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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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42nd YEAR, No. 1 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
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5 More Florida CountiesGet Public Accommodations I




Quiet Integration Law Passes _First' TestMetro I


Commissioners pa, by t -Pade County CommuivJons -
a proposed publlo acc :Re \ Board
Five Florida counties quietly grade-a-year Integration plan ,
) their lions ordinance ,Mon I
," Integrated public version
?r one cases refer -
I schools Tuesday without incident In Hlllsborougih County more first reading, with .. o. led action would be-
It t than 300 Negroes attended 10 unsettled suggestUK/n>ending pro. i In Metro Court bY'ttorney.
i Integrated schools which were until a public hef&\g.&u.\ the the
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In Alachua County 11 Ne- desegregated only two years measure Sept. 2 p
groes entered an elementary ago. Pen s would be $100 fine
1 school, Junior high and high Under the ordmanle, refusing for fl Offenders. $150 fines:;
nnd desegregation vas "vel' y Negroes attended four Integrated service to anyoi smooth," a school official reported schools in St. J o h n s race, creed, coloVrbV national &entrjfi yfor repeat offenders
xa.e The University of County, scene of racial conflicts origin i Is dlscrlnflatlXo at a her version Is a civil'r '
Florida's P. }(. Yonge Labora- earlier this summer. Twentyone public accommodat Itv. violations. The
tory School was Integrated Negroes registered in integrated Only the smallest ,\ 'bi s !
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co would into
i torney
go
Monday. t schools, but only 14were ments would be x mpt ,
cU Court seeking n n in-
present on opening day. with five I rooms re t e
that would
t on force comt-
Thirteen Negroes attended .
owner lives on the premises
Integrated schools last year In Broward County, which de- pllance.
Duval County, but a total of desegregated its schools three The commission is consider- If the operator of the estab-
62 entered the first and sec- years ago, has Negroes attending ing verslous of the measure, lishment still refused, he could!
ond grades this year under the an estimated 20 integrated in. both of which complaints be held In contempt of court
approved by a federal judge. schools. '\ would be investigated privately and sentenced by the judge.




f ..t.tj' Auto Jumps Curb, Kills I "

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Miss Gencitturf Welch, daughter Woman On Bus BenchA j
of Mm. lilancho Welch and t
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs!
J. II. Ilarkley who recently traffic accident last Thursday Mrs. McKnight died f o u i'
graduated from Kpehnun College charged to Hurricane Cleo hours later of internal injuries
has left for Atlanta, (:a., caused the death of Mrs Ruby and multiple fractures. Mrs. ..p1S
where she will bo teaching njrt I McKnight, 29, of 3059 Carter St. Smith, who was bruised In the
at Price High &11001. who was waiting for a bus at accident, was charged with 1S: ,
Douglas Road and U. S. 1 when careless driving.Bethune $
she was struck by a car driven -
by Mrs. Corine Smith. 13020
Boy Dies From Van Buren St., Richmond Grad in


Auto InjuriesBernard Heights.Miami policeman Robert Case Top Ten Young Men : ; .,',1 ,

said Mrs. Smith drove Into the I ; i'
Daniels 14, became unprotected Douglas Road at I Lonnie Blocker, a Negro em- Jt':4t ,
Dade County's 124th traffic fatality about !40 miles per hour duringthe ploye of NASA' John F. Kennedy '
when he died of head In-
noon''+traffic hour. Space Center at Cape
Memorial in Jackson Kennedy was named this week,
Hospital.One Mrs. Smith's, car first collided one of the "Outstanding Young ,;_ lnuww. + le 'A t 1' .: R 4i IYI M d 1 I
of 11 children of Mr. and with a car driven by Mrs. Men of America," by the U. S.
Mrs. Fred Daniels of 2101 NW Lorraine K. Mell, 0301 SW GOth Junior Chamber of Comerce.A MRS. MAYIIBLL PORTER AIIW. MARIE llfOVNMixed

73rd St., he was nit on May 7 SL, wfhose car was knocked
19C3 graduate of Bethune-
when he rode his bicycle In 'Into another car behind her. Cookman College, Daytona Staff at Social
front of car.
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The Smith car then veered Beach, Blocker gained recognition -
He suffered severe concus- out of control, crashed over a by the Jaycees for advancement -
sions and was in a coma after curl and into Mrs. McKnight, In the area of administration Security Office Here
surgery for weeks. When he who was sitting on a bench with NASA at the I
awoke, he couldn't move or (talk. waiting for a bus. Cape f
I Mirs. Maybell' Porter and Mrs. these hiring practices. He also
Marie Brown are living proof states that all Federal Agencies I
that the Miami Downtown Social -- with offflces i In the Greater \
Security Office practices Miami area havo continually'
what It preaches in Its employ- offered equal l employment opportunities -'
ment policies of giving "equal pnd will always
opportunity to all who are give equal consideration for
r y qualified regardless of race." job openings to all who are eligible -
This office Is also moving .

ahead In its community relations Mr.180\ emjhaslzes (that.,
service. many of the Jobs available do :

Marshall Wise, Manager of require special skills and only
the Downtown Social Security too frequently, would-b\ applicants J t
have failed to pass the;
Miami
Office at 230 N. Ave.;
proudly points out that Social required Federal" Civil Servlcoi

Security la In the forefront In Continued on page 10 : II
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,- Boy Convicted At 14 ";;, i''I ll



Freed After 28 Years 'J' .' '


Iw After 28 years in the Flor- State Attorney Clair Davis
ida tat e prison, n convicted told Circuit Court Judge B. J..
3t .' .t rapist who wan givcn'a Driver on Thursday that the'
,+ a life sentence at the age 'of 11, evidence which convicted the)
J!" ,. -. had his sentence nullified FrI- Negro had disappeared wit h- :t I
,0-: !... t day, and Is a free man. the years.
{ '. Frank Johnson, 43, now All of the witnesses were,*
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I r.t' ,.. L'\"" .t'\ greying at the temples, pleaded dead except two, and they:
.JiI.,; ,1; ._ couldn't remember the
incident
.. '"' guilty in 1963 of raping a 10- ,
'> ..' Davis said. The Judge dismissed ,
year-old girl.
r :j ..I .l the charges for lack of I
'P"'aIJi. -. pro-
: The celebrated Gideon decision 41
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1 >, ...;. ft, of the U. S. Supreme cord.necutlon, erasing Johnson's re'J'J\) J
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tj 0- I 4 Iii 1 Court granting convicted new without trial legal topersoni Johnson said he woud go ,

.:;.u.-'"" ;;. ... :\...- -- '- .. counsel gave Johnson the legal' to St. Petersburg and try to' '
find work .
to support his aging'
_Grand 'Daughter Rnlei, Net Association. The* Elk merit wife of the Elk leader; CharlesP. loophole that set him free. I mother and stepfather. : \

tle B. Smith, read the inscription award was made during a cere-I McCIatw, Elks public relations Johnson is said to have been I "I'll never try to excuse what ,
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honoring former President director; 31m. Hmlth; Hobson avid reader '
about to be I mony an of legal text I did except that I was 14 and
on the plaque John F. Kennedy at thou I II u. Reynolds grand exalted In Ralford Prison lie handled nobody told me anything about
presented Mlamlan John B. Kennedy Torch Of Friendship- ruler, and Orr. The 65th Grand his own appeal and won a new a lawyer. I can't blame theN'k' f'

Orr Jr., chairman of the boardof I Memorial.. 1 Lodge Convention was held in trial, scheduled to open Sept. wasted years on anyone b u i'
Roosevelt J&irfng1* and Ix>anJLA. From left, Evelyn Reynolds, Miami August 21-28. 10. me" he said. A I {.




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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 I Rights Worker's Car Shot Atdrive


NAACP Steps Up Drive For MADISON- Five shotgun a Gainesville student as a who volunteer has car was In Miadisoh parked outside county the The
Ueen working
blasts were fired on August 25 (
CORE'S voter registrationlong home of Rev, D, tt Jamison, 0
I into the car of Michael Geison, for I Negro minister who Is housing

I Gelson and ahother student-
Voters As Election NearsWith
Civil rights worker.
Red Gross is Relief Following ,the shooting, an
only two months re- among Negro citizens has been I: anonymous caller threatened:
unl'ts' of the National Association spurred by the nomination of i "That fire was a miss, the next

for the Advancement 0 f Senator Republican Barry candidate Goldwater for as President the- Agency for Cleo VictimsThe I fire town."won't be get out of

'Colored People have stepped up Senator Goldwater voter -
A few weeks Gelsoc
the Association's on-going driveto against the civil rights bill American Red Cross, range rehabilitation may found a fire bomb planted In
register the largest numberof when it was before the Senate. Dade County Chapter, has been be made there. his car. During July he w a s
Negro voters in the history Also his campaign has attracted -. officially recognized as the Nearly 9,000 storm refugeeswere arrested for "reckless driving"
the most blatant racists in
Wed-
sheltered
and
chief relief for the fed
oft he Miss Althea agency while working on voter regis-
country
the country, including the Klu metropolitan area following nesday night In 180 shelters'
Simmons, who heads the Klux Klan, the John Birch Hurricane Cleo's disastrous from :Miami to Vero Beach by tration. Following his first arrest -
NAACP nationwide' campaign, Society and others. strike at Miami. the Red Cross. he filed a false arrest
reported this week. Thfe NAACP is 'publishing Dade County Mayor Chuck General E A. Evans, presi- suit against the sly and coun-
'I new posters and literature for Hall has Issued a proclamation dent, United Fund of Dad e ty In which he soutfit $100,000
have been initiat Red
Campaigns out that
distribution calling all citizens to County pointed
by its local poli- cooperate damage.
ed in 46 states, most of them member of
I tical action committee. A leaflet with' the Red Cross during I Cross is a agency
under direct NAACP spovsor-1i cites the Indication of the the clean-up period. United Fund. Speaking for
ship A few are General Evan
pope- United Fund
rative sponsorship with, other kind of "justice" meted out The Red Cross has set up Your Silent Salesman A
emphasized the responnslWillty
under the states' .rights doctrine ,
headquarters at 5020 Biscayne
civil rights organizations. I n '
of Red Cross to meet the emer-
each instance efforts have been espoused' by the Gold- Blvd to handle requests from Classified AdiSTNCK I
and rehabilitation need
waterites. Cleo's victims. gency
made 'to involve churohes, labor Arrangementsfor
unions, civil organizations,I Throughout the country,,I food clothing housing and of disaster victims.
fraternal societies and other Ii thousands of NAACP membersand 1B4*
groups in cumimunltywide .cam- other"volunteers are devot-
paigns. ing time and energy to getting THE NEW NORFOLK HOTEL For Quality Building

Active voter registration" Negroes registered with a viewto EVERYBODY WELCOME
mobilizing the greatest' turnout
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drives are now under way'in .
380 communitlees in nonsouthern *bf Negro voters in election 45 NW 5th Street 379.8570
states, Mis Simmons said. day in the nation's history.
Additional NAACP units are LOWEST RATE IN TOWN axdtac

actively engaged in campaignsIn Why $15 $20 week bills. Leave
s u c h southern states as FOR QUALITY pay or per plus utility
Florida, North Carolina, Louisiana that to us. Clean comfortable rooms maid service
South Carolina and Ten- HOME BUILDING air conditioned lounge right in shopping area. Large
nessee. CALL -- lobby, 1-week FREE RENT.

Since last! winter some 150,000 Owners Samuel Sweeting and Robert Selvon
Negroes have been newly registered LOT OWNERS 1 1Wo
in nine southern statesas plan, rnlde and advise
: a result of NAACP activity,
according t 0 reports received four plans or our
here from John Brooks, Rich- CHESTNUTT'S CLEANERS
mond, Va., and W. C. Patton, Custom Built Homes
Memphis, Tenn., the Associat' Announcing the opening of the new, all modern .
Attractive Additions
ion's voter registration representatives dry cleaning '
pressing and' alterations establishment
in that region, who Quality Alterations
during the period organized and WYNNEHOME Located at

communities.conducted campaigns in 70 5821 NW 17th Avenue Qoed bank financing

Owned and operated by 4QaaQ V'mmv
The upswing in the numberof BUILDERSJE
registered Negroes has been Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Chestnutt and Rosalyn (!)((3
so Impressive as to presagean Experienced Cleaners formerly

important for ''the Negro balanceofpowerrole ; voter in the 1-6902 Located in Pahokee Fla. MS N.E. 7kh Street

South, an article \In The New Custom Built Homes on I(Sri r r 512 Llo *. 4 fa......
York Times by Claude Sitton your lot or ours
notes One fourth of the registered
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lina Negro. Based on
are now
a survey of political developments us help you plan For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call '1
in the region, Mr. Sitton your new home !
asserts: LOW COST BANK

"Theere are indications' that FINANCINGLicensed
the percentage 0 f registered and InsuredSee
will outstrip that of whites. BONDED
Drives to get these voters to '
the polls have already begun. one of our models at ra r0
736 NW 49th St.
In all sections of the'!: country,
reports received here indicates, $17,900 RENTAL
the voter registration campaign w


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by BLOSSOM GEORGK 1*. HART1I General Manner

MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

CLEANING 10,000 HOUSING UNITS

SEALING Bonded also has employment service at main office

PAINTING 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA

Blossom Roof Cleaning and Painting Company. full time public relation Dept. to assist you In solving yer problemsPlus
Deluxe supreme jobs contracted with Blossom this a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenanta coavsalrae

week means cleaning sealing and two coats of Oa nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

paint. Our paint has a 2.year complete guarantee MAIN OFFICE

against anything and a 5-year warranty. We use 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

only pure DuPont Vinyl on your roof. Vandalism done by. a few !. expensive to alL Plow help .. stop dill!
Why.take the chance to get some handy man on ;your unnecessary evil C. A. Lockbart Public Relatlona Director
roof. That risk sometimes costs you twice the price.If .
you call Blossom who has all the best and latest lltt: N.W. :3rd Air. M.-.._.. PR 3-8410 17325 HnnMtead Av*.

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BACK WAGES FOUND DUE IN MIAMI AREA


workers received the overtimerate for commerce workers as well Equal Pay Act are available
I TOTAL $695,315 I after 44 hours is a work- as employees newly covered by I without cost from the Wage- 'I
week. the 1961 amendments, and the Hour field office named above.
Dung the 1964 fiscal year ployeees voluntarily paid the Hen A. Huettser. WHPC regional -
the Miami office of the Wage back wages under supervision director, Atlanta said
and Hour and Public Contracts of the Labor Department and that ttock-pay figures' for the THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Divisions (WHPC), U. S. Department that court litigation Is pending four-state area In which ;he administers -
of Labor, has made in other cases. the Fair Labor Stan- SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 PAGE 3
Investigations' showing that The report shows that 3,019 dards Act reached $9,225,523
workers in this area have been employees, paid at hourly rates for the fiscal year.
paid $695,315 less than the lower than the applicable fed- He reported that 20,903 workers
wages required by the Fair eral minimums, were due is the FloridaGeorgiaNorth WANTED! Men, Women, all ages :
Labor Standards Act (FLSA). $310,816. Carolina-South Carolina LIFETIME SECURITY AND PROTECTION :
Clem J. Denlcke, supervisor Overtime pay totaling $384,490was regions were due $1,9X50,033 is Free I
of the Wage-Hour office at due 3,173 workers not minimum wages and 'that 34,870 placement, full or part time, steady
room 1527, Federal Office Bldg. paid at least one and one-half were under paid $1,205,490 for
51 SW First Ave., announcedthe their regular rates for hours In overtime hours.
annual figures today. They I excess of 40 in a workweek. Huettner also reported thai t Jobs
cover the year ending June 30, I Denicke said that workers engaged investigators assigned to the 11 Open
for south Dade and four coun- In commerce or In the Wage-Hour offices In the region .
ties In southwest Florida. production of goods for com- found 1,026 minors em-
Denlcke said that the back merce are due the penalty ployed In violation of the child- For all of retail
wages were found to be due overtime pay after 40 hours. labor provisions of the FLSAIn types stores
workers covered by the federal Effective Sept 3, 1964 workers non-agricultural Inv 'tigat- Grocery Checkers Cashiers Stockmen
law In 404 establishments newly covered by the 1961 ,
checked by his staff during the FLSA amendments must be ions.Publications explaining all Packers, Sales Clerks, SupervisorsGUARANTEED
July 1, 19G3-June 30, 1961 period paid the rate after 42 hours; phases of the FLSA, Including
He stated that many em- during the past year these minimum wage 'overtime pay

On the Job Government Approved Training

I I I Qualifies you in ten days ready for work in Miami!,
Elks Say Miami is Best Convention City Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandale

Goulds, Homestead, Hollywood, Opa-Iocka
All Elkdom top officials superb service. Waitresses were member of the City of Miami
and delegates, have hailed Miami friendly, doormen and bellhops Department of Publicity' and DAY & NIGHT CLASSES-EZ TIME PAYMENTS
as the "perfect" conven- went 'out 'of their way to accommodate Tourism.
tion city. the guests; depart- Apply immediately in person or phone
ment stores (many or the m Batchlar, a formE: news-
Miami city officials have with an Integrated work force) paper veteran, saw tc it that PLaza 7.8448
praised the conduct of their courteous and considerate. no stone was left unturned to
were -
visitors in glowing terms. assure that visiting celebrities Market
"Not one incident has occur- were given the "red carpet" Training Inst.
red during the convention to These things are what we ex- treatment.

one cause," W.embarrassment O. Perry, convention to any- pect But today.old-tlmens to the city limousines (air condItI GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED
lone
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chairman, reported Wednesday know that this significant ) were kept busy meeting Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Commerce "
morning session. change Just didn't 'happen.It I arriving guests at the Interna-

Not only was Miami an required growing up and'' the tional city"Airport.were extended The "keys to Mr.to NW 7th Ave. at 78th St.HI
"open city" in the finest sense schooling on both sides. And a Reynolds, Elk chieftain. I
of the word the spirit of "wel major share of the credit can
come" was highly evident day lightly go to Mr. Perry and Biscayne Boulevard was just
in and day out. his fine committee, plus the like a main thoroughfare in I l>on't be fooled In Miami you have

The downtown hotels In Miami sophisticated, diplomatic, understanding your own home town. ARNING only ONUS Cashiering School Ap
and the more distant hotels cooperation of Negro delegates went on proved by Covt. and Chamber of
eight-seeing tours the
on Miami Beach, gave Lawrence E. Batchlar, Negro beaches, visited places enjoyed of historical I\ Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Ave. and 78th Street
significance!;

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going to each store and paying in cash? Or by going out, buying a (

money'order, and mailing it? Here's a much handier way, called a



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It Works Like This:

1. Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit what, ,.
ever amount you want, and get a book of checks

iC ,r ti t I I (lust 10*,each-25 for $2.50)). V d' I


; 2. Whenever you want, to pay a bill, |lust write a ;' ., a ,
check for it, in your own home or wherever you "tr 4
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happen to be. No need to carry a lot of cash "f '
around, or to go out and buy a money order for .
each bill. II .\

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Rd 3. You don't have to keep any certain amount In the
bank just whatever you want, in order to cover ,
the checks you write. Each month you get a I'm Beule lUchlmrg. 1
statement of account together with
your your
Como in and ask for me.
cancelled checks, which serve as receipts. The
small charge for all this service is lust 50* per I'll be glad to hIp you
month. When you need more checks, simply pick
9 up another book like you did the first time. open your account. ,

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A bank checking account Is a useful reference-and evoryone can afford one
t! 'a ? +'
.k t.1 this easy, Inexpensive way. r+

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Y,A ; OF MIAMI

; ( First fully Integrated bank In the entire Southeast-

.. right here In the Edison Financial Center 1
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6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431

George Fasten, president of I national Beauty Pageant con. ....lI". Awns,,30 onl.2 ,...I6&Tss.....Wed.Closed TAwni order to ti
New Frontier Investment Co.,1 tent. Itunnerunp, Jamie Colt: b*opn frl 9i30 ow.2 put oftd"5 p*.a pm oho Sot.9 ohs.noon I +yf
present trophy to Melody Okra, fftands by. photo by Lament I
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4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 UNPOPULAR RULING Last Call


Henry Miller's novel, "Tropic of Cancer," and the
French film "Tha Lovers," have met the wrath of nine To
prominent clergymen who are disappointed. with the rul- Register

ing of the U. S. Supreme Court in approving "Tropic of ,
Cancer." Saturday will be the 1 ft s t
chance for City of Miami free-
H. K. 8IGI8MDND REEVES, :Editor and Publisher In this group /are Roman Catholics, Protestant and holders to re-register In their
GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor Jewish' clergymen They say this approval is virtually own neighborhoods for the
promulgating degeneracy as the standard way of American Sept. 29 bond election.
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Anoociatto life. After that, said, Registration.
Four the of the Supervisor Claude R. Browilt,
signers
BTTBflCKIPTION RATES archbishops were among the registration books will bfe
ONH YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FORmaN $.00 charge issued under the sponsorship of Operation' Ytork- brought into the main office,

Catered: JM Second Class }Matter, August 9, 1027 at the Port Offio' ville, an anti-pornography group, and the New York Room 147, 1361 MV 12th Sty
at Miami, Florida, under the not of March 8, 1876Downtora Board of TracLe. There, registration will con-
tinue until Sept. 14.
Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone' FR S-t2M "These (Supreme Court) decisions cannot be accepted Freeholders outside 'the city
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenne-Phone OX 1-&U1 quietly by they' American people if this nation is to sur- have until Oct. 3 to register for
vive," the statement said. "Giving free rein to the vile depiction the county hospital bond elec-
"CREDO OF TUB NEGRO PRESS"The
NEGRO PRESS believe that America can beet lead tb_ of violence, pervtersion, illcit sex, and, in conse- tion.Registration will also con-
world from racial and national antagonism when it accords to quence, to their performance, is an unerring sign of pro- tinue after Saturday at c i t y
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human and gressive decay and decline." halls In Hialeah, Miami Beach,
legal rights. Hating no man. fearing no man-the Negro Frees Coral Gables North Miami and
trivets to help every man in the firm belief that all men ar "In approving 'Topic of Cancer five judges disap- North Miami! Beach.
hrt as long as anyone is held hack. proved the rulings of the courts of several states, includ- Freeholders wishing to reregister -
ing Illinois, Florida and New York, which had found the nearest office can find Is by out telephoning where the
LABOR DAY OBSERVANCEThursday book to be vile and obscene," the statement charged' FR 7-7501.


September 3, the annual Labor Day Observance Two AirmenTo
sponsored by the Roman Diocese of Miami, MR. McNAYR LEAVESThe Homestead BaseSAN
Coleman F.. Carroll held at the Deauville
Bishop was Metro Commission on Tuesday, discharged: its
Hotel, Miami Beach, opening' with a Pontifical Low Mass. $35,000 a year manager, Irvin McNayr, after three yearsof Fla.ANTONIO men :are being- Two assign.ed Miami -.

The observance' of Labor Day was initiated, by Bishop service. The vote was unanimous. He will serve until to Homestead AFB for
Carroll four September 11. His appointment terminates on that date. training and duty as U. S. Air
years ago. fttk Force Air policemen.The .
Members of the national, state and local government I During Mr. McNiayr's administration there were men, both of whom have
attended the observance. times when he seemed to be out of office, but reconcil completed basic 'military train-

Seminars were held during the afternoon and a iation prevailed. Perhaps this time Mr. McNayr will real- ing. at Lackland.. AFB are:
ly bid farewell to Dade ---""- --.4W'---SS MIi
banquet during the evening. County. 5

Other observances will include picnics to beaches: Climaxing the discharge is the 'matter of re-assess J I'i

and other places, ment. On this question the commission and McNayr are'
certainly wide apart

Manager McNayr is a man of wide experience in i
HURRICANE CLEO government. In our opinion he has done a: pretty good
job with Metro, but a manager must have the support
Hurricane Cleo struck Haiti last Tuesday leaving 124 from his commission in order to conduct a successful pro-
dead, passed over Cuba and on the Florida coast. Heavy gram. This he has not been able to get.
winds up ,to 100 miles an hour accompanied by rain, did
considerable damage in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Palm Manager McNayr took his i discharge' in a kindly
Beach and other cities..* manner.
Assistant Manager Hoke Welch was appointed as
It was unfortunate that Cleo decided to visit us at a acting county manager, effective September 11, with a
time when we were busy entertaining one of our largest salary of $22,500 a year.
conventions of the year. There were some 10,000 Elks
enjoying themselves at the famous resort centerMiamiBeach Maybe it's a good idea to allow Manager Welch to Airman Chester Butler Jr.,
in fact in Miami as a whole. Naturally there was fill the office as chief of Metro for a period of one year. son of Mrs. Estelle W. Butler
some feeling of disappointment. Of 160 or more booked A local man might receive the support necessary' to make of 1455 NW Gist St. 5 5

for a visit to Nassau, probably half that number was un- Metro a success. .

able to go.However. S
ST. JOHN'S NEW HOMEThe {f?4jS
knowing Cleo was not the work of man,
the Bills made the best of it, and reported having a swell Episcopal Church has acquired a home, the
time, and hoping to come again.* oldest building in the United States-the Spanish Monas-
tery at 16711 NW Dixie Highway. The monastery is 800
Hurricane Dora sterns to be following the way Cleo years. old*. jS
took. Let us hope she will not visit us or anybody else On
September 6 this
building becomes the
this time, but just fade away. perma-
nent home of the' Church of St. John the Divine, the Rev.
i
Harold Batchelor, rector.

PIONEER IN MIAMI LABOR I i Services will toe held in the rectory which is being o
transformed Into a church*
"Excerpts in the Career of a Dock Worker Who' I The Rt. Rev. Henry. I. Louttit, Bishop of the Diocese
Rose to the Rank Leadership in the Field of Labor" is and.. the Rt. Rev. James L.. Duncan, Suffragan of the Dio- v V k'Z
the tittle of a pa-mp'hlet; recently' published by. Miami'sown cese, with headquarters in Miami, officiated at the first '
Judge Henderson t I service.It 1

Mr. Henderson, is president-founder of the local is interesting bo know that this 800-year-old Cistercian .- Airman:: Douglas L. Jones.
account of his struggles' to get the International Long Monastery stood for that time in Sacramenia, Pro. son of Mrs. Laura. Jones of 300G
shoremen's Association started here, and to lead the local vince of Sogevia, Spain. It was, bought by the late William NW 51st St.
R. Hearst in 1925 and shipped to the United The airmen are 1062 graduates -
group to a place of national recognition, and better In 11,700 States of Miami Northwestern
wages.. packing cases with the intention of reassemb- High School.
ling it in California,
He recounts with pardonable pride the role he played That was a lucky break for Miami. SAN ANTONIA Airman Israel -
in the civic, political and economic development that D. Benbow Jr., son of Mr.
has come to colored Miami through the joint leadershipof and Mrs. Israel D. Benbow of
himself and others 1400 Harrison St., Miami, has
completed Air Force basic mili-
Mr. Henderson is president-founder of the local tary training at Lackland AFB.

Longshoremen's Association! which has its own hall, College SpecialDon't Airman De-nbow is' being' assigned -
I to the Air Force Com-
valued at approximately $175,000. He is also an executive munications Service's (AFCS)
in the: international body. Holloman AFB, N.M., for train-
miss the news from home while you Ing and duty as a printing spec-
lalL<;t. His new base supportsthe
AFCS mission of malntalnhnjr -
Community School at Brownsville are away in school. We will mail the communications for con-
trol of global Air Force opera-
tions.
The opportunities for self-improvement and for prep- Miami Times to college in the The airman Is a 1904 graduate -
any country -
aration to meet the issues of these changing times, con- of Mays High School.

tinue to grow almost all around us. All one needs is the -- --..,..........,..-...... --
desire to take advantage of them. every week, Sept. thru May for only
t BY OWNER
Along these lines, a Community School Program ic LARGE HOUSEon
being developed at the Brownsville ,Junior High Schoolto $3.50
serve the interest of all ages in the community.The 3 lots
) $12,000 $500 cash, $85
program will assume the responsibility of serving month. Must qualify with
the educational and recreational needs of children lat..i owner. Will separate lots
and adults with the aid of outside agencies and the cooperation c ffwr for builders. Open week-
of the staff of Brownsville Junior High. / ends or by appointment.

This is a very commendable effort, and it is hoped 6740 NW 15th Avenue OX 1-0421 1313 NW 75th' Terr;
that many people, young and old will take advantageof PL 83962PAGE .

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Roberts Returns

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 PAGE 5

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Boswell Roberts Jr., recently -

returned to the United
HENRY FITZGEIIALDS NW 58th St and her grandson I.
and son, Gerald, of Washington Andrew (Andy) Cleare Who States after participating In
attended the Postal Alliance are celebrating their Birthday the 19G1 Lima, Peru workcamp
convention In our city then this week. sponsored by the National
proceeded to Jamaica for a few MRS. GRAC-45 D. SMART: Young Men's Christian Association -
days relaxation. former directress of the While In South America,
Friendship and the St. Luke the group visited Quito, Ecua-
AFTER n rortnijfrif In our Baptist Choirs, will be the dor, Bogota, Columbia and
magic city, Izora Reid has guest this week-end of Mr. and Panama
returned to her home In Mrs Norman Cheeks of 819 If
the orientation' In
Youngstown, Ohio. N. W. 47th Street. Mrs. Smart During
Washington: D. C. In early July "
GET WELL \\islhps to Sam- now makes her home In Los :
the participants were officially
uel (Bid Whist) Wilson bed- Angeles.
made United States ambassadors -
ded at Christian Hospital. to Peru for 19G4. .' ,.\

HEKE'H HOPING Frmlerlc- :\1 and I.'H.I I I'J It- kiLt -
Boswell was the only Negro ) '
ka Bruton is up and out soon. guson and daughter Jennifer of participant In the andwas
;.Airs. DOROTHY: LEWIS and Nassau and Grand Bahama group .' I
chosen spokesman of the : .
...,_,t
children. of Washington, D.C. Islands are house guests of workcamp by the workcamp- :::w, tIir1.... ....;.., ;. < ..r:::::=
are in Nassau now after attending -, relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel He, Donald
ers. alongwith
: the Elks convention In Rolle of 3172 NW 50th Street; Leak, leader of the group anda The members of the A. M. The guest speaker for this
Miami. daughter Jennifer entered professor at the Universityof Cohen Temple Church of God memorable occasion was Sam

Brownville Jr high school this Kentucky, represented the in Christ have written another uel O. Cohen, principal of Miami -
NEWCO\IEHS: to our city week and will remain In our page In their book of memories.
Igroup at all official and social Northwestern High School
who will be calling Miami fair city.
gatherings. Other participants On Sunday morning, August He admonished these and
home are Margaret O'Brien of In the
Savannah, Ga.; Louria Bailey of workcamp were John 30, they saw their dream become other young people to stay In
Asplmvall, Connecticut Jack I
CHARLES S. THOMPSON ;
MRS.
California qnd Frances Pierceof Benedict Nebraska a reality. They presented school and npply themselves to
Starke Fla.MIAMI just returned from a ; Richard scholarship aids to four A. M. the fullest extent, not to bo
Carlson and
In Wil- Orvllle Huseby: ,
months vacation spent Cohen Temple students. satisfied with minimum educa-
LINKS together mington, Delaware; Westchester Minnesota; William Epke, New tion, but strive
gathered for highest' attainments -
Yokr; Fred Grose, Missouri aid ithelr children
:
to
earllei' than their and Phlladephia, Pennsylvania ; The plan ; the possibilities are
with! relatives and friends Joel Kavlor, North Carolina; In ,their education was tho
scheduled fall meeting. On unlimited if one I is willing to
Donald Leak
Kentucky Vin- Rev.
; dream ol their pastor,
Saturday evening President work hard( and steadily.The .
cent Morgan,
Pennsylvania; Jacob Cohen who Is presently
Lugusta Colston was hostessfor ----' ', David Unruh, Indiana; and I teaching at Floral Heights Elementary members of the Temple
the group. The evening was Daniel Wooley, Ohio. 1 pending the opening take this opportunity to thank
spent reviewing events at the of Charles E. Drew Elemen- their friends
and
many well 1
National Young Roberts along with i
Assembly and sharing r I
summer travel experiences. John Aspinwall and William tary School. wishers for their help In making

KOWENA WILLIAMS and I Epke, will represent the groupat Knowing the value of an education this plan successful.

daughter, Grenda, have returned .:, the National Student Coun- and seeing so m a n y Standing, left to right: Rev.
from Washington, DC. L. u cil and Presidents meeting In promising young people "wast- Jacob Cohen, Samuel O. Cohen
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, Aug- ed" because of lack of funds Rosa Vann Storr, Mrs. Maedeli '
where they spent the summer. ust 30 through Sept. 6. and encouragement, Rev. Cohen McSwaln, Mrs Nancy Miles, Ir.

GAMMA: ZETA OMEGA: It. I+t Boswell Is a graduate of MIami felt the need to do somethingto Mrs Syretha Strong Seated:
chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha North\vir tern High and a enable some child to attain a Yvonne Robinson, Helen Storr,
Sorority Is inviting all AKA sophomore at Wilberforce Uni- higher education Thereforehe Edorls Ciomartle

sorors to attend its annual versity, Ohio. He i h the son of established In the Sunday
workshop on Saturday, Sept. 5, Mrs. Jessie Hill, Hialeah and School (department of the A. M.
4 o'clock at 4120 NW 7th Ave, Boswell Roberts, North Miami Cohen Temple, a plan by wlhlch Mt. Zion AME Church
... Beach a student aid program could
INVITATIONS arc in the < <',l.t' ..... he started. This was the first Day Care Center
mall for the wedding receptionof '. .I, <. ',.;' .,' ,') 3OOOOQOOOO0OOOOC: such program ever InstitutedIn Ik for
registration
open
Alice Faye Thorpe and .: _1 I 1"1"" ": ",,' Non-Burglrnl Office Treatment the Church of God In Christ
.. < .
Bernell Thompson. 'f..'..:. '. ;, In Eastern Florida.Iledplents Register your child now. Hot r
SORRY TO LEARN t h n t < f"'r, RUPTURE 'PILESHref balanced meals and afternoon
r of the first A. M.
Henderson Is In Mt. Sinai : f\ ,:: refreshments will bo served.
P Agnes "t't<< '1t ... nlaeamtm, Varfrone' Vein, Cohen Memorial Student Aid
Hospital. BW ,: .. Prostate" No lost time Fund, 'are Helen Storr, Mlaml- Play ground well equipped.You '
J. In
may come and Inspect
ARTHUR and HATTIE Dlnrurd Truss Upon Correction Dade Junior College, YvonneRobinson
EVANS are smiles a-plenty Nick Ferguson, president of of Ilupturo low coat. Bethnne..Cook man the center.call For 088-0782.further Information I

over the new addition to their the Liberty City Communityfor DR. LONG'S College; Edoris Cromartie, St.
CLINIC
family a baby boy.HIIIULEV Voting Rights, a charitable 1315 Industrial College at Lexington Staff: Rev. H E. Green( Mrs. .
HW iHt
A ROLLH and organization, has been appointed St. Fit 32148'CCCCCCCCCCCCCCI Miss and Rosa Van Storr, Fla, Leila Williams and Mrs.! Pearl
Calvin Butler were married at an honorary deputy : A and M University. Mincey. S12

Temple Baptist Church, Saturday sheriff by Sheriff T A. Buchanan ..A..A.. ... ... ... ._ ._u_.. "_L'U' __ ._.. ._._. __ ... .. .
August 22, at 7 p.m. The thanked $ f/w...,..-/I..,.'...IIy1.I...............II.....IINL,....,w....,...IIyII.,....,ww........u..u.II....ww.............'II.'...''ww.........,....I.wwww.........'..............,www...a..Ir..o.ro.ww...,...',...II.,'..;e IIr i
The sheriff also Ca
attendants were Mrs. Princess N
M. Silas and Louis Smith. The him for campaigning for him

bride was, given In marriageby In the Liberty City area at office Mr.Ferguson's ;" EVERYONE IS PLACING f I Ii
her grandfather, Chileon campaign rf
Seymour. The Rev. L. A. i 1701 NW G9th Terr.

Thompson performed the cere- Mr.constable Ferguson In District Is also a land deputy i:JK ; HIS HOME INSURANCE ill \

mony. will open his private detective ll

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Mrs. office on NW 2nd St. and 17th
Clementine Hamilton of 1490 Ave. very soon. rfI I


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"" THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.
"Why Change ,
I SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 PACE 7CHARLES
POLITICS Metro?" Open Mike J
LET'S TALK r

Open Mike, with host Hendrix YMCA Musical
Berns, will discuss "Why J
By NORMAN B. JONES Change Metro?" next Sunday Soiree 27 .'
from 7 to 0 p.m. Special guests September
Historical Backgonnd of the Negro In Politics, the Church will be: Metro Mayor Chuck The 9th' annual Musical ,1
and FraternalOrganlzatlonswwww Hall and Robert Drake.
I Soiree the O. W.
_ sponsored by
.. __ the
w As usual, the program will Carver Branch:: YMCA of
Greater Miami branch Is sched- I
The cloistered luxury, now compete come live from the Hampton
only possible permanently
uled for Sept. 27, was announced 1
House.
workable solution to the with Negroes ,to serve as wait- today. I
so-called Negro problem In resses, elevator operators, and Miss Helen M Dorsett and
America Is for first to have all in other classes of work once Parkers Buy Arlington Sands, coxftialrman
parties concerned, both white considered the exclusive field of a R 1 Y of the committee, pointed out
and Negro realize the factual, "Negro menials." Dairy Queen that the soiree which is rated
truthful basic "problem", whichIs The competition that Is always as Miami's most fabulous cultural
economic. a product of class distinc- Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Parker, events, is Ding sponsored
The Negro Problem has been tion Is now keen between former managers of the Dairy by 50 of Miami's most outstanding -
headache with Negroes and white people' for Queen store at NW 71st St. ladies this
treated as a remedies year.
designed to alleviatethe the American standard of '''liv- and 15th Ave. are now ownersof Miss Dorsett and Mr. Sands
Immediate pain, rather asa ing. It' is idle to censure the this store. A. LOCK1IART sold that plans are being madeto
n economic cancer, which I a ordinary white man for taking The, Dairy Queen features Chairman Carver llntnch YM make the 1964( Soiree the
not only destroying the cancer- advantage as 'he can; for despite frozen custard products. The Camporship Committee greatest ever. Mrs. Mable Dor-
ous patient, but Is a tremen- the Interest of lofty white new owners will appreciate sett Glover, music instructorat
dous burden on the entire total leaders in the Negro's welfare, your patronage In the futureas Camp Committee Booker T. Washington High
political and capitalistic the poor white man will not they have In the past. School will serve ns consultant.The .
system of America.A cannot have much relish for They cater to clubs, school Chairman Says citizenry of Dade Coun-
generosity'and fair play when ty h! encouraged to mark this
functions, church, wedding and
million times a day mill- I ThanksThe
the wolf is howling at his own birthday parties. They extenda date on their calendars and
ions of natives of the underde- door and his furniture Commit to be of this annual
perhaps cordial Invitation to the public Campershlp plan a part
veloped countries In Asia, Lat piled on a city street. and promise to give the wishes to thank all those who cultural event.
in-America, Africa, The Middle The Negro's security cannot same courteous service. donated to the fund. From Tickets may be secured from
East and the Islands In the safely be left dependent upon whatever' source and by what the sponsors or by calling tho
Oceans are asking the question, voluntary Justice or magananl- ever means the donation was YMCA office, OX G-0231,
"How can the Democratic mlty from such made. My added thanks to thoso
a source; 0 r the economic condition
of the
Capitalistic System oa advocated clients of Bonded Rental Agency
upon only the theories of laws, .
Negro anti Its Inevitable atten-
by the United States work the practical application of dant ills would Inc. who received our let 11. Cory., J. Ollie Edmunds and
for us, the darker peoples of which Is left in the hands of eventually I ters and who sent their dona- all others
reach massive and
the World, when It does not and relatives need and contend dangerous tion through my office In the A very special thanks to the
work for the darker citizens In local authorities whose friendsfor proportions widely distributed was published book in a sum of $555 plus what was Hon. Luther L. Brooks, president
the very Country which epouses early the YMCA. Bonded
the profit derived from Inequitable In the MO's is an Indictment of mailed directly !to of Rental Agency
this"so-called "Freedom enforcement. More both white and Negro leader- Is!. M. Rlppa, T. 11. Walker, line., who has constantly supported -
Philosophy over, the Negro cannot well ship on every level to heed the Eleanor Kloeber Orleans No. 7. the Carver Branch and
The economic dlsfranchls- afford to lose :the good will of symptoms of these economicsores A, Levine Apts., Edwards Apts., especially the camp drive for
ment of the In excess of twen-I white neighbors, which he must 'I in the Negro ghettoes Patterson Apts., Lenel Apts., many years.'
ty percent of the citizens Is forfeit if he tries to get a fair throughout ,the nation, which W. K. Robbins, W. Cecil Wat- Investments In youth Is one
a burden too great even for share of the community eco- would of necessity cventaually son, Markel Irving, Cecil D. of life's greatest achievements
the richest nation In the World nomic opportunities and bene fester and burst upon the body Price, J. II Durr, Margaret N. Thanks, The Campership
and It Is no longer a questionof fits.In politic of this country with the Price, Frieda Markowitz, M. J, Committee _
Just the survival of the this plight the Negroesare resultant ugly scabs.REGISTER. -
Negro: but a question of even rapidly descending to a mr '
tual survival of a Free Demo level of general dependency nM N'-S"W ARm'u- \1
cratic, Free Enterprise Economic upon public relief. A change to Jack's
System, such as AmericaIs something more definite and
spenoue d uoksuo uogeuokthe secure Is definitely needed." Don't be half citizen! SEE "MR. JACK"
World today at an annual The fact that this analysis, of
cost of billions of dollars. FOR

M. S. Stuart, authoritative STYLES FOR ALL AGES
New Homes at Right Price
spokesman on the Negro Economy The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
relates the true cause of
\ the Civil Disorders affecting; Open 3 to 5 p.m. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

America today, some of which FOR SALE LOTS $2,200 ITALIAN SHOES
t have already burst like a ruptured I
appendix. more of which 3 large bedroom, 2 bath, garage, Fla. room 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida '
will burst needmg only the 1921 NW 50th Street 1944 NW 49th Street
_
Alighest pressure. (Quote from __ L _
'An Economic Detour1 by M. 1835 NW 41st Street 651 NW 47th Street

S. Stuart published In 1940)) ('fA!;
BARON BUILDS, BUYS LAND OR HOMES
"It seems approplate that ,r. <:' !)}"..1..

the pages to should direct some close tnought by attempting Need Money? Call JE 8-1340 .t- 1

to the future economic statusIn ,
9))
which Negroes will live In I
this country. So that the pressing -
necessity of this should be Is it proper

fully appreciated It seems necessary Attention!! Attention!!
to keep before us the I
uncertain status under which to

the group, has groped about
during the past seventy-five SEE THE FABULOUS NEW Gordon's' \
years. This unfixed status has call for
obtained because the attempt to
give liberty to, and to make
citizens of the Negro slaves of byname
The United States has been bad "Sunshine Homes"Now
ly bungled. It was a Job loft

Incomplete.No definite. In the in English Pubs?
program I
interests of the freedom and Open For Public Display I
the national I welfare was adopted -

and followed. Four million It's not matter of being proper. It's
a
New Low Down
the
human beings: untrained in Payment
responsibility of earning a live- unnecessary. For when most Englishmen
lihood, were turned loose, and Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6 p.m. ask for gin,they expect to get Gordon's.

without guidance left to pro After all Its distinctive dryness and delicate
These homes have ,
new everything
ject themselves into the eco- you \
nomic channels of the nation. flavour have been a part ...::.
Injury and confusion inevitably want; Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See of English life for 194 year. i7 i

the resulted Incredible from lack the shock of vtslon and them! Americans, however Gordon'sfor. have I!

on the part of statesmen. been enjoying
'
Because this happened in on .a somewhat shorter _+
undeveloped land of plenty, span of time. So it Is
where even the weak could extract '
a tolerable existence out of Location of these new homes: wise(and proper)to specify

the crumbs of prosperity ....... Gordon's by name.
spurned by the more shrewd Your first sip of a ,

and of this powerful great, national the full mistake effects 1132 N.W. 37th Street Gordon's martini ,will C LED

have been strung out and the tell you why It's the biggest lOHDOHDRY

clash between whites and selling gin over here GIN
Negroes in the struggle to live
was deferred until It was made I at well at In England : 4'

inevitable by the depression of 421 N.W. 52nd StreetEXCLUSIVE and the rest of the world f
1029. Prior to that time there (
were "white men's Jobs" and I
"Negro Jobs." BY
There were many types 0 f ilaaiKTOY.e.a..amts ttuioa ontotiootKfmiinnnnsTuo f
work In which white men disdained im twsuonoa .MWTI wr n eo,UKWBH> ,E 4 t' 1
to pf+!OS' especially In
the South. The depression forced News Realty Inc.
,
the Issue. Its result now
force white men to seek and
to take any kind of work. Even 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655

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FRANCIS
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 CLYDE KILLENS' NEW
THOMAS LEWIS SR., 1028 CHRISTINnSCIEflCE
NW G8th Terr., died Aug. 26 at
The Mussolite's: Club What's Behind his home. Services Saturday at n nI Island Club
10 a.m. at the Church of the
Dine at Hillyday Inn Highway PatrolResignation Incarnation with Fr. Jones,
? in charge. Remains will reposeat 1000 N. \V. 2nd AVENUE
his home beginning 8:30: p.m.I
en-tertained
iu Survivors include his i WELCOMES YOU
Donald Matthews, 25, of Ft t. Friday. I
day Inn on South Dixie High- Lauderdale, first Negro exami- wife, daughter, Levenla; two momTOR
way Sunday afternoon by the ner hired by the Highway Patrol sons, Thomas Jr. and Johnnie; TO ANOTHER
hostesses Mesdames Thelma two step sons, John Murry
resigned because of domestic EXCITINGVEEKEND
Aranha and, Geneva Helen Steward.Henry, Ann difficulties, Capt. W. A. and Richard Davis.
West Stevens, troop commander here,
The regular fifth Sunday said Friday.Matthews. ARTHUR MITCHELL of Friday Night Open HouseNo
meeting was held in the Inn who started working Accurate
pehtlreand I for the Patrol 13 3722 Oak Ave., Coconut Grove Admission
and presided over by July resigned -
the Aug. 25 the after died Sept. 1. Services Saturday
presided over by day
Remains Complete *
2 in the chapel.
president, Mrs. West. the Patrol began to investigatehis p.m.
I conduct, Stevens said. will repose in the chapel 1 p.m. SAT. SUN. SEPT. 5 6
A brief and spicy meeting was His job was to examine applicants Friday. Survivors include his News
transacted and all the vital for drivers licenses wife, Lelia; son Tommie; a sis- TWO NITES ONLY
business were discussed fully ter. Mrs. Eula Mae Taylor,
during such time cocktails were step mother, Mrs. Susie Mitchell Coverage "TIlE ONE AND ONLY"
served along with soft music CARD OF THANKSThe two step sisters.
playing throughout the evening.We .
family of the late,
then adjourned to be escorted JESSIE 13ATT1S MRS. LOTTIE MAE RYANof Printed in
to the beautifully deco- Who passed In Carrabtelle, Fla 1428 NW 3rd Ave. died Sept. dy ,
ra'ed': diner and were served a on August 11, wishes to thank 2. Services will be Saturday at BOSTONLOS I
roas.ed chicken dinner with i the many friends and neighborsfor 10 a.m. in the chapel with Rev ANGELES
dressing and all the tasty trim- kindness, sympathy and Aaron D. Hall, officiating. Remains -
mings to go with it. Peach condolences shown them during will repose in the chapel LOhipON
sherbert for dessert. 1 Friday. Following the
their hour of bereavement p.m.
The hospitality of the mana- Mrs. Addle Grant and funeral services remains. will
be shipped to Key West for
ger and the waitresses were Family
1 Year$24 6 Months $12
burial. Survivors Include a son,
superb. .J..t.J r __ ___........._" Rochelle McIntyre; a brother, 3 Months $6
Those present were Mes- J Sidney Thomas, three grand-/ Clip thlf edvtrtlitmtnt and
dames Hattie Aaron, Mattie FOR RENTNew children. return money ardor It with tot your check or

Newton Marie Randolph, Tho Christian Scltnc Monitor
Leatha Williams, MargueretteMiller 3-bedroom house Ono Norway Street
Luvena Knox, Geneva NORTH MIAMI BEACH PETER HOUSE of 1318 NW Boston. Mass 02115
Wilson, Sadie Beckham, Ann _- -
1st place died Sept. 1. Arrangements -
West, Geneva Henry and Thel- Deposit Required are Incomplete. LANDSCAPINGSPRAYING
ma Aranha. All expressed for termites, fleas,
themselves as having; had an MICKINS' RENTAL roaches, chinch bugs and trees.
enjoyable evening. AGENCY Baby Girl Cohen, daughter Yard, soil, painting of house JACKIEWILSON
of Daisy Cohen of 1170 NW roof. Luten Taylor. PL 4-G743.
NE 4-0500 50th St. was stillborn Aug. Ul Indf
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Liberty City Brownsville South Miami
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LIBERTY SQUARE COMMUNITY CENTER SOUTH MIAMI FIRE STATION
4825 N. W. 27th
6304 N. W. 14th Avo. 1'889'N V506'h' 6130 Sunset Drive
Residence: W. St.
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LARGE FLORIDA DELEGATION: TO ATTEND BAPTIST CONVENTION




THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. ST. PAUL AME CHURCHRev.

. T. C. Kelley, pastor
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter

After many years and much
hard labor and concern on the

ZION HOPE BAPTIST I Concert at New w part of the membership of St.

Paul their dream of a new edifice -
5129 NW 17th Ave. is finally becoming a reality -
PhiladelphiaGrand
Rev. P. Freeman, pastor The foundation has been

The No. 2 Usher Board Success laid and the walls are going up.
:
We are inviting' the public to
wishes to thank all its friends
and visitors for their supportof Singing to a clapping audi- come by and see us. We ire

their aniversary. ence on Sunday, Aug. 23, the presently holding services at
Rev. William H. Washington, old St. Paul, 19th St. and 4tn

The pastor urges all membersto robust tenor and pastor of the court.
attend all their weekly meet- New Philadelphia Missionary All Gibbs Club members are

ings and don't forget to pray Baptist Church, and his accom- asked to be present at the first
for the sick and shut-ins. panist, Charles Rogers magne- fall meeting Sept. 13 on 4th Ct.
tized and fascinated the considerable I ,'-, and 19th St. at 5:30: p.m. p.m. D.

goodly number of Braynon Is president.
MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev. persons attending ,the concert.

S. Atchison. pastor For Impressive one hour audience and ten minutesthe was Eleventh Episcopal RIDGEWAY

Constance Carter, reporter enchanted with the superb: vo- Greetings from the Ridgeway

The No.4 Usher Board will cal technique of the Rev. Washington Laymen Make History Church of God of Prophecy.We .
sell potato pies the first Sun- i and the superior playing thank God for his won-
derful towards us.
in September. You may : of Rogers. blessng
day order with any : Even after the selection on JACKSONVILLE The 17th was the keynote address by The Lord Is continuing His

place member your of the No. 4 Usher program was sung, the enthusiastic Annual Session of the Eleventh Chester R. Cowart. blessings on us and we would
audience continued Episcopal District Laymen's like to share this blessing with
Board. The pies are only $1. applauding Thursday evening was given.
....- I for more. Favoring Organization was held July 2:, the who under the you for that cause we are givIng -
to youth ,
,
the 23 24 AME you a special Invitation to
appealing crowd, Rev.. at St. Stephens direction of Mrs. Veresta W.
ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev. I Washington sung "I Believe." Church, Rev. J. S. Johnson Thomas Youth Lay Director, attend service with us.
Not satisfied, with one encore, pastor;; Rev. ( Frank J. Jones, Our pastor and other mem-
and
J. B. Blacknell, pastor the appreciative audience clapped presiding elder; 'the Rt. Rev. E. presented a very unique bers will be leaving this Sunday -
Follow-
Bert Cooper reporter well accepted program. for Cleveland, Tenn. to attend -
for Hatcher
more. But realizing the C. presiding bishop; ban-
ing the a lovely
St.' James hosted the Lay- time element the Rev. Wash- Felix N. White state president was program enjoyed In the audi- the General Assembly of
quet the but servant
church
,
your
Episcopal Dis- ington paused
the 11th prudently and
men of ( torium. This affair goes down
Members ol told his Registration began with a Deacon Preston Pratt will be
cheering
30. admirers that
trict on August organization of AME the concert had ended. large number of laymen registering in history as the best ever. I in charge of services until they

this converts august worshipped with us; and 119 delegates being The election of officers fol- return on the 5th of this montn.

all day and met in regular ses- NEW HOPE BAPTIST seated. The Greater Florida lowed Friday morning's com-
Conference was represented by
mittee reports with Bishop
sion at 3 p.m. Rev. W. E. Sims pastor the largest delegation. Hatcher presiding. The following ZION HOPE

Laymen from all over Florida A. L. Stephens, reporter were elected : Church service was
Bishop E. C. Hatcher, presid- spiritually -
district
out of the Monday night began the
and second
in high last Sunday. All mem-
"the friendly week of revival services ing prelate was presented by Felix N. White, president (beginning -
converged on bers: are asked to please attend -
Rev. F. J, Jones to deliver the
church." They were enter- If you haven't attended, plan to his 15th year.); P. J. their weekly metlngs.
hall witha and hear this I annual sermon at 11 a.m Wed- McIntosh executive vice Miss
tained in the parish wonderful minis- ; The pastor will be leaving
variety of delicious "eats." ter, Rev K. S. Wilson, of Win- nesday. Isa M. Hunter, recording sec- Sunday night' for the National

ter Park Florida. Following this masterful mes- retary; J. T. Brunson, treasurer I Convention In Detroit.

Stewardess Board the No.first 4 Sun.will Friday night, August 28, was sage the Holy Eucharist was ; A. L. Glenn, chaplain; Mrs. Don't forget to pray for the
have a pie sale on Stewardess baptismal services, the pub- administered by the bishop, Inez Sparks, director of Lay sick and shut-ins.
day morning. While lic is always welcome to wor- presiding elders and ministers Activities; Mrs. Alice McIntosh,
Board No. 3 will have a snack ship with us at all times from several conferences Mrs. minister' of music; Mrs. Bernice

that night Hatcher was presented. Henderson, director of public MT. CALVARYOur
and relations; Mrs. Veresta W. pastor will be leavingfor
sales SALTER'S CHAPELRev.
These snacks, pie sponsoredseem Wednesday afternoon the Thomas, Youth Lay Director; the National- Baptist Con-

other efforts being casually, but H. J. Benson, pastor laymen assembled In a work- Wastell Francis, parliamentarian. vention as our delegate in De-
to mention affairsto Flossie Marshall reporterAt shop with' Mrs. Inez Sparks troit. We are praying for him
they are very important to .have safe and
presiding. a happy trip.
these boards and to the 4 p.m. a wedding ceremonywas The 1965 convention will be Next Sunday is a important
church Remember we are in held for Miss Lizzie Alex- The welcome program was held at St. Luke AME Church, day, because very we will-

the process of building and ander, the daughter of Mr. and presented with L. I. Alexander, Tampa.: The meeting adjourned partake of Communion. We
little bit helps, so go out and Mrs. Surie Alexander and Ron- presiding. with the circle of love being should all do this because Jesus

help. These little affairs don'tcost ald Hepburn. It was beautiful. formed. said, "This do In remembranceof
a fortune and the "eatin' is The reception was followedIn Highlighting this program -Bernice Henderson me."

good. the basement. We all wish

I the newly weds much happi- MT. ZION AME CHUCH

ness. NEW MT. MORIAH SALTERS CHAPELThe
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Opa-locka, Fla.
Sundayfor Revival will begin on Monday moo N. W. 14th Ave. revival meeting that was Rv. H. E. Greene, pastoi'
women organized Mrs. night after the fifth Sunday in Rev Almus L. Shlpp Pastor scheduled for this week was Elder J. A. Roberts held his

Woman's Day chairman with and August Preaching will begin. Sunday School Supt. Bro. Joe postponed until a later date be- third quarterly conference beginning
Matilda Hall as Our pastor left for Daytona Johnson extends sin- cause of the 'recent hurricane. on last Friday night, '
Lula M. Colebrook as co- Beach to begin a revival thereat Cephus ,
Mrs. Sister Claudia Robinson August 21. Elder Roberts spoke
'thanks' to
chairman. Miss L. Rose is secretary Mt. Zion AME on CampbellSt. cere those greetings who of out and made Dixon brought the message for briefly some encouraging remarks -
came
and Mrs. Lillian Watkins, Don't forget we are look- the Sunday School'anniversary Sunday morning, which stirred to all present from the

treasurer. Ing toward Woman's Day In Sunday, a success. the hearts of many spirituals. subject a clean heart. All auxiliaries -
October.
and boards had their
will meet Wed- thanks to Mt. Ta- Sister
The women Special go Margaret Johnson written
with
nesday evening after missionary ST. MARY'S W. M. bor Junior' Choir, First Baptist brought the message for the their seal.reports along
meeting to select their captains Junior Usher Board, St. L u k e evening.The .
and make further arrangements Rev. H. V. Stuart, Pastor. Junior Ushers, Mrs. Margaret pastor talked about the Roberts On Sunday morning Elder
I brought to the
for their drive. Miss Dorothy Major, reporter Darden and James B. Randolph.Our services he preached In Day- gation a wonderful congre-
I will leave Friday, tona Beach with Don'tforget message.
The Woman's committeewill pastor success. The members
Day of Mt. Zion
visitors last Sun- are
Among our Sept. 4 enroute to Detroit to the sick and shut-Ins.
Miss Verleen sponsor a straw ride Fri- working towards their annual
morning was attend the convention. Pray
day Burroughs of New York City. day night at the home of Mr. that he has a safe and sound This will make their days Woman's Day on the second
and Mrs. Stafford Johnson 4320 Sunday In October.
,
former member and more cheerful.So Every member -
She is a of our church and Is SW 21st St., West Hollywood.The trip.The long for now and keep and all boards are asked to
pianist relatives and friends church is asked to please fourth Sunday In September smiling. make a 100% report.We .
visiting and Nassau before she give us your cooperation. the Junior Choir will are still praying for a
here Sunday, our pastor will be in celebrate Its anniversary. DAY SPRING BAPTIST speedy recovery for our pas-
returns home. charge of the morning and PROVIDENCE CHURCHRev. 2991 NW 62nd Street tor's wife.
will bo 1 administeredat evening service. Choir No. two
Baptism : Rev. William Slater
11 a.m. Sunday and the will furnish music in the a.m. C. J. Burney, pastor pastor GRACEThis
services. and choir No. one at night. Sis. Claudia Wilson reporterWe For one who has
Lord's Supper at both are thankful to God for courage, Is Communion Sunday. '
The choirs will sing Jointly. Our Woman's Day will be ambition and is quite activelyin
his blessings. We are asking that an effort
many
held
Sept. 27. The committeeis the services of the Lord.
Notice the time change in be made to have our entire con-
MACEDONIA BAPTISTRev. putting all efforts forth to services far the first Sunday The members of this church gregation out for Communion.This .

make this day a success. only. Sunday School will end I wish the pastor a joyous an- Sunday at 7:30: p.m. we

Roscoe Jackson, pastor at 10:30: a.m., the morning service 'niversary.The will hold the first of two train-
Willie J. Beard reporter GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. will 10:30 Ing meetings at the church, as
begin at : am.
hold
Behold, I come quickly: Rev. Sims of New Hope
that fast which thou hast, that W. F. Savoy, pastor The evening service will begin Baptist Church will preach the we enter into our stewardship
for Mem-
6895 NW 14th we. at 6:45: pm. preparation "Every
no man take thy crown.-Reve- anniversary sermon at 3 p.m.
ber Canvass" In November.
lation 3:11.: Anniversary Week Is the first This Is because of 'the busy if we but follow, we will reach
week of November. Visiting schedule Sunday and the dele- our Heavenly goal. Rev. Battle of SongsThere
The pastor' wishes to thank churches will be worshippingwith gates leaving for the National Slater the members of this

everyone who supported him us on week nights in September Convention. The bus leaves church and all who wish you will be a Battle of

.at the Union. We had a glorious and October. There will our church at 10 p.m. with the will salute you, truly a man of Songs between father and son
time in the Lord. Ills text be various planning meetings, delegates from the Seaboard God. featuring Marvin Ludlow and
i was taken from the above scripture sales, programs and a newly Assoclatlon: Deacon and Mrs. Willie T. Phillips sponsored by

( "Hold On. formed study group. We expect Joe White, Claudia ,Wilson Mar- Sunday, August 23. We pray Sunlight Pallbearers No. 190 Co
to see our members and gie Perkins, Emma Clemmons, sincerely that Rev. Slater will be held at
Sunday services are expect- friends frequently. Let us sum- Hattie Johnson, Gussle Warren, Liberty Square Center -
eg to be high with the pastor mon our loyalty and allegianceand Eddie M. Sample, Lorene Home, enjoy many more years of life, 6300 N. W. 14th Ave., Sun-
In charge. make them count for thegrowth Sis. B. Williams, Sis. Bryant health and strength both: spiritu- day, Sept. 13, 2:30: p.m. For an

I of God's kingdom at Jessie Lyonce E. M. Trotter, ally and physically; for underIn evening of good singing, come
The family 'that prays together Grace. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Rev. B. out and bring your shouting

stays together. Worship Anniversary plans are coming' L. Mack and Sis. Low and him whom we know Is a true shoes. Refreshments free.

together this week. we would along very well.. We congratulate many others of other Districts his leadership Day Spring has Sept. 12

like to have you.. Mrs., Smith, Mrs. Rhoda will be leaving together on the progressed steadily in faith.
Services on last Sunday '''were Lowe and 'the entire anniver- bus, all of these desire your SELL ANYTHING
Faith in God who chose
high and well attended. The sary committee for their fin prayers. Continue in prayer for him to

pastor,. and'' assistant pastor and progressive preparations.You the sick and others. speak the words of life, faith

were In charge. are welcome ot Grace. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Christian an,' faith In knowing Miami Time CUu Ied Ad







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Civil Service Exams ( II IIIn
Leader Outlines Future Plans ;

LABOR FOREMAN. Requirements one pear prior to date of ex .
: Permanent Civil amination. Applicants must! % an exclusive Interview most good."I I
Service status as an automo- have passed their 21st birth- here last week, 'the lIon. Hobson -
tive equipment operator II, or day, but must not have reached R. Reynolds, Grand Exalted want to prove to America i
as maintenance repairman In their 45 th birthday. Ruler of the I13POE of W., that' Negro Elkdom letters with its ,
the Public Works Department Education: High school or the largest fraternal order In men and women of and
Examples of Duties: Super- vocational school (graduate, the nation, revealed his plans science, with its professors, its
vises a small group of laborers plus two years. Experience:! for the future. school teachers, lawyers, technicians ,J
businessmen and
engaged In a variety of sewer full time paid experience in responsible -
.
Reynolds, In a philosophicmood God-fearing citizens
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maintenance work such as the operation of high '
pressure ; of all must take the first
touched all the bases. types
and of boilers
rodding cleaning out or possession
He built his future plans on faltering step in the direction
storm and ond class
sanitary sewers, stationary :
the capstone of non-partisan of becoming a power in the
cleaning catch basins "blowingout" license issued within .
and climaxed the Interview economic structure of our country -
politics, -
of sewer wells, and minor years.
repairs to sewer lines. Salary: Salary: $362 $.162. ; ; with a stirring plea to \
$329 $419.PLANT become a recognized power In "These are some of the plans :
the world of economics.
OPERATOR I Miss White Mr.Wilder for the future. These are the
(sanitation): Requirements: "It was. no accident," Mr. Rey- things I work about in the
Desidence of Dade County for Say nolds said, "that we met here stillnes of the night.

In Miami during this social which
"These are the! things
Miss Marie White revolution, and that I invited
.. I know you expect me to think
Irene Pratt Wilder Harry Golden and Rodman about as your leader.
make this last Rockefeller here
Pun Phunby ment of the! trip to the "These are the problems
Phil Ossofer al :Baptist Convention "Golden Is symbolic of the which must be resolved, if we
ing thanks to the n new voice in Negro America, are to continue our forward
.o. radio, ministers and \ demanding today 'that which thrust.
has been due for more than I
HURRICANE NOTES: seats friends taken who and saw the to 20 years. "And with your help and your I

Well, Cleo has come nnd amount of finance l "Rockefeller struck a chord prayers, these are some of the"
gone, leaving many people in sure departure at he which should give directionand things which will be resolved.
the dark, waiting for their ed time Sunday, Sept impetus to Ndgro!( businessas
lights to go on. The power p.m. directly from the foundation on which we American Legion I
company is current-ly working I dence Baptist Church, shall build a better America.
around the clock (maybe i of NW 43rd St. and 7th News I
they should be working around The Baptist women "You see," Mr. Reynolds continuedr -
the county?) and powerless ly grateful to Mrs. ) Martin Luther King The American Legion of I
citizens are wondering what White s dream when he spoke Miami Willia Henry Bethel
ces an untiring
time their homes will light up in ,her church and before the Lincoln mounment Post No. 281 are urging all I
once more.I among women of her J during the now historic 'Marchon veterans to join In their mem- I
was a casualty, losing a nation. Washington'"Well bership drive. Lets Join the
Mrs. White
little blood because of Cleo. I I
as hostess throughout I have a dream, too.I Legionaries and make our com-
,
Having no electricity, was 1
forced to use my safety (1)) I tire trip and a happy My dream is to make this great munity a strong one, let's help
been promised to all. order the Instrumentfor our fellow citizens, because
greatest
twice draw-
razor. I cut myself ,
there is lot of
a Improving to
Ing blood. So now, Cleo, you'vegot $3.50:1 complete emancipation of
blood on your hands! There Is a deep the Negro In America. I intendto be done in our community, so
gratitude and do not let this opportunity
A sign on a boarded loan take our great organizationinto pass
office rend, "Tli from president Holley the middle of the main- you by. Because It's urgent
company Mrs. that this be done
layson. We hav-
window 141 out, but we're In..' Holley are
I'll bet that sign' drew a lot of a list of the hotels 7 stream of American life. ing an affair each week, so
hands of Miss "I want to prove to America please contact the following
Interest at what percent, I
I don't know. and those wishing that Negro Elkdom is demanding leglonalres. Joseph Steward, ,
YEAH, YEAH, YEAH may easily telephone first-class citizenship, Uo- Past Commander 14CGO Fillmore
As the Beatles sang "I Wantto the various hotels. cause Negro Elkdom la ready Street Ce5-115G Edward Hanna I
Hold Your Hand" on TV Mrs. Wilder will for first-class citizenship."I Adjutant 14780 Tyler Street M J

Sunday evening, I chimed In, vide who want to prove to America CE 5-1283 Murray James, Jr.,
any person
changing the lyrics !to "I Wantto going by bus and that Negro Elkdom is not only Reporter 14380 Carver Drive
Cut Your Hair" thou-
hundreds
vations with the spending of CE G-0950
Some folks think their hairis sands of dollars 'to educate
too long, I disagreo. T think your seat : e young Americans, but In the
it's too short I can still
Mrs. Alta Screen
see their faces. as secretary and / future will see to It that this Put the gas in the
nun STOP cure the names of all education is channeled Into

Entering friend who the bus works depot there., I meta I the on the Sheraton trip. She Cadillac will avenues whore. it will do the tank not your foot I I IC

naked, "How's everything goIng .
?" Ho replied, "Jly bus."
I found out you can't be Tea in HialeahThe

cheated traveling by bus, for building Shop at Your FriendlyJOE'S
no matter what you pay, the the New Mt. Zion
price It always fare. Church cordially

Its September Tea on MARKETTHE
Wilbert Jenkins Sept.Hialeah 13 from Recreation 4 'to 6 p.

Has Birthday Party W. 23rd St.
BEST IN GROCERIES MEATS AND II
Master Wilbert T. JenkinsJr. Mrs. Mary Harris, ,
is still enjoying himself. He SUNDRIESWE '
began his enjoyment for the The 'Times'
summer by spending a lengthy j
vacation with ,his grandparentsIn College 9 mos. FEATURE
North Carolina. lie climaxedhis
summer with a Uirthday
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party on Sunday after, August WISE PATOTO CHIPSIN

30.His fifth birthday party was What About ?
shared with Miss Terrye Tho- Wigs
POPULAR SIZES
mas, Mrs. Gladys Coachman
Jeffrey and Cathy; Atty. and
Mrs. James Matthews, Mrs. Why not consult your beautician? L _
Bonnie Hepburn and Karen; -
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Anthony William Hamilton Simons and and Michelle Laura. ; Your beautician can give you the true

Wilbert's great uncle, Wiley
, Hammonds and a family friend story. After all who should know Lincoln Fields Apartments
Nathaniel Gray from Tarboro,
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NXS; visited him but had ''to \
return
better than beautician?
,prior to the party due to your 2045 N.W. 62nd Street '

the' unexpected visit from __.. (
how-
"Cleo. His sister, Temesa,
enjoyed everything along
ever
with him. Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
Gifts received from others Offering Many Features \
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Vines, Mr. JET TV CLINICHOME
and Mrs. George Cobb, Mr. and FREE GAS
Mr. and
Mrs. Billy Sutton and
Tile Bathroom Refrigerator Ga..Store
Mrs. George Morrison
SERVICE CALLS 1.00
Newly. Painted Venetian Blinds

Dugie's Guest House Day or Night Washing Machines Laundry Room

We Service All Make. W Free Parking Auto hot water ........

The house of unusual room HI-FI' and STEREOS Free Garbage Disposal Filtered water 1

Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
w. Also RtTV' CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
Seeing i. Believing

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907 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
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MEMORIALS DEATHSPAGE NW 5th place, died August 20. NW 17th St., died Sept. 2. He
is survived by his widow,
He is survived by a sister Miss
Charlie Mae Johnson; 1 brothel Kaltrlna three sons, Council,
Sgt. Robert F., and Roland
SEPTEMBER' and several others. Arrangements -
r. 12 SATURDAY, 5, 1964 RICHARDSON are Incomplete. Scott; nine daughters, Mary
.-*- Moses, Laura Scott, Kathleen
MRS. ANNIE M. JOHNSON McCray Ruby Finley, Carolyn

\ IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn at of 1822 Jackson N. W.Memorial 6th Avenue Hospita., die 1529 CHARLES N. W. 41st W. St.SHEFTALL, retiree,, Edwards Fluellen, Sarah, Dorothy Alexander Lane Katrina -

In loving memory of our dear In loving memory of our on August 28. Survivors are, Pullman Porter Jackson, was Mem.dead Hosp.on and Clyde Hunter; 31 grand-
arrival at
\J daughter dear daughter and mother, her devoted daughter, Mrs., 24. His wife, Mrs. Let children, 19 greatgrandchildren -
August
sister four brothers.
Fannie Moton, three sistert a :
Sheftall survive. Final rltet:
M. ,
y q 4 Mrs. Alberta Mitchell, Mrs Services will be held Saturdayat
3,Sq e+ EWe Balwin, and Mrs. H f In Atlanta, .Georgia. 4 pm. at Mt. Hermon AME

Will Mincy, all of Twin City, Church of Opa-locka. He will
Ga, a son-in-law Mr. George EDWARD I. HIELD of 5431 be in repose Friday at 2 p.m.
SW 22nd St., West Hollywood,
3 '*' Moton, neices and nephews including -
died August 27. Services will
Mitchelland
Mr. George MRS. NETTIE STRACHANof
6 Mrs. Amy Mabley. Funeral be Sunday, 2 pm. at Central 2315 SW 40th Ave., died in
'zst Church Rev. E. J. Clark
Baptist ,
held Thurs-
# services were on West Hollywood Sept. 1 Sur-
his
lie Is survived by
i day, Sept 3, at 4:00: p. m. at pastor. vivors are her husband, Eze-
St. John Institutional Baptist wife, Rowena, four daughters, kiel a daughter, Mrs. Pearline

Church, with the Rev. Thedford Mesdames Susie Dennis, Mabell 1 Smith, four sisters, Leccie Williams -

Johnson, officiating Interment''I Rahmings: Emma Lee Russell Eula Hill, Nancy J ack-
In Evergreen Cemetery. and Zllpha Lyons. He will repose -1 son and Rosa Lee Swanton;
in the chapel at' 2 p.m. !
brothers
three Emanuel, Ler-
y MR JAMES E. HUDSON of Saturday and in the church at tice and R. J. Brunson as wellas

1159 N. W. 1st Court died at 10:30: Saturday night. nieces and nephews. Ser-
m *
Jackson Memorial Hospital on :- vices will be Saturday at 1 p.m.
August 26. He is survived Uy MRS MARIE BROWN, 610 In the chapel. She will lie in

many friends here in Miami NW 9th St., died August 27. repose Friday at 3 p.m.

including three very dear ones, Survivors are husband, Sidney; !

Mrs. Catherine Gibson/ Miss four daughters, three sons,
Miller. Funeral services wijl be mother, Mrs. Pearl Conners; REV. ALONZA STANFIELDof
498 NW 22nd Lane
t held on Saturday, September 5, three brothers and three sis- died on
at 2:30: from/ the Chapel with ters. Services held Wednes- Sept. 1. He Is survived by a

ROSA LEE JONES ELIZABETH Rev. Emory Jackson officiating.I day, 3 pm at' First Holiness daughter and son-in-law, Ly-
I dia and John Williams three
who departed this life Sept. 2, WHITTAKER McRAE _*_._ Church, Elder Albert Hines, sisters, three" brothers and; four
1962.]* ,Gone, but not forgotten. who' departed this life August I pastor. Services
CARTER grandchildren Saturday
MRS. ALINE' oi1G004A. -
she rest in 29 1901. I
May
peace. be ( N. W. 4th Avenue died at 1 a.m. at St. Luke Baptist -
Harris mother ,Gone but shall always re- I
Georgia ,
membered. at Jackson Memorial Hospitalon MRS. BERTHA PETTY, 373 Church with Rev. P. Wil-

And Family Sleep on dear and take your I August 30. Survivors are I NW 14th Terr., died August 29. liam officiating. Rev. Stan-

rest, we loved you but God her son. Stanford Huges, a sis- Services held Saturday at 3 field was a well known resi-

Note of Thanks loved you best. ter, Mrs. Alberta Moss, a brother p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church dent having lived here for 38
Mrs. Elvira Whittaker, Mr. Clark Beasley, two Rev. E. T. Graham, pastor. Sheis years. He will lie in repose at

Dear Friends: I mother grandchildren, Mrs. Peggy Al- survived by her husband, the chapel Friday at 1 p.m.

We are so grateful 'to all of I And Family ford, Mrs. Mercee ,Jackson' Richard; Mrs. Lucinda Taylor, I
I
you for your many kindnesses four great grandchildren. Clyde, sister; two brothers, Elijah and MRS. RUTH HUNTER of
during the loss of our loved I Anthony, Stanford, Jr., and James Hlppard; five nieces and 6920 NW 17th Ave. died Sept.

one, MRS. VEDA INEZ DOR- IN MEMORIAMIn Andrea. Funeral services will two nephews. 2 She, 'enroute is survived to Jackson by her Hospital.hus-

SEY. be held on Saturday, September *
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loving memory of our dear 5, at 10:00: a. m. I in the MRS. ALICE BASS of 331 band. Obediah, three sons, Eu-
Your thoughtfuflness help brother, Chapel.MR. gene, Edgar and Stanley and
NW 13th Sit. died 29.
August Clifford Wright, six grandchildren
ed to make the burden a little .
easier to bear. The many cards, -WILLIAM- -MIDDLE- Srevlces will be held Saturday, \lng}.three sisters. Arrangemets -
1 at Mt. Carmel Baptist
p.m. are Incomplete.GEORGE .
flowers letters, telegrams and
TON of 5701 N. W. 21th Ave.
Church Rev. D. A. '
Bradley,
liberal gestures let us know 4L --' -
passed at Jackson Memorial
pastor Among her survivorsare
feelings. Wt extend our
your Hospital on August 31. Sur-
heartfelt thanks to each of you vivors Include a daughter, Mrs. three sons, two daughters, 15845 NW 27th Ave.,
to the ,two sisters, Mrs. L. B. Kirk,
and a special thanks 3a Lovlta Steward, a son Mr. Wil- died August 29. Surviving are
staff of Jackson Hospital Med- liam Middleton Jr., and a and Mrs. Corrine Jones; one two sons Henry and Oscar, agrandsons
ical I, Father Lambert Sands brother Mr. 'Dan Middleton brother, Willie B. Robinson, Kirkland St George;
and the Richardson Funeral three uncles and three aunts.
sisters Mesdames
Funeral Arrangements, are Incomplete seven including -
Home. at this time. -*-.- Maria Belvin, Bernice

MIROYON P. Jones, son of Mills, Harriett Manuel and

Sincerely, Family Mrs. Eva Mae Jones, 2001 NW ..N ma Felker of Miami. ServiCe -
The Dorsey CARD OF THANKS 67th St. died August 29. Chapel Saturday at 3:30: p.m. in
services held Wednesday at 1pm. the chapel. '
The family of, the late, .
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IN MEMORIAMIn *
-fr-+- RICHARD SINGLETARY,

wife f 7 7t HENRY A. ALBURY, 1965 14925 NW 22nd Ave., died Aug.
loving memory of my a NW 6th Ave. died August 29. 31. Servles Saturday at 1 p.m.
PINDER
DIANA this life on yl He Is survived by his wife, at Ebenezer Methodist Church.
who departed ; ,
September 5th 1952 gone but t ." Yq, five sons, two daughters, mother His survivors are wife, Annie,
...ill. and three sisters. Services three daughters- Mrs. Rose
not fongottenThose
Souls they sufferon will be conducted Saturday at MoBurse, Mrs. Jenice Rogers
Holy it
'A 2 p.m. in the chapel. and Mrs. Frankie Ferguson;
mother Mrs. Sarah Singletaryof
Resigned in heart and will, ,
JOHN THOMAS HUDSON West Palm Beach and a sis-
Until Thy high behest is done ALBERT JACKSON of 7184
its fill. Who departed this life on ter, Mrs. Della Johnson of
And justice has NW 14th place, died August
For dally falls for pardoned Sept. 1, 1962. Two years, ,have 31. Services Saturday at 10 Newark, N. J. <
passed since you went I away, Graveside services at Ever-
am. in the chapel. His survivors -
crimeThey Joy to undergo, We, all miss you so, but the H Include his wife, Chris- green for the infant son of Mr.
memory ofi: your-, smile, shall and Mrs. Frank Scruggs of 671
The shadow of Thy Cross Sub- tine, four sons, four daughters
lime, never fade away. Deep in our mother, Mrs. Jessie Bell SmaT N Wroth St. were conducted on
hearts we silently say, Wednesday.
The remnant of ithy woe
of Blackville S. C. He be
although he is here with us may
William The Family Pinder Sr. Husband. ''no more, he is not dead, he viewed in the chapel Friday

is jus away afternoon.
.
-*- REDUCE

CARD OF THANKSThe Deacon Mrs. Harriet David Hudson Hudson,Watson bro.. ARTHUR R. REED, 244, NW I 'lose"up to 6 pound!
16th Terr., died August 31. HI3
Sister and relatives II
,
wife, Sarah Lee, ivftf'stepsons weekly
family of the late
WILLIAM E. (Bundy) MILDRED MORLEY BAINw and four stepdaughters sur-
vive. Services, will be.conduct pre Long
Our ThanksThe 'i
:
JOHNSONwho
ish to thank the pastor, .
departed this life June 29, Rev. I. C. Mlcklns, Mrs. I. G. ed Friday at 4 p.m. in t h e 1545 S.W. tat ft,

1964 In New York City and family of the late Pratt Wilder and members of chapel.
_*
*
REV. A. W. RIDLEY FR 5-=748
was funerallzed In Key West, Mt. Olivette Baptist Church
July 5, 1964, takes this meth- who passed August 17, wish to Also the many friends, all I MRS. GERTRUDE ST.|
od of expressing their sincere take this medium to thank his neighbors and the Range Fun-'

thanks and appreciation to co-laborers, saints and many eral Home for kindness rendered -I
their many friends and rela- friends of Eastern, Westernand during their bereave-

tives for cards, letters, tele- Central Florida, California, ,
grams, flowers, donations, and New York, Michigan and ment.The Bain, Morley and Cinroln Memorial 'ark
all other kind gestures of sym- Pennsylvania, the entire broth- Wllcox Families
pathy shown during our bereavement erhood and neighboring Delrayfor
the kind expression of HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less

sympathy, cards, letters, tele-
the clergy for their service,
Special thanks to Benta's grams, flowers, floral contri- choirs and ushers. ALSO Immediate single grave space intermentWe
Funeral Home, Inc. of New butions long distance calls and
York City, Key West Under- cars. eral Thanks Home to for the their Stevens efficient Fun- are not full and we are still doing business
taker and staff for the efficient
I p service, those who donated Thanks to the J. W. Johnson services rendered. Open six days a week to serve you
God Mess each of
School and the May you.
Rev; George Bethel of Elementary
cars,
Newman Methodist Church State Hospital staff for their Sorrowfully, Commonly known as Dr. Pharr's Cemetery
Mrs. A. M. Ridley wife
motorcade to share withus ,
service also up
for his consoling ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
the choir, God ushers bless and each members of in our sorrowful hours. Ridley, son and daughter- 3001 NW 46th Street NE 44197E.
May
To the members of Ridley in-law
,you. Temple which he pastored 19 Mrs. E. D. Dean and Miss

Annie Johnson, mother I successful years. Words cannot Alma Long, daughters Johnson, Manager Home phones OX 1-9199
.
.
gratefulness to Warren Douglas
Margueritte Thompson, I ; express our "
sister you for your love and devo- Wellington Ridley 1 t 8SCARDS

;-Virginia Edwards, sister I'tion. Thanks !to 'Bishop E. D. Chas. Ridley Jr.,

Alice Crow, sister Johnson and other members of Grandchildren







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BEAUTIFUL"' efficiency for i THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
CLASSIFIEDFOR person- hot and cold water, f
furnished. $15, per week. NE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER B, 1964 PAGE 13

5-55G6.

RENT 2-D jDltooM APT, 8300 NW FOR SALEWE DUPLEX 2-bedroom, 1-bed-
15 Ave. $O5 month OX l-t241. FURNISHED 1-Bedroom apt., HAVE LARGEST selectionof room home. $1,000 down $84
With'yard and porch, for information month, 6008 NW 5 Pl. 0$9,500
:2-BEJDROOM APT. Oak floors, NElAR GRAtfDWAY and buses. call OX 1-2428. Greater 2 and Miami 3 bedroom from $100 homes down in total price, call 754-0859.

1J47 NAV 6 Ave Call CE 8-CG83, 2-room furnished for month. News
apt. a ana $65 Realty. ,
Ware, Sit PRESIDENT GARDENS
Mrs. working lady, call 757-8228. new Inc. Broker PL 4-0655. *
1 and -b droom' prestige apta. BUY OR TRADE!!

ROOhf t in private home for a 2 LOVELY HOUSES for small Open Sunday 3-5 p.m. 235-2958. NW. Being forcedto 6998 3-bedroom NW 20-Avenue 1 bath

hice man 1473 NW 70 St.G91O125. family only, $20 and $22 per NEW 2-BEDROOM duplex move because of freeway? 810 NW 46 Street I
week. will sell $100 down to apts. 364 NW 57 Terr, 6801 NW Win at the track? Rich uncle 4-bedrooms 2 baths
reliable person, can apply rent 6 Ct. $25 per week. 235-2958. remember you? Reinvest your Open every day Including
2-BEDROOM CBS HOUSE, to purchase. NE 5-5560. money 8 year old 3-bedroom Saturday and Sunday
has wall heater and home. Needs paint, fixtures.
carport NICE ROOM for FORD REALTY, Inc
rent
Call 7592356.3ROOM 566 NW 22 St. 2 and 3 bedroom I only. 1961 NW 160 ,St.man, NA Garage Discount! for almost ambitious furnished family., 3639 NW 15 Ave. C35-4505
apt.
apts. Unfurnished, immediate, 1-6115. t.
HOUSE, furnished, occupancy. Call evenings. HI $10,400 existing mortgage. FHA NICE 2-nEDROOM CBS with f
with fair
358 NW 10 St., rear. Call PL 8-2824. S. S. Gross Realty, 3283 NW 437 St. Small cottage, cash take for over'''owners payments investment porch and urge on nicely
1-1475 or FR 1-9177. $14 week. 444-43126. furnished, $40 month. landscaped corner' lot...
PL 7-8GOO anytime.NO ,
1451 NW 43rd St. 757-8228. '

7545 NW 16 Ave. 2-foedroom CLOSING COSTS Lovely
unfurnished $19 week. WI CBS duplex, 2-bedrooms on $99 DOWN
Drive by then call to see 5-0_ 88Gr 633-2891 I each side Tile roof, freshly BIG, CLEAN HOME FOR
painted, stoves and refrigerators CHEAP
4440 NW tat Avenue CLEAN FURNISHED room $15,700, $GOO down, $89.75 FORD REALTY Inc.
With all modern conveniences. month. FHA. Live rent free! 3639 NW 15 Ave 635-4595
2-bedrOom home, g&rage, 2 lots, corner In quiet place. 00,1-4864. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW

7th Ave PL 9-1371. Open even- LARGE FAMILY, 4-bedroom,
81 NW 45th Street ROOMS
Men. Meals !if desired. ings and Sundays. beauty, CBS near school,' bus,
3-bedroom home plus cottage in rear Private home. PL 9-8125. 7521 shopping, $11,700, $.BG month
NW 12 Ct. NICE SELECTION of homes Includes everything, plus, down
'
167 NW 45th Street and duplexes, that can be payment. 6910 NW 6th. court.:;

Home And income, flexible floor plan, 2 or 3 bedrooms I WOULD LIKE to share my financed through the FJIA, Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. Fenster:
house with one nice, clean Realty, Broker, PL 0-8770.
plus 1 or 2 rentals. No qualifying. Call Eves. quiet lady. NE 5-5283 banks or privately. And many 4
is '!
no qualifying nC'cel'sary-
and Sunday PL 19675. move right in! LICe Realty, 2-BEDROOM HOME, CBS, 863
1-BEDROOM APT. furnished. NW 74 St. Built by builder 1
Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL
Pool Home,on.2 lots $18.50 week. Phone PL 8-3901. 04,371.OPOo11/ evenings and, \ nortagerl only $85 month, piusj,
Sundays. Mown payment. Fenster Real
39 NW 38th Street CHILI cAJUn ty, Broker, PL 9-8779.

2 or 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida room, carpeting, WILL CARE for your children, COMPLETE new list FHA
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. In Coco and VA lesales. Like new 3 $59 DOWNEXCEPTIONAL
draperies stove refrigerator washer and!
dryer, HOME FOR
nut Grove area HI 8-6735. and 4 1 bedroom, 2-bath CBS
garage. 20 x 40 pool with concrete wall. Price homes at from $100 to $300 RETIREES

$15,800. Terms. Call Mr. For.. evenings and Sunday, FAIRYLAND NURSERY Kin down and from $GO month and FORD REALTY, Inc.
MU 83852. dergarten. Children of all ages. up. We have keys at Life 303!) NW 15 Ave. 035-4595.
Low prices for the working Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave.
parent. For further information PL 0-1371. Open evenings and CORNER pool home!! 3-bed-
R. A. Mueller, Realtor, PL 1.2401 call Mrs. Ruth Scott at Sundays( room, 2 bath magnificent house

_754-5365. with lots of extras, 2-car garage -
NO CLOSING COSTS FHA
Lovely estate home. Owner -
JUANITA'S KINDERGARTEN. terms. Enclosed front and rear leaving town. Priced right
Pick up and delivery service porches, separate garage. Houseis for quick sale. 4020 NW 5 Ave.
Hot lunch, reasonable rates. freshly painted inside and Fenster'! Realty, Broker, PL
For further information call out. Floor refinished, stove
u-8770.
$100 Down $59 Month OX 1-2350. Mrs. Juanita Jackson and refrigerator. Price is $9,500, i

S12 $200 down and $77 per month, REAL ESTATE WORRIES
3-bedroom, 1-bath CBS, no closing cost.. Must quali plus taxes and insurance. Life SETS EXPERTS US!!
fy. CHILD CARE at homo. Room Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL We buy we sell We trade
for six more children. T. An- 0-4371. Open Sunday and evenings -
....--.....-.... derson, 751-1801 'I. Free- appraisals for cash gladly given

I FORD REALTY, Inc.:
$50 Cash $ Month
: 3039 NW 15 Ave. 635-4505

2-bedroom, 1-bath, near 46th i St.** See !today. This GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY! 2-BEDROOM, 1 bath with Fla.
will not last. /, room, CBS available with FHA

._-r--_. FOR RENT terms, $.'Jl')() down, $75 month
.: ; Includes everything, 274 NW 38
Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. St. Open Sunday 1-0 p.m. Fen-
Restaurant Fully Equipped ster Realty, Broker, PL 0-6779.
78 NW 53rd Street

Reasonable No Competition REALLY GORGEOUS!!
down
$350 $86 month
$1,000 $2,00 and $3,00 down

2.bedroom,2 Fla. rooms, nicely furnished CBS structure For the better buy stop by/
745 NW 54th Street Call UN 6.8757 FORD REALTY, Inc. ?
A-l condition, lovely ground and trees. Mustsee ;M3I) NW 15 Ave. 035-4595*
to appreciate. '
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r r r rr Yr r ( 4 saxrxS'ALE' 'r.YYY WY 2 CBS houses on 1 lot. Income
TRIO REALTY ] property. Front house, 3-bed-
PL 9-8372
ij 1 bath. Rear house 1
room, ,
\
: $4995"FASHIONETTE bedroom, 1 lath Very rea- I
801 NW 54th Street, PL 9.0132 sonable, terms. Drive bv 6030,
NW 0 court then call Fengter
'' Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. II I
SPECIAL I

NEW: AREA. $M month pays
all, 3-bedroom I 1 Itoth beauty,
Best Buys In Town 100 Per Cent Human Hair! fenced yard. No qualifying,
move right; In, small down pay
I ment. Drive by 3510 NW 219
o Wig Terr, then call Fenster Realty,
'" OPEN ,syrjipAy;,2 to, e P.M. H Broker, PL 9-8779.

220 NW 48th Street. -
-...--....-----e-.-.- -.. --M-.N--L1. WELL QUALIFIED?
Large CBS 3-bedrof, dining room, gage, carport, A beauty: 4 bedrooms, 2 baths.
appliance, near fechool and bus.' Extra large lot. -T! $800 down: FHA Mtge.

$13,000 total, $400 down. Come ee this lovely home. $79.95 :3030 FORD NW 15 REALTY Ave. -, Inc.635-45 05
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6800 NW 6th Cojurt :CORNER 2-bedroom beauty,
of custom built CBS, Fla. room,
Cleaning out. Complete inventory
CBS 2-bedroom, jalousied porch, fining room, garage .large lot, $13,000 reasonable'
appliances, $8,500 total, $300 down, $69 month town payment:: 291 NW 52 St.
-.- nationally advertised wigs. These 100% Open Sunday 1-fl p.m. Fenster
2-bedroom beauty. Completely furnished, dining ,Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.

room, utility room, air cond. No qualifying. Only LARGE gorgeous FHA CBS .J
human Hair manufacturedwigs
$7,500 total, $600 down, $70 month. We hare key. European approved home, 2-bedrooma, 1 '
bath. Drive by 1041( NW 41 St. .

Lovely CBS 4-bedroom, 2 bath, FloridU& room, dining have never before been offered -then call Fenster Realty, Broker '- J
PLD-8779.(
room, garage" plus play room. Fenced. $14,900 total ,

No qualifying. Good term OPEN SUNDAY 3-fl, 230 NW
at this price. Limited supply.FASHIONETTE .
43 St. This attractive home,
Duplex CBS beautv, 1-Hedroom each ride appli- clean as a pin. Fla. room, big I

ances. $11,000 total, $35 month. No qualifying.VA kitchen carporte. 2 bedrooms. j
Only $9000()())( total, $2.r>0 down,
Je.. 2-3-4 bedroom. $10O to $300
FHA
re* WIGS FHA terms. A. Ben-Korl, Real-.
down, $60 month and up. We haVe key :: tor, PL 1-2243. '
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We have many other good buys '" 3-BEDROOM. Good area, Fla.: I
708 N.W. 62nd Street Miami
: room, big kitchen, CBS. Only \
SHELl. REALTY, Broker $11,800 total with $350 down, I'
Phone 757.0121 $78 month pays:: all FHA terms,
4260 NW 7th AVE. 758-5551
A. Bra-Korl, Realtor, PL
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. JTA Goes Back, Fire completely destroyedthe Zion Baptist' Church recently.The .

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 equipment of 'Hie Nassau ceremony was largely at-

To School. Herald early Fridafr morning tended. A reception followed at

Aug. 14. The building which the home of Mrs. Juanita

The Dade County Council of was formerly a warehouse, was Southerland, the bride's slater I
Community Program PTA's is PTA
I sponsoring a also destroyed. The blaze start- -e
Workshop Saturday, Sept. 12 art ed soon after 1 o'clock. Three Sir Ralph Grey, Governorof

Bethunre Elementary School, fire engines were dispatchedto the Bahamas, donated a pintof
Opens at BrownsvilleA 2900 NW 43rd Terr. All localpresld&nts the scene. blood to the Mobile Unit of

vice presidents, _._*- the Princess Margaret Hospital
committee chairmen principals,
Bank In doing
Blood on Aug. 15.
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Community School Pro- Typewriting ClassesAt parents and teachers or anyone After 47 minutes of delibert- His i Excellency said
so, ,
Is- being developed at the interested In working for the
gram tion, Aug. 12, a Supreme Court "EVeryone in good health
:Brownsville Junior High Schoolto Booker BTWJoin welfare of boys and girls. Our Jury acquitted 18yearoldIsrael should, in thankfulness for his
the needs and Inter-
serve theme, "Understanding Our
Gardiner of manslaughter
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ity. It will assume the responsibility classes that are now being Procedures. Allen, 16, on Fett 25 -the rite life of another" His elder son
educational
the
to serve -
taught on M: and
o n day
and recreational needs of Wednesday mgnts ,from 7 to Registrations' at 9 a.m. $1.00 of the Clay-Liston fight. and some of his staff followedthe

children and adults throughthe 10 p.m. This is a good way to per person. Mrs. Linnle' W. The boys were attending a governor's example.
of R. R. *_*
efforts of outside' agencies, Fannin, principal -
insure clerical employment.Miss party on Rupert Lane. When
surrounding elementary schools E. E. Waller is the instructor Moton Elementary will be the Allen called Gardiner a "sissy," Mrs. Mae Demeritte, 73, died
and the staff at Brownsville Jr. in charge. director of the workshop. they started to fight, but were at her home on St. James Road

High. The facilities of Browns- S26 separated. On their way home August 13. She is survived by

ville Junior High are being extended Allen allegedly approached three adopted daughters, Mrs.

through the evening DunbarSchool Gardiner in.a threatening man- Rose Thompson, Mrs. Mae.
hours to accommodate working SOCIAL SECURITY Austin and Mrs. Patricia Ma-
has opened once again ner and the latter "threw a
parents, church groups, and jor, and an adopted son, Ed-
and each person on our faculty stick at him hitting him in
social clubs. Here are some R ward
Major, and seven grand-
for returned with a desire to learn the head. Allen died 11 days
sample offering planned RRRRR
RRRRIM children.
your consideration. and to contribute more toward later. .
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educational purposes. ---e-
SEWING patching-and With making emphasison school Monday our theme was, "The Some of the churches at Goverment scholarships have

clowning for your children. L' Future That We Study And Fox Hill held special services been awarded 14 Bahamians to
liOlItew Wnw txi VS OOVWOIert study at universities and colleges
Plan For Begins Today. -
COOKING With emphasison on August 11 (Fox Hill Day)
It coincided beautifully with In commemoration of the 126th in the United Kingdom.
small parties, purchasing,
Your social security account the message from Dr. Joe Hall, They will leave for England
the of in
budgeting and preparing deserves the same careful attention The anniversary emancipation this month.
least expensive nutritional you give to your bank our superintendent. mes- the Bahamas. The programs
The Rev. Elon John
and Musgrove
meals for the large family. account, your savings bonds, or sage was inspirational cer- consisted of group singing, 30 ordained
ART Designed to satisfy any other matter important to tainly provocative. I solos, recitations and speeches.Au&rust St., was Matthew's as pastor Churchin of

artistic Interest of all ages. your future This remindercame Nelson Adams, our principal, 3 was celebrated the Grove Nassau Baptist ,
on July
MODERN MATHEMATICS- today from Edwurd P. welcomed us back and his mes- throughout thp Bahamas as 25. Officiating at the servicesat
Designed to help the parents' of Blonston, social security dis- sage seemed to add that final Emancipation Day. St. Peter's Baptist! Church
and trict' In Miami. touch to us on _._
elementary Junior high manager spur our way. -- *- were the Rev. R. E. Cooper
students assist their children. He pointed out that the earn- (Food for thought. George Mitchell, 46 was the Rev. A. C. Colebrook and,
GENERAL SHOP-With em- ings credited to the account of The themes for the week charged at Freeport, Grand others. The Rev. Mr. Musgroveis

phasis on electricity (minor an employee or selfemployedperson were: Tuesday: "No Bubble is Bahamas, on August 10, with the eldest son of Mr and Mrs.
household repairs) and working covered by social security so Iridescent or Float Longer' killing Wiliam Fritz during Edward Musgrove of the Her

with wood. determines the amountof Than That Blown tty The Successful dangerous drlvlni Fritz. 23 And mitage, Exuma.
all benefits to be paid !to "
MUSIC We are calling any Teachers.
n native of Turks Island died
who and do him, to his dependents, or to
persons have not Wednesday: "Life is of Today the
night$ before at the Freeport -
his
survivors. The higher the
instruments hero will be
have
And Today is What we MakeIt.
Clinic. Inspector Paul]
emphasis on group singing, the wages credited the higer the ." REDUCE
benefits, he stated. Thompson, CIT!), flew from
development of a communityband Tuesday: "A Teacher Affects Nassau and made, Investlcr Uon. '
"As
and chorus. a matter of fact, Mr. Lose up to 6 pounds
Eternity He Can Never Tell
Blonston said, "although' a He said the accident oAvn
LIBRARY For those
per- minimum number of credits are Where His Influence Stops." on the road leading to Eight! weekly
esons who would like to satisfy
required In all cases, It is the Frldav: "The Direction in Mile Rock.
their reading interest duringthe
Which Education Starts a Man Dr. Long
and amount of wages or self-em- -- -
afternoon evening
hours. I ployed income credited that determines Will Determine His Future Miss Dorothy Louise McPhee, 1845 S.W. tat St.
If Interested In how much social se- Life. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
of these you or are Interested in others any curity" benefits a person will This year as there ere many Prince McPhee. was married to FR 3.2748

not listed please call the school, get. new trends In education, we David Cardinal Duncombe. at
NET 3-2464 or come to 4899 NW An employee can use his W-2 too, are Involved with anew
form as one means of checking look. We -
are experimenting
24th Ave. and ask for Fletcher
Paschall. In these times of the addition wages repored for .him. In with the Roblnette ungraded HOMEOWNERSCONSOLIDATI

rapid change we should not and 'taxed to for tal wages earned primary and team teaching pro- .

hesitate to take advantage' of the W-2 withholding should show purposes grams. As the :year goes you YOU 111181
this excellent opportunity. We will hear more about these pro- dE
wages for the subject Ito
invite your help and suggestions social security and year the amountof grams. However, if you are lINCOLN"'F I R tlN'mdj tiTs INC
in the development of this FICA taxes deducted. h e curious ask any members off the ,

program.Register. wages subject to social security Dunbar family and 'he will be PHONE 681.4133

now!! taxes are the basis of your harpy to explain each program.
Ida T. Ratcliffe, principal; social security credits for 't h e Newcomers to our family this
Fletcher Pasohall, director year. The Federal Insurance year are Claudia Duhart. Ber-

Contributions Act (FICA) tax nice Miles and Mrs. Lurlne
BethuneA Finances the social security Clark. Thev have all fallen In
Jackson's Toddle Inn
benefit program. I step and I'm sure will do a
.very big and warm "wel- Anyone can get a statementof comparable Job to anyone.
come back" was extended to the his social security credits by We are certalnlv thankful

entire faculty on Monday Aug. writing !tfco the national head- :that every member of our fam- REGISTRATION DAILY

24 by our principal, W. C. Cog- quarters In Baltimore. If you ilv returned somo from summer -
dell. Everyone.was indeed happy change Jobs frequently it Is especially
school
Collie Bradwell, G,
important that
.to be together again. check at least three you A. Bethel D. C. Bethel (congratulation FROM 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M.
every years.
Some of the faculty members
received her
masters -
according to Mr. Blonston. A
studied this summer. Among
\ others from various
postcard ex-
form be
request
those, ,were Mesdames Auther- obtained from any social can secur- cursions. Eleuthera nnd the Ba- 3038 NW 48th Terrace NE 4-4308

ine Strapp, Barry College and ity office Since your record is hama Island' Nelson! Adams I I

Martha McKenzie, Florida A confidential, no one else can and famllv. M. Wilson, A. Smith.I

and M University. check your record for you; you World's Fair M Nealy, A. J, --
Bethune had its first summer must do it. Hawklnq C. Bain Miller, H. Er-

reading program. It was grati- Mr. Blonston urged anyone wards, T. Robinson W. M. .i
fying to note the progress our having questions about social Denson and others from vaca i
boys and girls made during the security to get In touch with i tions In and around Miami. : iOebbie'1
six weeks period. We were so the nearest social security office Those from honeymoons { Playland

(thrilled to see them reading located at 234 NE 79th St. again we say congratulations _

books, books, books! The telephone number Is Mrs. Carmetta Cash Brown and .4.

_The following teachers serv- 759-4521. Mrs. Carolyn Knox (Raymond) REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS
ed on the faculty: Mesdames Donnell.We .
Gloria Nelson, Franclel King, enjoyed touring Europe on
have
really worked this "I
Gwendolyn Welters, Myrtis their honeymoon. week as we pre-planned for At '4800 NW 24th Court
Thomas, Doris Blount, Mary Elliott Scavella is leaving us
1500 children
some '
Henry, Naomi Symonette, Ma- this year ''to study at the University !- we expect
Monday. Thanks to Mr. Adams
zie Edge, Louise Palmer, Susan of Wisconsin. Best NE 4-8315or NE -. ,
Mrs. A. J. Hawkins assistant 5-8052
j Williams, Flo Hawkins, Sylvia ,wishes for a successful term.ConsnatulaUons ;
Rolle; Hazel Cunningham and to Mrs. Christine principal for such a smooth 'fT'7 f I saSt. I

Mr. Willie Wright. Hammock (art consultant) week.
So hats doffed and
our
The orientation program was who is the proud parent of are
WP are off to a busy .
also Initiated this year.C.
summer. The baby boy. '
teachers' were: Mesdames Ber- Get well wishes to Mrs. Mazle Bain Miller, reporter Stephen Day Care Center

nice Green Bernice Kemp and Edge, curriculum assistant, 1781 NW 73rd STREET

Lois Rollins.. who I 1'1' confined to St. Francis DAY NEWSThe Registration for'St. Stephen'Day Care Center is now in
pro-
Several of our teachers took 'H'nctnlt:11 result of auto-
net a an
.... gress. Rate by the week $3.00, by the drfcr $1.25. This Day
trips this summer: Mesdames 'hile accident. first' ritetr'rt' ming f of
Barbara Allen, Erslyn Anders, Wedding Invitations are in the the DAY will be Sunday at Care Center trill be offering the latest in everything for the

Zelma Black Gloria Green, mall for'our !secretary' Miss! 'Park Tarp a'ptp"h. 250 E. 4th children to learn and enjoy. -\mODg-them will be a hot meal

Wilhelmenla Jennings, Bernice Marv Clark date for P: *pf. 5. Ave., Hialeah at 2 p.m. served daily and an afternoon 'snack.A .

Kemp Lois t Rollins, Dorothy The school news will be given There will he an Installation staff of qualified I'and efficient
Tillman, Gwendolyn Welters, von during this ,year '*v the of district' officers. Installin hand workers will' b* on
Nellis Wilder, Evelyn Williams, members of the public relations' officer will be James H. Hall dally provide the proper cane and training that fear

and Clifford Dyes. committee: Mesdames Jarquelvn commander of the first districtof child will need. Pick up nnd delivery.

Wedding congratulations are Crosby, Melbh:; James. Bernice the state of Fla. Mr. Hall Is Opening dates August 31, 1964
extended to Mrs. Viola Hlggj Kemp Autherine Strapp and the first Negro district com- For further information call
Ho-Klng. She and her husband Gwendolyn Welters, chairman mander of DAV in the state. 758-606T or NA 4-6726

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the Miami area for Ring Maga-' MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
zine. The publication could not
have made a better choice. / SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 PAGE 15 ,

Spearing Buddy Thurman, the Texas
} i Ys+V heavyweight who has taken on Frontiers
some! of the best big boys in the Give Reynolds
game, is back In the ringof i I
With Sports the best middleweight presi-

the defeated decision tough route Sam recently.Pride via "Citizen Award"Hobson

By HARRY bPEAR Wonder why we don5t see

I ... ........ .................. ......- ..." ......... ..... ..... ......................................................_ ..... of more the of best Willie middleweight Tiger who is pros-one exalted ruler IL of Reynolds the Elks, ,grand was I I president.Neustadter, news correspon-
I pects around here? This presented with the Frontiers dent with the New Orleans
Little River Packs Them In Weekly though a little shy on the savvy 'International "Citizen of TheYear" Times-Picayune white dally
BUDD ter nolle the best wel is a real rugged performer and award last week In Miami and an expert In the field of
PACK week looking
by terweight around these Uoyl l Oh boyl can he ever sock. during the 65th conventionof public relations, has wide con-
week Is making great progress had the pleasure parts, Our mailbag tells us that the that order. The Frontiers tacts throughout the country.
of
with his promoting of Little waiting on
latest hot prospect in California held their annual convention at Dockens
Willie Pastraho nas been named
lllver auditorium. The boutsare while he w a d
Miami
rings is named Thel Beach In July.
a gent
In the hospital Willie said she chairman of 'the Elks' Conven
improving rapidly. took real Torrence. This boy has not been tion Committee, when the
good of The
care him. beaten award was made by Mar-
since in 1001.IIp. .
turning pro Grand Lodge meets In PhUa-
Last week's attendance
was IIO is out of the armed services cus Neustadter of New Orleans,
one of the largest since DICK PITMAN who had after a two year stint and his president of the powerful civic dolphin next year.
LSS got large ideas and quit the makings of a good fighterwas two appearances thus far this The award was donated by
the club cold. drafted Into the Army. He year, brought him a two round organization, and by Clarence the Coca-Cola Co. and Moss
Here are results: Is stationed at P t. Jackson, In kayo over the veteran Amen Dockens of Philadelphia, vice Kcrulrlx Associates.
Main event, 8 rounds, Porter N. C. He Is managed by MAU- Peck and a tko over Dave Rled
Roll tk'od Scatterhawk DixonIn TY MA YEn, a buslnesssman of Hank Kaplan, local boxinga
the 3rd round; Charley I Miami prelim boy who knows the
Bkooch won over Eddie Mos-
score.We Across From Park
ley in six{ Tom SoUtherland I had the pleasure of meet- see where Del Fonigan, Broward ",
Ing EDWIN K. one of the finer ring mechanicsthat Choice colored church
Won over Fred Staton In four; BARKSDALE. or school
James Lee ''tk'od Artie Kauf- directed of athletlcj In Virginiaand have gracd a bolng ring in .181 h Street and NW 8th Ave
man In three; Bob Lasslter! won also a football coach. lie that have graced a boxing ring In County Air conditioned'! Sanctu8J')". In-
over Willie Thomas in four; says ''this Is one of the finest Richardson, the Canad'nnmiddleweight y Ntltutlonnl type construction
Orlando Ruiz tk'od Angel Fon- cities he has visited. in one round. News Complete Sunday School on
In Seems strange. We remember two floors heated OB four
tenez two.
.... The red hot Porter Rolle Is when Blair wasn't good enough lots. $110,000. Call John Warren -
being matched with former I I, to carry Del's waterbucket. YtyWalter for appointment.
CHRIS DUNDEE has the Olympic star, JOE SHAW. The THE KEYES CO.
best TV show of the year coming latter Is a stablemate of Floyd I Looks like Ray Patterson, BovreThe
up Sept. 4 between GOMEO Patterson, Jose Torres and brother of ex-champ Floyd will ... 231 Iliscnyne Itlvd. ,Realtor
BRENNAN and JOSE TORT Grey Gavin. A rough match make the grade. Ray had ,no FR 1-3502
RES. These' two boys are not for Porter to say the least. trouble whipping the veteran South Ilroward Post No. Indf
stangers to the boxing crowd. Shaw, a real sweet boxer, has German, Ull flitter, who has 8105 will meet Sunday, Sept U J
This fight' could go either way been beaten Just three times faced some of the top line performers 0 at :5 pm. at 4111 SW 17th St.,
Both boys have an Impressive In 26 bouts. Including Joey Maim, West' Hollywood. All members ..I
record. This writer looks for- Bert Whitehurst, Franco Clvlccl please be present' Wilbert C. REV. LAURA

ward for a hard fought battle. CHIP JOHNSON whom I Gerhard Zech, Jimmy Slade, Jenkins, commander. Spiritualist, Reader and
Peter. Rademacher. Tom. Mc-

PAUL CAVALIER, who was have much about praised, has and kept wrote up my so Neeley and many others. Tie) afar Light Lodge No. &12 Healings Advisor and blessings toGod'
reputation of will
meet Friday Pembroke
picking good on
at the Little River bouts recently -
looking prospects. Chip recently What made the city of Miami Road. All members are asked Power
was Introduced and
received -
a tremendous ovation. returned from Louisville, Police Dept. baseball team back to please be present and on One visit will convince you
Paul Is the only referee In the Ky. after a sensational' one- down? time. that Rev. Laura will help
United States who renders I round knockout over AMOS Some say the reason Miami'sfinest The ASASIt Masons of W. you through her power of
the decision of a fight. Hie JOHNSON, a boy who defeated failed to show, after they Hollywood are sponsoring a blessings.
word is final without the aid Cassius Clay in the amateurs. scouted the mighty Miami barbecue Saturday, Sept. 14, at
of Judges. Amos had a record In pro box- Eagles, a crack Negro team,and 8 pm. at 5409 SW 25th St., W. DONATIONS ONLY
Ing of 14 wins one loss. Of the agreed to play them Saturday, Hollywood. Also, an apricot UN 6-5882
11 wins he ko'd 8. August 15 was because of the xxxile will IMJ given away. Donation 612 71st Street
While speaking with TONY Chip la the boy who dropped precision with which they cover is $1.00.
ALONGI he had this to say: Clay at the 6th Street Gym. the infield. Miami Beach
"If I did not have the misfor- This was Chip's 13th bout anda There are others who say The Uroward! County schools Take L bus
tune of Injuring my elbow and lucky one too. His next fight they are a team that can't afford opened ''their doors 1. Theyare
having ''to postpone the bout is at Lima, Peru, against Roberto to lose, and especially to an : Blanche Ely, Sept.Dlllard, At-
with Doug Jones which was to Davllla, a boy who losta all Negro team! This, coupled tucks, Lanier, n. I''. James, NOW I is the Time to Sell
be televised, it would 'have close decision to Gregoro with the fact that if they don'tplay Chester A. Moore, Carver Ranches I
been my greatest opportunity Peralta In his hometown of they can't lose. There are That Home.. Use a Times'I
to have beaten Jones and therefore Argentina. This bout is on other schools of opinion. Some elementary
would have had a chanceat September 19. say the powerful pitching scar-
the heavyweight title." ed them off. The truth is nobody -
There were no fights at Little really knows what happened Dr.I Jay Gutierrez
Doug lost to BILLY DANI
River this week on account of to the Miami Police Base-
ELS who substituted for Tony that bad girl, Cleo. ball Team that was scheduled I
He said, "I never trained MCCARTNEY'S KINDERGARwriter to play the Miami Eagles CHIROPRACTOR
harder for a fight than this one. and ring 15 at 3 .
expert, has been day, August
I was never In better shape." appointed correspondent from did not show. satur-I 2200 N.W. 36 St.-Ph. 634-1117

Well 'these things happen
Just as It happened to Willie
Pastrano. <, HOMEOWNERSCONSOilDaTI
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EDDIE LINDER has been dli MONIY AWUlaiil MOM
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by Ring Magazine. Eddie is ,
undefeated in 11 bouts. A PHONE 681-4133
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City he Is managed and train-
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has quite stable of good pros-
pects.

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'" THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. Lee County Gets

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1964 Relations BoardThe
PROFESSIONAL
,\
Ministerial Associationof
ANNOUNCINGNew Lee County approved plans
Tuesday at Fort Myers for a
Miami Barber College OFFICES county advisory committee on
WIG SALONWIGS racial relations.

More than a year ago, a bi-
FOR RENT racial panel was formed but it
H dried up on the vines after
having held several meetings.The .
New Franklin Federal BuildingTo ministers are seeking sup-
100% HUMAN HAIR port from the City Council and
the County Commission.
WRITTEN GUARANTEE be built corner

N.W. 5th Street and FEC Tracks '
Mixed Staff at .

$49.50ALL CALL 371.7652 S. S. Office

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COLORS AND STYLES examination to make them eligible -
Flip French Twist Bubble Page Boy Fluff Oliver for consideration. How
Included in PriceProfessional LIB CITY ,ever, for those who do, there

...._ ).....-.... are many opportunities ahead.
Mrs. Porter, the former May-'
MISS ANNETTE bell Johnson, Is a native
Licensed Stylist and Beautician DRIVE THEATRE Baldwin; Kansas. She also
Miamian. She lives here with
FOR FREE CONSULTATION
CALL her two Leonard 10 and
,
.... @ .... 22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres Larry 13.sons She, attended Florida

JOIN OUR WIG CLINIC COMPLETELY INTEGRATED Normal College, St. Augustine,
Fla., and Baker University,
LEARN TO DO YOUR:OWN WIG OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. served two years In the U. S.,
'We also do expert service work clean and set $5.00 Army Air Force.

MIAMI BARBER COLLEGEDay NOW SHOWINGNOWOPEN Before coming to work at the

time Night time !oval social security office 1 n
1129 NE 163rd! St. 195 NW 14th St. June, 1904, Mrs. Porter Internal was
for six I years, with
5-6712 FR 7.3127
WI Revenue Service in Kansas
City. She Is now In charge of

looking for Romance?:.11.11,1,1111 security mail operations office at' the social

Looking for Music? .. .... .
Mrs. Brown Joined the local
EDISONLABOR LookingfbrFun ?.........../.. social security staff August 1st.
rI services directly under Mr.
Wise. A native of Atlanta,
DAY SPECIALS I Georgia, Mrs. Brown was educated -
Sx
In the public schools of
Open Sunday -6.p.m. ,
,'" Nashville Tennessee, and at-
564 NW 45th '''Street i tended Fisk University there
for two years. She continuedher
Newly decorated CBS home, l,'la. room, tile roof, studies at the University

carport, city sewers. $300 down, FHA. $75 month, of Wisconsin, where she met
no closing coat. ; p rs her husband the well-known
with Hollywood's Miami Ophthalmologist, Dr.
565 NW 44th Street handsomest / John 0. Brdi't&*who was also

Very nice CBS home, tile roof, Fla. porch, garage, guysiJiMWiTon ,studying there.'. Ner studies were
city sewers. $300'down, FJIA.' $75 month. interrupted white+ raising a fa-j.
fmily, but In"196?:she graduated: .
73 NW 45th StreetCBS from the Unlyeraity of Wiscon-

tile roof, Fla. room, carport: large utility room. O dWyn Isln Education.with, a.J melee in -Physical

Oil heat, city sewers. $300. down FHA. .$75 month, Mayer I .
CONS
no closing cost. presortsr r n Before coming to work for
.//1..: the local socialsecurity office,
{ ,Mrs. Brown worked at the Veterans -
Drive by the following then, see Edison ';; 1.t Hospital, Coral Gables,
:: t' land she also has four years
530 NW 49th Street :,.' ,, ..,." 1. .t\,..t. 'work experience as a secretary
CBS home, almost new. Fla. porch, $300 down<, FHA .>,"-. :in the Department of Physical
1/ Rehabilitation at
and
no closing cost. ';: Medicine
,the Veterans: Hospital In Tus-
520 NW 45th Street kegee. Alabama.

3-bedroom CBS, tile roof, Fla. room, garage. $350 Y For the past eight years, Dr.
down FHA. '\ J HEM and Mrs. Brown have lived In
Oxinle
335 NW 43rd Street "%; ; eing her Miami with their four children.
exertingnew is '
i Their eldest son now a'sop-
3-bedlrooms! 2 baths, garage. $300 down, FHA. no ExclusiveOnthCMGM Mtsl r homore at Harvard University,
closing cost. $12,000 !total. '- .v record album"LOOKiNfr. 1 / Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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445 NW 45th Street dY FORUJVS*

CBS home on corner, tile roof, Fla. room, no qualifying JOBY BAKER BARBARA NICHOIS-JAYQFLIPPE otoUSANhOINER Singers Wanted '
FHA. Already placed, no closing coat Professional and semiprofessional
singers are wanted to
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roles in musical comedy being
Largest selection of 2-bedroom CBS. duplexes.. Easy .. STie presented on Miami Beach If
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Are you being displaced? If .contact us, als 'we
I have many, many properties for you. Only $100 cash Wr111N*Ruth Brooks mppen o.... w Don Was *...,...w Joe Pasternak NEW HOUSE FOR SALE
down. i?* I 17125,1,f A Euterpe Franmet Pcture'PANAVisiON.METROooLon Each side has 2-bedroonts,

We will be open all day Saturday, Sunday : PLUS extra large bath with vanity -
And Labor Day iving room, dining room,
kitchen, utility room, tile

EDISON REALTORS Jill GREGORY PECK-TONY CURTIS !! Open porch and 1.5 p.m.walk.Sat. Sun..

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1631.33 NW 41.t St.
175 .62nd St. '751-2441 PL L3604

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