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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00189

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TBMPORA MUTANTUU BT NO8 MUTAMUR IN ILLIB .. "
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42nd YEAR, No. 11 MIAMI' FLORIDA SATURDAY-
NOVEMBER 14, 1964 16 PAG 10 CENTS


Segregation Closes TB i t'r---.p. -....: --.- -"-, arget:


I ,. Jobs

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Hospital Dining Rooms r For

A ____ __ __ Negroes:
PATIENTS GET main closed, the medical director kept open Brock said, ttut
said. They may be con- I they refused to walk to it while 25th I
ROOM SERVICEDining verted to needed ward space. meals were being carried to ,. Meet in
the white patients.
Brock said the trouble TallahasseeRobert 1
rooms at the South- started Friday when four Ne- Manni was called and he
east Florida Tuberculosis Hos- gro patients entered the cafe- asked that both dining rooms Saunders NAACP
pital at Lantana were closed on teria line of white patients, be closed. .'"- I field director for Florida, said
Wednesday because of an attempt and ate in the Isolated corner The state law requires seg- I. In Tallahassee! Monday, that
to Integrate the white of the white patients' dining regated facilities In all state .. bloc voting has boosted Fla's
patients dining room. room.. institutions, Brock said, but Nenrroes into a position of political -
overcrowding was the "main importance which may
Dr. Benjamin L. Drock, med- Monday noon and night the reason" for closing the dining lead them to better jobs
ical director of the state Insti- four Negroes returned with rooms. '
1 Saunders in the
was state
tution said since Tuesday even- eight other male patients and The Rev Theodore Gibson capital to make final
ing all 400 patients have been Tuesday morning they did the of the Miami NAACP is looking ments for the 25th annual arrange-state

their served wards.L. on. trays brought to same thing for breakfast. Into the matter.Three ":.... .. convention now in session at

About 20 white patients then Mr and Mrs. Mack Johnson the Philadelphia Baptist
C. Manni, director of the complained and asked to be announce the marriage of their Church. He said that some
State Tuberculosis Board in served in their wards. Their to Get daughter, Barbara Jean, to )people think the way to eeco-
Tallahassee, ordered the dining request was grand; at lunch Shelly Wilson. nomic and social salvation for
rooms closed after Brock told time and their dining room was The wedding is planned for Negroes lies through the bal-
him of the attempt to integrate.The closed. Nov. 22 at the Miami lot box.
.Temple
BrotherhoodCitations "The vote Is factor
I a powerful
Church of God in Christ.
dining rooms will re- The Negro dining room was I which can persuade poli
The bride and groom will reside tlcl:1l1sSaunders said.
in Miami.
The NAACP convention If I
concerned about state Jobs for
ciflntrf A, Negroes nnd about the impactof
+ariar. wr l President Johnson and locally the civil rights law, but will1
Miami
Vice Mayor Sidney by Miami Mayor Robert King
emphasize the necessity: of in-'
.t 1 1 Dado Aronovltz will be one of three High. Annually coinciding' with RDlring local leaders to g e t
I County citizens the
honored anniversary of President I Negro school
high
dropouts
'for roles in fostering, / brotherhood l KOI)) focuses( attention on ef- into the new! federal "anti-pov-
at the annual Equal Op I.fnc'dn'H Gettysburg Address 1 erty" where the
program
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port unIty Day dinner, Nov. 21 forts to insure fair and equaltreatment { can. learn a trade.
'U $ 1 / L 4i at the Everglades Hotel of all citizens. I "We are directly Interested

Aronovltz will Ua cited for Guest speaker at the rOD 'In getting state jolt for No-
: Ms efforts In organization and dinner. will bo Louis L,. Mitchell Rroes, Saunders said We don't
establishment of the Dade I former director of the Florida want token jobs so that public
County Community Relations Council on Human Relations officials can say we have t
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Board. and now southern field repre- some Negro employes and let
K M I sen.utlve:. for the U. S. Commission Jt go at that."
: ri&1 1. Others to receive awards are on Civil Rilghts. Saunders said that Negroes'/'
4 1 :Mrs Ruth Greenfield, director nre entitled to the same treatment -
ft, of Miami's Fine Arts Conservatory Chairman of the EOD dinnerIs afforded whites no
'4 t te in the area of equal :Mrs Louis Glasher. Members better, no worse
opportunity in cultural actlvlMes. of the KOD: committee He stated, that except tho
I and Leonard Barr of ore Dr. i I. 1 1'. Davis Mrs. Ed- Florida Department of Educa-
; Jack son's-Byrons department t die Daniels, Mrs. Blanche Cal- tion, almost all other state
& stores, in the field of equal employment loway. firs Allen Rutchlk agencies employ Negroes: onlyas
opportunity. Mrs. Maude 1C, Reid, Mrs Eugenia menials Changing this will
MIAMIAN HONORED BY FAMU Mitchell. :Max Karl, William he l one of the goals of NAACPfor
Equal Opportunity ) Smith Clarence Patterson
Day, the next year, said Saunders
James C. Evans, civilian assistant Jacksonville, admires the sponsored by the Greater Miami and Karl Bishopric .
to the U. S. Assistant plaque are Brig Gen. Raymond Urban League an Dinner> tickets are available, Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive -
Watkins Chicago, member igcncy of the United Fund at the Greater Miami Urban director will be one of
Secretary of Defense, recently of the Florida" A and M is proclaimed nationally by League, FR 1-0170. the speakers.
honoreed at Florida A and M University College of Law

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University, plague faculty; Dr. George W. Gore Jr. '- -,---- -- r-
presented to him to Miss Mar- president of the university; nnd14t. 'f"t I ,
garet Nixon, recently elected Col. Samuel Sampson! PMS
"Miss ROTC." Looking on as head of the FAMU Reserve Y'M
Miss Nixon, a senior from Officers Training Corps unit. +


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2 VJie public I Is Invited to attend -
the annual Onen Home of '.
MhrrjJ-Dodo Junior Cohere :
mso NW 27th Ave.. Sunday, r V ,
Nov. 15. ,2-30: to t K p.m.

A t>ro';rnm will r P held in
'f"p! John *. Krnnedv Health
Cento nf.TO' ::L p,m.. Onen House : .ef.:4 t'I

kp J. to followythe program, ; "' ,

All rtfvlslons' will he open to I
welcomekvou and nrovid In for-
matlknalxrut the orchestra,
!Jncf."TVmna: tffI. athletic r
a teams dance grouns. drama'
art l Itbomfnrv demonstrations' !
and d plays of student work,

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I recd many honor and dllnctr *- j
{Miamian Passes $ | "m JnclnrUn Who's, who
Colleges anrl Universities
In American -

Florida Bar ExamsDavid i iEnterlntr\ 1+
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I Duke University in
Jr native
Robinson I Durham North, Carolina as one .
Miamlan and "graduate of Booker I .
first Netrroes to matriculate
the
High School of : .IW.; 4.II't'N'; '.. ..'
T. Washington there he graduated from "" -t- -- :

has Bar been Association notified by that the he Florida hu its Law school 1 In June of this' Miami was host last weekend to the One of the highlights( of their meeting

successfully passed the Florida uatlon.year. Immerflntelv Robinson was upon apnolnted jrrad- Florida State Secretarial Association during was a guided tour of the beautifulnew

Bar as! an attorney In th, Federal their annual meeting Bacardi Imports building on BIscayne

Robinson., son of Mrs. Janie T7pecrv*> System. Washington Office Boulevard by national sales representative
workers
from schools all
N. ,W. where he now resides'
1512
Robinson Mays of D.C. Gregg Hamm, shown on right. After I
58th Terrace, graduated; Matjna J with' his attractive wife Marcelle. over Florida attended business sessions, the tour the
Cum laude from Howard UnlvorKy I'- and their October 10 addition group was given a reception
in 1901 from which he to the famlJ> David Jr. sightseeing tours and receptions. in the company )lounge.-Johnson photq,


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THE MIAMI MIAMI. FLA.
vPHIL ESTABLISHED IN 1048

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1964 OSSOFER Gets $1,800,000 Ford
Foundation Grant Finest Quality Building

SAYS: Washington, D. C. Howard

Urban Skills University President James M. PL 1-3604
League "'" -- announcedthe
Nabrlt, Jr this week
I I understand that the mur- receipt of a $1,800,000 grant
derers of the three civil rights from the Ford Foundation t o axde
Bank Places SeventyThe workers In Mississippi are not assist in the growth and deve- ram
only known, but that they are lopment of the University's
going to receive $10,000 for Information School of Law The grant will
Skills Bank of the could find employmeent onlyas which will lie pub- be used during the next five J
Greater Miami Urban League a stock clerk in a local wore- lished In a book. This, Indeed, years to strengthen the law :
has been successful In placing house. Today, however, throughthe Is a strange state of affairs, but school's instructional programand i
70 Negroes In the Miami community efforts of the Skills Bank, then we must realize that Mis- to provide additional schol-
since Its Inception in he Is working as a teller In a sissippi Is a strange state. arships for the law students, Dr.
.April. The objective of the Dade Bank This great country of ours Nabrit said. YOUR LOT OR OURS
:Skills Bank .program is to locate Delores Brown has been employed owes Its greatness to the fact
skilled Negroes who areunemployed by the R.C.A. Service that It has given more freedomto Under the terms of the grant, We plan, guide and advise
or underemployedand I Company as a telephone service more people than other $900,000 has been designated for
; place them in rewarding clerk, a position Negroes had countries have. Yet, It has not student aid and the remainderfor Custom Built Hornet
Jobs (comparable to their 1 not worked In before at the nearly fulfilled its destiny of Implementing various aspects .
Additions
:training and, or experience), company. true greatness because of Its of the institutional development Attractive
Many employers have open- Inability to date to give all Its plans of the School of Quality Alteration
fed up their employment force citizens the freedom some have Law. In addition to the Founda-
'ito quollfied Negroes and the t: received. tion's gift, the University will Good bank financing
,
Skills Bank has accepted the r The audacity of certain statesto allocate funds of Its own for the
task of supplying the various flaunt our constitution, whichIs development of the law school,
buslnsses and industries with t f based on moral law, reflects President Nabrlt stated. V' ((3mmV
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qualified Negro applicants.MURRAY the weakening of our moral
... rA 4 "This grant will enable Ho-
.. t'" fII, -Off fiber Continuance of such a ID@
'N 0' f ward to add several outstanding
will weaken the whole
course
'r. !r. A:,,,:{, country In the manner that legal scholars to Its faculty and

I one rotten apple can spoil a to Improve its law library," Dr. Licensed Insured
whole barrel of apples. Nabrit said. "The qualty of law

,,- w" \ ".'i America Is In great danger. school training will be greatly 888 NE 79th Street
.A1 Should It continue to allow strengthened," he added.
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0; DROWN HILL "states' rights" to Include the -
4' IJ;
> > .'t- "J \i i'j John Hill, recently discharged encouragement of killing free-I
J
t J'4. 1 from the U. S. Army, is a dom-seeking citizens, It i !
J{1t"} ,] projectionist for the United surely ,suffer severely. Blood Dr. Jay Gutierrez
4'j 0); Fund. has been let, and will continueto
:.LLJ" These are but a few of the flow until we purge:; our- /
EDWARDS many Negroes placed In respon- selves of bigotry and hate. ,;
sible Job capacities by the If America Is to fulfill i t s '
Willie B. Edwards, Booker T
-'JL:5IIt1
I'1-{
Washington graduate and former Greater Miami Urban League'sSkills destiny of leading the worldto -I- :
Bank universal
permanent peace,
worker in a restaurant as a
:salad boy and dishwasher, was "We are not an employment it must purge Itself; of the InJustices -
''placed by the Skills Bank with agency, but we call selective which still fester In
:the Western Electric Company.At placement," explained T. Wil- Mississippi, where murderingone's
the Company Edwards is lard Fair. Executive Director fellowman is not only an THERESA FLORIST"Since
:an installer and the first of his o f the Greater Miami Urban 'acceptable deed but a paying
race to be employed by the League 1 proposition as well.
Company in South Florida. He "The program," he continued -I 1049"
is attending school at nightson "has a double advantage Peace Corps Test
the Company's "tuition plan"to It shows employers there are NOW MILES AWAY FROM HIGH
study engineering skilled Negro peoeple avollable Here Nov. 21 PRICES
and the successful hiring
Grace Murphy, a college the way for others qualified opens Are you willing to share vour (' .SH i laUzing In artistic arrangements
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garduate with a degree In busi- workers; and it also encouragesthe skills with the people of Africa, for all occasions
ness education, was placed with Negro to prepare himselffor Asia and Latin AmericaTeach-
the Dun and Broadstreet esta- Job he thought were unavailable ers and Liberal Arts graduatescan LOWEST PRICES COMPARE OUR VALUE
b\\shment as the first Negro to him." qualify to fill many posi 5260 NW 32nd Avenue
employee since the company's "The question now," he explained tions. If you have training or Phone 6341087PATRICK
inception in 1811, She formerly I is "arf you qualified?" experience as a civil engineer,
worked as a substitute The Urban League will initiate construction worker nurse doctor -
school teacher and secretary toa its 2nd Skills Bank Talent sociologist, coach or as a
local real estate broker. Search on Saturday, November recreation worker your skills
Richard Rolle, a part-time 7. This will he another attempt are needed. Americans with farmor
carpenter with his brother, to locate skilled Individuals for physical education experienceare
was landed a Job with the business! government indus- a I Iso urgently needed
American Tobacco Company as try, labor, and educational There Peace are almost: ten thousand I J
the first Negro sales represen- manpower: needs. If you pos- Corps Volunteers with
some 300 various
tative in the South Florida re- sess: a particular skill or trade skills presently -
and In at work In the 46 countries -
are need of employment .
gion.A register with the Skills Bank
Negro male who had no on November 7. For the public's Married couples are elleiblp If
difficulty finding appropriate convenience, Interviewing stations both can serve and have no dependent -
,employment in the Bahamas have been established in- children. A college decree -
'where he worked In the treasury the Opa-locka. Liberty City, Is not necessary in all pro-

department and as a Irownsvllle, Central Negro DIs- jets.You
school teacher became victim trict will receive training
: a Coconut Grove, and Per-
of discrimination and rine areas.Women's. and experience as you help the I'
I neoples of emerging nations

fight poverty, disease,'i Ignoranceand r
hunger, and your skill may
Young Democrats ClubCelebrates make the difference. Join the I } rR

Night ,of Games 16thAnniversary serving and sharing Volunteers their now skills $ Rk'aws ',

:Nov. 20 in villages and cities classroomsand -
-:4-:
hospitals and on farms all : --
The Dade County Young Democratic The Women's Cooperative over the world.
Association will hold Club celebrated its 16th Anniversary -
its Annual "Night of Games" Sunday, Oct. 18, in the On-Campus Plan now to taKe the Special .

Nov. 20, 8 p.m. at Htatcheson's( Double Deck Lounge. the Peace Corps administration Placement of SHAW"I
5178 N. 17th Ave. Test.
Wv
Realty A large crowd of more than The test will bt given at Llndsev -
Handsome will be
prizes am a graduate of Northwestern School
Hopkins Education High
three hundred attended the Center,
awarded In bridge, whist
po-
keno, ,and other games. Refreshments gala affair. Everyone was highly 1410 NE 2nd Ave. Saturday Nov. and am now
,,21 at 9 Call preparing for a business the
a.m. Mr. at
will be made avai- entertained by .1 1 m m i e Reilly at career
Reeves and his all star floor FR 7-4171.: ext. 253 for further Miami
lable. This will really be a Business College. I
am
festive political pow-wow. show, plus Frank Williams and I studying bookkeeping

Please come early and win his rocketeers.The I everyone who patronized us BO that I may enter Civil Service or get a job in com-
the 0 o'clock door prize. members of the club, They were all wonderful.
We would also like to thank merce or industry. If '
Kenneth Williams is president under the management of our the entire you would' like to prepare for a
of the
management
and Dr. E. A" Ward is new president, Mrs. Elizabeth
Double Deck Club for making good paying job with pleasant working conditions
chairman of the board. ,
Johnson, would Ike to thank everything; so pleasant for us.

a,;: ft._ ,. -............. call or write for details .
Young Demos to



County Meet members Young WednesdayAll Democratic of the Dade As- JET TV CLINICHOME Miami Business College


sociation will meet Wednesday,

Nov.Loan 18 at Community Roosevelt Room Savingsand at SERVICE'CALLS $1.00 111 So. Miami AvenuePhone

8 o'clock, Plans for the Nightof Day or Night
Games will be finalized. 377-0294
w. Service All Make. .! :-

PreThanksgivingTea HI-FI'i and STEREOS f Please send full information about your courses


Nov. 15 ( w. Also Rent NAME ....................._.........._.... _..__......__.__.'_
You and yours are Invited to


a Pre-Thanksgiving by PBL No. 13 Tea of the sponsored TV's by the week or month ADDRESS: ...N?..........-......-............../..._..............._._.../NN N.
PB of America Inc.
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Sunday ers 'Temple Nov.6525 15 at NW the pahbear-7th Ave. 907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone CITY .....................................-........... TELEPHONE __....__._

4-6 p.m. The guest speaker will
be Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor FR 4-2044 I om Interest' in ( ) Day ( ) Night Clast+es
of Ebenezer Methodist Church.

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Alpha To Meet At THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Doubling Of Negro Vote I 11
Roosevelt"Calling SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14, 1964 PAGE: 3 (

all Alphas" can well
Sign Of ResponsibilityEarly be the order of the day on Sat-
urday, Nov. 14 at 9:00: p.m. An
Important meeting will con- Omega AchievementWeek
reports from cities i erty and despair, which have vene In the reception room of
across the nation where mas- plagued so many for so long." the Roosevelt Savings and Loan
sive campaigns were mountedto Assn. The main Item, among
,
increase the Negro vote Indicate The National Urban League others, will be the collection of Program! SundaySigma

that their recent election conducted non-partisan voter local and national dues in orderto ----u t,
brought out more than a 100 education campaigns In 15 meet the deadline which Is Alpha Chapter of with a wealth of information
"target cities" and was successful '
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percent more Negroes than In very near. Those falling to respond Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. and experiences to share.
have ever voted before, said Increasing Negro regis- will be required to pay presents its Annual NattonafAchievement !
Whitney M. Young Jr., execu- tration in some of these by as i the usual late fee or penalty. Week observance The theme for this program
tive director of the National much as 300 percent. Called the program at Mt. Sinia Baptist is, "Civil nights, 1061! The'

Urban League. "March to the Ballot Box," the Joseph According he Is anxious to President to have Church, Sunday November 15, Beacon o t Oidciod: 1 Liberty"Everyone '
is invited to attend
project was sponsored by the at 4:00: p.m.
"For Negro citizens, this elec- every brother financial so that and a special invitation
tion is a milestone," he said Ina national Baltimore organization Cleveland in Atlanta Columibuj he may participate In the coming The speaker for this occasionis out to tthe youth of our community goes-
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statement released this election of officers Nov.
morning on
Dr, Paul I. Clifford .
Registrar
Chicago, Detroit, Los ,
"Their turnout in unpre- 21, He expressed his desire to
cedented numbers to registerand Angeles, Miami, Newark, New have nil currently nonfinancial of Atlanta University, Atlanta As a special! feature of the
to vote Is evidence of Orleans, New York, Philadel- members present along with i Georgia Dr. Clifford is an out- program, the Citizen of The
their desire to share in the responsibilities phia, Pittsburgh St. Louis and those that were financial In '01. standing educator, having made Year Award will be presented

as well as the ban San Francisco.affiliates In addition Ur- "Every Alpha Active," has been numerous contributions to the to a citizen whom the nrOtu &'S
privileges of citizenship. It reflects League supported the keystone: of the President's I
similar field of education. He has been of Omega think has done outstanding -
register and vote
campaigns
a ''growing awareness of entire administration! and he
what the vote can achieve In In 53 other cities, h e has no deeslre to change thatat cited for his work by such organizational work In the community -

bringing about relief from pov- said. this time. The Alpha men' committees who The Omega: : Man of The \
are in complete agreement that: elect Who's Who I i n Americaand Year Award! will also be pre-

Alpha has moved along greatly etc., Dr. Clifford Is a dyna- sented to the brother most deserving -
in the last few Much of
I Civil Service Jobs this credit goes years.to President mic speaker coming to Miami of receiving It,

1 Paul Joseph who Is currently --
Open doing a fine Job. I
The Board of U S. Civil

Service Examiners, Federal Sorority Observes Lincoln Fields Apartments
Housing! Administration, Coral
Gables, Florida has announced Founders' WeekThe

that they are accepting applications Gamma Delta Sigma 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
for Appraiser I Constru- of Sigma
Gamma
Chapter Rho
tion __ _...
Analyst, Construction Rs- -.1 .
Sorority, Inc., began Its annual
tlon Analyst, Construction Representative observance of rounders' weekon
I I and Loan SpeciaI Saturday Nov. 7, The Roosevelt Enjoy Living In Our Cool, Clean Apartments
I ; (Realty) portions( in the
Savings and Loan Commu- Offering Many Features
:Federal Administration
Offices
nity room was the setting for
located in Florida) Coral I candlelight: ceremonies!'! In which FREE GAS FREE CITY WATER
Gables, Jacksonville and Tampa. eight lovely members of theGammettes I
Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas .Stove
Cluh
All applicants must have had were installed.
at least five years experiencein The week's activities In which Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
the field for which elude a radio Broadcast nnd
particular
)
Washing Machine Laundry Room
they are making application) evening vR1X'r At the Ranee
Including I two year of socialized Funeral Home 5727 N W. 17th Free Parking Auto hot water reater I
.\"P., Sunday, Nov. 15, 0 p.m.
experience. Graduate
or
Fere Garbage Disposal ,
) The speaker\ for the occasion ,
completed} undergraduate! studIes
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will he Father Sweeting. t
in an accredited he college ot All Greekdom is expected to CARETAKERS ON PREMISES \
unvcrsity submitted
DCT Amateur Nite for a portion may of the required share in the celebration
..Roror Vernekn Silva -._._ .r-.N
experience. The salaries of these
To Feature WAME'S positions from chairman
range $0,050 to
$7,220. Soror Sarah Cherry, FTpln. W..kly Rate.
Nickie Leer Soror Eunice Liberty,
Detailed Information a t ho u t baslleua $14.50 1-bedroom $18.50 2-bedroom Apt. ''I i : I
b North Dade High's DCT Clubis the requirements may J>e found //1 i it
extending a cordial welcometo In Announcement No. AT-ftt-J JOBS Renting' Office open every day Phone OX 1-8802 !
the public to witness the (61)). All Interested persons are
treat of the season. The DCT urged to obtain nnd read this Male and Female

Amateur NIte and Shower of announcement prior to filing Finest domestic and '
commercial -
Stars which will be presentedIn application.
the auditorium of the schoolon I jobs in the Miami

Friday, Nov. 20 at 8:15: p.m. The announcement may be area. .
obtained from any of the above
The Club has been very suc- ALSO -
cessful In getting the servicesof FHA Offices, or at the closest ,Excellent domestic openings

one of south Florida's most Post Office maintaining a Civil now in New York and
outstanding disc jockeys t o Service Information Office Connecticut
emcee the program. H e I s
"Nlckip Lee" WAME's best and 9000000C30000OOOCNon8urglral Transportation (advanced ii ,,9ir
the man with the solid kick.! Office Treatment Burlang Associates
Among the talent that will
M be ready to go for the prizes to RUPTURE PILES EMPLOYMENT! AGENCY
he offered, are the following: 502 NW 54th Street
Rectal DUmnrM' Varicose Veins, iSCHM
The Clarlnettes, Modern Dancers -
Phone 757-7674 > 4 44
Prostate No lost' time
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Charmels and
Duprals a
host of others. A large numberof OlArnrd Truss Upon Correction
single talent has been sched- Rupture Imv coat. L..1b

uled, also.Among DR. LONG'S CLINIC The 'Times' Goes to

the guests and stars IMS SW 1st Ht. FR 32748X300OOOOOOOOOOOC

will come talent from everywhere I College 9 mos. $3.50 '

Janet King, an all-time b' 6i
.. 4,1x'
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favorite and Larralne Smith, a
former prize winner will be In F
this group. JOHNNY WARE:

Invites all of his friends to come in and drive the all i

1 Lily White Harvest new spectacular 1965 Rambler. He promises large

Tea November 22 savings on any new or used car.

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You are cordially invited to r r s
I
attend the Lily White Lodge r Special Sale! '
No. ISO Harvest Tea on the /' o-. _
beautlrul lawn of the Range ;J. .,
64 Ramblers ,. g
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Funcnl: l Home 5727 N. W. 17th
Ave. i undav Nov. 22, from 4-fl '
p.m.frs.; A. M. Range will be \ $ $ Save Hundreds $ $ -
the guest speaker. Please come 4.
4Mr4
and enjoy a well planned pro- All model, all colon ,
L
gram. .
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Mrs. Eunice Dykes Pres Save $200 or more on all %

Nov. 14, 21.
used cars i

Gardenia ClubThe I,
y COMPARE! COMPARE! ''I I
Gardenia Club met at Vii
I t In Fine Whiskey.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lena I
rd Terrell. After the devot- AGENCY /
MIAMI'S OLDEST RAMBLER _
ion the meeting was turned FLEISCHMANN'SIs
over to Pres., Mrs. Edna Sm.lth.
Old and new business! was dis- VENETIAN RAMBLER
cussed by the members. A BIG
beautiful poem was! read b y the buy I .

Mrs. Smith. After the meetingwas 545 N.E. 15th STREET
over the club went Into I
their social 'Ih au r. Mrs. Terrell MIA MI END OP VENETIAN CAUSEWAY
served a very tasty birthday 7/' 7 de Vfil/ .
dinner for Mrs. Evelyn McAl 18 years atLocation.this BUY WITH FR 7-8831 ,

lister. Quite a few guests were CONFIDENCELOWEST ie/lyouwhy. NTflfriuC ... .
out to help celebrate this affair 1& I

everyone had a very enjoyable PR/CES FINEST SERVICE .
UNDID WHISKEY 16 PROOF 51% BRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS is
evening. INDF aHa FLBI8CMMANNOI8TIUtlNQ' COKPOIIATION.NeW CITY> tj ,

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November 19, is the 121st anniversary of
President Lincoln's famous Gettysburg Address, in whichhe HUBBARD WENT

declared "All men are created equal."
1A. To The CUPBOARDand
The date will be marked by the Urban League
throughout the United States. In fact Equal OpportunityDay I found it bare. But why
is an annual observance. Nagging backache could have
been the cause, It 1 Is hard to
B. BIGISMTTNI REEVES, :Editor mud Publisher
Locally, the Urban League will hold. its annual work when pain of backache is
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor severe and constant. When kid-
Equal Opportunity Day observance on Saturday, Nov. 21 neys aren't functioning properly -
M..her of the National Newspapers Publisher AscocUtkw with a dinner meeting at the Evergades Hotel on Bis- poisons accumulate in the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES cayne Boulevard. Speaker for the occasion will be LouisL. system. Flush out these poisons

OJB YEAR $S.OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $.... Mitchell Jr., Southern field representative for the with famous "7-20" formulaand
.. feel "like million"
a again.
United States Commission Civil
Datere4 M Second Claw Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Offle"a on Rights. "7-20" is a mild, effective diU-
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 retic to the kidneys and bladder
AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEKThis It is compounded like a doc-

DowM.w'n Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone PR SM is American Education Week and it is observed tors prescription to give fast
Main Office at 740 N.W. 15th A1'enD&-Pbone OX 104MOF nationally.Our relief Get a bottle of amazing
"7-20" today and start back on
"CREDO TTTH NEGRO PRESS" schools featured appropriate and the road to good health Always
The NEGRO PRESS believe that America can beet lead fits programs sold on a money-back guarantee. -
parents and friends attended.. A product of McPhail Laboratories !
world from racial and national Antagonism when It accord to -
every man regardless or race' creed or color hilt Haitian and In Dade the largest county in the state we are for- In liquid or tablets.
legal rights. Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press
tunate in
having HARLEM DRUGS
strlTM to kelp every man in the firm belief that all men ar* many fine high schools, Miami-Dade
wurt *s IOR. aa anyone is held back.ELECTION ._ Junior College, Barry College and the University of 1400 NW 3rd Ave.
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Miami.Our
J and J DRUGS
commodius
HUMORIn elementary schools are second to 1410 N. W. 62nd. Street
none.
the' election last week 25,000 persons took the -11-
May all of our students remember the words of
trouble to write-in votes for Mlayor\ Robert King High
Abraham Lincoln who said: "I will study and get ready TROPICAL PHARMACY':
3n to Governor-elect Haydon Burns. There
opposition and "
perhaps my chance will
come.
3200 Grand Aw
I
were many others who did not understand how to cast INDP
the write-in vote., Not so bad for an individual who let .

it be known that he was not a candidate for the officeof "TallahasseeHereWe NAACP To Have
governor of the state.' 8:30: pm. at 809 N W. 3rd Ave.
Come"Open MeetingA All members are asked to be
There was comedy in the voting booth. Why' even Mike with Hendrik J. present and cast their ballot for
Fidel Castro received a few- votes. One wonders what the Berns, will discuss "Tallahassee meeting of the Greater persons nominated to fill offices -
Miami Branch NAACP. along for the next two
Here we Come" years.
about such recognition! Sunday
bearded gentleman thought with the Nominating Committee Fr. Theodore Gibson
evening from 7 to 9. Special
Others receiving scattering' votes were former guests will be: Robert Haver- will be held on Thursday President, Miami Branch
evening November 10, 1961 at NAACP
field and
Reps. Robert Shevin
,
Metro manager Irving McNayr, the Rev. Martin Luther Richard Pettigrew and Ken
King, Billy Graham, Perry Mason, Gus Hall of the Communist Myers.
Partv: John Birch and Pecrcrv/ Gold ter Slot As usual, the program will FESTIVAL OF STARS, Inc.
School Board votes in District 5. Edward Ball of FEC come live from the Hampton
INVITES YOU TO TIIKIRTHANKSGIVING
Railway received six votes for the Florida Railroad and House.

Public Utilities Commission. EVERY NITE! DANCE

There were also a few for Joe Louis and Cassius Tli.3 Ifrimnioitd Organ is back-' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 10 until?
Clay. So we can see how some of our voters trifle with Every nlte at the Satellite
what should be serious business selecting officials to Lounge. FREDDIE GRANT entertains At The FABULOUS GOLD RAIL CLUB
on the Hammond Organ.
serve as sheriff, members of the school board and others Never an admission. 1177 X\\ 17th A\' '. FT. LAUDKRDALE, FLORIDA
Perhaps these folk were' confident that President SATELLITE LOUNGE

Johnson didn't really need,their support. If so, they were 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue Donation: l\niuv !RI::S; Door $toM Door Prizes: ,M
correct. However, trifling with one's franchise is child- NSMI ,,",
ish. "Out of This World" .

The Grand Jury will take a look into many reportsof .z'IJiY.lnnI'JrJPI"lYf.JT.rJfjY.JDDrJT".J.z-L4"'I.tI-4..II: : : .u.d.JI-4..4.( t..x"'I.4".I'.JOY J.I..z-.Lir.JrJrJ..z-.4.IrJT n if.fTQrlbli..R' "' \

intimidation <,
precincts during last week's election. \''X, '."': '"" .
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For many reasons some caused iby faulty machines, t "j"> \
hundreds of voters were unable to cast their votes.

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November 23 sworn in ceremonies will be held. ,
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for 300 lawyers who passed the August examinations. .
These ceremonies will take place in Miami, Lakeland t -' ?

and Tallahassee. .
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by Hurricane CleQ, have been ,busy this week in part of >-.:::; ..::::;: 0. 0
Liberty City area. Housewives are especially thankful.
The streets ,are beginning to look natural again. ht

M t GOT NEW-CAR
SOME BRUTALITYThe | THE FEVER?

Grand Jury found that there was some brutal-

ity being committed by a "small minority" of police of- > We've the !
ficers and recommended a civilian review board to ex- got cure
amine future charges of such abuses. |
A low-cost loan from
easy-payment car
Dadc, Public Defender Robert Koeppel estimated
50 per cent of defendants arrested claim mistreatment.The h Lincoln National

major departments are aware of the police

brutality problem and maintain procedures to discourage r------------ 1. Shop around for the car you want.
such acts the jury said.
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Bring the
t us make, model and price
Among recommendations made are psychological k S a 4 2. We will
:s okay loan
testing of police applicants to weed out those unfit for your quickly
the work, and training that would stress proper human "> and with no red tape. Our loan

i relations. j E .a policy is very liberal we want ..
The jury said instances include traffic offenders to make loans.

who are "slow in responding to questions," as well as
"' suspected felons with long criminal records. 3. Interest can be as low as 4y2% ona

new car, and! payments for as

TOURING THE SOUTHThe "I'm J. 1). Mask, head long as 36 months the lowest

name, Samuel Adams, should be familiar to teller. Just come In and payments, possible We also make

thousands of readers over the country. He is a staff a iusk for nw, and I'll be loans on used cars up to 5 years
writer for the St. Petersburg Times. Mr. Adams and his glad to help you." old.

wife, Elenora, have been touring the South, seeking first
' hand knowledge, on just how well the Civil Rights Act r1 LINCOLN
f is being implemented. He tells his story under the cap- NATIONAL BANKOF
The South."
tion, "A Negro Tours
MIAMI
His experiences are quite interesting and should be first fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast-
others travelling through these states. In some
useful to I right here in the Edison
of them' there have been changes for the better. Others financial Center
6013 N.W.
7th Avenue
maintain the status quo. Phone 759-4431

c The Miami Herald is publishing the series ((12)) Banking *."* 9,30 om.2 pm M'Oft..T".*..Wtd. Closed TWt.ln' order to

' which began Sunday Nov. 8. The Adams visited twelve aia1r'D1Y1::: b. OpM ,,9i30 am.2 pm and 5 pm.8 p.,. olso Sol 9 am.noon
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CTA ScholarshipBall THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER: 14, 1964 PAGE 5

At Americana


91 .r HotelThe WANTED! Men", ..Women 18-50

Dade County Classroom LIFE TIME SECURITY HIGH PAY;

Teachers'Annual Scholarship Association's Ball will Sixth be Free placement, full or part time, steady

held Saturday, Nov. 21 from {0
Mr*. FRAZIER BRADLEY CYNTHIA DAVIS has returned p.m. to 1:30: a.m. In the Grand
expects a record number of to her home in Nassau Ballroom of the Americana Jobs OpenFor
Episcopal churchwomen and after an extended vacation In Hotel.
their friends at the Church of our city. Purpose of the annual event,
the Incarnation's 8th annual is to raise funds for four new
DR. ROBERT B. HAYLING
States Tea on Sunday, Nov. ]5, (Mrs Havllng is the former continuing scholarships each all l types of retail stores
4 o'clock at 1835 NTW 54th St.
for children of Dade Coun-
Athea honored last year
Wake) was
Cashiers Stockmen
Plan to attend, you'll enjoy the Saturday night
affair. Council of Human Rights at qualify as high school seniors Packers, Sales Clerks, Supervisors
CONGRATULATIONS to Ted the Reef Restaurant in Fort whose teacher-parents have
Nichols, the first Negro ever Lauclerdale. Attending the affair I been Uona fide CTA membersfor
elected to a Brevard County were 50 valiant young three consecutive years immediately Cashering Courses from $15
municipality governing hoard guests from St. Augustine and preceding: the awardIng -
when he beat out three opponents among those from Miami were of scholarships Winners Remember There Is No SubstituteOn
for a seat on the city commission Mr. and Mrs. Leo Albert Dr. I. are chosen on the basis of financial I
P. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Luther need( grades! and excellence ,
Bibb, Mr. and Mrs. James of character At present the Job Government Approved Training qualifies
CIRLS SCOUT Troop 581' under Chaml rs, Mr. and Mrs. D. A, CTA maintains a total of you in 10 clays ready for work. Available at Miami's
the leadership of Marie Julius and Mr. and Mrs. William 16 continuing annual scholar only government approved .
Brown, presented their pro- Stirrup. Senator Cain ships. t
gram, "Scouts Own" on Sunday made the presentation of the The gala affair will feature
evening at the Church of The Mary Mcleod Bethune Memorial continuous music of Mal Mal-! inst.
Open Door. award. kln'a Orchestra and the South- Market Training
land All-Stars Quintet square
SIGMA GAMMA KHO s rorlty Invites you to help the visiting her brother and! fami- wakowskl, and valuable door
''group celebrate Its FoundersDay ly, the Eddie Peters of Glth St. prizes. I

at Range on Sunday Funeral, Nov.:ne 15,Eunice 6 p.m. HAPPY BIRTHDAY) DyrllF. All and Dade their County families CTA and members I NW 7th Ave. at 78th St.

Liberty is baslleus. Reaves Nov II; John :Me-
15 Miller frdcnds are welcome to attend.
Fagdon, ; Reginald ---
CHERRY OUT-WELL wishesto Louise J. Lewis, Anna Marie Tickets are $1.50 per person.
Jackie Crosby, 111 at her Grant, Henry E. S. Reeves. 16; Cashering Cqurses, from $15
home. Maxine Ingram, Bernard Pen- Daughter Elks Plan
nington, Verne Tinker, Gloria DAY & NIGHT CLASSES-EZ TIME PAYMENTS
CONGRAULATIOXS Adral
to Coleman, 18; Rosemarie Anderson -
Harrison, daughter of Sam and Lawrence D. Kennedy, Sip and ShowThe Apply immediately in person or phone
Alice and grand daughter of Dorothy Bowman 19; and on
Blanch Dean, for her award- the 20th, George Tinker, I, G. Daughter Elks of Greater PLaza 7-8448
winning paper on Why Lyndon Pratt Wilder, Vcrnay P. Jones Miami Temple No 709 invite -
B. Johnson should he our Pres- you to their CocaColaSip Don't bo fooled. Yon win Ret better -
ident Adria, a sixth grade stu- MISS FREDDIE REID, OK and Fall Fashion Show WA R N 1 I N G John" only with government
dent at Rainbow Park Elemen- Chicago' Illinois was house- Sunday, Nov. 29, 5 p.m. 'til 9 .I approved! training nt Miami's only
tary, was also choosen to represent guest the past week of Coral p.m. In the Mary Elizabeth
her school on Sunday at I Jeaklns. Miss Reid left Tues- Hotel. Donation $1.00. Dt. A. MTI. For over 12 jeaiw, n trusted/ guide! to thousand now
the Festival of Music officially day to continue her duties as Shavers is chairman and Dt. M. working In hitfjinajtlng John."" Turin now Pay later
opening American Education Airline stewardess for American E. Muldrow, Dt. Ruler
Week.. Air Lines N28
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CAROLYN KNOX DUNNELL BENJAMIN CO WINS, A 03'
spent last weekend In the FAMU grad and the eldest son
windy city of Chicago, visiting of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
with her hubby, Rayward. Cowlns of Opa Locka Is slated
for Armed Force induction Nov.
THIS IS THE evening that 12th. Ben will join three other Q'' .
Charmettes, Inc. are dancing brothers in the Armed Force i Or
with their guests at "Blrdland." Brother Bob; a Marine Is stat- ,
Is in the Phllllplnes; 'brother @>
AT JACKSON HOSPITAL loned in Spain; Nat, an airman, & Floridians'
are Edna Mllledge and Frenchte 'Bill1 is in the army and,! en- '' F Millions of
, Gulons. At Mt Sinai gravely ill route to Europe. (Younger ,
. is Alton "Rags" Johnson. Get brother Barry is n North
well greetings.Pfc. Dadite) ei say. 0


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Ball Cj rQr17 \ ( )...,. .:

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Don't miss The OpaLockaCivic \
Club's ninth annual Pre- o
Thanksgiving; Benefit Ball LJ
Wednesday November ?!r. I'M- there's No Match for flamecussV {
it the Sir John Knight Beat / n .'!. { .;;i 'i.:.

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The latest in fashions and
ELECTRICWATER
hair styles will be featured.
k For your dancing pleasure .
Freddie Scott and his Cousins. HEATER

For Advance Tickets and
Table Reservations call 0851995Eugene o super-fast super-safe t

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FLUES-
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>.. Lots of hot water in a
hurry. and precious
peace of mind, too!
+ See the new models at your
Robert L. Brown, a ;tt T appliance dealer,plumbing "Y'",,}
graduate of Miami North- or electrical contractor. /

western Senior High School, \.
has been In the Armed Service .
for nine and a half months. < wrI

Stationed with Company "C", w
lot Battalllon, 10th Infantry, Iff
Port Carson, Colorado, Drown
is a member of the Red Dia- Noel cheaper than ever to
mond, known as the Red Dev-
c fio ALL-ELECTRIC
ils. He recently partclpatwl in ; I

the, largest exercise In history ,, than to use it in combination "'
the Desert Strike and } rr
came out on top. ;: with flame-typa fuels o o'vat ,
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He was sent to the Battalion '1 The recent $10 million rate .:
for higher competition and was reduction (fourth major I
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chosen Soldier of the Month. d ,
price cut in 10 years) makes ,

His company gave Brown a Sunshine Service Electricity ,
E. Kemp is now associated -
threes-day pass, and his( Bat a better buy than ever before. N I I .
talion will do the same, plus a with the Ford Realty,
hotel room with all expenses Inc., 3639 NW 15th Ave. Mr. M I
paid and a $25 certificate. Kemp is active in civic work, iPUNNM11NMMSUIIN
he Is a member of Eltenezer '1 *Tht uvrrugt prict paidptr mUUnttal kilowatt hour. I

Methodist Church, an Elk, Ma- I'
Omega Party son and Shrlner.
ji
If are interested in build I;
Members of Omega Psi Phi you
fraternity will sponsor a party ing a home Iftiying a home or FLORIDAPOWER & LIGHT COMPANY '

Saturday 14, 8:30: p.m. at 3044N. renting a home or apartment, HILfINQ BUILD FLORIDA -
W. 49th!> Street. All brothersand call Ford Realty, 635-4505 andask 11'. :. ,A I."

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Picnics Ib 25 Sliced Bacon. Ib 39

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PEANUTS Ibs
FRENCH FRIES 3 for 491 INSTANT 10 OZ. JARFolger's
Coffee DEL-Poly Bag
$1.29
DAIRY Apples 3 'lbs

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Manor House
V'4G; For your Convenience
ICE CREAM MayonnaiseOlFO 49tJ6 Our Services Include
BLUE BONNET WHIPPED Payroll Check
PILLSBURY Cashing:
Ib 25C Money Orders
Flour 5 lb 490 : Key MakingFLA.
GRADE 'A' LARGE bag Receiving! Payments
EGGS 2 doi 99* of Light Bills

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< ," United Fund "Operation
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, ::::" > fi f J Clean Sweep" SundayMrs. a.. please Pembroke be present.ltd. All 1 1 members


With Its Nov. 21 campaign the elections. Broward ,p .
deadline In sight, United Fund'I UGN has boon assigned a Fred Riley of 4500 S. W. 28th
announced an "Operation Clean $303,387 share of the 1064 cam- St., left for the Air Force We
Sweep" for Sunday, Nov. 15. paign's minimum goal of County are wishing him the best of
The event Is a followup of $3,250,000."If 1 luck.
United Fund Sunday, last Oct. News .
25, and will give residentialvoluntl'ers everyone gives his fair
Fut Riley of the above
share we'll more than reach
another crack at
addl the brother of Fred
our goal," Pallet said. ens ,
door-to-door solicitation.
ByWalter lef fur Nassau Sunday Nov. 8.
William L. Pallot, UGN (Unit- Your United Fund doorbell Howe .
AF ryk ed Good Neighbors) chairman, ringer will probtubly be your The l<:a..t Fla, Primitive IJaptN -
'{ r appealed to Dade residents to own neighbor, because most Association will convene at
get behind the 1961 campaign.He volunteers are assigned to their Greater St. Luke) Primitive
said "Operation Clean own neighborhoods.Of The South llroward Post Baptist Church, -1205 S. W. 18th
Sweep" was put into effect because No. 8105 will hold its regular St Pro-opening night Nov. 17-
many volunteers still Dade's one million popu- meeting Sunday, Nov. 15 at 22 with moderator Griffin presiding -
have assignments to complete. lation, nearly a quarter receivedaid Howe's Barber Shop, 4111 S. W. Friday, Nov. 20 will be
Pallot said November h Ccl directly or Indirectly from 17th St., W. Hollywood, at 5:30: Woman's I>ay. President Fisheris
brought a slow down In the United Fund agencies last year. p.m. All members: please b e asking all ladies to come
dressed )In white Don't fall to
residential drive because so Pallot said, "Dade growing present.
many people were involved in population results in greater attend Ellis King this great Is meeting. Rev.
pastor.
community needs and also the The VFW Post No. 8195 will
X pdi necessity for everyone to give sponsor a Pro-Thanksgiving
Sunshine CommunityClub his fair share. Ball at the Paradise Club in
Liberia, Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1 year guarantee
NewsThe ; 0 p.m. to 2 a.m. Come one, Picture Tube
Sunshine CommunityClub Civil Service Jobs come all and make this affaira
$16.95uplnfttnllM
success. Music by Roosevelt
started off with a bang at free
Odessa L. Skeene of the home of Mrs. Docla Howell OpenThe Parker and his Manlsh Boys.
Brooklyn, New York and Mrs where the members were very Civil Donation $1.25. Table free. 696.3581
Fannye Ayer Ponder of St enthusiastic telling about their announces that Service Commission 2636 NW 62nd Street
Petersburg, Florida are enjoyinga summer vacation.Our now being acepted applications for the po-are The Star Light Lodge No. Rowimc TV
week's vacation accommodations -
the 512 will meet Friday night,
next meeting was at Rlsition of Plant Operator
for two at the beautiful home Nov. 13,, at Masonic Temple on
House Motel. of Mrs. Odessla James (Steam). i ;:;
Hampton where plans were made to send I'
Mrs. Skeene Is the recipientof delegates to the one day state : These i positions are l located at'
the vacation prize awardedby meeting in Moore Haven. the Veterans Administration j I
the Hampton House duringthe At our meeting with Mrs. Me- Hospital, Coral Gables, and oth-
29th Annual Convention of lessa Council the members who er Federal agencies in the same APPAREL FOR SALE
the National Council o f Negro attended the state meeting gave locality. Starting salary will be
Women, Inc. at the Statler Hilton a very Interesting report of the $2.87 per hour.
Hotel in Washington, D. C. happenings at the meeting. The "champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grace's
Mrs. Skeene Is the organizerand state was given a plaque for receive All qualified applicants will where you'll find like-new exclusive dresses,

president of the Brooklyn, finishing payments on its Life I ployment consideration without regard for em-to suits, skirts, blouses, shoes aJl original. $1 to $5
New York Council life in the NAACP.
ber of the NCNW; and a founderof mem- Membership Our last meeting Mrs. Cecelia race, creed, Detaifs color sex or national Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.

the Mary McLeod Bethunf Lee entertained with n lovely the origin. concerning Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Preteen
Day Care Center of Brooklyn. dinner meeting at the Howard mation requirements about the, further infor- dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk: suits $3 and $5.
position to be
New York Council Johnson Restaurant on Biscayne Blue suits $5. Pants shoes
filled, and Instructions on howto serge Sports jackets $2. ,
Boulevard and 11th St.
Mrs. Ponder Is National apply arc given In Civil Service $1. Skirts 50c. Also linens, drapes, bedspreads and
Chairman of the Life Member Members present were Mes-
Announcement No. AT-G8-
Guild NCNW, she is president dames I). Howell, A, Lynch, M. 12 ((01)). The announcement other household items. New suits $10, pants 2 for
emeritus of the St. Peterslturg Simmons, Williams, II. Williams he obtained at the Veterans may Ad- $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the elite. Grace
Metropolitan Council and past A. McNal, G. Rollins, E. ministration Hospital, Coral
president of the Florida State Scott, O. Rogefs, M. Taylor and Gables, from the Civil Service GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP
Association of Colored Women's C. Lee. We discussed our year's Information Office located in the
Clubs. budget and plans were made to Federal Office Building 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1-8372
While in the city these two meet them. room80.t
ladles are being royally enter- Mrs. A. E. Moore president; 51 S\V 1st Ave., or Civil L Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.rn.coccccccccccccccccccccccooooacc.
tained by Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. Mrs. Alma Lynch, reporter.the Service Commission Offices.caacccccccccocc,
Davis, Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Frazier ,
Mrs. Susie Lowrie and
daughter Annie and Mrs. Ar- Miami Talladetga Club Pre I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
thesa D. Hubert and Sister, Miss sident. Mrs. Freeman Johnson,
Madge Douglas Pottier.Talladegans 774 i N. W. 49th Street. Mr
Charles Baber, chairman of the
Observe }Founder's Day Committee hap 3J + ..
planned an enjoyable] evening 1A! ,
Founders DayAll for all who attend. Our special BONDED
graduates and former guest will be Reverend John
students of Talladega College Charles Mickle, a Talladega
and their guests are asked to graduate, who is presently
Saturday November I i Dean of Men at LeMoyno Col.
meet 0 n RENTAL
10, at 800: p.m. at the home of..I lego.HAMPTON I ry

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1964 Celebrate 52ndAnniversary BE A NURSE'S AIDETHE



I St. Paul Women Show Great IDEAL SCHOOL FOR


The officers and members of TRAINING NURSES' AIDES
Promise: Raise $7.000 Mt. Olivette Baptist Church

cordially invite you to attend 2380 W. FLAGLER STREETCall
The financial effort of the a "degree in eternal life" She their I 52nd anniversary, on
20th Annual Woman's Day celebration spoke forcefully Judging and Sunday, November 15, 10G1. for information' 226.7403
at St. Paul A. M. E Judgment; physical )life and
Church was almost fulfilled on eternal life; the Trinity and the TheMt.. Olivette Baptist
Sunday, November 8, 19(34; the single human obligation there Church was founded by the New classes begin Wednesday, November 18-7 p.'mSZS232XST
grand total received at the to. As she spoke, everyone late Rev. S. A. Sampson in 1012.
close of the day Being over within hearing of her voice began -
$7,000. This leaves Just a short to re-dedicate himself to We are proud to have as our "'- ...... ... "" :.. "- .... ..." ... "
way to go for the set' goal of the service: of God At, the con- morning speaker, Rev L. A.
$10,000 as pledges are still 1 clusion, the congregation join- Thompson of Temple Baptist Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
coming in. :Mrs Ruth Ahrams, ed her in a very old Methodist pastor of Temple Baptist
the general chairman for the hymn for newness of life and Church, moderator of the Atlantic -

day reported the sum of fi.'i200; purpose. Coast Baptist Association.On "MR. JACK"
and the annual award for Club
Captains went to an ardent Rev. Thomas C. Kelley Jr. Sunday evening we will FOR
Pastor of St. Paul announcedthe have the reports of Captainsfor
member, Mrs. Ann Shennettwhox STYLES FOR ALL AGES
forth-coming Ceremony the anniversary rally. We
submitted$37500.. Mrs,,
May Dell Braynon, the recipientof for the Coner-stone Laying of arc asking each member to report The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
the new Church. The ceremony to their captain, so that
last award
year's was a very
close runner-up, having reported will begin at 3 p.m. on Sunday the rally might be a success. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
November 22, 19G1 at ,the new ITALIAN SHOES
37000. All of the Club Captains -
You are Welcome to all our
location on Northwest 10th Ave.
the
Boards and Clubs of
Church, made outstanding reports and Gist Terrace. The Trusteesand Services. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
other officials of the j

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the for their the observance: of this mile-
membership untiring States' Tea At t
stone In the of the
i this fundraising progress
support n -
drive. church and extend to the pub- DADE".DAMERA CENTERWHERE
lic an invitation to attend. Incarnation SundayThe .
Mrs. Leeneete Pennington, ,
the Woman's Day speaker NEW HOPE BAPTIST Episcopal Church womenof THE! PRlc'.as. RIGHT Tl
brought to Miami one of the The Church of Incarnation
most forceful sermons of the GGOO N. W. 15th Ave. cordially Invite you and your 1724N. W 36th ST. MIAMI 42

times on Sunday past, and St. Rev. W. E. Sims friends to their 8th Annual
pastor
Paul of Miami was Justly States' Tea on Sunday Nov. 15, Complete Camera and Photo Supplies at Discount
proud to present her. Indeed it The women of New Hope 19(31 4 p.m. In the Church -
LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
was more than just an address. and their many friends observed 1835 N. W. 51th Street. I'
She began her delivery with Woman's Day last Sunday, A of special talents
the formality of address, program WE HAVE THE STOCK, OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
an we can truthfully say that will be on hand for your en-
then entered Into style of SAVE NOW
a at her best.
every woman was ertainment, also the presentation -
warm but intense discourse: Beginlng with the Sunday of "The 1st Lady of The ARGUS SLR fl.7 $15950
which high-lighted the entire
day's activities. school throughout the day, we States" It was our pleasure 35nun Camera and Case ,
had a glorious time. last to have Rosena Ashe I
year
I AG 1 FLASH BULBS
n. Per
Before her delivery, the little Our morning' speaker, Mrs. I reign as "m Lauy or :states, 89C
speaker; asked the congregationto Beatrice Waldron, was superb 19GJ-G1." Guaranteed doz.
pause for a moment of prayer. using for her subject, "T h e Who will be First-Lady 19G4-
She closed that moment Football Game," she really 05?

with entreaty a to fervent the Supreme, soul-stirring Beinn. spoke out of her soul. Make Sunday a day of wor- Best Method to SellA! classified ad!

Then she called)] her topic "By For our evening worship we ship, and an afternoon of entertainment -
The Power In Me Invested" had many distinguished guest, at the Church on
taken from the Epistle of Paulto we presented a panel discussion Incarnation. The President Mrs
Titus. With she entitled Louise S. Bradley and hostesses
apologies, "Think on these Things,
referred to her frail voice, but Truth, Courage, Faith, Tem- will be there to greet you.
her vocal weakness was soon perance and Wisdom; The Everyone is welcome, so please LIB CITY
overcome by the content of her panel was very Inspiring.Our come!
address, and the impact that Mrs E. L. Wlliams,
it has on daily preparation for deepest appreciation goes (Sec. of Promotions.)
out to the choir and ushers of THEATRE
DRIVE IN
Greater New Macedonia Bap RIDGEWAY -
TEMPLE BAPTIST tist Church Rev. Rosco Jack-
son pastor for o u r morning CHURCH OF GOD OF through Wednesday22nd
Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor worship and Greater New Tonight

Bethel Baptist Church Rev. W. PROPHECY AVE. AND PALM DRVE-IN THEATRES \
The women of Temple did It K. Smith
again! Last Sunday the obser- program.pastor for our evenIng Bishop R. B. Davis, reporter COMPLETELY INTEGRATED22nd

vance of their 8th annual Wo .
man's Elder II. I. Cox, reporter Avenue and 69th Street OX 1.7959
Day was a success both: Mrs. Bernice Benson was
spiritually and financially crowned Mrs. New Hope, rais- Greetings from the Ridgeway REGULAR ADMISSION
Mrs. Athalie Range, owner and ing the amount of $201.44 Miss Church. The pastor and mem-
operator of the Range Funeral Carolyn Carswell was crowned bers are extending a warm Invitation -
Home, delivered a very challenging ; Miss New Hope, raising the to you to attend ser- I i'JoapA
rind impressive address amount of $71.21. Mrs. Benson vices with them Sunday. Come
during the morning to a capacity and Miss Carswell wishes t o hear our pastor preach under
congregation Her subject express their deepest gratitude the annolnting of the Holy
was, "Climb Until You to all of their workers for such Ghost.
Make Your Dream Come True." fine cooperation.As .
She introduced Sunday School begins at 10
was bv her sis-
chairman! on this woman's G lwW
a.m. Morning worship at 12 pN.M1
ter, Mrs Frances King Mrs.
Louise Rolle made the obRer- day, I wish to express special noon. You arc also Invited to
thanks to the
vation. co-chairman and Ito with us at 5:30: pm. every
other workers of various com- Sunday when our people
The feature of the eveningwas mittees of this program for will take over. Your young presence
a 30-minute musical program their best and full co-operation. l is always welcome.
bv the Woman's Day chorus I
This group: with Mrs. V. '
Strachan as chairman and organist I II J r V 1r
: and with Miss Elsie
Douglas at the piano, sang beau- I
tifully both morning and evening I
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Chairman M. Hall, cochairman l h rnoara t'roeuorron
L. M. Colebrook. and all
the captains and faithful mem-
hers are commended for a Job ,
well done. We are most grate- TECWHCOLOTTECKKKAMA
ful to all the participants patrons -
advertisers and friends pm he... *
"hoso roonpratfon: h 'olner'' wnkp:
the occasion a success. Rneclal I
thanks to the ushers of Efoene- Starts 7:07 and 11:30

zer Methodist Church and Cen- STARRING STANLEY BAKER
tral Baptist Church of W e.s t
Hollywood JACK HAWKINS ULLA JACOBSSON -.

The pastor had the first complete I Adult Entertainment

birthday! surprise' of his!
life Tuesday night nt the homeof -
h'<< son- "l) fliu htPT I
fp.a.oTand Mrs. Alfred Dean. s' YOU HAVE
The Pev. HaroVI Prow ''I't i Inn NEVER SEEMANYTMNa AI
cT*fullv r tan"<''1 ruCl*. to
take him to the dimly lighted I THE WORLD
house and snr"coded.; As "' T. LIKE.*.

they arrived. the lights were .' ;... fMtMtlRMMMto
turned on and) the gmnn fnn'. ___"",,-- ... ,
"Hannv nirthdav.' Scores of
I members ami friends were nrp COME ON AND SMILE!

freshments sent to greet were him.served Delicious re- Always remember how pretty they looked by having OIIIIEWORth1FppdCOlOp

their pictures made NOW by '
He wishes to thank the Deans \ .
for the affair and all the JOHNSON OF MIAMI i rl f ttltlAl_
friends. This is the first time

he has been surprised without 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294 Starts 9:30
someone "pinching" him in ad- I

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-.oylQ.-11 .. CORE: Radio System-'

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AI UO"'lIlIm am' nit III OOVrR"MIHT
People Things I

WE WERE quite pleaded to WE WEHE INFORMED bj What does "Social Security"mean

learn that Vice Mayor Sidney a fishing enthusiast, Charles C to you? I

Aronovitz, Mrs. Ruth Green- North, that charter boats at To most workers said Edward -
field and Leonard Barr were the 5th Street Yacht Basin were P. Blonston, Manager of
chosen to be 'cIted for their taking Integrated parties on the Miami North Social Security I,
brotherhood roles in Miami. 'fishing trips daily. Being a District Office, today, these I
charter member of this sportingsect
words bring pleasant thoughtsof
Two of these honorees we
took the initiative to
have known for through we retirement In the future an
years check him out, not that Cousin
income in their golden
years
personal contacts and a little
better than "hand-shaking ac- Charlie is a rumor-monger, but when it is time to take it eas-
only to line myself up for one ier. I
quaintance. of these safaris into the Gulf. I

Mr. Leonard Barr is well Stream. To others, "sodal security"I I
known Miami's Negro moans peace of mind because !; S
among
community having established, A phone call erased all they know that, in the eventof ? t _
doubts we may have had. A an untimely death their ,
along with Sam Lipton, theLeonard's
and seemingly' weather
husky, ,
families will have a monthly
Store on Second Ave. I "
beaten: voice said to my inquiry ;
income without the sllghest '
in the late 20's.Mr. .
: "Yes, we are pleased to connotation of "charity"
Leonard had always tteen welcome Negroes on any of .
fair in employing capable Ne- our daily trips.! But few seem to know, or

gro help at his store, especially He explained that trips are remember, that social security
offers another type of protection -
Leonard's.Mr. .
made half-day, full day and! at for those who become '
Barr (Jackson's-Byrons night. The "Sea Hawk" Is a 63 disabled before reaching the To avert n repeat performance ladelphia's frlst Freedom Day,
Stores) Is being cited for his efforts footer accommodating over 25 age of 65. of the lack of commu- September 11.
in the field of equal employment people. Special sections of the nications which prevented three ,
bait is reserved for those who A worker may qualify for civil rights workers, prior to
would want to go for big 'uns, disability benefits If he meets their murders last June, from
Mrs. Ruth Greenfield, a close while other sections, like mid the following requirements giving warning of the danger NoticeThe
associate of ours over the yearsis ship and stern for bottom flsh- they faced, this antenna for a
being cited for her activi- ';ng for small size Junkers. if he has an Illness or Injury two-way radio system has been officers and members
ties in the area of equal oppor- which is expected to continue set up atop the roof of the of New Providence Court No.
tunity in the cultural field. She There are several other cap-like for a long and Indefinite time; 'I home of Rev. Melvin Kirklandnear 129 Heroines of Jericho invite -
talus who take out parties,
is founder of Miami Fine Arts
Philadelphia, Mississippi to visit with themon
you
condition h i
the Sea Breeze on a chartered if his keeps m
Conservatory, the first Integrated The Nov. 15 for their
two-way system enables Sunday,
basis of threeor from doing any substantial
fine arts school In Florida. carrying a party
six. work; andIf contact with civil rights annual Thanksgiving Benefit
Mrs. Greenfield is workers who are out canvassing Tea, from 4 to 0 p.m. at 0-11
able, well liked and determined a person- Seems as if we are treatingthis he has worked under soc- and working on voter re- NW 3rd Avo. Mrs. Faustina M,
individual who struggled with bit of info as a Wg deal! ial security for at least 5 years gistration. Rev. Kirkland is the llnughton M. A. M.; Andiew
her "baby" out of the creeping during the 10-years period first Negro registered o f 30 Robinson, Joshua; Wllhelmenla
stage. The school now has its Well, we are sure that there ending at the time he became who took their tests on Phi- J. Engrain, chairman.
of Ilk
are many anglers our disabled
building on GOth St. and 6th who would at the chanceto l>-
Ave. jump "EVery day we learn of peo-
tangle with some of those DADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATIC ASS'N
Sidney Aronovitz, vice mayor big babies in the Gulf Stream, ple with serious Illnesses of InJuries I

of Miami, is a nephew of but didn't have the advantageof who have not filed an GALA NIGHT OF GAMES
former Mayor Abe Aronovitz.We boarding a shlp-to-shorc, application for disability bene-
radio equipped fishing boat to fits," stated Mr. Blonston. lie
have met Mr. Aronovitz FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 8 p.m.
through the pages of our daily do same because of prevailingsituations urged that a person make an

papers only, but still get a application as soon as he knows AT HUTCHESON'S REALTY
that he will not be able to return -
that he is
pleased feeling being
Well I will be forsaking
cited. Perhaps because he is for one to work. A delay in filingan :5178 N.W 17th Avrnuo
the sea walls, canals,
application for social security
following in his uncle's foot- the bridges and the beaches fora disability Insurance bene- HANDSOME PRIZES FOR ALL GAMES
steps as fair to all, and 'a
"people's mayor." Mayor Aron- real day of exciting deep sea fits could mean a loss in bene- I Special Door Prize 10 lb. Turkey (9 p.m.)
fishing. And I'll be a'splttln'ugh
ovitz will be cited for ''his efforts fits.
hook!!
( !) on my DONATION 50 CENTS
in organizing and estab- When a disability applicationis
lishment of the Dade County I filed, the name of each applicant I
Community Relations Board. t!P' .: and information about
NOTICEWe his disability sent to the pro-
These three will be honoredat State vocational rehabilitation -
the annual Equal Opportunity wish to apologize to our per agency. The people
Day Dinner Nov. 21 at the many friends who have not received there will decide if there i s Miami CORECongress

Everglades Hotel. an invitation to o u r anything they can do to help
Thanksgiving Formal Dance him overcome his disability so ( of Racial Equality) '-+ 'V
Places being held Wednesday night that he can return to gainful PRESENTS
Nov. 25 at Liberty Hall G525 work. Many people who d o
Some weeks ago this column N. W. 18th Ave. We have not qualify for disability benefits .
carried a plea from several tried in vain to secure your are rehabilitated and can Of Stars
Japanese boys and girls of addresses in order that you return to work. Night I .
school age, begging! for pen- wouldn't miss this gala affair,
pals in Miami. We printed their we have arranged to have (A) "Under the social security
requests and thought no more register at the door, by regls- law," Mr. Blonston continued, CHICKIE HORNE, M.C. ;
of it. tel inK your name and address "a disabled person is encourged -
you will (Be) duly admitted.' to return to work If he Uu-
This week a letter came from comes able to do so. A provi- FEATURINGGo.pel
of the students: Liberty Lodge and Liberty sion is included whereby he Jones and
one Temple I. B. P. O. E. W. Claude Jazz Singers, The Marvels, Dizzy

"Thank you very much asI Holle exalted ruler Mae Woods may months work and still as many receive a s his 12 Band, Sam Cook, Willie Meanie Max, The Bill

have long wanted to have 'fa Daughter Ruler. I disability payments." Peoples Trio, Frank DuBoise and Chicken Scratchers

penal from ,America. and t jl Please make your table reservation I Esther Sutherland (biggest thing in show business),
,O *' | as soon as possible Free pamphlets about dis-
Phones OX 1-9920, NE 41701or ability insurance benefits are Charlie Austin and! Medina and Band, Little Jimmie
"Iam'...ieryaglad..I am afraid& 021-2221, music! for this occasion available In your social secur- Griffin, Genny Lattimore and Band, Little Jimmie

I cannot, express ,what I expectto is furnished l hy grant rity office located at 231 N. E. Sam :Early end Sweet Daddy, Reatha Reese, Fred
do and think In English from the trust fund of the recording 79th Street. Mr. Blonston urges
die Scott and His Cousin
wnr do best and I
well.; my
industries by the corporation that get In touch with the
you
decided to do for a long time. of Local No. 055 American office and discuss your case Monday, November 23, 9:30 until?
I have no words to thank
you Federation Of Music.
enough" because I am very Nov. 21. are with not a working representative because if of you an At the Sir John! Knight Beat

glad. impairment. Since a delay could Donation: Advance $1.25 Door $1.50

Yours truly, mean a loss in benefits, do It
'Tadasl 'Yokol Recognition DayOn today not tomorrow!! ThkrtM, ,mayl h. iureflated nt: iJICity J & J Drug, Ilrownvillc *-
,
Nanao City,. Japan. .Vuil'ft Hujvr: Market; Downtown, Hlr John Knight

Sunday November 15that least (H'., Miss' M") N21
Well, thank you Tadasl! Our Clarified Adi
3:45: p.m., Recognition Day
Miami Time.Cla..led Ad
will be observed at the Dade
County Children's Home at
THIS IS THENUMBER Kendall. The guest speaker will
be special agent Clifford A.
Headley who will be presentedby FUTURE

Miss Albertha Woodberry, FRANKLIN FEDERAL SAVINGS
HOME OF
691-1262 dren.Social Worker among the chil

Several I of the children will y' DESIGNED TO BE ONE OF
be taking part. THE FINEST AND MOST
TO CALL Mrs. Mattie Brown will conduct COMPLETE FINANCIAL
the Glee Club and super- FACILITIES IN THE NATION I

FOR YOUR visor Alfonso Williams will I I Start now to buUd security for
conduct Recognitions.The yourulf and your loved ones by
CHOIRROBES public is invited. opening" Inturtd savings accountat
Franklin f.d.ral,wham your
hard aarnad dollars earn ganarous
EVERY NITE! dMdenc1l.t the currant rata of,..
TKItammond Organ Is backEvery -- I
4'/4 o.w.d ECflAoO a d.a
the Hat lIIte %
niter at 4 tlm' .t a yM/
or write Iouncr. KIIKDDIK GRANT entertains -

on the Hammond Or- ...and for YOUR future FRANKLIN FEDERAL
LUCKIE'S TAILOR SHOP tnm. Never an admloMon. home,see the folks itnanltfln
SATELLITE LOUNGE Federal for low cost 0 SAVINGS AND LOAM ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI) .

6510 NW 18th Ave.. "Oat of This World" long term financing: 1001 M.W. ant AVENUE PHONE *71>7M2 .:,r

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MIAMI TIMES, MIAMI FLA.
Annual Woman's Day St. Matthews Sunday

14 1964
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,
H- Miss Marie White, renowned
religious, fraternal and com-
At Mt. Hermon Sunday munity leader will be the

the
morning speaker during
-- 8th annual Woman's Day Ob-

: k.r servance at St. Matthew's Baptist -
Church You will be Inspired -
by this worker for Christ.At .

the evening service,
Mother Angellne Wright, pio-
neer missionary and evangelist
k; will deliver the message. Mrs.

Marie Wallace, Woman's Day
7I chairman; Mrs. Elizabeth Russell -

I co-chairman and their co-
workers are all striving hard to
make the entire day a glorious
occasion. The public is invitedto
spend Nov. 15 at St. Mat-
thew's where you are certainto
welcomed with smile.
... be a

BAHA'I ASSEMBLYCarroll In keeping wth the theme,
"Women Challenged to Render
Hoeppner, of Sea Service to God in all walks of
Ranch Lakes, Fort Lauderdale !life," the teenagers will presenta
will speak at a meeting ui r "' ( play at the 5:30: p.m. BTU,
F sponsored by the Baha'i As- a LkM entitled "Lydia, a Dedicated

sembly of Miami, to be held at I[ __ ___ '"-_ -:' :. ... '"-: _. ,.c Missionary for Chrlst.1etRev.
the Alcazar Hotel, 5th and
r jW. : 2 Biscayne Blvd. on Sunday, November ILS. ALKKRTHA CALDWKLIj MISS B1I1RLEY MOORE N. F. Clark is pastor
15 at 8 p.m. Mr. Hoeppner -. ..-- The women of Mt. Hermon /
has served the Baha'i : ; AME Church are eagerly anticipating ST. JAMES AME: CHURCHRev.
L ; Faith as a pioneer in St. Lucie s'. this Sunday, Nov. 15
British West Indies. His sub- tj'! :. "..Jr.W' Because this day will mark the J. B. Blacknell. pastor
ject will be: "Baha'u'llah '1';: r seventh annual Woman's Day Bert Cooper, reporterFor
Speaks to the Modern World." W' program. All ladies have been the past four weeks your
Q -J Refreshments will be served, :>j .; working diligently preparingfor reporter hadn't been able to

P' Jt and there will be a musical J E'i(, the grand day. Mt. Hormon attend his church and other activities -
I Interlude. Admission and parkIng ladies are asking everyone to as he should due to an
; ; are free. a honor them by worshippingand accident which prevents him
t i The Baha'is of North Dad e k'.y P spending the day with them from wearing his "Sunday
,,
will observe the birthday anniversary The morning speaker, Mrs. Al- i shoes." Hot lead scaled the Instep -

of Bahau'llahFounder I bertha Caldwell, will speak In I II of his right foot on the
Baha'i Faith
of the ,
F+ gj ,&ft j accordance with the theme, Job. However he was able to
!P'1t: with ren's a Sunday program class by the at child-the I "The Role of Women In Today's get the latest news and Infor-
"
td home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Society. mation from his three "secre-
-... : .-- '- Bridges, 2101 NW IGCth St At 3 p.m. the Mt. Zion con- taries", Mrs. Sadie Dean, Mrs.
10 Nov gregation will render service. Catherine Peterson and Mrs.
Opa-locka, a.m. Sunday,
Lillie M. Doles 15. The day will be climaxed with Claudia Cooper. Bless them!

Speaker at St. Luke The public Is cordially invited '\ Mrs.panel Mae discussion.Parker, chairmanand On Sunday night an "after

AME Nov. 22 to attend both meetings. Miss Shirley Moore, cochairman service" program will he heldin
S, along with the wo- connection with Woman'sDay
Sunday, Nov. 22 St. Luke Bethel Women MeetA men of Mt. Hermon have long Rev. Hi J. Benson of Salter
AME Church will observe Its been awaiting this day. Won't s Chapel will be on hand.
second annual Woman's Day. Challenge Nov. 25 them make it
help to an
Sunday School will begin at you All of yogi who have enjoyedthe
9:30: a.m. : enormous success. delicious dinners that have
been served in the parish hallon
The morning speaker will be Saturdays will have another
Mrs. LIUle Muser Doles, mem- r' SALTER'S CHAPELRev. MT. CARMEL BAPITST chance to partake of a real
ber of Mt. Zion, an ardent
church worker and teacheIn Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor sumptuous dinner this Saturday -
a H. J. Benson, pastor Courteous and efficient
Sis Louise White, clerkI
the Dade School system. Flossie Marshall, reporterOn service is
was glad when they said promised. If you do
The evening speaker will be last Thursday night the unto to me let us go to the not feel like getting out to the
Mrs. S. R. Cafilwcll, Mrs. Caldwell mcmlters and officers along house of the Lord. parish hall but want a din-
is a member of F 1 r s t with the pastor rendered ser- The pastor delivered a won- ner, Just call G01-I212.
Baptist Church, Sebring, has vice In Hialeah at Bethel AME derful message Sunday morn-
As I understand it
served as superintendent of Church, Rev. Evans is the pas- ing telling us about, "Clean up a souvenir -
Sunday School, president of ."< rda tor a wonderful time was had house." program costing over $500
BYPU for a number of years, Y4 by all. Rev. Benson preached a your The women of the church are will which be printed is the for fourth Woman'sDay Sun-
of Senior Missionary J E K
president iT hlr wonderful sermon. preparing themseleves for a
day this month. Such a program
Society for 17 years and past
president of Soul Saving Cam- Sunday night after services great Woman's Day which will should well tell the storyof
paign for 7 years. Salter's Chapel along with Rev. be the fourth Sunday. The women in the community in
Benson made their way to chairman and all the captainsare the professions and businesses,
The public is cordially Invited I.l Antioch Baptist Church. Rev inviting you to come andbe of St. James Its members and
dt' ,
Mrs. Evangellne Smithis '". 1'( 'to;(:} .. Stevenson is the pastor. We with us. We had a wonderful friends and her influence and
chairman, Mrs. Henrietta II: .., rendered services there. Rev. Sunday School Lesson popularity in the Liberty City
White, co-chairman. I '" ., Benson preached out of Come and be with us at 9:30: area. The motto "The Friendly

: sift... 14 :'a 1', : /.r.n# ., his soul.. His subject, "His BTU at 5 p.m. Church" is not Just bragging,
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. [ ; J. '1. ... name shall be called Jesus." Visitors are always welcome. Just visit St. James, not only on
'Y 1\aa .:f1.eta ..ifllItS. Remember the sick and shut- special ocaslons but anytimeand
O. W. Foster, pastor On the third Sunday after- ins. you can't help but come
Bro.. Casey Graham, reporterOn M. ATHAL1E RANGE noon at 3 o'clock the Junior i back to worship. It's such a
last Sunday we can Morning Speaker church will render a program. EBENEZER METHODIST friendly atmosphere!
truthfully say, our hearts within Please come out and help them.
burned while the man of Mrs. Athalle Range will chal- Rev. Aaron D. Hall, PastorE.
God spoke to us by the way. lenge the women of Greater We are getting ready for our I Ingram, reporter T r L r \
Services were spirituallyhigh Bethel AME Church in their pastor's anniversary In the near The women of the churchare I
throughout the day. \\oman's Day festivities duringthe future. Mrs. Agnes Davis is the working hard and making
service Nov. 15. sponsor. Let us look forwardto plans for the observance of t
morning
On Friday night there will this bg event. May the Lord Woman's Day, Sunday, Nov. 29.
be a musical program. This is Mrs. Range, owner and opera- bless and keep the SiCK and I A cordial welcome is extended
in the behalf of the No. 2 choir'sannversary. tor of the Range Funeral Home shut-In. I will 'be looking for II lo the public to share this dayat
It will close out Is an ardent Christian and civic you next Sunday.FRIENDSHIP Ebenezer. ;
Sunday afternoon with a very worker. The public Is invitedto Sunday, Nov. 15, Choir No.1
special program. An invitationis attend the activities of M. BAPTISTRev. and 2 will render a musical _
extended to the public at Bethel women during the entire program In after service for
large. J. E. Jenkins pastor the
day.DurIng. benefit of Woman's Day.
Sunday will be Pastorlal Day Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Choir No. 1 will observe its t
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On Tuesday night the pastoris the evening service, Sunday our services were I 46th anniversary Nov. 16 at 8 :
asking the entire church to some 86 captains for the Wo most Inspiring all day with the o'clock. A wonderful programIs
accompany him to South Miamito man's Day will make their re- ordination of Bro. Roosevelt planned for your enjoyment.The .
render services. All adult ports. The reports will deter- Johnson as deacon with MIssionary Wesleyan Service Guild
singers and ushers are askedto mine the winner of the Miss A. J. King delivering will be in charge of class meet-
serve at this occasion. (Mrs.) Greater Bethel AME the ordination sermon and on Ing Tuesday night.
S Church crown and the two attendants Sunday night Rev. Wltherspoon Let us not forget to visit the
On Monday afternoon at for the 1064-05 Providence
year. of New deliveringa sick and shut-ins.
o'clock the sponsor of our Mrs. Emma Collins, chairmanof very inspiring sermon.
Christmas will begin
program the this and
practicing. All children who her co-chairmen program are Mesdames.year Sunday at 7:30: a.m. we will NEW MACEDONIA M. B.
,
want to participate In the program Hazel Simmons and Alfronla have baptism at Virginia Beach Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
are urged to attend these Kenon. Rev. S. A. Cousin is the wth seven candidates taking on Willie J. Beard, reporter r
series of rehearsals.We pastor. baptism. ''I >tOur Services lost Sunday were MRS. ROSA BYRD

do thank God for all of pastor is expecting to very high and well attended. Chairman
ZION HOPE BAPTISTRev. The Male Chorus and Male
members who have
our new deliver both morning and Come Over to
Ushers
were in charge
been added to our membership.Pray Sunday
P Freeman, pastorElizabeth evening sermons. We are so
morning and choir No. 2 and
for and visit the sick. MacedoniaSunday
. Jackson, reporterWe elated over our many visitors Usher Board No. 2 were In
had a wonderful time all each week. charge Sunday night. Nov. 15, the women
last Sunday. The pastor Is of Macedonia
CHRISTIAN BAPTIST First Baptist
I still I urging all members to attend Get well wishes are extendedto The pastor's text was taken Church, 3515 Douglas Road,
Sis. Armentha Bel ton in
!. 1890 NW 47th Terr. ; their meeting and don't from the above-mentioned Coconut Grove will observe
f Rev. Otis Williams, Pastor forget the BTU on Sunday ev- Cedars of Lebanon Hospitaland scripture. Subject: "The Effec- their annual Woman's Day.
t. Services were enjoyed by all ening starting at 5:30.: our sincere sympathy is tive Church." We were blessedto
extended to Sis. Essie Mae have five to unite Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robinson
\ ( last Sunday. Sunday School, 9:30: with us. -
morning worship, 11:00: No. 2 choir Is working for Lewis In the loss of her brother will be the 11 a.m. speaker.
a.m., their anniversary. They are and Sister Camilla Lewis In Remember The effectual fer- Come to the feast.
a.m. ,The public Is invited to asking everyone to please stop loss of her cousin. And we are vent prayer of a righteous man
attend all services. Let us pray by and buy sandwiches or din- praying for all our sick and available much. Pray for t h s Rev. J. F. Finlayson, Is pa -
for the sick and shut-ins. ners on Saturday at the church. those in distress sick and shut-ins. tor.TI3E .



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. NEW PROVIDENCE

I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1964 PAGE 11 I Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor :, .. j

Mrs Claudia Wilson, reporterWe
had an enjoyable time
throughout the day Sunday beginning -
Bishop Hatcher Closes with the Sunday School
I and the Men's Day program.
Thanks to you to helped to
make it a success we are now H I IH
AEO1adoCiifeiiceGood : = looking forward for a fine time I'I'I
w Thanksgiving. There will be "

will on earth words Scott J. W Burroughs ate. preaching services here begin- ,
ning at 0 a.m. You will be hear-
spoken ages ago are being exemplified M. Peck
ing more about it later.
In eacn annual con- The missionary women of
Continue In for the
prayer f fr
ference presided over by Dishop (the Orlando Conference led on sick and those who are grieve-
Eugene C. Hatchr. by Mrs. Oreatha T. Hatcher, ed over the loss of their loved '
The Orlando Florida Confer- Episcopal supervsor and Mrs. ones.
ence held Its 28th session In Orlando Olivia L. Smith, conference
at Mt. Olive AME Church, Branch president made each GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
Dr. James A Walker, host pas- one realize that the work of a rL r
tor and Dr. J, C. Williams, host missionary Is of great Importance 0895 N. W. 14th Ave.
presiding elder, associate pre- and that the dedicated Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor ':
siding elders were Revs. John L. women are proud to serve needy This Sunday Is "Pledge' Sun-
Wallace, G. A Rutledge and humanity. Tuesday at 10 a.m. day." We ask that all membersbe
Paul Lee. the missionaries assembled and present to dedicate their
under the leadership of Mrs. Financial Pledges to the
Wednesday morning at 10 Hatcher completed all the business Church for 1065. PATRICIA KING
o'clock Bishop Hatcher led the and entered Into the spi- We are thankful for a great
processional to the strains of ritual feast of serving God Anniversary week. The Anni- "I am presently enrolled at the Miami Business Col-
the organ and piano pealing and man. versary report will be given
forth, "Lead On, 0 King Eternal V. P. D. this Sunday. lege and am taking the secretarial-bookkeeping
." Uorticipants were Revs J, Last Sunday, the pastor and
L. Wallace, J. A. Walker, G. A. The Young People's Depart representatives of the Senior course. This will prepare me for numerous high 1
Rutledge, J, W. Burroughs, S. M. ment was guided by Mrs. J. C. High Fellowship enjoyed an
Peck, R. J, Blaine, A. W Smith I Williams as conference branch Inspiring youth Presbyterianrally paying job opportunities in business and'civil ser '.
J. C. Williams, Paul Lee and director and brought a program in Fort Lauderdale.
M. Scott. ,A'I that was designed to Remember: You are always 'vice. Why don't you call or send! for information
teach the youth of our church welcome at Grace.
Associating Bishop Hatcherwas the unity; of the God head anda today?" !
Bishop E. P. Murchison of desire to reach, teach and MT. CALVARY CHURCH
the CME Annual Conference serve.

Church, 5th Episcopal District, Each day at noon Bishop Rev. S. Atchison pastor Miami Business
who brought greetings and assisted Hatcher stopped the business of Con tan'p Carter reporterOn College
In administering the the conference and gatherd all behalf of the Pastor's Aid
Lord's Supper. together for a noon day service. Board of Mt. Calvary we would
The opening sermon was delivered Services were preached by Rev. like to take this opportunity h I
by Rev. A. M. Scott, W. M. Burke, and Rev. W. B. to express our gratitude for 111 So. Miami Avenue
pastor of Ward Chapel AME Ball Jr. Thursday night the everyone who helped to make
Church, Winter Park, Fla., who Educational Sermon was the Pastor's Aid Mission a suc-
selected for his subject, "T h e preached by Rev. W. D. Arnett cess. Special thanks Is also Phone 377-0294
Minister and his Efficiency." and! his choir furnished music. extended to Rev. Sims, who
Bishop Hatcher was presentedby Friday night. To hear the famous delivered a very fine message.On Please tend full information, about your courses:
Dr. J. C. Williams and told Edward Waters; Choir next Sunday at 3 pm. we

the overflowing congregation, came people from all walks of will Church visit Antioch Baptist NAME: ............................,.....................................................
to accept the challenge the life and were blessed to hear ; Hcgssix, pastor
world is extending for the this choir under the directionof There will he good preaching,

world would rather see a ser- Mrs. H. Alvin Green. President good singing and good fellowship A I)I)ItESS ................................................................................. .
than I W. B. Stewart brought with the Loid. Won't you
mon walking day
any
plan to attend and enjoy the
conference greetings from the
hear one talking. college and Bishop Hatcher great blessings of the Lord. CITY .................................................. TKLKFIIONH .......................
Each morning at ,8 o'clock presented the 21 students who
the ministers and laymen gath- MT. AARON BAPTIST
are at Edward Waters throughthe
I am interested in ( ) Day ( ) Night Classes
ered in an institute designed to thoughtfulness and kind-
Alice Prather
help them become better Informed reporter P.K.
ness of Bishop Hatcher
Rev. A. A. McCreary, pastorDon't
servants. t Next year the conference will
Dr. C. E. Tostan gathered l be entertained at Mt. Zion AME forget Homecoming
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around him as his consultants,' In Daytona Beach. Day is Sunday. Please be thereto ary Meeting and Usher Board .-M.* classified stdft t
hear all the choirs and
enjoy Monday Choir rehearsal -
meeting ;
Rev. C. V. Webster Dean Ed- Rubye Sanchez \
the feast afterward. We are No.1. Tuesday; Bible\\
Public Relations Director
ward Waters, J. B.Theological Blacknell, A,Department M- 11th Episcopal DistrictC looking for yau. Class and Prayer Service 8 Best Method to Sell) !

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BEREA BAPTIST Song Of Glory : (
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Rev. Joseph Toles pastor I III '
5770 NW 15th Ave. YMCA AME ChurchThe I fN y Flr"IYA/W w/MY

Our services were very high /
Schedule for the
TV
and inspiring on last Sunday. (
Truly the Lord was with us I Song of Glory this Sunday will
as the men of Berca observed ; feature the Martin Memorial
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their first Men's Day. The' A. M. E. Church's Junior Cho-
"Chris- I rus of Richmond Ir lghts. Mrs
theme for the day was,
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tian Men Working TogetherCan Laura Ann Palmore, directress.Rev.
Do Great Things For God." J. D. Dukes, pastor. Their
guests are the Midget Choruso
The Chairman, pastor and f Richmond Heights, under
members wish to thank each the direction of Miss Vernlce
of you who helped to make It Ross, and the Smiling Jubileesof
a successful one. Our many Davis Miami, under the drection Clear. crisp. dryTf?
thanks to Rev. W. M. of Mr. Phillip Campbell
who was our morning speakerand Vernlce Ross and Charlie J. that's the taste get with
to our evening speaker, Davis the coordinators would you
Rev. 0.V.. West. like to hear from your choir
We wish to give thanks especially Broup Write to Song of Glory FLEISCH MANN'S GIN and VODKA
to the Male Ushersof WLBW-TV Channel 10, Miami

New Mt. Morfah and Jordan ,
services they Fla.The C Lord Cs and the Gospel every day!
Grove for the Cree-Etts filled In for the '. .. ...
rendered and also to the Male National Golden Stars and the

Chorus of First Baptist of Florida Nightingales on 1 a a t
Brownsville and of Jordan Sunday because they were un-
be the rtawuws: 'I'.w rttow FUCCHUMITI/ VOOM-M noon WTH oisnuu run uaxxut cum.TW FUHCHMJUU jnuiM cow.&v.c.
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- .., DEATHSN1rEiU Social SecurityMany
sixty-five-year-old citizens

DEA THSI get part of their monthly
MEMORIALS
I' a a a social security checks while
working lull time and makingup

"''If LEKOY CULPEPl'EH, 1318 to $3600 a year, according
N. W. 70 St., tied in the Jackson Ldward: P. Blonston, Managerof
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. IN MEMORIAMIn memorial Hospital Nov. 4. the Miami North Social Security -
I Funeral services were h e 1 d District Office.
'PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 14, 1964 loving wife memory, mother of our grandmother beloved -- Wednesday l.uu: p.m. from the Mr. Blonston said that the

and sister Church Of Christ, with the Rev., purpose of social security pay-
I R L. Thompson, officating. His ment, disability, or death He
IN MEftlOllilAM survivors: six brothers, fa u r earnings lost because of retirement -
THANKSThe
CARD OF
sisters. I disability, or death. He
family of the lae, In loving memory of our went on to say that a personis
father, A. MRS JULIA MAE WASH! presumed to be completely
3275 N. W. 51 Terr died in Magnolia retired if his yearly earningsare

Hospital Nov. 7. will ]he not' over $1200.: HJ may be

: in repose on Thursday afternoon presumed to be partially re-

until shipping time Friday tired, and eligible to get some
night 9:30: pm. to Albany, payment for the year, even if
Ga. for final rites and burial.
he earns considerably more
Survivors Husband Lee Wash, than $1200."Here .
one daughter, two brothers, "
Is how it works, Mr.
father and uncles.
aunts social
Blonston said. "A secu-

MRS. REBECCA JOHNS rity beneficiary may make up
to $1200 a year and still get all
BUCKNER 440 N VV. 10th St.
i ,
of his social security checks
Fla. City died Oct. 30 will ]He
t ,
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for the year. If he makes between -
t o." in repose Wednesday afternoon
'\ f :' $1200 and $1700 for the
\ 1 in the Coconut Grove Chapel< ,
9a until shipping time Thursday year, he will lose $1 in benefitsfor

I't' night 9.30 to Portsmouth each $2 he earns between
: pm. ,
:) :: :; Va., for final and burial. $1200 and $1700 and $1 In bene-

;tt ,: ...., :. fits for each $1 he earns over
t. .. :. :1.1 f. :
I :' >;: :: >. 0,,' :MRS VINNIE MURRAY 936 $1700.As .

... ; '..'I:;"'[" ..." f .,J.ttf .: N. W. 3 Ave., died at her homeNov an example of this, Mr.
9, Funeral Monday 2 Blonston cited the case of a
p.m
a : i:; MRS. MARY DEAN Greater Ismel Bethel Bapti man whose social security
,
fi
( : :: who departed this life Novem- Church, Rev P. D. Brantley check is $100 each month and

J't. oer 12, 1962. officiating. whose annual salary Is $2400.
"For ever with the Lord!" This beneficiary will get $250in

MRS. ROXANNA EDWARDSwish SAM: JACKSONwho Amen; so let it be; ROOSEVELT AARON, 558! social security benefits for
to thank the many departed this life Nov, 13, Life from the dead is in that Tallahassee Rd. Princeton, diedIn the year In spite of the fact
friends and neighbors for all 1057. word, the Kendall Hospital Nov. 7 that ''he is working full time.

kindnesses shown during our "Tho he's gone, his memories "Tis Immortality"Here His survivors wife, seven children Mr. Blonston went on to say
hour of sorrow. in the and other that there are many people who
will be In our hearts forever. body pent, relatives. Will be
Special tanks to Sis. Mamie The Children and grand- I Absent from Him I roam, shipped to Clarksdale, Mississippi are past 05 but still workingwho
Richardson and the Church of children Yet nightly pitch my movIngtent. for final rites and burial. could get some social security
God True Holiness. payments ,for the yearIf
Mrs Nellie Coke A day march nearer home WILLIAM T GREENE, 14315] they Just put in a claim for
CARD OF THANKSThe The Family N. W. 21 St., Opa-Locka died them. The social security office -

family of the late upon arrival at the Jackson it at 231 N. E. 70th St.

IN MEMORIAMIn Msmorlal Hospital Nox. 9. His
IN MEMORIAMIn survivors wife, Mrs. Lottie Mae Friendship Club

loving memory of my Green, one daughter, arrangements --
J JovJng memory of our sis- dear mother, sister and grandmother incomplete. Sponsors
ter and wife,
International TeaThe
flN itssssile 1;
bC RANGE public is Invited to attend -
i 1r an International Tea
sponsored by the Friendship
MRS THELMA SMITH of Garden and Civic Club at the

:n 2103 NW 75th St. died in Jock Northwest YMCA Center 5100
r son Hospital after a grief ill- NW 21st Ave., Sunday Nov. 29
Mrs. Smith, a member of the from 4-0 p.m.Different .
Brownsville Baptist Church, I Is ? Yes! Each country
,
survived by her husband, will be known by a represent-
I Charles, three children; a brother ative dressed In their native
and sister, Mrs. Mildred attire. Their tables will dIs-
'J Johnson. Arrangements are in- play articles and delicacies
complete. from their own lands. Come
if "'I and enjoy an afternoon of plea-

,rr PRESTON HILL of 144G sure and a special program.
: : ; ; NW< 22nd Ave. died Nov. 12. This Is a benefit tea You may
; :Mr. Hill is survived by his eglster with the country of
,, ;> rJj. 0. ,. .."'..\ (, wIdow, Ella, a daughter, Mrs your choice Mrs Iona Dukes,
iI ;" o. .t'I "l'J'
\ Patty R. Wilson, three sisters, president.
f ,5' ; : ; :j& : ; Mesdames Susie M. Cheese
rP
HERMAN HOLIDAYwho Dora Tisdor and Daisy Lou; 4 SMALL
., grand children as well other
passed Nov. 1 and was L. YM1 as -
A
funeralized Nov 7, wishes t o relatives.. Arrangements are House For RentFor
express sincere appreciation and Incomplete.
one or two folks
MRS. BERTHA REDMONDWho gratitude to the neighbors and
passed November 11 1958 friends for all the wonderful MRS. MAUDE STIRRUP Baby Girl Hope Hardy the Kitchen furnished

Sleep on and take your rest. donations, floral pieces, calls, BROWN laughter[ of Mr. and Mrs 1
Six years passed and we still and visits. Special thanks to Who departed this life November Amos Hardy of G35 NW 1st Ct $10 week $40 month
died
Nov. 9.
love but heaven the Richardson Mortuary for Arrangements are ;
miss and you, 12, 1062.
1371 NW 58th
Incomplete.
St.
always claims his own. fine services rendered. Servant of God well done!
Emma Lou Holiday Rest from thy loved employ:
Mrs. Essie B. Patterson Sis
And Family
The battle
fought, the vie-
Willie Redmond ,husband CARD OF
: THANKS
;ory won, enter thy master'stoy. *
And The Family The pain of death are past We the family of the late
Labour and sorrow cease amtfe's
IN MEMORIAMIn MR. JOSEPH F. LANG
long warfare closed
at
CARD OF THANKS!' loving memory of our son last, thy soul I Is found in peace wish to thank our many friends
Mrs. Lenora Sands daughter and neighbors for all acts of .
of the late w
The family
kindness shown
Arlington Sands Son-in-law during his
AARON LOUIS FOX
Song illness and death.
James Stirrup, brother
who October 20 1964 in
expired ,
the Veteran's AdmInistration Gla*ton Stirrup, bYother Three Especially do we thank the tk
Grand Children and one Great- doctors nurses and nurses aidesof _
laid to rest Oct
Hospital was Christian
Grand Hospital for kind
24, wish to express our sIncere consideration and services ren-
thanks. Words cannot expressour .
; ilered.
appreciation t o everyone< CARD OF THANKSThe A special expression ol
for the floral designs,
many (gratitude is extended
to
Fr.
T
children of the late
telegrams, cards, telephone calls,
ii.
Williams
rector of St. Judes
MRS LILIE n SQUIREwish
and personal visits. They will
Episcopal Church for flowers,
be remembered. to express their heart t
always
spiritual visits In the
felt thanks to the many friends home
Special thanks to the Range who showed their kindness and and hospital during, the absence -

Funeral Home for their outstanding sympathy In so many ways of our priest.
service. May God bless during: our precious loss.! To Fr. Sands, memlkrs and
everyone. The Children guilds of St. Agnes Episcopal
Church, members of the Hos-
Mrs Viola Fox, wife; Mrs. f x pitality Social Club, the Ma-
Willie Mae Davidson, sister; IN MEMORIAMIn sonic Family local lodge No.

Cleo and Larry George, adopted loving memory of our 17 of Key West, and all the
children; Richard Purman, dear mother relatives and friends who sent ILL FRIENDS ANt MKMIKRS -

JimmIe and Earnest, brothers. MRS. LOVENIA I3ETHEli cards, letters, telegrams, floral MAY MAICK T II I: I R

who departed this life Novem- offerings, donations and DONATION TO TUB .
her 18, 1951. cars, we are grateful.We SPIRITUAL TEMPLE
MEMORIAMMRS. Gone but not forgottn. May will always be grateful OF
IN she rest In peace. to M. H. Rahmlngs Funeral ZION, Inc.
LILAR B. KINSLERNov. CHARLIE KEELS Monica Bethel Adderly Home for all acts of kindness At the borne of the vice ptrsl-
ti. life Nov. 10.OC2 .
who
20th will mark 0 n eyear departed : The FamilyFRANCIS and sympathetic services rendered dent and trensnrer. She I U also
born April 5, 1923. ...: ;... with tender understand-
since you left us to dwell one of the ordained ministers
He is gone, but not forgotten. ; ng. We pray that God will
God Lllar.
we in heaven loved with you, but our God, lovedyou May ,he rest in peace: bless> each and everyone of you. Our Broward charter and la Dade registered CountiesL. In

best. Love always, CHARLIE ROPER JR. of Mrs. Syble Foster, sister

Survived by: Wife, 3 daugh- 1231 NW 61st St., died Nov. 8in Edward Perpall nephew HUNTER, D.D. .
Your Husband, Children, sisters ters, 9 grandchildren, mother Goulds. Arrangements are Robert Perpall nephew
and brothers and Mr. and Mrs. Incomplete. Survivors IncludehIs Mrs. Vivian Perpall 1657 NW 73rd St.
fatheri wife and sister. niece-ln-law
a
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HOUSE. Newly painted, large I
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SALE FOR SALE rooms, tile bath. $55 month. '. I
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2023 NW 43rd Street 77 Terr after 5 p.m. our we you

NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS GORGEOUS 2-bedroom CBS, up.
Duplex, 2-bedroom each side. very large family room on big 2-BEDROOM CDS APT. Water WILL BUILD BEAUTIFUL 3-bedrooms, carports in
Tile roof, appliances, large lot. This home will be open and gas furnished. Adults preferred ideal location. Excellent financing with
yard, freshly painted. Price is Sunday 1-0 p.m. 1011 NW 41 765 NW G9 St. PL !' $1,500 down,
FHA valuation $15.700.. SGOO St. Fenster Realty, Broker, PL 1-90G9. |
down and $90 month. Live rent 9-87"9. come in and examine plans.

free! Key at Life Realty, Broker 3410 NW 12th Avenue A clean 2-bedroom home
FURNISHED ROOM in good
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. "A DOLL. 2-bedroom CBS
Open Sunday and evenings. freshly renovated corner. A location, modern home $12 n with Florida room end jalousied porch. $500
bargain. Special this weekend, week. Call Thursday, 091-1513. down, NO QUALIFYING
6894 NW Gth Court 1201 NW 41 St. Will consider Indf
PRETTY 2bedroomCBS, car- ill cash buyers. Open Sunday 554 NW 41st Street 3-bedroom, 2 baths, NO QUALIFYING

peting, appliances, fenced. 1-0 p.m. Fenster Realty, Broker -* LARGE DUPLEX APT. 2- $2,000 down, $85 per month.
Price 1 Is FHA valuation, $9,000 PL 9-8779. bedrooms, living room and
with $200 down and $62 month. dining area:! Fla. room. All Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 bath home with Florida. room
Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW "HOT DEAL". Pool home. CBS electric kitchen air condition. -A terrific buy at $9,500 with small down paymentAn
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sun- 3-bedroom beauty on double Near bus and Grandway. Finest
days and evenings. lot, quiet area FHA} terms. $500) neighborhood. ADULTS ONLY. older type mansion bedrooms, 2% baths, 2
down. Has large Florida room, To see call G35-8701. Florida rooms, pool with big cabana. Built-in bar
1004 NW 47th Terr. near school bus and shopping
and cooler and other
water sprinkler
NO CLOSING COSTS. CBS 3- center. Call 1 1 for appointment. many extras
bedrooms, 2 Uaths, Florida Fonster Realty, Broker, PL 3-ROOM APT 4527 NW123 Ave. $3.000 down BUYS THIS WITH VERY GOOD
room, Enclosed front porch 9-87791.' $15 electricity included Light FINANCING.
carport, appliances. Newly and airy.FURNISHED.
painted inside and out and LARGE CBS home. I ,OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY/
nicely landscaped. Price is only New area. Oversized lot. FHA FROM 1 to 6 P.M.
$11,000 with $350 down and terms. Magnificlently clean asa room with cookIng -
FHA terms. Life Realty, Bro pin. Lots of fruit trees. Car- facilities 1980) NW 57 St. 3511 NW 206th Street
ker. 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL porte. A real deal. See it to ap- Call NE 3-G203. IcJbal 3-bedroom home with many extras. Small
0-4371 nreclate. Fenster Realty, Broker I monthly payments.
r PL 9-8779. LAUNDRYDIIESS

2045 NW 41st Street INVESTMENTS MAKING; and nllorn- Open every day: from 9 to 6 p.m. Including
NO QUALIFYING CBS duplex in duplexes lion. flood Job and reasonable Saturday and Sunday all day
3-Wedrooms, 2 baths on and Income properties. prices at FAIR 1)J'1AI, LAUNDRY -
one side and 2-bedrooms, 1 Call u bath on the other This Is a down etc. Fenster Realty, Bro 2nd. Ave, Thorn 373-0240.' ,
corner duplex, completely ker. PL 98779.1BEDROOM I 3639 NW 15th Avenue 635-4595
fenced, tile roof
separate
:age and beautifully furnished gar- CBS. FHA terms, HELP WANTED II
on Uoth sides. Price, down pay- near school, bus, shopping
tnent and $11,700 tot a 1, $80 Includes
monthly payments EXPERIENCED Manicuristfor
everything. Call for appointment -
Very reasonable Key at Life Fenster Realty, Broker, barber shop. 5 day week.
Realty, Broker, PL 9-4371. PL 9-8779. Richmond Heights Barber Finest Selections In Miami
Open evenings and Sundays. Shop. 14012 Lincoln Blvd. Call

BARGAIN DAYS HARE CE 5-9964. I Lovely homes open
LARGE CBS 3-bedroom, partly AGAIN

') furnished, screened porch, Completely Furnished CBS MAN WIFE to manage NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
breakfast and dining room, garage 1771 NW 49th St. Drive by then
patio. Only $11,300, $350 call. Total $9,000, only $250 rooming house, 373-5837. Terms Less Than Rent
down. No closing costs. FHA. down, $69 month. Could be 3- t .
We have keys, Shell Realty, hedroom. It's a honey. A. Ben- 2-BEDROOM apt on first
nrokfcr, 4200 NW 7 Ave., Kori, Realtor, 714 NW 62nd St. floor, small new apt. building. 1064 NW 61st Street
758-5551, Call anytime PL 1-2243. Contains electric oven, range
and refrigerator. Free water 3-bedroom, oafc floors, and carport. No qualifying

NICE 2-bedroom CBS, Jalou- FRONT BEAUTY I 3189 NW 69 St. Call HI 8-1119. $700 down. $9,500 total price.
sied porch, dining room, garage 100 FOOT -
.
--
Sunday
and 1711 NW 83 Terr. Open
Only $R. OO carport total,, $200 appliances.down. '>::30 to 5 p.m. It's beautiful In IlARnAKA IIURNKTT. Experienced 5229 NW 5th Avenue
end out. Total $13,500 $450 operator .In' now nt
FHA. This is a steal. Shell could be 3ledroom 4310 Brand 3-bcdrooms 2 baths, Florida//' room and
down, oak floors, KlmbrrlyVi' Hennty salon, new, ,
Realty, Broker 42GO NW
Ave. 758-5551. carport, sprinkler system NW 7 Aw. 757-021: or PR built-in kitchen. $1,200 down, take over my pay-
7// awnings, CBS. This is 7-4 29(1.
special. A. Bon-Korl, Realtor, menu
DUPLEX CBS, 7 years 714 NW 62 St. Call anytime, PL --

bedroom Large 2-bedroom apts. Partly and large furnish 1- 1-2213. FOR SALE 1019 NW 46th Street

ed. Only 12500. Good terms. Choice lot in Opa-locka Beautiful CBS 2-bedroom, oak floors and carport.
Be a landlord. Rent free. Shell TWIN SISTER FOR SALE
Realty. Broker, 42GO''* NW 7 '1710 NW 83 Terr. Open Sunday and lot in Liberty City.Nee $350 down, $11,400 total price. FHA terms.

Ave. 758-5551. "to 2:30: to 5 p.m. CBS, awnings' Garth Reeves nt the Miami -.. r
garage, oak floors, sprinkler Times 521 NW 48th Street
INCOME PROPERTY 1240 mtem 100 ft. lot awnings!
month. 3-bedroom furnished. Total $13,500, $450 down. Could"e 6740 NW 15th Ave. Lovely CBS 2-bedroom, oak floors I tile roof and ap-
Dade Pine 2-bed- 3-bedroom. Value and beau'V. -
County ,
rear,
room furnished duplex. $13.500 A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, 714 pliances. $350 down, $11,000 total price.
VW 62 St. Call anytime, PL ATTENTION! 'We can pull
for both. Good terms, 572 NW -- ---
51 St. PL 40157.BEAUTIFUL 1-2243. down your old house and 280 NW 55th Street
build a Beautiful new home

3-bedroom CBS CAN'T HE BEAT without any bother or cash on LIVE RENT FREE. Beautiful CBS duplex, 2-bed-
vour part. Call for our friendly -
corner, $15.000. 3110 Day Ave., '30 NW 43 St. Beautiful 2-bed- representative.' Wynne Home room, 1 bath each side. No closing cost. $500 down, \
Coconut Grove.
Open Sunday 4 to 6 p.m. Builders. 235-2958.
room 1 bath carport, stove FHA terms.
CBS DOLL HOUSE, completely 'enced. See this and you willhuv .

redecorated, 2-large porches this spotless! home. Only We have the largest selection of CBS 2 and 3 bedroom
REV. LAURA
large living room and dining 250 down totol $9,000 FHA
room, carport, oak floors, best terms No closing costs. A. Ben- homes in Greater Miami area.
:area. $350 down. $69 month Karl, Realtor 714 NW 2 St. Spiritualist, Reader and
FHA. See 280 NW 45th St. I Call anytime, PL 1-2243.
Owner direct WI 5-0886. I Advisor

REALLY NICE1, clean, well kept LUCKY 7 Healings and blessings toGod' NEWS REALTY Inc.
2-bedroom CBS with two Fla. Open Sunday 3 to 6 p.m. Powers
rooms, large dining area tile 1400 NW 83 St. Be lucky ttt.v
roof, oak floors completely his like-new 2-bedroom, 2 One visit will convince
furnished. Also CBS cottage in Math, CBS beauty. Tile roof. you (The Broker that works for you)
rear this Is truly a great buyat carporte. oak floors, onlv '$VXi) that Rev. Laura will help BRAND NEW LOCATION
total 11200. Only 174-
closing$13,500 cost.with Come$150 to down 775 ,NW no month down pays all. Be there early you through her power of 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4.0655
blessings.DONATIONS'.
Be Lucky. A. Ben-Korl, realtor.
77 St. Sat. or Sun. 1-5 p.m. Ph. 714 NW 62 St. Call anytime TL. ONLY Open Sunday)
G88-f 638 nltes, MU 1-7740. R. ,1-2243.
M. Brooks, Realtor. UN 6-5882

LARGE 9-BEDROOM. 3-batfv I, HAVE BRAND NEW 3-bed,j 612 71st Street \
room CBS corner location, 'room' and 2 hath homes only: I Miami Beach A ''Time. Ad Can Sell Anything. See ua!
1500 NW 74th St. Ph, PL $193 down. $87 per month 1p.. .
1-300. :terestedt Call JE 1- 902v' ,{ *A&w *}, Take L bus I 1III_ "'f1l 91rr?:7rrts J 6<1 rw J'" A

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EDUCATION PAYS DIVIDENDS r r ?1

JOSEPHINE KING

ty, It can bring others, less! are indicated by these facts: ... v..II

tangible perhaps but nonetheless WJ :M.IKES POPCORN cooperation and encouragementfrom
The better an Individual's ,11T
real.
education, the more he pro- 1'01'7During I I my principal, Mr. Wells.
The Florida members of the duces, the more he buys and Along with Mr. Wells, Mrs
NEA board of directors are H. consumes, the more he reads, the latter part of I Nettle Dove, a biology teacherat
Phil Constans, Jr., principal, the more active he Is In civic November the early part of De- Mays, Is also encouragingthis
Cocoa Beach High School, Cocoa his standard of living (Source: cember, I will perform the first project. She has relped
Beach, and Gilbert: L. Porter, and national affairs, the higher of a series of scientific demon me In gathering materials and
Y executive secretary, Florida U. S. Chamber of Commerce.) strations. These demonstra- Ideas for the project. Mrs, Dove
State Teachers Association. tions will be primarily for ele- Is my professional advisor
On the average, In 1961, mentary and junior high school i One of her major jobs Is to
I n a n American Education men with less than an eighth students. The purpose of the help me select demon rations
Week proclamation, Goy, Farris I grade education earned $2,090; demonstrations Is to focus the that are of Interest to young
Bryant urged Florida citizensto men who finished eighth grade minds of the young people of students and educational, sim
"work toward the resolution' $3,452; men who completed high school age, on the broad fieldof ultaneously.A .
f of the problems besetting these school $5,052; men who graduated science.In subject which seemingly!
t R nubile schools and to rededicate from college, $7,691. (Source: preparing the demonstra- would be of Interest to not only
themselves to the provision of U S. Census Bureau.) tions, I have kept In mind the I. young students but to older
quality educational opportunities fact that the students that will I
For $1,000 build- students as well, Is an Investigation -
for all citizens"The ing every spent be observing them, are not very of popcorn to see what
new schools 212 hours of
familiar with the various causes It to pop and why all
N E A directors declare work are created. The average
that the Individual students school Job takes 81 persons to phases of science. Therefore, corn dosen't pop. The materIals -
the experiments I propose to used In this
experiment are
may earn more money as his complete At least 38 of these
demonstrate will be simple enlightening -
and few In
simple quantity.
educational level Increase, and come from the community where and entertaining.
the governments of which he the school Is built. (Source; However1 the procedure and re-
DR. GILBERT L. PORTER Is a citizen may thus be Bureau of Labor Statistics.) This project has received full It are Interesting.

"Education Pays Dividens"is strengthened, through his Increased -
the theme for the 1964 observance financial capacity to For every $100,000 spent ona

(Nov. 8-14)) of American pay taxes. But, they add, edu- new school, $26,000 comes lack B.T.W. High School Patricia Folds participated."Opportunity "" .
Educaton Week-and the
Explodes, was
cation can also bring the individual
-
officials who Florida In directly to local merchants. The the
present : a sense of selffulfillment News theme November 5. Col
the policy-making council of i In realizing more fully average school construction costis lege representives visited Booker -

the National Education Assocl- I his Intellectual powers, In understandIng $730,000, including $190,000 In "I'm So Glad I'm From T. Washington, giving information -
aton (NEA) can prove It the facts and philosophies wages to local workers archi- Booker T." filled the air when about the college they

Representing the 003,000 of the world, In appreciating tects, engineers, truck drivers, thrilled Washingtonians watched represented and the qualifications -
classroom teachers, principals Its culture. And through their Homecoming game a student needed to get
professors, superintendents, and these changes, effective citizen: carpenters, plumbers, and others. Nov. 7. After a hard fight the Into the college Representatives -
specialist teachers In their thereby benefiting the entire School construction providesJobs Tornadoes defeated Mays Rams present were from Miami
states, members of the NEA nation for 275,000 persons annually of Goulds 14-7, In the third Victory Dade Jr. College, Biscayne
board education may bring to (Source: Bureau o f tabor of the year, giving the Boys College, University of
the students and his communl- But the tangible dividends Statistics.) Tornadoes 3 wins, 1 tie and 4 Miami, University of Florida,
lasses Scoring were James Florida Atlantic University,
r Moxey, James Mack and Robert Barry College Florida Presby-
Lamb for the 2 extra points. terian and the University of
Dunbar Elementary Family Day At North Dade's DCT The Tornadoes are expected to South Florida. Seniors and

School Brownsville Junior continue their last two games Juniors were also given the opportunities
I Club Plans Amateur with victory. They are to take of asking the representatives -
Participants In the American questions. Former -
High SchoolOn on the North Dade Thunder-
Education Week KIck-Off at Night birds Nov. 14 at the College B.T.W. graduates attendingsome
Dinner Key Auditorium Sun- Calling all talent seems to be Stadium, of the local colleges were
day were Nena T. Sapp (Bells) Saturday, October 31st, the word out at North :Dade also present.
and Volume Dingle (flag bearer an unprecedented number of High School as the DCT Clubof Orange and Slack reigned The Florida Language De-
). Both are fifth graders students and families of the the school makes prepara- Friday November G. It was partment presented the coronation
Brownsville
from Mr. Jefferson Reaves' Community enjoyed tions for Its annual presenta- color day at Cooker T. Wash- of the queens November
a delightful afternoon o f tion. Special chapel 4. Queens are Spanish Club
class.We fun and festivities For some 13 vears the ington. programswere ;
were enlightened each dayas Brownsville on the DOT Amateur Night and presented by the Student Queen-Linda Kelly; Latin Club
we listened to remarks on rounds Junior High School Shower of Stars has played to Council for Color day. The Queen-Arletha Crockett; and
The
Invitation
each day's theme: Education to the packed audiences that Just con- B.T.W. Junior Stenocs Instructed French Club Queen, Lebbie
to
In: community bring the whole tinue Miss E. E. Waller Hammock. Students taking i
Improved family was thoroughly to enjoy the shows. Many by presented -
Earning Power- for acceped of the performers come from a crate of apples to the foreign Languages, making nand
Mrs. Betty Hall. Personal Ful- many mothers, father, football above for the first
sisters other schools and win beautiful team, coaches and averages
brothers and -
fillment, Mrs. Frances McNeil, babies even new trophies for themselves. trainers. Students were chosen, six weeks were congratulatedat
Good CitizenshI -Mrs. Edna were to he seen among
as best dressed color costumed this time.
Cleare, In Economic Growth- the hundreds present, Some of This year an outstanding emcee
Art
girl and boy. Best dressed girls Booker Washington
will\
he students front the show
were dressed In In the
Mrs. Laura Bethel, Better Communities -
were from 9-9 homeroom Pen- Classes In observance of American --
their Halloween auditorium. The date
costumes has been
Fr. Lambert Sands. as
Simmons and 9-G Diane Education Week posted
this was also the day of the set for Nov. 20 on Friday. ny ;
house
Wednesday open Frazier the best dressed boys drawnlngs, paintings, and
ghosts! and goblins. There will be singing, dancing
was delightful as we enjoyed Imitations, were from 11-2 Bruce Jackson; crafts around the school of the
lunch with our parents. The highlights of the day and an assortment comedy, acrobatics and, 9-13 Sylvester Hart. work which the classes have
Congratulations to Mrs. Eve- was the captivating1 l sounds of other entertainment of Homerooms were also decorated done. Arts and Crafts Instructors -
lyn Wynn and Mrs. Mary King, "Pee Wee' Ellis and the "Dy- for the occasion First i i are Lewis Blake, George
our Librarians, for the wonderful namics. And to complementhe nave Among those groups that prize went to 207, second prize Campbell and Miss Ruth Cul-
Job done to make the Book atmosphere of sports and show signed to appear on the 210 and third prize 322 and 109. I mer.
Week Play "Mr. Bookworns activities were refreshments Dance are The Duprals. Modern Best decorated cars In the parade Congratulations to the Booker -
Book Fair Review" a success which were graciously donat- with Linda Group: the Clarlnettcs was first French Club T. Washington Junior High
Mr. Bookworm was Wendell od by the Pens! Cola Company mese Smith Tngraham, Alta- 2nd prize Para-Medics and. 12-2 Volleyball team for place second -
Demeritt a sixth grader. and High Grade meats com- and Amelia ,Brooks Gwendolvn: the Char-Tones homeroom 3rd prize. In the Sports Day program -

On Election Day, November rvmt through the efforts of meh with Mllllcent Nixon Fourteenth Annual Corono- .
3, Porter Bloodsworth and Me- Charlie Hadley. Ruth Nixon. Rhodls Eason tion of Miss Homecoming was As a part of Homecoming
linda Harris (Sixth Graders) This successful! Family Day and Velma Williams. The Individuals held November 6. Patricia festivities Artis Gray, John
were studio guests of Miss was the first of such events are: Rosemary: Smith, Thomas Miss Homecoming was Eaford and Ralph Jackson received
Shirley Kaufmann. Social nonsored': by the Brownsville Betty Morrl n. Dorothy Mor- crowned by the Captain of the free lunches for the
Studies Teacher (ETV), Community School Program rison and Nathan Coleman. football team, Ishmael Rolle. week Nov. 9-13 from the cafe-

Mr. Fletcher Paschal the Community Participating were attendents, teria.
Brownies
of Troop 370 and Others will be
mentioned
Cub Scouts of Pack 71 hikedto School director, expresses Interested amateurs and later starsof :Matilda Bailey, Catherine Bui- Mr. William Anderson, Phy-
Brownsville where they en- thanks: to everyone who the city should contact the lard. Manle Hardln, Yvonne sical Education Instructor, attended -
toyed a backyard party at the Contributed to the success of DCT Club of North Dade :McKinney, Barbara Judge, Mary the Inauguaral ceremo-
home of Mrs. Clara Underwood. Family Day at Brownsville. Lewis and Cheryl Scott, Judy nies at Florida Atlantic University -

Tagging,: along were Mrs International TeaThe Brown, Miss Alumni, and her Nov. 11-12. He- represented -
Underwood, Mrs. Betty Burroughs his Alma Mater, 'Cus'-
and Mrs. Carolyn Bain student body was Inspired by Friendship Garden and attendents Mickey Saunders and kegee Institute.

Miller. outstanding young men In this Civic Club will Sponsor their HH ....n. ...."' ,....,. .w..w
community. Our special guests second International Tea Sunday -
Nelson L. Adams, prln. November 29. 1 Carolyn B. Miller, report. at this assembly were members 4:00: to fiOO: nm. at the Y.W.CA.
of the community who servedas Recreation Center 5100 N W.

Carver News teachers for rm hour 21st Ave. Miami, Fla.

Sunday November 8, Carver Please come and be our
joined other schools in tho inItial guest This! will boa treat that -
service at Dinner Key REV. LAURA Is certain to make you happy. i twat w .t
auditorium commemorating May we expect you?
American Education Week. Miss Amado Franklin, reporterREDUCE
Spiritualist, Reader and
,At Parent-Teacher Association
our -- -
meeting on Monday, Advisor r
November 9, 196 we had as a
special : Mr. Holmes Brad- Healing. and blessings to
guest Lose up to R poundlsweekly "Living Service for the Living"Oscar ,
dock, a member of the Dade \
County Board of Public Insruc- God's Powers L. Range Funeral
Home
tion, who enlightened the
One visit will convince
about the phasing out of you Dr Long
- group M. Athalie Range. Owner N. Patrick
our school.On that Rev. Laura will help 1845 S.W. 1st St. 5727 N.W.17th Range M.r.

Thursday. November 12. YOU through her power of Avenue

1964, at our special American blessings. FR 3.2748 OX 1.0131 OX 1-4343
Education Week flrwmhly th? I
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BTW For 3rd Victory I SATURDAY NOVEMBER ,14, 1964 PAGE 15

Spearing Saturday NightThe


Uirds are North anxious Dade to add Thunder-a final Bobby Felts Stars As
win over Booker T. Washingtonto
With Sports make it three for the season. I
They meet in the battletothefinish .
on Saturday night, Nov. Rattlers Roll 4624The
8, BARRY SPEAR 14 at 8 p.m. In the Junior Col- '
lege Stadium. It is estimated

rrw.rrrw.-.www.r..<< ......... ..... that more than three thousand high scoring Florida seven plays from scrimmageand
.df..1CLA fans will be on hand to witness A&M offensive machine, led ran across a two-point
V-LISTON BOUT ON CLOSED> CIRCUIT TV this grand battle with both by ex-Miami Northwesten Star conversion.
The heavyweight teams predicting Booker Bobby Felts flattened North
victory.
championship bout between Cas- T. has Carolina A&T, 40-21, Saturday. A&M also got a great defen-
Bius Clay and Sonny Liston will be "live" on big screen 1500 tickets.already requested Felts, a lOG-pound halfback, sive game out of 10-year-old
TV at Miami Beach Convention Hall on Tuesday. scored three touchdowns and Major Hazelton, a freshman
Other
bouts preceding the An upsurge o r viciousness collected 87 yards as A&M picked who knocked down several pas-
big fight will be shown. Seats will has come to the North Dade up 441 yards. ses and intercepted another and
be reserved. Doors open at 7:30: with the main bout at T-13lrds after they withstood a ran It back 41 yards fora
10 ::30. Convention Hall is located at 1700 Washington fourth quarter drive on last Fri- Bob Hayes, world's fastest touchdown.The .
Ave. Phones day night to outlast Attucks human, did not start on his second -
JE 1-0477, JE 2-2329, JE 8-4304., Eagles. It w a s Homecoming appearance in pads for visitors scored first, a
Prices range $3.50, $5,00, $7.00 and $10. The fight Victory of 19-13. the Rattlers after the Tokyo A&M and evenmanaged
Will come from Boston Gardens Olympics But he ran back to lead at the half
The T-Birds got off to an kicks for 43 and 29 yard s. 21-16. But A&M ground out 30
Tickets are going fast. Please Harry Spear, takes Liston In early lead when quarterback caught two passes for 25 and points In the last half while
purchase: yours now or call the arly rounds.If Tyrone Wells completed a long 7 yards, collected 21 yards in blanking A&T.
above numbers and avoid thrush yardage__...pass .t.o. halfback .
the night of the fight Cassius I ueorge mil. The kick was good ---
Clay
weighs only
and
North
Dade had a 7-0 lead
CHIP JOHNSON KEATS his 219, seat 59 pounds. Whatever of It must happened be In in the first quarter. For the remainder Miami to Honor yard dash record with a 9.2
COOPER IN THREEMANCHESTER to Luis Rodrlquez of the first half the second performance The record -
England T-Birds controlled the game Bob HayesThe wus :disallowed (becausethe
UPI-Chip Johnson, 24, heavy- Johnny Hobbs, the crack and moved the ball successfully wrong caliber starting gun
weight from Miami, scored a Tacksonvllle middleweight who with the passing; of Tyrone City of Miami will honor used.
technical knockout over Brit- flattened Harry Tetlow here Wells and the receiving of Bobby Bob Hayes, winner of two was
ain's Jim Cooper Monday nightIn gets a big chance when he engages with Washington the and George 11111, Olympic: Gold Medals nnd the Last year In a St. Louis AAU
the third round of their Florentine Fernandez In excellent support of "World's: Fastest Human," In
the meet, Hayes ran the 100 In 9.1
whole
Nassau team.
November
scheduled 10-rounder at the 12. Hobbs is the Orange Bowl Dec 5.
a very crafty veteran who has and was dubbed the "World'sFastest
Free Trade Hall. Both North
Dade and Attucks
met many of the nation's bet- Hayes will receive a plaque } Human."
Cooper twin brother of Brit-
scored in the
second quarter and
ter performers.It from :Miami\ Mayor Robert
ish heavyweight champion the half-time score was 13-0. )King HlRh hefore the kickoff
Henry Cooper, was dropped appears as If quite a few The T-Birds came back in the of the 32nd Orange: Blossom
three times in the round be- of our local boxers will be second half to score again and Classic In which the athlete will
fore Referee Jack Lord steppedIn traveling to foreign climes soon. the Eagles followed with perform us: a mcmUcr of the Dugie's Guest House
to save the Briton from fUr- Promoters in Nassau. Jamaica another score. Florida A
and M football
team. The house of unusual
ther punishment. and various South American room
Johnson tore Into Cooper at countries are Interested In Fla. Late in the fourth quarter Lew Price, Miami-Metro
Open 24 hour NE 4-3851
the bell in the opening round talent. Lucien Chen, Jamaican Attucks put on another strong publicity director, said, "It is -
with a heavy right that deck- promoter had been planning to rush, but It was stopped bv an only proper that this outstand- Seeing it Believing
ed the British fighter Cooper use several lads In November, alert T-Blrd defense North ing athlete l bo( acclaimed in the
tried to fight back with prodding but his plans were sidetracked Dade took over the ball o n area where his .rise to track See us for clean room
lefts, but was sent down when his top drawing card, their own 8-yard line. They fame hc an."
Havles held on to the hall until time Jamaica Dugie always a
Percy
again for a nine count.In was kayoed In
the third Johnson floored Panama this week. Hnyles's ran out with the final score It was during the Gold Coast
Ismael being 19-13. \AU meet at the University friend
Cooper with a vicious right to conqueror Laguna, Is
the jaw. Cooper got up after a quite a battler Weight prob- We salute this week the following >If Miami 1'Yb. 17, 10G2 thai 2941 NW 47th St., Miami
seven count only to be floored Vms caused' him to quit the Thunderbirds: Tyrone layos broke the existing 100-(

again for nine. Hintamwelght class, and after Wells, Bol/by Washington, .
At this stage Cooper's face campaigning as a featherweight George lUll and Hollis Cherry
was a Woody mess and could for awhile he tipped the scalest along with all the coaches. AUTO
INSURANCECheck
hardly see. Lord then steppedin 135! against: Hayles. With an
and halted the fight. overall record of 35-2 he can
he considered n serious threatto Meet your friend at our new, lower rates and easy financing
champion Carlos Ortiz.: CAL'S LOUNGE ANDRESTAURANT
CLAP IGNORED BY LISTON IMMEDIATE SRs22 FILING

BOSTON Bear huntln' Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
champion CasMus Clay turned EVERY NITE Food at lift bewt

a preliminary title fight wel h- You have tried the relit D. Goodman, and Son Inc.
The.> Hammond In ,
in at which no one got weighed Organ hark -
Now the bent
in, Into a shouting, trafflc- *:very nit* nt the Rnttellefwnore. try "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
Rtoonlnt carnival Monday. FREDDIK GRANT entertains Cfentinuotifl service from G a.m.
Business member All People Democratic Club
Through It all, poker-faced on the Hammond Or- to 1 a.m.
challenger Sonnv Liston me- """. Never nn ndmUwlon.' 6010 NW 22nd Ave. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
chnnfrally chewed gum without SATELLITE LOUNGE
NE 3.9316
missing a beat.
Both contestants for the 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue Owned and operated by
Nov. 16 Boston!' Garden rematch .Tame and Nealle
were pronounced in perfect WOnt of Thin World" r v '. NIf Home Study Course For
hoalth with special atten-
tion raven to Liston's I left '.. ""' '''''"",,,,,,_,,,,,:::Io.Io.. ''''' ''''''-'Io.'''''''''''''''_- ,......................,..............,..,..,......... ...-' :-::> ""' CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS
shoulder. I P. O. BOX 174 Grntlgny Branch

LIston's trainer, Willie Reddish Maids in Miami average $35 per week I MIAMI FLORIDA 33168
flfitiml the challenger copyright 10412
would welsh around' 212 while
the camp of Clav. who prefer? Nightingale graduates earn$6O$80 DO \'OUVJNT A BETTER FUTURE? ................. .................
to he called Muhammad All.
the will WOULD YOU PREPARE FOR GOVERNMENT WORK? ...?...
truf" RM champ come

in nt around 215. A Week If ,KO fill out thin form nnd mall It today to the above .... .
The man who refers to Lls address, even If you have failed before, yon may qualify
ton as "The Big Bear" wore a
form of overall) with "Bear Nightingale ladies are specialists in the Date ........................ ............. 196........

Tfuntin," written across the of the Name ............................. ...................... ......... Phone No. .......-.......
back a* did' several of his aides. care sick and convalescentNO

ITi walked swlndncr a rope Address/ '....................................... City and Htate ........ .........
and harnMi, veiling) "We want MORE ''
the Bear. spreading: honey on DRUDGERY Age .......*...... Marital Status ......... ..... No. of Dependent.......

the stfps autographs of the and building waving signing to but interesting and helpful work 1. Did you finish grade school ..... ..... High School...........

the crowd. College ............. .............

TtTTTT 2. Do you really want to work fur the Government? ..........
RIVER nF. IT'TR
Unbeaten Orlando Ruiz. 132: Nightingale College What kind of work would yon like to do?..........................

Venezuela scored a unanimous! 3. Have you taken a Tlvil Service Exam? ....... Result ........
lpht-round doHMon' over CJradv -
McT,<>ndnn l.lfi.( Dublin Oa.. 4. Have you Mtudled) for u Civil Service Exam? ............ ......
at the Llttl River Arena for his ; ; 111 South Miami Ave. 5. Am you a veteran? ..... ..... Do yon draw disability? _-_
ninth straight victory. 0. Would you be willing to spend a little money for the

Al I S'mp"orn. 13fl. Syracuse. .. materials that you would one? ..................
'NY heat Jerrv Powers 129 St. Phone 377-0294 8. Would you sincerely go through this training UNTIL

T.OMU' pnd EVMI' Bobbs 152... Ft.. you reached' HU'oe.S1"".......................
Lauderdale defeated' if a r ..
Bel.i-fonte 15.1. Moultrie, Ga. In - - 0. What kind erf work 4o yon do now? ..........................._...

'fc-rounders. 10. What hours do you work at present? .................N...__
Eddie Under.' 122. :Miami. Please send full information, about your courses t
outnolnfed Berlin Robert. 120 If you will fill out this form, mall It to UI we will return
Tallahassee In four rounds and notify yon an what you tttn qualify for approximately bow

'Paul: McCnrmlck' : 141 PU+._ NAME. ......-.....................-.........__....-.-..-..-............ long It will take you to prepare yourself and the low-low
bureh scored a two-round tko cost of our service
"HUCCEHH" can be If willing to for It
ovpr Harry Abrahams. ADD RmR ................_.-........-.W............_......_... WIlY DONT YOU yours TRY? Thousands yon are have reached prepare ucceM

opiyrnvq 0A. FEW through thin training. Yon may also If you are willing to

SPORTSMEN: CITY .........-...................... ........ TELEPHONE .......... ...._ study and prepare younielf. Dont delay, mall this form to-
day. Think of your future.
Chris Dundee takes Clav inn ; : WilY WORK FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISES When you
rounds, : Johnny Burns. former may possibly work for your government with fringe beae-
referee. T.f!!lit on two i etglnn' : 1 am interested In > Dliy ( ) Night CIa fit,.,, such an paid vacations, sick leave with pay, regular
,11.,.,.,." Cmlth fnrm, "r 'f'P lrpp. N pay raises", and a future
fake LMon In *+"*+' Pill Grant Civil Hervlce offer equal Job opportunity for all raceshA
,thinks Llston will do It In five: .... -, .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Girl Scout LeadersTo NW MRS.50th LLOMA St. : who GREEN has been, 2250 ill .I MANY CIVIL SCHOOLS SERVICE positions -

at the Mt. Sinai Hospital is recuperating
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1964LET'S Meet < at her home to the :' available annually. See

delight of her friends. Mrs. our ad on page fifteen In this
Attention all Girl Scout Green is contemplating selling issue or write ror information
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tod" leaders of Ixora Neighborhood, her home and going to Puerto i to POB 174 Gratigny Branch,
November meeting is a must. Rico. i Miami, Fla. 33168.
It's cookie time again! I'
TALK POLITICSBy Material will be dlstril/uted
at this meeting. Important for
I all leaders to attend a meeting "Social Center of the South"r
NORMAN E. JONES Monday, Nov. 16 at the Car-
ver YMCA at 4-30: p.m. Mrs. N uH 1, r
Historical Bnckgonnd of the Negro In Politics, the Church Myrna Range Lee is our cookie -

nnd Fratornnl Organizations sale chairman. She would

,.. ....... like to meet you. Kindly bringa
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roo list of registered girls. (Ages

RIOTS ARE MORE were contemporaries or prote ire important.)
ges of the aOove mentioned.I See you Monday at 4:30: p.m.
ECONOMIC THAN CIVIL At one time there were five Mrs. William Littles, neigh-
Negro Uanks in Mississippi borhood chairman.
RIGHTS SUMMMARYIt which served mainly as deposi- 95. BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON SPECIALSi-,96.

Is not by coincidence but tories for church and fraternal JMR8. MARY LOU BROWNof ... .ot .
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deliberate design that 'to order funds. Negro contrac- 16125 NW 23rd Ct., Opa- '
by tors thrived building office locka, is back In town after a
day's Negro leaders on every buildings; for these orders, 4-week vacation in Atlantic Monday: Baked Imported Ham with Fruit Sauce ,1/
level have very few or no rep- churches, Business places and City, N. J. She would like all Potatoes & Vegetable
resentatives from business. On fine homes for the Negro leaders her friends to worship with Tuesday: Hot Roast Beef Open-Face Sandwich
the national scene today thereis i ,her on the fourth Sunday ;..i
not a Negro business man morning, Nov. 22 ,at Kelly's Mashed Potatoes
\vtio' is recognized by the whiteor Negro newspapers were born Chapel on NW 15th Ave. and Wednesday: Golden Fried Long Island Scallops, Tartar Sauce
( Negro) power structure as and prospered existing mainlyon 71st St Potatoes & Vegetable :>
the advertising of N r o
a leader of importance. e g Pork
Smothered
business and a rapidly expanding Thursday: Chop
NITE! Yellow Rice & Vegetable \
EVERY
In a nation such as ours witha cosmetic business being or-
democratic system of government and a free enterprise products designed to nlto nt the Satellite Potatoes & Vegetable .
capitalistic of economy all ills Improve the physical appearance Lounge FREDDIE GRANT entertains -, Saturday: Southern Style Chicken & Dumplings N
of a distinct ethnic group ,, of Negro women and men. on the Hammond Organ -
comes from a lack of political Such:; pioneers In this business Never nn admission r Vegetable
and economic power. Likewise as Madams C. J. Walker of In- 'I SATELLITE LOUNGE"Out !.
all cures come from the proper dlanapols Madame Anne Pope 5 Wti
application of political and Malone of St. Louis.I Ma-I of This World" $195 SUNDAY FAMILY DINNERS $1 4r i
economic power, there is no lame Sara Snencer Washingtonof 6222 N.W. 7th Avenue
other possible: solution to the Atlantic City I ; Anthony ,
"Negro Problem," or the Overton of Chicago who became '
"American Problem." millionaires and many The Mary Lee
others who sold and dispensed
( The fault lies In both the these beauty products amassed Agency
white and Negro power struc, fortunes. 751-5211 751-8112
ture. Let us compare the Negro -
prowess 1890-1930. All Negro Huge printing plants were
12391 NE 6th Ave.
leaders of that era earned set:; up to print these Negro:
their leadership of the masses newspapers, church literature (X'*Address) )
by either building or gaining ind to serve:; these fraternal Domestics for homes of
control of organizations and or orders. A huge sales force was distinction.' No registration fee
Institutions:; designed for helping hamlet'levploned in every city, town, Cooks, housekeeper, maids ,. pl 'tirhi
the Negro build a stronp "rult and rural area to re- butlers, chauffeurs, housemen
members
for these
of (their orders
economy own. and couples \
set:; up lodges and sell regalia
Fraternal ortraniTations: and rituals and other such parapha-, Indf Choice of: Appetizer or Soup Children12 price
the Negro church were the I nal a to the members most of Chefs Salad Dressing Served from 1 PM
means bv which the recently which was manufactured In CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN Choice of: Entree: 1. Roast Vermont Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
freed slaves literally pulled ,I nlan/ts/ set; un by the fraternal 2. Bar-B-Que Baby Ribs -Lean & Meaty
themselves up by their orders employing nil] Negro :
hoot-1 workers. 3. Baked Swiss Steak, Jardlnere
straps. They were and
the only orRanlTwtlona, You may register now. Hot ,1 4. Hawaiian Ham Steak (Smoked Imported
are purely owned, controlled Negroes engaged In practlcally lunches and pick-up service "' Ham) '
and operated for and by Negroes every typo of business Choice of: Vegetables and PotatoesHot
with absolute: autonomy' needed to serve: the wants and For information call
Rolls & Butter
from white people. needs of the Negro consumer, ,
dressmaking establishments, 691.7796, 696.3802 or Dessert & Beverage
Negro politicians of that era tailoring hops, local and some
earned their political leadership with hundreds of salesmen on 634.5867 100% Air conditioned Breakfast served all day Free Parking
: of these two institutions the road sellling direct to the
Consenuently they represents customer. Grocery stores, drug 5932 NW 17th Ave. 4200 N.W. 27th Avenue: NE 3-0611
the masses; of the Negro !In the stores, dry goods: stores, garages :MRS. RUTH COPELANDIndf Miami, Florida
truest sense; as first; they had to :;. filling] stations livery
prove their leadership and haven tables and blacksmith shops,
strong: following before they etc,
:MUSIC
JJKBHONB
could assume /the mantle of White! GIVE YOUR CHILD chance. SpecialsOpen
leadership. I people marveled at a EDISON
bv a ghlyeorganized following the rise of the Negro and the Will teach music to beginners.
rapidity of his economic development Reasonable. Call liter 0 p.m.
PL 8-4925. I Sunday'! 2.5:30 pm.

Through the medium of the cccccccccccccc ccccccccccccCCC 1
church nnd fraternal orders; -..,-- BUY NOW TO GET YOUR 1965 HOMESTEAD
these Negroes collected and ,,;'.P, 11\-" "< J r: .. .... ,' EXEMPTION AND SAVE 100's OF DOLLARSNo
handled largp sums of money, tI" ; ...
to;J..." the
of
with which they organized hur- : 'H" rH.---. _. closing costs on any following
lal and relief societies: whIch]
.
became the foundations of the 1t 81 NW 40th Street

Negro life Insurance companIes i :1./i; Only $66.88 month FHA for this spotlessly clean
of todav. They organized links, 1
which' in turn financed other CBS home. Tile roof dining room, large kitchen
Negro business ventures serving .d} ; / carport fenced rear yard. $250 down.
". t v
the Negro community and ;
W' .
started to build a strong Negro ln: ; .. 101 NW 47th Street

economy. : Lovely Another spotlessly clean
corner property.
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Prior to the World War I era J".'. "."I "' : CBS home, 2 Fla| rooms, carport. Only $300 down
of great ml'aratlon' of the Negro .. 'W FHA. $75.49 month. -' .
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to ,northern cities, there .,' ..... ':
was very few Negro; owned tJ 520 NW 45th Street -' .,-*
business outside! of the south
3-bedroom CBS Fla. large lot ((75x100).,Tile
and even today the bulk of the room,
Negro commercial Institutions roof, dining1.room,- garage. $350 down FHA. $78.16
are In the Southern states. mOntH. Lovely' street. '' '4 k

These leaders developed
pioneer Call Edison for information the
a strong economy a n drained nn more on following
political from
their following power the church From 710 W. 59th Street, Savannah Ga., is here in 339 'NW 39th StreetCBS.

wielded and fraternal tremendous organization political nnd ''I Miami i with a Spiritual Meeting one night only. Dining room, large kitchen, wall !to wall car-

Influence on the local state Greatest ever known. Don't miss this meeting. Be peting. $10,500 total, $250 down FHA$75 month.No .
and particularly the national closing cost, safe for children. Dead end'! street.
level, through the Republican wise come'early and get la.: seat. Be one of the four %
Party of course. 'and forty-four :thousand that John sew; to get blessed 1760 NW 45th Street

Federal patronage In the happy, and helped. The'public 'is invited: nation. Extra large CBS home, 2 porches, 38 Ft. carport,
kitchen 'equipped Only $250 down. FHA. No closing
Southern States controlled
was wide, the principal speaker,' Rev. L. Ross, Bishop of
bv total.
these political leaders, cost. $10,500
manyof
whom had become national the state of Georgia in. the teaching and advising of
committeemen and committee- I Spiritual Science. I am looking for you. Subject Gorgeous CBS duplex on corner. Just like new, 2-

women among whom the best I I "Who is the Root Man?" Get this address now bedrooms each side, kitchen equipped. $16,500.
known were Oscar Adams of FHA valuation.See .

Alabama, "Gooseneck" Bill McDonald II Friday November 20, 6:30 p.m. until? Edison for largest selection of lovely homes and
Davis
of Texas; Pen
and Henry Lincoln Johnson of I 816 N.W. 2ndlAvenueYou !, duplexes.
Georgia; Rob Church of Tennessee I

; Scipio Jones of Arkan- can contact REV. L. M. ROSS EDISON REALTY Realtors
sas; Perry Howard, Mrs. Minnie ,
Cox and Mrs. Eugene Booze Saturday And Sunday, November 21 and 22
I of MIsssslppl: Walter Cohen of j

[Louisiana,; Marse Caloway of At 1060 NW 62nd St., Apt. 94 175. N.W. 62ndSt. 751-2441
Missouri! Johnathan Gibbs of \, -
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