The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00380

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Four men were shot down ning he was still missing.

Donald Jones Enters Friday irTghl by an apparently Hit in the legs on the sidewalk -fIr
Atty. berserk gunman who escaped were Leroy Hunt, 51, of
being identified by po- 109 N.W.. 14th SU; James

1ic He, fired first at a 22-year- Scott, 36, of 1541 N.W. 1st
City Commission Race old Joseph Johnson at the Place, and Willie S. Ellis,

Star Liquor Store, 1501 N.W. 21, of 561 N.W. 16th SU Ellis,
Donald Wheelr Jones, pre- Commissioner David T. Ken- 3rd Ave., police said, wound- was also struck in the sto
sident of the local branch of nedy. Kennedy has not filed ing him in the stomach and mach.
the NAACP, qualified Fridayto yet, but is expected to do so James Grant, 41, of 1452

run for a Miami Commis- before the deadline on Oct. leg.The gunman then backedout N.W. 2nd Ave., said, "We
sion seat in the Nov. 16 elec- '2. fL of the door and started were just standing on the
tion. The 39-year-old native of k sidewalk. That was It. He
firing wildly police said.
Jones will run for the Orlando was educated at Howard shot everybody but me."
Three bystanders on the side-
Group 5 seat now held by University. Aside from
walk were struck by bullets. Police had no immediate
being president of the NAACPhe
The gunman ran from the leads on the gunman. Miami
is a member of the Urban
scene. Police converged on officer Mike Wells said"Thisguy
League and the Florida Council the area in an intensive searchto probably .just got drunk or
of Human Relations. .
4X4: find him .but off."
Qualified to run for the Saturday mor- was showing i

-. same seat is Mrs. Edith B.

., -.. : Bradley, a Miami housewifewho Citizens Committee !

.'" .i. .. .. has been active in political -
campaigns for
many l'

..,..wI...... years.Attorney Irvin Christie L \ Squashes Rumors of

has filed and has announcedhe ..oIiII1
IIh. I '
will run for the seat being f

held by Vice-Mayor Alice Mail Handlers Close < Negro-Cuban FrictionI
Wainwright, who is not seek-

re-election. I and white American of good will to give "leader-
No has qualified for
one Convention HereMore
the seat as mayor, and Mayor National leaders of Metropolitan Miami snip on all levels to the end
that these rumors are squashed -
met with local Spanishspeaking -
Robert is .
High expectedto
file. than 600 Post Office with the delegates. Belen, leaders Friday, August 27 and shown for what they
employees were in Miami this the No. 2 man in the Postal at the Columbus Hotel and de- are worth."

week attending the Annual Establishment, delivered a plor d th r cent rumors cir- Attending the conferencewere
60,000 Registered Since Convention of the National major address. culated in Dade County and representatives of Span-
I Association of Post' Office Richard J. Murphy who, at its environs relative to the ish language news and infor-

Votiig Rights Act Mail Handlers, Watchmen, 35, is one of the youngest lack of understanding allegedly mation media, NAACP, CORE,
Messengers .and Group Leaders Assistant Postmasters General existing between Negroesand Cuban organizations, etc.
that began on Sunday. in the history of the na Cubans here. The release points out the
It was disclosed the press conference was told by
by tiondelivered the banquet ad-
President Harold McAvoy seriousness of the moment,
government in Washingtonthis John Doar, head of the .Justice The group branded the
said delegations representingall dress Wednesday evening.The and as ed 11 citizens "to put
week that since the Voting Department Civil Rights areas of the nation will attend largest attendance at rumors as false and maliciousand forth every effort to destroy

Rights Act passed three Division. the five days of meetings. tho convention came from Lo"cal.65' said that they stem from these ,baseless-rumors; and,
weeks The covered all of pert-element in 'the 'community
f ago nearly 60,000 Negroes survey
Deauville. CoUnty'whi'ch. bend and sinewto
the of Dade to
every nerve
the counties in desiring to the strife and
\ ... have registered in Mississippi Mississippiand see
'.' Alabama, most of those in Frederick C. Belen, Deputy has some 200 members. Pre- friction open wide avenues of communication -
Alabama prevailing
and Louisiana Postmaster General of among us.
Louisiana, and 45 of the 149 sident Albert Kinsey of Local between all seg-
About Negroes had in Georgia. Only of the the United States, headed the 65 is shown discussing In a release to the press, ments of our population to
58,000 2,000 list of top Post Office De- convention procedures with representatives at the meeting avoid what happened in a sister -
been registered in 264 coun- new voters were registered in
ties surveyed by the FBI, a Georgi partment Officials who metFiCing National President McAvoy. have appealed to all citizens city recently.

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: p..alci..More RiOtMf"' r,; Dr. James M. Nabrit Gets

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Lot of Negroes Not Improved UN Diplomatic Post

6d'1ko s..aos.. .,.fa"Rk.M.o.,_...-.- .n.--.osla*..c'w.._....__v_ ,_. ....;. __ -.A' _'_'"' -ltli Top

Unless "massive" effortsare proximatelY800,000Washing "All across the South -

undertaken to "improvethe ton is the only major city in people are still being murdered WASHINGTON-NPI-. will resign his House seat t] vacancy left by James S. Busha
lot of the Negroe masses" this country with a majorityof they are still being shot- James M. Nabritt, Howard take the post of ,U. S. representative Republican. .
New York City is a likely can- Negro citizens-close to But I think in the North, the University president since to the UN Economicand At the moment the bank,

didate for a Los Angeles type 60 per cent. It is governed bya problems are even more dif 1961, was named by President Social Council. first established in 1934. has .
riot, said Martin Luther Kingin three-man commission ap- ficult precisely because the yare Johnson last week to the new He will assume the post of $4 billion outstanding and a*
the but
pointed by ,
Washington Sunday. not in the open," he said. diplomatic team for the United Franklin H. Williams, also a capitalization $1 billion.
the real is held by the
power Nations. The team will serve Negro, who is expected to geta Taylor's new office is located
House and Senate District of
King his intention
Dr. King also said that un- Columbia Committee. repeated under Ambassador Arthur J. new assignment in Washington across the street from the
less Congress gives Washington i to appeal personally to Goldberg United States UN dealing with domestic White Housealthough he has
King sees a possibility of the leaders of North Viet Nam, ambassador.As affairs. set no date for his departure
home rule before it adjourns more violence by Negroes. lie
Red China Russia and the Hobart Taylor Jr., who from his associate special
"I think it will be ne- said that although great U.S. representative on
cessary to dramatize this is- strides have been taken to United States to end the war the Security Council, Dr. Na served President Johnson as counsel spot.Replacing.
sue-in a massive march oh help his race, "legislationacts in Viet Nam. He explainedthat britt holds the highest post associate special counsel,
Washington similar to our can only declare rights. he will act as a gospel ever assigned a Negro in the also was elected to a top gov- Taylor will be
march a few years ago." They never thoroughly deliver minister and not as a civil American mission to the UN. nment position. Taylor is Clifford Alexander, talented
with a population of ap them. rights leader. President Johnson, in an the first Negro to ever hold a young Negro lawyer who holds
pouncing Nabritt's appoint- major post in a U. S. financial degrees from both Harvard and
_.,, .. _._ .. ment during a press confer- as a member of
"'V ----- -- -- --' agency Yale Universities and now
ence last week, asked the the board of directors of the serves as special deputy as-

distinguished scholar to takea Export-Import Bank. He fills a sistant to the President.

i;OK Sought For' 2,400 Public from year's the predominantly leave of absence Negro

1- government supported school,

[L QW Rent Housing Units Here to spokesman.Also serve giving as Security up a top Council postto

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The U. S. Public Housing did not have time to study the Roosevelt (D.-Cal.(, 51, who

Administration refuted the PHA report, and declined to .. + a.e
Free Enterprise Association comment. r

Wednesday and urged federal The landlords presented a National Baptists Begin .
approval for 2,400 additional "confidential report" of a pri- r
public housing units in Miami, vate detective and the study
at a cost of about $25 million.It of a hired economist to prove r
Meet in Jax
has found a "great need the 40 per cent claim, and the Tuesday .rwe T
for decent housing" in the detective listed 41 families he
I estimated dele- of the confab this it
An 20,000 aivi year
bottom income brackets, the he said had excess incomes.
federal agency disclosed.The Martin Handrich, assistant gates and visitors will con- will be the same.
government said that programs director for the PHA verge on Jacksonville Sept. 7/ Dr. Jackson, pastor of his-
objections from the Free En- Atlanta office, gave figures to 12 to attend the 85th annual toric Olivet Baptist Church of
meeting of the National Bap- Chicago and one of the vice i
that of the
terprise Association were a prove 25 41 men-
mixture of conflicting state tioned in the report were eli tist Convention of America, presidents of the World Bap- &ir::

ments and erroneous statistics. gible for the housing benefits, U.S.A.Inc.The tist Alliance, was elected to ...+.. 1 ,
Composed of owners of ren- and pointed out other errors opening on Tuesday at the presidency of the Nationalin
tal units in Negro area, Free also. 8 p.m. will feature a musicale Miami in 1963, and has held
Enterprise has complained to Handrick said that even if presented by a mass choir di- the office since that time. His
the Housing Administrationthat the 41 families listed were ineligible r cte: I by Mrs. Annette Espy. administration has been suc- POPULAR COP One of the most popular and "
40 per cent of the occupants he wondered if 41 out t I Robert Bradley, convention cessful in spite of strong op controversial officers in the Miami Police Departmentis

of Miami housing units of 3,478 families would be ade- soloist, will also appear on position. 10-year veteran Jimmie Wilson. Jimmie directs down-
have larger incomes than the quate to conclude that 40 per the program. Dr. Mary Ross of Detroit,
maximum allowed. cent of all the families have The annual address of Mich., is president of the Wo- town traffic at Miami Avenue and First Street and isa

Harry Markowitz, president President J. II. Johnson is men's Missionary Department great favorite with local merchants and downtown
of Free Enterprise, said he (Continued on page 16) usually one of the highlights which meet? at the same time. shoppers. Johnson photo.TRHPORA .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September, 3, .1965 3

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'-d "fJ 'v'f- 4:0:---'t'n-xr.. ;: $.**v > 'Rf'i'f; ="t .flf NAACP Sets Goal of I

I Thinks 'Donald. Jones '(1 ri. 1 2,500 New Members ,

Wrong. Race, '1"'..A ,,'Ii ,. ,_ ,",f1an't.. ,..."',t,.,..,, ,.,.. ,k. ''''aDave.'JCenned '' The NAACP fall membership ther'Theodore Gibson, a mem-
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of'the NAACP of
; :> ; campaign here'has set a ber Board

: Y ,Y/ .. ,&goajof: 500 membersNAACP Directors, is the branch pre-
":;" !f :.iFVSrfda Field Director Robert sident.

I WANT A WINNEROne My knowledge; of the. political i!,:saunders: announced this branches Other which Florida will NAACP be hold- J

arena leaves a lot to be de- Vetlc.
of our leading citizens, sired. Nevertheless, t believe The campaign 'tobe: ,ing fall membership campaigns (
. rre who, incidentally, is a Negro, launched Sept .19. wilt be include Uberty City Oka- I
3 has announced that.he plans to the immediate objective of the under the direction of Mts. loosa dnd Homestead, Mr.
Negro community is to get .an (
run for City Commissioner. Being Elizabeth" Curtis. Fa Saunders said.' .
elected representative in 'our Esp '
a Negro myself, and realize'
local governmental, structure.
how important it is for our local a..
If this assumption is cored
government to be truly representative :.>.
7 then I am of the opinion that .
this announcementwas the ohancesv.ofAlly.. .Uonalfi /
indeed'gratifying; Wheeler Jones winning 'in his
This citizen, aceording to
chosen !slot; ",te nil. Running
my assessment, is very capable
incumbent is -
against an an ordeal
; and {t he should win, I, for anyone. It Is even; morean
believe he'' would mako Dade
iJ ordeal when that incumbent
County a good public servant.
has good record and area
M a you
this citi
However, attached'to
neophyte plus a Negro.Mr. .
zen's announcement was the Winner. otl+s '
/ Y 1w Jones, I Want a
fact that he was going to qualify .
It would seem to me that any i
for the slot occupied by the wIn 'Rr' 4 yBt11 / ,
individual who desires' to gti
incumbent Dave kennedy whichis in the up-coming election would, 0= A
also being sought by Edith' choose that slot vacated by the .. FREE.oettveny. DRUGlepust.ue
Bradley. When this bit of in
formation reached my eardrumand resignation of the very capableand also NW 15th AVRNl'K HiiroM Jolllvottr, Manager
amiable CommissionerAlice
vibrated to my brain, the Wainwright. In this' slot.

feeling of gratification was he wolud be running against two
.overpowered. It was at this
unknowns and no incumbent.
point that 1 ceased to respondas
Suffice it to say, his chancesof
a human being and began to e 'r'i
would be excellent.T. :
SORORITY SOCIAL During the recent Sigma Gamma Rho respond as a Negro

Sorority convention in New York, several members visitedthe W. Fair t

famous Small's Paradise Club and enjoyed a socia I ... v

evening. Chatting during the evening ,were (left to right) Brownsville Committee Formed

Mrs. Annie Neville, Grand &asjleusof( Rocky Mount, N.Ci .

Mrs. Willionr Jackson, representc !rvrlQrScKeiiley-lmpbrtl::! : I : f oji'i;;:!;:.: ; : T'o' Aid War On,' Poverty *: ,

Mrs. 0. A. Davis, first grand Anti.&asiTettS, of Baton Rouge, Marvin, Mark & Lavon Berry

La. and Mrs. Lucille B. Sheppard, grand epistolius. of. New Brownsville"residentsfol erty gets under way in. new
: sections of the county.
York. lowing the lead 'of the downtown The "target area" involving '

central Negro distict, Brownsville subdivisionis ,
have forme'd'a: Neighborhood the NW7hi
bounded on south by

Advisory Committee C2Jo.yelp"plan !Xin/ ?t....QI1-t: ;1;IVlt. '.J.7.tQ... Complete Line of Fine
Over the war oli'M. &: rfU1G'..
NAACP Registers ''" *'gdelldrid by'31th: : ;
their community-
Chairman of the new com- west.. .. GROCERIES & MEATS
Neal Adams, president of
16,000 in MississippiJACKSON munity is Vernon Lee Grice, the results-getting Browns, : w I)yVe guarantee everything; we sell)
a restaurant owner The Rev.
vile Improvement Association ,
C. V. Deans is vice chairman is a charter member of MAY WE SERVEr YOU?

and Mri.: Ann _McPheaiwsee.,i the Neighborhood Advisory 306 PEMBROKE ROAD
Miss. As of' rest 1,725; and Washington retary. ". I" ,4' Committee formed this week. '
Aug. 25 a total of 16,804 Negroes County 2,064.In i They were elected this The Brownsville Advisory HALL: AN DALE ,WA 3-0998
Washington Countywhere ; week at a meeting in the tem Committee will hold a public ,, 0
had become registered
whiles were much disturbed porary'conomic Opportuniy
voters this' summer through oVer. the. large numberof Center at 4820 NW 27th Ave. meeting Wednesday, Sept. 1, L. on;& Alice Ma, ..Borry(Owntrx) '.
the efforts of the NAACP. Negroes being registered, at 8 p.m. to discuss problemsin .' '
Center director J. D. Johnsontold ; : ,1 'i. i. 1
according to Miss Althea ;T. officials in the county initiated members of the new ad- the. community and decide ,, .,.' ..".. ., ,'
first. The ...A' : :ot!
L. Simone coordinator of the a campaign to register visory committee they have which to tackle J : !
project.In white persons. Since July 12 meeting will be at the center

addition federal registrars only 100 white persons have the power to board elect of representatives directors-, at 4820 NW 27th_Ave ____
to the
three become voters there, bring
assigned to
ing the grand total of both Negro of Economic Opportunity Pro
Mississippi counties, Jones
and white registration to gram, Inc. (EOP.),
Leflora an'd'Madi'son have
2164. EOPI is the organization
'. .CALLphr
8,370 persons charged with coordinating the FOR THE FINEST
their offices
war on povertyall across'Dade
earlier this month. These figures -
The central district .
however, do not include All Zetas are requested to County.
those persons registered bo present at the first offi- which har: an advisory
through NAACP efforts, Miss cial meeting and workshop, board of 50 members repre- BONDED

Simons said. September 4. The meeting senting 6,000 people alreadyhas
The NAACP scored a ma- scheduled for 3 p.m. will be elected two members to
jor breakthrough in Clairbornc held at the Bonded Collection EOPI's board directors...

had County been where extremely intimidatio successful n* Agency, 4150 N.W. 7th Ave. They are Morris Abrams RENiTALi.LtT !

in limiting the number of We need your participation.Come and Elroy Hill. They will be
persons attempting registerIn and meet your new of joined by representativesfrom : I
ficers and plan for a new sorority each of EOPI's five. nr.
three days this week the
NAACP coordinator reported, year. .get,areas" as the war on pov \ ,
NAACP workers were success- -- : A1nEic'TTi1'11'IIr[ ; : ?

ful in registering 200. Priorto PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
the appearance of the WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI L
NAACP only 50 persons, 1.2 oCUSTOM MADE
per cent of the 3.969 Negroesof c COLLECTION AND RENTAL
voting age, had been registered PLASTIC FURNITURE jjJ THE

Indicative voters.of the successof SLIP COVERSCIT1TAL AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; .OPERATING. IN

the NAACP Summer Pro- CUM
ject in the state are figuresby MAST OAIN:1 HON. L. L. BROOKS

country breakdown. Included Hit&YON0 5551515 1.51150? DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.Wy'fa .

in the nearly 17 000 figures .twur.sauflss ...+ PRESIDENT
racked up in July and M'S < ," ., '
Hinds County, o 1111II- u" ., { $a : ,
August are :
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2 2.350; Adams County, 2.550. ; .ilrte.u d'f.; :'v'f',: ( J.i: ;(:" ,c;;, : '
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County, 2.225; For- o o =AIR-nn=- "II SPECIAimNGm ISTlWAm oar o R ;"::;:, ,,';' i,1:;;"; : MANAGING 'AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN V. ,* : ,,

o P.fln- PLASTIC NIONT 'f UNITS .;; '
SLIPCOVERSEXCLUSIVELY s : :; f 10,000 :/ :
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fHONIWl .},-" i' ,' ',: ;'..>74.1 T'r'i'7; : :..,.;i.; ;' '
11 BUILDING YEARS OF SERVICE RESPONSIBLY TO house ot Grttchen 7-5031 i !t; '>>>,:,'.: Bonded!,:,also:employment :service ,of:'main!. ,office-, / ,

THE COMMUNITY Formerly Gretchen-Nicholat Plastic Covers -'A-. ::r1': ; ''1'1/- ,"t"f 4150, NW; 7th'. Avenue
Mien BUYING, BUILDING rft,;! ( mr\ assist In sotving'ydur problems -
J. fall time, public l>> reiatfonss'deportment. to you "t,

}CALL: STANLEY] 'r: "'Plus, a fleet of cars jiving door to door service for tenants convenience' ,: ',

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Built *M Y... Lot OtO1 <' .
or OwrtAttroctiv ..\ % $\0 /2,," : ,.J. '/' ", 4150 NW,1t1T Avenue PL 9-8733

Altf %, ) ..-=- s '' ifr *
j Vandoilsmrdonm ."b"w Is expenclve to oil. Pleat help o, stop this wnneeesBoryevlf..
tl.n.and Additions FUR "' : ,
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Hewt and Build Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty 4; 9 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU '
Lovely N.w H...

Call U> for Fact AboutBuilding "A Visual Message the Discriminating"with Flowers CorsagesFor 17325 Homestead ,"',-. 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 3-8416

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Cod Bank Financing a a L'r rrwTw) ;rr ,:Flower Garden <* 1019 Hammandvill. Rd. 3.3235 3801 Grand, Ave. HI, 5.1381]

"'1" ', BUILDERS I- Pompano WE 4240 ".W. 27th Ave HE 5.3466
AHlEY : .:. 'a i 14255 N.W. 22nd Ave.
1 1ncLicensed 6030 NW 7th AvtNve Opa-locka MU 8-0617 '

ls.rel Mao.tKru. FrU 4(30 PM to 8OOPM-Sof. 9:3Q AM to 6PMPHWJE7W9IH 'I! 512 N.W.ht Ave., Hollandale, WA 7.2434 ..

,j'ties M.,E.1ftlt S",'"* ', H8AHSWER CALL: NE 4-5601 1019 NW.6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, JA 4-3357

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 3, 1965 I. It r ..d't

Phil! OssoferThe Rtf feftif" New!

world is living in mor-
tal fear today because it has TMfboo,:'I'! !fNLtI
emptied itself of a positive I ,
form of fear the fear of
Editor and Publisher
1 God. "It is only the fear of .
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor -
Uod that can deliver us from
the fear of Wither-
Mmb.r of tho National Newspapers Publisher Association spoon.) man. ( REGISTRATION NOW PROGRESS FOR

YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 strayed far from the fear of ST. KINDERGARTEN
God, and so we fear man and : 1736 N. W. 3rd Court
Entered as Second' Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
his which the vio-
Office at Miami Florida, und.r the act of March 8, 1876 lence ways that now abounds cause in our School will begin Monday, August 30th

Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 cities as well as in the more TRAINED 'PERSONNEL HOT MEALS
distant 'parts of the world. E FREE TRANSPORTATIONHOURS
"CREDO tF THE NEGRO PRESS" "Fear is the tax that con-
The NEGRO PRESS believ.ri that America con best lead science pays to guilt." (Se- Sweeting, : FROM 7:30 AM5, PM
the world from racial and national antagonism whun It accords Margaret Rose
well.) The violence all aboutus
to every man regardless of race, creed or ,color his are of our own making. It dsughter of Rev. and Mrs. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
/w man and legal I rights. Hating no man, fearing no ,Tan.the is the effect brought on byour Harold Sweeting, 1757 leaves N.W NE 4'I'10 NE 5-2307
..." 0 Pros. strives to help every man In the firm belief that errors of the past. Slavery and 155th St., Opa-locka,
.II men are hurries long as anyo Is h.ld back. racial not Sept. 7 for Washington D.C. Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor
segregation were
where she will matriculate at
caused by God-fearing men .
'IThe surest way not to fail is to determine to sue- The truly God-fearing m en Howard University.i Miss
is 1965 graduateof
'ceed." Sheridan. were the abolitionists of sla-
North Dade Jr.-Sr. High ''
* * very days, and are the par- and a recipient of the (-';:., ,, ': : .t> "{\i,2 ''. '
ticipants in all types of civil School :
OUR BIRTHDAY rights activities who do not Zeta Phi Beta Finer woman- i: Jackson :$::;Ttiilf In

Wednesday of this week .was The Miami Times' fear men of ill-will. hood dramatist Award. She with WI the s an North active _. _..__ ,. n ..t. ,.
We would do well to go into -
43rd birthday. On September 1, 1923, we launched our the Scriptures for a refresher Dade noted Thespian Troop. REGISTRATION NOW GOING ON DAILY
little ship upon the troubled waters of journalism. We course on fear. "The Margaret is a 1965 debutanteand of
felt that Miami should have a Negro paper of some kindit fear of God is clean, enduring additional also a awards recipient and many tro- 10:00: A.M. TO 6:00 O.M. P.M.

could call its own. There was much to tell in the religious forever." (Psa. 19:9.) Be- ohms.
cause Abraham, through his '
educational and the social life of the com- fear of God, was prepared to The some Dependable Conscientious service,.
munity.We. sacrifice his only son, Isaac, f CENTERVILLA
did a bit of canvassing before beginning our the greatest blessing has KINDERGARTEN

venture. We must admit, we received very little en- been bestowed upon mankind.As TRAINED TEACHERS BALANCED LUNCH
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beginning. build this world into its des-
MONDAY AUGUST 30,1965Ptrry's
We have had many congratulations On our new tined state as God's earthly' .
look since changing to offset. For this'also, we are kingdom.
eful. lean count -
With your support, we shall continue to give you <
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< SOCIAL SECURITYMEDICAREMost sent the Hamid-Morton Circusat kid rglrtieR & Nursery

of us are pleased to know that our Social Security the Miami 'Stadium October ,,-----,-,,,_.. ,--.-.,-------" ,..-
IS, 16 and 17th. Elephants
check will be increasedand later on will come clowns, bareback riders, ae- you have a five year 1 WE OFFER:

medicare which will be Godsent for millions of people, rial acts, trained animals and old at your house? Well, he *Curriculum

making, life more desirable in their declining years. 300 world famous circus acts. or she can do just as well as 1
This program will cost billions of dollars. The Performances as follows: the writing above if enrolledat 'Individual resting cots
Friday, Oct. 15- 8 p.m. only; *
estimate for 1966 is set at $22,446,000,000.Where Saturday, Oct. 16-10 a.m. 2- St. Stephan's Day Care J Hot lunches

is all the money coming from? Everyone 30 p.m.v and, 8:30: p.m.; SundayOct. Center, 1781 M. W. 73rd St. *Field trips

should know this-the taxpayers. Bring. 17-:30 your p.m.moms and and 7 dads.p.m. Weekly fee $6.00.We I THERE WILL BE NO PICK UP AND DELIVERY

Beginningnext year, if you earn $6,600, a year you All for'tbe benefit of Miami's provide pick-up and I SERVICEFor

are going to pay $277.20 for Social Security, and your underprivileged children. Tic- delivery service for ages I 1

employer will pay the same amount. 1967 the amount kets $1.00 for children and through 5. For further Infor- j further information:

will be $290 for you and $290 for your employer.On $1.50 for adults. With reser- mation call NA 1.2144 or j CALL NE 4 8315 OR NE 8052
ved tickets available. Tic-
September 15 will receive check for that 758-6067. Register now.....
you a
kets can be purchased at the 4800 N. W. 24TH COURTAll
seven per cent increase. Mahi Temple, 1500 N.W N. School opens August 30th.
1 1J children enrolling must have health cards.
River Drive. Phone 6356451.See .
GEMINI 5 A WONDERFUL ACHIEVEMENTAll you there! J Mrs. lona Perry, Supervisor

Americans must be happy at the wonderful

achievement made inspace by Astronauts Charles Conrad ....
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and Gordon Cooper who safely piloted Gemini Five
3,382,000 miles through space at a speed of 17,500

i There hour.were times when it was thought that the astronauts *"' rAUTY

might fall far short of their goal because of M

some fuel difficulties; but they were able to overcome
these and made the eight-day landing they sought to W

accomplish.On tv' SU PLIES '"'t' '
< t.r
Sunday they received a right warm welcome

home, and congratulations came from many nations. t rT i.

This flight placed the United States again aheadof
Russia in space accomplishments.
In congratulating the astronauts, President Johnson _

"We want all mankind to be the beneficiary of tr __
what you have done and. know that you can continueto ,:

communicate America's message on the earth as in {i.: .
the skies.
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William O'Brle Owner ''
CONGRATULATIONS t < ; Mary Ood&a, Bookkeeper;
i..oigsj Route Sates; Mildred OgWn, 'Ro t. Sale F.k' '
; Croddocl
Warehouse. Mculageri Hot ,t-ow.u Emil
On August 22, the new St. James A.M.E. Church, tat; Percitpse Agent. '
erected at a cost of over $100,000, was dedicated.At ', ,:
the 11 a.m. service Ye Editor appeared at the '

door and had a peep. The church was all but filled anda FREE SCALPM THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONE FREE TROPICAL SCALP CONDITIONER
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$1.50 VALUE
i The dedicatory service took place at 3:30 p.m. with WITH PURCHASE OF YOUR FAVORITE| HAIR SPRAY AT
the Rt. Rev. E. C. Hatcher, D.D., LL.D., Presiding PARLOR

Bishop of the Eleventh Episcopal District, as speaker.
} This beautiful edifice is a glowing tribute to the WITH COUPON/ Recommended for wig wearers

Rev. J. Benjamin Blacknell and the congregation to Distributed by William J. O'Brien and Company

whom Ye Editor extends congratulations. . .I..I. . 'DO 8..Ii ttJtJtA


u __ ____ MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 3, 1965 5
Miamians learned with regret
\ the death of the Rev. MaxJ.
! Karl, director of the Flori-
da Region of the National
Conference of Christians and
l Jews 1956. Funeral serviceswere 1rN

r held on Thursday morning -

Mrs. Pauline Miller at 10:30.: Rev. Mr. Kar 1
Sephes and Mrs. Betty Blakleyof
was a Minnesotan, but livedin
Philadelphia, Penn. are visiting= Miami and are. the Y Miami for many years. He

house guests of Mr. and Mrs., Lawrence Graham, (Mania served as chairman of the
Hanna). churches and sjnagougea division -
of the United Fund and
j was a member of the board of
Staying at the Sherry Frontenac
are Mr. and Mrs.J. M the Greater Miami Urban Lea
M. Wilson and Mr. and
Mrs. N. Harmon of Cleveland gue. He possessed a friendly

Ohio. spirit, and was interested generally -
in the life of the com-

Friends of Pat Range are still talking about the munity.Mr. .
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get-to-gethe.r and the scrumptous buffet at his home on t FORT JACKSON, S.C. In recognition of his leadership '
Saturday night. t I' Yiel military bearing, and training proficiency, Private

Dr. Roy Boggs, director of l ly i William J. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Roach"of,

Bobby Lee visited with brother John and sister the Department of Anesthe- Miami, Florida, was selected as "Outstanding Trainee"of,

in-law Myrna for a week. siology at Flint Goodridge his basic training unit at Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
Hospital in New Orleans, y
Private Mitchell was chosen for this honor from approal.at.ly
along with his wife and four
Mr. Theodore Gibson, teacher at NorthwesternHigh children are visitingrelativesand 200 fellow trainees of Company D, 9th Battalion, 2nd

has been joined by his wife and children who friends here. Training Brigade, for his ex.mplory'p.rfor.ance from June
were in Tuskegee. Dr. Boggs also serves as 28 to August 20, 1965.
visiting anesthesiologist at His consistent excellence In marksmanship, Inspections -

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ellison were among those en- Charity Hospital in New Orleans I physjcaj training, ,and his untiring efforst in (earning
under direction of Tulane -
joying the tour to Los Angeles to attend the Postal University.His the many subjects taught in the intensive basic training

Clerks National Convention.Mr. mother is Mrs. E. B. program served as a constant example to the members of his

Evans and his father is Mr. company.
Joseph Cooper of Philadelphia is in Miami Clarence Boggs, both of Li- and Mrs. James Belton
visiting with his brother Canon Charles Cooper and berty City. are celebrating their 25th wed- '" ,'If" ...,," ." " " .sssss"
ding anniversary their home,
Dr. Boggs attended More-
other relatives.Mr. .
house College in Atlanta ,and 4 1350, 1965.N.W. 52nd Street, Sept. Join the NAACP
received his
and Mrs. Lorain (Wilma) Rogers and children medical degree Special friends are invited.
Meharryin Nashville. He took II" " " " " "I"'I'.
spent the summer visiting in the Northeast and Cana- residency at the University of

da. Illinois Research and Edu-
cation Hospital in Chicago.
) Sincere sympathy to the Brennan, Lloyd, Russell Upon completion of his residency :
; and Sheftall families. he attended Hammersmith 'LESS: THAN $200Q'1i; : Ia
College, London, En- r' :
I gland for post graduate work. \:" : ;'" : :, },
Mr. and Mrs. Ervie Wright and daughter recently He is Certified '
a Diplomate,
r returned from a vacation in Birmingham, Alabama. American Board of Anesthesia ,.CASHrUTS. YOU Rwd IH w..M>.wdrn THIS M'.w' Rw. JUSINESS. W
ology and a Fellow of the
American College of Anesthe-
Michael Crawford leaves on Saturday for More-

Boggs, oldest son is
studying chemical engineering PLANTS WILL BE READY FOR OPENING SOON
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McNeil are the proud parentsof at Harvard University

a baby girl, Courtney ,Lynn, born August 25.

Mrs. Clyde Willis and son, Clyde Jr., visited Mr.

and Mrs. Wilfred Major of Englewood, N. J. while in '|.'1GE%'FIN'AIIIEIM --, .TKAINIlitAVAILA'LI.I|
the area. They visited the World's Fair. .,

Isabelle Young is vacationing 'in Grand Bahama t

forji week. ... FR 4-3177

The Robert Chesters (Bob and Lottie) formerly of

Tallahassee, but now living on Long Island, N.Y.,
spent last week visiting relatives and friends throughout

.. ,, ;
the state. .mf'Ii'i: ? CROWS Naturally from Healthy the HAIR Normal ROOTS Hair '' -G'R I'N'Grnr J

Invitations are in the mail for the wedding of Phyllis in YOUR hair SCALP.often The d. condition eC .!i\\ A' ND"----O" P'E"N f "

Rogers and Prentice Patrick Cooper for Monday, the your on the natural health hot gout ,.1'p, ',,,,,,,,,'lti"f' '

sixth of September in Washington, D. C. scalp.NOT 1 Invented Years ago a DOCTOR medicated CAR-tar ,!, ;{ ',:, _.. Qe : :" :\>. t ,:
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formula called CARBONOEL M < "t: I""i > ,
Congratulations to the Earl. Dinkins and the Fran- which It mixed with many prov.., Y \ "I" '
en beneficial Ingredient CAKBONOEE FF KINGHOMlSPark '
cis Clarks who are both cuddling pink bundles.Don't 1s such a strong power ,; \ I : : :
ful antiseptic and does
such Tina :
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work In helping an ITCHY .
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miss a three-and-a-half-hour NBC news BUMPY, DANDRUFF scalp thaimany : IN" /> ,
retard U highly

special on United States foreign policy, scheduled" for scalp and PRESCRIBE troubles. Many it for annoying many lallif,1 W as h IltO.__ : \' ; ;;;:1'+.
of to be called American '
the night Tuesday, September 7, externally caused scalp condition fH'1t., :> ,
White Paper". It will trace the growth of Ameri- are greatly relieved by the &" *\.- .,, NORTH WAIM! BEACH 'I" :i.t a>t' ..
use of this Triple strength tar 'd. ca's role in world affairs since World War II. formula Write for this DOCTOR'S
now. It will be sent to you all Supervised Playground and Swimming Pool See the Brand Hew Models
mixed and ready to use USB XT
Handsome Forbes is ill at Palm Springs Hospital, FOR 7 DAYS, and if you are not
and Famous Chef Belcher is at Christian. satisfied, your money back. Pay
eludes only 91.39' everythingDon't on delivery. This Tan: :'' 1420 NE 152nd TerraceCOME

Mattie Strachan and children returned to Nassauon penny. more.. Use o the :finest I MEDI-full i
Monday aboard the SS Florida after a visit with GATED SCALP FORMULA your
Mrs. Beatrice Rahmings Robinson. scalp deserve fine care. Just send
your name and address to--COLO MORE GORGEOUS
Mavis Davis is convalescing at home after sur- Dept. ,it 2 Shee flays
Brooklyn '$' N.Y. : TillS
gery at Cedars of Lebanon.Mrs. FORMULA carries a 100% writ
ten money bade fuaraatee. ; .
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Francina Lewis Robinson has taken time off

from her duties It Gilbert Einstein's Medical Centerin THE POWER OF PRAYERARE
Philadelphia to visit friends and relatives. She and

her son, Frankie will also vacation in the Bahamas be- YOU I '

fore returning to Philadelphia.Get .
Sick, troubled, unhappy?

well wishes to Mrs. Viola Crawford, Mrs. Need Help? *w .

Annie Dean King and Alonzo Paschal. Send (for your prayer clothe

today. Also birthdate. Con I


Various activities were spon. PLANNING Delta P. 0. Box 6326 3 Bedroom 2 BathsFROM
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included chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho ,
chapter which .
visiting of the Pops Summer met at the home of Basileus
Concert the Pageant of Miss Eunice Liberty on August 21 to ;
America and Miss Universe and plan activities for the ensuing 4 Bedroom 2 Baths
the World Alliance, at year. An evaluation of the activities t
Baptist '
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for the implementation .
Hall. The Rhoers collected aid and plans I' AND
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at the Para Villa Conva- for the year 196566. YOU MAY CHOOSE YOUR OWN\ LOT
of the local'
visitedthe The
lescent Home and also

Golden Jollivette Agers and Project served for the din- study chapter of was the reviewed.Constitution A will full 1965 KING HOME

ner to persons unable to go to begin in the September meet- LIVE LIKE ROYALTY IN A / t

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Annual Brunch Visiting sorors were Misses WILL BE
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dents returning to college and rolled in St. Augustine I
those entering college for the Cassie Plummer a graduate]
first time. of the same school. I MODELS OPEN D4ILY I IDGTHE


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.. u____ _____ THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 3. 1965 7

Over on' 17th Ave. at 52nd Street you will not OME ONE! COME !
find a show, but there is a good place to spend an ev r '
erring in The Blue Note They only' sell beer and wine, !' E ALL"l
but they specialize in barbecue ribs. Say' hello to tL
Rusty for me It has just come; to my ears tnrougn'the UNIQUE'S' jLU$ ,
grapevine that a White machine will back a Negro '
to run for a public'office;in the,next election, in orderto : !$ :>iIITL1Dri7dRi3v
'''' '' <<' t '
split the Negro vote so'that they can get their man i: i; .t' \ 1-; .
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into power. Money is no objective., ":\':.:.:;.;;." "... .. .
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G. ';jiv;"'"" < ""/"" A" '
BONDU weekend '
DAVE drive this
BY I Y'all be careful how you '"_IJV" x' "
'cause I'd like you to,be around next Friday so you : '
It, has been brought to my attention by one of can read the rest of this mess. That is why I always D Mi'.lnii.il( l OCK TILT
our dynamic public relations men that the Police Department say, Live Life, Every Golden'Minute: of PEACE! DONATION $1.21' TABLES FREEoniGNAi

of our city and county are not fully integraled. -
The policeman. who ride in squad cars should be
integrated, so that we will not have unfortunate incidents
that have happened in other cities resulting
from two white policemen who might break up a disturbance -

in a Negro,neighborhood where claims might ..,
be. made of brutality and where resentment might
flareup from onlookers.If there is a Negro policeman sa m '
present, the resent would. not be as great. Thereare #
no Negro meter maids. even the police l department a '
0" StPT '
cannot say that there are ,no qualified Negroes 3. '
who can work as meter maids and pass out a ticketif ..,.
the red flag is upWheneVer we mention Negroes'on .S /0"r .5"6
the motorcycle squad, everybody hunches up their lit,
backs like a cat facing a dog. If those of you who ls AI
read this column would just write a post card to ab ""Go
Mayor Robert King High and one to Mayor Chuck Hall
we might get some action on these matters.This move
cannot be made overnight, but if we push now-it
should not take more.than a few weeks, and we'll ...t$ttQ
see some changes. Let's get those post cards going .
Let them know that you the people'speak.. N4C.f (alt
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PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: CARMEN .#* .** *tt,jf* />" <: ffr J:




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Clyde Killens says everybody in Dade Countyhas
been asking when he is going back into the
nite club business. As far as Clyde is concerned, he
has fallen in love with what he is doing and that
is living a life of leisure and he looked good too + .DO THE' '45DIRECT '
"The Glass"as he is commonly known, goes to bed
early, watches TV. Roes to movies end gets plentyof
rest.Aside fromthat hs sez he's going to start play rr FRO*
ing golf. All this means that the man with the gol- *. LA$ VEGAS k
den touch is cooling it for a while. Maybe some day
day he will return like ,L / AND 3
General McArthur did when
he went back to see his old .. ,. SHINDIG T.V. ';

friends. ..
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MENT: My Cousin's Place 1
has gone all out this Labor
Day weekend by bringing to
you the most. unique perfor-
former you'll ever hear. The star of the Ed Sullivan
Show, the Jack Parr Show and many others, song hum- ------------1
Steve DePass and his accompanist and gui tarist Non-Surgical Office .
orist, Fi
I C3yW *'') B WW RsW B *'PI *"*i 'w
Across the street, the James Club brings back I Treatment 1I -
the one and only Chickie Horne, and Wildman Steve j RUPTUREPILES : Mr. will be the emcee. Billy Miranda and his Royal Sheiks
I Rectal Diseases Varl-
and Benny Lattimer with Freddie Scott and a big ,

surprise will also be there further on up the road I lost case time Veins-, Discard Prostate Truss- Ho I 1I ... ;:, GMNEH\. II," XTH. STOEgT,A $'*.'2KD" AVHWE_ ". t,
of the hottest record from Chicago will '
one groups
Upon Correction of : \ \, PRESENTS'. ,
make its way into the Club Continental. They are the I Low : ', -
Sharpees, plus Carl Roberts and the Kittens A-Go-Go I cost. :; ,-_--
Music will be furnished by the Original Cousins I ,'
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday! September 3.. 1965 _._ _,--0

I, .1 1 Kemieth Walker in Trainiiia to-Become Principal 1 ] r tatal

| Kemeth D., Walker, former the' administration Internship
Secondary School Principals soed by his university, lie ubdet'
curriculum assistant at North' (NASSP), a department of the woks under the principal of project since it began -
Dade Hih in Opa-locka is National .Education Associa the high school to which he is 130. About 200 new Interns and
Tenants-Clients FR
spending a year at South Miami tion. is attached. will be added during the To: Our 9-8451; Miami Tune,
Junior.High School the General Public 6740 N.W. isth Ave, OX
as an The trainee's expenses, Walker's home town is two years. K
intern training to become a and a portion of his salaryare Miami. His sponsoring univer- This special training for Dear Friends: ; .Hutchinson's Realty
secondary school principal. paid from a $750.000 Ford sity is the University Miami future" principals said Dr. J. S178N.W.17th Ave.,691-5611
The training is being canned Foundation grant to the at Coral Gables. His supervising Lloyd :Trump NASSP associate On Saturday, September Corbars Restaurant. "W .w,
3rd Ave.
out in outstanding secondary NASSP. ,Each student, who principal is Miss secretary and director of, 18, a group of his friends are
schools under a project. .must be a candidate! for an' Christine Young. the internship project is 10 tendering a, testimonial dinnerto May we ask that you give
establshed two years ago by advanced'degree in secondary' Counting the current year's help to re-educate teachers in our mutual friend LutherL. this your prompt attention in

....the... National Association of ..!.school administration, spon- t group of 73 interns, the total new me thods of education.......-- the Brooks Miami, in Springs the Playhouseat Villas. order necessary that arrangements.Time we may make. the

r J i WAKE IN Ml AM DISC JOCKEY'S i We feel that you.will wishto : Cocktails 6 to 7
CTYIDWVEHM join us in this tribute to p.m. Seating 7 to 7:25 p.m.
/ NOW PLAYING DINNER KEY AUDITORIUM a man who has done so very sharp.
THROUGH much for the building of this Some of the members of
8:30 P.M'to 12 communityand who has givenof the committee of IQQ planning .
THEATRE TUESDAY himself so unsparingly for the dinner are: Dr. E.
to 4 S.
its betterment. Shirley,Rev. H. E.S.Reeves'Dr. ,
SEPT. Nth Tickets for the dinner are W. A. Chapman, Dr. Sey.
500 MILES OF GUT WRENCHING SUSPENCE! SAT., ..' $7.50 each, and you may order mour Fox, J. R. Taylor,
In the greatest battle of men and the number of tickets you Clyde Killens,Charles North
rating machines of our time N PERSON STAR"OF STAGE SCR EN, TV wish by contacting these Summer Hutchinson, Clarence
places: Ca/le, W. O. Perry, \\ilie ii-\
Bonded Rental Agency, Richardson, Art Green,
7 Inc., 4150 N.W. 7th Ave., PL P. R. Elco Cobar, chairman:
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II Negro. Public Relations P 1 lest eeeeete Biysl>eie mlie's

Agent Sells ConventionsTwo _F .. 1',................:-- m '-_ ,- ,

booked and a probable third

Is being sought that collectively ,I W"rf. U".4: t. ft ... .t'..:' "', '...:,..t :' 8220 N.W. 14TH PLACE
would attract some 3- ;; : .J"'u-h ".>. .....: > ._. '.:;,:>V" '. ;,

500 delegates and visitors like new.CBSFIa jolousied windows
of Miami within the EARL EDWARDS, PROP. room
the City
Bargain at $9,800 $250 down and $62 Month.
next two >ears.Lew AYE.
Price director, Mi PHONE 759-1422 4409 N.ff. 7TH

ami-Metro Department of
Publicity and Tourism, in 1942 N.W. 85m STREET

acknowledging conventions the said singingof ,"The Modem CBS, awnings, appliances, furniture, bargain t tat

additional revenue generated &JJ $8,350 $250,down and $52 months x. _..

should by theseconventiondelegates boost our economyby HUE NOTE, BAR, 1365 N.W. 86111 STREET
three-quarters of a million ( ryI
dollars. ? 5211 NW' 17 Ave Lovely CBS, large fenced yard, appliances
This accomplishment by $750 down, no qualifying, move right in
Aawrence E. Batchlar, one ... s' * *
I 1k T6. F .fII..t Bar'In Town ; 1 .
of our public relations agents -
who Visited Talla- r Large 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, fenced, tile roof
hassee and New Orleans 1 ." ... Only $11,000, $350 down and $63 month
out-of-state *
his first trip
on WpI Come in and say "HtHo" to
the need for
a dearly more exhibits concerted effort if we M r Elinor, Foots, Bessie, Rusty, lye, George, Douglas I860 N.W. 86TH TERRACE

.... expect these groups to respond I ( Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, carport, fenced, appliances
Price added. 1 COLD! COLD! BEER FINE WINES No qualifying, $1,500 down, move right in
First of the conventionsto
be signed was Frontiers In Tallahassee, Itatihlar HICKORY SMOKED BAR-B-Q RIBS *
huddled with I Florida A. and To here takeout:
International, Inc., In a tele- eat or
M. University's: President MANY MORE HOMESIF
phone conversation to his WE HAVE
Joerge \\'. Core, Jr., }Head I
:Miami District Deputy, Ernest -
t N. Taylor, Marcus Coach "Jake" dalther and Every Night is 'Fun Time' at the ''NOTE YOU ARE BEING DISPLACED, LET US
Neustadter, Jr., president of Dr. William 1', Foster, band HELP YOU BUY ANY FHA HOUSE $100 DOWN.
director, to discuss plans for
the organization, directed
It the 1965 December 4, Or-
Taylor to begin proceedings
Blossom Classic foot
geared toward holding thegroup's ange ,
ball held annuall in
game I
t regional meeting
the Orange Howl.; Life RealtY
4 here in mid-April of next Broker
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home ,

year.The Bar 4,000-member Association National seined -- NOTICEAdult 4932 NW 7th Avc. PL 9-4371
Miami over Atlanta Open 7 Dave Per Week Even in nil Houston during the closing evening typewriting
session of Its lour-day class will begin Monday, Aug. 39 NW 39th St.
(t invention in New: Orleans 30 at the Booker T. Washington
\uuust 7. Junior Senior High Schoo I extra large room '#" '1" " '#" " " NM/MN
lovely porch,
Large rooms,
NBA President Theodore from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Miss
\\'. Coggs of Milwaukee Estelle Walter, instructor. and kitchen (for den, playroom or income.). Join the NAACP0aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaf
flounced the group will convene sep 18 roofno termites, A-1 shape.No .
in Detroit in 1966, "it Oak floorsnew " ." " #" '#" " 1" #.

\\ill be in : linmlln WH7"he qualifying, move right in, no closing

aid, MASTER BARBER costs. $1,000 down, $87 month ((15 years). '

counterpart The NHA, National and its female Association $10,500 total price. Hurry! 5 Finest Selections in Miami E

of Barristers' ROBERT L. PITTSis
- \\'iv cs, Inc., hold concurrent Call Owner WI 59886Buy a LOVELY HOMES OPEN =
meetings that jointly are exi now employed at J NEW LOW DOWN PAYMENTS Jj

|cried to attract some 600lawyers Dave's Artistic Barber U EZ Terms Less Than Rent a
and their wives Shop .
The I (})0-member() Su-
pic-nie Lodge Knights olI'lnlhias' = 2323 N.W. 85TH STREET a==
August biennial 1070 N.W. 62nd Street H (I lInt| look expensive. To see me is to buy me.) pj
A Home
convention Is being sought Today 5 I am a brand new bta.tlM 3 bedroom, 2 bath with II

l"i tlii'H-ar UW7 m family room and garage. 1 block from school, 1 block mj
PICK ONE NOW from busses and 4 blocks from North tide Shopping HCenter.

FHA DEALS ALL CBS = 6020 N.W. 21ST AVENUEBeaetlfel =

EDISON SpecialsOPEN i 22330 S.W.118TH I COURT r CBS 3 bedroom, two both, oak floors, tile a

3 bedrooms, $250 down, $59 month roof and carport. $450 down. $85 month. JJ

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SUNDAY I -6 P.M. B Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, pies Flo room. Only 2 NI
2010 N.W. 85TH STREET old. only. B|
1840 N.W. 41ST STREET down month years By appointment .
2 bedrooms, Fla room, $250 $58
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2 bedroom CBS house, plus 1 bedroom CBS cot 1431 N.W. 90TH STREET 4625 N.W. 16TH AVENUE =
tage. Neat and clean as can be. Small down pay down month
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closing co tts.97.97 month.I3SIN.WL62ND. aII
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OPEN SUNDAY 2 6 THE FOLLOWING CBS, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, on fenced corner .

354 N.W. 43RD STREET 1461 N.W. 38th Street =1 lot. $450 down, $13,5 00 total "''ce. :I

2 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS home.Cutest kitchen you -0- 0
wk down
2 bedrooms, 2 porches, $22 $250
ever did see. FHA total $11,800. $300 cash, p 1888 N.fc 82ND STREET 5Gorgeous
$73.75 month. No closing costs. 2222 N.W. 86th Terrace .
2 bedrooms, $300 down, $95 month Bread new CBS, 2 bedrooms, on corner lot. Owner N
OPEN SUNDAY 2 6 P.M. wOlfs offer. $60 per month pays ..II.I .
3274 N.W. 68th Street -- oSPECIAL -
335 N.W. 43RD STREET $50 down, $18 week. = Ni

: 3 bedroom, 2 bath, enclosed garage, extra large 2770 N.W. 55th Street I:i NOTICE! B

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: FHA value $12,000.$300 cash. No closing costs YOU FOR ONLY $100 DOWN PAYMENT YOU, CAN B
1855 N.W. 43rd Street I: OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON H
1 bedroom, $50 down, $18 week FHA.
: NO QUALIFYING AS LITTLE AS $279 CASH 1534 N.W. 44thtStreet .

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 3, 1965 j


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W. E. Sims pastor
A. L.. Stephens reporter ,Rev. D. A. Bradley pastor. P. W. Wiggins, pastor COUNCILThe
Louise McGriff.,reporter Willie Powell, reporter
The pastor and official 'Council 'met utWed-

staff wish to thank each and Sunday morning we had a September' 12 will be a Pew nesday at St. Luke Baptist
everyone for making the Re- wonderful Sunday School lesson Rally given by Group One., Church the Rev. Thedford
vival a great 'success. The Our Sunday School is Bro. Casey Graham captain. Johnson gave the invocation.A .
TEMPLE BAPTIST Lord wonderfully blessed us. growing more, each Sunday. September 24 at gp.m. letter was presentedfrom ANNOUNCEMENT
On last,Sunday morning at The morning message was delivered Group Two will sponsor a mu- the NAACP by Mrs. Bessie The Ministerial Alliance.
sical tea with Deaconi H.. Lundy of the South Florida -Conference -
First Sunday services will 10 a.m.fourteen. candidates by a visiting minister. L. Brunt urging the min
be held as usual. The Lord's accepted Christ by baptismand ,The evening message was delivered as captain. isters to stress from their pul- African Methodist EPiscopal
'Supper will be administered eleven members were ad-. by 'our pastor.' The September 19 the No.l pits the drive'for membershipin Church. Miami area
Usher Board will celebrate its
both morning and evening and ,ded under Christian experi choirs sang wonderful. sun- that organization. will open their fall meetings
'' day is the first Sunday in anniversary. Prayer"meeting William, on Monday September 6 at
the choirs will serve jointly. ence. We truly had a glorious The Rev. P. W.
The women are urged to time through out Sunday.We ,September you who have ',visited and Bible Class each Tues expositor then taught the'lesson the new St. James Church,
attend the weekly meetingto invite each of you to our church we would day at g P.m. for the week "Pressuresfrom IS4'N.W.. 65th St.. Rev. J.
formulate plans for their annual worship with us this Sunday. love to'have you come again. May we continue to'visit Within.". B. Blacknell.pastor
the sick.
drive and to completethe Communion service is 7 p.m. Our pastor and delegatewill

appointment of committees. Let us continue to pray for be leaving for the national ODD FELLOWS SPONSOR' ,,;,, _..:,:_ "'''..-...- VvNA M .
Chairman Mary Saun'dersand the sick and shut-ins.. convention to be held
Co-chairman Anna Mc- in Jacksonville. The pastor's EXCURSION TO KEY WEST WIGLET HAIR STYLES .
Donald are asking; the full wife deacons and their wives -.' kiss tMIet ..**
MT. CALVARY MB.. ..... ..,.wMiw.
will also attend. Let Us
cooperation of everyone so as pray East Light Household of s. MMIMN for PIOI&JM"CINIH
to make this the most successful Rev. S. Atchison. ,'pastor that they will have a safe trip Ruth No. 2416. Grand United M w wM M./. Mk. If tile
Woman's Day in the Constance Carter reporterAll and return safeRemember Order of Odd Fellows arc .., 'w w M Mr ...... LMb M'
history of the church. They the sick and sponsoring an excursion to '=:'..:fist M.N.r W IM k5 :=" rwr M./.

say that it can be done and Christians are urged to shut-ins and those who are Key West on.Labor Day September IASY TO STT.
it must be done. attend church on Sunday Sep bereaved.SUPPORT. 6. THe bus will leave ATTACH ttJTYUt
On Sunday. Sept. 12. the tember 5, for an important ob at 6:30 a.m. from the home of COMES INlIGULA.
Rev. Michel P. Khermirimis servance. We can remember Mrs. Nellie Graves 1936 NW AND
sionary from Tunisia North Jesus by partaking in the 59th St. This will be the first TNNxEa STYlISt
Africa will be the speaker at. Lord's Supper for Jesus said, pickup. The final pickup will Jet Off Iu.ck
the 11 a.m. service. He and This do in remembrance of be at 7:00 a.m. from 11th St. o.rt sown r73o' "MISTT"Ma.d $.
his wife are on a mission in me.".St. Luke 22:19.: G..v
and 3rd Ave., then on to Key .... Stl.amW.r MIa.1.41L11
fthe United States to raise We extend to our pastor West Fare roundtrip: $6.00. P
funds to build an orphanage the best of wishes on'his tripto YOUR Fof ckets contact Mrs. AADDO KF'
in their native land to help the National Baptist Convention =, Sarah A. Jones at FR 4-5858;

'poverty-stricken children and which will conveneon Mrs. callie V. Rollins it QX
to establishmchristianitywhere Tuesday, September 7. YMCA 13025; Mrs. Nellie Graves at
only Mohammedanism May the Lord bless and keep .
exists. him. NE 5-5805 or any member of
Household of Ruth No. 2418
The missionary comes
highly recommended by those --- toaui ti.urLMuu.nictti II."
'who have heard him, and the IBBIIIfeHMNIBBBBURBBBHIBILet 'nu : turn 'U.seota
public is invited to come. Get H. J. Benson pastor MtoAi HAM raoovcrt....
first hand information of con Flossie Marshall reporterA .M.T.f......lIIU ft sa.q.a.d -.y, .....,.. ,.

ditions in that country MnM.t. wMd CMaI M M.1.1. N.
wonderful week of revival Your Boy .., inn, *m-l. /720"LE-PETITr-$1.50
GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN with much success with =. t:. =w.fir.. s..n Flu w.. N. Afes NeW rs1ttrE.I .

six converts. Rev. Hudson .. ,,,--.....
preached many of the old favorite -
Rev. W. F. Savoy PastorWe sermons such as, "pro- "u" OPERATE HIS
---- - --
dical Son etc.
hope tohave a full con- Six were baptised Sunday f
gregation this i communion morning at the 11 a.m.service.The OWN BUSINESS I I
Sunday morning. As we look Usher Board held its THE SHERMAN HOTEL ,
t forward to a progressive and anniversary program Sunday It I /
challenging Autumn season. with much success with Rev.
'At 7:30 this Sunday evening Fayson of Mt. Zion of Opalocka [He can get started j I AND ANNEX .1
we will have our Christian as their guests. we
education workshop, supervised were so glad to have Mrs. Ma-
by the Christian edu- tilda McPhee of Greater Bethel only Air Conditioned Lounge I
cation committee. with us Sunday.
Condolences to Mrs. V. Budget Day is on the second I
Hutchinson and family, at the Sunday in Seotemher. I FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE II
loss of her husband the late There will be a dinner sale I

Harold Hutchinson who will for the Woman's Day drive. I COLOR TV IN lOBBY
be funeralzed! Saturday af 2 Mrs. uenson ana Mrs. Rankin
.p.m. at Grace Presybterian
are charge.
Church; Mrs. V. Russell and Don't forget Woman's Dayon IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK ,All rooms contain wall to: wall carpeting,
family at the loss of her husband the fourth Sunday in Octo-
who will be funeralized ber. Mrs. Ada Williams chair- ITS EASYl ITS FUN! phone and bath

Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Holy
Redeemer Catholic Church; man.We are planning Carnival Here's how.
and Mrs. Claudia Taylor and on the Saturday before the .... I Permanent Guests: $8 & $9 per week

family at the lost of her third Sunday. Admission 50$. First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for Double OccupancyI
grandmother who will be fu All game s,and food free. Come I
neralized in Key West. and bring your friends and 994. Sell them for 15{ a piece. You make 66{
let's have fun. This is for all I By the day: $2 & $3 per day
the folks. profit. With this profit plus your original 99< in*

McGHANEY SPEAKSIf Sailer's Chapel regrets to vestment, you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat Double Occupancy
hear of the passing of Mrs. thru )
( September
God be for us, who can Julia Gallon's brother. this process until you are selling 50 or more
be against us? Isn't it a I
papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times,
wonderful feeling to have sucha
Father, as the Heavenly ST. JAMES AME CHURCHRev. you will make $3.00 profitfor yourself each week. Completely furnished 1 bedroom apts. light

Father? Isn't it a gloriouslife J. B. Blacknell, pastor and free. week
water 22.OOper
I -
to know that you are never Bert Cooper reporter gas
alone? I often wonder why CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE I
do I worry about my affairs The ugustltes ended their I

they have always come out monthly rail on Sunday. Under 6740 N.W. 15TH AYE. OX 1-0421
465 NW 41h St. FR
fine regardless of my worry the leadership of Mrs. 91751J
ing. I think we are doubtfulof Miriam Martin the group reported .......UNIUNIIRIRI.. I1
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knowing that we are God's a total of $476.62 -
children no matter what we bringing the grand total to -
are, or what we do. lie is always date from these rallies to
ready and waiting to $1,795.65. Now the September j
over look what we are, and to month takes over with Mrs.
forgive what we do that is Classic Porter as chairman.The 2 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, on double lot, $400 Over 100 homes to choose from, as low as

wrong. So I will say that group is sponsoring a 1 down, $61.50 month. 20 yrs. FHA. $100 down .with 221 certificate. FHA and
something got to be wrong in party at the home f Mrs. Ann ********** Bank Financing.

our heads not to serve sucha Smith on this Friday night. Ttf '"""'"
wonderful God. .
Romans A' >
8- The members of the Male : F' < :i ihH.#
28. So until a later date if Chorus are urged to meet at I &W N.W. 47TU TERRACE < ','. N ,,' Af"':
God's will, thanks, and God ,'. 2424 .W. 44TH STHOET:' :" :;} i
the church Saturday night. Men I : ;
bless you all.GREATER please be present. I j '3 bedroom, CBS, Fla teem. many'y ,extras,'.No.:, \,.. 2 bedroom CO*'with WgW;po:>cUrTftl4\:-,;>>!

Members should kno that qualifying. $9QQ 'dawn, :$94 month. pays all.:', .:. .} (ot.Private'efffcioscy far extralitivaeHnr" t'd '" Y;*

NEW MACEDONIARev. Friday Love Feast night.will This be is held just on a ; .. ********** '. 'V" wood floats f{ ,< fence, tilt, baths% everything .'

Roscoe Jackson, pastor reminder in case you have for. 777 N.W. J7TH.STREET ,\ : >, ; $790 down, $80 nonA, Full. price only $10,900.
Willie J. Beard
reporter gotten. .
May I remind you, too that 3 bedrooms 2 bath, CBS, tile roof; hard ,. '.." 1 I. N.\t.1 TN.sTREEt, ':'. .
Services on last Sundaywere the kindergarten school openson wood floors* Only $100 down ,with'with'r221a ..;' :" ", "'..r. :;'0'ft':,J'. .
: :
as usual. On Sunday Monday and those of you ,.,.tlliea....: Full price $10,500., $61.82.month." .' Udroom. CBS, 4 years olLHo'quaIifyingc'' !( : '%"',
night we had baptismal ser- children ready for ., .
who have Fu. $700down.$85 .onn.. ', '. ',,
vices and six took on Jesus kincergarten, please register .. ."
by the ,water baptism. Rev. them with St. James. We havean .f
Everson delivered the soul. efficient and capable staff OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK TO SERVE YOU Wy

stirring message, taken fromSt. and they want to make our
Matt. 3rd Chapter.On school one of the best.
Sunday we are expect- UNIVERSAL REAL ESTATE

, ing a high time in the Lord.

week journeying to Jacksonville -

to attend the National TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 4600 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone
Baptist Convention. Let's CHURCH SUNDAY 751-8642
pray for his safe return back.

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Ii NAN of 4620 NW 11th Ave.. NW 16th Street, died at' his
: DS-MEMORIALS died Aug. 29. Die had lived in home on Monday, August 23. He Ranches l"
Miami for more that 44 year. leaves to mourn his passing a
Survivors are a sister, Mrs. wife, Carrie of Jacksonville; News'
Catherine Basden. Serviceswere a niece. Miss Lucille Reddickof
held Monday at Mt. Oli and host of other
I: IN MEMORIAMIn FRANCIS Church. Walter Bow.
vette Baptist relatives and friends. Services
\ In loving memory of our sad but loving memory of JAMBS ROLLE of 14* _- held August 27 at 4 P.m. in the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smithof

(4< esr mother and aunt MRS. BERTHA PETTY NW 4th Place, died Aug. 27 MRS. LIZZIE FLUELLEN Chapel. 4531 S.W. 28th St.. West
'f at Jackson Hospital. Services of 1812 NW Slat St. died Aug. Hollywood will sponsor a
MRS. '
ALBURY' who died' August 29. 1964 Saturday at 2 P-m. at St. Mat. 16. Survivors are three sons MRS. MARY JORDON of track meet Labor Day, Mon'

who departed this life August thews Baptist Church with Ramsey. Thomas and James; 3121 NW 55th St., died August day, Sept. 6 at. the Carver
29, 1964. Richard Petty and Family Rev. N. F. Clark officiating four daughters, Mary Kiliens, 21. She leaves t mourn a husband Ranches Park. Come out,
May she rest in peace and Remains will In the Annie Mae James, Lillie Mae and and let
repose Eddie Jordon; two sisters, boys girls us run
'let ,
j light perpetual shine upon CARD OF THANKS chapel beginning at 4 p.m. on Cornish and Allbertha P oker Ora Howard and Mae Willie track.
her. then in the church nine grand children and other three
:The family I of the late 7 Griffin of New York City;
Clinton and a Albury, a.m. Saturday until funeral relatives. orotners, Torp Taylor of Atlanta The South Broward VFW
M'V Sons : ., f time.'Survivors include son, ; Willie Ed Taylor and William Post No. 8195 meets Sunday
Lillian Green, Daughter I Yorick; a daughter, Mrs. Ive MRS. ELZADIE FLEM- Taylor of Miami also several Sept. 5 at 5 P.nu at 4816 S.W.
Victor Kemp, Nephew Burrows; three brothers sis MING of 1305 NW 64th St.. nieces and nephews. 17th St. Members, be present.
Gwendoline Kemp & Lydia ter and other relatives. died Aug. 23. Survivors are Our 1965 membership drive is
Spicer, Nieces three daughters Fannie Lee MRS. JUSTINA LLOYD of on.
:' ERNEST RUSSELL of 2431 McCray, Blonnie Lenon and 434 N.W. 10th St. died Aug. 25

IN MEMORIAMIn :" ; 4, NW 63rd St., died Aug. 29. Lucille Randall; four grandchildren at Jackson Hospital. She is A tea was sponsored last
'<<'' ,,1It.! :: ..' Services Saturday at 9 a.nu at an rthr oe sisters. Services survived by three daughters, Sunday by Mrs. Bertha Mc-
loving memory of our ; l" Holy Redeemer Catholic held Tuesday at the Mrs. Lillian Rolle Mrs. Ly- Keever and others at the Car-
husband, father and grand- ,\ Church with Father Ke man, Holy Ghost Church of God No. lene McKenzie and Mrs. Se ver Ranches Park for the benefit
officiating. Remains will repose One. lena Saunders, three grandchildren of the Democratic Civic
in the chapel beginningat Lillian Richardson Club. Films of CanaveralAcres
father'O 3 p.m. Friday. Survivors HAROLD EARL HUTCHIN- Carolyn Adams and "Rico" were shown. The City

Include his wife, Virginia; a SON,20,1, NW 51st Terr died Saunders, 15 great grand child- Commissioner of Hollywood
daughter Birdie Cooper; Aug. 28. Survivors are his ren and other relatives. Ser- Mr. and Mrs. David Keating
two sisters Mrs. Maude Sy- wife, Virginia; two. sons, vices held Sept 1 at St. Agnes were present. Those who
monette and Mrs. Beatrice Arthur and Harvey four daughters Episcopal Church. were not there missed a treat.

r a Farrington. Catherine Cholmondeley Mrs. Amelia Adams reporter.
Ethel' Peterson and Anna DONDELL HENDERSON of
WARREN DAVIS of 1829 Broad; a brother and sister; 1360 NW 1st Court died on The Beauticians of Wes
ROSA ROBERTSwho NW 2nd Ave., apt. 7. died on and eight grand children. Ser- Aug. 29. He id survived by Hollywood are thanking all
departed this life August Aug. 28. Arrangements are in- vices will be held Saturday at his parents Kir. and Mrs. Fred- who attended their dance Monday

18, 1965 wish to thank you complete. Survivors includehis Grace Presbyterian Church at die Lee Henderson a sister, night Aug. 30 at the Big
W for the flowers, cards, tele- wife Sarar; seven brothers 1:30 p.m. Helen Denise five brothers, Bamboo Club in Hal Ian dale.
grams and cars. We appreciate and other friends and relatives Leonard Robert Kenneth, Al-
every encouraging word MRS. BENNIE BATTLES, le, and Rondell and great The Scratch Lea-
and deeds shown to us during, MRS. ORA LEE UNDSEY of 1553 NW 62nd St. died at grand mother, Mrs. Lizzie Ware gue ended their ten weeks of
de our bereavement. Special 819 NW 1st Court died Aug. her home August 28. Survivors Graveside services will be summer bowling last Thurs-
thanks to Range Funeral Home 27. Services were held Wednes are a son, John Jones, a held Thursday at Evergreen day night at Cloverleaf Lane.
a Rev. Stuart and members of day. Survivors are a brother daughter-in-law, several grand Memorial Park.Jain. Another meeting was held on
St. Mary's Church Rev. Mic- and a sister children an other relatives. Thursday night for the winter
kins and members of Mt. Oli Services will be held in the 'league teams.

vette Baptist O1ur chi orn LAWRENCE KINSEY of chapel-
\ cers and members of the spiritual 6201 NW 60th Ave., South Miami l theNAACP The Business and Profes-

________ \ temple. Electrolux Co. died Aug. 24. Arrangements STEVE HARLEY of 2275 sional Men's League held
and employees of Stamford, are incomplete. Survivors NW 155th St., died Aug. 29. their meeting at Ft. Lauderdale -
JOHN SANDS are a niece, Mrs. Mae Bell He had lived in Miami since
Conn., Jollivette Plaza Center Lane on Wednesday night,
who departed this life August To each individual too of Dublin, Ga. 1926. Survivors are his wife Sept. 1 Teams are ready to
Mattie and Ed and oth-
29, 1964. many to mention, we thank Harley start bowling on Sept. 13.
Let your light forever shine you. May God ever bless you Baby Boy Morris son of er relatives. Services will be
above. We miss you and we Mr and Mrs James Eddie Saturday at ten First Baptist .

will never forget your love all.Mr.. Dan Roberts, husband Morris of 551 NW 7th St. was Church of Opa-locka Rev.He -
Macon pastor 3. p.m.
for stillborn Aug. 24. Sevices ,
us. EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK Special Notice for
Mrs. Carol
Young.daughter ,
Gone, but not forgotten. held Au,. 30. will be taken to his home at
Mrs. Edith Forsythe,sister 7 p.m and placed in the church Regular I Sunday Visitors, Effective only for THIS
Rosalee Sands wife Mrs. Florrie Farrington
And ChildrenIN sister Baby Boy Smith, son of Saturday at 8:30 a.m.OBlE.TILUS Suday, September 5, 1965
Carol Smith died Aug. 26. Services
Mr. Kelsey Farrington held Wednesday, of 1758.NW, Instead of being open OH Sunday, which is oar
,4 nephew 52nd St. died Aug. 30. Sirviv- fStal! practice, THIS Sunday will be the start of a two

MEMORIAMIn ALBERT. ors are Mary Robinson Tullis, day Labor Day weekend for employees (September 5t*
six sisters; four brotherstwo; and September 6th.) TI.. gates will be closed both
children. Services Saturday 10
of dear
loving memory my
wife 526 NW 53rd St.. died Aug. a.m. at Shiloh Baptist Church days, no burials, with the esval police patrol on
K In loving memory of our 29,. Was shipped Wednesdayto watch during the holiday period.

dear loved one, Ashvllle. M.C. for final JOHNNIE GATES Jr. of H. E. Wolthor, Supt.

rites. Survivors are an aunt 1554 NW 58th St., died Aug. 3065 N.W. 41" Str..t T.I. HE 4-8242
Mrs. Pearl Ford Thomas of 30) at his home. Survivors are

sYn Ashville and an uncle-in-law. his wife Lelar Mae Gates;

grandmother, Mrs. Otha Ferguson -
MRS. OMAR JEAN JOHN! Services incomplete.ERNEST .
SON. 5220 NW 30th Place,

died Thursday Aug.to 28.Lawrence Was shipped Miss.on I:, ': Unirolu .,mortal'ark

f W J., prr for final rites and burial. Survivors (Clos.d on Monday for Labor Day) .
1 h4hf are mother, Mrs. Lee HAS Preferment plots of 8 grave spaces or less

Vella Johnson; father Albert
ALSO Immediate ingle grave space interment
Johnson; four sisters. Mes-
dames Mattie Murray. Josie Boxes and vaults permittedWe

Cochran. Ada Joe Johnson; are not full and we are still doing business

six brothers Robert Otis, Open six days a week to serve you
Albert Joe Louis
Curtis Jr., c
and Harvey Johnsonl Gates open 7 days for your convenience

3001 NW4CTH STREET NE 4-4197
who departed this life Sep 1512 NW Isr Court died Aug. E. Johnson, Manager Homo phones OX 1.9199

tember 5, 1952. 29. Survivors are husband
Help, Lord the souls which Amos, a son, daughter anda
Thou hast made brother. Services will be

The souls to Thee so dear conducted Saturday 2 p.m.
In prision for the debt unpaidOf RICHARD SINGLETARY from the Trinity W. M. Church
sins committed here. with Rev. George Johnson of-
who departed this life August yo

Those holy souls, they suffer 31, 1964. We have spent many ficiating.GEORGE MARVIN COOK

onResigned hours remembering that sad WASHINGTON Jr.of 1852NW 74th Terr., died, orMk
in heart and will, August 30. 1620 NW 71st St. his fTrnf
day, and the days that followed died Aug. 31. Survivors are :
August 3p. Arrangements
Until Thy high behest is done
which have left a gap that are incomplete. wife, Anna; his mother Mrs.
And justice has its fill. cannot be filled in our lives. Lillie Cook; two sons, two

William Pinder Sr. husband He is gone, but not for HAROLD MARSHALL, Senior daughters, several nieces and
gotten. aunts. Services Saturday at 4
Citizens Home
The Family R4, Box \
Annie Singletary wife 1088 died in the Kendall Hos- p.m. at New Macedonia Bap- '
Rose McBurse, Jenice Ro pital Aug. 30. Arrangements trot Church in Coconut Grove. WE OFFER YOU

CARD OF THANKSThe gers Frankie Ferguson are incomplete. CANTMAN D. NEALY, 3- OUR FRIENDLY HELP

family of the late daughters year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Duane Me Burse & F.hawn Cantman L. Nealy died Aug.

WILLIE E. COBB Rogers, grandchildren Courts of Calanthes of Per- 25. Other survivors are three ; At any hour of the day or

rine. enjoyed the snsters three uncles and three night here
would like to thank the many Everyone we are to
aunts. Services were held on
friends i for their kindness Tuesday in the cha el. serve your needs in an
shown to us in our hour of be Mrs. Suslo WilliamsOn Martha Shackeford left on "' '
reavement.Mrs. the 28th for Florida A&M Uni- Deborah Ann Bunch : understanding manner. No
night Sept. 13
Monday versity to further her educat- old of Mr. and xt has
Alice Cobb prayer meeting will start for weeks daughter ? one ever been denied
ion. Mrs. Ronnie Bunch. Services a
And Family one-week revival at Mt. '
a our services. OX 1.4343
Per- held Thursday in the chapel.
Moriah Baptist Church r
rine. On the 20th the Rev. F.. Mrs. Rosie Lee Thomas of t./i)
THANK YOU R. Pinkey of Cairo Ga., will Perrine has returned from Phi- Anthony Tyrone Perry, one
ladelphia, Pa., where she visited month old son of Mr. and Mrs.
of five
The family of begin a series mes- relatives and friends Richard ferry Services were "My Father in Heaven, helpme
sages. The services will be- and attended the Elks Con- Wednesday in the chapel.
RICHARD DeVEAUX SR. gin at 8 p.m. Don't miss this vention. She was the guest of .. never to forge Thy love
expresses sincere appreciation old-time revival meeting. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jones looks/ up to me in the

fcr-the many expressionsof W. C. Edcar, pastor. of 2757 Opal Street. SUPPORTYOUR beauty of the flower .II
condolences and kindness John Henry Jowett
extended than during their- '
bereavement.Edna A coffee sip was given on j\\ r P ,. Oscar L. RIIII
DeVeaux Aug. 29 at the home of Mrs. TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
Clara Jackson. 10330 S.W.
'And Family 183rd St. in behalf of the CHURCH SUNDAY YMCA FII.r.1 ROlli

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MIAMI TIMES Friday. September. 3.. 1965 13

.... :
CLASSIFIEDFOR. : Furn. 1 bedroom apt. Free '56 Cadillac Coupe De Ville.
utilities. One or two adults Clean in and out. New transmission -
,, only. 1168 N.W. 51st Street. just tuned up to go. Only the Mighty
1801 N.W. 94th St. 696-6229.
SALE FOR SALE Adults only. 1 bedroom du- ----- Indf .
plex. Stove and refrigerator.
see Manor Park. 3 bed- ATTENTION Bargain Hunters! Clean and newly painted. CHILD CAREREGISTER

In. 2 bath, CBS, Garage 2 houseson one lot,completely Dixie Rental Agency, Inc. WMBM
|e to school, bus and furnished, one 3 bedroom plus 6332429. Evenings and Sa- NOW! .
'down. No jualify efficiency. $8,000. Go by turday. 226-5036. ''1 '.'
.Or.$500 Morel 448-4140 or 2172 N.W. 47th Terr., then Little Folk Play School Would dare :., ; .,
'7293. call Fenster Realty, Broker Fum. efficiency. TV, water Hot lunches, personalized care. do itl!
--i PL 9-8779. and light free. 811 N.W. 66th Licensed day nursery and
week. Love- St. Ph. 758-4273. kindergarten
down. $23
o 3290 LISTEN TO
N.W. 45th Street
3 bedroom CBS. No quali- Brand new 3 bedroom, 2 bath
closing cost. CBS 1 bedroom house. Nice clean Phone: 635S283 or 634-3044
g and no Fla room, built-in stove ,
Realty, PL 9-8372. oven, latest creations in kitchen Fum. $65 month.
o building. How about coming 2274 N.W. 41st St. Open sa- DIXIE BILL
h.rt1..y MIAMI TIMES
out .
2334 N.W. 81st Street on Sunday and see' our
edroom, custom built, hardd model at 1141 N.W. 75th St. 1 bedroom duplex nice, clean, I.
floors, tile toot, near From will 1-6 p.m.show and our salesman furn. $20 week. Utilities fum. AD.r-4rL 1 1P.M. TO 3:30: P.M. ON 1490 WMBM

rything. $400 down. $83 Fenster Realty (you Broker around.) PL- 2274 N.W. 41st St. Open Sa- J
nth pays all. By appointnt 9-8779. turday.
only. Trio Realty. PL- j3R1146
372. A beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, Nice room in a private home.
hardwood floors, carport, FHA For a nice lady. Near bus line
B ro 1 rm i rrrmmrm
LABOR DAY SPECIAL only $250 down. Clean in and 691-0425. RESULTS

J40 N.W. 87th St. $400 do. out.Terr.Location Open Sunday 1863 N.W.1-6 88th Nice clean rooms. Near bus I 1 _,..... I1ELEVISIONSETS

liA. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla. Fenster Realty, Broker,p.m.PL stop, kitchen privileges, pri-
>m, air condition. Open 2-5 9-8779. vate entrance. Nice neighbor FOR SALE '
n. Sat. and Sun. Leon boll, hood. Call NE 4-3044. HOME & APARTMENT \ ', "$.2oUp :

oker. 688-3029. .: ,
Duplex Beauty Lovely -- "
efficiency apts. for 1 5303 N.W. 5th Avenve
luxe Duplex.' Custom built. This is really a gorgeous or 2 adults.. Lights, water and Open Sat and Sun. 15 p.m. BEAUTIFUL RECONDITIONED GUARANTEED -

[bedroom,2 bath, Fla. room ,. place. Live in spaciom: 2 gas furnished No deposits. Com and tee 3 1MtI,...., TV SETS, ONLY $20 UP FULL
lont. 2 bedroom 1 bath, rear. bedroom,air conditioned home $20 week. Also 1 bedroom for 2 hathi, extra large, flu
'be it you'll love it., To see and rent other one bedroom, couple.. NE 5-5566. room, large living room, PRICE. GET YOURS WHILE STILL AVAIL-
Leon Kroll, Broke, 688- this is really something dif -- kitchen,
)29. ferent. Total $15,500 terms, $16 per week. 3bedroom, un- ...... Also separate
if you are looking for income furn. duplex. 1367 N.W. 58th apartment for Income on U.S.I.T. CORP.
est buy in Washington Park.ly property see this and live Terr. twe corner duplex lets.
$66mo.6 beautiful rent free. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor ..-
rooms, --- Many extras, space
bedrooms, living room, ding 612 N.W. 60th St. Call $14 per week. Partly furn. build another house. 703 N. Miami Ave 371-9947.
room, 2' baths, 'glass en- 'anytime. 7512243. Free gas. 6041 N.W, 24th Ave. Terms arranged.
osure. FHA mortgage. $600 1--- Sept. 25.ULJ
wn. 1430 N.E. 152nd St. 3 Bedrooms Fum. room in private home,

pen Sun. 12 to 6'. Call 8 Total $11,00. only $350 down quiet, hot water, 2491 N.W.
.m. to 10 a.m. Eves 5 p.m. and $74 month, pays all. Thisa 59th St. NE 42264. FOR SALE 'SCIiQOE
) 9 p.m. Hurry for this one- beautiful home, so spotlessand :SUNLIGHT BEAUTY
s its low rental. clean you won't believeit Nice room. 1530 N.W. 67th St. 3 Corner Lots -

----- and it is so spacious. FHA Phone OX 1-7853. 2 Houses CBS ,SPECIAL: : .
terms see this home and you
J60 N.W. 44th St. CBS like will buy it. 612 N.W. 60th St. 2 bedroom house. $23. Also EZ Terms Hurry
lew condition. Only $400 A. Ben-Kori, Realtor. Call 3 bedroom duplex. $25. Also ENROLL NOW FOR A LIFE LONG CAREERIN
own. No closing costs. with utilities :
Fum. efficiency
12.000 total price. $74.39 anytime. 7512243.Comer BEAUTY CULTURE
-,------- $13 759-5541 or 9471967. 819 N.W.!' 77TH STREET PAYMENT
anth. See today. Aetna Real- REASONABLE LOW DOWN

ly. Broker 811 N.W. 54th St. Beauty Nice room in private home
1110 N.W. 8TN AVENUE
46th St. beauty, 3 bedroom,
Phone 757-5724. On bus line. Prefer working Name. -------------------------------
,, 2 bath huge Fla room, fenced
-------- .
couple or lady. Privileges.Ph.
RAND This is really nice, no qualify. AETNA REALTY Address__ -------
NEW. $495 down. 643-6310. ------------------- -
eatest deal in town.whic h Need $1,500 cash, total -- 151-5124 This coupon worth $5.00 toward course
o one can match. Check andee 13000. Wonderful for large '
3 bedroom apt. 1755 N.W. ri.i Sept.25 <
for yourself. 3 bedroom, large. 41st St. and 2-1 bedroom

baths and lots of luxury fum...apt. at 135! N.W 43rdSt. HOMEOWNERS' .
eat r' s." 877' 14.W.'' 73rd' 'St.'. Couple Wanted Fenster Realty, Broker,
City water. Call JE 1-6901. Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath, PL 9-8779. Consolidate your Bills CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS

----- doll house, this is so lovely Reduce your Payments DIAL NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR Wl 9-M77

$300 New Furniture Free you can't imagine, stove refrigerator FOR RENT Lower your I Interest
,air conditioner wash SMALL PAYMENTS
$250 Down $58 Month $1,000
ing machine. This is so ideal $ 1,000 .......-......-...$ 20 MonthS
.ovely 2 bedroom house. Attractive furnished room Pay Back $20 Monthly
'ainted inside and out. Near for a couple who are looking 2,000 ....-....-.........$ 30 Month
for a special built home. Only cool, in quiet neighborhood $2,000
hopping and school. >Jo doing $11,000 and $350 down and cooking no extra charge. From Pay Back $30 Monthly $10,000 .....................$1 00 Month
cost. Move right in now $78 a month pays all. FHA $7 up. Inquire Room 7, 2056 $3,000 '
hile qualifying. Owner 373- LOANS ON VACANT LOTS, HOMES OR ACREAGE1st
304. terms. 612 N.W. 60th St. A. N.W. 5th Ct. Call PL 9-266 Back $40 Monthly
call and 2nd Mortgages
Ben-Kori, Realtor, any ---
--- time 751-2243. Large efficiency and 1 bed- PHONES:

5 N.W. 49th St. CBS 2 bed- room apartments. Quiet tdults 688-2775 688-2775 R.I. laroR Mortgages
oom, Fla room, garage, tile 2 Houses only. $22.50 and up. Furn.
oof. l hardwood floors $400 Near 47th St. and 7th Ave. 14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker
own. No closing I costs. Total $10.500 for this beautiful
80.80monthly.Total $13,000. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, plus call PL 7-6070, manager. '
<'e have key. Aetna Realty 1 bedroom, 1 bath home, on A-beautiful--- -duplex. 2771-'r-O-;; !
roker 811 N.W. 54th Street. very large lot thus is really
57'57.:4.. nice clean: spacious property, 2773 N.W. 47th St. 2 bedrooms I NEW NEW $495 DOWN '\
each side. For informationcall 'I ," > <<, JIIt
------ terms see it and you will l.\t""d''Jf.....''ATTENTIONPROFESSIONAL < <, I'M
bedroom, CBS, garage, FHA buy. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, NE 4-1714 or 5140 N.W. 3 bedrooms baths I II j :; .
,27th Ave. Sept. 3 'I
erms. Only $300 down pay 612 N.W. 60th St. Cally anytime .
lent. $73 month. Seller pays 751-2243. I Built in kitchens, walk-in 1 1 AND BUSINESS PEOPLE

losing cost. Drive by 1155.W. closets. Lots of extras. | j 1
74th St. Then call Fen- Near Liberty City FOR RENT I 'I! BRAND NEW HOMES!!!

ter Realty, Broker, PL 9- Duplex $58 Month LIBERTY CITY AREA I 377 N.W. 73RD STREET I I

779. Live rent free in this lovely 3 Bedroom Duplex $25 615 N.W. 69TH STREET 'I I 1754 N.W. 76 I h Terrace I
income property.No qualifyingno
3 Bedroom $350 Down closing cost. Move in now. 2 Bedroom House $23 CALL JE 1-6902 |I f. 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Florida Room -
BedroorlElectric $23
Owner. 2 I
3733304.HELP '
245 N.W. 86th St. CBS, tile 1 Bedroom, Electric $22 L - Big Lots City Water Tile Roofs.

oof, air conditioned, no
2 Bedroom 11th St. $17 I
losing costs, $79 WANTEDCAB DOWN MONTHLY
pays every- Efficiency, furn. ufll. $ 13Lorge $150.00 $85
[ing. Total price 11200. DRIVERS. Apply at $16 FOR RENT oa..w.........,. d..m.g.w ..,..m..w.-- .. s..v..on>.>.Meess. tlaayaayyeocro es siq

PC r. first.811 N.W.Aetna 54th Realty St.,Phone Brc- 21st Society Street.Cab OtTicsj 269 Indf.N.W. 2 Bedroom Efficiency, Upper $15 I LIBERTY CITY AREA I ; EAITYINC Iroktr::1

3 Bedroom House, Furn.$28
---- 2 Bedroom Unfum. $20. ,yORD'15th Avrtu ;
bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, large Experienced Beautician. Con- 759-5541 or 9471967 5-:4S9Sa: :
('ear. AlA terms, air condition. tact Mrs. James at 691-9473 OPA LOCKA AREA I :
'r. All appliances included. or 621-6807. Vern's Beauty .
rive by 1870 N.W. 86th Terr.Hien Saon. 1 Bedroom, Furn. $20
call Fenster Realty, ---- 2 Bedroom Furn. $24
rOker, PL 9-8779. Cashiers-Stockmen. To workat CORNER LOT 1 Bedroom, Unfurn. $15 STOP H/COMP I ARE't.1/:
-- Shell's City. Call 6337250a.m. 2 Bedroom, Unfum. $18 "

No Qualifying p.m. leave your name and 2395 N.W. 68th Street Call Mickins Rental NO, CLOSING COSTS AW CBS MIA OH COW.

Iy $400 down right address. 3 large bedrooms, 1 both, Agency 681.8213 160 St:
n, fully furnished move, 2 bed -Musician.-Able to play the carport, hardwood Joors. a:ii> N.W.44th! 540.0 Dawn Yr '

ooms, 1 bath, nice large lot, Hammond Organ. If interestedcall FOR SALE ;,tj1: 65 NW 49th'St. -, ,$80.80 Month /

cry clean, panelled walls. 696-5601. Good pay. Large lots. All lies FOR RENT l 1741 N.W:t 80th St. $300 DownJr7O' /; '
Fotal $8,900. A. Ben-Kori, ___ S17 Liberty City tl '
Realtor, 612 N.W. 60th St. Female crabmeat pickers. Coconut Grove EXCELLENTBUSINESS / ( N.\y84Ih\ St.. No Qualifying 1";; "
Call anytime 7512243. Must be experienced. After NO MONEY DOWN /1. '' 1245 N.W. 86th St. $350 Downy: ':, ,;.t. /
4842 N.W. '
--- call 6342233Mrs.
3 Bedroom Beauty noon Bradshaw Build On your Lot or Good Ptdestridn Traffic .. 1750 N.W. '88th St- 3 Bedrooms "j.. .
____, Sept. 3 Ours : ;
-- 1740 N.W. 88th St. $400 Down
MOO down for this CBS beau- Parking -

y, large kitchen, beautiful MEN-WOMEN NOT SATISFIEDwith Cash Paid Homes for Lots and Building suitable for medical (,ty. 1834 N.W. 88th .St. $58.55 Month *
abinets; and security
full ,
present pay
dental, attorney'ssuite rr MANY MORE CALL NOW / ,
spacious living room and 3 train for Civil Service Exa HEED MONEY? ft. :
large information on or store. 1250 sq.
bedrooms, large lot. minations. For
[Partly fenced, on beautiful salaries, qualifications, per- CALL BARON CALL: 1 AETNA REALTY BROKER.-
treet.. Total AlA sonal interview, send name, JE 8.9340
fr-ns. See this $13,000 sure. A. Ben- phone to American Service, NE 4-9251 or NE 4-17U" 111 NW 54th St. 757-5724
Kori, Realtor, call anytime, P.O. Box 10702 Tampa, Fla. 5140 N.W. 27th Avenue ,
751-2243' 33609. 1THE


14 THE, MIAMI TIMES, Friday September 3. 1965 ... _
ing ''speaking Four new reading care in one or the Day 'Cure

I { : ::School: EnrollmenTNeaTs OTOdO MMI;\|Ilnl clinics one for will each openr-provid-school dis- Association James Centers B.operated,Scott Inc. Community by the

'.-- "'.. -, "',,_ .'- ...._<-. .. ............- -M__ ____ :._- --'' trict. Children attending the cen
Enrollment in Dade Coun last year's peak enrollment of Only one w buildingopened "dent Joe Hall's Opening of Broader use of the non- tern on a part-time basis will
ty's schools this year will| 189,229 its doors this year School" address to teachers grade organizationgroupingchildren be provided hot balanced
break the 200,000 mark this South District schools are Highland Oaks at 20500 NE focused on this theme. by achievement rather meals, nap and rest periods
year with! greatest, increasesin expected to jump in enrollment 24th Ave. A portable school School administration mowing enabling than by them age and to learn grade at level their afternoon :snacks and super-
the South and Southwest by 8.8 percent. Southwest Dis- Palm Springs North went into closer: to the people. Two own speed. play I -
districts, t trict schools by, 6.5, North service at 8101 NW 176th St. new district headquarters will Many .in-service' training Afternoon care is also provided
t1eatttll; >,( 'S( the prediction west District, .3.J .N;'rth Central Some 425 other port able class- be in operation this year as prograrit*(or teachers, updating for older children.
of the,,school 'ay stem's District, 2'.9.'A dip In enrol1meni rooj s will be placed into ser- the system's decentralizationplan them in subject* matter:*"* Patents.' If "y& have to
Department of Administrative is'expected'in' vice at various locations to -began in 1963-becomes teaching techniques, programmed -' worc''aU! day, let James E.
research and Statistics. Northeast district2.5) and relieve crowding. full-fledged, expanding fromt learning. Scott Community Association
Marked incra ses also are in the South Centra District On the educational front t four to six districts. plan witH for the
you care and
expected in the Northwest and (-1.8). this year Miamians can ex Expansion of pre-school safety of your child. '
North Central Districts. Now the seventh largest in pect the following: classes which were launched JESCA EXTENDS SERVICETO Call PL 8-4791 for further
A projection by the departments the nation, Dade's school sys- An all out effort baked by th i. last year. information.
'counts noses at 198,400by tem has' 'yirtually, doubled in adecade" federal dollars to. upgrade Birtual elimination of 'HEADSTARTERSParents
the end-.of the' fir's't 'week ''t: r9ke.the', 100,000 achievem rit'and close l wduca- cross-busing as the county' whose childrenare .
and "201,817 by close of the 'membership mark in 1954-55 tuohal gaps fr moves forward with the pro-'
mon th. when enough ,new children achievement and close educa- secc of racial desegregation. attending Operation Head TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
Start in the public
Enrollment will peak at were arriving every two weeksto tional gaps for disadvan- Continuing stress on all schools are invited to enroll CHURCH SUNDAY
203,300 if predictions hold fill one new elementary taged, poverty-stricken, cul levels of math-and on the their children for paft-time; .
firm-an increase of 2.56 over school. turally di different Superinten language skills reading writ-

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program areas all areas games.equipment Until Dade children will will Until\begins the be be County for open open fall August to September sports and from recreation check recreation 28 staffedfor 9 and a.m.the out 20 PUT A TIGER IN YOUR TANK !

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returned home for an ober- .
night stay 'berore she report :, .'\1..:. ::' I,' : ; ,. :.. t Ft1I
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work in a very poverty I,
stricken area in the West !.
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sponsoring a Labor Day bar- : ; &:
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September, 1965 2

waring with........ BROWNSVILLE LEAGUE .----tl )2 5T :" iIi;' .

Il ,, .
TIGHTER l Our 'Bays :fin -

The Brownsville Communi-I... "
ity League is ""J! 1.i
I getting tighterafter Armed..Forces,
every game The Hustlers -. 't I Ii ,
r behind the strong p"itchi i i ', JPA '/$. 0: /00
ing of "Whitey" defeated themighty I I I"I
Colts to become tied From San Antonio, Texas,., nard O. Gordon, whose gustdian

for first place. The game was comes news that the following i s Dave Felder of 26701
I a thriller and went into extra Miami boys recently completed SV 138th Ave.. Naranja.

BY HARRY SPEAR I innings and ended in a 13-12 U.S..Air Force basic military Airman Third Class'Horace
victory for the Hustlers. The training at Lackland AF
Astros behind the hard hitting B,' Texas and have been as Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs

A Little. Bit, of ,Everything of Bobby Blue and smooth! signed to further training and James 178th St.Airman Johnson. of 10431 SW

pitching of Ralph Blue also duty:
Saturday September'.4'' will be your last chance to lost close aameft tr the hustlers Airman Third Class 'Barlie Third Class Johnnie -

I see the Marlins, so lets send them off with a large atten- and Colts 8-7 and 7-5 re- THERESA DOSS Brown, son of Mrs. Ruthie L. L. Williams, son of Mrs.

I dance. We know they suffered a bad road trip. The reason spectively. This week the with Brown, 2145 NW 73rd St. Daisy I. Moss of 10495 SW
they had,most of thelt key",players on the Injured Hustlers will._ be depending a Fr*. aye brew arching
thra 176th St.
for styling,
hair dressing
list, short of pitchers double headres piled upone on top lot on "Knuckles" for RBI's cutting Airman Third Class Bennie

of the other.,You could:.not do much with 15 players. Saturday and "Hawk Eye" Rolle for also wig dressing. L. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Airman Third Class RobertA.

they play tit Fort Lauderdal' the leading team 1 I for the defense in the outfield. VOGUE BEAUTY BOX Bennie Harris of 4325 NW Tolliver, son of Mrs. J. Tol-

both halves of the season. The,Martin management and per- 929 H.W. 3rd Avnu 10th ,Ave. liver of 10140 SW 176th Terr.
thank everyone for their great patronag 374.8117
sonell wish to the Perrine.
The Hawks slapped\
Goodbye and good luck till next year. last Monday and''. w+r..r ww Airman Third Class Rich

The Veterans Boxing Association has increased i its Ambers in fifth place. FLOFBDA MEMORIAL ard Williams, son of Mrs. Ber- Airman Third Class Jer-

membership intensely since forming. Applicatio COLLEGE OPENS SEPT. 13 nice Williams of 1971 NW 5th rell C. Cleveland son of Mr.

are piling in. A newmember is former all-around athlete Tommy, the skipper of the Court. and Mrs. Rose Cleveland of

David Kennedy. Ike Vaughn one of the officia Astros, is'all set for the All- ST. AUGUSTINE Income Third Class Albert 10412 SW 173rd St.
is now vacationing in Tenn. the 30th and Isi ing freshmen, transfer, and Airman
with the organization, Star games on 0. Mathis, son of Mrs. Lula M. Airman Third Class Vernon
and New York. If you wish to join write Tommy Ross: of September. other new students Memorial planning McDowell of 932 NW 70th St. A. Sullivan grandson of Mrs.

at the Fifth Street Gym, Washington Ave., Miami to College: attend this Florida fall should report Ida Smith of 2350 NW 152nd

Beach, Florida. Thursday, Sept. 9, in order Airman Third Class Ralph Terrace..
of Mr. and Mrs
Williams son
---- in the orien-
-- to take part
Plomer Williams of 1228 NW Airman Third Class Elvin
KENYA NEGRO TURNS IN THIRD 4-MINUTE MIL1 tation program which beginsat
25-year-old policeman from Dean First Ave. R. Thompson, son of Mr. and
Kipchonge Keino a TIMES 1 p.m. on that date.
of 10240
Mrs. Elvin Thompson
turned in history's third fastest clocking for Kenneth J. Buenink has an-
Kenya, HaroldL.
Third SW Street.
Airman 177th
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the mile run Monday and became the first Negro I to nounced. Broom son of Mr. and Mrs.
four-minute mark with a 3:54.2 in Lon. Registration day has been of 607 NW
break the romp Monday. William E. Prince Airman Third Class FredW.
ADS for the following
don's White City Stadium. set and classes will begin 19th St.. For Pierce. Johnson of 1385 NW 51st
Keino raced the last quarter in 56 seconds and +v.'r.iP'BRING: Sept.Sept., 14, the ,announcement Street.

might have gone under the world record with stiffer Airman Third ClassAlbert

competition: pushing home. Late states.registration will be Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs Airman Third Class Ozell

Josef Odipzil of Chezechoslovakia was second accepted from Sept. through Albert Watson of 2525 NW 51st< Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs..
r I Ll-.rr Jones of Homestead.
in 3:55.6; Alan Simpson, of Britain third in 3:55.7: and Sept. 27 but a late registration St. Henry
fee will be charged. Airman Third Class Willie
fourth in
of East.Germany 3:56.6:
Jurgen May Airman Third Class GeorgeB. and .
Faculty members were C. Hill son of Mr. Mrs.
It was Keino's fourth race in seven days. He RESULTS. scheduled to report Sept. 1 to Porter Jr., whose guardiansMr. Joe Hill of 15131 Lincoln

broke the 3.000-meter record with a clocking oC I ...4J'I> ,. take part in preplanning ses and Mrs William Porter Blvd., Richmond Heights.
7:39.5: ; ran a fine 13:29.4 in the 5,000 over a muddy sions. reside at 1975 NW 4th Ave.

track and upset world record holder Ron Clakre of Private Charlie M. Marion

Australia in a 5000.France's ; Airman Third Class PaulA. laughter of Mrs. Gerogia L.
Newbotd of Mr. and
NW-5th Place
Michel holds the world record Marion of 1481
Jazy I Smith of 1911 NW
Mrs. Joseph
six-t nths of a second graduated August 13 as a
for the mile-with 3:53.6, just Wilmington St., Opa-locka.
faster that Keino ran Monady. Airman Third Class Yew clerk typist at Ft. McClellan.


Paul Waner and Lloyd Brown the first two i I

to promote the ,baseball golf tournament in 1938 at a "

Sarasota then passed it on to the late George Jacobs !I. ..
who died recently

Paul Glee Waner, born April 16, at Harra, I ,Colin Thompson son of Fourteen-year-old Anthony

Oklal stood only five feet, 8% inches tall and weigl l Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Thompsor Johnson won first prize in the
just 155 pounas in his baseball playing days. But opponents u of Nassau signed his professional recent, which Elks was part of contest the

called him "Big Poison" for two excellen baseball contract with Elks Convention. The prize
a the Los' Angeles Dodgers ,
reasons.He com iledooetof; the greatest,hitting..record August 10. Leon Hamilton :was the$70 Bahamas and a trophy Associated

in baseball history. With 3,152 hits in his 20-ye Dodgers' chief southern scout, Breweries Limited Second
batters flew to Nassau for ih signing. went to Patricia
of only eight prize, $50
big league career he was one
hits. He was a thre : :I u Colin, an 18-year-old Dean. 18; and third prize,
who ever ,bagged 3,000 or more __ L .: ....; "foot four- inch, 205 pounder
time National League batting champion (1927, 193 will report to the Dodgers for the Bahamas Handbook; was

and 1936 once the league's most valuable player CABS DOWNTOWN A familiar sight these days spring training next March. won by George Wilson, 18.

1927) a nd had a lifetime average of .333. are Negro cabs at downtown stands. There has never' Miss Patricia A. Miller of
elected to bareball'z Hall of Fame cabbie operate Isaiah Colebrook was
was been restriction on where a may Meadows Street graduatedfrom
any found guilty of highway robbery -
in 1952. for the simple reason ; Abbe Institute New
in the Negro areas
but most stayed by a Supreme Court juryon
------ Schedule of cab York City as valedictoria n
of This row
University made more money there. August 10 and was sentenced -
they of her class. She was presented
Methodist University at Mi First Street. Soon to seven, years' hn-
Sept. 18-Southern parked on Biscayne Boulevard at by Dr. Leonard S.
are Masked and pointing -
ami; Sept. 25, Syracuse at Syracuse; Oct. 2, Tulane the Negro cabbies plan to work the Miami Internatior prisonment.a rifle at the occuparts of Friedman president of the Institute -
at New Orleans Oct. 9. Louisiana State at : : with the school'
; al Airport. Johnson photo.GREYHOUND a car driven by Bert Rolle on
Oct. of Houston at Miami; Oct. 23.Jof .._ medal for high
16. University ... a lonely road near Mitchell'sTown
.__ ._l. w.- +--- standing. Abbe Institute is
Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh; Nov. 5, Boston College Andros, on April 2, internationally known institution
at Miami; Nov. 13, Vanderbilt at Nashville: Teni Colebrooke ordered the car to an specializing in business

Nov. 20, University of Florida at Miami; Nov. 27, RAGING stop. His accompli Benjamin ana secretarial skills..

Notre Dame Miami.iIiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. Oliver then "helped"
himself to a box containing wThe Ministry of Works has

.II I $36,000, being transferred by announced sioner's residence that a and Commis a clin-
POST clerks of Barclay's Bank from
I. ic are to be built at Mayaguana -
,, 8:00 P.A1. one branch of the bank to an-
'. other. The money was found in in the near future. The
IBM mcpi TRAINING residence will cost an esti-
less than 24 hours and so mated $33,600 and the clinic
"- Oliver will
-- were the robbers.
E MIAMIINSTITVTEQTTTECHNOLOGY .. do the same prison term as his 22400.

companion. Enos DeSouza Powell 63,
---- of West Street, Nassau.died
Senator the Honorable has Sir at his home of August 10. lie
Etienne Dupuch, O.B.E.,
"1h. Nation's Or.yho.sdiMowp.n" accepted an invitation from was born in Jamaica but serve
ed on the Bahamas Police
r* ii ft\ & c the West German Governmentto at
Force anc
= Ocirncet many years
I'flWri/f o/ if/altt, 7<>cf$*ut. his death he
the timJ got was
TWIN DOUBLE with all expenses paid. The
p KEY PUKCH COMPUTER PROGRAMMING = NOW! trip will include a visit to a postman.
lie is survived by his wire,
Brussels and Belgium to study
d Mt. mad *?... or...*d.d'low IB S At feta promsi ..I the machinery of the European Nurse Edith' 'Whitney, two'd'au&h-Powell;
field U rkt U.S. Common Market. ':and \$ 'expected a son, Phillip,
tfte font > ll.N .
t fwwtef !
= and
to last rroh ept. 13 to ters: Mrs. Ruth Ingraham
: Mrs Calvin Cooper.

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:.. WOll. ,:':"I' -':toPlight ": ; F'F't Ioff' 1iI.;I j VETTV .''WOOLWORTH'SA

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T neNatibnal Council of Relying on the resources ot
Negro Women, with head the government and other national OPEN 9-9 J
quarters in Washington, is organizations, such as
:= zn rI! I:It:
the National Council of
making preparation to submita Catholic
leadership training proposal Woman, National Council -
to.lhe' Department of of. Negro Woman, United
Healthy/Education;,: and Wel- Negro Woman, United Church 1
fare, to'establish a link bet- Women-the women, will be HCHAEL'S KINDERGARTEN

ween a responsible citizenry trained to understand the spe- 14140 N.W. 23rd Court, Opa lock 1
and a large jobless, group now cial problems of the jobless
drifting. Negro teenagers. OPEN FOR REGISTRATIONAugust :

'. Leaders of the national After being trained, the 15, 1965 10 AM 5 PM : Loa ;v6Y1Si
women's organization, in their leaders will train others in
June conference Health Certificate RequiredFor J
sought ways local communities to establish -
(to help girls who do not qualify lines of communicationand Good Car and Train-Catering to Working Parents
for the Women's Job Corps this .
understanding ) MU 8-8140 School i /
Phone MU 1-4060-Residence
of the Office of Economic special group, to fill the gap #
Opportunity, and the proposalis not covered by organized Institutions -
a result. utilize the talentsof Mr. and Mrs. S. Gibson <<...
"Negro women have a special the girls, and help other : ::z:'
i stake" said Dorothy girls increase their skills.
Height, president of the nat- "
The program will help girls, TWJ i'
ional council. including those who have com
"The highest unemploymentrate mitted criminal offenses but .'
in the nation is among who wish to make a fresh start; LIKE NEW HOMES .'.," '. .f ?
teenager Negro girls," she .those who are pregnant, per- r \-:.. 'Ii :' ?; .
said. "Of all the teenage Ne haps without the protection of I ,I .
gro girls, 30.9 per cent are marriage or a family, and girls ,
out of work. Many are school who have behavior problemsand I Beautiful 3 Bedrooms Homes 2 Baths t Lovely, "

dropouts. Some have high would like disrupt a program Lake Pool
school certificates but with such as the Job Corps. Front Swimming : Silken \

low academic achievement.Some "The thing that we are recognizing I Many Extras Custom Built!!!
were routed through nonacademic is that this requiresmore I DYNEL HAIR PIECES
courses and some than good will," said I $19,000 TO $30,000
went to inferior schools with- Mrs. Height. "In order to be of
Now, can enjoy rapid change hairdos
out receiving basic academic
help, women volunteers must I
SEE without effort. always look well-
background they needed fortoday's have an understanding of the ; your 249
groomed best! Fashion to head
life." impact of poverty on girls. I goes your
The council will outline a They must be able to establish I 8921 NW. 14TH AVENUE in a complete selection of colors, from
plan for drawing key women a good working relation- pale blonde and darkest black to subtle
from the 25 national organi- ship with girls and they must ; 1231 N.W. 88TH STREET I grey mixtures. Switches of pure Dynel*
zations comprising its member know how to make use of, the can be cleaned brushed and restyled 379
Ask for GENE KEMP ,
ship before applying for a resources in the community. time after time at home.
grant from the HEW. "We know from the girls j
Saturday or Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. LAY AWAY
who come to women in community _. ,, ..... .-..,
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service screening centers : Available Miami Miami Beach Coral Gables, Perrine,
for the Job that REALTYINC in ,
OK SOUGHT FOR ( Corps) r. FORD Broker:
of these girls have been ., Homestead, Hollywood and West Hollywood
2,400 UNITS many .. ., .."" ,

terested longing for in somebody them."added to be Mrs.in- j .::36....w. 9N.Wt, 15th'Avenue. ., ... ., '.<..,.635-4595... . ..'..
(Continued from page 1) Height. YOU MONIY'S WORTH MOM AT
I'K."I'' _
higher incomes than the maxi ...... WOOLWORTH'S6483TAFTST.

Planning for the new 2,400
units have already been approved -
by local authorities.The .
PHA has endorsed the
program, and has suggested
provision of 1,400 as soon as
possible with the other 1,000to
be held in reserve.
The federal agency also
disagreed with an economist's
claim that 16,000 elderly families
have no income what
ever.. The figure was used by
Free Enterprise in computingan
average income for Dade
County oldsters that was even PALM
lower than that of most hou SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
sing residents.At W. Hollywood 1375 W.49th St. SHOPPING CENTER
least gs per cent of 945.0381 Hialeah, Flo. MIAMI, FLA. Perrine, Fla. Fla.
public: occupants have incomes 821.1761 635-0736 635-0736 238-2901 226-5631
less than the poverty
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