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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume 43, No. 2 MIAMI FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 10. 1965 12 Pages .

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8 Policemen Lose Fight c r e EYE CROSSES 40 MILES y-

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I For Detective RatingEight SOUTH AT KEY LARGO


Runaway hurricane Betsy, who staggered up and
for detectives.
local police
Negro
down the Florida Atlantic Coast for four days like a
men lost another court fight Circuit Judge Grady Craw-
Wednesday to force the cityto ford ruled that the citydid not drunken sailor, finally came to town Wednesday night.
promote them to detectives.In have to promote them. Luckily for Miamians her port of call was 40 miles I
plain clothes as detect- The officers are Whitfield south at Key Largo where the full force of her 140- "

ives, the patrolmen worked for Carroll, Fred Ebron, BenJa- mile winds were felt at 3:30 a.m. Wednesday.
years, but wanted the higher min Guilford, Kenneth Hamilton -
Average winds in Miami with the
The were only 80 mph
rank mace permanent. Kenneth Jones, Archie
court said that none of them McKay, Ernest Hayes and strongest in Dade County being registered at 120 near i,

passed the competitive exam Ralph white. Homestead. The first consistently strong winds be- j i

gan belting Miami early Tuesday night as Betsy's :

winds lapped at everything within 300 miles on each ,<'
r
side of her 45-mile wide eye. Strongest winds hit the .)

city around midnight. I
.
f Dade County's million plus residents frightened *

into extreme caution by the unpredictable maneuvers ;'

of Betsy battened down and taped the windows and

stayed put in their homes. Some 12,000 mostly Miami I

: Beach and Key Biscayne residents, sought out the ,

Red Cross shelters for safety. :

Residents began cautiously venturing back into 1

the streets about 8 o'clock Wednesday morning survey- !

ing the uprooted trees and damaged shrubbery. Over- )

all damage was far less than had been feared. :

BEN BROWN JULIAN BOND Hurricane warnings came down at 5 p.m. wednes* '

day as Betsy blasted her way across the Gulf of Mexico \
2 YOUTHS CHASED OUT OF to threaten the Texas coast.

tY T d41 Irt School children had a bonus avcation, not being

GEORGIA LEGISLATURE called back to classes until Friday. It's not all gravy I

though, the lost time must be made up.

RETURN AS LAWMAKERS a Water cause more damage than wind in this hur- ,I

I liqtd1c ricane. More than five inches of rain fell in 24 hours. :

r.1 ,Two young 'Nepoes.whowere ,Bond.,sought support from, High tides whipped water all over Biscayne Boulevard. It},
chased out of the Georgia the 400 white voters' In his Key Biscayne was' completely covered and Miami ,}
legislature a few years ago district. Beach's Collins Avenue was filled with sand and wa .
for sitting in the white sect- Brown ignored the 800 ter. (

ion of the gallery will be whites in his middle class Power lines were down all over town and only a '
back next January as elected district. 4
representatives of the people Both freshmen lawmakersare areas had electricity a few hours after the hurricane.

of Georgia. confident that if Georgia J More than 30,000 telephones were out of service. Re-
They are part of the "new 200,000 registered Negro vot- Mystery Surrounds Death pairmen were rushed into service at daylight Wednes-

look" in Georgia politics, the ers get organized, they can day and by Thursday most utilities were back in busi-
September issue of Ebony Ma- send a Negro senator to Washington
gazine reports. in 1972. of Dorothy Dandridge ness. \
The two young represen- Ebony also profiles sena-
tatives Ben Brown, 25, and tors Leroy Johnson and Horace Dorothy Dandridge, beautiful She filed for bankruptcy in Homer Orders Stricldng i
Ward. Other House
Julian Bond also 2S, will mem- and popular singeractresswas 1963, claiming her debts totaled
join with six other Negroesin bers featured in the national found dead on Wednesdayin $127,000 and that she
Negro monthly include Mrs. Trashmen Back to WorkIt
Georgia's 205-member the apartment she occupiedin was out of work.She also said
House of Representativeswhen Grace Hamilton; John Hood; the Sunstrip area of Hollywood her earnings amounted to was barely a matter of ty Public Works Director, John
it in January. Julian Daughtery Albert
convenes ;
California.The $50,000 a year.According hours after Hurricane Betsy McCue, Betsy was kinder to
Two others will take seatsin Thompson; William Alexander,
cause of her death is to a statement had cleared the environs of our area than Cleo in 1964.
the Senate. and Rev. J. D. Grier, Jr. not known at this time. made by detectives, she returned Dade County that County Ma- McCue said that the coun-

Minimum i rmnin n ;i -mi Ulull... "Ji'J. ""--'--. irn rmnn innfsieaJi Miss Dandridge's body was on Tuesday from a tripto nager Porter Homer ordered ty's 75 garbage trucks and 60
; found by her manager, accor Mexico she visited a doctor striking trash collectors to trash trucks, manned by 500
Gov. Burns Names Negro ding to sheriff's deputies who who told her she had a return to work to tackle the men wi 11 tackle the huge
identified it. broken bone in her foot.
big clean-up. chore 10 hours a day, 7 daysa
{ The singer-actress began She had an appointmentwith Homer issued a "state of week until the task is com-
to State Board of her professional career as a the doctor for Wednesdayto emergency" message in pleted. McCue himself will
i band vocalist and worked her have the foot put in a cast. which he ordered the waste make a helicopter survey of
way to stardom in the movies. When she failed to appear the collection employees to report the entire county.On .
Funeral Directors She won wide acclaim in the doctor notified her manager.In for work at 7 a.m. Thursday Monday (Labor Day),
films "porgy and Bess" and 1962, Miss Dandridgewon lie also issued a call for the garbage and trash collec-

I Governor Haydon Burns Larkins, born in Tampa, in "Carmen Jones," winningan a divorce from her second temporary employes to assistin tors staged an unannounced
has appointed David Thomas iii I borough County,attende Academy award for her ac husband, John Denison, clearing the debris. walkout, vociferously demand-
Larkins to the State Board of the public schools of the ting in the latter of the two a restaurant owner. She was According to preliminary ing higher wages and better
Funeral Directors and Em- county. He also attended the plays. 41 years old. reports issued by Dade Coun- working conditions.
balmers for Florida, accord- Florida A&M College, Tallahassee -


the Bernard ing Florida to ,a Gibson statement Morticians, president made Association by of- the tuary Worsham science.He I was and .graduated honorably School of from Mor-dis- ;;,Sandpit Digging .alled. j in Opa Locki.l: I


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charged from the -' .n
Gibson a Fort Pierce after serving three U. and S. Army one Operations at the Opa- politics.: This is not city property titled to a permit.- Digging at the sand pit has
funeral director and morti- half years. He has been a resident locke sand pit were stoppedby it's our own private prop- "But we are losing money, been going on for 15 years.
cian recently headed a com- of Clearwater, Pine Circuit Judge Hal P. Dekleon erty and the city has n rightto protested Roth. The Heller company, a national -
mittee to Governor Bums' office las County, for the past 15 Friday. The judge said he arbitrarily deny our permit t t "Not losing just not continuing financing firm, acquiredthe 'I

asking that a represen- years, where he owns and operates give disputants alll! day Sep- renewal.The Heller Co. filed to make money," re- operation whem the mort-
a man- Dekle. died two
olied fudge gag years ago.
tative from their associationbe the Larkins Funeral tember 20 for a final airing, damus suit for order
a court
placed on the State Board. Home. which he set for 9 a.m. Opera-
requiring the city to issue the
tions at the pit have been a the permit as an administrative -
controversial subject for a function. 2J85 STRAIGHT!

I Reed Murder Charge ReducedThe long time. The matter came up before
The point at issue is thecity's
Judge Dekle because last Despite storms, mechanical and elec-
refusal to renew WalterE. August while ha
16 was vacationing
second-degree mur- held for second degree murder Haoler and Co.'s digging
trical failures
depressions recessions
der charge against Montez Justice Berman bound permit. a stay order was issued ; I
Reed, was reduced to her over to Criminal Court on by Judge Harvey S. Du- and the onslaught of -
29, Home and lot owners in Val which held everything in even savage capricious
manslaughter by Peace Jus- the reduced charge. the area contend that the digging -
status until the of
quo return
tice, Bernard Berman. The ,is dropping their proper- Hurricane Betsy; the Miami Times
Judge Dekle. The order allowed
charge was reduced after defense Goodhart emphasized that the company to continue its comes out four pages less-but with its record -
testimony about fre- Reed was shot twice in the i I nto the lake.
quent rights between her and chest at point-blank range on Atty. Albert Wintraub told digging At Friday's hearing unblemished of never failing its publi- ..
her husband Augustus Reed, August 20 while the two were 1 Dekle that the company is Judge
said 1 can't step
Dekle rnrand
also 29.Over. arguing in their car after I pumping away and destroying tell the: city what to do. I cation date. It is our 2,185th consecutive
the objections of leaving restaurant. I a portion of Opa-locka.
a
vacate the order and you can issue in 43 of publication.
Prosecutor David Goodhart, Augustus was a probation Company attorney Bernard have an early hearing to show, years
who urged that Mrs. Reed be officer at Youth Hall. ]Roth retorted, "we can't fight if you can, that you are en-




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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 10, 1965
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.Barry College'"' Honors Nassau laKes lernjficBeating

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I 10 Veteran EmployeesOn \!...- "'- From* :Betsy

A brief, crisp descriptionof 'day'when trees star7 d
September 8 at 5 p.m. N.W. 68th Terrace will be receiving The falling
Sister Dorothy, O.P., President i- a certificate for 19 the unwelcome visit of Hur- screams of women am
y
of Barry College and 1 ricane Betsy to the Bahamaswas children could be heard
years service in the kitchen.She's Sister Mary William, O.P., an excellent cook," obtained from one who the howling storm.
Prioress at the time. Winds buffeted the
presented 10 Certi- is the comment was in Nassau harbor
common on
ficates of Service to Barry It told of tree limbs .snapping tipping big iron stanchion
College maintainence person- campus is mentioned.Mrs. when Mrs.. Hall'sname and flying through the from the docks. Boats brok,
nel being honored at a silver air; power lines shorting and away from their moorings
and
Hattie Denson,
anniversary buffet by the Do- 1231 crackling, sometimes popping were lost despite the
N.W. St., Apt. 4 of Miami, emer
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minican Sisters and Dominican

rocks cables
---itP like pistol shots; some gency rigged to secure
has been with
Priests and Mr. Thomas Barry 16 years. about a foot square, hurling them.The

Ogden Chef of the College, Others to be given certificates by, propelled by wind gusts of big waterfront hotels
is a resident at 12750 N.W. miles hour. didnof fare so
with 10 years or more more than 140 per badly They re-
1st Ave., North Miami.. service ares Louis Pinero, engineer w The hurricane drifted slow- mained lighted and air-condit-

the One Certificate of the recepients of Service of is ,of 11305 N.E.2nd Ave. / ly, with the eye hovering over ioned, powered by emergency
v Miami; head gardener, Obadi- the lighthouse on the western generators. Their lobbies wet
Mrs. Willie Mae Rogers Mrs. ahOilley, 1830 N.W. 51st Terrace ....... P _.,- end of Hog Island. Damaged jammed with guests and town.
head of the laun-
,
Rogers now Miami; Mrs. Albertha 'card, tom down trees, broken people seeking shelter with
dry, has been with Barry Col- Preston, 2355 Bunche Park, STUDENTS HONORED BY AG SECRETARY Aaron communication lines were her whom they did a brisk busi.

well lege 21 years.De"I Lillis remember so Drive, Opa Locka, maid in Green, center, an accelerated junior at Florida A&M chief victims. ness, serving dinners buffet

me at Sister the bus on my first meeting day. the freshman dormitory.Mrs. University, and Miss Diana Deskins, a senior at the The weather station at Nassau style and drinks on and off
International Airport lost the rocks.
There were only a few buildings Maude Symonette University of Washington, are shown last week receiving contact with the outside world The greatest, and pleasant .
then and woods all 1921 N.W. 71st St., now retired copies of the Act signed by Abraham Lincolnin and even with the rest of the suprise was the
around." Mrs. Rogers, 56, ; Mrs. Annie Mae Gar- way the
1862 establishing the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Bahamas. native homes survived the
lives with her husband Fred dner, 786 N.W. 75th St.; Mrs. barricaded them- onslaught
two of students and other Families of Hurricane
They are
Rogers at 5670 Fletcher St., Mary Robbins, 2180 N.W. 74th 1,837 young selves behind shutters and Betsy,
Hollywood, Fla. She has two Terr., Mrs. Emma Lou Brown, people employed throughout the nation by USDA under indoors from Mondayto They stood firm in the tempestuous -
stayed winds
sons, Joseph Love of Miami, 575 N.W. 52nd St. the Youth Opportunity Program and the Department's Wednesday. The worst ofthe damaged when only a few
and Wilber Love of Detroit. The buffet was planned for Tues- squarely hit by
regular student summer employment program. Addit- storm arrived early a falling tree.
.
She stated proudly "and nine 200 family, friends and per- -- -
grandchildren." A vacation in sonnel. There was entertain- ional thousands were employed part of the summer by
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Hawksville, Georgia wity her ment by the Sisters and the USDA's Agricultural Stablization Service. Mr. Green, a I

father, Issac Showers, is be- honored guests. This was an resident of Gainesville, Fla., spoke on behalf of all .L.y.i; ; ; ;

ing amiversary postponed buffet.until after the those evening I whom of make fellowship Barry "the for students employed by USDA in the Washington, D.C. I f 1

Mrs. Rose Lee Hall, 1460 College Beautiful." area.- USDA Photoip' '

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) : 994. Sell them for 15<# a piece. You make 66<

_.,,-- "'- profit. With this profit plus your original 99, in*

I S- '' I vestment, you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat
THE CHILD FATHER OF THE MAN'tion's
I this process until you are selling 50 or more

As part of a nationwide sary arrangements were lis Weaver, right. The Head may have never known be papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times,
Federal. effort to give hundreds promptly made. As a result, Start Protect also included fore. It is said, "As the twigIs
of thousands of preschool scenes like those above were medical checkups, vocabulary bent, the tree's inclined," r you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week.

children a needed part of their regular schedule building, trips and other and Project Head Start leaders r--" """ ------&_--- -'--- ..,..
"Head Start" on the road to for the three volunteersin group activities, all planned declare that the sooner '
learning, Philadelphia officials recent months. Theyoungwomen to show the children that children begin to receive the : <" < CALL,'WRITE,OR VISIT{ OUR'OFI: ICE'R49
of the Administration are Miss Phyllis Juli- going to school can be a training they need, the better .. '
ficials of the .Administra ano, left; Miss Frances Ol- happy experience, a door will be their chances for : Nw. ,I5THAVE. ? .. OX ,1-0421
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tion's War on Poverty are son, center? and Miss Phyl world success in the future. '*.:.*;!>'f' '",' ... .
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largest Project Head - --
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this teachers Summer conducting, with about 300 that : From diapers to diplomas-- a ) GRAND OPENING !)
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classes in 90 Philadelphia
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class of 15 children. Classesare Here is where LIFE INSURANCE can give _
small in Project Head the help need. "
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play and rest periods, with will assist you in working our a program I

many lunches of and the snacks routine, and steps with j, that will guarantee that your dreams for your I I 1420 HE 152nd Terrace

involved in introducing the children will come true.
4-year-olds and 5yearoldsto i TV CENTRAL offers very attractive Modern I I COME ONE! COME ALL! YOU'LL AGREE YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING

books and stories, for ex- Policies to fit particular needs j MORE GORGEOUS .
ample. Three young women your up to the I II ,
above, on the clerical I amount of $50,000.

staff Center at of the Humble Esso Credit Oil &Card Re- I WHOLE LIFE ENDOWMENT ,/ 3 Bedroom 2 Baths ."'"

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Kidnapping, Assault, Narcotics, tit"J;, ';. ",

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NEW YORK Police 27, a disillusioned "sister"of Authorities found 11 women ed after refusing to collect : '" '
searched a three-story Brook LeGrande's nungarbedgroup including an attractive funds for the "church." -
lyn "church" and dug in its of women beggars who blonde, and 50 children livingin According to police Le
basement last Thursday in a said she was forced back to LeGrande's headquarterswyen Grande drove the women to
search for the bodies of three the "church" after leavingthe they raided it. One of different parts of the city to ", f4/.A

women who may have been flock LeOrange was LeGrande's married children beg with tin plates, each of
part of the "harem" of a self- charged with assaulting two who lives in the neighbor- them collecting about $75 to .n ,. '. rl
styled bishop with a long cri- other women, Ernestine Tim- hood, Clovelle LeGrande, 16, $100 a day.Police I
minal record. mins, 28, and Betty Jean Davis was arrested on charges of '..loti..'.
26. assaulting a detective with an said LeGrande ws ;
Authorities said they obtained eight-inch dagger. reported to be the father of 19 .
a warrant to search the Police said they were Investigating District Attorney Aaron children by different women, hII
headquarters of 41-year-old additional alle- Koota said several of the wo- although he claims only 12 bya }w 4.,,. ..
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"Bishop" Devemon LeGrande claimed "Sister Eva. He served a ':
gations of abduction men thry were being
rape ,
after he was arrested on impairing the morals of a minor held prisoner on a threat by sentence in Sing Sing on an Sulayman Nyang, a student of Gambia, is shownin
charges of kidnapjngt! assault LeGrande that he would "bury abortion charge and has a police -
adultery, receiving stolen the office of Congressman Adam Clayton Powell upon
and illegal possesion'oT nar- and them as he did three other wo- record of at least 10 arrests -
property possessionof his arrival in this country where he will enroll
as a
cotics since
and a revolver. pornographic material that men." Koota said the women 1946 on charges
The kidnaping charge was had been made against Le told police three of their of attempted abortion, assault student at Saints Junior College in Lexington, Missis-
brought by Bernice Williams, Grande. "sisterhood" had disappear- and larceny. sippi. With Nyang and Powell is Sidney Zagri, legis-

lative counsel for the International Brotherhood of

VolunteersNeeded Tea rasters 'sponsoring Nyang in this country.

Negroes to Hold Balance of for Nyang's arranged scholarship by Congressman at the Mississippi Powell. junior collegewas



Power as DC Self-Rule NearsPresident Mother's March ., StMaP5REE I,I

Mrs Wyatt O. Crane, Mo-
for 58&\\ Q1EEOf MOaE.. :
ther's March Chairman "
Johnson's President Johnson hailed required number. Dade County March of Dimes, E t '
strong push made it a probability clearance of the House bill The tide was turned by met this week with the 12 division WItN 510 ,.> i, .; :" \..,, ...) I f
Friday that residents of as a "near victory in the bat- 38-year-old fourth termer chairmen who have ,n, > \
the District of Columbia soon tle of the American Revolution George Shipley (D., 111.). He joined her in organizing the FLOWERS FUR ALL OCCASIONS '
will have more control over -a revolution fought so waited only for completion of 1966 Mother's March.
their own affairs than. they that men might govern themselves the opening prayer before he "The cure, recovery and Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants t
have had fot 91 years. ," signed tile petition on a table repair of today's birth defects Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty ,
The likelihood of D. C. Johnson observed, with- below the speaker's ros and prevention of to-

home rule became real Friday out further identidicationthat trum.Shipley's morrow's is the goal of The "A Visual Message with Flowers CorsagesFor
when the 218th signature was a small group of men in the signature released National Foundation," Mrs. the Discriminating"
affixed to a petition that will House long had balked the a bill that would giveto Crane told the group. "The
force the House Committee on will of Congress on the home the residents of Washington thousands of women who volunteer Lowrie's Floiver Garden
the District of Columbia to release rule issue. The reference was a chance to decide by referendum to assist in our an- !
an administration home- to the Southern dominated whether they wantto nual Mothers' March recog-
rule bill it has zealouslykept House District Committee, be governed by a 19-mem- nize this challenge and we 6030 NW 7th Avtut '
off the House Floor. which has effectively blocked ber elected city council, women want to feel the per- I!
The way has been clearedfor all bills that would keep their first since Congresstook sonal satisfaction of doing as .Monthru.Frt.4:30. PM to 8cOOP -$otl! 9:30,_AM ..to6PM.
the bill to be put before Congress from acting as the over as the legislatureof complete a job in the field of PHONE 759-9168 NO ANSWER CALL HE 4-5801"
the House on September 27 by "city council" for the nat- the district in 1874. birth defects as we did in
the validation of the dis- ion's capital.Of conquering polio," she add

charge petition that had been the 800,000 residentsin ed. .

pending since August 24 the district, current esti- SUPPORTYOUR Volunteers in all parts of I ....... +
the county are urgently need-1 1 ..-::' .. ....... <- --- '\.J
Speaker John McCormack announced mates are that 58 per cent
that he intends to are Negroes thus making it ed. Anyone should who wishes to Vo-j t.. ._HIIr' How! JI I Itgl
call the measure up then; and the only large city in the na- lunteer contact r 't a
assumes that it would pass, tion with a Negro majority. Harold Groninger, :" : : : \
YMCA March Coordinator, at the.10I, ':1L" II': J
k since a majority of the 43 The warmth of Presideht I '\ books .r. ,I' : J :
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members had signed the pe- Johnson's statement reflected 445-3592. t ".I"""""' .. ..:,."" : "'. T.:w J' "" "
tition. the success of an urgent BETTY JONES
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""11 aJoumment" nearing, nn i ic" Douse campaign to
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final passage could be forced round up the required numberof FORCESAN
into next year. The final signatures to put the discharge ANTONIO, Tex Air-
hectic days of the present petition over. Twenty- man Third Class Bettie J.
FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL
session might not provide five signers were recruited Jones, daughter of Rufus I
time for the ironing out of dif Wednesday night. The num- Jones of 16501 N.W. 18th Ct., .-, ....
ferences between: the ,House ber. of signatures stood at has completed U.S. Air Force
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Phil Ossofer Fascell Praises irograrnElderly

I have mentioned before! ,
that I velieve we are now in .

the midst of Armageddon, ;. .:tq Aid, Chang
,
.-, humankind Is, "
in which all ', -
"Sf'; ,1i.Congressman '
E. SIcisMUND REEVES, Editor and publisher involved. There are no neutrals Dante B. 1;citizens; will tend for neg- d
cared for
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor I in this war, and feelings Fascell this week strongly endorsed lected children now Thi s
"" are no longer hidden. In the a new federal program solely by institutions.

Member>> of the National Newspapers Publl h.ri Attoclotlc 1 small area of my existence I designed to lift SVi million includes individual attentionfor well
children as as
SUBSCRIPTION RATES feel that nearly every person elderly citizens out of poverty. older needed by the
} I have either personal care
come across,
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ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.0 .
as a neighbor, friend ort announced younger ones.
The new program
E;;t;;dTTs.Vo;d Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pos' chance acquaintance, has revealed by President Johnson "The program is thus designed ;"
Office at Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 187 6 I[ to me the side on which I this week will cost $41 to benefit our elder citizens CROWS Naturan from Healthy the HAIR Normal ROc,

he stands, knowingly or un- million in its first stage. It both monetarily and by In YOUR SCALP. The condition
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue Phone OX 10421 knowingly. Man's reactionsto giving them a personal sense your hair often depends httJ
Ameri-
is aimed at helping on the natural health otscalp.
NEGRO PRESS" current events reveal histruefeeJingslnthesameman third of of satisfaction Congressman Years 'eo DOCTOR l
"CREDO OF THE cans over 65 one
NOT Invented
The NEGRO PRESS b.ll.v.s that America can best Ua<.j whom have an average annual Fascell commented. called a medicited"formula
CARBON
the world from racial 'and national antagonism when It occores' ner that his fingerprints re- under Other programs for the elderly which it mixed with many P

; to every man regardless of race, creed or color hi:i. veal his phlslcalldenUty. income"The of ski 11s,needs 1150.and potential which "satisfy the de- BONOCU en ben*riclal is such ingredient a strong.: C

human and (legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-tru i Many present-day whitet of our elderly have finally sire for useful participationin ful antiseptic and does such po t
the firm belief th Americans who would not the Congressman work In helping
Negro Press strives to help every man In been recognized in this our society" an ITC
Is held back. participate in the actual com- stated "are employment BUMPY. DANDRUFT scalp u
all men ore hurt as long as anyone the Congressman many' DOCTORS regard it
mittment of a segment of humanity great declared.program "Not only willit services for the elderly with and PRJCSCRIB1: : it for *$
to the segregated Iso- assistance in improv- scalp troubles. Many annojl
lation in which most Negroes benefit a significant part of skills. externally caused. scalp coi
BETSY substandard houses in tlons are greatly
ing relieved by
said "butit
exist, have accepted, and our society he which some of them live, a use of this Triple strength ,
will also enable them to formula. Write for
this
wish to continue to
Labor Day this year brought disappointment to accept, food program, an educational GXNUINC SCALP rORlS'
the enforcement of such segregation help others and this is a now.- It will be sent
to ler the elderly to you
thousands of people. Many social and other planned because it is part wonderful combination." program mixed and ready to use. fax i
avail-
events had to be cancelled because of weather condi- of the environment in whichthey' The initial plan will employ know what services are FOR satisfied 7 DAYS, and if :you are
able to them and work oppor- :your money back. 1
tions. have been reared. Unknown 17,600 elderly persons only "$1.:18. on delivery. This
to themselves their who now have low incomes. tunity centers for those who elude verythlnr. Don't todirtctlons.rUseotheefineswith
Hurricane
Betsy came along with rain and high are not able to secure jobs '|
winds that increased in of status They will work towards relieving ?
velocity on Tuesday eveningand acceptance quo due to competition in the labor -
GATED
place's them In the same cat- poverty, conditions SCALP FORMULA 7
Wednesday, in some Florida areas to as much as market." __ money; can buy. Your hair al
140 miles. agory as those early Americans among 140,000 neglected babies scalp deserve fine care. Just Ie f
who accepted and attempted retarded children, homebound ?our name and address to-col
Storm warnings and suggested precautions broughtout to continue slaveryand sick and bed-ridden MZDAL HAIR 2 PRODUCTS J !

storm shutters, battening up and an increase in the segregation which and isolated elderly. For example TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Bropoklyn 33a N YteNOTL: THl B

business for some places. Schools were ordered followed It. under the "Foster CHURCH SUNDAY TORMULA tea money' bae cairles:. ,guarantee a iwfe wr
closed for Tuesday and Wednesday. Power lines were The same catagory of Grandparents" program elder-

down and many had to pull out kerosene lamps and Americans who openly abhor
candles. Naturally there is the usual hurricane debris. brutality have likewise
practiced, through their attitudes
Transistor radios were helpful Wednesday after-
a quiet yet vicious
,noon-things appeared brighter as the wind fell and form of brutality. Many pf
1EORTH'SMagnus
the rain stopped. these are churchattendingpeople.

I pray that they will
Miami Beach suffered much from water. South see the light and change their

Dade lost most of the avocado and tomato crops. ways. Such changecancome

through a true religious re-
News from the Bahamas tell that Abaco and An- vival in which they take the

dros Island were hit by Betsy. In Nassau power lines Holy Scriptures to heart. Chord Organs
were reported down. No serious damage otherwise. No The brotherhood of man

loss of life from Betsy reported. will appear on earth as soon
as we accept it under the
fatherhood of God. This will 6 CHORD 25 KEY

FREE ZONINGMetro's be when all men take seriously Ploy complete tongs int.mediately .
in action as well as in without lesson 95

Manager Porter Homer is against churchesand thought, the religious beliefs Well-built makes to last plastic 19
case playing an enjoyment
religious organizations being exempt from paying they damn to hold dear. no boring lessons I

county zoning fees. He recommedned that Metro com- or practice.

missioners give no further consideration to a proposed 12 CHORD, 37 KITS $2995

ordinance which would allow free zoning hearings for CONSOLE TABU MODIl ... .. .

religious institutions.

Applications in Metro zoning cases pay from $50

to $150 to meet the cost of hearings and other neces- NAGNUS

sary work.
The measure will be considered at a commission a

meeting on Friday.


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instead of going to needy youths as requested by President Judae
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of the jobs paying $2.29 an hour went to the sons of a WithTestimonial .

millionaire senator and two representatives. In addit- o. : a ..,.:.. fAST OMf,

ion, the senator's niece got one of the temporaryposts. Z<&:.Y: FASTER FINGERING .

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"To him ,that hath shall be given." To celebrate 10 years of CLASSICGUITAR

service on the Criminal Court
Bench in Dade County friendsof
CONGRATULATIONS!
the Honorable Judge Gene

Williams senior Judge of the in
hardwood body
Sturdy
Congratulations to Miss Naomi Johnson. She is a _
Criminal Court, are sponsor- graduate of the University of Miami with a B.A. de- ing an Anniversary Banquetto I '. a finish. Accurately fretted

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Miss Johnson was fortunate in receiving a $4,000 September 30th at the +: A ,. with position markers.
loan from Station WMBM, in order to attend the uni- Miami Springs Villas in the \ Slim neck pinlew type
bridge. 38xltV pwducea
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Station WMBM deserves commendation for such p.m. and dinner will be servedat '', steel strings. Ready to
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We hope Miss Johnson will soon find gainful em-
vin, Justice of the Supreme ;'
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ployment. Court of Florida has acceptedan \
invitation to be the main 1888

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of the GUITAR 4495
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Tom Adams to Address j i
sri."EDADSl lI"
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Florida Voters League I II \!' ,, ,.., :
"IRING ESULTSI:
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I SL Petersburg, Fl a.-L.V. Atty. Charles Wilson of Penrsacola L."J 1 .
Davis, president of The Flor-
Asst. State
Robert Reid has Attorney
returned
to California after visiting
ida Voters League, Inc. and
for
the Technical Assistance
his mother
Mrs. Verne Tinker and
other relatives.
recently appointed Equal Opportunity
Department, will serve as
Coordinator for Sepdal ConsultantThe
Twins Ruth and Albertha Austin are in Miami visi the Florida Industrial Commission Florida Voters League
tingrelatives (the Colebrook family) and friends. confirmed the acceptance Inc. Is a Non-Partisan orga-
of Secretary of State nization which, through its LIB-CITY NOW PLAYING
Mr and Mrs. James Butler of Deerfield were downto Tom Adams as the featured affiliated I local organiza-
attend the funeral speaker at the League Ban- tipns, represents themajorityof THROUGH
of
Mr. Marvin Cook.
quet Sunday, Sept 26 at 2 ,, the dysyr'd Negro elec- [DRIVE-IN THEATRE WEDNESDAY
torate. Its objectives
Mr. and Mrs. William Braynon of Atlanta have returned p.m.Headquarters'for the meet- are to principal achieve 100' -
after visiting the Forbes and Braynon families. Ing has been set for the Holiday voter registration; and to ensure % LL.vnW.wmm..n ,_..,.,:...':_.._.,'..._*_R,"'''''''':''*, I
The Braynons are both teachers in Atlanta. Inn Motel 4601 -34th an active and Informed I
IN ACTION !
Street South. (Highway 19) electorate. JAMES BOND IS BACK
Opening Session Saturday The business session will
Air Forceman William Hanna Jr. spent a few days morning Sept. 25, will feature be held on Saturday after- ,
leave with his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Hanna Sr. two workshops conducted by noon, the principal business
of 1422 N.W. 69 th Street. Dr. William Howard of Flor- being a discussion and adop
Ida A & M. University Political tion of a revised set of by
Paula Williams Barry of Washington, D. C. made Science Dept. laws.The
her mother Mrs. Atty. Alcee L. Hastings of venerable Joe H.
Mayme Williams
with
very happy a Ft James,
Lauderdale will keynotethe of Jacksonville, will
visit at her Richmond Heights home.
first workshop session on chair this session as head of
the topic i ; "Positive steps the organization's Constitution -
After spending a week in Miami visiting his pa- making equal opportunity and By-Laws Com
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Dyke Long Lawrence and his wife reality." mittee.
Carolun returned to St. Augustine at Raleigh, N. C. The second workshop will Atty. Isiah Williams, Is i VTi
beled by Atty. Ernest D.Jack general chairman of arrangements -
Sincere sympathy to the family of Mrs. Georgia son of Jacksonville, Asst Di- for the meeting,
rector of Florida Economic with the St. Petersburg Non-
Cambridge who died in New York
City.
Opportunity Program,on the Partisan Voters League servo
subject, "How to submit effective ing as host, assisted by the 1
Mrs. Ellen Jane Kelly visited in the Bahamas for program applicationsunder local Republic and Demo-
three weeks. the Opportunity Act" cratic Organization. EVERYTHING HE TOUCHES TURNS TO EXCITEMENT!

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Hurricane 'Betsy' caught Oscar and Syble Johnson SIGMA GAMMA RHO ," 1
along with their daughters vacationing i.;"' Nassau. SORORITY ACTIVITIESOn PERFORMING ARTS
SCHOOL PREPARES FOR
Saturday August 28.
During the coming week be sure and send happy the Philos club and Auxili FALL PRODUCTION
birthday wishes to Gail P. Coachman, Emma L. Ward, ary Sigma Gamma Rho Sororit The members of the Paul
J. C. Roundtree, Paul Kendrick, Delores Turner, Inez entertained thirty-two college La Pierre School of Musical
Johnson, Miriam Pearey and Margie Martin. bound students at their annual Arts are preparing for their ALBERT BROCCOlI!
breakfast. annual fall production which ? HARRY SALTZMANI SEAN lUNNtni AS urn OOT !
Emmett Williams and Leah Simms have returned This affair was held at will probably be presentedlate J J"GOLDFINGER"
from a 35-day tour of th:" northwestern United States. Mrs. Mamie Montgomery'shome in November at the usual JAN FLEMING'S .
The trip was most inspiring; as well as enjoyable. Room.in The her spacious group was Florida welcomed location, the Fontainebleau !
Hotel. This formal concert is
by Mrs. Mattie Squire
Miamians are happy to welcome back Victor Curry who! is the past president and one of two private annual affairs TECHNICOLOR :
who has moved from Westchester County, N.Y., with founder of the breakfast Then sponsored by the schoolin I
his wife. Victor is looking for a grocery business to greetings from the president, an appreciation effort to create for the a deeper mu-- GERIFROBE as GOLDFN6, HONOR BLACKMAN as MSY GAlORE
Mrs. Marie Price, who
purchase.Mr. gave SHIRLEY EATON
sical arts. XAJWIWK and //HBECT R BROCCOLI
encouraging remarks and presented -v--
and Mrs. J. Hartman Taylor with daughters other members of the taining The the school idea is of also sponsoring enter- \ CO.HIT ,_ IN COLOR ," '.. I
Maria and Cassandra have returned from a visit to group. Mrs. Allene V. Taylor atrip to the Montreal International !,
Sigma's greetings. Mrs. YuL BRYNNERWHO
the World's Fair. En route home they visited their gave Exposition, a Canadian ,,
II daughter and son-in-law Phillip and Marcia McCoy,' in Sigma Eunice image Liberty and explained introducedthree the centennial celebration in 1l1e MlfJoJfJ pt eYe11
*" 1967.
I! Washington, D.C. *. young sorors: Katie Williams
Cassie Plummer and
Mrs. Allie Wilmore has returned from a six-week Mary Gibson. "" l
vacation visiting relatives and friends in New York and Miss Mable Barlow
enjoying the Fair. sented the theme, pre-I 1
ing Youth Through

Mrs. L. E. Hicks is vacationing with family and Scholarship, and service'1 I ? II
The world needs KNOWS WHAT'S'ZYSIDE |
f friends, Montgomery Alabama. Mrs. Hicks is one of good character, high
head'nurses. >>',at Jackson. Hospital, ," larship and who are givers -1
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Delmer Stirrup, "Mr. Action" afternoon wish. on Echoes were given by I ...if8 nobody's yours
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Mrs. Margaret A. Sweeting returned from a trip to junior College representing; Delores Lanier Spellman, a I!L\ SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES I
College; Patricia Harper, a
Nassau on Sunday, August 29, where she was the sophomore, representing Be- I \
house guest of Mrs. Kathleen Barr.

Birthday greetings to Mr. William McBride our for Williams thune-CookmanCollege St. Augustine a senior speaking College., Katie I I": At., Lincoln National, Cost So ,Little I II

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PRETTY GIRL OF THE

WEEK: Marie Brown (Mrs. \tf rt ipl :NAACP Gains No-lias I

John O. Brown) f'.*. '
I Order From City
PRETTY BOY OF THE I ,' ,> .
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WEEK: Jimmie PiercePOLICEMAN j TAMPA-I"ollowln; a two- classifications which will prevent i
hour meeting with NAACP supervisors using meh i
officials here Mayor Nick In jobs for which they are
Y OF THE issued order banning not hired.
pr Nucclo an -
J'1. 11 WEEK: C. Clark racial discrimination In Also, representation of dty :
'_$# BY DAVE BONDU city employment. The no- workers on thecity's Human I
Relations Committee, consideration
discrimination order was an-
D. J. OF THE WEEK: All
Betsy, a hurricane who couldnt' make up her mindto nounced on Aug. 30. The by the municipalCivil
has had newsmen of radio and TV had met with the NA- Service Commission of !
go or come, a ball in her travels. I am deeply mayor and in
ACP the before. experience seniority
for folk in Nassau. That little island of ********** day
sorry my 7 Mayor Nuccio further promised the upgrading of emploYl'CS.and ,
miles by 21 miles couldn't stand much banging be- QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Because of dear, toestablish immediately Immediate steps to end II
cause the. many houses in the section known as "Over dear unpredictable Betsy, I stayed close to home. Tru a bi-radal job grievance racial discrimination.
NAACP Florida Field Director
committee to hear city employee
the Hill" are wooden and frame houses. As of now, quick note department will really be QUICK! King complaints.At Robert W. Saunders
the reports are major property damage and the power Coleman is at the James Club this weekend '. the meeting with the stated that the Federal I
plant destroyed but no loss of life. The Bahamian the NAACP called government was investigating I
Chickie Home back to Nassau and The Drumbeat mayor
people are like our folks here in "battening down the for several changes to be the city slruatiia The I
Shirley and Robert Seldon have neighborhood
opened I
made In the city's employ NAACP, he said, was "ap-
hatches and boardingup"as soon as the word goes outa and A number of i
grocery at 17th Ave 55th St gol. ment policies. Included were pealing to the city to avoid
storm. fers went to Tampa over the h liday weekend for a the promotion of Negroes to Federal authorities coming !
Thank God the U.S. Weather Bureau and the Mia- two-day tournamert. We haven't heard who won what supervisory levels I various in-and they will come In if 1

mi Weather Bureau keep us well informed. Our radio yet. Mayme nor I made it That wasn't_ so quick, classifications, creation of asked," he added. ti
and TV stations work around the clock to give us va- !
but there really sin't much "dirt to dish. So, just,
luable information. Bless them all. We are now con live life, every golden minute ot it. Peace!
sidered "Hurricane Wise" in South Florida and the j

Caribbean, which brings to mind an old song titled Jl
"River Stay Way From My Door." How about someone
writing to a rock and roll beat "Hurricane stay way aM HUE NOTE BAR ;

from my door." The way some of these rock and roll

tunes sound these days, she just might be repelled by 5211 NW 17 AVI/ t

it.
The F1dll..t Bar in
I have not yet met our new County Manager, Mr. Town

Porter Homer, but from all indications he has "heart." .. -a .
When the Dade County garbage men pulled a strike t
about their working conditions and no overtime pay ./ Come in and say "Hello" to

with low salaries, he went out and talked with the Elinor, Foots, Bessie, Rusty, Iva, Betty
men* He did made an honest effort to hear the "other 1
,
sid?r' of the story, and we feel that he will do all he COLD! COLD! BEER- FINE WINES

can to settle this to the satisfaction of labor and ma- t I HICKORY SMOKED BAR-B-Q RIBS

nagement. It is my opinion that these men should also To eat here or take out
be given the opportunity to become drivers, if they

qualify. Mr. and Mrs. Oral A. Allen weekend in the celebration of f
The strike points to the need of a Negro "inter-re Sr. will entertain friends this their thirteenth. wedding anniversary Every Night is 'Fun Time' at the 'HOTE'f

lations" man, hired by the Metro or county system, f
who would go from department to department and lis-
ten to grievances and constructive suggestions and
criticisms of Negro employees. This seems to be a me-

dium for preventing strikes, and making for better wor- Chris Beauty Salon Eiri't./

king conditions and more satisfied workers. While we

are on the subject, we look forward to seeing Mr. Ho- SPECIALIZING INWaving !

mer direct his attention to Negro employment in the

traffic fines, voters' registration, automobile registration .. .. Weaving )
and other obvious county offices and departments *,v' Hair Coloring' Permanents .

where only whites and Cubans are now employed. We 336 N.W. 22ND STREET Tel. FR 9-0511 Where old and new friends meet
realize that he is just "getting his foot in the door",
but we feel that we should help him push in the right Operators: Mrs. Christine Tice, Mgr. EARL EDWARDS, PROP. !

direction by letting him know which way to go to "get Mrs. Ruby Cleet
PHONE 759-8422 4400 N.W. 7TH AVE.
inside."

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Employment is such a vital part of our community

problem that when I get on the subject, I don't know OMEGAS TO OPEN

when to stop. With that sly opener, (second one), the MEETING SATURDAY ,
new Economic Opportunity Program, Inc., for the
Brown-Sub and Liberty City areas is located at 4820 Members of Sigma Alpha Mr. James Club 4
era pter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity ?
N.W. 27th Ave. and Mr. John D. Johnson (former city will hold their first
judge) is the director of this center. This office is meeting of the season Satur- CORKER
N.W. 31'01"STREet & 2ND AVENUE
here to help people who are unemployed, who are ill day night in the offices of Dr. .
Edward J. Braynon Jr., 603 PRESENTS
and need help, who want to learn a trade or or wh o NW 2nd Ave. All members are
are just plain poverty-stricken and need help. Thereare urged to attend. Ulysses
programs for young, as well as, middle aged peo- Home is basileus.
ple who need jobs, welfare help, hospital care and
other problems. The office opens at 8:30: a.m. and
THE POWER OF PRAYERARE
stays open until 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday every week.If .
you know of anyone who needs help, send them to YOU

me or one of my co-workers at that office: Paul Moore, Sick, troubled, unhappy?

Dr. George Green, Joe Nesbitt, Roscoe Machette, Carl Need Help?
Sutton and Carolyn Lewis. Our secretary-receptionist,
Send for your prayer clothe
Miss Marie Guyton, will assign the person to one of today. Also birthdate. Con.
us, if you do not want to ask for a special one. Thereis tributions accepted.
also another E.O.P.I. office downtown in the old
Police Precinct building at 11 St and 5th Ave., N.W. REV. MOTHERMCDONALD

Arthur King .or Julius Simmons will help you there. P 0. Box 6326

Remember, I'm always available, if someone needs me. Miami, Florida 33136 g N'ASN POSpSO
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday: September 10, 1965

RANGE... State Employment Office Says

Robert A. Forbes of 4321

I N.W. 11th Place died at Jack
CARDS Available
MEMORIALSDEATHS son Memorial Hospital on Sep- Many Jobs

tember 5. He was employed at
The Greyhound Bus garage There are lots of jobs open i I able at all offices of the

Services will be 'held in the waiting for people to file for Florida State Employment Ser-

I CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM Range Memorial Chapel on them.Ther vice. In the Miami area, the
the following
offices are at
Sept. 11 at 3:30 P-m. He is Merit System is a non-

family of the late sad, but loving memo), In sad but loving memory of survived by his widow, Edith, partisan system of public per- locations' :
of our dear friend --. 3 stepchildren, his father, Mr. sonnel administration, havingas Commercial office: 20 SE
First Avenue (Dundee Bldg.)
Stanley Robinson, 2 brothers, its base purpose the promotion
George Forbes and Eric Sea- of efficency and economy 1 Hotel and Restaurant Office:

? vellaa sister,Mrs. Mary Johnson for hiring and retaining best 46 SW First St.; Industrial Of-

NNW and other relatives. qualified persons availablefor fice; 1350 NW 12th Ave
Florida State Employment '(room 280); Youth Opportunity

Service. In other words-if you Lonnie H. Holmes of 6204
a .. died want to work for the State of 'culture Office: Princeton, Fla.
N.W. 14th Avenue at
.s M Jackson Memorial Hospital on Florida, to have a qualified <(South Dade.)
r& kVi rating, you must take the
Sept. 5. Survivors include his Merit System Examination. There are many jobs openat
widow, Zodia, and other re These examinations are given the present time. Some require
latives. Services under the
college degrees, some
each month. When you take
direction of Range Funeral the examination and qualify, 1 high school diplomas and
Home are incomplete at this
others suitable wrok experi-
your name is automatically ad-
rte'r time. wncw. Jobs to be filled are:
ded to the Merit System roster
---- data dental assis-
for current job vacancies and processor
Gus Walker James of 439 for future openings. The next 1 tant, director of purchasing,

N.W. 9th St. Apt. 5 was pronounced Merit System examination will C draftsman: several clerical

MISS HATTIE L. BRACE dead on arrival at be held on the 2nd of October.In I positions, duplicating equipment -

who departed this life September Jackson Memorial Hospital on order to ) ake the examina- operator, key punch supervisor -

ERNEST MARVIN COOK 7, 1964. BERNARD GERALD PRATT Sept. 6 Services will be con- tion you must file an application microbiologist Libra,

who departed this life August "Oh just to know when my who departed this life September ducted Saturday at a time to by the 15th of September.I rarian, to mention only a few

31, 1965 wish to thank you day is through 2, 1963. be announced in the Range Appli cation blanks are avail- 'of the 110 jobs open.
for the flowers, cards, tele- And my heart's deep grief is We all love you but God Memorial Chapel. His survi- .
grams and cars. hushed, loves best. vors include his widowNancy The class is divided for three
you B.T.W. SCHOOL
the kiss of his lulls
That lips
We appreciate every encouraging 2 daughters, Mrs. Betty Kay groups each day.
My soul to rest, and I loin Gerald Pratt, father
word and deed and Mrs. Bertha Wilson, 1 bro- The Booker T. Washington The Student Council
shown to us during our be the ranks of the blest. Claudia Enith Pratt White, mother sister ther, Eddie Brower of New family returned to school Au- opened the school year, with

reavement. The Grisby's brother York, 4 grandchildren 1 gust 30. Approximately its first project the school
Triandos Pratt,
Special thanks to Range shop. The shop has been
sister niece, 1 nephew and other 2100 students anxiously .
Funeral Home, Rev. Finlayson IN MEMORIAMIn Lovan And FamilyRICHARDSON P. Pratt, relatives.Mrs. awaited the bell to begin that 'opened for students to purchase -
and members of Macedonia school supplies, notebooks
first day in school. Not only
.
Baptist Church. The No. 2 loving memory of my Johnnie Mae McCloudof were there students entering tablets, pens etc.
Usher Board of the church.To dearly beloved husband 1523 N.W. 45th Street died
the school for the first time
each individual, too Sept. 8. She was employed by
but also new members of the 1 18 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLE
many to mention,we thank you JAMES A. SMITH Bennie Jones Jr. of 15950 the Dade County School Boardat faculty. i BUILDING SERVICE TO

May God ever bless you all. who departed this life Sep N.W. 18th Ct. died at Clover- the Floral Heights Elemen- Many students when return- I THE COMMUNITY

tember 12, 1963. I have spent leaf Hospital on Saturday, tary School and a member of ing to school found that they

Mrs. Anna Cook, wife many hours remembering that Sept. 4. He leaves to mourn the Mt. 0 Ii v e it e Baptist had been placed in a skill I W... BUYING or BUILDING
And ChildrenMrs. sad day, and the days that his death, his wife Ruby, one Church. Services are incom- laboratory This

Lillie E. Cook, mother followed which have left a son, Benjamin; his parentsMr. plete. Her survivors include was program.introduced to program the CALL STANLEY

Mrs. Essie Mae Butler, gap that cannot be filled in Bennie Jones Sr. and Mrs. her husband, 1 son, a father school and to Dade county for
sisterA my life. Pearl Jones; one aunt Mrs. and a sister. P L 11604Beautiful
the first time this year and it o
He is gone, but not forgotten. Sylvia Garner, one uncle Morris is the only program of its Homes

Johnson of Ft. Lauder- Alec Jackson of 1281 N.W. kind in Dade This Built en Your Lot
TRIBUTE AND THANKS County.
dale, one sister-in-law Mrs. 61st street Apt. 8 was deadon program is supported by the federal or Ours
To our loving motherMRS. Mrs. Annie Mae Smith,w'fe;' Mary Coverington{ one bro- arrival at Jackson Memorial government and its main Attractive Alterations

_. _.010' ther-in-law, Tom D. Coverington Hospital on Sept. 8. He purpose is to prepare the stu- and Additions

of Opa-locka, several was a caretaker for Bonded dents for jobs after school or .Let Us Demolish
4 CARD OF THANKSThe nieces, nephews and a host of Rental Agency. Services under college. All students remainin Your Worn OutHouse
other relatives and friends. the direction
of
Range are and Build aLov.ly
the lab for three periods
family of the t.t", Funeral services will be held incomplete at this time. Ills
New Home
each day. It has been conducted -
f 1:30 P.m. Sunday Sept. 12, at survivors include his widow, in the library due to the Coll Us for Facts About
the Mt. Herman A.M.E. Church Alice and other rclatives.CORRECTION Building
unfinished
whichis
in pt. Lauderdale. The body laboratory
to be in the old library of Cood Bonk Financing
will lie in repose in, the
*t 'the school. This was made
chapel of the Richardson Fu-
,, possible through a federal STANLEY BUILDERS
'I' neral Home from 1 p.m. Fri ,
In the death announcementof grant. There are nine instructors -
/ day until 1 p.m. Saturday. Inc.Lic.ased .
;:fi ,.
.r From 3 Saturday until funeral Ernest Marvin Took appearing for the program and
.....' time the body will lie in repose in the September 3rd thirty students to each class. In lured
issue of the Miami Times, the The classes include mathe-
at the home of Mr. and dab N. E. 79th Street
) Mrs. Bennie Jones Sr. 15951 name of Mrs. Essie Butler, matics, reading and guidance. Miami, Florida
sister, was inadvertently omit
N.W. 18th Ct. in Opa Locka.
ted from the list of his survi-


.4 vors.SOUTH j Uiurnlu;{

.-- FRANCIS... DADE NEWS ftaorml: 'ark
By Mrs. Susie Williams
JESTINA LLOYDof .,. r .... .... ,.
'. Warren Davis of 1929 N.W. The
".. upholstering class. at
434A N.W. 10th St. who 2nd Ct. APt. 7 died Aug. 28. Mays High is still making rapid HAS Preinterraent plots of 8 grave spaces or less

died August 26, 1965 and ', ':r. at Jackson Memorial Hosp. progress. Dade County ALSO Immediate single grave space interment

was laid to rest Sept. 1, 1965. : A Funeral services were held gave the class a new, heavy Boxes and vaults permittedWe

:She came to Miami Dec.' H 41 r $. Tuesday! sept. 7, 2 p.m. i in duty machine. We are most are not full and we are still doing business
24", 1915. She made many the chapel with Rev. A. D. grateful for this machine. We
many friends during her life '! Hall, officiating. Survivorsinclude thank Mrs. Rosie Lee Thomas, Open six days a week to serve you

time here. We thank all the HARRY MCKENZIE his wife, Sarah, 7 Mrs. Gussie Payne and Mrs. Gates open 7 days for your convenience

friends for kind words, cards, who departed this life August brothers: Islah, Hiram, Wright Reeves for starting this class. 3001 NW 46TH STREET NE 4-4191

donations and prayers you 18, 1965. wishes to thank its and Archie i Wilcox, John and I Mr. Ben Cooper, Liberty City,
E. Johnson Home
gave while she was confinedin many friends for their kindness Beauford Davis and Lucius is our wonderful instructor. Manager phone: OX 1.9199

the Jackson Memorial Hos- during his illness and Williams; 1 sister; Arintha This class is held from 7 p.m.fc

pital. In her passing she will for their help and sympathy Paulk and a host of other relatives to 10 P.m. Tuesdays and

be missed by many. during our hour of bereave and friends. Thursdays.The .
ment. A special thanks to the
following
people attend
The family in staff of -
joins spe- Jackson Memorial
Renard
Anthony Rodgers
cial thanks to Fr. L. Sands of Hospital, the officers and this class: Rosie Lee
four month old son of Mr. and 1 '
Thomas Gussie
Payne, Susie
St. Agnes Church, Veronica members of Temple Baptist
Chapter of St. Agnes Church Church and all his staff, Rev. Mrs. Johnnie Rodgers of 2179 'Williams, Emma PayneErnestine .
N.W. 69th Terrace died Sept.
Women, Mrs. Eunice Moss, Harold Brown for his wonderful Foster, Beatrice McCoy, I
6 at Jackson Memorial los- Erma Gean Towns Bea-
,
president. Special thanks to eulogy, to Rev. James L.
pital. Funeral services will i trice Cooper, Mrs. Winters, !
Pall Bearers Society No. Monroe of
15 pastor Riverside
be held Monday Sept. 13 at 2 I MrsLillian Woolfolk, Mrs.
Mary Ross, president and all Baptist Church and all his
of its members. staff, New Providence Lodge p.m. in the chapel. Remains i Cleveland, Mrs. Hill, Mr. Ca-
No. 365 W. M. Jordon Daw- will repose in the chapel beginning i rey, MrsCarey, Mae Lizzy

Thanks for cards, donate kins; Royal Arch, Bro.Wilson, 2 p.m. Sunday until |Smith, Elizabeth King, Ha-
tions, flowers, loans of cars, :High Priest; Seminole Chap Monday afternoon. Other survivors i rold vrr ght. Juanita Wright.Smllinjj .. THOUGHTFUL&t

the neighbors of 10th St. & ter O.E.S. q17, Sis !HattieNot- include 2 sisters; \ ,
4th Ave. Also of 13th St. & 'tage W.M.; Heroines of Jeri- Charmane and Annie ; 2 bro- BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur

4th Ave. and many friends for I cho, Sis. F. Horton, Miami; thers; Johnnie and Delmar

kind words and deeds that Temple Crusade, Sis. Ercell Rodgers and several other re- ability and desire to

were rendered. Major, P.c.; to all the neighbors latives.
and friends for flowers, carry out your wishes, together -

Special thanks to Jackson cards and telegrams and donation ) with
NOTICE K our experience
Memorial Hospital staff and : of cars.May God bless S ,

employees and Richardson I i each of you. Mt. Moriah Baptist Church r mean a service that is

Funeral Home. The McKenzie Family Baptist Church will hold their conducted with beauty and

Revival meeting from Sept. '

Thanks to everyone. She CARD OF THANKSThe 25. Prayer meeting will start r understanding. -to comfort.
will be sadly' missed. for
She' a week beginning sept. 13 k -f' f

leaves to' mourn three daugh- family of the late through Sept. 18. The sermons j.
ters Mesdames Lillian will be delivered ,,
Rolle, from the 20th
Lylene McKenzie, Selena CORA HERMON through the 24. Rev. E. R. \ 5' "My Father in Heaven, helpme

Saunders, three grandchildren(ho passed away at Kings- Pinkney from Cairo, Georgiawill never to forget Thy Love

Lillian Richardson, Carolyn tree, South Carolina, wish to deliver the messages. Eddie Lee --- it looks up to me in the

Adams and Richard (Ricco) hank their many friends for Don't miss this old fashion I man popular local beauty of the flower ."
Saunders, fifteen great grandchildren Revival meeting.Rev. I nessman. Is the new Pitt'l John
ards: letters, telegrams and Henry Jowett
and a host of nieces W. C. Edcar, pastor. I er cr the Dive-Inn
and nephews, relatives and fl lowers during their time of 1772 NW 79th St. '- .i Oscar L.
friends. s sorrow I K91-9131. He Invite Range
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO 1 his old friends to come

Mrs. Lillie Johnson, sister CHURCH SUNDAY J mIl) meet new friends I 7. Funeral Home
The Family And Family Everyone: welcome I Indf


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 10. 1965 9

CARS FOR SALE
HELP WANTED
FOR SALE FOR SALE
56 Cadillac
Coupe De Ville.
,CLASSIFIED Clean in and out. New transmission Cashiers-Stockmen. To workat Clean as a Whistle 1545 N.E. 153rd Terr.
Shell's City. Call 633.7250
.. .... just tuned up to go.
1801 N.W. 94th St. 696-6229. a.m. p.m. leave your name and $9900 Total $250 Down

FOR SALE FOR RENT Indf address. $57.36 Month $57.36 Month

Lovely 2 bedroom home Painted in and out like
J Beautiful, clean, like ,new Room in private home. Call 6p.m. OPPORTUNITY
home
bedroom
Quiet 2 near
FOR SALE near Liberty City. new
.
and all
I duplex. Both up- day Sunday. OX-
CBS 4-room $3500 $3500 residential area. Close to N. Miami Beach shopping
Iper or lower, (urn. & unfum., 17056.
yard. Couple only, no 1005 N.W. 4TH COURT everything. Move in while cdnter. Move in while qua-
large For man or woman to -
pets. $20 wk. See at 4113 NW. 1 bedroom apts. Adults only. $11,900 Total reliable wig and cosmetic purchase qualifying. I will pay closing lifying. I will pay closing

23rd Ave. Then callCA 1.2535 Unfurnished. $65 month. 4032 $58.07 Month c ost.Owner 3733304. costs. Owner 3733304.
| or 6332429. N.W. 23rd Ave. 6914668. store, 6261 N.W. 7th
Beautiful duplex only 8
Established. Illness
65 N.W. 49th SL All CBS Ave. -- ...61.I'1" " ',111,11
old. -------- -
Live free.
Room years rent forces sale. Fixtures and
Fla. ,
2 big bedrooms Lovelyefficiency apts. for I
carporte, separate garage, or 2 adults. Lights water and 2 bedroom upstairs, efficiency stock included. Low rent. Join the NAACPI

tile roof, hardwood floors, gas furnished. No deposits. and garage down. Edison Center. PL 1.8981
oversize lot all for only$13 $20 week. Also 1 bedroom for stairs. Owner 3733304. all
000 total with $400 Down couple. NE 55566. Saturday day. i.jujuuLtj.tjj..t., toa.i.tjLfjuu.n.ttt11o.t.o.t.tju.a, ,
No Closing Costs $80.80 -4Nice.----
monthly, Don't hesitate call room for man or women. !
Best Buys
AETNA Phone 7575724.REALTY ( Broker) 5710 6348495.N.W. 19th Ave. Phone FOR RENT I Life's ,


$40() Down No closing Room in private Christian r EXCELLENTBUSINESS LOCATION SUNDAY COME SEE
costs. 160 N.W. 44th SL, FOR SALE OPEN ALL DAY -
enclosed home. A quiet sober man. N.W. 2TTO AVENUE
CBS 2 Bedroom, 4842
porch, separate garage, tile N.W.9654.47th St. area. Call 634- 4147 N.W. 23rd Ct. Good Pedestrian Traffic 8220 N.W. I4TH PLACF

roof, hardwood floors, total 3 large bedrooms, Fla room,

$12,000 call AETNA only$74.39 REAI.'I'YBroker monthly bedroom apt. unfurn. Adults, furn., 2 baths, garage & Building Parking suitable for me- Like new CBS, Fla room, jalousied windows

757.5724- nice neighborhood. Close in. workshop. Must sell. Bargain at $9,800 $250 down and $62 month
( ) (Phone dical, dental, attorney'ssuite
$65 mo. 4032 NW. 23rd Ave.
ft.
Open Sunday. or store. 1250 sq.
6914668. KEY REALTY
CALL: 1942 N.W. 85TN STREET
Heal :3 Bedroom $350 361-53M
2 bedroom unfurn.
Down. 1245 N.W. 86th St.- furn. Duplex. $25 &I bedroom$20 wk. NE 4-9251 or NE 4-1714 Modern CBS, awnings, appliances, furniture,

CBS Air Cond., tile roof, 7 Nice area. Ben-Kori, Realtor. 5140 N.W. 27th Avenue Bargain at $8,350 $250 down and $52 month
years new, stove and refri- 7512243.
gerator total only $11,200.
:No: Closing Costs $79 1365 N.W. BETH STREET

monthly pays everything HELP WANTEDCAB CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS
be first call AETNA REALTY Lovely CBS, large fenced yard, appliances
DRIVERS. Apply at DIAL NOW FOR MONEY IN I HOUR Wl 9-0077
( Broker) Ph 7575724. $750 down, no qualifying, move right in
Cab Officsj N.W.
Society 269
* *
SMALL PAYMENTS .

Duplex Beauty' 21st--Street.---- Indf. $ 1,000 ....................$ 20 Month Large 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, fenced, tile roof

This is really a gorgeous Musician. Able to play the $ 2,000 ....-....-.........$ 30 Month Only $11,000, $350 down and $63 month

place. Live in spacious 2 Hammond Organ. If interested $10.000 .....................$100 Month *
bedroom air conditioned home
call 6965601. Good pay. 1880 N.W. 86TH TERRACE
and rent other one bedroom LOANS
___ S17 ON VACANT LOTS HOMES OR ACREAGE
---- -
dif
this is really something
ferent. Total terms, TAILOR let and 2nd Mortgages Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, carport, fenced, appliancesNo
$15,500
if you are looking for income Continental Tailor Shop. 636S. R. I. Baron Mortgages qualifying, $1,500 dowel, move right in
property see this and live Miami Ave. 3792921.
*
rent free. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor ---
'
14535 N.E. 5th Avenue Mortgage Broker
MECHANIC
612 N.W. 60th St. Call
anytime. 7512243. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMESIF
SERVICE STATION, 6195 NW .
----
Bedrooms 22nd Ave. Excellent deal for YOU ARE BEING DISPLACED, LET US

Total $11,00 3 only $350 down right man. .......' .........IN.UEIaIi r HELP YOU BUY ANY FHA HOUSE $100 DOWN.

and $74 month, pays all. Thisa CHILDCARE I! Flint Stltcttei ii MIMI1I ,
:: "" "(
beautiful home so spotless ;"' wfi.it 7 t ,1I.: i ,
. and clean you won't believeit REGISTER NOW! I i '" 'LYELYiHOMES-OPEN : > ---<> "' W 0. "'''1'1 :" ,',I. '
: :
'Mbv :
and it is FHA .1
spacious.
terms see this so home and you Little Folk Play School I= :i-::: f NEW,.LOW. DOWN PAYMENTS < {Life 'Realty Ir k.r :
will buy it. 612 N.W. 60th St. Hot lunches personalized A ., .
care. j.; 1 v EZ, :TttII.'- Loss. Toe. R.*t2J23 #""' 0 "lf. .
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor. Call Licensed day nursery and .tt B !/$"' e ,, #? t' {/ : 4W2+ ': 'NW 7tl Afe. PI :

anytime 7512243. kindergarten = N.W.6TH STREET II : ; ,. f-437J

--Corner---Beauty Phone 3290: 635:5283 N.W. 45th or Street 634.3044 (I |lilt look ..,...1... To see .e is to b.y ...) pjI : .,. Open- 7,0Cl1' .P,. "Week -;Even'in as'Toohfyr .>,'

46th St. beauty 3 bedroom, = I an o braid new bto.tlM 3 bdroo, 2 barb with II : ir
2 bath, huge Fla room, fenced
This is really nice, no quali family roo. and ,oro,.. 1 block froa school, 1 block B
' fy. Need $1,500 cash total Iron busses end 4 blocks fro. North side Skoppiig B
I'
$13,000. Wonderful for large Center. JM20

-large..---- LOVELY HOMES = N.W. 2IST AVENUE EDISON I Specials

Couple Wanted Boavtihl CBS 3 bedroom, two bath, oak floors, tilt H

Beautiful 2 bedroom 2 bath Built to Please You roof and .,port. $450 down. $85 .ottt I
doll house
this is solovelyyou
On Our Lot or Yours -0-
= .
can't imagine stove refrigerator -

,air conditionerwashing Large Lots 100x100For = 70 N.W 4TTH TERRACE 5gj I OPEN SUNDAY I -6 P.M.
machine. This is so ideal
for a couple who are looking Homes or BusinessLot Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Fla ro... Only 2a 1840 N.W. 41ST STREET

for a special built home. Only 50x140$1,200 old. By appointment only. Ii
$11,000 and $350 down and years 2 bedroom CBS house, plus 1 bedroom CBS cot
i CASH PAID FOR LOTS = -0-- Neat and clean be. Small down
$78 a month pays all. FHA tage. as can pay.

terms. 612 N.W. 60th St. A. HOMES, MORTGAGES 4625 N.W. 16TH AVENUE I: ment. FHA price, FHA terms. No closing costs.
Ben-Kon, Realtor, call any-
time 751-2243. = Air conditioned, 2 bedrooms, plus Fla room, $200 B

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1965'i'

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millions..1 leave 'them idefe! : Our Tenants-Clients and PR 9-8451 Miami Times,
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_. 0421; Hutchinson's Realty,
-- Friends
Dear :
5178 N.W. 17th Ave.,691-S611
SALTER'S CHAPEL AME LIBERTY CHOIR UNION IN ad Corbars Restaurant 1432 N.W.
On Saturday, September
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor HIALEAH SUNDAYThe 18, a group of his friends are 3rd' Ave.
',Flossie Marshall reporter tendering a testimonial dinnerto May we ask that you give
.On Wednesday night Sal- Choir's Union will \ our mutual friend LutherL. this your prompt attention in
ter' Chapel along with the convene at New Mt. Zion Baptist Brooks in the Playhouseat order that we may make the

pastor rendered service at Antioch Church, Hialeah, Rev. R. the Miami Springs Villas.We necessary arrangements.
Baptist Church, Rev. C. Solomon, pastor, on Sundayat feel that you will wishto Time: Cocktails 6 to 7

Wiggins, pastor. 3 p.m. Everyone is invited join us in this tribute to p.m. Seating 7 to 7:25 p.m.
Sunday was such a beautiful The choirs of the Un Ion are a man who has done so very sharp.
day with sunshine and planning an inspiring evening much for the building of this Some of the members of
showers, with a very strong of spiritual gospel music. communityand who has givenof the committee of 100 plan-
message by our pastor. We Also, we welcome the returnof himself so unsparingly for ning the dinner are: Dr. E. S.
were'so happy to have few our chaplian. Rev. Ronald its betterment. Shirley,Rev. II. E. S. Reeves

visitors with us. Also to return Rahmings. The presidentswish Tickets for the dinner are Dr. W. A. Chapman, Dr. Sey-

from scholl is Mr. Payen to express thei 1 grati- $7.50 each and you may order mour Fox, J. R. Taylor,
and Miss Barbara Mason. tude and appreciation to the the number of tickets you I Clyde Kiliens. Charles North,

The Missionaries will hold many friends and well wish wish by contacting these :Summer Hutchinson. Clarence -
their meeting Sunday at 4 p.m. ers who have been helping our places: i I Gamble. W. O. Perry Wil-
All members are asicd to at- programs to be a success. The Bonded Rental Agency, :lie Richardson, Art Green,
tend. Sister Emily Benson, mistress of ceremonies for the Inc., 4150 N.W. 7th Ave., PL 'P. R. Elco Cobar, chairman;

supervisor, and Sister Clau- p.m. was Mrs Minnie Laugh. 9-8736. Charles A. Lockhart (Charles A. Lockhart. P.R. ;
dia Dixon, president. Comingsoon lin, a member of the Holy or Art Green; North's Travel j,secretary.
is the Youth Carnival Temple Baptist Church of Bureau. 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.,

Saturday Sept. 18 from 7 p.m. Opa-locka. Welcome address Rev. J. B. Blacknell of St. James A.M.E. Churchis

to the wee hours of 10 p.m. will be delivered by Sis. congratulated at his church dedication by his attor- NEW MACEDONIA
All members are urged to pay Shirley Sr tal The guest choirbe BETHLEHEM BAPTIST GREATER
Irwin Christie. Mr. Christie donated to the
ney, $100
their budget money Sunday the Antioch Baptist Church of
church. Christie is candidate for the Miami City Com- 3165 NW 56th Streeet
,
a
sum of $2.00. The Crusadersar i New Liberty City. Rev. Essex.:
planning them anniversary All visitors a'd welcome.Mt. mission for the seat vacated by Mrs. Alice Wainwright. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor

for Sept. 21 through the Zion choir No. 2, hostess. Many outstanding individuals were on hand at the dedication Willie J. Beard, reporter
26. Don't forget Women's Day Deacon G. W. Smith is Services on the first Sun-

on Oct. 25.Quarterly. president; Mrs. Iva Smith, re-, exercises. day were veru high. Both
conference will porter. choirs both usher boards
be held on the 3rd Sunday. ATLANTIC COAST NTT. CALVARY M.B. 4 along with the pastor were at

Don't forget the sick and SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCHRev. their best.
Rev. S. Atchison, pastor
shutin, remember those who MINISTERS ANODEACONS' Remember visitors, if you
Carter, reporterOn
are in need.EBENE'ZER. A. M. Griffin, pastor Constance are out of a church home, we'd
Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter UNIONMt. behalf of our approaching love to have you at the Holy

Sunday at 3 P.m. the No. 1 Zion Baptist Church, Men's Day, there will be i t' GhrstJs Headquarters.

METHODIST Usher Board will) observe its West Palm Beach, the Rev.j. Tea at the home of Mrs. Ca- :"-
4th anniversary. Rev. Oscar j. H. Johnson, pastor, was therine Parker 2000 N.W. .
Rev. A. D. Hall, pastorE. West, pastor of Bethlehem host to the Ministers' and 55th Terrace, on Sunday, Sep-
Ingram, reporter Baptist Church will deliverthe Earth Gold-
Deacons Union of Atlantic tember 12. Mrs. .
Men's Day at Ebenezerwas sermon while his choir and Coast Baptist Association on ware of Mt. Coma Baptist i .

a financial success. Total ushers serve. August 2729. Church, will be the guest I CALL
amount raised $3,500.70.Mr. Sept. 11 the Deaconess The opening program on speaker. Many talented soloists -
James E. Martin reported Board will have dinners on Thursday night was very interesting will also be featured at Rev. Oscar West, pastorA M.IvIu Fox
sale at the home of Sis. E.
$251.25 and was crowned Mr. with the choirs of the Tea. Everyone is invitedto
Woodson, 2136 NW 75th St. Mt. Zion and Enebezer render- this cordial invitation is ex-
Ebenezer by the outgoing Mr. tea.TR1K1TY FOR
Won't stop or call 696- ing bcautifu1 selections.
Ebenezer, namely Mr. Ben you ---01.--; : tended to you, Sunday, Sept.
Strachan. 0647 for one cr more of these President H. W. Moss, vice C.M.ERev. 19 at 3 p.m., the Pastor's installation STOCKSBONDSMUTUAL

Two very inspiring messages dinners president A. F Hanna and Service. Rev. Mackof
Visitors are always wet T. A. Rolle FUKDSPerry's
presided
over New Macedonia Baptist
for the day were delivered come. Rememoer C. C. Cowsen, pastor
to visit and the sessions. President E. J. Church, Carver Ranches is y--
Mr. Clifford Matt
by
Mrs. Iva Smith, reporter
for the sick and shut-ins.
pray Clark was in charge of the the guest speaker.
hews whose
morning
speaker afternoon There will be big cele-
women Sunday ; Supt.C. a Services were like old
around family
centered
message E. Gobs on took care: of the bration on Sun. Sept. 19 at 3 revival the b
time throughout !
life in the community, McGHANEY SPEAKSLet
Sunday School and Pres. K.
The Junior Choir's Seventh deliveredboth
.
t p.m. day as our, pastor
and our own Mr. George Ross, Trotti, the Training Union.
the people praise thee, Anniversary. Everyoneis messages; and the No. 1
evening speaker.The O God; let all the people Inspiring and informative, invited come and witness and the Junior Choirs delivered -
Men Chorus was at
messages were delivered by
praise the. Psalm 673. this great program. See and music with Sis. C. Kender- P
their best select-
rendering the Revs. E. J. Clark, I. C.
I have sickness also hear some of the greatest junior rick and Aldine Sales, musi
ions, which were very spiri-
Smith
Mickins
Joseph and choirs of the Suchas
city.
tual. death in my family this week Ernest Williams. Alternateswere cian. Those present were
chairmen and but however I am trying to the Corinth Baptist Church spiritually blessed from the
The pastor the Revs. T. A. Rolle,
carry on the work that I am Juniors, the Antioch Baptist theme "God's Righteous, at
express their thanks to the J. A. King, H. W. Moss. The
captainsmembers andfriendsfor supposed to do. I have triedto Church of Brownsville Juniors, Christ expense. (Jesus the
Male Chorus of
remember to take every- Temple sang the Silvertone Juniors of Mia- Co-signer)."
a successful day. during the Sunday
thing to God in prayer: and if morning mi. Also, the great and well September is a busy month
service and
New Bethel's
we will do this we will find known Junior Male Chorus of with Bethlehem rendering
of mind of choir sang during the evening. Sweetfield Baptist Church in
peace regardless service at New Shiloh on the
METHODIST The Rev. Johnson and
MT. SINAI mem-
conditions. Let us say, seek bers of Mt. Zion gave the Coconut Grove. The st. Mark 12. The pastor's installation
(HALLANDALE) ye first the kingdom of God, a splendid entertain- Junior Choir will also be ap- on the 19th, musical program
Rev. W. H. Butler, pastor and his righteousness, and Union ment.The pearing as well as many 24th, and Choir No. One 7th
Sonja Butler, reporter you will receive.the, power to next quarterly meeting others. Anniversary the 26.
carry on. SQ".mtil.alaterdate, will be held in October at These children will appreciate

:The Sunday School hour, If God's .will, thanks. and God Temple Baptist Church. Miami. your presence. -
was spiritually inspired by bless you all. Please support them. < "
all who attended. The hour THE INCARNATIONNote The address is 511 N.W' : Deblrit :Ploy I and'
was well attended. The hoursof ZION HOPE MB CHURCHWe 4th Street

wotship were well attended the change in the ;
"I Am had wonderful serviceall -. .......-.--- ..--. -.-.-. ': .i."li 't I* Nursery
also. The sermon: hour for services'' A
the Bread of Life" deliveredby day long. Rev. Freeman 8 a.m.-Holy Communion, .._
of his soul all
ached out
pre
the pastor was soul stir- 1045: a.m.-Sunday School, TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO I WE OFFER:
ring and food for thought. day.The 11 a.m. Choral Communionand Curriculum
officers of the church CHURCH SUNDAY
Thirty-eight communed to the
sermon.
will have a turnabout serviceon Individual resting cots
Lord's Table.
If have not doneso
Tuesday night. you as yet
The and women of please ... *Hot lunches
pastor The pastor is asking every- pay your subscription -
the church have now launched to the air condition fund. *
attend Field
one to prayer meeting.And .. trips
their annual Women's Day
will
that attend
Drive.I We urge all of our their weekly everyone meetings.Rev. BE A NURSE'S AIDE THERE WILL BE NO PICK UP AND DELIVERY

friends to help us in this Paul Freeman pastor CENTERVILLA THE IDEAL SCHOOL FORTRAINING SERVICEFor

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 10, 1965 11

rspearing with......... Little River is open every week night from 5 till
7 p.m. for training and boxing. Run by Dan Licitra, Looking the

ft" manager of Eddie Linder, 126 lbs and undefeated in
xTttk. 1 fc.
last 17 bouts. How about Jerry Powers and Eddie Lin
1 der for the Florida Featherweight .Championship. SPORTSWORLD r a

The Veterans Boxing ,
Association has increased '

its membership immensely .
:
ati I since forming. Applications t

BY HARRY SPEAR I are piling in. Ike 8.(LEO A ;RISTEROVer
Vaughn one of the officials

HURRICANES OPEN SEPT. 19 AGAINST SMU with the organization has +

returned home after vacationing RATTLER SCHEDULE APPEARS WEAK
SMU could be one of Miami's most spectacular in
Tenn. and New The Florida A&M Rattlers have been accused in
openers in years. The, Mustangs play wide open foot- York. If you wish to write : .
lot of weak sister teams in
the past of scheduling a
ball. They have been building for two years and are Tommy Ross at the Fifth
the SIAC. But we can't blame Jake Gaither too much
building their 1965 force around something like 32 Street Gym, Washington
for this because the entire SIAC is a weak conference.The .
lettermen. A greater part of last year's squad, includ- Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
Rattlers can get very little national stature by
ing 29 lettermen return. Three additional lettermentwo .
them first stringers rejoin the after playing teams like Allen, S. Carolina State, Alabama
( of ) team beingout MLUE RODGERS ENTERS also plays baseball. Rodgersis
of action for a year. One of the x '63 returnees is expected to help Miami- A&M and Morris Brown. One thing is certain-on Dec.

probably the fastest back in America today. He's 9.3 DADE JCMiamiDade Dade's guard situation-the 4 we'll see the Rattlers up against a real good team
Falcons have one guard returning here in the Orange Blossom Classic.Here's .
speed ,merchant John Roderick. Only one man, the fabulous Junior College from last year's state
has the Rattlers schedule:
Bobby Hayes of Florida A&M has ever beaten signed guard Willie Rodgers championship team.
of Northwestern High to a September 18, Allen University, Columbia, S.C.;
him in the 100 yead dash. basketball scholarship giving
25 South Carolina State; Tallahassee; October 9Ala-
Roderick was "Back of the Week" in the United the Falcon two of the top t ,
three '" bama A&M, Normal, Ala.; 16 Morris Brown, Tallahassee -
,
States two years ago when he rushed for 146 yards to high scorers of last sea t
REDUCELos 23 Tennessee State, Nashville, Tenn.; Novem-
win Ni then the son.The ; ,
lead a 32 to 28 upset over vy, nation'sNo.
Falcons had earlier wp to 6 povads : ber 6, A&T College of N.C.; Greensboro, N.C.; 13,
1 team. He was ineligible last fall. signed Butch Stallntgs. the
MacWhite, quarterback and captain, is the only two-time Countyscoring champ WEEKLY : Southern University, Tallahassee; 20, BethuneCookman -

1963 star returning to the team. (31.2 average from St. pat- 1545 S. W. 1st Street : Tallahassee; 27, Texas Southern, Jacksonville -
rick's High.) FR 3-2748 : December 4, Orange Blossom Classic at Miami.
* .
Rodgers ranked third among
University of Miami athletic officials are lookingfor high school scorers last sea- DR. LONG'S CLINIC r CLAY VS PATTERSON IN NOVEMBER
a big opening crowd for the SMU opener Sept. 19. son, getting 484 points ,in 19
Tickets for the game are going good. They're on saleat games for a 25.5 average. lie L. 'rSl __ Cassius Clay has agreed to defend his title against -

the University's downtown Miami ticket office, 228 Floyd Patterson in late November, a spokesman for

S.E. 1st Street. *M101OIIUUUGIZUMUriIM" Intercontinental Promotions, Inc. said At the same
* time it was announced in Toronto that Ernie Terrell
MAiNE TtAIHWG" would defend his World Boxing Association heavy-

BETHUNE WILDCATS HAVE weight championship against George Chuvalo in mid-

18 LETTERMEN RETURNING October in that Canadian city Neither story was
I MIAMI lNSTITUTEl
Coach Jack "Cy" McClairen of the Bethune-Cook- ,,) )) confirmed by any of the fighters involved.
**********
man Wildcats ,announced that the 1965 squad reported fx

for practice September first. l OF TECHNOLOGYfl S SI DOUG JONES FIGHTS PRENTICE SNIPES TUESDAY

about the loss of
McClairen expressed concern &* g> l Wt W'JUllllUIM
gW 1 1In Doug Jones, the heavyweight that most experts
lettermen from l last squad but indicated that College 1I
15 year's 3)ata ? Sciences
of .
o<<$ ng .I say beat Cassius Clay, comes out of 11 months of
with the return of 18 lettermen plus the new groupofball
I'; KEY PUNCH 'COMPUTER self-exile Tuesday night against trial-horse Prentice
players many of the problems would be eased. ', PRSGRAMWNQ
Snipes in a, 10-rounder at Miami Beach Auditorium.

Lloyd "Tank" Johnson, the other half of the all I Ma I$.,WOIHtI e"',sls.w stew dis Jsits'pacrssis' Once the No. 1 lightweight contender Jones has-
'
i f' 18 n't fought since being stopped in 11 rounds by Cana-
Alumni coaching staff of the wildcats said, "we are f'.14" the fass1 pewisig H.Y (Iw tile U.S.
<<< "t'L 'Mf: : :"' ,J"1' dian
:ri : George Chuvalo at Madison Square Garden last
expecting some pretty big men .in this year and It ,1 f:! ':TRAM HOW,, ,j FUR A'SECWE+ FUtE f : ht October. That was a title elimination bout for the
they can make it,we should have a pretty good team." 'f-j':f f" *'' Ei> aew" : lMwtAlrq,:...tII"N', 'I;$<<' "."
aro.
Some of the lettermen expected to return are: Rudolph ,i Jrl, 1ii J't ;.}' "fi.' >> ft WBA's version of the heavyweight championship.Jones .

Barber, Captain, S'll':' 234 lb. tackle from Win- 'tF,,V1 r.;i#!"i!" ??::::j1> t.L.,.1':.'AveilahleMN 4'Ktf'. I ,',' ":\ "'t,", ; fought Clay in March of 1963 and lost on a

ter Haven; Larry Little, 6' 241 tackle from Miami; t im-iasrs--! controversial split decision. He was jumped to No. 4

Johnny Doublas,5.11" 235 lb. guard from Lakeland; .. _t< '... .....\.i. ,.. ,"t among heavyweight contenders after Clay won the title
favorite
Elijah Gipson, 6'1" 216. lb. full back from Panama 1t' ''; ',kit,, '.}A'1'h, $! 'kt from Sonny Liston, and Jones went in a 2-1
1((: iceH..i111..1 Y.dl ....... .;l"M: !. 1 r against the lumbering Chuvalo.
City Collins Smith 5!q' .181 lb. halfback, from Mul- "' .. ,
; !'tt' :' "" H.I..1t': "" ''' + 'L::> : h'''' "
a.t.f''f..t ,,
i ",, 99 JMWW WHS CWnp.Wv ,," ,
berry; GeorgeKing: 5M.1" 170 lb. quarterback from, ? *-. ,*** ** $ >> >,*i <,% %.* 'r .t ,
JD. end from Palmetto 3 :: ; : ; ;;;
Pomparto, .;..&nd'James"Greene.. ;.... .'........ '0'" 6' 187 I.stit.te T.ch..l N.M, nAye.I .
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Also expec'ted'to out for the team are: James
try HAM E............-..............................AG E............
Barry, 6' 240 lb. guard from Delray Beach; Willie 9 I

Brown, 6'1" 250 lb. Delray Beach; Curtis Paschal, STREET ........................................................... .
5'10" 180 lb. halfback, from Pittsburgh, Pa. Clewis .
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Wright, 5'10" 180Jb. quarterback, from Hastings; and a CITY..............................PHOH...................... N
Samuel Smith, 6'1" 250 lb. tackle, from Jacksonville.The ''''" '', .
1965 Wildcat Schedule !.fI...I..I.I..ENOW

Games Home: October 2: Albany State College, 2pm. titJrnc ;

October 9: Morris Brown College (Homecoming) >: acttvratY DRUG
2 p.m.; i 4'L'NqThJ: :izrrir _

Games Away: October 16: Benedict, Columbia, S. 6750 NW ISlh AVENUE Harold Jolllrelte, Muuger

Carolina; October 23: Alabama A&M College, Hunts-

ville, Ala.; October 30: S. Carolina State, Orangeburg, POST TIME

S. Carolina. November 6: Clark College Gator Bowl, 8:00 P.M."rb. Dugies Guest Hous

Jacksonville; November 13: Open; November 20: Flo-

rida A&M University, Tallahassee; November 27: Al- t.., Th_ hov*. of whusMal roams' -1

len University, Phillips Field, Tampa. '\}; ,"j,;: ': ': "'*K e.|, u. In,mini* : '.' S'.' :,"y','

* 'fll 1ratelr"plash t .:Ewa thel l .ngw you,tayflnd'S.eing ; I
1I)> ,'t: ; t*' .Un1 '/ (j fir, a
FAVORITES OUT OF FLAGLER'S COUNTDOWN
Jhr aecDnedes1ens!you resefire., ,>;;
The second round in Flagler's $10,000 Count- Not1.w'. Oryhwlstrrpl ..:t.V tl ftn.'....'y"f..thr.brothi.t.; -

Down Stake was scheduled to come up WednesdaySept. .N OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY

( 16) with most of the original favorites already
NOW! TWIN DOUBLEs 2341 N.W. 41111 STREET 34-3851
counted out of the 5/16th mile event.

Happy Stutz Comstat, Ray DuPree's Another Bonus JAMAICA DUGIE

Les Cole's Wild Jean and perhaps Gene Randle's Always a friend

Discuss appear as the new favorites, but after what ,...

happened in the first round, even they may not make it .. .
to the third round which is scheduled for Saturday. #'II' ( ,I.I"I" '

Sixteen were scheduled to go to the post for Wed. } THANK YOU

nesday's event with the last four finishers in each of .: We wish to sincerely thank each of you

the two stakes tests to be eliminated, leaving eight I, 0 whose
for the Saturday run.The.greyhounds. : continuous priase of my divinely Inspired -

running last and next to last in t "HEAT TREAT" for helping it to be-
j
Saturday's third round will be dropped from the com- : come a part of a select chain.

petition, with two more cut in each of the next two As of August 15, 1965,1 I will only handle -

rounds, leaving only two to fight it out for the winner'send Xl'q q0 : 500 to 1,000 "HEAT TREATS"
per year.
of the jackpot on September 25.
$10,000
The winners of the first round heats were Her- : Again, thanks, to you for your patience and

schel Hutch, who returned a whopping $62 fa each $2 patronage.

ticket; Wild Jean, who paid $21.40, Medley Judy, I an with Humility.

$21.60( and Discuss, $8. Gratefully yours,
Eliminated in the wave of first-round upsets were
such as Crl t Along, Rockstreet, Medal and Seventh- i O'Connor T. Clark, Creative Engineer I
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Joe Christian Named Seagram Mays Faces North Dade, VETTV


Plan for ChairmanJoseph Carver Plnvs NorthwesternNo
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Mohammedian pilgrimage sic when the NorthwesternBulls
W. Christian has to Mecca will ever equal are pitted against the 379-7735
been appointed Vice Chairman the football pilgrimage to Booker T. Washington Tor 846 NW 2 Ave.

of the Plan for Progress Com- the Dade Junior College sta- nadoes.

mittee of Joseph E. Seagram dium tonight, neither in numbers their SERVICE
The five schools and SALES
& Sons, Inc. The purpose of nor in pious devotion. Nor RENTAL, ,
the group is to insure imple- head coaches are as follows:
did mussulmen ever pore RADIO, PHONO, T.V.
Booker T. Washington-All"
mentation of the equal employment ,.. over the pages of the Holy CarberNathanielTraz
opportunity policy of c : Q'uran as did our five football I Hepburn; It OPEN 9-9
the firm and its sales di vi- coaches thumb the of Powell; Mays Lambert
pages
Reed; North Dade Vernon
sions.
the Football Rule Book.
The committee was formedas When the NorthwesternBulls Wheeler; NorthwesternJamesWanza.

a result of a meeting bet- and the .
Carver Hornet
A passed by
new ruling
ween President Lyndon B. clash, the turf is torn up, the
Johnson and Edgar M. Bronf- dust flies, and teen-age fans the Florida Interscholastic
man, President of Joseph E. go temporarily bcserk. That's Association lowers the age TV SALES & REPAIRS FREE DEUVERY
level and in some cases eli-
Seagram & Sons Inc., held to how the local high schools of
minated several key players. Authorized factory TV repair company
confirm th support of American -
Dade County tilt for the Big
The ruling was passed to conform -
industry in equal employ- Nine South Conference Football to standards set by the MOVED TO LARGER QUARTERS
ment practices. While such a
1\ampionship.the .
policy had been the historical positions on the publications annual clash between Florida High School Activi- NOW LOCATED AT

practice of Seagram, the group "People's Voice" and "Our Carver and Northwestern ge- ties Association.But 749 N.H. 62ND STREET
established insure World." ruling or no ruling-
was con- nerally draws the hottest local
Authorized RCA sales dealer
tinued and energetic action In 1949 Mr. Christian Join- attention with the exception youth must be served. It's
upon the goals of the Presi ed the marketing staff of of the Turkey Day Clas teen time again. All our sales and repairs guaranteed
dent's Committee on Equal Seagram Distillers Company.

Employment Opportunity.Mr. While there he rose to the -
SCOTT TV PL 1-8381
JOE
Christian, 54, is Pre- posts of National Sales Re-
sident of J. W. Christian Mar
presentative, National Su-
if M M H ff Sept.25
ket Consultants of New York pervisor and Assistant Director i.

City. He has resigned all of Public Relations.Mr. Only the Mighty

other accounts to devote full- Christian also holds ..... ............ ... .. ..... ....... .
time attention to Seagram. the position of Treasurer for .dt-15<. '" ....,,, ..#W, .. 1i
Mr. Christian began his ca- Hudgins Associates, the first : to' 'I'

reer as advertising space Negro-owned small business >'. > ', 8"1' TELEVISION SETS
_
salesman for the "New York investment corporation. He is ; 'y WW

Amsterdam News," rising to the former Vice President of %,**' 'tonita' *>yMjlr-
the post of advertising manager the National Association of $2OUP

lie later held managerial Market Developers. Would dare do ill! BEAUTIFUL RECONDITIONED GUARAN-


1 Changes in 'SocialSecurity I I LISTEN TO ", ft TEED TV SETS, ONLY $20 UP FULL

I PRICE. GET YOURS WHILE STILL AVAIL-

: Disability Program t" IXIE-r LWt ABLE. SPECIAL SALE FOR SEPTEMBER.
I :
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still have on any other wages the employee U.S.I.T. CORP.
Though
you to has earned. If the employee ) ''-.' .---". -......-....... ........... .v
totally disabled to qualify
I' disability checks, yourdisability the employer fails to report within his 10 days tipsto I 1P.M. TO 3:30 P.M. ON l i4so -'BM' 703 N. Miami Ave 371-9947
doesn't have to be
the employer is not responsible -
under the new law. Sept. 25.UL
for collecting the tax.
you can collect .iC.y
your disability nas lasted 12:
months or is expected to last '
that long. October is the first
month you can be paid if you
qualify under this new rule.

PAYMENTS TO DIVORCED

WOMEN

Beginning in September,
payments can be made to the
divorced wife of a retired,
disabled, or deceased worker -
if;
1. They were married 20
years before the divorce, and
2. The husband was making 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE.PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
a substantial contribution tc 1375 W.49th St. SHOPPING CENTER
the divorced wife's suppor W Hollywood Hialeah, fla. MIAMI, FLA. I Peirine, Fla. Miami, Flo.
when he started drawing social 945-0381 226-5631
821.1761
security or died. 635-0736 635.0736 238.2901 .
Payments can also be -
made,'beginning with September -

to have widows remarried and,widowerswho after 60 MON. THRU SAT. NO EMERGENCY : NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SUNDAY

(after 62 for widowers). Pay- 10-9 11-6
ments to these widows and

of widowers the retirement will be check equal to the Vi JUST CONSISTENTLY THE BEST BUYS AND THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN!

deceased spouse would have
gotten, or was getting, at 65.
For wxample: Mr. Jones retired r
at 65 and drew $100 a

month social security. Laterhe 4 Foam Sectional
dies. Mrs. Jones remar- pc.
ries at 62. Even though re-
married she can collect % tnTj&i .
of Mr. Jones' retirementcheck

$50 in this case, every .'
month. wi

NEW GROUPS COVERED BY t
.
SOCIAL SECURITY

,
For the first time, self- t
employed doctors will be
covered by social security.

; Most doctors will get social
\} security credit for the first
$4800 of their selfemployment \

income from the prac-

tice of medicine, beginningwith -
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1965.The taxable amount ,
,
goes up to $6600 beginning in : 't 1 l t !v la ) I
li.
i
1966.Beginning y 1 : 1 1i
January 1,1966, r
tips will be covered as wages

v by social security. To get social L, 1
I security credit for his
I .
tips, the worker will have to ? ;
cr il
give his employer a written I
report of his tips within 10
days after the end of the mon-
th the tips were received. The
employer will deduct the em- CUSTOM MADE
:
ployee's social security tax f

from any wages the employerowes c II REVERSIBLEZIPPERED
tne worker. If he owes
r i "' ? 1
-M
I
him no wages, the employee c CUSHIONS
will give the employer tye

tax money. The employerdoes SELF COVERED
not have to match the LIMIT PLATFORMS

employee's tax on tips, only 1
will give the employer the
tax money. The employerdoes OVER 100 TO A CUSTOMER .

not have to match the N SHOWROOM COMP. $169.96 TAKE HOME &,SAVE
employee's tax on tips, only





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