The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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42nd YEAR, No. 4 MIAMI FLORIDA, SEPTEMBER 26, 1964 16 PAG 10 CENTS c
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I U.F. Clears Urban LeagueIn Teenagers Ordered a

Registration Drive Stand Trial for MurderTwo

A demand from the South ities," said Gen E. A. Evans,
Dade Republicans to deny Unit- president of the UF and also teenagers were! orderedon 'Judge Harold Spaet after a I Cramer, o f 0510 Wl Fourth
ed Funds to the Urban Leaguewas head of the executive commit- Friday, by Dade Circuit I hearing', and ordered committed Ave., Hialeahb walked Into the
turned down Wednesdayby Judge to stand trial on murder to :the South Florida: State 600 N. W. 11th
the executive committee of tee.He added that the committee Indictments, and a third, their Hospital. St and told the bartender
the U. F. "Is In complete agreementthat companion, was declared In- three boys had tried to rob
no United Fund money sane. A psychiatrist testified that him.
The committee recommendedto Rolle does not know right
should be used for partisan
the United Fund board of political activities of any kind" The boys were charged In from wrong. lie aM said that They fired three shots a t
murder James
the of W. Cra-
trustees to do the same. and promised to bring 'that 48 who didn't know he Kerry Francois, 16, of 7738 him but missed he said. Cra-
to the attention of all mer, N. W 15th Ave., and Leroy mer did not realize that h o
The Republican Club accus- member agencies. was shot until a bartender told ,. Walker 15, of 551 N. W. Seventh was!l shot in the chest until tho
ed the Urban League of "partisan him. I
St., were sane. bartender pointed to Wood on
political activity in participating Walter S. Van Poyck, president Bennie Rolle, 15, of 014 N.W. On t 'h e night' of April 14, his shirt He died April 20.
In a national Urban I of the South Dade Repub- 10th St., was ruled Insane by ...
drive for Negro voter -
League licans said, "We're not opposedto
regisratlon getting more people to vote.

received The local a 1901 Urban allotment League has of We praiseworthy think It's activity a legitimate for and any Woman Joins Civil Niteclub Bouncer Slain;

various activi group which uses Its own Commission I
$25,075 for Its Rights
ties. The voter registrationdrive I' money to keep In operation. I

In Miami and 14 other > "But we don't think an organization By voice vote the Senate No Witnesses Among 200
has confirmed the nominationof
areas around the nation, Is being -i operating on funds -

national financed fund from raised a Indepen-special donated by the entire com- man,Mrs.of St.Frankie Louis to Muse be the Free-first A single bullet snuffed out Bilker, 43, of 3315 NW' 51st
UrUan hasstaled munity should be engaged in woman mcmlter of the Civil the life of the bouncer of a Terr., lying In the entrance
the League
., "',-1 this particular project."Let's Rights Commission.Mrs. Miami night; club early Wednesday Uleedlng from a bullet wound
Aboutone morning', questioning In his throat. He died on the
"A thorough Investigationhas be practical. Freeman, a Negro attorney -
failed Jackson
some 200 patrons to elicit way to Hospital.
voters ,
In the ten new Negro -
failed to Indicate any was
a clue to the shooting.
United Fund money being used Is "going to register Republican President Johnson last Marc An unruly customer who
for partisan political activ-, :and I'm a Republican. 11, She succeeds Spottswood Homicide Detectives Mike had been ejected twice by
Robinson III, another Negro, Gonzalez and Dennis Watkinswere Walker during the evening, Is
who has been appointed a fed- called to the Cotton Club, believed to have returned witha
eral Judge In Washington. C901 NW 15th Avo. at 1:30: am. pistol and shot him, police
$ : and found the bouncer, Willie said.

i ;; HendersonCited More Bombings In Miss. I

by BarThe
Two buildings were heavily Several officers wero struck
r ;" s"' e0 q v damaged by dynamite blasts In by flying rocks and bricks, but
annual cltlrenrfhlp; citation Negro communities In McComb, there were no serious Injuries
of the HlaleahMlamlSnrlnes Miss., Monday Three persons during the disturbance.
Bar Association' was were injured and hundreds of Warren said ,he suspectedboth
awarded ''to labor leader Judge Negroes took to the streets, bombs were planted and
Hondorson, a former stevedore throwing bricks and bottles. hinted that civil rights work-
who Is now vice president of Following the outburst several ers may have deliberately set
b 7P the International Longshore- Negroes; were arrested on a them off for "publicity."
I'F man Association variety of charges Including
The assorhtion citd Hender possession of concealed wea-
son's "acceptance of responsibility j J>ons and resisting arrest. VOTERS LEAGUE
and voluntary mpllnnre Sheriff R. R. Warren said a
with the rule!( of law" In guld- number o f shotguns, pistols MEETING HERE
Ina his", union In labor npotla- and rifles were confiscated
tions! and civil rights efforts The Dado County YounDemocrn'tfc ?

Founder of the Miami 10nJtfIIhorrml'n' Boxer Charged With his weekend Asoclntion to the Is Florida host
loral In 1030: ( Hen
F Voters league, a non-partisan
Armed RobberyA
demon' has served ns presidentever political organization whose
sinceTTe 1 Is nlo' n trusteeon
promising business! I Is voter registration
the hoard of the Christian wIth 11 1 nnl"kI"11tq and 14 victories and voter education.
TToanitnl and 1 Is active' In the In 1ft/ flo-hts, was released
civic nnrt political life of the on $5,000 ball Friday President Kenneth Williamsand
Community ind charged with armed rob- hoard chairman Dr. E. A.
bery. Ward promise a busy and profitable -

Grand Jnrv to Hear Porter folio] 20, was arrest- weekend.
1)(1 1 'n' I"O"C'tli''m' with A r"h. Highlights; will he a welcoming -
Assault Case fiery at the Refrl-Center 1000( cocktail party hosted! by
SW Rth St. Ho was sentencedto RnoHcvelt Savings and Ian
Charged with raping' an 11- :?0 years at Ralford on a Association Saturday night,
vear-old alrl In her home, a similar charge In 1058. Aboutate and an awards banquet Sunday
1)t.1r..nJe1 "' 'Ir"1p has: h"enhotlnd months ago Rolle was re- afternoon at the Hampton
M over for grand f 11 r v leased. House
action by Peace Justice Ralph

Ferguson. ...
Samuel Ifpnrv CoTobrook.
who said hp lived at NW Rth
Ave nml R7 *>tout tvn4 ntclc"d'
HO.MimilNO IN COMMON Scanning through the 04 of a police line-up by 'the .r'C.
and M Rattler Football Handbook are trl r 1.
These lovely Florida A Dennard (left) Birmingham ;d
Carole Colebrook broke Into the ) v p7z 1t.
University freshmen co-eds : Ala.; Charlene A. Crawford rlrl'n, 'home In th< northwest ;t. : t
have something In common. Mariana, Fla.; Peggy A. section the night of' August 13: ,; y,,
They are all Interested In get- i Inkard, Wedowee, Ala. and' the Shwlffff Dept. Raid white t 1 / f .
ting dope on the '64 Florida I Azulay Floyd Howard (front), she wa! nlone. TTrr mother

a. andM,, University Rattlers. Waycross, Ga. was attending a meeting.

I t, Men Held in Slaying of Woman ''fr1'MN / i,

Two men already In Jail were slaying, and ,Henry Jenkins Mrs. Blelow of 1829 SW 11th
charged Wednesday by tithe Jr.. 28, a 210-pound 6-foot laborer : Terr., was found dead, lying '
homicide detectives with are the men. face down behind a display '
first degree murder of Mrs. Will if or d will be returned counter, shot once In the chest,
Helena Blelow. found shot to from Ralford to Miami. bound and gagged.' ..
death August 29 In a Jewelry The police apparently work- Jenkins. was formally charge ----
store across from the court- ed from a tip, and found that Wednesday 3:45: p.m. before A picture of Mother Ousele i of Miami and Mrs. Blanche:
house. both were' already In jaIL Peace Justice Ralph Ferguson Gamble, state president of the Hinton of West Palm Beach do-
"One was out on bond for I honors. The picture will
Sgt. A. J. McLaughlin said Fifth Women's Church of
Officer Gaddy captured
killIng -
when -
armed robbery ,hang In the home that was
Christ Convention and
recovered loot stolen
said Sgt. Gior- police had Jenkins at 4:30: am duringa
occurred the founder of the home Is unveiled .- built two years ago as a stop
ford from at 823 NW 2nd Ave.
dano. "He Is In Ra now. Webster hold-up missionaries
Blelow, at the Travelers Rest ping off place
other captured during store of Mrs. Jenkins had a .22 revolver under -
The a strong-arm was holdup at Jewelry, 45 NW First St. ,..... his shirt. Police say he admitted Home, 2019 NW 68th Terr dur-l traveling to and from the Caribbean

4:30: a.m. last Sunday. Police said Jenkins admitted that robbery. He w a II Ing ceremonies which the home*/ convention Islands.ended The here four-day Sunday;,
Involved in the killing Identified as a member of a was renamed, the Gussie
30 sentenced being I
Harry Wllllford Gamble Travelers Rest Home. I Sept. 20. Miami-Metro New
Imprisonment but blames Wllllfo/d for the gang that robbed George Williams J
to seven years Mrs. 'Mae Dell McSwatn, left] Bureau photo.
15 minutes earlier
Sept. 4, six days after the shooting.; __ ..:.


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Its\ no accident that RIch- .
mond Heights, a community In THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Dade County with 7,000 resi- ..
dents, boasts a better than 00 PAGE 2 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 1964
per cent voter registration :

"It Is not too difficult to get i :i.i : .w
people to respond If you workat that the Idea for this allNe- signed to sell for $25,000 to
It," said Mrs. Alice M Tay- gro subdivision was conceived $50,000. y
lor, pioneer resident and sec- by a Pan American Airline This latest move presented .r I FaA.
retary of the Richmond pilot, Frank C. Martin, during! financing problems, but a
Heights Women's Club: "We his flights over the area. series of conferences with VA,
meet bi-monthly, discuss com- FH and commercial finance
munity problems then work Martin selected a group of company officials solved them.
toward eliminating them. I advisors Including 'two of MI- Another pioneer resident,
I ami's Negro leaders, Father president of the Community
The recent vdter registrationdrive Theodore R. Gibson and the Council, James M. Reid, said,
netted close to 300 new Rev. Edward T. Graham. He "Residents can expand and
registrants bringing the totalto acquired the land and soughtto raise their families under Ideal
just over 4,500 according to attract Negroes Interested In conditions. We have no delin-
Mrs. Helene F. Carr, club cor- surburban living. quency problems here."

responding secretary. Within two years, GO teachersa A structure
$50,000 com- .. .
"We did It by knocking on principal, a doctor of philos- pletely equipped for a "private --- -- -- -
doors and ringing telephones," ophy, ten policeman, a detec- club" serving;; liquor has never Lawrence Sweeting, right, cll. Sweeting, local businessman -
she said Working toward becoming tive nine registered nurses, a opened Its doors and never surveys development of h 1 8 along with other meM-
a model communitymeans dentist and a print shop owner will, according to Reid. "Noneof nearly completed split-level bers of the council, was
more than well groomed and 3T post office employeeswere our present or future pro- home In Richmond Heights largely ,:responsible fur these
lawns and painted houses. among the 2,100 residents jects call for this sort of type homes for the area -
In touch with all with Jim Reid, presi-
"We keep living In 475 homes. thing he said. Miami-Metro News Bureau
area residents constantly. Mrs. A Dade County park rede- dent of the Community Coun- Photo.
Carr said. Last year a tract was cho-
velopment currently ,
program r 'r, i'v
It was nearly 15 years ago ; sen for custom built houses de- underway will expand the

-- .... present facility to ten acrose, I .. ,
r RYi .. .' 6. ; \: '. t. clubhouse
r : 14': providing a new security -
+. eta lights 'tennis courts and
a baseball diamond. The park's p'I, sEa'a,g, ;f 4H'
swimming pool was openedlast .
year. I .E i t, i

,. .
r f f .at"g hy r mra s> ; rwt When the Community Council .
decided that new street I 1 I
lights were needed, an arrange
i ment was worked out with the
Florida Power and Light Co. to = \
: ; Install them.' This was done on & M _,
a yearly prorated cost basis of Is< h Ya
I less than six dollars to each
,'.! home owner.
: v
tc In 1003 Richmond Heightswas
awarded a plaque for having -
the lowest! crime rate of "' .
I .
9 b 1 y.h YN
I any community In Dade County
xt -
,, ,
aY 5 It was one-sixth the aver- 7.1. ai3 .-. ,-- -..... ---. r.. .. .....- .._'..-
; age of the lowest rate shown
for any other' area. One of the The Richmond Heights Jun- istic in design and completey
.' reasons: There are no slums in ior High School was openedlast air-conditioned. The elemen-
m xi.w.; In this 7,000 popu- J
I Richmond Heights year settlement. It Is mod- tary school also is modern and .
lated as
The new and modern Richmond park, currently undergoing
Heights swimming pool, extensive redevelopment, soon 1 ern as any In the state, futur- commodious. 1
I one of the recreational facilities will afford 4-11 youths a club- Miami Times daisied Ad I '
In the community's 10- house within a good diver's
acre Dade County Park. The splash of the pool. Our Classified Ads Your 'Times' by mail Only $5.00 a year_ W


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National Urban LeagueIs ing classes from 0 a.m. to 5 p.m. program classes will Ite held 4)4 13O Y riffiiw ?AIWITl
seeking Negro high school dally. Men interested can write from 6:30: to 8:30: p.m. Tues- *
graduates for training as engi- National Urban League, Inc., days and Thursdays from Oct. 1,
neers and executive secretaries. 420 Madison Ave., New York University.
City or telephone Mr. Tribble
Men between the ages of 18-' at 751-0300. Applicants should write to

28 having mechanical problems Women commercial and tech- Mrs Edith Krag, director, office -
solving ability and some experience nical high school graduates Training Service New PRESENTED BY
In electronics needed for or train-me- having a minimum typing skill York University, 10 E. 8th St., Gamma Zeta Omens?
chanics are service of 40 words per minute and New York City or phone the Chapter
Ing as customer engineers shorthand skill of 80 words per Urban League of Greater New
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minute may apply for free
According to Merrill Tribble, evening classes to upgrade ?1ar
National Skills Dank assistant, their secretarial abilities. GAMIiAUTA OMEGA ---
there are openings for 30 men CHAPTER BENEFIT OFSCHOLARSHIP '
in 'the class beginning Oct. 12. According to Mrs. Helen R. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA FUND
Each will receive $350 per Williams, director of theLeague's I SORORITY ----
month for for attend- secretarial training
one year
will present the Ebony Fashion Dado County
Fair with a Spanish Flair hero '
ut Made County Auditorium on Auditorium : <

ELKS SPEND OVER Sunday October 18, 0 p.m. MIAMI, FLORIDA ; a.SUNDAY. t

I .The Ebony Fashion Fair con- '
sist.' of ten attractive female OCT. 18,
models and two male models, 1964 r r
along wardrobe ladles, 6;00 P. M.
music director, st fco and business -
malnde In the brea for a day or manager, commentator
estimated: $1,500,000 was One-year Subscription
and latest in high fashion
poured into the economy of two after the convention. All citations. This year's Fair willcmphasizo to Ebony or 6 MonthsSubscription
with what had
the Greater Miami area duringthe seemed pleased tlta Spanish influence to A
Elks Grand Lodge Convention been accomplished in the
"Magic City." from such couturiers selections Jet .2.50
a - Christian Dior, Alenriaga, Yves Donation 2.50_
Over 7,500 delegates and -- .
St. Laurent, Ilikl,
assembled here August Hleanorn Garnet Total _$5.00c '
21-28 in the the largest! groupto Top Musicians to (leg .Casftlni, Norman No-
rell James Galanos
and Scaasl,
visit the area this year. Appear at Soiree along, with
Hotels, restaurants stores and I striking originals
attractions Miami's top musical talent I by top Negro) designers.

sightseeing to benefit most. seemed appears Sundav In thp Hrce/e- ,,,":-0.. .* M;.,.. &**A.3''Avv.".2..vv.vj j'.juw ... ...........................:!,......._. .........'"................'. .........:..ff' \..,...".......... ...:. ',
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Hobson R. Reynolds, Grand' 15th Ave. at 4:30: pm. for the it't t r2n
Exalted Ruler of the organization Ninth Annual Musical Soiree.

said that the courtesyand leadership of Mrs. I ". ., .. .....' .. ..., .. ...... .... ..... u
cooperation of residentsand Under the
official! of the City of Miami Helen Dorsett Glover music ,.tt: en'
Convention Bureau mana- Instructor at Booker '1'. Washington rrA j
ger. Senior High: School. The _
compositions of Bach, Bra- r "
Henry F. Braun, catering hams, Hnndeland) ), and Pales- J
manager at the Alcazar Hotelon trina will be featured.

"The Biscayne Elks helped Boulevard make August said-, Among/ 'the participants will i\:\, \lt#

our best month this year." he Randolph thp BTW Williams Concert Mrs.Chorale Ber-, ICE CREAM STORE ltettS a

Brayllne Sightseeing,;: Tours, thenla White, Reginald Bryan, alt
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used dally transporting conventioneers .
ola Williams Mrs. Symatha Edwards 1
to and from outlying Dltlnrd. Miss Nor- t.Jr iU

)sightseeing"Many hotels.bougnt purposes tickets to,"for Jer- Ashako ma Miss Leo Cassandra Smith Burnnltt William Hanna Earnest Hanna Mrs., f Ft 1 36 Flavors -:- 60 Varieties ii I Iact ,

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\ 'Train heavy general the Seaboard travel during passenger was Railroad that agent extremely period said for,, Storr Accompanists and Mrs.) Arthur Eleanor) are Evans.W.Willie Morgan.Williams i k i Corner N.W. 54th 51. and 7th Ave.ltI 1J

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groups spelled the dlfference.1' the YMCA. Refreshments will
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4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1964 City officials have made .a citywide tour explaining La. Even .,Ban

the bond issue.. So the 30,000 registered voters, I

knowing what it's all about, should be ready to cast Mixed Letter Writng

their votes on Tuesday, September 29.

There will be eight separate ballots. Voters can "Existing rules and regulate
vote on all or on those favored.! ions" have brought to an enda

Should the bond pass and all of these improvementsmade between three-year a Negro correspondence on death row

R. II. BIGISMUND RBHVB8, Editor and Publisher we will certainly have a city :that we could bo in New Orleans and a Swedish

GARTH C. REEVES. Manatinff Editor even. more proud of than we, are at the present time. woman
I Press reports of 'the prison'ssegregated
Member of the National Newspaper Pnbliaheni AModatkn ISLANDIA MAYOR BROOKS letter policy report-
edly have been received with
8TTRSCRIPTION RATES Islandia/ a name that has been in the astonishment In Sweden.
ONB YEAR 5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $&. news aplenty Mrs. Solvelg Johannson 39,
-. will probably remain there for some time, to the delight: of Stockholm, has been writing'
JBtetorvd M Second CfciM Matter, August 9, 1017 at the Poet Offcrmt of Mayor Luther Brooks whose baby she is. t o Edgar Labat, 41, former
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876
On New Orleans hospital
Monday, with the approval of Mayor Brooks, orderly.
Metro Labat has been on death row
Downtown Office: 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR S-2KM gave its approval for a $40,000 engineering study longer than any other U, S.
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenn*-Phone OX 1-0421 to determine the feasibility of building a /toll causeway prisoner 11% years.
to Islandia. An all-white Jury 1 n 1953
"CREDO OF Till NRORO PRESS" convicted Lahat of Inn
Land assisting
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can bent lead th- owners on Islandia have agreed to tax themselves white woman's rape. He was
very man regardless or race', creed or color his human and ofa plan proposed by Governor Farris Byant. appeals has given him eight
:legal\ right. Hating no man fearing no mAn-the Negro Press Mayor Brooks believes the, value of the front stavs of execution.
strives to help every man in the firm belief that all men ar'Sari to be $10 to $15 million. ocean Mrs. Johannson, ''on engine-
as long an anyone 111I held hack. er's wife read a news story of
The Mayor believes also that if this Project materializes Lobat's plight and correspondedwith
it will attract thousands and thousands him from 1960 to 1963
NEW RULES SAVE MONEY .to South Dade. of people!' trying: to raise his spirit and
give him courage, she said.
Traffic offenders will be given some considerationin Prison officials cut off their
the posting of bonds, according to a new ruling effec- CITIZENSHIP DAY letters this year because the

tive October 1, placing traffic bonds at one dollar. Thursday, September 17, was Constitution Day. It writers are not of the same

Chief Metro, Judge Thomas O'Connell said the was also Citizenship Day., rare.The Stockholm Expressen.

judges had agreed on >a plan which will save more than The Constitution. consists of seven Articles and Scandinavia's bioa+est paper,
to half million dollars in bond fees In a year. twenty-two Amendments. It drawn mibllshed letters Labat sent to
was at Mrs. Johannson
up a and
That; is certainly good news for the general public tion held in Philadelphia in May, 1787 attended, by correspondent to Louisiana for
but not so good for the bondsmen who now receive ten resentatives of all states except Rhode Island. rep- followup stories.

percent of the bond posted, averaging $50,000 annually. The Constitution has been (the The prison's: assistant director -
law of
supreme the of
Further savings for the taxpayer will come, from federal classification. Ravmond
government ever since its adoption 175 P. LeHlanc, wrote Mrs. Johan-
meals now given traffic violators who are unable to post ago (t 789.)) years nson that' she had been denied

bond. The Supreme Court of the United correspondence privileges because -
Judge O'Connell states that 40 to 50 people remainin of the Constituion, Its decisions have States been Is .the guardian of ."existing" ; rules and regulations -

jail over a, weekend because they are unable to post are being challenged, but' Justices of that and still LeBlanc said. "Under the
bond, and every night 12 to 15 stay in jail because they differing in opinions sometimes have body, though law, correspondence t is not
'ca'nnot;' post bond. to maintain the dignity of always been able permitted unless the corres-
the highest
court in
Minors arrested for traffic offences can be freed by CItizenship Day fR the naWort
having a parent or relative post the bond providing the full civil rights by birth or naturalizaion.EPISCOPAL Anyone entitled. to Legal Notice

parent is a registered voter or property owner. This week our schools NOTICE TJNDKfl FTCTITIOUS

Some violators have been held in jail so long that appropriate programs recognized these days with Notice Is NAME hereby LAW given that

the family had to have welfare help, said ,the judge. the undersigned desiring' to en.
The Miami Times believes making this rule is a good YOUNG CHURCHMEN gage:: In business under the fic-
:thing, and it should meet with the approval of the com- titious name of SESSIONS
munity in general. On Sunday\ September 27 junior and senior high LEASING CO., 3170 SW 8th St.,
school students will meet at St. Phillips. 1142 Coral Way, later Miami.the Florida said Intends to reg

t'' JUST WHAT'S WRONG? Coral Gables, from 3:30: o 6:30: p.m. Representatives of clerk of the Circuit name with Court the of
/the Miami Deanery from Miami to Key West will be Hade Crnintv, Florida.
Amidst riotings, lootings and other thievery we present.. Velma Juanlfa Sessions Owner

find ex-police officers, bank tellers, clerks, church officials The meeting is one of three to be held throughout Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17

and others one would hardly expect, committingsuch the church year.. The second will be held after Christmas

crimes. and the third in the spring. !IIINrw 11M"
Is it because some people will not learn to budget?
Ts it because some make the mistake of trying to keep For Quality Building
up with the Joneses? -- .
The Eighth Commandment says: "Thou shalt not ,r 1-3604
steal" Perhaps many do not know: it. Broward a

This writer is among those who were not able to see l(j kv ad &
the wisdom of banning saying the Lord's Prayer and Cnunt 3'

Bible reading in our schools. He believes it has a bad ef-
fect on the spiritual and moral life' of our youth. But wiser

heads think otherwise, so right or wrong, it's the law :

and must be obeyed. ")' ,,

Crime is rampant all over the country, and seems to W"U..r. now LOT OWNERS!

be getting worse instead of better. Crime among our N..Li ton plan, guide and advl*
youth is frightening.We ....S'...... ........... r".
are living in modern times, a much better and Three new members Joined plank or oars

more progressive century. In Dade County the popula- Couth; Droward: V. F. W. Post : Custom Built Horn.

tion now tops a million. No. 8105 1 n West Hollywood S Attractive Addition
They wore Charles Heart o f
What about law enforcement? Are our judges too 1110 S. W. 25th St., James WlR-: Quality Alteration
sympathetic toward law breakers, or do we need more Tins of 4417 S. W. 20th St. and Good bank
rigid laws? We believe these are, questions that must be Florin Hovel of fitOO) S. W. 25th financing
St., W. Hollywood. Our membership -
answered in vQaaL7aoao [!
one way or the other. drive! l IRon i for 1005.
Time was when one could walk the street or driveat :Members all overseas: and veterans t- ( @
r 4
any hour, day or night without fear of attack. Today, ore eligible to Join. Call Private K-2 Harold Pra'tt, a
the quartermaster. W. A. Howe Jr., son of :Mr. and Mrs. Harold -
you've got to he on the alert. In some areas it's not safe for Information YU 3-0013 or Pratt of 1816 NW 71st St. 8S8 N.E. 79th Street

toleave your home without some member of the family he present at our next meeting Is spending a two week fur- leased ln
around. Even then it isn't safe always. Ort. 4 at 5 p.m. at Hit S. W. lough with his parent. He
17th St.New. leaves Miami Oct. 2 for Fort.
During 45 in
our Miami recall
years we quite a lot Gordon, Oa. for
an advanced For
of crime, but unless our memory has failed us, there infantry training cou" e. Pratt Best Results

were not so many young gangs. Perhaps the growth in Macedonia Baptist is a 10OI graduate of Northwestern Try a Classified Ad

population makes the difference. Church Usher Hoard No. 1 S.W. .- High.
In :those days there were fewer attractions of all Hollywood will sell dinners
kind. Today' opportunities of all kind go begging, even Saturday, Sent. 20 nt the homeof I

when there is a pay envelope coming.. (derson.Mr. and 3810 Mrs.S. W.Charlie'25th! St.Hen. W. APPAREL FOR SALE
Just what's wrong? 083-2850. Dinners will he ready
ollvwood. You mav call 1
CITY BOND ISSUE at 11 a. m. tit 0 p.m. $1.00 per "Champagne taste, beer pocket?" Come to Grace'
nlate. We will deliver to vou. where you'll find i like-new exclusive dresses
Next Tuesday, September. 29, Miami property own- Den .T. W. Wilson president; suits, skirts, blouses, shoes all original. $1 to $5,
ers will go to the polls to approve or disapprove capital Rev. H L. :Mack pastor. Mink, fox and other stoles and fur jackets $5 to $10.

improvements- (totalling 35820000. To the Home Owners of the Cashmere sweaters $2. Mink collars $5. Pre-teen
According to city officials the money will be raised Hyde Park and Carver Ranches dresses $1. Men's pure Italian silk suits. $3 and
by selling bonds, as there, will be no increase in taxes. areas, on next Sunday, Blue suits $5. $5.
serge Sports jackets $2. Pants shoes
Sept 27 the Installation of officers ,
to be made include
Improvements sanitary sewers $1. Skirts SOc. Also linens
of the Home Owner drapes, bedspreads and
costing,: $14,60.0,000; resurfacing; and improving streets, Assoicatlon will be held at other household items. New suits $10
$5000,000; ; storm sewers, $4,000,000 ; recreational facilities the Carver Ranch Park at A $7, evening dresses $2. We cater to the, pants elite. Grace 2 for

_ $2,500,000 ; improving Bayfront Park and a modern p.m.
i marina replacing Pier 5, $2,250.000 ; a marina at Dinner We're earnestly asking: all GRACE'S THRIFT SHOP

J Key, and, new picnic sites, $2,370,000 ; a convention center Homo Owners to kindly be. 2512 NE 2nd Ave. FR 1.8372
nt this Installation
Park Auditorium
Bayfront $4,500,000
i replacing ;
vice. Refreshments will be Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.rn.PAGE .
Parkland purchase 700000. served.

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nators at North Dade High has CHILD CARD LANDSCAPING
placed two of his students as CHILDREN In private bom. SPRAYING for termites, fleas,
salesmen trainee at Burdines Babies to 6 years 1362 NW roaches, chinch bugs and trees.
in the 163rd St. Shopping Cen- 62nd Terr. Pickup and delivery Yard, soil, painting of house
ter. Hours 7Call PL 7-3325. roof. Luten Taylor. PL 4-6743.

BEAUTIFLLLY styled coif-
feures were plentiful Wednes-
day night at Ella Moncur's WANT CAR?
Artists and Models Dance at

the Island Club. The event Mr. Flowers i i. a dealer's agent
climaxed the Lester Beauty
AUTUMN Is hero according WILLIE LEMON REID and Products educational clinic. He can sell you any car below retail
to the calendar, that Is-I her mother, Mrs. Alice Lemon costs. New and used.
\ were here for a
but looking at the thermometer visit with their father and hus- THIS IS THENUMBER
still registering In the 80s, Uand Andrew Lemon, CALL NOW!
one finds it hard to believe.

DYNAMIC: Ruth Greenfieldhas young folk. Kathy Wyche entertained 6 9 1-1262 448-4006 443-4703
announced the opening of friends on Friday
celebrating; her birthday while

the Saturday.Fine Classes Arts Conservatory in music,, Vanessa Saturday.Bush hosted a groupon I -,_. _-
dance and art beginning on ) TO CALL

Saturday, Sept. 26. Mr. and Mrs! WILLIE GIBSON WANTED! Men, Women, all ages
their] FOR YOUR
(Flossie) have as
leturned to the city from Orlando New York City. Lillian is a I 1 CHOIRROBES Free full
placement time
where she was at the former Miami mother of or part steady
bedside of her mother, Mrs. Simmons.
Susie M. Neufiin. Agatha

SPECIAL GUESTS of t h e Jobs
Democratic OpenFor
Dade County Young;
Troop 409 entertained family Association Florida Voters or writeLUCKIE'S
and friends at their "Senior League will be sipping cock-
LJlast Off. The program was tails Saturday evening
most enjoyable. Orchids to interspersed come with political chat- TAILOR SHOP all types of retail stores

Troop leaders Jones and ter Roosevelt Savings and 6510 NW 18th Ave. Checkers
Grocery Stockmen
Fields ,
Loan is hosting the affair. Miami Fla. ,

OUR SINCERE sympathyto USHER BOARD No. 3 of Packers, Sales Clerks, SupervisorsGUARANTEED
the members of the Roberts Greater Bethel AME Church,
family In the loss of their extends an invitation to each REV. LAURA
mother. The Roberts' are one of to attend its 14ih An-
of Miami's pioneer families. nual Tea on Sunday, Sept. 27 Spiritualist, Reader and On the Job Government Approved Training

MEMIIERS< of Jolltvetto Plaza at the church. Florence wash-I Advisor Qualifies you in ten days ready for work in Miami,
Senior Center, under the lead- ington is president of Usher. Healings and blessings to Hialeah, Perrine, Coconut Grove, Hallandale
ership of Group Worker Mell Board No. 3.VISITING God's Powers Goulds, Homestead, Hollywood, Opa-locka
T. Baise honored the Greater in our city from One visit will convince you
Miami Chapter of Links, Inc. the island in the sun, Nassau,
and the MRS CluU on Tuesday is Thelma Thurston that Rev. Laura will help DAY & NIGHT CLASSES-EZ TIME PAYMENTS

evening. These two groups I you through her power of Apply immediately in person or phone
were honored for their vojun- Congratulations gt) out this blessings.
teer efforts to Senior Citizensat week to the following ladies DONATIONS ONLY PLaza 7.8448
Jollivctte Plaza. Who passed the County School
Board Clerical Examination: UN 6-5882

last'TWAS Saturday a JOYFUL evening occasion when Mrs Dade Willie Mae Denson Carolyn, North Knox I I I 612 71st Street Market Training inst.

Mrs. Eva Sharpe was surprisedwith Dunell IIIRhbMrs.( Elementaryand Miami Beach

a birthday party given by Mrs. Mary Nesbitt Storr, Take L bus GOVERNMENT AND INDUSTRY APPROVED
her son, Percy, and daughters, Elem.
Liberty City
Nell Holland and Sarah Coch-. Members of U. S. and Miami Chamber of Commerce
ran. DEVIN l'i11JJ11'4, won
of Eunice and David, celebrat-I JOBSMAM4
MAXWKLTj FLOWERS of ed his first birthday on last AN1> FKMALKFlncNt : NW 7th Ave. at 78th St.
Nassau, Bahamas is visiting Sunday. The party was enjoyed domestic! and commercial -
relatives in our city. all.
John! In the Miami area. -- -
.IAMKB HOHNK who has :Mr. and Mrs. ROVALD W. -
11"' been furloughing here with a YARMARK announce the birthof ALSO I Don't tic fooled. In Miami you have
Pfc. stripe on his sleeve.for their daughter; Suzanna DoMK'sllrn! for excellent jobs In WARNING 1 only ONE (3nMhlerLn Heliool Approved
the past several weeks planed Leigh at Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York or Connecticut. .
by (;0"' and Chamber of
for California
out Friday
a.m. Sept 14 at 7:58: p.m. ortatlon advanced. No
and Korea tour of duty. Horne | Commerce. Market Training at NW 7th Aw. mid 78th Street
in his spare 'time made up these JII IU 'S SOME history'" they waiting. No red tape. References L., .... --.-- ---
columns. Before going into the don't teach in our public required
Armv he make-up man schools: In the Civil War, more
for The Times.was Chan 210,000 Negroes fought in Burlang Associates Unl p A.a.->i *t IOi Htw M'i 1.c.r.rod.e?

the Union army and navy. KMPLOYMKNT AGENCY
MIBS CYPRIANNA RTRA- Among them, 20 were awarded
CHAN of Nassau I is spending Congressional Medals of Honor. 502 NW 51th St. 737-7074
a few weeks' vacation in Mi- More than 38,000 Negro soldiers -
ami. She in houseguest! of her were killed in 410 battles. FOR SALE
aunt, Mrs. M. Johnson, 1531 I
NWI) 1st court. A NEW BURGER CASTLE 2 houses
restaurant will go up on the
NEXT WEEK Dr. If. W. corner of NW 58th and 7th 1-2 bedroom, 1 efficiencyRent
Drown will be devotional Ave opposite Dade Federal in the efficiency. Your
speaker over station WMUM I the next few weeks. !|
Monday through Wednesday,. rent $9 week pays off mortgage
5:45: am: : and the Rev. L. L. LINCOLN NATIONAL Rank in 10 years then rent
Dean will speak Thursday; Is distributing a very tntercst-I Nice lot
I free with income.
booklet: to
Friday and Sunday. The are trig
visiting from the Bahamas. chants. It's called "The New opposite school.
Civil Rights Law and Your
AMONG THOSE attendingthe Business." I Small down payment
fabulous ceremonies and
cocktail party at the Doral DAN FRANCIS, DCT coordi I 1371 NW 58th Street

Country Club on Tuesday afternoon I
were Bill Littles.! Mr.
and Mrs. William H Hanna
Editor H. F, S. Reeves andMr AUTO INSURANCECheck
and Mrs. Percy Styles.
our new, lower rates and easy financing ;
HE SURE to "send' yourcards
of good cheer and get IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING

well wishes to Emma Jean Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
Walden, Naomi McKennon ciji"1
bedded In 071; at Jackson Cen-
tral Building and Anthony D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

Gardiner at Mt. Sinai. "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"'

NICETOKNOWAgnea Business member All People Democratic Club
Hender on Is home after being
hospitalized. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

JAMES BAKER and h I n '

attractive wife. Yvonne are ...s s cafs rarrrf..n s /
cuddling their first a baby

boy. Congratulations. ,

again after a vacation in Detroit -
with a short stop-over in

Orlando on the way home. In Fine Whiskey. .

Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha FLEISCHMANN'S
Sorority Is bringing Ebony "
Fashion Fair to Miami for

with your theme.a enfoyment Spanish Many beautiful Flair""Fashion is the Fair new FOR RENT is the BIG buy 'i':

faces and figures will be seen.
along with our lovable Tern New Franklin Federal BuildingTo
Springer. If you haven't reserved 7heZisf7isll/
your ticket, nows the be built corner

time.DR. GEORGE GORE president N.W. 5th Street and FEC Tracks ail YOll why i o

of FAMU and executive
alumni secretary George Con- CALL 371.7652 'BIBNDID WHISKEY 18 PROOF es% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
nolly are In our town .
couple of'days.. =
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FOOD srrORE27th

Ave. at 54th St.

N EVER CLOSED-- Specials Good Thru September 26th at Weller's AG Only

..: .; .:. -.., '"-' -', "- '',' -..: .. .- .. .. .. .
Chuck Roast Ih 390 Franks 350


Short Ribs lb 39 Sausage 35


Picnics lb 270 Sliced Bacon lb 350


Pig Feet lb 90 Luncheon Meat Soc!


Shurfine Sliced 10 oz. pks. Salad 29c McINTOSH Cello Bag
Strawberries 2 for 49* Dressing qt Apples 3 /lbs 29i(
(With_$5.00 Order or More)
REG. OR PINK-6 oz. can Red Grapes 2 Ibs 29*
lemonade 101 S. S. Sugar Slbbag 29cWith
Cantaloupes each 13Mrs.
( $5.00 Order or More)
Paul 8 oz. pkg.
Fish Sticks 39 LIBBY SLICED OR HALVES -2/ CAN Prune Plums/ lb WtManor
-.T.- ''. Y. C. Peaches 4 for $1.00
For Convenience
46 Oz. Can
DAIRY Drink 3 for I 791 TV Our Payroll Services Check Include
House 1/2 Gal. Cashing
Ice Cream 49* BORDEN'S EVAPORATED -TALL CAN -fr Money Orders
Milk 5 for t Key Making
Blue Bonnet 591 Receiving i Payments
Oleo/ lb 25* of Light Bills


Luncheon Meat 39 Toilet Tissue 2 rolls 190

KRAFT- 18 OUNCE JARStrawberry
Preserves 390 White COUNT
Napkins 100

Grape Jelly 390 ANNOUNCEMENT

CROSSROADS "66" GAS STATION announces Mr. Tucker,
F o I gers Coffee $1.39 our full time mechanic to take care of your mechanical difficulties
at lowest costs to you.
VAN CAMP'S- With Tomato Sauce -2/ Can SPECIAL! FREE! 1 Qt.of oil with every oil change.Gas 2c
off Reg. price. 10% discount on all accessories. "We make
I Pork and Beans 25- your motoring a pleasure"


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1 I
rttss : First MeetingThe I I -, ---i----

i People TOPS Club sponsored by :

'1{ .' the National Sorority of Phi: WMBM Endorses Johnson Humphery I
( Delta Kappa, Alpha Delta
:' 'J Chapter, had Its first meetingfor WMBM is proud to announce play In mind and followingFCC
: this season Septemlter 5,. that after due consideration it I procedures WMBM III
,.' '11 This meeting was held at the has decided in the public interest offer equal time to the opposing -
< TI tt home of Mrs. Bessie Johnson, to support the Demo- I I candidates on its facility.
.: I.. \.A ngs ,>> where preparatory membersand
4..: 41 ,,J cratic candidates for the officeof We have been informed that
,; _.. .lfl ._....,. u' # .. !f" 4'..-. _#...O'.- -.- # .; their parents were presented. President and Vic.! Presi-I this is the first time in the
-- --- --- -
--- ------ The members of TOPS are
dent of the United States. state of Florida that a radio
T1IK FLORIDA FLASH sec!. striving to make this n very Thel'efore.111111 will editors I station has endorsed a presidential -
wrote Its epitaph last week and successful year. Their purpose candidate. We invite
I NICK FKUGUSOX Is nn honorary and aims are to Improve personality ally support President Lyn radio and television stations to
ceased publication after two don Johnson and Senator Hu- \
deputy sheriff appointed and to maintain higher take this step In favoring the
years."Epitaph". by Sheriff T. A. Buchanan scholastic standards.The bert Humphiey in !the coming candidates of their choice.
t Everyone knows Nick in the officers of this organization campaign. Allan B. Margolls
a tomb.means Death.a Gone tc Liberty City area. I are: Doris Holtfield, With the doctrine of fair I Ii i Vice president

eternity! I wanted this des- Ferguson has always been In- president; Sharon Ashley, vice -
cription to sound this way trested In police work. lie is a l president Ann Ashley, secre-
tary; Versie Wlgfall, treasurer -
detective. Rooms
Although Editor John Davis,, private ; Jacqueline Aranah reporter Rooms Beyond Compare
In his announcement of the Besides police work and its ; Ginger Givens, dean of
suspension of publication of I connecting arteries Nick is interested Preparatory Membersi': Rose DUGIE'S GUEST HOUSE
the Flash" would have you believe in the Liberty City i Roberts, airman;
that It's temporary because community clvlcwise. Wilsonla Blown, welfare chair- OPEN 24 HOURS
of "economic conditions"we I man: Bertha Sandllands, mem-
hope that It is true. On Sunday October i his Lib bership chairman*
erty City Community for Voting Seeing is
If he has Ideas of not going Rights has scheduled a meet-. The second meeting of t h e Believing
back Into the newspaper field,, Ing. I year was held at the home of i
I I hope that first paragraph Airs.t L'llzabeth Telley, who, 2941 NW 47th Street Ph. 634.3851
I would make him mad enoughto The topic will be "Crime in with her daughter, Wllsonla
gather his forces and come Our Community." The meet is Blown ;graciously entertainedthe Jamaica Dugie, always a friend
out soon with his set for the JESCA headquar- club.football .
I mean It Florida Flash. ers, 1133 NW GGth St.

have publica- FKKL SORRY FOR Jim
We seen many I the
tions birthed here and folded, Brown, the Cleveland: Hwvns! : field! Dem when"blue-eyed he gets on devils" Now Open on Wednesdays
never to return. But In the case master In the art of totln a
with 'Smiling Johnny D." we pigskin (alias football). are gonna his pin hell on him.will ( Located in Edison Center)
Even team mates
(and I think the Times Edi- I ROY'S, BARBER SHOP
recent; him. His quarterback
will had Mr. Brown hail: to "get it oft :
tors ) a healthy
and friendly competition with his chest" in a nationally dis- might give him the ball on
tributed magazine. I don't feel every play: Jiwt Ho see h I m
Mr. Davis. Not only that, he
6349 .7th AvenueFormer
ground into the dirt. No kid
was "one of us." Johnny learn- sorry because he leans towardsthe
ed printing here at the Miami' preachings of the Black ding.
Times and he will always carry Muslinm l and their sing-song: of don't care a barber at Longshoreman Barber Shop
a bit of the "Times blood" In the "blue eyed devil," hell if whoop whether you are an Elkor NW 8th St. and 2nd Ave.
his veins. l> would you want to be a Muslim a Di-
ence we Mason, a segregationist or Ultra Modern Air Conditioned Manicurist TV
vlne-lte Father Grace-He, Bap-
love to see him make a suc- Integrationist, a black dog or a
tist or of any sect or religion Hours 8:30 a.m. to 8t30 p.m.
white but feathersare
dog, my
cess.We that's your business! droopy First Ca sills Clay LeRoy Williams, Prop. Phone 751.9112
(and I'm Dragging, too)
:Mr, James Brown!
the of
have turned out excellent boysat I feel sorry for giant I

the Miami Times, darn good
printers and darn good citizens
who have followed other careers -

Johnny began working hereas
a newsboy and (he says he's
gonna get me In a dark alley
jet) was coaxed by us to make .
printing a career. He did Nuf


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)HIN9DI01E .

A severely Handicapped worker -
who puts off asking his ,.
claim for social security pay- i,.
ments risks losing all or partof
the social security paymentsthat
may be due him This is '
the Information given today by ? ,
Edward P. Blonston, manager '
of the Miami (North) Social .

the Security retroactive Disability program office.for payment may a maximum be under made of RJ! I \Y LRL7g

12 months before a claim Is
filed, said Mr. Blonsfton.
He went on to say that no I '
disability payments are made a ?
for the first six months a EASIER
worker is disabled.To .

get disability payments,
a worker must meet a special
disability work requirement of
the social security law. This <
requirement, Mr. Blonston explained TO OPENCarnation
is that the worker *)
have five years of work under ,g EvX1bRATEPSki
social security in 'the 10-year
period before he is disabled. A
claim for benefits must be ,
made soon after the disability with :' r ;
begins.In .

some instances, Mr. Blon-
ston said, a worker who delays the exclusive newSUREGRIP
his claim more than 18 months
after ho Is dlsal/led could lose
out completely on disability RIM / frc w_
: worker who is
too disable to work and "A'- MIND 1NCR {. .
whose condition is not obviously .
temporary should get in
touch with the office at 234 NE ; y, nw r,7v.'
I 70th St without delay. "Onlyby
doing RO," concluded Mr.
Blonston. "can the worker be
sure he will not lose social security /'

payments which are .

rightfully his.: 'r This new rim holds any ordinary beverage opener snugly to prevent ... ,

A Clarified Ad Will PayOff easier too-its "the milk from Contented Cows'-- ,)
sUpping. pours ,
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. board retaliated and

gave Klein a good send-off for
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1964 his untiring effort. and hard

.... Spearing work he put in while servingas
chairman. Members present

""""""> .,,,, # 4';"',, "'" 4'# "" 1't.: were Bill Glick, secretary; Carl I

Gardner, Al Sherman Dan I

LOOKING THE. Roth, Morris Klein. Missingwas
With Sports ( Y Ed Lassman.

t r fighter and referee years ago, I'
is now an electrician at the
auditorium and Convention
LKO ARMBRI8TER: t BOXING PICKING UP AT twins, announced his shows Hall. Jim was a ROod club
TilE BEACH for him in 1921 at the old Air- fighter and ref In his younger I

_.... ._..,.. _. that Promoters Buddy drome Arena South Beach
-.- -.- -.-...- --- .- .- .... Now on days.
.#."- ..r# .r-l.J> "-" "''' -#-;- -#-#- ---- F
Pack and Chris Dundee are next to Carters Pier where

FRANK RIVERS PAR AND Dennis Peak's 245. putting together well balanced gambling was wide open. At RUBY FUND has been tic-

shows, the crowds are greatly that time! you travelled by ket taker in Miami and on the
BIRDIE CHAMP: OF MONTH Totaling three games for respectable improving, especially at ferry or took the old Collins Beach for the past 25 years.

Wind nor rain was able to scores were James Little River wooden bridge. He worked at such fight clubs
Mitchum 016 Henry Newbold
; Here are some of the young Arena Civic Cen-
Rivers In his as Biscayne ,
handicap Peak
611 and Dennis 582. who becoming Harry Graham was the ref-
crop are very ter, MacArthur Causeway
determined' bid to become club
popular: Gordon Lott, who has eree, Jack Dempsey refereed a Arent also the Colllseum.
champ of the Par and Birdieat Bowlers who distinguished fight there between Mike Nes- ,
five straight fights here;
its last outing at Lejeune themselves with averages of won
tor and Capt. Bob Roper.
180 and Charlie Skoch. won 15 straight;
Golf Course. up. Orlando Ruiz five straight; They were the good old Chris Dundee expects to run

Rivers mastered the courses James Mitchum 205 Jerry Locker, a new beginnerwon days, says Mr Hayes. a show on Sept. 30 bringing together -

shooting a 73 one under par. Henry Newbold 203 two Uy kayo. in a return bout by
Hot on his heels wtas Ernest Dennis Peak Jr. 194 These names bear watchingnow CHIP JOHNSON who is public demand Tony Mamma-
Hayes who swung around in Robert Caldwell 191 that TV is out of the pic- ''
making a name for relli and Perfecto Garcia
74. L. C. Owens 186 ture. This writer believes 'the himself
Solomon Ferguson 186 fight clubs will pick up all fights JOHNNY Their last fight was a war,
First flight division was Eugene Boatwright' 186 around with its attendance. PRESCOTT at Birmingham, Mammarelli received the nod.
dominated by Oscar Edwards' Ernest Hayes 185 England, Sept. 29. Chip Just It was a split decision. On the
75 and Dave Bondu's 70. Bernard Brown 184 stopped AMOS JOHNSON in same card two young heavies
Sammy Daniels 183 Little River with Buddy Packat the first round. Amos is rated Duke Johnson, who Just defeated
Booker T. Hayes and Eddie Dave Boone 182 the helm, put on a whale ofa 15th in the heavyweight division Johnny Pew and the
Jackson took top honors in the Willie Robinson 181 show last week. Bantam- by Boxing Illustrated. hard punching Roger Whitley

second flight' with 76 and 77 Albert Bryant 180 weights to heavyweights. Here' TOMMY ROSS will work inChip's will tangle.
respectively. Eddie Johnson 180 are the results:
corner. Ross has a great
Miller and Iona Po- James Thomas 180 James Lee lost to Jerry
James of
experience, having J\fAXJU TALKS OF HIS
Powers in four rounds.
lite were third flight winners FOR THE LUCK O' YANKS dis- trained a number of name YEARS AS A BOXER
Joey Clements lost by
with 70 and 87.
fighters, run his own gym,
This statement maybe prema- qualification for fowl tactics to now manages the Fifth Street A little more than a decadeago
The great number who ture; but it is doubtful if any Charlie Skoch. Gym on the Beach. Joey Maxim was one of
turned out for the tourney was other American League con- Gordon Lott kayoed Robert the: toughest fighters In the
noted by President Kelly Wi- Harper in first round. light-heavyweight division. He
son and he immediately took tender will heat the Yankeesto John Pew, after a long lay Miami Beach Boxing Board punched his way to the world
steps to put in motion a plan the top of the league. off lost to Duke Johnson In 8 had its regular meeting Saturday championship In 1950 and held

to have such good numbers First be rounds on a split decision. Sept. 19. This writer was on to the crown for three years
out to regular monthly meet- place continuous seems a Levi Forte won on a tko in present when it voted for a before he lost the decision ina

ings so that the business of make Yanqees no bones about it.success five over OlUe Wilson. new chairman and vice chair- 15-round contest with Archie
which there is
the club of man. CARL GARDNER w a selected Moore.
much could be carried out There are many opinions as JACK HAYES who has pro- chairman and DAN
properly. to what contributes to the moted fight In the early 20's ROTH, vice.Former Maxim who started his boxing -
Yankees iontinuous success, and now manages a hotel in career at the age of 13,
EXCELSIORS OPEN LIKE but one obvious reason Is, they Miami informs me that PHIL chairman, MORRIS lays claim to virtually every
PROFESSIONALSThe play baseball better than any and JERRY WEINBERG, the KLEIN congratulated the new national golden glove title' In
other team in the American the United States.'

Excelsior Bowling League at the exact moment
League opened its 1964-65 season when they should some may I mlddelwelght He turned professional at the of as 18 a :

rolling a star-studded per- say that Lady Luck goes with Jimmy Brown Shakes In 1910{ and in less age than two
of the I
formance with many the team. This could be so, but labelled
bowlers making like champIons only if it was Lady Luck to years pionship was a "ch:1m-:

pins and for games knocking well down over the 200 call both the up Orioles Stollemyre and the to White stop Them Up In Look Article : heavyweight Today prospect.looking but; no more longer like in a ,

of the
and averages for most- I Sox when they were slumpingand boxing, he looks back on those
league above 170. faltering three games be- Muslims.In golden with pride. I
hind. Luck maybe but also Cleveland's star fullback, years
teams will be Now employed as a security
Fourteen declared today
from to late Mayto good maneuvering nas to be Jimmy Brown a signed article In t h e man at the new Lucavan Beach
battling that he is "all for the Black 'I current Issue of Look
gain that coveted honor of given recognition. Magazine Hotel at Freenort, Grand Ba-
being champions of the Excel- in which he discussed theNegro's hama, he talked last week
sior. fight for equality, about the years he spent as a
Grand Opening! October 2. 3. 4 Brown stated he Is not a Muslim professional boxer.
Defending champs Hogan "yet I'm all for them be- "It was kind of tough but I
and Fonda No. 1, picked up cause we need every possible always! tried to fight the best
where they left off and took THE NEW SILVER SLIPPER CLUB element going for us. The more because in my opinion it is the
over firs place by winning commotion, the better' only way you can get to the
three at the start of the top" he aid in
games a heavy,
race. 1721 NW 69th Terrace : Declaring that "the BlackMuslim's slightly ruffled voice
After the smoke of league basic attitude toward
opening night had cleared this Proudly Presents whites is shared by almost 90 "And even when !I was

is the way the standings; were THE JEWELSLatest per cent of the Negro popula- champion I made It my 'lousiness -
arranged: tion" Brown warned that the to fight the best' and
Team W L lilt "Opportunity"Beautiful Negro's mood Is "explosive"and that's probably why I did not
1. Hagan-Fonda No. 1 30 Dancing Girls plus the lovely Miss "the whle man had better remain champion very long."

2. The Kegglers 2 1 MARTHA WILLIAMS, song stylist start trying to understand him." To Joey the fighters of today -

3. Hagan-Fonda No.2 21 and The He cannot compare with the
WILLIAMS expressed skepticism of
by "
1 fighters "in
4. Sir John my day.
Negro leader Martin Luther
5. Packer King's no fighters
fi. Archie's Printing 2 1 2 shows nightly 3 big nights Fri., Sat., Sun. the other philosophy cheek" and"turning gaining around now who could com-

7. Sweet Builders 2 1 Hooause we beaut the largest nil club in the Miami area, equality through "love." pare with the guys in the ear-
8. The Olympics 1 2 Iv forties and fifties," he
0. The New Frontiers 1 2 w* ore able to bring these top attraction to you ot prices "Personally, I cannot believe claims.

10. The T-Blrda 1 2 you can afford. that freedom will be won thru "The fighters on top today
11. The Independent 1 2 advance at the door Tables Free love. I cannot love a man who would have been preliminary
12. Cloverleaf Sport Shop 1 2 $1.50 or clouts me" Brown said in fighters in my dav."
13 Hardy Rogers 1 2 Teenage' matinee Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Adm. SOc Look, adding: After he retired more than
14. Liquors "I years ago, Joey went Into
Individual single games that Willie A. Walters presents his exciting NEW TALENT peaceably hope we can win freedom show business doing a com -
but I'm
thrilled the house opening dv routine, but "it
was kindof
SHOW every Monday night. Great battles for freedom have
Mltchum's tough life
night were so I decided to
217, Ernest Hayes' 246 and prize winners will compete for the seldom One of been the highest won peaceably.paid ath- I settle" down and stay In one
_...... __.r GRAND PRIZE $1001! letes in professional sports His
NOW DIG THIS Brown pointed out that the I encounters many with memories Include
Sugar; Ray
REDUCE more successful a Negro is,
COMING ATTRACTIONS Robinson! Ezzard Charles, "one
the difficult It becomesfor
Love up to 6 pounds October 9 10 11-Freddie (Hide Away) King him to accept "second class of the toughest guys I ever
Guitar fought; Jersey Joe Wfclcott
and leis Rocking citizenship.
f weekly and many others who were top
Dr. Long October 16 17 18-The Original Drifters latest "Can anyone think," Brown names! several years ago.

I hit, "Under The Board Walk" wrote, "that It does my heart Originally from Cleveland

1545 S.W. l et St. Everybody welcome to the Sliver Slipper Nlte Club good to sign 20 autographs in Ohio Joey now calls Miami
a hotel lobby and then be turn- where he has lived for seven
Grand opening Octufl>er 2-3-4, 1721 NW 69th Terr. home.
FR 3-2748 ed out of the hotel dining'room years
I Liberty City He Is married and has two
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Open to EverybodyThe Children Must Protected From I

Florida State Board of -Negro exclusion- from the Harm of Racial HostilitiesNEW

Parks was asked to publicize majority of Florida's public
Its new policy of nondiscrimination -
this week in U. 'S. Dis- parks, long an' Irritant, cameto YORK The forgotten best for the Negro parent not intelligent, healthy and well
trict Court by attorneys of 'the widespread attention during people In the civil rights to: show helpless rage or to behaved as white people who
of 1903 when
NAACP Legal Defense Fund. May Dr. Clarence struggle the children teach blind hatred to his have had good homes and
Owens and W. O. Mack are according
accompanied -
This request followed on children even though he schools" Dr. Spock advised
heels of a sweeping Legal by their families, to noted child-care ex- may feel Justified in these emotions Other problems are likely to
Defense Fund sought use of Klllearn Gar- pert Dr. Benjamin Speck .
victory opening dens Park "The child who learns arise when young people reach
Florida's 56 public parks and near Tallahassee.The Writing in the October Issueof nothing but hatrdcd," he said, high school and college age,
recreational areas to Negro park employees refused Redbook "won't have the selfdisciplineto according to Dr. Spock. Withinthe
admission to the Negro families newsstands magazine (on work in the cause of civil family there may be uneasiness -
citizens. Tuesday, Sept 22))
rights or to educate himselffor I if
and Dr. Owens was Dr. said a youth of one color
addition Spock that the children
In the District "
a good job. wants to invite
threatened with one of another
arrest. Owens
the with
Court rules that Florida must are ones the mostto
On the other hand, white color home for
and Mack are members of the a meal or a
gain the most to lose
I cease publication and distribution faculty at Florida A and M In 'aha Integration youngsters need to be reassured party or a vacation," he pointed -
I of information materials University I by their parents, too, in out,
I specifying Jim crow parks For this reason it Is impera- order to counteract the Dr. Spock concluded that
and areas and to remove"w.hlte" They were subsequently allowed tive, according to Dr. Brock judice they hear, Dr. Speck white people must soon learn..
and "colored" signs use of the park but' It that parents do not postpone a said. He urged parents to teach how to get along agreeably
near the parks. wa then closed one month discussion with their childrenof their children that Ne- with l people of (different backgrounds -
.. ....... .... ahead of schedule so as tothwart the issues involved. 'The groes .. are as kindly and and color In order to
desegregation.This trouble with delay," said Dr. affectlona'te' to' children as avoid increasing resentment
Across From Park Spock, "is that when parents whitee arc" Young white child- and retaliation in /the decade to
current case under the ''try to ignore a subject that is ren should also know that I come. "It is much easier," ho
Choice colored church or school direction of Earl :M. Johnson, truly bothering the whole fam- "Negroes who have had good said, "to learn such habits Inchildhood.
the Fund's chief attorney in the homes and schools are just as ."
48th Street and NW 8th Ave ily, child's apprehensionand I
Florida, has three plaintiffs. l
Air conditioned Sanctuary. Institutional They are Rutledge Pearson misunderstanding become
even worse than
type construction. president of the NAACP's Fla. they to _
Complete Sunday School on State Conference of Branches, be. All experience in child FAMU Alumni itr; :
RoUert W. Saunders, the assocIation's 1 psychiatry tells us that, he I ,, i'TI
two floors heated On four added c '"
Florida field
secretaryand Meeting atHampton
lots. $110.000. Call John War- Quillie L. Jones, a private Dr. Spock noted that parentscan 4
ren for appointment
citizen. save their children from
the harmful effects of discrimination HouseThe
THE KEYES CO. Attorney Johnson Is joined I I h b'y truthfully answering
Howard M Dixon of Miami I -
234 Biscayne Itlvd. Realtors by any questions that Miami Chapter of the
FR 1-3502 and l Jack Greenberg, Constance arise This applies to both may Ne- FAMU Alumni Association will
Indf I Baker Motley and Leroy D. gro and white be have Atty. Charles F. Wilson,
I ,
Clark of the Fund's New York pointed out. parents president of the General Alumni -
I -- -- City headquarters.Charlie Association and G. W. Con-
I In Dr. Speck's opinion, it is noly. executive secretary, asspecial
I guests wnen Dr. George
I ", \V. Gore Jr., president! of FlorIda -
THE Alt NEWHAMPTON I A andI: University addresses

HOUSE the FAMU Alumni on
Clyde Killens' Saturday at 8 p.m. in the con-
Socitl CnU 1 i South | | vention room of the Hampton t
OPCN TO THE Cllln (.JJ.i< A + '
House Motel and d
Island The local chanter is hosting SAN ANTONIO, Tex, Air-
ClubPresents the meeting for Alumni of Dade man Jerry Frederick, son of
Appearing this week with the Broward and Palm Beach
Counties and citizen Interested Mrs. Vera L, Grant of 3231 SW

in the state university The 32nd Avc., Miami, has com-
Austin Quartet audience will he given: an opportunity } pleted the first phase of his
to participate In a Air Force basic military trainIng -
Friday, Saturday, Sunday question and answer period at Lackland Ar. n.
following the president's message. -

Sept. 25 26 27 Airman Frederick has been
"MEDINA"Sensational Many citizens and alumni selected for technical trainingas
F7 'Irw.ys+MY.a..VW have become concerned about a supply specialist at an Air
thp future of tho university Training Command (AC) school "
following the State Board of at Amarlllo AI''D.
Control's announcement of the
possibility; of phasing out.'

l"AMU. I year guarantee
w Jazz Vocalist"The
38th' Anniversary Picture Tube

Hampton House" M The Senior Twilight Circle $16.95
Club will up-liiMtnllcd
worship at Holy Redeemer -
A For the tops in jazz, Church at 10 n.m. 696.3581 ..

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their ; 38th anniversary.
:; Mrs Willie Mae Pinder Is Rowimc TV
a No admission I ) president; Mrs Mario Pearson,

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. board retaliated and

gave Klein a good send-off for
PAGE 8 SATURDAY", SEPTEMBER 26, 1964 his untiring effort and hard

..... work he put In while servingas
Spearing chairman. Members present

',, ....... Bill Glick
"#4'4'* "C- '" "G-t. were secretary; Carl
r Gardner, Al Sherman Dan

LOOKING THE Roth Morris Klein. Missingwas
With Sports r Ed Lassman.

Bj LI & fighter and referee years ago,
is now an electrician at the
auditorium and Convention
LEO ARMBRI8TEK 4 BOXING PICKING UP AT twins, announced his shows Hall. Jim was a good club
THE BEACH for him In 1921 at the old Airdrome fighter and ref in his younger

-.- ......."..,......_.,.-".4'.4'.4',4'.4'.4'.,.'.' 'r .' 4'- -4''-_-- _4'j_;,#_ r _ ___ r__._ Now that Promoters Buddy Arena on South Beach days.
Pack and Chris Dundee are next to Carters Pier where
FRANK RIVERS PAR AND Dennis Peak's 245. putting together well balanced gambling was wide open. At RUBY FUND has been tic-
shows, the crowds are greatly that time you travelled by ket taker in Miami and on the
BIRDIE CHAMP OP MONTH Totaling three games for respectable improving, especially at ferry or took the old Collins Beach for 'the past 25 years.
scores were James Little River. wooden bridge. He worked at such fight clubsas
able to
Wind nor rain was Mitchum G16 Henry Newbold
; Here are some of the young Biscayne Arena Civic Cen-
handicap Frank Rivers in his 611 and Dennis Peak 582. who are becoming very Harry Graham was the referee ter, MacArthur Causeway
determined: bid to become club Jack Dempsey refereed a
popular: Gordon Lott who has Arent, also the Colllseum.
and Birdieat Bowlers who distinguished
the Par
champ of here fight there between Mike Nes-
five straight fights ;
at Lejeune themselves with averages of won
its last outing
tor and Capt. Bob Roper.
Charlie Skoch won 15 straight;
Golf Course. 180 and up. Orlando Ruiz,[ five straight; They were the good old Chris Dundee expects to runa

Rivers mastered the courses James Mitchum 205 Jerry Locker, a new beginnerwon days says Mr. Hayes. show on Sept. 30 bringing together -
shooting a 73 one under par. Henry Newbold 203 two by: kayo. in a return bout by
Hot on his heels was Ernest Dennis Peak Jr. 194 These names bear watching CHIP JOHNSON who is public demand, Tony Mamma-
around in Robert Caldwell 191 that TV Is out of the pic
Hayes who swung now s'tearlly making a name for relll and Perfecto Garcia.
L. C. Owens 186 ture. This writer believes !the
74. himself fights JOHNNY Their last fight
was a war,
Solomon Ferguson 186 fight clubs will pick up all
PRESCOTT at Birmingham, Mammarelll received the nod.
First flight division was Boatwright' 186
Eugene around with Its attendance. England, Sept. 29. Chip It decision. On the
dominated by Oscar Edwards' Ernest Hayes 185 Just was a split
75 and Dave Bondu's 76. Bernard Brown 184 stopped AMOS JOHNSON in same card two young heavies
Sammy Daniels 183 Little River with Buddy Packat the first round. Amos is rated Duke Johnson, who just defeated -
Booker T. Hayes and Eddie Dave Boone 182 the helm, put on a whale ofa 15th in the heavyweight division Johnny Pew and the
Jackson took top honors in the Willie Robinson 181 show last week. Bantam- by Boxing Illustrated. hard punching Roger Whitleywill

second flight with 76 and 77 Albert Bryant 180 weights to heavyweights. Here. TOMMY ROSS will work inChip's tangle.MAXIM .

respectively. Eddie Johnson 180 are the results: I corner. Ross has a great
James Miller and Iona Polite James Thomas 180 James Lee lost to Jerry I deal of experience, having TALKfl OP IDS
third winners Powers in four rounds. trained number of YEARS AS A BOXER
were flight FOR THE LUCK: 0' YANKS dis- I a name
Joey Clements lost by
with 70 and 87. fighters run his own gym I
This statement maybe prema- qualification for fowl tactics to now manages 'the Fifth Street A little more than a decade
The great number who ture; but it is doubtful if any Charlie Skoch. Gym on the Beach. ao Joey Maxim was one of
turned out for the tourney was other American League con- Gordon Lott kayoed Robert the toughest fighters in t h e
noted by President Kelly Wi- Harper in first round. light-heavyweight division. He
son and he Immediately took tender will beat: the Yankeesto John Pew after a long layoff I Miami Beach Boxing Board punched his way to the world
steps to put in motion a plan the top of the league. lost' to Duke Johnson In 8 had its regular meeting Saturday championship In 1950 and heldon
to have such good numbers rounds on a split decision. Sept. 10. This writer was to the crown for three years
monthly meet- First place seems to be a Levi! Forte tko In when before he lost
out to regular won on a present it voted for a the decision ina
ings so that the business of Yanqees continuous success five over Ollie Wilson. new chairman and vice chair- 15-round contest with Archie
the club: of which there Is make no bones about It. man. CARL GARDNER w a selected Moore.

much could be carried out There are many opinions as JACK HAYES who has pro- chairman and DAN
properly. to what contributes to the moted fight in the early 20's ROTH, vice.Former Maxim, who started his boxIng -
Yankees lontinuous success, and now manages a hotel In career at the acre of 13
EXCELSIORS OPEN LIKE but one obvious reason is, they Miami, informs me that PHIL chairman MORRIS lays claim to virtually every
KLEIN congratulated the new national golden glove title' In
PROFESSIONALSThe play baseball better than any and JERRY WEINBERG the
United States.
other team in the American

Excelsior Bowling League at the exact moment He turned professional as a
League opened its 1964-65 sea- when they should some may i middelwelght at the age of 18
son rolling a star-studded per- say that Lady Luck goes with Jimmy Brown Shakes in 1910 and in leas than two
formance with many of the the team. This could be so. but I years was labelled a "cham-
bowlers making like champIons only if it was Lady Luck to pionship prospect."
and knocking down the call up Stollemyre to stop Today looking more like a
pins for games well over 200 both the Orioles and the White Them Up In Look ArticleCleveland's heavyweight but no longer in
and averages for most. of the Sox when they were slumpingand boxing, he looks back on those
league above 170. faltering three games be- star fullback, Muslims.In golden years with pride.
hind. Luck but also
Now employed as a
Fourteen teams will be good maneuvering nas to be Jimmy Brown declared !today a signed,: article in the man at the new Lucavan security Beach

battling from that coveted now to honor late Mayto of given recognition. that he Is "all for the Black current issue of Look Maga- Hotel at Freeport, Grand Ba-
gain zine in which he discussed the
the Excel- hama he talked last week
being champions Negro's fight for equality, about the years he spent as a
sior. Grand Opening! October 2-3-4 Brown stated he is not a Muslim professional boxer.
Defending champs, Hogan "yet I'm all for them be- "It was kind of tough but I
and Fonda No.1, picked up causewe need every possible always tried to flcrht the best
where they left off and took THE NEW SILVER SLIPPER CLUB element going for us. The more because In my opinion It is the
over first place by winning commotion, the better." only way you can get to the
three games at the start of the top." he said:: in a heavy
race. 1721 NW 69th Terrace Declaring Uasic that attitude"the toward BlackMuslim's slightly ruffled voice.
the smoke of league:
After night had cleared this Proudly Presents whites is shared by almost 99! "And even when H was
opening is the way the standings were THE JEWELSLatest per cent of the Negro popula- 'champion I made It my business I
tion" Brown warned that the to fight the best' and
arranged Team : W Ii Hit "Opportunity" Negro's mood is "explosive"and that's probably why I did not

1. Hagan-Fonda No. 1 30 Beautiful Dancing Girls plus the lovely Miss "ithe whie man had better" i remain champion very long. I
2. The Keprsclers 2 1 MARTHA WILLIAMS, song stylist start trying to understand him. i To Joey the fighters of to- I

3. Hagan-Fonda No. 2 21 Music by FRANK WILLIAMS and The He expressed skepticism of clay fighters cannot"in comparewith-" the
4. Sir John 2 1 Negro leader Martin Luther my day.
5. Packer Pontiac 2 1 SENSATIONAL ROCKETTERS King's philosophy of "turningthe "There are no fighters
6. Archie's Printing 2 1 Fri. Sat. Sun. around now who could com-
2 shows nightly 3 big nights other cheek" and gaining -
7. Sweet Builders 2 1 Mtaml pare with the guys In 'the ear-
Pramfle boant" the largest nit club in the area, equality through "love.
we "
8. The Olympics 1 2 ly forties and fifties, he
0. The New Frontiers 1 2 eve are able to bring these top attractions to you nt prices "Personally, I cannot believe claim!
10. The T-Blrds 1 2 yon can afford. that freedom will be won thru "The fighters on top today
11. The Independent 1 2 the door Tables Free love. I cannot love a man who would have been preliminary
12. Cloverleaf Sport Shop 1 2 $1.50 advance or at clouts me" Brown said In fighters in my dav."
13. Hardy Rogers 1 2 Teenage matinee Saturday 3 to 6 p.m. Adm. 50c Look, adding: After he retired more than

14. McDonald's Liquors 0 3 ATTENTION ALL AMATEURS! five years ago, Joey went Into
Individual single games that Willie A. Walters presents his exciting NEW TALENT peaceably, we but can I'm win freedom show; business! doing a come-
house; dy routine, but "it was kindof
thrilled the on opening a
CASH PRIZES AU first Great battles for
SHOW evl"I'Y.Monday night. freedom have
tough life
night were James Mltchum's so I decided to
2J7 Ernest Hayes' 246 and prize winners will compete for the seldom been won peaceably. settle down and stay In one
One of the highest paid ath- place.! "
GRAND PRIZE $1001 letes in
.-'r professional sports His many memories include
NOW DIG THIS Brown pointed out that the encounters with Sugar Ray
REDUCELose COMING ATTRACTIONS more successful a Negro Is, nohln on. Ezzard Charles, "one
the more difficult it becomesfor
up to 6 pound' October 9 10 11-Freddie (Hide Away) King him to accept "second class of fought the toughest guys I ever
; Jersey Joe Walcott
weekly and Jail Rocking Guitar citizenship. and many others who were top

Dr. October 16 17 18-The Original Drifters latest "Can anyone think," Brown names! several years ago.
Long I hit, "Under The Board Walk" wrote, "that it does my heart Originally from Cleveland
1545 S.W. Ut St. Everybody welcome to the Silver Slipper Nito Club good to sign 20 autographs in Ohio Joey now calls Miami,
a hotel lobby and then be turn- where he has lived for seven
Grand opening October 2-3-4, 1721 NW 69th Terr. years, home.
FR 3-2748 ed out of the hotel dining'room
He Is
I Liberty City ?" daughters.married and has two

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56 Florida Parks Now I I

Open to EverybodyThe Must be Protected From .

Florida State Board of Negro exclusion from t Racial Hostilities
Parks was asked to publicizeIts majority of Florida's
new policy, of nondiscrimination -
this week in' U. 'S. Dis- parks, long an' Irritant, forgot- best for the Negro parent not Intelligent: healthy and well
trict Court by attorneys of 'the to widespread attention rights to show helpless rage or to behaved as white people who
NAACP Legal Defense Fund. May of 1963 when Dr. teach blind hatred to his have had good! homes and
This request followed on Owens and W. O. Mack, ac children even though he schools," Dr. Spock advised.
I heels of a sweeping Legal companied by their ex- may feel Justified In these emotions Other problems are likely to
Defense Fund victory opening dens sought use of Klllearn "The child who learns arise when young people reach
Florida's 56 public parks and Park near Tallahassee.The Issue nothing but hatrded," he said high' school and college age,
recreational areas to Negro park employees "won't have the selfdisciplineto according to Dr. Spock. Within
admission to the Negro (on work In the cause of civil the family there may be uneasiness -
Sept. 22))
citizens. lies and Dr. Owens rights or to educate himselffor i If a youth of one color
the child
In addition, the District threatened with arrest. a good Job." wants' to Invite one of another
Court rules that Florida muS'tcease the most On the other hand white
and Mack are members of to lose color home for a meal or a
publication and distri- faculty at Florida A youngsters need to be reassured party or a vacation," he pointed -
bution of Information mater- University. by their parents, too, In out.
ials specifying jlm crow parks is impera- order to counteract the pred- Dr. Spock concluded that
and areas and to remove They were subsequently Dr. Brock judice they hear, Dr. Spock white people must soon learn
"white" and "colored" signs lowed use! of the park postpone a said He urged parents to teach how to get along agreeablywith
near the parks.Across was then closed one children their children that Ne- of (different back
-- -- --...,..,..- ...,..,.. '" ahead of schedule so as 'The groes ? are as kindly and people color In order to
thwart desegregation.This said Dr. affectionate' to\ children as avoid Increasing resentmentand
From Park parents w'hltee' are." Young white children retaliation in the decade to
current case, under that is should also know that come. "It Is much easier," he
Choice colored church or school direction of Earl M, I fam- "Negroes who have had good said, "to learn such habits In
48th Street and NW 8th Ave. the Fund's chief attorney homes and schools) are Just as. Childhood"
Florida, has three
Air conditioned Sancton '. Institutional become
!) They are Rutledge
'the have to ... ....,
typo construction president of NAACP's -w ._
In child FAMU Alumni .r 1' "
School State Conference of :).
Complete Sunday on
that, he I \
RoUcrt W.' Saunders, the <', "
two floors heated Oa four
iation's Florida field Meeting atHampton
lots. 110000. Call John 1Varren and Quillle L. Jones, a parents
for appointment citizen. from
THE KEYES CO. Attorney Johnson Is I discrlmI answer-
by Howard M Dixon of Miami Chapter of the
Biscayne Hlvd. Realtors
and Jack Greenberg, both may FAMU Alumni Association will
PR 1-3592 Ne-
Baker Motley and Leroy be have Atty. Charles F. Wilson,
Indf Clark of the Fund's New president of the General Alumni -
i "" ....... City headquarters. Association and G. W. Con-
it Is noly. executive secretary, asspecial
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- - - -- - - - -- guests wnen Dr.
I ". \V. Gore Jr., president of Flor-
THE All NEWHAMPTON, ida A and M University addresses -
HOUSES the FAMU Alumni on
Saturday at 8 p.m. In the con-
; cil Ont i the South vention of the
fUBHC House :Motel! and Villas. w
The local chapter Is hosting SAN ANTONIO, Tex Air-
the meeting for Alumni of Dade
man Jerry Frederick of
Appearing this week with the Broward and Palm Beach son
Counties and citizens Interested Mrs Vera I.. Grant of 3231 SW
In the state university. The 32nd Ave., Miami, has com-
Charlie Austin Quartet audience will he given an opportunity pleted the first phase of his
to participate In a Air Force basic military training -
Sunday question nnd
at Lackland AFB,
following the president's mes
27 Airman Frederick has been
citizens and alumni selected for technical training
"MEDINA"Sensational If'I: have become concerned about as n supply specialist\ at an Air J..
: the future of the university Training: Command (AC) school 1,: .
following: the State Board of in' Amnrlllo AI n.
Control's announcement of the
r I FAMU.possibility:; of phasing out :!? -

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PAGE 10 SATURDAY:, SEPTEMBER 26, 1964 r Church. Of Christ'

/ Written In HeavenThe

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National' Women's Council

Miss Jacqueline PlaWoman's of the Church o f Christ
Written in Heaven, will observeIts
Second Annual Women's
Day Services, Sunday, Sept. 27
Day Speaker 19bl. The church Is located at
324 N. W. 16th St.
The speaker will
noon day
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be Mother Royal, and the 3 pm
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN speaker will be Mother Gussie

Rev. W F. Savoy pastor Gamble. You and yours are invited -
G895 NW 14th Ave. to attend. Special Invi-
This Sunday, which is Chris- ''tation is extended to all mis

tian Education Sunday, will sionaries.
contain four outstanding features Evangelist K. Kendricks,

; the Sunday School staff natloal pres.

will be installed at the morning Bishop Ball To Speak At
service; the congregation EBENEZER METHODISTRev.

will approve the proposed:
program Aaron D. Hall, PastorE.
and budget for 1064. At
y 730: pm. the Sunday School Ebenezer Sunday Ingram, reporter
27 begins
? staff will present an enjoyable Sunday, Sept.
Yp i 4f Christian Education Week
hq Christian
and this will be followed program, bishop was invited to bring the throughout the Methodist
by an
inspiring after-service, with morning message to the con- Church. With emphasis on eval-
Ebenezer Methodist Church gregation. uation of Christian educationin
the local church. To see
Rev. Aaron Hall, pastor, bring Bishop Ball, the 77th elect- that growth takes
lug the service of worship. the AME Church ChriStiani
: ed bishop of
yq S. V Next place 1 ves of persons
1 Y H evening at 8:25
Tuesday : who was elected to te bishopric across their whole life span is
p.m., St. sAME Church In 1956 in Miami, now pre- the
the particular business of
Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor, willbring sides over the 7th Episcopal commission on education and
a special program of District comprising the statesof
worship.We should be the concern of every
Louisiana and Mississippi.
members of the church.
thank:: the anniversary
The women of St. Mary's committee, members and i The bishop, having servedfor The general conference challenged
Church, 1609 NWj'5th court friends for the splendid tea four years as bishop over the church to reach
will celebrate their annual held at Roosevelt Savings and Central Africa, the 17th and more persons for Christ and
Woman's Day Sept. 27 Loan last Sunday and also we 18th Episcopal Districts, the his church through the church
thank New Providence Choir 10th District Texas school Commissions on educa-
The guest speaker for the Episcopal ,
morning will be Miss Jacque- No. 2, Rev. C. J. Burney, pas- and carried out the unexpiredterm tion may re-double their efforts

lln Pla. Miss Pla, an instructor tor, and Mack Graves, choir director of Bishop S. L. Greene in to provide better teaching -
for its' Florida. He more persons.
superior is connectlonally
at Miami Northwestern programat Ya
High School and a member of Grace on Monday night. known in the church as an enrollment church Is deeply and attendance concerned In of
able administrator and
a great
various organizations including This is Church Loyalty Sea- preacher. He is the chairmanof the church school.
the AKA'sAt
son. Let us bring our friendsto the board of trustees and Sunday night, Sept. 27, we
evening worship the women share in the work and wor- chancelor of Campbell Col- will worship in an after ser-

will present a skit, "The ship of the kingdom. lege in Jackson Miss and vice vice at Grace Presbyterian
--- Church, the Rev. William Savoy -
Women of Jericho Road. chairman of the Educational
NEW MT. MORIAH BISHOP. F. BALL Board of the AME Church. pastor. Choir No. 2 and
Friday night will climax our I Bishop William FranklinBall Usher Board No. 1 will serve
drive with a party at t h e Can you walk, can you talk? Sr. P.D. L.L.D. This will be Bishop Ball's Usher Board No. 2 will have
., pre-
church hall. The public is cordially Can you see? Can you hear? siding bishop of the Eighth Initial sermon In Miami since charge of class meetings on

invited to attend our You don't know how blessed siding bishpo of the Eighth the closing of the AME Gen- Tuesday night The J a net t
party you are. Let us remember the Episcopal District of the Afri- eral Convention in Cincinnati, Evans Circle will meet at the

sick in our prayer. On our sick can Episcopal Church, will be Ohio in May. Bishop Ball will home of Mrs. Evelyn Brown,
MT. CALVARY CHURCHRev. list are Deacon Davis, Sis the guest speaker at Ebenezer leave the city on Oct. 1 to open 1727 NW 4th Ct. Thursday,
Holmes.We Methodist Church on NW 3rd his series of annual conferencesin Oct. 1, at 8 o'clock. Miss Ressie
S. Atchison pastorConstanrP Ave. and 11th St. the 8th Episcopal District. Bass chairman.
Carter reporter thank God that our pastor Sunday a.m.,
Sept 27 the Rev Aaron D. Pastor! Hall and congregation Sunday morning, we had ns
The Deaconess Board would had a safe trip. Happy to guest minister thp Rev. W. II.
like !ito thank each and every- have Rev. Toles and family visit Hall, pastorOn are looking forward to a Brown of Bethel Baptist
us Sunday night, also Rev. great (service on Sunday, morn- .
one who helped to make their Church Nassau, Bahamas. He
Invitation of Dr. Hall the ing.
I West Sunday morning. i\
28th anniversary a success. brought an inspiring: message! .

Special thanks is also extendedto He had been our pastor during "I Give You Dvnamlte Without -
the participants on their Red Tape, Use It."
the absence of Rev. Shipp.
program. Those who missed him really The evening message w a s

Next Sunday night there will missed a treat of the gospel. H. J. Benson, pastor 5129 NW 17th Ave. brought by the Rev. L. L.
be a musical program immed- New Mt. Moriah love youRev. Flossie Marshall, reporterThe Rev. P. Freeman, pastor nean, pastor of Grace Temple,
iately after service in behalf and Mrs. West. May God presiding elder, Rev. J. Elizabeth Jackson, reporter Nassau, Bahamas, an associate

of the Woman's Home Mission. bless and keep you. B. Blake held his fourth quar- Zion Hope will have its Women's .- sau.of Dr.He H.Is also W. the Brown president of Nas-of
terly conference for the Day Sunday, Sept. 27. We
The program will feature many the Interdenominational
The Junior Choir will celebrate aid Ministers -
beginning forward
Friday night are looking to a won
talented Plan to i
persons. now Alliance
Its anniversary Sept. 25- through Sunday night. A won- derful time. We are asking
attend this program for you 27. Let us remember our youth. derful time who Let us not forget the sick[
wouldn't want to miss it. was enjoyed by everyone can and will to and shut-ins.
from the Sunday School and come and help make this Wo

Let us pray for :and visit and FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST both services. Elder Blake man's Day be a successful day. PROVIDENCE

help our sick for this is partof Rev. J. E. Jenkins. pastor brought a very Inspiring ser- For we are having two very CHURCH

our responsibility. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter fine young ladies to speak for Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor
BEREA BAPTISTRev. mon.With us. The morning speaker will
Mrs. Claudia
Wilson reporter
Sunday was a wonderful day him was his lovely wife
be Mrs. Beatrice Waldron.
at church back I We were blessed with a spirIt -
J. Toles pastor our welcoming the first lady of the West Miami -
5770 NW 15th Ave (YMCA) our pastor from the National District and his little Song service will lie by Zion filled day Sunday. A visiting
The Lord Is really blessingt Convention. Starting with baptism niece. There were so many Hope's own No. 1 and 2 choirs. minister, Rev. McGrlff delivered -
us at Berea. And we appreciate and our pastor deliveredthe lovely visitors to worship with Evening service the speaker the message morning and
t all our many friends for morning sermon and gave us. Will you please come again? will be Mrs. Athalle Range. evening.The .
this us some beautiful highlights of Song service will be by Greater members welcome those
to make
helping us a great
} church. the convention of which the You are so welcome. In our New Bethel M. B. Church who attended the National
members and friends enjoyedso midst was Rev. A. Gallon from choir No. 1 of Opa-locka. Convention home. Everyone

On this Sunday our first Wo very much. Rev. Crawfordof Little Rock Missionary M. E. the church for delivery seemed to be happy and re-
man's Day will convene here Winter Haven delivered the Elder Blake confirmed 18 jun- G9G-7745. joiced.

and we are praying for a suc- evening sermon. ior stewards and stewardessesfor Our pastor has not returned
cessful day. the Junior church, and Let us continue to pray for ns :vet but is expected at any
Sunday at 3 p.m. No. 3 Usher awarded certificates to them. the sick and shut-in. Bro. Mose time.
Mrs. Chellle Estes, New Mt. Board will have Its anni- Waters, Bro. Lafayette Mons
Zion Church of Hialeah, will versary with Rev. A. M. Grif- Sept. 26 the Missionary Society and the daughter of Sis. Callle Continue in prayer for him
bring the morning message and fin of Shiloh Baptist Church will hold its last busi- Fnlson (Mrs. 'Janice Owens). and his companion that they
Mrs. Eunice M. Tanner of St. and his congregation in charge ness meeting before the conference will arrive safe. We still havea
Mary's Baptist Church, wife of with our own male chorus I in December at Lake We are looking forward to large list of sick members
Rev. W. F. Tanner will bring participating on program. Wales. Don't forget 'the booksare the safe return of our pastor, When you pray remember them
the evening open for your budget who Is enjoying a vacation after also visit them for a word of
The president, Bro. J. C. assessments. the Baptist Convention. A encouragement means a lot to
Wright and members invites most' and heartfelt wel-
are asking all our friendsto warm
come out and witness this you all at this time to their an- Woman's Day is October 25. come is extended to all visitors. one Is Ill.
greet cause. niversary.! We will be delighted Mrs. Agnes Davis, chairman. Sunday morning consecration!
hour at 5 a.m.. We will be expecting -
p Sis Veda Jolley our chair- to have you. Our get well ST. LUKE CHURCHRev. .
wishes are extended to Sis. On Thursday night, Sis. Clau- you.TEMPLE
man is asking each of you to Minnie Lee McGolden in Jack- dia R. Dixon held a Missionary P. W. Williams, pastor
come out and be in Sunday son Memorial Hospital.MACEDONIA meeting. Mrs. Emily Benson, Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter BAPTIST
School which will start 030.: the supervisor, was present. The women of St. Luke are
Let us remember the sick and BAPTISTRev. She was pleased with the reports In preparation for their annual Sunday will be PromotionDay
shut-ins. and keeping of records. Woman's Day Act. 25. Every effort In the Bible School. Cer-
Sister Gloria Cherry is vice Roscoe Jackson, reporter to raise funds are in ef- tificates of promotion and
chairman. Willie J, Beard, reporter Bro. Charlie Byars is still in fect. There will be dinner sales recognition will be awarded.
Clover Leaf Hospital. Let's Parents are asked to accompany
Services and in
on last Sunday were Saturday Sunday the
NEW. HOPE BAPTIST very high all day. The pastor give him our spiritual supportin dining area. The public and their children.
'' was in charge. We his hour of need. Bro. By- members are asked to
were very support Missionary Society will
., iRevf' 'w. 'E. Sims, pastor
happy to him back ars, we wish you a speedy re these sales.Saturday.
I see from celebrate its anniversary Sunday
A. L. Stephens, reporter
v'{1 Services will begin at the the National Convention. He covery. and at 3:30: pm. A spicy program
Sunday, Sept.
usual time and we look forward I reported having a wonderful Dear members we are still 26 and 27 the No. 1 choir is in has been prepared for
to your presence thruout time.We working towards our goal in charge of sales. the occasion. The public is In-

tr the day. This Friday night begins wish to thank everyone the beautification program.On vited.

the celebration of the No. who supported us in the Ush Oct. 9 there will be a Invited Sept. 27 at 8:30: pm. you are The women of the church

I: Choir's, anniversary. The climax er's Federation Association's gala Summer Fiesta at the Biscayne to a Candlelight service led by Chairman M. Hall and
Sunday afternoon at 3PThe Union. You missed a treat, if Terrace Hotel, 340 BIs- from the Williams theme will speak Cochairman L. M. Colebrook,
you weren't there. The "Light in a launching ambitiousproR1'
pastor cayne Boulevard. Donation are an
-YWA.and Missionary Society World. sponsored by
preached out of his soul. lm which to
$1.50. Tickets on sale at Williams Mrs. promises
Evelyn Davis
dInners In behalf
will begin serving of
make the approaching Woman'sDay
Saturday at 12 noon. Call Choir No. 1 will be observing Chicks Beauty Cafe or Salon call ,NE also 4-2216.Two our Woman's Day drive. one of the greatest in the

come: "It is much easier" he Its anniversary the second Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, gen- They start this Saturday witha
said "to learn such habits inchildhood. Sunday in October. Please keep for information. This is in behalf eral chairman. Mrs. B. Green, dinner sale at the church beginning

this date in mind. of Woman's Day. publicity chairman. at noon.

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Pepsi-Cola Breaks Ground For Huge I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,. 1964 PAGE 11 I,

Plant Behind International AirportTop t

officials of two of "The other 17 acres of our and Patio Orange. _' --'
America's leading soft drink tract are reserved for our Miami _
firms Co. and The new plant was designedby
Pepsi-Cola bottling plant's expansion
American Beverage Corpora- ," Daverman Association, architectural
tion took part In ground- and engineeringfirm
breaking ceremonies Tuesday The Miami Pepsi plant, now under the supervision of
for the new $2 million plant to located at: 1251 NW 3Gth St., Robert Boeiema, resident archi- iit
be erected by Pepsi-Cola was bought from the Pepsi- tect in Miami. It will be' built ;
Betters of Miami, Inc., an ABC Cola parent Co. by ABC on by Edward J. Gerrits, Inc., Miami
affiliate April 2, 1062.PepsiCola< general contractors The
structure will lie of pre-cast
Donald M. Kendall of New Co. had boughtthe concrete construction.
York, president and chief exec- plant In 1957 from the
utive officer of Pepsi-Cola Co., late Harold Pelton, the origi-
Julius Darsky, Akron, Ohio, nal Pepsi Cola franchise
president of American Beverage holder in Miami, whi had It
Corp. the nation's second lar- for 20 years.PepsiCola.
gest Pepsi bottler, and Herbert
Bottlers of Miami
G. Paige, Miami, ABC secretary -
and vice president and Inc. employ 250 persons. Its
general manager of Pepsi-Cola sales department Is headed by
Bottlers of Miami, Inc., 'turned George Mason of Perrine, for-
the first spadefuls of earth at mer FBI agent, who Is vice
the plant sit east of Miami International president and Sales manger
Airport. Mason Is veteran In the bcxtt-
lint? business and has been .
The 145,000 square-foot plant with ABC and Pepsi-Cola more _
scheduled to igo Into produc- than ten years RIchard Boyd,
tion in April, 1UG5, will have Miami Plant superintendent,
a capacity of 120 million bottlesa has been with Pepsi-Cola for
year. ten of the 10 years he has
"We anticipate the development .. spent In the soft drlng Indus-
of an industrial park on try. Paul Wallenfels of Hialeah, .
55 of the 72 acres of land comptroller, has been with \
which we own Just north of Pepsi-Cola for 10 years '".<
36th Street adjacent to the In addition to Pepsi-Cola, the .,
Doral Coun'try' Club on the Miami ABC plant: also bottles (
Palmetto Expressway" ABC Diet Pepsi-Cola, Mountain ..
president, Darsky disclosed Dew, Teem. Patio Grape soda r"F x1PROF. ..

mimics WILLIAMS L. _
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It's fabulous It's exciting
'rind it's going to bo wonderful.You .
will miss a great treat If I
you don't attend the 14th annual guys
Fall Tea given by Usher
Board No. 3 of Greater' Bethel

AMK Church, Sunday, Sept. 27,
3::30 p,m. to 0 i)m. In the beau- onthego
tiful church basement. :

Prof. Charles Williams/ will I
lllllllllullll b also bring something new lie's ffil 0 0 O

l.il, '? the former principal of Booker .
v4 T. Washington High School, 'k'I'

presently dean at Edward ml'

Yy/p" a 17..Aa Waters College, Jacksonville
You are Invited. Mrs. Florence

Washington, president; Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor.
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PHIL OSSOFER use other objects unlimited in
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SAYS: the same manner as fingerprints -
A strand of hair can be II
"- related to the head from whichit I BONDED
Crime Is rampant, but will it came, and a sliver of glass I 1 '
always be? After reviewingsome from a shattered window itself. I
recent scientific discoveries I ire related to the window Itself. I
I'm inclined to believe Thus, a burglar who retains a o J O ,
/that crime will be eliminated sliver of glass from a Jewelry ; RENTAL ;
before war Iteomes a matter of store window which he h a s i
.history broken, can be Identified thru i ii
As we all know, the odds that glass as the one who broke ,
against, finding two people with the window. r I
identical fingerprints are extremely Also! this process can Iden- AGENCY INC.
high one million to tify a teaspoon of poison dissolved i ,
one is the accepted figure. in 12 tank cars of wat- i
Leaving a fingerprint at the er and can analyze an object I i
of crime i h like leaving i
scene a that weighs as little as one ten-
one's photograph. billionth of a gram. If/ere, too, i
In Newsweek (issue of June the odds are a million to one i The largest collection and rental
4), 10G2 a report on experi- against error in identification! i f..
ments made by the Bell Tele- Despite these amazing dis- i in
in the South operating
phone Laboratories in New coveries, science hasn't really i agency ;
Jersey revealed that voices can scratched the surface of crime i
now be Identified like finger- fighting knowledge. Can one i } Dade and Broward Counties'
prints. "Contour maps" made imagine what future discoveries i
from voice recordings, prove will he forthcoming? HON. L. L. BROOKS
that peoples' voices can be While we are considering(
identified as accurately as are science, wouldn't it be a good PrHtd.D&
fingerprints. Thus, by record- idea to meditate on the Creatorof OEORGK f. JIAKTJf, General MfiAf
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DEATHS I Mrs. Miriam Daniels. 60, died ALBERT STEED, 1177 NW
CARDS I in Jacksonville of a heart attack 61st St., died Sept. 17 A native -
Funeral services were of South Carolina, he had
held on Sept. 5. Before going I resided here for over two years.
to Jacksonville, Mrs. Daniels He Is survived by a daughter
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. CARD OF THANKSThe lived for quite sometime in Mrs. Julia M Amos of Yalaha.
I SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1964 Miami and West Palm Beach. Fla. and two sons, Nathaniel
PAGE 12 family of the late Surviving are an aunt, three and William of Miami. Service
REV.WA.ALDERTwho uncles and other relatives. held Tuesday at the Churchof
departed this life September God by Faith.
MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM 7 and was laid to rest Sep- STEVENS
..IN tember 12, is desirous of say- MRS.DELORES BURRELL

a In sad but loving memory ofBERNARD In memory of the late Ing thanks to the many friends, MRS. LILLIAN STRACHANof 1070 NW 62nd St., died Sept
LEROY ARMSTERwho neighbors and co-workers who 615 NW 3rd Ave., died Saturday 18. Mrs. Burrell had lived In
departed this life September through various methods of ex- Sept. 19, at Hollywood Miami for eight years coming
20, 1959. pressing sympathy and understanding Memorial Hospital. Services here from Augusta, Ga She is
Sleep on and take your rest, to them in the loss of Sunday at 11 a.m. in Hallan- survived by her husband, Alvin -
we love you but God loved you their loved one helped to ease dale Church of God of Prophecy a daughter two sons, her
A best. v the burden and insure them to Rev E. Dean officiating mother, Mrs. Rosa Kitt, two
} The Armster Family go forward, ever looking to Survivors are !three sons,, brothers and other relatives.
the hills from whence comethour Charles, Harcourt and Carl of Services were held Monday at
help. Detroit; two daughters, :Mrs. the chapel. She was shippedto
IN MEMORIAMIn To M't.' Olivette Baptist Nelelo Johnson also of De- Augusta for final rites.
Church, Delray Beach; to Rev troit and Mrs. Lillian Bonivy of .
loving memory of our O W. Thomas for his comforting Hallandale. ERNEST HAYES of A bury
\. dear one, eulogy; Delray Lodge No. Park, N. J. died Sept. 19. A
275, Masonic Order; Good So- native Floridian he had resided -
maritans, Knights of Pythia, FRANCIS In New Jersey for almost
Prayer Band and The Florida MR. TOMMY ABRAMS o f f 30 years. His survivors include -
Mortician's Association, as wellas 420 N. W 9th St. Apt. No. 18 his son, Paul Hayes anda
all others whose names are died Sept. 18th at Jackson Memorial sister, Mrs. Minnie Boles of
too numerous to mention individually Hospital. Funeral ser- this city. Service Monday at 11

:" \ here, we are etern- vices were held Tuesday Sept a.m. In the chapel.
ally grateful. 22nd., 2 p.m. at Francis Fun- ROBERT
Lester C Albert and eral Home Chapel with Rev. Hir.GS, 715 NW
4th Ave. died 21. He Is
.wa'i Family Sept.
Aaron D. Hhll, pastor of Ebe-
survived bv his wife
nezer Methodist Church officiating Mary;;
two sons, Robert and Rodney,
Survivors Include his
wIfeMrs.; Emma Bryant his father, James three sis-
ters, Mesdames Maud Glass,
In loving memory of our dear Abrams; 2 sisters; Mrs. Dorothy Vera Larimore and Lily Storr
GERALD PRATT Ford and Mrs. L. Ervin' ;
mother, Mary :
who departed !this life September 3 brothers; Willie, Louis and three brothers, Cecil. Willis
and David. Services Saturday
2, 1963. Cleveland Abrams and a host
We all love you but God U- of other relatives and friends. at 5 p.m. In the chapel.
loves best.
Gerald Pratt father IWfLLIE) WALKER, 3345:
EYilth Pratt, mother ABRAHAM THOMAS JOSEPH Mrs. EMMIE HARRIS of NW 51st Terr died Sept. 23.

Claudia White, sister who departed this life September 1342-B NW 4th Ct., died Sept. He was an employee] of East-
Triandos Pratt, brother 23 1957. t 17th at Jackson Memorial Hos- ern Airlines. Surviving are his
Lovan P. Pratt, sister "May, he rest in pital. Funeral services were widow, Naomi, his mother,
peace five sisters and three brothers.
And Family Mary Louise Thomas, wife held Tuesday Sept. 22nd, 4 pma
Services will be Monday at
I Thomas t Francis Funeral Home
Abraham J. son
Chapel with Rev. Aaron D. 3-30:: p.m. at Israel Bethel Baptist -
Alfred Nolan Thomas, son
IN MEMURIAM Hall, pastor of Ebenezer :Me- Church.

thodist Church officiating..
In loving memory of our Survivors include her husband;
dear brother IN MEMORIAM Mr William Harris; 2 sons;

MR. HENRY E. GREEN ... ..... George and Arthur Harris; 3
(Known as "Jake") ----
: brothers William Edward and
: r; : ys
who departed this life September N3 Albert Roberts; 1 sister; Ro-

23, 1962.Eternal > bena Roberts and a h o s t of
rest Is granted unto 4 4? ? other relatives and friends.
him O'Lord and let perpetual ; !
light shine upon him. May he iv \' .
rest In peace. BABY BOY DIX Infant son
Mamie Smith. sister of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Dlx
Essie Williams, sister 4 .I o f 2022 N. W 3rd Ave. Apt
Della Green, sister No. 9 died Sept. 17 at Jackson
Magnolia Groover, sister Memorial Hospital. Graveside
Frances noomson, nieceTfTMEMORIAM MRS. IRENE FORBES services held Friday Sept. 25that
who departed this life Sept. 26, Paradise. io T-4
I 1958. No heart so pure; No life ;w
so true No need too .great; No
care must wait. No faith so ALBERT .
firm No left undone.God's .
In memory of the late ; duty EDWARD HAYES, 50 NW
child Goneto
MR. RANDOLPH CHANEYwho own true ; 8th St., died Sept. 17 A nativeof
departed this life September rest THE for a FAMILY while. El Reno, Oklahoma, there

13, 1963. are no knorwn surviving rela-
"Deep In our hearts we silently tives. Arrangements are incomplete -

he Is here with us no
o In Loving Memory of Our Devoted MRS. CLAUDIA JANE
more, m t p KR Husband and Father. JAMES JACKSON, 1981 NW ROBERTS, 207 NW IGth Terr,
He is not dead, lt I I 5th Ave., son of Mrs. Marie died at her home Sept. 21. Mrs
He is Just away"Mrs. 1.s.- + II
Anderson Jenkins died Sept. 19. Roberts, a pioneer Miamian
Annie Mae Chaney. In loving memory of our I Services conducted Thursday in came to Miami from Gregory
And Family husband, father brother and the chapel Several cousins also Town in the Bahamas In 1001.

son--, survive. A long time member of St.
IN MEMORIAMIn ARTHUR A. ARANHAwho Agnes Episcopal Church she
departed this life September contributed much to the
loving,: memory of our 28, 1963. INFANTS: growth of the community. She
dear mother, The Family Graveside services for daughter is survived by her husband
MRS. ANGELINE G. DAVIS of Mr. and Mrs. Willie James, two sons Martin and
who departed this life September Flowers, 2540 NW 155th Terr., James Jr.. her daughters Mes-

23, 1957. IN MEMORIAMIn held Sept. 22. dames Leila Williams, Madelyn
Sleep on dear heart, we lov- Florrie Woodard and Jennie

ed you, but God loved you I sad but loving memory of Dawn Baldwin, daughter of Thompson, Nellie Roberts,
best. May you rest In peace. our dear father, and brother, :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baldwin Roberts are all employed by
Marjorie G. Rhodes, I JOSEPH E. BETHEL 3057 NW Gist St. conductedSept the school system Another
daughter who departed this life September 22.Daughter. daughter, Mrs Edith Bragg, Is
Wesley Gllllard, son 28, 1963. ," a registered nurse at Jackson
Ferris L. Rhodes Sr., Gone but not forgotten. Sleepon Hospital. Mrs. Ethel Rathan. a
son-in-law dear brother, may you rest I of -Mrs. Rose Ma- Sister' of Nassau also survive.
In peace and perpetual light rie Chester, 310 NW 16th Terr Mrs. Roberts will He in repose
MEMORIAMIn shine upon you. conducted Sept. 24. in the chapel Friday at 2 p.m.
IN He leaves to mourn: until 11 p.m. at 7 a.m. on Sat
of urday, she will be in repose
sad but loving brotherinlaw memory Joseph Bethel, son Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. at St. Agnes Church. Requiem
our dear brother, FlorFe B. Davis, daughter e Eddie Williams, 10025 SW 172nd Mass will be said at 10 a.m.
LEASTON and uncle S., COOPER SR. George A. Bethel Bethel Arvls .1 & St., conducted Sept. 20. (continued on next page)

who departed !this life, September Alfred Bethel,W.Leonard Bethel, New York LOVELL L. RICHARDSON, Sr *T 3 TY
26, 1963. The Sun will set and grow dim.
Wilton M.: Bethel Wilson,
Gone, but not forgotten. May Carolina, brothers The stars will fade away.
until that Our love and of him,
he rest in peace host of relatives! and memory
resurrection day, when we all a The Bethel Family Will last forever and a day.
shall meet again friends. Mrs. Artie Richardson, Wttfe
Sara M. Solomon, sister Mrs. Beatrice Richardson
Robert C. Solomon Lovita Richardson andLovell
brother-in-law CARD OF THANKSThe Richardson III
and Mr. Ellis M. Robinson
Curtis, Sylvester
family of the late
Rodger, nephews MRS. ELIZA MATTIE LEE
who departed this life September CARD OF THANKSThe

CARD OF THANKSthe express 3, in their Deland sincere, Fla., wish thanks to family of the late

friends and MRS. AMIE HARRIS .,
and appreciation to
eWILLtE WALKERwho wish to sincere
RM express
12 wish neighbors for cards the, flowers thanks to the many friends and "Lnring Service for the Living"
expired September and donations and many
thank the many friends for other forms of condol"Dcesshown ? kindnesses for 'the many acts of
to cards, flowers, donations us during our bereave ihowrT' us Special during Oscar L. Range Funeral Home

and other expressions their bereavement of sympathy Harlem ment. Special City thanks Cab Association to the i our thanks hour to Rev.of sorrow.A. D. Hall and M. Athalie Range, Owner N. Patrick Range, Mgr.
Special thanks to Mrs. and Liberty City Jitney Service -I, Francis staff for the Funeral wonderful Home services and 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue

for assistance; to May God bless each of bless all of
Nancy God
Elder William Atkins and the you. rendered. May OX 1-0131 OX 1-4343
you.The Harris Family
HOUSlSrSfJaSS Howard, niece The Faml1ylIoWIIB'1j

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is survived by his wife, Chris .
his parents, Mr. and Mrs Rob; f
ert L. Clark; three children, 2 RENT FOR SALE FOR SALE
step children, three sisters i
Mesdames Albert Pharr Vivian FURNISHED ROOM, Use of OPEN HOUSE Desirable Office
kitchen COMPLETE! n d! W list FHA
L. Owens and Emma Lee 1980 NW 55th Street. and VA resales. Like new 3 Sunday 1 to 0 pm.
Devoe; two brothers, oseph N. Phone NE 30908.2BEDROOM and 4 beedroom, 2-bath CBS 1478 NW 43rd StreetA Space Available
a I captain in the Army and homes at from $100 to $200 terrific IMy at $11,600
Edward; a mother-in-law Mrs. DUPLEX APT. homes at fro m $100 to $300 $350 down $OG month Reasonable Rent
Samuel Hillery. Services Sat- Has gas oven and range, elect down and from $60 month and FORD REALTY, Broker Preferable for Doctor's Lawyers -

urday Bethel at 3 p.m. at Greater tric water, refrigerator.and electric.Free Call gas HI, up. We have keys at L 1 f e 3639 NW 15th Ave 045-4595 or Professional people
AME\ Church with the
Realty, Broker 4932 NW 7 Ave. alsoGI1I
Rev. S. A. Cousin dfficlatlnj S-1119. PL 9-4371. Open evenings and 7021 NW 6th Court rnl offices such as ingmvmi
Mr. Clark is now in Believe it not! A 2-bedroom
repose in Sundays or co or revel estate in .
the chapel. American Legion FURNISHED private cottage. ",,"1 house with a full bath room Opu-lorkn area NW 22nd Are.
services will lie held in the Hot and cold water. Showeri in each bedroom. Completeely Write fo P. O. Box 1506
chapel Friday. at 7 p.m. frigldaire, double NO CLOSING COSTS FltA painted insidemnth$10,700 CBS Miami Ilenrh. Flo. 33130
stove for cooking electric and
-I terms Enclosed front and rear or call JE 1-3528
Infant daughter of Mr. and water free. Suitable for lady: or porches, separte garage. Houseis FORD REALTY, Broker
Mrs. Wilford Hepburn of 6311 gentleman. $10 per week. Call freshly painted inside and 3639 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
NW 18th Ave., died Sept. 17. owner OX 6-2392. See cottageat out. Floof refinished, stove
Service held at Evergreen.RICHARDSON 1401 NW 58th Terr. and refrigerator. Price is $9,500 816 NW 46th Street To nil who'rc troubled. You can

FULLY FURNISHED $200 down and $77 per month Extrp large house forlarge}
rooms, plus taxes and insurance. Life fam11,V. 4-bcdrooms, 2 basFORToRhJALTY have them solved now It
kitchen privileges, 1451-1459 Realty. Broker, 4932 NW 7 $ ) a week
ROBIN O. STILLMAN, infant NW 5 Ave. CBS building. See I Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sundayand Broker wakes no difference what they

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 221-4833.manager or call 371-3184 evenings.NO 3639 NW 15Ui Ave. 635-4C95 are, they can bo solved by a
Robert '
S'illman. 500 NW 7th I
St., died Sept 18. Services held RIVERDALE RIVERDALE I IIKIII/ from Detroit Mich.
Sept. 25 in the chapel. Other REAR APT. Furnished, $18 a QUALIFYING 3bed- Beautiful like) new 3 and 4
survivors include two brothers week. 1721 NW 57 St. Free gas room, enclosed front porch, bedrooms 2 bathrooms. Small
two grandmothers two and electricity. garage freshly painted Inside down payment, Good creit1'buys Harold Moss

grandfathers, aunts, uncles.MRS. and out, $250 down and $R5 It.FOnD.
SERVICE)STATION for rent, month pays all. Keys at Life REALTY, Broker Call 696-2056
JERELENA Murvln, NW equipped, Realty' Broker, 4932 NW 7 3G39 NW 15th Ave. 635-4595
of 1021 excellent corner. Very little Ave. PL 9-4371.
NW 5th Ct. died Sept. Open evenIngs 1801 NW 03rd Street
10. Survivors are her husband cash and excellent deal to right and Sundays. 1160 NW 50th Street

Willie Murvln. a daughter Mrs. man. Ph. 667-1639. Ideal location, 2-bedrooms,

Dorothy Wallace, two sons Fla.. room, garage, Nice lot,
Harry Forttes: and Herman 2-BEDROOM APT. 6300 NW LOVELY CBS Florida room, $500 down. HOME FOR SALECBS
Murvln, a sister Mrs. Vernella 15 Ave. $65 month, OX 1-6247. carport awnings, Jalousie win- FORD REALTY, Broker
L. Reeves of Baltimore, Md. dows, tile roof. Stove, refrigerator :3039) NW 15th Ave. 635-4595 Doll HouseFANTASTIC
grandchildren and other relatlv's. HOUSE, 9000 SW 80 St. Call and air conditioner. $350 CORNER 2-bedroom, bath,
down, $68( FHA BUY
Service will be held Sat- 271-0045. Furnished. month terms 1 CDS house with garage( Flori-
urdav at St. Paul AME Church Life Realty Broker, 4932 NW da room in front. FHA terms $9.500 total price
at 230.MRS.: COTTAGE. 4032 NW 23 Ave., 7 Ave., PL 0-4371. Open evenings low down payment, total $10-
partly furnished. Child wel- and Sundays. 500 Drive by 1300 NW 41 St. Oa,1e floors, carport, stove,

L ZiT; MAHONEY of come, $18 week. then call Fenstcr Realty, Broker I refrigerator, sir; cond. Only

315 NW 8th St. died Sept. 20. FHA TERMS beautiful CBS PL 9-8779. $300 down. S65 month.
CHEAP ROOM and board tu
Survivors are her daughter
2 lots. Florida
on tile
room See
Miss Clara Mahoney two sons gentleman in clear! private roof awnings screened LARGE FAMILY 4-bcdroom
n, B. and James of Danburg, home. PL 0-8125. NO CLOSING COSTS Lovely! beauty, CIJS near school; bus, 1468 NW 37th, St.

Oa.11_._,__a sister.. ..Mrs.. Bjvssle Wlj-/ 2-ROOM CBS duplex. 2-bedrooms on shopping, $11,700, $RG month Owner direct 945.9886
Hams or The body APT. $15 week. 82.1NW each side. Tile roof freshly Includes everything plus downpayment. -
was shinned tonthe' Bessie Mc- 56 Sit, Adults only painted, stoves and refrlfirera GDIO I NW 0 court,

Clenon Funeral Home in El- 754-5748. tors. $15.700 $600 down, $89.75 Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. Fcnster
berton Ga. for final rites. unfurnished. month. FHA. Live rent' free! Realty, Broker PL 0-8779. HOME FOR SALE
$20. 7-room house
Life Realty Broker 4932 NW
MRS. ESTER 4528 NW 33rd Ave. Free I GORGEOUS HUGE CBS 2-
CHAMBERS, 7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open even- Best area buy!
1582 NW 52nd St. died Sept; 22. lights and water. Ings and Sundays. bedroom! 1 bath plus very
Survivors are her daughter large family room on big lot. 280 NW 45th Street
Mrs. Dorcas Chambers two ROOM In private home> for a This house' will be open Sunday ,
sisters nieces and nephews. nice middle age man, 691-0-125. NICE SELECTION of homes 1-6. location 1011 NW 41 $350 total down
Arrangements are Incomplete. and duplexes that can be St. Fenster Realty, Broker, PL
STORE next to active market. flnnaced through the FHA 9-8779. I $71 month
MRS. CARRIE WALSTINE Good for office, beauty salon banws or privately. And many

of Survivors 174 NW 8th St. died Sept. 22. or laundramat. Call 696-5144. -move no qualifying right In! is Life necessary: Realty-, 1274 NW 3A St. Large 2-bed- CDS, large rooms, 2 porches

Daisy are a sister Mrs. NICE 1-bedroom frame house, Broker, 4902 NW 7 Ave. Pi room, 1 Hath CBS home with
Smith of Clewlston, a partly furnished. For couple, 9-4371 Open evenings and large Florida room In rear carport, oak floors.
auntandMrs.BoViolet;Franklin 2331 NW 55 St. Call 757-8228. Sundays. Txnv FHA terms $3CO: down, .
Owner WI 5.9886
Arrangements $75 month includes evervhlng; ,
are Incomplete. 2-car garage large workshop, $10,500 total. Frnstcr Realty,
FURNISHED ROOM in good btirbecue.: $300 down and $90 Broker, PL 9-8779.
Note of ThanksDear location modern home, $12 a month. Life Realty, 432 NW
Call 691-1513. 7 Ave. PL 04371.3DEDROOM ,
Friends: Thursday, Jndf House For Sale NOW! is the Time to Sell

We are so grateful to all of 2320 NW 167th Street

luringrthettlo many kindnesses NICE ROOM in private home HOME, fenced .t-lxMlronmn 1 That Home. Use Times'
of our loving yard, oak floors 14921! Fillmore bath nwnlnga, a
brother a settle man or a nice workIng fence, no qunllfyfna.' no closingcosts '
St. Call CE 5-5885 03
EDDIE couple preferred, 47''St. with only $500 down. Classified Ad r
who EDWARDS area, call after 5 p.m. 63t-D 54. Anderson A/li/IIOr'ntf'H.' Inc.
July 24. 2-BEDROOM CBS with i Itrnkrr 00.1-3572'
Thanks garage
Rev. T. E. Wright, ROOM
private home. Phone and porch large
minister and members of on corner .. .
Greater St. Paul AME Church I 691-6390 after 4 p.m. lot. This one J Is nice and clean.
and to the Bain's 1451 N.W 43rd St. 757-8228.

Svlvla Brooklns Service tftatlon operator wanted DRIVE BY 501 N. W. 43rd St.
Vina Lester sister I NW section excellent corner Lovely corner Home. Hard-
Elvira no rent. Commission deal wood floors, Fla. room, garage,
And Lester sister \' fully equipped. Very little cash awnings prestige. Here for $300 down 2 bedroomsAll
a host of nieces, nephews required. Excellent deal being $14,00 total $100 down. PIT A
and cousins. | offered to right man. Phone Terms. Call A. Ben-Kori, Real- electric kitchen, jalousied porch, separatedining

ST. 667-1639. I tor. 714 N. W. 62nd St. Open, room, garage. INTERESTED?
AME CHURCH PPhone 751-2243.

Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr., pastor HELP WANTED $400 down 2 bedrooms, 2 baths
Mrs. Lea Cray, reporter WE HAVE LARGEST selection
There will be Corner CBS, Fla. room dining room, quiet,
an afternoon MANAGER Wanted Man of :2 and/ 3 bedroom homes in
'sip Sunday, Sept. 27 from 4 to Woman for rooming, house or Greater Miami from $100 down beautiful area. Monthly payments are only

fi at the home of Mr. and Mrs. fully furnished, CBS building. nno $M month. News Realty, $80.80. OPEN SUNDAY 3-6 P.M.
Rraynon, 1160 NW Downtown area below N. W. Inc. Broker ,PL 4-0655.:
Terr. Everyone Is invited 20th St. C 1 1 JE 1-3181
a or ,bedroom 2 baths partlv furnishedThis
to attend. This tea I is in behalf CA 1-4833. 3 BEDROOM HOMES for $100 ,
of Woman's Day. Please; come nlown. North Dade area, $09 U a fine home for LARGE FAMILY. Can

and make this a joyous occa EXPERIENCED Trailer Dri month and up. These homes are be divided' into 2 senarate apartments. Only

!sion.The ver. Must be tested by Ryder good buys, must qualify, buy $500 down. MOVE RIGHT IN. OPEN SUN
women of St. Paul are Truck Rentals.' Contact Bennie while they last. A Ben-Korl,
working toward their Woman's Mohley a t Construction Pro- Realtor. 714 NW 02 St. 0 pen, DAY 3.6 P.M.
Day. ducts Corp. OX 1-9180. I phone 751-2243.
3-bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS homeFla.
$9,000 TOTAL. $250 down for
WAITRESS. At the Snackway. furnished. Near 7th
this lovely 2-bedroom home room, completely
Painting Contractor Excellent wages. Call OX 65413ACUOOLR big Fla. porch beautiful hard Ave. Minimum Savings and low down pay*

WARNER HINES wood floors' nice kitchen, rar- menteCORNER
nort fenced, close in area. FHA
M': MANY CIVIL SERVICE positions Korl Realtor: 714 NW 62 St.. Owner bought new house. Must sell
f- available annually. See terms. A must fee. A. Ben- month
Take over 5%% mortgage, $77 for
''?::. our ad on page two in this Open, phone 7512213.
If Issue or write for Informationto everything. Move right in. bedrooms, tile

POD 174 Gratlgny Branch, 4-BEDROOM home near Shell roof, awnings fence. HURRY! HURRY!
Miami, Fla. 33168. City. $350 down. $12.000 total
714 NW 62 St. Open, phone

2-BEDROOM. CBS, 12800. TREMENDOUS Value! New 3
4 Rt 100x103 ft. Lot. Oak floors. bedroom 2 bath Fla room LIBERTY REALTORS
FH A. $400 down, call ownerat small down payment to good I
PL 10795.2BEDROOM. buyer. 847 N. W. 73rd St. Call
Licenced and Insured 235-2958 (Member Miami Board of Realtors)
n.r City and County I I

HOUSE. 1 room Presidential Garden Apartments 4500 NW 2nd Avenue 751-7594
Servic phon 634-203 efficiency with bath fenced In new 1 and 2 bedroom i
yard. Call PL 7-4667. For sale prestige apartments. 741 N. W.l,I
FREE ESTIMATE* by owner. 60th St. 633-2891 or 235-2958. I


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By CLYDE MURPIIY time with a 7-0 score. This
.. ::JIIO'O/CII was achieved when Eugene
.---------- ------ The Might North Dade Donaldson recovered a fumble
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. Carver High School Thunderbirds, undaunted by i on Lakeshore's one-yard line,
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1964 Saturday night's 13-7 loss to and dashed over for the TD.
News Belle Glade at' the Junior Col- Daniel Griffin kicked the extra -
lege Stadium, leave Friday for I point.

i '" 7 :\; ;;, < :, SSV Mr. Ferguson and members of Ft.their Pierce minds.with They victory will play on Rain greeted the half-time

h i B Social Studies class con- Lincoln Academy. .i show but the shock went on In
... ducted a symposium using a s the same manner that the
,. their theme, "Informed Citi- Foremost in their minds is cheerleaders cheered throughout
'. zens Safeguard Democracy. the satisfying defeat that they the remaining rainy evening -
Topics discussed were: Citizensof gave Goulds in their opening
the World, Nation, Community game. This win 'they contend,
,... :..< and School. A fifteen is certain to give them a sea- Belle Glade scored in the
.:.: : minute question and answer son's record of which they can third and fourth quarters to
period followed, thereby ac- be proud. pull out the victory 13-7.
., ., nualntlng the audience with The T-Birds seemed to have
head coach
According to for the
.' the Responsibilities of Citizen been unprepared cyen-
; Percy Oliver nnd his coaching ing's nasty weather.
8 '- ship. staff, North Dade has a team North Dade failed to capi-
MiRq Mary Bow, new Direc- with the desire to win the
( tor of Community Services In weight to win, a sufficiently talize on a second period scoring -
the Coconut Grove area dis- large reservoir of trained men opportunity when they
cusser the recreation al educat- to win and the experience is had the ball In Lake Shore's
ional that will be introduced coming fast' filth these itemsin territory North Dade's quar-
within the next few the assets column plus the terback, Tyrone Wells, tried
weeks. support of the student body two unsuccessful passes to
cheerleaders and band we see Lake Shore's end zone but
Timely remarks and ans- nothing else but a successful : North Dade lost the ball on
wer to a question raised by I downs.
i a.. students pertaining to second year North Dade's first defeat of; Our Salute of The Week floes
class-clelzenshlp were aired by the season started with the I to Eugene Donaldson and Hollls -
i : Mr. Bannerman, our principaland Thunderblrds leading: at half- Cherry.
; Page our Talley.assistant' principal Mr.

Students participating in the Rainbow ParkP. Beauty Around
symposium were:
Valerie Hill, Delores Sands T. A. NewsThe The ClockPlans

I- i : Carolyn Starkey, Seabright I Rainbow Park P. T. A. are in motion to bringto
Royal Reginald Galtor, and began another successful year you a unique and Informa-
Tyronne Maycox o n Monday night with their tive beauty attraction. Beauty
North Dade Thespians first meeting of this 1 school Around the Clock promises to
Even though the Mays Rams
year The P. T. A. President be a spectacular event with i
I touchdown
scored the first
Mrs. Sarah Kelly, extended preview showing of hair styles
I Carver Hornets proved that and clothing to Ue worn every
greetings and her pleasure
Honored At Conference I there's a lethal sting beneath a Interested hour around the clock.
!seeing so many parents -
Hornets 'wing At halftime initial Hostess Unit No. 7. Time, 5
present our pro-
I Friend and Foe wondered
p m to 9 pm. October 11 at
North Dade High School a t a special ceremony duringthe "What would the answer be", gram. the Sir John Knight Beat
Na'tional' Honors to the conference. More than 1300 the being: 0-0.
brought score
Our theme this is Know:
year .....
state of Florida and the Dade delegates gave the players a Carver High Hornets remembering Your School, and a brief his- .. i:
County Community during the standing ovation when t h |Ie the record, "Got tory wa? given the parents by SKIN DISEASES
summer when the Thespian award was presented.The No time to Lose" Ifusled them Mr. Herbert' L. nay, CurrIcu-
Troupe attended the 10th anniversary trip t o Indiana was selves in the third quarter for lum Assistant of Rainbow Park
of the National Dramatic sponsored by the Thespian the kill Hornets stings becameso Elementary Miss Sharon Clark, FREE CONSULTATION
Arta Conference, Indiana Parents Club, Mrs. Lizzie Harvey fast and furious that the a student of our community, A new approach to treatment
University.The. president. Various churches, Rams on 'the sideline must gave parents Interesting and and medication based on sprcnlled
Thespians presented firms and individuals cupported have felt like yelling: "Take hints on their responsibilities blood and laboratory
MEDEA at the conference. the Thespian parents with away the Pain" when the final to their children nnd testa.
Irene McCombs, who playedthe this special project. analysis of the soorpboard in- school. DR. II. IIAAO
title role Is shown pre-\ Indicated Carver 14, Mays 7. PL 7-7231
senting (the National Thespians I Medea was directed b y Outstanding plaverq of the Mrs. Rosa L. Fortson. princi- IICCCCCCCCCCCCCC
Society trophy to Charles D. lames B Randolph Mrs. Barbara game were: Windsor Nealv and pal of Rainbow Park Elementary -
Wyche, Principal. The trophywas I Aranha was assistant di- Isaac Fullard, the GO( yard pas Introduced 'the faculty to
presented' to North Dade rector. I ser in the Northwestern Game. our parents, and expressed her Non-Snrglcal Office Treatment
thanks and appreciation to the

Community Club P T A., for their continued RUPTURE PILESRectal
Dunbar School News Adult Classes support and cooperation.
Diseases Varicose Veins,
Schedules Meeting The Rainbow Park Mother's ,
Everyone has settled down Offered at BTW I Club would like to invite all Prostate No lost time -
and the school year is off to a All citizens and tax payersarr Discard Truss Upon Correction
big bang. Registration for the follow- I Invited to a meeting, of the Interested mothers to j Join Rupture low cost.
them In their effort this year.
ing academic classes will begin I Liberty City Communltv for
Orchids! t o Miss Thompson Friday, Sept. 28 through Voting Rights. The following Let us continue to work for DR. LONG'S CLINIC
and Miss Pharr! two J. F. K. October 2 from 7 to 10 pm. persons have been invited to the good of our children. 1545: : SW 1st St. FK 3-2748
Scholarship students from All classes are approved thru sneak: County rornmls' ionor Mrs. Sarah Kelly, Pres.
Miami-Dade Junior College the Community School pro- Hardv Matheson, Bill Dock, Mrs. Rosa Fortson, Prln. 3O000000OOOOQ00CAttention
who are doing a magnificent gram of the Dade County Sheriff T. A. Buchanan and
piece of work with our preschool Board of Public Instruction. City Commissioner Steve Clark.
children. Classes are offered"in: All ministers are especially
Citizen typewriting high invited to this fine event. The !! Attention!!
Parents'!! Don't forget our school English, shorthand main topic will be "Crimp In
"Get Acquainted Night" on adult elementary subjects, Our Community." Music will be
Monday, Sept. 28, 1064 at 7:30: bookkeeping:, Spanish, high furnished by the Thomas sing-
p.m. We are anxious to "e t school math, food buying and SEE THE FABULOUS NEW
acquainted with vou and acQuaint preparation general shop. ers.Refreshments are free. Sun-
you with what' your c clothing repair (sewing) and day, Oct. 4, 12:30: to (1 p.m. nt
children are doing. Please clothing: construction.A the JESCA headquarters, 1133
make this a 100 percent suc- fee of $300 is charged for NW 06th St.. Nick Ferguson is "Sunshine Homes"
cess.We the twice a week classes. president.

had visiting with the I .1
Roblnette Program on Tues-
day, Mrs. Judy Green Super- *
visor of Interns-University o f
Miami and Mr. Paul Bell, 3
Miami Linguistics Program. Now Open For Public Display

Installation of o u r patrol

boys Friday was by done one of beautifully Miami's finest on- CARRUTH ROOFING New Low Down Payment

; Officer Attralra of the Police -
Department. Captain of the Open Everyday Including Sun. 2.6 p.m.
is Earnest Ori
patrol group -
sixth grader. Mr. J. L.
som a
Klrne is sponsor. COMPANY These new homes have everything you
The members of our familyare

own especially Mr. Nelson proud L. Adams of o u for r 18 YEARS EXPERIENCEWe want, Mr. and Mrs. Home Buyer. See

having. been selected t o con-
duct an educational workshopIn them!
Alabama"sometime in Oct. are the best leak and reroofing men

C. Bain Miller, reporter in the business We replace all bad .
Lillie. C. Evans PTAThe lumber

first PTA meeting for Location of new home:
this year will he held Monday, ALL WORK GUARANTEED
St. 28 at 7:45: pm. In t h e
school's cafetorlum All par- LOWEST PRICES
ents and friends are urged to 1940 N.W. 47th StreetEXCLUSIVE
attend. Let's make this year FREE ESTIMATES
our biggest! Mrs. Hazel L.

Wilcox president: Mrs. Alese !<:. LICENSED, INSURED, BONDED BY I

Gill, principal.

r.D JOHN C. CARRUTH, Owner News Realty, Inc. ,

TheTimes'( Goes to 500 S. Biscayne River Drive
4740 NW 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
College 9 mos. $3.50 CALL ANYTIME: MU 8-2005 I.

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Unemployed Men THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. '0-

POLITICS And Women Needed j SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1964 PAGE 15

Job Training:

By NORMAN E. JONESItlMorical : >> Unemployed men and women

Bnckgound of the Negro In Politic, the Church are needed by the Florida
State Employment Service to
and Va-uteMlalOrganlzatlons THERESA FLORIST"Since
take free Job training with pay
courses In machine
- -- shop machine i
- - - - - ---
operation and commer- 1040"
'Riots Are MoreEconomical disappointment? But they are. cial cooking' and baking, said I
no worse than the officers of Harry L. Tyson, Miami Metro- NOW MILKS AWAY FROM HIGH
Than companies no worse than politan Area Manager for the PRICES
the owners and operators of FSES.
Civil RightsWith thousands of other types of Forty-four men are needed l' Specializing in artistic arrangements
corporations that accept Negro to fill vacancies In the machine for all occasions
the exception of a patronage but refuse to em- shop machine operators course
couple years when he served ploy Negroes.The and 25 men and women are LOWEST PRICES COMPARE OUR VALUE

as principal of a boarding school total, in this held needed to take commercial 5260 NW 32nd Avenue Phone 634-1087
way cooking and baking
operated by a fraternal order
Mr. Stuart spent his entire away from Negro employment, Tyson said that unemployedmen
into the billions
runs of dol-
life In and women taking these
the field of business in lars
"paralysed" In courses will be paid from $28 -
Mississippi and Tennessee. He
their power to employ those by
to $38 a week while In train-
was recognized as one of
America's foremost authorities whoso amassed. spending they are ing. Both of the Job training Jack's MEN'SWEAR,

on life insurance and made courses will start on Sept. 29,
history in the insurance Indus- The Colored race is neither The machine shop machine operators -
try in 1921 by the creation of superhuman nor marvelous I course will last 22 SEE "MR. JACK"FOR
an agency which took over all this spending away from Itself'spending '' weeks and the commercial

the debit, industrial and ordi- "across the river";;i I for cooking 16 weeks.and baking training Is STYLES FOR ALL AGES
nary on Negro policyholdersfrom this constant economic drain I 1
a white company In the will surely, and soon, place on I. Interested' men and women The Very Latest in Men' Fashion
states of Texas Mississippi and the doorsteps of this nation a should contact the Florida
Arkansas ragged relief-dependent, dis- Employment Service's -
Industrial Office at 1350 NW
ease-spreading demoralizing ITALIAN SHOES
After successfully operating humiliating unit of its 12th Ave. or call 377-2411 for
these debits for two years tion in a plight that will popula-mar further Information.To 944 NW 2nd. Ave. Miami, Florida
Stuart was abe to sell the bus- the whole picture of democracy qualify for this free Job
iness to a newly training, a person must be 10 _
organized No more than any other group "L "L 'L'
company which accomplished can the Negro survive in de- years of age; or older and un
two major contributions to the of the reactivebenefit employed. To receive a week-
cency deprived
economy of the Negro. He !in employment from ly allowance of between $28
saved the business of a former his buying and $38 a person must be over
surance helped a new company power. 10 years of age, unemployed, JET TV CLINICHOME
become a strong:. business by In spite of the progress of tho have at least two years prev-
company: and through re-in- Negro in education, in popula- ious work experience of any
turning over business and tion growth and in Income the kind, be the head of a family
training personnel with an annual -I economic growth of the race or household, or be a memtter SERVICE CALLS $1.00
collection of over $800,000. not only has not advanced but of a family or household where
has actually retrogressed. The the head of the family or house- Day or Night
This new company, the Universal !- Negro controls far less of his hold !Is unemployed.
We Service All Male ofHIFI's
Life Insurance Coo of income percentagewise than he *
Memphis, Tenn. !is now one of did in his (greatest period of
the five largest insurance economic development during To Vote or Not and STEREOSw.
companies owned and operated 'the period of 1890-1030.
by Negroes. To Vote! Also R.nt

Mr. Stuart joined the Universal In society a free such enterprise as the capitalistic United- Open Mike with Hendrlk J. TV's by the week) or month

and for many years servedas States the only permanent nerns, will discuss "To Vote or
General Manager and helped measure of progress i is mea- Not to Vote" Sunday evening
to nurse the company in sured by economic progress, in from 7 to 0 p.m. Guests are: 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone
Its Infancy to a healthy growth this nation a group whose roots Mrs. Sophie Snglander, Dado
until his death in the iDlO's. Democratic Committeewoman
are not deeply Imbedded in ;
and Mrs. Mildred Butler, vice I FR 4-2044
soil the
the "economic
are as
In adltion to his work in life chairman, Dade Republican
Insurance he served as an officer tumbleweed and not the solid Executive Committee. :,: :X1ES.c: ::,, ......... y.10--- .... --
In oak, subject to the slightest
N banks in Mississippi
breeze and unable like the oak mrmn
and was an organizer,
to withstand the strong windsof + ., ,
conservator for and officer In ., 'ry
"" .
several Negro fraternal organi- economic adversity which .;, :
blows from time to >ij ,
zations, which at the time was Inevitably ,
the biggest business Negroes time.

engaged in. In 'the enumeration and eval- c

(Quote from "An Economic uation of the ills which beset ,
Detour" Negro ghettoes resulting in < .
by M S. Stuart pub
which occurred in Harlem
lished in 1 10)): riots \
Brooklyn, and Rochestertwo _
:SOCIAL EQUALITYIt Inevitable factors are both --- .__ !
the underlying cause of such
Is getting results not In ills and it is only through these ;.;.//
the South alone. The statistics I two factors that will perma- .-- :'\
of lust one nation wide, i nent solutions be effected. Poli- @ w,,--,"
Northern-domiciled 1 a rite tics and Economics. -....>. J' U
white life Insurance company ;1t"r. .. .,.. :' cO
that refuses to employ Negroes <, .::::';;;:: ". 'Y 0
shows its total assets for 1938
to be JfM2.900,41G.98. Being a Ministers Sponsor
mutual, all that great amount

One-eleventh belongs to the of its policyholders.industrial Benefit ProgramAre GOT THE NEW-CAR FEVER?

policyholders are Negroes. It is
estimated that onetwentiethof you a civic-minded citi-

to Negro the company's policyholders.assets belong zen the future who is political concerned Image about of We've got the cure!

the Negro in the new integrated
This means that the officersof community? If not, you
this company alone hold ought to be. Support Voter A low-cost, easy-payment car loan from
away from the fields of Negro Registration and Political Action
employment $217,145,020.Mind through the Ministerial Lincoln National
Crusade for Voters. Attend the
you these are officers benefit to be heldat
big program
of a mutual company, a cooperative St. John Baptist Church on r'--4-------------- 1. Shop around for the car you want.

servants of the policy- Monday evening, Oct. 5. Hear Bring u* the make, model and price
holders. Administrators in trust good singing rendered by the : i"
honor-bound to see that all Bells of Zion and the Utility 2. We will okay your loan quickly
the benefits derived from the Voices Hear some of the lead-
premiums they collect become Ing candidates for public office. f t ', ,., and with no red tape. Our 1 loan
equitably available to all poll-
policy i i. very liberal we want
cv holders. Employment, Tickets may be purchased at
though Incidental and somewhat any of the following churchesand 4. to make loans
Indirect is yet a very Im- places:
portant benefit resulting from "r 3. Interest can be as low as 4/o on
St. John Baptist Church, Mt.
premiums collected In large
amounts. This moreover Tabor Baptist Church, First a new car, aiidl payment for a*
Is investing, these fundsIn Baptist Baptist, of New Opa-locka Providence, Corinth, "I'm J. D. Mock, bead long a* 36 month the lowest
the financing of slum-
clearance and many other unitsof Greater Bethel AME, St. Luke, teller. Just come in and payment possible. We also make

construction in which the Neal's Super Market North's auk for me, and I'll be loans on used cars up to 5 year
Travel Bureau, Toback's Phar-
employment men is neglible.of : Negro Are work-not macy, members of the Utility glad to help yam" old.LINCOLN .
these Voices and Bells of Zion.
officers contributing to
the idleness the delinquency, Donation la $1.50. If you fall
the criminality the starvation NATIONAL BANKOF
of Negro youth? 'to get a ticket, just come on
out and show your civic prideat
Are not their hands stained the, church. Rev. Thedford MIAMI

with of the young contributory Negro prostitution women?- Johnson is chairman. First fully Integrated bank In the entire SoutheaJl-

who educated for Business careers right here In the Edison Financial Center

many, find other only life Idleness Insurance and Register to Vote! 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 759-4431

ft...U.f .Awns 9i30 o.s.2 pm Mo*.,Twi,,Wed. Ctottd Twr .lrt.. ord r to

w"'ill b. opon ,rIo 9i30 o..2 pm end 5 pili.. pmj olio Sol.9 em.fIOOft.LEFSTALK .
A 'Times' Ad Can Sell Anything Se* !

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Save Money

3 large bedrooms, 2 bath, garage, Fla. room .

Miami's First Interracial 651 NW 47th Street )

I' 1921 NW 50th Street I

1835 NW 41st Street
13th YearThe
Begins Open 3 to 5 p.m. \1'

We build, buy land' or homes
Fine Arts Conservatory, of the North school. At the
For Sale 6 large lots
Florida's first Interracial music, new south branch students will
drama and art school opens meet musicians Irene HJail. Need money? See Baron, Call JE 8.1340
Its doors this Saturday, Sept. Iantha Whittaker, Dancer San-
26 for the 13th year In the ly Warshaw and Artist Ru- -
community. dolph Adams.

Founded In 1053 Its founder- Special attention Is given to t Good Selection Take Your( Pick
director, Ruth Greenfield, Is the pre-school child In a
proud to announce that 'there music dance program called
will now be two schools oper- "Reading, Writing and Rhyth- I CBS Beauty 4-bedroom, 2-bath, Florida room,
ating on Saturday. The North mics" at their level the M (large kitchen, dining room, appliances Fenced.
main building at 615 NW GOth 3 to 6 year old child learns 1$15,500 total. $500 down. FHA terms.
St. now has a south branch. correctly the fundamentals of Miss Ruth Sylvia Austin, the
Classes will be held there at music through instruments, granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. .
the First Unitarian Church for games and rhythms. All ages David Colebrook Sr., of' 2069 Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
the convenience of those who are welcome. The fees are 6th Ave. from Colo-
live In the Coconut Grove and nominal and include extra rado State College, Greely on 6800 NW 6th Court:

schools further will south register areas. Both studentsin classes appreciation in music for all theory students and August 20. While at CSC, Miss CBS 2-bedroom, jalousied porch, dining room, garage -
of Or-
music, dance and art from attending. chesis (the was national president contemporary appliances. $8,500 total, $300 down, $69

9 a.m. tomorrow. Typical activities at the Fine dance honorary.) [month.

Outstanding feature of this Arts Conservatory Center She Is a 1960 graduate of --
unique' non-profit school Is its around musician-teacher Rob- Booker Washington High. i Beautiful CBS 2-bedroom Florida room, dining
faculty of artist-teachers. On ert Thomas in his class of
She will dance
hand to greet the students will "Reading Writing and Rhyth- education begin at the teaching Northfield (room, built-in oven air cond. Fenced, $12,300
be musicians Robert Thomas, mics" which includes piano, School for Girls in East North- I total. $400 down, FHA terms.
Olga Martinez, Charles Mob- drum, clarinet and all other field, Mass., beginning In Sep- -0-
ley William Hanna, Paul Popelka musical instruments enjoyed tember, I
and Dancer Julia Molnar each Saturday. Neat 2'bedroom CBS, $10,000 total, $300 down, $58
_______.__ _uuuh_,____...______ I I
month. FHA terms.
,:,T'i) "
it" rJs ,
: ..i.'""..-4.'Xi'-( ..,.- CHRISTMAS: CAKD8 (Attractive home and income. CBS 2-bedroom, plus
,'r. efficiency appliances tile roof. $11,000
,,_ <, a The National Council of Negro one apt. ,
.i'e r Women has pledged to sell {total, $350 down. FHA.o
= Civil ..
0,000,000 Rights Christmas --
: cards by Dec. 5, 1961. It |New list on VA resales, 2, 3, 4 bedrooms. $100 to

% I was Dorothy announced I. Height this' week national by $300 down, $60 month up. We have keys

,'h ,. f president. She said the decision We Have MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
was made at a special
summit meeting with repre-
senative of affiliated coun- ,
cils at Holly Knoll, Capahoslc, 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
Virginia: during the weekend.
The Christmas card is de-

signed theme and to express it portrays the a unique unity A 'Time '' Ad Can Sell Anything. See us!

Freedom Tree laden with the
elements of the Civil Rights
Act of 19GJ.( An original draw-
Ing of the card was presentedto
Mrs. Hubert (HjL Humphrey, EDISON
wife of the Democratic Vice SpecialsOpen
Presidential candidate duringa
dinner In her honor. The
cards were designed. \ by William Sunday 3.6 p.m.
Feaman artist' of St.
Louis, Mo and will be distributed 565 NW 44th Street
bv Liberty Associationof

St. Louis Very nice CBS home, tile ,roof, Fla. porch, garage,

city sewers. $300 down, FHA. $75 month.

,. 230 NW 40th Street
Home, For Sale

CBS tile roof, dining room, sewers, completely
Move in
r r rNa Right fenced. $11,000 total. $68.95 month. $250 down.

li ( r'r 7528 NW llth Ave. FHA; y yi :

; Il .S 4 3.bedroom, 2 baths, fence, .
CBS. A real bargain. See Drive by the following .then see Edison
., .
1 and call owner, WI 5-9886 520 NW 45th Street, .,

I bedroom CBS, tile roof Fla. room, garage.' $350


CALL 335 NW 43rd Street ,1
"Cleo's back!" but it's baked apple pies and gallons of
only Mrs. Cleo Johnson, chief hot coffee for the hospital vol- } 3-bedhrooms! 2 baths, garage. $300 down, FHA, no
I COOK of Cedars of Lebanon t.f
I Hospital (center with cap) unteers. closing cost. $12,000 total.
shown with memUers of her Shown, left to right: Mrs.
kitchen staff who were com- 4401 NW 15th AvenueCBS
Hicks 1414 3rd
mended for their 24-hour ser- Betty NW Ave.;
vices during the recent hurri- Mrs. Melveen Ware, 301 NW
cane. 10th St.; Cleo; Mrsr. Dolletha corner, 3-bedroom, 2-bath, can be used as

Curry, 5121 NW 15th Ave..
dUplex FHA terms
These empolyees helped to ,
Maudell James, 1221 NW 52ndSt. rWYNNEHOME
prepare a record-breaking 428 and Mrs. Army Jackson, .
sandwiches, a stack of home- 2785 NW 42nd St.
I Largest selection of 2-bedVoom CBS duplexesAre

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Custom Built Homes
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House of Beauty are now
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Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor your new home I
Mrs. Wilhelmena FINANCINGLicensed

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Mrs. Harris v* .' Mrs. Cox See one of our models at
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Mrs. Ain. BaWoa .
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