The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00176

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I Belafonte, Portier Give, 4 Whites Arrested In

$7O.OOO To Miss. Pisrht I'Shooting of Jax Woman

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JH Jacksonville this week
Harry Belafonte and Sidney the. "Mississippi Summer Project stadt Community about eight four white men were arrestedon .. '--1'
Portier left Mississippi after ," reported at the time the miles south of Canton, was badly murder charges In the fatal I ,',
presenting a check for $70,000 entertainers were leaving, that < damaged, by a fire, believed shooting of a Negro. woman :
Tuesday to Integrationlsts to another Negro church was started by arsonists. "Free- last March. < f
carryon the civil rights pro- burned near Canton Monday dom School" classes were being ;< ;
1e1in; ,which three young men night.; held in tfhe church. Clues uncovered by Detec-
have .ben murdered. tive Sgts. Donald Coleman and l
In recent weeks more thana Belafonte and Poltier praisedthe Lee Cow while investigating ,j
The ,Council of Federated dozen Negro churches have summer civil rights pro- an unrelated crime, led to the ..
Organlztion (COFO) a union of been set on fire. The Mount gram and promised to return arrests. :(, '
civil rights groups sponsoring Pleasant Church at GluckI.J "anytime wie can be helpful." Charged with the March 23

--- death of 33-year-old Mrs.
Johnnie Mae Chappell, and held
1 ; Hit in Face With without bond are J. W. Rich,
21; Wayne M. 21.
cJ Shotgun BlastA and Elmer Chessmllni I of
shotgun blast struck;; avoinin
;) in the: face Monday Mrs, Chappell was fatally
night 'at 18440 Homestead AVe '
shor In the stomach Awhile
Homestead. She was only ableto searching for a lost wallet
tell police the name of the along U.S. 1 some blocks from .,
man who shot her. where police were 'trying to

Mildred Williams, 35, of stop a racial demonstrations.The .

I 18122 Homestead Ave., was In officers said Rich sign-
serious condition at Jackson ed a statement admitting the

S Memorial transferred Hospital there! from She Kendall was shooting, and Chessman sign- Grand Temple

Hospital so that specialists ed a statement admitting being'
could work on her eyes. present in t'he' car at the time. Officer Arrive

--- : : :74 Mrs. Rosa B. Coffee, grand

assistant recorder of the Grand
St. of the Improved Benevolent -
AugustineMotels \
Protective Order of
Elks of the World and a former :..
teacher of Dade County is:

Balk; Restaurants ServeIn in the the city'Grand visiting Lodge friends Conven-' Before :-

St. AURU8' ne. Negroes Tuesday and nine more Wednesday tt.lon.Dt.

Binding' up psycnoio teal ship to young and old. Some of completed integration testing Coffee is the guest of Dt.
wounds of strJfe-tiorn St.: Aug- the tutors and 'their pupilsare I successfully Wednesday at lu Mae Woods, 2003 NW 40th St.
ustine, Fla. are a group of Ivy pictured: alcove on the cam-' with restaurants the Civil ordered Rights to Act comply, but 2 In 'Election RunoffAt Dt.; Ruler of Liberty Temple ,I(

I.J' League students who from chose New to pus of Florida Memorial Col-' were turned away from motelsnot Tuskegee. Ala,,. Tuesday, No' 721 of whjch Dt. Coffc fis I -I I
a' charter
six Negro candidates lost In a member.,
spend their summer in the Ancient lege, where a number of the named in a federal court
city election, but two gained o
City offering free tutor- classes were held. injunction. Since her arrival she has:
run-off spot against white opposition -
Only one of the 11 motels accepted Negro voters In Tus- been the recipient of a cook-
Negroes, the Southern kegee outnumber whites by out Saturday given by classmates -
Christian Leadership Council 4-1. and old school friends.
Calls Wife Out of reported.An Saturday night a dinner was
The Rev. K. L. Rufford and given by a former co-worker..
I SCLC spokesman said Dr. Stanley H. Smith, hacked Mrs. Coffee now makes her
most motels stated they did not bV the Tuskegee Civic Association home in Cleveland.
Church She Kills Him take local residents. Two said received enough votes to
they were full and one told the force runoffs Sept. 15. The

Robert Jackson, 38. of 2536 .Negroes." J it. "did not take transients. other alb.: Negroes, who ran S.S. J

NW 20th St., Fort Lauderdal 'church. They had been separated /" 'Negroes were served wlthpu Indepently, were defeated l by Agent
was shot to death by his wife for the past two weeks. "" incident, In six restaurants.. large margins. ; :it .
in a shooting fracas at the St. 'w" riwArerM .
Matthew's Unity Holiness I --- Guilty In
Church, NW 24th Terr and
14th St. Sunday night. .., !!
Emma Ruth Jackson a bride = Fraud
for two months, Is said to have a
fired the\ fatal bullet, and her ,
neighbors "don't blame her A
suspended Secret Service
none. I J Agent) in ,Chicago was found
An old woman reportedly remarked lrh guilty by a U. S. District Court
"He got what he deserved t. 3 tP )i( Jury Wednesday of trying to
didn't he?" She expressed 14 peddle a secret government file
: a willingness to "makeup .. ;r,i) for S.W.OOO to an accused coun-
some money and help the / ,.'t. 'erfeitcr.

new widow ,If a concealed ,weapon .. I -_ ". ....iol'..,,"'.....
charge is made." r Abraham Bolden, 29, first
It- f. ,,,,, ., ."\ : ... Negro over assigned to the
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Others injured In the shoot- I r' '. Secret Service detail charged
Ing were? Mrs. ,Brownie James. J. with protecting the life of the I I
20, sister ,of ''Mrs. ,Jackson; President of the United, State*,.
Reuben Carter, 11, her brother .. won! sentenced flb six yean In
;*Mrs. Suite Mac Carter 53. ,' '' \....... prison by ,Judge Joseph Sam
woundedI I' .
the most seriously rry
of foe three. AH were hit In ..;..... -- ..'. ..;..
.. '' Dolden charged when he war
the head \ .. I "' arrested that he was being
Broward SherlffsN Office set i I ,- framed because he planned to
i the time of the shooting at reveal laxity, drinking and ,
t-- about l1:30JPm. \Jackson parties among the' Secret Sw'- '
called his wife cute oP.t h e vice agents assigned to guard I
r,. the late President Kennedy at.

Woman's Body ,. Hyannis Port. Mass.
i4'l Wednesday, Bolden said, "If
't found: in Car Trunk a1!\ the time of my arrest I ever

r,. embarrassed any agency of
And'automobile with a body the United. States it was because -
: in' a canvas bag In tttie trunk l >+; I thought at the time- r
was dug; up Monday In therural 1J 'statement were true. I
section, 12 miles south- A1f did not mean to embarrass any I
west of Lake City police re- .' ._ body."I .
ported.In .
.,, l'tn.: Audrey A.' Gallmore Beam football squad, holds the the Philadelphia Baptist Church ask you nb please have
._ the trunk was. the body hold the hands ,of Theron andFattndretta hand of Marion all they enter where funeral cervices! w ere mercy. Bolden said tearfully.
if. of a Negro .'.Her"plizabeth!: ,. two of'4 the, "In uod'a name, please have
hu Jones Porterl Jones.31. 31 fphnec is being -: more (children as'libe) appproaeh- Mra. Lillian \Vbminjtum',H- !Bthfmrtbt( : Florida A and ;M mercy on me."

held. Jones admitted,po ed church where (funeral ser gin,- secretary, In, the Florida A athletic coach may be seen Jlrs. It Is said that this Is one of
lice In Riviera Beach"that he vice were held, f j r' hrr husband and $1 Unltcrwlty athletid'd*4 Oscar A. Moore, wife of I b t' the first times in the long hla-
pushed his former wife Into a Willie !Lee. J.. C. Caroline., partment hold nn umbrella head of the PAMU Department tory of the Secret Service that.
swimming pool,aad.sb drowned. extreme right one teammate* on t ft7,e Chicago er.M the grieving coach enters. ncatlOB, a crime. .
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, >FLA. row." Ledger: Fairfield, Iowa. MR. and MRS. Genge Robin- ana, other northern and east-
son (Heola) were the house ern states.
: SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1964 MRS. GLORIA LACEY, accompanied guest of their brother-In-law Her vacation was cut shortin
by Mr. and Mrs. Le- and Sister Baecl and Bertie;
roy Lewis and Miss Josephine while in the city they were entertained order to hospitalize her
Thomas of Melbourne, enjoyed with many enjoyable mother Mrs. Ida Dorsett and
visits to Montego Bay and memories with family and to welcome home her nephew
Kingston, Jamaica. friends. Kelsey Dorsett who was sta-

.Air.\ and Mrs. CECIL W. Whit- MRS. ZELMA DORSETT Black tioned In Japan. Kelsey is on
field of Nassau, were visitorsto local school teacher has Just returned leave from the Air Force until -
a the Magic City last week. to the city after an extended August 28.Continued.
They were guests of Mr. and vacation to the World's
Mrs. Joseph Poltier. They had Fair, Chicago, Milwaukee, Indi- on page 5

no sooner boarded their planefor '" .. 'T .. IT.,Y.>I.UJY..uJIJI..nJI..ur u.1I. ",_'" ,. .. 'T' .A. "" ..'."' .... .....'." ..., .. ..... T..uJIJII,' .
a rteurn flight to Nassau,
MAEDELL and Lawrence .COLEEN FINDER returningfrom when the Poitiers began their
Healy are among those who her northern visit is tell- Journey, by auto, where they Theresa Florist
selected New York and the ing relatives and friends about will stop in ,Washington, Philadelphia .
World's Fair for a vacation. the World's Fair and other and then to New York.
places of interest. The Poitiers were accompaniedby "Since 1910'
T1IOMASINA WALKER Llnd- their children Bernadetteand
sey is at home after a confinement GET WELL wishes to Mattie | Joseph, Jr. ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS
In Cedars of Lebanon Gibson Jones bedded at
'Hospital. Cedars of Lebanon.
MRS. EDWARD (Mable) Mnipp Opa-locka was as
CLARICE ALLEN Hughes of second lieutenant in the United
and daughters Brenda and Ron-
nie enjoyed their stay at the Jacksonville Is in the city visit- States Army during the closingof MILES AWAY FROM HIGH PRICES
ing relatives. the 1904 GMS ROTC Sum-
British Colonial Hotel In Nas-
mer Camp Ceremony.. SPECIALIZING IN-
sau, ELLEN IIEIDT entertained
Monday with a bridge luncheon MRS RICHARD (Lula) Smith
AWFULLY generous of Els- Weddings Shipping
Honored guest was Jewell and children Vicky and Michaelare '
ton Howard catcher with New
Hospital Sprays
York Yankees to that Young. vacationing In Atlanta, Bouquets
on His Night, that request instead of MR\ and MRS. WARREN Georgia. Anniversaries Special Group Prices

presenting gifts the fans con- Welters and children Bernard, MRS. VANGELIA CASH Nel- Banquets For
tribute to the Howard Scholarship Martha and Warren Jr., are visiting son, formerly of this city recently 9 Organizations Schools
Fund at Fairleigh-DIck- relatives in Conneticut, I returned to Miami fora S Funeral Designs And Churches'COMltAUE
Inson University. Warren plans to look in on the short visit. Both she and her
Alphas in New York while mother, Mrs. Miriam Casn had OUR VALUES LOWEST PRICES
MR. and MRS. EdWIN Rogersof
Opa-locka entertained friends Gwen will go to Plhilly during a short stay in Nassau. Mrs. HOW WE DO IT??
the AKA Boule.BLANCHE .
Nelson presently visiting an
on Sunday evening. DEAN and grand- aunt in Tampa. She will return We own our building There Is no rent due
'fiRfl. and MRS. ALONZO Adria home again to Miami on August 12, We Pass This Savings on to Yon
daughter are
Jackson Sr. came down from after extended vacations. then on to Staten Island, N. Y.,
Ocala for a couple of days with Blanche with relatives and where she resides. PROMPT DELIVERY FLOWERS BY WIRE

lheAlonzo Jacksons, Jr. friends in New York and Philadelphia MRS. MARTHA DAY and Call our experienced staff. Dial 634.1087
HAPPY TO hear Ophelia Adria after attendingcamp. daughter Kathleen, motored to
(Coople) Rolle is Improvingafter Florida A and M University to DESIGNERS -
her recent illness. THIS IS SO TYPICAL of my- witness the graduation of Her- Homer Hawkins G. Herbert Turner
self, perhaps you find it a lit- bert L. Day, who received his I (Mrs.) Arthesa D. Hubert, Prop.
SO SORRY to learn of the il- tle familiar too. "Half (the world master in Education, Administration I
ness of Mrs. Llnnle Paschal. goes to bed hungry, but not in and Supervision. Mrs. 5260 N.W. 32nd AvePhone 634-1087
!Mrs. Paschal Is the mother of (the United States. We don't Day is the curriculum assistantat I\
Alonzo, David and Roger. Mrs. start our diets until tomor- Rainbow Park Elementary. ,yM''J ''B iriririririririrjf erg>g y e a a vrvFFSvpv u'-ifrriripyn M u a m
Paschal's daughter Lillian ..
Wheeler of Washington, D. C.,I -
is at her bedside.

Bowe (former BTW student
council president) at Jackson .
Memorial Hospital.
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GET WELL wishes to Mrs. n '.'. ..> ; : \... c.

Lorena Hart, who underwent ,. ." .' .,. ." .
surgery at Baptist Hospital. "O-

Mrs. Queen E. Hall, along with
their children, Delma and Larryare
touring our Sunshine State

Michael Graham, son of Ed-
ward and Dorothy Graham on tad vs
the recent article In the Miami
READ WITH Interest' that
companies are now producing .
Negro manikins (children) Beginning ,
them in stores. Then
next year, teenagers and the
following year adult manikins. ,.

JANE LEWIS nnd| teenage I iP Y
daughter Sheryl are enjoyingthe :
of Nassau in
leisurely pace

the GET Bahamas.WELL wishes to Yvonne \\Yi\Ylg\ ,

Brown who was at Jackson hut .r
is now convalescing at home.

yule is visiting Mr. and Mrs
Oscar! (Dorothy) Edwards. Ma-
ble and Dorothy arc sisters. EASIERTO

known Nassauvlan had a spend-
a-day visit In Miami
Tuesday morning, and departing I

Tuesday evening. OPEN i

Hepburn left for Nassau, Bahamas ,
this week where they
will visit with relatives and I I
friends for two weeks. These j '
young people anticipate an en.l I Carnation with
joyable time.LITTLE I x C D

JOEL Williams, no-1' the exclusive new ,Yytt
companied by her grand-dad 1
Henry McKinney is visiting'New
York and Philadelphia :. ,
80 SORRY to learn of Paul '

Wyche are well Jr.'s 800n.WALLACE accident.. Hope you f: 'vTWsi1MN TA i I.,p.
and GLORIA Orr : I
of Hollywood along with their ,, : .' ,.,. .: : .
three daughters, Paula, Paulette ',,r, >:'. '" i
and Debra are vacationing in "
Altamount, Florida. "

for three r" rriV..f :
weeks been In New York City has This new rim hold: any ordinary beverage opener snugly to ::. .

returned home., Ml. too- ."the milk from Contented Cows' :
JACKED CULVER l. at homenow' c flipping..pours .!, ,
after a brief stay af Chris-
Memorial Hospital where .....-.. ,
she surrendered her tons lIs. .... _. .. w .___.
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States for the first time.

of LawThe Memorial services will be
Flouting Rights There will be an excursionto
held at 11 a.m., followed by a
Key West on Sunday, Aug.
Civil Liberties program: at St.
The National Association for I John Baptist Church, 1328 NW of 23, the sponsored Incarnation.for the Donation
the NAACP has asked I), S.
Ave. Hobson R. Reynolds, $000 round trip, children under -
Justice Department to Investigate !- Grand Exalted Ruler, will deliver 12 years half fare.
several In the
cases state i+ Bus will leave the church
that Involve violations the principal address.All ,
may of
1835 NW 54th
St. at 4:30: a.m.
'the public accommodations section 1l X 4 business sessions and and from the corner of NW llth
Rights of the Act.recently enacted Civil i festivities will culminate with St. and 3rd Ave. 4:45: a.m. Get
the Formal Ball in the Blrdland your ticket at 1111 NW 3rd
b3 Ave. Mrs. Levi Johnson or call
Robert W. Saundera, NAACP ..tk Ballroom of the Mary Eliza- FR 0-2313 and OX 1-7401 for
Florida State field secretary beth Hotel August 10, at 0 p.m. further Information. A22
Wednesday, August 5, said that ,
he has written Gen- ,.VI _. J::>.. _.l:." .", ....."'" .
Attorney .. - - ---- ----- -
eral Kennedy concerning, the refusal
of services to Negroes In t ___ \
white establishments !In Madi- f 1 PROFESSIONAL

son, Fort Lauderdale and Lake r,4 .
> _
City.Mr. _l _
Saunders said nine 4
NAACP Youth Council memberswere OFFICESFOR
arrested when they attempted -
to gain service Mon- _
day, at the Chuck Wagon Restu-
rant, located on U. S. Route 00 RENT
near Madison. Reportedly! the _

that manager against the serving restaurant told the Negroes.In NAACP had .a policy group 11!i J New Franklin Federal BuildingTo

YMCA Cam ship camp Lake Placid. Located !in be built
''Lake City, the NAACP Is per Central Florida's Rolling: Hills, corner
protesting the refusal of 11 the camp is one of the Soulh's
businesses to serve Negroes, Drive finest facilities said Charles N.W. 5th Street and FEC Tracks
while in Fort Lauderdale, a Stanton Sanson, Philanthropist Hadley."
wall in a drive-in movie which and Bank Director of Lin- Call the Carver Branch YMCA CALL 371.7652
separates Negroes from whitesis coln National Bank presented OX 6-0231 to reserve a place for
the issue. Mr. Saunders said
t 0 .
checks for Campershlps your son.Bahamas
Negroes are allowed to enter Charles R. Hadley, chairman of -
the white section, but whitesare Drive.
the YMCA Campershlp Elks
not permitted on the side
reserved for Negroes. NAACP Looking on left to right: TONY IS BACK! !
pickets, added Mr. Saunders, Garth Reeves, chairman of Arriving ForConvention
have Been arrested and charged board of Lincoln National
with disturbing the peace. Bank and Camp Committee, Royal "
The owner's petition for an injunction Edythe G. Batfleld, chairman of The Bahamas Association of Driveluc
has been denied. YMCA Youth Work Committee, the Improved Benevolent Protective s
Stanton Sanson, Charles R. Order of Elks of the GOOD FOOD
Chairman of
Hadley, John Orr,
World is the first assemblageof
Non-Surgical Office Treatment the board of Roosevelt Savingsand Elks expected to arrive in MODERATE PRICES
Loan Calvin C. Hughes,
Miami before the Grand Lodge
Y M C A executive secretary,
Diseases, Varicose Veins, Frank Buchanan, Hank directorof convenes here Aug. 21-28. 6840 NW 15th Avenue
Prostate No lost time Lincoln National Bank. They will be here for five '
Discard Truss Upon Correction "Backed by 78 years of camp- days of sessions; beginning Aug. Phone OX 1.8512
of Rupture low cost. Ing experience the YMCA of-
DR. LONG'S CLINIC fersan adventuresome pro- More than members Forrest
Tony Prop.
IMS BW 1st St. FR S- 7i8XX9OOOOOOCXM3CX3OC gram of outdoor fun and frolic from nine lodges in tho Bahama \ ,
for boys 8 to 14 at beautiful will be meeting in the United \ Sept. B

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]PACE," ,SATURDAY, AUGUST IB, 1964 Evalina Williams To

ii, You Need. Speak at St. ;,

A new bedroom, a new bathroom, new Matthew Sunday .

Oh Sunday at St. Matthews
Florida alterations repairs ,
room a new
Baptist! Church, 361 NW 17th
home? Kit+cenl/ cabinets, new windows'? St., during the regular morning -
II. B. SIGI8MUND REEVES, Rdltor and Publisher service Evalina Williams
GARTH C. IIEEVE8. Managing Editor THEN CALL will be featured as the speaker
Mis Williams is a member of
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Aaeodataew D&H Construction Co. 44g-1119 St. Matthews.
In 1P59, Miss Williams was
BITRSCRIPTION RATES No job too large or no job too small. :We have 'graduated as valedictorian. i of
ONE! YEAR $S.OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Miami Northwestern Senior
been building for the Colored Community for the
High.! She then entered Bennett
Entered M Second Claas Matter, August 9; 1927 at the Post Offto't past 18 year College where she was very
Miami, Florida, under the aot of March 8, 187 active in extra curricular
Buildbrs come and builders go, but" D&H Con activities and honor societies
'DoW'Dto-rn Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone PR&BM struction Company' t is still in business. We.completeour served ''as an exchange student'
Main Office' at 6740 N.W. 15th A'Venue.-Phone OX 10411"CREDO contracts and pay all bills. and Was cited to be listed In

OF TilE: NEGRO PRES8M Following is a partial list of satisfied customers, the American 1963 edition Colleges of Who's and Uni-Whoin
The NEGRO PRESS believe that America can best lead th 1 if you know any of !them call and find out how D&H erslties.

world from racial' and national antagonism when it accords to doe ita work and pays it*,bill. All work guaranteed In June, 1063 she was gradu-
Tory man regardless or race, creed or color hU human and Wd build in Brown' Sub ated from Bennett College as
Liberty Coconut
legal rights. Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press City, Valedictorian with a major In
strive to help every man In the firm belief that all men art Grove aJnd most anywhere in Dade County. All our psychology. At this time, Miss
Sort *. lung an anyone Is held hack. financing i* done with Federal Saving; and Loan Williams received a fellowship
Associations. We are qualified FHA dealer for graduate study in CounselIng' -

A BIG BOND ISSUE Call 448-1119 and ask for an appointment. No University.and Guidance She recently at ,Atlanta received -

r- charge for plans or estimates. a Charles Merrill Foreign
The city of Miami September 29th ballot will call Study-Travel award for study -
'upon voters to approve a bond issue of $35,820,00.
CUSTOMERS IN EVERY and travel the
SECTION OF MIAMI on continent of
Included in this amount will be $3,500,000 for replace-
Edward and Om Lee Burke, 2780 NW Clpt St., Brown's Sub Europe.
ment of the 260-bed east wing at Jackson Memorial Win A. shod .
; Myrtle V. Campbell, ttd NW 48th Tern, n. ..
Hospital, replacement, of the 250-bed Kendall Hospital; Brown's Sub Across From Park
$2,500,000 for acquisition of land around Jackson Hospital ,.
Mrs. Arthurine C. ChaJvls $418
NW 51st St., Brown's Sub
clinic Choice colored church school
for radiology or
$2,065,000 and $1,235,000: a
; ,.' William Crawford, 1210 NW 68th St., Liberty.. City 48th Street and NW 8th Ave.
and:: other needs. > "- Langston C.O; > 1474 Air ,
NW 69th TenLiberty Cltyuh conditioned Sanctuary.Institutional
also decide on-s $14BOO000,; ( for [ :
City voters must : Alohfo and X.fnfcfe Fannln/7001 NW 13th Avts type construction.
'sanitary sewers; $30,000,000 for storm sewers; $4,500- Oscar Edward 3200 Liberty City Complete Sunday School on
Drown Sub
Dinner s two floors heated. On four
convention center and improvements
000 for a ))r. and Mrs. Ilogan, 3200 NW 53rd lots.
St., Brownfe Sub $110,000. Call John Warren -
Key Marina, totalling $2,370,000. Then comes Bayfront ]Mr. for
and Mrs.
Charles Hlggs, 1601 NW 64th St., Liberty City appointment r
Park expansion, $2,250,000 development of new recre- Mrs. Kssle Mae Rawls, 3470 )Ja. Avo., Coconut Grove
ation facilities $2,500,000; acquisition of Biscayne Boule- Mr. iid Mrs. Joseph White 3311 THE KEYES to.
Fta. Ave., Coconut Grove
vard property owned by the, American Legion Post Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Whltehead, 3331 Fla. Ave., 234 Biscayne Blvd. Realtors
$700,000,. )[". and lEugene FR 1-3592
Butkr, 3421 Frow A,'("., Coconut Gr.
With such important bond issues on the ballot vot- Mr. and Mrs. indf
King Liberty 1701
NW 02nd Terr., Liberty City
ers should' turn out as near 100 per cent as possible. Mr. and Mrs. Williams Littles 1291 NW 68th St. Liberty City SINCB IK

Books are open for registration. They will be in all If. E. S. Reeves, 141 NW 69th St., Liberty City For
precincts in Miami and in the county. Registration for and hundreds of others too numerous to mention. Quality Building
homeowners will open on August 24, and will close on I
September: 5.Register, Drive by iheso beautiful homes, talk to the owners and PL 1-36O4

:and be ready to cast your vote for or{ find out for yourself that D and II lives, up to their contracts I
against the bond issue. 812 u ,

Call 448-1119 Ask for Mr. Davidow .

Announcement that the Dade School System has < 'w e.-, ,
,provided the amount needed for instructional fees during ',' _s kr.Ae A t( agA

: the coming school' year was good news for thousands LOT OWNERS!

'Of parents, children and also teachers whose duty it was MTv plan' mtlde and adviM

',to collect $1.50 or $300 for the school year. This money four plan or ours

was used for paper' pencils workbooks, etc. .
Custom Built Home*
Although $1.50 per semester seems a small amount : r
there were hundreds of the 111,000 children whose par- s Attractive Addition

ents could ill afford that amount. S Quality Alteration

Naturally parents as taxpayers will still be paying Good bank financing
Dade County School Board has provided $'300(N )OO 91f aaaQav (

for materials during the coming'year :vp[ '
t E e,
Robert B. Turner !acting deputy superintendent, -
said teachers and i principals will like the newtpolicy'jilist; ; T
as much as the parents 'do. -v r'i
T' ,IAe.s.sd Insured,
Wesley Matthews, district superintendent'saidrio e-

owners in the past have not carried much of theHax, j.1>"ur:r i
den for schools. With reassessment how they will\;;'be

carrying part of the burden.. *, UK.. = !
A- r
$16.50 and $18 Weekly


New York 250,000 white students are planninga $20 Week FurnUtiedAH

boycott of; public schools at the opening of the term ground floor
next month to protest the board of education integration
program 5 acres of paradise

Leaders of the Parents and Taxpayers Coordinaing PLEASE SEE .:.-
Council and the Joint Council for Better Education

said the unprecedented civil rights demonstration by 2474 NW 58th St.

whites would, be called off only "if there are drastic Rd Call 885-1589
changes in the board of education's plans.

The main object of the protest is the reversal of ... Sept. 5
MV*'*N***** i V s*** **x s *
the board's decision to transfer 25,000 white pupils involuntarily -

at the start of the new school .term. TIIIH EXCEPTIONAL IS TRULY A BAHOAIN HOME !

So that's some of the doings in the state of New N"' WITH 20' x 40' POOL
York. kids ,PRICE ONLY TERMS$15300 WITH

30 N. W. 38th Street
JUDGES FILE SUIT' r 2 Bedrooms (can I be 3 bed
on the abaths, 2-Florida
Three, of Metro's former judges have filed suits for goO rooms, garage. Included In this

reinstatement. They claim the charter change to the Mis- lovely.home carpeting are beatatifnl, 2 wall drawdrapes. mir--

souri Plan under which they were dropped is illegal as rors, 2 ReT. Cycle A-C O. EL,
it cut short their terms in office. [IDrnrn stove, 3-door refrigeratorwash-'
er and dryer. Patio, with B. Q.
Under the new charter revision the commisssion did shuffle board court. Vacuum

not name seven of the 13 incumbent judges*! I \ cleaner, filter and clear water

Judge Carrington Grambling, in his suit, is asking ml-Ik- landscaped.well for pool.Root Property cellar. Furniture nicely-

the Circuit Court to determine his rights under his ori- mar also be bought rea
ginal appointment for a six-year term. He also ask the / sonably. Drive by then call Mr.
court to rule on the validity of the Metro Commission's DAIRY COUNCIL OP SOUTH FLORIDA 1114 Forss. Enes, and Sunday Till
8-3833 for ,
appointment. R. A.
resolution that led to the charter: change, .. :I: ..-. Mueller, Realtor PL 1-2401. _

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. 5I I Father Gibson To New Clinic OpensThe

: I SpeakThe Dade County Departmentof
Public Health has opened a
building committee of new center at 14101 NW 8th'
Bethel AME Church of HIaleah Ave., phone 681-7453. The clinic
i cordially invite you to attend will offer health department
its first annual Chrysanthemum services to residents of the
Banquet, Friday, August North Dade area.
I 21 at 8 p.m. The banquet will Well baby cllntcs: Monday, 8
N< be held at the Seminole Park to 10 a.m.Maternity.
Recreation Center 520 West
clinics: Tuesday 1
23rd St. to 3 p.m.Please .

Continued on page 2 I Hart and he got the Job after We are indeed privileged to call for appointmentand
HARRISON NASH, brohrw- taking a civil service exam have the renowned Father information.
In-law of Prof. Charles L. Wil- here. He works out of the Theodore Gibson and the envi-
liams, 'former B. T. W. High new Federal Bldg.PROMINENT able Mrs. Athalle Range as our "
School principal) visited our speakers. 1829 NW 66th St., phone OX .r
city during the week on his VISITOR to
Tickets 1-8503
vacation tour from Jackson- our city last week was Charley are on sale at !the
ville. During his visit, Nash Smith of Bartow. Mr. Smith is home of Mrs. Arabella Bowens, ,
was guest of his former Tus- 122 years old, the oldest recipient phone TU 7-0388 and at the
kegee classmate and football on Social Security roles in home of Rev H L. Evans, Try a Classified, Ad
team, mate, Stanley Sweeting, the United States. Born in the
who showed the Jaxon the Negro nation of Liberia July 4, r- .
sights of the city. 1842, he was kidnapped at 12- REV. EDWARD T.

Mrs. ,EVELYN LATIMER years-old the United and sold States.as He a slavein still :BANG! BANG BANG! GRAHAM

(Floyd) and Mrs. Eleanor L. runs a soft drink stand In his
,Eady arrived safe in the city hometown. SIR JOHN HOTEL
after spending a few days with BETTY' BLAND, North Dade VICE PRESIDENT -
relatives and friends in Madi- High graduate has received a DIRECTOR
son Fla. Also meeting a cou- $2,200 scholarship from How KNIGHT
sin there having not seen in a ard Univ. in Wash., D. C. BEATHAS FRANKLIN FEDERAL
number of years. Mrs. Mattie
Maye Turner Buck of Philadel- Mr. and. Mrs. MURRAY SAVINGS AND LOAN

phia. While there Mrs. Floyd NEELY (Nora Speed) of Greens- ,DONE IT AGAIN! ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
brought her children, Carlton, boro, N.C., tors In the

have Larry,been Ann vacationing/and Bernard therefor, who city friends last and week.relatives After in visiting W. P. This Weekend, August 14 15 16 Reverend Graham has long
been force in
a moving our
Beach they returned to the!
the past five weeks.
were community. As a leader in the
A and T
the house*guests of Mrs: Lena. campus, where" Mur-, battle of times
coaches.J sociological our :
j ,
LatUmerw' [tH llu'
THE 5 ROYALESPLUS and a man of the cloth he Is respected -
BEVERLY ANN RICE became SEVERAL NEGRO members not only in our Imme-
of the
Mrs. James Harold Hall recent Miss Universe diate South Florida communitybut
pageant were quite chagrined also In church, business
on August 1, in Missoula; Mont. when ushers
refused to
seat and financial circles throughoutthe
Rev. Hall has served vicarof -
them in the nave of All Souls nation.
the Church of St. at
Daytona Beach. Episcopal Church, next door to He often tells the story of
the Moulin Rouge Hotel. Ush
the old man who was on his
ALBERT BETIIUNE Jr., of ers said orders from Canon THE DRIFTERSPLUS death bed when the preachercame
Taylor was to seat all
Daytona 'Beach is spending a Negroesin to see him. The preachersaid
week in the city visiting with for the Miami balcony.Beach.Sounds stronge' "Brother Jones, are you
Dr. B. H. Atkinson Jr. willing to renounce the devil-
Mr. and Mrs. EMANUEL .J The old man answered, "No, lain't.
(Josephine) WESLEYan d I don't figure I'm in any
children, Dennis and Stacy of FOR RENT Direct From Jamaica position to he making enemies!
Daytona Beach spent a few daysat "In this world," continued
the Hampton House this I JAMAICA SKA
Rev Graham "Our
week. Mr. Wesley I is an ownerof Furnished house for 1 or 2person bo on h..nhut, our eyes foot may
the Wesley Brothers Print-
Latest Dance Craze
\ should lo firmly planted on the
ers, largest Negro printing *
\' around It In firm belief
plant In the state. Josephine is PLUSCHICKIE my
an Instructor at Bethune Cook- 1371 NW 58th Street that every man, every woman
man College. and every family should have
HORNE a savings> account. It's ex Is-
MARY LOUISE THOMAS of $12 A WEEK r.. "'' Lance brings security and peaceof :
Liberty City Elementary and ,; PLUS mind. It helps us to help
son, Alfred, are enjoying; New ourselves," ho snld.
York ati the World's Fair. Best Method to Sell! FRANK DuBOISE BAND "At Franklin Federal l Saving
MIAMI HAS ITS first Negro and Loan Association" a financial -
.-A clas'aified'ad! 'hifltltiitlon
customs officer. lIe's Fred A. PLUSJOHNNY chartered by
'Cllfl( Federal Government, .unvlNrd -
ROUSE, .. by the Federal. Government -
your savings' are Insuredto
$10,000 by Hi* Federal SavIngs -
What About Wigs? PLUS mid Loan Insurance Cor

WILLENA MACK partition, n permanent agency
or the Federal/ Government

Why not consult your beautician? PLUS fere[ at Franklin Federal )'ourunfl"
( earn generous dividend'

Your beautician can give you the true SIR JOHN DANCERS"The compounded_-11/4 percent four'a year times, paid n year.and

That' over 100% greater earnIng
story. After all who should know Knight Beat the only Club you can bring your mother .power than the Interest

better than beautician? and Dad and Aunt and be BUREX pall by the Post Office."What's .
your more, at Franklin
JIS Federal: your dollars a r e al-
urnira ntrnlliViln vnn fan!
f! withdraw ; add to them whenever
you like, without red l tape
ANNOUNCINGWIGS rind It only takes a minute to

FASHIONETTE WIGSAnnounce do."I heartily recommend to my
many good friend. throughoutMonth
Florida to take thin opportunity -
to open. tlwlr. account
their clearance tale
summer featuring a
100% HUMAN HAIR at Franklin Federal Having and

10% discount on the world famous Fashion Tress WRITTEN GUARANTEE I/oun Association, a strong
federally chartered association
Wig. with rcwoiirce approachingfour
million dollar
"Make friends with the good
708 N.W. 62nd Street Miami people a t Franklin Federal -

they'll assist you In opening a

703 N.W. 4th Street Ft. Lauderdale ALL COLORS AND STYLES new savings account. You will
he delighted at the rapid

Phone 757-0121 Flip French Twist Bubble Page Boy Fluff Oliver growth your ravings account
will make as you add to It regularly -

... .e----- Included In Price anti as Franklin Federal

....-..-.... adds to It quarterly: with generous -
Budget Terms Available dividends.
"Franklin Federal Having
: Featuring the finest Fashlonette and Fashion Tress and Loan A* orhtlon I Is open
from 0.00: 'till .1:00:: dally and
Professional Licensed and Beautician
until 8:00
100 human hair made : p.m. Friday evening
Wigs % European
; ....-.----.... Our office* are located at the
{i. corner of N. W. :3rd A 1'e. and
O Natural Color loll, Street.'*

Look for the guarantee in box .- -,-
A 'tft LEARN TO DO YOUR OWN WIG It was not any treasure that
Customs officers found July 27,
t Special: Clean and Set $3.50. We also do expert service work clean and set $5.00 on the northern side. of !lCayhurlE'd
, I In the sand. All
OFFER GOOD UNTIL AUGUST 30 MIAMI BARBER COLLEGE they found were eight; barrels
containing 325 gallons of taffla
) 195 NW 14th Street a kind of cheap rum distilledfrom
FR 7.3127 molasses. The owners aro

unknown.THE .

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27th Ave. at 54th St.

NEVER CLOSED Specials Good _Thru August 15th at Weller's AG Only

Fryers FLORIDA GRADE A Ib 25c Neck Bones Ib 150DAISY

Chuck Roast Ib 351 Cheese Ib 490


Rib Roast Ib 690 Sausage 2 u> box 69c

LYKES 12 oz. pkg.

JPork Steak Ib 390 Franks 350



1 Lb 2 Oz. pjcgs. SUGARWith 5 Ib bag 290 PARKAY'PURE
BEEF STEAK 69c. *i
$5.00 Order or More Oleo/ lb. 25eMAXWELL
BEEF and PEPPER 79c.
HOUSE 10 oz. jar
CUBE STEAK 79c. INSTANT. COFFEE $1.29 Ice Cream 49c
BIRDS EYE- 10 oz. Pk.
Cut Corn 2 for 33c MILK 3 I for 450 PRODUCE
BIRDS EYE- 10 oz. Pk.
BIRDS EYE- 10 oz. Pk. for Potatoes 10 'Ibs 59c
Baby Limas 2 for 39c. 3 $1.00

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CROSSROADS "66' GAS en. Yams 3 Ihs I9c
Ga 2c off Reg. price. 10% DUc.
on all assessories. "We make your lemons hag 33c
motoring a pleasure"PILLSBURY

Choc.,White,Yellow, SUNSWEET

Cake Mixes 3 for $1.00 PRUNE/ JUICE qt bottle/ 39tBAKERITE

303 can
CREAM SlYLE CORN 3 for 49c
Shortening 3 Ib can 490 LIBBY'S -- .
303 can
PILLSBURY Plain or Self Riaing" WHOLE KERNAL CORN 3 for 49c

Flour 5 Ib bag 49c 12 oz. can-Assorted Flavors

LIBBY, .,._.,_.. 303 en. RITZ- SODAS 12 for 39c

Fruit CocktailLIBBY'S 19 We have purchased a car load of, KRAFT
46 oz. en.
Tomato t J Juice 29- "Largest in Florida"
Come in and purchase from our Mass Display

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Business College

801 N.W. 79th Street 757-3651

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Prepare Now For


Employment AS

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in these positionsoffers I J
( Salaries -- $75 and $81 per week)

OR -
.'f ; 1.
Typists are offered starting salaries of ...
+ $3,620 and $3,880 a year, depending on ." CLERK-TYPIST ; \ "
their qualifications. Starting salaries for l' C. r t d '! ..,
stenographers are $3,880 and $4,215 a '" | '\ ,,
year. (Starting Salaries -- $70 and $75 per week); ,',y

for advancement are good. You
will get within>grade raises for satisfactory o
service and if you ,dk better-than-
average work, your chances for being

salary promoted are to also at higher good. grade with' a higher Latest te/achinlg/ methods. Manual I and electric I typewriters. Famous

Government offices are well equipped easy to learn ABC Speedwriting shorthand. Keep your present .
and coworkers friendly. You will find that
the work i is interesting and a great deal job and go Ito/ school. Individual instructional help.of .
satisfaction can come from working on
programs that, affect the lives'and) well-
being of every American.

As a new employee, you will get 13 days r- - t- - -
leave each year. After 3 years you get ,
more. These are tactual work days, so 12:!
days of !leave equals.2 weeks and 3 days I MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE -"
of vacation. In addition, the Government 801 N W. 79th Street I
grants 8 holidays a year with pay. "
Miami, Florida
SPECIAL, BENEFITS I ",!.u",,"..'""_ -'.'" I
The Government offers you all the advantages Tel. 757-3651
of an up-to-date career service, I
deluding sick leave with pay', low-cos Mr Bristol:
group life and health insurance, and lib.
cral retirement benefits. I Please send me information about the Business College I

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY course preparing for Civil Service and other jobs. I am in

-All qualified! applicants: will receive I terested In ( ) Day School ( ) Night School. I
:onsideration for employment without re
gard to race, creed, color or national origin .
or sex. Nam .......,.............................,...................,.......... Age ........,,,,
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Miami Basinet College Is a private business U MT A

ftchooL H> rnnnot guarantee Civil Service job*.

We give the training to belp yon qualify. L. - ati ati ...IMiami


.. ...,. .. ....lr..JY If.I JJ'.1I'! 1Y>I>I.JY.>Y.J" EVERY TUES. NIGHT
>Y 1L>I JY 1Y..jy


New York' GroupTo ducted group tours for the past ISLAND CLUB J.w ORIGINAL AND EVERY LADIES'SUNDAY NIGHT
15 years. Mesdames Mary Peeler .
Visit Here and Hattie Jenkins have, for AFTERNOON MATINEE
the past few years, been Instru 6-9 VM.
Jamaica mental In getting tha club and 1000 N. W. 2nd Avenue
friends to travel abroad annu- 0COlIING -

Attorney Edwin Taitt will I ally. PRESENTS NEXT WEEK

leave New York on August 14 I;i The members of the groupare FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY AUGUST 14-15-16 FRI. SAT. SUN.
with of 15 to
a group persons Ethel C. Morrison, Hetty
travel to the vacation playlandsof Jackfeon, Doris Edwards, Ethel AUGUST 21 22 23
Miami, Kingston, Port Antonio I'Jenkins, Clementine Roberts and
and Nassau. On August Thomas, Charles Thomas, Patti LaBelle Blue Garnet Minis
18, 15 members and friends of Elaine Been Daphne Hayes, The
the Seven Star Social Club will Nathaniel McAdams, Vernon O -
leave New York to join the Ward, Jean Nesbitt: SImonson, % .. i COMING AUG. 28 29 30
others In Miami, Joseph SImonson, June Been, -'tJf) "
I Peggy Been, Celeste Llles, Hat- '/ '"ot.
The group will Ue the guests tie Jenkins, Virginia Grant, ( -,,
of the House until
Hampton Anna M. King, Frederick King, of
21 when will board
August they Gussie King, Anna Guarnier,
the ItS Ariadne for a 7-day Mary Peeler, Lucelia S. Hen-
i( derson, Hettie Bell, Pearl Flow
Mr. Taltt, an assistant!! Special ers, Delores Lewis, Blanche
Deputy Clerk In the New York Branch, Sarah Stewart and The
State Supreme Court has con ona Samuels.
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Centervilla Kindergarten, l


August 31, 1964 bar $g

AT 5932 N.W. 17th AVENUE q F s rY a 4
For Information Call c

61-7796 634-5867 or 696-3802 _
\..,. "-. Mr*.Ruth E.\Copeland !-supervisor t t
Certified teacher, experienced in training
young children A29


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Michael's Kindergarten and Day, Care -


Open for registration beginning Sunday, August 16 BOBBY MARSHALL, MC (FORMERLY THE
Call School MU 8-8141 Residence: MU 1-4060 TWO BIG MATINEES HARLEM SQUARE CLUB)

Individual cots for napping. Health certificate' For Reservations Call Fit 3-3488
required Certified teachers Teenage Matinee Aug. 16th 3 to 6 _............................................_---q-

Supervisor: Mrs.. Dorothy Gibson: R. N. A20 Adult Matinee 6 to 9 Dugie's Guest HouseThe

house of unusual rooms

Have YouRegi8tered I FRANCIS Open 24 hours NE 4-3851

the four month old daughter us for clean rooms
of Dorothy Lee of 1409 NW
The Let's-Get-Out-And- 65th St., was DOA at Jackson Jamaica Dugie always a
SERVICE CALLS $1.00 :ister Committee of HIaleah is Memorial Hospital on August
urging all citizens 21 years of 7. Services were held Thurs- friend
Day or Night ;age and over of Dade Countyto day, ,August 13 11 a.m., at 2941 NW 47th St. MiamiREDUCE
register now In order that Francis Funeral home Chapel. ,
We Service All Mak. of 1
they may vote during all elec- _
It's of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllngton t!
Important that. every
We Also Rent SweAting of 223 NW 13 St., died
citizen because
register every August 9, at Jackson Memorial
TV' by the week or month J:little vote helps not only our Hospital. Graveside services Lose up to 6 poundls:
ause: of freedom and peace but 'n 1SnanV l epJJ.I! PI3U.940AV{ weekly.

907 N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone mr being responsible membersn' Dr.
!, a: great community. Long
Your Silent. Salesman A
1545 S.W. 1st St.
Remember register now In
FR 4-2044
order that you may vote later. Miami Times' Classied 'Ad FR 3-2748

I New 3-Bedroom 2-bath CBS Homes FOR QUALITY

LINCOLN FEDERAL I 1-3-bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room, 2-car garage, patio HOME BUILDING
with barbecue pit, corner. Choice location. CALL -

3-bedroom; 1 bath, Fla:! room, garage.

Investment ,Inc. -3-bedroom, 1 bath, Fla. 'room, carport. Income

Seybold Building 4-bedroom property. 1 bath, Fla. room, carport. Income JiWYNNE
property. b
((136 N.E 1st Avenue) 2-bedroom, 1 bath, Fla. room, garage, hardwood

MIAMI, FLORIDA"The floor, almost new. Large lot, fruit ,trees. I

6-Lot for sale, 50x105. Nice location..
7-VA, FHA re-sales from $100 down up. .


. .1 4208 NW 7th Ave. 759.5221 HOMESi

Greatest Name Money": Open evenings Sunday 2-6 p.m. i
JE 1-6902
Offers a complete consolidation of debts and money
Custom Built Homes on
fort your lot or ours **,
:Many choice homeslte"'
HOME MODERNIZATION PLANSiFor $50 Pays All available. now

Let us help plan""
roofs, all types, aluminum windows, fences, No qualifying Vacant your new you home

aluminum awnings, aluminum sidings LOW COST BANK
Bring grocery and. move right into ,this lovely, vacant FINANCINGLicensed

corner 2-bedroom CBS, kitchen equipped) house. and Insured

Call now for free information 681-4133 Close to school, buses and shopping.
Now Available!
JOHN STERN Call Owner FR 9.7900
: 821-0326 BRAND NEW I IX1736
.c NW 49th,St.

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Bahamas ElksConvention I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FL*. I. ANNOUNCEMENT Sunlight Pall Bearers No. 100
Here SATURDAY AUGUST IS, 1964 '*'*v' t' PAGE ,p'I .".,There will be ''n Battle of on Sunday; Sept. 13, 2:30: p.m.
1 .Songs between father and son, at the Liberty Square Center,
Heading the Bahamas Elk -- .--. featuring Marvin Ludlow and 6300 NW 14th Ave. Refresh
Association In Miami Is 0 a.m, at!> Atlas Lodge on 16th 22. will
Mr. S. on Aug. WiUie T.; JPhllllps, sponsored by ments be free.
G Williams the president. He Ter. The Daughters will meet I The Bahamas Police,'..nand::, \ =i .
Is accompanied by Mrs. Wll- at the same time at Temple under:the baton of D. S. P. Morgan )-I
liams. Baptist Church. ,' will leave;,Nassau Aug. 25:.
ab 8 n.m. ''tor lead the Bahamas .
The association will conveneon Elks in the National ParadeIn ,
Sunday, August 16, by attending On Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock Miami. Aua lon Studio
worship services at 11 the Daughters will present a .
a.m.;:at Temple Baptist, Church Pageant at Greater Bethel
1723.NW 3rd AVe. At 3 p.m., AME Church on 8th St. and on
thek Civil Liberties meeting will Wednesday. 0 pm there will be Father Dudley Strachan Is
beheld) at the St. John Institutional a Grand Ball at the Blrdland visiting San Salvadore and Grand Opening Special
Baptist Church, 1328 NW Ballroom at the Mary Elizabe'h Rum Cay for two weeks.
3rd Ave. / Hotel, NW 2nd Ave. and .
7th St. This will culminate the Harold S. Brown, chief cantorof SUNDAY, AUGUST 16
The menwill hold:their business activities of the association,
session .Monday, Tuesday, but the delegates will remain St. Agnes Church In Miamiis AT THEIR NEW LOCATION
and in Miami for the Elks National spending a few days in Nassau -" .. .
,#Wednesday; 'beginning .
.. at Convention which "
I II convenes I i as guest of T. : .
'IJ 62nd ST.
720 N.W.
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DISC JOCKEYSPRFSEN1 ;Often I ,'..goon, I'; until. August. 23 PL 4-3211

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The James Brown Show. ", ;


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"Out of Sight" "Baby Don't You Weep"MR.


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Blossom Roof Cleaning SEALINGPAINTING and Painting Company.

James Brown Deluxe supreme job contracted with Blossom this
week means cleaning sealing and two coats of
paint. Our paint has a 2-year complete guarantee
against anything and a 5-year warranty. We use
AN only pure DuPont Vinyl on your roof.
Why take the chafhce( get some handy man on your
roof. That rlsjk sometimes costs you twice the price.If .
you call Blossom, who has all ,the best and latest
equipment, licensed and insured, experienced) in roof
17 cleaning, scaling and painting. You will be assuredof
Monday August a satisfied job u low as $35 down and $10 week

with no interest charges.No .
$600 loan shark no red tape at all. You pay direct
to Blossom Roof Company. For free estimatescall
9 P.M. UNTIL 6339914.



583 NW 47th Terrace

....-.._........ )f..,.., ......, 'U.Beautiful. CBS home tile roof, dining room. FHA
t' .. .':'t") ....poreii'f; ,garage, wall to wall carpeting 2 ah conditioner
.. !., $300 down, FHA terms.
Advance Tickets-$2.00 At Door; $2:0 564 NW 45th StreetCBS

home tile roof Fla. room, carport. Lovely street,

: ,_, ,. .SaM .... 4 Tickets on Sale at Usual Places city sewers. $300 down $75 month
;; .... ..'..4.rri... r. "", N 354 NW' 43rd Street

i .. ,, ;,'1'., ..: f f Y f'. i ALSO FEATURING months bedroom FHA, 2 $300 bath/ CBS down tile roof, Flu porch. $63.36
Drive by the following, then see Edison

:;iEliie Mae .The Famous Flames 549 NW 47th Terrace

,_ 4bedrwpm' furnished CBS. Garage, carport, $250
down FHA). $11,000 total'
:fro '::.. ...ttJ, ,:n..M.J. t .. t '. *
: W ;
# ......!oo ..J' ". I 565 NW 44th Street .
r ; CBS; lle;Voof, Fla. porch, garage, city sewers $300

James .:Crawford .Bo *yBrd ; down FHA.. '
f, ,. :r :: ,_561 NW 41.t Street
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Baptists Prepare to Attend National Convention in Detroit

A special chartered Trailway by the Women's Stag Conven- seeing and many other Inter- the number of persons neces- FLORIDA SCENE OB
bus will leave Miami at 10 tion of Florida, Mirs. Marie esting features as the bus sary tp Insure this special trap(* 1905 CONVENTIONThis

p.m., on September 6, for Detroitto White and Mrs. Irene P. Wilder' moves along the beautifully new portatlon.Mrs. .
attend the National Baptist were appointed as co-chairmen highway White huge gathering of iJap-,
Convention. Only 37 seats are by President Holley with the Mary Frances tlsts will convene and hold its
available and several have already firm approval of Rev. J. A. F. Rev. Thedford Johnson, pas- dynamic church worker is busy 1965 convention in Jacksonville.
been sold and reserva- Finlayson, chairman of trans- tor of St. John Baptist Church soliciting passengers with the
tions should be made immedi- portation committee of Florida. Rev. Bradley of Mt. Carmel complete fare. Mrs. Lula Moran Make reservations now for
to and Rev C. J.. Burney on New the oncoming convention when
ately secure
space. This trip promises to be en- Providence are cooperating in has been appointed as a coordinator the hue will arrive In Detroit

This trip Is being' sponsored joyable. There will be sight- helping the women to asqulre Sept. 8 and leave Sept. 13.

I Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter

Our service was very inspiring -
TRANSFIGURATION Sunday with the Rev. Williams -

Fr. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., Vicar of New Providence delivering -

9v the morning sermon
The schedule of service has
and our pastor delivered the
j' been changed back to Ms nor- evening sermon.
mal hour. There will be solemn

sung mass and sermon at 9:30: The members of No. 1 usher
4t a.m., church school will follow W board with Deacon B. T Smartas
r Immediately. president wishes to thank

the many friends for their cooperation -
We wish to thank everyone
in making the Sum-
who in Dedi-
participated our
mer Tea a success. Special
cation and Patronal Festival
thanks to Sis
activities. This the glorious
Marie Freeman who was at her
in the life of the
moment ---
best delivering a most wonderful -
church. You are cordially Invited -
to worship with us at PROVIDENCE CHURCH SALTER'S CHAPEL message as everyone know
she could.
a ,b tg it4t anytime.On Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Sunday, 7:30: a.m. at Virginia

Monday, August 10, our Sis Claudia, Wilson, reporterWe Flossie Marshall, reporterIt Beach we will have baptismal

"t priest's wife, Julie Clarke, celebrated are grateful to God for was such a warm beautiful service. Hope you can be t'lere'
., a birthday. Toward this to hear our pastor deliver a
grace. He has showered on service throughout the( dayat
event the entire Clarke familywas us. We thank Him for His many Salters Chapel beginningwith sermon from the water.'
honored with a luncheon at Come to church, have your
4'A blessings. We had wonderful the Sunday School. In the
IJ the Coral Gables Junior Restu- time throughout the day Sun- 11 o'clock service we had the spirit lifted.

rant, host the Rev. Theodore R. day, beginning with the con- most (gracious pleasure of hav-
Gibson, rector of Christ Church. secration hour at 5 a.m., in the ing to worship with us. St. Matthews Freewill
Pastor Washington Other birthdays celebrated this morning. The auxiliary board No. 1 of 2014 NW 5th Court
week: Bernard Moncur also Au Bethel AME Church Mrs. Ma-
In ConcertThe gust 10. Willie Miller, August Sunday evening at 3 p.m., tilda McPhee, president. Everyone For there is not a just man
9 and Diana Johnson, August 11. the pastor will deliver the message enjoyed their and upon earth that doeth good, and
Rev. Wm. Washington Members on the sick list and for the Pastor's Aid Un- presence sinneth not. Ecc. 7:20.:
hope they come.
will appear in a voice recital on hospitalized are Mrs. Hattie ion, which will be held at the Service was high Sunday, all
Sunday August\ 23 at 5 o'clock Bowman; Jackson, Jackson Me New Hope Baptist Church, Au Such warm spirit that they day. The pastor was at h i s
The Rev. Washington is being New morial; Mrs. Sylvester (Fred- gust 16. The members of the brought with them. May the best. We had a fine time In the
his church
presented: by The concert will rick) Bruton, Magnolia and Sha union will be looking forwardto Lord for ever bless them. Lord. You are welcome to wor-
take place at the church which' ron Johnson at home. Your seeing you there. The pastor brought a wonder. ship with us at all times.
The No. 1 usher board wishesto
is located at 915 NW 62nd St. prayers and presence are re- ful message from the 27th Ps.
Remember our sick list vis- thank '''their friends
The Rev. Washington is wide- quested. for the morning that put our many
exceptional It them and render your services minds to thinking in these along with with Rev. Davis andchurch
known as an
ly ; where it is needed. ThisIs for theIr anal
church singer as well as a dynamic NEW BETHEL CHURCH days.A
preacher. Rev. Ernest Williams, pastorOn mission. Give a word of en- church service was held versary a success.
During the Christmas season courgement to ,those that are Saturday night, sponsored by
the Rev. Washington appearedin Sunday, August 10, the grleed over the loss of their Sis. Margaret Johnson. It wasa Our revival meeting Is now
the operetta "Amahl And youth of New Bethel will loved onee.Youth fellowship meeting. If you In progress. We are having a
The Nb at the St. observe their annual Youth were not there, you missed all good time. Our guest minister
... _
Lutheran is Rev. L. C. Hines of Waycross,
James Church of So- Day program. At the 11 a.m. Day At !n the evening service a
Gables. Here he received a tre- service the speaker will be Miss guest minister brought; the Ga. Come and hear this wond- i
mendous ovation in the role of Gloria Hyler of the Churchof Antioch message to us about a job. He derful man of God. I
Kasper. God True Holiness on NW was Rev. Collins. He preachedout Rev. J. B. Woodley, pastor

The Rev. Washington studIedvoIce 67 St. Miss Hyler is a 1955 Sunday will be Youth D ay. of his soul. Sis Cleretta CarlIs, clerk

at Dlllard University and graduate of Dorsey High The children, under the guidance After service the delegates,
Florida A and M University before School, a licensed nurse and a of their directress, are well Mrs. Annie Lee Gunter, Miss BEREA BAPTISTRev.
entering the ministry. student at Miami Dade Junior prepared to present to us the Muriel Ward, Miss Carolyn
However he has continued to College majoring in sociology.The church of tomorrow. They will William: made their departuresfor J. Toles pastor
give musicals throughout the evening speaker Is New start off with Sunday School the Tri-State meeting In
southland.The Bethel's Jacksonville along with the The Berea Baptist Church
own Margaret Rahm- and close out with evening ,
public is cordially Invit- ing, 1964 graduate of North- worship. The morning speaker pastor Mrs. H. J. Benson.. May would like to thank our many
ed ito attend this great concert. western High. Miss Rahming will be Gwendolyn Jones and their trip be a pleasant one. friends for coming out to wor-
Charles Rogers will accompanythe is a very active member of the evening speaker will be Everyone enjoyed the picnic ship with us. The Lord Is real-
Rev. Washington. her church. She plans to attend Lillie Mae Jones. I ''given by the Sunday School ly blessing us here. I

FAMU this fall majoring Wednesday on the beach. Sunday which was our Communion !
The directresses Sis.
are .
Ushers Federation In professional nursing.
day was very high in
Viola Summersett, Sis. Eliza-
Union SundayThe The public Is invited to. attend beth Brown, Sis. Lillie M. Ross, ST. MATTHEWS A. O. spirit, Our pastor really preached
services. The youth director Sis. Gladys Robinson and Dea- Fr. Stafford J. Sweeting, priestOn from his heart both Sunday

monthly union of the Mrs. Irene Brown, pro con Roy Ross. These people are Monday, August 3, His morning and night. And thoseof
Ushes' Federation Association mises a very spicy programand to be commended for the Eminence Gladstone St. Clare you who were there miss-
will be held Sunday August 16 the youth bid you welcomeon splendid job that they are doing Nurse, Primate of the American ed a big treat.
at 3 p.m. t First Baptist. this special day.MACEDONIA with our youth.At Province of the African ortho- Sunday evening the Pastor'sAid
Church, 700 NW 22nd Ave. dox Church was welcome to Mission will meet here In
Opa-locka. BAPTIST 3 p.m. the Deacon and Miami by the Archbishop of the behalf of Berea. The president, :
An interesting and elaborate Deaconess Boards will observe Southern Jurisdiction clergy- Sis. Jolly Is asking everyone to i
program$ has been planned for Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor your enjoyment. Willie 'J*- Beard, reporter for the occasion Is Rev. O. W. Miami's International airport. cause.
You are always Invited to at- 3165 NW 56th Street Foster. Sunday August 0 His Emi-
tend. This Saturday the Pastor's celebrated The Miami Choral Group will
nence the 8:30
E. Ramsey Is presi- Services on last Sunday were : a.m. give an after service
Deacon Aid Club sponsors a Pie Sale at Divine Liturgy att( St. Peter'sCathedral. programthis
dent; ,Willie J. Beard, assistant high and well-attended. The the home of Sis. V. Summer- The Patriarch Peter Sunday nightSis
secretary and Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor was In charge. sett. ,
IV and the Primate visited St. Toles Is vacationing in-
pastor. The Pastor's Aid Club wishesto Also Saturday night at the Matthew's Church at the 11 a.m. Thomaston, Ga. with her mother. -
". NEW HOPE BAPTIST ported thank them everyone in the Union.who sup parsonage the len's Day com- service. We tare asking the church to
mittee will have a sale. The Rev. Mr. Stafford J. pray for her 'that she might
E. Sims Special thanks ,to Rev. C. H. -
Rev. W. pastor have safe .1'
a trip. Pray for the
A. L. Stephens, reporterThe SmiMi!! of Jordan Grove for delivering Tuesday night will be the Sweeting vices celebrated. After ser- sick and shuMns.
services were spiritually the message.On Federation program. Rev. W. flhe two top prelates of
high throughout the day Sun- Sunday at 3 p.m. we will D. Daniel will bring the mes- the African Orthodox Church
celebrate church's second were received with
delivering our The will open arms
day, with Rev. C. Reeves A sage. majorettes sing 'I'' members A. L. and Rev. J. MB.
the morning annIversary. grand time is and the No. 1 ushers will serve. by and friends of St. Shipp
in store for eveyone who Matthew's.His Woodley to a pack audience
j A grand time and was had commend on Sun- attends. The public Is Invited to any Eminence, Mrs. Nurse Beginning Monday night,

day night Marvin we Ludlow the of our services. Pray for and and daughter left for Nassau August 10 Rev. Rogers of Mt.
Brother GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. visit the sick. Tuesday where they will con- Olivette Baptist Church of
I sponsor of the musical pro tinue their extended vacation South Miami will conduct a ten-
gram. We thank each and every W. F. Savoy pastor before returning to Baston. night revival service. If
that make 6895 NW 14th Ave. ,
of helped
one you
Srvices for St. Matthew's are In need of a clear walk
the program a success, and a Our'text for Sunday morning: 6700 N. W. 14th Ave. Church are being held at Bain's with your maker come out to
special thanks to odd for the "In that day ye shall ask me Rev. Almus I,, Shipp, Pastor Funeral Home, Douglas Road, this revival and bear what
participants. Coconut Grove. The public Is God has to through their
You are cordially Invited to nothing, Verily I say unto you August 3-14 was Revival. say
4. attend the Pastors Aid Union if ye shall ask anything of the The Rev. Badgett of Jackson- Invited to come and worship great leader.
will It with this growing congregation The church Is the Temple of
Father He give to
ville the minis-
this Sunday, at 3 p.m., Rev. C. was preaching In a
progressive community Spiritual inspiration and whoso
in name.-John 16:23.: who
will deliver the my ter. Those missed him.
J. Burney mes- this and
missed and every Sunday. You are ever will can enter these
J sa This Sunday evening the truly a gospel man always welcome. wall
Please plan to attend revival the wonderful messages he de-
pastor will be guest lecturerfor Deacon' Willie Gipson and
services, beginning Monday I a college group at the Pres- livered. MT. CARMEL BAPTISTMarie Deacon Sheffield are the dele-
night, August 17, through the byterian Church of Miami Choir No. 1 extends words of ; gates to attend the National
I 28. The Great Evangelist is the Springs, Rev Pauly Vestal, thanks to the heavenly stars i Hodge, reporter Baptist Convention. We always.
Rev. K. S. Wilson; pastor ofMt. pastor. for rendering an excellent' after 225 NW 14th TerraceA take time to pray a speefal

Morlah Missionary Baptist service program along with the high spirted prayer week prayer for the sick and shut-
J Church, Winter" Park, Florida. Rev. Savoy's subject will "be Gospel Key Notes. was conducted at Mt. Carmel, ins. To be able to work In the
J IH; Visitors are always welcome "Christ and Race Relations. ending with a big feast on last harvest start In the Sunday
,, { to worship with us. No. one Let us always rejoice and New Mt. Morlah's Sunday Sunday at which time soul stirring School We sure hope to see
Usher Board will be there to serve the Lord with thanks- School anniversary will con- sermons were delivered by you there each Sunday with

j greet you this Sunday. giving. vene Sunday, August 30. Rev. Bell of Oakland Park, Rev. your children.







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"< ""' New School Won't Be
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14 I'I a "," ': Ready For Aug. 31

I > '" OpeningThe

new Charles R. Drew
Elementary School located at
'"" 1775 NW GO St., will not be
,. ready for the opening of schoolon
August' 31, Dr. Joe Hall,
': superintendent,of public schools,
,, F announced.
-'": Construction problems have

a r a t ../ held up completion this school
and It Is hoped It will be ready

jJ $, SAN ANTONIO, Tex.AIrman for pupils early In the fall
Robert:" L. McGrlff, son of term. In the meantime pupils
Mr.and Mrs. Robert McGriff of who have been assigned to this

3326 Charles Ave., Miami, Fla., Airman Brown will attend a school will go to the schools
has completed the first phaseof they attended last year until
his Air Force basic military course for aircraft maintenance the Drew school Is ready.
MT. CALVARY CHURCH tnanX. each and everyone who training at Lockland AFB, Tex. specialists at Amarlllo AFB, Some 000 pupils In the Liber
helped to make his first anniversary
Rev. S. Atchison pastor Tex. ty City, Orchard Villa, Floral
Constance Carter a success. Words can- Airman McGrlff has been selected ,. Heights and PoInciana Park
reporter -
not express our sincere gratip for technical -
training as schools, who were
On behalf of our beloved as- elementary
tor, Rev. Samuel Atchison, his tude. Special thanks Is also giv- a protection specialist at an Air -: assigned to Drew are affected.
adoring wife and nine God- en to our visiting churches for Training Command (ATC) They will be grouped together -
blessed children, we would like their splendid cooperation. To school at Greenville AFB, Miss. In their old schools under
His new unit Is part of the teachers assigned to Drew In
to take this opportunity to our visitors: You are always
vast ATC system which trains S order to facilitate the move to
airmen and officers In the diverse the new school upon completion -*
skills required by the
nation's .
Mt. Hermon Men I Church of The Open Door aerospace force. '"
," During the week of August
..Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor The airman Is a 1964 graduate ... 21, cards will be sent to Drew
Raise $3,713"Men A. E. McNeal, reporter I of G. W. Carver High s4 ,&\ pupils telling them where to
of Conviction" was the Members and friends of the School. < report the first day of school.
theme of the Seventh Annual Open Door are enjoying ser- w Mrs. Charlotte F. Clark prln

Men's Day at Mt. Hermon AME vices In their beautiful air-con. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Two clpal of the new Drew Elementary -
ditIoned church. We wish to School will be temporarilybased
Church. The
men really proved thank our friends for Miami, Florida men are being t t at the Liberty City Elementary
their conviction by having a assigned to new bases to attend -
helping us with our Souvenir 1 School.Musical .
very successful day. In the tcclmicial courses follow- ; \ .1
service the Booklet which was a success f.ap > .
morning congrega- ful effort. ing completion of their: Initial I a4 x a. Sr. !.d -"
tion was electrified with a very U. S. Air Force basic military Tea
from the Our minister and his wife, Dr Airman Alexander will attend -
Insiprlng sermon presiding training at Lackland AFB, Tex,
elder of the Miami District and Mrs. Henry C. McDowell, They are Airman Herbert L, a course for vehicle main. I There will be a tea at the
Rev. F. A. Allen. Music are spending the month of Au Brown III, son of Mrs. Mo-: tenance specialists at Chanute home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
rendered male gust at Chautauqua, N. Y., Dr E. of 1680 NW 68 St.
was by our own rence E. Harrell of J1235 Madison AFB, Ill Barr ,
choir and guest male choir McDowell Is giving a series of St., and Airman Edward Sunday, August 23, at 4 p.m.,
from the St. Paul AME Church. lectures on his experiences In Alexander Jr. son of Mr. and The airmen are 1901 gradu- for the benefit of St. Anne s A.
Africa, and some of "the out- ,
The afternoon service Senior 0. Church.
was Mrs. Edward Alexander of ates of Mays High
standing personalities he knew
conducted by the St. James Canon O. Barr rector
10110 SW 170 St. School. ,
there. Many of whom are In
AME Church with Rev. J. B.
Blacknell In charge. This wasa the news today. As we know

very spiritual service. Re- the Chautauqua educational .II-N.
freshments were served after- lectures are well-known, Inter ; t:
wards. nationally. The McDowell's planto
combine a much needed vacation -
The evening speaker was Dr with the series of lea .
G. W. Hawkins who gave another -
Inspiring message. The On Sunday, August 10, Rev ;
i Which of these
$3,713.36.day ended by raising a total of Joseph Patterson, one of Miami's -

own sons> and pastor of \
Mr. Daniels, the cochairmanwon the congregational church in
the title of "Mr. Mt. Her- Winston-Salem, N. C., will are the best tools
mon" by raising more money preach for us.
than Mr. Smith, the chairmanof We' of the Open Door look forward
Men's Day. Both men did n to our annual visit of for washing dishes?
wonderful Job. Rev and Mrs. Joseph Patterson -
while they visit with their
DAY SPRING CHURCH mother, Mrs. Pearl Pattersonand
Rev William Slater, pastor brother Dr. W. A. Pattersonand
2991 NW 62nd Street family. Friends are Invit- Or

The congregation was very! ed to hear Rev. Patterson at
pleased with the recovery and 'the 11 a.m. service on Sunday.
presence' our pastor. Knowing -I' Mr. Lawrence (Larry) T. Yeo 0s
that the prayers of the! a native of Boston, Mass, anda
righteous prevailed much, we I theological student at Duke
thank all those who prayed for! University Is acting as assistantto
him. We also thank those who Dr. McDowell, for the sum-
visited him while he was hos 'mer. His message on last Sun-
pitalized.The day, This Business of Prayer' -
I was an Inspiration to all. He
dynamic minister
stirred the hearts young and souls of will be our speaker August 23
the audience as he deliveredthe and 30, plan to hear him.
Our daily Vacation Church
message of God. The Rev.
EuUinks the School was quite successful.
was evening speak- -
er cttiuspiritual nntl li U*.u\Ab.%tl rrK.t... ts I.U us gnat h e r I The following persons served
treat. on the staff: Mr. Clifford Matthews -
(Supt., of Church School)
The church Is working tire- Mr.' Lawrence T. Yeo, Mrs.
lessly toward Its pastor's anniversary Eneida Mlchelson, Mrs. Willie
scheduled for the first, Mao Murray, Mrs. Elizabeth ,
Sunday In September. We are Telly, Mrs. Earlene Cllettc, Miss
also looking forward to the Lattie Cromatie, Mrs. Mary
Ministers and Deacon's- Union 1 In Woods, Mrs. Mae C. Brown,
Oakland Park Aug. 29. Miss Wilson Brown, Miss .
The Rev. Slater will be i In, Sandra A. Fox, Mrs. Connie ,
charge of morning service Williams, and Mr. SummerHutcheson
there. III. Their services -
Friday night, August there, were gratefully appreciated
will be a Battle of Songs pro- Friends and visitors are always '
gram sponsored by the No. 2 welcome. None of m.
choir. Saturday Aug. 15 a bar-
becue banquet will be held TEMPLE BAPTISTThe
with the No. 1 choir In charge. Bahamas Association of l
Won't you come out and visit the Improved Benevolent Protective !'Q >Certainly not No. 1-It should never be plunged Into hot; sr.-J'

with us on these occasions and Order of Elks of the : dishwater. Nos. 2 to 10? Throw 'em away. Then A. Drop food
during regular World hold will Its worship Lodge at of Templeand Sorrow waste Into an electric waste disposer. B. Put dirty dishes, pots

ZION HOPE BAPTIST Sunday during the 11 a.m. ser- and pans into an automatic electric dishwasher. C. Go spend some time I 1

5129 NW 17th Ave. vice. The, Daughter Elks will with your family. Reddy Kilowatt will scrub, wash sanitize and dry your \

Rev. P. Freeman, pastor hold their daily sesselon there dishes far better easier and cheaper than you ever could using hands and .
Monday through Wednesday,
Church services were spIritually while the men 'will meet at Atlas other obsolete dishwashing .'tool.'.. And with the new low electric rates,

high all days Sunday., Temple on 10th Terrace. he'll do it at little or no extra cost See your electric appliance dealer or
There will be a Turn About service ;
The male chorus will sponsor plumbing contractor :
Wednesday night August --- ;
a tea Sunday 4 pjn. at the I'r
19, at the church in behalf of home of Deacon and Mr*. Alfred
Usher Board No. 1 and Choir Dean 558 NW 19th St. Friends
No.2. Rev. Andrew Jackson are Invited. 7INJ""tlfsst/I9'fi1m. v h
will be delivering the message.
We're asking everyone to come Brother Charles Ambrose laBtlll .' ..NOW CtteAPElt THAN BVKfl I
out and help put the programover. In the Veterans:Hospital In I '4f"
The pastor Is urging all Coral Gables. We pray for his '
members to attend all weekly speedy recovery. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY : 't-tJ,

meetings and don't forget the, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Darling .., .. .'4*.
sick and all shut-Ins. returned this week from their
welcome. vacation In the Bahamas.

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CARDS MEMORIALS. DEATHSTHE In loving$ memory of my dear Broward

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BLE, 2031 N.W. 67th St., dleti I nyWalbec .

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAM at home August 6. Her sur- Bowe '
vivors are husband, George; # X54
family of the late In loving memory of -our dear two daughters, Misses Earline T
MRS. ESSIE EDWARDS mother and daughter, Watson and Regina Gamble; 1 h

acknowledge with grateful appreciation son, Willie D. Watson, and 2 The South Broward County
all kind expressionsof w sisters. Services were held VFW :;Post 8195 will hold Its
sympathy. Sincere thanks to a Monday 4 p.m. at the churchof regular, meeting, Sunday, Aug.
our friends, neighbors 'and God in Faith, Elder Smith, 16 at 5 a.m. at Bowe's Barber
1 church co-workers. pastor, with burial in Evergreen /shop, 4444, S.W. 17th St., West

': Special thanks to the Rev. Fr. ,Hollywood. Members, please be
I Lambert L. Sands, Rector of St., AMtL .- ,present. WUUur C.; Jenkins,

., ,Agnes Episcopal Church, and RANDOLPH D. WASHINGTON Commander. ,
to Bethel-Williams Funeral Miami Beach Jitney driver d..rI ,.'r. -
Home, for their wonderful services for many years popularly The 'Carver Ranches Fire De-

; known as, Buster died i at partment new truck arrived
.' Muriel Davis and Emerald home, 1900 N.W. 154th St., Opa this week. It Is really a fine
; Gardner, sisters Locka, August 5. Services were machine, fully equipped. Regular
., ., held Tuesday 2 pm. at St. meeting of the department
.' i Luke Bapt. Church, Rev.P. W. will be held Monday, Aug. 17,

IN MEMORIAM Williams, pastor,;: He is survived ALICE HOOKS at the Chamber of Commerce.
by his wife, Ruth; a step- Building.
: In sad but loving memory of daughter; 3 brothers and 6 who departed this life August .-. -
our beloved husband and brother sisters including Mrs. Ada Mae 6, 1963. Comrade George Nelson Is on

Thompson of Miami.CARLtby "Yet you're gone, but the the sick list at the Veterans
-" love and sweet memories In Hospital In Coral Gables. He

} BRIDGEWATER, our hearts still linger on. reported last week he Is doing

young ,son.:of Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Thompson, sister fine.
,s Clyde Bridgewater., of 14261 Melvin Thompson, nephew .-. -
NW 23rd Pl., Opa Locka, died Mae Thompson, Twylea Joel Richardson underwentan
at home August '1.r Graveside [ Wearen and, Mae Alice operation Monday at Me-

:MARJORIE SANDS, NJLLs:. services at Eyergreen,, J were, Berry nieces, ""I., .'.. morial Hospital In Hollywood.
held at 12 noon: Saturday, f, t',tihl' 'JI.! SP"' ." --:...;;. .-..:..;... -'
who departed this life August I
Mr. and Mrs. Days
sg 13, 1961.
WALTER JACKSON, 1987 spent their vacation last weekin
Three have dear Free Chest X-Rays
years passed; N.W. 155th St., Opa Locka, died Georgia.
mother, since God has called in Jackson Mem Hosp. Aug. 6. .
home to be with Him In AvailableFree
you his wife Elizabeth
Surviving are The Freeway Handicap Lea-
heaven, and around the snow
'white throne, God knows how ; 1 son; 2 brothers and 1 chest x-rays will be ,gue ends its summer howling
sister. Services were conducted session Thursday night Aug. 13.
much we miss you, never shall available on the ChristmasSeal
fade loving In the Liberty City chapel Mobile Chest X-Ray Unitof Team standings will come out
your memory ,
thoughts shall always wonderto Tuesday at 4 p.m. with Rev. the Dade-Monroe Tubercu- next weekend. Last week'sstanding

I the spot where you were Jas. A. Grisby. officiating.. losis and Respiratory Disease : Newbold's TV, ffirst
: laid. Association, for all Dade Cou- place Sweets' Building, second;
Beatrice Sands, mother MR CHARLIE HENDER ty residents 18 years of age and Bowe's Barber Shoo No. 1, third
And 'the Children SON, 2754 N.E. 192nd St. No. over, at the following locations: Bowe's Barber Shop No.1.
Miami Beach, died i at homeAug. third: Clover Leaf Sports Shop,

10. Among his survivorsare Thursday_ Hours_: 1.00: p.m.. fourth: Bowe's. Barber Shop No.
IN MEMORIAMIn his wife, Mrs Ruby Hen- i.uu; p.m. ana o.uu: p.m. .uvpmFriday's 2, fifth; Wrights Construction,
derson; 3 sons; 1 brother; a Hours: 8.00; a. m. sixth.

sad, but loving memory of granddaughter and grandson; 2 11:00: a.m. and 12.00; Noon -
AMOS TURNER my mother daughters-in-law. Services will 3.00; p. m.Monday. ERRATUMIn
Who departed this life Aug 8, MRS MARTHA SMITH be held Sunday 2 pm. at the! article announcing the
1962. It has been two years who departed this life August Shady Grove Bapt. Church 5th August 17, 1964 death of Mrs. Elizabeth
Ave. and
N.W. 8th Street
} since you went away, But we 20, 1944. Gone, but not forgotten. with burial In Hallandale. Across from Merlin's Lounge, Wheeler, published in last
weeks Issue of the Miami Times.
never forget, always remem- 18 1964
Tuesday August
r ber how kind and good you Mary Clark, Daughter Hours, for both days: 1:00: The names of Janice Jones Howard -
RANGE and little Eileen Jones,
were. ., .
p. m. 4.00; p. m. and 5:00: p.m. granddaughters were inadvert-

We loved you so much hut 8.00; p. m. ently omitted.
Jesus loved you best. Friday, August 21, 1964 -
Cth Court died 6. Mr.
Unit Will Be Closed t
Fannie Turner Wife family of the late-
Walker, a native of Dothan, Ala.
Matilda Gouldin, Sister AUSTIN DELEVOE had lived In Miami since 1911. REV. LAURA
Charlotte Jordon, Aunt wish to express hearty thanksto
He Is survived son
by a Capt.
the many friends for telegrams officer MISS ELEANOR WILSON, Spiritualist, Reader and
AlvIn Walker Jr., an In
of 1529 NW 50th St., died Au-
floral pieces and cards Advisor
the three
Army; daughters, gust 12. Eleanor the 16yearold -
during Uereavement. ,
Mesdames Alva Hill Rosa L.
and Healing and blessings to
i Special thanks to the neigh- daughter of Mr. Mrs.
Rolle and Gloria Walton both
bors of 5th Robert Wilson and a student at God's Powers
place, his pastor, ,
1 of New York 11 child-
loving of dear ;
memory Rev. H. V. Stuart Northwestern Sr. High School,
mother and mem- ren and a dear friend, Mrs. One visit will convince you
bers of St. Mary's W. M. Is survived by her parents;: two
Julia Simmons. Services held that Rev. Laura will help
sisters Evelyn
Church j; the Deaconess Board Mrs. Moore,
No. Tuesday at St. Mark's Mission and Romania Wilson brothers through her of
and 1 choir of Temple : two you power
} Baptist Church, Pall Bearers' ary Baptist Church. Robert Jr., and Ronnie; her blessings.

4kV Lodge and the Francis ,Fun- ''grandparents Mr. and Mrs. DONATIONS ONLY
eral Home. Israel Preston; and Mrs. Mary
Mrs. Louise Wilson and Willie and UN 6.5882
Delevoe, wife of 2520 NW 159th Ter- Curry;
The several aunts and uncles. Ser-
Family 612 71st Street
race, died August 9. Mrs Williams -
vices Monday at 2 at the
a native of Facevllle
Greater New Macedonia Bap- Miami Beach
Qa. had beentrreeWent MiamI
IN MEMORIAMIn tist Take L bus
t since 1939. Her survivors Church. I IIr
include her husband Archie
loving memory, of our beloved ,
three sisters, Mesdamea f.Mattie rI
grandson and brother, Lee White, Mozell Caldwelland GOOD BARGAIN EASY TERMSLOT
Zeffer Lee Fulmore; two

A brothers, Leroy and R. J. Richardson 50 132
a host of nieces and x

I nephews. Services Saturday at Zoned for business with partially buildl-
II I 4 p.m. at New Bethel Baptist ] completed

1, Church with the Rev. W. K. ing. Located. 1700 block: !Ali-Baba, _Ave., Opa-locka:
Smith officiating. c;. I gLow _
I Prill
*.,- $3,500

SPRY R. DAVIS of 1444 NW

1st Ave., died August 11. Mr. Carl K. Boyer,I Realtor
Davis, a native of Cambridge,

Mass., was a widely known PL .9-8561
and respected member of .
community. He had lived in

wino'departed this life Aug. 18, Miami since 1924 when he mov-
1963."Yet you are gone, but the ed here from Baltimore. Active -
love and sweet memories In our In many civic and social
hearts still linger on. organizations, Mr. Davis 'was a emnrinI
member of, the,St.,John's Insti- 1liinrolu 'nrh

May she rest In peace and tutional Baptist Church for 33
eternal light shine upon her. years. He was president of
Mrs. Rosa! Kendrick and Pall bearers Lodge No: 5, president HAS Pre Dterment nit of 8 graye' ,, spaces or less
c family of a local chapter of the

.r I Love and Charity Association, ALSO Immediate. single grave space, intermentWe
E and --a' ember" of the Masonic -.:,.

IN MEMORIAM family. His survivors Include are not full and weare still,doing business
his wife, Louise, four 'eons H ..

I In sad, but loving memory of WILLIAM E. SAUNDERSwho Richard, George Alfred andWilliam Open six days ,a \veek. : to: serve you
our dear mother, passed ; Daughters; Mmes. -
suddenly on
away Evelyn Taylor Robinson Commonly known Dr. Pharrs
i Dorothy as Cemetery
August 9, 1961.
Betty\ Spence Drexel
If life be long' I will be glad *
t. t
Who departed this llffe August that I may long obey : Chapman and a sister.; Services grandchildren satur-; 3001 NW 46th Street NE 44197E.
Il' 13, 1963. May she rest In peace If short yet why should I-1*
dayfat- at the St. John'sInstitutional
f ': and light perpetual, shine upon sad, to soar /to endless day. p.m.' Baptist Church,

f1' her. Mrs. Carrie Saunders, wife with Rev. Thedford Johnson Johnson, Manager Home phone OX 1.9199

Norris Wallace Son And Children officiating. Masonic rites will
Janet Wallace, Daughter-in- Mrs. Mary Saunders, be held in the chapel at 8 p.m. ,.. J: A15-19

law Mother and Family Friday.


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MEN OR WOMEN as counselors ... SATURDAY AUGUST 15 1964 PAGE 13
LIVE RENT FitEX' beautiful to prospective students for d-I'-< K,, ,
CBS duplex,' like new 2-bed-.. private buaitiess co lege. MUst ROOM on bus nd j Jitney lines. r
rooms each side. $450 down arid be ma'iure. Prefer college! train- elderly $iadyr preferred, 0x '*The* Harlems of' Mike, will discuss "The Har
monthly payhients of $d5 is so Ing. For appointment call Mr. 1-169W( fr ,,' "- lems of America" next Sunday
low that the reht from one Bristal, 373-4693. America" is evening from 7 to 0 p. m. Guest
side will pay It all. Life Iteal- I LOVELtf',Irbedrootn home, big Topic on will be Edwin Tucker and
tv Broker, 4932 NW 7th AVe. MASTER BARBER IJberty fenced yard. $20 Week, small Joseph Korvlck.
PL. 9-4371, open evenings and City Areas If able to process family will apply rent -to Open MikeHendrlk As usual, the program will ;
Sundays. good: hut tilt necessary. NE purchase If desired NE 5-5660. come LIVE?' from HAMPTON .
5-4071)) A15 J. Herns, on Open, HOUSE
I ,
bedroom CBS In heart.of' Manor MATURE PERSON to live in and 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. I
Park Tile"roof, trsle'wIn-- ,care for semi-Invalid mother, Miami's newest and finest, now BEST, BUYS IN TOWN
dows, 'fenced, yard carport Interested persohj call NE. renting for Sept. 1, occupancy,
Price Is only $10,2 down and $63 month. Life'Real- EXPERIENCE or 633-2891.
tv Broker, 4932 NW '7th Ave grocery clerk. '"I 220 N.W. 48th Street t
PL 9-4371, open Suhdays.-- J' ( ence3OXn19544.with NEW 2-BEDROOM duplex apts.
"(J :t refe $25 week unfurnished, 551 NW Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.

2$ ATI1, 5-13Pj1 oOMS, ''Well '"'APPRENTICE1 and Master Bar. 52nd St', Call 633-2891 or LargelcB3-bedroom' dining room, garage, carport, .
Built frame ''bom, a.' Cool' 'in ber. Apply at 1262 NW 62nd 235-2958, '. "Appliances.! Near school and bus. Extra large lot, I Ii
summer.. $7,000 Suitable cash or for$7,500 two families with- St, or call NE 54079. A15 NICE ROOM. Men only. Call i $13,000 total, $400 down. Come see this lovely home I

I I NA 1-6115, 1901 NW. ,166th St., +
terms.? 635-7749 after 11 a.m. SERVICES ,' : ',: ; --0-
745 NW 30th St. ,COMPLETE LAWN WORK. Opa-locka. \r Lovely CBS 4-bedroom, 2 ba>h, Florida room, dining d

HOME PLUS INCOME. 4-bed- Call; PL 4- 478. U Gibson FURNISHED 'J-bedroom'' = apt. room, garage plus play room. Fenced, $14,900 total. (
2 baths in front house 775 NW 69th ''St': PL 4-9069.'Free Good! terms
$1 TV CALLS. All makes Anchor
; water arid'electricity
2 bedrooms, 1 bath in rear TV Service, NE 50055.LANDSCAPING J. ---0-
house. Completely furnished.
Price only $8,500 with $1,000 1-BEDROOM CBS house air Corner CBS beauty 2-bedroom, Florida room, dining

down. Very good location, 1221 SPRAYING for termites, fleas, condlUoni patio, furnished, for room, utility room, appliances, newly decorated./
NW 32 St. Drive by then call roaches, chinch bugs and trees. week, 1352 ls only 1hW no 52nd pets. $25 St. Good location, $10,500 total, $84 month. No qualify
Mr. ForM to see.' Eves and Yard, soil, painting of house 757-7255. ," ing.
Sunday MU 8-3852. R. ,A. roof.. Luten Taylor. PL 4-6743. It .
Mueller, Realtor, PL 1-240L .. Indf -o- ,
I I share house with'working person Special buy CBS 2-bedroom, furnished, fenced. Only:'
corner 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, tile I dergarten. Children NURSERY Kin widow. Sundays, and' Wednesdays ," $8,000 total, $75 month. Don't, miss this.
of all ages, 633- 9&:' ''-:,;* I U '"'
roof porch carport, fireplace, now prices for the working' -..-

awnings\ barbecue, sol a r, all parent. For information call SMALL ''HOUSE, 2 rooms, kitchen Duplex corner CBS 7 years new, bedroom eaich
kinds of fruit trees. House, on Mrs. Ruth Scott' at PL 4-5635, '
same lot makes payment. Also 7753 NW 10th Ave. r and; bath, call Fit '3-7990.; sidle, appliances;1 Good area near ,school and .)JlI !

CBS duplex and 2 houses on $14,500 total $450 down $84 month.
LARGE DUPLEX apt, 2 bed- ,
opposite corner. Very
owner phone 635-7784, 4110 open NW FOR SALENO rooms. Living room and diningarea. --o--
Fla. All
23 Ave. CLOSING COSTS Florida kitchen, air condition.room. Near electric bus Another CBS duplex beauty. 1-bedroom each side, I,

room enclosed front porch and Grandway. Finest neighborhood appliances $11,000 total $85 month. No qualifying...
LARGE FAMILY, 4-bedroom' garage, awnings, stove and refrigerator Adults To ,
beauty CBS near school bus, Price Is $9,500, $300 call 371-3622. only. see Duplex, no qualifying, $9,000 total, $80 month, ,,2," ,
shopping, $$11.700 month Includes down and $77 month. Life Real.
everything: plus down ty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. $14 ROOM APT., bedroom and 1-bedroom furnished, porch, dining.:

payment G910 NW 6 Ct. Open Open evenings and Sunday. furnished free gas and water partly, room. It's a beauty. Live rent free.
Sunday 1-5 p.m. Fenster Realty, 6041 NW 2Hh Ave. "
Broker, PL 0-8779. I NO CLOSING COSTS CBS -A-
duplex, bedrooms each side. I
FOR LARGE family, corner estate tile roof, appliances, with only FURNISHED NE APT. NE 4-9127 MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS ,
or 3-C283. 1940 NW 62nd
3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS, $600 down you can live rent
,plus extra CBS home, double free as the monthly paymentsare St. SHELL REALTY:

lot a must to see also suitable. only $89.75. Life Realty. PERRINE 2-Bedroom modern
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL 9-4371
for by a then professional call for person.an appointment Drive- Open evenings and Sunday. Ings apt.,with UN 0-2726.utilities. Phone even- 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551!

Fenster Realty, Broker,
:VL a-S779. NO QUALIFYING 2-bed- furnishedor
rooms, enclosed front porch, ONE--bedroom apt.Call
'2-TI DROOM HOME, CBS, 863 appliances. Very good loca- unfurnished. PL 7-0248.
K\V 71 St., built by builder 1 tion In Manor Park. Price is c.oooo ooo oooo
'mortgage, only $85 month plus $7,500, $500 down and $70 per Ford Realty Does It Again!! i J
down payment. month. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eveningsand FOR RENT THE SMALL

nomes''!! New homes!! We build I NO CLOSING COSTS FHA 2-bedroom house
'Custom homes on our lot or terms. Enclosed front and rear windows -A BBW
your lot. Call us for further porches separate garage. HouseIs CBS, jalousie From $100 Down $66 a Monh

Information. We will be glad freshly painted Inside and carport Beautiful three and! four bedroom homes IN IDEAL
to show
you our completed out. Floor refinished, stove
See and refrigerator. Price is $9,500,
our model at 1475 NW 51st St. $200 down and $77 per month. ,5600. NW. 23rd Ave. SHOPPING.
Open Sunday 1 to 5. Fenster Life.Realty,- 'r4932f,NW' 7 Ave.' Come by 20920 NW 30th Court

Realty. PL 9-8779.- ,PL ,f}-4371. Open<;Sunday:: and $20,WEEK'
y evenings.cFflRMNT. t1 >> Our salesmen haVe dozen to show you. Or tall ut
HOT DEAL! '''HOT DEAL! Can* j E l' 42 '
and will pladly! pick
you up
ver's Ranch 2-bedroom ,
::1- < .
(bath CBS homes low down' l -+-

payment. $75 month, ,4204 SW LARGE ,FORfclSHED.? 1-1ed. A Classified Ad'Will PayOff 325 NW 46th Street A gorgeous 2-bedroom home.
'27 St., and 5550 SW 24 I St. Wes" Water, fas and elec- Nothing finer. Bank financing 'arranged. Many extras -
Hollywood. Drive by 'and then tc1tree.. $19..week 2221 NW In '.18'pi:ldeDd.'
'call Fenster Realty,' Broker, 'lApe. < ', Special feature OPEN FOR INSPECTION
'PL 9-8779. 57th .... .e.. w 'Of f SUNDAY: FROM 1 to 6 P.M.


4-BEDROOM HOME, 2-bath 7021 NW 6th Court Clean bedroom 2 bath house
located .
at 7708 NW 14 Ct. Low
'down payment, reasonable LOOK! 76 NW 53rd St. LOOK! Terrific location. NO QUALIFYING! $500' down.,

monthly payments. Call. MOVE RIGHT IN. KEYS AIT'OUR OFFICE. ,

' bath $350 DOWN 645 NW 49th Street : GORGEOUS 'ABSOLUTELY'
located at 5830 NW 7''Ct. 'fbW 1126 NW 51st Tern NEW HOMES 3-bedrooms,-

*down payment. reasonable I ,. M 2 baths, large Florida room. Built-in kitchen. A tremendous
monthly payment. Call 696-3727 $86 MONTH PAYS ALL BUY for ,the careful shopper. Keys at :our
I ..
q ., ,,,,,j office
HOME NW SECTION; 23$ Drive by and aee.
NW 42 St. 2-bedroom. l2-bathJ Must be shown by appointment -+-

fenced in yard, $300 down, $70 This Is lovely 2-bedroom, 1 bafch, 2 Fla. rooms, 3725 NW 15th Avenue A bargain BUY for the retired -
month. Owner, OX 1-4668.
,t. T, ) couple. Small down payment, small monthly
4233 NW 24th Ave. two frame; rear patio, fruit !trees galore. What a buy for only payments. '

houses, need, rewiring andttx(? -A-MMMM
:$4,500 ins. sacrifice, $3,500 cash of $11,500. P.S. Also 816 NW 46th Street UNBELIEVABLE! A'4' -bedroom
owner must sell.
*' -...mss-.... 2 bath home. Guaranteed TERMITE FREE -
1955 CADILLAC 4-door, all
automatic, perfect running con- $390 DOWN $10,990 TOTAL -.-
dition. $175. 751-1136, caU be- 1855 NW 43rd Street A clean house. Rent with

fore 11 a.m. or' after. 7. p.m. COME A RUNNIN'If option to bu,.. $100 down. $20 week.

2-BEDROOM HOME, CBS, you wish a good buy in _.CBS 3-bedroom, 2,bath' COULDS MARCIA JANE SUBDIVISION. We
2v4 years ,old, screened room," have 3 and 4-bedroom homes $200 down arid $60a

extras, No down payment assume home, only $89 per month, -no qualifying. month. CALL US FOR APPOINTMENT.Open .

VA. Owner mortgage transfer, $59 ,JDQatiapayment. 3536 We are open 9 ;&.m. to 6 p.b;: every day including Sat. and Sun. all day
NW 205th St. l'l! M

OPENSUNDAY: 3 to 6. 401 NW TRIO REALTY PL 9, 372I Ford Realty Inc.
43 I d. ,
St. 2-bedroom CBS, .
""I* 9 ?
room, A'tr conditioned bedroom
carport tHe roof, total 110_ 801 N.W. 54th Strict' ,;;scar'; ; 691-2868
pay 411.) A. Ben-Kori. Realtor, 569 54th Street 758-8761
.. NW
... .. '. .a. -
.Only fOO; down $69 monthpltef ,.'1u' _II!! .J -* ,4.

lad 9-5533, days; PL Ir* .. ,_._-

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THE MIAMI TIMES !MIAMI, '''FLh. Are Break Ground For
America's Poor

PAGE 14.SATURDAY, AUGUST IB, 1964LET'S \ VA Hospital Here

Ground will be broken Saturday

""' \Mostly White-Not BlackContrary Veterans, August Administration 15. for a 1,062-bed hos-

pital to be built here.
lo popular belief,'
TALK POLITICS the vast majority of America'spoor At Representatives of all South
Recognition Day
are neither black nor liv- Florida veterans organizationsas
ing In depressed areas like well as federal, state and local -
Harlem or Appalachia. These"forgotten" KendallOn dignitaries are expected to
By NORMAN E.: JONBS! the five attend the 10 a.m.,
poor are Sunday, August 10, at 4 ceremonyat
Historical Backgound of the Negro In Politics, the Church million Invisible white families will be the hospital site, NW 12th
and Fraternal Organizations who live hidden In city slums. p.m., Recognition Day Ave., and 16th St
Children -
observed at Dade County
"" --wwwwwww- - - - - -.... Writing in the'current issueof Home in ,Kendall. The Expected to be completed by
December 1, 19G6, the 12 story,
ing degree of patronage of the Look 'Magazine principal address will be delivered million medical
DI author of the
native American. No matter Mr. Bell who '
that by Henry will be the first veterans hospital !
MORE THAN CIVIL RIGHTS that 'he be fresh from "The Other America, says
foreign shores may with no contribution of the 0.3 million families cit- will be presented by Mr. Gary to be established here since
These statements taken from to the national wel- ed by President Johnson as Brown. Several of the children the founding of the 450-bed VA

the book, "An Economic De- fare to his credit; no matter poor, 87 per cent are white will be appearing on the pro- hospital in Coral Gables In
tour," by M. S. Stuart (the that he sends every dollar of gram. Mrs. Nettle Brown will 1947.
foremost If not the only true his American-earned profit A family with an annual Income -
economist on the Negro) pub- back to his foreign home or below $3000 is categorized conduct the Glee Club, ,Super-
lished In 1940 gives the hasic uses it to help finance organi- by the president as poor. visor Alfonso Williams, will Your Silent Salesman A
reasons for the rioting In Ne- zations dedicated gro ghettos In northern cities. truction of the governmentthat myths concerning 'the na lic is invited. Miami Times' Classied Ad

furnishes him his new tion's poor.Harrington. cccccccccccccccELK'S
The deep underlying moto-, golden opportunity; yet he can t.
vatlon of the vlotlng Is based on find a welcome place on the finds that: ((1)) The
the ,precarious economic Insecurity economic broadway of America poor generally are not poor be-
'of the Negro In northern ." cause they are lazy; they 'have
city ghettos more than on the w their pride and work hard, but 7 tA.t' .
denial of civil rights. The "Bu- the Negro, despite centuries continue to get poorer. ((2)) A
opportunity to earn a dollar of unrequited toll to help regular salary doesn't wipe .
to satisfy stark hunger,Is t h e build and maintain that high- away poverty; many heads of
underlying factor of these riots. highway, must turn to a detour families would be better off by
that leads knows not not working and accepting wel-
"The status. of the Negro where. fare checks, he says.
race In America since the X
Emancipation in 1865 has been Following this doubtful eco- Harrington, in his Look
uncertain and queer. The race nomic trail he knows that he article says that help of sortsis
has been the subject of many will have to find most of his on the way. He adds:
theories and a kind of "guinea customers within his own race "With President Johnson's
pig" for sociologists, politiciansand In any enterprise he attempts. declaration of war on poverty, GRAND ;BALL
statesmen.. Yet within this limited scope, 35 million Americans have begun -
v If only he had an even chance' to emerge from social
"But strangely, none of thesein at this approximate nine per- "
their 'various :printed and anonymity. THURSDAY-AUG 27 9:00 ''P.M.At
cent of the population, a not : .
oral expressions, has empha- too discouraging field migh ,
sized the necessity of prepara lay before him. (end of quote.) The Fabulous
tion and assistance for the 'Ne for the full extent of his life,

gro's commercial advancement.I And thus the rioting and with get out little of or the no rut chance, with to little ever Miami Beach Convention' Hall

"Enormous amounts In phi- looting is really a deep seated or no chance to RC out of the Ting YOU CAN'T MISS
resentment at the absentee
landthrophy have been ex landlords and ,the( owners nnd economic treadmill on whichhe MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED BY THE FAMOUS
pended, numerous volumes must continually run. :yet
have been written and tremendous ments operators in of the business Negro establish-ghettoes knowing full well that! he not "Lloyd Price and His Big Band"w.

other efforts phases of made Negro to life improve, but who the suck Negro the communities economic strengthof with- only continually can ever losing advance: ground but, no Is C. Baker and His Big Band

little has been said or done to out putting any thing back in matter how hard he runs. Bobby Marshall, the Great M. C.

encourage the development of the community for developmenIn No possible solutions to these
business enterprises and the And the floor show of Clyde Kill n. Island Club
ever growing rioting in the
cultivation" of commercial tal- many cases these establishments northern Negro ghettoes! will THIS IS AI( BIG NIGHT
ents. with 100 percent Negro prevent an ever increasing 2 Bands, Floor Show and Continuous MusicNO
patronage have no Negr number of these 'economic dis-
'"Educational Institutions for INTERMISSION\
employees at all or only th
orders' until more positive
Negroes state both those supportedby most menial Jobs thus eliminating steps are taken and at once to Make your advance reservations for tickets at
governments and by. the growth of a strong! provide a more equitable distribution the following places
private endowments, have placed middle class which furnIshes :
of participation in the
least ,emphasis Convention 1025 NW 2nd Ave.
upon preparation the stability to any commun economic life of the Negro como Headquarters
for business. Onlv in Ity. By far and large the Ne- munity by members of these North's Travel Bureau 1104 NW 3rd Ave.
recent years have the collegesand '
universities for Negroes Itself gro community by seeking he employmen must ham communities.to Atlas Elk's Lodge 329 NW 16th Terr.

established commercial departments Elk's Lodge 6525 NW 18th Ave.
outside of their own commun- ( be continued) Liberty
properly equipped ity in the 'white man's world,' Gusslo's Beauty Nook 3710 Prow Ave.
for training 'in this field. and then
even when he come
Dt. Ellen Taylor's Cleaners 544 NW 14th St.
"The Negro has ,long felt the home to his solidly packed Ne- For Best Results
retarding effects of these com gro ''community he must hand Dt. Ruler Susie. Harvey 18010 SW 103rd Ave., Perrine
mercial over his meager earnings t
restrictions and realities
that he cannot exist always other 'white men', knowing full Try a Classified Ad
Just a buyer a consumer I well that this must be his fate

I certainly not above h e -
level of a peon. He realizes his ;NOW RUNNING
keen need of all of the employ- BAND INSTRUMENT SALE
ment created by the dollars he
spends ,for the'necessities! of I ALL BRANDS I
life; .and he knows that he is SAVE 30% WITH THIS AD "
deprived of most of It through
racial ''discrimination. But, as I SCHOOL APPROVED I
yet, he has not been able to
overcome to any appreciable ACE DISCOUNT CENTER POST TIME
degree that brazen type of I 800 PM.'TI. : .
American prejudice which In I
effect says: We will sell to you:
we want your money. But we I
will not employ yon to sell to 7600 N.W. 7th AVENUE 759.8581'
others; we will not even em-
ploy'''you to sell to your own L Anl5
kind. More than that, you and _
your I kind, when you come to
buy" from the hands o? others
may 0 at 'any time expect discourtesies N.d.'s er ri....
: -'d' Insults.'
Lincoln Fields Apartments
"Moreover we will send
agents of ,other raced:: into your NOW! TWIN DOUBLE
homes seeking business! and 2045 N.W. 2nd 'StrMt -
there, across vour threshold, I $ ,ooo American Hurdle
around your fireside. In the -
Championship In
presence of loved you now

may expect the onesl nd of Enjoy Lhrfajr In Our Cool, Clean Apartments progre
humiliation. Seeking a way I Gates Open 6 p.m.r .
therefore: to'' have a chance at I Offering Many Features

the beneficial reaction of h II s FRET !GAS .
spent dollars in the form of

employment way to avoid created buying; seeking insults a Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Gas star.Newly .

and assure himself courtesy Painted Venetian Blinds 1
when he buys the
of life; seeking respect,, the Washing Machines Laundry Room*
American Negro has been dri- Free Parking Auto hot water reater
ven 'Into an awkward selfish I ,..
corner attempting to operate I Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water

racial business to rear a
1'' j stepchild 'economy." I CARETAKERS ON PREMISES '

\ "This Is not this preference. S .. ... t 1'J I -
I Yet it seems .to'be his only re
I course. It IB an economic detour -
which no other racial Weekly Ratee
group in this country is :Te-;
1 qulred .to travel. $14.50 1-bedroom $18.80 1-bedroom Apt. ryf i}

Any type. of foreigner, Oriental Renting. Office open erery day .Phone OX 1-8862
or Vhatnot" can usually 0
J attract to his business a swrvjy


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b When an Englishmanmade

first Gin &the Tonic,

did he use Gordon's?


Undoubtedly. A retired Army Colonel,

vividly recalling the heat of India, createdthe

first Gin & Tonic nearly 75 yean ago.

:; ak Gordon's had already been firmly established *
; : favoured English
: ;; as a gin
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i : i ; for more than a century, co it

| is fair to assume the Colonel

.;' .%iN .is:. J{ fi; | 1.r w",,: '9 C"S\ k.ak. ; "i'M :(+,.4,Mm t!' used Gordon's. Since
J : """ IJ\ ,, : then have
If "' M4i gin-drinkers
yy < ,
t, --fc, AjEhiC.i.ftt' ;. .{- i4t.*lf>% .,j'J't'.t": .. 1H'.ll.ltr.tn..">\, >l jfc, ,|, .njT:.,.rilii v..:..f..,.",'n *i,6&&> .: _L--. .-- lDI ,. It..1.. ...,.. found Gordon's the Indispensable *
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Above Is a picture of the 4th are: Boz Stover collector for right into t the net of serving ingredient in
of July IJarty which was given the Markowitz Liberty Propel hot dogs to hc hundred of delighted host of drinks
for the tenants- and children of ties a summer ,
; Bobby Markowitz and Mrs.t \ children. Sodas and
the Mnrkoivltz Apartments a Markowitz, owners and sponsors music In abundance and everyone from Tom Collinsea to M
'llth Av. and 71st St., common of this annual, affair. had an enjoyable time. OrangeBlossomLNotto ,
lj known as "Sugar II111. Mrs. Markowitz enjoys thisas C. A. Lookhurt, director public mention thecocktall-for- r
reLiKloiiN) Howled Rental
Bern in the picture at right much as the tenants and gets Agency, Inc.Painting. all-seasons, the glorious DL D

Gordon's martini Hot LONDONDRY

"" ...... enough for you? Tell
"Randolph'aKindergarten' Contractor the "Gordon's/
man t
PHIL OSSOFER WARNER MINES biggesbsellingglnlnEng. '

SAYS: K a MLicensed land America the world.
supervisor and faculty of a
... -
Randolph's Kindergarten would
the like to take this time out to [\
T am experiencing great i
pleasure of a visit by my new our wonderful parentsfor PRODUCT OF U.S.A.DItntttl LONDON MY Oil.MOV IKVTXAl SflllTSotiiitut
'prand-tlaufihfer.: Watching her, their cooperation this past trove cm*N MOW.eoioori tf 51*ca uo,uwm n j.Dr. .
T have observed that she Is attracted school year It was one of the r
t/y bright objects. On biggest and best Randolph has
<()Joccasiorl I remarked: to her ever had. Thanks to Mr. O. S.
mother that the baby observed Seabrooks, principal of Dou-
many things. She replied, "She glas High School Key West,
can see a This mad m! think, for 1 gave at our (graduation exer- I Jay Gutierrez
realized that while the baby cise, the weather was unfair, and InsuredBy .
can see well, she does not but we had a tremendous
know what she Is seeing. We crowd every one enjoyed It City and County CHIROPRACTOR
really see with the brain,.ullng and talking of returning in the
the -eyeq as the receptlcle or future. Service phone FR 9.8685 2200N.W. 36St.-Ph.634-1117
light Thus, li we see an ob- Thanks 4o all of our parents, FRKIU KSTIMATICH
3 'ct without mental activity, but special thanks to the offic-
:the t o co coo C co c cc
object Is -- - -
not really known ers of the PTA.
to us, and such is the case witha Mrs. Amelia Taylor, presi- For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
dent, Mrs. Catherine McKinney : -
Meditating on seeing and vice-president, Mrs. Erne
]Knowing what one 13 seeing: 1 stine Kelly and Annie Mae Ash
realized that we adults often" ley, Secretales, Mrs. Marlon
fail to know what we are see- Butler treasurer and all oth-
ing, because of the Jack of BONDED
spiritual!Oi ers that are not mentioned
sight Insight, as
it Ii called. Please rememtter registrationwill
With Insight, one looks at the start August 15, all chil-
o ?
dren must have health certifi-
beauties of this world and sees
the Creator In all! things.! :; With cates. For further Informationyou : RENTAL
Insight we see with the heart may call Mrs. Randolph at
and are able to look at all mankind .OX 17088.
recognizing: the Image of
GOlf within each and everyone. Woman 108
Unless we develop this Innersight AGENCY INC.
we remain a* babes spirituallY Registers To Vote ,
seeing but not understanding -,
' QUINCY, Fla. An 108-
what '
we see. This Is'I
Creator the age Is of calling maturity upon and us our to among year-old the woman 350 Negroes was registered The largest collection and rental
result of massive
as a a
row up and open our hearts
tt> recognize the meaning of His CORE-sponsored drive to in
in the South operating
Ir atJon. fy more Negroes: as agency ;
It s only through (this kind Gadsen county last week.
of kingdom sight; that peace and the sen cy Is and.the! the county headquarter seat of* Quail-I Dade and Broward Counties'HON.

earth. of Heaven can come to CORE drive which be gan

al weeks ago. Negro Housing areas.

New Homes at Right Price President

anj GEOIU3K. HARTH, General Manager


3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, Fla. room A' service at main office
Bonded also has
1921 NW 50th Street 1944 NW 49th Street
1835 NW 41st Street 651 NW 47th Street 'J 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue

BARON BUILDS, BUYS LAND OR HOMES r.1.' A fall time public relation. Dept. to assist yon to solTln ysfcr problems
Pins a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants conTenleneeOn

Need Money? Call JE 8.1340 nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
..."" ... ... ---... ---... ------- --- -...- ---...-...-- 'L.Jack's f 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

Vandalism dons by a few Is sxpenslTS to all. Please help ns stop this
MEN'S WEAR, unnecessary evil C. A. Lockhart, Public Relations Director
SEE "MR. JACK" flu N.W. Srd ATS. _...._ FR .-..... 17MS iremestead ATS.
'swine __._. .-- cm t1)Ii/
FOB 107S N.W. ttnd at. OX -UaT --

STYLES FOR ALL AGES MO Grand ATS. rr.-.. ... HI S-1SS1 101 ylamroudvUh Rd.
Pompano ..-- ....-.-._ WII s-iglf
The Very Latest In Men'. Fashions 4240 N.W. ITta A.... _.101 .-.... 141od1 X.A.l1./ Aver

SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS tfitt If.''. TSfia ... ......... N6-1S Opa-Lela __-..H-. MU -.aT


944, NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida 1100 N, W. Srd CC ....... FR 19999999V /..

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16 SATURDAY AUGUST 15 1964 Pre School school children. Transportation Lewis Russell, master of the
JESCA'S available for those who need It. sloop "Effie," was Just too fast
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Remember to bring the child's In catching lobsters. The lobster
:...:............................... ............ .... _...., ..........:.. ........, ...., .................:.....-- Registration health certificate when making season begins September 1
: application. and runs tJo March 15. Russedwas

HAVE YOU REGISTERED Pre-registratlon Is In progressnow found In possession of 200

YOUR CItlLI. .F dl R 'PRESCHOOL : at the agency headquarters, of the finny things July 25.
Spearing"With 1133 NW 66th St., or you may
? tall PL 8-4791 for further In- The court fined him $140.00 or

What happens -children In fro mati on. six months.

their early years Is of life-long
Importance. Although the child yM

Sports tion gets his from first the care home.and,protec-there A 'Times' Ad Can Sell Anything. See us, !*

.; -. V_ t:
comes a time when;he Is ready
By .nny'SPHAR for wider and more varied experiences ..... .

_............................................................ r.... .... .... .... .... .... .... ,...._........ ........- These are found In a Civil Liberties Program
Buddy Pack Shows Grey Gavin 'of New York his ',Kindergarten. .. '. i
; first defeat as a professionalsince IBPOE of W.. v *

Improving at Little 1958. Gavin had Impressed Register your child now In At St. John' Baptist 'Church
recently with'decisive'wins ove ,"phe of the James E'Scott Community -
New'Enland Care SUNDAY AUGUST, 16 :3:.PM.:
i Willie James and Association Day -
RiverLast Champion, Dick, .French.Kostas .- J: .Centers ,and Kindergartens' located 1328 NW 3rd'Avenue .p'. '. :'
week's show, was enjoyed ---r.- ._* ;' : at 6304 NW 1,4th Ave. The 8th ANNUAL CONVENTION, BALL
crowd Orflnakos A busy+(New, center will re.opefAugust: 31 "
by about:: largest .
since Buddy _took over little York Prelim fighter,' is ndw H,o u r 7:30: a.m. 5 p.m. Wednesday, August 19, 1964' ''t,9jR.ni.;
River, every bout was full of active In New England rings Monday:: Friday- Mldmornlng. Birdland Ballroom of the Mary Elizað,Hotel
under the n non-dewplume; snacks balanced hot lunches, :
action. 642 NW 2nd Avenue
"Kid", Khlam. Kostas.,.Is em- afternoon ,snacks clean separ- ',.
Here are the results: Charlie ployed ,in the Khlam club, a ate cots for napping, an educa- Admission $2.00 'Dress FormalPerry's
Farmer lost to Bo Jim Pitman
4 rounds,' Charles Jordan lost lounge operated by his manager tional program' suited for pre-
to Ritchie Smith 6 rounds, Ed *-* ,, - ....nt..JJ lK. l..R...
lost to Charlie Skooch -" - -
Lott knockedout "Honeyboy" Whitney a lad
6 rounds, Gordon
Freddie Wilson In 5 rounds, who made a good' Impression In
Scatterhawk Dixon and Willie his engagements around here,
Thomas drew:; In 6 rounds. had his hand full in poundingout ; Dep't Store
*-* a win over the eight round
Bernie ,Rosen sports directorfor I route recently. Whitney had, to.
W, T. V. J. Channel 4 Just I, come off the floor to,blast out-
returned from Boston, Mass; his victory. JL
where he covered the match Boxing gates may be rough around *-
race between Ruston and Max the country,. but an off
Star, says he raft into Florida's beat area like Salisbury, 1141 .3rd AvenueHome
great sportsman, Bill MacDonald Southern Rhodesia, drew ten
Jr. who has been reducing thousand fans to an ordinary"fight Satisfaction
of the Famous Guarantee
card featuring I local mitt
his weight. Bill has lost 60 lbs.
and scales 195 Ibs still hopes to sllngers. Fight clubs all over .
lose mbre. Europe are thriving with Italy HAS DONE IT AGAIN! !
enjoying the biggest boom since
He is,staying at Oyster Har-
Mass. the sport was introduced there
bors located at Oystervllle,
_____ _____
Cape' ,Cod. ...._@ea---....
*-* Working for the Florida state
Al King former manager hereIs racing commission a t West
visiting from Tampa. Al is Fla gler Dog Track Is MaxG. ARRIVED !
promoting fights at the Palad- Carey,, Hall of Fame member. JUST
lum Ball room 205 Cass St. Holds National League recordsfor
there.*It-has a seating capacityfor outfielders: Games played,
3,000. His trainer is Bill 2421; put outs, 6363; Assists, 339; Direct From The N.Y. Fashion Centers
Gonzalez Total Chances, 6702. Modern
League record for most stolen
We-happy-to Inform- his I Base, 738. Major League record
friends that Frank Lauriais most years leading League in NEW Back To School FashionsARE
coming around great after a Bases. 10, Batting average. 285
for 20 seasons In 19122 51 stolen
serious automobile accident It
bases in 53
took 150 stitches* to*fix him up. *__Attempts.__* _____ NOW ON SALE FOR BOYS AND
I Holds National League Re-
Manny Alfaro has cOme up cord. About the only record that
with a sweet looking prospect Stan Muslal! does not own in
in Orlando Ruiz. This 19 year Waiting, also his National Lea-
old featherweight has had 52 gue life record of 738 stolen
amateur bouts In Venezuela and bases has Iteen tops for many FROM KINDERGARTEN TO COLLEGE
will soon be making his pro years. .

debut here in Miami. The kid Maury Wills must steal some ....-.- -....
looked great working out with 400 or more Bases to tie his re-
Micky Mammarelll the other cord.

afternoon. New Ladies ,Dresses, 2 pc. 'Suits and Sports Wear in
Speaking of new prospects, Its great to see Barney "t,
Pat O'Malley who was originally Felix back as referee again, > :: .
responsible for the Mam- Barney Is one;of the best in the /the I latest_ styles: aid colors. Sizes :from 5 to 24%
.. marelll boys making their appearances business. He was often seen .,
'.' here, has a likely in many a main event in New
looking youngster 1 n tow 1 n York,, he is physical instructorat .

cd: ., Gordon Lott who makes his pro the Doralt*Country* Club. NEW .iacs & PaOtiFi: Men
debut :here this evening. Gor- -
The and all .
don was the Golden Gloves management con- \ *t >*SL \ -Ar
champion at his weight In the nected with the West Flagler ,
... ,1 :" a ; state of,Georgia, and Just miss- Dog Track are very proud Jthet j"fl:' ,' If,; ....____ .-..... '
ed out representing this country way the Negro fans,.. carry
in the Olympic trials. themselves. They area reaf fine "'... ')1' ..
bunch of sports, they are privileged -
Be on the lookout for Jessie to go any place on-the V.gOIIF: 1-STOP Family Shoe Department
Valdez a Houston, Texas speed- track. But choose toysiay:to- ,
ster, who may make his pro gether and be one' ',happy ""'"..)
debut in a Miami ring some- bunch. USE OUR CONVENTIENT LAYAWAY PLAN. NO CHARGE
time next month. This kid Just I I
turned 17, held the national The night of the Twin Match
Amateur title last year. It is Race, out of the 28 winners of Be smart look smart shop where
likely that Valdez will make the twin double which was you ; ff ..Iit .mv
; J.1. "l.t.; ::; :.,
his appearance at the North $912.80. There were two lucky '

Miami Beach Auditorium which Negroes. The identified two courteous attention from OUR SALESLAfIE&1CARE ..... ...........
will kick off the first '6! a were Robert Jimeson of Hla- .,-1" "
series of boxing cards on Sept. llah and Al Lightsey, Al won & your business is appreciated.PRY'S .
23. A sell out is expected for the twin double the two pre-
this veterans hospital fund vious nights. How Lucky Can
drive sponsored by J. W. V. You GET. ; .: ,

Post No. 682. J .. ,
In my books the-' 'decision ,
Jessie' Ammons a young wel- handed down between Jerry
terweight, Is the hottest look- Powers and Mike- 'Mamarelll: DEP'T STORE:
Ing prospect In New England Tony's )"ounJlQIbrothel'.was ,
rings. Jessie took his first 'AI
step rotten Jerry: wipped 'Mike ,
" into national prominence when up and down ,Uve.tin*:'But the -,\'v' ** t "
he handed the then undefeated Judges said ltva t drawl!! '(' i' + 1141 N.W. Third Avenue',*a4'I ?
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