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 22, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00177

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I Elks Po ur Into Miamiio

For Nat:: Meeting 1\( t '

+Uam.1: Elk's atnd Miami citizens -
have''spread' t' the Wel-
come Mat for the 65th National
Elk's convention that will be
called to order by Dr. Jlobsdn

It. Reynolds, Grand Exaltttl Y .
Iluler, Saturday;; August 22, It % : 'v
noon at the beautiful Biscay
Bayr-Audltoriuin> ; r ', '
Tl1e&twin municipalities ;&:
Mlamrand Miami Beach are
cooperating with their hotel k''

and entertainment facilities to _
give the visiting Bills the greatest -
convention In the historyof tIw

the order..
Jw- I IMrs.

+ i-._,.... ,d. in, .

__ Ly 0 Dana Dorsey Chapman, Left to right: Mrs. Dana Dor-
'Cliff Baker and Mrs. Athallo sey Chapman. Cliff Baker,
!q":$'' Range sent checks to Char- Charles: Hadley, Mrs. Athalle II
t, .. I les Hadley, chairman of the Range and Calvin C. Hughes,
YMCA Campershlp Drive. YMCA executive secretary

Hobson R. Reynolds,, right, Grand Exalted Ruler of
the Improved Benevolent Protective Order of Elks of the Miamians Contribute II

\Vorld is given the key to the City of Miami by Cfommis. i

W sloner David "Kennedy (center) upon his recent arrival

'iat Miami International Airport; W. O. Perry, Elks convention To YMCA Vampership II

chairman, looks on. The Elks are holding their
CQth annual., convention 'there Aug. 21-28-Miami-Metro OTHER CONTRIBUTORS: To Mrs. Stanley NGW'I'IUtnl CharlesR

News Bureau Photo.Another .____, ,. The Campershlp. Drive: Chase ; Hadley,' co Trust
Federal Savings and Loan, Fund, Herbert Kloeber, Mrs.
Miss Carol James, David Blum- Margaret Price M. J. B. Cor-
bend Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey poration, M. M. Rlppa, A. Leonie -
Muslim SonMuhammed ers, Island Industries S.A., Mrs. T. B. Walker; Markel Irving -
1i M. Nadler, Mrs. Marie Larkins, J. II. Durr, W. R. Robbins
Mrs. Mary Davis, Dennis W. L. Watson, Richard Murphy.
i Smith, Judge J, Gwynn Portler Mrs. Frelda Markowitz, Mrs.
Quits Judge Jack A. Folks, Judge Florence Markwltz, Stanton
-- Gene Williams, Egelloc Social Sanson, Attorney Henry Ar-
HOBSON REYNOLDS Club Delta Sigma Theta Sororl- rington, Franklin Federal and
Grand Exalted Ruler Akbar Muhammad, 25, son leadenshlp, the sources said. 'ty, James Saugherty, Mrs. Alex Loan Association Wometco Enterprise -
Akbar has been studying
of Elijah Muhammed, the Mcintosh, E. R. Geneschatz Rogera
Craig James
The local convention committee Black Muslim leader, Is said to Islamic law at Alazhar Univer- Abram Lippman Mrs John E. ,
has and In Cairo, Egypt for three Levc-nson, Dana Dorsey Chapman -*
headed by W. O. Perry, bo quitting the movement sity Roosevelt '
provided a full variety program denouncing 'his'father's leader- years lie had a long confer- Savings andLoan Cliff Baker, Flagler Federal !
Association, County Manager Saving and Loan
I ence with Malcolm X, leaderof City
for the week of August ship.
: Irving G. McNayr, Edi Manager Melvin L. Reese Con-
with gala a split group of Black Mus- ,
22 to a
Opening close to the Center Insura Ro- stable John Gilbert
Sources move- Congressman -
Moonlight boat ride, leaving ment say that Akbar Is follow lims.Last bert Shevin, Mr.' Gertrude Claude Pepper, Mrs. Ath-
w Saturday night, at 9 p.m.Blmlnl, and ing, in the steps of another month in Los Angeles Vlrgle, Theodore Klpals Wash- site Range, Sheriff T. A, Bu-
returning from a trip- to brother, Wallace, who 1Iroke'from' Supreme Court, the 07-year- .ington Federal Savings a' n d chanan, Kcfnneth Trelster,
in the Bahamas at 4 a.m.tic- the movement last month old leader was accused of beIng Loan, ,Judge Joe Eaton, Judge Harry A r leans, Royal Twenties -
following morning. Some when the father allegedly failed the father of children 'of Thomas! Lee, Jr.,"'Judge Ray Woman's Club, Sphinx
kets are still available for this to answer, charges of Immo- two of his secretaries who Pearson;,Judge' William ,A. Her- CJulf, Garth Reeves, St John
moonlight cruise and those not rality, religious deception and worked for him In Chicago. In, Dade County Luchroom Association Institutional Baptist Church,

yet obtain, holding one Immediately a ticket on should arrival political sterility for which ho Miss Lucille Rosary, 33, Bald First Federal Savingsand Greater Bethel AME, Mt. Oli
In Miami. was allegedly accused by the Muhammad was the father of Loan, University Saving* vette Baptist and ''Rev, J, E.
son. her two children and she visa & Loan, Lincoln National Bank, Murray
Local Headquarters where all expecting a third by him Miss
questions will be answered and Herbert and Junior, two Evelyn Williams, 30, stated In
all Information supplied Is located other sons of Elijah, would remain her suit that Muhammed fathered -
at 422 Biscayne Boule- loyal to their father's her four-year-old daughter. St. Augustine Convictions

vard, Miami, phone 377-6810. I

Climaxing the week long First Under
activities will be a week-end .,' Rights

cruise to Nassau on the luxury ., ,.-:-....oJ..... t;'rt.fl.. ,. :I.'f i. ___ .. _ d
cruise S3 Florida.. Some cabins ..,.. ', \. {..,._.; Florida had its first convictions -I equal basis with whites and ordering -
i are still available because of, ,.', I for contempt under the I other persona not to
the large quota of space reserved .' .. ; :' ., Civil Rights Act Wednesdaywhen interfere with the integration.,
for the Elks. The cruise ) 'tI\t. a federal judge' In Jacksonville
,.I I {Ordering Chew to report in
will leave Miami, Friday, August '/$1'' 81- ,M added attorneys' 'fees 20 days on his dealings with
28, at 4:30\p.m., arrive in -: 't:4l' .I to the convictions. Negroes, Judge Simpson said

Nassau 8 a.m., spending Saturday,,}two morning days, at In "fJI" ", rCJ i.'I. Palms William! Congress Chew Irm manager at St. Augustine of- '. 'All I can say to Mr. Chew'is
: .'' that he must admit Negroeson
,'- 'along with his
exotic Nassau and return corpora-
Miami, Monday, morning, at : .,.". .. tion, Empire Inns, was orderedto the same basis as white
.. .... people. If he refuses to accom-
'' .JIiII".. pay $400 toward the costs of
will be
9 ajn. The ship your '
'. modate Negro guests the burden
hotel while In Nassau and all \ ." }.'* _"". attorneys Ists who brought for the the Integration-complaint. will be on him if he la Wrought
meals are Included and served A back to this court to show me
throughout the trip. f .. : Charles M. Lance Jr., a St. what was with them
." wrong -
..., Augustine timber dealer and
and It can't be just because they
Jl colorful and massive International ,. :", .. volunteer deputy sheriff was are local: people."
Parade led by a .. >' ordered to resign as a deputy
unit of the Air-force Color ,. and pay $200 of the plaintiffs The judge ordered Lance to
Guard and many other Elk report In 20 day that he has
units will be held 1:00 p.m. .. cost.Tobias Simon, the principal resigned his nonsalarled job as
Tuesday, August 25. ,,: V :.;.- A".. attorney for the plaintiffs, toldnew.m bunded deputy m St. Johns

Highlighting the social 'calendar { a _* rCaxeius __> '"__.._. _. _. ;. n that the money will County
Is the Elk's Grand Ball --- u be contributed to the NAACP's He 'told the defendants "It
given at the fabulous and huge Muhammad All Clay ties for the day which will climax legal defense fund. might be higher next time! ,"
Miami Beach Convention Hall, and hi* new bride, pretty ChJCii with a gigantic show to Judge Bryan Simpson found then remarked that he hoped
Thursday August 27. o model HonJI llol, help photographer benefit the Dinah Washington Chew and Lance guilty of violating there will be no next time and
'reservation Isaac Button boot an Injunction Issued ear- offered his cervices as moderator -
Table be and made ticket In advance Dinah Washington Day, scheduled -I Foundation. Aug. 29 III. the lier this month, ordering operators in any effort to work out
should ,than the opening for August 29' in Chicago. birthday anniversary of the of 17 restaurants and: voluntary! compliance by other
and of the not convention.later Button is chairman- of actlvlS !ate"Mae qu n- NPl photo.>. motels to serve Negroes on businessmen at St. Augustine

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Mr. and Mrs. RAYMONDHEARTIE SO HAPPY to know Betty _
are vacationing In Sands Page is out of the hos-
the Northeast, The Heartiesare pital and feeling well again. 'v-; iMtIL's x
visiting relatives In Con-
ecticut and New York. Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM

GET WELL BROWN: and brother, John ...; :....
vn SITES to of New York are house guestsat
Mrs. Ethel
Blanche Dean.

NASSAU In the Bahamas of- A tnOn.CRA'U'FORD. ba+Ct-
times called the isle of the pink leus of Gamma Zeta Omega ,-... l

pearls waters, with and quaint its beauftlul, clear chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha -- .__. ... -... ....- 1/Or1
scenery lured Sorority, attended the Boule in
many Miami visitors Philly last week. One of the best deferents toJO'f'nUe boy in the area. I I fer can do for the boys.; We Intend -
Delinquency is to pro- The club meets twice per to make this club felt for
Among those relaxing in Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM Tide wholesome recreation for month in the Bonded Public good in our community.
this nearby vacation spot were HAMILTON vacationed at Tus- ;youngsters. Above Itt on example Relations sfcidhoriura and receive "Won't yon sponsor a clnj>"?
ElJery T. Sands. Frankie S. kegee in Alabama. In action Thta Cot-bar instructions from the Our facilities are availablecall:
Tlolle, Claranell McKenzie, IT'S'' BOTH. Club, sponsored! by the officer and directors and as ;you C. A. Lockhart director public
:SUsie Davis, HeWn. Culmer and Edward GOOD Wake to know is that Bonded Rental Agency, Inc., I recogn(7( "our own Butterball; relations Bonded Recital Agency,
bthree daughters, Pearl being confined to improvingafter Jackson 4150 NW 7th Ave., composed of hooping it up as only the Bat- Inc. '
Turner, Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Hospital
Shirley% Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Hannah Elsiada Anders and REV nand MRS. MARION S. EDYTHE WARS of WASHINGTON Mr and Mrs. Stokes turned home where she had to
children, Mr and Mrs. Henry PORTIER of St. Patil's Episco- D. C. Is visiting with answer the call of the school
Clark. pal Church, Washington, N.C. relatives and renewing friend- Have Houseguests bell and the laughter of happy
are visiting in Miami. The Por- children at Dunklin Elemen-
TUB CARTERS (Allen and tiers are formerly of Deerfield. ships. Edythe Is the sister of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Henry tary School where she is one
Almla! ) along with their Charles, who owns and operates Stokes of 2205 NW 155th St.,
son, are Mrs. Carolyn Portier, sister of of the instructors and coordi-
motoring to Smithfield, Va. the priest, accompanied the North Travel Bureau. Opa-locka had as their houseguest nator to the principal.
I for the summer a cousin -
for their two weeks away from Portiers to Miami. I
It all ALL STUDENTS assigned to: Miss Ruth Davis, King of
/TILE National Convention of ninth and tenth grade at Northwestern Coleman, Fla.
:Mrs. KENNETH ROGERS Postal Employees met in our I Senior High are askedto Many hospitalities were REV. LAURA
Anatol Reeves) and Jona- city last week. I learned but
son shown Miss King while visiting Spiritualist, Reader and
report on Thursday
than of Nassau were In o u r perhaps you know, that 1 out mornIng the Stokes and their children Advisor
city on a shopping of 10 9 a.m. -
trip last persons in United States
Mr. and Mrs. James Greene
week Returning home, Anatol works in our postal system and THE CHRIS WAln II.\\I'S: of 2030 NW 151th St. Outstanding Healings and blessings toGod'
will accompany her three child- that as of March there were Powers
(Marie) are :hosts to Mrs. of these hospitalities werea
rein to England where 206
will women letter carriers.
they One visit will convince
Fredrick you
attend I Cooper and her three surprise birthday dinner giv-
"prep schools"
in our city they were guests. While of LITTLE DEBORAH JEAN granddaughters. en at the lovely home of Mr. that Rer. Laura will help
WEST of Chicago, will leave and Mrs. Greene on August 2. through her of
the Scavella family Elliott entertained CYNTHIA DAVIS of Nusan, : you power
a group of boys witha the city Monday to r e t urn is vacationing In our city for The family presented her blessings.
weinle roast in Jonathan's home from her summer vaca- a couple of weexs.ERNESTINE with lovely gifts, cards and a DONATIONS ONLY
honor at his sister's, Mrs. Le- tion with her aunt, Emma Lou beautiful birthday cake. Mrs.
UN 6-5882
ome Culmer. Ward. Deborah had a wonderful ALMA and M, Whitaker entertained Mmes.
time. She will fly Air Lineon ALBERT HUTCHESON 612 71st Street
Mr and Mrs CLARENCE her return. Her first air- ed to Nassau this week return-I Stokes, Greene and King at a
Eva Robinson CULMER. returned plane flight. Deborah wants to enjoyable visit with their father lovely luncheon Wednesday of Miami Beach
to Detroit after a brief' think all the little friends who the Rev. Ernest Hutcheson.It last week.. Miss King has re- Take L bus

Fta1sHlng parents and were, so..nice.to her..while here ..II".J.JII..JI. if.!t. T IT".IT IT.T T..IT..T..9.IT...IJ..I..4..JJ1.! 4..4..4..J..4..IJ..4..JJI.I....JIA..JJIA JY..J][", ,...IT..... T--'".JII..4 J oLI1I'.4..IL..J.L.I1L.JT_...................... ..'" to or........
friends. -- ---- -
"speclauyJeo jomveue san- -- ----
dra Williams, Danny Sue Francis
)frr. and 3fr ALONZO PAN- Valeria Albury and Debo-
NI.V Links the R. R. Moton: rah Everette.Mr .
principal) did quite a bit of
motoring to complete their vacation. *. HAZEL C. SANDERS
The Fannins visited with of Opa-locka returns from a 2
relatives and friends in Philly, week surprise trip given by her
New York, Augusta, Ga., St. brother, Frank Newman and (
Pete and Tampa. They reporta family in Berkley, Cal Mrs.
delightful time. Sanders flew Jet National, spenta _
weekend in Los Angeles
NELLIE ROBERTS really which she describes as wonderful -
Jets around. This time it's and fascinating. Only a little
Portland, Maine. Thanks for rugged car travel through
the card, Nellie. beautiful mountains and safe-
are entertaining house guests Mrs. DOROTHY ADSIDE
Beartrice Hill (Major's sister) Mrs. Laura CXBryant Miss
and her friend Carrie Peterson Caretha Bawl. Mrs. Lottie Rolle
of News' York are here for the wind. Mrs. Edna Starke were GOT NEW-CAR
Elks convention. Before returning welcomed aboard the s.s Flori- THE FEVER?
these Ladies are planning da, for a cruise to the city of
to visit Nassau. Nassau. The trip was most enjoyable -

)'r. tied )(n&. DEWRY and, delightful. We've got the cure!
son relaxed -
with relatives in and wife the Presiding Bishop
Day- of the 7th Episcopal District A low-cost
tona Beach. I. easy-payment car loan from
and one of his leadin pastors,
AMONG the delegation of Rev. J. Grady, are the house Lincoln National
Elks from Nassau are: Gladys guests of his son In the ministry -*
Bailey, Louise Symonette, I Rev. J. BsXamin Dlackneli. -
Helen Adderly, Nathaniel Bishop Cibbs will deliver 1. Shop around for the car yon want.

BzJley I Fred Williams, Lillian the baccalaureate sermon at the Bring us the make, model and price
Elks cmventlon.Mrs. .
Archer and Cyril Williams.Mr. t

and Men. OTHELLO I EVA GRANT returnsfrom .. 2. We will okay your loan quickly

JOHNSON ST. of Opa-locka re- a month's vacation in W and with no red tape. Our loan
turtned home on Monday after New York City where she was $ .
visiting New York and the Just In time to help her mother policy is very liberal we wantto

World's Fair.PAULINE. celebrate her 91st birtfl\\ make loans.
and while there she also visited
IIIGGS JOHNSON the World's Fair. 3. Interest can be as low as 4V4S on
and little Michael Johnson
are Mr*. LULA HUGHES and a new car, and payments for as
home again after a restful sum- grand
daughter, Winifred
returned -
mer In Hampton, Va. to Ocilla, Ga. after Tin J. D. Mack bead long as 36 months the lowest

spending a delightful two week teller. Just come in and payments possible. We also make

Lillian KATE Mazon DEAN are STIRRUP visiting sev-and with kins. her Mrs.sister Hughes, Mrs.and Mary Winnie Jen- uk for me, and I'll be loans on used cars up to 5 years

eral cities in the New Et1g1.and> : were entertained with a beach dad to help yon.** old.

states for the summer. party last Monday, a tour of

tifai VERNON vacation with JACKSON the "home spent they tertalning visited: trip.Jacksonville On their return and iL LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF

folks" In Daytona Beach. spent some, Mrs.time Evangellne with Winnie'smother Harris -

Fr. and Mr*. LEON (Barena) Mrs. Hughes daughter. MIAMI

WILLIAMS, followed route 301 EVELYN GRANGER of the First fully Integrated bonk in the entire SoullrNSI-
with In Washington,
Orioles Club celebrated birth-
a right here in the Edison
York and Connecticut. day last week with a fabulous Financial Center

SINCERE CoD '&taWJOD. birthday party given her by a 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431
best wishes to Percy and very dear friend. The Orioles t
and Carmetta Brown who were remarried club members and her dear ....... ....... *30 o..2 p. Mo last week. friends enjoyed themselves to ... spa M.9130 o P"4 S pta-. ptII J oho Sot.9 .MOO*.
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Dt. Elks Expect Best Convention in MiamiFinal I

details arc being con- nite responsibilities demanding Grand Coordinator, president of Emphasis will be placed on Church a well known civic
cluded for what is expected to accurate knowledge with per- Georgia State Association and internal organization and operation leader in the convention city.
be 'the most enlightening and sistent application toward defi. Miss Buena V. Kelly, Grand building from within A delicate flower figure salute -
colorful convention of the Grand nite goals. The way in which Daughter Secretary through knowledge and efficient !- 1o the Grand Exalted Ruler y
Temple Daughters of IBPOEW these responsibilities are dis- procedures. 4Iobson Reynolds rA\ the
held at Bayfront Park Audi- charged results la the concepts FIVE WORKSHOPS"Our grand Daughter Ruler, NettleH.
torlum, August 22 to 28 in MI- members have of the organiza- Fraternal Image" will AWARDS BANQUET Smith will feature delegatesfrom
ami. Beach front hotels and tion. be developed in five workshopsas The brilliant Achievement Florida. A Royal Cotillion
city hostelries have been book- I follows: Award Banquet will be held in will be (given by "Princesses",.
"IJoW' the public reacts to
ed to for delegates from other states..
capacity some tim the Everglades Ballroom of the
fraternal organizations, pri-
Area I. Reflect the Frank Casciola of
"Deputies president
Our Fraternal Image' churches other New Everglades Hotel on
vate agencies, ,
theme of the convention, has groups and organizations is im- Image"of the Grand Daughter Thursday night, August 27, at local No. 655 American Federa.
been carefully ((correlated with portant" continued Mrs. Smith. Ruler Area II. Daughter Rul- 5:30: p.m. Emma V. Kelley, tion of Musicians will providea
the internal operations of the "Organizations like ours must ers Reflect the Image of the Founder is memorialized in famous Miami orchestra for
organization as well as the be a vital element in the life of I Cardinal Principal of Elkdom." this outstanding Grand Temple dinner music and the cotillions I
community as a whole. The the community sharing in all Area III. "Secretaries and Treasurers Daughters activity. This year Vocal selections will be given
idea was selected 'with deliberate activities, responsive to the Reflect the Image of the Banquet will posthumously by Geneva Williams operatic
care by the heads of the organization needs aware of and doing some- sound business and public honor the late Eleanor soprano from New York and
as a technique to Improve thing about the manifold probes relations." Area IV. "Depart- Roosevelt, the best known and Leila Williams of Miami.
and create greater un- lems everywhere in America ments Reflect the Image of the admired woman of the twen- Greetings will be Drought by
derstanding of the purposes of "Build that image" is the admonition organization's economy." Area tieth century. A bronze plaque Grand Exalted Ruler, Hobson
the organization founded over of the head of this pow- V "Juveniles and Juniors Reflect willl, be presented by the Grand Reynolds andV. t O. Perry,
50 years ago by Emma V. Kel- erful group of 65,000 women. the Image of the organiza- Daughter Secretary, Miss Buena chalman of the convention
ley In Norfolk, Va. The organi- tional pattern."
V" Kelley, to the Grand Daughter -
important feature of the
zation has grown from a local
Ruler Mrs. Nettle B. Smith
convention is the official The discussants are: Mrs.
group of 20 women to hundredsof open-
temples scattered throughout Ing on Saturday, Aug. 22. Dir- Maple Lee Pratt, Phoenix,Ariz; who in turn will present it to Fifty-year members, state
Gretchen Ann Eleanor Roosevelt presidents of state associations
the country, Canada and rectlv after business is concluded Mrs. Daisy Murrell, W. Palm
the West Indies. More than iIyman H. Bookbinder, executive Beach, Fla; M*. Alice Williams daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and International delegates are
65,000'Omen and juveniles are officer of the Presi New Orleans. La; Mrs. Suella Elliott Roosevelt of Miami, Florida. special guests of honor. A
dent's Task Force on the War rapacity audience is expectedas
active members of this power- Johnson, Milwaukee, Wise; Mrs.
ful group. Against Poverty, Washington Tributes to Mrs. Rooseveltwill Negro women become tho
D. C., will speak to the assembled Ethel Williams, E. Orange, N.J.; be given in poetry by Mrs. first fraternal group to memorize
FRATERNAL IMAGE: delegates explaining Mrs Ester McElroy Phoenix, Hobson Reynolds; "As a Leader one of the world's
the entire program In detail. Ariz; Mrs. Vernell 1(. Johnson of Women". by Mrs. Franklin great the unquenchable Eleanor .

heemethodoof the theme On Monday, August 24, the St. PetersUurg, Fla; Mrs. Vic- .. Williams of Coral Gables ''Mrs.Roosevelt.Vivian C. Mason of Norfolk -
the desirable developing Annual Grand Temple Conven- toria P. Nesbitt, New York N. }.Florida wife of the vice presi- Virginia is general chair-
Image" "Fraternal tion workshop will be held in 1 Y.; Mrs. Symantha Minor New dent of the University of Miami
Mrs. Nettle B. Smith the Park auditorium' man of the program assisted by
Grand Daughter Ruler of New Mrs. Nettle B. Smith, Grand Haven, Conn; Mrs. Catherine and Rev. Edward T. Gra- u corps of assistants from all
York said: "Within the organization Daughter Ruler, will preside Smith, Boston, Mass, and Mrs. :ham pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist. sections: of the country.
each section has defi ------- ---
assisted by Mrs. Leona. Denson Mamie B. Fluker Detroit Mich. I


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Grand Exalted Ruler Hobson R. Reynolds housing project, Elks Valley View Apart-

and top Elk offcial at they met ments, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ground break-

I with FHA officers: and builders to sign the ing dlate was set all August 5, and comple

papers for the $3 million Elks low income tion during 1965.

I Bishop Gibbs And I Elks Convention To Be

Dr. Moore SpeakersA Put on Celluloid HereConvinced

that conventionsof '
prominent churchman anda Terrace Hotel. This is one of the Elks the Improved;
noted college president, top the traditional highlights of the y o o6q Benevolent and Protective Or
of Elks of the World
leader in the U. S. Negro com- weeklong sessions. der are)
historic events !in
contemporary -
munity, will speak during
life Baker Enter-
Improved Benevolent Protective Negro ,
Order of ElKs of tne World prises, producer of films, records -
convention which opens today and publications on Negro ,
in Bayfront Park Audi- life and history will film the
torium. highlights of the Grand Lodge .
convention in Miami August 22 1.1''
Bishop Carey A. Gibbs, presiding to 28. i
of the African
bishop Church of F This project, approved some .
lime Hobson
South Carolina will speak at ago by
services Sunday, grand exalted ruler, was an- lihL
baccalaureate Audi- bia9R4D' fnounced Jointly by W. A. Perry,
August 23, at Bayfront chairman of the arrangements
torium. committee and Vincent ff.: Baker -
A Wshop since 1948, Gibbs is
president of Baker Enterprises u
a member of the general boardof following a conferenceat
the National Council of the Hotel New Yorker.
Churches in the U. S., and has S Baker Enterprieses is locat-
served his church in West ed at 271 West 12&th St in New A A
Africa, the West Indies and York City.Cameras.
South America.Dr. e
Richard W. Moore, pre- will be turned on
sident of BethuneHCookman RICHARD V. MOORB such eve n t s as the Civil Beginning Saturday, August
Daytona Beach, will un. Liberties meeting, the Oratorical -
College 22 all units of the Elks mustregister
Dr. Moore, first Negro super-
annual educational Contest the parade, the
the ,
keynote schools for tho parade at the
scheduled for Saturday visor of state secondary Awards Dinner end the Grand I'
banquet BIRIIOr CAREY GIBBshack's has an enviable educationaibackground Alcazar Hotel, 500 Blscayne
August 22, In the Biscayne and is a director Ball.An I, Boulevard. Zeke Brady, stato

-- ----I -- I I I I I I -I I I I -- -- and member of the executive interview' with Mr. Reynolds colonel.
committee of the United Negro and the Grtfnd Daughter
MENSWEAR College Fund. Ruler Mrs. Nettle Smith, will I Father and Son
be part of the film.
In Battle of SongsThere
SEE "MR. JACK"FOR AMEKindergarten "Few people outside of Elk-
St. James dom know what great contri- will be a battle of
butions the organization is conga between father and son
STYLES FOR ALL AGES making to the social bettermentof featuring; Marvin Ludlow and
Fashion our people' said Mr. Baker Willie T. Phillips sponsored by
The Very Latest in Men' St. James AME Kindergarten Sunlight Pallbearers No. 100,
MOHAIR SUITS HATS 1845 NW 65th St., Hot meals, "We are proud to be autho- to bo at Liberty Square Cen-
SILK transposition. Registration onw rized to film the lOBi conven- ter, 6300 NW 14th Ave. on Sunday -
ITALIAN SHOES open. efficient and capable perFonell tion and pledge that our descriptions I September 13 at 2:30: p.m.
Florida School opens August 31, analysis and photog- I for an evening of good gospelsinging
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Mr. and Mrs. RAYMOND SO HAPPY to know Betty
1IKASTIE are vacationing in Sands Page is out of the hos-
the Northeast. The Heastles pital and feeling well again.
:are visiting relatives in Connecticut -
: and New York. Mr. and Mm. WILLIAM v
BROWN and brother, John: !
GET WELL WISHES to of New York are house guestsat .a
Mrs. Ethel Dunn.
Blanche Dean. I II

NASSAU, in the Bahamas of- AURORA CRAWFORD, basl- -, I
times called the isle of the pink leus of Gamma Zeta Omega : !ir L: I

pearls, with its beauftlul, clear chapter Alpha Kappa Alpha 1
waters and quaint scenery lUr- Sorority, attended the Boule In
ed many Miami visitors. Philly last week. One of the best detercnts to boys in the area. I ter can do for the boys. We intend -
Juvenile Delinquency is to pro- The club meets twice per to make this club felt for
Among those relaxing in Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM vide wholesome recreation for month in the Bonded Public good in our community.
this nearby vacation spot were HAMILTON vacationed at Tus- youngsters. Above in on example Relations itfuditorium and receive "Won't you sponsor a club"?
Kllery T Sands, Frankie S. kegee in Alabama. In action. Tha Cck'bar instructions from the Our facilities are available,call:
Uolle, Claranell McKenzIe, Boys Club, sponsored by the officer and directors and as you C. A. Lockhart, director public
'/Susie Davis, Hekfa{ Culmer and ms GOOD to know that Bonded Rental Agency, Inc., recognl/.o 'our own Butterball; relations Bonded Rental Agency
Tier three daughters, Pearl Edward being Wake confined Is to improvingafter Jackson 4150 NW 7th Ave., composed of whooping it up as only the But- Inc. *

'Turner, Dr. and Mrs. Edwin: Hospital.
Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Hannah. Elsiada Anders and REV ninth! MRS. MARLON S. EDYTHE WARS 0 f WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Stokes turned home where she had to
children, Mr and Mrs. Henry PORTIER of St. Paul's Episco- D. C. is visiting with answer the call of the school
Clark. pal Church, Washington, N.C. relatives and renewing friend- Have Houseguests bell and the laughter of happy

are visiting In Miami. The Por- ships. Edythe is the sister of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Henry children at Dunklin Elemen-
THE CARTERS (Allen and tlers are formerly of Deerfield.Mrs. I Stokes of 2205 NW 155th St., tary School where she Is one
Alma) along with their son! are Carolyn Portler, sister of Charles, who owns and operates Opa-locka had as their houseguest of the Instructors and coordI-
motoring to SmIthfIeld, Va. the priest, accompanied the I North Travel Bureau. for the summer a cou- nator to the principal.

for their two weeks away from Portiers to Miami. ALL STUDENTS, assigned to sin, Miss Ruth Davis, King of
it fill.
(THE National Convention of ninth and tenth grade at Northwestern Coleman, Fla. REV. LAURA
Mrs. KENNETH ROGERS Postal Employees met in our Senior High are askedto Many hospitalities were
'(Anatol Reeves) and son Jona- city last week. I learned, but report on Thursday morn- shown Miss King while visit- Spiritualist, Reader and
than of Nassau were in o u r perhaps you know, that lout lag/ 9 a.m. ing the Stokes and their child- Advisor
city on a shopping trip last of 10 persons in United States ren Mr. and Mrs. James Greeneof Healings and blessings, toGod'
week. Returning home, Anatol work In our postal system and TilE CHRIS WAREHAM'S 2030 NW 154th St. Outstanding -
will accompany her three child- that; as of March there were (Marie) are hosts to Mrs. of these hospitalities werea Powers
rein to England where they will 200 women letter carriers. Fredrick Cooper and her three surprise birthday dinner giv- One visit will convince you

attend "prep schools", While, LITTLE DEBORAH JEAN granddaughters. en at the lovely home of Mr. that Rev. Laura will help
in our city they were guests of and Mrs.
Greene 2.
on August
her of
the Scavella family Elliott en- WEST of Chicago, will leave CYNTHIA DAVIS of Nassau you through power
tertaJfned a group of boys with the city Monday to r e t urn Is vacationing in our city for The family presented her blessings.
a welnle roast in Jonathan's home from her summer vacation a couple of weens.ERNESTINE with lovely gifts, cards and a DONATIONS ONLY
honor at his sister's, Mrs. Le- with her aunt, Emma Lou beautiful birthday cake. Mrs. UN 6-6882
Ward. Deborah ALMA and
had a wonderful M Whitaker entertained Mmes.
ome Culmer. time. She will fly Air Lineon ALBERT IIUTCHESON 612 71st Street
return-I Stokes, Greene and King at
Mr and Mrs. CLARENCE her return. Her first air- ed to Nassau this week
(Eva Robinson) CUliMKR, returned plane flight Deborah wants to enjoyable visit with their father lovely luncheon Wednesday of Miami Beach
to Detroit after a brief th nk all the little friends who the Rev. Ernest Hutcheson. last week., Miss King has re- Take L bus

friends.stay visiting parents and were>:nN'fl11\1'so nice(9en 1o her Tnlllvaffa while here.!C!1n_ I -Jr..jI..jI..jJ'II.JI..JI.II'.jI.II'.II'.I..I..jI..jIJI..I ..jI..jI 1. I ...I.II'.jI.II'JT..jT I..JIJI..T..JIJr..JI.JIJIJI..I..I.JI.JI.JI.: : ..I1JI..I.Jr,"JI 1'I.I.II 1'I.1IJr 1'1 II..1'1.. .... .I Jr.JIi.1
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i:1: Williams i i i Danny Sue Francis
Mid and Sirs. ALONZO PANNIN Valeria Albury and Deborah
(Linnie's the R. R. Moton Everette.
principal) did quite a bit of
motoring to complete their va- Mrs. HAZEL C. SANDERS
cation. The Fannlns visited with of Opa-locka returns from n 2
relatives and friends In Philly, week surprise trip given by her
New York, Augusta, Ga., St. brother Frank Newman and
Pete and Tampa. They report family In Berkley, Cal Mrs. -
a delightful time. Sanders flew Jet National, spent f '" _
a weekend in Los Angeles -
NELLIE ROBERTS; really which she describes as wonderful -
gets around. This time it's and fascinating. Only n little
Portland rugged car travel through
Maine. Thanks for ')
the card, Nellie. beautiful mountains and safe-
entertaining house guests, Mrs. DOROTHY ADSIDE,
Beartrlce Hill (Major's sister) Mrs. Laura O'Bryant, Miss
and her friend, Carrie Petersonof Caretha Bawl Mrs. Lottie Rolle
Newt York are here for the alnd Mrs. Edna Starke were GOT THE NEW.C RFEVER
Elks convention. Before return- welcomed aboard the s.s Florida ?
ing these ladles are planning' for a cruise to the city of
Nassau. The trip was most enjoyable -
to visit Nassau.Mr. I
and, delightful.
and Mrs, DEWEY I We've got the cure!
( ) and son relaxed -
with and wife, the Presiding Bishopof
relatives in
Day- the 7th District A low-cost
tona Beach Episcopal easy-payment car loan from
and one of his leading! pastors,
AMONG the ,tic-legation of, Rev. J, Grady, are the house Lincoln National
Elks from Nassau are: Gladys guests of his son in the minis
Bailey, Louise Symonette, try Rev. J. B ?siamin Blacknell.
Helen Adderly, Nathaniel Bishop Glbbs will deliver 1. Shop around for the car you want.

Bailey, Fred Williams, Lillian the baccalaureate sermon at the +z < Bring us the make, model and price
Elks convention,
Archer and Cyril Williams. "'.Q AT l
2. We will okay your loan quickly
Mr. and Mrs. OTHELLO Ml*. EVA GRANT returns
JOHNSON Sr. of Opa-locka re- from a month's vacation in -, and with no red tape. Our loan
tuitaed {,home on Monday after New York City where she was t "' is
visiting New York and the Just in time to help her mother ; policy very liberal we wantto
World's Fair. celebrate her 91st blrtttV\y make loans.
and while there she also visit-
PAULINE HIGGS JOHNSON ed the World's Fair. ., 3. Interest can be as low as 4Vi% on

and little Michael Johnson are Mrs. LULA HUGHES and a new car, and payments for as
home again after a restful sum grand daughter,. Winifred returned -
mer In Hampton, Va. to Ocllla, Ga. after "I'm J. D. Mack, head long as 36 months the lowest

spending a delightful two week teller. Just come in and payments possible. We also make
KATE DEAN STIRRUP and with her sister, Mrs. Jen-
Mary ask for and I'll be
me, loans used
on to 5
Lillian Mazon are visiting! sev- kins. Mrs. Hughes and Winnie cars up years
eral cities in the New Enfelajnd: were entertained with a beach ,glad: to help yon.** old.

states for the summer. party last Monday, a tour' of -

VERNON JACKSON spent they tertainlng visited trip.Jacksonville On their return and ;

his vacation in Daytona with Beach.Fr. the ."homefolks" spent some, Mrs.time Evangeline with Winnie'smother Har- LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF

and Mrs. LEON (Sarcna) ris Mrs. Hughes daughter. MIAMI

WILLIAMS in followed route 301 EVELYN GRANGER of the First fully Integrated bank in the entire Southeast
with stops Washington, Orioles Club celebrated a birthday -
right here In the Edison
York and Connecticut. last week with a fabulous ( Financial Center

SINCERE Congratulations birthday party given her by a 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431
wishes to Percy and very dear friend. The Orioles
and Carmetta best Brown who were remarried club members and her dear Banking fc.mi. WO any.2 pm Moit,Tvf..Wd. Closed Thun. .b erd r to

last week. lends, enjoyed themselves to b. ep'nfrl9i30am.2 pm and S pw8. pm ol o Sot.9 om' .noon.
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Final details are being con- nite responsibilities demanding Grand Coordinator, president of Emphasis will be placed on Church, a well known civic
cluded for what is expected to accurate knowledge with per- Georgia State Association and Internal organization and opera.. leader in the convention city. f
be the most enlightening a n d sistent application toward defl Miss Buena V. Kelly, Grand tion, building from within A delicate flower figure salute -
colorful convention of the Grand nite goals. The way In which Daughter Secretary. through knowledge and effici- to the Grand Exalted Ruler
Temple Daughters of IBPOEW these responsibilities are dis- ent procedures. ,Hobson Reynolds r id the
held at Bayfront Park Auditorium charged results is the concepts FIVE WORKSHOPS"Our grand Daughter Ruler, Nettle-
August 22 to 28 in Mi- members have of the organization. Fraternal Image" will AWARDS BANQUETThe U. Smith will feature delegates
ami. Beach front hotels and .'" be developed In five workshopsas brilliant Achievement from Florida. A Royal Cotillion.
city hostelries have been booked will tie 'iglven by "Princesses",,
"How the public reacts to follows: Award Banquet will be held in
to capacity for some time the Everglades Ballroom of the delegates from other states.
fraternal organizations, pri- Area I. Reflect the Frank Casciola of
Our Fraternal Image" vate agencies: churches, other "Deputies New Everglades Hotel on president
theme of the convention, has groups and organizations is Im- Image of the Grand Daughter Thursday night, August 27, at local No. 655 American Federa-
been carefully ((correlated with portant" continued Mrs. Smith. Ruler." Area II. Daughter Rul- 5:30: p.m. Emma V. Kelley, tion of Musicians will providea
the Infernal operations of the "Organizations like ours must ers Reflect the Image of the Founder, Is memorialized In I famous Miami orchestra for
organization as well as the be a vital element in the life of Cardinal Principal of Elkdom." this outstanding Grand Temple dinner music and the cotillions.
community as a whole. The the community sharing in all Area III. "Secretaries and Trea Daughters activity This year Vocal selections will be given
idea was selected 'with deliberate activities, responsive to the surers Reflect the Image of the Banquet will posthumously by Geneva Williams operatic
care by the heads of the organization needs, aware of and doing some- sound business and public honor the late Eleanor soprano from New York, and
as a technique to improve thing about the manifold prob- relations." Area IV. "Depart- Roosevelt, the best known and Leila Williams of Miami.
and create greater un- lems everywhere In America. ments Reflect the Image of the admired woman of the twen- Greetings will be UrouRht by
derstanding of the s of "Build that image" is the admo- organization's economy, Area tieth century. A bronze plaque Grand Exalted Ruler, Hobson
the organization found over nition of the head of this pow- \'. "Juveniles and Juniors Reflect willl be presented by the Grand Reynolds and W. O. Perry,
50 years ago by Emma V. Kel- erful group of 65,000 women. the Image of the organizational Daughter Secretary, Miss BuenaV chalman: of the convention
ley In Norfolk, Va. The organi- pattern." *
the Grand
Kelley, to Daughter -
zation has grown from a local An Important feature of the
Ruler, Mrs. Nettie B. Smith,
of 20 convention Is the official open- The discussants are: Mrs.
group women to hundredsof
temples scattered throughout Ing on Saturday, Aug. 22. Dir- Maple Lee Pratt, Phoenix, Ariz; who in turn will present It to Fifty-year members, state
the country Canada and rectlv after business is concluded Mrs. Daisy Murrell, W. Palm Gretchen Ann Eleanor Roose- presidents of state associationsand
the West Indies. More than Hyman H. Bookbinder executive Beach, Fla; MM Alice Williams, velt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. International delegates are
65,000 women and Juveniles are officer of the Presi New Orleans. La; Mrs. Suella Elliott Roosevelt of Miami, Flo special guests of honor. A

active members of this power- dent's Task Force on the War Johnson, Milwaukee, Wise; Mrs. rida.Tributes capacity audience is expectedas
ful group. Against Poverty, Washington, I to Mrs. Roosevelt I Negro women become the-
D. C., will speak to the assembled Ethel Williams, E Orange, N.J.; I will be given in poetry by Mrs first fraternal group to memorize -
FRATERNAL IMAGE : delegates explaining Mrs Ester McElroy, Phoenix, I Hobson Reynolds; "As a Leader one of the world's
the entire program In detail. Ariz; Mrs Vernell K. Johnson, of Women". by Mrs. Franklin great the unquenchable Eleanor

and Commenting 1he method on the theme On Monday, August 24, the St. Petersburg, Fla; Mrs. Vic- Williams of Coral Gables, ,Mrs.Roosevelt Vivian C. Mason of Nor-
the desirable of developing."Fraternal Annual Grand Temple Conven- toria P. Nesbitt, New York, N. Florida, wife of the vice presi- folk, Virginia Is general chair-
Image" tion .workshop will be held In V.; Mrs Symantha Minor, New dent of the MI-
Mrs. Nettie B. Smith, the Bayfront Park auditorium II University of man of the program assisted byt
Grand Daughter Ruler of New Mrs. Nettie B. Smith, GrandDaughter Haven, Conn; Mrs. Catherine ami and Rev. Edward T. Graham corps of assistants from all

York zation,said each: "Within the organi Ruler, will preside Smith, Boston, Mass., and Mrs. i : pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist sections: of the country.
section has def assisted by Mrs. Leona Denson, Mamie B. Fluker, Detroit, Mich. I


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Grand Exalted Ruler Hobson R. Reynolds housing project, Elks Valley View Apartments

and top Elk offcials as they met Chattanooga, Tenn. Ground break

with FHA officer and builders to sign the ing dlate wa.. set afc August 5, and

papers for the $3 million Elks low income tion during 1965. cOIlqIe-1

I Bishop Gibbs And Elks Convention To Be

Dr. Moore SpeakersA I- Put that on conventionsof Celluloid HereConvinced

prominent churchman anda Terrace Hotel. This is one of the Elks the Improved
Benevolent and Protective Order V '(ZP t{ P Murhr
noted college president, top the traditional highlights of the p y 5
of Elks of the World, orei t
leader in the U. S. Negro com- weeklong sessions.
historic events in contemporary 'I V
munity, will speak during the
Benevolent Protective Negro life, Baker Enterprises -
Improved -
Order of ElKs of tne World 9Jfn producer of films,. rec- >;.r *iSi \
convention which opens today ords and publications on Negro
in Bayfront Park Auditorium life and history will film the
highlights of the Grand Lodge : .
convention In Miami August 22 \.
Bishop Carey A. Glbbs pre to 28.
bishop of the African :
siding ,
Methodist Episcopal Church of : This project, approved some w
South Carolina will speak at time ago by Hobson Reynolds,
grand exalted ruler was an-
services Sunday,
baccalaureate jnounced Jointly by W. A, Perry,
23 at AudJ-
August Bayfront chairman of the arrangements
torium.A committee and Vincent &: Baker -
bishop since 1948, Gibbs is president of Baker Enterprises _
a member of the general boardof > yjt following a conferenceat
the National Council of ,..n 4. ,
i s the Hotel New Yorker. I4 _
Churches in the U. S., and has /:4 Baker Hnterprleses Is located 1J
served his church in West at 271 West 125th St. In New -
Africa, the West Indies and : York City.Cameras.
South America.Dr. -
Richard W. Moore president r1)R. will be turned on cIr

of Bethune-jCookman: V. MOORE such eve n t s as the Civil Beginning Saturday, August
College, Daytona Beach, will Liberties meeting the Oratorical !-
first Negro 22 all units of the Elks must
Dr. Moore, super-
the annual educational Contest the parade, the
keynote ,
schools register for the parade at the
visor of state secondary
scheduled for Satur Awards Dinner end the Grand
banquet BISHOP CAREY GIBBS has an enviable educationalbackground Alcazar Hotel, 500 Blscayno
day, August 22, In the Biscayne and is a director Ball.An Boulevard. Zeke Brady, stato

-- -- -- -- and member of the executive Interview with Mr. Rey- colonel.
committee of the United Negro nolds and the Gr$nd Daughter
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE College Fund. Ruler Mrs. Nettie Smith, will Father and Son
be part of the film.
In Battle of SongsThere
"MR. JACK"FOR AMEKindergarten "Few people outside of Elk-
St. James dom know what great contributions will be a battle of
the organization Is songs between father and son
STYLES FOR ALL AGES making to the social bettermentof featuring Marvin Ludlow and
in Men's Fashion our people," said Mr. Baker Willie T. Phillip sponsored by
The Very Latest St. James AME Kindergarten Sunlight Pallbearers No. 190,
MOHAIR SUITS HATS 1815 NW 65th St., Hot meals, "We are proud to be autho- to be at Liberty Square Center
SILK transporatlon. ,Registration; onw rized to film the 1004 conven- 6300 NW 14th Ave. on Sun- I
ITALIAN SHOES open efficient and capable per- tion and pledge that out descriptions day, September 13 at 2:30: p.m.
Miami Florida ponell. School opens August 31, analysis end photog- for an evening of good gospel
944 NW 2nd Ave. 1964. for further Information rapny will We the beat that we singing, come out and enjoy

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Dr. Biftsoifc GetsAchievement

recently passed Civil Rights legislation has already Award

proved the necessity for having that measure on,
Dr. Wheelock A. Blsson of
the statute book.In Memphis Term., was one of the
the South many closed. avenues have been openedto two candidates selected by fia,
Negroes, most of them voluntarily. Like good Americans A and M University for Meritorious
many who look upon the Civil Rights Act with disfavor Achievement Certificates -
during summer
H. B. BIGI8MUND RKEVES, Editor and Publisher realize that it is the l law of the land, and as good exercise on Aug.commencement 7-

GARTH C. BEEVES. Managing Editor citizens, they must comply The presentation was made
There are others who will only comply when they by J.R.E. Lee, Jr. vice presidentof
Member of the National 'Newspapers Publisher Associatis* the university in the Lea
-* are forced to do so. However, that, is the way of life. Hall Auditorium.Dr. .
SITBSCRIPTION RATES That powerful weapon, the ballot box, is certainly
ONE YEAR $8.00 six MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGNEntered id.6/ doing its part, even though in some instances efforts are Blteson was born in ley
West where 'he
graduated from
as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1W7 at the Post Offl made to discourage voter registration.Take 'Douglass Junior High School
a* Miami, Florida, under th* sat of March 8, 187 a look at Tuskegee, Ala,, where Negroes utilized He Is a product of Florida A
the Civil Rights Act of 1957 land 1960. When a Federal and M and Harvard Universityand
Phone FR S-CSM
DowKtvn Office: 1112 N.W. SHI ATenne -
into in that county was a teacher for some
Court inquired voting practices ,
Main Office at OT40 N.W. ISth "en1le-PbODe OX 1-M21 time. He graduated from Me-
meetings were even held in the courthouse vault to pre- harry Medical: College In 19391.!
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The .. vent Negroes from registering.The He is a member of a numberof
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead Supreme Court stepped in and finally Negroes medical associations and
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to scientific societies, and other
began registering in large numbers. Two they.
color his human aDd) years ago
Tory man regardless or race, creed or civic and fraternal organiza
legal rights. Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Press had the majority votQ. tions.: He is an active memberof
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men are'cart The times have changed. On August 11 two Negroes, Emmanuel ;Episcopal Church
as long as anyone is held baok.WELCOME Dr. Stanley Hugh Smith, ia professor of sociology, and the lie was voted as the Tennessee -

Rev. R. L. Buford, a civil rights leader, gained the runoffin Volunteer'Doctor State of the, Medical Year' by As-the
ELKSThis ,the 'election for the city council.
sociation for the year 1962, and
They will be in the runoff election next month and. again In 1963.
week Miami is host.to. the Improved Benevolent Dr. Blsson Is brother of
according to reports!, have a: good chance of winning. a the
Protective Ordler of Elks of the W orla.' late Mrs. Vera Austin of this
city and Is uncle of Charles L.
It really is a double-decker, for the Elks and Antlersof ,
Annette Austin Jr. and Mrs. Delores
Hawkins St. Paul
the Bahamas opened (their sessions last Sunday, rni AMEKindergarten Hart both public school teachers -
closed on Wednfesday. They will participate in the Will DemonstrateAs ; here.

national conclave. .
a direct result of TEMPLE BAPTIST
" The Grand Exalted 'Ruler Dr.iHobson Reynolds, ,,and demand by those who ,heard popular of St. Paul AME Kindergartenat The Rev<-;J. R. /smith of Mt
thousands of members will be here for the opening on the free demonstration of make- 1870 'NW 51st Terr., announces Zion, Blmtnl, Bahamas, will be
Saturday, August 22. The Lodge of Sorrow will be at up and Its relations] to Negro For further its opening Information August 24 the preacher during the 11 a.m.,
women, the noted cosmetologist please service Sunday.
Auditorium.The .
the Bayfront call PL 1-1346 or 634-3720.
Hawkins, will The No. one choir, oldest
mammoth parade takes place Tuesday, Aug. demonstrate Thursday Aug. 20 Our program consists of auxiliary of the church, will
sup.ervised -
25, at 11 i pm. The Bahamas Police Band. will join in the at the Miami Barber College, play, Instruction In art celebrate its 34th anniversaryat
parade, that promises to be a spectacular' event. 14th Madam St. and 2nd Ave.: and craft, mid-morning snackof 3:30: p.m. Various choirs have
Hawkins will demonstrate Juice and crackers full been Invited and
a an Interesting
The Miami Times extends a hearty welcome to our for the benefit of those
who have beauty meal with milk at noon, an afternoon program Is anticipated.The .
visitors. problems per-
womdn will organize for
ullar to the Negro women. The nan on individual cots,
demonstration will commenceat Mrs. Johnnie McMillan, sup.visor. Woman's Day after service Sun-
OUR BAIL SYSTEMUnder 8 p.m. day morning.

the preslent bail system there is one standard .' Deaconess MeetingThe

of justice for .the rich and another' for the poor. These are BLUE Deaconess Board will
the words of State Attorney Richard Gerstein, who cer- MONDAY? hold its reular monthly meet-

tainly should know what he is talking about. Bethel ing Sunday Baptist, Aug.Church 23, between at New

Not only is the State Attorney :talking he is seekinga NO SIR'REEBUDDY 15th and 17th Ave. on 68th
change in the system that would release impoverished Terr at 3 p.m. Mrs. Martha

defendants from jail withoub bail. .,> 1I Allen, president.

A study, he said, shows that hundreds( of personsare Juanita's Kindergarten
held In jail here yearly for weeks or months before COME SEEROY'S Opening will be August 24.Pick:
their cases are disposed of, justrbeen/use' / they cannot laij- up and delivery service. For
ford the premium on a $250 or $"1,000 bond. further information vail Mrs.
Juanita Jackson, OX
The Gerstein plan would be similar to one successfully 12350.A29

used in New York City, established by the Vtera LOUNGE
Foundation. He has been in touch' with officials*of the DOMESTICMAIDS

foundation on the possibility of extending similar financial HOUSEKEEPERS,
arrangement' in Miami.It At the Famous 46th Street Liquors COOKS, MOTHER HELPER,

may bleu. possible for University of Miami studentsto COUPLE. For excellent live-In..
York and Connecticut
do the interviewing and checking on defendants, said openings in New
Gerstein. The home of |"|Let me ax ya some'n" areas.ALSO

Persons charged with murder, narcotics, certain sex Local openings male and female
offences and gambling would be excluded.' domestic, hotel laundry employee etc. ,
restaurant help
The State Attorney 4said, besides relieving the bur- The Auxiliary of The BURLANG ASSC.EMPLOYMENT .

den of the jail, it will also, in many instances, save the NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF POSTAL EMPLOYEES 54th AGENCY Street
502 NW
county welfare the necessity of providing food and shel- Ph. 7517674CocOnut
ter for the family of a man behind bafrs./ MID-SUMMER DANCE

The Miami Times believes the State Attorney's projectto Saturday, August 29 Grove
be worthwhile and hopes It materializes! Time CBS
: 10 p.n. Until $400 down 2-bedroom
:Metro judges too interested in the .
are change of Cutler Also 3-bedroom house
the bond rule. A committee of threte has recommendeQthat | | 20239 S. Ridge Auditorium
any traffic offender who proves 'the is a registered, Highway (Cutler Ridge Center) Realtors
voter, be released without posting a bond. Donation $1.25

A token of $1.00 would be required to comply with For further information call CE 5-1283 or CE 5-3229 Phone 448-5368

the state law. The recommendation received thle endorse- -.
ment of Chief Metro Judge Thomas O'Connell. SWINTON'S HOUSE OF

Another recommendation would be :having a Metro Are you happy with your,job? BEAUTY
judge on duty weekends to hold Saturday and Sunday Are you earning Specializing in nil phases of
arraignments for persons jailed on bench warrants or unable money now? hair styling and coloringAt
to show voter registration. you like the kind of work you are doing? their new locution

These recommendations would have to be approved IF THE ANSWER IS NO! 1935 NW: 62nd Street
by the 13 Metro judges. Phone 691-9897

They seem to be reasonable; ? and certainly would, in CALL OR WRITE Operators to nerve yon are:

our opinion, be well received by the public. We should Doris Radeon MaCkeyIda .
soon be able to receive the verdict. MIAMI BUSINESS COLLEGE ,Swiaton

,- Lillian Mitchell'

THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK 801 NW 79th Street 757-3651] Irelne EtaglishKatherene Brown

Congressman James Roosevelt of California, addres- Please send! information about clerk, typists and .. *szs: *&i fi5fytj j._-T-rrm

eing the 44th National Association 'of Letter Carriers' stenographic courses to prepare for CIVIL SERVICE Across From Park

Convention at Miami Beach on Tuesday, proposed what CAREERS and other jobs. Also special short
he thought ,might ,be the future link between racial riots to course, Choice colored church or school
and .flce across the nation. prepare as cashier, stock clerk and manager. I 48th Street and NW, 8th Ave.

The project will be joined by' our mailmen nrriw Special prografa for high school drop outs. Air conditioned type Sanctuary.construction.Institutional

the nation. Reo. Roosevelt said that he has discussed the
Idea with White House representatives and thlelr attitude Name .................................................-......_.................................. two Complete floors Sunday- heated.School On four on

Is that they will explore and examine the possibili lots. ,110000..... Call John Waren

tles.The :1IldreRR ......._................-..................-............................................. THE"KEYES'''''''ntmf'1It. CO.

proposal brought loud applause from 6,700 delepate -

and others at the Fontatnebleaia Hotel_ Tf'I. No. ..................................... Age ........................... 234 Biscayne Blvd. Realtors
v' ,:The plan seems feasible to Ye Editor. .. FR 1-3592
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Mansaughter Island Club

SECTIONSunday Thlrty-seven-year-old JohnL. 1000 N. W. 2nd AVENUE
night a six-foot high Jackson of 5320 NW 25th RANDOLPH KINDERGARTEN ,I''
crass a KKK symbol Ave., was sentenced this weekto WELCOMES THE 65th ELKS
burned for 15 minutes on a Miami five years in state prison for CONVENTION
Springs golf course. manslaughter.Paul AND PRESENTS Registration is now in progress for the coming school
Florida state law prohibitsthe Reid. about 31, w a s year. A hea1th certificate is required for each child. 'J I
burning/ of crosses In public stabbed and shot to death atJackson's SEVEN BIG NIGHTS We hofre( pick-up and delivery service. Hot lunch "
places. house May 1. FRIDAY TIIRU THURSDAY and child.'i I
qualified teachers to tran! and teach your
The blaze, which started at AUGUST 21st TIIRU 27th ren. .
745; at some 150 feet from the Fire Lt. Mack DeFarrari -
Intersection Curtiss Parkway of Deer, was Ru discov-nand said the cross was made from Garnet Mints For further information you may call Mrs. Randolph f
ered by a passing motorist, wood and rags and the fire 1'Afr'7.ii"" 1w W at 691-7988w I
who called police. was started with kerosene. ; .

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of the WorldAND 1736 N.W. 3rd COURT


FOR YOUR For information Calla

Enjoyment and EntertainmentWe aPopular 6341910 6352309
HcttlUt Certificate Experienced Personnel
Proudly Present- WorW Famous ,. /
Supervisor Mrs. Jacqueline Flnloy Livingston


\"" ..... St. Stephen Day Care Center
3 Bands SOLOMON .BURKE ",;{}. 1781 NW 73rd STREET
30 People Registration for'Bit.Stephen DayiOiroiCenter in now'In pro-
I" I'1 On Stage Joe Tex Clyde| Williams Recording Star 1I''SM. llntrw by thus week $3.00, by the IdItv< $1.25. This Day
Aug. 21 22 23 Big Band "JOHNNY DOLLAR" Core Center will be offering the latest' In everything for the
Friday, Saturday, Sun. "QUIET PLACE" children to loom and enjoy. Among them will be n hot meal
PLUS MT\ed<< dally and an afternoon )snack.
COME DRESSED Nassau KnightAS BIG ALL-STAR SHOW A staff of qualified and ,efficient workers will bo on
YOU WISH FEATURINGLATIONGO hand daly to provide the proper cane land training that your
Calypso Limbo Contests
August 24 child will need.

Exotic Dancer and ComedianThe Opening date August 31, 1964
6 Big Days I ROY HAMILTON MORE THAN TERRIFIC For further information call 753-6067 or NA 4-6726

AUGUST; 25 30 SHOW Island Club Dancers .

Benny Lattimore & His Band Register Your Tiny TOt Today
j PLUS EVERY NITE Bobby Marshall.
The Fabulous SIR JOHN REVUE MC of All MC's Poitier's Day Nursery And Kindergarten

3-6 P.M. 1 Registration is now going on from 8 to 5 p.m.
PLUS ADULT MATINEE For further information call PL 1.2659

ALLAN AND JAMIE 6.9P.M. Kthelyn Hamilton Manager
JAMAICA SKAA EVERY TUES. NIGHT Albertha Polder- Assistant Manager

I AFTERNOON MATINEE our new, lower rates and easy financing
'til 5
Open, noon a.m.
0COMING Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
SIR JOHN Nassau Calypso Quartette
PATIO POOL I I ,Open noon til midnightWE NEXT WEEK I D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
AUG. 28 29 30
"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
SUGGEST YOU SEE THE REST Business member All People Democratic Club

THEN SEE THE BEST 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

,oy ., Ix
SIR JOHN s r d4rv


276 NW 6th Street Phone FR 3.3381 I i,"a

The only nlte dub In Miami where yon can bring your ST. JOHN TOT CENTER
mother dad grandmother' aunt -and be HUHK!

The St. John Tot Center offers the best in year-+

round care for the pre-school child. Supervised playon
Laughlin's Kiddie UniversityWe
have everything that b needed to prepare your specious grounds, delicious, warm meals, fruit

children for the first grade and) to help them enjoy juices 'and milk, served in an air-cooled areav, Each
their pre-school years. You will be proud of the progress ETTA JAMES
your children make at our school. Ask our TEEVAGK MATINEM child is allowed to relax or sleep in an atmosphere
pleased parents. 3.6P.M.
many Check some of our outstanding features: ADULT MATINEE of soft music and hospital cleanliness, in individual

1. Certified teachers 6-9 P.M.0 beds undler the watchful eyes of certified personnel.
2. Same subjects taught as in first grade,
Spanish. I I including Pick up and delivery service in the downtown and
3. Slime instructional material- used as in the publicKhoola. TIlE CROWD COES"WlIERE1 Liberty City areas. For the services offered our

4. Comfortable cots for naps NEW ISLAND CLYDE CLUB prices are the lowest in town. Call FR 1.3212 for

5. Hot balanced meals (FORMERLY THE further information visit the
snacks or u* at St. John Baptist
6. Morning and afternoon HARLEM SQUARE CLUB)
See us, kc sure your child! Is prepared for first grade For IlMervatloa Call FR 3448 Church, 1328 NW 3rd AYe: The Tot Center is operated M
Registration daily" beginning Sunday, August 23
- 10:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m. r r by the church. Registration now in progress.
Your Silent Salesman A
Res. NA 1-0128 School NE 4-1632 Rev. Thedtford Johnson is the minister
I i :.hone Laughlin, Supervisor S6O5 NW 32nd Ave. Miami Time. Classled Ad

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27th Ave. at 54th St.,

NEVER C LOS E D Specials Good Thru August 22nd at teller's AG Onl/


Slab, Bacon .Ib 290 Roll Sausage Ib 29

Picnics Ib 270 390

FIRST CUTPork Beef Short Ribs Ib 291

Chops Ib 390CENTER Picnics N 3lbsI.59

CUTPork ..
Chops Ib 590COLD w RSSmoked Sausage 2 lbs 590DAIRY


Orange Juice; qf 39j
Cream Pies 3 for $1.00P With $5.00 Order or More
PILLSBURY- 8 oz. pk.
ARK EN-6 oz.can-ea.
Lemonade, Limeade JOc Y. Peaches 2 for 391 Biscuits 3 for 21B
SUNSWEET Ice Milk 31
40 oz.jar.
'For your"ConvenienceOur 4 Prune Juice 470 j m
Services Include PRODUCEOnions
HEINZ-14 oz Bott.
'* Payroll Check
Cashing I9 3 'Its' I!
-fr Money Orders KetsupCUT
Key Making or FRENCH STYLE-303 can
*Receiving Paymentsof Potatoes 3 Its 29|
Light Bills Green Beans 2 for 390
N Peaches 2 Ibs 29
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-303 can
CUTRITE 125'roll
Peas 2 for 39c Waxed Paper 23cSWITCH

CREAM STYLE-303 can ,

Corn 2 for 39c ;Cat Food 310r29c


Quick Grits, Ib pk lOc :I Ivory PERSONAL SIZE Soap 4 for 25c

Creme 4 pk $1.00 KRAFT JELLY WITH US.
KRAFT- 18 oz.jar
Crape Jelly 3 for $1.00 JELLY$1.25" AND 3 pk. of BISCUITS ALL FOR




;;EmployeesrGetYRaise; I
Plln'Phln SATURDAY* AUGUST 22, 1964 PAGE 7Arthur
Approximately 590,000 postal I additional wage In 31,000 cities
Phil OssoferI
employees in 34,000 post offices and towns, Mr. Gronouski! d
will begm. .
to receive about I I '" n If" n ""
$7.7 million more two
every said.The
look failure being
weeks, starting SeptemUer 4, postal increase averages upon non-existent as except s
under new pay raise legislation $337 each for the entire postal ui phantom the dark corners of our mind
signed: Friday, by President force. The raise covers all em- where light has not penetrated.
Johnson, Postmaster General Only the minds of saints are
John A. Gronouski reported to ployees from the lowest gradesto completely flooded with light,
the highest. Letter carriers but we, the general run of humanity -
day.The and clerks In Grade of the have not yet become so
postal Increases providean
economic shot In the arm average of $345 each, Mr. enlightenedWhat
of about $200 million a year in Gruinouskl explained. we call failure is what
appears to be fruitless. Experi-!
ence, testing by trial and error
the direction in which we must

Junior To Offer Hotel and travel upon this earth. Eachof
I us Is a unique creation of
God, and each has a place- in
the human pidture God has,
Food Service CoursesA I and is continually creating.

Like pieces in a Jig-saw puzzle,
new, two-year career tor of technical, vocational and each has a place where he be- fit
course in hotel-motel and food semi-professional studies at longs. :;,, I"r
service management, to be Inaugurated Miami-Dade Junior College, Failure, as we call It is 4% F ?,
this fall at Miami- told the group the course is often our probing in directions i
Dade Junior College, was announced designed to help fill the criti- other than the one God
this week at a meet- cal shortage of trained manage- has destined for us. Instead of
Ing of the Greater Miami Re- ment and executive personnel becoming crushed or despondent -
staurant Association. in the fast-expanding food ser- when we seem to be fail- 1 1It
Outline of the program was vice and hospitality Industries. ing we should learn from our :
presented to 100 members of He said it was developed in experiences, and change to ;
the Association, who met with collaboration with top expertsin course which may lead us 'to ;
faculty and staff members from the South Florida restau- I fulfillment This, I believe is $
the college at the Park Lane rant industry. I God's challenge to us.
restaurant in Hialeah. William N. Davis, personnel
Dr. George Mehallls, direcMiamian manager of Royal Castle thousand Edison "failed" a
System, Inc., and chairman ol before inventing -
the ,
the Association Education com- i incandecent lamp which
q,, m,a ofll !9hS mittee, stated that graduatesof now lights up our physical
world. His reaction
was, "Well
the course would Ifc in "a i
now we know a thousand ways
most favorable
position" to
it won't work." Then he con-
immediately obtain outstanding tinued until he was "enligten-
career opportunities in the ed." --------- -- ------ --------- ----

restaurant and food service We, too, will be enlightened M, Hluindloff, left prices alt $11,400() and ns low as

field. itve continue, using our builder of Richmond 110111111'1.$70 a month. They met during
Davis, introduced by George so-called failures as stepping Richmond Heights, the 17th. annual NAHKH convention -
t Str 13. Malloy, president of the stones not blocks.
as stumbling
association and Jordan Marsh "Every failure is a step to suc- William, ixrcstifcnt of t h at the Sheraton Hotel,
4 ;c7Aw't restaurant executive, added cess; every defection of what National Association of Real, Philadelphiavhero Mr. Btand-
that part-time employment in is false directs us to what Is Kstuto Brokers Inc., a brochureof loff accompanied by Dave Bon-
the restaurant and related fields true; every trial exhausts 'some bill two, three and four lK'I-' du, director of publlo relationsfor
a would be made available to students tempting form of error." (Wm. room and two but h I Hichmond Home, served
enrolled in Whewell.
course. hornet offering that como withor as n convention delegate representing -
The state-approved hotel- When we refuse to continue without a pool I. with starting I Miami.
motel and food service manage- the experiment, we are "giving
ment programs will offer stu- up, remaining slaves to the
dents a thorough professional darkened: corners of the mind,
training for in whero lurks the phantom,
positions the restaurant "Failure."
hotel and related Industries -
h1 r.1 leading to an Associ- Jackson's' Toddle Inn
2 ate In Science degree.
I range from the aesthe.tic
Restaurants represented on purely
F the progarm's advisory board to the highly practical.
include Burger King; Dobbs Among the new on-campus ,REGISTRATION DAILY
Honored Houses, Inc., Howard Johnson courses will be Certified Profes-
'Inc., Jordan Marsh; Kentucky sional Secretary Review and
Mr. Doug Blankenship, past Fried Chicken; Park Lano Certified Public Accountant FROM 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M.

president of the U.S. Jaycees Cafeterias and Royal Castle Examination Preparation, Commercial -
and chairman of the board of System, Inc. and Advertising Art,
3038 NW 48th Terrace NE 4-4308
Fencing, Parliamentary Procedure -
Advisory Editors of Outstanding -
Young Men of America announced Many CQUraeaOffered -, Piano, Propagation of
recently that CarverA. Ornamentals, and Sculpture.-

Portlock, son of Rev. and at Junior In addition the Continuing
Mrs. L. H. Portlock, Sr., of Education Department will
Miami, was selected for Uv) CollegeA organize a variety of offcampus -
elusion in the 965 edition of classes for employees of What' About Wigs?
of Outstanding Young Men of greatly expanded list of Metro. There will also be
America. non-credit courses! for adults special classes for business and
This publication is an annual will be offered this! fall by the other groups at various loca-
biographical compilation Continuing Education Department tions. Why not consult your beautician?
honoring the leading young of MiamI-Dade Junior Registration fee for most of
men of America between 21 College. The department is a the more than fifty on-campus Your beautician can give you the true k
and 35 years of age. This 890 part of the college's new Divi- courses is $5.00 for the term,
page book is under the sponsor- sion of Community Service, of which will run from Monday, story. After all who should know
ship of the U. S. Junior Cham- which L. W. IIdnderson Is di- August 31, through Friday, I
ber of Commerce and will fea- rector. December 31. Registrations for better than your beautician?
ture introductions written by Dean Henderson' said that the non-credit classes will bo J13Michael's
Jaycee President Richard the nearly 50% Increase in sub- accepted In Room 1123 of DuildA I
Hendlee and President LyndonB. jects was part of the college's from Monday, August 21, -
Johnson.Mr. .s'epped-up program to fulfillIts through Friday, Septomber 4,
Portlock was cited as a iiKponsilS.lltlcs as a com- daily from 8:30: a.m., to 8 p.m.,
writer, Educational Administrator munity college. The new courses except Friday, to 4:30: p.m. Kindergarten and Dray Care

and Church worker. He Center
presently serves as the execu-
tive Secretary of Bethune- Centervilla KindergartenANNOUNCES
Cookman College National 14140 NW 23rd COURT

Alumni Association, Inc. Priorto ITS OPENING Open for registration beginning Sunday, August 16

this time- Mr. Portlock was August 31, 1964AT 9 a.m. 5 p.mt

Administrative Assistant to NJW. 17th AVENUE Call School MU 8.8141 Residence MU 1-4060
the 5932
the General Secretary of
Individual cots for napping. Health certificate
Board of Lay Activitiesof YOU
the CME Church. He wrote For Information Calls required Certified teachers

and directed a Christmas pageant 691.7796 634.5867 or 696-3802 Supervisor Mrs. Dorothy Gibson, R. N.
which presented at A29
Ruth E. Copeland supervisor
the Wesley Foundation of the Mr. ,
University of Miami In 1950. Certified teacher, experienced in training

Mr. Portlock' was also recen- young children A29
ly appointed OB a representative TONY IS BACK! !
to the annual assembly of
the Florida Council of Churchesand

the as Commission the principal on member Christian of New,'Homes at Right Price Royal Drive-In

Social Action.
Also given ,honor In,the Out- Open 3"to 5 p.m.
standing Young Men of America GOOD FOOD
were John S. Funk, insurance I FOR SALE LOTS $2,200 "

executive, and Bethune- 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, Fla. room MODERATE PRICES
Cookman College 1921 NW 50th Street 1944 NW 49th Street
Alumni President; Jack Mo- 6840 NW 15th Avenue
Clalren. former All-Pro End 1835 NW 41st Street 651 NW 47th Street

with the Pittsburg Steelers and
Phone OX 1-8512
presem Hand Coach of the Be- BARON BUILDS, BUYS LAND OR HOMES

thune-Cookman; and Lonnie College Blocker,Wildcats who 'Need".Money? Call JE 8-1340 Tony Forrest, Prop.

is presently working In' Data Sept. 5Postal
Processing at Cape Kennedy.


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. On To Baptist please send your registrationfee AttentionMIAMI
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1964 of $2.00 by :Miss Maire White SCHOOL SUPPLY, 1700
Convention who will serve 88 Florida.chairman of West 8th St., Hlalcah, wlsh.es to
registration from imnounco It has liirod Us first
ROUND TRIP $48.00 Is to Detroit, Negro salesman William Phil
state The slogan on
8,000 FREEHOLDERSREGISTER Baptists throughout the delegation In history. lips.! We have been in business
to largest
are rallying: as never before for 35 years and will continue
attend the largest national convention Watch Florida flo it. to bo. Phone 888-1004.
in America. This is the .
FOR ELECTIONSome last week as for money acceptance for 37 of pas-reservations Trjr A Miami Time Classified Ad--

s |nger8 must be reported to the
8,000 City 1 of MIami bus company.If .
and other Dade County freeholders registering or registering for you haven't made your LOOK! 76 NW 53rd St. LOOK!
have reregistered for the first time as freeholdersmay reservations, please do so now.
voting In city and county bond vote on hospital bonds on Mrs. Irene Pratt Wilder has
elections, as of Tuesday even- Nov. 3 if they reregister by contacted Mrs. Henry Stewartof
Ing according to Registration Oct. 3. the Bahamas as to reserva- $350 DOWN
Supervisor Claude R. Brown.
tions from the group there. Rev.
Freeholders rolls were can- All Dade freeholders may
celled as of Aug. 10, In prepa- vote on hospital bonds on Nov. McBurris of Brownsville has $86 MONTH PAYS ALL
ration for the City of Miami! 3 if they reregister by Oct. 3. called concerning a number of
bond election on Sept. 20! and members who will take advantage -
the balloting on ponds for hos- There is no aosentee regis- of this unheard of fare to Must be shown by appointment. Drive by and see.
pitals in the general election.Nov. sonne' sta.tioned outside of Fla.
3.Since. tration except for military per- Detroit. This is a lovely 2-bedroom, 1 bath: 2 Fla. rooms,
Aug. 10, about 1,000 There will be absentee Mrs. Mary Frances White' con-
patio fruit trees galore. What
rear buy for
property-owning voters a day voting in the city bond election, tinues to hold the lead for the a only
have gone to Brown's officer In according to City Clerk Frank number solicited. She is the $11,500. Must qualify
the Metro Justice ng,, hostess.
1351 N. W. 12th St. and to city Correll. Absentee voting will be
hall in Coral Gables, Hialeah possible, however, in the Dade All women of the denomination ....-.---.-....
Miami Beach, North Miami! County bond election on hospital should register in this con-

and North Miami Beach bonds, Nov. 3. aid Brown.I vention if you are no't going, $390 DOWN $10,990 TOTALCOME
Theese six offices will be
open on Saturday Aug. 22 till A RUNNIN'If

5p. m. I
BegHnlng Monday Aug. 24 registration FASHIONETTE WIGSAnnounce you wish a good buy in a CBS 3-bedroom, 2 bath
books will be locatedIn
the 76 precincts within the home, only $89 per month, no qualifying.We .
City :of Miami and at 28 other
locations throughtout the'coun their summer clearance! sale featuring a are open,,,9.a.m. to 6 p.m,

ty.City of Miami freeholders re- 10% discount on the world faknous Fashion Tress TRIO REALTY PL 9-8372


Pre-School Program 801 N.W. 54th Street 691-2868
At Holmes 708 N.W. 62nd Street Miami

Open August: 24 703 N.W. 4th Street Ft. Lauderdale

Registration is now open at
Holmes Elementary School for Phone 757-0121

the rollment Pre-school will be program limited to those En- .....-.----.... LIBCITYDRIVE
pupils eligible: for enrollment In
first grade next September.The Budget Terms Available
program: will begin classes on
Monday, Sept. 14. Registrationwill Featuring the finest Fashionette: and Fashion Tress IN THEATRE
begin Aug.31, and continue
until Sept. 11. Wigs, 100% human hair s European made 22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres
Classes will be limited to a
first come first serve basis. % Natural Colors COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX
Birth certificates will be required -
and pupils under age Look? for the guarantee in every' box 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St.
will not be permitted to attend,
LITTLE FOLK PLAY Special: Clean and Set $3.50


3290 NW 45th Street A TRIO TERROR!

Opening Date, August 21, 106-1 1 1

Call NK 5-5283 for further in-
1 .
formation. Registration dally. Attention!! Attention

Mrs.: Dorema Davis, owner

1 year guarantee'Picture \!
Tube I

$16.95upinstalled free "Sunshine Homes"Now


2636 ,NW 62nd Street Open For Public Display
Rowimc TV
New Low Down Payment

Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6
EXCEPTIONAL HOME These new homes have everything you I
20' x 40' Pool
want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See I '
PRICE $15,800: TERMS I
30 N. W. 38th Street them! 1<
2 Bedrooms (can be 3 bed- I
rooms), 2bntb8.Florlda I
rooms, garage. Included in this -- .
lovely homo ore bcntutiful drnwdrnpl'S -
carpeting, 2 wall mirrors Location of these new homes:
2 Rev. Cycle A-C, O. E., I
stove, 2-door refrigeratorwash- k
er and dryer. l'aUovlth B. Q. 3041 N.W. 69th Terr.
shuffle board court. Vacuum
cleaner, filter and clear water YWiLJP TAWs
well for pool. Property nicely !
landscaped. Root rellor. Furniture -
may also be bought reasonably. 1132 N.W. 37th Street
Drive by then call Mr.
Form. Eves., and Sunday? MU
8-3852: for appointment. R. A.
Mueller, Realtor, PL 1-2401, ....
421 N.W. 52nd StreetEXCLUSIVE .


reopens Monday, August BY
31. PL 8-1705.

DERGARTEN. Children of all :
ages. Low prices for the work- 1
Ing parent. For further, Information 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655 Ao ENo'So
call Mrs. Ruth Scott at .
754-5365, 7753 NW 10th Ave. _FIRS RIYI.INSHOWING.
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H Welcome Elks H

''' *':; 0 We hope you enjoy yourselves i in our beautiul and friendly City

The following business places nvite you to visit them

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iMviuii ujucciawre rizza Lasagna

Scallopptao Spaghetti KODAK DEALER ? Finest Food Anywhere

:" OF CLEVELAND Cameras ,
,Movies I. Projectors
1' aUan.Ameri:an Kitchen Fast Color ServiceD Pizza Pies to Your Orders .

26 NE. Third Tvenue FR 4-3729 ( id Awerbuck, Prop 1906 Collins' Ave. *:. Miami Beach

t Bade of McAllister HotelNot ,236 Biscayno Blvd. Phone FR 3.1245 Free Delivery Call JE 2.6426
Be Habla EsP ;bol *

p. J _
"Just another" Eating Place
Cameras Films
Welcome Bills!
Allapattah Camera And
RESTAURANTOpen !"Card Shop: [I :J'!" H & F LIQUORS

24 hours
i ? 11.1. Film Development, '701: NW 79th Street: ,. ..

200 NE 2nd Avenue Miami 1706 N W 36th, Street NE 6-1792
Compliments of Mr. Travers
Home Made
J.H. Baker

WELCOME ELKS! Leather Good!,. Itegalory Welcome Brother j' and! Daughter Elks '_
Brothers and DaughtersFor Gifts Articuloa j .1
the finest food visit Travel GOOdN Deviates LIBERTY CITY No. 1 'j
MOM'S TAKE OUT Maletaa Adcntas

303.305 NW 17th Street Complete Bar Accessories Chinese and American Restaurant

Try our delicious old fashioned( Barbecue 301 E. Flagler St. FR 9-6306 1484 NW 62nd Street
Home made pies and cakes Albierto diaz noches
Open 3:30 p.m. to 3 a.m. Los Domingos Miami': (Liberty City), FloridaRx

WELCOME ELKS Top Quality Low Prices

CUBAN BAR AND Cut Rate Drugs Light Bills
:. Money Orders Gifts

Cor. NW 17th St. and 4th,Ave.: 202 Biscayne Blvd. COMMUNITY, DRUGS f,
host and Hostess
,Postcards Films Cameras
Caroline Freeman
Jtwphlne 6750 NW 15th ,Avenue 691-6051
Orange Hayes, ManagerJoe Alligator Bags Decals _
Berry, PrN.A2Z.AWARDS.
Florida Souvenirs We fill any doctor's prescription

Welcome Elks! ,_ CHOPS SEA FOOD

5795. N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4369
LENNYS.; PAWN SHOP;. 7/jc Famou Chef RetaulantSIS .

Engraving the immediate needs of the 901'''
NW 2nd Avenue372.7287 "FOOD AT ITS BIST"
Elks on trophies plaques and! jewelry : .

6-6147 UN 6.9415 Telephone 379.2284MATTHEWS

4, Curb Cervice, .
Distinctive APparel For Men
Open 24 Hours Air ConditionedFood CUISINE "..,

fit.for: kings and queens EVERGLADES HOTEL

1500 NW 62nd street Miami, Fla. 6970 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. 232 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, Fla I

,..+qoq' J crf,......vN: ,n ,tT .-f..IIf. '/\ '
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Convention Meeting In ChatanoogaThe

Great Concert At New
Board of !Directors of er on1 hls theme will be the dent's message will be delivered
the National Primitive Baptist Rev. Jeremiah Gee Sr., of Mt. at 11 a.m. on Sunday:: August

Convention U.S.A., met on Zion Church. Concord, N, C 23.

Philadelphia ChurchThe Tuesday, August 19 at 10 a.m. The Holy Communion and Meeting concurrently will be

at the beautifully spacious Feet Washing Rites will be administered the National P. B. Woman's

long awaited hour will Daniel Webster", New Orleans; I Friendship P. B. Church, 725 on Thursday even- Congress, Sis. E. C. Rays pres.

have dawned Sunday afternoonat Down In The Valley," Tallahassee -I Vine St., Chatanooga, Tenn., ing, August 20, at 8 p.m. Rev.E. ident; National Sunday School
5 o'clock when the Rev. and the State of Flori- Elder A. M. Syler. pastor. 'A. Todd, pastor New Salem Rev R H. Frazier, oresldent;

William H. Washington, pastorof da; "Lost In The Star", Tallahassee Wednesday} August 19, Gen- Church, Tampa, will deliver and Training Union Congre,
New Philadelphia Baptist ; "Ana hI and The Night eral President P. D. Brantley the sermon. Elders of the National Ushers Congress, Bro
Church will be presented by Visitors," Coral Gables. officially sounded the con- church from every state will WJllle Campbell, president; and
his up and developing young vention gavel at 9:30: a.m., and be attired In white robes. National Young People's Congress -
church In a musical voice re- He has also appeared in mus thus called the 67th annual ses- Sis. Joyce Perkins, pres-
cital. Accompanying the I ev. ical concerts In our city and Other convention speakers ident.
the cities sion to order. Pre-reglstratlon include ( Revs. J. M. Dixon,
Washington at grand piano many throughout the record Qhe|
will be Charles Rogers, county country. Therefore, come out statistics a for this Jacksonville; G. W. Gibson, President:. Brantley calls upon
music teacher at Llllle C. end hear for yourself this delegation assembly Fairfield, Ala.: F L. Livingston, every loyal church and member -
Evans Elementary and Buena "sweet singer" of gospel songs, convention. and G. W. Nelson, both of Dallas to give your earnest sup

Vista Elementary School. spirituals and secular songs. Theme of the session Is "The Tex.; George Wilson, Tal- port to making this session (the
Church's role In Meeting The lahassee, Fla. and F. R. Mon- most outstanding one In the
Much preparation has gone The church is located at 915 World's Needs." Keynote speak roe, Thomasville, Ga. The presl- history of the convention
Into making this the most talk. NW G2nd St. The time is 5

ed about affair of the year, p.m., Aug. 23. Adult donationsare
and the public cannot afford to $1.00 and children dona-
miss this musical treat. The tions are 50 cents. After the Circuit Assembly -
Rev Washington Is widely concert refreshments will be rr.
known and accepted as an art- served. So come out to New Jehovah's Witnesses

ist by no mean note, having Philadelphia and enjoy this .I'f
proven himself In the follow- great afternoon dedicated to "Delightful Miami weather

ing musicals. "The Devil And i the exaltation' of the Lord! combined with the paradisaic
beauty of the Biscayne Race
Track to great the 892 conven-

PROVIDENCE CHURCH tioners at the opening sessions
FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRev. of the "Around the

Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor I b World with Jehovah's Witnes-
J. E. Jenkins ;
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter pastor ,, ses" Circuit Assembly. Bennie
Fear thou not; for I am with Ruby Lee Carr, reports Crump, presiding minister of a
thee: be not dismayed for I am Sunday our services were local congregation said on his
thy God: I will strengthen thee; very Inspiring all day with our return.

yea, I will help thee; yea, I will pastor delivering the morning
uphold thee with the right handof sermon after our early mon- Crump said the service meeting -
righteousness Isaiah ng baptism and Rev. Clark de- portion of the program presented -
41:10.: .ivered the evening sermon. by Wendell P. Roe, cIrcuit -
supervisor of the Watchtower
The spirit was spiritually high ':) Saturday the Youth Depart- I Society, sponsors of the
throughout the day. We are ment will be selling dinners at ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev. MT. CARMEL BAPTISTMarie convention, was enthusiastically -
in their final driveto I received.
looking forward for a fine time
when the Young Ma- purchase their robes. Sis. J. B. Blacknell, pastor Hodge, reporter
Sunday, YWA Auxiliary will Gussie Wright, head directressand Bert Cooper, reporter 225 NW 14th TerraceWe I "An audience of 1366 was
trons and their third anniver- her co-workers, Sisters Mrs. Margaret Reynolds, a are grateful to God for 'thrilled at mid-point of the as-
3 Rev. F. L. Essie Mae Robinson. Lucy Rem- delegate to the Tri-State Con- His power and grace that was sembly" Crump continued,
sary Johnson at will p.m.deliver the Mes- bert and Leola Rogier along ,ference In Jacksonville last shown In revival last week.) "while watching a two-hour
and In- with their members say they week, brought back an excellent Students from the Sunday color film highlighting the uni-
You are
sage. you you need Please She School accepted Christ as their ty In the method
vited. ...J. .I your help. call report of that meeting. was used byJeho-
: them at church for a dinner. aided In her report by severalof Savior and may He bless themas vah's Witnesses In proclaminw

Continue In prayer for the the members of the youth they mature Into Christianity. the Christian message around
sick and those who are grievedover Sunday, August 23 at 3 p.m. group, who Incidentally madean the world"
the loss of their loved the pastor and club are spon- excellent showing In their The revival meeting is In
ones. i i soring a big program. Sis. Essie musical renditions.The great progress) and Rev. Rog- According to Crump a crowd
Mae Bush, vice president and old frame parsonage In, ers Is truly preaching out his numbering 1391 came to hear
MATTHEW'S CHURCH members Invite you to attend the rear of the church has' soul from such texts as "Two the feature address by Wil-
Our getwell wishes are extended been demolished paving the Ways to Eternity," he pointedout liam Anderson! District Super
PKKHWIUL BAPTIST to Sis. Annie Mae Fenly for the extension and remodeling that the way one travels visor of Watchtower Society.
2014 NW 5th Court in Jackson Memorial and to way of the church. determines his destiny, one Anderson spoke on the SubJect -

Rev. J, B. Woodley, pastor Rev Stanley Johnson and all Now Is the time for those should choose the fate he must "Facing Up To The Urgencyof
Cleretta Carlis, secretarySt. of other sick members. We are who are griping about the ter- enter. He also spoke from the Our Times."

Matthews was spiritually so elated over our many visi-. mites and .the ugliness of the text "The Lord Is My Shepherd" -
out that "The earth and its waters and
beginning tors each week. and pointed
last -
highlighted on Sunday, edifice to come out of hiding
circumstances we atmosphere are recipients of
with Sunday School and Thought for the We and get "all aboard" and let'sbuild whatever always Apocalyptic Plagues In life-
The sermon day: have to conquer, we can our
morning the overcome the darkness of sin us a church. It won't be depend on God. Our pas- time and has created the
was delivered by pastor. by walking. in the light Into easy. Wfe will have to strain tor also delivered a very inspir- world's last and greatest urgent
still in
Our revival wonder.pro- which Christ calls us. our muscles :and pocketbook.Rev. ing message on, Aug. 16. Re- cy." Anderson told 'his attentive
'are having a Blacknell got things will continue audience. The speaker Identifiedthe
gress.time viva 1 meeting
in the Lord. We
candi- ST. LUKE CHURCHRev moving right smart" SUn until August 21 at which time origin and nature of the
blessed with ten
been day. Already pledges are being the candidates will be baptized plagues saying, "the plaguesare
dates for baptism. Pray for the I P. W. Williams pastor taken for windows and by the pastor.We manifest In the pressure of
sick. You are always welcomeat Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporterThe 'pews. A pew will cost $50 and widespread Immorality, pres-
St. Matthews. No. 2 Usher Board of St. they can be purchased as a are praying for the sick sure of materialism Increasing
We are asking all to meet at Luke M B. Church Invites you family pew or either purchased and shut-ins and a special national disturbances, fear of
7:30: at the church for baptismat to attend their annual Tea Sip collectively. prayer for the bereaved fami- nuclear war and the approachof
Virginia Key Beach Sunday, Aug. 23. 4 to 6 p.m. at The windows are $90. Those Jehovah's war"
1790 NW 55th St. The public who wish may buy a window lies.A thought for today "A As to the remedy for combat-
NEW MT. MORIAH Is Invited. Donation 50 cents. and have their names Inscribed. Good wind produces good habits Ing these plagues Andersonsaid

Sis. Thelma Williams, presi- There was a "rushing busi an evil wind, evil habits.SALTER'S "there must be a facing to
N. W. 14th Ave.
dent. Rev. P. W Williams ness" done Sunday with many
pastor -* urgency and a resisting of
Almus L. Shlpp. Pastor
Rev. The public is cordially in- members making $5.00 and these pressures God's "
blessed with 15 way
We per-
were vited. more pledges for pews and CHAPEL
sons to be baptized during our windows. "God has provided" he con-
revival. Nineteen persons in Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor tinued "a
Many friends of St. James guide In His Word
all were united. Soon our pastor GRACE PRESBYTERIAN will help us but let's not be Flossie Marshall, reporter and a help in His Organizationto

will be motoring to Detroit : outdone by these friends. The delegates returned from aft all people of good will"According
Rev. W. F.
to the convention, let us pray Savoy pastor Show that we can do to Anderson
everyone Crump
Ave the Tri-State meeting along
that he has a safe trip. Don'tforget 6895 NW 14th abandoned studies i--pur-
it.Let with the pastor Rev. andMrs.
Sunday School anniver- "I pray not 'that thou shouldest me get this straight Benson with a wonderful suit of a career In psychiatryat
sary on the 5th Sunday. Mem- take them from the world right now so that I won't haveto report on the work that had New York University for the
bers, let's remember our aux- but that thou shouldest keep duck Sister and Bro. Willie been done there In Jackson- carreer of full-time ministrywith

week, meeting' during the them from the evil one.- Scott any ton er. Bro. Willie ville. They said their trip Jehovah's Witnesses.
Remember 'the sick and John 1715.: This will be our raised the highest amount of was a most enjoyable one with
shut-ins. Prayer changes things. text for our Sunday morning money In the Men's Day Rallyto Bishop E. C. Hatcher of the Graduating from the Watch-
sermon. the tune of $170 and not Bro. llth Episcopal District presid- tower School of Gllead In Febru
MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev. Let us continue to pray for Dallas Stroud as we goofed on. ary 1956, Anderson became a
and visit our sick and shut-ins. ZION HOPE BAPTIST ing.Mrs. travelling representative of the
S. Atchison pastor The anniversary committeeIs ) Annie Lee Gunter along Watchtower Society. His District
Constance Carter, reporter coming along quite well. Our 5129 NW 17th Ave. with Miss Muriel :Ward and currently embraces eleven
Our church begins at 9:45: with chairman Is Mrs. Naomi Smith. Rev. P. Freeman pastor Miss Carolyn Williams repre- Circuits extending from the

the superintendent, Deacon You are always welcome at Church services were spiritually sented the young people department State of Virginia to Key West,
Mann In charge. Grace. high all day Sunday. No. such as the Sunday Florida.
Saturday, Aug. 22 the No. 1 1 Usher Board will have Its an* School, ACE League and the There were 18 new ministers
Usher Board will be selling niversary Sunday at 3 p.m. Junior Missionaries and Mrs. ordanlned during
dinners. Each and everyone Is MACEDONIA BAPTISTRev. Rev. Woodley will deliver the Emily Benson, the Senior MIs- tism. The candidates a mass bap
Invited to come out and pur- I message No. 1 Choir will sionaries of Barters Chapel. immersed in were completely -
chase a dinner. Roscoe Jackson, pastor have the kitchen Saturday and There will be revival servicesat water.
Willie J. Beard, reporter Sunday so please come by and Salters starting the Monday
Ministers 3165 NW 56th Street ST. PAUL AME CHURCH
The Deacons and a dinner. Don't forget the night after the fifth Sunday

Union, which our pastor will We, the officers and members sick and shut-ins. with preaching, prayer meeting Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor
attend, will be held August 27 of Newv Macedonia wishto will begin Monday night after Mrs. Lea Cray
through August 30, with Rev thank everyone who supported SHILOH BAPTIST the fourth Sunday. The publicIs Usher Board No. 2 will cele-
O. W. Foster pastor of Ebenez- us in our church second anniversary. We'were blessed with two Inspiring Invited. brate their 29th anniversary
er Baptist in Hallandale. We Thanks to the following messages from our Sunday, August 23 at 3
God's ,blessings upon him ministers and their con pastor 'Sunday. May God bless Notice to the public and to Rev. W. F. Tanner of St. p.m.
that Mary's
he may have a safe and gregations: Rev. C. H. Smith, and keep him. all'the members.' the books are Baptist Church will be the
enjoyable time'at the Union. Jordan Grove; Rev. A, 'A. Mc- 'You always welcome to now open for the church bud- speaker L. A. Jackson
Once again the Lord has Craney, Mt. Aaron and 'Rev.J get. Please pay by the third president -
Messed us to have another E. Jenkins, Friendship. come and worship with us. Remember Sunday In September All visi- You
baptism. It will be held on the the sick and shutinsIn tors are welcome to come and are cordially Invited to
fourth Sunday, Aug.; 23 at 6 Special thanks to Rev. A. M. your prayers and take time worship with us. Don't forget attend Mrs.a name tea sponsored
.pjn. Won't you come and witness Griffin of New Shiloh who out to visit them. They are: the sick and shut-ins. Rev. W. by L. Thomas and Mrs. J.
one *of the greatest steps closed out the anniversary. It Deacon Major Summersett and C. Johnson Is still In Kendall Kelly at tha church August 30

to their lives. was a success. Raised $638.67. Sis. Bulah Jackson. Nursing home, don't forget him. ttrd 9 01 9 taojj

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SATURDAY:. AUGUST MIAMI TIMES 22, 1964- MIAMI FLA- PAGE Iii Miss Royal Crown Helen Hope Gets young grade are people eligible.through twelfth

Golden Girl of 1964 Merit Award
Painting 'ContractorWARNER
Miamian Who Made Helen Lucretla Hope, 10,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. HINES
a Simon E. Hope, 1001 N. W. 52ndSt.
., has received a merit award s
Good In Movies Visits from the Dairy Council of
South Florida. The Council hasa
Mrs. Estelle Evans < continuing program to honor
achievements of school
In To age
Kill A -I
Mockingbird" -
Is visiting relatives in youths In Dade County.
Miami a'nd' Pompano Beach. Helen has been a teenage
Mrs. Evans, sister of Mrs. leader In the Summer, programof
Zllpha Sawyer, Administrative e Northwest Y. W. C. ,A. Cen-
secretary of James E. ,\ U ter for two years. She ,is loyal vt ,
Scott Community Association, $ .,$IMIS and dependable and works well
is also a teacher in public I, with younger children, leading
school 156 Manhattan in New (games and helping with crafts Licensed and Insured
York City. and sewing Instruction she has lly City and County
done a great deal of volunteer
The two sisters spent some work In the center's office Service phone FR 98685FIIKH
time in Jamaica, West. Indies, The* Council is Interested in I
staying at the Carib Sea and i 4 =t! achievers in many fields and
Country Club of Ocho Rios ESTIMATES .
Mrs. Evans spends part of ..
her time in Pompano Beach 1 ANNOUNCING
with a brother, Cornelius Rolle,
Instructor and athletic coach of 1 0 ,
Carver High School, Delray '/...... {'i..j ( Vivian White of tho
Beach, his wife Ernestine, a ...,....'); ..: < <,,* local Miami area is shown WJGS
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beautician and their two children .,<..i t,..>;{,. :l l"f"fi. ( hero receiving the coveted .
Rickey and Audrey. ;., !.' 't! award by Wlldninn Stove,
': tfi.w' : popular 100% ,HUMAN HAIR
Mrs. Evans belongs to large \.: disc Jockey at WMI1M, '
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descents. Her parents, Evans, architect of New won the Miss Royal Crown
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Rolle Golden Gill of 1001 contest.
York and Miami. They have a
now deceased, hall from Exu-
ma, they settled in Pompano son Charles and a daughternow Miss WhJto Is n student at $49,50
Beach where the family homeIs Mrs. Martha Charles, a the University of Miami and is
still located. teacher in New York City and IntcTOitrd. in n career in teaching -
Mrs. Evans mother of little Adrienne the Ml Greenfield ,
attended Florida merclutfeudlsinjr -
Memorial College at St. Augu- only grand-child. director of W9LBM\ has COLORS
stine; Talladega College and Mrs. Evans was most recently placed Miss White In the national Flip French Twist Bubble Page Boy Fluff Oliver
FAMU. She later taught the seen on television In Du- Royal Crown Golden
first grade in Pompano Beach, Pont's Show of the Week in Girl contest aid if Mlsft White Included in Price
before moving on to New York "Don't Go Upstairs." should win she will receive
City, where she acquired a Mrs. EVans has been warmly '$1,000 in cash and a trophy ....-..-.....
family, continued her, education received by friends'' and rela- presented by the Royal Crown
; and launched a second tives. Among thoso who have I Products (\>. Congratulations MISS ANNETTE
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Mrs. Evans graduated from Mrs. James of Goulds, Mrs. WMn l. Professional Licensed Stylist and Beautician r
Gertrude Johnson. (Mrs. James
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1964 In! loving memory, 'of my beloved The family of the late, In/ sad, but loving memoryof
husband, FRED our dear mother and sister,
departed this life July 28,
t 1 t wish to thank all our many
friends and neighbors who
CARDS MEMORIALSIN came to call during our time of
bereavement. We also wish to
thank those who furnished oars
and sent food. Special thanksto

MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe : Mr. and Mrs. Gene Finder I ,,, 4h.. .yF
Our gratefulness to Rev. P. D.

memory of our dear Uncle I family of the late, Bramtley and the Range Fune- 9 14r
grand undo and great grand- JAMES COLSON SR. ral, Home.
uncle, wish to express' thanks to the The Family
many friends for ,telegrams, re sy _
floral pieces and l cards during P SF IN MEMORIAMIn
q1 s s Y 4a Its bereavement. a r
Special thanks to the neigh- loving memory of our ber+ ; a
bors of filst. Terr., Rev. P. S. loved husband, father, and
Drown and members of Mt. grandfather, .
Tabor Baptist Church; New M'R.' CHARLES KNOWLES
Providence Baptist Church and Who departed on August 20,
the Range Funeral Home for 1057. You've gone, but the
services so dellgently rendered. memories and love In our
God bless all of ;you. hearts still linger on.
Mrs Mary Colson, wife Edith Knowles, Wife Mar-
and children tha Slaughter, and Viola Johnson -
daughters Earnest Knowles,


Who departed'this life Aug. 23, who this life
departed August
The family of the late 1003. May he rest In peace, and IN MEMORIAMIn 21 I960, at Nassau, Bahamas
may light perpetual shine upon blest In peace.
J him. sad that loving memory of
Mrs: Ethel Brezetta Sands, our dear husband and father, We shall meet beyond the ri
;< Wlf6 and Famjly ver.Where .

itA the surges cease to roll.
a CARD OF THANKS : Mrs. Eva Lawrence, Dght.

y The family of the late, : Mrs. Victoria Moss, sister,
r., .r Arlington. Thomas and
Japhus Ferguson, brothers
RALPH JSTIRRUB f O. Lawrence ,
I n. son-in-law.
who departed from this lif e t( .
on August 25, 19T. rf w:1lr :
Eternal rest grant unto him ;

O'Lord, and let perpetual light % ; rye'er DEATH NOTICE
shine upon him.

May he rest In peace Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Brady
Ruth Gardner, niece attended the funeral of the late
Sarah Johnson, niece ubr4c1 Robert (Bob) Finkle on Wed-
nesday at the Van Asdel Mor-
CARD OF THANKSThe sx :? y I turary.

family of the lateNATHANIEL Bob was found dead In a
,, day pumphouse on the "Old Cutler

re wA Road where he had gone on a
snake hunting: trip, which was
his hobby. Bruises about hi a
ROBERT FRANKLIN SMITH throat resulted !In police suspicion -
rP'YA takes this method l of thanking of phylscal violence. An
the many friends and acquain- : Autopsy disclosed that he diedof

tances for letters 0 f condo- THOMAS CASH, SR. natural causes; lIe was 20
-I Ia lences, telegrams, floral'' pieces : y a 7 Who departed this life Aug. 18, years old.
and the many other kindnesses 1052. "Forever with the Lord"!
Bob had
a congenital heart
during their recent bereavement -
Amen! so let It be; Life from and not
was expected to enter -
the dead is In that word "tls
In his
teens. Mrs.
May God bless you all; Brady
The Family ROOSEVELT DINKINS immortality nursed him from the age of
Wishes to express sincere appreciation five until 12 amd
Mrs. Cash wife was given
Mary ,
IN MEMORIAMIn the kind
for expressions and credit along with the doctor
loving of dear of sympathy during the Family and medical science for his i
memory my
husband period of bereavement. Please long expanded life.
accept our sincere thanks for -
.s the sympathetic messages, He lived with his mother
flowers, telegrams and splendid DEATHS and stepfather, Mr. and :Uri\
services rendered by neighbors C. E. Carttnell 617 N. Green-
and friends way Drive in Coral Gables.
-'i- Mrs Mamie Dinkilns
And Family ALBERT .

CARD OF THANKS native of Cordele, Ga., died at w
home, 3344 Thomas Ave., Aug. yv
wish to thank friends 1
the many The family of the late 11. Her mother, five sons five
end neighbors for the cards, ELLA L. SMITH daughters, five sisters and one
flowers, telegrams, and kind whish to express their sincere brother, survive. Services were
ness given them during their thanks to the many friends and held Monday ""'- 3 p.m. at The
hour of bereavement; special) relatives and those who sent Church of God In Christ, Elder
thanks to Canon Charles ..flowers telegrams cards donations
Horace Watson, pastor. Burial
Cooper and members and to and the
many'thoughtful In Paradise.
the staff of Range Funeral
that 'rendered
gestuits were
Home for the fine services ren during the time of our sorrow. -

dered.Mrs. Many thamks. to the neigh- CLIFFORD H. ARMSTRONG, -
Evelyn Rolle and bors of 64th ''St., the Liberty 1234 N. W. 65th Terr., died in
Family Temple No. 724 Dght.- Elks for Jackson Mem. Hosp. August 12.
their cooperation and their unlimited Services were conducted in the
IN MEMORIAMIn service and chapel Monday at 3 p.m. with 141S
thanks to Rev. Ernest Wilms, his survivors are his wife,
memory of the late pastor, members and friends of Loutlsher; two step-daughters' ;

Bethel Baptist Church for their mother, Mrs. Rosa Payne; otne J'11II, ,
LUCIUS HARPER kind services and also the sister, Miss Katherine Armstrong awl ,
Who departed this life on Aug. Range Funeral Home. ; grandmother. and one rp
23, 1062. Two years have pas Betty and Sheila McCartney, niece. ',n* : 4aw
sed since you went away, we daughters ::rY
all miss you so,' but the mem- Vernon Bullard Ivan Clev- _._*-

ory of your smile shall never land, Charles, William Mc DAREK N. JACKSON, young
fade away. | Cartney and Yorlck Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas The 'late Rev Andrew Wal-
,Mrs. Maude Harper, wife Jr., sonsCARD B. Jackson of 2412 N. W. 58th ter Ridley, departed this life
Miss Thelma Lee
daughterMiss Monday August 17. Rev. Rid-
St. died in Jackson August 11
Donna M. Simmons, OF THANKS and was ftfnerallzed In the l ley, a resident of Miami for
Granddaughter many years resided at 1707 NW
chapel Friday, Canon Cooper
The entire. Harper FamilyIN .The wife and family of the offficlatln. Interments in Lin- 6th court until he moved to
) coln. Delray Beach in 1044, he
MEMORIAM I LEE BROWN bought land and built a beau-
i would like"to take this oppor-- _._*- tiful church. The church is
Y. In loving memory,of our dear tunity to show our appreciationto named for his honor, Ridley
mother, grand mother, and friends and ne in DOTS for MRS. ARLAYER LILLIAN Temple Church of God In
greatgrandrnother, their kindness and many ges- JACKSON, 1774 N.W. 64th St., Christ, located at 112 SW 12th
t. SAOtt SUSAN V. PINDER tures of sympathy given us died at home August 17. $hIs Ave., Delray Beach.
who departed 'this life Aug. 21, during our recent hours of sor- 1 survived by her husband,
1058. : J. D.; a brother, Thurston Man- The Funeral services will be

On earth she loved the Sav- row.We would like to give 'a special uel and several more. Arrange' held Saturday, Augst 22 at 1
mdnts are incomplete
.- thanks to Rev.
ior's grace Emory I pm.He
On earth she loved his name Jackson, Mr.;. Arthur King, the -s-.- I l leaves to mourn a wife,
No. 1 Choir,of Mt. Zion ,Baptist _
So now she sees his blessed A. W. Ridley, a daughter El-
DEA. GEORGE W. MARTIN face Church and Mrs. A. Range and MRS. ANNIE HALL, 516) 21st nora Dean, a son Charles F.
who departed this life August I staff for the-'wonderful efficient St., Palmetto, mother of Pete a daughter Alma ,
18, 1962. "Deep In our hearts And stands'before the lamb. services' rendered to us. Johnson of ;1413 N.W. Sfrd St., daughter-in-law, Lee Long Ella a
we silently say Although he Is Daughters: Mrs. Zilpha Rolle '*' We shall always be* grate- died I n Jackson Mem. Hosp. grandsons, Warren Douglas,
here with us no more He is Mrs. Viola Roberts Mrs. ful.Thank August 18. She is survived by and Charles F. Ridley Jr.
not-dead, he is pust>away. Hazel Clarke, Mrs. Sadie you one sister end two grand- brother, Willie Ridley:, of Aim
Mary Martin, wife Saunders Mrs Mattie Brown and childitjn. Arrangements are In- Arbor, Mich., and a host of
And Family Son: Mr. Allen Pinder Family I complete. relatives and frIends.THE .


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DAVID W. PRESLEY, of 3341: FURNISHED efficiency air FHA TERMS modern 2-bed- SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1964 PAGE 13 Ij
NW 43rd Ten, passed t on August conditioned, quiet neighborhood, room CBS with large utility
15, at Jackson Memorial adults only. 1243 NW 77th Terr. room which can be Used as 3rd
Hospital after a period of Illness.Mr. Also have One bedroom urtfur- bedroom. All large rooms with WANTED' APARTMENTS
Presley, an employee of the nifpd. apt3.need ,references awning" windows, carport, CBS
Florida East Coast Railroad, office 1210 NW 77th Terr, storage se and large landscaped 1964 HIGH SCHOOL senior $16.50 and $18 Weekly
and long-time resident ,of Miami modern stove and class directories! for
is survived by hid wife,, 'I, 2, and 3 BEDROOM housed refrigerator and new air con- Broward, Palm Beach andMonroe Unfurnished!
Mary a daughter, Jocye; a brother furnished. Call Dixie Rental ditioner. Price 4s $11,000 with County Schools. ContactMr.
Louis and many other ret t Agency, Ph. G33-2129, 3200 NW $350 down and $68.30 month Russell, WI 5-2619, 16340 $20 Week Furnished
lives. Services will be held Fir- 17th Ave.'lBEDROOM, plus low tax and insurance W. Dixie Highway, North MI-
day, at the Range Memorial Life Realty Broker 4932 NW ami Beach, Fla. All ground floor
Chapel at 2 p.nvCLEVELAND .' : house stove and 7th Ave. PL 9-4371.
I 1 refg., Florida room, adults only. 5 acres of paradise
$23.00 week Dixie ReaUal 633- FULLY FURNISHED No
2429.. qualifying." Pretty frame houseat A TERRIFIC DEAL 3-bed- PLEASE SEE -
,GEE, of 314J 1021 NW 37 St. You can, room beauty, CBS, all fenced
NW 57 St., died at his residence 1-BEDROOM CBS hoUse alt move right f in just Urlng your in, small down payment and 2474 NW 58th St.
on August 17. Mr. Gee, a native condition, patio, furnished, for clothes .as this house is furnished only $64 month includes everything -
of Palham, Ga., had resided ill two adults only, no pets. $25 right down to linen and Drive by 3510 NW 210th Call 885-1589 "
Miami for 26 years He, Is sur- week, 1352 NW 52nd St. 757- dishes. Price Is $7500, $500 Terr., then call Fenster Realty Sept. 5
vied by his Wife, Julia l ; a daughter 7255. down and $80 month: includes Broker, PL 0-8779. ,., ------ --... -...
Mrs. Louisa Spicer; three taxes and Insurance' Life Real- I
sisters, Mrs. Ella Gates, Mrs. NEW CBS 2-.B iDftQOM! apt ty, Broker 4932, NW 7 Ave. PL I
Geneva Thomas, and Mrs. Mary free water and gas, Stove fur 9-4371; open evenings and Sun-
Cheever; eight brothers, James nished; apply 775 NW 69th St. days. BEST BUYS IN TOWN '
Hdnry Gee, JUliUs, Rossle, PL 4-9000.
Louis, Mose and Jessie Walder, LARGE FAMILY, 4-bedroom .
Wiley SeymoUr, and Albert Wal 2-BEDROOM house, $12.50 beauty, CBS near school, bus, Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. I
der. two aunts, Mrs. Irene Bailey, week, 1-bedroom house $10 week shopping 11700. $86 month Includes -
anti Mrs. Laura Smith; three l-bedroom apt. $12 week, 2- everything, plus down 220 NW 48th StreetLarge
uncles. Albert, Rossie and Willie bedroom house, .$20 weak Call payment. GO'10 NW 6th Ct. Fens- CBS 3-bedroom dining "
Pleasure. Services will beheld at 2260 NW 62 St. Rear, Saturday ter Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. room, garage, Carport,
at 4 p.m., on Friday, Au Owner on premises. Call appliances. Near school gust 21, In the Memorial Cha 688-4825. Aug 22-29 SPECIAL FOR this week 2- $13,000 total, $400 down. Come tee this lovely home
of the Range Funeral housesCBS, income. Front
Home. FURNISHED APT. NE 4-9127 house, 3-bedroom, 1-bath. Rear --0---
I or NE 3-6281 1940 NW 52nd house 1-bedroom, 1-bath, reasonabf
I St. e terms. Open Sunday, 1- 1490 NW 57th Street
MAGGIE L. ROBINSON of 527 5. 6930 NW 6th Ct. Feflster Real
SW 6th Ten, in Homestead, ty, Broker PL 9-8779. Corner CBS beauty. 2-bedroom, Florida room, dining
passed on August 15. She wasa HELP WANTED room, Utility room, appliances' newly dbcorated."
long-time resident of the FHA foreclosure, from
VA and $10,500total, $84 'month No qualifying.
South Dade area, having come MASTER BARBER Liberty $100 down, we have completelist "
to Miami from her native home, City Area. If able to process' of all locations. Fenster -
South Carolina in 1926. Her good; but not necessary. A15E Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.
survivors include three sons, 5-4079. FOR LARGE family, 3-bedroom, Duplex CBS beauty. 1-bedroom each) side, appliances,
Jessie, Joe, and Willie Robinson 1-bath, CBS, lange front porch, $11,000 total. $85 month. No qualifying.No .
; 11 grandchildren and 31 APPRENTICE and Master Bar- no qualifying, move right in.
great-grandchildren. Services ber. Apply at 1262 NW "62nd Small down payment. 1729 NW -0--
will be held at the New Mt. St., or call NE 5-4079. Alb 51st Terr. Drive by, then call
Zion AME Church, Saturday, Fenster Realty, Broker, PL qualifying, $7,900 total, $600 down, $70 month. ,
at 1 p.m., with the Rev Blake LAN115CAPINt} OU8779. 2-bedr06m beauty, completely furnished, air cond.,
officiating. SPRAYING for termites, fleas,
and : NW dining; room, utility room, new area.
roaches, chinch bugs trees. 2-BEDROOM, CBS, 863 \
MILDRED MORLEY BAIN, Yard, soil, painting of house 74th St. Built by builder, FHA ---0-- \
roof Luten Taylor. PL 4-6743. then call Fens-
terms drive lJ.Y't
of 1219 NW 65th Tter. passed on 1 indffm ter Realty, Broker, PL 0-8779. MANY OTHER ,GOOD BUYS .
August 16, at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Mrs. Bain, a native and well- CORNER beauty, '

known Miamlah, is survived by SALE custom built CBS, Fla. room, SHELL REALTY
three daughters, Cynthia lot. $13,000, reasonable
Newbold, Maxine and Marva WE HAVE* LARGEST selection 201 NW 52nd
down payment. 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758.5551
lain; one son Allan i one grandchild r>f :2. and 3 bedroom homes In St. Open Sunday, 1-fl p.m Ffins-
; her mother, Mrs.. Clemen- Ornate Miami from $100 down ter Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.
tine Morley; one sister, Mrs. ana $65 month News Realty,
Antoinette wilcox; five brothers Inc. Broker PL 4-0055. COMPLETE new list FHA

,Prince Oscar Albert and Hartman Will, Cleveland Morley 2-.BEDROOM CBS home, with 4 and bedroom VA resales.2-bath Like CBS new home 3 and We Have Moved to Our Own New Home I

l Services are scheduled for garage, oak floors, nice land- at from $100 to $300 Why Don't You!
Saturday at 2 p.m. at Mt. capped corner lot. 1451 NW form $60 month and\ up. we
Olivette Baptist Church, with 43rd St. have keys at Life Realty, Come in to our office and let us" help'you.
the Rev. I. C. Mickens officiat Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL '
ing. Mrs. Bain will He in repose DId 2-bath two. 9-4371. Open evenings and Sun- buy your new home

at at 8|her p.m.residence Friday evening beginning with story beautiful older home trees.on completely 80ft., lot,i days. See These Homes and Come, in to see us or Call usf r f'

until time ix>r the funeral services furni hed $12,000 total good I NO! CLOSING COSTS rUA ---.--
terms drive by 3131 NW Wh terms. Enclosed front and rear 1-699d NW 20th Avenue A, beautiful 3-bedroom

St., call to Inspect, John, C. porches separate! garage. Houso awl home. $500 down, no qualifying!
Adams, Realtor, TU 8-3003. I Is freshly painted inside .
out. Floor refinished, s to v o
FOR RENT 280 NW 45th St. from owner, and refrigerator. Price Is $9,500, 2-816 NW 46th Streets A clean 4-bedroom, 2 bath

". $350 down,' .$70 month, CBS $200 down and $77 per month LifO? home $500 down, no qualifying.
$20.00 SIX ROOM, unfurnished completely redecorated Florida plus taxes and ''nsurahce. PL .
house, 2229 NW 60th St. Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. 1360-1364, NW 46th Streets TERRIFIC INCOME
4-BEDROOM corner Sunday,
HUGE 0-4371, Open
$14.00 PARTLY FURNISHED E-Z terms to responsible party, ings. -LIVE RENT FREE 2 CBS houses. 2 bedrooms

hot, free gas and water- 6041 move right *n, no red tape, COLLEGE Is i in each. $1,000 down, $99 a month.
NW 24th Ave, I" garage and Florida room see DORA'S KIDDIE .
owner Sunday, at 4030 NW 3rd now regiaterkng. For further. 4-1370-76 NW 46th Streets Excellent income --
HOUSE" 'for small WI 94)880.) Information call.621-7331.
LOVELY Ave. $99 month carries. CBS property.
family\ $20 week, convenient .
to bus and stores. Will apply LOTS small down payment, SUNDAY-
rent to purchase If desired. NE small monthly payments, purchases FOR QUALITY 5-325 'NW 46th Street OPEN HOUSE
lot, we have ,built 2-bedrooni' home.
5-5:>00. your own BUILDING custom
listing fn all areas. Trio Realty, -+-
PRESIDENTIAL Gardens apts.,, PL 9-8372. CALL 6-7021 NW 6th Courts See this 2-bedroom, 2 bath

now renting, Miami's newest H. home $500 down, $82 a month. No qualifying,
bedroom apts 3-BEDROOM; CBS garage,
and finest 1 and 2 ; s
open Sunday, 749 NW 60th Si W. floors mew awnings, very tg; a CBS house.
6332891JE ,1-GWt." : nice quiet neighborhood. -
U" 500 ,selling price, down pay- 7-4001 NW 19th Avenues Big house $200'do wn

$1$ WEEK PAYS adu1til: ment $2,200., now NW open 43rd for St.:In-J. 'and 'move right in. CBS 2-bedroon, 2 bath and,
l .N\Y spection.
only furnishedap15th ? ; NW
Broker carport.
Ct. 63328912BEDROOM A. Summons "
53rd St. NE 4-6875. Call Martin -
apt. freegai 4 Berney, Salesman, NA 8-835 NW 49th Streets 1126 NW Slat Terraces'

water and electricity, $25 per +0083. WYNNEHOME Brand new 3bedroom.2 ,baths, Florida room.

week, 3350 NW 51st' St. call Hi] CHEAP LOT In famous Sea Excellent locations
:S-1119. Village. --.---
Estate, Nassau
ROOM home Call Breeze 983-4022 West Hollywood.NO 9 GOULDS SPECIALS! Marcia Jane SubdivisionSee ,
homes S2OO down
for working person; privileges Move these 3 and'
Close to everything: and buses rJrfht QUAILIFYING kn modern 3-Jbcdroom- and from, $60 'a, month. CALL MR. ALTERSON.
:NE -- '-
5-8566. lot. 1-6902 -
2-baths on large
CBS with '
Is only $11,500 with $1.000 10-20920 NW 30th Court A ,gorgeous 3-bedroom
ilOOM nice Price Built Hornet on
: bath for Custom
private ., Call down and you take over FHApayments like new home. We have others. $100 down,
person.evenings Man and mfg 696-3295,. of $78 per month taxes your lot or our monthly payments from $6O A month. OPEN ALL
which pays all including Many choice bome.ltetiaTallab1e SATURDAY AND: SUNDAY.
Insurance. now
St and
ROOM nice 2141 NW PL .
4932 NW 7th Ave. .
Phone 691-6590. g-4371. Open Sunday. Let u* help you plan WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING

NICELY FURNISHED roomprivate COSTSlovely your new home SATURDAY AND SUNDAY FROM, to 6 P.M.

home, privileges Brown NO CLOSING 2bedroomson LOW C08T'DANKFINANCING
Sub area, prefer decent lady or CBS each duplex side.with Freshly painted Inc.

teacher. 634-3044( or 635-5283 roof, stove with I LlceDlMl4, and Insored Ford Realty
frlgSators. Price Is $15,700 ,
LARGE CLEAN roomIn very $1'.00 down and $89.75'! month. BAIMJAlSfl
PLAug 2
nice neighborhood. plus taxes and insurance.
7-1907. can live rent free! Life Realty. 4821 N.W. 49th Street 6354595RANGE
with Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 738 NW 49th St. 3639 NW 15th Avenue
0E .
NEAT rooms. evenings and Sundays.
NW 9-4371, open I
2-beds each room. .
Sth Ct, Dorothy Gibson. -

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t League Announces Adoption! R / : ,I

. Home Recruitment L :,
Project ,
: Polaris Submarine marines in the United State

I The Health and Welfare Com- :[ Navy.
" .,,, Carver Keel To Be Polaris submarines have been
, mittee of the Community Plans CompletedFor operating for the past four
vices Department of the
years In defense of this coun-
local Urban League, In coopera- LaidThe try. The first, USS George
Frappe Sip
tion with the Adoption Placement 1
Washington SSBN 598 deployed
keel of the Polaris sub- .
of the State Department -
Program In Nov. 'CO
The Miami District Laymen >> marine George Washington
of Public Welware1 have completed their plans for Carver SSBN 656 will be George Washington Carver
is sponsoring! an Adoption I the Frappe Sdp to be held Sun- laid down at the Newport joins a long list of outstanding
Home Recruitment project.The' day Aug. 23 from 3 to 5 p.m. : News Shipbuilding and Dry meh( for whom Polaris subma-
of this project at New Bethel AME Church, r a Dock Company, Newport News, rines are named.
purpose on Old Cutler Road, Goulds. jt j\\ 24. :Already operating with the
will be to Inform public- l, Virginia, August
4 '!::'1'., fleet are such ships as the
pub- ...' 0 t
especially, the Negro An ;" tfi
more interesting program has ,} Named after the famed Thomas Jefferson, Theodore
lic of the existing need of 'been plannel: with: .Mrs. Irene biology teacher of Tuskegee Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln,
adoptive parents for Negro babies L Taylor, the president of the SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Air- Instltue, the Carver is the 38th I Patrick Henry Thomas A Edison .
and to clarify some of the South Florida Conference 01 man Benney F. Jackson son of of a planned fleet of 41 missile- Nathan Hale, Woodrow
misconceptions In circulationas Laymen, as the speaker and the: Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Jackson, firing nuclear-powered sub I Wilson and Lafayette.Theresa .
to the eligibility of couples, finest soloist of the area appearing 760 NW 4 st St., Miami, Fla.
court procedures and so-call- on the program has completed the first phaseof .., .) J
ed red tape Involved In adop- his Air Force basic military
tion procedures.The Please be present and enjoy training at Lackland AFB, Tex.
Urban League, with this lovely affair and delicious Airman Jackson has been selected 1 Florist"Since
a deep concern for the health refreshments. Hoping to see for technical training as
and welfare of the Negro population all of the laymen as well as an aircraft maintenance specialist -
has always sought to ministers of the South Florida at an Air Training Com- 1949"
help meet these needs in such: area. mand ATC school at Amarillo ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTSFOR
a way as to.preserve' thefreedom Zack Ferguson is president, AFB, Tex. His new unit is part
dignity and self'res- and Mrs. Ann Smith, directress. of the vast ATC system which ALL OCCASIONSNOW
pect of Individuals. The League trains airmen aind officers in
works cooperatively with t he the diverse skills required by
health and welfare field to insure Our Classified Ads the nation's aerospace force. MILES AWAY PROM HIGH PRICES
maximum acceptance and The airman is a 064 graduateof
utilization o f services; to increase SELL ANYTHING Miami Northwestern High SPECIALIZING IN-
the understanding,, sensitivity School.
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and urgency of the ----- HOOOOOOOOOELK'S Wedding Artificial Shipping

health and welfare leandeshlp in ,. Hospital Bouquets Spray
closing the gap in health and Special! Group PricesFor
welfare needs; to develop selected S

dramatize demonstrations unmet projectsthat needs; ,Banquets 9 Organizations, Schools
and to stimulate community Funeral Designs And Churches
concern and action for insur-
ing health and welfare benefits ''I COMPARE OUR VALUES' LOWEST PRICES
for all the people. HOW WE DO IT??
For more information about
the AHR project, please call X We own our building. There Is no rent due
FR 1-6476 or carefully read the We Pass This Savings on to You
editions of the Miami Times
for the next six weeks. PROMPT DELIVERY FLOWERS BY WIRE

CIVIL' SERVICE EXAMS GRAND BALL Call our experienced staff Dial 634-1087

The U. S. Civil Service Com- DESIGNERS -
mission has announced that Homer Hawkins G. Herbert Turner
during the month of August, THURSDAY-AUG, 27, 9:00: P.M. (Mrs.) Arthesa D. Hubert, Prop.
it is again receiving .applica-
tions for Hearing Examiner At The Fabulous 5260 N.W. 32nd Ave. Phone 634-1087
positions in various Federal Miami Beach
In Convention Hall Jl"'lII"lrr rrrlrll'IC"r' '
agencies Washington, D. C. J'JJJ[ II'&rIn..1r1t1tll.tlAUl: : :.IU[ ''
and throughout the United THIS YOU CANT MISS
States. The salaries for these MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED BY THE FAMOUS

$16,000..positions range from $13,615 to "Lloyd Price and His Big Band"W. Do You Need. .

Hearing Examiners preside C. :Baker and His Big Band
over formal hearings required A bedroom a new bathroom new
new ,
by law in connection with the Bobby Marshall, the Great M. C. ,

reg And ,the floor show of Clyde KUlens Island Club Florida room, alterations, repairs, a new

mend decisions or make initial THIS IS AT BIG NIGHT home? Kitcenl/ cabinets, new windows''?

decisions based on the evidence 2 Bands, Floor Show and Continuous Music THEN CALL
presented. All applicants must NO INTERMISSIONMake

be have licensed had seven attorneys years and of experience must your advance reservations, for tickets: at D&H Construction Co. 448-1119
consisting of following places:
participation in the preparation Convention Headquarters 1025 NW 2nd Ave. 11 No job too large or no job too small. We have
presentation or hearing of for- North's Travel Burefem 1104 NW 3rd Ave. 11II been building for the Colored Community for the

mal mental cases in courts of govern-' "%Atlas Elk's Lodge 329 NW 10th Terr. past. 18 years.
years of1 regularly' the experience bodies. T must w o .Liberty Elk's Lodge 6525 NW 18th Ave. IIII Buildlers come and builders go', but D&H Construction -

have been in the field of administrative Gnssie's Beauty ,Nook 3710 Prow Ave. IIII Compajny is still In business. We completeour
law. Dt. Ellen Taylor's Cleaners 544 NW 14th St. contracts and pay all bills.

Detailed information about Dt. Ruler Susie Harvey 18010 SW 103rd A"!P., Perrlne IIII Following is a partial list of satisfied customer,

the in Announcement requirements may be found I 000000$ if you know any of them call 'and find out how DAH
interested No. 318. All does its work and pays its bills. All work guaranteed
persons are urged to
obtain end, read the announcement ( We build in Brown's Sub, Liberty City, Coconut
prior to filing applIca- Grove and most anywhere in Dade County. All our

that tions.a Experience large number has of shown LINCOLN FEDERAL financing: is done with Federal Savings and Loan

have had to be canceled applications Associations. We are qualified PHA dealers.
in the past because the applicant -- investment Inc. Call 448.1119 and ask for an appointment. No
failed to comply fully charge for plans or estimates.
with the' procedural require- .
ments stated In the announce- Seybold Building I -LISTED' BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR SATISFIED
Applications' 3636 N.E. First Avenue Edward and Ora Lee Burke, 2780 NW Ofet St., Brown's Sub
must be filed .
with the Conun.i 10JU' Wash- MIAMI Wm. A. and Myrtle V. Campbell, 5259 NW 48th Terr.,
ington office' and must be received ... = :{'i Brown's Sub

than or postmarked not later Mrs. Arthnrtne C. Chavis, 3318 NW 31st St., Brown's Sub
August 31, 1964.
.William Crawford, 1210 NW 88th S(.. Liberty City
copies. ofaannouincementl; Langston C. Deal 1474 NW 69th Terr. Liberty City
Executive Secretary : Alonzo and Llnnie Fannln, 7001 NW 13th Ave., Liberty City
Bd. of U. S. Civil Service E Oscar Edwards, 3200 NW 49th Street, Brown's Sub
amlners, room 804, 51 ,SW 1st c- "The Greatest Name In, Money" Dr. and Mrs. Hogan, 3200 NW 53rd St, Brownte Sub
A\7e., Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Charles niggs, 1601 NW 64th Bt
.' Offers a complete consolidation of debts and Liberty City
-v money Mrs. Essie Mae Rawls, 3470 Fla. Ave., Coconut Grove

FOR for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph White, Mil Fla. Ave., Coconut Grove
RENT .. HOME :- Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Whitehead, 3331 Fla. Ave.,

New '3-todrooai' housV i -MODERNIZATION PLANS'For Mr. and Ins. Eugene Butler, 3421 Prow Ave., Coconut Or.
Mr. and Mrs. King Liberty, 1701"'NW 62nd Tern
Liberty City
NORTH roofs, all types, aluminum windows fences
MIAMI BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Williams Littles 1291 NW 68th St. Liberty City

Depot RequiredMICKINS aluminum' awnings, aluminum sidings IT. E. S. Reeves, 1424 NW 69th St., Liberty City
and hundreds of others too numerous to mention.
RENTAL --.---
Call now for free information 681-4133 Drive by these beautiful homes, talk to the owner and
AGENCY find out for yourself that D and H lives up to their contracts -
PiE:0500: JOHN STERN and, PAYS ALL BILI& ,Tg 812

Call 4444119 -- Ask for Mr Davidow1IIr '
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI rtA. SOCIAL to each employer so that he

SATURDAY AUGUST 22, 1964 FACE 15Broward SECURITY may use your name and account -
A AAAAAA number exactly as they ;Tf
appear on the card when he reports L
J .AA your wages. If you are
sc1!- mployed copy your name
and account number on the
oi. 1 i pW
form you use to report your
net earnings for social security
County credit.
Your social account card is
one of the most Important documents Because your social security
NewsBy + that you possess. This number is also used by the Internal -
reminder comes from EdwardP Revenue Service as a i bJYTI
1t Blonston, social security district taxpayer identification number, ,
In Miami N.
Walter Bowe Florida.Mr. manager. Mr. Blonston said, It must to
Blonston also said that shown at banks and other financial -

rye, f the proper use of your social I. Institutions where you i
security card Is equally im- receive dividends
The Star Light Lodge No. 542 wages, interest a
will hold its regular meeting portant, since there are more and other income
than 100 million individual
Friday, August 21, at 8 p.m., at accounts -
in the social Mr Blonston stated the
security re- social
rthe Masctilc Hall on Pembroke
Road; members are urged to cords. Many of them may be security card is not intended w.uuifrt' hoe Allen of
please be present. under the same name as you. 1 to Ue used for identification 1782 NW 50th ttt. Miami relaxes
The South Broward Post No. Your social security account purposes nt poolsltjp of Niissnu's Mnjyfair
8195 has begun its membershipdrive. number card Is used 'to keep a Hotel during a holiday In the
For Information, call record of your earning coveredby n..halllM capital.CARRUTH .
Commander Carl Jenkins YU. the Social Security Act. If
3-3121, West Hollywood or call: An Bennie F. Jack*), son your work is covered under Dr. Gutierrez
YU 3-9G13. of Rev and Mrs Roscoe! Jackson the act, you must have a social Jay
of 1760 NW 4bt Street has security account number, Mr.
Mrs. Helen Bowman of West completed the first phase of Blonston emphasized that you CHIROPRACTOR
Hollywood, 40th Ave and 26 St., his Air Force basic military should use the same account
left for Nassau Bahamas this training at Lackland AFD, Texas number all of your life. 2200 N.W.
week for a nice vacation visit- and has been transferred to St.-Ph. 634-1117
ing friands and relatives. Amarillo AFB Texas to complete Your name and number are
his training. used so that you can get full
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Gay and credit for your earnings. The
children left on their vacation lie to a 1004 graduate of Miami correct recording of these earn
last week for Chicago visiting Northwestern High School. ings is necessary so that old-
their daughter. age, survivors, or dlsabilty Insurance -

Mrs. Mildred James, managerof That Home.. Use a Times' benefits can be paid in
the correct amount.
Eleanors Salon, left on her NOW) is the Time to Sell
vacation for Chicago last Thurs- Be sure to show your cardCOOK'S ROOFINGCOMPANY

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day.Mrs. g -*-*- --* -- -"
Carrie Johnson and I
sons, Virgil and Gil, vacationed KINDERGARTEN
'Jn New York City for two
months returned last week at 1840 N.W. 152nd TERRACE
their home 42nd Ave., and 26
St., West Hollywood. 18 YEARS EXPERIENCE ,
son's sister, Justine Matthews Now open for registration 9 a.hW, to 5 p.m. ,
Und son went along. They all) Hot Lunches !
Transportation Certified Teachers
vacation. We the best leak and
reported a wonderful School hours are reroofing men
7 a.m. to 5 p.kn. Monday thru Friday
SCHOOL BEGINS AUGUST 31, 1964 in the business We replace all bad
SPORTS Walter IF. Cunningham, director MU 1-2710 lumber

The Hollywood Orioles. La- Ermalene C. Cunningham>> co-director
dies soft ball team won over >J A29 ALL WORK GUARANTEED
the Danla White Sox, Monday;
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. event of eight rounds In t h e get-well cards he received for up a sensation one-flound kayoon
third round. Eolle looks like his'speedy recovery. Willie had Alfredo Urbina, who is easi-
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 22,.1964Spearing the best middleweight around the'best laugh of his life whilein ly one of the best lightweightsin
these parts. He and Stormy the hospital. A good friendof the world. Napoles is a fire-
... __ __ __ ball who could all the
'L Winters would make' a good his by the name of Frank go way
.match;Gordon Lott tk'od Willie Bunetta, the director of the if given the right kind of action -
Taylor- In five rounds; Linnis Jackie Gleason show paid him a .
Johnson defeated Jim FarmerIn visit. Frank brought him a pack- Ol Owens was on leave from
six rounds; James Lee k'od age of about 20 pieces of nickel Ft. Campbell, was at the fights
Angelo Lorenzo in the 4th rd candy for a Joke. Besides the says he will be out of the service -
candy there was a small box In one more year and rear-
Sammy Spear music directorfor nicely wrapped up. In it was a Ing to go. He says' he is-ln
the Jackie Gleason Show is get-well card along with a (great shape. ** "'
With Sports quite a fight enthusiast. He was small bottle of castor oil. That's .wi<<
at the fights the other night when Willie could not stop
r and said he enjoyed them very laughing. Neil Lebtne a construction
: Bf HARRY SPEAK much. Sammy said it was one worker, who knows the fight
of the best balanced cards he Frank is the brother of Sal business from a to z, has a good
'- I. has stableof looking prospect by the name of
-- -- -" --- has seen in some time. Bunetta, who quite a
fighters here He is a great Tommy McGee, who is trainedby
Results AndComments I Tony Mammarelll edged Per- fight enthusiast. 'Charlie Titome, "a former
fecto Garcia in the 10 round fighter. Tommy is 22 years of
At' Beach main event. ,' WILLIE PASTRANO'OU.r How a'ge, has had 31 fights lost 4,
Winter defeated Joe nobody wants any has 18 J nockouta' to his credit
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dee put on one of the best Greene In one round; champion of the world, around. Grady Ponder is havinga ushers and deaconess of
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