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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
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General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
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42nd YEAR, No. 2 MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12
1964 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
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Local GOP Club Resents


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Urban League DriveUnited



Fund of the newly registered would Harry P. Cain! a former Re-
cast their ballot for Barry mtbllcon Senator and former
Studies ChargesThe Goldwater In November. UF president, defended the
Urban League and called the
South Dade Republican Sidney Ansln United Fund" Republican Club's charges
Club has demanded that the campaign chairman said he "clap trap."
Greater Miami Urban League would Investigate the chargeof ,
3P quit pushing voter "I no longer hold office
Gr tiwi registration partisan: political: activity
? among Negroes.;' No doubt The Urban League receives either In Republican matters or
the GOP club feels that none suppott from the UF, the United Fund," ,he said. "But II
: speaking ui a private citizen I
am for everybody '
ing In elections parUc1pat'I'I

air Over 6,000 RegisteredIn "If it is the' policy of tho Republican -

Party, to discourage
the Urban I'm
League project,
CULG CITES HOSTESS UNIT The Council of Urban' Crash Vote Drive (against it 1 think the greatest
possible number of peoplo
League Guilds honored the Louisville unit for the promotion, of should 1 be> eligible to vote: on

an outstanding conference during/ the recent confab held at the 20,000 MiamiFreeholders I .m. Oct. 3. Brown said Miami bond Issues, Jdhnson or

Sheraton Hotel The honor was in th, form of a plaque given to he coup not estimate the (total Goldwiatcr, and anything else

the unit through its president, Mrs. Cleo Gregory Ithird( froin Register registration for this election that is the public's business.

left). In the photo, Harry Steeger, president, National Urban' More than but have commented been busy"all" offices "We are all aware, that distressing -
20,000 City of very
League; Whitney Young, excutive dIrector, National Urban small percentage of
Miami freeholders have registered Twenty' voters participate in these affairs -
League, both of New York two sub offices
City Mrs. Maude J{.
; Reid CULG president
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and that brings
for voting in the city's closed Wednesday, but freeholder everything
Miami; Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. Adeline Jordon, CULG I vice Sept. 29 bond election, Registration registration and general more of "them out should be

president, Los Angeles and Clark Carley, Louisville based district Supervisor Claude R voter registration> continues at encouraged"

manager, Royal Crown Cola Co, Columbus, Ga. Royal Crown Brown estimated Wednesday the Elections Division office
Cola Co. donated the plaque 1351 NW 12th St.;, and at city
Deadline for registration for halls in Miami Beach, North
ithe special city election is 5 Miami, Hialeah and Coral

All White pm. Monday, Sept 14. Gables.

Georgia Jury A crash registration program The Elections Division offices -
by the NAACP and the Urban is open from 830: am. to
League: ha ..put more' than I 0 p. m. on Mondays, Wednes- ,1 1l ,
Acquits Murder Suspects 0,000 new :Negro voters on the days, Fridays and Saturdaysand r
books In the, past three weekS. ,'from 8:30"lLm.: to [0 .p. m.l W1 t
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Still Face Federal county election on a proposed .om a.m () .m.;
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DANIELSVILLE, Ga. A lii..f.. \1
white Jury acquitted two white 300 Gallon Still ',r+.
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murder
men Friday night of ', .
charges in the death of Lemuel tIj. .
Penn. a Washington educator .':.

and The Army Jury Reserve deliberated officer.three Found in Liberty Cityis J f:1',.1.;, '. "

hours and 15 minutes, not counting ,
renovations to his I'f
break. found a 300 gallon unauthorized
a two hour dinner State agents {.; ;1
a week still operating in a house. II>' 1i.L+
The defendants, Joseph How- Liberty City residential neighborhood L. L. Green of Bonded Rental Glover
ard Sims, 41, and Cecil William last week when a Agency was making a routine Mrs. MaUle Dorsett
Myers, 28, showed no emo- k. rental agent complained about storm damage Inspection will serve as Music Consultant
tion as the clerk of court read when he discovered the wall for the Ninth Annual YMCA
the verdict handed to him by between two bedrooms wtm Music Soiree to be held Sent.

the Jury foreman. A brief gasp 4 Baldwin Says knocked out to make room to 27, 430: p.m. in the YMCA
and murmur of approval was LTdS install a still Breezeway
heard from the area where
the defendants' families were Muslims Are the The elaborate set-up con- i Mrs. Glover presently servesas
I
sitting but the j Judge rapped sisted of three 480 gallon vats a music Instructor at Booker -
for order. I Black Klan of mash: a "still pot" and &0 T. Washington Jr. -Sr. High
IUf. feet of copper tubing. School. For a number o! years,
Both men still face federal Author James Baldwin she taught in the elementary
still abandoned after ,
The
was
charges of conspiring and are L. V. Davis, president of the said in an interview published Hurricane Cleo struck /schools of Dade County.,
under $25.000 federal bond. Florida' Voters League invitesall in Berlin that he will live
Defense attorney James Hudson present' and former Negro abroad if Sen. Barry Goldwater
said the men would try to candidates for elective officesto n elected president
post bond Monday. attend League meeting at Baldwin also denounced the
asked Hampton House Sept. 20-27( at Black Muslims and condemned :-
The prosecution haft and the which time they will be honored -: the rioting and looting In
for the death penalty with' certificates of merit al Northern cities.
had pleaded (or acquittal
s. defense Sunday Banquet.
'.. > j*.. He said the Black Muslim
were the Klan uThee blues
the Klu
Fleeing Robbery Suspect, lims preach black supremacy

I "No race is superior to an-
other," he said. To try and ..
Shot By Police reverse the present relationship -
is to drive_ out the devil
Hospital after undergoing surgery with Beelzebub"
with a
A burglary suspect that
has a police record
record was shot
long police four cases of resisting
seriously wounded by an with Driver
and at dawn arrest and Interfering Post Office
0pa-locka ptrolman
Monday police. Robbed by GunmenA
Police said James Roundtree,
28. of 1C341 NW 18th Ave., was Fisherman,. Dies masked:' gunman Wednesday Y w t
shot In the back as he tried-tar took $1,013 in pot office
flee on foot from Sgt. Louis Swimming: Canal: receipts from a mall truck
Palombi. One warning shot was driver the sheriffs department
J. A. Booker. 29, of 1223 NW
fired police said. ; Florida City, drowned reported. 4. A
Palombl stopped Roundtree 8th Wednesday place when he tried to Edwin H. Brady, 55, had Just
in front of 2031 NW 151st St. South Dad e backed his truck to the platform
shortly after 6 a. m. to ques- swim where across he a was fishing. at hp rear of the post CHICAGO "The Nick with the Solid Kick" represented
;10 tion him about a burglary In canal- with companions on office. 2235 NW 75th St. at 5 Miami's WAME recently at the National Association of Radio
the at-
and Fishing
home
an Opa-locka of a woman earlier mack Creek Canal west of p.m. when the robber appeared..38 caliber Announcer's Convention held in Chicago. Nlckle Lee' pictured
tempted rape The man carried a
in the daY'' Krome Ave., Booker decidedto revolver and had a stockIng fourth from left, poses with the Supreme who nave the number t
Police said Rotmdtree broke swim across. the 30-foot the other wide pulled over his head. one record "Where Did Our Love Go?"' In the U..S.A: At far ;,1,1J

away from the sergeant, pulleda canal side. to fish from i. The loot also included $3,324in J left holding an achievement award U the president of MOTOWH i
knife then ran.
Roundtree, listed In fair condition Ills body was recovered in cancelled checks and canceled Record Corporation, Barry Gotdy Jr j,
at Jackson ,Memorial 12 feet of water money orders.

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THE MIAMI TIME9s--- MIAMI, FLA.
Peace Corps Worker I

PAGE 2'- t SATURDAY.. '.' SEPTEMBER 12, 1964( 1 '

I -it, Leaves For Brazil


tural extension rural
ment and urban
rural electrification.

xa Brazil's completSome ,
better life for its
r.:qpa hindered by an acute
of trained personnel.
Ing" Ito! a Brazilian k.
LAIJOH. DAY has passed and of teens In her honor request, Peace Corps
with It the full realization .
teers
MAYME WILLIAMS: Is once are provKding ,
that summer too is gone. Vaca-
the needed medical
tions are over and we settle more enjoying: the visit of her I
down for another year's work. mother, Mrs. Mamie Tarlton of of these new
Many of you contributed to Cincinnati, Ohio. Many Miami- teers will assist \
that total of 30 million visitors ans look forward to visiting sicians at outpatient
who enjoyea me New York, with Mother Tarlton each year. clinics and give I

World's Fair this summer.I I PLEASE REMEMBER: It on mother and
Others will teach
to reregister. -
CIGARS with! blue Iwinds you own property
sic principles of (
Failure to do so will cause
are being pass d out to the ItO lone vote on two /tation' and water )
friends of Mr. and 1 Mrs. Albert you bond your issue The remainder will I
important questions
James (Henrietta) a teacher n t,!}: ......2f-P!L.m.lr .... ''
Liberty City Elementary and
to the friends of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. VIVIAN LONG, 5000 Y The: volunteers) just ... ,
KermIt Roberts (Mozelle). Our NW 24th Ave. is home after "
congratulations to Uoth sets of five weeks in the hospital. We .. .. .. -:. .... ..1. ""..; t"' .
parents. wish for her a speedy recovery PATRICA WORTHY

GET WKT/L WISHES to Patricia Worthy, 1000 N. W.G3rd Jackson's Toddle Inn
Mrs Anna (Sister) Raysor of FRIENDS and RELATIVES Street, now on home
Dll NW 75th St., who Is ill at of Majorie "Bau" Adams are leave, departs for Brazil onSpotember
her home. happy to have her visiting here 17 with about 30 .
Hope she has a nice time. other Peace Corps Volunteers REGISTRATION DAILY
HATTIE BRACE, teacher nt to work in health and sanitation .-
Phyllis Wlheatley Elementary HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Mrs. projects in Brazil's rural J
School died this week after along Ole Una Hamilton of 1400
FROM 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M.
200
villages. They Join nearly
illness. Funeral services NW SSth St., and her grandson !
will be held on Saturday afternoon Andrew (Andy) Cleare Volunteers already working in iii .

at Bethel AME Church. day who are this celebrating week.Continued. their birth- Brazil in the fields of agricul- 3038 NW 48th Terrace NE 4-4308

.:Mr. and Mrs. CALVIN WIL-
H1TE (Pat) Taylor and darling: on page 1 THECHRISTIAn
Ava- --
baby daughter, Treneire
rette, were in Miami td visit
with mother and grandmother, Classroom TeachersTo
Mrs. Helen Armbrlsteir Taylor.
The Wilhltes have returned to Meet AtWestbraoke Cox KindergartenREGISTRATION
Nashville where they are mak-
ing their home S SCiEnCE
NOW IN PROGRESS
:Hiss NELLIE MOORE Is en-
Joying the delightful] companyof The Sixth Annual Leader- r t,
her uncle, Walter Moore. ship Workshop sponsored by

Mr city, Moore of Brotherly is visiting Love from, Philadelphia the- the Dade Association County ClassroomTeachers' will beheld mOniTOR 1753 N.W. 4th Court

tomorrow (Saturday, Sept.
12th) at the Westbroioke Coun- ,
PR. and Mrs. NELSON;; FINDER try Club, 8500 9. W. 8th St Phone
spent the Labor DayMr. Miami. Its themQjgiLeaderrWUI ; .., mr..,A*.tl..f.' FR1-8488 or 691-1834
*:;1" #
-. -" .sand Mrs." L VINGSTONAdderly The one-day event, held annually -
left last Friday to.enjoy to Inform and instruct CompleteNews
the cool breezes of Lake Dade County CTA leaders and
Michigan In Chicago. Representatives in their duties
and functions In serving Dade
THE REV. THEODORE R. the coming year, will get off
GIBBON, vicar of Christ Church to an early start with registration / Coverage
CocOnut Grove, addressed, the of participants at 8 a.m..
:young people of St. Stephens followed by a program of
Church last Sunday evening three one-hour morning work
On the same evening the bril- sessions beginning at 8:50: a.m. Printed in
liant Rev. Theodore Jones, two of these will be general
vicar of the Church of the work sessions. the Third a BOSTONLOS
Incarnation addressed the special one for Representatives
ANGELES
young: people of Hope Lutheran -
Church In Coral Gables. Meetings will conclude in time LONDON
for participants and guests to
THE JOLLY SOCIAL CLUB attend a gala luncheon In the
of Opa-locka was hostess to Club's Walnut Room front 12:30:
friends for dancing rtn Monday to 2 p.m marking the wind- 1 Year $24 6 Months $12
Ruth Flanders is the
evening. up of the day's activities.
B Months $6
president of this group.CONGRATUIJATIONS. Cop .... .......... .MMtnra
More than 300 teachers and
It with lMck *ry
and leaders In county;: state and .... .rrfcr tor your
best wishes to newlyweds national educational circles are TIM ChrbHM SclMM. M. ...it.rOn
Capt. and Mrs. Moses Jones. expected to attend, as well as Norwy Strt twto
(Mary Clark). The two were prominent state and commu- R M. I. 02111
manrled on last Saturday at nity officials. Chief speaker nit
Holy Redeemer Church and at the luncheon will be Florida's
present are on their honeymoon -I Attornev-General Elect, Earl FOR QUALITY
,, Falrcloth, who will deliver anaddress
"Teacher Leadershin HOME BUILDING
on
.MRS CLUB members will
in Politics"Other
gather at the home of Connie CALL -
prominent include
guests -
Dillard Ruble
Mlzell on hold Saturday.the for : Dr. Joe Hall Superin-
wll} gavel. tendent of Dade schools and !
the next two,
years. President, of the Florida Edu-
ON MONDAY pre-ochool cation Association! ; Mrs. Marlon NI-
classes will begin for approximately Shannon, PresldenV.-iElect of r qWYNNE
1,500 five-year-olds. the Florida State Teachers'
Kenedy pre-schools will be offered Association: the entire com-
at Holmes, Orchard Villa, plement of the Dade County !
Poinciana Park, Nathan Young, legislative delegation as well J
J. R. E. Lee, Moton, Richmond as nil seven members of the 1--
Heights, Goulds, Naranla, Car- School Board. J
ver, Douglas, Dunbar, Earl1n CTA's 2nd VicePresidentTony .
ton, Heights I Floral Heights, Malafronte Is Chairmanof
West Dunbar and Phyllis the special Leadership HOME BUILDERSJE
Wheatley Schools. Leaders. of Workshop Committee in chargeof
these classes will be Mlaml- the event.Across .
Dade 'Junior; College,: students' 16902Cu.tom .kidson
who hold John F. Kennedy .
Awards provided" by the Dade From Park Built Home on

School.' Board. your lot or ours
Choice' colored church or school
FOR YOU music lovers, Max Many choice homesltea the
Roach I and Abbey Lincoln will 48th Street and NW 8th Are.Air available now go

be at' the Knight Beat this conditioned Sanctuary Institutional Let us help you plan ..

weekend. Complete Sunday typo' conntrnction.School on your new home :: : .:
Jackie
LAST WEEKEND LOW COST BANK []irnffi] O
Wilson had the girls flipping two floor heated. On four FINANCINGJ.Jrensed

at',!the, Island Club.ATTRACTIVE lots. 110000. Call John Warren .
teenager Cathy for appointment and Insured IDllk'f'fo

Mrs Henry Nathaniel, grand-niece Colston of (Lu- THE KEYES CO. See one .of oar models at
736 NW 49th St.
gusta) la spending a year evening in 21 Biscayne' Blvd. Realtors DAIRY COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA 1114 .
Miami. On Monday PR 1-5302 $17,900
Lugusta 'was hostess to a group! Indf


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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1964 PAGE 3 High Promotion for Fla. AgricultristWASHINGTON

Frank E.
: Pinder, veteran agricultural
expert, has been named headof
the Agency for International
Development In Ghana, placIng
him In the front ranks
of the Negro farm workers for
the United States In the fore-
ign field. a

When he was sworn In as _
director of AID In Ghana, Pln- "at dV t'
der became the first Negro to
rise to such a high post In the
[ American foreign service In
Africa He was promoted from
P : : the post of Deputy Director of .
1 the mission and had served '
five years as Its Food and Ag-
riculture Officer

tit t Pinder, a native of Key West,
Fla., was graduated from Fla.
A and M University and studied '
\ 1 post graduate courses In agricultural -
r economics at Cornell
University; He holds an honor-
ary LLD degreefrom Monrovia
s College In Liberia where
he served as head of Agrlcul
turist for the State Depart- Y 1.
ment's Economic Mission.
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A veteran of 30 years In public I
I service, Pinder's promotion A
places him at the head of one "
of the largest U S, AID mis
slons In Africa. This distinguished :
1 I career began In the U ; I
a. Department of Agriculture
and(( earned for him In UWl: the } _
/ : Federal government's Superior I
:1 ':'rvlceAward. _

He was elected to the Florida I
A and M University Hall of I
Fame In 1902 and the follow- commissioner to direct Ghana's Government( of Ghana She is
year the Institution chose him growing agriculture exten- a graduate of the University of
The nationwide "March to which all Americans have I for Its "Outstanding Citizen's sion service.In California with a master's degree -
the Ballot Uox" campaign of the used to seek relief from their Award." in public health from
National Urban League was grievances," said Whitney M. honor of the highly respected Kalo University.
launched in Washington recently Young Jr., executive directorof The former Alachua (Florida American, a 50-bed
at a meeting of Project DIrectors the National Urban League. ) county agent Is credited() dormitory at Asuansl Farm -
and other executives The Voter Education cam- with a number of agricultural: Institute In Southwestern Ghana -
in the League 15 "Target Cities paign will operate In the 68 accomplishments' in W e t was named in 1001 for Pin- ThanksThe
." cities In which there are Urban Africa. These Include the establishment der who at 'that time had Doles Family wish to
of 80 demonstration ) spent 10 years In West Africa
League affiliates but will concentrate express a sincere appreciation
The non-partisan registra- most heavily In the 15 farms and nurseries In I' teaching farmers how to improve to all the Individuals who sent
tion and vote campaign is "A "Taiget Cities." berth, helping to make arrangements their crops flowers, greetings to, and paid
further effort to urge the mas- Above Sterling Tucker (light) for the training of During Plnder's service with calls on William Eugene Doles,
ses of Negro citizens 'to assumea discusses the plans for the dozens of Ghana Ministry of the International Cooperation, Sr during, his recent Illness. A ,,
more responsible role In community campaign in Miami with Leo Agriculture: senior officers in I Administration In Africa, his special: thank-yon Is extended M
life, and to utilize the Adderly, project director for the United States, and having wife, the former Jean Martin to Hev Graham and the' memSchoolteachers -
historic channels and machinery that.. .. city .. "Influenced. ministry,_official? f'Jbolt..t..anz. ofLo.aj1RIp, "._/l'nrlrpd"'......'C". /w '',1. Mho'!a'lilt.,,!,',," lani' .l______
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1964 pK. with 116-mlle-an! -hour winds for 16 hours and letting Chatter Matter

Jacksonville Beach know or feel some of her fury before -
giving a hail to Brunswick, Ga. and Charleston, S.C. Continued from page :2

GUESTS at the Fla,
Meanwhile another relative hurricane, Ethel, movingin Democrats AMONG kickoff dinner at the
the general direction of Dora at this writing, is 300 Dupont Plaza Friday night
miles south of Bermuda. were Rev. S. A. Cousin, Mrs!
Athalie Range, Patrick Range,
D. 8IGI8MUND REEVES, Editor and PubU.h rQARTH President Johnson on Wednesday declared nine I Samuel Moncur, Garth Reeves,
counties Florida disaster and set aside Milton H rdrick a n ti Rev
C. RKBVE8. Managing Editor in a major area,
Gibson who
$'300,000 to supplement state and local effort to clear Theodore Invocation. gavethe
Member of the National N.wupapers PnblUher ANOdaa.
debris and provide emergency repair of roads and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES bridges. DOUGLAS (Dangle) POMPB1?
ONE YEAR $S.OO SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $8000 spent the summer !In the Bronx
visiting his dad. Fred. Young
Batored as Second Claas Matter, Anfwtt 0, 1927 at the Pod OfnVt GRAHAM FOR GOVERNORThe Pompey got back just In timeto
Miami, Florida, under th. sot of March 8, 18T register at Holy Redeemer
__ All Peoples Democratic Party, headed by Cecil School. He is the son of Mrs.
Downtown Office: lift N.W 3rd Avenue Phone FR -tt84: Rolle', gave Miamians quite a surprise recently when Julita Pompey and 'grandson -
Main Office at 8T4Q N.W. 15th Arena -Phone OX 1-O481 announcement was made that the name of the Rev. Edward of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ware-

T> Graham, would possibly appear as a write-in ham.
"CREDO OF TUB NEGRO PRInSS"The
candidate for of Florida, in election. AT LONG LAST the forgotten
NEGRO PRESS believed that America can beet lead tfe. governor the coming -
and unheraled trash collectors -
world from racial and. national antagonism when It accord to Although we did not take this matter seriously, real- have been handed a

legal every righto.man regardless Hating no or man.race fearing, creed no or man color-the his Negro human Pre and* ly that is the privilege of Mr.\ Rolle' or anybody else. bouquet. HVrald writer Larry

trlYew to help every man In the firm belief that all men are After all we are living In a free country. For this we Thompson them this did week a on fine their piece long on
fart a* long a* anyone In held hack. should be thankful.At hours without time and a half
I in clearing the debris
up
pay
One ol the Godlike things In this world Is the venerrttlon least It would be making history for Miami and after Cleo.

done to human worth by the hearts of men Carlyle. doing our friend the Rev. Mr. Graham quite an honor. GET WELL wishes to Mrs

However, knowing this good gentleman we felt he Dorothy Wilcox, 2750 NW 44th
OUR ANNIVERSARY
St who is convalescing at
would express appreciation for such let
a gesture, but result
home of automobile
September 1 was the 41st anniversary of the Miami it be known that he could not seriously support the move. accident as a Saturday an, Sept. 6.-
Times. In the past we have'boasted never missing a single Miss Wilcox is a fashion model
issue in spite of depression, hurricanes, accidents and The time has come when Dade County Negroes and also considered one of the
what-nots, we've been able to overcome them. We are should: seek state and county offices, We should} seek ten best dressed; women anda
expresing gratitude. representation on the Metro commission', the city com I Life time PTA:,.member.

mission, state representatives, members of our school MISS PHYLLIS :MYERS,
Then last week came hurricane' Cleo blasting Miami board, prison board, deputy sheriffs and county attorneys daughter of the late J. B. My
cutting off our power and leaving the Times crippled. ers and Marjorie Chandler and
When we succeed in electing of these niece of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
However we could not publish on Friday as usual, but some officers,
we will be Enid) Reese !is here visiting
making worthwhile contributions
to
were able to do so on Saturday preserving our record and state our city with her family for a couple of
and we are extremely' thankful, although we had to makea politically weeks. Miss Myers is a 1963
10-page instead of the regular 16-page issua'' graduate of Booker T. Wash-
For this do not apologize know our readers ington and a recent graduateof
we as we American
Academy of Med-
undierstand. Things Negroes Must DoBy ical Technology in Chicago.
Mrs. Reese is all smiles in hav-
As we enter our 42nd year we 'again' express appreciation Dr. Nannie H. ing her.
to our many advertisers and our thousands of Burroughs
readers who make it possible for the Miami Times to 1. The Negro must strive to secure an education; had Mrs.August CLARICE house CARNEGAY guests from

continue its service' to Dade and other counties. develop character traits, secure trades and! encour- Baton Rogue, La.; her daughter
age home ownership. Barbara and her son-in-
POLITICALWith 2. The Negro law Marion and her darling
must stop expecting God and the grandson whom she had de-
the close of the Republican and Democratic con- white folks to do for him what we should do for lIghit In spoiling. They made
ventions the ,battle is now on and the campaign should ourselves. her so happy she hates for
them to leave.
-- ___become more interesting: during the next eight weeks. 3. We must keep ourselves and our children
---''':':'r-A** lKuuiifroiutinfir! dut "\i ak'.t.dfdtS"ttt4-n( 1t-''op"ponents' ,1 '.*ft9' **..*...,l. vdft* '...1.*..., "

4. Me must learn to dress for work, business, NEW LOCATION .
Naturally the principal' prize is the election of the special occasions and) for leisure. Operators ofCeasor'sHouse

President' of the United States. Will it be Lyndon John- 5. The Negro must make his religion and every- of Beauty' are now

son returning to the White House for a four term or will day practice an affair and not just a. Sunday go-to- located at 719 NW 62ndSt.
it be Senator Barry Goldwater, the Republican candidate meeting affair Ph. 7599372.
who seeks the office of president? 6. We
must try to wipe
out mass ignorance. Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor
This is a matter left entirely up to the voters. 7. We must stop charging our laziness and fail owner

The odds are certainly in favor of Lyndon Johnson urea hair. to the color of our skin and ,the texture of our Mrs. Wilhelmena

upon whose shoulders the mantle was laid following the Farguharson Mgr.
dastardly death of President' 8. The ,
John F. Kennedy. Negro must overcome bad job habits.

President Johnson, as this writer sees it, and he is 9. We must improve our conduct in public places. Mrs. Harris Operators: Mm. Cox
pure millions of Americans will agree,with him has 10. We must learn to operate businesses for jut :Mrs Denterltte :Mrs. Golsby
filled -
the office of "plain people" and Mrs Willlson Mrs Baillou
president with the dignity, respect' and In- not just Negro businesses. j I

telligence into law It' merits. He has had the pleasure of signing Inrn........1. t...1_.The. _uL so called_I' .. educated. Negro_ will have to _PW_ WWYL L_ .._._._.__._.
important -- '
many -'f'YU
measures for the benefit of all UU1; OJ tne Clouds and quit trying to be
the people of the United so big over nothing.
States, including :the controver I HOMES
sial Civil Rights Bill. His accomplishments are emblazoned 12. We must stop forgetting our friends 11------- Owner
on the statue books. I

As Al Smith used Ito say: Examine the record. In .. $300 down' $65 Mo.

spite of what may be said by his Republican, opponents, CBS, carport, appliances,
it is a record of which he can be justly proud. air condition, lovely. lot.

President Lyndon Johnson should be elected* for> the JUST REPOSESSEDBunche $9,500 total price.
next four years. See 1468 NW 37th St.

It's a pleasure for the *--_*
Miami Times to endorse Lyn- Park Area
don Johnson for the $350 down $71 Mo.
-
office of President
*
of the
( Unite
.
.
states."r ,, ,1.--'...,.-.., '" __I Gorgeous 3-bedroom like new CBS doll house. Fla. CBS, large rooms, 2
We have ,been in the' porches, best
Democratic corner for room. $100 down area, newly
many no closing
years. We are still there and we hope to remain there. cost. $80 month. decorated.

LEGAL REALTYPL See 280 NW 45th St.
MORE SCHOOL INTEGRATION

They have been a loner time coming but one by one 8-0290 MU 5.1941 Owner WI 5.9886

Southern schools fltrhtinjr Integration for have -- ".
years now Nights aa asu_ .ssw sasuu
begun accepting Negroes.' From reports' received there Sundays Weekdays
have been no trouble. DOMESTICHOUSEKEEPERS.

Among those making some effort to integrate<< are COOKS MAIDS MOTHER ,
Prince Edward County, Virginia; Mt. Sterling Kentuckv: COUPLE. For excellent HELPER live-4n! ,

Oadson. AJahR.mland Albany, Georgia. In Florida openings In New York and.Con..
Brevard County has integrated seven elementary schools. REGISTERTO nectfcut areas.

This county's first two elementary grades were integrated Local openIn and female -
under provisions a federal court approved plan domestic hotel employee,
which calls for gradual integration of the entire system restaurant: help, laundry etc

in the next three years. EMPLOYMENT .

THE DORA FAMILY 502 Ph.NW 757-7674 54th Street

Hurricane Cleo certainly' did her share of damatre. VOTE

Much of it is still undergoing' repairs etc. Following thisRoodlt A ClaulrUd I

< or not so good lady, comes her friend, Dora, smashIng :- Ad Will Pay

at the waterfronts' of our oldest city, St. Augustine l Off In Big Dividends




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Boycott Effective White North Dade I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA.

.
PTA to Meet SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1964 PAGE 5

Bomb Negro Store North Dade Junior Senior
High School will hold Its first
PTA meeting of the school year
CANTON, Miss, A bomb the structure standing Thursday, Sept. 17. The meet-
destroyed a grocery store serv- I Ing will be held in the auditorium REGISTER TO VOTESpecials
ing the Negro community here Authorities investigating the beginning at 8 p.m.
Sunday and authorities dis- blast then found two make- I
covered two unexploded bombs shift bombs in 'the store across Some highlights of the meeting's -
In another Negro' store across the street owned by a local agenda include the introduction
the street. Negro, George Washington. The of new teachers, a gen-
demolished store was white- eral outlining for the school
The two stores had been vir- owned but its patrons were year's activities, and assignments -
tually the only ones patronized mostly Negroes. for various committees. EDISON
by Negroes since a boycott of
white: stores was begun here as One unexploded bomb was
a civil rights project. found encased in a metal con-
tainer on the roof of the Wash- Singers Wanted Open Sunddy 3-6 p.m.
Local civil rights sources said ington store. Police found thata
the boycott by Negroes of the cable leading into the grocery Professional and semiprofessional 565 NW 44th Street
white business community was was attached to three sticks of singers are wanted to
about 85 per cent effective and dynamite.The play leading: roles and minor Very nice CBS home, tile roof, Fla. porch, garage,
had. angered white businessmen. roles in musical; comedy being city sewers $300 down FHA. $75 month.
Federal Bureau o f Investigation presented on Miami Beach. If
was reported to be interested call Blanche Callo-
A dynamite blast tore throughone 230 NW 40th StreetCBS
store, Joe and Bob's Gro- investigating the bomb inci- way, JE 2-6347 or PL 0-G383.

cery, leaving only two walls of dents tile roof, dining room, sewers, completely

The 'Times' Goes to FHA.fenced. $11,000 total. $68.95 month. $250 down


Drive Started ToA I Equip Playgrounds I College 9 mos. $3.50 0-

concentrated campaign for In the neighborhood."
;::;:: Drive the
equipment and supervising Besides equipment and train- by following then see Edison
playgroumtis In predominantly ed supervisors, parks need to 1 year guarantee
Negro areas was organized stay open later' at night. "They Picture Tube 530 NW 49th StreetCBS
Friday. are closing by the time the
Negro kids get home and eat supper," $16.95 home, almost new. Fla. porch, $300 down, FHA
parks have fewer iip-instailed free
Brooks said. no closing
Many playgroundsclose cost
swings and slides than white
neighborhoods. where they're at sundown. 696-3581
less needed, the 'crowd was Charles Lockhart and E. .2636 NW 62nd Street 520 NW 45th Street ,

told. Corbor are leading the organi- Rowimc TV 3-bedroom CBS, tile roof, Fla. room, garage' $350
zational chores of the drive.
Committees will map out down FHA.
the areas of greatest need, # -Lpran
then ask city and county commissions :.- 335
NW 43rd
for action. Street

The Idea started, with Luther !Iropicsj; 3-bedrooms' 2 baths, garage. $300 down, FHA, no I

Rental Brooks Agency., operator of Bonded closing cost $12,000 ,total.

445 NW
45th
StreetCBS
"I've
always said we should
... spend more on supervised home on corner, tile roof, Fla. room, no quaU.I .
parks. Juvenile Delinquencywill Eying, FHA '
mortgage
already' placed.
cost less," Brooks said. I
";,-, "You've got so many little kids .
whose parents both work. They -
don't have any place to' go. Largest selection of
bedlroom
From 7 to 17. that's the group H CBS duplexes
that needs help.
--e --
"Give them some action.
Some swings and basketball
courts and tether balls and ten- Are you being displaced? If so, contact us, as! we
nis courts. You'll see a change I have many, many properties for you. Only $100 cash


7 Brevard County 'I. I wiw .r fp.r + ..Nwr.I wnr.down..rwrrwrla l {

Schools Mixed I t I2ij'V w'.rlrrMli I tJ RrAtiydaY --


tary Approximately schools white Brevard were seven Integrated elemen-previously I \ :? 175 .62nd St. 751-2441

Tuesday without Incident officials -
said. ._...

No problems were reportedin

grades.connection of the first with and the second. integration !*-1 II I Attention!! Attention!!


School Superintendent Wood- CND:
row Darden said he was ex- SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
trement pleased with the overall THIS RACETRACK IS THE ONLY PLACE IN THE
smooth opening day opera- '
tions which included the! openIng WORLD WHERE THE WINDOWS CLEAN PEOPLEDLESTER'S ,
of seven new schools. "Sunshine Homes"
..tZ"""" "' M'It.." tL .r.
The county's first two elementary -
grades were Integrated -
under provisions of a federal PRODUCTSIs
court approved plan which BEAUTY *
calls for gradual Integration of Bringing to Miami
the entire system In the next
Now Open For Public Display
!three years.
AN EDUCATIONAL CLINIC

W. Palm Beach You) cannot afford to miss New Low Down Payment

Registers 2,231WEST ._. FEATURED ARTIST -
Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6
PALM BEACH A MRS. ELLA MONCUR p.m.
summer drive to register! Ne- International Master. Cosmetologist
ereet here the has rolls added the 2,231 National vot At Clyde Kittens' These new homes, have everything you

Association for the Advance- New Island Club
ment of Colored People said 1000 NW 2nd Avenue want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See
16.619
Tuesday. There are now
Negroes registered In the coun Monday and Tuesday them!


ty.Hit .Run Death Driver SEPTEMBER 21-22,1964 e ---

l.t t. Faces TrialA 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location of new home:

bound 54-year-old over Tuesday motorist for trial was Wednesday, September 23

on a charge that he left the Show Time 9 p jn. sharp ti--i Tables Free
scene after his car killed a 1940 N.W. 47th StreetEXCLUSIVE
four-year-old boy. Asal t'nt
State A'torney David I Good- ARTISTSAND: MODELS' DANCE
heart said. I
BY
,
'
Peace Justice Hugh DuVal CLINIC-
;; ordered Milton Holmes of 1745Ii Panel Discussion: ")Iow to bring your patrons back to the
: NW 52nd St., to trial In Criminal Inc.
I HalonV News Realty
Beauty
Court. ,..... Mr. r
H lmes is accused I nth e Panelists: Mr*. Opal King ) WIIhelmlnA Starker
", death n f Tony Beckerall o f David Port and )fr. )'eLe ter McKee. 4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
1501 NW 69th "St.. In an accident -, For farther Information call NE 5-2821
Aug. 1 at NW 15th Ave.f, .. t
and 60ih: dtreet.Catn ..





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
talcolm X Calls Johnson "The Fox"And
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1064 PAGE 7



Barry Goldwater "The Wolf"Says Negroes To Organize : f:,-


Either One mother, born of a white fatherin ti'tutes' and in the numbers
the British West Indies, is racket, selling narcotics, and

Will Eat Negro Kalamazoo In a State mental hospital in finally Imprisoned turning in to Charlestown Uurglarles, Republican Club Here

Former Black Muslim leader Malcolm told of drinking Mass in 10-10, Malcolm l began 0___
Malcolm X today described parties, becoming a "wild corresponding with Muhammad The Dade County; Repuwican nas been shown oy the ,National -
President Johnson as "the young Negro," using marijuana while he was confined. Following -! Executive Committee will! Headquarters Mr Peterson
in communication
fox" and Sen. ..Barry Goldwater and cocaine, and associa- his parole in 1952, he Join- formally charter the North- has been
as "the wolf" In the civil rights ting for years with a wealthy ed the Muslims, which suspended western Club on Saturday, with the National Clay Claiborne directors., Donald one of
married white woman he met him for his controversial -
fight at New York's Roseland Ball- remark that the assassination Sept. 12 at 4 p.m. Marcus A. E. Druid, a field worker from

In his autobiography pub- room where he was a shoeshIne of President Kenedy wasa Kyle, Republican County Com- the national headquarters, arrived -
lished in The Saturday Even- boy.Acknowledging. 'case of the chickens coming mittee Chairman, will presentthe from Washington 1 last
ing Post, the controversial Negro that he intentionally home to roost." It was then charter at an open to the week and conferred with Mrs.
who broke with the Muslims avoided the World that he decided to lead a new public meeting at the home of Price, club president well and
] to form his own sect said War I draft, Malcolm further mosque known as the Muslim the president, Mrs. Annie MarieC. other members, as as with
"the Mack man in America discussed working with pros- Mosque, Inc. Price, 1888 NW 5Gth St. Mrs Mr. Kyle, Mr. Peterson and
only needs to pick which one Florence H. Michael, 331 NW other prominent' Republicans,
he chooses to be eaten by, because I 1st place, Republican County all of whom have offered their
_ 1 help and backing. Local Republican -
they both will eat him. '" OJ ElectionBrochure Committeewoman, District 17,
worked with Mrs. Price in candidates have been
Refusing to endorse or rec- PHIL OSSOFER forming this new club. Invited to attend this charter
ommend either presidential Explains presentation and refreshmentswill
candidate, the Negro leader SAYS: Mrs. Price was born and educated be served.
said "if America's white votersdo Special BondAn in Atlanta, Ga., has u
install Goldwater the long record of dedicated work
black people would at least Hurricane Cleo blew away eight-pant "Program ofProgress" with' civic and social I groups in Young Demos MeetThe
for the City of Miami
know they were fighting an my complacent acceptance of Dade County. She is a mem-
honestly growling wolf rather is set forth in a brochure ber of the Bethel AME Church
,
electricity as a part of my dally Young Democratic Association
released
than a fox who could have life. When that blustering lady Tuesday L. by City past president of PhylJls: met on Wednesday,
them In his stomach and half- Manager Melvin Reese wheatley Art and Social Club
snuffed out my lights, It left Sept 0 in the Community
digested before they even me, (but only momentarily), The eight parts are ques- past president of the City Association Room of the Roosevelt Sav-
know what is happening' helpness and frustrated, withno tions appearing on the ballot as well as being active ings and .Loan Association.
Malcolm claiming respect for TV, no radio and no wayto for the Sept. 29 special bond in other civic affairs.
Goldwater "as a man," said the read my books. Cleo blew' election Items on the agenda Included -
Arizona, senator "isn't another me back one century, leaving, The officers of the North- the Florida Voters League
liberal Just trying to please only flickering candles and "The City of Miami has western Republican Club, in Convention on Sept. 20 and 27;
both racists and integrationists. kerosene lamps for enlight- made great progress !through addition to the president :are: the current Presidential Cam-
smiling at one, and whispering voter approval of bonds in tho ; Voters Registration
ment. How wonderful it was, Mrs. lona Dukes vice; Mrs. drive
to the other. Goldwater two days later, when the lights past now again you can David Mumford, secretary; J, } and subsequent) "Get Out
.
flatly tells the black man he's were were turned on! What a vote for progress, Miami freeholders C. Chandler, treasurer: Mrs. The Vote," etc.
not for the black man. His poli- grateful feeling I had for are informed. secretary; Rev. L. V. Wilson,

cies make the black-white issue the blessing of light, to say The pamphlet is going to all Francis Miller, corresponding
black more "clear-cut for the nothing of the other wonderful homes in the City of Miami, chaplain. REDUCELose
man. benefit of electricity now at via the Sanitation Department
A Goldwater accord- our fingertips. Robert A. Peterson, county to 6 pound
victory, Copies are also available at all director for the up _
Ing to Malcolm, would force Still, as I mentioned, my branches of the Cilty: of Miami Goldwater
Negroes to fight harder and be helpnessness and frustration library system and at city offices has movement Informed in Dade County, weekly
and remained but for the National Republican Dr.
more demanding aggres- a moment forI Long
sive, "While the black man under realized that I still had a In addition to briefly des- Headquarters t h a t|
the liberal 'fox' could keepon source of light which no hur- cribing the eight parts of the the there second Is what Negro is believed to be I 1545 S.W. lit St.

sitting around, begging and ricane, however strong, could Sept. 29th bond issue, the club In the country located I FR 3.2748
passive-resisting:: for another blowout. It was the light revealed brochure lists the 70 voting here. A deal of interest
100 years, waiting for time' in the Holy Scriptures, locations in the City of Miami, great i I
and for 'goodwill' to solve his a light lasting not only for the and give other essential data.
problems." duration of our earthly lives, \
but for eternity. How often the Registration for the special HOMEOWNERSCONSOilDATJ
"The black In America
man ,
election closes at 5
Mon
when he awakens, when he becomes prophets speak of this ever- p.m. YOUR lllill'
-
day, Sept. 14 City of Miami i .
lasting light! It has been
intellectually mature, freeholders who have not \ AVAtlABlI MOM

registered
and offered to
proclaimed man-
when he becomes able to think
l1KtOlIlMj ER
or registered for the
kind '
far himself, then he will be since The beginning of his- first time as freeholders-since IHVESTMEHIS I IHC.
tory, even to those who never
able to make independent
more
choices." knew the blessing of electricity August 10 may do so at the PHONE 681.4133
that giver of physical light. Voter Registration office on t
In his autobiography from a Space does not allow room the first floor of the M e t r o
I.Justice Building x351 ....-
N1
forthcoming Doubleday book, folio ll these )prophetic pxhorfrron _. +*,** ,a nou ,,r : 2 h .L
Malcomb relates events of an ? Joth'orcTTnTre"Testaments I tv 30OOCX3OCX3OOOOOOC:
childhood in Lansing' raw
Mich unhappy!, where his preacherfather : "For the commandment Non-Surgical Office Treatment 1
was murdered by two is a lamp and the law is
white men, life In a detention light.; (Proverbs G:23.: ) "They RUPTURE o PILESItertnl
home and later living in Bos- (G<*i's) wora is a lamp under f i1nltMp
Veins
iHspnwin Varicose ,
< ,
and finally in Harlem. His my feet, and a light unto my w
ton path. (Psalms 119:105.: ) "I .I'roNtate No I lost time -

(Christ) am the light of the DlKonrd Truss Upon Correction I
of Rupture low cost.
world: he that followeth me
Registration! Moves shall never walk in darkness, DR. LONG'S CLINIC
but shall have the light of life"
limb WV .Ht St. Fit 3-2748
Final Phase
Into (John 8:12): ).

Free holder registration for When we accept God's light 3OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCREV.
City of Miami ana which never fails, we need
upcoming
fear no darkness caused by
elections moves
bond
county Into its final phase this week I hurricanes or the treachery of LAURA ) .f,

with the closing of all but six man's Inhumanty to man. Spiritualist Reader and 7c
condition of our ,
The present 1
registration offices.Twentytwo world Indicates that many are Advisor LD ;; !
locations -I that eternal light 1
temporary not respecting Healing and blessings toGod's
around Dade. County closeat continuing to watK In the dark- Powers
5 Sept. 9, said neidstran.- npss of hate, fear and nrcjudlco. -
tion p.m.Supervisor Tho 'e nro th\ h'"I' '. and! One visit will convince you 1; t '
Brown Registration will continue thoe )leading the )l/.lml. that Rev. Laura will help
to be taken however at When at last we all obey the through her power of
the elections Division Officedowntown JI ht- lvlnlt commandments of you s sc
Miami, 1351 NW IZtn the Holy Spirit, as revealed in blessings.
St and at city halls Jn lUateah the Scriptures, the road) to universal DONATIONS ONLY
Coral 1 Gables, Miami Beach, peace will be mad e UN 6.5882
North Miami ,and North Miami evident enabling use( as the one
612 71st Street
Beach.. fold) to follow the One Shepherd '
to that glorious city of Miami Beach
Freeholder rolls were cancelled the Kingdom of Heaven on
Take L bus
who
August 10, so only those Earth. '4
hav e registered since that date -__ ,f
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oretcityounty Registration balloting deadlines Sept.Nov.are 29 3.6ion JET TV CLINIC .4 *14 lt

mT 14 for the city elec-
andSept.5 p.m. Oct.. 3 for the l ; -O\.

county' election. HOME SERVICE CALLS ,$1.00 In Fine Whiskey.'. .

Temporary Baptist sub-offices Church are: of Day or NightWe FLEISCHMANN'S

BtSche Park, 15700 NW 22nd Service All Makes ., .


Ave.Scott Community Center, HI-FI' and'STEREOS is the BIG buy !

7200 Neal's NW Supermarket 27th Ave. 4825 NW We Also Rent w-N--- I I IT r; '

27th A veVacant. \, TV's by the week or month will t1eyotIwhyl
Store, 510 Perrlne 7/le !irsf ,
Ave.
Vacant Store, 14520 Lincoln 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone t'SLNDED
Blvd, Richmond Heights
11700Hainlin
School,
Mavs High 1ILHI
Drive.St. FR 4-2044 WHISKEY'' $A PROOF.C0RP0RATI0NNEWYORK E6% GRAIN NEUIRALiSPIRITS CITY,,.
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Coach Oliver Says N. D. '




Ready For Mays ToniteBy DEAD BODIES FOR SALEM


RG n. Nixon HB
Vernon' Jackson Nesbltt' A. Taylor
and Margaret Sweeting II. T'nquist RT i. Hll
J. Newton RE J. RolleT. terfered with a licensed funeral direc-
As a h I g h school football Wells QB A. EdwardsF. first article dealing with DEAD lawful custody of a rfead
North Dade High T- M attempted'' to tor having
opener Flowers FBH. CherryD. Q BODIES FOR SALE his
of
Birds have picked a tough opponent Griffin nun V. Roberts attention of the general human body in the performance
the
\ In the Mays High Rams G. Arline LHB A. Jenkins bring to : duty as such funeral director; is
who they will meet on thee public practices by certain local funeral in enterprise or plan
participating any
Junior College gridiron on Sat-
who
directors :
urday, Sept 12 at 8 p.m. Former Miamian Is therein, whereby the public is defrauded

It will lie remembered that High Labor 1. Employ persons to serve as "run- ,"
the Rams trampled over the
interfere with the
T-Blrds last year (to a 41-0 OfficialHilton ners, attempts to in So it becomes obvious from these
deceased
the
of the family of
choice
score and the team finishedthe of the law that members of
season with a 1-0 record. E. Hanna, executive their choice of a funeral director for provisions
However, the story has changed .- assistant of the AmalgamtedMeat burial arrangements by offering com- the public can take action against/ unscrupulous -
out' Opa-locka way and the Cutters and Butcher and by mak- funeral directors when they
prices
boys are more determined Workmen of North America, petitive "bargain" around and! attempt and under-
than they have been for several with headquarters in Chicago, ing false statements about the char- come who alreadyhad
seasons that this is their Ill?, was among officers In attendance acter or services of the funeral direc bid other funeral directors
year. at 21st general convention who first chosen. l lawful custody of bodies plaited
tor was
of that body, held a with them for services. It is also ob
Among many newcomers to Hollywood Fla., recently. ,
the squad and a new head vious that whenever anyone approachesa
I Use called friends of the familyto
lflamlI
former 2.
Hanna is a so
coach maybe the big reason for I member of a bereaved family and
all of the optimism. Accord- an, having lived here during persuade the bereavedl! persons to
Ing to Head Coach Percy Oliver the twenties with his aunt and II choose a certain: funeral director by that person has reasonable grounds to
who was a star when he uncle, the late Rev. and Mrs.J I paying a secret "commission* for in- believe that the person has been paidor
Roker.
played for Illi serhe. has Washington His A. parents died during his I fluencing the choice of the family in- promised a cash price or something
and o Jarge
value them to give
early childhood. During his 1 volved. else of to persuade
squad of 67 men; bigger and
heavier men; plans to use any year at Tuskegee Institute, 'the body of their parted loved one to a
both his uncle and aunt became funeral director for service
available
certain
of four
one quarterbacks -
sick. But he went righton The public was also invited to give
based on yardage gained; Instituteand then such at: person has a right under
through Hampton the
serious thought concerning
and will probably use a captainfor some
each game.SpeakIng the University of Wisconsin. integrity' of a funeral director who the law to report said practices to the
.
of this newcomer During the past four years always seems to have the knack for State Board.

who show great promise he he was the recipent of the being first on the scene of drownlngs,
mentioned freshmen Jenkins, following awards The: Good shootings, knifings, automobile acci- What can you do and how can you
LHB; Roberts, RHB; Harris, I American Award of the Chicago dents and other deaths' by violent and advise your friends when confronted by
LO sophomore Newton, RE Committee of One Hundred; unethical practices on the part of A
and Hixson, Bli, a Junior. the Brotherhood Award of the accidental means especially where
Chicago Conference for Broth- these funeral directors appear at the funeral director or embalmer?
Coach Oliver In his
was high
erhood: the Coronet Award homes of the family of :the deceased
praise of his coaching staff. He
said 'that each man Is work- business"for high and ethical professional standards life"in with the news of the death before the First, make a written note of what

ing time to meet the challenge. by !St Ewards UnIversIty, Austin family has received the news from any occurred as soon as possible. Be sure to
They are: V. Wilder, defense; R. Texas; and the Immigrant other source. includle the name of the funeral direc-
Thornton 'offense L. Daniels,
;
Service League of Chicago tor embalmer, or person who contacted -
center and 'guard; R. Young, ,
Labor Man of the Year Awardfor
offenseive back; T. Anderson, "distinguished service In How can the average citizen protecthis you in the behalf of (the embalmeror
ends and M. Fox, defensive chosen field. family from such unscrupulous funeral director. Try and obtain the

backs. He Is the author of "Picket practices? names and the addresses of the per-
The following players were
and the Pen The Pat Gor- sons who approached you and find out
given as the probable starting
: man Story," and has travelled what their racial positions are! with
lineups
has
abroad on missions as Labor Much of the general public nev-
OFFENSIVE Specialist for the U. S. State er heard! of the STATE BOARD OF the funeral home, If possible. Reportall
R. Wise LE E. Bethunen.S i Department, U. S. Information FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM- instances of a funeral director mak-
ru LT J. On. Service and for the International A of Florida. Yet ing statements .about another funeral
1 BALMERS for the State
Union to which he be-
Harris
J. Harvey LG W. s director's character or services directly

',.- C1Joncs ""'Q L.Walto> n_,..,)longs_....."..: ".0 --r.:_-..'_.-I,............!!-_'.;:....',.,.......... ':"'this: the wl.rn"very agency...Il..a..ed to which bv un.crupu'VUlt one- to the funeral director about whom
r"gBn WU .VJI.u.a.... **.it-vrm. malting the statements. In ad
LIB CITY various members of a family attempt- dition, put down those statements in
ing to persuade them to change their writing as: soon as possible together

choice of funeral directors by telling with the names and addresses of all

falsehoods about the funeral director persons who happen hear the statements

DRIVEIN THEATRE who was first chosen. This same Boardis made. Compare your versionof

interested in all unscrupulous prac- the facts with the other witnesseswho

22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres tices as they affect various members of may have heard the offensive offers -

COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX our community when ,they are broughtto or statements made to you so that
: their attention in the proper way. you can determine whether or not your

1-7959 22nd Ave and 69th St. Acually, the main purpose of ,the Boardis recollection is accurate. Determine

NOW SHOWING to be, sure that qualified people en- whether or not the people who heard

ter the field of embalming and funeral such statements or offers are willing to

directing and they refrain from victim- tell their story to the Stale Board.

NOWOPENUMMEMIVBt izing the general public with the unscrupulous -

and unethical practices. And These recommended procedures are

so among other things they provide also: urged upon the interested* publicnot

that an embalming license may be revoked only where statements or offers

1 by the Board! when he (1) but also where any of the other previously -

I 1 1 1 has willfully interfered with a licensed discussed unscruplous practices

1 embalmer having lawful custody of a affect you or your family, some loved
dead human body in the performance one or friend. These recommendations

of his duty to embalm said body1; of making a written note, of checkingwith

has paid or caused to be paid any sum the various witnesses to test your

of money or other valuable consideration recollection and) their, making sure

to any person to secure business or of the funeral director's or embalmer'snames

MgR IH I through such person." The Board also addresses and the making of aj]

provides that a funeral director may summary of exactly what was said or
have his licenses revoked!? when he hast offered are all designed to enable the

((1) has paid or caused to be paid public to make an intelligent written

any sum of money or other valuable comp ;nt under oath which has to be

consideration to any person to secure filed with the State Board in order to

business from or through such person; begin action against the funeral director -

(2) has caused the defamation ofa or embalmer involved to have his
?I N duly licensed funeral director in this or her funeral director's or embalmer's
I
State by falsely imputing to him this license suspended or revoked.

( Honorable condUct, inability to
per
I >I' fv vy. .
> .. form contracts, ,or the handling of inferior MORE ABOUT HOW TO BRING i

1 : merchandise; has employed, UNSCRUPULOUS FUNERAL DIRECTORS

retained, or otherwise engaged agentsto AND EMBALMERS BEFORE

solicit business; has willfully in. THE STATE BOARD NEXT WWEK.
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and merit. Discrimination on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1964 PAGE 9rJiuunntnotnlmnntDlflintlnitotnnnnntoflntrtrmttonntltflfrt

/the ground of race should not '
LET'S ,
TALK POLITICS be a factor. If artificial barriers ( tlujfnttantUl7fl" .

are allowed to intervene to CLYDE K1LLENS' NEW
restrict or obstruct the natural
By NORMAN E. JONES talents and opportunities of

Historical Backgonnd and Fraternal of the Organizations Negro in Politics the Church !the clearly members the dollars of any spent group by, Island Club

such a group for the necessitiesof
life fall short of their 1000
broad- N.
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est function to those who earn
RIOTS ARE MORE 8,915 Oriental employees was and spend them. Their dollars WELCOMES YOU
ECONOMIC
THAN CIVIL $9,253,000 as against the annual are bereft of their power to
RIGHTS
payroll of $8,523,300 for the employ. TO ANOTHER

The recent riots in New York 12,561 Negro employees engaged -
They are robbed EXCITING
in
in'commerce.If so far WEEKEND
City's Harlem and the Negro as the restricted'
ghetto In Rochester, have !their the Negro's retail com of one of group their most is. concerned FBI. SAT. SUN. SEPT. I 11,12,13 I

underlying motivation a resentment merce could be developed in valuable factors that of
based on the denialof the same proportion to population ,creating employment available "The Fabulous"FOUR
economic rights in their own as "native whites" instead to that group, a function which
community rather than the of 25,000 stores employing 12- every spent dollar helps to FALCONS
denial of civil rights. 000 with an annual payroll perform for somebody. t

The violation of the civil slightly there in excess of $8,000,000 I The prophetic vision of M. S. .. '"
rights of some Negro citizens, would be more than Stuart, the author of these
merely provides the fuse which 162,000 retail stores employing quotes, clearly points out the
ignites the potentially explo- more than 381,000 persons with real haste problem of the Negro
sive long and deeply harbored like an annual payroll of something In America, the real rea-
resentment of t h e economic $422,000,000. son for the 'riots, whicn should

stronghold within and other While hope for any such realization be. called "Hunger lUots,"
ethnic groups have on every is too rather than civil rights disor
,: sanguine to be
Negro community in America. entertained yet the figures ders. The entire civil rights
above be of I movement is factually mote
For example, comb may comparative
every
Negro comimunl'ty' in Americaand value in showing how little I deeply based on the denial oi
figure the percentage of Negro business has been expanded economic opportunity than on
Negro owned liquor' outlets, and how few It employs the denial of social equality. t >r(,
bars kage stores against and serves. They leave no
those owned by whites and doubt of the woeful! lack of development -
other ethnic groups and there of the so-called Ne-
will be found', the basic cause gro business economy! ti t.t
of the deep Negro e V4. ASi
resentment,
In the light of these
condi-
which causes the rioting, in ''tions. '
which looting stores becomes 1
gro talent in
themajor? objective rather than leadership and
icigy' must in '
the
fut !
killing white
people. encouraged to concern itself Y .:
5'
I cite the liquor outlets because with developing a separate and 4' '
as different from other distinct Negro commerce if 1IMl'
retail businesses, the state' the undertaking, obviously beset -
holds the direct power to grant with queer and complicated
liquor licenses, and no amountof difficulties' is not impractical
capital, initiative, education and fantastic then there 1 =(
can,possibly get a liquor license should not only be an announced -
without a strong 'In' of a po approval and general support -
liticalna'ture and who controls of the policy, but a con- e .
politics in America, white crete program, perhaps with
people of course. special governmental support,
for developing this field on a
Some of the problems America wider more useful and self-

is now. facing .was pointed sustaining scale. '
out In a DOCK, "An Economic
Detour," written by M. S. Stu- Surely it is known tha't' there ,f'ytk ,
is
art, a Negro and published in no private Negro capital suf- !
flcent to finance the .._
1940, even in those daystfcfore proper ex- """
the pansion. Private white \' "I'VE FOUND A LOVE"
strong fight for civil philanthropy ALtJ PRtE>CNA 'ANA''rrlm:\i.
rights' Mr. Stuart foresaw that has given constant PLUS -
evidence BEUS< MAY: MAKTO 3 T 'Ii'L I n ADULT MATINEE
the basic problem the through these years Exotic Dancer,and
of Negro Comedian
DONATION 6-9
in America that lit' Is not Interested In this *0 nOD P.M.
the
was lack of his
own! economic development in phase of the Negro's progress. SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF I LATIONGO EVERY TUES. NIGIIT
'his own community and t h development It appears then IS*that poaauJloonly*h turner 'At'Lae ISLAND CLUB DANCERS AMATEUR NIGHT
'aaU010'NQ -d. .
lack of his participation ij eJ.91w( to*. r-iAr
tf/
greater other
through some of !1f
program :
: '
dent and treasurer. She : NlGllT
in the mainstream of American a more comprehensive nature "'..."...,. .. ""'-- .... __
of the ordained ministers.
economy.I than now obtains. one COMING NEXT WEEK SEPTEMBER 18 19 20 -
Our charter is registered In
quote from the "pages of The privilege of being patrons Ilrownrd and Dade Counties Ruby & The Romantics
"An Economic Detour. in support of any enterprise -
"The underdeveloped statue' ought to carry with it L. HUNTER, D.D. vlouflluautcnuuttuutouuuunoomuuunlDnnuulmonnuuuttonnnuuuon uP

of the Negro's commerce em- the opportunity to be employedin 1657 NW 73rd St.

phaizes this fact; Out of 5,000- .the work such a business .,.,.. 1H I
11
000 Negroes gainfully employed : i----* -*- -*--i---*- -- '*- Home Study Course For

in 1930( none were engagedin '" to__--....to__--....to___"' ..to_.,-....,. _-..w to.,...I"II..I.!. .
operating wholesale storesor -- CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSP.

i O. BOX 174 Branch .
factories except a few dealing ftratigny 757-WIO
in toilet and hygienic goods.In SIR JOHN HOTELQ MIAMI: FIxmiDA 3.1108
copyright 1002
Negro retail stores of all
kinds 28,243 proprietors employed DO l'OUVANT A BETTER! FUTURE? ................ .................

only 12,501 personswith KNIGHT BEATPROUDLY a WOULD YOU 1'RRPARH FOIL (2OVEKNMKNT WORK? ........
an annual payroll of
$8,523,300. If w fill out tills form and mall It today to tho nbovo .... .
At the same time 213,000 address, even If 'you kayo failed before, you may qualify

Orientals in this country who had PRESENTS Date ..,*. 100........
6,432 store proprietors q
employed 8,916 persons; and FOR ALL THOSE JAZZ LOVERS Aa Nil I"*, ........ Phone No ........
yet the annual payroll of these t
Addrtt'lH ....M............... City and State ...
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Ape .............. :Marital Status No. of Dependent.......
DOMESTIC HELP a
MAIDS, HOUSEKEEPERSCOOKS 1. Did you finish high Hchool ........ High Hcliool .-.

MOTHER'S HELPERS College ..
COUPLES. For excellent live- t
In New 'york and 2. Do you really want to work fojr tlio Government? .
in
openings The One and
Connecticut areas. Transportation -, Only .,. What kind of work would you like to do?....................

advanced. No deposit, '.o .1. Have you taken a Civil Service Exam ....... Recultn .......

red Local tape.openings also male and female Roach 4. Have you wiled for a Civil Hervlc Exam .......

domestics, hotel em- Max :5. Are you n veteran Dq you draw dlmiblllty? .......

ployees, laundries, etc. (I. Would .you bo willing to upend a little money for the
A.aoc.Employment .
Burlang C nutterlalfl that you would use? ..........*......
Agency QUARTETTE 4 8. Would you sincerely go through tbl training UNTIL
502 N.W. 54th Street 9
Phone 757-7674 K you reached success?.?.

-- AND BEAUTIFULABBEY Jj 0. What ktnid erf work do you do now? ......?...

Q 10. What bourn do yon work at present? ....................................
FOR SALE 10 APTS. Q If you will fill out thin form, mall It to n. we will return
Two 2-bedroom, 8 1-bedroom LINCOLN notify you UN what you mn qualify for, approximately. how
air condition, furnish long it will take yon to prepare yourself and the law-low
cost of our nervlce.
ed CBS, sprinkler system, 9TNEWORLD.'S "HUCCKHB".can 1m your If you are willing to prepare for It
hardwood floors, laundry, WilY DON'T.OU' THY Thousands
? have reached flu< next to Grand Union store, No.1 JAZZ DRUMMER'w. through this' training. Yon may also II yon are willing to
close to downtown, restricted study and prepare yourself. Don't delay, mall this form to-
day. Think of your,future.
location. Saleby,,owner. WilY WOKK FOR, PRIVATE ENTERPRISE When
$30,000 down. This property sincerely suggest yon seethe, other shows In town, may ixMnlbly work for your government with fringe tene-yon

sale'.less than cost. FR 6 tb.n..t the Knight Beat for the greatest pay IktM, raises such an and paid n future.vacaUon| sick leave with pay, regular

.97633., Call after 5 Civil ServIce often
p.niS12 J equal job opportunity for oil raceL."l *
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Ready For Mays ToniteBy I r DEAD BODIES FOR SALE i iI


Vernon Jackson Nesbitt A. Taylor RG n. Hixon, HB
and Margaret SweetingAs H. T'nqulst RT J. Hill
J. Newton RE J. RolleT.
a h I g h school football Wells QB A. Edwards I The first article dealing with DEAD terfered with a licensed funeral Rector -
opener, North Dade High T- F. Flowers FB H. Cherry I BODIES FOR SALE attempted'' to having lawful custody of a dIeahuman
Birds have picked a tough opponent RobertsG. of his
D. Griffin RHB V. body in the performance
In the Mays High Rams Arline LHB A. Jenkins 1 bring to the :attention of the general is
director .
who they will meet on the public practices by certain local funeral duty as such funeral ;
Junior College gridiron on Sat- who participating in any' enterprise or plan
j directors
) urday, Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. Former Miamian Is : therein whereby the public is defrauded. -

It will lie remembered that ."
High Labor 1. Employ persons to serve as "run-
t the Rams trampled over the
T-Blrds last ners," attempts interfere with the
year (to a 41-0
score and the team finishedthe Official choice of the family of the deceased in So it becomes obvious from these

season with a 1-D record. Hilton E. Hanna, executive their choice of a funeral director for provisions of the law that members of
However, the story has changed assistant of the AmalgamtedMeat burial arrangements by offering com the public can take action against unscrupulous -
out Opa-loclta way and the Cutters and Butcher
funeral directors when they
boys are more determinedthan Workmen of North America, petitive "bargain" prices and by mak-
they have been for several with headquarters in Chicago, ing false statements about the character come around and! attempt and under-
seasons that this is their Ill?, was among officers In attendance or services of the funeral direc- bid other funeral directors who already \
I
year. at 21st general con- I tor who was first chosen. had l lawful custody of bodies plabed:
vention of that held
Among many newcomers to Hollywood. Fla., recently.body, a I with them for services. It is also obvious -
,the squad and a new head
coach maybe the big reason for Hanna Is a former lIJamlI I 2. Use so called friends of the familyto that whenever anyone approachesa
j all of the optimism. Accord- an, having lived here during persuade the bereaved! persons to member of a bereaved family and
ing to Head Coach Percy Oliver the twenties with his aunt and choose a certain funeral director by that person has reasonable grounds to
uncle the late Rev. and Mrs.J. .
,
who was a star when he
believe that the has been paidor
played for Booker T. Washington A. Roker. paying a secret "commission" for in- person
and Illinois, he has Jarge His parents died during his fluencing the choice of the family in promised a cash price or somethingelse
squad of 67 men; bigger and early childhood. During his volved. of value to persuade them, to give
heavier men; plans to use any year at Tuskegee Institute, 'the body of their parted loved one to a
berth his uncle became
and aunt -
one of four quarterbacks avail-
able, based on yardage gained; sick. But he went right The public was also invited to give certain funeral director for service
and will probably use a captainfor on through Hampton Instituteand some serious thought concerning the then such a: person has a right under

each game.Speaking the University of Wisconsin. integrity' of a funeral director w h oalways the law to report said practices to the

of this newcomer During the past four years I seems to have the knack for State Board.
who show great promise he he was the recipent of the I being first on the scene of drownings,
mentioned freshmen Jenkins, following awards The: Good automobile acci- What do and how
I shootings, knifings, can you can you
LHB; Roberts, RHB; Harris, American Award of the Chicago
LO, sophomore Newton, RE Committee of One Hundred-; dents and other deaths by violent and! advise your friends when confronted by
and HIxson, HU, a junior. the Brotherhood Award of the accidental means especially where unethical practices on the part of A

Coach Oliver was high In his Chicago Conference for Broth- these funeral directors appear at the funeral director or embalmer?
praise of his coaching staff. He erhood: the Coronet Award"for homes of the family of the deceased
ethical In
said 'that each man Is work- business high and professional standards life" with the news of the death before the First, make a written note of what
ing time to meet the challenge.
They are: V. Wilder, defense; R. by St. Ewards University, AusI I family has received the news from any occurred as soon as possible. Be sure to
Thornton, 'offense; L. Daniels, tin, Texas; and the Immigrant other source. include the name of the funeral direc-
center and guard; R. Young, Service League of Chicago
offenseive back Labor Man of the Year Award tor, embalmer, or person who contacted -
ends and M. ;Fox T., Anderson defensive, for "distinguished service In How can the average citizen protecthis you in the behalf of the embalmeror
backs. chosen field. family from such unscrupulous funeral director. Try and obtain the

The following players were He is the author of "Picket practices? names and the addresses of the per-
given as the proUable starting and the Pen" The Pat Gor- sons who approached you and find out
man Story, and has travelled
lineups:
OFFENSIVER. abroad on missions as Labor Much of the general public has nev- what their racial positions afro with
Specialist for the U. S. State er heard) of the STATE BOARD OF the funeral home, if possible. Reportall
Wise LE E. Bethune Department, U. S. Information
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM- instances of a funeral director mak-
R. Sparks LT J. Orr\ Service and for the Interna-
J. Harvey LO W. Harris s tional Union to which he belongs I BALMERS for the State of Florida. Yet ing statements about another funeral

C.., Tones..p,,.,...,. L. Walton, ,, this the to which n director's character or services directly -
-'-- ...n.-..' .'_ ".. -u...,.. ...._.. I very agency 0 egann
the funeral director about whom
ftftn. e "' bv to
-'Top.ed un.crupuIVUIt
Q 11 a.....'-.... jlT" '* .. .Iclnir the statements. In a.ddition -
LIB CITY various members of a family attempt- put down those statements in
ing to persuade them to change their writing as soon as possible together

choice of funeral directors by telling with the names and addresses of all

DRIVE- THEATRE falsehoods about the funeral director persons who happen to hear the statements -
who was first chosen. This same Board made. Compare your versionof

is interested in all unscrupulous prac- the facts with the other witnesses
22nd Ave.
and Palm
Drive-in Theatres tices as they affect various who
members of may have heard the offensive of-

COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX our community when they are broughtto fers or statements made to you so that

1-7959 their attention in the proper way. you can determine whether or not your
22nd Ave. and 69th St. Acually, the main purpose of the Board! recollection is accurate. Determine

NOW SHOWINGNOWOPEN is to be sure that qualified people en- whether or not the people who heard

ter the field of embalming and funeral such statements or offers are willing to

directing and they refrain from victim- tell their story to the State Board.

izing the general public with the unscrupulous -

and unethical practices. And These recommended procedures are

so among other things they provide also urged upon the interested! publicnot
that an embalming license be only where
may revoked statements or offers
1t by the Board! when he ((1)) but also where any of the other
1 1 1 has willfully interfered prev-
t with licensed
J M A M a iously discussed unscruplous practices
embalmer having lawful custody of a affect you or your family, some loved
dead human body in the performance one or friend. These recommendations

of his duty to embalm said body; of making a written note, of checkingwith
m&mi has paid or caused to be paid any sum the various witnesses to test your

of money or other valuable consideration recollection and!! their, making sure
to any person to secure business or of the funeral director's or embalmer's

through such person." The Board also names, addresses and the making of aj
provides that
funeral
a director may summary of exactly what
was said or
have his licenses revoked! when he has: offered are all designed to enable the

\ (1) has paid or caused to be paid public to make an intelligent written

II I I any sum of money or other valuable compact. under oath which has to be

I consideration to any person to secure filed with the State Board in order to
XMjitE NEVER I business from or through such person; begin action against the funeral direc-

THECADDp I (2)) has caused the defamation ofa tor or embalmer involved to have his

WYOUNGI I I duly licensed funeral director in this or her funeral director's or embalmer's

( & ( State by falsely imputing to him this license suspended or revoked.

Honorable conduct, inability to per-
form contracts' ,or the, handling of inferior MORE ABOUT HOW TO BRING

merchandise has employed, UNSCRUPULOUS FUNERAL DIRECTORS -
retained, or otherwise engaged'agenia AND
EMBALMERS
I to solicit business; has willfully in THE STATE BOARD NEXT WWEK.BEFORE



The Committee for Ethical Practices

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LET'S I (the ground of race should not i ,
TALK POLITICS be a factor. If artificial barri- ,( ) mrn.

ers are allowed to intervene to CLYDE KILLENS' NEW
restrict or obstruct the natural
By :NORMAN\ E. JONES talents and opportunities of

Historical Background Fraternal of theNegro Organizations in Politics, the Churchand clearly!the members the dollars of any spent group by, Island Club

such
a group for the necessities
--- - of life fall short of their
- broadest 1000 N. W. 2nd AVENUE
RIOTS function to those who earn
ARE
ECONOMIC THAN MORE 8,915 Oriental employees was and spend them. Their dollars WELCOMES YOU
RIGHTS CIVIL $9,253,000 as against the annual are bereft of their power to I
payroll of $8,523,306 for the employ. TO ANOTIIER

The recent riots In! New York 12,561 Negro employees engaged -
City's Harlem and the Negro in'commerce. They are robbed, in so far EXCITING WEEKEND
the
as
ghetto in Rochester, have !their If the Negro's retail com- cerned restricted of one of group their most Is, con- FRI. SAT. SUN. SEPT. 11,12,13
underlying motivation }
a resentment merce could be developed in valuable factors that of
based on the denialof the same proportion to popula- creating employment available "The Fabulous"FOUR
,
economic rights in their own tion as "native whites" instead to that group, a function which
community rather than the of 25,000 stores employing 12- every spent dollar helps to
denial FALCONS
of civil rights. ())OO with an annual payroll perform for somebody.The ,- .. .,
The violation of the slightly in excess of $8,000,000 : ,t' "" VS rr
civil there would be prophetic vision of M S. ;j,,., ---.ii--- ; \> Mr *,ff*
rights of more *
some Negro citizens, than Stuart, the author of these ., -
merely provides the fuse which 162,000 retail stores employing quotes, clearly points out the t ,: '. .:i:, > **ty V *
more than :
ignites the 381,000 persons with real ,, t '
bUslc
potentially explo- problem of the Negro .." tM
sive long and deeply harbored like an annual payroll of something !In America, the real rea- J::, '"- j jI'VE
'
resentment of t h e economic $422,000,000. son for the riots, whicn should ", ,IA. : J

stronghold within and other While hope for be called "Hunger Riots," t! ,\': .. ''I.," ,
ethnic groups have on every is any such realization rather than civil rights disorders 1Jt-J'n...: ;. .., ...
Negro community in America. 'too sanguine to ,be The entire ... 'ttr' .;(..tt..1I' ...:'
civil
entertained yet the figures rights \ "f,<"' '... 14"1' :
movement is '' iI,..
N For example, comb every above may be of comparative fac'lually mole w' ,. I
Negro community' in America value in showing how little deeply based on the denial of '", I-I-{' \
and figure the percentage of Negro business has been expanded economic opportunity than on '

\Negro.._-- ---"owned. liquor outlets, and: and how few it employs the denial of social equality is .4
.J"i ana pacKage stores against' serves. They leave nocioubt ..
those owned by Whites and f of the woeful lack of de- -
other ethnic groups and there velopment) of the so-called. Negro -'
will be found the basic cause business economy!
of the deep Negro resentment r
In the light of these
which causes the in condi- I
'
rioting i
'lions
which looting stores becomes it seems plain that if Negro r:
talent
!in
the leadership and
fmajor objective rather than _
killing white people.I lel'6Y' must In the hit __ wi
encouraged to concern Itself
cite the liquor outlets because with developing a separate and .hr,
as different from other distinct Negro commerce if r',t
retail businesses, the state' the undertaking, obviously beset -
holds the direct power to grant with queer and complicated
liquor licenses, and no amountof difficul'ties' is not impractical
capital, initiative, educationcan and fantastic then there p.
possibly get a liquor license should not only be an announced (, k I Ir
without a strong 'In' of a political approval and general support -
:nature' and who controls of the policy, but a con-
politics in America, white crete program, perhaps} with
people of course. special governmental support,
far developing this field on a
Some of the problems Amer- wider more useful and self-
ica is now facing was pointedout sustaining scale.
in a book, "An Economic '
Detour," written by M. S. Stu- Surely It is known tha't' there !
art, a Negro and published in is no private Negro capital suf-
____
fi_pnt tn riMi"" 4- : ....
1910, even in those daysttefore ?UW w. itiiuuic; me proper ex '
the strong fight for civil q pansion. Private white phi ALL \''flttKNDflBEltg ;:''ANU"111EM-: FOUND A LOVE"
'' lanthropy has : _____
given
righ'Ls, Mr. Stuart foresaw that constant AIAY JklAira PLUS ADULT MATINEE
the basic problem of the evidence through these years THEIR, Exotic Dancer
Negro and
in America was the lack of his that 1't i't is not interested in this DONATION TO TIlE Comedian 6 9 P.M.

own! economic development in phase of the Negro's progress. SPIRITUAL TEMPLE OF LATIONGO EVERY TUBS. NIGHT

his own community and the development It appears then la*that p08SU1.IEPonIY fho : At ''Ul8, av latl.'D'v. .... ISLAND........, CLUB DANCERS AMATEUR NIGHT
r.r,' ...... -... .. .
greater lack of his participationin -I ..,5,- _, "" ,
through some other program of dent and treasurer. She i t. also u" __.Jq't'; at:': 4'1: j"_' c i nv ..TIJIIQ.cIL1Y MGID'
the mainstream of American a more comprehensive nature -.- I ...'.. ,
one of the ordained ministers ........___
economy. than now obtains. COMING NEXT WEEK SEPTEMBER 18 19 20 "
Our charter' Is registered In
I quote from the "pages of The privilege of being patrons Itrownrd and Dade CountiesL. Ruby & The Romantics
"An Economic Detour. In support of any enterprise -
statue' HUNTER, D.D. '''iiaiiiiiiiiiuiLniiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiamiiiiiiiiiDiuiii. iiiiiaiiiuiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiKHome '
"The underdeveloped ought to carry with it
of the Negro's commerce em- the opportunity to be employedIn 1657 NW 73rd St.

phaizes this fact; Out of 5,000- ,the work such a business: "... ... ......... ...... Study Course For
000 Negroes gainfully employed _ : .::.:: I
in 1P30, none were engagedin td1'A Q9 CJ'A"Cb -1' Q- bw w / w a'- -- CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS
operating wholesale storesor 8f
factories except a few deal- P. (). JInx 174 fJratlRiiy Branch 7573HWMIAMI
ing in toilet and hygienic goods.In SIR JOHN HOTEL ; : I'JXmil 3.1168COIyrlltht (
& 11X12
retail stores of all
kinds Negro em- DO YOU WANT A DKTTKIl FUTURE? ................. .................
28,243 proprietors

ployed only 12,501 persons KNIGHT BEAT 3 WOULD YOU PRKPARK FOR C2OVKRNMKNT "WORK ........
with an annual payroll of Q
$8,523,306. K HO fill out this form and mall it today to tho'above .... .
At 'the same time 213,000 address, even If 'you hnvo fa Mod before, you may qualify

Orientals in this country had 8 PROUDLY PRESENTS 1P Dale ........................ ............. 100Nnnvi ........
6,432 store proprietors who a

employed 8,916 persons; and FOR ALL THOSE JAZZ LOVERS A ,> .oo....n.................... ...................... ......... Phone N the annual payroll of these
yet ...............M....................... City and State ..............?..
-- -..-..--.......---.-..-
ARC ......b.wo. ;Marital Status ........ .... No. of Dependent........
DOMESTIC HELP 3
MAIDS, HOUSEKEEPERSCOOKS t 1. Did you fInIsh high chool.? ........ High School ................

MOTHER'S HELPERS College ............. .............
excellent live-
COUPLES. For York and 2. Do you really wont to work f<4r tins Government? ..........

Connecticut in openings areas.In New Transportation 8 The One and Only o. What, kind of work would you like to do?...*..............M.......

advanced. No deposit, .o 3. Have you liken 11 Civil Hrrvlro Exam? ....... Results .......

red Local tape openings also male and female Roach -,. Have you HtudJrd' for a Civil: Hervlco Exam? ............. .......

domestics, hotel em- Max 3. Aie you a veteran? .....'.... Dq you draw disability? ........

ployees, laundries, etc.Burla.ng 6. Would you Ira willing to upend u little money for the
A.soc.Employment .
C materials that you would ue? .................
Agency QUARTETTE 4 8. Would you ftlnccrcly' go through tula training UNTIL

502 Phone N.W. 757-7674 54th Street 9 you reached MHCCC?........................

..... AND BEAUTIFUL 0. What kind of work do you do now? ......... ..........................

Q 10. What hour do you work at prr ent? ...*.................?......N...
FOR SALE 10 APTS. If you will fill out thin form, mall It to n. we will return: *
Two 2-bedroom, 8 1-bed ABBEY i notify you UN what you eon qualify for, Approximately how

room, air condition, furnished LINCOLNa coat long of it our will service.take you to prepare yourself and the law-low

CBS, sprinkler system, "HUCCKHH"; ran be yount If you are willing to prepare for It
hardwood floors, laundry, | WHY DON'T YOU TRY? Thousands have reached success
next to Grand Union store, THE WORLD No.1 JAZZ DRUMMER through thin training.' You may also If you are willing to
study and youmrlf.'' Don't
close downtown, restricted prepare delay, mall this form to-
I to
day. Think of your, future.
location. Sale..by,.owner WHY WORK FOR PRIVATE ENTERPRISE! When
the other shows In town 8 you
suggest yon see .
I This rVr sincerely
$30,000 down. property may ptwMlbly work for your government with fringe, benefits -
I sale" less than cost. FR Q then visit the Knight Beat for the greatest Much M paid vacation, sick leave with pay, regular
rake and future
pay a
after 5 c
9-7633. Call p.m.
,' 512 J Civil Service offer equal job opportunity for all race
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,,, an a urtun Y, ,1 .EMBER 12, 1964
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' of the South Florida welcomed the group and pre- Greater Bethel AME Church
11th Episcopal sented the conference president,
1 conferencel In quarterly session Mrs. Irene L. Taylor. The financial report was giv-
I I Sunday afternoon August en by the financial secretary,
30 at St. James AME Church The delegates to the state Mrs. Louise Byrd The confer- /'

of which Rev. J. B. Blacknellis meeting were called upon to ence welcomed the return of
their Mrs. B. S. L. A. Waters treasurer who 0I
pastor; Rev. J. A. Roberts, give reports. "
presiding elder and the Right Henderson was selected was has been confined to the hos-
!
! Rev E. C. Hatcher, presiding as spokesman for the group. pital with a serious illness.
t bishop. She 'gave a complete accountof
I all the proceedings of the The next quarterly meeting
Prior to the business sessions state convention will be held during the 74th M
session of the South Fla. An-
the laymen were served a very the state convention.
Willie Scott local nual Conference at Mt. Her- I
tasty by
menu
I lay president, and a com- Visiting the meeting was mdn AME Church, Opa-locka,
mittee composed of Mesdames Rev, and Mrs. S. A. Cousin of I Dec. 12.Battle.

Esther Scott. chairman: Catherine -
Peterson, Gertrude Stoke-
t J! llng, Henrietta Rogers, Gloria SALTER'S CHAPEL of SongsThere

Powell, Annette Plummer, Coffey .. .,:,.:
and Lane. Rev. II. J, Benson, pastor will be a Battle of
1 Flossie Marshall, reporter Songs between Father and Son '

At 2 o'clock the meeting opened First Sunday was a very day. featuring Marvin Ludlow of DAY AT'EBENEZER
I with Mrs. Ellen Bowe, conference Rev. Benson preached a very New Hope Baptist Church and
I chaplain. powerful and spiritual sermon his father, Willie T. Phillips of
Willie Fletcher, hast presi- afterwards communion was New Providence Baptist. Ac-
dent of the N. Miami District, companying will be the No.
served to a very large congregation -
Choir No. 1 was In 1 Choir of the New Hope Bap-
t charge for the day with Mrs. tist Church, the Male Choir of
\ Paul AME the Brownlte
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Etha Finch at the organ. Stew- St. ,
Choir and also the Pear-
ardess Board No. 3 served for Gospel
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor communion. Sis. Clare Under- lie Gates. This program is being -

l 6895 NW 14th Ave. wood Is the chairman of the sponsored by Sunlight Zr Kt4.rr
Our sermon this Sunday will board. Sept. 13 at 2:30: p.m. at the 1
I be: "My Soul is Satisfied; from We were so happy to have so Pallbearers No. 100, Sunday, -
Mt. 11:30: "My Yoke Is Easy visitors with us. Com e Liberty Square Center 6300
many NW 14th Ave. Refreshments
and Burden Is Light. At
my with
again and worship us.
will be served free.
evening We are still urging membersto :-
7:30: p.m., everyone is encour- continue work toward our LOUIS PORTLOCK
aged to attend the second Stew- ;k/4
burning rally. %;
ardship Training meeting at mortgage Mrs. Nellie Byars Is the trea- Announcement Year.lv selected Business Man of the
at the church In preparing for
surer for this special program.
e "x *. The evening speaker is Dr.
our annual pledge Sunday in The pastor is urging every- The monthly Union of t h eUshers'
George Simpson, graduate of
November. Federation Association
one to work with this program.
Visiting us this Sunday evening Little Miss Kristin Robinson will be held Sunday Sept. 20 at Meharry Medical College, holder -

will be, representing thePresbytery's Is In Variety Children's Hos- 3 p.m. It will be held at Greater t. popular of many vice medical offices of and MIami
Committee of the president -
pitay. Please say a prayer for New Macedonia M. B. i NACCP.
Board of National Missions, her recovery.We Church, 3165 NW 5th St.
Rev. James Clinefelter and Ben Strachan is chairman;
Rev. Robert Hutchinson.On regret to hear of the Jones'pas- A most unique and Interesting Eugene Francis Sr., publicity
sing of Mrs. Georgia chairman and Rev. A. D. Hall
Sunday afternoon, Sept. mother in New York. We extend program has been planned ,
20, from four to six, we will to her our deepest I for your entertainment.You DR. GEORGE SIMPSON I pastor.
sym-
have our church's pre-annlver- pathy.Don't. are most cordially Invit- On Sunday September 13,
sary tea at the Roosevelt Bank. forget the fourth quarterly ed. the men of Ebenezer Methodist Musical at Mt.
On Monday, Sept. 21 at 8 I conference will be held on Church will be delighited t 0
p.m., the New Providence Mis- the Friday night and throughout have you, you and you attend Zion Sunday
sionary Baptist Choir No. two, Sunday. Don't forget the SHILOH BAPTISTRev. their annual Men Day Prou Choir No. 2 of the Mt. Zion
directed by Mack Graves, Rev. gram. Please plan now to attend
sick and shut In.MACEDONIA. Baptist Church nvltes you to
Griffin
A. M.
C. J, Burney, pastor, will bringus pastor both morning and evening Its Musical Extravaganza, Sunday -
an outstanding concert, Sister C. M. Myles, reporterOur worship, for two of Miami's Sept. 13 at 3 p.m. at the

which we will all enjoy. BAPTIST No. 1 Usher Board will most outstanding men will church 301 NW Oth St. Many
Stay tuned for more good start observing its 5th anniversary -I bring wonderful messages to I leading choirs of the city will
news from Grace. And Join us Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor Friday, night at 8:00: you. The morning speaker will be present to entertain you.
as often as you can. Willie J. Beard, reporter with Greater New Macedonia l Oa Mr. Louis H. Portlock Jr., Come hear "Zion's Songs in
The pastor left last Sundayfor Baptist Church In charge of son of Rev. and Mrs. Louis N. Zion's Land." We look forwardto
the National Baptist Con- the service, Rev. Roscoe Jack- Portlock Sr. Mr. Portlock Is a seeing you there.
MT. CALVARY CHURCH vention In Detroit. Let us pray son of said church will deliver graduate of B. T. Washington: C. C. Miller is program chairman -
for who went to havea HUsh\ School Is Dis-
everyone the sermon. and now : Mrs. Rudye Marks, choir
Rev. S. Atchison pastor safe trip there and back. trict Manager of Atlanta Life president and Rev. E. T. Gra-
Constance Carter reporterOur On tomorrow the Bl-Annual Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev O. W. Insurance Co., and was recent- ham, minister.
services were very inspirational Battle of Songs between Choir West will deliver the sermon. .
on last Sunday. Our I No. 1 of Macedonia and Choir ill be served -
RefreshmentsAr ......
pastor delivered.both' 'F sermons- : Np',1., dome: out and support : P.- Vtll" + Dr. proctor Appointed DirectorOf '

ThfiieTn a Risen Savior." "f f your favorite choir. BTU every Sunday at' 5:30:

Sunday School begins at 0:45: The monthly Union of it h e p.m. Parents please send your
with Deacon' Mann; the super- Ushers' Federation Association children out on time. Public InterpretationNEW

intendent, In charge. will be held next Sunday at 3
Next Sunday Is the Youth's p.m. Remember to visit and pray
for the sick and Technical College, Greensboro
shut-ins
: i 1
Day.their They best.will Please sing and usherat Usher Board No. 2 of Mace- Mother Ethel Smith and others. N.C., and of Virginia Union

them encourage donia will be observing its 2nd I 1 i University, Richmond, headed
by attending anniversary Friday night, Sept. the Office of Peace Corps Volunteers

25 and Sunday, Sept. 27. Christine ArmstrongTo since early 19G3.
You are welcome to In 19G2 he directed the
ST. PAUL AME CHURCH any and
all of the services at Greater Speak At Peace Corps program in Nigeria -
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor New Macedonia. Dr. Proctor will assume his

The C. A. Gibbs Club will AntiochThe '" new post Sept. 14 at the National -

hold its first fall meeting of the ... .", Council headquarters in
year on Sunday, Sept. 13 at the ST. JAMES AME CHURCH Young Matrons of Anti- >, ; New York City.Painting .
church, 4th court and 19th St. och will celebrate their anni-
at 5:30: p.m. MaydelL Braynon Is Rev.Bert J. B. Blacknell, pastor versary Sunday at 3 p.m. Guest Contractor
president.The Cooper reporter
speaker will be Mrs. Christine

Trustee Auxiliary Board Today (Saturday) the annual Armstrong, the director of the 4: .. WARNER MINES
will hold its 3rd anniversary church picnic at Virginia\ Young Matrons of the Ministersand h .
Sunday, Sept. 20 a 3 to 6 p.m. All friends are Is invited to come and hear this 't:' \;"
invited Mrs. C. Carnegay, pres- This event affords members dynamic speaker. \ Fj
ident. a time to "have fun" f
The new St. Paul Is coming feasts and what not. Pit No. A Talent Night will be held {
along fine under the supervision 3, scene of the outdoor frolic, Friday night, Sept 11. This is "'.".>">'1>.>' .",
of our wonderful pastor. is the first pit near the beach also being sponsored by the : .
area. I Young Matrons In behalf of i !:"
| their annIversary.Even .
: i ..pi
ST. MARY'S W. M. Many money raising events
are In the offing In connection though our pastor Is D. Proctor associater. Samuel
Rev. H. V. Stuart Pastor. with building the "new" St away for the month, our of the director ltt
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter James. This Sunday after the church services will continueas appointed leace Corps, has been

Rev. Harold Brown will deliver 11 a.m. service a ground cere- usual under the leadership Interpretation director of public Licensed and Insured
the mony will take of our associated ministers. of the National
morning message. place. Each HJ! Council of
Our Junior Choir will furnish member, led by the officers Is attending the National Con- announced Churches it was By City and County
music.At will turn a shovel of dirt ut a vention In Detroit. After which by Council general
Service
4 cost of $5.00 he will take the secretary, Dr. R. H. Edwin phone FR 9-8685
pan the Stewardesses per turn. It was remainder of Espy, Dr. Proctor I
will have a pew rally program. emphatically stated by the pas- the month for his vacation. president of Agricultural formerly I '
Members are asked to giveus tor that every memUer pres- and FREE ESTIMATES
your, cooperation. ent spade some soil. Tuesday nights Prayer meet-
Night service our pastor will Other events are coming up ing and Bible Class. Pray for
be In charge. No 1 choir will in rapid succession. and visit the sick. Namely Sis.
furnish the music. Fannie M. Blake and Bro Eddie AUTO INSURANCECheck
I am counted among those Sanders.
Our Women's Day will be who have grumbled about the
celebrated Sept. 27. Morningand termites and leaky condition of our new, lower rate and easy financing
night our chairman and cochafrman the church ,Its inadenuateness ANNOUNCEMENTThere IMMEDIATE SR:22 FlUNG .

are doing a wonder- and so forth, now lets see If will be a Battle of Bring this ad to our office and receive free
ful Job In trying to make this I and others, who have com- a gift
Bay the,best in St. Mary's history plained will pitch In and Songs between Choir No. 1 of
get Greater
Sales, held each New Macedonia M. B. D. Goodman and Son
are being this work done. It won't be Church and Inc.
Monday ,night' at the home of ensy. We profess Christianity New Bethel Choir No. 1 of "Inturance, Real Estate, ,Mortgage'
Sister Bessie Bowles, 1929 NW and believe prayers changes Business
68th Terr In behalf of 'Wo- things, but now it's time to New Providence 760 NW 43rd member All People D.mocratic Club

man's Day. The public Is Invit- "get up" off your kne s and St., the second Sunday after- 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 10380Laymen
hustle
ed. !
noon
at 2:30: o'clock.
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__ "1'' """"' ... .... :lJI __ THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.


HAPPENINGS IN O.UR SCHOOLS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1964 PAGE 11


A2i5l' .---
Skills Bank

Teacher Completes Fellowship Engineer


Elated Over

Program in Economic Education ProgramRandolph

[ W. Fields, II,, I My work with 1 the Skills
Skills Engineer, who has been Bank has been such an inspi-
as CHAPEL HILL Lllllep3artwell seven distinguished visiting Industries, Greensboro; Dr.
working with the Greater Miami ration to me that I have decided -
speakers during: their month Leon Herman, Economist, Library
'
:, of Mays High School Urban League's Skills programs to change my educational
and half in Chapel lUll. Talks
a of Congress staff Dr.
;
4y: i was one of 57 outstanding 1 were presented by the lion. Karl Gregory Fiscal Economist has expressed his plea- plans, so that when I finish
and satisfaction at what training I might be better
teachers of social studies in sure my
Jack S. Behrman, assistant Bureau of the Budget; and '
has been to work In theAgency's
qualified
accomplished.
the Southeast honored here today -
secretaryof Commerce ,Dean Prof. David Brown, UNC De-
with a citation certifying Arnold Perry UNO School of partment of Economics.A In a letter to the LeagueMr. program.It .
successful participation in the Education' ; Archie K. Davis, Fields writes: was truly a wonderful opportunity
University of North Carolina chairman of the Board, Wacho- field trip to Winston-Sa- to have had a chanceto
"As I terminate
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Comp via Bank and Trust Company, lem and the 11. J. Reynolds To- my assign- work with you.Commencement.
with the Skills Bank
any Summer Fellowship Program Includedon ment
Wlnston-Salem; Douglas Orr, bacco Company was
in Economic Education. general counsel Burlington the agenda of activities. program, I would like to express
The awards were presen'/'d my Joy for having been
during the program's closing associated' with the Greater Miami at
banquet.Mrs Urban League In this
worthwhile project. Throughthis Jackson HospitalJackson
: Bartwell, who lives at 104 EarnWhileYouLearn program, we have been
10811 SW 152nd Street was able to assist a number of persons Memorial Hospital
selected for participation by In finding suitable jobs, will hold Its annual commence-
'the University and receivedone Jobs OpenOne and many others have Ueen directed ment exerclces Friday, Sept. 11
of CO all-expense fellow- Into training courses I at 8:30: p.m. at the Dade Coun-
ships to attend the unique six- which will prepare then for ty Auditorium.
week program conducted at hundred and four unemployed -I household where the head of better Jobs. I, also, have per- I Those graduating: from the
Chapel Hill and sponsored by family or household Is unem- sonally benefited from the ex- I various para-medical groups
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco: Co. of and unskilled men are ployed.Tyson. perences which I have obtained. number 148; 5 from School of
Winston->::>alem, N. C. being recruited by the Florida urged unemployed men Cyto-Technology, established

Reynolds Fellows arrived In State Employment Service to who are either unskilled or in 1001; 3 from the School of
take "earn-whlle-you learn"free need to change their present Hlsto-Pathology, established In
Chapel Hill on June 8 to begin commercial
in
six weeks of graduate job training skill and( are Interested in taking Cheryl Edwards 1058; 17 from School of X-
cooking and taking, machine
credit. any of these "earn-whlle- Ray Technology established in
shop machine operations, and you learn" free job training Gets Merit Award 1055; 11 from School of Medi-
Daily classes were taught by automobile body and fender courses to go to the Florida! cal Technology established In
full-time faculty members of repair, said Harry L. Tyson State Employment Service's Cheryl Denise Edwards, 10, 1010 and 112 from the Schoolof
the University's Department of Miami Metropolitan Area Man- Industrial Office located at 1350 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nursing: founded In 1020.
Economics. Subject areas were: ager for the FSES. NW 12th Ave. or call 377-2111 Edwards 14020 JeffersonSt. I. While tho majority of t h e

The Nature of the American Tyson said that the automo- for further Information. ., Richmond Heights, h n s students do come from Dado
Economy, Economic Fluctua- bile body and fender repair been chosen to receive a merit bounty, there are many areas
tions, Growth and Stability, training will start on Sept. 8 WeddingAnnouncement award' In a continuing program: In Florida, as well as other
and Comparative Economic and will last 40 weeks, the of the Dairy Council of South counties, represented.
Systems.A machine shop machine opera- Florida to honor achievements Dr. Kermit H. Hales, executive -
cooperative venture between tions training will start Sept. of school asa children In Dade director, Jackson) Memo-
the University and R. J. 28 and will last 22 weeks and Miss Naomi Sands of Miami, County. vial Hospital and Reynolds, the program was designed the commercial cooking and niece of Mrs. Verna Sands County Department of Iloaltals -.
to assist secondary baking training will also begin Thomas will be married to the Cheryl Is considered by her ) will preside at the ceremony -
school teachers of social studies Sept 28 and will last 10 weeks.To Rev. Melvin Tyler, D.D. of standing teachers to student be the In most out-Redeemer and the speaker will bo
In the Southeast In developing Oran'gel/urg'' S. C. at 2 p.m. on Holy Dr. DeWitt C. Daughtry.Dr. .
School and
this Elementary
for free
qualify job
a broader understanding training, a person must be 10 Sept.held 10.at The Mt. wedding Olive will be for the past two years has Daughtry Is well known
of economics and Its appli- years of age or older, and un- Church Baptist achieved the highest scholar- throughout: the county for his
cation to problems of govern- employed. To receive a weekly Llnward, Pa. Rev. ship score ((09)) In tho Dayton many contributions to the
ment, business and society. It allowance of between $29 and Tyler Is the pastor of Mt. Olive University Achievement test. medical profession nnd Is deep
Is 'the first such program In the $30 a person must be over 1C Baptist Church At aigo 0, she wrote to 'the late ly interested In the educational -
Southeast and was initiated In President of the medical
congratulating programs
years of age, unemployed, haveat KenncdYi -
the summer of 1961. least two years previous The 'Times Goes to him ectlon.The and para-medical grounds.

J In addition to the classroor work experience- any kind l letter of reply she re-
work, Reynolds Fellows I heard be the head of a family or College 9 mos. $3.50 ceivc'cts of hpr trMeiffiuflu .A'mrI>
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Rates
Moderate -
-F The Finest Apartments at I achievers In many fields

and young people through12th
, grade are eligible. Nominations -
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may be made::: to Ruth ,
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.UI """'mI nn U ouvuMY.rRMany
t tAL Kasscrwltz, POIJ 310, Coconut
S.- .: BONDED Grove State. Miami,
older people In Dad e
I social security -
n a County lose monthly
p checks, Mr. Edward P.
SINCE 194+ Uonston, manager of the Miami
RENTAL (North) social security office -
For Quality Building
f! : stated today. Theso checks
ire lost because many people
PL 1-3604 over 05 have not claimed them.
stated when a
Mr. lllonston
INC. social security is
AGENCY claim for
xit 7(uv Unu made, payments cannot go back
For
x than 12 months.
for more
.... -
claims
M iI Yf example, If a person
5tWty -- 08 but
and rental monthly payments at ,
collection
The largest f < '" could have been getting a
:t.7ra4s11 monthly check since ho was
in the South; operating in (15, he can be paid for the last
agency would havo
Ho
OWNERS I 12 months only.
LOT Even at the
lost 21 payments.
Dade and Broward Counties'Negro Ww pUn, guide and advise lowell rate that can be paid tou
retiring worker at n), this/
rear plan or oar amounts to a loss of $fGO.)
Housing area..
HON. L. L. IWOOKS Custom Built Horn* Mr. nionston pointed dut that
05: he
reaches
when a person
president Attractive Addition should! visit tho social security

GEOItOM l", l1ARTH General Manager Quality Alteration office to claim monthly checks.
MAINTAINING MORE THAN Even: If ho plans to work after
MANAGING ,AND Good bank financing ho Is 05, ho may bo able to get
HOUSING UNITS some df his monthly checks.
10,000 QaaQOaDG (
employment service at main office Every month a 05 year old
Bonded also has making his
49 person 1 postpones
C
4150 N.W 7th Avenue claim, ho may lose money. No

latioD' to .-I.t J01I 111 IOlylnl Jfllar problemsPlus 888 N.E. 71 th Str...tLle.a. claim payments Is made can be with made social until security a-
public !
A full time Soar for tenan" oonven nee
.enlee
of can giving to door ." Inmr4 regardless of a person'sage.
fleet
a call PL 9-8733
service .
for emergency
and Sundays
0+ nights .
MAIN OFFICE '

PL 9-8733
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue Jack's MEN'S WEAR
few I. esp..ly. to alL PleAM help .a stop thin
Vanclall done by a I

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flARDSMMEMORIILLSDEATHS I Hattie L. Brace ExpiresFuneral


services for Miss 01 the Miami District and Director -

Hattie Louis Brace, an ardent of the Young People'sDepartment
South Fla.
member of Greater Bethel, for ithe
She served as a
h Miami, Will be held 2:00: p. m. Conference.

\ THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. RANCE Greater Saturday,Bethel SeptmWer African 12, In Meth-the member State-Trl of meetings the faculty where during she

I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1964 MRS. VERA GRIFFIN of dist Episcopal Church officiating., Rev.S. was School, Instructor a member of in Choir Sunday No.

I 2986 NW 51st Street died Sept. A. Cousin Funeral pastor Home, Is in 2 and Junior Missionary Boardof
--- ----- ----- to Miami Range
5. Mrs. Griffin came Greater Bethel. For many
I I from Nassau, Bahamas some 47 charge. years, she was the trainer and
t IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn years ago. Her survivors include Episcopal officers, conference director of the pageants and

her husband, Willie, two district workers of It h e plays for (the Christmas and
of the late and
In memory loving of our dear I
memory
brother
sister and aunt, sons, two daughters, a AME church will pay their Easter pageants of the youthof
ISABEL ELIZABETH KERR M J. Cleare, a sister, Alber- final respects to Hattie who the church.
and seven
M who departed this life September ttha grandchildren.Duncombe Services will be died, after a three-month 7 In Christian illness A member of the faculty at
f 11 19G3. September
} Elementary
conducted September 12 at and Mrs J. A. Phyllis Wheatley
Rev.
Dearth is but stepping stone Hcfepltal.
a her
10:00 mat St. Agnes Episcopal deceased School, Hattie pursued
: a close friends of the -
To that eternal life, Grisby, with the
work
Sands
P} Church Father L. professional
of ar-
,
In charge
which there are
On .
unhappiness
,
no which charact-
officiating. She Is now in repose same eagerness
t ( No suffering or strife at Range chapel. rangements. erized her Christian pursuits: ;
Our love one has gone to a place whose workIn she found time to devoteto
Hattie was one yet,
4 : ; -L Where we shall see her and MRS. LELA THOMAS, a for the African Methodist scouting and other civic
__ God face to face
mer Miamian died in Brooklynon Episcopal Church was hailed activities. She was a memberof
Mrs Charlotte Louise Sept. 0. Mrs. Thomas will be throughout the Connection. Phi Delta Kappa Sorority. A
Wallace Bowe, Mrsf. Enith Lois remembered by pioneer Mlam- Since very early childhoodher beautiful life is ended; butfor
ians as being a member of the mother brought her to the the relatives and friends
W 1340 Hollywood SW 19th St.Fla. John Pierce family of Railroad cradle roll of Greater Bethel, Hattie is "just away" . .
Shop Addition. Among her sur- she dedicated her life to youth (Marian H. Shannon)

vivors are her husband George, work. She served as first president
; a son, George Jr, a daughter, of YPD; District Super-
iN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Georgia Lee Jones, her intendent of the Sunday School Bethel Begins
mother, Mrs. Eliza Pierce, four

sad but loving memory of Mesdames and three sisters! Crusade For ChristThe
our dear wife and daughter, I Louise Jenkins, OF THANKSWords r
CARD
'.. Mary Richardson and Ruby pastor, Revf. S Cousin,
Strickland. Services Saturday and entire membership of
I are inadequate to express -
at 43:0: p.m. at Mt. Hermon AME Church
.tSyY'd Greater Bethel AME ,
to many
"
t gratitude my
Church Opa-locka, Rev. Samuel my
friends for their kindness 245 NW 8th St., are concentrating -
MRS. CATHERINE P. JONES Gay, officiating. She is now shown me during my stay at their special efforts in the

who passed away September 9, in repose in the chapel. Christian Hospital, lso.'at direction of Christ during the

1063. Gone, but not forgotten. JOIN 64th' home following the auto accident next several weeks, beginning
Jacquelyn Jones, daughter WISE of 1020 NW survivedby my husband, Leslie and I Sunday, Sept. 13.
Carrie Woods, Dora Rob- St., died Sept. 7. He is
I yHR Mrs. Lottie Wise were In on July 13. Christ will
inson, Althea Potter, Daisy his mother, A Crusade:: for
Tucker, sisters and a, brother, Clifton. The remains Thanks for the donations, begin with a soul-saving ser-
Robert, James and Andrew I were sent to Amory, flowers, cards and words of mon on Sunday'and, will con-
Potter brothers rr Miss for burial. cheer. Last but not least thanksfor tinue throughout the week
,
all of the prayers and with nightly prayer meetings.At .
COLEY H, ,HAYES of 16321 phone calls. Special thanks td the end of the week of prayer -
OF THANKSThe NW 18th Ave., died Sept. 8. Mr. the staff of the Christian Hos- the Crusade will continue
CARD Hayes is survived by his wife, pital, very efficient and kind over several 'weeks with special

family of the late Ethel, a brother, Walter, his My own usher board No.2, sermons being preached by
WILLIA E. (Bundy) father and grandmother of I Greater Bethel AME Church the pastor each Sunday.
The remains were sent
Tampa.
JOHNSONwho and all other members that The subject for !the pastor's
rites.
this life June 29, to Tampa for final Thanks to
departed yY I remembered me. opening sermon on Sunday will
1964 In New York City and fine neighbors and "
BRUCE B. PITTS, Infant son. my very be "The Dimensions of Power.
was funeralized in Key West Mrs. Maggie Williams who was The sermon will be approachedfrom
Pitts, died 5 !
of Janice Sept.
5 1964, takes this method time I needed
July services conducted on hand every four topics: "The Mul-
of expressing their sincere Graveside I her. Everyone was so kind. I tiple Look" "Powers of the

thanks and appreciation to Wednesday. I will just have to say thanks. S{>irit", "The Book of Power-
their many friends and rela- Mrs. Enid ReeseRICHARDSON of
The Bible" and "Sources
MRS. IRENE POITIERwho MRS. LOSSIE ARNOLD of
tives for cards, letters, tele- Power God"All
-
grams, flowers donations, and departed this life September 14135 NW 22nd' place,known died of Miami is invited to
10. She was a well I
Sept.
all other kind gestures of sym-
in this Cru-
8, 1956. participate great
"J) Px.:!! oWJ! W.t1n ,0 qJH't; : '? fjf fn: K>"* .. / ""fKkt.An' citizen Usner.and the ,mother. of the sade for Christ.
board of
Funeral Home, Inc., of New Milton Poitier, husband joint New'1iop"o Miss Alzadla Rogers or 1877
York City, Key West under- Mrs. Marie Curry, mother Primitive Baptist Church. She NW 74th St., died In Ft. Laud-
taker and staff for the efficient Is survived by her husband Er- erdale Sept. 7. She is survivedby Debra, six aunts, two uncles
nest Lewis as well as other rel- her mother Mrs. Alberta
Arrangements
service those who donatedcars are Incomplete.
Rev. George Bethel of CARD OF THANKS atives. Arrangements-. are Incomplete Rogers, three sons, Roney, Ru-
Newman Methodist Church die, Dwight and a daughter WILLIAM MIDDLETON of

for his consoling service, also I 5701 NW 21st Ave. died August
the choir, ushers and members. The family of the late ALBERT 31. Survivors are a daughter,
May God bless each of you. wish W. COUNCIL SCOTT, SR. sisters, a brother and three Mrs. Lovit Stuard, a son William -
to
Annie Johnson, mother kindness thank you for your MOSE SOLOMON, 2281 NW grandchildren are among his Jr., a brother, Dair two
Marguerite Thompklns, long rendered during his 153iid St., Opa-locka, died Sept. survivors. Services will be Saturday sisters, Mrs Louise Washington -
period
of
sister illness and be- 2. A well known Mlamlan since at 4 p.m. at Bethel AME and Mrs. Victoria Jones.

Virginia Edwards, sister reavement.flowers Thanks for cards, 1926, he is survived by his wife, Church. Hlalean. Services held Saturday in the
Alice Crow sister cars and all acts of Cora chapel.
kindness. ; ason, Ernest and a
pastor Rev.Special S, L.thanks. to our brother, Willie of Rockledge, VICTOR
Gay, and the ARLINE of 14370
Fla.. Services Saturday at 2 WILLIE NEAL, 6301 NW 17th
Range Funeral Home and their m. at Greater New Bethelaptist NW 22nd Ave. died Sept. 3. He
IN p
MEMORIAMIn Ave.. died
efficient staff and others who Church. He be Sept. 8. He is survived is survived by his mother,
are too numerous to mention may by his wife and other rela- Jeanette Arllne
grandparents
loving memory of our be- Mrs. Katrina viewed in the chapel Friday ,
loved mother, The Scott Scott, wife afternoon and In the church at tives. Arrangements are Incom and other relatives. Arrange-

I MRS. REBECCA SAUNDERS Family 7 a.m. Saturday. plete. Arangements are incomplete.
who departed this life on Sep
tember 14, 1959. BERNARD DAN I EL9', 14- I
"Each day, while we are think- CARD OF THANKSThe year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. THE NEW NORFOLK
ing Fred Daniels of 2101 NW 73rd HOTEL

Heaven is meant for you family of the late St. died Sept. 2 as (the results of EVERYBODY WELCOME
Our hearts keep on singing, SIMEON BETHELwho injuries received when hit by a '
Mother, Mother, we love you." died August 21, at Jack- car In May. He Is also survived 45 NW 5th Street 379-8570
Sadly missed by, son Memorial Hospital, take by three sisters and seven
Mrs. Gladys Sands, Dght. this method of thanking all of brothers. Services were held LOWEST RATE IN TOWN
Mrs. Louise Roberts, Dghtr the many relatives, friends Tuesday at New Providence
Mrs. Elsadia Meredith, and neighbors for their various Baptist Church, Rev. C. J. Bur- Why pay $15 or $20 per week plus utility bills. Leave

daughter I acts of kindnesses. Special ney, pastor. that to us. Clean comfortable rooms, maid service,
Eugene Duncombe, son thanks to Rev. I. C. Mlcklns air conditioned lounge, right In shopping
Ansel D. Saunders, brother and members. of Mit. Olivette MRS. LILLIE B. MOT T. lobby, 1-week FREE RENT. area. Large
f Grandchildren, nieces and Baptist Church and the Range 2626 NW 68th St., mother of
nephews I Funeral Home staff. Again, Henry J. Mott Jr., instructorat Owners Samuel Sweeting and Robert Selvon
I May God bless each of you. Dorsey Jr.. High School,
The Family died Sept. 4. Other survivorsare -
CARD OF THANKSThe I three sisters, Mesdames
Amy L. Joiner, Emma Felts
family of the late and Rosa Mae Cleckley; three

MR RANDOLPH D. FRANCIS brothers, Benjamin Noah and .
WASHINGTON Henry Jordan and a grandson. N 19 4F

popularly known as "Buster" MRS. JOSEPHINE RIVERSof Remains were sent to Fitzgerald -
for many years a Miami Beach 334 NW 11th St., died Sept. 4 Ga. for final rites.
jitney driver, who died August Services Saturday trt 2 in
p.m.
DAISY
was laid to rest August the chapel. Remains will repose GREEN, 1281
f 11, wish to take this method of in the chapel beginning at NW 60th St., died -Sept.. 5. Remains
expressing their sincere gratl-1 3pm. Friday. Survivors include I were sent to Moncks
tude to the host of friends and a daughter. Alfreda Rivers I Corner, S. C. Thurdsay for final
neighbors for the many acts oft I ; two sons, Adelbert and Josiah rites. A son, Loyd Weeks,
kindnesses and expressions of, ; two sisters, Mesdames Wil- and two sisters !survive
I sympaithy shown them during helmina Warren and Ann a
their hours of bereavement. Hodges; a brother, Thomas HARRY:DAVIS, 1811 NW 6th
Special thanks to Rev. P W. two grandchildren and a host p Lyons Sept.idr He "Uv ia Service for the Living"
Williams and congregation of of other relatives and friends. to Ga. final rites..
St. Luko Church and to the His survivors are a father, Oscar I.. Range Funeral Home
House of Albert. three sisters and two brothers.
BABY BOY PETERSON, son M. Athalie Rang, Owner N. Patrick Range
Mrs. Ruth Washington, of Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Pet- FLEMING W. REID Jr., of 5727 N.W.17th Mgr
wifeA erson of 2170 NW 3rd Ave. died 2339 W. 5th Ave., Htfaleah,died Avenue
step-daughter, three Sept. 2. Graveside services held Sept. 5. His wife, Mrs. Susie OX 14)131 OX 1-4343
; brothers, six sisters Thursday. Reid, three daughters three
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FOR SALE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1964 PAGE 13


2 YEARS YOUNG!!
6998 NW 20th Ave. Or I Jay Gutierrez
FOR RENT FOR SALEWE A beauty, 3 bedrooms, built-in *
kitchen, large dining room,

2-BEDROOM APT. Oak floors,, HAVE LARGEST selection $500 down, $30 a week.
1147 NW 6 Ave. Call CE 8-G683,, of 2 and 3 bedroom homes in FORD REALTY, Inc. !
Mrs. Ware Sl2 Greater Miami from $100 down 3638 NW 15th Ave 6354595NO NffLw! i

and $65 month. News Realty,
z LOVELY HOUSES for small Inc. Broker; PL 4-0655. QUALIFYING, no closing
family only, $20 ahd $22 per costs move right In. Modern 3-
week. Will sell $100 down t' OPEN HOUSE''!! bedroom, CBS home on large Do You Need
reliable person can apply rent Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. lot $350 down, VA mortgage, .
to purchase. N'E 5-6500. 1198 NW 48th Street $06 month pays all. Sunday and

V 22 See this Ideal 3-bedroom home. evenings only. NA 47708.2BEDROOM A new bedroom, a new bathroom, new
EGO St. 2 and 3 bedroom No qualifying, an excellent
opts, Unfurnished, Immediate buy. CBS, with garage Florida room alterations, repairs, a new
occupancy. Call evenings. It! FORD REALTY Inc. and Jalousied front porch.
8-2824. S. S. Gross Realty, 3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595NO Hardwood floor large; lot. 1451 home? Kitchen cabinets, new windows?

441-0126. NW 43rd St. Ph. 7578228. THEN CALL
CLOSING: COSTS Lovely;
FURNISHED 1-Bedroom apt,,, CBS duplex, 2-b drooms on 2-BEDROOM HOUSE, CBS, Co.
D&H Construction 448-1119
with yard and porch, for Information each side. Tile roof, freshly 863 NW 74th St. Built by builder
call OX 1-2420. painted, stoves and refrigera 1 mortgage, ,only $85 mo.,
tors. $15,700, $000 down, $89.75; plus down _payment. Fenster No job too large or no job too small. We have
NICE ROOM In private home, month. FHA. Live rent free!I Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. been building for the Colored Community for the
a settle man or a nice working Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW past 18
couple preferred Call 034-0054 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. pen even- CORNER.,,2BEDROOlbcamy,, years.
Ings and Sundays. custom built CBS, Fla. !room, Builders come and builders go, but D&H Construction
NICE ROOM Teacher or nurse large lot. $13,000, reasonable:: Company is till in business. We completeour
preferred. Call anytime after 0. down payment 291 NW 52 St.
bills.
035-8917. NICE SELECTION of homes contracts and pay all
1-fl Fenster
Open Sunday p.m.
and duplexes that the can be Realty, Broker PL 8-8779. Following is a partial list of satisfied customers,
FHA
financed through ,,
!
LOVELY CBS HOUSE; living I if know of them call and find out how D&H
banks or privately. And many you any
1-Uedroom
room, dinette, kitchen
tile bathroom $20 weekly no qualifying Is necessary- SPECIAL for this week: 2 CBS does its work and pays its bills. All work guaranteed:

,1489 NW 51 St Phone move right In! Life Realty,, houses on 1 lot. Income prop- j We build in Brown's Sub Liberty City Coconut
531-6107 Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL erty. Front house, 3-bedrooms, ,
94371. Open evenings and 1 bath, rear house 1-bedroom. I Grove and most anywhere in Dade County. All our'

BEAUTIFUL CBS APT* for '1 1 .Sundays 1 bath. Very reasonable terms. financing is done with Federal Savings and Loan
Drive by 6930 NW 6th Ct., then
2 hot and, cold 1 We FHA dealers.
or persons, call Fenster Realty Broker, Associations are qualified
water, furnished, $20 per week. COMPLETE hew list FHA PL 9-8779. I Call 448-1119 and ask for an appointment No1"
NE 5-5500. and VA resales. Like new 3 I
and 4 bedroom, 2-bath CBS charge for plans or estimates
PRESIDENTIAL ,GARDEN homers at from $100 to $300 NO GIMMICK REALLY NOTA
LISTED BELOW ARE A FEW OP
OUR SATISFIED
APTS new prestige' apart; down and from $60 month and good credit report Is tree
ments. Only 2 unfurnished 1-I up. We have keys at Life down payment. We have CUSTOMERS IN EVERY SECTION OF MIAMI

bedrooms left. $21.50, 745 'NW I Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7 Ave. and four bedroom homes. Low Edwnrd and Orn Lee Burke 2780 NW (lint St., Brown's. Sub

60 St. 2352958.FURNISHED PL 9-4371. Open evenings and monthly payments. Wni. A. and Myrtle V. Campbell, 3239 NW 48th Tern,
FORD REALTY Inc.
Sundays. ,
ROOM. Private 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595 Brown's. Snb

entrance. Use of kitchen. Call OPEN HOUSE!! ]Mrs. Arthurlno C. ChiWla, 3318 NW Slut St., Brown's Sub

635-8801 or HI 3-4809. Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. CORNER 2-BEDROOM bath William Crawford 1210 NW HUh St., Liberty City

816 NW 46th Street CBS house with garage; Fla Lnngston C. Deal 1474 NW 00th Tens, Liberty City
FURNISHED Efficiency. Water room In front., FHA terms, low
Large home excellent for large
Alonzo and Linnlo Fnnnln, 7001 NW 13th Ave.
Liberty City
and lights free. OX 1-6073. family. 4-bedroom, 2 baths, down payment. Drive by 1300
$500 down no qualifying. NW '41 St., .then call Fenster Oscar Etlwnrd*, 3200 NW 40th Street, Brown's Sub

VERY CLEAN ROOM with FORD REALTY, Inc. I' Realty, Broker PL -770. Dr. and Mrs. Hogan, 3200 NW R3nl Ht., Brown's Sub

cooking facilities and modern 3039 NW 15th Ave 6354595NO Mr. And Mrs. Charles IIIKK, 1001 NW filth St., Liberty City
l bathroom Call 091-4864. LARGE FAMILY. '4bedroombeauty.
CLOSING COSTS FHA CDS near school, bus, Mrs. Efldle Mao Rawlft 3170' Fla. Ave., Coconut Grove

2-BEDROOM APT. Free gas, terms. Enclosed front and- rear shopping $11,700, $80 month Includes Mr. and Mrs Joseph White 3311 Fla. Ave., Coconut Grove

water and electricity. $25 week.! porches, separate garage. House everything plus down Mr.. and Mm. Clifton Whitehead, 3331 Fla. Ave.,

3350 NW 51 St. Call HI 8-1119. Is freshly painted Inside and payment Sunday 6940 1-43 NW n/6th. Ct.Fenster Open Mr. and Airs Eugene Butler, 3121 Prow Ave., Coconut Or.Mr. .
p
'
and out. i..,rrrlirt"-Floor.c.vr.reflnlshed*-rattn M **stove*>"??, "...Utr p/ lr, r-Pr_ flURTTD. +.,. ,.. :. and Afrs. King Liberty, 1701 NW 02nd Terr., Liberty City
$200 down and $77 per month, BEAUTIFUL b r "homeCBS "'If;BTBfIlccvcy: ; 1421*NW.ft9thiRt' ,;+TJfbMilatT"r. i + u : =

HELP WANTED plus taxes and Insurance. Life garage, awning, large and hundred of other. too numerous to mention.
Realty, 4932 NW 7 Ave. PL lot nice neighborhood. Openfar
WOMAN Wanted to work In 9-4371. Open Sunday and even Inspection, 1370 NW 43 St. Drive) by thrso beautiful homes, talk to the owners and

cleaner to check In clothes. ings. j.A.. Mann broker, find out for yourself that D and II lives up to their contracts -
Must be willing to work from 631-6875. Call Berney, HIS
W
7 am, to (0 p.m. References OPEN SUNDAY 3-8, 230 NW R. E. salesman, NA 4-6983. and PAYS ALL DITJI
needed. Apply at 700 NW 2nd 43 St. This attractive home, Davidow
Ask for Mr.
FHA, Call 448.1119 -
GORGEOUS
,
Ave. clean as a pin. Fla. room, big LARGE
kitchen, carporte. 2 bedrooms. CBS approved home, 2-1x"lJ-
MALE -Collective salesman, Only $9000 total, $250 down, rooms 1 bath. Drive by 1041 s4r o.. L orL 4G40 s40t..4O4G40 C OfOO
must be experienced.<< ONeal- FHA terms. A. Ben-Korl, Real- NW 41 St.. then call Fenster

Ave.Ilelmly, Furn. Co., 841 NW 2nd tor, PL 12243.3BEDROOM. Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. Good Selection Take Your PickOpen

Good area Fla. ??
room big kitchen, CBS. Only REAL ESTATE help PROBLEMS youll! Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. ._
SCHOOLS Let us
$11,800 total with $350 down, We trade We sell 1759 NW 45th Street
We buy -
positions all FHA terms,
SERVICE month
$78
MANY CIVIL pays appraisals gladly given
available annually. See A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, PL I. Free Call us Large CBS beauty 3-bedroom, front porch, dining

our ad on page nine in this 1-2243. Open Every day all day room, utility room, appliances, barbecue. $11,000

Issue or write for Informationto FORD REALTY, Inc. total $350 down, $69 month.0 .
rOD 174 Qratlgny Branch, 4-BEDROOM HOME or room- 635-4595 ,
Ave.
Miami. Fla. 33168. Ing house. Good condition nice 3639 NW 15th -

area. $12,000 total $,jOO down, 2-BEDROOM.. 1 bath with 220 NW 48th Street
A. Ben-Korl,
FHA terms.
CHILD CARE Realtor, PL 1-2243. Fla. room. CBS$350, available down, with$75 I Huge CBS 3.bedroom, dining room, garage, carport,

I will keep your FHA terms.Includes everything, aonliances. Near school and but. Extras' large lot,
MOTHERS:
month
50x
child for you. Safe,home.dependable 1622 50x100 102 lot,lot Liberty, Opa-locka City area.orea. For 1274 NW 28 St. Open Sunday Broker $13,000 total, $400 down. Come see this lovely

service. Private ASk for Information call Miami Times, 1-6 p.m. Fenster Realty, home.
OOtMOCG.
NW 03rd St. OX 1-0421. PL 9-8779. -

Rose. 4. ;III 6800 NW 6th CourtCBS

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NURSERYnKln- '.
FAIRYLAND porch dining room garage -
of all ages. lip 2-bedroom, jalomled
Children !is
dergarten.: Month3beAoom
Low prices for the working $100 Down $59 appliances. $8,600 total, $300 down, $69 per

parent.call For Mrs.further Ruth Scott Information at- 1-bath, CBS, no closing co t. Moat quali month. -0-

754-53G5. fy. Beautiful CBS 3bedroom. 8 years new. Dining room.
....-.---.... total $400
JUANITA'S KINDERGARTEN. utility room, carport, appliances, $13,000 ,
Pick up and delivery service Month $75 month. A
Hot lunch, reasonable rates. $50 Cash $69 down, S -

For further Information call l-bath 46th St. See today. This CBS beauty. 3-bedroom. 1'/ bath
OX 1-2350. Mrs. Juanita Jack- 2-bedroom, near No Qualifying,
son. 812 will not lat. *" .. Florida room, utility room furnished $14,700 total..

... Reasonable down payment.
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SALE: VEHICLES It
FOR
-" f Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. Neat 2-bedroom CBS, $10,000 total, $300 down, $58
to
TRUCK Wants someone "
take over payment on a ,1960 j- f 78 NW 53rd Street month.
Chevy panel truck. In v e'r y -
good condition. For information '7 $350 down $86 month Beautiful corner CBS bedroom, 2-car garage,

call 373-9281. 2.bedroom,2 Fla. room, nicely furnished CBS structure $11,200 total, $350 dOwn.

CAR The first $175, takes a A-l condition, lovely ground and trees. Must --
195G Lincoln Premier "as isPL. ." see to appreciate. VA FHA resales. 2-3-4 bedroom, $100 to $300

7-7806 or PL 7-7234. r down, $60 month and up. We have keys.
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LANDSCAPINGSPRAYING TRIO REALTY PL 9-8372 ..-

tor termites fleas, SHELL REALTY, Broker

roaches, chinch bugs and trees. 801 NW 54th Street PL 9-0132 4260 NW 7th Ar. 7585551CLASSIFIED
of bouse
Yard, soil painting .
roof. Luten Taylor. PL 4-6743. oooooo ooooooo
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A model of the li officials of Elkdom was Harry Golden of Charlotte --- .
Elks lletironnent before addressing the N. C., center He was !!I! :
hibited at Brtyfront' also the recipient of the Elks'
y itorium Aug. 21- Elijah P. Lovejoy. award. Sidney -
Breaking ceremonies I left, I t. George W Leo, M. Aronovitz, Miami\ ViceMufyor PROFESSIONAL
uled for Oct. 11 : Grand Commissioner welcomed the mammoth
unit development. (. Rockefeller, Y. convention group to the city.
will of the Interracial Both speakers introducedby
acre project were
shopping center; for Business Opportun Hobson Reynolds.
two swimming ; d Hobson_ R. Reynolds. OFFICESFOR
park with two
) Reynolds is shown Hobson Reynolds rides atop
Builder Herbert the' "Citizen of the the back seat of the lead parade RENT
Ile-fler Construction award from Marcus Neu- car. Ills wife, Evelyn, and
ami and Beverly I Jr., president of' Fron- Vice-Mayor; Sidney M.' Arono-
shown shaking International, Inc. From vita ride with him during the New Franklin Federal
Hobson Reynolds, : Clarence Dockins, Fron- 3-hour spectacular.It BuildingTo
William B. Graham ; Reynolds, Ncnstader,
erly Hills, of \ II. Kendrlx, Washing- be built corner
Association, nnd : advertising agency di- Is our hope that many
bard, vice cities will take a page from N.W. 5th Street and FEC Tracks
Construction Co. the 'tourist book" of Miami,
Fla., and engage competent Negroes CALL 371.7652CHESTNUTT'S
Reynolds Jokingly to work at this lucra-
the Frontiersmen "Citi tive investment.For .
t'7"
Mrs. Bertha of the Year"' award pro- -
ington is shown' by Marcus Neustader. today, Negro conven-
"Elks' Daughter of from left, W. O. Perry, tions, almost everyplace In L
0 trophy from ) convention chairman; Eve- America, have become Wg bus- CLEANERS
at'; the Kennedy !, wife of Mr. Rey- iness. Announcing the opening of the new, all modern I
1 Friendship. From ; Moss II. Kendrlx; Ncn Cities are competing' for this I!
P. ;McCIane, Elks ; Reynolds, Mrs. Nettle business. And with the grow- dry cleaning, pressing: and'' alterations establishment
rector; Alice Jj. grand daughter ruler ing maturity of Nero dele- Located at ,
land, grand* ; Perry B. Jackson, grand gates and visitors to the big i 5821 NW 17th Avenue
nolds,,and*' Mrs. ''r. cities plus the spending of big J
Simmons, grand ; dollars in these cities, it's just Owned and operated by

son King., ,grand and Judge "" top civic leaders of good business. Mr: and Mrs. L. W. Chestnutt and Rosalyn I
respective communities, .. Experienced Cleaners formerly
during a break in t h e
I Located in Pahokee
Fla.
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Rodman C. Rock Grand Lodge Convention Don't be halfcitizen!
ter; son 'of New Principal speaker REGISTER! S12PAGE

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I u iIARRY appalls FOR 1964 SEASONThere

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are 32 new players in yards per punt and Richard
T11K LAST TV SHOW AT riding New York training and 29 lettermen returned '"
JJ.\\II: IlEACII who recently turned lightweight In to the Bethune Cook- I Washington, 205, 6-1 with an
fine performances twc man Wildcat lineup, under average of 43.5 yards.
CHRIS DUNDEE put on a against head
Coach
Jack
tremendous feature event for Johnny Blzzaro in New York and "Cy" McClal- Coach McClalren states, "we
ren Asst.
his last TV show between Jose chalked up a win over a good i "Tank" Johnson.Coach Lloyd 1 believe that with our off sea-
Torres and Gomeo Drennanwhich one In the veteran Bobby i son recruitment this will be
was a close and hard Scanlon. The end came In the Coach MeClalrpn evnc.ntagreat our best swisnn fnt. n %' ,. ".!
fought battle. Torres receivedthe : third. Scanlon had been halted Anthony can Amonio. Tex Airman performances from"such" \ 0wf i-thve have H J had SVlU in
just once in his long Rolle, son of Mr. the "
nod and It career. lettermen past four seasons.
was a split de- Paul and Mrs. as Jerry Simons,
Armistead Henry M. folio
Eddie f
Perkins 0
cision. end
Benny Medina, Johnny G<>n18- 1245 N. W. 65th Ter., Miami, Rudolph; Jerry Moore, senior guard; McClalren, an ex-pro himself,
The fight could have gone les, Al Urblna Orlando Zulu- Fla., has completed it h e first Larry Little Barber Junior tackle; also commented "what We don't
either way until the 1 a a t etta, Paoll Rossi and a h o s couple of rounds. Torres outweighed of others, including three military training at Lackland senior fullback r ready, stronger than ever for
Gomeo world champions. AFB, Tex.Airman first
by 10 pounds game Sept 19 with Lane
which was a great advantagefor Rolle has been selected heVlIdcnt couches have College in Jackson,. Tenn."
him. The fight could have =t.- for technical training as placed most of their effect on
been called a draw. an administrative specialist at strengthening the weak
the Air spots
Training Command quarterback and! the cente' OX OPEN 3IIKH; .
Here is the rest of the (ATC) school at Amarillo AFB,
BrowardCounty position. Both
shows results: Ray Malone Tex. His new unit Is part of satisfied with coaches the are quite "Union and Civil '
stopped Solomon Brown In th** the vast ATC,; system which suprlslnf
Ithround; Jerry Locker tko'd trains airmen and offficers In progress with 'rookie'which has been mad Rights Bill'
David Gantt In the second; Mike tho diverse skills required by players In t h r
Mammerlin won over Johnny NewsBy the nation's aerospace force. quarterback position, namely Open Mike with host Hen-
Hightower in six; Orlando Rulr The airman Is a 1964( grad- and George King:, 185 pounds, 5-1" drik J, Berns, will discuss
tko'd James Lee in the second uate of Miami Northwestern Frank Protler, 175 pounds i "Unions and the Civil Right'
-- p Senior High School 0-1 and the center posltlor Bill" next Sunday from 7 to

Little' River Results: players Samuel Wells, 50 Ibs EdpStephenson andstArt liall-
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Grady Ponder lost to A1 1 Walter Bowe "Miss Decathlon" -4 and! Walter Frazier, 200 lbs
In I
Simmons eight rounds; Duane t gren.
feet.
Simpson won over Gene Contest"Social
Durhan in_,four! ; Jim.. Beasle\\ The As usual the program will
flCCVildcats have come live. from-
Hour" the
won over wtcnie :smitn In six Help keep your South Brow the setting for ',", Hampton
Gordon Lott tko'd Kid Palace ard Post No. 8195 alive in 1965. contestants in the "Mlas De- own Indeed, the best amaz House. .. .
in the first; Dave Avera ko\ Our, membership has begun. cathlon" contest at the( home of Ing results of improvement in r r

Ike Jones In one. All over seas veterans are eligible Julius Simmons was tagged as Its strengthening: of its puntIng -
to Join this veterans of Just that a casual gettogether game, with half back ,Our ,Clarified Ad
CY GODFRIED refereed the foreign wars post here, for information for contestants an1 members play-
first TV show at the auditorium call Commander W. of the Decathlon In ordsr to ers Jumps Lawrence, 200 Ibs., SELL' ANYTHINGHOMEOWNERS<<;
April 15 1&53 between Jo' Carl Jenkins at YU 3-3424 or make this year's attraction 0 feet withi an average of 42.7
Mlcelll and Pierre Langlois. and) Queratermaster W. A. Bowe, much more colorful and beneficial -
closed the last TV show herwith 3-961 or' YU 9-5844. to contributors and con
Torres and Gomeo C eAfr testants.
has: refereed all over the and Mrs. Walter Powellof Esmle thin, president and

Including Israel} 41 SW 26th St. celebrated Mr. Sturrup extended greetingsto AlJ CONSOUDATi YOU fclUtlMONir
ROGER their going Into their new home the young ladles and introduced .
WHITELY trained In West Hollywood with members, then laid out AVAIIAIII MOM
and! managed by George Moyeis ho Food warming..ft.. musk-_Na a l h e p"ee' 71" oi th3. 'fT-1rT"S liht- .JJ! ,JWfQ', 611 'W I !
another heavyweight oiounU 5. galore and were ever means they see fit to I
great Improvement. Roger, who enjoyed. They also received achieve the crown of "Miss

could nut reduce some of his many lovely ''gifts.' Many Decathlon." 1' '_' '__ _11'_ 1 __
weight while working on friends and relatives attendedthe Contestants seeking to become -
the Beach so he and his manger affair. the popular Miss are
took off to 'the Vicy 11111 Barbtara Frailer I Barbara: :
Lincoln Fields
Farm and settled down to serious Af rs. Lillie Belle Redmond, Blair, Marie Early, Dorothy Apartments
training, when he returned an Instructor in Home Man- Johnson. Lilla T. Klerson,
here he had lost 30 Ibs at A and I State Uni- McNeil
agement Daisy Gray, Gladys 2045 N.W. 62nd Street
or more, looking fit and sharp versity, Nashville, Tenn., was Mary Davis, Adel Bain, Ruby
and In the pink of condition. house guest of Principal Dan- Lee Smith and Gwendolyn An- .
Roger is 24 years of age, has iel of Carver Ranches Elementary derson.
had 12 bouts, won 11 and 7 o:" 1 School over the weekend.She The Coronation Ball Is! dated
Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
these by knockouts. lived at 4310 SW 26th St. for October 14 at Clyde Kllleni' ".""
the home of the .principal. Island Club. Purchase vour advance Offering Many F.Mur.s
WILLIE "Cadillac" JAMES tickets early. Only 2t(>0 FREE GAS
who has been facing some
The ASASR Masons of West are available.
rough competition of late :n sponsoring a 1sI .. .. R..RSKIN
are
Hollywood
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Tile Bathroom
Refrigerator Gas Store
northern rings, hit a new low Hirbecue Saturday night, Sept.
when he dropped a verdict to 12 at the home of Bro. Del- DISEASES Newly Painted Venetian BlindsLaundry
Eddie Spence who Is no better foldia Boyd, 5-109 SW 25th St. Machine
Washing Room
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than a so-so prelim boy. Willie *
W. Hollywood, also an apri- FREE CONSULTATION
has been headlining against cot poodle will be given: away. A new nppronch to treatment Free Parking Auto hot'water r+'* .J
the likes of New England champion
Joey Archer, who Is rat. Donation $1.00. and medication' based. on .pc- Free Garbage Disposal Filtered w"
ed one of the best In the bush all *4 blood and laboratory :
ness and Grey Gavin a boxerof tests) -1 f tI1flit. CARETAKERS ON ::;,
For Best Results
great promise with an outstanding II. IIAAttPJj .
record. These rough 7-7234 I, I .l'INJ 'adill 'r7
matches In close sequence.. may Try a Cassied! Ad tA '" l' II
have taken their toll. .ttft) ,(,014'. tI If)
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Two matches have been ,, ; l'T'
made featuring local boxers In f 'ffl """"" >' ''' I 'I .14'. I II' fgWli ttMQ dAM* t I1VNNICARRUTH

out ,of Ky.town, Jack rings.Johnson At Louisville who' jrr >' S I 1 .::.: ,.i.-IIII114! / ,, --; I _.i .,..

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halls from the Islands and who
has turned in two fine performances .. .M' ''f"I
In bouts with the :

sharp Porter Rolle takes on ROD ,1 ";1.- _,
Jimmy Ellis. Jimmy may be an ," i
unknown quantity to some of
the fans, bMt take It from us. ..,' A. ; ,
this boy Is one of the clever ,;w ,
boxers In the middleweight Cft ; : '
division In the game today. ,

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wonder If Dowie Adamsan .
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14 straight kayoes Is going
thru another buildup ala LaMar ; "P .. .-.-..____
Clark? The local ncI "- Y 4 -
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; Florida Voters League to { PlacesThings.. ,



Honor Negro Candidates ra' I : $! /


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L. V. Davis, president of the lures of the League meeting In '"; "
Florida Voters League announced Miami, Saturday and Sunday, I HURRICANE DORA bar- President Dwight Eisenhower,
that one of the feaState Sept. 26-27, will be the presentation reled out of, the Atlantic this Barry Goldwater, R Sargent

of certificates of week and smashed In the Fla. Shriver of the Peace Corp, actors -
t' Merit to all Negro candidates East Coast with a powerful Richard Burton and Rob-
for elective offices in the
Parks Orderedto state in the past 20 years.In 115-mlles an hour wind cover- ert Goulet, singer Vic Damone,
his announcement Davis c. Ing an area over 000 miles. Arnold Palmer, hotel chain

Cease BiasTALLAHASSEE stated, "that these Negroes Mj rtk: This monster of nature whiplashed owner Morris Landsburgh and
U.S. District who qualified for elective offices -: Alan King.Dropped:
( ? St. Augustine and Jacksonville -
Judge O. Harrold Carswell throughout the state, des- t after threatening Cape from the best dress-
ordered the State Board 0 f pite the terrific odds on being s Kennedy
I' elected true in ed list for the first time In sev-
are martyrs
Memorials
Historic
Parks and
eral was Chicago's Mayor -
quest for political recognition It's Ironic that Dora punished years
to operate state parkson
Friday J. Carle Capers, formerly of Richard J. Daley.
nondiscrimination basis.' of Negroes and long overdue St. Augustine so severely
He a denied however a requestfor their Just recognition." the Dade County School systemnow while stalled just' off the coaston r__ wwWWW
a registered real estate The all
the Wednesday. day
an Injunction against He added, "Just the practiceof salesman and. associate
state when board offi- an hurricane winds lashed at the FOR RENTNew
agency supporting the'more liberal with Universal Real Estate of
hearing that Innards of the city that had
cials told him at a
the state's former discriminatory candidates not enough and 4600 NW 7th Ave., phone such a violent racial disturbance 3-bedroom house
times Ineffective
many In most 751-8642 and 631-5705. weeks before. Was It the
policy had been dropped.The Instances In the South rarely NORTH MIAMI BEACH
suit against the board Master's work to show both
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Is the choice
between good Deposit Required
the National factions Just who's Boss?
brought by
was
men, more often the Negro
Calling All Alpha
the Advance-
Association for last is left to choose the lesser of Jacksonville also got this MICKINS' RENTAL
ment of Colored People two evils. Negroes must con- Men to Roosevelt same slap on the Big Jax AGENCY
March stantly vie for and win elective racial
The N A A C P said that also had her share of
offices where laws are violence. NE 4-0500
Negroes werq discriminated made and Interpreted to get Savings and LoanAll :
against at state parks by hav- his > The week before Cleo, a babyto .
just due. :....
ing separate and less-than- Alpha Men In the c 1 t y Sister Dora ripped Into MIami -_ : - -
equal facilities. Emphasis ,will be placed on of Miami and County of Dade but she hurriedly left.
The Judge said the injunctionwas the Importance and methods are hereby requested to meet to hint
Maybe j Just give a :
not needed because the of getting out the record Ne In open session In the Community "Don't start nothln!" Dugie's Guest House
board had ordered all Ms em- gro vote for the Nov. 3 general Room of the Roosevelt,
ployes mot to discriminate elections at this meeting Savings and Loan Building, Remember a couple of hur- The house of unusual rooms
against Negroes. which will be held at the at G015 NW 7th Ave;, Saturday, ricane seasons ago when Don
Hampton}: House In Miami Sept 12 at 030: pm., accordIng na stalled: for five days over Open 24 hours NE 4-3851
General businessy'9rkshops,.. to President. ,Paul ,Joseph, Cuba? Senor Castro was bully-
Mrs. Glover Heads election of officers ,for the I he extending an Invitation to Ing his people and threatening Seeing is BelievingSee
coming year are on ,the agenda all ; .,Alpha 'Brothers!' whetherthey to kick hell out of the United I
YMCA Musical with the Presentation'"Ban- are; financial or not. This States! But Donna took over: us for clean rooms
quet closing the" meeting on meeting Is being planned for and put a whipping on Castro.
Mrs. Mable Dorsett Glover Sunday afternoon.All fellowshlpplng ,among the old that little Island will never for- i Jamaica Dugie always a
will serve as Music Consultantfor current and former Negro ".members and welcome the get. Ironic? UhhuhlOSCARwlnnlng friend
the Ninth Annual YMCA candidates are urged to'be 'newcomers'.to'the county I

Music Soiree to be held Sept, present !to receive thir: certlflcats *-A., special feature of the 2941 NW 47th St., Miami

27 Breezeway., 4:30: p.m. In the YMCA In person.\4"'I. i": : tne National! Convention -
Mrs., Glover studied at Floil- that was held of America's ten best dressed
<: a.t't h e
da Memorial College and received Palestrlna Bach, Handel and Commodore Hotel in' New York. men by ,the. Custom Clothier'sAssociation. : NOW! is the Time to Sell
the bachelor of science Brahms. Some of the most !'President Joseph attended the,
degree from Florida A and M outstanding local talents will convention and brought back a Poltler, who dresses naMlly, That Home.. Use a Time'Classified

_.' University.....She.',,recel ved, Jn ,partjclpate.on.the program. I.recording of the activities ofntvefsaryw' was named along with such Ad I
in music ana music eaucanon frrtic&TCnb'f >Nw/Aww" fNLlf.r var. '_.. .
the, afe ai r 'BoSke"; | .1t..lyv MnptU"V: Atf; Ex]}.
from Columbia University and
T. Washington
Jr.-Sr
High I
has dcfae postgraduate workat School. .

She Columbia.Is a member of Bethany/ Tickets may be secured from Best Method to Sell! Now It's UniversalDon't
SDA Church and a member of thesponsors or by calling the
the National Sorority of Phi YMCA office at O3t 6-0231? I -A classified ad!
Delta' Kappa. She served director
as -
of the Dade County '.' take our word. Stop in our office and let us

Music Chorus of the Florida BARON'S NEW HOMES show you our large selection of 2 and 3 bedroom
State Preachers Association. CBS homes from $100 down and low
a* aus $60
,i Mrs. Glover, mother of o n e month. per
daughter, was employed as an 3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, Fla. room
Instructor for a number of
years at the Florida A and M 651 NW 47th Street --
university Extension Center. I., 1921 NW 50th Street
She also served as one of the 1835 NW 41st Street OUR BEST SELECTIONSOpen
session chairmen of the State
Music Clinic of the Florida Open 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday 2-6 p.m.

State Music Educators AssocIation We build, buy land or homes 1460 NW 58th St. 2-bedroom 1 bath, carport, CBS,
in Tallahassee In
1959.. choice location school and
near
bus. FHA
I For Sale 6 large I lots $10,500,
Mrs. Glover worked at t' h e $350 down, $60 month. Owner will pay closing cost.o .
first Dade County Summer Need money? See Baron, Call JE 8-1340
Music Center which was held ---- ---

at School Miami this Beach summer.Senior High FHA resale house, 3-bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, Fla.

She has received several citations room, garage. Total price only $14,500. $200. down,
in recognition of volun- ANNOUNCINGNew $86 month. "Hurry on' this one."
tary efforts expended in
helping -
to promote and extend com- Miami Barber College -0---

munity projects. WIG SALONWIGS 1132 NW 37th St. Brand! 3-bedroom
This year's program will fea- new 2 bath,
ture several compositions of Fla. room, CBS. Total price' $16,900. Drive by and
see this.

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ir John Hotel! 4-bedrooms, 2 ,bath CBS-o--
100% HUMAN HAIR ".I.' fenced yard, terrific location
3 air conditioners FHA. Total price only
I, Pool&Patio Club WRITTEN GUARANTEE $15,300, $500 down, $90 month.


1 JOIN NOW -o-
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4 $49.50ALL INCOME PROPERTY Almost new duplex. CBS,

FREE INSTRUCTIONS IN: ,total price only $12,500. $400 down, $71.92 month.
"Live rent free."
" SWMMING
COLORS AND STYLES

'f DIVING Flip French Twist Bubble Page Boy Fluff Oliver --o---
i- Included in Price Large beartilul duplex. 209 NW_41>t St. 2-bedVooms

t SCUBA ....---.--.... each side. Excellent for professional people. $3,000
down, Balance EZ terms.
"
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; Dakicing Pool Parties Professional- Licensed Stylist and Beautician -o-
CALL FOR FREE CONSULTATION 'Why not go in business for yourself"We

, t j'. *-.- ....-----.--.... wash ft i undry. Five year lease, $75 month, 5

t I J J_ Splash, Parties JOIN OUR WIG CLINIC day operation fehres $300 month income. All equip-

cl'If', 1 LEARN TO DO YOUR OWN WIG ment lock, stock and barre Total price'Only.$3,000.
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