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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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World Elks End K Did Brutality Cause The I


Cleo
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Great disturbances Death of Police Officers?

Meeting wind in the area of I

the U. S. this hurricane sea- Two law officers were shot to hands. Then Stuteville grabbed
son, birthed near Guada- death and a third had a narrow Cuff by the shoulders.
SO LONG BILL! to end with selection of the loupe, thousands of miles from escape Saturday night when a Cuff suddenly grabbed Stuteville

The Benevolent 1966 convention site. Net Philadelphia year'sconvention Miami, skirting Puerto Rico Jamaica Jamaican seaman went beserk and him. They both Cell
Improved be in -
will and ripping into Haiti, gunned them down in the Miami struggling to tho floor.
Protective Order of Elks of the
100 became
leaving over dead International Airport waiting room.
World ended one of the most international in scope when it Killed instantly were Mctroman A scuffle developed, and the
successful conventions in the left Cuba and smashed into Mi- Carlos Stuteville and private guard Jamaican reportedly tripped the
history of the order on Friday Thousands See ami Thursday morning.In Paul Chisenhall who was returning officer and suddenly grabbed his
despite the unwelcome visit of her terrible) trek thru the Lloyd A. Cuff, a ship jumper, pistol. While they struggled on
Hurricane Cleo on Thursday Caribbean she wrought a des- from Detroit to Jamaica the ground, Stutevillo was shot in
morning.Elks Colorful ParadeThe tructive path, made many Chisenhall and his charge were the chest., Later Cuff allegedlyshot
homeless and destitute, knocking ,supposed to leave for Jamaica on I and killed Chiscnhall.
all the
from
over coun- Elks held their three-hour out communications, etc. the DC-7 flight at 10:00: P. M., but Metro Officer Dill Pearson was
try began packing for (the return -
International Parade Tuesday! ,the plane was delayed because of
trip home after lauding The Miami Times, among oth- alerted and ho ran to the scene.
starting at 1 P. M. from Dixie Park maintenance trouble.
er publications was affected
by Cuff
Ho and exchanged shots
the warm hospitality heaped on I
(1200 N. W 3rd Ave) and follow. this small (but vicious lady of neither hitting the other. When
them in Miami and Miami ed a route of approximately 23 Eye witnesses said the tragedy
Beaoh. For the past week the city blocks. nature. took place when Cuff started walk. their bullets were,exhausted, Pear
Elks laterally l took over down- heat When Cleo cut a swath thru ing to the stairs going to a load. son overpowered and arrested. the-
The afternoon temperedby
town Miami, and not a single stiff easterly wind, was not Dade she left us without electrical Ing ramp, and refused to stop seaman., I-
a
door was closed to them. ,such as to make the marchers un power to operate our linotype when ordered by Deputy Stuteville Cuff has been charged with first
The convention's comfortable. The line of march and other presses until to do so.According. degree murder,
beauty moved from Dixie Park down 3rd noon Friday when we would to one of the witnessing
pageant winner was Sarah Hin- Ave. to West Flagler St., then to normally be on the, street. flight loaders, here's what
ton of Greenwood, Miss., w b,0
N. E. 3rd Ave. and N. E. 5th St. happened:
was crowned Miss Elks of Despite 41 years of facing hur-
1964. LaDonna Tittle of Chicago where the parade disbanded. ricanes and other unnatural conditions "All of a sudden, Cuff got up Youth SlainIn
was runnerup in a field of Gaily decorated floats and cars which have threatenedour and started walking past ,the dep.
ten contestants.A enhanced the beauty of the grand proud record, of not having uty to the stairs going down to a
spectacle. Marching bands thrilled missed a single issue of The MI. loading ramp. Stutevillo said:
17-year-old schoolgirlfrom those in the procession as wellas ami Times, we weathered this 'Where are you going?" Cuff did
Memphis, Dorothy Jean the vast number of spectatorswho not say anything. He kept walk. HoldupA
latest threat.
'
Williams, was named winner'of lined the sidewalks all the way. Today, Saturday ing for the stairs.
the( 28th annual Elks oratorical better late than never, here is
contest. Runnerup honors wentto In the line were big Elks, little your copy of the Miami Times. I "The deputy grabbed him. He
Elks, old Elks and young Elks-a shoved him back toward his chair 24-year-old holdup man was
Jo Ann 15 Hus-
sell. jolly group whose physical endurance We still cling to our record, slain Tuesday night when'he triedto
down
"Sit there!I" he said. Cuff
'
strained but not broken.
was rain sleet
the
sell of Indianapolis won third They made the last yard of the nor elements, nor of nature most will veracious didn't move. The deputy grabbed rob the owner of a grocery
place. with flying colors. him by the arm and started shako store for the second time in two
way not stop the publication of your
Hurricane Cleo prevented a During Tuesday's session Rod. Miami Times! ing him. weeks.
few of the adtivltleaonJFhuraday C. Rocfccfelh?"son ol'' New "The deputy'I started punching
but the Grand Ball at MIami man York's governortold.theElks that We haven't ,missed a single Cuff all over. Cuff didn't try; tofight Woodrow' Parks, 39 proprietorof '.'

Beach Convolution Hall owning a' business is a good way to issue in 41 years! :back. ., ,lie just ,put up, his Parks U-Save-It grocery, at 4701 I

was held as planned.- achieve flnnnrlnl independence and--- uu s assal ....al ...-...-.-.>w V... W..._. -99nr1-..- Ave.,. grabbed .-.u--

The conclave was scheduled equality: pistol ,when tho gunman
"It seems to me it Is time to I. looking and shot him twice i
push equality through business as Mother Held In the chest.
hard as we are pushing equality
Golden GetsE. through law and education' said Police identified the' bandit as

Rockefeller. Odell Wilson Jr., of 4134 N. W.
"It is the independence of knowing Torture of BoyMrs. 32nd Ave He was dead by the
that if there are Negro em- time ho was taken to Christian
P. LovejoyAward ployers, then Negro employeeswon't Hospital across tho street from the
hired last and laid off
be told the convention. lona Wilson 29, of 2051N. that he would hurt himself or store.
first, he .,W. 64th St., was charged Friday others. He had become increas
"There is a new respect. Rocke- with the torture and punishmentof ingly violent, she said. Wilson walked into the store at
feller said, "because a white man her 7-year-old, retarded son, 10:00: I', M. Tuesday as he wu
who sees a Negro competing on Darrell, and with contributing to Doctors at Jackson Memorial about to close, Parks said, and
an equal basis, takes an entirely his dependency. said that Darrell had a distended pointed a .22 calibre revolver at
The Elks' Elijah P. Lovejoy different attitude." stomach and was hungry but that him demanding money. When
award "for the most distinguished "It is no accident that Atlantais Her four children were cared for he did not appear to be suffering Wilson turned to order Parks' wifeto
service rendered humanity duringthe an oasis of progress toward in county homes Monday while from malnutrition. He needed bulk the cash register, Parks snatch.
past year," was presented Monday freedom in the South," Rockefeller welfare investigators prepared foods, they said. od the gun and shot twice. I
night by Grand Exalted Ruler pointed out. "The Negro com theri case against her Wilson shot back before he fell,
Hobson R. Reynolds to Harry has made itself strong Darrell was transferred from striking Parks in the right arm.
,Golden, editor of the Carolina munity through business." No hearing date will be set until Jackson to a county supported private He was not injured seriously ,
-
Israelite county and state investigationsare interim home.
Rockefeller, who is cochairmanof complete, Juvenile Court au. Parks told police he recognized It
In addressing the convention, the Interracial Council for Business thorities said. Investigator John Wilson as the same man who at "
Author Golden said that the Negro Opportunity, urged that the. Jenkins; of the Dade County Child tempted to rob him two weeks
needs civil rights legislation because Negroes cultivate their own business Welfare Division, said he hopedfor ago. Wilson had no gun that time
unlike turn-of-thfrcenturjr talents and start their own a hearing sometime next week. and he chased him away. Parks
immigrants, he can't change his firms. said. '
name or hide his identity to gain Jenkins helped police officers
acceptance andsuccess. remove' the naked child from a f
filthy back bedroom in the homein
"You have been locked out for which they say he had been imprisoned Rememberto
7 o5f the most productive yean r for most of the last three '
in history," Golden told the Elks !: years. ,: Register!: f
convention in Bayfront Auditor- I "
r "I petitioned for a hearing and '0
of frustration a
ium. "What kind _
A I will be in court to press charges.
must feel to see his ,
young Negro
Jenkins said. "In all my years In
father in overalls, and know the police and child welfare work, that "
only thing he'll be when he grow room was the worst I'd ever seen ,
m> is a Janitor. To get back In. lie was crawling on all-fours like 1
the Negro must have legislation an animal." '

every step of the way." The other Wilson children, Jenk. ;

Taking issue with the segregationists ins said, were under protective A
who say, "we must stand custody. Paul 8, is in Kendall !
by the law," Golden said: Hospital; Glenda, 5, and Aleshla, '
in foster home. a.
1. are together a ,
"They hearken back to the statutes Mrs. Wilson said the child was P )
of 1906 as the law we must not abused and had been kept in J -
forever respect. But those Jaws the room much of the time for fearRolle9
cut the Negro off from the main- Doa't role. .t

stream of society. Miss Barbara Jean Mason a :''ad the eWei It plain 1 J

"When someone wants to t correct Victim Of
JPflO graduate of Booker T.
the evils of those laws with Washington, received B. A. You hare no excuse not to 'r
new legislation, the segregationistsu7 Hit and Run DriverCecil I
law is not enough-we must decree la psychology on An*. Th. books
register now. are J
, time when everyone 'Sr. native of 15 At Tennessee A and I State
the
wait until Richard Rolle a G. nolle', local head of
the to Najttivlll Tenn.
University
else, said named Sales ,
everybody recently
loves Miami was All People Democratic Club In :your neighborhoods.
author-editor. Representative American Tobacco town was run down by a hit-and- She also wan granted an '....-
Referring to the Republican area by the makers of Pall Mall run driver Friday night. Aug. alatantahlp at the university' to (See pave I for locations)

presidential nominee Golden questioned Company Strike, Tareyton, Montclair, 21 aft: the intersection of 68th St.' work aa' a graduate counselor'! j|
wether Goldwater can "de- Lucky Carlton and Half and Half cigar and 17th Ave Rolle' at the time in the new Women Center for
liver the goods." ettes. Mr. Rolle is a graduate of was heading a state-wide driveto freshmen while working on hermaster's for the government '\
High School, later elect Rev. Edward T. Graham decree in guidance
Mar- Northwestern
Federal Judge Thurgood is the daughter of Mr.
She
E wanf Waters College governor on a write-in ballot;
shall of New York waa>to speak but Jacksonville attending and Florida A. & M. He's now hospitalized In Jackson I Miss Mason aspire to become and Mrs. Charlee Mason 3044

on was the absent program because Monday of illness.night University. 'lase'. hospital. i Yocatlona_ counselor and work NW ttnd St.J .




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MIAMI 'TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ,-

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1964 A MESSAGE FROM

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s !.K- John F. KennedyI


did all I could:for you


s And now I am no more,

,b.S > o Let me not have died in vain


Your freedom keep secure.REGISTER .
ELLIOTT SCAVELLA, teacher FAMU this summer and Ms'wife
at Beithune Elementary last Ethel, along with t h "e
year wil be studying at the UnI- children went up Ito share !In NOW!
versity of Wisconsin beginningthis
Albert Cooke
fall. the honor. Ditto ,
who completed the require-
DENISE BARROW of N eV ments for his masters. He Is the in neighborhoodAvoid
Registration book are now
York enjoyed her visit In our author of the Miami Times column your
city as guest of her sister and "Cousins Under The Skin." the ruth Register before Sat., Sept. 5
brother-in-law, Elsie and James
AT THE SAME TIME T. 8.' Altnnsns Laveltah Brown,
Hunt. Greer Sr. received his masters daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Liberty City
REDIC SMITH, friendly with T. S. Jr. attending.Mr. I Brown of 3501 Gape Ave., will
Pabst Blue Ribbon: representative -I enter Junior High School at LIBERTY SQUARE ,COMMUNITY CENTER
whose home base Is At-, ond Mrs. JAMES AN- Ponce Delieon, Coral Gables
lanta, will be In our area for DREWS and Mrs. Irma Wrightof I His school term. 6304 N. W. 14th Ave.
the next couple of weeks.CONGRATULATIONS Atlanta are houseguests. of I
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Peters. MT. TABOR BAPTIST CHURCH

to D. The Elks convention brought He Is the son of Mrs. Vivian L. 1701 N. W. 66th St.
teacher at Dunbar
C. Bethel these folk to our city.
who received her masters de- Owens. Residence: 1136 N. W. 55th St.
WELL wishes to ]Mrs.
degree at Florida A and M University GET Mrs. KLNORA EDGERSONof
this summer. Sarah Newbold (mother of the Orioles Club Is leavingfor WOMBLE AUTO TAG AGENCY
: Burroughs)
Mre. MYRTLE BULLARDand I who Mrs. !is Jacquelyif'convalescing at h o m e the Windy City, Chicago. ,744 N. W._ 54th St.

children vacationed on the after, an eye operation, ,Mr. and Mrs. BAM REDMAN
tropic isle of New Providence.WE }h' (Janet Prindle) have labeled JAMES E. SCOTT COMMUNItY CENTER

WERE Indeed/ sorry to she DENISE Is enjoying BARROW the hospitalityof s n y 's" their little one, Jeffrey, born 7200 N. W. 22nd Ave.
learn of the accident Involvingthe last Wednesday evening.
Mizell family (Earl and our sister city brother-in-law as house guest Elsie of Residence: 1145 N. W. 48th St.Downtown .
JOHN
Ruble) but happy to report her O. VOLLEY and wife
they have been released from and James Hunt. Marguerite of Cleveland are
the hospital and are Improving.Mrs. EMILY LEWIS Is In Orlando enjoying the Elks convention --0--
\ ELMER WARD (Anna attending the wedding of a while quartered at !the Algiers MiamiST.
Hotel the Beach
on
with the visit time friend.
B) is delighted long
Grand Deputy and head of the
of (two nieces, Judith and June DOWN FROM Jamaica, L. I. convention Grievance Committee. I AGNES PARISH HALL
Odell. These charming young
ladies live in Detroit On Friday !- for a look at our Magic City 1730 N. W. 3rd Court
then to Nassau for a week
evening Mrs. Ward was were the Been sisters, Elaine, STANLEY (Punka) MITCHELL Residence: 1322 N. W. 3rd Ave.
hostess to a group of teenagers a teenager from the
meeting and greeting Judith and June and Liles Peggy, and along with Bahamas Is here finishing up 7TH AVE. FURNITURE CO.
June. Celesta Daphney his summer vacation. He plansto
Hayes. 900 N. W. 7th Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. HARTMAN return home on Sunday.
I
TAYLOR, 3150 NW 50th St. en- Mrs. ROBERT L. CLARKand ALSO VISITING is Samuel Residence: 783 N. W. 14th St.
tertained friends at their her grandson, Twyman
Warren, president of the Pacific
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daughter, Marcia's birthday' Owens, enjoyed an illustrious State Ass'n, who also flew CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
with dinner Tuesday.
a summer vacation In Beauford, to Jamaica for short visit.
ARCHTE PINDER ond family S. C. Newark, New Jersey and a 178 N. W. 14th St.
spent the weekend with New York City Mrs. Clark divided I The Saint Augustine's College
Mrs. Rowena PJnder (Archie's six weeks of visitation second semester Dean's list was
mother) in Key West. with her two other daughtersMrs. released recently by Dr. P. R. I -0-
Mrs. HENRIETTA SWEET Emily Deveaux of S. C. Robinson, dean of Instruction.
ING is all smiles since son and Mrs Albertha Pharr of Eligibility Is based on an over ''I BrownsvilleMEAL'S
Cyril of Yonugstown, Ohio came Newark, New Jersey and her all average of B" or above
down last Sunday for a lookinon sister, Mrs. Lottie Geddings of far the semester. Among those I MARKET
Miami. N.Y. Mrs. Clark gave her grand. listed were Glenda Bennett, ofKey 4825 N. W. 27th Ave.
I
CHARLES INGRAHAM received son Twyman, a delightful treatwith West; Lawrence, Miami I
his masters degree at a tour of the World's Fair.Jack's and Alvin Walker Miami. Residence: 1889 N. W. 56th St.

-- -- HUTCHESON'S REALTY .
THE DAYS, Herbert, Martha :
and Kathleen spent a most 5178 N. W. 17th Ave.
MEN'S WEARSEE enjoyable vacation in the ancient .,i' .
city of New Orleans. It is 'JI
reported that the sights were -ORichmond- r
"MR. JACK" interesting and the hospitality

FOR overwhelming.Mrs. ,':, Heights !

STYLES FOR ALL AGES ANNBELL WARD and ',t4' : RICHMOND" HEIGHTS 'DRUG. '
-The"Ve"ry Latest in Men's Fashions Mrs. Betty Alfred have returned ,
< t 'F 14638 Lincoln Blvd.Goulds .
from a lovely cruise to Puerto ; ;
r ;SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS Rico and the Virgin Islands.It .
was a lovely trip. North's Y'0-
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o FREE ESTIMATES Sept. 20. Watch local ,
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paper for time and place. All :" NORTH MIAMI CITY HALL
LICENSED, INSURED BONDED members are asked to be out to
the quarterly meeting at Friend- 776 N. E. 125th St..Coconut .
EXPERT ROOFER ship September 10. 8 p.m. David
Hudson is president. --0-,
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Philadelphia Best City For Negroes? SATURDAY THE AUGUST MIAMI TIMES 29, 1964- MIAMI FLA. PAGE 3

Negroes who live In Philadel- ulation of Philadelphia, third delphia Negroes: the emergenceof
In the nation has been minority groups as political
phia probably have an easier largest ,
time of It than In most cities, tilted from a compartment powers, and the rise of city
Florida to Return to
marked 'under-educated lower- planning.
,says an article In the September
issue of Harper's Magazine. class slum dwellers' to another When Joseph S. Clark was ; '
compartment marked 'educated elected Mayor In the IDGO's he
Written by Nathaniel Burt, middle-class homeowners used minority-group leaders as
the piece quotes statistics" tilting process is far from com- his aides and administrators."It Democratic FoldState
which prove that "non-whites, plete, but It continuees, "h e
who comprise over a quater of writes. was the first time that
Philadelphia's population, have, Negroes had played an active Representative Richard mocrats are showing an unusual '' -
shown, over ten years, Impres-' Of the many elements that part in the city's affairs, out- Pettligrew- State; chairman of interest in this first official -
sive gains-in Income, housing, went Into bettering his lot, Mr. side of receiving a few routine Young Cltizetvft for Johnson Party function which fol-
and education. Burt believes hat two have spoll yitems and bring- predicted today that: "Florida lows the National Democratic
"The entire Negro city pop- had special meaning for Phila- in-'h -vote plums," he writes. will return to 'the Democratic Convention. We have been assured -

Also, a reform in the Civil fold In this year's I Presidential by Senator Bayh that this
his sured by Senator Bayh that his
Service opened a new area to Campaign. Pettigrew based
.Negroes for the first time insignificant ,prediction on the, 'tremendous address at the dinner will be
Jackson's Toddle Inn numbers, reports response to :the Young Citizens one of "national interest." Our
I I Mr. Burt. In addition, a Com- for Johnson Kick-Off Dinner to dinner goal of 500 people, now
mission 0 n Human Relationswas be held in .Miami- on September appears certain of being reached -
(created and written Into 4, at the Dupont Plaza lintel We have all heard a great
REGISTRATION DAILY the new city charter.As This event will feature Senator deal of comment recently about
for city planning, Philadelphia Birch Bayh: of Indiana, the Republican Presidential
has begun to clean up National Chairman of Young Candidate's appeal to Youth,
FROM 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M. its slums. Citizens for Johnson, as the but' I am now convinced; that
guest speaker. The Indiana Senator President Johnson has truly
"Since It is largely the and his wife narrowly captured the allegiance of the
3038 NW 48th Terrace NE 44308Debbie's Negro who has lived In these escaped serious injury in the majority of Young Men and
slums, this has affected him
recent plane crash in which Women of Florida. We are now
very directly. For while 1 tdoes Senator Edward "Ted" Ken- selecting chairmen and orga-
.tea not restore to him tuiy- nedy suffered an injured back. nizations are being formed in
thing he once had, It promiseshim every County in Florida, as
isomethUig he has never I n a statement Issued from part of our Young Citizens for
had-middle-class American affluence Young Citizens for Johnson Johnson campagln.
," says Mr. Burt, Headquatens in Miami Representative -
Playland Philadelphia has been experimenting PetUgrew said: The Kick-off Dinner i will
In varieties of Integrated launch our effort to carry
housing from the "If the response of the Young Florida for President Johnsonand
top-level Mount Airy developAPARTMENTS Men and Women of Florida to the Democratic Party."

REGISTRATION NOW ,IN, PROGRESS our Kick-Off. Dinner is ,any
n1a i 1 'ift, O '." > kind of a yardstick, Florida
i will return to the Democraticfold Insurance
At 4800 NW 24th Court in thiS year's Presidential
I $16.50 and $18 Weekly Campaign. In addition, all De- Companies Push

NE 4-8315 or NE 5-8052 Unfurnished) Vote DriveThe
.
85COOK'S $20 Week Furnished moot to the public housing
projects, says Mr. Burt National Insurance Association -
All ground floor a (trade group of 47
'The i
process 0 f change s
5 acres of paradise fascinating, awe-Inspiring 1 n Negro owned life Insurance
KINDERGARTEN the size of ito problems and companies, has called Qn members -
PLEASE SEE the excitement of Its emergencies and their I employees to
1840 N.W. 152nd TERRACEOPALOCKA and emergencies," he concludes support voter
2474 NW 58th St. "At least Philadelphiamust registration
FLORIDA'Now drives Negroes.Tho .
be given some credit for among
open for registration 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 885-1589 trying, and for creating a climate action was authorized ina
Hot Lunch Transportation Certified\ Teachers Sept. 5 I where hope is possible., resolution adonted during the

School hours: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday organization's 44th annual convention
SCHOOL BEGINS AUGUST 31, 1964 St. Stephen Day Care Center In Philadelphia last
Walter II. Cunningham, director MU 1-2710 month! It got underway with
1781 NW 73rd STREET
the appointment of a ten mem-
Krmalene C. Cunningham, co-director Registration' for St. Stephen Day Cure Center in now Jn j>roprofcN. ber commitee by Atty. Ben

A29 '' hates by the vock $3.00, by the L .
-- *-- -* Center will bo offering the latest In everything for the president.

children to learn and enjoy. Among them will be a hot meal Jesse Hill, Jr.
Uah .ts.r.rrr Unite!SteMi StM O iwi w w** +r.i ei.iruerA6k actuary of At-
nerved dally and an afternoon ,1 nock.A lanta Life Insurance Co., Atlanta -
kY1y4 Yy'b stuff! of qualified and efficient workers will be on was named chairman.
A ty. Earl B. DIckerson of
hand daily to provide the proper cruse and training that your Chicago, president of SupremeLife

child will need. Tick up and delivery. Insurance Co., and author
Opening dates August 31, 1964 of the ip'i" ,
%$ fq11j II' cochairman.The ,
.. For further information call 758-6067 or NA 4-6726
ykF} .y
; A 4f.... resolution emphasizedthat
; the voter deglstratlon effort
non-partisan. In operation,
r114 ST. AGNES KINDERGARTENOpens an estimated 8,000 field employees -
of NIA companies: will

_ 31 1964 urge members of over a million
iil I C, August Negro households ito register In 1
time for the
presidential elect-
IS IMgN 1736 N.W. 3rd COURT I ion, if they ,have not already
ti REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOW done so Committee members
have l been requested to cooperate -
For information Call
..
?..x with national, regional and
634.1910 635.2307 local organizations! engaging In

nun. Health Certificate. Experienced Personnel similar non-partisan efforts,
and copies of the resolution
Supervisor Mrs. Jacqueline Flnlejr. Livingston have been sent to the head-
,.r quarters of civil rights and vot-
er registration organizations.


Centervilla Kindergarten

ANNOUNCES ITS OPENING REDUFE

r August 31, 1964 Lose up 'to 6 poundls 4
r ni AT 5932 N.W. 17th AVENUE weekly I

t y.I 'YOU MAY REGISTER NOW Dr. Long
For Information Calls
1545 5.W. 1st St.
691.7796 634-5867 or 696-3802 .

Mr. Ruth E. Copeland, supervisor PR 3.2748

Certified teacher, experienced In training rit
I .rT. young children A29 I

REV. LAURA J
In Fine Whiskey. .
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FLEISCHMANN'Sis Michael's Kindergarten and Day, Care Healing Advisor and bleuinga to '

Center God's Power

BIG One visit will convince
the buy you
14140 NW 23rd COURT that Rev. Laura will help

Open for registration beginning Sunday, August 16 you through her of
power.
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Supervisor Mrs. Dorothy Gibson R. N.
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,Baptist Asks $10 Million for?Education

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CHICAGO The National : 13 will further emphasize the
Baptist Convention, U. S. A., Importance of production and
Inc., under the leadership of Dr self help. The president has
recommended, the board of directors Across From Park
J. H Jackson, has given his- has urged that the con-
Choice colored church school
toric and constructive leader- vention begin In earnest the or
48th Street and NW 8tb Ave.
n. B. BIGI8MUND REEVE, Editor and Publisher ship In these days of great building of an educational foun- Air conditioned Sanctuary. Institutional -
crises. Their position has been dation to help guarantee religious -
GARTH C. REEVES. Mugging Editor sound, based on the Federal education for the youth of type construction.
Complete Sunday School
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Assodstt Constitution, the American the land for the present and two floors heated. On four on
philosophy of freedom, and future. The (Igoal Is $10 million lots. $110,000. Call John Warren
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the Judeo-ChristIan tradition. The delegates at the Detroit for appointment -
ONE YEAR $8.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $0.01 meeting shall be challenged to
The convention In Its annual face this responsibility. THE KEYES CO.
!Kntored M Second Class !Matter\ August 9, 1027 at the Port Oiflvat session( In Detroit September 8-
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1B76 The board of directors expects 234 BIscayne Blvd. RealtorsFR
some 20,000 delegates and 1-3592
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Arenas Phone FR 3-3. visitors at the meeting. indf
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0481 Florida Prepare to ..
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"CRJHDO OF TUB NEGRO PRESS"
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can beat lead tie Invade DetroitMiss
world from racial and national antagonism when it accord to Shoe
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human and Marie White and Mrs. Quality Repair
legal rights. Hating. no man. fearing no man-the Negro Frees Irene Pratt Wilder have announced -
strives lo help every man in the firm belief that all men are that as of August 24 GRMtDlt
art aa long aa anyone in held bAGk.SCHOOL the seating capacity to Detroiton At Discount rR:
the Trallway bus ,to the
National Baptist Convention
TIME was all sold out and no more Prices
reservations can be accepted

Dade County public schools opened on Monday as unless is there very are gratifying some dropouts.This that. 54 St. Grandway Only! '

far as the nearly 9,000 teachers are concerned. They are such a large number will be In
busy this week attending meetings and making prepara- attendance as Florida will be
tions for the 188kOOO students they hope to greet on Monday host ;.to this great army In 1965. MEN'S & BOYS' LADIES & GIRLS

morning August 31. This trip has the blessing of
I several outstanding ministers Leather or Rubber HALFLEATHER
The school board recommends that all parents bring Including President J. A. F.
and pick up their first grade children the first few daysof Finlayson who admits that it Half Soles an/d/

school. _.._ was the forethought of Presi-
Rubber Heels SOLESReg.
dent Holley that this be done.
Drivers are reminded that unless travelling on a di-
Many are attending for the
vided highway, state law requires that all traffic stop in first time this year. Dr. Mary 248 f39
either direction when a school bus is boarding or discharging O. Ross will preside over the Reg. 3.25 2.00
passengers. .great body: of women while Dr. I
J. II. Jackson will preside over MENSAND LADIES
Bicycle riders are reminded to observe safety rules, the men. AND

Ride with traffic, not against it; use both hands and Miss Marie White Is appeal- BOYS 100 GIRLS
never two on a bike. Never weave in or out of the traffic ing to all women to register In
RUBBER
lanes. i this convention by sending directly HEEL
to her $2.00 with your HEELS
Observance of these rules might prolong some life. name and address. She would Off! LIFTS
like to have the largest enroll-
In a report prepared for the American Associationof ment from Florida. Those who Reg. 59 Any Kind
School Administrators, the following recommendationsare cannot be present can enroll. 1.25 with this ad 29
made: i Bus will leave New Providence R eg. 75c
Baptist Chu/rch/ on Sunday, September -
The high school baccalaureate services be left to 6 promptly at 10 p.m.
Individual churches and synagogues with no school' requirement ana proceed to Ft. Lauderdaleand ...
on to Orlando. ,,
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for attendance P ;
Mrs. Mary Frances. White rw'r
That school' calendars, personnel policies and extra, will serve as hostess and see
curricular activities all should be adopted to accomodatea that all of the friends of Jesusare 4Y
diversity of religious backgrounds and practices. comfortable, < PTS e9o ', >be6Ap 3Qi

Urged vastly improved instruction about religion"as Juanita'a Kindergarten
one of the greatest influences in man's history."
Opening will be August 24.Pick
"A public school whatever the feelings of its constituents up and delivery service. For
may not observe Christmas as though it was a further information call Mrs.
Juanita ,Jackson, OX :
church or combination of churches. 12350.A20

Under the constitution the public schools may not
sponsor a religious service, the report said.
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house of unusual rooms

YE EDITOR'S .NOTEBOOK' Open 24 hour NE 4-3851

Ye Editor was a vistor to Florida's Southernmost and Seeing is Believing

second oldest city last Sunday, making the bus trip under See ua for clean room 'Nt i43S tO.,, Y w,. S a' tk a$sir3kt e r: ,
the sponsorship of the Church of :the Incarnation, Mrs. Jamaica Dugie y
Leola Johnson in charge.We always a
friend
left Miami at {5 a.m. and returned at 1 a.m. ; the
visit was enjoyable. 2941 NW 47th St., Miami

Headquarters in Key West was at St. Peter's parish 7'c
hall, where we were guests of Frh John Reece and St.
:Peter's churchwomen. We :attended the 10 a.m. service

' and were pleased :to greet many acquaintances. Sir John Hotel

) During ''the afternoon we made a tour on Conch
Train 97. These small trains accomodating 64 persons Pool & Patio Club y w
really show you Key West. The Navy yard*is not only one
of the most interesting but the most Important plaoe I JOIN NOW
, in the island city, as it employs most Key Westers

r St. Peters Church, if Ye Editor is correct was built i! FREE INSTRUCTIONS IN

in 187& destroyed by a hurricane in 1908 and rebuilt I SWMMING
during the Rev. John Lewis' ministry in 1925.
I DIVING
Serving, this church were the Revs. Shadrach Kerr, gas
I A'' R. E. Roe, Bishop Denby, Bruce Williamson and Ed- SCUBA I

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, Its present vicar, the. Rev. 'John Reece, has served Datacing Pool Parties on the
I St Peters for the past 14 years.. oo
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I Amtong those we met at Key West is young Leroy ,
'Lloyd, whose ambition is to enter the ministry. Let us hope Splash Parties OO Q
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Ye Editor was pleased to have his granddaughter, Open 7 days a week milk

enjoyed Cleo Jollivette it. accompany him on this trip. She really Open evenings )(on., Wed., Fri. I

-.. Bee. Charles Contreras, Mgr.
Ye Editor's last visit to Key West was in 1946 i !ng .MOT cbrocn or toon HOUM the
the ministry of the Rev. Bruce Williamson. I





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In a letter to one of the local ? i it

daily papers, a womam who t
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calls herself "Moonbeam z' ti

Mother" writes, "Fundamentally -
the Judaic and Christian law
believes every man to be endowed -
with a soul. When the T Iiti 4i4I .
soul leaves the body there 1 .
is no sex, there is no nationality :
there is no (formal) r-- _

religion, there is no partisan
politics, there! is no color line!
How nearsighted are we that itkflt ,1 lid' k
we don't have the Intellect and
the good sense to prepare for -m.l ,.ij[ *M.l*Jtot.Of. *** J

our future life..." ENROLL NOW. For the G: p.m. Monday through Friday.

uMoonbe -m Mother" has best In pre-school training; enroll For further information, call
your child in one of t h eJames PL 8-4791.
painted a true picture of the
E. Scott Community Association
world beyond, and she could
Care Centers
Day :
have added that should we begin Liberty Square, 0301 NW 14th Bishop Gibbs
to live as if we believed in
James E. Scott
Ave.
i ear;
the oneness of all soul, this biomes 7200 NW 22nd Ave. Delivers ElksBaccaulaureate
would also become a pictureof All-day care for children 3
life on this earth, *oo. to G. afternoon care for children -
0 to 0. Bishop Carry A. Gibbs bishopof
Doth the Jewish<: and Christ- the A.ME. Church of South
ian Scriptures teach that concept You may register ut the James Carolina addressed tho Education
of earthly life when prophesy LJ Scott Community Association Department of the Elks Sunday
is fulfilled. Isaiah spoke Office, 113,1: NW Goth St. night nt Bayfront Auditorium.
of the time when the house of until\ August 23 from 9 a.m. to
the Lord would be establishedon The prelate delivered the baccalaureate .
,the top of thee mountainsand sermon on the occasion
the anniversary of the
marking
all nations;; would flow intoit
Trinity Laymen 1954 desegregation decision. Fivehundred
and that nations would
cease .
capped and gowned graduates
making war upon each other. Annual SermonOn marched In procession, repre.
(eCho 2.) Jesus spoke of the senting themselves and others who
time of the one fold and) one SundayThe have benefited from the Elks Edu.
shepard. Also the Lord's Prayer laymen of Trinity CME cation Department
bears a promise that the Church are coidlally Invitingyou
kingdom of Heaven (whole, as to attend their annual laymen Tho "Baccalaureate" on Sundaywas
n reunion of all those who
"Moonbeam Mother" the
says service Aug. 30.
day
have been graduated on Elks I
souls are one,) shall come on Sneaker for the morning service scholarships since the High Court's President Edward IX Davis, of er Central Life staff members who
earth. will be the pastor, Rev. C. decision. Central Life Insurance Companyof have earned the coveted FLMI\

What meaning could these p. rnwspn of Birmingham. Ala. Florida, congratulates Miss Victoria designation are: Joseph A. Henry,
iy'the Men Chorus of
Music E. Woodrow
llajnoll Sloan W
'Scriptures bear, save the fulfillment St. Paul AME Church. I r A. Casellas and Mrs. MarthaS. Illnton and Mrs. Beatrice A. Balck.Don't .
on earth of the hea-
Hook of
Tampa who as results
venly conditions now existing Immediately after morning ji of examinations ,.- -
recently became
in the unseen world? served
will bo
service, dinner
fl- Fellows of the Life Management
Prophesy is now rapidly being In the basement. Institute. The Institute Fellowship be half citizen!
The afternoon program will {Is< a significant achievement
fulfilled. It's
developed that intellect now time and we begin at 3 o'clock. Speaker will TLP in (lie life Insurance industry, Oth REGISTER!
be Melvin Jackson, layman of
good sense to prepare for that St. Paul In Coconut Grove. :
future life..on earth as well as _
tin i the next world. 4 HOMEOWNERS

II I I Battle of Songs P 7) CONSOllDATi_ YOUR BIIUIAVAIlABlf

we There wil be a Battle of Songs It I PROM
between father and son featur- '" UHCOLH"t; ,; R INVESTMENTS, INC.
BrowardCounty ing Marvin Ludlow and WillieT ,
Phillips sponsored by Sunlight j' I t'rr 24 PHONE 681-4133
Pallbearers No. 190 to beheld
4 at Liberty Square Center,
0300) NW 14th Ave., Sunday, ". : 41'1 t: 1
News Sept 13, 2:30: p.m. For an even- .1 y 0r.I Jay Gutierrez
ing of good singing, come out ._- .
anti bring your shouting shoes. I

fly Refreshments free. I
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Walter Howe \tl 2200 HW. 36 St. 634-1117 I

,,,,. SOCIAL SECURITY Bandleader Lloyd Price, who
headlines the.chow In Sept 4
The South Broward Post No. to 7 at Sir John Knight Heat i"
8105 will meet Sunday, $ pt. 6 one of the few artists who has HOME OF THE WEEKROOFS

at 5 pm. at 4144 SW ifth St., ? rlA the knack of knowing what .. .... ..
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West Hollywood. All members y songs to sing that will turn
J please be present. Wllbeit C. JIii- .jI "I" Into million-seller record hits

Jenkins commander ."/"""'u,, IOn"tUf". r...k....." In addition to being the man
: The Freeway H unUlcap I who sings !the tunes In most
held Its:; banquet 'nt the eases he's the man who writes
League
Dig Bamboo Club, In Lilian- ''Social security checks, ,may the songs: for '_himself
he delivered to some tnieflciariei -
not
dale last Thursday,, August 20. 1 In this i area this The 'former New' Orleans mtlvc >
Our ,first: place trophy winners month," Edward. P. Blon-' with the wide smile and
were Sweets, Building frnm ston, manager of the Miami friendly hello has. five gold records
Ft. IA1ud tc1a1< 12nd iMcc, District! Office, warned today, to his credit which signifies -
Howe's Barber Shop; .lid, News 4tht :"because they have moved recently that,he has that many mil
hold's TV Ft. Laudofdnic: : } the '
but failed tonotify lion'seller hits among them t "
,Wright's Construction Co.,; r>tn, Social Security Admlnstratlontif 'Lawdyj Miss Claudy," "Per- .
Bowe's ,Rattier Shop ,NO. '.t2: ; their new addresses BonallW': t "Stagger! I..ep.(" "I'm
mho Clover Leaf !Sports=; Shop Gonna utft' Married" and "Where
1'0'", Cyril Miller finished wl'h' the ". ,"i.;fly ,chanKo'in :address ulioullbe Were :You on Our Wedding BLOSSOM
) in advance to insure -, by
;, highest averase 183 high came reported I>ay. .1& f
., 293,. Johnny Robinson and Ilen- regular : delivery of Personality, has become r a
ry Newbold. had) the highest! ..3game'pet :, checks Mr. Blonston continued standard,tune and more than 35 t
"' '""""" 'CLEANING
6f 1)1.; Spebtal'securltV'beneftts'aremallet sin crs'and 1 bands have recorded -
,: automatically, once a person It.'t' SEALING
Is on the rolK Many times, .

Rev., ,and Mrs. .,E.,.J..,Clarke however- payments are.,delayed PAINTINGBlossom
wish to thank the assistant because changes of address 'arc 'r"!'. :h '
pastor, officers and members not reported promptly. t: ) "\ Roof Cleaning; and"ainting Company.

.' for' the cooperation given them When claims for benefits! are ......ll), Deluxe supreme jobs contracted with Blossom this
during. their 14th anniversary filed,_ postcard forms, arc .fur .,-, week means cleaning, sealing and two coats of
of the )3stor"and' to the,'Rev chur McDonald h. nished for beneficiaries to make "r r, paint. Our paint has a 2-year compMe guarantee

Specialanks and his members from and these hardship reports., each To avoid beneficiarymust delay :Vote... ", against anything and ,a 5-year warranty. We -use
'
Mt Nebo, all of the auxiliaries !' act promptly to make the 'and the choice is ypcrg! only 'pure DuPont Vinyl on your roof.

of the church' and committee. required reporter The postcard t Why take the chaince to get some handy man on your
Rev: E. J. Clark, pastor; Bro. ,form may be used for cnanges
roof. That risk sometimes costs twice the price.If .
Z. Newbold, ,reporter. of address, or the change maybe (Do a't vofe..: you
reported directly to the district ndtbechoicehtheir you call Blossom, who has all the best and latest

office.at 231: NE 79th St. equipment, licensed and i insured, experienced) in roof I
afternoon In the Missionary '''
Sunday hour of the Atlantic Fifty-two-year-old Henry McKenzie Register.? '' cleaning, sealing and painting. You will be assured
(
Coast ,Ministers! and Deacons' was found dead near a f tor ,....*., f of a satisfied job as low as $35 down and $10 week
meeting, Mrs. E. J. Clarke will house on Sutton Street, off -, yea hare IL with no interest charges.No ,. .
be the speaker,We are looking Kemp ''Road, shortly after the = .."-" qj $600 loan shark, no"red't.pe at all. You' pay 'direct .
at Mt. Olivette MIssionary house was completely' destroyed -
to see you
Baptist Church. 1450 by fire on August 1 at2:30: 1 (J to Blossom Roof Company. For free estimate

NW lt court, Miami, Rev. I. a.m. He Is believed to have been Poce: .- :td.. :,. t call 6339914.
I C. MIcklns host pastor. Mrs. E. one of two men who lived in ,.ltII Thi A",.,, .. .
..... J. Clark >to the president and the ,small, wooden house. ..Theyearild ,r "' lh.Mwrtsa5C.; : .J..w .

.d:-- ".'.'Mrs BWte >W*.jM* y wm ,.... ..ion loa the 11 next 1',2W"afternoon.'" .'l l '..{ TIi" A Miami"Times Classified' Ad ...- :,
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CONTRIBUE z /
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$444,000 TO NAACP
Marriage tist Church of Opa-locka.
The wedding and receptionwere
PHILADELPHIA Dele- the plan and presented it to attended at the home of
gates to the 41st Boule of Alpha the delegates. Mr. DeLisser said Announced Mr. and Mrs. James Martin in

Kappa Alpha Sorority, meeting when the project is completed, ,Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Kemp Opa-locka.
here August 9 to 15, unanimously Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and daughter Vernell Kemp
voted to contribute $444,000to will have After an extensive honey
contributed more than :
Greene of 1463 NW 13th St. and
the National Association for $494,000 to the NAACP thruogh moon in Jamaica the couplet
the
the Advancement of Colored the Life Membership program. Opa-locka are announcing has returned to Atlanta, Ga.,
People by Aug. 1966. To dateh the figure stands at Charles J. Fortson was hon- marriage of the granddaughterand the home of the groom where
$ e added ored the niece, Verlle Cuulngham residence is estab-
The contribution plan, term- recently by Dairy permanent
ed the Alpha Kappa Alpha- Before the delegates voted on Council 0 f South Florida as to Herman Driskell. lished. The bride is a senior at
NA1ACP Freedom Project, calls the ambitious donation plan, one of the Youth's You'd liketo The couple was united In Morris Brown College and will

for each chapter to purchase or Mr. DeLisser presented to Mrs. know. Holy Matrimony July 5, 1964 resume studies in the fall. The

secure at least three NAACP Julia leus, B.two Purnell plaques, Supreme representing Basl- promising Charles Is baritone.eleven years He old has, a by the Rev. W. K. Smith, pas- groom, a tailor by occupation,

Life Membeships by the time NAACP Life Membershipswhich several recordings to his credit tor of Greater New Bethel Bap is serving in the army.
the next Boule convenes in Los has local}
appeared on
were purchased In mem- many -
Angeles two years hence. programs both civic and relig

Morris DeLisser, NAACP life ory founder of Mrs.and Miss Ethel Nellie Lyle,Quan-AKA ious macia, and and has San appeared Juan. in Ja- What About Wigs?

membership secretary, drew up der, first supreme baslleus. Charles is a student at the

Miami Conservatory of Music,
an honor student for three Why not consult yourbeautician?
Home FromVacation Says Negroes years, perfect attendance for
three years, voted the most all
Have ChoiceMiami around boy and active in Sun Your beautician can give you the true

day School at Greater Bethel
Mr. and Mrs. Junious Fort- Housing Authority DIrector A.M.E. Church. story. After all who should know
son and son, Charles, returned Haley Sofge, said this Charles has trophiesand
ecently: fom a vacation in, San week that Miami has segregated awards to his many credit.
Juan, Puerto Rico. houses "by choice of the better than your beautician?
tenants, not by regulation."
They were guests at the beautiful In its recent convention in
Condado Beach Hotel Louisville, the National Urban Campaign Issues
which offered that Spanish League gave :the impressionthat
graciousness in its services. segregation is a fixed policy -

The island was found to be There In public are housing nine public here.hous- On Open MikeOpen Lincoln Fields Apartments
enchanting, and the experienceswere I
ing projects here. Six of them
Mike with host lIen-
tours exciting.were Many enjoyed.sightseeing Visits- three are occupied by Negroes.As by. whites and drlk J. Berns, will discuss The 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
Presidential
Campaign issues,
were made throughout Old San
Juan and News San Juan, to vacancies occur, however,I next Sunday evening from (7( .
eligible applicants are given a too p.m. Special guests will be
beaches the Rain Forest
the
harbors, (where Columbus landed choice of where they will live. Ralph Milone Jr. and AuUrey Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartm.nU
Negroes are informed of their .
In 1493, saw the ancient rights but only In recent Kendall.As Offering Many Features
walls, El Morro Fortress, Old months have they chosen to usual, the program will FREE GAS
est Church still in use since jive In white-occupied projects.Mr. came live from the Hampton
1523 and towns. Sofge said. House.CHESTNUTT'S Tile Bathroom Refrigerator e Gas Store

Many of the :things seen at Newly Painted Venetian Blinds
these places take you back to
the days when the Caribbean CLEANERS Washing Machine Laundry Rooms

swarmed battles with pirates and many Announcing the opening of the new, all modern Free Parking Auto hot water reater
were fought.
Free Garbage Disposal Filtered waterCARETAKERS
dry cleaning, pressing and'' alterations establishment
Along with these tours at the
Condada same the Robert Simp- Located at ON PREMISES
son's famed Hits of Broadway" 5821 NW 17th Avenue
featuring scenes from the J
eight best musical shows and a Owned and operated by
cast of Broadway stars. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Chestnutt and Rosalyn Weekly Rats

Charles was thrilled when he Experienced Cleaners formerly 14.50 1-bedroom: $18.50 2-bedroom Apt.
was asked to come on stage Located in Pahokee, Fla.
and' meet the group by the orchestra 512 Renting Of/ice op.n erery day Phone OX 1-8462
leader, Pierre Torres.
Here he was invited :to sing. .,,-- .

Truly this vacation climaxeda I

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Gleam of Hope LodgeNo.
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Heights held its regular air conditioned lounge, right shopping area. Large

meeting Thursday at night the, 'Temple Aug. 6, with Hall I lobby, Lweek FREE RENT. drink

C. C. W. L. Belle presiding. Owners t Samuel Sweeting and Robert Selvon gin. .

After the discussion of busi- -
ness, the vice C. C., with the d how
Master of Works and other officers many

new members., gave instruction to the Theresa Florist
drink Gordon's ?
The Gleam of Hope has on a
membeshlp drive. Interested
"Since 1040
persons may contact Bro. Rob-
ert Glover or other officers. ARTISTIC ARRANGEMENTS of them. And it's been that way
The lodge would appreciatethe Most years. To be blunt about it,
help of (the community in '
its campaign for funds for its FOR ALL OCCASIONSNOW Gordon's is England's biggest selling. ginas

permanent home.C. it is America's and the

C. Walter L. Belle was installed MILKS AWAY FROM HIGH 1'RICES world's. Wh y1.Probably t.

as grand deputy of the SPECIALIZING IN- because we have always ',.
South Florida District. The fol-
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lowing are officers: Past C. C. Weddings Artificial Shipping refused to tamper a '
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Robert Glover; presiding C. C., Sprays 11 good thing.Gordon's still \
Walter L. Belle; recorder of Hospital Bouquets Price. harks back to AlexanderGordon' I
Special Group
records and seals, Bro. Murray I' Anniversaries
James; master of finance, Bro. For original
Murray James: master of ex- Banquets Organizations, Schools formula conceived In i 8

checquer, Bro. Melvin Farring- Funeral Designs And Churches London t 195 years ago-
ton; inner guard, Bro. C. Clay; '
outer guard, Bro. Richard Can- COMPARE OUR VALUES LOWEST PRICES so its distinctive dryness DIS tE0N
trell; master at works, Bro. Rob- and delicate flavour LONDON DR1r '
HOW WE DO IT??
et Glover; prelate, Bro. Lonnie remain unchanged and GIN
Sessions. W own our bnlldlmr. There f.I no rent due
? unchallenged to this day. ": 't
The laying of the cornerstone We FM This S.ylllp on to Ton
of the new Knight of Ask for Gordon's by name. .,
Pythias building was Sun- PROMPT DELIVERY FLOWERS BY WIRE
day, August 23, at 3 p.m. All
634-1087; l
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Sir R. A. Hester, Supreme DESIGNERS -
Chancellor was our guest for NOBtfcr or v.s.A.oitmio IONOO NT w 100*KUTIU irarrsoiniuu
the occasion. Homer Ifawkln. <*. Herbert TnrnerBin. MOM CMJM.M ftoor.ewoors NT en coy ITD.LINDEN s.t.
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-.., -' .. -. .. ... .. .-. -. .. .' .' w.o, MRS. GENEVA HILL, 7000 r
ALBERT NW 8th Ave., died Aug. 23. She '
I is survived by her husband, \
CARDS -MEMORIALS DEATHSIN MRS. MARIAM: BELLAMY, Aaron, two sons, Eugene and
1935 NW 4th, Ave., died August Albert. Services Saturday at 4
22. Her husband, Lether, mother pjn. at St. Paul AME Church,
and others survive. Services 421 NW 19th St.
MEMORIAMIn BARGE MISS SHARLOTTE CURRY, of utrday 4 p.m. at New Provi-
I 1633 N. W. 1st Court, died on dence Baptist Church. WILLIE BROOKS, 2248 NW
loving memory of o u r August 21st, the victim of an accidental 61st Terr., died after a long ill- I
young son, brother. grandsonand MRS. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS, of ness. Services will be held Sat- I
drowning. Miss Curry, a
14J90 N W.58th Terrace died at 1 at Mt. Cannel I
nephew, upon resident of Miami, had urday p.m.
long.time FRANOIS
arrival at the Dade Medical Center, resided here since leaving her native Baptist Church Rev. D. A.
on August 20th. Mrs. Williams, a Harbour Island, in .the Bahamas Bradley, pastor. A native of Atlanta
native of Monticello, Fla., had resided in 1914. Her survivors include MRS. MAUD EUGENIA MOSS, he is survived by his
in the Miami area since 1933. : her brother, Thomas, of a pioneer Miamian of 1317 N. W. widow, Annie Mae; two sons,
She is survived by her husband, Nassau; one nephew, William Curry 5th Court, died August 21st at her Willie Jr. and Alfred; a daughter -
rd.t Mr. Thomas Williams; one daughter ; two nieces, Mrs. .Laura Able home. Funeral services were held Mrs. Clara Smith and six
Margie Williams; her mother, and Mrs. Romania Wilson, and oth. Wednesday, August 26th, at 3:00: grandchildren.TOM .
Mrs, Lilla Peacock; five grandchildren er relatives including Mr. Albert P. M. at the St. Agnes Episcopal
r two brothers, one sister, Carey and family, Mr. David Cole. Church with Fr. Lambert Sands, WILBERP of 112 Florida -
and many other relatives. Services brook and family, Mrs. Florence priest officiating. Survivors in. Ave., died Aug. 24. His sur-
,wills/ l e held on Saturday, at 2:00: Curry and Mr. Thomas Curry, Jr. clude a foster son, Mr. Norris Moss, vivors include his wife, Georgian -
P. M'/at the Shiloh Baptist Church Services will be held on Saturday, grand-daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Jones a sister, a brother and two
withr the Rev. Griffin officiating. at 1:00: P.M., at the St Mary's Harrell; brother, Mr. William (nephews
I Church, with Reverend Stuart of Rolle; great.granddaughter, Myrtle
ficiating.MR. Maude Harrell and other close relatives
and numerous friends. MRS. INEZ MINNIS, 1763
IN MEMORIAM NW 8th} Terr,,died Aug. 19.,Survivors -
SIMIEON BETHEL, of 1470 '
are husband Frank 4
k If N. W. 55th Street died at Jackson RICHARD MOBLEY JR., youngson ,
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'I1. dear daughters Mrs. Iona Wilson
loving memory of our Memorial Hospital August 21st, of Mr. and Mrs. Richard MobJ'I >'' ,
mother following a period of on illness. Mr. I ley, Sr., died August 21st, at Jack: r loran, Louise and Myrtle; two
sons < Frank Jr. and. Cecil 22
Bethel, a more-than-50-year( resident son Memorial Hospital. Graveside ,
services held .. grandchildren and five great-
of Miami, was a well.known were Thursday, August
member of the community and will 27th, at 5:00: P. M. at Evergreen'' grandchildren. Services Saturday -
be long remembered by the pioneer Memorial Cemetery. ',at .2, p.m. 'in the chapeL
a r"' s I II4J citizens of this area. Mr.
'Bethel is survived by three sons, THOMAS LEWIS of 1928 N. W. EDGAR MATHIS, '1147 NW
James,' Cleveland' and Bertram; 58th Terrace, died August 26th, at 6th Ave., died Aug. 20. Remains
four, daughters, Mrs. Geraldine Jackson Memorial Hospital. Fu. were sent to Tifton, Ga. for
EDDIE KENSLEY SMITH Wright. Mrs. Isadora Bethel, Mrs. neral arrangements at this time are final rites.' He Is survived by
who was taken way August 26, Monica' Adderley and Mrs. Man incomplete. Survivors include his I'his wife, Laura; two children,
,.1063. gueritte'Clarke; 17 grandchildren; I wife, Mrs. Mae Lewis; one daugh;; mother and father, four sisters
f "The Lord giveth and the seven great-grandchildren and one ter, Levenia Lewis; two sons: and four brothers.
'.Lord' taketh away." great-great-grandchild. Mr. Bethel I Thomas Lewis, Jr. and Richard
w Mr. and Mrs. Elton Smith, will lie in repose at his residence Davis and a host of other relativesand THERESA JOHNSON, daughter.
parents after 7:00: P.M. on Friday evening friends. of Mr. and Mrs. Willis R.
r ,Kevin Smith, brother until, funeral time. on Saturday., !S Johnson,:Jof 1629 NW 1st' place
Services will be held on Saturday, was a drowning victim Aug. 22.
at 3:00: P.M.. at"the Mt.. Olivette ust 26th, to Tampa for final rites. Final rites In Americus, Ga.
IN MEMORIAMIn I Baptist Church, with Rev. I. C. -

loving memory of our dear Mickens officiating MR. ODELL WILSON, of 5344 WILLIE WILSON, died Aug.
one. May God's eternal light 4? N. W. 30th Court, died on August 20. He is survived by a daughter -
shine upon her. Y'Fi 1 Nrv + MR. ARTHUR MARSHAL of 25th, upon arrival at the Christian two brothers, four sisters.
,1704'N. W. 69th ; on Memorial Hospital. Mr. Wilson Arrangements are Incomplete.

p i .. August 22nd Home, at the Parayilla Convalescent has lived In the Miami area for 13 .... ..... ..... .... -- ....--,.,....
following a periodof years. His survivors include:' his
illness. Mr. Marshall, a nativeof wife, Dorothy; one son; his father, HOUSE
Key West, Florida, had resided Mr. Odell Wilson, Sr.; one brother, OF SALE
MARY BELL in the Miami area for more than Larry; two sisters, Rita and Helen
who departed this life August 50 years. His survivors include: Wilson, and his grand-parents, who BRAND NEW: Each aide
21, '19C3, two daughters, Mrs. Yvonne Marshall reside in Tampa and Tallahassee. has2-bedrooms, extra largge
Gone, but not forgotten. May Dillard and Edna Marshall.MR. Arrangements are incomplete at bath with vanity. Living
she rest in peace this time.
Frank Bell, son JOHNNIE RENFROE a room, dining room, kitchen,
And family resident of Tampa Florida, diedon INFANT SON of George and utility room, tile porch and
August 22nd. far. Renfroe had Wanda Hoskins died at Jackson window. Open 1.5
a. been in the Miami area for less Memorial Hospital on August 21st. Saturday and p.m.
than a week prior to his passing. Graveside services held Sunday. 1631-
were on
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'ELDER WILLIE. GAMBLE Dade aDd Broward Counties'
who passed August 26, 1960.
Your choir sang its last anthem -
ri and you said your last HOW. L. L. BROOKB Negro Housing areas.Preeideat .

i prayer.When ?i
l'r. you preached your last ,.
r. sermon, GEORGE r.
[ Nqw the sound has died out on MAINTAININd'
6 VL the air; MANAGING AND MORE THAN
Your' bible lies closed on the .*
pulpitYour 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

chair is all empty of men; Bonded also has employment service at main office
Some. day we will face ,our own
, record, 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
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q Lw ,M Good night' I will see you in ran time public relation* Dept. to ..... yoa fta aolrlag yeter '"......

? the morning. Phi a fleet of can trim door ta door errtea fer tenaata eeeiTealeaea

I Gussle Lucille Gamble and Queen, wife, Oa nights and Sunday for amerfancy sanrfea call PL IM733 '

foster daughters MAIN OFFICE

Master Sgt. Archie 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue ,1
R' MAUD MOSS Williams, foster son S"'jlR"PL., ,S-8733! '

. who died August 21. and was VaaaaltoM doss by a few to axpaaaiTe ta aH. .....* help ae atop talenaneceaeary

r burled August 26, wish to thank IN MEMORIAM TIt -. C. A. Loekhart, Public Relatloae. 'Directorlias -
a to thank the friends and
many
1 relatives for the various acts of ..W, fed A...... FB S441Se 1TSSS B...iMal Avis

kindness shown during their In loving memory of 1175 N.W. tSafl BL OX ..., Perrtaa ....... Cm. will.
L JOHNNY SIMMONSwho -
hour Surviving of bereavement relatives are: departed this life August GNat Are, .-..,__ 1Q1N1. 101. wassrroia, _... ;AL
i' Mrs. Myrtle Jones Harrell, 23, 1959.and laid to rest August '.... Wit I..-.
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grandaughter 29, 1959 will never be forgotten, .... ..W. ... Aft. : .

Myrtle Maud Harrell, Sleep( ion take' MN !, fa 1M. ..,:,....., MdNI 0,.-...... .-..,.,...,.,.....,.,_. JI1J' $5j YI "
great granddaughter Johnny and ... .
William Rolle, brother your rest, we all love you, but'. .. n.It.. >t .i-v: .11 aoNY NI>LOCATIONS TO 5V! YOU -
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Norris Moss, foster son God loves you best. ,, elH. W. 'W. Wm da ....... JsTs> 1VW
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Sigmas Having ,\ r THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

I August WorkshopFriends SATURDAY: AUGUST-29: 1964 PAGE 9

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FOR RENT of Sigma, the Phllqs '.....
and Sorors of
Gamma Rho Sorority
LAnGE CLEAN room In very Philadelphia Club got off to a grand start
''I nice neighborhood, Ph. PL with a workshop for both HOMEOWNERS
7-1007. Aug 29 Vacations Here And groups! at the home of the 'CONSOUDATI YOU lllllt!
new baslleus, Soro Eunice Liberty '
2-BEDROOM house, $12.50w In NassauThe J711 .NW 62nd Terr. d! AVAILAELI FROM
ek. 1-bedroom house $IQ vneeklbedroom LINCOLNMF INVESTMENTS INC.
apt. $12 week, 2- Blue 1 Eagle Club of Philadelphia The ,purpose of the workshopwas \ ,
Uedroont house, $20 \V ek. Callat spent a glorious 10 daysIn to plan and adopt a program PHONE 6814133EDISON
2260 NW 62 St. Hear Saturday Miami and Nassau, Bahamas. for the year.
Owner on premises. Call
James' Lewis
,
representativefor
088-4823. Aug 22-29 The Youth Project wlli be r
Atlantic Coast Lines in ,
In
"Helping to Curb Drop-outs a
1-BEDROOM in NW section.;I Philadelphia, arranged the tour. Dade County High Schools."
Lights: gas, hot and cold water, The Hampton House was the : :SPECIALS
large clothes closet. $10 per "home of the tourists while A comprehensive report was ,
week, PL 1-8905 Settled, man in Miami. A 3-hour tour of MIami made by the Youth Projects
preferred. covering 50 miles was taken Committee concerning a confer- Open Sunday after 3 p.m.
;M2nroDllOori
ence with Dr. Joe Hall Supt of
on August 16. Included on ,
itO SE, living this trip were the Parrot schools. 73 NW 45th StreetCBS

room and dining room,'monthly Jungle, feeding time at* the Last year, we began workingwith holme, tile ..oof.Fln.. room, carport, extra large
6-3466$GO. 3140 NW Gist- Sir Call. .. NE I Seaquarium Park and, Everglades other National girls on the Oth grade utility room, oil \jheat city' sewere. $300 down, FHA.
many sights level. An attempt shall be made $75 month.
were taken in or Just plain loaf-
this to extend the cultural '
FURNISHED weekly'' rooms, ing around the Hampton pool. social year and civic aspects oCteC11agers' 230 NW 40th StreetCBS
,
$8.50 single, $10 double Mae's The group left Miami for lives. tile roof dining fenced! yard city
Guest House, 2170 WashingtonAve. the Isles of Pink Pearls on the room, sewer,
., Opa-locka. S 'S12 s.s. Florida. August 21 to bask Dr. Hall was impressed .\ylth $250 down, FHA., $68.95 month.
in the friendly warmth of tho the project and promised to 564 'NW 45h StreetCBS
2 FURNISHED 1-bedroom British natives. returned give whatever help possible, .
opts. $16 and $19 weekly, lights, August 24 to board They the East home, tile roof, Flau room, carport, lovely street,
gas, water Included, 2221 NW Coast Champion for a daylight The two groups divided- into city sewer, $300 down, $75 month, no closing costs.
67th St. apt. 6. ride through Florida on the working committees jor, 'buzz .
way -+-
sessions. Assignments and responsibilities
YOUNG SINGLE teacher would home. were made for,the Drive by the following, then see Edison
like !Ho share house with a quiet Among those who enjoyed the August-September voter',regis- 565 NW 44th StreetCBS
>man i or lady who is also teacher. hospitality of Miamians and tration drive. Philos Marie
Low rents,' NB5$2&J or' "cousins" to the east were Urlce'18 chairman. in charge. ,tile roof, Flaw !porch, garage, city sewers, $300
313044. Mrs. Mary Marcus president-of '' month
down. FHA $75 $12,000 total.
addresses ..
the Precincts
group; Mrs. Laura McMa- 'and areas "'
ROOM: Private home. Phone : hon, secetary, Mesdames Anna follows 520 NW 45th Street

635-8959. P. Crosby mother of comedian James' E. cot Community 3-bedroom, CBS, tile roof, Fla. room, garage. $350
Sarah
Bll Crosby Bell Ber-
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I I Center ,7200,NW 22nd,Ave. down.
NICE, clean, furnished apt. in tha Kaalund, Florence Shackle- '" .
a nice quiet place. FIt 1-8797 ford, Alice Shockley, Willie M. Neals'Super Market, 482$ JNW 335 NW 43rd Street
or NE 4-1886. Ask for Kelly, Roberson Thelma Bacon, Ver- 27th Ave.'; : "
3-bedroom 2 baths down. FHA I
$300
niece M. Greene, Dorothy No. 75, 1825 NW BCth St. garage. $12
LOVELY HOUSE for small Wright, Lillian Herring, Isabelle Uo. 76, 1136 NW 55th St. 000 total., '
family, $20 week, convenient to Hite, Ethel B. Smith, Hattie No. 74, Liberty Square, 6304 1880 NW 50th StreetCBS
bus, ,and stores. Will apply to Holloman Delores West- NW 14th Ave.
rent to purchase if desired. NE berry, Ella Peterkins, Annie duplex, 2-bedrooms, ,tile roof, terrazzo floors,
5-55GG. Stackhouse, Cleo Terrell Ca- .INCH IN $450 down, FHA. Only $15,000 total price.

LARGE BEDROOM in private mella Miss Julia Jordan L., Ida Bleckwell.Mrs. Jackson. and For Quality Building We are open all day Saturday and Sunday \

home near bus and jitney. Ma- Mary Marcus was the
nor Park area. Working coupleor sponsor of this trip.D. PL 1-3604 EDISON REALTORS
lady preferred. Privileges, W. "Prof Wilson acted as
634-4310. "Wubllc relations man" for our
CLEAN community in extending wel- anu 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441
room with all come to the group. He is on
modern conveniences. In quiet employee of (the railroad which
place. Call OX 1-4864. brought the club to Miami.


FOR SALEWE Lebanon Stu'dents Ford Realty, Inc.

HAVE LARGEST selectionof LOT OWNERS! BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS, IN ALL PARTSOF
FMC{
2 and 3 bedroom homes in I Accepted By .
Greater Miami from $100 down W<* ,!*., ...4. and advise DADE i
ana $65 month. News Realty, St., Augustine, Two Leba- -.-
Inc. Broker PL 4-0655. nese high school grads h a v e r... plans or our
had their applications for en- o Gustos Built Hones 1-816 NW 46th Street.,I A huge 4-bedroom, 2-bath
2-BEDROOM HOME. 1951 NW rollmerit a t Florida Memorial home.' Terrific for rooming house. $500 down, $25
,,ti 77th St. OX 6-2028. See Wednesday Colleore here accepted, reportsDr. Attractive Additions week. MOVE RIGHT IN.
Thamas C. Parks a
and Sunday afternoon. : Registrar.
They are Nazem Skaf ,and Q.aNty Alterations -.---
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BARBER 2 7021 NW 6th Court. Ideal 2-bedroom, 2-bath
SHOP: 2 chairs, Rood Ramzy Halaby tftoth age 19 and
location for colored shop. Rea graduate of the National Pro- ,G.*d bank financing CBS. Perfect location. $500 down,' $80 a month. NO'

sonable. 982 NW 79th St. testant Lebanon.High School in Beirut, V AaaQ( QUALIFYING. ---. --y

PAINTER WANTED: To painta Skaf, son of a Beirut police IDOOV @ 3-6998 NW 20th Ave Like new, 2% year young.Corner .
house
for down
is the
your pay- officer of Anglican
ment. Perfect deal. Ford Real Church of England) fa>fth, and lot, 3-bedtrooms, ,kitchen mother's delight.
ty ,Ino, 3639' NW 15th Ave. Halaby whose mother !- a its N.E. TWi Sweet Large dining room. $500 down, NO QUALIFYING.
C35-4505. school teacher, is a Baotlst. u.. a.d I......*
Florida Memorial College is a 4-325 NW 46th Street/OPEN HOUSE, SUNDAYt

Baptist-related Institution, but Gorgeous cu.tomlt1ullt, 2 bedroom home. Bank'
HELP WANTED makes no requirement as .to
FOR THE WELL QUALIFIED
the religious affiliation of Students financed. ONLY ,
LANDSCAPING Parks FOR QUALITY BUYER.
Dr.
or faculty,
SPRAYING for termites, fleas, points out.Earlier HOME BUILDING _.-,
roaches, chinch bugs and trees. this year year the CALL 5-635 NW 49th Street 1126 NW Slit, Terrace
Yard, soil painting of house charter of the college, as issued Florida
.roof. Luten Taylor. PL 4-6743. Brand new 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, large
indf by the state of Florida, was room. For the well qualified buyer. A ..te.l.COULDS. .
I amended torperrolt( the enroll- .-.-
HARDER with 2 yew q\ege! c 1entlJt| f noo-Nepro) : students. xmWfmsl 6- REAL COUNTRY LIVING. Beautiful

FIt to train 7-3843.as barter teacher. Call ......__ ... A. ..., t -a jra 3 and 4 bedroom homes $100 down, $60 month.

FOR SALE 10 APTS. To see is to believe.. ... >
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COOK FEMALE Two 2-bedroom. one 1-bed DUPLEXES, RENT FREE. $1,000 down gives youa
3-Day Week room. air condition, furnished home and income., We have dozens in ideal area
Short Hours Good Pay CBS, sprinkler system, WYNNEHOME
Year round position in comp NeaV schools, shopping, etc.
hardwood floors
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any's" cate.t rIa. Most be experienced laundry '--.-
and furnish, good reference next to Grand Union store,
*. close to downtown, restricted BUILDERSJE RENTALSi
Apply location. Sale by owner. 1855 NW 43rd Streets 1 bedroom house $20 week

Florida* .State Service.Employment* $30,000 down. This property 4318 NW 16th Ayes 2-bedroom house $20 week

y.. 48 SW '1st Street sale less than cost. FR 1-6902 1228 NW 42nd Streets 1-bedroom house $18 week

.... ....,r.I-.1 97633. Custom Built Homes on 1301 NW 60th Streets.s 2-bedroom house $18 week
\,.JUANITA'S KINDERGARTEN', your lot or ours 2105 NW 47th Streets 3-bedroom house $W week

Registration is now open for Many choice homesitee WE HAVE LOADS OF OTHERS 2-3-4 Bedrooms
fall session. Plclr up and deliv- (By Owner available JlOW'Let Tremendous BUYS!!
ery. Hot lunch reasonable us help you plan
rates. For further information L arflre 'HoUse home and)
call HI 3-4759 or PL 1-5256. your new; We are open every day including Saturday
ON 3 LOTS '
LOW COST BANK ,Sunday 9 to 6s30 p.m.
INFANT CARE. From one to $12,000 $500 cash; *BS FINANCINGLicensed t
seven months. In private home. month. Must qualify With and Insured
PL 7-4767. 925 NW 52nd St. owner. Will separate lots f 01 : Ford Realty Inc.

builders. Open weekends FOR SALE! Z BARGAINS! ,, ,

NOW!f ;is the Time to Sell only by appointment. 4821 NW 16A AYe. 3639 NW 15th Avenue f 6354595CLASSIFIED

NW 49th St.
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willfully interfered with the lawful about another funeral director's
Bodies For Sale custody of 'body that has been I character or services in order to -- -
placed with another funeral home persuade or attempt to persuadea CLYDE KILLENS' NEW
for funeral services or embalming. family to use his services.
., Their licenses can also be revoked More about what you can do to
Many residents of our community Some funeral directors use "good where it is shown that a funeral protect your family from such vul-
knowingly and unknowingly friends" of the family during the I director or embalmer told lies tures-like practices next week. Island Club
engage in the selling of the dead last illness (if such a "good
bodies of their loved ones to certain friend of the family is already in mm .
unscrupulous funeral directors the employ' or a regular runner, I
"commission"to then much the better 1000 N W. 2nd AVENUE
who pay cash and so ) or a
who can "get the bod minister to become "extra friend- JET TV CLINIC
WELCOMES YOU
ies'1 persons for ly" with the family for the purposeof
Funeral directors break the law being able 'to influence the TO ANOTHER
and their licenses can be revoked family in the choice of the funeral
when they pay money directly or director for whom they are secretly HOME SERVICE CALLS 81.00Day EXCITING WEEKENDAUG.
other thingof working in the event that death
indirectly or give any
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value to persons who get bodies occurs. For this, such human vul or NightWe
for them or when the employ so- tures receive an agreed upon priceor
called agents, public relations peo a percentage of the funeral Service All Make ofHIFI's
with price that the funeral director is
attendants and people
ETTflJAMES
pIe other titles who actually serve as"runners" able to receive for his services and ,STEREOS
to solicit bodies for a from the bereaved, unsuspecting
cash price or a commission on the family. W. Also Rent
funeral director is able to obtain Some ministers have interferedwith
through their vulture-like services. the choices of families for TV's by the week or month
Some funeral directors know funeral services to the extent that
[about deaths before the familiesare at least one minister persuaded a
informed. Many time funeral family to move a body from one 907 ,N.W. 2nd AVENUEPhone
directors have arrived at a home, funeral home to another after the
:informed the shocked family of remains had been delivered to another
I the' death of some loved one and funeral home that was-not FR 4-2044
at the same time, made a so-called of the minister's choosing.

'"bargain" proposition for ___ __ ___ 1 ____ __ _
involve Some funeral directors cause
services
and the funeral families to become divided. Often

Who would have to cooperate after a funeral arrangements has r
with such directors in raedeath been made by a majority of & New Homes at Right Price 4
them to receive news of family another funeral home will "
from a hospital before the families contact that person that appearsto Open 3 to 5 p.m.
be the strong dominant
have been informed? person-
ality in the family and enlist his! FOR ,SALE LOTS $2,200
Death by drowning, shootings, or her aid in persuading the oth--
knifing automobile accidents and ers in the family to change funeral 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths, garage, Fla. room

other deaths by: violent ordinarily and acct homes. 1921 NW 50th Street 1944 NW 49th Street '' .
dental means that are
Investigated by the police seem ttgo. Often the second funeral direc- 1835 NW 41st Street -''651 NW 47th Street
.in usually large percentages tf tor will lie to his contact in the ,
certain funeral directors who seem family about the services and even BARON BUILDS, BUYS LAND OR HOMES 4A /4MsY a J
to be able to be on the tragic sceneor the character of the funeral direc, $
to contact the family of the deceased tor already chosen. While making Need Money? Call JE 8-1340
shortly after or even an offer of a lower "bargain"
very
the price. They have been known to,
death from any iotherasource. tell families that they will providethe
funeral service without a prof..
Who would have to cooperatewith it. Employees of the second fu.
such directors in order for neral director have been known to '
them to receive such advance offer to "donate their commission"that I Sir John Hotel '1 'tm Loving,You More Everyday
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knowledge of these kind of deaths they said they would have
Fifty dollars up to an outright made on the funeral to the family I
percentage' of the funeral price is for the supposedly generous pur. TEENAGE MATINEE3.6P.M.
standing offer made by some pose of giving the family a discount .
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local undertakers for "bringing in on the funeral if they will : KNIGHT BEAT:
a body.", change funeral homes. ADULT MATINEE

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