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"' TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLI9


42nd YEAR No.3 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER: 19, 1964 c' 16 PAGES CENTS



Are Chinese Indictmentsn




Reds Linked Miss. Rights SlayingsOne I



With .RightsMovement Justice Dept. Set An Indictment Is expected flocked- into -the state for *. i

after an undisclosed numberof campaign against racial prejudice -

To Make MoveThe witnesses testify, sources Four hundred sailors I
Meridian
? from the nearby Naval -
close to the FBI said. Auxiliary Air Station joined -
Justice Department will In the weeks-long search.
The bodies of Andrew Goodman
William Worthy's "The Red ask a federal grand Jury in Fill" agents dug Into an earthen
and Michael Schwerner
Chinese Negro American" In Biloxi, Miss for Indictments ,
lam and found the bodies.
the October Esquire finds cer- r next week In the slaying of the both white and of New York
tain unmistakable links between three civil rights workers In and James Chancy, Negro, of -. ..
Communist China and Neshoba County. Meridian, were found near
the American Negro civil rights Philadelphia, Miss., beneath an King And Pope
movement. Worthy is a first- The source learned that sub- earthen dam August 4. The
hand observer of the fight for poenas were being prepared to /itrlo ,had lAen missing since
Negro rights and is, perhaps, Fk =t serve on witnesses who will housed June 21.'I'he Talk On 'Rights'
in a better position than anyone : by the federal govern-
men were last seen I
ment in seeking the indictments
else to know whereof he -
when' they were stopped for I Through his office in Atlan-
speaks. Thomas Garwln, valedictorian speeding by NeshoUi County ta, Ga., Dr Martin Luther

Worthy, 42, has been foreign of the 1001 graduating class Roy Moore of Jackson, Miss., Deputy Cecil Price. vlng.. now in Europe announced -'
correspondent for the Baltimore of George W. Carver High special} agent In charge of FBI Wednesday that he hopes to
Afro-American. His School is the proud recipient office, ihad "no commenit" on Their disappearance attracted lay the racial situation in the ,

writing has received nationwide of 'the first annual award given the report, and other officials nationwide attention as U; S. before Pope Paul VI J
attention. In 1956-57 he spent were mum. summer student volunteersMURDERER Dr. King disclosed that he
the Dade County Academy
by
41 days In' Communist China, has been granted on audience 1
defying the U. S. ban on such of Medicine to the out with the, Pope Friday, In a
travel. When returned the standing senior student In sci statement Issued from the
State Department refused to ence. This award will rotate PARDONEDKILLS headquarters of the Southern
renew his passoprt. between the four senior high Christian Conference, he said
schools Mr. Garwln has been he hopes to give Pope Paul afll'Rt
Two years ago, he was Indicted accepted as a freshman at Flsk hand account of the racial -

ed States for from reentering Cuga without(the Unit-a University 2 MOl WOMENThe situation and discuss with

a passport and was convicted.He him the role of the church In
was later sentenced to three Wallace Pless, whose life 65-year-old man is creating an Integrated com-
months in prison. That convic- sentence for killing twp per- charged with shooting: to dea'th' munity' life
tion was In turn reversed by Final VoteDelayed sons was reversed under the two women, Carrie Stinson, 50, "Wo are all aware," King
the Fifth., U. S. Circuit Court of Gideon decision of the Supreme and Precious Rollins, 47, on said, "of tho Important rolo
Appeals.Mr. Court was In Jail Tuesday In Monday. which the church has played
On Tallahassee for killing two I In the passage; of the Civil j
Worthy has been writing others. iln a Baker County shootlnp(! Rights; Act and In creating the '
about Red China for a spree! in 1050, Pless killed a kind of ,forgiving, brotherly
decade and was one of the woman parolee, Pearly Hall
climate which made
1. wid&4
first to maintain that the coun- Public LawA and John Lee ," ,I qlft II spread compliance, the
try wan no docile satellite of BOY AT PLAYa
the USSR. Red China has plans He pleaded guilty to tho south. Wo must now bo concerned -
( with the large metro-
of its own as Mr. Worthy Indelibly -
public accommodationslaw shooting and was sentenced
CRUSHED TO of the North
politan areas
out in his Esquire I
points without
to prohibit discriminationIn an attorney to life Im- where the Roman Catholic
article.WOMAN. theaters, restaurants and DEATH prisonment. Last year the U. Church Is a powerful factor in I
hotels was not approved by S. Supreme Court ruled that tho attitude of the people."
Metro Commission Tuesday Ten-year-old Donell Stand- lack of an attorney was n denial -
KILLEDBY but was postponed for a later ley was crushed to death Mon- of a person's constitutional Mayor Willy Urandt invited
dale. day when he pushed n button rights. Dr. King to open the West Berlin -

TAXI The final action off while playing on a piece of Under the ruling Pless Arts Festival He has spoken
was put to what appealed to churches In West Berlin -
by the Commissioners at the heavy It would machinery do. The button see released and was sentenced to and has accepted an Invi- I
Llllla Mae Clark, 42. of 1715 request of the sponsoring heavy which killed- five years proUatlon In tho tation to nddrcss congregationsIn
NW 68th 8t. was identified Community Relations Board. him a said.scoop deaths after ho pleaded guilty East Berlin, where he was
Wednesday after she was kill police 'to second! degree murder instead honored with the doctorate in
ed by a taxi Tuesday. Speaking Swenson for the said CRB the race Edward The boy, who, lived at 2945 I of the' old charge of first theology by a Presbyterian
NW 46th St., was playing witha degree murder.ALABAMA. university
Through a Jitney driver, police relations panel has not had an I
traced Mrs. Clark who had opportunity to study a revised friend at about 5 p.m in !the I
Just alighted from the Jitneyat draft of the law that makes equipment yard of J. W. Draw-
17th Ave. and 51th St. when changes in the enforcement son and Sons, a hauling: con- '
she was struck by the car. procedures.One cern at 4500 NW 40th St., the ELECTS FIRST
friend said Standley was
She had no Identification.The '
change woujd provide standing on the front tire' ofa 'I

Jitney driver told police anyone appearing in Metro heavy loader. The scoop of NEGROES IN 100 YEARSIn
where he had picked up Mrs. Court for violation of the ordl the loader was raised.
Clark and by checking housesIn nance to demand a Jury trial.
the neighborhood the officers Another increases the fine Standley reached! through an Tuskegee, Ala., two Negroes won over Incumbent D. Riley
opening Into the cab of the
found her home.Register from $100 to $150.A elected
machine, Young raid, and were to public r Lumpkins, 018 to 732.
office In Alabama
public hearing and final pressed tho button which released Tusday for
Smith
the first time in almost 30-year-old head of
a century -
reading of the ordinance will the scoop and crushed the of
Their Dept. Sociology at Tus-
to Vote! opponents were
be on Oct. 6. him against the wheel. white. kegee Institute, unseated

Councilman James Braswell
Rev. K. L. Buford, and a college 018 to 70,.. a

F Dangerous Mental Escapee SoughtShoots I Smith professor, after winning, Dr. Stanley seats on II, The victorious Negro candidates -

the Tuskegee City Council expressed gratitude that
s promised that (they will repre- "both races thought we would
of the witnesses identi-
People sent all of the people regardless be able to do a competent job
fied Brunson's picture out of a of race.Negroes in representing the total com-

Without ReasonOne file of suspects. munity." /

of Chiara outnumber whites Some white
"The shooting was voter supportedthe
of the five mental pat- completely unprovoked, Indi- both In population' and in regstered Negro candidates. The
ients who escaped from the cating a psychotic person, voters In Tuskegce. Its council is comprised of five
i maximum security ward at So. i Miami Det. IA. W. P. McClure Sieved) that this also members. Tho newly elected
Florida State Hospital may be said. "Brunson .Chas a habit of brought aJoutthe/ defeat of will Make/ office Oct. 5.
staging holding ups in the city I shooting at people for no reason Mayor Howard Rutherfordwho
I Miami police said Tuesday.He I. ." was running for a secondouryear \ .
term.Rutherford '
Is armed and dangerous Brunson, who is described Black Nationals
," they said. as about five feet ten Inches, l lost to mother

\, Theodore Brunson, 23 the 167 pounds, mustache and long white Keever,candidate a used car, Charles dealer who M. Charged in .Philly
man, Is a former boxer. He and sideburns, is wanted on several received the support of most
Inmates overpowered charges of armed robbery.
four other Negro voters. Keever got 013 Riots
,, their guards and escaped lie formely lived in different votes, Rutherford 732.
two
Fort Lauderdale
from
locations between NW 46th and Three black national "extremists"
weeks ago.Brunson Buford Virginia-born, was a
were accused Tuesday
54th Sts. between NW 22nd
Is believed by policeto t leader in the voter registration in Phlladephla of inciting a
be one of two men who and NW 27th Aves. drive which, with the bloody three-day riot In North

held up the 41 Bar at 4100 NW Three of the five men who help of a federal court order, Philadelphia two weeks ago by
17th Ave. last Thursday and from the Rave Negroes a voting maJorIty spreading,' a report that police
hot the owned William escaped hospital are both In Tuskegee and had beaten a Negro woman to
Chiara, In the neck. THEOUOKE UI t7NSON still at large throughout Macon County. lie death




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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. : Free Enterprise a Fi, ,

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1964 Ass'n to MeetWednesday

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The Free Enterprise Asso-
ciation of Florida will hold a
general membership meetingon
Wednesday, Sept 23, 1964 at ,
8 o'clock In the evening at the A
Bonded Rental Agency, 4150
NW 7th Avenue. S

The guest speaker will b e
., Leon Black, Esq., one of the
nation's leading condemnation .1
1'i attorneys. 41c

The Free Enterprise Association -
w has Invited to t hi ,,1 s kj
meeting a 11 property owners, : I
d White and Negro, whose pro- SAN ANTONIO, Tex. Air- .
perty lies within Projeot One man Shirley Drown of Miami,
: oft h e Urban Renewal area, ?Ja., a member of the WomenIn
fa which Is bounded roughly by
R" the Air Force, has com-
North West Seventh Avenue on pleted the first phase of her
the West, North West Third Air Force basic military trainIng hAN ANTONIO TexasAir
Avenue on the east, NorthWest at Lackland AFB. man Anthony W. nolle son of
i1 ,., thirteenth Street on the Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Rolleof
south and North West Twenty- Airman Brown, daughter of 1245 NW 65th Terr., Miami
::i ztr..t .L ;a second Street 0 nth e North, Mrs. Ora Lee Brown 1301 NW Fla., has completed the first
ley. Theme; "Unifying Efforts whose croperty 1 is subject to 45th St., has been selected for phase of his Air Force basic
Wheatley PTA For Better Achievements" condemnation by the Urban technical training as an administrative military training at Lackland \
Plans ActivitiesThe Jan. 27 Dade County PTA Renewal Agency. specialist at the AFB.
Air Training Command schoolat
Council
officers of Wheatley Ele- The Free Enterprise Association Amarlllo AFB, Tex. Her Airman Rolle has been selected -
has also Invited all
mentary School met last Wed- Feb. 20 Business report property new unit Is part of the vast for technical training as
nesday to plan a program of from the Dade County PTA owners whose propertylies ATC system which trains air- an administrative specialist at
activities.' This Is the result: I Council. Election of delegates 0 nth e expressway pro- men and officers in the diverse the Air Training Command
I to 38th Annual Convention of ject also makes them subjectJimmy skills required by thE: nation's (ATC) school at Amarlllo AFB
Sept 21 First meeting for Fla. Congress of PTA. aerospace force Tex. His new unit Is part of>S
1064. Registration. Greetingsand the vast ATC system which
welcome to PTA members April 6- Easter Tea and The airman, a graduate of train airman and officers in
from the president. Fashion Show. looker] T Washington High
the diverse skills required by
School, attended Miami Dade
Oct. 19 Workshop sponsored April 17 PTA Night. Film Junior College.to the nation's aerospace force.
by the men of Wheatley. presented by Tuberculosis As-
"Daddies Night. socation. Election of officers. The airman is a 19(51( grad-
May 16 Founder's Day uate of Miami Northwestern i
condemnation proceedings.Mr. .
29 Halloween
Oct. Party
program. Senior School
Nov. 8 American Education BlacK will answer all High i
Week. 4 p.m., Miami Shown from left to right: M questions from the audience
Beach Convention Hall Robert C. McKay assistant concerning these very highly'
principal of curriculum; Mrs. technical and Important mat- The 'Times' Goes to '
Nov. 12 -PTA Night. Mary Blue, vice president PTA; ters which so vitally concernall
Nov. 14 Annual meeting. and Stanley Newbold, treasurer. property owners In the affected 9
Open House. areas. College mos. $3.50

Officers not shown are Mrs. '! 1 s, Rg Kjegag 6tftg g rf
Dec. 21 Christmas
program
Annie Mae Jackson, president;
and party. Mrs. A. Rogers, first vice; Mrs.A. .

January 23Vorkshop Godfrey, secretary; Mrs. H. PROFESSIONALj

sponsored by women of Wheat- W Troy, principal. $<

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Recognition Day at Beauty Around .,' ,..,:.1\'v<' OFFICESFOR
'
Kendall Home t. .
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The ClockPlans -
Sunday, Sept. 20 Recognition I Washington, 1783 NW RENT
Day will be observed at 47ih Terr., has Joined the
In motion to bringto
the Dade County Children's are sales staff at Courtesy Ford
Home In Kendall. Lonnle Cur- you a unique and infoma- South Florida's newest Forddealer
New Franklin Federal
tis Wooten, one of the faculty tive beauty attraction. Beauty at 2751 N. Miami Ave BuildingTo
members at Silver Oaks School Around the Clock promises to
will be the speaker. George Ua spectacular event with Washington, a lifelong Mia- be built corner
Jon of Kendall will present a mian, is rated by his associates -
Mrs. Juanita Darling, a staff preview showing of hair styles on the Courtesy Ford N.W. 5th Street and FEC Tracks
member at the Children's and clothing to be worn every sales staff as one of the best
Home will give the vote of hour around the clock. car salesmen In the business. CALL 371-7652
thanks. Washington is a full time teacher -
Hostess: Unit No. 7, Time: 5 and a part time auto sales- ;.tC, 0:: ::c :: :: ....:""
Several of the children will pm. to 9 p.m., October 11, 1964 man hut may switch to full
be appearing on the program at the Sir John Knight Beat. time selling .
Williams
Supervisor Alphonso
will conduct Recognition. Rev. -- -- -- -- Home Study Course For
Ernest Hutcheson Jr. will offer CIVIL SERVICE EXAMSP.
and benediction.The .
prayer public Is invited What About Wigs? O.MIAMI BOX 174, FLORIDA. Gratlgny 33168 Branch

copyright' 1962
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PAGE 3 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, JLA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1964



i Negro Ghettos -Galled Cause Of ,Riots \ I




Marshall Plan Is Best Hope I -

I LPNs To MeetThe

To Licensed Practical!
Out
Wipe
I Poverty Nurses held their monthly
meeting Sunday, Sept. 13 at
A nation-wide Marshall Planto I opportunities for the chroni- the home of of M. Johnson.

wipe out poverty In Negro cally unemployed. Highlights of the meeting
ghettos Is "the last best hope"to MEDICAL CARE Medi- Included a discussion on ".
right historic injustice'and care for senior citizens; better Life Membership with the
avert future rioting the National NAACP." The discussion of
Urban League said today pre-natal care far expectant '" the club's charter is near completion .
J mothers additional clinics and and the coming events
"No extremist Improved hospital care for Ne- 4 of the annual Tea.

I whether Communist group Blrchites groes. A recent League report Many members were present,.
or Dlack Nationalist couldbe termed medical care for this however we attending\
successful In igniting a riotIf group "a national disgrace." ; more members and:
our ghettos were not smoul- q 1t: 1 working along with the group.
dering powderkeca' of resent- WAR ON POVERTY Ex- There Is always a standing invitation ;, I
ment and denial Whitney M. panded Federal, State and local for new members to :
Young, Jr., Its executive director work-study program to join our association
told a graduating class of take an estimated 500,000 out- Mrs. Letlcha' Perpall, reporter
of-school
Negro secretaries completing a and unemployed Negro ......
youngsters off the streets
special training course at New
Work-study and camp training
I York University.
programs for them.RESPONSIBILITIES. Sir John Hotel
He urged the nation to take"a
second look" at the League's : Ap-
domestic Marshall Plan, pro- poln'tment of qualified Negroes
Pool & Patio Club
posed In June, 19G3. It urgeda to all public boards and commissions -
Young Democrats To Host Voters
massive crash program to particularly policy- ; League
upgrade the skills, housing and making agencies working in JOIN NOW
educational opportunities of housing, education, health and Miami is host next week to anti Loan. Association The Sat-
Negroes through a wide varie welfare and employment. Florida's only state-wide Ne urday night, cocktail )Party at FREE INSTRUCTIONS IN
political organization Roosevelt and :
public and private ac- gro Savings Loan
tons. It also called upon Ne- "SUPPORT For N e g r o- The Dade County Young Association will U h a by Invitation SWMMING
to make extra efforts to service agencies and settlement Democratic Association will .
groes
themselves houses In disadvantage! neighborhoods entertain members of the Fla.
qualify for new
op-
hy philanthropic Voters League on Saturday and Reading from left to right: DIVING
portunities. foundations, business, industry Sunday, Sept. 20-27. Dr. E. A. Ward chairman of
I When announced the and 4 League's board of trustees The Florida Voters League' Horn New Smyrna Beach; ,. I
warned that northern ghettos EFFORT Greater efforts Inc is a non partisan state- James F, Daniels, -*-*- .
were "on the verge of taking by Negroes to upgrade their! wide organization, 10 years old Beach; Rev. Archie Williams' : ,
.' flame," a statement Young skills and qualifications, assume with chapters all over Florida.It Orlando; Louis D. Benton, Ft. Dancing Pool Parties
said today, that now has "the a larger burden of the is devoted to voter educa- Lauderdale, vice president; Dr, -, -
ring of prophecy." responsibilities :and obligationsof tion and voter registrationThe E. A. Cosby director of Research + *
citizenship and, In general, ; L. V. Davis president,
Parties
!t In his address at NYU's to make extra efforts for self- headquarters for the seated both of Gainesville Splash
WeinsteIn Hall, 5 University Improvement. two-day convention will b s .
Place Young reeled off figuresdescribing the Hampton House and Villas Standing far right: John W. -
five of the riot- Young spoke at 3 p.m. to agraduating 4200 NW 27th Ave. Registration Stevens, West Palm Beach; Open 7 Any week
torn cities Patterson and class of 38 secreta- of delegates begins Fri-, Mrs. Essie W. Engram, Daytona -
Jersey City, N, J., New York ries all of them high school dav evening from 6-8. Beach; Edward D. Davis Open evenings 1lon.Vett.., Fri.
graduates who
had
l' Philadelphia and Rochester : completed Tickets for the convention treasurer; Tampa-Ocala, Mrs.
as places of poverty and des- an 11-week course to bet- banquet on Sunday are available Annie E. Gayle, Palmetto; Dr. See Charles Contrcrnn, Mgr,
ter their skills.
ndlnlt those who According to at The Miami Times office Von D. MIzell, Ft. Lauderdale,
triggered Mrs. Helen Williams. and the Roosevelt Savings from center. l
the he noted
riot
will; not solve the basic problems League project director, the I ____.\0-...... _. ..._ ......__..,L.D.D.....D... _Ir......_ ".._.......___.... I. ,
(group: achieved a median typ- \
of Improving the lot of of 70 words per )
Negroes. minute nnd a median short- ;
overcome hand, score of 115 words per
"We more
can no
centuries of neglect without minute. HOW DO YOU

special effort through mobilization NYU Instructors taught the
of our entire national secretaries in a program underwritten -
resources against poverty than by Thp Edgar Stern I I
the slaves of Israel could Family Fund IBM, General PAY YOUR BILLS
make bricks without straw for Time Western Electric and
i Pharaoh's cities," Young said. Electric, RCA, Socony-Mobll
Bankers: Trust Co. Young hail-
"Either we will formulate a
blue for ed the "extra effort" of these
equal coast-to-coast opportunities for print all or firms, the secretaries and university as an Illustration of
do we may today find, wondering ourselves:; as which we how the League's Marshall money order, and mailing it? Here's a much handier way, called a I.

will Plan can succeed through cooperative -
extremist group or gang
triggers tomorrow's riots," he >> efforts.


continued.Here I1? what the League's LAJVDSCAPINOSPRAYING I SPECIAL CHECKING ACCOUNT I IIt

Marshall Plan calls for:
for termites fleas,
EDUCATION A crash effort roaches, chinch bugs and trees.
to provide Negro pupils Yard, soil, painting of house
with first-rate schools teachers roof Luten Taylor. PL 4-6743.
and textbooks In an integrated IndlAPARTMENTS Works Like This:

atmosphere; scholar- 1. Come to the Lincoln National Bank, deposit whatever .
ship and work-study programs(:
sponsored; by industry and unIversities .1 amount you want, and get a book of checks : ,
for high school (just 10* each-25 for $2.50)).

graduates of destitute families; $16,50 and $18 Weekly r a .

adult education classes to"wipe 2. Whenever you want to pay a bill, |lust write a ,
out "functional Illiteracy. w
Unfurnished! check for It, in your own home or wherever you I

IIOUSINO Destruction of $20 Week Furnished happen to be. No need to carry a lot of cash 'r r
of
"c "ugly"all the ghettos"housing and of America opening to around, or to go out and buy a money order for i
All ground floor each bill. ; I
all the people of America. tt, ;
This includes additional fair
housing laws more public and 5 acres of paradise 3. You don't have to keep any certain amount in the

middle-Income housing sponsored PLEASE SEE 'bank-just whatever you want, in order to cover
by: cities and non-profit
I'm De.de I JUchbarff.<
the checks write. Each month
agencies. you you get a
2474 NW 58th St. statement of with
your account, together your
Come 'In and auk for me.
PUBLIC WORKS A massive cancelled checks which
The
serve as receipts.
t work effort to t Call 885.1589
a o
ere
i .
small charge for all this service Is 50
needed facilities open new Sept 3 just per I'll !hf' Kilter to help you
month. When you need more checks,. simply pick
up another book like you did the first time. open your account.
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A bank checking account Is a useful re'erence-ond everyone can afford one

this easy, Inexpensive way. ;I
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964H. AT THE VATICANOn


+ Monday in Vatican City Pope Paul opened the
W third session of the Vatican Ecumenical Council and yi S1

pledged anew to help the search for Christian unity.
The Popes celebrated a special Mass with 24 prelates -

on the altar of St. Peters Basilica, Following this he k 4 Qj
R. SIGISMUND RHRVBS, Editor and P bU her addressed 2,500 council father} from around the globe. r47

f _GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor The council must complete the concept of ]papal epis- ,
Member of the National New*papen Publisher ANOclau. copal sharing left unfinished by the last council 94 years + u 7k

-' SUBSCRIPTION RATES ago, said the Pope. /t I4 Iy I-

ONE YEAR $&00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $'.01 He told the bishops that thfci I problems and dangersof :

Uttered M Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Offlo" modern life demanded a greater need for centralized .,
at Miami, Florida, under the act! of March 8, 1876 leadership of the church and promised; to do all possible
to bring Catholics and other Christians together, I'I'
Downtown Offlcw SIt! N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone' PR 3-2230 ;;.: :: t't'''''
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th A"enue-Phone OX 1-0421 I J..'. f.:,:;". ",'l',.:, jf::

"CREDO OP TilE NEGRO PRESS" Dr. Gore f1 1If" :-t( ">,"-IT>' ,. ;'r:.1.:'"' 1'l' \' "
to
Meet With ,{ > ; ,.:'14ft
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America
The NEGRO PRESS believes that can beat lead tata :
,: : 'ft\..
world from racial and national antagonism when it accord to
every man regardless or race, creed or color his human and Miss Helen M. orsett
legal rights. Hating' no man. fearing no man-the Negro iAlumni Here ; secretary of the Boardof recording
triYM to help every man in the firm belief that all pre"j Management of the G. W '
dart an long as anyone is held; hack. I Dr. George. Gore Jr., press ed diligently to arrange a Carver Branch YMCA and cochairman -
ident of Florida A and M University meeting of alumni with the of the annual Music
WELCH FOR METRO MANAGER will deliver the main university president. Soiree, phone the sponsor
address when the Miami chap.- of this highly cultural event
All
ter of the PAMU Alumni Association FAMU grads, whether scheduled for Sunday Sept. 27,
In Miami, interest centers around Metro and ex-Man- plays host to Brow- they are affiliated with the association 4:30: p.m. at the YMCA.
ager Irving McNayr's successor. As usual, there is disagreement ard and Dade County Florida attend this or not, are urged to
meeting. It shouldafford
A and M The
University
the
graduatesat sponsors of
programare
over who will be the next manager. Among Its opening meeting.The an opportunity to get Mesdames Ida Mae Adams,
those mentioned are: A. E. Fuller, former Miami City first hand information about Edythe Barfield, Rosebud Byrd,
the
:Manager; Kent Mattheson, former County Manager; 'the meeting Is being heldat issues alma should mater and many Marie Brown, Blanche Callo-
and
Hampton House Motel will be air-
Floyd Gibson, County Manager at Pinellas; Alan Boyd, and Villas, 27th Ave. and 42nd ed. way Colston, Luther, Gloria Carey Coleman, Lugusta Debris
chairman of the Civil Aeronautics. Board; Melvin Reese, St. at 8 pm. Saturday, Sept. 26. Following Dr. Gore's message Collier, Ann Coleman,
Edwin
Miami City Manage the Demeritte, president of the president will helen M Dorsettt Willie Mae
local chapter, announcedthe open the meeting for a ques- Denson, Leona Eldrige, A m a a
We are in accord with Mayor, Chuck Hall who favors opener the to what he, conski tion and answer .period which Fludd, Alma .Flnley, Frankie
a local man. In fact we have said this once before.If ers year for kick-off the Alumni to a Associa banner will be followed by a recep- Goldsmith, Mamie Gill Ruth
tion. While Greenfield, Gibson
In Catherine
the city, Dr. ,
a local man can be found, why look to the green hills tion.The Gore will host luncheon for Susan F. Harris, John Haynes,
far away? local chapter has work principals of the local high I Velma Johnson Mary Johnson,
schools on Friday morning. Elizabeth Jones, Eugene Kemp,
Why not get together and decide on confirming -- -- lIe Is also Geraldine Moore Ella Moncur,
Acting Manager Welch as Metro' manager? He has meeting with the scheduled Orange for Blos-a I. C. Mick Carolyn Morley,
served as assistant manager to both Manager Hump r som Classic Committee Friday Rev.Parker Henry C. McDowell, Willie -
,
Dorothy Portlock,
Campbell and McNayr and should be qualified to guide evening with and an Informal meeting Artie Richardson, Walton Rob-
Metro providing the commisioners' give him their sup- '. chapter leaders interested of the local inson Murray Radln, J ani I e
port. and friends of the members Reeves, Lenora Sands Jefford
university on Smith, I. R. Straughter Auth-
Dade County should be able to find a man capableof at Saturday the afternoon Miami in his suite erlne Strapp, Rev. William F
managing its Metropolitan government., NS Hotel. International Savoy, Mary Washington, Oscar -
.. f W. Weaver, Merdesta Wil- ,
Seek ye the streets of Miami, and see if you can finda son, Mildred Marks and Blon- j
man. | < / I JUftl'' J SIGMA: GAMMA IllIO'S eva Monroe. i

Teen Town Time Brahms Compositions, Handel by, Bach Palestrina,
PRESIDENT JOHNSON VISITS I Again will be featured with the tal- J
ented Mrs. Mable Dorseet Glo-
President Johnson was a visitor to Miami on Tues ?* Get set Teenagers of ver serving as music consultant _
i grade 8 through 1- .
12 for the
; 4th
day and was ai speaker' at the Deauville 'Hotel, Miami nnnual fall Jamboree (record
Beach, where the Machinists were holding their conven- hop Saturday, Sept 2G at the Tickets may be secured from
tion. Carver Banch YMCA. the sponsors or by calling the
YM office Ox G-0231.
An estimated 10,000 persons lined Collins Avenuein The time is 4 to 6:30: p.m.
order to have a look at President Lyndon B. Johnson, announcements Watch this column for other
or call Mrs.
He was well guarded by police and federal agents. KIWIN DK.MKIUTTE Liberty G01-35C5! or Mrs. Cherry The 'Times' Goes to

The President spoke on unity. He pointed out the President Miami Alumni' Your. G91-1474.Teen See Town you Reporter then. College 9 mos. $3.50

imrovements made in the field of labor and the increased ;r.!;11:!;' :!:;'' ": /IV:.1:.:11:.:'t. . .
scale. :! r :: : : : : : : :
wage

d The greatest success, any"'system ,has ever achieved ---u ij::;
:t and the greatest cause any people have ever borne.
'
"Whiether\ we look through !the eyes of labor or .

business, white collar or blue collar,< farmer or profes- a I HIS HOME INSURANCE f:
sional these are", years of great success for all Americans ;t

j ," said the President. N I WITH I u:

' This year and every year the progress of all IB: ,"J''

the people must not be victimized' by the prejudices of THE EARL t:
CARROLL
any of the people. 1 :jj

"That success is yours and mine. We must not lose I
that success' or fail that cause and we shall not." q

Johnson's The President speech: also was urged enthusiastically the support cheered.of Medicare.Mr. ,:j j Insurance Agency Inc. iJi


Republican Senator Barry Goldwater, who is also a ,t2:c! ; 1 1101-02 INGRAHAM BUILDING
candidate for the office of president, was in Florida, utt.
speaking at Orlando, Tampa and St. Petersburg. Gold- ;; EARL CARROLL DOWNTOWN
water wants to know what's happening in Viet Nam. He U ,/
called the breakdown of law and order a serious matter. F::U5 4 Your Friend 25 S.E'. 2nd Avenue iU

Republicans gave him hearty- welcome. There r: 4 Dade and Broward Counties' First Colored tl
were cheers and chants of "We want Barry" !:a SUPPORT Agency ''l
.lt THIS AGENCY '

REHABILITATING IN '65 plc'!:2 U' Who Someday May Employ Your Child e;

The City of Miami, with its new 11-man Downtown w t Insurance Acceptable on VA and FHA Homes :tUj

Development Board, is in the field for a program directors N\ "A" RATED COMPANIES PERSONALIZED
To this end the Commission on Monday agreed to J.J.t t SERVICE :

spend $50,000 for salary of a director and his staff. I.lh Remember when you buy Your a home Insurance- you can call us to write 'Ij ltd f

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existing The facilities.director would be expected to coordinate many :t MONTHLY PAYMENTS ARRANGED AUTOS I

Mayor Robert King High said: I tc I Dade County Phones: 379-7603

"We have to recognize the importance of the down- It 379-7604 SRSLLFllcd U. c, :

town area. It supplies most of our tax revenue and the It. Monday Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 pan. nere

area is declining:. Its decline hurts all areas of the: city." .I It.. Broward County: 923-9547 Churches tl

Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz's motion that a ItS. WHEN BUYING YOUR IJ
NR'Jlo
apt m, BE SURE TO TELL YOUR S "
MORTGAGE
election creating the tax
charter authority and
special q Ijg COMPANY OR BANK THAT YOU WOULD
district be held early in the spring and, resolutions setting LIKE US TO INSURE IT

the dates will be voted on at the September 30 meeting' &3SS3830.'3: ttt:
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TEMPLE BAPTISTThe THE ,MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.

Rev. L. Q. Cox, pastor SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1964 PAGE 5
of Mt. Carey Baptist Church,
Sandlland Village, will be the
preacher at the 11 n.m. ser-
vices Sunday. The Rev. Dr. H.
j W. Brown, pastor of Bethel, I
Nassau, will preach at 7 pm. College Special v
Both of -these clergymen are .
--- their home
on way from the ,
YOU KNOW that the A HANDY FLACK to pickup National Baptist Convention.
Eiffel Tower which was builtIn your tickets for University of The public is cordially Invitedto I Don't miss the news from home while you
France for the International Miami football games is at attend both services.
Exposition of 1889, Is celebrating Roosevelt Savings and Loan
Its 75th annivesary this i Ass'n in Edison Center The Woman's, Day chairman,
in school. We will mail the
are .i
year. For 50 years It was the Mrs. Matilda Hall and co- away
world's tallest structure and J. It. TAYLOR, dean of Miami chairman, Mrs. Lula M. Cole-
realtors, has returned froma brook with their captains and
think
when of
today we
France, we think of the Eiffel business !trip to Puerto Rico other co-workers are shapingup Miami Times to any college in the coun-
their plans for a record-
Tower. :Mr. and :Mrs nonCUHTIS breaking Woman's Day. All

LARD CONNIE had the and pleasure JOHN of theirniece's DIL- Lois have Mitchell as their of house Detroit guest who, Mrs.is are cooperation.The expected. to give their full try every week, Sept. thru May for only

the sister-in-law of Mrs. Cur-
company for the past tis. They both had a wonderfultrip pastor wishes to say
three weeks. Niece Connie Dianne
to Nassau aboard the Ba- "thank you" to all who helped $3.50
Williams of New York
hama Star.18KXKRT. him go to the National
City forsook the Fair City for I, Baptist Convention ,
time In Magic
our City. SANDS returned
/
HI<:T WELL wishes to Rev.J. : from, a nine-day vacation in -- 1 I
D. Williams of Brownsville. Virginia visiting his brother
''Rev. Williams has been hospitalized George. Sands had a lot of A Clarified Ad Will PayOff
praise for the land of Washington -
for the past four
and for the friendliness of
weeks the Virginians. Incidentally, in Big Dividend 6740 NW 15th Avenue OX 1-0421
HOPE Glades Robinson, Sands was once a member of
teacher at Lillie C. Evans is up the Miami Times. ,
and out
soon. WELCOME homo to :Mr. and
Mi. nml :Mrs. JAMES DAVIS Mrs. Jeff Davenport (Ethel
(Helen Jackson) are the proud Hamilton) of 1490 NW 68th $150 down $50 Mo.
parents of a baby girl. Con- St. upon their return from vacation -
gratulations to the three of to Houston, Texas. Mrs.
you. Davenport is on the staff at $6,900 TOTAL
Christian Hospital. l
HATTIE KVANB' mother, '
Mrs''''Willie Evans, has returned WELCOME BACK to the old Clean 2-bedVoom home
home after an extended stay desk will be extended to Miss
with Hattie, Arthur and the Delores E. Smith after a two-
new addition to the family. week vacation to New York
1621 NW 58th StreetPL
City, taking In the World's Fair I
EDWARD and VERTICE and visiting relatives In Jer- PRESENTED BY ., '
Johnson celebrated another sey and Connecticut. Miss *
wedding anniversary recently. Smith, is secretary of Carey's. 7-4108 Gamma Zeta Omega
Rental Agency, where she's Chapter
entertained Little ROBIN friends ARRINGTON at Play I been employed for some years ::: ::: :: :: $- ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA

Land to celebrate her fifth SORORITY t4,
birthday. Robin is ithe daughterof
rlngton.Atty. and Mrs. Henry Ar- New Horizons for School-Community I BENEFIT 0'SCHOLARSHIP x" y

RUBEN DONALDSON h n M RelationshipsCalling FUND
,, returned from a summer; in
Asbury Park, N J, Dade CountyAuditorium
all George Washington Carver High School

HORRY TO nEAR G. Robert Parents, Teachers and Friends ,
(Gus) Love is In the hospital.A MIAMI, FLORIDA
cherry hello to you. Hope --- ,
you're soon up and out. SUNDAY, OCT. 18, (
BIG MASS MEETINGWednesday
HUXLEY'S librarian Ruby 1964
King Is in Christian Hospital. 4.00, P. M. 4

VISITING HOME after' a 5-
week cross country stint with One-year Subscriptionto
the General Motors Industrial Septeber 23 at 7 p.m. Ebony or 6 MonthsSubscription I
Show as a music director is t to f I
David "Panama" Francis. Pana- SCHOOL AUDITORIUMOf Jet -------$2.50
ma has played with some of
importance to all members of the
the top bands In the country great Donation __ 2.50
since moving to New York Coconut Grove South Miami areas Total$5.00
many years ago. His daughter,
a social worker, is very activein
the Harlem Youth Movement -
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HAM SOLOMON in back In rt7.9 :. J'Alb dTA' C> A"Cn; c'---L,Cfiwi -.Ao:>CV't3
circulation after surgery and a THERESA FLORIST
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Miamian Receives Urban League's THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.

I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1964 PAGE 7
"March to the Ballot _

A Teaching Post At UCLA Box" in GearThe

I bM .- I National Urban League's 164,000 Flags Used In

_"_U'_ non-partisan "March to 'I he I
Ballot Box" registration and
voting campaign Is In high 1 1963 For Deceased Vets
\gear with field staffs and volunteers

covering "targetareas" More than 101,000 American friends or associates of the vet-
In 15 cities
I L'r Z with large flags used to drape the caskets erans at the conclusion of the
e'a Negro door-to-door populations and similar of deceased veterans were service, C. \V. Boggs, officer In
t canvassing In 53 Issued In 1DG3 the Veterans
Miami
I other Urban charge VA office, ex-
League commu-
y I Administration said today. That plained.
N a'.pti nities. was about 11,000 more than In
a Sterling Tucker, director of the previous year when 153- Flags may be obtained from
+ r the League's special citizen education 183 were given out. the VA at bl SW 1st Ave. and
project headquated In at most post offices over the
k Washington, announced that 16 These flags are used to drape state; also at embassies, consu-
project directors have been appointed the caskets of veterans with I i lates, legations and missions
to supervise the tar- wartime service who were disI overseas through arrangements -
, get city campaigns. I charged under conditions other i made with -the State
They are: Phillip A. Gordon, than dishonorable, or who Department. i
1'x. Detroit Leo served at least onp enlistment |
; Adderly, Miami;
Rev Milton L. Upton, New during peacetime, unless discharged > During the past 13 years
Orleans; Mrs. Victoria Sims, or released< from duty the number of flags Issued has
Plttsburpr; Alvin D. Moore; Newark for dlstabilty In line of\ service. I' increased from 81000 annually
; John Berry, Baltimore; to the more than 104,000 figure -
fi Edgar Edwards Los ; Customarily these flags aro .
7 Y .r a Ronald Cault. Chicago;: Kenneth given to next of kin, close ,

t)......, Banks.., ; Cleveland: ; Robert_ .
uaiiien and William roies,
New York City; and Henry
Dr. W. n Stewart, presidentof Peace, Atlanta Three LESTER'S BEAUTY PRODUCTS
G'I
Dr. Reginald L. Jones, for- Edward Waters College, Urban League executive Is Bringing to Miami t
merly of Miami, received Jacksonville
a announces the rectors are serving as project
teaching post in UCLA's edu- appointment of Virgil D. director In their cities
cational psychology department Hawkins to the 10C1-05 college Chester Jones, Columbus; Percy; AN EDUCATIONAL CLINIC
for the coming year. faculty. Hawkins will be director II. Steele, Jr., San Francisco

During the past year, he of public relations and and William Douthit, St. Louis. You) cannot afford to mil
redevelopment, according to
Thousands of volunteers ''
was associate professor of are -- FEATURED ARTIST -
Dr. Stewart's
announcement. slgnln! -up i In the knock
psychology at Fisk Univer- 0 n
sity In Nashville, Tenn. Hawkins holds the baccalau- every door campaign which is MRS. ELLA MONCUR
reate degree from Bethune- informing all registered Negroes International Master CosmetologistAt
His wife, the former John- Cookman College, master's degree that "First Class Citizens
ette Turner of Dayton, Ohio, in the field of public Vote!" Clyde Killens'New
relations -
has fulfilled the requirements The Urban Island Club.
and last June received League Is now
r
necessary for a master's degree the bachelor of laws degree producing posters, flyers, but-
In fine arts at Miami Uni- r both from Boston University tons and other educational 1000 NW 2nd Avenue y
versity in Oxford, Ohio. Boston, Mass. material for Its workers to use Monday and Tuesday
As a farewell to Nashville, In keeping people registered
Mrs. Jones exhibited various The new faculty member and turning out the vote on
works of art at the Van Vech- spent seven years as directorof November 3. SEPTEMBER 21-22,1964
ten gallery 'there. public relations at Bethune- :
Dr. Jones is a graduate of Cookman College and recently Tucker announced that David
Booker T. Washington High resigned as director of vot- Apter has been asociate director 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
School here. He received his er registration for the six and Frank Stanley, Jr., information I
A. B. from Morehouse Col- New England stales for the director, of the Wednesday, September 23
lege, his M. A. from Wayne NAACP with headquarters In March to the Ballot Box .
Tablet Free
!University, Detroit and his Boston.. Show Time 9 p.m. sharp t-
Ph.D. In ; from
psychology
Ohio State University. 9 ARTISTS AND MODELS' DANCECLINIC
He Is the son of Mr. and Rev. HutchesonOn REDUCELose
Mrs. Charles J. Johnson, 2535
NW 66th St.SOCIAL. WMBMFrom up to 6 pounds -- r
Monday, Sept 21 to l'uu'l Ubi'll.14pdoll': "How to bring your jNitroin hack to the '
Friday, 25th Rev Ernest weekly
r SECURITY Beauty Salon
Hutcheson Jr., chaplain and Dr. Long
R staff member of the Dade I'ancJIr1s<< Mi*. .Opal KtttK MiVillirInilnni Htarkey, Mr.
County Children's Home at IS45S.W.1at St. David Pont and Mr. Mcljcntor McKee. y

Kendall Is scheduled to doliv- FR 3-2748 For farther Information mil NE ff2821FUND
er brief transcribed devotional -
E:: -'>C- ffl. message on WMBM at 5:15:
-.' }1.Zill__lI)(; a.m. These services are to end I .
.
As r.ms'"'"'nn u..VUNru t with a 15-anlnute service Sun- r: -

day, Sept. 27 at 0:15: a.m. I
Most Dade County area resi- :
dents get their social security RAISING ?
checks without delay when "Red Herrinlgs orTeachers"
they retire according 'to Ed- ,
ward P. Blonston, manager of on

: ity the office Miami lie North said social these secur-per- Open Mike ..1"" "'I } l. 10 ft., \\J \

sons planned for their retirement Open Mike, with Hendrlk J, ; You Can't Miss
i by checking with the social Herns, will discuss "Red Her- r 4 .e
. security office ahead of rings or lied Teachers?" Sun- ..
I time.A day from 7 to 0 p.m. Special \ 4 WithOPERATIQN.: __ _._.!
claim for payments can- guests will be Pat Tornillo, ,
not be made until the worker Neil Sonnet and Richard Rowland "' .
la within three months of retirement As usual the program SUPPORT OUR SJAt-E'
age. However, the will come live from the
social security office can advise Hampton House.
people of any age what
Whatever obJecrve-
they will need when your I
they apply -
uniforms Instruments travel
for payments In later ,
years.According. c, funds- Laura Lee has the
evidence of
nto.;
'f
to Mr. Blonston. "It's also helpful If a person answer that has worked for
"every person claiming socialsecurity has evidence of his past year's 4 s' thousands of organizations:
retirement check earnings," he said. This Is usu- 3 Fresh, top-quality candies, P
\, must furnish evidence of hlr ally a copy of his W-2 form, ora packaging personalized with!
age." A birth certificate la not copy of )last year's tax return your organization's imprint! I IQuicksell
necessarily required. Many If the was self- '
person ; sales
people do not have birth cer- employed.For carry cases,
'
tificates. In many cases Bible ,; w. ,4cet71 y I assistance. \
I records, a voter's registration further Information contact / No Initial Investment,no storage !
Insurance policies, or almost your social security officeat SS'' -order as you need. Always .
I any old record can be used as 234 NE 7&th St., 75J-1! 21. nr factory f fresh, ,. '!

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r Beauticians Educational i DEAD BODIES FOR SALE

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Clinic At Island Club ,: 11I

I In the second! of the series of articles it feels that there is reasonable groundto
Mrs. Ella Moncur, master State Competitive Venus-
cosmetologist and international Award for tree consecutive I certain local funeral directors mad d support it, they shall set a) day for a |
demonstrator for Lester's years. public their endorsement of this attempt public hearing to determine whetheror I
Products is featured artist for to bring to the attention of the not the license of the funeral direc- '
Lester's Educational Clinic, public the unscrupulous practices of
Monday and Tuesday, Sept 21- certain funeral directors who victim- tor or embalmer so charged shall be I
22. revoked suspended. A of the '
or copy
ize the bereaved and who trade in
On Wednesday, Sept. 23 the deadl) human flesh. charges will be mailedl! to the funeral
Artists and Models and Dance iu director or embalmer involved by reg- |
will Ue held at Clyde Killen's isered mail together wit h a' notice I
Island Club, NW 2nd Ave. and THE COMMITTEE FOR ETHICAL
which will inform said funeral director '
10th St.One
PRACTICES IN THE FUNERAL PRO-
embalmer when and what place
of the features of the FESSION by endorsing these articles or
clinic will be a panel discus- strikes a blow at the practices about the charges will be heard. The funeral (
sion, "How to Bring Your director of will have
course, an oppor- |
which these articles have been
Patrons Back to 'the Beauty com-
tunity to dlefend himself in person and I
Salon." Panelists will be Mrs. plaining: the employment of "runnersto
Opal King, Mrs. Wilhelmlna. obtain the consent of bereaved fam- with counsel if he or she so chooses. j

Lester Starkey,McKee.David Post and Mc- ilies to give ,the dead bodies of their The Board has the power to subpoe-I

loved ones to certain funeral homes for na any books, papers or other docu- j
Mrs. Moncur has taken sev- i service, the use of so called good ments and witnesses to testify before
eral post graduate courses in |
hair designing, among them friends of the family to persuade the it for the purpose of determining the |
"Sections D'Art Dela Coiffeur"in bereaved to use a certain funeral di- ruthfulness of the charges involved. I
Paris, France. She has also rector while secretly accepting a commission The witnesses before this Board will
been winner of the New York I for this vulture like service, he paid the same per diem as witnesses

.. and the practice of obtaining advance who appear before the Circuit Courtin
-
information about deaths by drown the State of Florida.If .
Taft lf ing, shooting, knifing, automobile acci-
opt ,
G 4WJt.ltl< dents andl! other deaths by violent and after hearing the evidence the
accidental means which enables certain Board is satisfied from all of the evi-
funeral directors to be first on the dence that the funeral director or em-
(, scene in order ''to bargain with the be- balmer involved has in fact been guil-
I reaved family even before they have ty of an unlawful practice of the type
( that has been mentioned the
previously
received the news, in some instances,
j from other Board make without further notice re-
jI any source.
I voke or suspend the license of the fun-
By endorsing these articles, the eral director or embalmer before it.
COMMITTEE FOR ETHICAL PRAC- This procedure is simple enough for
TICES IN THE FUNERAL PROFES- laymen to understand and be able to
I SION, also went on record as opposing protect themselves against the type of
those certain funeral directors in our practices that the COMMITTEE FOR
.hli4 I II Ii area who will go to the extent of approaching ETHICAL PRACTICES IN THE FUN-
M II certain members of a family ERAL PROFESSION has been bring-
I andl! attempting to persuade them to ing to the attention of the public in
I change their choice oE'a funeral direc- these articles.It .
tor by lying to that certain member of
\ \ \ cul'aI1 the about the character is herefore obvious than if the
: family or services x
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i of another funeral director there- general public cares enough about the
by violating the ethics of /the profession diginity and respect surrounding the !
I and the law itself and creating embalming and burial of their dead, |
andl if they are sufficiently informed I
I dissension and strife among the family -
I l I members. These practices are felt that they can use these proceduresset I
i by' the State of Florida in order
1 I by the COMMITTEE FOR ETHICAL up j
1W.. : PRACTICES IN THE FUNERAL PRO- to protect themselves from harrass- (
ment and exploitation those who
by |
vicious and
FESSION to be especially
*IFI HAD A MILLION --L"D BUY7HESCHOOL unlawful where the family has already would take advantage of the grief ofa I

AND SETALL THE LITTLE BOYS SGIRLS FREE placed the remains of their departed purposes.bereaved family for their own evil '

loved one in the custody of another
m.i4A.r7t4TL FfAwf'ES' funeral director or embalmer for em- Any interested citizen who desires |

-" -" -.--..---...,. '" -. balming or for funeral services. to protect his family and'' loved ones I
from such practices and who has per-
Last week It was pointed out that the sonal knowledge of any of the practicesthat
STATE BOARD ,OF FUNERAL DI. we have outlined in any of the
LIB CITY DECTORS AND EMBALMERS FOR previous articles are invited to correspond -
THE STATE OF FLORIDA is vitally with the STATE BOARD OF |
interested in the revocation of the licenses FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM-

DRIVE THEATRE of such funeral directors who BALMERS 'OF FLORIDA, executive

engage in such degrading, unethicaland offices 4O6-10, Law Exchange Build-
22nd Ave. and Palm Drive-in Theatres unlawful practices. The COMMIT- ing, 238 East Forsythe Street, Jack-
TEE FOR ETHICAL PRACTICES IN sonville, Florida.If .
COMPLETELY INTEGRATEDOX THE FUNERAL PROFESSION is vitally -
interested in the protection of the, you desire any help in preparing a
1-7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St. written complaint if simply wish
or you
public from such practices and the
more information from the
NOW SHOWING directly
the State
forwarding of complaints to
Board! itself, contact
you may any
Board when such instances of unethical -
member of the COMMITTEE FOR
andl! unlawful practices occur.
NOW OPEN ETHICAL PRACTICES IN THE FUN-
How do you go about bringing these ERAL PROFESSION all of whom are
practices to the attention of the local Negro Funeral Directors and
Board? Simply make an affidavit' or they will be very pleased to help you
sworn statement under oath'as to your assist them in making of the funeral

SAMUEL BRONSllW personal knowledge of the conduct ofa profession a. dignified and respectableone
funeral director or embalmer that in which the quality of service, integrity -
\; SOPHIA LORENSTEPHENI you feel was unethical or unlawful. A and respect for human grief
//GUINNESS/ I member of the COMMITTEE FOR will be the standards which attract
/ ETHICAL PRACTICES IN FUNERAL thft public to a funeral director or em-
f JAMES I CHRISTOPHER PROFESSION will be pleased to help balmer' than sharp dealing' cash com-
MASON J J PLUM ER you in this regard. That complaint will "rliesions and quetionable "connec-

fit 1k THE FALL be filed with the Board at no cost to tions" of any type with persons who
The Board shall then conductan
OTHNe yourself. are willing to "get the body" for a
ROMANEMPIRE investigation of the charge and if price.

3:

a TECHNICOLOR. I The Committee for Ethical Practices

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ANTHONY QUAYlEIPtnf1 r! |

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1964 PAGE 9 I

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North Dade Plays Belle f


Glade After Rams WinI I -4r


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The Thunderbirds of North team
Dade High School are deter- Our salute for player of the
mined not 'to repeat the sta- week from North Dade is Cecil -
tistics of last year that revealed Jones, center.
a 1-9 season's record. They It't t
were successful last week at f A '
the JC Stadium in starting the 1
'64 season with a 13-6 victoryover R aR S ,
the Rams of Mays of
C"w<>ulds. A far cry from the 1
41-0 loss of last year.It .
is their intention to add
Belle Glade to the list Satur- :
day, which will also be play-
ed at the JC Stadium at 8 p.m. Ward No. 12 of Mt. Zion omi Espy, Mrs. Ellen Heidt,,

tonight. I Baptist Church held its regu- Mrs. Nancy Brewester, Miss
Coach Percy Oliver was highin lar meeting on Labor Day afternoon Ilisterine Pittman und two J
his praise for his coachingstaff :, at the home of Mrs.
which he claims is doinga Estelle B. Jones, 2955 NW cousins and Benjamin Ili idt.

Herculean Job In its various 48th Terr. After the meetingthe r__ __ -
areas. lie is aware of the fact group assembled on the
that there isi a..lot of work to lawn and enjoyed barbecued
be done, but foresees no par- : chicken and ribs to the delight FOR RENTNew
ticular difficulty in putting : of all.
Lakeshore High, of Belle Glade 3-bedroom hove
i ip the win column. Those enjoying the feast
The Thunderbirds' crushing were Mr. pnd Mrs. Ellis Williams NORTH MIAMI BEACH 1
<' Rev., and Mrs. EdwardT.
defense to be the
proved mar-
Graham, MJand Mrs.
gin of victory;, for N.D. as they Deposit Required
Albert
Cldye Lee, Mr. and Mrs. -
in their
beat
Mays
opener. Crosby, Mr. and Mrtf.. M1CKINS' RENTAL;
After a scoreless first quar- t Oscar Edwards: Prof and Mrs
ter Mays scored its lone touch- T 1 1) Diinsby, Jacksonville: AGENCY .
down on a 70-yard drive that Deacon and Mrs 1 J. Howard +
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was aided by 35 yards in pen- Bryant, Deacon and Mrn.. Willie NE 4-0500 1
alties 'against the T-Birds. 7 Dlxson I Deacon and Mrs. + '11I

Mays quarterback Collier w. Lonnie 1'lttnwn Mrs. Marina .
...
completed an 8-yard screen : White, Mrs Addle Pierce and "/xxxrx- <>>>-XWWW <"M W* *>*>i**- -**

pass to Brown and a 13yardtoss ; lip children Mrs\ Maud Chandler,
to end Tom Whittier The ;Mrs.:; Louvenin Knox, Mrs. For Best Result
score came on a 14-yard sweep Mayme Campbell:: Mrs. Eve- I lNELSO
around right end by Charles lyn Wynn an son Dwain, Mrs.

Tennie. Roman Scott Jr., of 2101 NW Dorothy Wilder and children, Try Classified Ad ADAMS
a
ND's first TD was set up by C8th Terrace competed on the Mrs. Mattie Shepherd, Mrs.
an intercepted pass by tackle i stage of Surfslde Civic Auditorium Francis WUloughby, Mrs Na- CHAIRMANFRANKLIN
James Rolle on the Mays 28. for the title of "Mr. _. --- j
Quarterback Tyrone Wells Florida of 1901." FEDERAL
completed a nine-yard toss, He didn't win the top title BRONZE HOUSE OF BEAUTYOf
quarterback Bruce Edwardscame SAVINGS ADVISORY! ,
in and hit end Bobby but he did pick up the trophy 301 NW: .17th Street
Washington with a jump passover for Most Muscular an honor 1307, NW' 54th Street COUNCIL ;
center. Washington shook never before awarded to a Ne
off a tackler at -the 10 and gro. Hays| moved! to a new, locationWe Nelson Adams ono of our
dashed over for the score. are InvlUnrnH our old friends and new friends to come community's cultural and civic
The tie-breaking score came Young Scott has ben mi all Wo dq leaders Is the principal of Dun- J
around athlete In thy' past but und stows.' Work done by ,experienced operator.
with only nine minutes and 42 bar Elementary School, the 1.
'
has been training intensively all the latest trends in hair rwork.
deacon
seconds remaining in the final of St John's Baptist I ii
quarter, when Cecil Jones, cen- during the past nine years for Specializing; In weovcd hair "Iud'I! H Church and a llfe-tlmo mcm'I
competition.
ter, recovered a blocked punt physique J Let u/ do your wig work coppled but never equalledHXPEIUKNCKD ber of the Florida Council on
In the Mays' end zone, making We can confidently predict a Elementary Education. He
the score t 12-6, and Daniel bright future for him in this OPERATOR WANTKD served 'two years as president
Griffin kicked for the extra field, Judging from his show- Mrs Louise lUIey, Prop. of the KCEE and represented
point. Ing this year against the most Dado County at the national
The T-Bird defense held outstanding: competition in Elementary Principal's Council 1
Mays to only 77 yards In the the history of the Mr. Florida in Minneapolis, Minn.
air and 'they were able to contest.
complete only four out of 14 Roman is a well balanced said At, a"In recent 1012 meeting the finest Nelson and .
,
PARENTS!!!
passes. youth with a good mind as ATTENTION I safest vessel that was ever
The entire North Dade team well as an outstanding body. built, the unsInkable Titanic, I
deserves a glowing salute witha The sponsors have him com- struck an Iceberg anti sank
tribute to an alert defensive pete in the contest. You are invited to attend our with pretty nearly everybody ,

on board. The staggering fact :)
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Is not that the ship went, down P
Central Life's West Palm Beach OfficeThe hut that she went down after
OPEN HOUSEOF hours of radio warnings; her
'
engines at full speed, her band
playing, her passengers danc
ing and apparently nobody
caring a darn that there was
s. VK-fiSGt .*' */Ndt JMViMt*OKttfgSLynnjeff I ice ahead. And that is tho
staggering fact about thousands -
Kindergarten of families !in our com-
munity warnings!' every- \
where yet wo live life to the
,hilt without saving a penny!
Beautiful Day Care Center
"Emergencies strike swiftly

New, Modern in Every Respect Overnight sickness can over-
take us and Job layoffs overy- ,
See The Expert Care Given Your Child whelm us. The prudent, look
ahead family, however rea-
Sanctioned and Approved by Dade County lizes that emergencies can bo I
c.. very real and very near and ,
Health Department 'therefore a portion of every--
above is the new and modern company-owned W. t thing it earns is saved in the r

Palm Beach district office building located at 020 13th '. "Mother, a Truly Lovely Home For form of an insured savings I
account, at Franklin Federal :
Street. The company also owns its district offices In Miami, Your Chiid While You Are at Work Savings and Loan Association.

Pensacola, Orlando, Lakeland and Bradcnton. The comp. Here, you have the strengthof I

any's program, calls for ownership of all Its district office. Seeing is Believing a federally and the chartered counsel of assooatlon men- .

Central Life Offers For Your who are experts in the sayings -
Come-out Sunday,.Sept. 20 and loan business. They
ConsiderationModern will help you open personal or

From 1.5 for our Open House family savings account. As
and Attractive Policies From $1,000 up to you save, Franklin Federal
$50,000 REFRESHMENTS SERVED adds generous dividends at the
current rate of 4ft% a year,

WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT EDUCATIONAL paid and compounded four '1.
MARJORIE BRYANT, Supervisor times a year."Franklin .,
MORTGAGE REDEMPTION RETIREMENT I
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Our RrprNenf4t1ye Will be Happy to Explain to You Third Avenue and Tenth St. \
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. BETHEL BAPTIST
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1964 Richmond Heights
Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor
( / Sunday, Sept. 27 Women's
Day will be observed at Bethel -

Grace w Baptist Church, 14440 Lin-
PresbyterianBegins
coln Blvd. The program will
I begin at 11 a.m. with the morn-
ing speaker Mrs. Walton Y.
Celebration Robinson. She is principal of
:
A Li. Lewis Elementary School
In Hoinestead. The evening
Grace Presbyterian Church program of music will be pre- program will begin at 7 p.m.
begins Hs season of celebration day evening at 8 p.m. a special. with the evening speaker, Mrs.
this week We cordially Invite sented by the New Providence Myrtle Davis, a former teacherof
the public to come to our spec- Missionary Baptist Church Dade County and presently
ial programs, which will reach Choir No. 2 Rev. C. J. Burney managing> the House of Albert -
their climax In the first weekof Is! pastor and Mack Graves is Funeral Home. She Is a
November. choir director. church, civic and fraternal
worker, and was recently
As we begin: to celebrate our Remember this date: Mon- elected as grand trustee of the
church's 16th anniversary we day, Sept. 21. Special greetings CitywideMission Meets National Elks. The public is
will present: an Autumn Tea for this occasion will be the invited to attend.
this Sunday afternoon, Sept. Women's Association of Grace.
20, from four to six p m. at We are calling all women and Rev. L. R Rose is pastor
the Roosevelt Savings and all men of the church to meet Sunday At St. Matthew'sThe I and Sis. Ossie Williams, chaIr-

Loan Association, 655 NW GOth at the church each Tuesday at man. S2GMen's
St Mrs. Naomi Smith is anni-
8.30 p.m. as we begin a new Mission will
versary chairman: ; Mrs Rhoda City-wide Day ThanksThe
Lowe Is co-chairman. program year for (the Women's meet Sunday, Sept. 20 at 3 p.m. '
Association and Men's Association at the Matthew Temple AME Dr. Brown to men, members and pas-

To continue with our anni- Let the whole church Zion Church, 1828 NW 5th Ave. Preach Here tor, Rev. A. D. Hall of Ebeneer -

versary festivities, we are support the endeavors of these We are pease Missionary Methodist Church wish to
members to be presentand The Rev. Dr. H. W. Brown, thank the speakers, Dr.
George
happy to announce that MonSALTER'S
two
major auxiliaries on time pastor of Bethel Baptist Simpson and Louis Portlock

Mrs. Lula Moran Is president; Church, Nassau, Bahamas, is for the very inspiring mes-
Rev. D. N Prldget, host pastor here after visiting in New sages brought to them on their
CHAPEL ST. MATTHEW'S A. O. York City, Indianapolis, Indi- Ing you to 'turn out help
ana, and Detroit, where he attended
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Coconut Grove 'the National Baptist Thanks also to the public
ST. LUKE CHURCHRev
Flossie the Marshall, service reporterIn Fr. S. J, Sweeting, priestIt I Convention. for helping to make our day
morning we is P. W. Williams very successful.
had baptism with many visitors always nice to welcomeour pastor I During the past two years
present.. many visitors each Sunday. Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter Dr. Brown initiated an expan. Rev. A. D. Hall pastor
Quarterly conference began The priest and members cordially The Hcme Mission of St. slch program at Bethel, adding Ben Strachan, chairman
Friday Friday night and will invite you to come and Luke will have a dinner sale a new section and givingthe Eugene Francis Sr.,
end on Sunday night with Pre- worship with us every Sun- Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19 church a seating capacity publicity chairman
siding Elder J. B. Blake in : day. and 20 in the dining room of of 2,000 when it is completed.
the church at 1700 NW $5th St.
The
charge. pastor asks all
boards and clubs to take writ- Sunday at 11 a.m. the Vigil All proceeds will towardthe He was host pastor 'to the recent v--- I
of the Patronal Festival drive
ten and financial reports. Mrs. 1 of St. women Day Mrs. session! of the Sunday
Cornelia XJleenn attended the Matthew will the be Apostle celebrated.and Evangelist Darling, president School and BTU Congress of PHIL OSSOFER I

funeral of !her niece in Albany, There will be a candle light the Atlantic Coast Baptist

Ga. We extend to her our deep- Church School every Sunday service, Sunday, t/]. 27. Rev.P. Association SAYS: i

est sympathy. at 9:30: a.m. All parents, are W. Williams will deliver the Dr. Brown will preach Sun- "'-- .......
Pastor Benson along with asked to send or bring their message, "Light in a D ark day morning at Ebenezer
the stewards, and trustees wishto children to Church School World This program Is In behalf Methodist Church, Rev. A. D. ....Believing} in the. oneness, of
thank each and everyonefor of the woman's Day drive Hall God J, the oneness of mankind
pastor, and at Temple
Services for St. Matthew's a.d the fundamental
their help in the special Mrs. Evelyn Davis sponsor. Baptist Church the < onenessof
during
effort rally Sunday.We A, O. Church are being held at evening.He religion (Including the 1
are still far from our Bain's Funeral Home, :yi87 MT. CALVARY CHURCH Moslem religion as revealed My
goal and members, we stillneed Douglas Road. Friends and will be heard over station Muhamad in the 6th century
your assistance to com- well wishers are invited to Rev. S. Atchison pastor WMBM two mornings next A.D.), I was pleasantly sur-
plete our work. come and worship with this Constant Carter, reporterWe week. prised to read a report on a
Don't forget Ito pray for the growing congregation In a pro- missed our pastor on last new document which contains
sick. gressive community. Sunday, but we understood his the Roman Catholic Church's
absence. In behalf of us. to the FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST views on that long-Ignored re-
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY ST. PAULAMECHURCH I National Baptist Convention. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor ligion.

George Savitt, Press Rep The Our services were carried on Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
George Frye telegraph edItor will Joint Stewardess Board I as usual by our very fine associate Sunday at 7:30: a.m. we will The document speaks of the
of thee Fort Lauderdale hold its customary meetIng ministers, Revs. C. have early morning baptism. religious obligation to /regard
News and chairman of the Sunday, Sept. 20 at 5 p.m. Wozell and J. R. Stephens. You will surely want to wit- all men as brothers, making
Baha'i Assembly of Broward at the church. I am asking all The Deaconesses will cele- nessthis baptism. We have special mention of those who
chairmen and members to be brate their ten candidates. 'espouse points different from
County, will speak at a World anniversary on the
present' Lea ours"
j but
Cray, president. which
Peace Day observance to beheld third Sunday Sept. 20. Plan We! are praying for our pas- of that "carry the ray
8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 20 All members of the trustee /mow to honor them by attending tor's safe return from the. Na- to truth which gives light
In the Orchid Room of the Alcazar auxiliary board of St. Paul are their program.To tional Convention. He is expected In every this man into this world.
Hotel, 5th and Biscayne working together diligently in to deliver morning and connection'Thus the document -
Blvd. order that will our visitors: We welcomeyou evening sermons and he always continues: we embrace -
you enjoy their
In the name of J e s u s delivers such wonderful also, the first of all, the
Mr. Frye's subjeot for this anniversary that will be 'held Christ. Moslems who
observance, which is being Sunday, Sept. 20 at 3 p.m. Mrs. sermons from the water. and worship one personal -
the Baha'i Assembly C, Carnegay The Youth with recompensing God
sponsored by president. ST. MARY'S M. Department, and who, in
religious
Miami W. Sis. Gussie feeling as
of will be: Wright as head directress well
"America's Role In World Remember that wonderful Rev. II. V. Stuart, Pastor. wishes to thank the of human as through many channels
afternoon sip for the culture came closer
benefit
Peace of many friends who helped to
Miss Dorothy Major, reporter to "
Woman's Day to Ue held the us.
at their
The public is cordially invit- make anniversary a com-
home Sunday School will at
of Mr. begin
ed to attend. There is no admission and Mrs. Edward 9:30. Our plete success. We extend get- The readers of this column
: pastor will deliver
Braynon
1160 NW 55th
fee and parking Is Terr., well wishes to members in the will remember
the a number of Invitations
from 4 to 6 p.m. Please come morning message with' No. hospital -
Sis.
free. : Mary Allen in
2 choir the to personally investigate
and have a wonderful after- furnishing! music. Christian and Bro. Nelson -
noon of fellowship on Sept 27. Our evening service beginsat the Moslem religion. To
Harris and
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. 7 p.m. and the pastor will Sis. Willie Mae me it has been the "msslng
O. W. Foster, pastor be In charge with No. 1 choir Morris in Jackson Memorial link" in the eternal chain of
Bro.. Casey Graham, reporter NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. furnishing the music. Hospital and -to all of our sick Gold's revelations to man. It

Sunday services will be under W. E. Sims members. We are so elated has been either Ignored or des-
the leadership of our associate A. L. pastor Our Woman's Day Committee over our many visitors. Cometo pised by the earlier revealed
minister. The youth Stephens, reporterIn will climax its drive witha church 'have your faith lift- religions despite Muhammad's
will render song services dur- the absence of our pas party at the Church Hall ed. acceptance and glorification of
ing morning worship and the tor who Is attending the Baptist Sept. 25. The public is invited. Abraham Moses and Jesus
No. 2 choir at evening wor- Convention, the services ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev. Voices of God on earth. as
ship.The. were beautifully carried out by MACEDONIA BAPTIST
No. 1 Usher Board will Rev C. Reeves and Rev. Q. J. B. Blacknell pastor Acceptance of Islam as a true
observe its anniversary Sun- Davis. Last Sunday we were Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Bert ..Cooper reporterIt religion from God will bring I
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. spiritually entertained at the Willie J. Beard reporter was announced last week us much closer to the fulfil-

Speaker will be the Rev. W. C. Community. Center by Bro. Services last Sunday were that ground breaking cere- ment of Christ's promise of the
Edcar, pastor of St. Ruth and Marvin Ludlow and his father high and well attended. The monies were to be held l list: "one fold and one shepherd.
New Mt. Moriah Baptist Bro. Willie T. Phillips May assistant pastor was In charge. Sunda, but due to other events I'' When we accept the brother-
Churches in South Florida. God forever bless and keep We are expecting our pastor coming' on the same day, it hood of all mankind under the
The public is invited to come them, and they will continue back from the National Baptist was. deemed necessary to can- Fatherhood of God, we shall
and hear, this gospel preacher. to work for the Master. Convention this week. We cel this Important occasion and then hear the voice of that

Tuesday night we will have Plans have been set in are praying for him a s a f e rescheduled It for this Sun- long promised Spirit of Truth
mo- day a.m. at 11 o'clock.As .
our .monthly Federation Pro- tion for our Women's Day. The I return. who shall lead us into all
com date Is November 8 the it was reporter, each officer truth.
aihtmitteisledngwih ( second The anniversary of Usher
a I 1 Sunday). The chairman Sis. Board No. 2 that wad previous-I and member la expected
to "turn
a shovel of dirt. For
church members to please at- Lucile Sims
and co-chairman scheduled
tend. ly for the fourth this privilege of participating Painting Contractor
Sis. Jewel C. Deal along with Sunday in Sept. has been! In the
The men are still in the process all of the committees look- ground breaking you
are changed to the fourth Sunday WARNER
must have $5.00! Of HINES
of working toward theirMen's course we
ing forward with anticipation in
great October. Please take this all know and realize where
Day observance. to this date. The kick- change under consideration. !
Pray for and visit the sick off dinner sale is this Satur- this money will be channeled.So .

Mrs. Janie M. Black Is now day. Dinners will be served The Ushers' Federation Association let's see all membersout [
recuperating at home. from the church from 12 noon Union will be held on Sunday for turning 1
Usher's Union Notice until. Call 600-7745 for deliv- here Sunday at 3 p.m. over the dirt at $5.00 per turn.
Stewardess Board No. 3 will

Usher's Union will celebrateIts ery.The ZION HOPE BAPTIST celebrate its anniversary on
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32nd anniversary Sunday fourth Sunday in this Sunday.. This body Is expecting
Sept. 20 at Mt. Olivette Baptist month our No. 1nolr will 5129 NW 17th Ave. you to turn out to help
Church, between 14th and 15th celebrate its anniversary. Planto Rev. P. Freeman pastor them make this a grand occa-
s St. and First Court. attend. glorious time is Services were spiritually high sion.As
'0" A spicy will expected.Let all day Sunday. Our pastor was I have said before it no
very program away. Rev. Andrew Jackson need to elaborate the I
be rendered. Rev. I. C. Micklns on af-
" us continue in prayer for delivered the message Sunday fairs that the church is put-
will deliver, the message. Re- our sick and shut-ins and a morning and Rev. Laurence ting on. As dedicated member*. Licensed and Inland
freshmnts will b served. All
", special prayer for Bro. Mose delivered the evening message. of St. James no one should By City and County
.... ushers are expected to be out, Waters who met with an acci- We are asking every memberto brow beat us to attend these
\1 please. dent. The public is always please attend their weekly affairs. Any monies contributed Senric pho 634- 0Q3
I /Deacon TVtvld Hudson Is welcome to worship with \18 at meetings and pray for t h e go to the church's and our

I president all times. sick and shut-in. .. benefit FREE ESTIMATE

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r LET'S TALK Announces Civil SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1', 1964 PAGE 11Dr.

POLITICS Service CLERK Exams --


By NORMAN E. JONES Location of Positions: Positions -
to be filled from this I
examination Gutierrez
Historical Bnckgoand of theNrgro In Politics the Church are located in Fed- Jay

and Fraternal Organizations I eral Agencies in reward, -. .-

-....... --- -- Charlotte, Collier, Dade, Glades,
Hendry, Lee, Martin and Palm
1UOTB ARE MOUE ,I to the Negro makes of it : ; Beach Counties. 2200 fti. 634-1111
ECONOMIC THAN CIVIL symbol of hostility. Its annual Requirements: Age: Minimumage
RIGHTS cost to him In employ- for these position Is 18.
In a free democratic political system and our free which his patronage months of responsible clerical
enteprise capitalistic type of helps to maintain, and office work; or high school
economic system all personaland In municipal, state and federal graduate For GS-3: One year
social ills come from the governmental of responsible clerical or office
lack of an Individual or a dis- amounts to more than $$22p,000- work as described above; or one I If f
tinct group being able to 000. academic year of business or
solve their Individual or group secretarial school, junior col-
political) and economic problems "Social Equality. It is a lege or college. CARRUTH ROOFING
; by the same logic the solutions discouraging! ambition-chilling,
!to the evidences of road closed detour sign that General Background< : Eligi
these ills as evidenced by the aspiring Negroes aspiring bility and consideration for appointment -
Civil disorders In Rochester only for material welfare will depend upon
and the Harlem section of meet on every main highwayof !the quality and acceptability of COMPANY
Nevi York and the Bedford life. The material efficiencyof the applicant's overall back-
Stuyvesant section of Brook- this dogma forces the ques- ground, work history, personal
New York lie in the realmof tion: Is destitution actual star- characteristics and ipeneral reputation -
lyn,
politics and economics.We vation or criminality the price in his school, com- 18 YEARS EXPERIENCEWe
I the Negro must pay so that munity or previous employment -
dwelt at some length on I the sentimental fears of society .
the inseparability of politicsand may be sustained? Duties. are the best leak and reroofing men
the basic
economics of the related Uy the explanation formula- Social Equality Did its duties to be Among performed are: in the business We replace all bad
authors Intend that it should
compiling Information d
that an individual of a distinct have credit for thousands of data indexing a and n lumber
; ; filing,
group other"The rich find undernourished, weak, disease- maintaining records; maintain
tain the ; ridden Negro children? Was its ing time, leave, payroll, per- ALL WORK GUARANTEED
It relatively easy to attain political real purpose to be an invest- sonnel, retirement, or other'
power and the politically ment of destruction and extinction records and similar duties. I LOWEST PRICES
powerful find it compara- ? If so, let its sponsors Salary GS-2, $3,680
tively easy !to become rich." fear not. It is an ingenious GS-3, $.tool5
FREE ESTIMATES
weapon an effective block-
When an individual or a ade athwart the Negro's lifeline How to apply. Apply at any
group has neither wealth Immediate or It is working. Its strangle Post Office for forms or Infor- LICENSED, INSURED, BONDED '
political power at their the- hold grows ever tighter around mation. Applications must b e .
disposal such as the colored man's .neck The received and postmarked not EXPERT ROOFER
Negro, they become (the pawnsof Negro cannot cope with the later than October 5, 1064
both the political interestsand adroit subtleness of its pre- JOHN C. CARRUTH Owner l
and ,
the economic interests tences.; The social armour The Greater Miami Urban
their position in society becomes under which it is cloaked, is League is a social work agency
both perilous and hope- invulnerable In our democ- that gives fulltlme professional 500 S. Biscayne River Drive

less. racy." (end of quote.) needs attention of the Negro to the community economic CALL ANYTIME: MU 8.2005
In the environs where the Quotes from "An Economic
pressures of these highly placed Detour" by M. S. Stuart, will I
political and economic inter- continue in following chap -
ests are constantly increasing, ters. The fact that the material ,
the police becomes the sym- for this book was completedin ,
bol of these powerful forces the late lOWs long before 'f t
against which he has no recourse the fight of the Negro for
and because 'against Civil Rights indicates clearly :"1\\,
cop! you have no win," the that resentment of economic
business establishments owned Injustice has much deeper ..
by whites and other ethnic roots in the current Negro
groups become the objects I Revolutions than civil rights.. 1.._ ,
of their pent up venom though 'the cause of civil \ '
plus the economic fact that rights gets all the headlines. ,. make you new set nCOLQR.TV
looting business establishments I 'Q
satisfies needs and desires of a OPEN MIKE WILL
what '
practical nature, they
can't eat, wear or use them- GO NIGHTLYOpen ,
selves they can dispose of or
dispose of at tremendous Mike, the two-hour I
markdown to needy but less panel show with Hendrlk J.
courageous souls. Horns started over Station

(Quote from "An Aconomlc WMIUI (ten months ago, will go ,.
Detour) "The remarkable economic nightly, beginning Sept 10. .. -
a by which colored Public response to this show ,.
people have clung to precarious aired Sunday evenings from 7
situations In the past is to 0 p.m., has been so gratifying t. '
now meeting tests too severeto and the communitywidedemand -'
be mastered. The Negro POP-- for its nightly presen- I
ulation has now incrased to the tation has been so convincing !. ,
point at which tips, chance that this step became a natural -
jobs, nondescript opportunities said Alex Klein and Alan
fringe occupations, ledge D. Margolis, who operate
holds second tables, leavings WMBM.
and 'somehow' existence will I t
not longer suffice.We Consequently Open Mike and
Hendrlk J. Berns will be heard
continue with excerpts nightly, Monday through Friday ,
from M. S. Stuart's "An Economic from 0 Detour," published In show will continue to tackle I &P'
1910 pointing out the economic some of the most Important
plight of the Negro, which topics of our time with or
will cause even greater hope- without guests and offer tne 1
lessness, unless strong mea- telephone opportunity for pub- .
sures are taken to alleviate lic participation.In ---j
the causes of his economic dis- .
tress. addition Berns will con-
tinue to be heard on "Focus,"
This detour is running out the capsule news commentaryat T ,
to a dead end of disappointment 0:30: a.m. and 0 and 8.55:) p m.. I
and poverty. and the regular Sunday night

"Labor unions that do not Open Mike. ..,f
definitely deny membership ..

nate Negroes in the flagrantly assignment discrimi-of avail oooo casaw a oa Move the old set into the kids' room or den tor added HARMONY '"

able work. Thus it is that the NOW! i i. the Time to Sell IN THE HOME. *'* ,
Negro is gradually his
losing
place in Industry. That Home.. Use a Times' There' no TV like today' superb Color TV. Price atari lower

than ever now .and it costs.you less to enjoy. Became the recent
SOCIAL EQUALITY"This Classified IDugie's
subject is brought In $10 million rate reduction now makes the average price paid per.

here wHh no thought of bit- retULtniial JUtoiEatt hour 315% LESS than it wu 1t +Ui"- "o.flameless "
terness and resentment. It Is
not among the purposes of this
work to take issue with those
Intangible proclaimed objectives Guest House -1M ?tO {. < 1
of its doctrines. It Is theeconomic
by-products of this The house of unusual rooms P...MOW. 6HIAH THAN 111 ,/.

dogma that are so deadly to I For 1M ht In horn entertainment..enjoy the'Magte 3..-T : \t <
the Negro its bread and Open 24 hours NE 4-3851 "'I'M Radio Bteno Ill-Fi,and Color TV, 8KB YOU OBAG gR. ,
butter effects. .
Seeing I. BelievingSee '.
"If social security would A
stay dressed up in only social us for ,clean rooms O-

clothes well might the Negro Jamaica Dug!. always a t

shed no tears over the loss of .
friend ..
those parlor privileges which, < .

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CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSTHE JAMES SMITH of 1020 NW JOHN PAUL BOOKER 1213

1st court, died Sept. 12. Ar- NW 8th Place Fla. City, was a
rangements are incomplete. drowning victim! Sept. 9. H 1 s
Survivors include his wife, wife, Lucy, four sons a sister
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. RANGE Annie Mae; a daughter, Mrs. and two brothers: survive. Remains
I ; Addle Whitfield, a sister Rev. were sent to Newman,

I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1964 MRS.. LOSSIE ARNOLD of Rowena Williams, a grand- Ga. for final rites.
14135 NW 22nd place died on daughter and other relatives.
Sept. 10.. A native Floridian, CHARLIE MAJOR Jr., 21920
she had lived In Miami since SW 118th Ave., Goulds, died
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe 1952. Mrs. Anold is survivedby NW JAMES 1st court UKYANT, died Sr.Sept.,, 1421 15. Sept. 12. Surviving are his
her husband, Ernest, a sis mother, Mrs. Mattie Major; two
family of the late, family of the late, ter, Mrs. Lucille Dudley, a Arangements are incomplete brothers William and James
Include his wife
CLEVELAND GEE Survivors ,
Major three sisters, Mrs. Izet-
takes this method to thank the brother, Ernest Lewis. The Willie Mae, a son, James Jr., ta Williams, Mrs. Maefthra Col-
body was sent to Tallahasseefor
many friends and neighborsfor two brothers, Wesley Bryant, lins and Mrs. Gloria Lee Poole.
final
M their various, acts of kind- rites. Sr., and Billy Bryantfive: sis- Services Saturday at 2 at
nesses during our ''hour of sorrow PAUL ters, Mesdames Fannie! Bell p.m.
Morning Star Baptist Church
P. ANDERSON of 216 ,
Special thanks to the Patterson, Annie M. Chaney, Princeton.
Range; Funeral Home and Rev. NW 9th St., Hallandale, died Hattie Bryant, Lula Stephensand
W E. Simms. Sept. 13. The 22-year-old Emma Bryant; two aunts,.
Geneva Thomas and youth is survived by his Jrr MISS EMILY GRANT, 3781
Ella Mae Gates, sisters mother, Mrs. Audrey Nelson, Frow Ave., pioneer Miamian,
x And Family his step-father, Roscoe Nelson, JAMES BURNAM of 1603 died Sept. 11. She is survived
grandmother, Mrs. Leila Har- NW( 5th Ave. died Sept. 15. by a sister of Grand Bahama
ris and Mrs. Lessle Michel. Services Saturday at 4 p.m. in and several nieces including
CARD OF THANKSThe Services held Thursday at the the chapel. Survivors include a Mrs. Madelaine Whitt with
Ebenezer Baptist Church with sister, Mrs. Cornelia Way, a whom she lived. Service Satur-
family of the late Rev. O. W. Poster' officiating. brother, Major Byrd day 1 p.m. at St. James Baptist

Church. She will lie in repose
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r.-' "/'i1 EDDIE LEE CAMPBELL of in the Coconut Grove chapel
'e the Sanders Princeton MRS. EMMIE HARRIS of Friday afternoon and in the
Quarters, -
I 1342-B NW 4th Ct., died Sept.
church at 7
died 13 victim p.m.
't } ,1 Sept. of an 16. are incom-
', '" Arrangements
automobile accident. A nativeof
A ', Il ; ., '. .1 ,,: Gulfport Miss. he lived In plete. Survivors Include hus-
,
,x ,", '.... )i Of Miami for three A vet- band, William; two sons, Georgeand WILLIE WALKER, 1237 NW
.i years.
three brothers
,I Arthur; 62nd Terr died Sept. 12 Ser-
r. eran of World War II he is
l
_"" 1 : I William, Edward and Albert vices Saturday 11 a.m. in the
I survived by his two sisters
,
Jti"f' Roberts, a sister, Robena Rob chapel. He is survived
by
a
,'I:, d\ #?,:J Misses Frances and Mary
erts. son and a niece, Mrs. Jannie
t' -- -- 4Ii' Campbell both of Gulfport, a Howard.
RICHARD SINGLETARYwho cousin, l\irs. Thelma Outler an
r 4-r4 ,; instructor in the Dade school
departed this life August system. Services Friday at 2 DEATHS ROY L. MASSEY 210 Jefferson -

31, 1964 takes this method of p.m. In chapel. He Is now in Mrs. Miriam Daniels, 60, for- Dr., Coral Gables, died Sept.
expressing their sincere thanks repose- merly of West Palm) Beach, 12. Among his survivors are his
and appreciation to their died of a heart attack In Jack- wife, Miriam, two sons a sis-
many friends and relatives for DONNETLL STANLEY, son sonville. Services were held on ter and two brothers. Services
cards, letters, telegrams, flow of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee Sept. will be conducted Saturday 4
ers, donations and all other Stanley, 2945 NW 46th St., p m. at St. Mary's Baptist
kind gestures of sympathy died Sept. 13, victim of a traf- Church. He may be viewed in,
shown during our bereave- fic mishap. He is survived by is survived by his widow, Suz- the Coconut Grove chapel Fri-
ment. his parents, four sisters, two zle. Arrangements are incom day afternoon.
grandmothers Mrs.
thanks to the Houseof Maggie plete.
Special
Ates and Mrs. Nabbie Scar-
{I'staff' Alttert Funeral efficient Home service and borough; several aunts a' n d ant Graveside services at Ever-
for the uncles. Services Sturday at 10 daughter of Mr. and green for the infant son of Mr.
to Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Mrs. M. DEACON SPRY DAVIS a.m. at 'the Antioch Baptist Mrs. Wilford Hepburn, 6311 and Mrs. Lester Newkirk of 709
Porter and choir members of who departed this life August Church of Brownsville.- is NW 18th Ave. Sept. 11. Grave- Lucy St., Fla. City will be held
Ebenezer Methodist Church 11, and was laid to rest August now in repose in the chapel. side- services held at EVergreen. Saturday morning. '
and to the entire Bunche 15, Hakes this method of expressing Graveside services at Ever-

Park Faculty. their sincere thanks ISAAC LOWERY, Sr., 325 Infant daughter of Leroy green for the infant son of Mr.

Annie Singletary, wife and appreciation to the many NW 7th St., apt. 12 died Sept. and Delores McKenneyV 1429 and Mrs. Samuel Kemp will be
Rose McBurse, daughter friends for cards, telegramsand 12. A long time resident, he NW 5th Ave., died Sept. 14. conducted Saturday morning.

Jenlce Rogers, daughter flowers. was a well-known member of .. .
Special thanks to the Grand the community and will be
United Order of Pallbearers- mourned by many. His sur-
Love and Charity Lodge and I vivors Include three sons, BERMUDA BOWLING CHAMPION I

CARD OF THANKSThe the Masonic Order. Thanks Isaac James H., and Franklin
again to Rev. Johnson and con- I D., three daughters, MesdamesIda
family of the late gregation of St. John Baptist L. Scott, Mary Frances
Church and ito the Range Funeral -
"' rr Stephenson and vera Lee
: : f 1f Home and staff. Again, we Rurtz; 'two sisters, two brothers 1Z
'
f ;n';.. :'/ .: say thanks and may God bless ; 13 I grandchildren= Services
(. each of you. Saturday at 1 p.m. In the
"'j'l; The Davis Family chapel.
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IN MEMORIAMIn SON, 1036 NW 69th St., died on
., Sept. 14. She is survived by her I y y yAJ
loving memory of our dear husband, Roy; five children, '
sister and aunt, Willie, Roy, Robert, Mary Etta
MRS. ISABEL ELIZABETH and Shirley Ann her father,

KERR Gus Wilson, a brother, Tommie!
who departed tnis me : Wilson, lour Mesdames
ber 11, 1963. Gussie Slstersi Wilson,
J rt Death is but a septem-I Leola Wilson) and Ethel Stephenson "
:
To that eternal life. Services Saturday at 5- SS
On which there, no 3 p.m. alt' the Jordon Grove
ness Church with Rev. Smith offi-
No suffering-or strife ciating. Mrs. ackson will We on f
Our loved one has gone to a view 2 p.m. Friday. I .
placeWhere)
we shall see her and
God face to face Mrs. THELMA BUSH WEAV-
Mrs. Charlotte Louise ER, 2211 NW 151st St., died on
Bowe, Mrs. Enlth Lois Sept. 12, A native of Mlllen, Ga.
Wallace she had been a well known ', '> j
MRS PEARL WESLEY 1340 SW 19th St. member of the community. She
is survived by her one child, J
West Fla.
who passed in Hallandale, pn Hollywood mother, Mrs. Thelma" Weaver
wish thank oil the :
6 to
Sept I
five sisters
a brother. Services
many relatives friends who, neighbors were so kind and IN MEMORIAMIn Saturday Metropolitan' at 4:30 AME: p.m.Church.at the

during their recent bereave loving of our sister Bermuda' 1863-"Bowler of the Year 15-year-old Del Mont Dart.
ment. Thanks for the cards memory / left, compare bowline technique with U.S. star Erie d* Fretta of
telegrams and flowers. Specialthanks and auntCUThISES MRS. ROSE E. HARRIS, 828 the AMP Staff of 'Champion during the youngiter'. visit to the
to Rev. E. M. Price OUTLINES CUTLI NW 52nd St., died Sept. 16. A United State. The two met in Bermuda lat year and Eric Invited
Bishop of the House of Gociwhich MRS. HELENA SIFONTESwho native of Cook County, Ga. the boy to be a guest at his New York home. Del Monte will be a
Is the Church of the departed this life September She Is survived by her hus- OUMelor-In>training with the United Church of Canada.
19, 1963. band, Walter, Walter Jr. ,.
Living God, The Pillar and a son, -- -
Ground of the Truth without The life she lived was true and a daughter, Sharon her mother, .M**j M..t ii a if j,T .M.m s.w.9
Controversy, and the Stevens honest, Mrs. Jdella Lee; seven sisters,
Funeral Home May God bless Always glad to meet a friend; Mesdames Mattie Limbrick,
all. Happy hearted and contented, Ruby Clark, Udlne Oliver Lillie -
you Faithful to the very end.' Harris, Annie Major, Betty
Mr. John Wesley, husband Now her earthly strife Is ,over Massey and Mary Johnson; four
Verdell Miner, son No more sorrow, no more care, brothers, Robert, Frank, Eddie
Three sisters, one brother Yet our heats are sad and lonely and Samuel Lee; two aun'ts.' Arrangements -

Nieces and nephews ,are,.1n<;omplete.
Fo we miss her everywhere. V

Jestlna Bourne, sister MRS. LILLIA MAE CLARK,
CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hughes 1715 NW 68th St. died Sept. 15,
Mrs. Claire Nurse the victim of a traffic mishap.A .
The family of the late Nephew and nieces member of the community

MRS. BERTHA PETTY CARD OF THANKSThe for a number of years, Is sur-
who died August 30, wish to vived by her mother, Mrs.
express their sincere thanks family of the late Mary Hutchinson; three broth- "Living Service for the Urine;"
and appreciation to friends and CHARLOTTE CURRY ers, Joseph Samuel and Clifford -
relatives for cards, letters, telegrams who departed this life August two sisters, Mrs. Malrese Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM.
flowers and donations. 16, 1964, wish to thank the Collins and Mrs. Mary E. Gil-
Special thanks /to the Lily many neighbors for kindness, more. Arrangements are incomplete Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range Mar.
White Pallbearers, Rev. E. T. sympathy' and the many other ., 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue
Graham, House of Albert and forms of condolences shown us .
'the congregation of Mt.- Zion during our bereavement.Mr. .- OX 1-0131 OX 14343r
STEPHEN
Baptist Church. and Mrs. William Curry I I MILLER, 1461
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CLASSIFIED BrowardCount I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1964 PAGE 13

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FOR SALEWE )'

HAVE LARGEST selection : GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY!I'I'I
LOVELY CBS HOUSE, living r
News i
1-Uedroom dinette kitchen of 2 and 3 bedroom homes 111
room, : .'
tile bathroom. $20 week- Greater Miami from $100 down Restaurant Fully Equipped
ly 1489 NW 54 St. Phone ana $65 month. News Realty, "!, .,.
Inc. Broker PL 4-0655. ByWalter
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W1-S107. Long Established Reasonable Rent

Bo we ..
FURNISHED ROOM. Private CORNER 2-Uedroom. bath, MUST HAVE RESTAURANT EXPERIENCENO
entrance. Use of kitchen. Call CBS house with garage, Fla. Fi:
635-8861 or Ht 3-4809. room In froht. :FHA terms, low COMPETITON
down payment Drive by 1300 The Ancient and Accepted

EFFICIENCY, utilities, elderly NW 41 St. then call Fenster Scottish Rite Mason of 'West 745 NW 62nd St. Call UN 6.8757 ,.'
No. 373
person preferred. $10 per week. Realty, Broker, PLS779.. Hollywood Lodge ,
2224 NW 58th Street wishes to thank all the friends,
LARGE FAMILY, 4-bedroom brothers and sisters for such a
2-BEDROOM APT. New, elec- beauty, CBS, near school, bus' large and merry crowd at 'j
tric stove 2nd floor. Reference, shopping. $11,700, $86 month which time the Apricot French
OX 1 0789. include everything plus down Poodle, Two-Ball was won by
payment, 6940 NW 6 Court, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee Phil: AUTO INSURANCE
OOni, hot and cold Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. Fenster lips of 14230 NW 22nd St., Opa-
water, lights, gas and phone. Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. locka. William Ezlel Burrows,
$10 per week. Call before 9 III, Folia Boyd, secretary Check our new, lower rates and easy financing
a.m or after? 7:30: p.m. PL GORGEOUS HUGE CBS, 2 IMMEDIATE SRi22 FILING

1-8905., Nice home, quiet location bedroom, 1 bath plus very There will be a sale at the Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
large family room; on big lot. home of David "Bud" Bell
This (house will be open Sun- Saturday night, Sept. 19 at
Private bath for nice day 1-6 p.m. location, 1041 NW' 20th St., corner of 56th Ave. D. Goodman ,and Son, Inc.
person. Man preferred. Call 41 St. Fenster Realty, Broker, sponsored by the ASASR Ma- "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage''
evenings and mornings, 696-3295 PL 9-8779.
son Lodge. Come one, come Business member All People Democratic Club

ROOM In private home for a LARGE 2-bedroom, -bath, all 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 .
middle age, refined man 1473 CBS home with large Fla. The South Broward VFW
NW 70 St., 601..0.125.FURNJSHED room. Low FHA terms. $350 Post No. 8195 will hold Its
down, $75 month include! regular meeting: Sunday Sept.
ROOM In good everything, will be open Sun- 20 at Bowe's Barber Shop,
location modern home, $12 a day 1-6 p.m. Fenster Realty, 4444 SW 17th St. at 5 p.m. 1BedroomAPARTMENTS
2 2-Bedrcoms and 8
week. Call Thursday, 691-1513. Broker PL 98779.2BEDROOM Members please be present. ,
indf

NICE ROOM: In private home HOUSE, CBS The Star Light Lodge No.5i2 j
settle 863 NW 74 St.j, built by builder will meet Friday night,
a man or nice working
a for himself Only one mortgage Sept.. 191' at ''8 p.m. All members NKW
couple preferred, 47 St Mil CONDITIONED FUUN1TUHH CBS
$85 month plus down please be present.
area, call after 5 0319654.
p.m. : payment. DrlveJy then call BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPE) BPIUNKLEll BY8TEM

ROOM private home. Phone Fenster Realty, Broker, PL HARDWOOD FLOORS LAUNDRY CLOSE TO TOWN

691-6390 after 4 p.m. 9 8779 FOR SALE HIIOFPING CENTER IN RESTRICTED VICINITY

CLEAN FURNISHED room SERVICE STATION Fully $25,000 Down /

with all modern conveniences.. equipped, NW section, excel- HONESTLY IT IS TRUEI!! For further information' Call FR'' 9-7633
In quiet place. Call 691-486-1. lent corner, consignment lease YOUR CASH IS YOUR CREDIT -
for experienced right matt. We (have practically new CALL AFTER 5:00: P.M.
CHURCH.1764 NW 62 St. Little cash. Phone Saturday, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. Rea- ,,\i,j I
weekdays, 667-1639. sonable monthly payments include "
3-room HOUSE, furnished, taxes and insurance
:358! NW ]10 St., rear. Call PL DENCE LOT Desir- FORD REALTY, Inc., Broker .
1-1175 or FR 1 9177. $14 week. able location for modest home, 3039 NW 15th Ave. 635 4595 REPOSSESSED\
between NW 15 and 17 Aves.
ROOM! private home. In on 63 St. Call OX 1-5283, 9 4318 NW 6th Avenue JUST
heart of Liberty City. $7.50 a.m. 5 p.m. PL 8-5935 after For speculating; buyer!! I
eaoh double $10 single. 1545 5 p.m. $4,750 cash takes it
NW 08 St. OX 1-1690. FORD REALTY, Inc., Broker Bunche Park Area
YELLOW GE ELECTRIC 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4505 l:
$20 PER WEEK, 7-room unfurnished eAbout 2 months old. ,
ran Gorgeous 3.bedroom like CBS doll house. Fla. :'
house, newly paint- $125. Refrigerator with top OPEN HOUSE! new ,
ed. Free lights and water, 4528 freezer, $75. All perfect, 2985 Sunday from 1 to 0 p.m. '01
NW 33 Ave.5ROOM NW 48 Terr. NE 4-1031. 1198 NW 48th'Street room. $100 down, no closing cost. $78 month.
See it and buy It.
HOUSE and garage St. BAR Reasonable. Call NO QUALIFYINGFORD LEGAL REALTYPL
ant in NW section suitable for 757-9167. REALTY Inc., Broker

Ph.clergy PL or 7-8000.professional people. 3639 NW 15th Ave. 6354595DOMESTIC 8-0290 MU 5.1941 ,

DOCTOR HAS 2, cars, wants to
sell one. Also an electrified Nights Sundays Weekdays I

HELP WANTEDWANT reed PL 7-7234.organ. Call PL 7-7890 or

MAIDS HOUSEKEEPERS,
MAN AND WIFE to ,HOUSE NW SECTION, attractive GOOKS MOTHER HELPER,
manage rooming; house. Call COUPLE. For excellent live-In
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Adult Classes
PAGE 14 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1964 T. Washington' Tor- and Larry Bryant; ends, John
,
Offered at BTW nadoes will play MIddleton' ny Napier and Harry Henderson -
Tigers of Tampa, In the first ; hailfbacks, James Moxie
Registration, for the following grid game of their season, Sep and Willie Warren, ; fullbacks,
: academic classes will begin tember 19 at the Miami Stad- Leroy Holt and quarterback,
New Horizons For Community Friday, Sept. 28 through i ium. Kickoff at 8 p.m. Edward Brown.
October 2 from 7 to 10 p.m. The starting. line-up will be: Ishmel Rolle will serve as
'All classes are approved thru Center. Ishmell Rolle; guard, captain and Johnnie Napier, as
School RelationshipCarver the Community School program Fred Holton and Sidney Cole- co-captain.
of the Dade County broke; tackle Ernest Thomas Coach Alkln Hepburn is assisted -
High faculty in coop-, Isaac Stringer.All Board of Public Instruction. this year by Cleveland
eration with the recreation department Classes are offered In: Paulk, Carlton Jerkins, James
of the City of Miami in all the entire team Citizenship, typeywrlting, High ClassesAt cashi Benjamin Pratt. Alger-
and the Dade County School played well. School English: shorthand, Sewing oore and James Everette.
Board will offer a new and Lt H. Holloman of the Coast adult elementary subjects: 15 CentersThe The long weeks of practicingfrom
brighter future for the Coconut Guard Academy informed 12th bookkeeping, Spanish, high 5:30: in the morning for
Grove area.Poposals. grade boys in a special assembly school math, food buying and Adult Home Economics two hours and 4:00: In the afternoon
Education Division of the Dade hours
preparation, general shop for over two
and plans have of the available opportunities andclothin County Schools is offering to dividends
clothing repair (sewing) are expected to pay
in the Coast Guard.
been developed for 'the follow- construction. all adults 12 weeks courses In for the mighty Tornadoes
ing activities. PTA officers for the school plain and advance sewing and This year the Tornadoeshave

Reading, motivation, group- year were elected Monday, also A fee of $3.00 is charged for I furniture reupholstering more power than in along
community acceptance, various committees met to devise the twice a week classes. Classes will be held in the : time. Over 50 players are
Ing
faculty, coordination, better use ways and means by which S2C I following centers: expected to be ready for the
school organizations needing financial "call" to grid battle. Their
of facilities, upgraded Northwestern Senior High
Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m.' help could be: assisted. Wheatley Club NewsThe School Monday through spirits is are great high and and like Coach their

parents will meet with the, William Stirrup gave timely Phyllis Wheatley Art Thursday, day and evenings. courage Hepburn their slogan Is "Winor
further
these faculty plans.Every to. develop I Information on the activities of and Social I Club }met .!at! t h. e Mondav Booker through T. Washington Thursday ev- lose, we're going- to give all
District PTA Council that .
was home of Mr. and Mrs. Clements, -
Carver Northwesterngame i held at Bethune Elementary NW 65th St., on Sept. 14 for enin s-;
spectator played the last School. Our president, A. Pal- the initial meeting of the fall Brownsville Jr. HighTuesday ccccc cccccccc
quarter of the same, and especially more, also rendered enthusiastic season. and Wednesday evenings. Non-Surgical Office Treatment
the last nine records. remarks about the state Mrs: Wilhemena Sands .president Dorsey Jr. High Tuesdayand
However, the Bulls recovered PTA meeting that was held in was in the chair. After Wednesday evenings. RUPTURE PILESRectal
from the Hornets sting and Daytona in July. formal opening by the chap- North Dade Riga Monday
10C4 football history records- lain, Mrs. Mable McFadden, the thru Thursday evenings. Disoa&pA/ Varicose Vein,
Carver 7 Northwestern 12. Officers for 1964-65 are: president, called for summer JRE Lee ElementaryMonday Prostate No lost time -
A. Palmore president; Mrs. experiences from the mem- evenings. discard Truss Upon Correction
Outstanding Carver players M. Andrews, first vice; Mrs. M. bers. Mays High: Tuesday even- u.' Rupture low cost.
Offense: Elijah Duncan, Cooper, second vice; Mrs. A. The experience that struck Ings.R..
Charlie Gibbs, Charles Williams Adams, secretary; Mrs. B. the reporter most was from R. Maton Tuesday eve. DR. LONG'S CLINIC
and Robert Herman Johnson, financial secretary: Mrs. Mary Lou Nixon, who J. E. Scott Homes Mon- 1545 SW 1st St. FR 32748'ccccccccccccccc
Defense: Raymond Wilcox. Mrs. W. Stirrup, treasurer; told of her elaxed summer experience day afternoon and evenings. :
Eugene Brown, parliamentarian. of learning to go J. W.. Johnson Wednesday
Ollb Carcon, Willie McGahee, about Miami, places which she and Thursday evenings.'

had no time to go before her Richmond Heights Jr. High Across From Park
retirement. She also 'told of Wednesday evenings
I Booker T. NewsStudents work with the Girl Scouts dur- G. W. Carver Wednesday Choice colored church or school
Washington ing the summer, a rewardingand evenings.
Hialeah Recreation Wed- 48th Street and NW 8th Ave.
relaxing experience, and -
and faculty are beginning crowned by the captain of the finally thanking God for the nesdav afternoon.A. Air conditioned Sanctuary. Institutional -
this school term witha team during the ceremony. blessing of good health on fam- L. Lewis Monday even- type construction.
fresh start. The school has Escorts for the occasion were ily and friends.! ings.Classes Complete School
Sunday on
adopted as a motto "Go Larry Bryant, John Pugh, The executive committee of will begin Sept. 23.
Straight The present enroll- David West, Reginald Burton, the club also reported and told Registration' will be held as two floors hooted. On four
ment is 2395 with more expected Willie Warren, Wayne Fulton, of various projects for the goodof scheduled at the above centers. Iota. $110.000. Call John Warren -
each day. Not only are and Billy Hall. Members of the 'the community to be worked For further information call for appointment.
there new faces among the Student Council assisted with on during the fall. 754-5871.
student body; but, also new the program. After tne Business at hand TPLIC> KEYES CO.
members df the faculty head- was completed Mrs. Clements
ed by a new principal, Nicholas Band ready for first game- served a delicious\ repast and Next meeting' Sept. 28 at the 234 Biscayne ItlTd. Realtors
H. Borota. He Is !the former Booker T. Washington on Parade was sincerely thanked by the home of Mrs. M. I. Daniels. ..,. FR 1-3502
principal of Miami Jackson, : is the' theme which the members. Mrs. M I. Daniels reporter i W7 tad
now replacing Anthony Gardi- BTW Marching Band will Heusing ___ .
in the ------ ------- - --- -- ii r'"i i-i ri- -- <
ner, on assignment. In the half-time show -- -- -- --- - - - - - -- -g.m
first assembly held Sept. 11 Sept. 19. This year's talented
,
For The Finest Moderate Rates Call
Mr. Borota gave his first offi- group of musicians are win- Apartments at -
cial greeting to the student ,ners of first place in the Elk's
Body. He commended the students Parade. They have a trophy
and staff very cordial and certificates to prove It. r

and ready to work. There are 77 band membersand L4o

Words of caution which focused approximately 25 majorettes 1+ BONDED
attention on being: the"best" who will participate Ina (
in the city and the n pre-Jgame show. At the half-
the state were echoed by oth- time the band will do a series
er members of the faculty. of dance and drill routines
The assembly was a special with the formation related to RENTAL
the theme.
send-off' for the football team

and coaches who are looking T. O. Savage is the bandmaster. I
forward to the first grid game .
Sept. 19.WilHam. INC.
AGENCY
PEP TEAM This year the
J. Stirrup has been pep team is bigger and better ,
appointed director of Student than usual. The team is spon-
Activities. When asked how sored by Miss L. J. Pearson of
he I felt about his new Job he the PE Dept. Eddise Boule 1 Is a
said, "this is a great respon- the captain along with other
sibility. I hope' to Justify the dldtimers, Cathia Darling, The largest collection and rental
first order of business for this Sharon Llghtsey, Veronica
year will be an attempt to reactivate Thompson and Valerie Hall.
in the South operating in
old clubs and organi- $ agency ;
zations that have disappearedfrom The new faces that will be :
the active list The activity seen for the first ''
game are Dade a n'!' d Broward Counties'
slogans for this school Linda Cooks, Barbara Goodman -
!term are: "Let it be known to Susan Rolle, Beverly HON. L. L. BROOKS
friend and, foe alike that the Robinson, Laura Goa and
torch has been passed to a new Carol Mdseley. Another new President
eneratlon";; and "Ask not what look will be In the "fightyells" GEORGE HARTH, General Manager
Booker T. Washington can do the team will use dur-
for you, but what you can do ing' games. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
"
for Booker T Washington. Monday, Sept. 21, will be
HOUSING UNITS
We are building again. A new known as "newspaper day" at 10,000
aWdltlon Is being constructed BTW. The school newspaper Bonded also has employment service at main office
but, as usual it Is not( ready staff will use this time for an
for occupancy on time. It Is all out effort to enroll every 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
expected to be In student and teacher on the
late October. The completed first floor of subscription list this year. tall time public relations Dept. to assist you la solving y tar problem

the building will be used Bethsheba Dean, reporter. Pine a fleet of can firing door to door service for tenant convenience

admlstratlve offices and the On night and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733
second floor will be used as
the library. REV. LAURA MAIN OFFICE

Coronation of the queen was Spiritualist, Reader and 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733 !

held Sept. 18. Helena DuHart Advisor Vandalism done by a few Is expensive to alL Please help us stop this :
Hiss Booker T. Washington, Healings and blessings to
was crowned in a beautiful God's Powers unnecessary evil C. A. Lockhart. Pabllc Relations Director 1S 1 I

Participants ceremony Wednesday Included her night.at- One visit will convince you lies N.W. 3rd Are.1I7S ..._.....,. FR S-M18 a 17325 Hevestead Are.Perrlne .

tendants, Marjorie Lockhart, that Rev. Laura will help e N.W. 6Znd Bt.MO -.- OX 6-CM7 .......................... ..,... CB S-SOAJ

Fludd Judith, Yvette Gardiner Williams, with Gloria Clifford you through her power of Grand Are. __ in s-isst 1019 Raramondrilte Rd. I

Dyes Dora Hubert, Sheila blessing. Pompano ............................... WH aat9ae
4140 lIf.W. irtfc Avw.SOW N1934tt6
Storr. Delores Hayes and Clo- DONATIONS ONLY -- lUll N.W. atna AY*.

Mlda Bloodsworth. Miss Torna... UN 6-5882 e N.W. TOh ft. ___ IN-3U Opa-locka J ___ MU s- siT i
do Sweetheart also participated.
i Miss Tornado was chosen 612 71st Street 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO 8BRVB YOU

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,fjf SATURDAY TUHE.MJAMIIMIAMIP.* SEPTEMBER!&, 1964 PAGE UIa I Gaither Still Top CoachFAMU UM 64 FOOTBALL


a .... ........ ................................ _...L..4. ....-I.\.j. _t. I,. J,.h Coach Jake Gaither 100-36-8, 722. SCHEDULE *
of the! Florida A and M Uni- Bobby Dodd, Georgia Tech,
versity Rattlers continues as 14256.710..
the nation's top active collefi- Ralph Jordan, Auburn, 02-{
rJL1{ ate football coach as 38-4, 701. Saturday, Sept. 10 ((8 p.m.) -
Spearing season opens this week.In Florida StateSaturday
19 years as head coach Ben Schwardtzwalder' Syracuse Sept. 26 ((2 p.m.) -
of the powerful Rattlers, Jake 110-51-2, ,698.Blfl Georgia Tech
'.I has an enviable record of 156 Murray, 134-59-11, .684 Friday, October 0 ( 8:15: p.m.)

/ With wins, 24 losses, and four ties. Warren Woooson, New Mex- California
I Sports He leads the 20 top coaches ico State, 211-08-19, .672. Saturday' Oct. 17 ((8 pan) -
R with a percentage of .859. Rip Engle Penn State, 121- PittsburghFriday
; l fly HARRY 8PEAP Coach Johnny Vaught of 59-8, .665. Oct. 23 ((8:15: p.m.) -
I' Ole Miss Is second with 137 Indiana
:........ ............ ........ .... JL L wins, 32 defeats and nine ties Eddie Anderson, Holy Cross, Friday, Oct. 30 ((8:15: p.m.) -
-
IT 100-123-15, i'.COa.
for a percentage of %.795 In 17 Detroit
ItttDDV \CJ( WOHKINOItVlItU CLENDON, six: rounds: BER- years. Each tie counts for a Odus Mitchell, North Texts Friday, Nov. 6 ((8:15: p.m.) -
PREPARING IIIB LIN State, 108-69-8, ,689 Tulane
ROBERTS VS. SHANTOS half game won and a half
COMING: SHOWS FLORES, four ; WILLIE lost In deriving the percentage. Others include: Frank Howard Friday, Nov. 13 ((8:15: p.m. ) -
Buddy expects to show quite TIGER: VS. rounds THOMAS The remaining 18 of the 'top !, Clemson, 137-37-11, .600. Boston College
a number of up and comingnew four rounds and another 20 coaches in America following Phil Dickens, Indiana, 87-61- Friday' Nov. 20 ((8:15): ) Vanderbilt -
boys In the near future. bout to be made up. descending order 10 589.

Some of them have the makIngs Woody Hayes, Ohio State, Frank Camp, Louisville> 95-: Saturday, Nov. 28 ((2 p.m.) -
of good prospects. That's DR. McCORMICK should be 116-4O-J 733. 60-2, 578. Florida.
what boxing needs some nominated for boxing hall of Pie 1/ann, Southern Mlssls- Jesa Neely, Rice, 199-151-18, The University will host Van-
new faces. The public get tired fame. Doc has been boxing slppa, 110-40-2, 730. .60)0. derbilt In its homecoming
of the the same faces, weekin commissioner for the past 35 Bear Bryant, Alabama, 141- Buff Don lU, Columbia 07-
and week out titcheddAloa. a cut fighter 49-13, 727. 80-7, ..440; Tom Nugent, Mary-
many a Bob Blackman, Dartmouth' land, 803, C36.
LITTLE RIVER RESULTS he has examined from champions BINCK 108
Main event: Levi Forte won to prelim Uoys and still
over Larry McGee in a hard going strong. For Quality Building

fought' UUttle for eight rds. RATTLERS OPEN OCT. 3
Charlie Skoch won on a tko d you ever ask yourself, PL 13604LOT
in the first round over Charlie does the fighter make the
Smith. This was Skoch's 15th manager or does the manager
straight win. Skoch Is makinga make the fighter# This time AGINST LINCOLNThe ;(cwaxd
fast rising name for himselfand we take the stand for the man
the fighter of the month. behind the scenes. I
Jerry Lockers, a Jewish light The movie industry has Florida A and M Rat- Oct. 17
heavy won his 2nd start over palnte'd the manager a "he tlers expect the 61 schedule to Tennessee State at Tallahassee -
McArthur Bell by tko in t 'h e can't hurt us" gent. This is a be Just as (tough as the '63 ,; Oct. 24.
3rd round. very poor painting of !the fight slate with which they endedup Benedict l College at Tampa,
Gordon Lott won over Char- ers' necessary mouthpiece, thus with an 8-2 record. They Oct 31.
lie Jordan in six rounds. Gor- the reason why the average dropped close contests to Tennessee Homecoming against A and OWNERS I
don is becoming very popularat sport fan, can see very little A and I State University T College at North Carolina,
Little River. need for the fellow who col- (14-12)) and Texas Southern Nov. 7. W, plan, ..... and advise

Orlando Rulz won over Geo. lects a percentage of 'his tighters' University ((20-14)) In the Southern1., at Baton Rouge, Yav plans or ears
Sawyer in four ,rounds. Ruiz earnings for hollering, last few seconds of the game.This :. Nov. 14.
Is I a another popular boy at "throw that right. is the third year the Bethune-Cookman College at Custom Built Horn.
Little River. Flitters! generally pattern Floridians have played the Daytona Beach, Nov. 21.
their, style after some ring same slate of opponents Texas Southern at Jackson Attractive Additions

Ran Into JIMMY WADE great, and step by step, try to The Rattlers at home ville, Nov. 28; and the Orange .
former croWd pleasing lightweight trace his tracks to the spot Lincoln open Blossom Classic at Miami, December "aHtf Alteration
against University
where he his 0. Good bank financing
around the early 30s edged way to will
(Mo.) Oct. 3. The
are some of the tough fame in the record books. Yet opener The opponent for the Or-
rights he had: Tony Canzena- we never heard of a fighter be Central followed State by:College at Tallahassee ange Blossom Classic will not C 7 QaaaanaDr i7
ro, Billle Patrole Jack Kid 1 accomplishing' his purpose Oct. 10. be named until around mid-
Berg Kid Chocolate and num- without the guidance of h 1 a November ( (]c 4

erous others. Jlmmv is water manager. The mltt-sllnger gets Morris Brown at Atlanta,
Inspector for the City of MI- the spotlight and very little I Is sea N.E. 7th StrMt
Best Method SellA !
ami Beach He has been on written about the careful to .
the Job for the past 28 years. painstaking efforts of the man Negro Junior classified ad! Uoeue4 ....,.4
He also won the Courtesy behind the scenes who makes -
Award and nominated for five the fighter what he is. Colleges Seek Open
more. Good luck Jimmy, keep We believe every managerhas
the good work up. This !Is a the Interests of his boy CompetitionFlorida's ,
credit to boxing. They say they at heart, and a great many Do You Need. .
wind up punchy.. Not by lookIng could be classified as fathers colleges
Negro junior
at you! This gang Is not a useless lot -
that belong to the Na- A bedroom bathroom
living off the lefts and rightsof new a new new
tional Junior College Athletic
120n HALLORAN of WTVJ the young men under their Association NJCAA Florida room alterations repairs a new
( ) ,
are expected ,
Channel 4, has Just returned control, but are Indeed a ne-
from Boston where he Informs esslty to ambitious youngsters closed; tournament to begin competing on the in home? Kitchen cabinets, new windows?
me WILLIE CAD ILAC desirous of reaching the
state regional and national
JAMES Is working at a tex- heights. levels, soon THEN CALL

Fie tile nlto mill tells in me Fall SAM River.SILVER-Mass GRADY McCLENDON always The all-Negro Florida Junior D & H Construction Co. 448-1119

MAN I Is usinor him for a punchIng a popular performer here College Athletic Association

bag. Willie fights main and especially at this club Is will meet In Ocala on Sept. 25/ No job too large or no job too small. We hay.
bouts there arid: tough ones, back In town after a lanse of to consider this and other
too. over a year. An n'tlnn I fighter .matters during the as ocla- been building for the Colored Community for the
FIGHTERS; RITHPENDED BY on the order of JERRY POWERS tion's annual fall meeting: past 18 years.
HOXING BOARD he will he a welcome addition -
Eddie Ludlow lndefinat; Ma- to the ring activities in Ralph Malone, president of Builders come and builder go, but D&H Construction
lo Hendez 90 days; Chico Erps, this area. Gradv holds wins the association and dean of the Company is still in business. We completeour
!90 days; C. J. Thomas Tommy over such good boys as BOB host institution Hampton JC contract and pay all bills.
Harper Freddy Wilson Angel BY MARIE SANTOS FLORES, said he will Invite the NJCAA's
Lorenzo and Ike Jones 30 POWERS and SANDY SEA- regional representative to the Following is a partial list of satisfied customer,

days for being ko'd. BROOKE. meeting to discuss the colleges' If you know any of 'them call and find out how D&H

Involvement In open competition doe its work and its bills. All work guaranteed
pays
1
WILLIE PASTRANO ifl DICK WIPPERMAN out of ,
training hard since his release Buffalo, NY, shapes up as a We build in Brown's Sub, Liberty City, Coconut
from the hospital. He defendshis fine prospect In the heavy- One of the colleges' expectedto Grove a'nd' most anywhere in Dade County. All our
benefit most from such
title at Manchester. Eng- welgth division. The lad has a
larid against TERR DOWNES won 17 of his 18 matches and move Is Gibbs Junior Collegeof financing: is done with Federal Saving and Loan

British Empire champ, Nov. 30. reversed his only IOM The St. Petersburg long a member Associations We are qualified FHA dealer
boy has had two bouts this of the NJCAA and a ma- I Call 448.1119 and ask for an appointment. No
CHRIS DUNDEE has a good year and scored a kayo In both jor basketball pdwer for the "
show! coming up at North Miami outings."STORMY". paRt[ five vears Only Glbbs JC charge for plan or estimates
Beach. All proceeds will and Washington JC of Pensa-
LISTED BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR BATTSFIED
fro to the VFW. The show la WINTERS consistently cola were members of 'the national -
:set for Sept. 23. Winning performer In group last year. Glbbb CUSTOMER IN EVERY SECTION OP MIAMI

Main event, 8 rounds, Frank local rings, has chalked up 21 has been conference champ Edward and Ora Lee Burke, 2780 NW flint fit., Brown' Bob
Rollaway vs. the hard punch- straight and Is undefeated for three consecutive years,
Wm. A. and Myrtle V. Campbell, 3239 NW 48th Tern,
In* OE MURCHISON: RAY since starting' out as a pro two and was tournament champ-
for two consecutive In Brown's Bob
COMANCHO vs. GRADY Mc- years ago. years.
addition Glbbs was ranked In Mrs. Arthurlnc C. Chavls' JMlfl. NW blot Bt, Brown' Bob

the top ten offensively for William Crawford, 1210 NW WUh St, Liberty City

9 RATTLERS ON PRO three consecutive; years. Langston C. Pal 1474 NW 69th Tern, Liberty City

I According to communications/ Alonzo and Llnnle Fannin, 7001 NW 13th AT*., Liberty City
from the NJCAA's Redonal
:FOOTBALL Office tentative plans call for Oscar" Bdwnrds. 3200 NW 49th Street Brown'. Bob
TEAMSFAMU the FJCAA to become the 4th Dr. and Mrs. Hogan, 3200 NW 53rd Rt., Brown'" Rub

division of a new Florida conference Mr. and 1'1.... Charles Ilfffgfl, toot NW 04th St., Liberty City

Two exRattlersfrom nine nlavers: In professional i wan the right to send Mrs. J&wla Ma RawLt, 3470 Fla. AT*., Coconut Grove
Florida A and M Univer- football. Tackle Willie Lee 'Is two teams to the state tour- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph White 3311 Fla. Aye., Coconut Grove
sity survived the final cut as with the world champion Chicago -
National and American Leagues Bears, halfback Bob Para- nament provided they are Mr. and 1'1..... Clifton Whitehead, 3331 Fla. Ave.,

trimmed their rosters to % h e more is with the St. Louis Car- members of the NJCAA. Mr. and M.... Eugene Batter, 3421 Frow Ave., Coconut Or.

34-player limit last week. dinals and full back Hewitt A.a. Mr. and Mra. King Liberty, 1701 NW 02nd Tern, Liberty City
Dixon Is
with the Broncos.In .
Halfback Clarence Chtlds SKIN DISEASES Mr. and Mrs. William Llttlea' tot NW 08th Bt. Liberty City
and end Alfred Densoo. both
the Canadian League WIN IT. BL B. Reeves, 1424 NW 00th Bt, Liberty City
All-Americans at FAMU sur- lie Taylor Is a guard for theB.
vived the final ax. Childs Is a C. Lions and tackle Willis FREE CONSULTATION and hundreds of other too numerous to mention.
running back with the New A new approach to
treatmentand
McClung Is with the Hamilton
York Giants of the National medication based on upxv Drive by these beautiful home, talk to the owner' and
Tigers-Cats.
while Denson Is employed as a Playing semi- dazed blood and laboratory find out for yourself that D and II live np to their contract
flanker with the Denver pro football are quarterbackJim tents. and PATS ALL BILLS. 81J
TuHls at Springfield Mass
Broncos of the American. DR. IL HAAG
and tackle Peter Livingston .at PL 7-7234 Call 448.1119 Ak for Mr. Davldow

Florida A and M now has Wheeling W. Va .../, II
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. eon at which Dr. Samuel Noel, finalized for the state associa-
president of Manatee Junior tionte' Study Conference to be
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1964 I College, Bradenton, was the held at Jacksonville Univer-
.. .:. :__ main speaker. Dr. Neel admon- sity on Oct. 1-3. Mrs. Dean has
ished teachers to give childrenthe also been Invited 'ito participate -
rNa opportunity to develop : In this meeting.. It appears -
leadership qualities through that total Integration for "
rocs 'tsf stimulating and encouraging) the Florida Association for
: People. Independence. I Childhood Education Is Immi-
,
At this conference, plans were, nent.

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IN MAKING n drab speech, Street Boys, the 20th St. gang, 6800 NW 6th COURT
one must Intersperse It with a the 14th Street gang and oth-
few corny Jokes, says Dale ers, we always made it our CBS 2-bedroom, jalousiedl porch, dining room, garage
Carnegie, expert on "How to business to get to know one total down
4 4Jr appliances. $8,500 $300 $69 per
Win Friends and Influence or two members. In this way r
People." That goes for when we could go Into any "district1'and i ; month. FHA.
writing a drab column.A wouldn't be walloped and .IIIIM-ry... I N Y3.. N..U
massacred. .
7-year-old girl sang this '
Attends Conference
song this way as she was These modern gun-toting, CBS beauty, 4-bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room. Large
swinging: knife wielding ""Mudcat Gangs'* kitchen, dining room, appliances. Fenced. $15,500
are no different from those we Mrs. Marian M. Dean, local total $500 down.
Petunia roll grey bonnet grew up with. And the same president of the! Dade County ,
Wid a rip on down, It policy of making friends with Elementary Teachers' ACE, -oNo -
And we'll each hold )Dobbinsto one or two of them have paid along with three executive officers -
the sleigh. off for us. Here in Liberty of the local branch, I qualifying. Beautiful CBS 3-bedroom, \% bath,
City these, gangs of teenagersare Journeyed to Sarasota on Sept. furnished.
Florida room, dining room utility room
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Trudy fields of clover notoriously "bad." 11 to attend the Presidents'
Weevil ride to DoverOn Conference of the Florida Association $14,700 total. Reasonable down payment.
our gol-dern wedding day. Many nights we have to be for Childhood Educa-
out when these boys are roam- tion which Is an affiliate of -oNo -
ing the street, but at least 'two the Association for Childhood
or three In the roughest mob Education International. This qualifying. Corner 4-bedroom, Florida, room,
We are In receipt of a letter know "old Bert" as aw, he's is the first time that the state dining room, utility room, carport, appliances.
dated Sept. 5 from Japan. airtight, he works at the Miami association extended an Invitation $14,000 total Reasonable down payment.

The- letter, In a nice handwriting Times. to the Negro branches of
In English Is from We even go out of our way the area. -
four Japanese girls, 14yearsold. to seek them out in their hibernatIon
Attractive home and income. CBS 2-bedroom plus
They would very much and slap them the The Leadership Conference ,
like to have friends of their back with a "HI daddy, what'sup. on started on Friday and termi- one efficiency apt. Appliances, $11,000 total, $69
own age correspond with them. Have a beer?" nated the following afternoon.The month.
conference consisted of
"What we would like to do," "ideas-shared" and business
"Or walk with Kings nor --.o- .
the missive "Is
to
ays exchange -
lose that common touch. sessions and featured a lunch-
Information
and views New list VA resales 2 3 4 bedrooms
about school life and daily life on ,
and to swap stamns.. pictures, | $100 to $300 down, $60 month and up. We have
postcards or even things madeat I "
school ." keys

We thought It would be in- We have many other good buys
trestlng to some of our teensto
have a pen pal In far away REGISTERTO : ; I

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from young Americans. They; 4'>
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Anyhow, here's the kids'
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you dig Japanese: Sunday 3-6 p.m.

Relko Nakayama Rooms Rooms Beyond CompareDUGIE'S
207 Nagators Eaku-Shl. 565 NW 44th Street
Nagaria-ken, Japan '
GUEST HOUSE Very nice CBS home, tile roof, Fla. porch, garage,
Hlsae Slmlzu city sewers. $300 down, FHA.'$75 month.
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Sa ,u-shl Nagana, Japan .. -1 230 NW 40th StreetCBS

Mlchlko Motekl Seeing is Believing
R37 Sumivoshi-cho i tile roof, 'dining room, sewers, completely
Iwamurada Saku-ahl tNaganaken 2941 NW 47th Street Ph. 634.3851 fenced. $11,000 total. $68.95 month.; $250 down
Japan FHA.

Kumlko Kogo ., Jamaica Dugie, always a friend .

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If you can talk with. crowds
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If your property lies in Project One of the urban closing cost.
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I the common touch renewal area: between Northwest 7th Avenue and 520 NW 45th Street

Yours Is the earth and
that's In It .everything Northwest .3rd ,,Ave., ,and Northwest 22nd St. and 3-bedroom CBS, tile roof, Fla. room, garage.' $350
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Those few quotes/ from Rud- Northwest 13th St., YOUR PROPERTY MAY BE
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the following paragraphs CONDEMNED!

Most of 3-bedVooms' 2 baths, garage. $300 down, FHA, no
,our younger life we So that be fully adKrised of rights, and -
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member.had been a "sort of" honorary'''iH' to a general membership meeting of the Free CBS corner, 3-bedroom, 2-bath, can be used as

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