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Title: The Miami times
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Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1965
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Volume 42, No. 51 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1,965 i! 16 PAGES




Dade NAACP Branches Plan Mammoth MeiIijsbiprive ". J JI



A complete revamping of ment In all phasesojmtn fd after that in Jack-

the NAACP's program in erty Program Housing Em- Jnville where all records

rTi -- ( Dade County is now in prog- ployment and education. We- have been broken during the

( _L1 ___ Miami ress, Donald NAACP Wheeler Presidentand Jones, are being called and on to seek to pushall full last registered.four weeks Our Political In numbers Ac-
) programs
: spokesman for the Dade implementation Mr. Jones tion Committee will be call-
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County NAACP announcedthis local said. ed on to stress "Voter Education -
1 a attorney
week. The branches are "In order to reach the ," he stated.

preparing for a Fall Mem- masses of Negroes In Dade "We are proud to have

bership Drive to begin on County, we now plan to or- Mrs. Curtis as Director"

September 19. ganize new branches In Per- Jones said. "She Is the Presi-

Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Cur- rine. South Miami, Goulds, dent of the Miami Associa-

___ tis, a retired school prindpall! Richmond Heights and in tion of Women's Clubs, Fed-

from the Dade County School other established communities erated and a member of the

system has been appointedby ," he said. "This will call New Covenant Presbyterian

the National Director of for the organizing of memo Church. She is prominent in

v ; P 4s Branches and Field Admin- bership divisions in each so many civic and fraternal or-

rF istration to direct the drive that ,there will be a greater ganizations.Mrs. .

and to aid in the massive base from which to work." Curtis stated that the

program change which Is The NAACP now has Campaign Calendar and

.. aimed at reaching massesof branches In Liberty City,Miami goals will be released later.
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ETHEL WASIIINOTON Negroes In Dade County.. Opa-Locka and Home "For the next two weeks we
JANET WOODS CUFFEEN DYES
She will be assisted by Mrs. stead. will be concentrating on or-

I CookmanThree Bessie L. Brunt, president of "Under the new program, ganizing in each comm++n-
Miami Coeds Enter Befbme
to the Opa-Locka Branch. we will place major concen- ity."

"Policies of the Nationalnow tration on a well coordinatedvoter The Campaign will end on
Greater Miami freah- and Mrs. Enormous Woods B. Richardson of 5301 NW 9th call for NAACP Involve- registration October 24.
men will enter Bethune-Cook- Woods of 1897 Rutland St., Ave. ans Ethel Me Washington program

I Cliffeen R. Dyes, of 533 NW 6th St., hallan- ....,.., ,. ,
man College in September are Opa-locka; N..a a wxe.byw px.Dxr A+%w l."' w "'n'a.e. +e+ n y+r+:h s vo. .7+MV.xraryree's
Janet Woods, daughter of Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie dale. :'
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COWTY ACCUSED OF MOT ACCEPTING ::



I 2 Youths Cwt Out U : YQUNGfliRSJRQMiUJM: DISTRICTSWilliam I


.. .i .. OFFICE IN HOMESTEADHe
"There Is reluctance on
Tongue of Man 89 : .. Wynn Jr., neighborhood a
:.. coordinator for the the part of some county de- said the county plansto

:. \. backed Economic to accept these processingoffice
.. federally partments open a new
the-
Smaw was beaten over .
Perry Smaw, an 89-year- if, Opportunity Program Inc, youngsters," Wynn charged. this week In HomesteadIn
old Negro, was found severe- head with an iron ski'llet .
"It can't be blamed en- effort to
: charged Saturday that sev- an speed up re-
which was broken in the at- .
ly beaten and his tongue cut tack Chief Deputy David Hol- eral Dade County agencies tirely on the Welfare Depart- cruitment, and to fill avail- ...
out at his farm home near ment If the other county agen- able South Dade Jobs with
loway said. His tongue was. :If. are .resisting the federal.war _.,
f f Melton, about six miles from : "
jJ' on poverty here and said des won't cooperate. youths from that area. .'
far r
Greensboro Ala., police an- pulled out as as possibleand : ;
nounced Wednesday., was cut with a sharp instrument that the Dade Welfare Department Dade Welfare Director Ray "We have found no evi-

"all the way backto has built a wall of Goode, vigorously denied dence' of opposition to the '
Two Negro suspects are his tonsils." He suffereda red tape between young Negro Monday the charges that program by Metro depart- .'
Yield assault
being on identified as charges.David fractured skull, Holloway applicants and the$1.25- county departments are slow ment heads," Goode said. y ,
They were an-hour jobs. in hiring Negro applicants.He "But think that we should

Lee McAlpine, 19, who was said.The old man was found by Other county departmentswere blamed Metro's slow en- not fill jobs just for the sake I

arrested during recent demonstrations relatives Sunday morning. He blamed for balking to rollment of youths on sev- of filling quotas: Instead,
and Roosevelt Long,
lived alone. His rifle and accept youngsters from the eral factors including an give the kids a better orientation -

21. what money he had were mis- Central Negro District overwhelming number of girl so that the programwill
had been
Smaw speaking sing. where Dade's "poorest of the applicants. Of 450 young- do them some good."

openly against civil rights Holloway said he was told Comedian Dick Gregory, poor" live. sters placed, only 86 are Goode reportedly statedIn

demonstrations. He has beenin by "several Negroes" that dedicated civil, rights advO- Some of the hundreds of boys, he said. a letter to U.S. Labor Secretary

a coma most of the time they believed Stnaw's opposi- cate, flew into Miami Thurs dropouts "just gave up"and Other problems he mentioned W. Willard Wirtz last

since the attack ,sometime) tion to civil rights activitieswas day ,to address the national never came back after run- are, the distance ap- October that the county's

last Saturday, and is not ex- the cause of the attack. convention of the Youth Con- ning into barriers of heel- plicants live from the jobs, Neighborhood Youth Corps

to live.A Smaw owned his land and ference of the Lutheran Churchin cooling, paperwork and physical compulsory examinations would have"l,500enrollees

reward of $1,000 has was highly respected in the America. More than 8,000 exams delayed three required for all county em- after one month of opera-

been offered by Gov. George community. He had spoken young people aged 16 to 24 weeks at Welfare's Neigh- ployees, and the period nec- tion." It has about 450 af-

Wallace, and state troopers against picketing downtown heard the popular comic at borhood Youth Corps office, cessary for the orientation of are

dispatched to investigate. stores on Saturday. Miami Beach Convention! Hall. Wynn said. new jobholders. (Continued on page 7)

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Culturally Different Childrenthe ,, p

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A challenge, an opportunityand in the benefits of our society.Dr. ception, no matter where you I.Q. tests, Dr. Hall em- .

a responsibility were Hall spoke to the tea- teach in Dade County," he phasized."If .
laid squarely the shouldersof we accept the findingsof
told teachers of Dade's
chers over WTHS-FM radio spraw-
Dade County's nearly research-that the limitations iLi1r
ling, widely diverse school
and WTHS-TV, Dade's edu-
9,000 teachers and principalsthis system which now is seventh of these children relateto
cational networks the
on
week-that of educatingthe largest in the nation. culture rather than to per-
culturally different child. first day of which all teachers sonal factors such as native

"It is becoming increa- were back in service for "The problems inherent in intelligence will the n

singly apparent that the per- the school year. A special the culturally different childare is realize that the responsibilityof 4\; r, A. ,
and there
hour-long discussion was formidable no
son who lacks education and the school presents a tremendous
vocational skills is going to scheduled in each individual easy road to their solution," challenge." I ..,

be on the waste heap of our school following message. the superintendent continued, Children reflect the environment Ir I
Some 700 new teachers stressing that approaches must
civilization declared Dr.
from which
they come,
of spent last week in orientation call into play community
Joe Hall, superintendent the educator pointed out. "In T.
session but joined their teamwork educators, psy-
public instruction.In disadvantaged areas, many
colleagues today as all teachers chologists, social welfare
his 1965-66 "Openingof show little preparation or mo
reported to their respective agencies, the business com-
Schools" address tivation school.All too of- --
beamed to the big system's schools to prepare for munity and others. ten, their parents have had
1965-66 term which opens He urged teachers to look AUGUSTUS L. REED AND MRS. MONTEZ REED
schools the little education and
208 public super- some see
next Monday (August 30). with boldness and candor at
intendent focused on educat- no need for educating their
Problems pertaining to education the problems and potential of
ion for the disadvantaged.This children. Many cannot-and do Wife Kills Probation Officer
children has of the culturally dif- these children examining new
group of not know how to-instill a desire
ferent are not limited to city ways to help them achieve
come to be known by many for an education in their
children, Dr. Hall stressed. better lives and citizenship.Dade .
.
children.By
labels, he pointed out-the in Scuffle Over Gun
underachiever the dropout, The culturally different child County's system has beginning of the junior
may be found wherever poverty been in the forefront in approaches -
the educationally deprived. high school, the typical cul-
unemployment di scri-
,
He, himself, prefers to call minationsubstandard hous ing, to this problem. It turally different pupil is read- Augustus Reed,29,a Dade parked at 15th Ave. and N.W.
received of nearly
them the "culturally differ- has grants ing approximately three and
broken homes and other ob- million in federal funds to Youth Hall officer, was shot 50th St. about 2:30 a.m. ('
ent." $2 one-half below grade
years Det. Mike Gonzalez said
stacles to self-fulfillment fatally early Friday morningas
for
are finance specific projects
Whatever they are termed prevalent. He be level, Dr. Hall said. An accumulative he struggled with his wife Reed,who owned the gun, was '
may a mem- different aside
the
the school chief made it clear culturally deficit also showsup shot twice in. the chest.
he agrees with the warning of ber of any low-income socioeconomic from, Youth Corps and Man- clearly in other tool sub- in an argument over a $2.50 ..
loan police reported.Mrs. Shirley Lewis, 25 Mrs.
Dr. James B. Conant, the group who comes to power funds-and expects ap- jects such as arithmetic. ,
Montez Reed, also Reed's sister, was sitting in
widely-known educator, that school with limitations im- proval of an additional three "Sincr failure and frustration -
building "social dy- posed by the surroundings in and a half million. 29, of 4750 N.W. 15th Ave., the back seat of the car. she
we are the killers of
namite" if we fail to providethe which he lives. Many of these childre n pirational are motivation, we find aa.- has been charged with killingher told police she did not know

means for these young "lie is found in your have intellectual potential far husband while both of what was happening until she

people to contribute and share schools, almost without ex- beyond the score indicated on (Continued on page 12) them were sitting in their car heard the shot. I



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Department of Health, Education "has found only twenty of HEW, singled out King's ;
and Welfare has these facilities in compliancewith Daughters Hospital in Can-
been charged by two major Title VI." ton, Mississippi as a flagrant F ta
civil rights organizations, They add that HKWhas example.This ?
with having led many south taken no action on the re- hospital "is not only
ern hospitals to conclude that' maining complaints"despite refusing to comply with Title
Title VI of the 1064 Civil the fact that many of these VI, but it has, subsequent to
Rights Act "Is only a paper facilities have been investi- our complaint, reduced the
tiger." gated and reinvestigated by number of beds in the hos- =, 3
Jack Greenberg, director- IlKW: and have refused and pital so that no Negroes and 1
counsel of the NAACP Legal are refusing to end discrimi- whites would have to share v
)Defense and Educational nation against Negroes." rooms.
Fund, Inc., and Frank Toh- The Legal Defense Fund "Ironically," Mr. Melts- w x :
Ihaus, counsel uf the NAA'J"s and the NAACP charge that ner continues, "this hospital .w
( Washington Bureau the Department's obligation continues to receive funds ': '
have filed over 100 complaints under law is clear from the Department to finance -
of racial discrimination "It I is to cut off federal future expansion of Its
in federally assisted hos- funds from such hospitalsthat facilities."
pitals and other medical facilities do not provide equal The attorney asked to
since February, 1965 treatment of Negroes." learn of HEW's intentions in .
with HKW.! Legal Defense Fund As- this case which is "only one
To date, the two organi sistant Counsel Michael of many."
Meltsner, who lodged this

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Wine Bottles Grows In Liberty CityEVERY



UTTER BIT HURTS. .

By Bill McBride, City Editor

Looming as perhaps the most despicable sight to be found anywhere in Dade

County,.the above.mountain,: of empty beer cans and wine bottles stands tall on pro-
w perty between grocery store and beer and wine tavern located in the 6200 block on

N.W. 18th Avenue.
When asked by this writer why this situation is allowed to continue in existence -

tru a high public works official acknowledged the fact that this mountain is well

known to his department. This official further stated that quite some time ago

this case was turned over, for action, to the Dade County Health Department. After
both the owners of the. grocery store and tavern claimed they did not own the pro-
perty and felt that they should not be held responsible for the mountain of cans and

and bottles thereon, the case was turned over to the Metro Zoning Department in an
effort to legally affix responsibility.The .
-- Miami Times deplores the existance of such a degrading situation, and
I strongly urges appropriate action that will result in the immediate removal of this
Labor Picnic Canaveral AcresA
Free Day at disgraceful scene from the Liberty City Community. Photo by Johnson of Miami.

Tickest for the three-day
giant free picnic, which Massachusetts; The National affair have been going fast
promises fun and frolic for the Association of Colored Wo- and it is recommended that'
entire family will be stagedover men's Clubs; The National calls be placed as soon as '6" " " " " "+"+"+r"+
weekendat Conference of Small Business;
the Labor Day
possible to the numbers listed
the Central Florida com- Bishop G. W. Baber of the above. Join the NAACP
munity of Holopaw. African Methodist Episcopal ,
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three days there will be a free thousands of workers are pre-
drawing for prizes. paring for man's first trip to j AGENCY INC.
Also on the program will bea the moon. ,
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Charles B. Fisher. Mr. Fisheris have extended an invitation to
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will be bonus of free
a gasoline.
the President; Edward W. College, has announced his DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
Brooke, Attorney General of
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 27, 1965


1 Phil Ossofer

Star-spangled savings
plan
I do not believe that the brother's eye.Unfortunately.
recent Los Angeles outburst at times it
will slow down the integration takes violence to Jar the com-
process. As deplorablean placent ones out of their lethargy -
E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher event as it has been. I be- and make them acute-
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor lieve it may even speed up ly aware of the injustices sur-
I integration because such vio- rounding them. It has been
Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association lence is awakening honest said that injustice will be removed -
;: serious white Americans to only when those who
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the agony caused by the ter- are affected by it become in-
ONE YEAR- $5.00""- SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 rible conditions under which dignant about it. I believe the

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post the Negro exists. Furthermore Los Angeles riots have had
Office at Miami Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876 the possibility of the this effect on many white
occurrence of riots in other Americans.
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 10421 large cities point up the futility -
of inequality and warns While I cannot condone the
The "CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" of its danger to the very foun- actions of those participatingin
NEGRO, PRESS believes that?America can best lead
the jworld from racial and national antagonism wh.n it accords dations, of our country. the riots (anymore than I
to every man regardless of roc., creed or color his We must put our house in condone the actions of those I.
Hating
no man, fearing no man-the
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that Frankenstein which canbe ditions which brought on the
oilmen are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. destroyed only through the riots), I realize that such actions -
purging of our country of its break-
can speed up a
internal prejudices. Then Am- ing down of these existing
LOOKING FORWARD erica will be ready for its conditions. God often uses U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
true mission the spiri- the violent ones to fulfill His
Beyond doubt, as September comes, we will all be tual liberation of the world, will, which eventually will
which cannot come until it is bring us together into the one
looking forward to cooler weather. The
enjoying summer
cleansed of these prejudices.To family of man.
holidays are over, and thousands of teachers in classrooms -
are date we are as the blind Let us pray that America

preparing for the thousands of students who will exchange leading the blind. We must awakens soon, and that the ................................
greetings with them on opening day. first cast the beam out of our hearts will be changed be-
September this year will also be a happy month for hun own eye in order to see clearly fore violence spreads through -
to cast the mote out of our
dreds, perhaps thousands who have been blessed with hav- out the land. -

ing lived to be sixty-five years or over. .0I'J"

During this month federal funds or Social I Security Go to Church Sunday oJ.5f5 .

amounting to $35,000,000 will be paid out In Dade County. (

Those qualified can look out for their mailman on September

3, and monthly on that date as long as life lasts. That answers questions about

brown env.lope-Soclal Security and Old Age Pension--certainly Junior Aim etiquette, t
will be delivered. 'an GJpics grooming end interests. r l

Uncle Sam's mailman never quits, rain or shine. -

A happy note is that this year payments are retroactiveto Q. I'm transferring to a new neck muscles under your chin
January 1, with still another happy note that should school this fall,%and I don't pull as you do both exercises.Q. .

,\ bring a pleasing smile. There's to be an increase of seven know what kind of clothes are"in" My e,cbrows are beginning -
per cent. Sounds small, does It? Well, seven per cent on there. How can I make a to crow together over my
even $50 would be $3.50, and that amount could provide a good don't look Impression"different"and be sure I nose and pet scraggly on the
good meal or two, or purchase many useful items. lower edges. I want to pluck
Seven million dollars will be spent in Dade County. A. Play it cool! Wear one of them, but I really don't know
your favorite and most flattering .
Then comes Medicare benefits-hospital and doctor'scare how.A.
outfits from last the
estimated at a cost of $57 million. This will become first day. Skirts and blouses-year When those stray wisps
effective in July 1966. This should be welcomed with an and a smiling personalityarealways give you a permanent scowl or
even broader smile for we know it will be highly appreciated. in style. Most likely, a one-brow look, it's time to
remove them! Start by brushing
your new friends will dress very
both brows and from
up away
Isn't it wonderful to live in under much the same as you! But why
a country a govern- your nose. Then pluck all hairs
meat like the United States? Of course it is. not wait until you have been over your nose between the
there a few days before you
* * inner corners of your eyes, and,
buy anything new?
c pulling the brow taut, all hairs
NO DEMONSTRATIONS, Q. rm not fat, but I hare a below your natural brow line.
H double chin. feel like it's the Grasp each one with your
Donald Wheeler Jones, president of the local branch of first thing people see when they tweezers and pull it in the direction
the National Association for the Advancement of Colored look at me. What can I do to it grows. Never pluck
People, declared that there will be no demonstration here. get rid of it? Fm desperate! the top of your brow, and don't
However the A. Exercise can help. Try over-pluck the underside; pen
organization plans concentrating on a
a cil-thin brows are out of style.
these: Do the first one lying on
membership drive and increased voter
registration.pour new
When finish dab a Kleenex
the floor, Lift your head and you
branches are to be opened in Dade County. bring it as close to your chestas tissue pad (one tissue folded
The organization is also interested in full participation you can without lifting your over three times) in witch hazel

e I by Negroes I in ,all phases ,of ,the anti-poverty program, C shoulders off the floor. Repeat and apply it where you plucked
housing, education and'employment.We 20 times. You can do the sec- For more answers to your

are in accord with the association's program, especially ond one sitting or standing, questions on dating, ettqutttt
whenever you have a moment. and beauty, write for the free
its views demonstrations. We think It's
on alwaysa Drop head back The
your as far as booklet, "Are You In
sensible thing to know when to l.ave"w.1I enough alone." LISTEN' WHEN i WANT YOU OPINION it will go without arching your Know?" Send your name and

X'CL GIVE:. /Ir0 You 7"7' back. Then jut out your chin address to: Personally yours,
C 'A #ff and open and close your mouth. Box "1.P, Kimberly-Clark
PLP APPEALS TO UN ,&6f Repeat 20 times. You'll feel Corp., Neenah, Wisconsin
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The Bahamas Progressive Liberal Party, L. P. Pindling,
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mian Party is conducting the affairs of the colony, appealedto

the United Nations Monday for a probe of the situation. From
Your Boy : diapers to diplomasYour
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Leader Pindling charged that Britain had helped a
chi i I d
r en look to for and
"powerful ethnic minority" perpetuate itself in office in education. you support

those self-governing called for a majority British islands.He rule and. asked that the U.N. OPERATE HISOWNBUSINESSl I the Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give
help
Special Committee on Colonialism visit the islands and you need.
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make recommendations.Just .

what Britain and the United Nations will have to ., ,

say about this appeal remains to be seen. SEE A CENTRALREPRESENTATIVE
* * He can get started 'I

CHARTER COMMITTEE for only TODAY

,
Friday, August 27, a special interim committee will begin M,
an investigation of the ins and outs of the working of
Dade County Metropolitan Charter. The committee will con- He will assist in
you working our a
tie
sist of the Dade County's legislative delegation, Rep. Carey t! that will|| program
Matthews, Lee Weissenbom and Senator George Hollahan. children guarantee that your dreams for your

They will discuss charter changes, Home Rule, taxes, will come true.

school board operation and other matters. IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK ) The CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern
The committee hopes to report its findings in about Policies to fit
your particular
I needs to the
six months. ITS EASYI ITS FUNIHere's up
amount of $50,000.
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I hOW.e.e. WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT
MIGRANT WORKERS
First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for EDUCATIONAL

Migrant workers from the Bahamas and other West Indian 99$. Sell them for 15{ a piece. You make 66< MORTGAGE REDEMPTION TERM

Islands will be allowed to enter the United States if I profit. With this profit plus your original 99< in* RETIREMENT HOSPITALIZATION

needed until October )15. vestment, you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat HEALTH
They will work mostly in the cane fields in the Lake
region. this process until you are selling 50 or more AND FAMILY GROUP PLAN

There was a time when between )13 and 14 thousand I papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times, Central Life

foreigners were employed in South Oade, Belleglade you will make 3.00 profit for yourself each week. Insurance Co.

,., Clewiston, Okechobee, planting and harvesting crops. Of Florida

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Without Pay in i .JtI(; : RESULTS 4J; :

Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson of Jackson, Michigan are
houseguests of the Norman Howards. 'Operation Headstart'
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright spent the summer touring

Europe. By Bill McBride Unlipbtra*..... Uftltttf Stlttl StMlOlMI NtotWt VfetfiMr ltt4.IMSC*>.*>.
were not licensed, and be-
Enid This week the Times
Mr D. Russell and Mr. Jerry DeVeaux of New cause the Economic Oppor-
York City were in Miami last week to attend the funeral of salutes a staunch group of tunity office In Miami had
their uncle, Mr. Richard DeVeaux. educators who refused to'
the Terrine projectEdwyn
deny pre-school instruction rejected

> Mr. and .Mrs. Nathan Davis and granddaughter vacationed to Negro youngsters after Lewis, executive
in North Carolina and New York City. (;U\'. Burns refused to en- director of the Florida Hu-
dorse their antipovertygrant man Relations Council, v
Mr. and Mrs. John Riley of Tallahassee vacationed in sponsor of the Perrine proj- :
Miami and Nassau. While in Miami, the Rileys were the The :30: college teachers ect that would help children
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lambert. who ran an "Operation -mostly from poor Negro
------ Headstart" program for 170 families-get new ideas about

Mrs. May Monroe and Maglyn Reid are visiting rela- underprivileged South Dade the world.
children without federal aid The student-teachers, who
tives and friends in Philadelphia.
this summer are paying the had expected to get $1.50
Get well wishes to Mrs. Mary Lou Belcher. bill the hard way out of un hour, were determinedthat
their own pockets. the project would not
After the project had already fall. They served without
Sincere sympathy to the Reed Green families.
--- started in July at Our salary and dug into their
Lady of the Kosary Schoolin pockets to buy school materials
Mrs. Ida Williams is visiting her son Rev.. Wilbert Mil- Perrine, Goy. Hums unexpectedly and food for the chil-
ler of New York City. refused to endorseIt.

------ The $36,000: antipovertygrant dren.After three weeks the mon
Mrs. Hazel Dean and daughters Patty and LaVeme are earmarked for the Per- ey ran' out, but the students
visiting Mrs. Lorraine Puyol. rine project was sent backto had received substantial
---- Washington. benefits from the six-hour
The Atlas Turners (Yvonne) chose Nassau for their
vacation. Most of the teachers were daily course. When school
I'niverfeity of Miami students closed the teachers found
who planned to spend their themselves $2,500 In the red.
The Friendly Circle Club is selling tickets for their ,
then
summer 'acatlongivlngpre- Lewis said that since
annual Boat Ride on Labor Day.
schoolers a basic education they managed to reduce the "
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Mrs. Stanley Sweeting Mrs. Alma Lynch and Tyronne they couldn't get at home. bill to $850 and that theyare
Pinder have returned from a visit to the World's Fair. The Governor' said he declined hopeful of wiping out the
because the teachers deficit before college
------ opens.

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Turner and children Rickey and _.' .,.. .".,...."" .
Kim of New Orleans are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rogers ; \ ... '

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Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hamilton, Jr. spent two weeksin f-';,+,' "." >" ;,''',, > ,:j? ,.! ,, vTeror \ '
New York as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Poitier. '
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Mrs. Lovey Mess and children Gail and Anthony of "
Lake City are visiting with Mrs. Verna Griffin and Mrs. The Hev. D. 'fh'-omp-(; Negroes to ;country store In Fine Whiskey..
Pearl Foster Cook. a white minister active In civil at Haynevllle, Ala.
--- rights work in Jackson, Thompson, who formerly FLEISCHMANN'Sis
Mrs. Stephen Rolle, sr. of Miami is vacationing in the Miss, was ambushed and lived at Terre Haute, Ind.,
Bahamas. seriously wounded Sunday has been pastor of the local the big buy!
--- night outside his apartment.He Unitarian Church for two
Dr. and Mrs. Roy Boggs (Edith) and their children are is the third white minister years. He has served as secretary
in four visiting friends and relatives. The Boggs make their to be shot down in the of the Mississippi First taste will tell you why!
home in New Orleans and while here are with Roy's mother, South In three days. Council of Human Rela
Mrs. Mattie Boggs. The 200-pound church- tions. His church Is used as
man made a futile attemptto a teaching center In,the Operation Blended Whiskey 86 Proof 65%Grain Neutral Spirits
The I'William Ruffs (Albertha) celebrated their 22nd anniversary run, for safety when his Headstart. program. The Fleischmann Corporation,New YorJ City d '
Saturday. Mrs. Hattie Ruff has returned from twoweeks assailants opened fire. Lying .-
vacation in New York where she visited Mr. end Mrs. In a pool of blood, his
Artemus Brown and sister, Delores. boy was found ripped by 12
large pellets from a type shell
Helen Brooks is the new director of nursing at Christian used by deer hunters. He Is
Hospital. She comes from Georgia Baptist College and In critical condition in Baptist -

NYU. Hospital.A WOOLWORTH'SIi
police spokesman said,
rThe Women's Auxiliary of Christian Hospital recently "We are operating underthe
gave a successful Stay At Home Tea for benefit of installing assumption that Thompsonwas
a fence around the property. shot because of his civil

rights activity."
Beautiful precast low rent housing units are going up
Jonathan M. Daniels, an
on 26th Ave at 52nd St. The 144 unit project will be ready Episcopal seminarian from

for occupancy Feb. 3. Another 265 units will be underwaysoon Keene, N.H., was killed Friday -
on 46th St. near 23rd Ave.
and the Rev. Richard .
Enola Lightbourn and Patricia Smith of Nassau are the Morrlsroe, a Roman Catholic
houseguests of Mrs. Arabella McKinney. priest of Chicago, was
critically wounded when the
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Mrs. Leonard Ivy (the former' Billye Thompson) and two two men accompanied four
daughters, Tanya and Juanna left the city for Tallahasseelast
week-end to witness the graduation of their father and
husband, Leonard receive his masters degree in elementary
education. He is an instructor at the Nathan B. Young Ele- THE SMITHS AND SANDS
mentary School of this city. TOUR EUROPEMrs.
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Micheal Lee Johnson and Rachel Lynn Johnson, chile
dren of Mr. and Mrs. Garie Johnson of Birmingham, Ala. Lambert L. Sands (Alberta 1
were houseguests of their great grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer) and Mrs. Thirlee 4 a f'Y'
Lee Garie,3836 Thomas Ave.,Coconut Grove, for 2 months. Smith Sr. (Beulah Finley and -Ii
Their grandmother, Mrs. Lucille Garie Chavis carried them daughter, Frederica Patricians .'"
home, Friday, August 20, by jet. left by Air France on July 19 \

from J. F. Kennedy Interna- ,

.. ...., ,, '""'1 L"'M"1 f / > L,7'_' tional Airport for a 28-day I ; > \' ;u
tour of
Europe
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1-, ', R'|ist.rNowlThe ":," ::rt,,;., ,, ; / a visits The to grand 11 countries tour included with tQ 'r A.' f'Z't s NAI 'fq

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The Frl ndll.it Bar in Town r u one of the younger members on in 75$cotton,25%rayon with Tex-A-Bak backing -
*. tour was out on the town whenit
blue avocado. 100 viscose
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{ :z ;;' ):J BY DAVE BOMDU 1 I I in Two Fort Negro Lauderdale law partners have "Everything so far appears," he said.favorable -

_____ planned a dual campaignfor "We've been getting calls and
seats In Congress and. letters of encouragement and
"AMEN". That (is about the best way to start a column. State Legislature next year. support, and organizationsthat
But why, "Amen"? Well. It's like this: Amen, help is on the W. George Allen and Al- we've talked to say
way. The next question that comes to mind is where is the cee L. listings said Monday they'll back us in an elec
hlep coming from and help of what kind? I can only tell you they ulll run as team unless ', tion."
you that it is coming from the EOPI, which means the Economic presently political winds Allen resigned last monthas
Opportunity Program, Inc., or in other words,'the "Anti- change before registrationtime. assistant urban renewal
poverty" program. The ladies and gentlemen who have been director of FL Lauderdale.He .
selected to visit, various areas in Dade County will make said both of them will ask o.. 111j
themselves known to you, and without a doubt, try to help Allen is the first Negroto the endorsement of the Brow-
those who are in need or those who are uninformed about graduate from the Law ard County I Democratic Executive
their legal rights as citizens. Of course, the counselors who School of the University of Committee thc rut!
make these visits are in a position to help those who need Florida in 1962. He is look- The men whose offices are j
jobs go into training programs to learn skills. For too long ing at the 10th Congressional at 325 S.E. Sixth St., have
many Negroes have had to pass up good jobs because they District and thinks it looks been law partners for 18 ____ ,- -- -
did not possess the skills to qualify, but with President very good." months. They have never
The
Johnson's war on poverty being carried out, we can all sharein Twenty eight year old sought public office before, PREVIEW FOR. MRS. PRESIDENT, men
America's prosperity. I am most happy to say that I am Hustings is eyeing one of the but have served as legal did not steal the entire show during the all-
one of those who have been chosen as an EOPI counsels state legislative seats from),, counsels for thecounty chapter male Frontiers International club during its
Our job is to organize block clubs with the assistance of Hroward. of the NAACP. apnual convention at New York's famous Waldorf
the folk we come into contact with, and you know how I love
people. I have in the past years, tried to open some doors Astoria hotel, Mrs. Griselda Neustadter,
and to help those I possibly could, in my small way, and wife of Frontier' president Marcus Neustadter -
now it is different, in that, there are a group of folk out to Martin Luther King Benefit Jr., was presented a new glass electric
help. This time I am not alone. To sum it up, I would liketo
Silex. The gift
coffeemaker Proctor was
by
thank Mr. B. Weatherby and Mr. W, Wynn, the staff directors -
for giving me the opportunity to participate in the Program Club Launches DriveThe handed the pretty New Orleans schoolmarmby

of War on Poverty. planning to attend the meeting Frontiers' general chairman and third vice
......... Martin Luther King
need commissionerof
Benefit Club is putting on a Sunday afternoon. We president Clarence A. Dockens,
membership drive beginningwith your support. May it be the records for the City of Philadelphia. This
PRETTY GIRL OF THE the
lawyer, doctor, minister or
WEEK: Gerry Arrington a meeting Sunday after- bell hop. new innovation in glass coffeemakers will not

moon, August 29 at 5 o'clockat You may send your name and be on the general market in New Orleans un-:
the home of Miss Louise E.
PRETTY BOY OF THE Lee 139 NW 45th St. We take address to M. L. K. Benefit til 1966. (Photo by Williamson of St. Louis.)
WEEK Earl Carroll
: and Club, PO Box 404, Miami, 33
this method opportunity to
D.J. OF THE WEEK: Al acquaint the public with what Fla.
Martinez-WKAT the M. L. K. Benefit Club Is. --
The club was organized in 1

POLICEMAN OF THE March 1965, was endorsed by b .
WEEK: William Jackson Atty. Donald Wheeler Jones ,

ItM., .. .. .. with a tea at the Carver PLOW APPEARING NIGHT EXCEPT
-- - ----- EVERY TUES DAYTRIO I
Some years ago when popular teacher, Everett Butler, Branch YMCA. "The purposeof
was shot and killed in our town, I started a private war on the club is to raise moneyto I .
guns. Since that time, other folk have carried this little war help those who are demon-
of mine to the legislature to tighten laws on the sale of strating in all parts of the "
guns. Yet, the law isn't tight enough because they are still country for all the people KTi.DAVE, AKINS
being sold to anyone who comes along with the price of one, while we here in Miami remainso

and people are being killed, daily, with them. I'll be a quaint.
brass monkey that if someone used one of these weaponsand The M. L. K. Benefit Club Maxie Newbold
killed one of the relatives of our sheriff, or chief of police came to the rescue of the
Father Gibson,Bishop Carroll or Donald wheeler Jonesto Mays Family in their time of GOOD MUSIC-DANCE '
( name a few), you would see guns banned so fast, you of distress by donating food,
wouldn't be able to buy a cap pistol. But why do we have to clothing, etc. The club has CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT 4
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intercede to look into the -'" -
wait until a life, no matter whose it is, is taken before we <,
get some action? Come on folk, get together and sit down at hourly wage law of the domestic '
the conference table (that same big black and white one) worker in hotels and mo- MY COUSINS PLACE: !
tels where people are workingfor .
and get these guns out of the hands of the "average man. >' !
Life is too short to be snuffed out by a loe bullet Note to less than $1.00 per hour I;
LOUNGE AND NITECLUB
the club is
and even though a
gun dealers and manufacturers: I do not mean hunting rifles,
but small arms. And you can take it from there. non-profit organization, it is REGGIE HANK
******asaass vital to get as many membersas 207 NW .36, ST and lid Av.. MOORE HANIE
Those desiring to
possible.
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Benny Latimer and Tina
Perree, two swell entertainers, will walk down the aisle in know more about the organization
January. They are such a nice couple Johnny Nash did and everyone who is old
such a great job at the James Club during his last engage- enough to register and vote in
ment that owner Jimmy Groggin had Johnny back again this Dade County should concern
weekend The shares of that new integrated insurance rhemselves with those people
company are going like wild fire. It is a good deal, and now who are concerned with the
is your chance to make some money. The company is called strugge of human rights by
United Educators Life, and I'm getting in on the ground ;
floor myself. The office is at 6024NW. 7th Ave. opposit e LOCAL POVERTYPROGRAM : J? Mr. James ClubOSTARRING 4 1*
the Lincoln National Bank .Willie Black, Rogers Park I
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Golf Pro in Tampasends a note that a 2-day tournament will STYMIED

be held September 4 & 5. All Miami golfers are invited. En- (Continued from page 1) COllIER II 11TH sour A .. AVM
try fee is $5 for amateurs and $10 for pros Phyllis
Branch is in Kansas City PLAYBOY for two weeks, then to ter almost four months' op --------1 :PRESENTS
Baltimore PLAYBOY for two weeks Hear tell that man- eration. ,__' _

about-town Harry Paul is in Jackson Memorial Hospital. Had MONEY; TO GO HACK f-r ...... ,
had and complications -
acute appendicitis, was released, then ,
so he's back there. Send him a card or go visit, if you An official said that of the m't5;.
can The Frontiers'dance at the Roney Plaza last week, $503,410 granted Dade ;,
danced under the County for the welfare-run
was a gasser. The "who's who" of Miami .t 0e
stars on the beautiful patio with the ocean breezes blow- Youth Corps, a substantial f.
amount will be sent back to
ing across this gorgeous landscapped garden. Attorney Donald
Wheeler Jones introduced the members, of the Frontiersand the US. Government because -
I escorted two ladies, Mayme and Cora Kinsey. ThoseI of the low participation -
saw in my brief stay(I had to go to work) were: 5he Edwin in the project.
Shirleys, Henry Arringtons, George Armeitres, Sammy In comparison with Metro -
Wrights, Williams Stirrups, Melvin Foxs, Breeze Browns, Samuel the Dade School Board,
Rogers; Mrs. Ella Moncur and friends, and many, many with $479,770 grant, put to
others .My Cousin's Place is featuring one of the finest work 1,300 young people,
song humorists in thr world next weekend, the 3rd, 4th and mostly Negroes. The South
5th of September. You must see and hear this fine young Florida Economic Council,
man in his performance Dave Akins and his fabulous operated by the Catholic
Trio are still swinging at My Cousin's Place .Bill Harris Church shows and impressive -
is back at the Satellite Bar On Sunday Sept. 26, the record for the four-
Miami Branch of the NAACP will present a benefit fashion month period. It serves
show at the Kni ght Beat. .That birthday party that "foots" youngsters from all denominations -
gave for Eleanor at the Blue Note Bar last Sunday was a and found jobs for
gasser. Champagne flowed like water and the water flowed 575 of them-mostly Neg- v 4 '
like champagne. Incidently, they've got a pretty new little
bar maid. She's a gasser too Nuff said Till next roes.The Council hadafederal
week, live life, every golden minute of it. PEACE! grant of only $279,000.MAS'TER .

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8 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 27. 1965

... : NaSSail PLP Leader Makes UN Anneal l I

HURRY-! of African descent and only 20 reasonably practicable "
leader the
10. Hndllng of European; stock. government
cent
per hUlil'Stablbhl'
LAST TWO NIGHTS Liberal Party l
DRIVE-IN THEATRE the Progressive He said that the UMPwon11J district of unequal si/c. <
of the IlahamasliouseofAssembly of the 33 seats In the legislature lie said that "
the massive
appeared before In the 1962 general demonstrations" had
failed
United Nations In New York l
36.6 to change the
and charged that elections on only percent position of the

FRI.& SAT. 3 SHOCKERS ALL IN Monday Britain had helped a"powerful while of his the own popular Progressive vote to government Colonial Office and in un London appeal]
BLOOD RED ethnic minority" perpetuate had brought
I1'' COLOR itself In office In that Liberal Party wononlyelghtscuts "an evasive
on 44 per cent of the meaningless answer."
self-governing colony. lie added, "We have
vote. now
popular
for appealed l
Mr l llndling called
A FASHION HOUSE rule and asked that Thus the voice thepeople to you as we have nowhere
majority "
\ Committee \\as efle cth'ely muffled. else to turn, hetoldtheeommlttec.
BECOMES A TERROR HOUSE the Colonialism I'.N. Special visit Haha- I'indling noted that the "It is impossible for
on
; and make recommendations. tremendous population shift us to participate in the affairs -
? mas l'J.'JO: from the Out Islands of our legislature
The pretty face and plea- since as
OF BLOOD!! to New Providence un opposition which
; sant voice you hear at Gla- He told the24-nation merely
mour Photo Studio is that of mittee that the United Bahamian where Nassau, the capital serves as windowdressmgu
Kellar Blair, the secretaryand Party, "the political located, had something to do the demise of demonaey in
with the situation. He charged the Bahamas."
receptionist. Kellar is a arm of the ruling minority
product of Dock Kemp Senior ," controlled the government that "the key to the political I'indling charged the go\'-
High School of Wrlghtsville, group even though 80( percent domination of the oligarchy crnment with several other
BL OD4 Ga. and the Market Training of the population \\asof In the Hahamas is abuses and irregularities.ODD .
Institute of Miami. the refusal to count the votesat ._--
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full value without
L LO, HMHMIMMHHMHHUIHUJIM discount." FELLOWS SPONSOR
He pointed out that although EXCURSION TO KEY WEST
I BL4CKL4C E MACHINE TRAINING the constitution pro-
1/ .\ides for electoral districts East Light Household of
of equal space as far as is Ruth No. 2416, Grand United

B ) MAM INSTITUTE E Order sponsoring of Odd an excursion Fellows are to
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i l l aI Non-Surgical Office j
51( OF TECHNOLOGY 6. THe bus will leaveat
YOU ENTER THE SINISTER WORLD OF i l I Treatment I 6:30 a.m. from the home of
Mrs. Nellie Graves, 1936 NW
RUPTURE PILES :
IjBH College of ftla !P Sciences = 59th St. This will be the first
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UlNA 5 'KEY PUNCH COMPUTER PROGRAMMING U cose Veins, Prostate No I be at 7:00 a.rn.. from nth St.
ADDED SHOCKU "THE BLOB" | lost time Discard Truss and 3rd Ave., then on to Key
BB MMI .t4 *WM. art ittded now fa At data proctssiag' I Upon Correction of Rupture. : West, Fare, roundtrip: $6.00.
SUNDAY THROUGH TUESDAY m field, tW fastest'erowi.g' field. Jones FR
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CLARK GABLE r TRAM HOW FOR A SECURE FUTURE == \ 1545 SW l Ut.Jt.-FR 3-27481 Mrs. Gallic V. Rollins O\
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 27, 1965 9

FOR RENT HOME Blanche Galloway presents Wigs By Mr. Bond and n
CITY AREA OWNERS FOR RENT fabulous Nlte of Stars, Friday, August 27. 9:30 p.m. at the
LIBERTY Consolidate your Bills MIAMI TIMES, Hamtpon House. Highlights of the evening will be dancing
3 Bedroom Duplex $25 Reduce your Payments LIBERTY CITY AREA entertainment hair styles and fashions, featuring the musicof
2 Bedroom House $23 Lower Interest 2 Bedroom, Unfum. $20. --+slom--'I- 14r Charles Austin and his orchestra. Mid night drawing.Who
2 Bedroom Electric $23 your will be the four winners. For a Mr. Bond Wig 1 years sub-
Bedroom, Electric $22 $1,000Pay ADS scription to the Miami Times champagne dinner for two at
1 Back $20 Monthly OPA LOCKA AREA ".wssr aw the Hampton House and a facial and whirlpool bath at Sue's
St. $17
2 Bedroom 11th $2,000 1 Bedroom, Furn. $20 Health and Reducing Center. You must ,be present to win.
turn. util. $ 13
Efficiency Pay Back $30 Monthly 2 Bedroom, Furn. $24 Admission free.EDISON.
Large Efficiency $16 $3,000 \ Bedroom, Unfurn. $15 JRINGRESULTS.
2 Bedroom, Upper $1) 2 Bedroom, Unfum. $18
Pay Back $40 Monthly
CALL7ScrSs.c Call Mickins Rental
PHONES:

1 or 947.1967 683-2775 688-2115 Agency 681.8213 .. Specials
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EXTRA LOT Ir-9-[ ; j FOR SALE FAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
large( bedroom, 2 berths,
3 Fla room, garage, electric I NEW NEW $495 DOWN I CHURCH SUNDAY OPEN SUNDAY 1106 P.M. ,

kitchen.FOR SALE 3 bedrooms 2 baths II I 30 N.ff. 42ND STREETCBS (1840 N.W. 41ST STREET

Large Lots All Sizes Duplexfurn.$250 do. FOR SALE 1ST TIME OFFEREDLive
Liberty City,Coconut Grove ,I Built in kitchens, walk-in II I FHA. Live rent free. HOME & APARTMENT
Easy Terms closets. Lots of extras. 5303 N.W. 5th Avenue rent free. 2 bedroom house plus 1 bedroom cot
t I Appointment only. Call:
No Money Down FHA value FHA terms.
Sat and Sun. 1.5 tage. This you must see.
Open p.m.
BUILD ON YOUR LOT OR N.W. 73RD STREET I HI 5.3524, evening: NE-
1311
I Com and see 3 bedrooms, ANOTHER 1ST TIME OFFERED
OURS N.\1. 69TH STREET 40942.
2 baths, extra large Fie
Cash Paid for Lots & Homes t I Iis t room, large living room, 215 N.W. 57TH STREET
Need Money? Call Baron CALL JE 1-6902 j jTown
JE 8-1340 large dining. room, kitchen, Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.This .
L----J Also
garage separate ( one won't last)
apartment for Income on
-- -.. two corner duplex lots Beautiful 2 bedroom, CBS fenced yard, \ o wall
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Many extras, space to carpeting. $11,000 FHA value. $250 co ,,n. $85

.. 1, tqt' YS., CHURCH SUNDAY Terms build arranged another- house. month pays everything.

45 N.W. 48TH STREET
CBS Beauty 3 bedroom, barrel tile roof, Hardwood ..-- Open Sunday 2-6 p.m.

floors, large closets. Patio, fenced. Many extras. Flo ,
Lovely CBS home. Dining room, room, garage
$11,500 total. $350 down. $71.50 month. fire place. Being sold for FHA valuation. $12,800.
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Only $300 down. No closing costs. Very close to
Extra Large Lot CBS beauty, 2 bedroom, diningroom SNEAK PREVIEW school. Air cooled.
utility room, carport, stove, air cond., many ex
tras. Fruit trees. $13,500 total. $450 down. OF WE HAVE MANY MORE
**** FOLLOWING ARE JUST A FEW:

Corner CBS Beauty 2 bedroom, Fla room, utilityroom KING HOMES
carport appliances, washing machine, sprinkler 339 N.W. 39TH STREET 2 bedroom, full dining
system. $13,000 total. $74.90 Month. room, screened porch.fire place, clean as a pin. $200
* down. FHA total, $10,000.
5 years new Large CBS beauty, 4 bedroom, 2 bath,
built-in oven. Front porch, utility room, central heat. 354 N.W. 43RD STREET This is exceptional. You
Only $14,500 total. $450 down. 1420 N.E. I52ND TERRACE must see this. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, $300 down. FHA
* Washington Park North Miami Beach total $11,800. $73.75 month.

7 new Gorgeous CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, dining .
years 521 N.W. 48TH STREET 2 bedrooms, front porch,
roomutility roomcarport, central heat, fruit trees,
large lot. $15,500 total. $500 down. 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS CBS, carport, FHA total $10,800. $250 down. $67.67

* From $89 Monthly. Ins. & taxes incl. month.

No Qualifying Neat as a pin, 2 bedroom, enclosed FOR THOSE WHO CAN'T QUALIFY WE HAVE
front porch dillng.room,. carport, near 36th St. and 2 e MANY OTHERS. DOWN PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $279
bus lines. Only $9,800 total. $75 month. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS THE FOLLOWING ARE JUST A FEW
* From $94 Monthly. Ins. & taxes incl.
No Qualifying Lovely Duplex, 2 bedroom apt. part- 35 N.W. 41>t St. 2 houses
Playground and Swimming Pool for Children
ly furnished and 1 bedroom opt.-completely furnished. 244 N.W. 46th St. CBS, $67 month
total. $750 down. $78 month.
$10,300
* 1866 N.W. 47th St. CBS, 3 bedrooms plus cottage

IF YOU ARE BEING DISPLACED. LET US HELP
LIKE ROYALTY IN A KING HOME
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WHERE
get a BRAND NEW CBS 3 or 4 Bedroom I X2L I
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$450 and monthly from $75. Total price ; ( Let George Major I an FHA specialist get you this j j3

from $12.500 to 14050. NO CLOSING I ? % .! bedroom, 2 bath, CBS home, with big Florida room .1
and for ONLY $250 down. $85 month.t I
streetlights carport .
COSTS. City water city sewers :f : :"i .
schools, busses, churches, shop- --- !

ping centers, all lots 75 :x 100. Only a I

few left so don't get shut-out, call now LT j t I \ ;, I II I
Aetna Realty Broker) I I :( ra
811 N. W. 54th Street Phone 757-5724 I "

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LIKE SPANKING NEW! f .--: r T77 N.W. nTH STREET

1317 N.W. 75TH TERRACE ; I. LOOK AT THESE 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, CBS tile roof', wood I

$295 DOWN $69 MONTHLY .,.11. ( .<, I A R G A I INS I III'n"I .: 221 floors certificates., many extras.Full Only price$100 only down$10,500.with

3 bedroom 1 both Only $7,950 total I n, FHA. Only $61.82 a month I
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N.W. 24TH AVENUE
4105
This home. You move in today.... 2424 N.W. 44TH STREET
bea.til.llarge may ; Live rent free. 2 bedroom home with attach. I
SEE HOW 2 bedroom COS with big front porch. 150 ft.
I ed 1 bedroom apartment, and separate opart?
********************** roof kitchen lot. Private efficiency for extra income. Hardwood
: ment in rear unit. New big II III
MONTHLYTwo floors fence, tile baths, everything
$IOG DOWN $13 .> fe.nce,2 Fla rooms, Only $11,000. Only ,
... and NO $990 down. $80 month. Full I I price only <<
and ,
bedroom, CBS, newly pointed in out. I .. $2,000 down, low monthly payments
$10,900.
is to buy : QUALIFYING.
Truly a bargain. To see
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2 bedroom, CBS, real doll house and no qualifyingnDoiEiiijrV ,- :
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THE TRANSFIGURATIONFather MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev.

St. Mary's Buys $98,000 P. S. Brown, minister
Elsiha a. Clarke Vicar Dessie Crockett, reporter
On Saturday, August 28, 8
p.m. our choir will be the The opportunities and res-
guest on the Awards Day program Church Property ponsibilities of women in a

at the Church, of the Holy nurturing community have become

,Sj.* Family, North Miami.On I superlative. Therefore,
Sunday, August 29. the St. Mary's Wesleyan Meth- combe Hanson Wallace, Gladstone the women at Mt. Tabor are EBENEZER METHODIST
ST. JAMESITES MOVE principals, faculties and staffsof odist Church has purchased a Hunter Jr., George Far- exercising this privilege by
Carol City High School and $98,000 new church with rington Seluna Farrington launching the final fund raising Men's Day will be observed -

INTO NEW CHURCH North Dade High School along classrooms and kindergarten Dorothy Major Leon Davis, activity of the year. Of August 2o. We are looking
with our 1965 graduates and end now located at 4798 Nw Leon Kelly and the Rev. Harold course, the fact still remains forward to very inspiring sera
There were many "ohs and returning students will be hon 8th Ave. First services were V. Stuart. that we cannot be a success vices morning and evening.
ahs" at St. James last Sunday ored with back to school Mass held August 15 andhe kinder- The sale was arranged "by without the male departmentof Our momma speaker' will be

members and visitors and Sermon. garten opens August 30. It is George Major, salesman and Mt. Tabor and the com- Clifford Matthews, an instructor
viewed the interior of the new is now taking appli cations. Sonny Wright, registered real munity. in the Dade County public
church for the first time when Among members of the estate broker of Universal The set aim, is 6000. Each schools.

dedication services were held board of trustees: John Dun- Real Estate. member and asked the entire to help com us Morning speaker will be
Even though the church is SALTERS CHAPEL AME -- munity reach this are goal. George Ross who was reared
much more commodious here in the church and an instructor
The Woman's Day Drive
chairs had to be utili zed at Rev. H. J. Benson pastor : in the Dade County
both services and worshippers Flossie Marshall reporterA will day In.terminate uctober.the fourth Sun- public schools.

spilled unto the rostrum with beautiful tea was held at Y + wi Attend Bible Class Friday The public is invited to

many others standing outside the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo night and Sunday Schoolat spend the day at Ebenezer.The .

Even the air conditioning sys- Rankin. It was given by Choir r 9:30. Visit the sick and men have planned a dynamic -

tem couldn't cope e ith the No.1. Everyone had a won shut-ins and remember the program with the Male
overflow crowd. Although it derful ti me. There were many }rrtn bereaved. Chorus rendering the music.

was turned all the way up visiting guests. You will miss a treat if you
the natural heat from the audience On last Tuesday night Sal- ANTIOCH BAPTIST miss, hearing either of these
necessitated the issuing ters Chapel along with the inspiring speakers.Ben .

of fans. pastor rendered service at 1899 NW 64th Street Strachan will reli/i-

In the morning the pastor Greater St. Paul Rev. Kelly Rev P.W Wiggins pastor quish his crown to the incom-
held fort with his officers and is the A week of
pastor. prayer
Willie Powell, reporter ing Mr. Ebenezer of 196566.
members out in full force. leafing up to the revival by 1 of theMen's .
Sept. 12 Oroup
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The Spirit of the Almightywas Sister Margaret Johnson and 1 s Activities --
with the others. We had th c pleasure of Day sponsorsa
truly present SHILOH BAPTIST
T' Pew Rally. Dro. Casey Gra-
Youth Choir singing lustily. having a very distinguishedguest ham is captain.
At the actual dedicationt with us Sunday, the Rev Rev. A.. M. Griffin, pastor
Friday, Sept 24 at S p.m
3 p.m. it was really a sightto Mr. Kimme ry, an Arabian, and : Mus l- Sis. C. M. Myles, Secretary
see. The venerable and affable his wife from Africa. An evan- Group No. 2 sponsors a > Sunday, August 29 the Jr.
Bishop E. C. Hatcher gelist seeking help for the.. Tea and also invtes the public Church will be in charge of
AND SOME BOARD OF
OEDICATIOH DAY PRINCIPALS and churcr. Dea. H. Lun-
and trustees children in his the servicel
had the stewards country. TRUSTEE MEMBERS ARE SHOWN IN FRONT OF NEW is chairman.On .
to form a double line down On the fifth Sunday will be dy The No. 1 Usher Board is

the' aisle as he iread the dedicatory Usher Board No. 1 anniversarylet CHURCH the third...._ .Sunday,, '-__in n_Sep." sponsoring a tea Sunday, Aug.
prayer and then followed us help them out in grand tmber the; ''''IU. 1 usncr ouaiuteiebjtesits 29 from 35. The guest speaker -
and
by "his'7 presiding elders style. There will be a Youth NT. ZION A.M.E. TEMPLE BAPTISTThe also invites the anniversary entire church will be Sister Marion English
and pastors marched toward Carnival held in the church
the altar chanting the order Basement on the third Saturdayin OPA LOCKA 35th Anniversary of and friends. Dinners will be on sale on
of dedication. September. Acmission will Saturday at the home of Sis.
Milton the No. 1 Choir was fittingly BAPTISTRev.
Rev. Fayson pastor ST. MARK
Bishop Hatcher was the be 50C. All food, drinks and Evelena Glenn observed Sunday afternoon. Thelma Myles 1150 N.W.
epitome of finese in conduct- games will be free, also a pie reporterOn The officers and members C. W. Wade pastor 67th St. Call and buy one or
s The "Sing walk. Come and bring of these dinners. PLaza.
ing the ceremony. your last Friday night our wish to thank all the participants Ollie Mae Howell reporterOur more
friends.On .
delivered a heart 80642.
ing Bishop"
who such
Third Quarterly Conference gave splendid
warming sermon preceded by the second Sunday in under presiding Elder J. A. cooperation.The utmost thanks to Evan- Visitors are always wel-

humorous ante dotes that put September will be budget day. Robers was held. All were male chorus will mo- gelist Maggie Green for being come to visit and pray for the

the audicnccin a good mood Members, don't forget your $2. read and we were so happyto tor to West Palm Beach Sun- guest speaker during our annual sick and shutins.

message. The spirit. of Woman's Day have so many members pre day morning to render serviceat Woman's Day. Theme:
Many came for Sunday is in the air. Our chairman is sent. The members were very the Ministers and Deacons' "It Pays to do the Will of
School and remeined all day getting her captains ready for happy that Bro. Willie Younga Union of the Atlantic Coast God." MT. CALVARY M.B.

until a "banquet" was the work. May the Lord bless themin very fine young man, passedthe Baptist Association which is Deep appreciation goes to
finale in honor of the day. their program. The Jumior qualifications and was in session this weekend at Zion Hope Baptist Church Rev. S. Atchison, pastor

The church as a whole appreciate Church is having a sale Sat- certified as a local minister.Our Mt. Zion Baptist Church.Rev choir for rendering sweet Constance Carter, reporter

fig: 'ffofts dis urday night. Stop by. prayers are for his suc- J. H. Johnson, pastor. songs of glory during this
played fln.cl nll)' ...J other Vacation time is almost Funeral services for the occasion.Our The Willing Workers would

wise. over. Mrs. Margaret Galson cess.On Sunday morning Elder late Harry McKenzie will be next observance is the like to take this opportunityto
made a trip to South Carolina held Saturday at 2 P.m. Mr. express their thanks and
Roberts brought to the congregation usher board's anniversary on
MT. CARMEL BAPTISTRev with her brother. Mrs. Louia a wonderful me- McKenzie survived by his September 19. appreciation for helping to
Erin is away by the bedside of Choir No. I sang. Three wife, three sisters, an adop make their anniversary a suc-
D. A. Bradley pastor her brother. May the Lord sage. ted daughter and a host of c .- cess. May the Lord bless
joined the choir. Choir No. 1 1r ;': .
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'. each .
of
Louise McGriff, reporterWe bless the sick and shutins. other relatives.The i.o '" < 'J. 4 i you.Visitors
its
celebrated 15thAnniver-
had a great revival. last week. They would like to Mission Singers of | are always wel-
Rev. Rogers preached out of thank Rev. Wright and his con- Nassau Bahamas, will be SUPPORTit )'!( come at Mt. Calvary. You areS
his soul. For two weeks he BETHLEHEM BAPTIST gregation from St. Paul A.M.E. presented Sunday, 8 p.m. in a S always welcome to join i IT
poured out the words of God musical program. The publicis with us as we sing and pray
1475-NW 68th Terrace Church, Coconut Grove; vari- Sand unite hearts with God
invited.
into the ears of men and wo- Rev. Oscar West ous choirs and all who came rr ":T <, that the Holy will
psatorM. The women met last Sun it t.ifo'UR" pray Spirit
men. Truly we can say our and helped in anyway to make A ',
hearts were set on fire with T. Hopkins reporter the anniversary a success day and organized for Wo- ) : ,t ," ': o I lift us on higher ground.
God blessed Bethlehemwith man's
Day. Following are
the Holt Ghost. We were Saturday, August 28, the ; W '
three sermons Sunday. the names of the officers .i i
blessed to have 3y joinersand The morning message was delivered chairman for Woman's Day elected: Mrs. Mary Saunders I TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
rr
candidates. and
16 Mrs. Dorothy Cross cochairman YMCA
Sunday we had a wonderful by Rev. Ross, an associate Mrs Gertrude Tho- chairman; Mrs. Anna McDonald I CHURCH SUNDAYPROFESSIONAL

Sunday School lesson. Our minister of Shiloh mas will be selling barbecueat co-chairman; Mrs. J. ___ .J
pastor delivered a great message Baptist Church the church all day. Amette, secretary; Mrs. Eva
Rev. J. W. Stephenson of Gibson, treasurer.
telling us about "The Sunday all day the mis-
Born Traveler." Antioch Baptist Church. of sionaries will be in charge of
At 3 p.m. the No.1 Usher Browbsville deli vered the 3 the service. They have a fine ZION HOPE BAPTIST .
Board had its anniversarywith o'clock sermon for the 7th an- program planned morning and
niversary of Usher Board No. Rev. Paul Freeman, pastor
the Rev. Sims of New night. Everyone is invited L.
Hope Baptist Church and con- 1 while his choir and Ushers and asked to come out to Sunday Eli zabeth Jackson reporterS

gation turn out with them. served. Bethlehem thank An- School at 9:30 a.m. and "'vice was won ri,.,r", *U : PRINTtNlj

Sunday afternoon the BTU och reach for the helping total of $201.63.the Ushers League at 530 p.m. Sundays, day long. Rev. Taylor preached .

will have a young people pro- a wonderful sermon Sunday
gram. Come and hear them. The evening message was morning and Rev. Woodard !
presented by the pastor. NEW MACEDONIA BAPTIST
The evening message was delivered preached out of his soul Sun- $
bya visiting minisvrr This weekend our pastor 3165 NW 56th Street day night.
the Rev. James Gallon of will be attending the Ministersand
Rev. R. Jackson
pastor
There will be a Ma and Pa
New Hope Baptist Churchwas Deacons' Union in Hallan-
The chairmanvco-chairmar:,
Hay Ride Saturday at 9 p.m.
the minister. dale.Let and all the men of New Ma- Donation $1.00. Sponsored by t
wel- us attend our regular
Visitors always
are
cedonia wish to take this the No. 2 Usher Board.
Remember the sick and auxiliary meetings.
come.
opportunity to thank each There will be a Lanor Day s
those who bereaved. Visitors wel-
are are always
and evertone who helped to sale at the church on Monday
come to "The going churchfor ,,'
make this our second Men's' after the first Sunday in Sept. "
McGHANEY SAYSBe the coming Christ." Day a great success both financially The pastor is asking all PRESSWORK. I
and spiritually. members to please attend
still and know thatl am MSS. CATHOUC SCHOOLS Special thanks to ihl t men their weekly neetings. The A
God: I.will be exalted among PRACTICAL
who participated on the pro- pastor is extending warm
1T1F.REO TO INTEGRATE
the heathens. I will be exaltedin
welcome to all wonderful
gram and to Rev. W. M. Da- our
the earth. Psalm 46:10. Whyis Bishop Richard O. Oerow of vis, Rev. Williamson Tampa visitors.
K that we don't try to look the Roamn Catholic Church in and Rev. W. E. Sims who There will be baptsim Sun- PRICES

or think of the good in others. Mississippi has ordered immediate were the speakers. May God day at 7:30 a.m.REVIVAL
Mr. J. L hall of 1317 NW 2nd desegregation of all .
ever bless each an: (everyone
Ave.. apt. 4, talked with me grades in parochial schools of you. Total raised was NO JOB TOO LARGE OR SMALL
the other day and he asked me I
across the atate. $2.080.43. ALL
why we try to see the many The Bishop said the order MEETAt DEADLINES MET ON TIME

good things that someone does was issued i to "bring our practice DAY SPRING BAPTISTThe
He said that we don't seem tc into full conformity with Brown's Chapel
the good, but we alwayscan Junior Choir is -
praise sponsoring
Letterpress Offset
the teachings of Christ. N.W. 18th Ave. & 7Hh( St. -
see and hate someone that "The doors of our parochial a back to school passion -

has been so nice to us for one schools are open to all\ qualified show. Your Truly will be
little mistake. So let's try to Catholic students in all the speaker for the occasion.The From Aug 23 to Sept 3

forget the wrong and rememberthe grades. theme will be, "Promisesof i ll) .&1 t
good. And give a sweet The chancery office said God's Protection." All Are Invited : tLc

smile and a hearty hello to although the order affects all The Rev. James Gallon wi
everyone we meet and show schools immediately there will be in charge of the service Rev Jones E. BrownConducting

that God is rallied in us. So may delays of one year in Sept. 9. The public is 6740 NW 15 Ave. OX 1-0421

until later date, if God's will, some areas due to the present invited to hear this great man
( thanks for eading nd God enrollment. of God. -



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 27, 1965 I)
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Uihrrsfty Expects. SOUTH DADE NEWSBy Canal Dredging Ruining

/ b Mrs. Susie WilliamsMt. COfYel'Ranches


10,000' --, Stid.atsD.C.--......--to--. .El roll!,, ':: Moriah Baptist Church II Ova Locka HomesJL
-
annual Youth Day Programwas JL
according to Stephen
WASHINGTON S. lowing description:
a success. The theme of the Magnolia
Davis
students the dean of the Schoolof News
10,000 "Black cracks
me was "Youth Climbing to Suc Garden area of Opa-locka ugly run
igcst number in the institu- Engineering and Architec- cess." The like jagged scars down the
following people much disturbed as their
ture. The 1 are
,n's history, are expected to and School of Engineering participated in the program: -By WaltorBow.Mr. homes slowly sink into the walls. Cracks that were re-
roll at Howard University Architecture has also Bro. Cobb was the chair- blame the sealed with plaster have split
They
ground.
as the Uni- added a required course in and Mrs. Claude Murray
September man; co-chairman again.
s was James of sand from a open
rsity embarks upon its computers for all students. Lillie; Delores Beard was the of 18th St. and 44th Ave., W. scooping lake "Water meters that were
giant cranesas
by
th year of instruction. The The College of Fine Arts speaker of the morning; Miss Hollywood are the proud pa- nearby the root of the trouble. once buried beneath the
iticipated enrollment repents has expanded its offerings in Doris Mitchell gave the introduction rents of a baby girl, born last Jack Blakeley, presidentof ground now jut awkwardly

an increase of nearly television production. This of the speaker. Leroy weekend. the Opa-locka Civic Club, two feet above the grass.
Dover last year's student year the College has added Bradshaw was the speaker forth of 100homeowners, Lawns: bend and heave like
dy three courses, bringing the c evening service. Miss Lillie Samuel Sagger of Eustice said a group, "They've been digging rolling hills. Concrete walksare
for the School total to five. The in West Hollywood last
Registration new coursesare Bradshaw gave the intro- was here for 15 and the buckled and brokea"The
Law and College of Med- Introduction to'Broadcast tion of the speaker. week visiting his two daughters fed years

ne is scheduled for Septemr Communication, Tele- -- Mrs. Z. Harris of green people"The are up. is settling dredging was stoppedfor
ground
7 Students who plan to vision Directing, and Tele- Mt. Sinai Baptist Church St.a nd Mrs. E. Thomas of because of the digging," some time, but last.week
the University'sht vision Performance. held 2206 Sims. He enjoyed his Councilwas
roll in its 15th Annual Men's Blakeley sold."The city paid the Opa-locka City
; other schools and col- Day. The theme for the day short stay. $1,200 last for an engineering asked to renew the per-
year
Jes will register on Septemr Clinical training and field was, "Men Won't Bow." The that mit of Walter E. Heller &
14 and 15. Formal Openg work in the inner city will be guest superintendent of the Archie Brown rolled a 714 report con- Co., to allow the firm to dig
at Clover Leaf Lanes Sunday cluded the settling was a na-
during which emphasized by the Schoolof School for another and to remove -
exercises, Sunday was Bro. Willie year
but that didn'tconvince
/ in the Royal tural ,
Aug. 15
night, process
this
Religion according
jward President James M. year, Allen. an additional 100,000
here."They
First 213; the people
abrit. Jr. will speak to the to Dean Samuel L. Can The morning speaker was Palm League. game and third know the lake is cubic yards of sand from the
for Scorn dy. In addition, the Schoolis Rev. second game 268 bottom of the lake.
udent body, are set I. H. Readon. The subject Archie.
Good bowling. it and can't tell
233. causing
her 20.A.mong. presenting a special course he chose to speak about game. them otherwise.you' Led by Blakeley,Magnolia -
the curriculum in World Religions, to be was, "Show Me God." The homesin Gardens protested. With
Some of the CBS
tinges at Howard for the taught by Dr. James I). Roberts speaker for the evening ser- The Craver Ranches Fire Magnolia Gardens show only Mayor Dan Mongello

>ming year is the introduc- who recently returned vice was Rev. McGriff. His Department holds its regular strains of the buckling earth, dissenting, Councilmen den-
m of a core program for from a year's study in the subject was, "Men QualifiedFor meeting every Monday Night at and Blakeley gave the fol ied the permit.
shmen and sophomore en- Far EastA Service." Each messagewas the Fire Station on 44th Ave. -'-
necring students. Under new Liberal Arts classroom full of inspiration. Our

e program allfirst-andsec- building will be opened guest singers were Mt. Moriah The Beauticians of Fort r------------,
id-year students will takee in September. Another Male Chorus of Liberty City, Lauderdale and West, Holly-
same courses. They willed building, a women's residence who sang out of its soul. Pe trine wood will give a Red and t THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONE FREE II |
their major subject- hall, is under construction Male Chorus also sang. White Ball Monday night Aug.

Nil, electrical, or mechanal and is expected to be m Mr. Kemp was the Most 30 at 9 p.m. at the Big Bamboo t TROPICAL SCALP CONDITIONER $1.50 I It
engineering-at the be- completed in the summer of honorable captain who raisedthe Club in Hallandale. Music will

nnlng of their third year, 1966. most money. The total be furnished by Eddie and his FAVORt t
- -.. _____. .u._. raised for the day was $772.07 Interns. t VALUE WITH PURCHASE OF YOUR

HOMESTEAD OFFICE' OPENS Mrs. Gladys Milton Returnedfrom The Freeway Scratch t ITE HAIR SPRAY AT YOUR BEAUTY PAR- t

I her vacation in RockyMt. League ended August 26 t LOR... I II
., N.C.Mrs.. August 19 standing: The Cobras
FOR YOUTH CORPSThe in first place; Three t Recommended for wig wearers t
Mae Smith returned Dukes in second; 007's team Distributed I J. and

mood Dade Youth County Corps Neigh-office ses develop to complete vocational high skills.schoolor in Eastman from visiting, Qa. her brother was lows.fourth. Nice bowling fel- L ::: : : :..J

The Neighborhood Youth
--- .
ened Wednesday morning at
-
Hotne- Corps is sponsored locally by Mrs. Mary Davis is visitingher
First Street.
N.W.
the Dade County Welfare Department ,
family in Mississippi. Her ', > <
cad, to recruit South Dade ; ;-'f/;: ,
and has already "
daughter will join her in a
>uths for jobs paying $1.25 K
youths as aides 40th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
:r hour. The NYC Office placed 400 family reunion. \ : ,
and assistants in many county
111 be in operation Wednesys -
and departments. It is hoped the Mrs. Hanna Clark is visit-
Saturdays 8 a.m.
4 p.m. and is headed by South Dade Office will recruit ing her daughter, Irs, In New- REMEMBER! 3 ROOM '

Ir. Willie Cherry. young men and women ark, N. J. SHOPPING AT CAPITOL FURNITURE t
for the South Dade openings.
Young adults between the Interested young people, The family of the deceased MEANS QUALITY, SATISFACTION, GROUPt
ges of 16 and 21 coming
from low income families ando 16-21, should bring their social Florence Chapel wish to ex- EASY TERMS AND GREAT SAVINGS.
of
security card, proof
its appreciation to its
are permanent Dade Couny press
and family income which cards and LIVING ROOM: Attractive
residents are, eligible for age friends for the many -w -
he project under the Econo- may not exceed $3,240 for floral pieces. And special ,,. % 1 sofa bed with matching
nic Opportunity Act of 1964. four persons plus $600 for thanks to the Bain Funeral 5 1 lounge chair. Choice of
each additional family mem- Home and to Rev. E. J. Hin- S fabrics and
Applications will be accepted r- _j many decorator
for various aide .positions ber.Mr. son, Rev. Curry and the mem- tables coffee
Cherry may be reach- bers and all other ministersand L : t colon. 2 step ,
at Kendall Hospital' ed for information between 7 also Mt. Moriah Members. table and 2 decorator
and Children's Home Homestead and 9 p.m. weekdays at CI lamps.
Bay front Park and other
county installations. Preference 77782. r r BEDROOM: Double dresser

is being given to f7 mirror, chest, bookcase
oung people who are from -
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homes receiving welfare pay- =
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After enrolled, the young zrs spring.
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 27, 1965

RANGE RICHARDSONMrs. ALBERT. .

Augustus 1... Reed, of 4750 Mary Jordan of 3121
N'.VV. 15th. Court was deadon N.W. 55th Street, died on Andrew Collins 1234 N.W.

I. CARDSMEMORIALS DEATHS arrival at Jackson Memorial August 21, at Jackson Me- 62nd Lane, died in Kendall
Hospital August 20, morall Hospital. She is survived Hospital August 22. His survivors
IJHiS.( He is survived by his by her husband Eddie are a daughter, Mrs

I.I wife, Montez; his mother, Jordan. Two sisters, Ora Ruth Phillips of Birminghams,

Mrs. Mattie Reed, 4 young Howard and Mae Willie Ala.; 3 sisters, Mesdames

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSIn children, 1 grand mother Griffin of ,New York City. Came Phillips, Lollie Chan-
dler and Minnie Turner and
I and other relatives and Three brothers, Tom Taylorof ;
loving memory of our other relatives including
loving memory of our dear and beloved sad but loving memoryof friends. Services: were held Atlanta, Georgia; WillieEd many Mrs. Lillie Mae McCall,
father our dear mother Wednesday, 2:00 p.m. at St and William Taylor of
niece. Services will be
_.._ conducted -
-- -- -- -- James A.M. K. Church. -
Miami, several nieces, nephews
MRS. ANNIE SENIORSwho in. the chapel at 11
and a host of other relatives -
with
a.m. Saturday Rev. Bragg
departed this life August
and friends. Funeral ,
tw 30, 1956. Kirksey St. George, of 832 services will be held in the L. Turner officiating Mr.
Gone, but not forgotten. We :-.:.W. 76th St., passed away Chapel of the Richardson Collins will repose in the

love you, but God loves you August 21st. He is survivedby Funeral Home on Saturday chapel beginning at 1 p.m.

best. his mother, Mrs. Maxine August 28, 1965. The time Friday

Mitchell; father, HenrySt will be announced.
Mrs. Agnes Davis, daughter : George; ; one son Keith 55 FRANCIS .
Henry & Clarence Seniors, and other relatives and

sons friends. Services were held Obldiah Adjer of 210 N.\\'. MRS. MARION DAMES (be t-

Wednesday, 4:30: I'.M.inthe 17th Street, Apt. 6, was deadon ter known as "Papa Dames")
IN MEMORIAMIn I lunge Memorial Chapel. arrival at Jackson Memorial of 1780 NW 68th Terrace died

c Hospital, on August August 22. Services will be
23, 1965. He leaves to held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at
sad but loving memoryof Mrs. Katha Howard, of mourn, a wife Mrs. Lula Ad- St. Matthews Baptist Church

1185 S.W. 216th St. was ger. One step-son, Mr. Ralph with Rev. N. F. Clark offici-
dead arrival at Kendall ating. Remains will repose in
GEORGE DEWEESE HOGS ra on Hendly of Philadelphia, Pa.
Hospital August 10. She had Three sisters, Hattie Sampson the chapel beginning 4 p.m.
who departed this life August lived I in Miami since 1930. of Jacksonville, Mrs. Friday until 7:30 a.m. Satur-

28. 1949. sw r she is survived by her sister Jessie Adger and Mrs. Gertrude day. Beginning 8 a.m. Satur-
I Laura Johnson; a BallardofMlami.'l'wu day the remains will repose in

The Higgs Family daughter, Valuda Waters; 1 brothers, Herbert and James the church until funeral time.

son, Bernard Howard; 5 of Miami, two sisters-in-law, Survivors include four daughters -

CARD OF THANKS MILDRED S. ALLEN nieces and nephews and other several nieces and nephewsand Mrs. Louise Johnson,
I relatives and friends. Services Mrs. Enith Barr, Mrs. Chris-
who departed this life August a host of friends. Funeral
were held Saturday,3:00: ina Brown and Mrs. Vera
I services will be held
The family of the late on
31, 1962. '1 I'.M. at New: Bethel AME 'Burrows; a son, Elder Dames;
1965
28
Saturday August ,
,
We loved her but God loved
,
Church. Kev. K. L. Holmes a sister, Mrs. Charlene Brown.
2:00 P.M. Bethel
GEORGE LENORDwho her best. May she rest In : at Greater
peace and light perpetual officiating. A.M.K. Church.
passed August 11, 1965, $5.
shine upon her. *
wish to thank the many friends HARRY McKENZIE OF 352

and neighbors for their cooperation Mrs. Syble Butler aunt r/1 IMchard Deveaux, Sr., of Jimmie Harvey of364 N.W. NW 14th St., apt. 6, Died Aug.

during our hour oftlereavement. Mrs. Joyce Matthews } :". :33f>:3 Williams Ave. passed 10th Street, died at his hom 19., Services will be held Sat.

t; Special thanks Mrs. Susan B. Williams .. w ,*; ) 11\\u> August 17th at Christian on August 24, 1965. HeJea'es at 2 P.m. Saturday at Temple
t<> Range Funeral Home. I I Io*pltal. He is survived Church L. A.
: to mourn a wife Rev. Thompson
.: by his .daughter Edna M.
-i Mrs. Nora: Harvey; two officiating. Remains will repose -
The FamilyIN CARD OF THANKSThe I IKACUUX; 1 brother Fred; in the
?:1A' daughters, Mrs. Lula Bell chapel beginning
: Jennifer
I daughter
grand
family of the late ", Lakes, Mrs. Catherine Law- 3 p.m. Friday until 9:30: p.m.
MEMORIAMIn I )c\'eaux and other relativesand Remains will in his
f rence; one son, Mr. Robert repose
FLORIDA CARMEATER S .. friends. Services were Harvey of Albany, Georgia home beginning 10 p.m. Friday
loving memory of our BUTLER held Saturday 9:00: A.M. at three sisters, five brothers until funeral time. Survivors

husband father grandfather wish to express their apprec- MRS. ANNIE M. JOHNSON St. Peters American Catholic and a host of relatives and include his wife, Lylene,

iation for the kind expressionsshown There's an open gate at the Church. friends. daughter, Mrs. Eldora McKenzie --

during her long illness end of the road 55 ; two step-daughters Mrs.
Through which each must go Lillian Richardson and Mrs.
and at the passing. We deeply Mrs. LucilleCoodenof 1832.N.W.
Infant Girl Hall of
alone 13720 Adams
'dYx : : 4th Ave. passed Carolyn ; Three sisters,
feel the loss of one so near And there in a light we can- Jackson Memorial awayat Hospital Vanburn Street, Richmond Mrs. Margaret Munnings, Mrs.

and dear to us. Please acceptour not see August 21st. She is Heights, died on August 22, Ellen Ramsey, Mrs. Flora McKenzie -'
sincere thanks for the Our Father claims His own; survived by her husband, 1965. She is survived by her ; four brothers, Theo-
Beyond the gate our loved parents Mr. and Mrs. Jullas philus, C. J., Luther and
M sympathetic flowers, tele- one finds happiness and: Kdd; Cionden; ; 1 daughter Hall. Arrangements In- Emmanuel.
grams, cards and other splen- And there is comfort in the Emma Gordon, an aunt El- are
z4 a. did tributes by organizations, thought la1111ams, cousin, MIn- complete.
churches neighbors and various nie Patterson and other rela- -----"----
That a loving God knows best
friends, also Pall Bearers tives and friends. Therewere TEACHERS FOCUS ON overcoming deprivations that
Lodge No. 67. Special thanksto Mrs. Fannie Mae Moton no local services. Remainswere (Continued from would otherwise affect every
page 1) of the lives of these
the Rev. Aaron D. Hall of daughterAnd shipped: to Americus, aspect "
these students going about chi ldren
Ebenezer Methodist Church friends Ga. for final rites and Inter-
their learning tasks with in- The educator the
and .its choir. Special thanksto ment. sees pre-
creasing indifference." sent of the normal
the Frances Funeral Home concept
for its splendid services. IN MEMORIAMIn Of a special preprimarypro- school day, week and year
The Family Julius Cole, of 432 N.W. gram now being activated here, due for a change, and sounded -

memory of the late 16th Terr. Apt. 2, passed the superintendent said: "It a clear call for a firm working
away August 17th at Jack offers us a powerful oppor- alliance between school
tunity to be influential in and home.
IN MEMORIAMIn son Memorial Hospital. He

is survived by his wife, Vira

loving memory of my Cole; 2 sons, 1 sister and

REV. ANDREW WALTER dear husband, father, and v other relatives and friends. Utnroln Memorial i irk
'
RIDLEY grandfather, t a Services were held Tuesday
who departed from this life on ;j)0:() in the flange Memorial

August 17, 1964. Chapel. HAS Preinterment plots ol 8 grave spaces or lost
Asleep in Jesus blessed .
sleep, ALSO I I.N e d Ia i t e iaglt grave space interment

From which none ever to wakeA aa George Leonard of 1246 Boxes and vaults permittedWe
N,\\'. 67th St.
calm andindisturbed passed awayat
repose full and still business
1 are not we are doing
Unbroken by the last of foes. Jackson Memorial Hos-
Asleep in Jesus, oh how pital August 17th. He had Open six days a week to serve you

sweet lived in Miami since 1950. Gates open 7 days for your convenience

To be such a slumber meet, He Is survived by his wife 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4197
With holy confidence to sing Mandy; 2 step sons, R.J.
That death hath lostits venom and l Kills Davis; 1 stepdaughter E. Johnson, Manager Horn phen OX 19199DIGNIFIED

sting Bertha Dodd and
Asleep in Jesus peaceful rest other relatives and friends. '

Whose waking is supremelyblest. Services were held last Sat-

r urday 12:00: noon In the
No fear, no woe shall dim : Range Memorial Chapel.
the hour _.
;r
A $55
That manifest the Saviour's : r'

power Clinton Russell, of 1872

Mrs. A. M. Ridley, wife ELDER WILLIE GAMBLEwho N.W. 49th St. passed awayat
And Family departed this life August Jackson Memorial Hospital -

26, 1960. August 23rd. He had

CARD OF THANKSThe Five years since you said lived In Miami for 24 years.
I good by to a family that misses Survivors are his wife, Lucille

family of the late DEACON EDWARD HIELD you still. We know that it was ; 10 children; 5 grandchildren
the Master's will that you no ; 4 sisters; 5 brothers -
ANNIE ELIZABETH BODIE who departed this life August longer stay. We realize the and other relatives and I A

wishes to thank the 27, 1964. gates close at sunset for his friends. Services will be held ,
many Let your light forever shine weary travellers here beneathour Saturday 1:00: P.M. at First _
friends for all forms of kInd- }
; REVERENT
above. We miss you and we roof at midnight. In the Primitive Baptist Church. ATMOSPHERE
ness shown in their hour of
will never forget your love days that be no more we remember .
bereavement.Special thanks to and prayers for us. Rest in your words of com- Surroundings are particularly
the Rev Harold V. Stewart peace for God loves you and fort. As you so often said, Mrs. Rose Roberts, of 2472

members of St. Mary's weslyn so do we.Rowena. "Whatsoever you do in wordor N.\\', 64th St. passed awayat r important when you

Methodist Church and all organizations deed, do it all to the glory Jackson Memorial Hospital are emotionally
upset-our
of the church. We Hield wife of God. Good night. We will August 18th. She had

also wish to thank Victoria Susie, Mae Bell, and Emily all see you in the morning. lived In Miami for 45 years. home and staff provide a
Household of Ruth 4769 and daughtersAll
Survivors are her husband ..
the and quiet, comforting atmosphere
Household Club, the Good the grandchildren
Dan Roberts 1 daughter
;
Samaritan Lodge and the Ran Sons iri-law Gussie Gamble, wife C.irol: Young; 2 sisters and f -and lovely services.
ge Funeral Home for efficient Lucille Lewis and Queen other relatives and friends.Services .
services rendered. Martin foster daughters .f..g t./V
sere held Monday
May God bless all of you. IN MEMORIAMOF WSgt. Aarchie Williams, a
4:00 I'.M.
: at St. Mary'sfcsleyun -
JOHNNY SIMMONSwho son Methodist Church. "My Father in Heaven, help

Mrs. Elizabeth Collie, departed this 11 fe August .. .. -- --- ,- .' : me never to forget Thy love
--------- -
niece 23, 1959. Gone but not forgotten ;' It looks to me in the
f Mr. James G. Collie, by many. * * * * * * : ( up '
w' '., beauty of the flower ."
\
nephew-in-law Bessie Chappell, Mother

And the entire family body And Family : 'MIAMI I I, TIMES, ADS diJ A John Henry Jowett



r Go to Church Sunday ; ''" MING 'RESULTS. : ''< :t:1tIt. *\. ... NAME MORTUARY

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' CARS FOR SALE FOR RENT HELP WANTED FOR RENT
.' : : : : : : BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX
" : ; '56 Cadillac DC Ville. Female crabmeat pickers.
Coupe
.CLASSIFIEDFOR ,1' 2-Jbedroom( with spacious Furnished apartment. Adults
: : : : Clean in and out. New transmission Must be experienced. Afternoon -
". '. ,,, just tuned up to go. closets in each room call 6342233Mrs.. only. PL 8-9717.
Brand new NW 47 St. near Bradshaw
1801 N.W. 94th St. 696-6229.
____ Indf 29 Ave. Brown Sub. For __ Sept. 3
FOR SALE information phone NE beautician. .
SALE '61 Dodge Sedan. 6-Al. Low Experienced COn- -
mileage radio air conditioning. 4-1714, 5140 NW 27 Ave. tact Mrs. James at 6919656or MISCELLANEOUSWANTED
edroom CBS. Will be paint- 3060 N.W. 57th St. 3 bedroom N.W. 94thSt. 621-6807 Vern's Beauty
in and out.' FHA terms* CBS. 2 year old, owner must 696-6229. 1801 Indf 3 bedroom house with fence. Salon.

ly $200 down payment.ive sell. Small down. See and 15625 N.W. 27th Ave., Opa --- Good transportation for 2 wo-
----
by 15750 N.W. 18th Pl. call 758-5400. Broker. '55 Olds 2-door automatic 88 Locka $25 week. Call NA- Barber with process experi men for N.W. 19th Ave. and

en call Fenster Realty. --- $100 cash. 7615 NE 4th Ct. 4-6470. ence. Varisty Barber Shop. 56th St. to Sunset Island to
3ker, PL 9-8779. Ask for Royal Palm Beauty Shop. 757-5804. 6540 N.W. 15th Avenue. Miami Beach at 8 a.m. Return
rtis. Owner wishes to sell due to $14 one bedroom apartment.Free 4 p.m. Monday thru Fri. call
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an operation on her hand. FOfrTsALEApartment water and gas. 6041 NW Night club waiters and wai- 633-7969 after 2 P.m. Sat.
1604 N.W.3rd Ave.FR 7-4813 24th Ave.
bedroom CBS. The Continental.
beautiful 2 tresses. ----------
rdwood floors carport FHA size Kenmore electric 6000 N.W. 7th Avenue Will do ironing in my home.
down. Clean in andt. Nice 2 bedroom frame easy $16 three bedroom onfurnish-
$250
Call 691-7604.
ly terms. No qualifying 243 stove. Like-new. $35.
ed NW 58th
Location 1863 N.W. 88thrr. duplex. 1367
N.W. 43rd St. 634-3781. 7545963.
Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. Terr -
Realty Broker PL
nster turn excellent 3 Bedrooms Homes
4 apartments. 2 bedroom duplex. Furnished.
8779. 7 years new. Income over No qualifying! $28 week. 1810 N.W. 50thSt. > WANTEDjd'v
$3,800 on low rents. Owner No redtape! Tel: 691-6275. HELP
,FENTION Bargain Hunters! must sell due to sickness. Move right in! '"

ouseson one lot completely Will stay on as tenant if want- No closing costs! Rooms.- Hot and cold water. Cleaners PressersFULL
mished one 3'bedroom plus ed. $9,500 over 1st mtg. Low See, then call owner Phone 691-7034. 6705 N.W. Spotters
ficiency. 8000. Oo by overhead. Phone PL 8-4121. 728 N.W. 48th Street
26th Ave. Mornings 7:30
172 N.W. 47th Terr., then 39th N.W. 39th Street
night at 10:30. TIMEIn
all Fenster Realty Broker NEW SERVICE STATION Owner 945-9886 TIME PART
-----
L 9-8779. Coconut Grove. Prime locat- .- ------ A beautiful duplex. 2771- all of
in
ion. Back from Food Fair. CASH TALKSIf 2773 N.W. 47th St.2 bedrooms newly opened compact plants parts

IKE NEW Inside CBS-Fresh-andut Excellent deal. Right man. you have $2,500 to put each side. For informationcall Dade County

/ painted Our hest bargain at 667-1639. down and want a very special NE 4-1714 or 5140 N.W. Apply in person
down and --- 3 bedrooms 2 baths, air conditioned 27th Ave. Sept. 3
7,000, $250 New home for the price of an equipped home. __ ONE HOUR VALET
month, FHA fully
$ 3.79
!
>nly old house. 2118 N.W. 47thSt.
1 bin, shop- Call Seymour M. Roth Realtor Nice room for nice singleman.
school ST. MR. DANN
FLAGLER -
ear Don't miss this. Low monthly and down MU 1-3515. Just like home 751-6415. 1844 W.
>ing payment. 691-6378. _
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Bro- --- -
NW 7 Ave. PL VETERANS,
4932! :
er and 2142 N.W. 85th Street partly furn. 2958 N.W. 61st St. r
(4371. Open Sunday 2 bedroom CBS partly fum. No money down. Best N.W. 633-2786-

?venlngs. carport, fenced a doll house locations. Call Seymour M. DEBTS
CORSOLIDATE YOUR
110,000 small down payment.No Roth Realtor. MU 1-3515. Room. In private home. Call
3-bedroom 1% bath qualifying, no closing OX 1-7056. DIAL NOV FOR MONEY IN I HOUR WI M077
Central heat. air conditioned costs. 696-0092. SEYMOUR M. ROTH Realtorhas

Including appliances ---- the home you want from 1 bedroom house. Nice and SMALL PAYMENTS

large lot. Locate 1757 N.W. 90th St. 2 bedrooms $100. Call MU 1-3515 for an clean kitchen furnished. $65 $ 1,000 .----------.S 20 Month

250 NW 171 St.rally 2 Fla rooms partly appointment. month 2274 N.W. 41st St. $ 2.000 -..-..--.........$ 30 Month
$400 down payment. furn., fenced 2 car garage 888-6643.
Seller pays closing costs. no qualifying, no closing costs BUSINESS PROPERTY -------- SI0,000-..................$100 Month

Drive by then call Fen- 696-0092. Excellent location. Corner 1 bedroom furnished duplex,
ACREAGE
HOMES OR
LOANS ON VACANT LOTS
ster Realty. Broker PL ---- building. 2 stores. 1st Fl- 4017 N.W. 23rd Ave. 888-6643.
!J-8779. 9121 N.W. 16th Ave. 1 bed- 30x50 ft., zoned for any type let and 2nd Mortgagor
room. Wall-to-wall carpet business. BU3) 2nd Fl-2 1 bedroom Apt. Adults only
EE THE NEW 3-bed- fenced yard, city water apts. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath each Furn. or unfurn. $65 month. R. I. Baron Mortgages

room, 2 bath quality built $1,000 down. 1 mortgage. lovely apt. 4032 N.W. 23rd Ave.691-4668.
omen Open 1-5 Sunday 696-0092. Easy Terms 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker
622 NW 21 Ave. PL ---- See at 3101 N.W. 54th St. Room in private home for a a
11-3604. indf 3 Bedrooms Open Sat. 2-5 p.m. nice lady. 1473 N.W. 70th St.

$11,000 total. $250 down Open Sun. 1-5 p.m. Phone 691-0425.
FHA. fenced yard elegant Call Blackstone RealtyPL ........HnHMHUHmnnnntFtatst ,
WASHINGTON PARK. G landscaping low monthly 8-7407 or 624-6983 1 bedroom, furn. duplex. $15;
lovely large rooms, 2 payment. Just where you weekly. Dixie Rental Agency = St'tCi.'tlsli' Mkml 5

bathrooms shower doors want to live. Christensen Near Liberty City 6.1.ll2L-_ '

$66.28 monthly FHA Broker PL 7-6070. (SPLIT LEVEL DUPLEX) 3 bedroom house 2226 N.W. i Kf' '. LOVELY. HOMESOPENNEW ,, "&

commitment 1430 NE $800 down. _:--:::.__-.:L $58 month. No qualifying. No 49th st. $23.50 weekly. Dixie V:: <** LOW QO'I'PAYh1ENTS'-' : ::::. i
152nd St. .
Open Home .
Sparkling Clean closing costs. 2 bedrooms up Rental Agency Inc.633-2429. : 1' .' 1
Sun. from 12 to 6 phone No qualifying $500 down. stairs. Efficiency and garage 1.::;<<._J_....;_EZ''Il'trus.LentThers V. ;"",, L._ .. .>>+_ ...Rent...::. :. ;'''' .
daily 5:30: to 9
._- p.m. Move right in, fenced yard downstairs. Move in today. 2 bedroom house. $20.50 and
like country estate. Monthly 373-3304. $25 weekly Dixie Rental 2323 N.W. KPTO STREET a

HEART CBS 2 bedroom OF MANOR carport PARK appliances payment very very low.Chriatensen ,. --- Agency Inc. 633-2429. : (1(I lilt| I look ..,...1... To see .. is to bty ...) .

freshly painted ire Beautiful Broker. PL 7-6070 bedrooms 1608 N.WSlat pine panelled Terrace.Fla.3 Large--efficiency- and 1 bedroom II I am a brand ROW beavttfvl 3 .....'00., 2 bath with I:

and out. Price is $9,500, Home we have a large selection room awnings all around, fen apartments. Quiet adult family room and garage. 1 block from school, 1 block .
$300 down
Keys at Life and Realty$59 Broker month., of lovely homes for ced. $85 month. $1,500 down. only. $22.50 and up. Furn. O from .hisses and 4 blocks from North side Shopping N'
Near St. and 7th Ave.
want. 47th
what 371-6546.
Phone
sale. Tell us you owner
4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Phone today A. Ben-Kori, call PL 7-6070 manager. II Center. I.I .
Open evenings and Sundays,
612 N.W. 60th St. Phone any- H2.II.W. 2IST AVENUE Np
.ALLAfATTAH HOMES FOR RENT
I:
N e a r time. 751-2243. $400 Down No closing
Central (Hank. No quall- costs. 160 N.W. 44th St., 1801 N.W. 83rd Street Beavtiftl CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, the N

Mng(: Beautiful CBS 3- No Qualify CBS 2 Bedroom, enclosed 7972 N.W. 14th Avenue roof and carport. $450 down. $85 month. =

laHlrooms 2 baths beautiful Furn. 2 bedroom, carport, real porch separate garage, tile 1786 N.W. 47th Terrace -0-
kitchen! large gar- nice. $400 down. $75 month. roof, hardwood floors total II N
Rental
"';e open porch appliances $8,500 total. Move in. A. 812,000 only $74.39 monthly Reliable 6332891ANN'S o I: 70 N.H4TTH TERRACE =

:some nice furniture. call AETNA KKAIl'YUroker ;
Ben-Kori Realtor, 612 N.W. ,
House{ I Is almost new and 60th St. Phone anytime 751- ( ) Phone 757.5724- GUEST HOUSE r Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Flo room. Only 2 N

!hard )Itedroom has its own 2243. Open Sunday. 344 rooms NW, maid 10 St.service Nice clean free II years old. By appointment only. =

entrance and Is now being ----
-
$350 Down$58.55Month .
parking for cars. Air conditioned .
used as an efficiency apt. 3 BedroomsNo ly. 1834 N.W. 88th ht-CliS with or wthout N.W. AVENUE
16TH
$1,500 N 4625 I:
down, move right qualify. Very large for big 2 bedroom, screened porch, weekly or overnight FR

In and take over FHA family. Price is right, terms newly painted, total price 9-9155. Aug27 Air conditioned, 2 bedrooms, plus l Fla room, $200 NS

payments. Key at Life arranged. A. Ben-Kori Realtor only :$10,200: No ClosingCostsdon't down, $74 month, $9,000 total price.SSOnTw. .
Realty Broker Phone ------
4932 NW 612 N.W. 60th St. miss this one- .
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open anytime 751-2243. AETNA: lIealty! ( Broker)1'h. FOR SALE OR RENT fI" -- .

Sunday.NO ZIRDAVENUE .
----- 7575724. 2 bedroom house. $20 week.

CLOSING COSTS Hurry! Heal 3 Hedroom :$350:; Garage and workshop. 3 = Gorgeous 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, tile ==

Modern CBS duplex. Only 3 bedroom spotless CBS, $350 Down.! 1245 N.\\ 86th St.- lots. 2575 N.W. 65th St. NA roof; beilHn kitchen and barbocve. $500 down pies .
$600 down and $!)O a down $11,000 total FHA CBS Air Cond., tile roof 7 4-3285.
month Live rent free! terms. A real buy. A. Ben- new, stove and refrigerator S closing costs.$1,91.oeth. J0
years ----- ------ .
2-bedrooms each side Kori Realtor 612 N.W. 60thSt. total only 511,200. --0 -

tile roof, anoliances Phone anytime 7512243. No Closing Costs $79 = 1391 N.W. 2HD STREET NN

Key at Life Realty Broker ---- monthly pays everything ,i-lledrooni 2-Ilalh
4932 NW 7 Ave. PL Furnished be first call AETNA KKALTY Gorgeous CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on. fenced comer

9-4371.evenings. Open Sunday 3 large bedroom CBS, large ( Broker) I'h. 7575724. LIKE NEW = lot. $450 down, $13,50)( total price. II

lot, $400 down, FHA terms.A. 65 N.\\". 49th :St All CBS CBS, on large comer big -0-
LIKE NEW CBS $250 Ben-Kori Realtor 612 N.W. 2 big bedrooms, Fla. Room} kitchen and dining area, aO
down and $58 month. 60th St. Phone anytime: 751- carporte beparate garage, nice size living room with N 1)00 N.W. 82ND STREET

Jalousled windows, re- 2243. tile roof; hardwood floors, free air conditioner large S
finshed floors, new kit- ----- oversize lot all for only $13- master bedroom with awn- Brand new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on comer lot. Owner

chen cabinets and fix- 46th Street 000( total with $400 Down ing windows and glass wants offer. $60 per month pays all. N

tures. This house is like Nice comer 3 bedroom 2 No Closing Costs S80.80 sliding doors opening into 0 -
brand new. Key at Life bath no qualify terms are- monthly, Don't hesitate call large covered patio. (couldbe N

Realty. Broker. 4932 NW ranged. A. Ben-Kori Realtor AI'TNAEAI.'I': /( '' ( Broker) screened and made Fla SPECIAL NOTICE! I'
7 Ave. PL 9-4371. Open 612 N.W. 60th St. Phone any- Phone( 757-5724.: porch). Huge utility room I

evenings and Sunday. time. 7512243.,--- (;Iant CBS Hedroom. 1441 with connections for wash = EFFECTIVE I IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO :I
-- all
Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath Two Car N.W. H7thTerr.-KHA$12-::; er around.and dryer.City water Awnings but no YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT YOU CAN aN

CBS. Fla room, built-in stove Garage on corner lot with (tWO. ( I Down S400- No Closing city taxes. Close in on QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON N
oven, latest creations in Costs, 79.52 monthly,
total,
nice home for $9,500 86th Street, near buses FHA.
building. hardwood floors,
How about comingout Ben-Kori, tile !roof, schools.
FHA terms, A. churches stores II
on Sunday and see our extras sec -
uuporte. many
60th St. Nice family neighborhood.
model at 1141 N.W. 75th St. Realtor 612 N.W. KKAI.TYBroker type
AKTNA;
Phone anytime. 751-2243. todaj $13,600 total. Owner [ Inc.
From 1-6 p.m. and our sales I ) I'hone 757-5724. NEWS REALTY
man will show you around. pays your closing costs .:
Fenster Realty (Broker) PL- LOVELY CBS large Fla IKI1 N.U. 89th Terr. ( 135 with $350 dov.n. $97 mo.
90-8779. 2 I ted loom, large Florida pays everything or buy I:
.
----- room separate garage Koom.: wall to wall cat pet with no qualifying and 1 THE BROKER THAT WOWS FOR YOU a

No Qualifying. 2 bedroom, carpeting, sprinkler system uwniny. FHA $10,500o: move in now. Hurry. Call '
CBS Fla Price Is 11000. $350 :S350Down. : 4748N.W.7THAVE. PLUMB
huge H
carport very Closing: ('m-ts. Only : 681-8566 a.
month. Key
room, electric appliances down and $68 I 565.09 monthlynmt fro. 1 ..)
Broker 5 (Open Sunday p.
very nice year, air conditioner. ut Life Realty, be seen now AKTNAIMAI : : : ASSOCIATESRlty. aireuaI

.. then Drive call by 'Fenster 339 N.W.Realty 45thSt. M371.4932 NW Open 7 Sunday Ave. and PL ,I-.: : I I.. 1'1'a Broker ) Ph. 757.724 ( Corp.REALTORS ..................."

pL 98779. evenings.




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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August Xl, 1965


gooooooooooooooooooooR Carver YMCA Activities
I

teen's Thirty-nine eager youngsters PLANT IMPROVEMENTS

between the ages 9f 8. The gravel in the driveway
pourriBy aid 14 boarded a charteredair and the outside sign were secured
pot 1 conditioned Greyhound bus by the intervention of
,
enroute to Camp Florida near board member Charles R. Had-
Lake Placid on Sunday after-
Bethsheba E. Dean Icy who also personally sent
noon.Many parents and friends one boy to. Residence Camp
were on hand to see them off. and secured contributions for

__________________ r-.M".."_ __ ---.1 A station wagon into and serviceto e car five others.
were presented '
There are inside changesalso.
We have completed our summer vacation and have been take the additional camp The area just off the
able to stay out of trouble for almost three months there- staff. Sgt. Leroy Smith was in 15th Avenue parking lot has
for we should 'be able to remain out of trouble during the charge of the bus Jefford been set up as a reception
time we are in school since most of us are in school six Smith Associate Camp Director
center and information desk.
hours or more Monday through Friday. One of the ways that chauffered the staff
The north lobby is the
many students seemingly try to settle their problems is by wagon. Mrs. Elodia Preston TV room and the refreshmentcenter now
fighting. We do not realize that fighting only creates a prob- nurse in charge Alfred Scott
has
been'moved
lem for us. Usually when you fight in school you receive 4' and Nancy Schuler, volunteeraid to the
some punishment such as being suspended or expelled from from Detroit Michigan by entrance of t he Breezeway
school or maybe injured in the fight since most students the way of Quito Ecquitor The south room is being refitted
adult recreationroom
today find it necessary to use knives guns and other wea- ., drove down with Mr. Ramsey.A as an
full of whole- and the center room for-
-
pons during a fight. The outcome can or is most likely bad program
for some activities under trained merly housing the preschool
you. and dedicated leaders will kindergarten is now headquarters -
Fights usually start from arguments. Instead of sett-
for the Moses L. Perry
the think the best occupy the attention and time
ling an argument proper way we way to Life Builders Club. Bridge
recreational
settle the argument is by fighting and this Is the worst and of the campers until Saturday and instructionalwill
'. afternoon. The scheduled return -
very dangerous way.
< > be in the air conditionedboard
Another way that many of us get into fights are over time is 5 p.m.
boyar girl friends. We call ourselves going steady and soon r 't .. Some board members and The room.Breezeway and court
find out that our steady has another girl friend instead of parents visited the camp on will house the Youth Depart-

I settling this in a more reasonable way we jump to fight the ,'}fiiJ. { '. Wednesday. ment Social activities will
other girl saying that she is going steadywith our boyfriend. I'e' now be scheduled in the car

Don't forget that your boyfriend is going steady with the .,.i..\ /.... ver auditorium which will be
other girl too. Therefore it is best that you sit down and
: FALL MEMBERSHIP suitably decorated.Mrs. .
speak to someone about this instead of fighting. Who knows .,..- '... Mamie Bondu will
your steady might consider breaking off with you instead of MEETING SETA served hostess for the
as
the other girl who you wanted to fight. Mrs. Joseph Davis and daughter Wanda Litette, 3175 NW re-

Then there are some students who would like to be 42nd T'., demonstrate Operation Safe Walk, carrying an open meeting of all membersof creational bridge which be-
seen or become popular with their classmates. He figures umbrella to call attention to the project. Wanda will enter the Carver YMCA has been gins 8 at 7:30 on Wednesday September

that the only way that he is able to do so is to "beat up"some Bethune Elementray August 30. Operation Safe Walk is sponsored called for Sunday September p.m.
of the students in his class and the other members of by the Dairy Council of South Florida, Dade County 12 at 3:30: p.m. Friends and JESCA OPENS DAY CARE
his class will look up to him as being the "big bully" of Association. interested persons are invitedto
Parent-Teacher
Council of Safety-conscious
the class. However this is the attend the multi-purpose CENTERS FOR '65-66
not way to be popular with parents are urged to accompany small children to school, if
your classmates. If you are good in your work you will be meeting. The James E. Scott Com-
surprised that everybody will get a chance to know you. is a school new to themor to the bus stop the first day or There will be a brief me- munity Association Day Care
Another way is to have a pleasant personality. If you are pointing out dangers and choosing the safest routes. morial service for the late Centers and kindergarten pro-
nice to people and always kind others will always want to Louis II. Portlock Jr. and vide an effective and efficient
be with you. The third way is to be a good conversationalist UUUUU.UUUUUUU.U..UUUVUUUUUUUUUUUUU.UU. awards will be given to per- program of training educa-
and others will always want to talk with you and ex- t sons who worked in the 1965 tion and guidance for boys
press their thoughts with you. Membership Enrollment Drive. and girls ages 2Vi to 6. Reg-
Let's be sure that we continue the year staying out $300 New Furniture Free Also Mrs. Susan F. Harris, ular kindergarten classes for

of fights. Knowing how serious the outcome of a fight may delegate to the Southern Area children preparing to enter
be to us. Council Meeting held Blue first grade. Well trained and
$200 DOWN $58 PER MONTH Ridge North Carolina in June
experienced staff.Transoortation.
will give her report.,
Lovely 2 bedroom home, painted in and out air con available.
The speaker for the occasion After school care is plannedfor
j r------------ J JI ditioned nice residential Move in while quailing
area. will be Mr. Manatee first second and third
' Dr. M. Bruce Farkas Bannerman outstanding local grades.
I 1I t tt ....NO CLOSING COSTS.
I educator and first executive Day Care Centers are

I ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR II I I secretary of the Car- open Monday through Friday
OWNER3133304MICHAEL'S : ver Branch. The proposed fall 7:00 a.m5:30 p.m.
GENERAL PRACTICE I winter schedule will be presented Center No. 1-6306 N.W.
I I II I by the staff. Open 14th Ave.PL42326.

t 16000 N.W. 2TTU AVENUEI house and refreshments will Center No. 2-7200 N.W.
I
((27th Avenue Center) be conducted by the association 22nd Ave. OX 18412.
f' groups. Centers are now open.
624-6943 t KINDERGARTEN Alexander W. Brooks mem- Register now. Health certifi.

I 14140 N.W. 23rd Court, Opa Locka bership chairman will serveas cate required before admission -
24 HOUR SERVICE master of ceremonies. .
L J OPEN FOR REGISTRATION

__ __ August 15, 1965 10 AM 5 PM
-- -- -- -- --

Juanita's Kindergarten opens Health Certificate RequiredFor THE NEW BETHANY COMMUNITY KIN

St. Paul AME August 31, pick up and de- Good Cora and Train-Catering to Working Parents DERGARTEN PROUDLY ANNOUNCES ITS
liver. For further informationcall
KindergartenOpening OX 12350. Phone MU 1-4060-Residence() MU 8-8140 School OPENING AND HEW LOCATION :


Mr. and Mrs. S. Gibson Address: 2500 N.W. 50th Street
CENTERVILLA
Phone 634-2993 or 624-7485
St. Paul Kindergarten, KINDERGARTEN ._- -- --_. :
1876 NW 51st Terr., will _' Hours: 7:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Daily. Mon.-Fri.
'begin its third year of operation 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
'LYNJEFF
Monday morning CERTIFIED PERSONNEL KINDERGARTEN' REGISTRATION Ages: 3-6 yearsKINDERGARTEN

The August kindergarten 30 at 7:30: o'clock.offers HOT LUNCHES Enroll your child at the newest and most modern BEGINS MONDAY, AUG-

supervised play, educa- PICK-UP SERVICE Kindergarten.. UST 30, 1965

tional games, special REGISTER NOW 'LYNJEFF KINDERGARTEN
--- -
classes for four and five
year old*, rest periods and 691-7796 OR 69S-3802 6601 N. W. 24TH COURT Debbie's Playland

special attention to the
needs of children from 2 Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. Register your child NOW

to 5 years of age. PL 9B779FOR/ ALL INFORMATION Kindergarten and NurseryWILL
Register child
your
now! For all other information SCHOOL OPENING AUGUST 30, 1965 OPEN AUGUST 30TH

concerning the .. YOU MAY REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOW

call the Mrs kindergarten McMHllan please PL113.w' lam a girl. DUE TO THE HIGH RATES OF INSURANCEON

SCHOOL BUSES, THERE WILL BE NO PICK

---.- 1 am five yewsol4I REGISTRATION IS NOW IN PROGRESS FOR UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE.
St. James AME FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL CHURCH KINDERGARTEN
KindergartenRegistration CALL NE 4 8315 OR NE 5 8052
1736 N. W. 3rd Court

1 can read. I II School will begin Monday, August 30th 4800 N. W. 24TH COURTAll

The St. James AME TRAINED PERSONNEL HOT MEALS All children enrolling .ust have health cards.
: M: :: t:::: (Mrs. lOnG Perry, Supervisor c s
Church Kindergarten 1845 FREE TRANSPORTATIONHOURS
/
NWI) 65th St. begins reg- I can count.: I : FROM 7:30 AM 5 PM
istration August 23 at 8:30:
a.m. to 2.30: pm. Regis- FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 'e e ,'" ,. Q'.. 1-; r igry3

begins traton fee August 100.30.School Hot Judifri RobinsonDo NE 4-1910-NE 5-2307 *{ : Jackson. Toddle" li;; :" ::';];;i

lunch and transportation. Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor ,'$ ''' __ ___.' ;". : ;i;": .;"
Aug 30
you have a five yeah REGISTRATION NOW GOING ON DAILY

old at your house? Well, he
REGISTRATION!! 10:00: A.M. TO 6:00: O.M. P.M.
or she can do just as well as
ST. James A.M.E. Church I
LYNNJEFF 't the writing above If enrolled

KINDERGARTEN at St. Stephan's Day Care KindergartenANNOUNCES The sane Dependable Conscientious service... I

6601 N.W. 24th Court Center, 1781 N. W. 73rd St.

Register your child now. Weekly fee $6.00.We PUPIL REGISTRATION TRAINED TEACHERS BALANCED LUNCH
At the school nowll!! We provide pick-up and MONDAY, AUGUST 23RD THROUGH

pick up and deliver. Coll delivery service (for ages I FRIDAY, AUGUST 21TH TRANSPORTATIONALL

S for all information-Ages through 5. For further Information -
I 2to6. call NA 1-2144 or t PARISH HALL-I845NW65TH STREET FOR $8.00 PER WEEK

; 696-0891 PL 9-9779 7586067. Register now..... 3

Note W. pick up pr*> School opens August 30th. TRANSPORTATION HOT FOOD 3038 NW '48 ,Ttrr NE 4 '.
4-4308
school children at school. TEL: OX 1-4212 -REGISTRATION FEE SI.00 ,
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BY HARRY SPEAR

Veteran Boxer's Association of Florida has just been t
med. This is the listing of some of the old timers who have
fined so far. If has all I happened n a couple of weeks. If any
d time boxer wishes to enroll, send name and address tommy
Ross, Fifth Street Gym, Miami Beach. J
Elected officers are: Tommy Ross, president; Barney )
klix, first vice president; Issy Kline, second vice president;
ermuda Schwartz, Secretary; Bob Ingersol, financial secre-
m Moran, treasurer; Benny Nabors, vice president at large;
!il Strong, delegate at large.
Board of Director: Henry Abrams, Jackie Schweitzer, wyr -
ickey Genaro and Ben Levene.
Trustees; Barney Felix, Henry brahams and Ben Sea-
B Members: Hank Caplan, Burni/ Gaston, Tom Heeny,
ackie Pilkington, Al Turner, Billy White, Jack Newark, Mack

oodman, Benny Noellino, Jack Williams, Forest Oliver, C. ,a w ... +'9F fy'
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formers, Ernie Rossi, Pat Franco, Bill Bivens, Dan Licitra, e wffl&rt ifrffi-i-g* !
Goodman.
py

Sargeant at arms is Ike Vaugh and assistant is Jerry Bahamas Govenor Entertains B-CC Tour Group 1

bite. -
After having been honored ted to refreshments in the air Governor of the Bahamasand was given under the distin-
The marlins have not looked so good this week. The by the special hospitalities port lounge, the group de- Lady Grey at the Gov guished patronage of the
J blame should not be held against the players although they given by the Governor and parted for the Harbor Moon ernor's cross-section of Ba- Honorable Sir Hoy Symonette -
| did play some loose ball. Most of it should be directe r to Premier of the Bahamas, Fri Hotel, the headquarters and hamian high society.Wednesday Premier of Nassau and
the judging of the umpires. We all amk mistakes. Some of day, August 12th, 36 gaily place of lodging.The night after Lady Symonette. On this occasion
the decisions made by the Florida State League umpiresare jabbering tourists departedvia four days and three the group had been on sightseeing three scholarshipswere
terrible. I have worked around baseball for over SO years Mackey and set foot on nights spent by the groupin tours they gathered given to outstanding
and never seen such outrageous decisions in my life, and American soil as the 2nd Nassau were crammed at the Sheraton British Co- students of the Bahamas to
and this does not do the gane justice. The Marlins die-hard Annual Bethune-Cookman with interesting experiencesand lonial Hotel for a buffet DIn- include Catheryn Cart-
fans, around 600 or 700 of them who never miss a game, are College Alumni tour cametoan exciting activities. ner and Dance given in honor wright, Miss Bahamas of.
disgusted with it and have asked me to write somethingabout end. The airport was alive of the group. The occasion 196465.
it. I am not mentioning any names, but they know who with color as the returning Some of the more out
are the gulity ones. visitors were dressed in na- standing affairs presented In
tive costumes, almost hidden honor of the group were
rCocoa's Billy Goodman and Miami's Bobby Margan are by the many beautiful piecesof ((1) The picnic, Monday
just two of six Florida State League managers who have straw work they brought night on beautiful South
played in the Major Leagues. The others are Al Federroff, back with them. Beach where the group Join-
Daytona Beach; Jack Reed, Ft. Lauderdale; Jack Cassini, The ed with the people of the Bahamas
tour began Monday, t'k
Tampaand Andy Pafko, West Palm Beach. Goodman played August 9th, in the Dobb's I In fun and merriment.A .
almost his entire career with the Boston Red Sox and Morgan House V.I.I'. Room of the calypso band was pres-
played mostly with Dodgers. Fedeoff played back in Miami International Hotelas ent and the tourists got their u v -- w
the early fifties with Detroit, while Cassini played for Pitts- first taste of Bahamian food. flat
the Dade County Chapterof
burgh at the same ti me. Ft. Lauderdale's Jack Reed playedfor the National Alumni Assn. ((2) The "all Bahamian" Wtla( [
the New York Yankees until very recently. His biggest provided a' continental- luncheon given by the U.J. = et1dQ Boy PMe Ef ,
moment in the majors was when he hit a home run against breakfast bon party Mortimers, candy manufacturers -
Detroit in 1962 to win a 22-inning gane. Andy Pafko of West voyage on the Island Tuesday Senaa
before the group left for Nas- )
Palm Beach played mostly with the Chicago Cubs and Mil- sau at 9 A.M. August 10th and the child to
waukee Braves until his retirement in 1959. They were greeted at the Bahamas Mothers Club camp ,
Versatility can be an asset in any field, but particu- airport by members of the Luncheon on Wednesday,
larly in sports. Lou Garvin has proved this that season for Bahamas Mothers Club, the August llth. ((3) The recep-
Miami, playing six out of nine positions. Garvin, a Veteranof hostesses for the tour, and tion given In honor of the j
six years in pro ball, has played left and ight field and members of the Bahamian group by his Excellency, The ,: ._
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each of the four infield positions. Originally signed by the Leglsl a tll reo After being treat. Honorable Sir Ralph Grey,
Phillies, Lou started his career with Highpoint-Thomasville ..---.----..--.---.-. ._- SCHLITZ SENDS YOUNGSTERS TO CAMP 130 Chicago
of the Carolinas League in 1960. His best year to date has Negro youngsters enjoyed two weeks at the Abraham Lin-

been 1962, when he hit .278 for Bakersfield, driving in 89 coln Center' camp at Cedar Lake, Wisconsin this sumll.rthanks
runs and getting 15 homers. The Bakersfield, Cal. resident
to a Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company wholesale firm.

Excelsior League bowlers are being alerted to a series Angela and Robert Geocaris, Schlitz distributors on Chi
of league organizing and opening meetings to be held at cage's south side, personally contributed the money to send
the Clover Leaf Lanes. 100 of' the youngsters to camp and then donated the net pro-
The firdt meeting will be Sunday August 29, 4 p.m. xS. fits from Schlitz sales increases in finance
area taverns to
The next details the
meeting to further of league openingwill
be Thursday, Sept. 2, 8 p.m. the other 30campers. The campaign was conducted with the
President Ernest Hayes wants known that all bowlersare / help of Willie Davis (left), Green Bay Packer football star
welcome to take part in these meetings and the expan- who Is a special representative of the Schlitz company.WithDavis
sion of the league depends on the number of bowlers that : (background left Robert
are to right) Geocaris; Mrs.
turn out to these meetings. So get out and register early. aK t I ;
t Edna Somerville Dates, camp director for the Abraham Lin-

coin Center, and Randall S. Hilton, dean of the center. The

Go Cliurch children are (left to right) Priscilla Harris, Sheila Smith and
to Sunday Sam Watkins.

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! 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 27, 1965


! .uhammad 4 .Picks',:Successor't.rM! a- ''co+rsb TT..nA ..X..+av. ...ai..m.ih I Urban Renewal Representative

During Muhammad's 110- Address CIA
DETHOIT-NPI-Black to Meeting
minute speech, he told followers m a ,
Muslim leader Elijah Muhammad p
l
the only way to solve
t, has picked a successor Central Business Assocla-
the problem between whites
t to assassinated Mal and blacks was to "segre- 1 TIkA will meet Monday, August 30 Ia
colm X who defected last year A at the Economic Opportunity
gate and set up a separate
. to form his own group. Black Muslim state. Center (former Police Pre
before 0- .s
Speaking nearly "The only right Americacan cinct)
t 000 followers in Cobo Hall Highlights of the meeting
give he declared,
I last week, Muhammad named you will be discussions of not
"Is the right to leave her 1
t Boston-born Louis X,32, only problems but benefits to
and give you a good send- be derive cfrom business displacements -
to the held Mal-
r I. post once by off.
brought on by the
colm X.Louis
"Don't look to the white activities of the Urban Renewal -
X, in the group for is in his
man for love, it not Program.
10 years, now head "mosques" "
he added..
nature to love, Business men and women
in Boston and New He said Negroes don't ,..,., of the area from Northwest14th
York, dividing his time be- want to integrate, to "be < :lf ,':'''.'' ?IinW:':' 1i i : .;I"t::;: :: (!.: ( :t ".., .HF Northwest
Street to North to
He has taken '
the two. z
tween
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swallowed their for- : '
over the task of introducing up by l. ;I 22nd Street, between 2nd
mer masters and lose their
Muhammad at black nationalist and 6th Aves. will be immediately
rallies. identity. affected and are especially -
.. urged to attend and to ask
questions. Representatives of
WITH RESPECT-M-rod! B. Allen (left), president emeritus Urban Renewal will 'hold a MONCURy -
of the Frontiersmen, recalls the 'early days of the famous question and answer period. SAMUEL
civic and social organization he founded 2t years ago Other
Samuel Moncur, recent law members of the Steer-
for the benefit of a few members at the recent 25th annual graduate of Florida A&M Uni- ing Committee are Mr. Perry,
convention held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York.
versity and presently associ- Perry's Department Store
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Povlno resoectful attention to Mr. Allen are Heft to riaht ated with the Mary Elizabeth Donald Evans, Evans Shoe
Charles T. Williams, vice president, Schenley Distillers Co., Hotel has accepted the all important Repair; David Julius, Sunlight
who hosted the convention cocktail reception; Marcus Heo- position of chairmanof Beauty School; Mr. and Mrs.
I stadter, national president of the Frontiersmen; Frankie Deea the Steering Committee of John Oakes Oakes Grocery;
Schenleyossociate of Mr. Williams; Dr. Bernard Harris and Central Business Associationand Mrs. Alice Griffin, Griffin

Clarence A. Dockens, vice presideny of the organization.rKOME this committee has long Beauty Parlor; Clarence MeMimms -
range plans for worthwhile ac- McMimms Grocery
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community. Kelsks Department Store.


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