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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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,I $7.2 MILLION ASKED TO' I



I PREVENT MORE SLUMS HERECity


commissioners adop- North-South Expressway. but not to the point where they
ted a $7.2 million program Buena Vista, NE Second must be torn down and rebuilt. "

} I Monday to arrest blight and Ave. to the North-South Ex- Reese called the neighborhoods -
I 'improve four deteriorating pressway, between 46th St. "older and potentially '

I, neighborhoods in Miami and and the Airport Expressway. pleasant," but beset ;
sent it to Washington for ap- Wynwood, between N. Miami with social problems that ac- ,.
i proval. Ave., the North-South company low minimum hous- '*"

The federal government is Expressway, the Airport Ex- conditions. *

expected to pay two-thirds of pressway and NW 26th St. "The city," Reese said,
I the cost, the city and affected will undertake public improve- *
property owners will spend Santa Clara, between the ments designed to improve b'i
close to $2,5 million to save North-South Expressway and property values and make the *
neighborhoods worth saving 17th Ave. and NW 26th and areas more desirable places *
the areas are: 36th Streets. to live." *

The program is designed, After hearing Reese out*1 '*
Edison Park, 54th to 62nd k
City Manager M. L. Reese line the three-year plan, the .
Streets, roughly bounded by said, to stop blight in those commissioners approved the "
NE Second Ave. and the
areas that have deteriorated- projects. ;




This group of lovely young ladies were caught by photographer Bill Harris as Portable Heaters Ruled Out .. r

they waited to make their debut at Miami Beach auditorium Saturday night. Intro- : I
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duced into society by the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority were 117 high school graduatesfrom
Greater Miami schools.2'Negroes In Tough New Housing Code :w wMiami

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F" : 1 city commissioners backed the proposal, while a landlords supply permanent
: included.: in Application' unanimously approved Monday few commissioners were heat, Mrs. Range said she

I minimum housing codes neither hot nor cold on the was attempting to protect the

\' $.r'' M't '.. .. ., requiring landlords to furnish matter. Apartment owners and renters in slum areas and 'J1t
o : heat in all rental units, and heater distributors offered the people who live in heat-

>:, for ',Q.rLY."St &; I outlaw the use of portable heated opposition. less apartments. ::..
fuel-burning heaters in all Commissioner
David Ken- "When you are cold, you a
Comint Corporation (Com- presented as owners, thereby counselor and secretary of wood-frame rental homes and nedy said the ban would be do what you must to stay 4. .
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munity Interest) recently ap- having a direct voice in the Washington Shores Federal apartments. a tremendous burden upon warm," she told objecting
plied for permission to own operating of so important and Savings and Loan Association Owners of apartments and property owners." apartment owners. "A man ItL:
and operate Channel 9 TV Station profitable business.It hoped and practicing attorney, a heater salesmen objected Fire Chief Lawrence Ken- doesn't go to bed when his
(ABC), that is located in that this particular group will member of the Board of Directors strenuously to the change, ny said if any portable heat- children are crying because ,
Orlando, Florida. be successful, so that Negroes of United Appeal, a but the commissioners wrotea ers were allowed, then all they are dold." .r
In addition to including two elsewhere will seek representation -member of the Mayor's Inter- compromise code which they brands should be allowed."A What does he do1 1Je ,
I. Negroes on the original Board in the most Important racial Committee, a graduate said I is'strong enough help UL heater," Kenny said, finds heat, the cheapest heathe '
of Directors, the Board is media for information of Howard university school prevent or curb a repeat of "is just as dangerous as any can," she said and that .r.
composed of members from and influence in the United of Law, and other civic or- fires in Miami's slums.Commissioners other if not used properly." is often a bucket of charcoal. *VIt* ,

the various ethnic, racial, States as members of the ganizations. compromised Commissioner Athalie The fire code will set the .
religious and social groupsin board of directors and thereby Dr. James R. Smith, a only on where they Range then said she would restrictions on permissible

the community. All members represent the Negro as a minority practicing physician, president would allow the use of por- stand for a "watered down" heaters, and the minimumhousing ":.
share equal voting and profit member of the community. of the Washington Shores table heaters. code that "won't help the code will order the ;1i'

stock. The two Negroes includedin Federal Savings and Loan City Attorney Richard people, we're trying to help." landlord to supply "adequate"heat. "t
As far as known, there are the application are: Attor- Association, member of the Stone and Miami fire officialsEverybody The first to propose that .
no TV stations in the United ney Paul C. Perkins, the city Board of Directors of Orange

States where Negroes are re- prosecutor, of Orlando, the County Junior Achievement.

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I.I.Program To Guarantee Jobs For ...

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;' A''plan now in Congress is profit organizations, such as projects are underway providing no reasonable prospect of In4f
for who
jobs people getting a job on his own in
expected to speed up a "Jobs the churches, or cooperatives
cannot find work on their order to qualify. criminal I
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for Everybody" program and footing the rest of the bill. i.i.
own. record will not disqualify an : .
open up a new front in the They will be assigned to "Operation Green Thumb," applicant. -s-vs i.j

war on poverty. public projects, such as one of them,has hired several :
Officially named "Public This will cost the
program
thousand older farmers and
beautifying highways, fixing -e
Service Employment Training farm laborers to beautify high taxpayers $88 million for the .
up parks, cleaning out slums, a ,
Fund," the plan would put up I in first year's installment.The ,
or assisting professionals in ways Arkansas, Minnesota r eit
to 40,000 jobless adults to schools and hospitals. New Jersey and Oregon. new program aims at
work next year on federally An applicant must be out helping adults whom no pri- 0.
financed projects. Only a few experimentalThree of work for 15 weeks and have vate public employer wants. Wn 7 ;
Uncle Sam would pay 90

per cent of their wages, with ..,14

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white men were Nwuj,. .'' { :Jf,
charged Tuesday night by 't Odell Responsibilty By Whites '...
Sheriff Andrews with .t') 'j': .;' ./' \
murder in the death of a 65- ..'ro. **

i5 year-old Negro whose bullet- Racial Conflicts .'" .... 'If
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r riddled body was found in a Stop 'Us/
creek near Natchez, Miss., EARTHA KITT STAR OF CORONATION BALL J }
on Sunday. Donald Wheeler Jones, head lie said that lines of com- ?
Miss Eartha Kitt,talented actress and singer, will >
House Committee of local munication between the races
The on the chapter of the
be the star of the Miss Universe Coiorjation Ball for ")
Un-American Activities ear- NAACP, warned of wide- "This is a great town for j
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lier this year listed two of the spread racial violence unless Negroes if you have the 'I''the benefit of the Leukemia Society/J e'Ball will be .,:

men as past or present member something is done to wherewithal," he said. "You held on the evening of July 17 at the Fonfainbleau Hotel -

of either the White aid Negroes in America's can just about go anywhere. on Miami Beach.

Knits\ of the KKK of Missi- cities.. But the majority of Negroesin Music for listening and dancing will be by Jacques ,1 1C.r.1
sippi or the United Klans of Miami live the way they
Rep. William L. Dawson, Donnet and his orchestra. The past and present
did in Birmingham, Jackson,
America.
80, of Chicago, one of the Addressing a luncheon Miss Universe, plus contestants from over seventy
Held without bonds in meeting of Tiger Bay politi- Mississippi, and;! Selma, Ala.
nation's most powerful poli- will be in at-
countries and their Marine Corp escorts
ticians, won victory over two Adams County jail, Andrews cal Club Tuesday at the Du- He referred to the ex- .1'l
said, were Claude Fuller, 46, tendance. ..'
Plaza Hotel
pont Attorney
Illinois that bring
challengers in the change programs
Tuesday. One was of Kingston; Ernest Avant, Jones said the urban Negrois Latin Americans to Miami Reservations for this $50 a plate gala Charity Ball. t:i
on :
primary Fred D. Dullard, a former 35 of Washington, and James bitter and frustrated. The homes, schools and churches, can be made by writing to the Leukemia Society, 804 ,i*.>

YMCA director who was shot Lloyd Jones, 56 of Natchez. solution, he said, is not just then commented: Congress Building, Miami; or by calling the Society at ( hIThiV

by an unknown assailant mid- Shot to death on June 10 better housing and jobtraining I 373-2624. Tickets are all one price and seating is on
The other but more "personal, moral "I'm in favor 01' these who wish 'i t
way in the campaign. in the Kingston communitywas a first come first serve basis. Those to-tf- '
Ronald Wilson, who call- white. responsibility" by middle- programs. But ,can we then etas
was Ben Chester His serve a table may have the added pleasure of the corni
class whites to racial ignore neighbors in
stop our own
of laterin
ed himself a representative found two days
body was conflicts. backyard?" pany of the contestant of their choice at their table. 'ti
the "Civil Rights Party. Pretty Creek. 'r

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I ,.., Attorneys Argue II. Cases In 10 Days


WHO FIGHTS YOUR their parents had no right to'
Tool
sue for desegregation of public Manpower Funds For
BATTLESNEW school faculty and !staff

YORK NAACP Legal The appeal also raised ar ktYt
and Die Makers Project
Defense and EducationalFund objections to the "free
attorneys this week mop- choice" pupil desegration
ped their brows as they completed plan approved by the court. Here ApprovedU.
a hectic 10 Jays that
The hectjc ten days ended \
included Memorial h
Day court 1 .y
while most of June 2 with arguments, also S. Secretary of LaborW. makers. + r
appearances before the 4th Willard The jobs were developed
Circuit in Wirtz this week
the rest of the country wa!t ap-
enjoying the holiday. Richmond, against the high- proved an on-the-job training with the firm by the-Bureau of
handed tactics of the of Apprenticeship and Train-
Eleven cases that could Baltimore program for 20 unemployed or
have far reaching effects on I Md., police department. underemployed persons here ing of the U.S. Department of
in Miami. Labor and the Florida State
Negroes throughout the coun- Arguing the case was Mr. The funds are made avail- Employment Service.
try were argued in a ten-day Nabrit, assisted by staff able under the On-the-job training is given
Manpower Development -
period beginning May 24. Atty. Melvyn Zarr and prof. and by private industry with Fe-
Training Act
A sextet of Legal De-
Anthony G. Amsterdam of then (MDTA) to the National Tool, deral government reimbursement -
fense Fund lawyers was i
University of Pennsylvani a Die and Precision for job instructor fees and
New Orleans May 24 and 25; Law School, a widely known Association, Miami.Machining Federal instructional materials only. ,n
to argue seven vital cases involving criminal law expert who often funds totaling $23,107 will be The trainees receive wages,

while Director-Counsel school desegregation Jack, assists the Legal Defense used to train the 52 weeks as paid by the employer, duringthe
Fund. apprentice-entry tool and die period of training.
Greenberg went to Wichita,
Kansas., May 25 to argue another They appealed the refusalof j i Y.

school case. the federal district court to Polk
Before the 5th U. S. Circuit enjoin police from searching County To Get
Court of Appeals in New _
homes churches
Negro and
Orleans was Associate Counsel businesses without first obtaining First Negro Newspaper
,James M. Nabrit, III arguing search warrants.ELECTRONICS -
cases involving Bossier The HJW Publishing Company will be called the Polk
and East Baton Rouge of Winter Haven will pub- County Register, and will be
Parishes, La. lish a weekly newspaper beginning -distributed on Friday of each
Mrs. Ivis Mikell Grace was diploma from the
Staff Attorneys Norman C. Universityof
!,r June 18 and every week. This was createdout
? paper
Amaker and Charles H. Jones, F week thereafter to be distri- of a need for an informa- one of the 1,100 receiving a Miami on Sunday June 12.
Jr. of New York argued cases wLf buted throughout Polk County. tive Negro media commen- She is the daughter of Mr and
involving schools in Jefferson The newly formed company is cerable to the size of the journalistic backgrounds, and Mrs. Lee Mickell and the
County, Ala., and Caddo headed by three young men, county. Williams, a former physical mother of Kevin, Nadine and
Parish, La., respectively. William Fred Jackson, Sarasota Jackson, an editor of a education teacher now em- Dawn. She received the degree
Cooperating Attorneys Os- ; Ernest C. Hargett, Win- weekly paper in Sarasota, ployed with Prudential In- BEd. She has been acceptedfor
car Adams and Demetrius Newton ter Haven; and Otis P. Wil- and Harbett, a staff writer surance Company are the employment at Mianu
of Birmingham, made re- liams of Lakeland. for the Winter Haven Daily main principals of this new Edison Junior High.
spectively. Staff Attorney The weekly publication News-Chief, both have broad corporation.
Henry Aronson of Jackson,
Miss., appeared in behalf of
the. Clarksdale School integration y

The case.Legal Defense Fund

lawyers were joined by the LUCKY TIGER-MONEY
U. S. Justice Department in GRAD
five of the New Orleans cas-
COMMISSIONED IN
es. They argued for desegre-
gation of public school facilities ARMY RESERVE
and staff, and opposed -
"free choice" con- Winston Delano Scavella, S
cepts of schools integra- son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Scavella of 7134 NW 15th Ct.,
tion.A favorable decision in was among the graduates of i

thj_seven cases, which are Tuskegee Institute, on May t uN yy y
presently being deliberated, 30th. Scavella received the d
is expected to bolster the B.S. degree in electronics and
drive for integrated education was also commissioned as a
throughout the South. second lieutenant in the US
Air Force Reserve. Attending
Meanwhile, in Wichita,
graduation his mother
were ,
Mr. Oreenberg was arguing before -
Mrs. Manette Scavella, his
the 10th U. S. Circuit (
Court of Appeals in a case sister, Mrs. John E. Culmer,
and his brother, Elbridge
involving Oklahoma City,
schools.lie Scavella.On .
Okla., public
was fighting an appeal Tuesday June 14, he
taken by the school board reported to Chanute Air Force
.after a federal district judge Base, Rantoul,'. Illinois, to
last Summer ordered desegre- attend an aircraft mainte-
gation of faculty as well as nance officer course. Durationof
pupils. the course is 30 weeks, 3

Memorial Day found Legal days.
Defense Fund lawyers i in i Upon graduationLieutenant
Richmond, Va., before the 4th Scavella was offered jobs by a
U.rS. Circuit Court of A p- NASA, General Electric, and
peals. the Central Intelligence Agency. L\ S. \
He also offered /
Mr. Greenberg was fightingfor was a (
the life of a Negro sentenced stipend by Vilanova Univer-
to death for rape in sity to do graduate work. IM .
South Carolina.Mr. While as a cadet officer in ,
the ROTC he served .
Nabrit the same day program
was appealing a case invol- as Group Commander, Presi-
ving Durham, N. C. public sident of the Promotion and
schools.In Demotion Board and as a
the Durham case, the, member of the Cadet Evaluation -
Legal Defense Fund was i Board.
appealing a District Courtnlling He is a member of St.
that Negro pupils and Agnes Episcopal Church.





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THE MIAMI, TIMES; Friday' June, '17; 1966' 3 l

NAACP State Board to Meet. Here 'U
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Announcement is being Saturday, June 18 at 10 a.m. by a general discussion-pe I
made by Rutledge Pearson, ri ode I
Luncheon at 1:00: p.m. $3.00. II
i yy State Conference president, I
+ ( R f Branch presidents, Youth
'4 f that the Florida Conference Luncheon reservationsmust J
Councils and College Chap-
Board of the NAACP will hold be made in advance. I
ters are urged to attend this
4TJ Its board meeting and lunch- Contact Mrs. B. Brunt at '
meeting. An interesting
pro- i
eon at biscayne Terrace Hotel gram is being arranged with 621-0870 or Mrs. June Jack-
340Biscayne Blvd., Miami; good speakers to be followed son at 681-3619. '.'


i"I FLORIDA VOTERS LEAGUE DIRECTORS TO MEET M 11 I

I, The mid-summer meeting of an official bulletin of Presi- committee report from Panama f
I' A' the board of directors and dent L. V. Davis. city meeting recommendations I
I'r executive committee of the from Vice-president I. W.
r Florida Voters League, Inc. Main items on the agendaare Williams, redistricting of the "
is called for 10:30: a.m. Sa- : Re-organization of by- Florida Voters League, Inc.,
turday, June 25 at the Sadler laws committee. Report from and initiation of statewidevoter
\ Hotel in Orlando, according to awards committee, financial registration drives.
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N. Ducharme, president suant to this plan shares of Educators sales force.In .
of Windsor Life Insu- United Educators will be ex- a special interview with
rance Company of Americaand changed for shares of Wind- the Times, Mr. Ducharme r r Y4r
Frank Buchanan and explained that Windsor would .g
John B. Orr, Jr., chairman of sor.The transaction is subjectto continue its present policy of wNt = re
board and president of United the approval of the share- non-discrimination as to policy
Educators Life Insurance holders of each of the com issue and employment r.a > 6 li lifC ,It
Company of Florida jointly panics and certain other practices.In T Ia qt'i "
announced that the boards of conditions including the the picture above t
directors of Windsor and approval of the Insurance De- Garth C. Reeves and Buchanan ? t
United Educators had approveda partments of both states. Mr. watch as Orr and Ducharme
plan of reorganization between Ducharme stated that Windsor sign the merger. Times .,
the two companies. Pur., intended to retain United staff photo by Bill Harris ."IF

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REINSTATEMENT FOR, NEGRO TEACHERSRICHMOND :--- -.----.. C"!A_

The FourthU. However, the appellatecourt assume jurisdiction in the Graduates of Miami-Dade Junior College's John F. Kennedy Community Service .:

S. Circuit Court of Appealsthis found that the dismissed case and to supervise the Program receiving congratulations from M-DJC President Peter Masiko, Jr., are 1 to far
week ordered the rein-, teachers 'had been forced to the school board in setting up Roger Beasley, Jeanette Young, Lucille Howard and June Terry. Among the first "A
statement of 16 Negro teachers; compete for a chance to retain -objective standards for em-
winners of JFK awards in 1964 when the college innovated the they have '
program
who lost their jobs last year their jobs, while white ployment of teachers. The
worked in pre-school programs at centers located in low economic areas throughT;
when the Hendersonville, teachers were routinely re--standards must be applied to
N. C., school system was employed. to teachers alike,the court out the county while attending Miami-Dade. All plan to continue their work in this ,$,
desegrated.The Eight Negro teachers who said. field at the senior college level in similar programs being inaugurated by University F

court, acting on an had been employed before the "All of the plaintiffs who of Miami and Barry College. Beasley and Miss Young are enrolling at UM; Mijs f
appeal taken the NAACP schoos desegrated desire to teach in the Hender- ,I
by
were kept
sonville school and Terry will go to Barry, and Miss Howard is still undecided. A total of 33 JFK stu-
Legal Defense and EducationalFund the ir jobs. system '
I dents completed their studies at Miami-Dade this
,reversed a Federal Dis- The court ruled that the who can meet the minimum summer. ,y!
trict Court decision. The fund criteria used by the school standards of the Board are ,b
acted in behalf of the teachers superintendent to determine entitled to reemploymentfor f
and the North Carolina which teachers were to be retained the 1966-1967 school ,
Teachers Association.The was too sub- year ." the court said.. FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL : :i f fAL :
District Court had jective to withstand scrutinyin
dismissed the case on groundsthat the face of the long his-
there was insufficient tory of racial"discrimination in

evidence to prove that the the community .*' VNi h BONDED ,g6 Q,
teachers were dismissed for The appellate court order- giiy n
racial reasons. ed the District Court to re- w
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4 THE MIAMI IM"E'5' .. June 17,1966 ", I'- ... ._
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor and Publisher \ by Whitney M. Young Jr.
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor BY Booker T. Hayes :

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor Herald contained ave "..'.".....1..i..._nir..,-.clor---- -National Urban IAlCUt _
Monday morning's Miami nEs, -
OSCAR W. WEAVER CIrciilatlan.Aa'vartUing Manager and its progress
article on integration
M.mb. of the Notional interesting DEMOCRATIZING THE, DRAFT
r Nowipopors Publishers A..oclotlorSUBSCRIPTIOM 1 Dade County schools. The article to which I refer per-
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RATES tained to the apprehension being shown by both white Citizens of a democracy :have an obligation

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN So.0() and Negro teachers toward the prospect of beingtrans- part of their wealth toward their to
contribute
them in court govern-
will of
Transfers that place many
ferred. in the form of taxes and, for
the ment's upkeep men, a
Ent.r.d os Second Class Matter August 9, 1927 ot the Pos pletely new surroundings and circumstances. To portion -
of their time and energies to help defend it.
Office at Miami Flofldo, under the act ef March 8, 1876 Negro teachers, the problems will present themselves Sincewe
of inability on theirpart live in a time of international stress, we must main.
Office Itt 6740 MW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 in great number. Not because any behavior. tain an adequate military: defense-one which cannot
for American
the recipe
but due to past 'alone.
"CREDO OF+THE NEGRO PRESS" The Negro teacher will be treading on what I must termI be staffed by volunteers need for
of this a large
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best Ucx! virgin soil to most of them. They have but two wea- Because standing army,
the world from racial and national antagonism wh.n It accord to defend themselves. The first and most important we have a system of selective service-the draft. The

to every man regardless .f roce. creed or color hii'I pons have undertaken in preparing concept behind the draft makes good sense. All men,
is the they
human and I.gol rights Hating na man, fearing no man- th<* preparation the upon reaching a certain age and passing the necessary .
second is the authority
Negro Press strives to help every man In the film belief that p pall for their jobs. The and mental tests, are subject to
men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. position they have achieved carries with it as part physical servicein
the armed forces.If .
I' and parcel.
The white instructor being transferred into a Negro this worked according to plan, it would be both

AN INTERESTING SURVEYA community has but one thing to fear, his own personalfear. fair and effective. But what has happened is that a

study on Company Experience with Negro He comes to our children as a symbol of autho- system of preferment and exemption has eaten into

Employment, financed largely by the Ford Foundation,, rity they have always known existed, even though they the manpower supply and this has resulted in inequa.

has made its report after eighteen months investigationby have never made direct contact. The image of the white lities. This has been recognized by many persons including .

the Natio Industrial Conference Board, a research'I man to most young adult Negroes is one of mixed :mo- Secretary of Defense McNamara himself. In a

institution supported largely by business. tions. This image has been molded by the white man recent speech he said that "our present Selective

According to this report, Negroes rated equal with himself during his various moods. During childhood a System draws on only a minority of eligible men. That

other workers in most respects, but somewhat low on Negro child receives all types of compliments and in an inequity."

promotability and taking responsibility. Many obser adoring glances from the whites he may come in con- College students of draft age are,currently taking

vers expect that the Negro will improve as he gets tact with. The procedure is followed throughout his tests or otherwise engaging in attempts to defer their

more training and experience.It childhood life. When this same child reaches the tender draft calls. Ultimately, many will go on to graduate

usually costs 'more to find qualified Negro age of teenager, (the age where he or she can cause schools or exempt professions and avoid service al-

workers, to train them and to maintain them on the trouble) these very special compliments and adoring together. A recent item in a business journal told how

payroll, than it does white workers. Negro: workers glances immediately become degrading remarks and employers keep key personnel from the draft, claiming

wish to be regarded as the same as everybody else. sneers. Despite their feelings, the Negroes have always they are doing work which is essential to the national

They do not wish to be treated more harshly or more recognized the whites as a symbol of authority.The security. One company admitted transferring engineers

indulgently than others.A white instructor moving into a Negro neighborhoodcan from civilian to military work to obtain deferments

depend a great deal on this respect for authority.The .

current topic for discussion this week is the problems of discipline are usually licked early. In short, we are presented with a picture of many

ruling on Monday by the Supreme Court anent suspects It is true that we have rebels in every cause, but the educated and skilled young men taking advantage of

arrested by ,the police in a criminal case. It was a overall response received by one having shown au- opportunities denied others, and avoiding military

split decision, 5-4. The majority opinion set forth by will be if not admiration.The '
thority respect, service. This makes a farce of the concept of universal
Chief Justice Earl Warren said that any suspect tak- Negro teachers moving into all-white situations service.
en in custody is entitled at the police station level
to have of different nature.In .
problems an altogether There was a time when only a very few went to
the constitutional protection of the Fifth Amendment the first place they are considered intruders. This
college. There was a time when the nation's supply of
against possible self incrimination. Before questioning is the general reaction of white children toward them. skilled workers and farmers was so small that their

begins, an arrested person must be told of his They have no symbol of authority working in their b e- period of service in the armed forces would work a
right to remain silent
that he is entitled to a lawyer
of each school could
half. The greater portion year
and that if he is destitute the hardship on the economy. And there was the specter
attorney will be provided -
easily be spent in the of creating an atmosphere -
for him free. process of what happened to France and England after World
of acceptance, and this is vitally necessary if when the the Front took
*0.1 This decision will War I, slaughters on Western
undoubtedly meet the approvalof there is to be accomplishments of note. The Negro -
the public generally. any the lives of so many of their young talents that they
to most white children, according to the teachingsof took a generation to recover from the loss.
their parents are derelict in their duties, shabby in
TOO BAD their dress second class in American citizenship
But times have changed. Mass education means
fanatically religious, and insane when angered. Negro
Let's not complain too much about hot weather, two million draft-age college men. It means millions of
teachers in white schools are comparable to fish in a
considering the luxury of air-conditioning, fans, etc. fish in a bowl. Their every action and reaction is skilled technicians and workers. There is no longer

Just think of how some other cities are faring closely watched, if not by their fellow teachers, then any justification for singling out a group for special

News from Mexico city tells of a searing tw oby their charges. This constant observation is carried treatment and creating an undemocratic elite which is

month heat wave that took the lives of 68 Mexicanchildren out in an effort to see some of the misconceptions exempt from the duties and obligations others must

threatened Chihauhau cattlemen with bank Negroes are noted for present themselves. These face.
surveys
ruptcy and brought Mexico City the most serious water will continue until the Negroes' co-workers and It is clear that the burden of the service has fallen

shortage in its history. pupils accept them for what they are, human beings. upon the shoulders of the poor. This works further

The rainy season begins in April or early May Capable of likes and dislikes, love and hate, and abnormally inequities on the Negro and other minorities.Because

and normally lasts until November.This year. it has not succeptable: to friendship.The discrimination has kept the Negro from equal opportunities
yet arrived. for so long, he is poor far out of proportion to

Let's hope the rain will begin falling soon to re- teacher and problem the white of discipline between the Negro his numbers. Therefore, he is more liable to be draft

J.J.-.ye such trying conditions.On dilemma. pupi presents an even greater ed-not because everyone else is being drafted, but be-
White children
lined are generally not as discip- cause he is poor and because he is a Negro.I .
as Negro children. This can be traced
to the
Monday, Miami's City Commission
approved a
$7.2 million city and federal project that should mean children universally be accepted principle of most whites that their am proud of the Negro fighting man. In Vietnamhe
given
much to our city economically and otherwise. Of this In more opportunity for self expression. comprises 14.8 per cent of the army and accountsfor
so doing they have
allowed
the
amount, the federal government will give $4,838,348 what they considered best for children to select 18.3 per cent of battle deaths. Yet Negroes are

, and Miami must provide $2,419,174, this would include expression theory is themselves. The self only 11 percent of the population. Despite discrimination -
: $497,000 city directly responsible for the parental at home he ideals
capital improvement funds from the 1964 disregard most white willingly battles for America's
bond issues and $1,924,000 assessed against abutting periencing.We find it most parents prominent of teenagers are ex- and hopes in an army which affords him opportunitiesand

property owners. when the parents have among Negroes) equality denied him in civilian life.
adopted the methods of "Miss

The rebuilding program would apply to neighborhoods Ann" in rearing their children.)Self expression has be- But he should not be forced to bear an unequal
come a part of their
everyday life.
of Edison Buena When the family burden. I am all fair-minded will agree
Park Vista, Wynwood and San plans conflict with those of the sure people
Clara all north of NW 20th Street. individual, he feels it that it is time to look at the operation of our draft

I City Manager Reese said there are about 4,800 has necessary always to had balk.to The Negro child on the other hand system and make it a truly universal one in which all
recognize the fact
, residential buildings 15 per cent. Other minority groups head of home. that there was a citizens will carry their full share. of the burden and
In
with 6,000 living units. Of these 75 per cent do not father and every his immediate most homes, there are two; the not leave it to the most deprived and discriminated
lieutenant
meet minimum code standards. important decisions the mother. AU against to shoulder an unequal part of the protectionof

J'. Federal funds will be furnished to relocate residents teachers to are made by these two. Negro all of us.Miami .
Negro pupils were but
whose pr'Qperty.had been condemned. an extension of -
this' authority from the home. J
Homeowners with an income under $3,000 would Negro teachers in their A......................................................,.,.:
new environment
be eligible for grants up to $1,500. will need
patience and
understanding. It will be part of their Times

YE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOKIn job to disprove the impressions. many of their charges
have lived with most of their lives. To most of 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue i

last week's issue, one item was inadvertantly this 'lathe challenge they have been them Miami, Florida 33147
waiting for.
To
omitted. Here is it: On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs others, it is thebeginning.of
a nightmare
Charles Wars, my hosts gave a graduation dinner for tinue to harass them unitl, ; "a that will con Dear Sir: '" :
granddaughter Regina. It was quite an affair. satisfactory adjustment
can be made. To all of them, I would like Enclosed find
to say Bon please the sum of $_
Voyage. (smile).
Congratulations to Mrs. Ann Coleman for the to cover the cost of subscription to
a
honor of having the first of Miami's relocation housing

project named after her. It could not have happened t 0 gation that will honor him the Miami TimesMail '

a more worthy person. Regret Ye Editor was not in the at present time there on Sunday no' 19. p ,ret
city for the function.Congratulations. being present. seems to be chance of nis Paper To _

also to Mrs. Irene G. Pratt who Address -
received an honorary Doctor of Humanities Degree on Nor must Ye Editor forget to extend congratulations -

My' 25th. to the thousands of students that graduated from City Stats Zip Code--

Yet there's another. Certainly Rev. Edward T. our schools and colleges during the past two weeks.
Graham must be mentioned and Today, as never before there
Ye Editor offers con are untold opportunities Six Months $3 00 Two Yrs. $9.0UM
One Yr.
$5.00
gratulations to the pastor of Mt. Zion and the for those who are qualified to fill them.
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THE- --- IIIAIi/ TIU. ....-:=_<,' Fr ida r.: June! '17.. I' '1CAA j

Raleigh, N. C., where son, Wilfred was awarded the
B.S. degree. Wilford III is the grandson of Rev. and Big Fourth of July
Mrs. Wilfred Glass. ,

Celebration Planned
Sympathy to the Outen-Saunders-Thurston fami-
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lies in the loss of their loved one, and to Emma WardIn
the loss of her cousin, Addie B. Sears of Memphis, For Orange BowlThere
Tennessee.

HAPPY FATHER'S DAY will be another huge fashioned celebration-

r TO DAD Captain and Mrs, Norman (Shirley) Carey and Fourth< of July celebration in j ftclared I George MacLean,
three daughters have moved into their new home at Miami's Orange Bowl this chairman.,. The event will be
.,c'f..L n. No one else .. South Miami Heights. year, with. a lot 01 features produced and| directed by mas-
Has ever had which: last year 'attracted ter'showman Julian'Cole' and'underwritten
': A finer dearer 40,000 persons, the nation's
After by Southeast
vacation
a delightful in Miami, Mrs. Alberta
bluest Independence
Better dad Day Florida Dairy Insititue. Net
Miller has returned to Nassau. crowd.
1 So no one else proceeds will go to Variety
There will be
fireworksmore ,Children's Hospital.
(iv Could possibly Day Camp for Girls Scouts of (Izora Neighborhood : than.last, yearmarchingbands The event will get under-
Feel luckier ) Tropical Florida begins ,Monday, June 20 at '9: clowns, precision drill way with,_ bang, a boom anda
Today,,than me! a.m. at New Covenant Presbyterian Church, 12th 'Ave.at teams and a patriotic paae ni'. fanfare at! 7:30 P.ro. Monday -
43rd St.Among. And no political speeches."It July 4. Admission will
: Welcome to all delegates and visitors attendingthe will be just a good old'I-' be a dairy ticket: ''obtainable

58th Annual Session of the Florida Association of Dade County Democratic Committeemen, free at food and dairy ,stores, 't
Women's Clubs and Florida Association of Girl's Committeewomen attending the meeting and cocktail and from milk delivery men;

Clubs meeting in our city this week at the Alcazar reception at the Carillon Hotel Monday evening were plus Variety.a 50-ccnt Without donation e"dai, to ..y
,
; Hotel, 500 Biscayne Boulevard. Clarence Edwards, Roland Rolle, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner ticket, admission will be $2. r
I, Hutcheson, Mrs. Billie Pitts, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Dairy tickets will be made )
Williams and Miss Frances Henderson. t
Friends of Little Yssa McDonald, daughter of available shortly. M

Asquith and Thelma McDonald, enjoyed an evening of ,
fun at her home Attorney Donald W. Jones was guest speaker at
on Friday evening in honor of her ,
gra- !
duation from Centervilla Kindergarten. the Tiger Bay Political Club Tuesday at the DuPont ;" WEDDINGANNOUNCEMENTS
Plaza hotel.

... .
Houseguesting with her brother and sister-in-law "' ...
City Commissioner Athalie will
challenge
Range '
(Rev. and Mrs. E. Talmadge) is Lillian Scott of Colum- Mr. 'and Mrs. Houston Marshall
County Commissioner Joe Boyd for his cowmilkingtitle s
bus, Ohio. 'It., Jr.of 3220 'I'homasAvo.,
at Miami Stadium Saturday night.
1 announce the marriage of their

From Ardmore, Oklahoma to join hubby, Roger 'IJi' : daughter Margaret Pemolato ,
PROGRAM DATELINES .
Johnson, Dorothy will begin housekeeping. Last year : Walter. Cox in, son of Mr. t
Dot was a teacher in the Okmulgee County School sys- June National Recreation Month and Mrs. Walter Cox Jr. o f
tem. June 12-18 National Flag week Leeotnia T. Mirmis re-Jacksonville. Both were I .
freshmen at Southwttlem,
ceived her Bachelor of Music
June 19 Father's Day degree"from the University of Christian College, Terrell; ,, ,
WEDDING BELLS: June 21 Summer begins Miami on Sunday, June 12th.'Texas. The couple will reside -
June 24 Midsummer Day in Jacksonville.
Alberta Love Edwards and Eugene Sparks. Sic is the daughter of Rev. h
and Mrs. John B. Williams of .
Lorraine Murray and Charles Miller. .tk
THOUGHT FOR THE :
WEEK
: 1311 NW 64th Street.
Congratulations and best wishes.
She was one of three seniors |RUMMAGE SALEA i
June is a wonderful month. This is the month selected by U.M.'s faculty -

The Cyril M. Poitiers will entertain with a mar- when spring officially ends and summer begins.We committee into the Beta rummage sale, with all
riage reception for their daughter, Carolyn Ann and her have Father's Day in June, and &somehow, the Beta Chapter of the Society I proceeds going to the work ojf
husband, William D. Upson, Saturday, June 25. brides seem to choose this month more than any othe of Pi Kappa Lambda, :your American Cancer Igo-
to get married. This is also the month for commence- National Music Honorary. 'ciety, will be held all day

Saint Elizabeth Chapter of the E.C.W. of the Church!! ment in colleges and high schools, students will She has been assigned to i Saturday, June 18, at Shell's ''ts
of the Incarnation held its annual Spring Tea on Sun- graduate and summer holidays will begin. teach: music on Miami Beach 1 NW 7th Avenue entrance. Mrs. A i
day at the home of Isabelle and Charles Young. Mrs. June is wonderful, isn't it? in September. Robert M.Morgan is Chairman. ; ,

Flora B. Johnson is chairman.Rev. .
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Wilbert Miller of Brooklyn is visiting his WEDDINGS.'. m wWI6S>
mother Mrs. Ida Miller who is recuperating at home.
Another son, Leroy Miller, joined the family on Satur- Wedding bells rang last !
day. Leroy is working with Research Association for week for Mrs. Coretha Phil a
lips of 10210 SW 171 St., ''
Urban Education in N.Y.C. Perrine and Mr. Johnny Paul (GRADUATION' isToomey
Jr. 1034 SW 183rd St.
Girl Scout Troop 503 and their leader, Alma Lucille A reception was given the x
Crawford are vacationing at Nassau. couple by the Daughter's of

It's HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: Alice Handfield, Elks.The happy couple have 4. ,tf

June 17; S. George, V. Owens, Micheall Ray, Johnnie our best wishes.
Patten, Alice Jackson, June 18; Theta Wanza, June HK s4" lH0 MI B B V 4oV
19; Rosa Miller, Donna Francis, Kathleen Day, June $2 .9
22; and Joan Williams, June 24. 100% Human Hair Wigs

Joule F. Hall, granddaughter
FACTORY VALUE
Wedding Anniversary greetings to the Henry Mc- of Mrs. Matilda Hall, and GUARANTEED REG. $79.95

Duffies, their 19th on June 19; William Littles, their David Jerry Jr., son of Mr. '- i/
22nd on June 20; Frank Ross', June 17; Earl Ham- and Mrs. David Jerry Sr.,
mocks, June'22; and Anthony Simmons, June 24. were joined in holy matrimony FREE Facial I1
Sunday, June S, the Rev. L. Lesson in charm or a
A. Thompson officiating.
Friends entertained on Sunday with a party honor any phase of modeling '

ing retiree Elaine J. Adderly for her many years of The ceremonies were per- with any purchases n
dedicated service to the community.Get formed at Temple Baptist
Church: at 1 p.m. in the presence

well wishes to Beatrice Peoples, who's im- : of a large gathering. WE SPECIALIZE IN WIG STYLING, CLEANING & CUTTING
proving at Treasure Isle Convalescent Home. The attendants were: Mrs. 8a.
Ke11yrMiss1'Thomas Marion Regular Hair Styling by Appointmentb'.

And now they are three welcome to Traci Williams, Mrs. Loretta Keller,
Lorraine, daughter of the Henry Youngs Jewel) at Mt. Mrs. C. Colston, Messrs. Roy

Sinai Hospital on Sunday. Wilfork, Harry J. Holman, s!'
Albert Hall, and Calvin Col- s f,
Friends of lames Hall are happy to know that he's ston.
recuperating at home after a two-week stay at North 6225 NW 22nd Ave 691-9689 rt ;

Shore hospital. 41
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Among those teachers retiring this year are 1s J
Frances Gause,Victoria W. Wilson and Alice T. Evans.
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Mrs. Emily Delancy and grandson, Gregory Jen- "rt st Yle/d:6% cries d.
,' 2 tablespoons finely crashed ,
kins are vacationing in N.Y.C. Yt
)" peppermint candy
1 pint peppermint ice croam
Mrs. Purcis Rogers of Nassau visited Miami to softened tit
attend the graduation of her son, Cleveland, from 4 cups milk
"/ smashed an international 1 cup whipping cream iivu
the
Northwestern. Cleveland has joined Air Force.In Peppermint ice cream

ring of ruthless criminals.I t Crashed. peppermint candy
town for the wedding of Patricia S. Robinsonand s. <:'"'; In'largo mixing bowl while beating 2 f
Richard Thomas were Robert, Phillip and George owe it all to MILK f'>'%: tablespoons crushed candy and 1 pint '
ice cream, gradually blend in milk end tin"
Smith; Kathleen Turnquest,Mrs. Bertram Cambridge, Jr. yVITALITY whipping cream. Beat until frothy Pour
of Nassau. COOLERS" .;;;;, : <; into chilled glasses: top each with
i< ;#s'.,.:Y 4 scoop of ice same Cornish with

Wedding Bells Dianne Smith, daughter of Mr., crushed candy.
and Mrs. Ernest Smith and R. A. Goody, son of Mr. and Draam .p your awn *i

Mrs. R. A. Goody Sr., Tampa, Fla., were married on .!r < s;' Milk and Vitality remember Cooler. ''Z[a
June 12 at the St. James AME parsonage. y; : MILK'S TOO GOOD TO BE tra
fr JUST FOR THE YOUNG
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Attending the graduation of her grandson,Theodore ,, ,,.' I tel
Gibson, Jr. took Mrs. Effie Russell to Morgan Collegeat .
Baltimore.


Mr. and Mrs. 'Cleophus Glass were among those *
attending commencement activities of St. Augustine, SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE 4 BCF/VC 196'I '

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f X THPUIAUIIUPM...- ... _.. ..:..--r. Friday: June 17'' 1966 America's role in universal- for ail our plans- "togroes aid No.
I v. : hy. "
OssoferRecently ',IThua, because the rais- affairs. all will. raise the level or
Phil The Negro people.I
: stand- Isn't it strange?
I ing of Negro economic I wish
Round About has not received the full bene- our news
white moral media
one of our local ards will raise fits of democracy, and the recognize this when
: : daily papers printed a story standards, the Negro holds a salvation of the world is delayed composing headlines for such
Talk 'tI with a large heading: "Plan 'unique position, not only, but in in until he does get them, articles.
{ Ask Billions to Aid U. S. America's development -

t Negroes." the artic 1 e .. ............. ..
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;1 BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL told of plans to "help Ne- ,
"
groes catch up with white
PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT Superior Court America," setting up educa- : Miami CORE" IJ
Judge C. Douglas Smith ruling that municipal Judge tional and public works programs :
Frank Kearney "had acted outside the law" in im- amongst other things.

posing sterilization as a condition of probation for lent These, and programs if properly are excel-ad- PRESENTS A e

Nancy Hernandez, 21, mother of two (expecting the ministered, will help eli-
third) after her home was raided and her common law minate the economic dif-

husband Joe Sanchez was arrested for possession of ferences between colored'and STARS
dope. Playboy Rep. Adam Clayton Powell denied, white. However, I feel :NIGHT OF
that the approach noted
as
in person and through his Washington office as untrue, .
by the headline, misleading.It
the rumors, "that he had plans of divorcing his Puerto -
Rican wife, 35-year-old Yvette Diago Powell to benevolent seems to program describe to a white uplift + * * * * * * *.* *.>* * .o

marry beautiful mode-secretary Corrine Huff. Miss the darker-skinned citizens AT THE
Huff was the first Negro to compete in the Miss America whom, (they have recently :

Contest from Ohio in 1960. She was a runner-up. discovered), are entitled to
Beautiful and tempting and 25 years old. Powell is certain inaleinable rights. i Sir John Knight Beat
this ,
the 58-year-old Congressman-clergyman from New and Actually all other, program aimedat AA
programs
York James H. Meredith in New York City recu-
perating at his apartment at 25 Claremont Ave. near housing equalizing and employment educational, ... . : .. : :

Columbia University making plans to return to Jackson benefits (and I don't mean : rVol THE lENENTJOtfe : }
Miss. to complete walk, against doctors orders "separate but equal," that : :; : : :
that he stay in New York. "A man of destiny" non-existing phantom), are of + : .''I"t." l. > ,) ,., I :r'I '

Capt. Arthur Hill commander of Harlem's W 123rd St. benefit to ALL Americans.In TH ER MISSISSIPPI ;9YE.E'I t :
fact, they are the salva-
: : :
Precinct pushing dope drive, arrested some ten ,
tion
of America
purging our
people. Included in the raids arrested was Ernest country of its moral sick- : .. . 4I. .. .. ... *.* ..'... I* #.* #.# # A

Staten, 35 of Mt. Morris Park; James Saville, 27 of nesses. They will cleanseus
101 W. 115th St. and Julia Baez, 30 of Seneca Ave. so that we may lead the FEATURING 4

Bronx. world to peace and tranquilHARBINDONALDSON -

MIAMIAN NEW YORKER OF Jta ; : E. Lois Foreman The Starettes :

Tin! WEEK Lucius(Gun-

ner) Kennedy resides at .. .. Etta Blondine Donaldsonand
Lynn Howard
Marshall
i Bobby
3315 Seymour' Ave., ,Bronx, 'P .t.- Wilbur T. Harbin were J

N.Y. and is married to the .j"'I"c. .,.... married Saturday at Fitzsimons
.
former Miss Katherine ... ,,, Hospital's Post Chapel in Princess Tiger ..
'j
Patience of West Pittson, J' Denver, Colorado. : AI
,'" The bride is the daughterof
penn. They are parents of
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jordan, : Frank DuBoisAND 1
two children, Cynthia, 14; 1611 NW 51st 'Terr. She is a '
and Richard, 11, Lucius .. graduate of Booker T. Washington '+ 4
(Gunner) Kennedy attendedB. High School and is now

T. Washington,High in, serving in the armed forces': Chicken Scratchers 7
Miami and was from 6th (Army).
Ave. and 19th St. area. RICHARD AND CYNTHIA The bridegroom is the son : And Many OthersFriday I II
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee<
In New York "Gunner" is in the Taxi Cab and real
Harbin of Inskter, Michigan.He rgeee.e '5'5eeeeo
estate business. fine Gunner sends love and tt"1: .f ee..e.e. WarI
(Doing ) is
graduate Inkster
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greetings to some dear friends Mack Barkley, Jimmy High School and has just completed 4 t".t.; 1/W. +
Dykes, Joe Raven, Joseph Bunkley, Telley Richard- a year's tour in South t June : :, o
5 ,
sojx, and Johnny McFadden, with the Van Dykes ,smash (ores. ,
hit "No Man is an Island." After a honeymoon Vn Detroit ')/I ; O ,.
the couple will complete f,
Donation
their tour of duty at t 10 P.M. UNTIL $2.00 O
RICHMOND
HEIGHTS SOCIALITE PASSED- Mrs. Re-
Fitzsimons and live in Inkster '
becca Walker of 14781 Tyler SU, Richmond' Heights Michigan .......................;
died Thursday morning at her home. Mrs. R. Walkerwas

one of the Miami pioneers and was very highly
respected in the social circle and mother of a large GOLDEN AGERS

family. Her daughter Mrs. John Chaney (formerlyCeather BEGIN SUMMER ID.PITV iiiiiu..
Walker) left New York Thursday night for funeralin PROGRAM THEATRE NOW PLAYIKG
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Miami. Much respect to the family and the decease.A H H mBr : J B M V '

time to live, a time to love, a time to die. I am sure The Golden age club of:
the gates of heaven are open to the late Mrs. Rebecc James E. Scott Community '- l MMMMMHi HHMHMH
Walker. Association began its sum-
mer program on June 13th.It Now a name..soon
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY Johnny closes on July 29th. The a legend
Nash's "Somewhere There's a Place for Us" dedicated club room will be open Mon-
to Yvonne Bethel, senior of G. W. Wingate High and day thru Friday from 2 to 5:30 Some called him savage-
one., of the Rose Debutantes of the Odyssey Guild of p.m.You and some called him saint...
Brooklyn, presented at the Towers Hotel, 25 Clark St., are invited to join the ', some felt his hate-
classes offered. "Sewing for and found his love...
one
June 3. Rose Debutante. (Daughter of Scoop Bethel)
the less fortunate
arts and
had to
run-
some
to Colette O'Laughlin chosen queen of the Rose De-
crafts, music and travel." -"
butante Cotillion," we dedicate I Otis Redding's"My Efficient and interesting end three had to die.
Lovers Prayer." Colette is a grat senior of Thomas persons will be in charge of end there never

,Jefferson High Claretha Anderson, daughter of activities. Register now: Call I was another
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and grat senior of Andrew 691-1302 or PL 8-4791. like Nevada Smith!

Jackson High (Rose Deb.) we dedicate James Brown's

"Prisoner of Love" James Brown's "This is a OPEN HOUSE SUNDAYAT
Man's Eorld"to Sharon Carter, senior of Wingate High ,
Rose Deb Benny King's "I'got so much love to MARS HILLCHILDREN'S

give" to (Rose Deb) Josephine Kennedy, grat seniorof HOME
Wingate High, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennedy

Jimmy Jones's Dynamite (out of sight) dedicatedto invited The to public attend I is Open cordially Houseat St10WIN \

(Rose Deb) Latrine Evans, senior at Wingate,daughter Mars Hill Children's Home, atlDQiMUtt.. JOSEPH EUVMprtusnti
of Mr. and Mrs. John Evans Otis Redding's 816 NW 46th St., Sunday, June .
"Just Give Me One More Day" to (Rose Deb) Audrey 19th, from 2 to 5 p.m. STEVE MCQUEEN I
i Mills., of Wingate. Bobby Charle's Barefottin' to Catherine Attorney Gwendolyn Cherry
I Roberts, daughter of Mrs. W. M. Roberts. The will be the speaker. A tour of KARL ALDEN
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: Holiday's "I'Hlove you forever" to Audrey McConney house will be conducted and i ,,.,

I daughter of Mrs. Mildred McConney, Wingate grat refreshments This, is a will project be of served.Mars a # '' BRIAN KEITH

This is Scoop Bethel saying time and tide waits for Hill Children's Home and the
no man. So long.iDugies. Children's Home Society of ARTHUR KENNEDY

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A 11tvt O EQV RIDGY RALLY 9.30 PSI 'TILL ,

BY DAVE BONDU

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Our unofficial Mayor Poll is beginning to pick up MARATHON OF GREAT
speed. As of last week popular Patrick Range and
Bill Wynn took the lead.This week Wynn has taken the JOII" 8\\OIIE\\
lead followed by Range with Judge Johnson third. cq rAN WA rilE C %>
Here are the standings of the top eight: William Wynn, > "1 OCHllAli
280; Patrick Range, 220; Judge J. D. Johnson, 180; DE\ C.f."E'
Mayme Bondu, 170; Ernest Hayes, 160; Clyde Killens, I v KELLY "
160; Willie Lamar, 150; Tannie Dean, 90. PAUL
Things sure have changed since last week and MONA G \.WjfiM8111
the people of Miami are showing their interest. Keep LISA ilONA UM
those votes coming in and let me see who keeps the
lead or who will grab the lead. Mail all votes to me, ES fWWHGTONCONTINENTAL
Dave Bondu,c/o The Miami Times,6740 NW 15th Ave.I 0\ zxw m SHAWEES HU

don't intend to preach to y'all this week, but I MAXIE NEWBOLD DANCE TEAM OF GEEGEE WITH TINA
hope y'all will take interest in your community.Thereare COUSINS "
so many things that are needed, and only you the I''
people can get these things,if only you would ask for ALL PROCEEDS TO
them. We need sidewalks for Liberty City and Brown CONTINENTAL CLUBALL
Sub, we need better street lighting, we need a lead MISSISSIPPI FUND '
light at the intersection of NW 54th St. and NW 27th
Ave. And most of all, we need better jobs. This is FACILITIES AND ENTIRE SHOW DONATED '
the place you call home, so take pride in it and we all AND WUBU DJS +
will live a little bit better. GUEST M. C.'S WAME DJS r
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:ora 11 nmm
The birth of a new big band was at the Fiesta lltotiil
Room on Tuesday night. Out of all the qualified musi- -
BIGSATURDAY'SBOW.
cians, only 10 men showed up. Yet the first rehearsalwas .
a success. We still need trombone players and a ,
few more sax men, especially a baritone player, plus
three more trumpets. We will hold another rehearsalthis CONTINENTAL Ar
Tuesday night at the same place at 7:30 p.m. '
June 21st.The reasons for the big band are as follows
(1) to give the musicians of Miami a chance to read '\ .
music. (2) to supply and make available a fine dance
band for the various organizations that may need such .g
I a band. (3) to give the musicians a chance to get their
lips in shape, (4) to create work for these fellows. THE FABULOUSSHARPEES
You would think that out of a city of a million peopl e
we would have just one big band for our people. There r \
, is no reason for the musicians to fight one anotherfor i LI
I'd like to see more musicians get together and belike j"I'
I
, brothers-after all they are all professional men.
, However, I'd like to thank George Wright, Donald "I'VE GOT A SECRET" (
, Perkins, trumpets; Scott Adams, Charles Flowers,
Sherman Shaw, sax; Abe Meeks, trombone; Reggie "DO THE
Moore and Hank Haynie, rhythmn section; Yasauro 45"x
Hernandez on conga; plus Julio Gonzales, arrange-
I ments. See you guys Tuesday night, same place. "
Don't forget your ax. GEE GEE with TINA

QUICK NOTE DEPT.My better,half is back home
p after seven days in Nassau plus six days Freeport... 2 BIG BANDS
Satelitte's Bill Harris tells me tickets for his boat
ride on July 3rd are going like hot cakes The James' K..
ACTS <
club was so crowded last weekend, I couldn't find a 6 '
seat .in the place. His 3 drink policy is catching on
good. You get three drinks for a buck and a half and Miami's i i boss dub'
dance your feet off. U

A. D. Moore telle me that CORE is sponsoringtwo 555SSS5 '
big benefit shows this Friday night with all proceeds SUNDAY $1.50

going to the Mississippi Movement. Frank Du- $1.50 .... .. .... ... ..............:.....
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will put on a blast at the Continental. sure and
support these worthy causes.

Dave Akins Trio, after certain commitments, join tf
Reggie Moore and Hank Haynie at the Sir John Lounge BYROl 1a
this weekend. Lonnie Sattin, the big broadway star is
back in Miami working all of the major hotels on the
Hill'"WIGS
Beach. Thanks to Johnny Burke for the use of the
Fiesta Room Tuesday night Frank DuBoise is
doing okay at the Knight Beat Somebody talking Ti
about Negro civil rights leaders in Miami walking to
Ft. Lauderdale and back supporting James Meredith's I and THINGS" ;r rBY
walk.We have community Negro leaders who have done .
more for Miami than any new civil rights group. I'm not
against any civil rights groups but where were they
when we needed them. Of course there is still muchto
be done, but whatever has to be done, people like MR WALTERS FAMOUS FAIR STYLIST Yi
"Moses" Father Gibson, Rev. Ed Graham, Dr. J. 0.
Brown, A. D. Moore, Garth Reeves, Dana Chapman,
Henry Arrington, Sam Moncur, Rev. T. Johnson, Com 3.OSEE EXCITING NEW HAIR STYLES CREATED ON STATE 3.00 z
missioner Athalie Range and a host of others will
take care of us. With them leading us, we can all live ALSO COSMETIC INSTRUCTIONS 7.00
life minute of it. Peace! 7.00
every golden
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MAYOR CONTEST :
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LET'S TALK POLITICS Pepper- Blisters Gov. Wallace To Longshoremen J II


By Norman Jones The International Long wage another battle with the George Wallace of Alabama. derate stand in his campaign
shoremen's Association is "right to work" statues in Among other things he said: for government the, last term*
holding its annual meeting on many states; establishment of Gov. Wallace is a cheap, the Congressman said:
TRIBUTE TO A POLITICIAN Miami Beach this week. a legal seniority system petty politician and I thinkan
South Atlantic and Gulf within some unions in the evil one. "Now he is out to prove
During the heat of the bitter recent gubernatorial Coast longshoremen started fight for 14B; and a fight to "He has perverted my native that nobody's going to be a
campaign for nomination of a Democratic candidate to work on their congressional get ports included in the state of Alabama. He's bigger segregationist than he.
represent the party in the General Election in November approach Monday, and other Labor Management Act. perverted it for political pro "I don't think stuff he he believesa
lot of that spews
Claude Pepper fit.
a strong, courageous heart stopped beating, a officials were planning to Congressman '"
sharp
and Secretary of State Referring to Wallace's mo-out of his mouth himself.
alert, sagacious mind took an earthly rest, an indomi- Tom Adams addressed the
table spirit took a leave, an unconquerable will suc- NOTICETo opening session of the con- 1
cumbed, when the astute, professional politician Joe vention Monday morning at Bethune Gets $118,643 ,<

James moved his registration card to "Higher Ground." Whom It May Concern: the di Lido hotel.In Bethune-Cookman College old ,Library.1 which will be renovated -
Joe James was to politics like the eagle in the This is to certify that the addressing the group was the recipient of a to increase its caps ),
clear blue, using his strong wings, not only in the preaching licenses of Bro. Pepper too 1 occasion to throwa $118,643 Grant from the U.S. city to 50,000 volumes, ac-
Ulysses Ware, has been verbal bricks at Gov.
quest for food, but soaring high and effortlessly for revoked few Government, under Title I of cording to James E. Hugher
by us in our regular
sheer joy. Like the porpoise in the sea, caverting and business Higher Education, facilities, business manager.
meeting, June 2,
Public Law 204 The grant received today,
1963 Act,
playing at their EARN
thrilling graceful in their
maneuvering
1966. He is no longer a licensed -
for an addition to the Harrison is a third of the total cost of
watery world ignoring schools of succulent ten der minister. The rea- EXTRA MONEYTo Rhodes Memorial Li- the $355,929 project. The
fish, glad to be alive. Like the poetic rhythm of herds sons are negligence of his buy a hen brary. The construction, to funds were requested by
of gazelle, running, leaping, bounding,floating throughthe duty and disregard for the To start children's education .- begin in the early fall, will Bethune-Cookman officials
air with a symmetry of beauty of a prima ballerina, proper authority,. namely the fund double the present size of the February 1, 1966.

which cause the immortal Niijonsky and the inimitable St. Luke Missionary Baptist To off debts ,_..-. ..-.
pay
'Church. Done by orders of the
Pavlova to blush with envy. Or even start a savings b.
church, June 2, 1966 with a
And yet Joe also possessed the tenacity, the :unanimous vote.Respectfully. account ).

single purposed, plodding never-give-up determinationto submitted, Drive a cab full or part .t
a goal qualities attributed to the tortoise in the le- The St. Luke Missionary time. Interesting work as ",.
gendary race between "The Tortoise and The "
Hare. Baptist Church, you are netting new people -: Jri
In the area of politics, the venerable Joe Jameswas 1790 NW 55th Street constantly i
a master craftsman with a passion for perfectioneven Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor ZILBERTAXI "

as the engineer-technician team launching a space Christine Sutton, church 1025 W,.Flagler Street r
rocket to the moon. clerk Indef 4I

Joe was an artist even as Michaelangelo paintingthe June 24 ,.
story of creation on the ceiling of the Sistine .
I
Chapel; his brush, his persuasive discourse, his oils
SUMMER SPECIAL r
the voters, his organization techniques, his pallette, tI
his canvas, the polling places. LOW DOWN PAYMENT OF $10 FOR A LIFELONG

May some dedicated disciples of Joe James pickup PROFESSION twk

his banner ere it, touches the ground and carry it START NOW AT n
,high and boldly forward through the ages to everlasting Two members of the local Par & Birdie Golf Club
glory into the eternities. Sunlight Beauty SchoolWe seem pleased after completing arrangements with Lew'' J1

Price, center. City of Miami publicity director,relative :
problems and has played a Style Wigs Reasonable, to holding the United Golfers Association tournamentin 11
'key role in drafting legisla- Also teach the care of wigs and other hair Miami in August of 1967 From left, Ernest Hayes, JI
{, tive proposals in the labor- club president, ''Price," Lawrence Bathclar,city of Miami ..Il
'I management relations area. pieces public relations agent and Frank Rivers, club ..
As a recipient of the Se- 1113 NW SAVE. PH. FR 4-9991' vice president. Miami-Metro News' Bureau photo. I[
cretary's Career Service Award ..
j in 1963, Mr. Jones conducteda f
a -long study of emergency -
disputes procedures under rJ
the Taft-Hartley Act. \'<
I Mr. Jones graduated with ONLY 1E: tw
honors from Lincoln Universityin 4iJ
Missouri and received a
Master of Arts degree from the Liberty Homes Estates i
Institute of Labor and Indus- : .ac
trial Relations in the Univer- 4 'a
sity of Illinois. While attend- offers much valueBRANDNEW .- 11
jng the University of Wisconsin you so 4
where he earned his law
degree, he was twice the recipient *
of John Hay 'Whitney
Fellowship' .e '\
He is a member of the

TO HEAD LABORMANAGEMENT State Bar of Wisconsin and \.i
the Bar of the Supreme Court
POLICYDEVELOPMENT of the United States. lie livesat 3' 4 BEDROOM HOMES ft
7815 16th Street. NW in nU
Washington, D.C. with his Iih
Secretary of Labor W.wife and two children.

,f Willard appointment Wirtz of announced James the E. with such outstanding features as tR:

,, Jones Jr. as director oftlfe East Coast 1'1

Office Development.of LaborManagementPolicy This of- TailorsFEATURING SOLID SODDED LOTS 'tit-':

fice serves as the researchand fat'
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nagement Services Adminis- Unclaimed Pants for Sole

tration.Mr. and RemodelingFAST '
Alterations
Jones has been assigned SERVICE "il.r
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ST. Ali
i of Labor for almost ten years 717 NWG2
As Counsel for LaborManagement PL, 8-3901 ) i I r l "I'r.i
Relations and General A cuff while you wait .'e.i .
I Legal services, he dealt witha "Anytime" i 'It'r
variety of laws and legal i1i

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(I -CHURCH a*t ATTENTION REPORTERS I. -, trr gnu 3nAHtioch Qqurtq! 'vndttg I




Church MWS for publl.. '
cotton in tho currant wook's I GRACE INTERNATIONAL

ISBUO swat .. In .., office Baptist Women PRESBYTERIANRev. MINISTERS ALLIANCE
{ .o I..., than 7 o'clock Mo...

day .....1... Publication of MEETING TUESDAYThe
W. F. Savoy pastorAn
Raise
"."a rocolvoj of., that $5,468.50

PIN,. cannot .. guorantooo1. outstanding Children'sDay Interdenominational

The chairman,co-chairman, program was brought to Ministerial Alliance will
pastor, officers and members
us by t!.e Sunday School last meet at Ebenezer Methodist
take this means of expressing Sunday evening. This Sunday Church, 1042 NW 3rd Ave.,

GREATER BETHEL our appreciation to you evening at 7:30 the United Tuesday June 21 at 11. GAMBLE'S MEMORIAL

BAPTIST for loyalty and kindness during Presbyterian men will be in Rev. Aaron Hall is the
CHURCH OF GOD IN
our preparation and climax CHRIST
of Father's Day this meeting, pre-
charge our pastor. At
Elder J. C. Jackson
OPALOCKARev. for the great day. pastorP.
Doctor E. T.
Even-Kirk. sident Rev.
Seabrooks
W. K. Smith, pastor j We are in the process of, Graham will\ give the sermon reporterWe

"youth Striving for Heavenly having a summer series of f'from the subject "Is There are again proud to say

Goals" ''was the theme for -l \ ; Tuesday evening Bible No Balm In Gilead." that we will be honoring our

our Youth Day program held ,'r Study with the pastor and All ministers and members pastor all day sunday-"Fa-

last Sunday. The Junior ;) members of the St. Mary's are asked to be present at ther's Day." We would be

Church carried out the entire F Methodist Church. We are at this important meeting. very grateful to you and yours

services with adult like ef- eniovine the fellowship andthe to come out and help us to

ficiencies, proving they are \ study. make this a great day.

being'trained "in the way they I"t.-: Mrs. Ursula Higgs direc- -

should go." tor of the Adult Choir, and GREATER NEWMACEDONIA

At the morning services, Mrs. Catherine Chalmondeley
-- co-advisor of the senior High
our own Louise Wallace Anderson .
spoke from the subject 6 MRS. ODESSA WILLIAMSWe Fellowship are preparing to Rev, Roscoe Jackson, pastor

"Get right with God" and 'I. pray God's choicest attend Synod School to be Willie J. Beard reporter

youths alike, before endeavoring '," blessings i on each of you and held at the Florida Presbyterian The officers and membersof

to strive for heavenly t YJ: I remember our theme: "Wo College from June 19 to Macedonia wish to thank

goals,one must first get right I men's Stewardship of Homeand June 25. each and everyone who helpedto 4 f
with God. She pointed out the ., ; Family." Amount raised::: Condolences to Mr. and make our Pastor's Fourth
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five steps to make peace MRS. CORINE PIERCE I'.S, 468.50. Mrs. Ernest Saunders and Anniversary a great success.

with God; hear the word, be- Mrs. Corine Pierce, general family at the loss of their Special thanks to the 3 h .fir
Our special thanks to Commissioner -
lieve, repend, confess, and I Athalie chairman; Mrs. Odessa Williams M loved one Mr. Joseph Outen. following ministers and their

be baptised, and then strive ,morning speaker; Range and ,Mrs.our ; co-chairman and Rev. The Funeral will be held at congregations: Rev. C. H.

for heavenly goasls. (Cherrye Mills Boyer, out ). W. Stephenson, pastor. the church this Saturday morning Smith; Rev. Paul Freeman and

Mr: 'Terry Joseph, a mem- (evening speaker. at 11.Worship. Zion Hope M. B. Church; Rev.I .
ber of Antioch Baptist Church with us at Grace! H. Readens and Williams

was the evening speaker and Chapel Freewill Baptist 1

he further advised you must Church, Homestead Fla; and ,
SALTERS
CHAPELRev. MT. CARMEL
be born again before you can FRIENDSHIPRev. New Hope M.B. Church. Againwe

strive for heavenly goals. H. J. Benson, pastor Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor J. E. Jenkins pastor say to each and everyoneof I

Both speakers were good.A Flossie Marshall, reporter Louise McGriff, reporterWe Sis. Ruby Lee Carr reporter you, thank you. I

wonderful spirit of cooperation The Children's Thought for week: Behold, I
Day ser- had
a wonderful Sunday -
and enthusiam was Sunday will be Men's Dayat
vices how pleasant it is for brethren -
were beautiful with lesson
shown by the entire youth much success, spiritually and throughout the day, our church with Rev. K. to dwell together in unity! The pastor, Elder J, C.
department. The chairman, our pastor delivered a great E. of Mt. Olivett Baptist
financially, under the guidance Rogers Psalms 133:1. Jackson will bring the morning
jessie Cowins; program cum- of our Sunday School message.i Church of South Miami message; Elder A. C.
mitte, Roberta Norman and The children had a won- our guest speaker and Rev. Nance will bring the evening
Supt. Mrs. Agnes Davis. This
Jean Thomas were well rewarded W.K.Smithour eveningspeak- TEMPLEThe
effort was for the Sunday message. There will be a short
for a wellplannedprogram. School Convention i noon.The er of Greater New Bethel program MC'd by Minister
Great credit is duet t July 28. evening message was Opa-locka. With guest choirs Missionary Society, Scabrooks, Jr. featuring as a
The for
speaker the
morning ,
the Youth Council, under the delivered by a visiting minister and ushers. Our chairman Rev.J. Mrs. Florence Hepburn presi- distinguished soloist, Minister -
leadership of Dea. Ulysses| was Mrs. Willie Mae Mitchell i Rev. F. R. McClondon E. Wright and co-chairman dent, will have a dinner sale Lenwood Cooper, Jr. The
Banks for their guidance. Congratulations charming daughter of Rev. j from Macedonia Baptist Churchin this Saturday at the home of
Deacon James Ross along is being sponsored
and Mrs. H. J. Benson. program
wishesto i Coconut Grove. Mrs. Eva Gibson, corner NWJ
and best
with all of their coworkers anticipating -
our church mother.NATIONAL .
-.!to nine graduates. We She talked about the youth On Sunday afternoon,' the : a visit from 5th pi. and 19th St., from high,by

pray God will forever ,uidcthem t and their changing world. 1 No. 2 Usher Board willed they are sure you will you.enjoy noon until? Donation one I
their Urging them to be obedient 1 I Ito their anniversary with _Rev dollar 1
as they pursue both speakers. The program
their parents. To grasp Ackerson of the Mt. Calvary SUNDAY
chosen professions. committee has worked Sunday is Father's Day,
every opportunity that .is offered :1 Baptist Church and
You are invited to attendour congre very hard to prepare an interesting all our services will aim at SCHOOL BTUCONGRESS
them. she explained I|gation. Come and be with
revival services now in program for each 0 f the theme. "Honoring Father."
that children
session. Rev. W. W. Whitehead are not ours but them.The you to enjoy.The The male chorus will sing
are given to us for a purpose Fourth Sunday afternoon -
of Savannah, Georgia pastor the chairman both morning and evening.
of building a better world. the Willing Workers The national Sunday
is our evangelist. co-chairman and coworkersand The oldest and youngest fathers -
Everyone was so happy to club will have their anniver-
the entire church extendto will be honaed.The School and BTU Congress
hear her talk about many sary. Rev. Sims of New Hope each of you a cordial invi-\ King and Queen con will t bs held in Charlotte,
CHURCHES OF things about the youth. We do 1 Baptist Church will deliver tation. test of the Junior Ushers N. C. June 20-26.

CHRIST SCIENTIST"Is hope she will visit us again 1 the message. Come and hear Our deepest sympathy is Board will come to a close The Sunday School of the
soon. Miss Bernice Ward was I him.
Sunday afternoon at
3:30 Churchis
extended to Sis. Flossie Mt. Olivette Baptist
the Universe, Including chairman of youth day. Booker in the loss of her o'clock with a spicy program. sponsoring a bus to the

Man, Evolvec, by Rev. Benson left for Cleveland brother in New Brunswick,N.J. The young folk are asking all Congress.
Atomic Force?" This is the Ohio for the Bishop's their friends to for them
NEW MT.MORIAH Also Sis. Thelma Clayton in-| vote Round trip fare is $45.
question explored in \ Council. We wish him a safe and to and
the come how
see they
the loss of her uncle in Fitzgerald This amount will also include -
Bible Lesson to be presentedat I trip and much success. The run.
Ga. Our prayers and a five-hour sightseeing -
ail Christian Science missionaries will meet Saturday Rev. A. L. Shipp pastor
wishes to all of our sick and tour of Charlotte and the
churqJt this Sunday. at Bryant Fla. For the Evelyn Souter, reporterWe
shutins-. North Carolina mountains -
Opening the LessonSermon district of West Miami .[)on' t MT. CALVARYRev. nearby
will be Paul's statementin forget the sick and shutins. will begin our Pastor's and a two-hour sight-
Anniversary Thursday nightat Samuel Atchison pastor seeinc tour of St. Augustine
Hebrews: "Through faithwe ANTIOCHNEW
understand that the 8, with Rev. Griffin and "Remember now thy Creatorin Florida

worlds'' were framed by the NEWPROVIDENCE 'congregation. Friday night a ( LIBERTY CITY) the days of thy youth, while The bus is conveniently

word of God, so that things !program at 8, Sunday at 3 p.m. Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor the evil days come not, nor equipped with air conditioning

which ire seen were not madeof will climax the anniversary.We Mrs. Annie Whipple, reporter the years draw nigh when rest room, reclining seats

things which do appear." The Revival Meeting is had two soul-stirring thou shalt say, I have no and huge picture windowsfor

The theme is explainedis now going on, the Rev. Boyd 'messages Sunday with Rev. 1 was glad when they pleasure in them ." Ecc. your comfort and plea
said let
Tanner at 11 a.m. and our us go into the houseof
explained further in is
references preaching God's word. If : sure.You
from the Christian you fail to attend the first own Rev. Jackson at 7 p.m.We the Lord." And all per 12:1.In accordance with this may make your reservations

Science textbook. A meeting week don't miss were blessed to have two sons present in the houseof the by calling Mr.
the last one. the Lord verse, youth of Mt. Calvary -
where you hear helpful and This Revival will continue joiners. Also, our pastor was were indeed glad will have their Annual Jimmie Hodges at CE 58463or
to be
inspired testimonies of heal- through June 24. On Sunday, with us again. We are happyhe there. The powerful 1 Youth Day on Sunday. Mrs. I. C. Mickins at
ings experienced the June is having a wonderful re prayers prayed the stirring 634-0500.
by application 26 Baptism services gospel The speaker of the morning
of Christian Science will be held in our morning covery.We are still asking for songs sung and wonderful will be Miss Janice Watts. Anyone who will enjoy a

la held every Wed. eve. at 8. services. All candidates are your continuing prayers for our message delivered by With your cooperation they nice trip and fellowship is

The public is invited to attend asked to be present at 10 him. pastor individual.was enjoyed beach y are planning a spiritual pro- invited to go. There are only
The
these meetings also a.m. and bring a change of We all know that Sunday if Church was at the Junior gram. Won't you please help 30( seats available. The first

gun services at 11 a.m. everySundafiQand garments. Father's Day, asking all da- duty. And they looked post of by coming out.PRIMITIVE. reservations will be ac-
to use the Reading The Pastor's Aid Union ddies to attend church Sun served and cepted.
beautifully
Room Mon..&:. Fri. 1 to 3 will convene at our church day. Give God one day, because Programs
;,... wed. 6 to 7:45 p.m. Sunday, June 19 at 3 p.m. we won't see some and other activities

Here, you may borrow, Sunday is Father's Day. of you again un il this time following will two be weeks going for on the BAPTIST ST. MARKRev.

study or purchase the Bible, Happy Father's Day to all the next year. Visitors are always Day. Members and friends Men's SUNDAY SCHOOL

and all authorized Christian fathers Qf New Providence welcome. the of C. W. Wade, pastor
community let us all CONVENTION
Science literature, located at Pray for the sick and for our give MEETSThe Geraleen Peak, reporter
wholeheartedly
NW those who support.'Men's .
1600 54th Street.ANTIOCH are grieved over -
the loss of,their loved SHILOHRev. Day-Fourth Sunday. 96th session of the Our annual revival ser-
ones. "See you in church Sunday." East Florida Primitive Baptist vices began June 13th thru
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor .
A. M. Griffin, pastor Church
C.
Sunday School 24th at 7:30 p.m. Rev. W.
Claudia Wilson
Rev P. W. Wiggins Minister reporter Sis. C. M. Myles, reporterAt meets in Gainsville, Fla., Edgar in charge of'services'e

Willie Powell, reporterOn June 15-19 at the invited -
3 p.m. Sunday, the Willing SECOND BAPTIST Shady The public is cordially

June 19, the No. 2 Workers Club will observe (RICHMOND HEIGHTS) Church 804 SW 5th St., Rev. to come out and worship
Usher Board celebrates their ZION HOPERev. their 3rd Anniversary. Everyone H. C. Samuels is asking that t with us.
Rev. J. all
14th anniversary. Rev. J. W. Paul Freeman, pastor is invited to attend. A. Ferguson, pastor ministers messengers and Let us continue to pray for

Steohenson will be guest Sis. E. Jackson reporter Deacon C. Brown is asking Josephine Hunter, reporter delegates to please be present and visit our sick and shutins.

speaker. Make it a must to all Deacons to meet at the Circle No. 1 of the Missionary Wednesday morning at 10.
I attend., The men are working hard church Monday night at 8. Society is sponsoring (June IS). The bus will leave

On &June 24, the Sunday towards their Men's Day Business of vital importance. a Fashion Tea at the church New Hope P.B. Church noi t\\e

SChOOl will present a very Drive. They are asking the You're always welcome to June 26 from 4 to 6 pan. your 1st Place Friday, June i7|

\ specffr musical program and I church for its support. -- cane and worship with us. presence will be greatly a P- All passengers are asked )0\1\
: be toe
| invites the entire church and I The pastor is urging every Remember to visit and pray preciated.You on time according to GY

friendsJlf you miss these two one to attend the weekly meet- for the sick and shutins. are always welcome to above schedules.

affairs will miss a very ings. Don't forget prayer Deacon M.Summersett,Mother worship with us in any of our Rev. If. C. Samuels, preside
You
treat. meeting Tuesday night. Smith and others. activities. nt; Rev. T. R. Griffin,
\ special;'piritual moderator.

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' ... ;"! 1 New Community Relations -

:.I""i'", :' Board Chairman Is Strong ..fiA

,:"""".,' H.'I:' great deal of enthusiasmin During a meeting of the board he outlined, a few including land," Dr. Narot said.
.. ..I' ,'iJ\'"'; .' '1.\\ the Negro community greet-. board at the Miami-Dade filling the staff positions "Nothing less than the ':"'
'. ; 'r't.J .' ;: ',. ed the appointment last Thurs- Chamber of Commerce, Dr. made possible by 'the Fatherhood of God and the
.",\.\ ,. ,. day of Dr. Joseph R. Narot, Narot said: "Although we larger budget of the Metro brotherhood of man, not as i
i.t"8' '- '. rabbi at Temple Israel to suc- have reached a kind of pla- Commission ". with the clinches, but as living ideals, "
,' ceed Bishop James L. Dun- teau, distressing as it is, we strongest possible in the are at stake here." j \
can, suffragan bishop of the must not forget the many sig- community." Dr. Narot has been a MIa- I} '
Episcopal Diocese of South nificant steps which our com Staying closely in touch mi resident for 16 years and I
Florida, as chairman of Metro munity has taken under the with what happens nationally. has served for years on the j rW,:
Dade County Community Rela- direction of these two men Working "deliberately and CRB, the Welfare ..PlanningC :
tions Board. and with the help of others incessantly" with the Can- "uncil and the Florida
Other new members includeDr. who have labored by their side." munity Relations Service in Conference of Social Welfare.
Henry King Stanford, pre- lie would not have accepted Washington."I lie is chairman of the
.', ; sident of the University of the responsibility,he said, do not need at this Central Conference of American -
'
oil'', ) Miami, first vice-chairman; if le thought that we time to reiterate at any Rabbi and is author of
: ;; 0"': Dr. John 0. Brown, vice were going to remain bogged length the urgent moral issues the book recently published,
chairman of CORE second down as we seemed to have and the ageless religious "To Whom the Rabbis Speak."

..' vice chairman; and Luther C. been in recent months ." teachings which are at stake He lives in Coral Gables with
aMiss Pierce, director of Greater Among tasks facing the here in our community and his wife and five children.
s
Miami Council of Churches,
secretarytreasurer.Dr. .

Narot said he consi- WE SHIP A PACK FREE TO THE BAHAMAS '
:4 dered It". both an honor

:'1" ,'" and a challenge" to follow ORLY
I\\ \: '!'t.\I Bishop Duncan and Bishop p YOUR FOR
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Coleman F. Carroll of the
Catholic Diocese of Miami in 1 if'.t

ii the chairmanship of the Com-
,- munity Relations Board. :,
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Janis Eileen Sanders sI
a success {"
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Miss Sanders is a 1966 LEGAL NOTICE
Farrington, would like to graduate of Northwestern. .
I thank all of her friends and This fall, she plans to at- Notice Under Fictitious Name ..
relatives for their thoughtfultend Tennessee State and Law EASY TERMS
ness' In making her graduation major in biology. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' 0Y II'
that the undersigned, desiringto ,
MIAMIAN NAMED named to the honor roll. They engage in business under Y "

EMINENT TEACHERAT chose Eminent faculty mem- the fictitious name of r
bers of the year: Arthur J. COUSIN'S RECORD SHOP
TUSKEGEEDuring Scavella, Miss Thelma Wash- AND INCOME TAX SERVICEat 4 "
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the annual Scholarship An eminent faculty memberis the city of Miami, Fla. intends ..
Night at Tuskegee In- that instructor believed by to register the said 1 a ,.., R Ii.
stitute,more than 150 students the Eminent scholar to have name with the clerk of the ..
were honored for academic had the greatest! influence on Circuit Court of Dade County, e U
achievement. his development. Professor Fla. u. y

Eminent scholar honors Scavella, chosen by Gregory Dated at 'Miami, Florida I'it
went to Gregory Chibuzo, Chibuzo, is head of the de- this 27th day of May, 1966. ir
Uwani, Nigeria; James E. partment of Mathematics. Albert We llington Cooke,owner t'v b
Green, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; and Scavella was also named an May 27. June 3, 10, 17.
Gracy Lee, BirminghamAla. Eminent faculty member in
The three Eminent scholars 1963 and 1964. He is the son ? .x 11n..
had the highest cumulative of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. LEGAL NOTICE 4r GORGE. III

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1Z THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 17, 1966 RANGE. .

Mrs. Rebecca Walker of
In Richmond -
14781 Tyler Street
r Heists, died June 9th.

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS She is survived by two daughters
l and
t Ceather Chaney
Candice GiHespie; four sons,

K; Thomas, Bert, Jack and

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS i t; .r. Clarence; two brothers, Lon-
McCelby
I nie Smith and Clyde ;
memory of our dear memory of our loved The family of the late two sisters, Hannah Little

t mother and grandmother one ALBERT BROWN and Pearl Speiths; two sis Y1, ,NY
DAISY LEANORA GREEN ters-in-law; one brother-in-1 aw; '
who departed this life May ,9 Y Ys

who slipped from us June 6, 28, 1966, wish to take this ;, four grandchildren; one relative great
1962. means of expressing their grandchild; other
'- j Death is just the gatewayOur appreciation for donations, and friends. Services were

loved ones pass through cards,flowers, and many other held Monday at Macedonia

On their way to the land, acts of kindness extended to Baptist Church,Coconut drove. .
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Where we're all borne anew. us during our hour of bereave-
Joseph Outen of 549 NW PIONEER DIES
And while we can't see ment. v
What's on death's other side i Special thanks to Usher -- 47th Terrace died June 9th.
AGE
AT 15
We know that our father will Board No. I, Rev. W. J. Ma- HUGH PAYNE He is survived by two daugh-
richly provide con and members and staff of ters, Mrs. Murlean Saundersand Mrs. Thripheme Elizabeth
All that he promised to those; Range Funeral Home. FORMER RESIDENTOF Mrs. Mae Thurst on; a son,. (Mackey) Gaiter, the wife o f
who believe William Stawfield Outen; two the late Solomon Adrian
DIESIN
Mrs. Bertha Brown wife MIAMI
I
And his kingdom is waiting brothers, Timothy of Miami Gaiter, passed at 4:25 a.m..
for us to receive. NEW YORK and Benjamin of Tampa; a Thursday, June 2, 1966 at

IN MEMORIAMIn sister Mrs. Augusta Thurston Jackson Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .
motherMr. '
Mrs. Edna Culmer, science
Hugh Payne, a of Nassau; evelvengrandchild
Harlie McKenzie, brother loving memory of our teacher and guidance counsel ren; other relatives and Gaiter is better known
MARTHA E. KELLY dear husband lor at Food and Maritime High friends. Services will be held by most friends and relativesas

l who departed this life the OSCAR SPENCERwho School of New York City, diedon Saturday, June 18 at Grace "Mama Gaiter" or "Phimi"was
16th of June, 1956. IN MEMORIAMIn Monday evening, (June 6). Presbyterian Church at 11 a.m. taken to Jackson Memorial
departed this life June
She is gone, but not forgot memory of the late 1964- Mr. Payne lived in the Riverton Hospital on Tuesday morning,

ten. Apartments of 2181 Madi- May 31, 1966 after suffering
"How sweet the still"
Mrs.Lucille Wilson memory son Ave. and was 52 years old. Mrs. Daisy Smith of 15901 stroke at her home. This was

I And Family .,.. Mrs. Addle S. Spencer, wife A native of Miami, Mr. NW 18th Place, Opa-locka, the first major sickness Mrs.'
,; \ Mrs. Mattie Spencer, Payne come to New York City died June 9 at the Treasure Gaiter had suffered in the 75
stepmother, Cleveland, Ohio after graduation from More- Island Nursing Home. She is years of her life time.

IN MEMORIAMIn Messrs. George Spencer, house college to establish, survived by two daughters, Mrs. Gaiter came to the
and
Cleaners Dyers,
Gilbert Spencer and Melvin Payne's and Mesdames Charlotte Hunter United States from Benaman

sad, but loving memoryof Spencer, Cleveland, Ohio a tailoring business and cleaning which he and Margaret Payne, and her Town, Eleuthera, in the year

my dear beloved husband operated pressing jointly with his wifeuntil husband, Edward; one son, of 1910,. where in later years

DAVID L. SALTERwho the-time of his sudden I Washington Smith and his she met the late Solomon A.
ALBERT. wife Sadie; nine grandchildren and in the of 1912
year
departed this life June to passing.The Gaiter
other relatives and friends.
13, 1965. Rev. George Butler, 141 eldest son of the late ; the 18th of May; they were
Services Saturday June 18 at
,
"A precious one from us is Frow Ave. Coral Gables, died Samuel and Luella Payne ol. united in holy matrimony. Bor
Mt. Hermon AME Church, at
gone, June 10. Rev. Butler was a Miami, Mr. Payne received his to them were 13 children of
A voice we live is still well known minister of this formative education in the 4 p.m. which 7 is now surviving.On .

A place is vacant in our v area. He pastored various school system of that city.Hematriculate'd Oct. 1,1965, at 11 a.m.

hearts, .,. "' *, '* .' churches until he retired some to <. Morehouse his
AJC* J 7l. 101 1&: I God sent messengerof
p That never can be filled. few years ago. Services were College in 1936 and graduatedin Ollie Clark of 1829 NW 62 death to come and claim
MRS. SCEVA McPHEE WARD held Wednesday from St. Marys the class of '40 with a Terr. died June 10. He is late Solomon
the
his
Mrs. Essie Mae Salter, wife who departed this life June Baptist Church, Coconut Bachelor of Science degree., survivied by his widow,Susie; Gaiter servant, after 53 years of hap-
And Family 16,1965. Grove. Survivors are wife, He continued his educa-one daughter, Mrs. Theresa
P "The king of love my shep- Lottie, one daughter, Mary B. tional activities attending Johnson; a sister Mrs. Jessie py marriage.

hard is, whose goodness fail-'Lane, one son-in-law, Alex- classes at Columbia Univer- bums; a brother-in-law, Mrs. Gaiter leaves to mourn

IN MEMORIAMIn eth never. I nothing lack if ander Lane, one granddaughter sity and Hunter College and Ernest Hollins; a nephew, her passing one sister, Mrs.
he is mine forever." Phyllis Lane. from 1958 was a member of Johnnie Clark other relativesand Olivia Thompson; four daugh
loving memory of the late Mrs. Doris McPhee Copeland the Board of Education teach- friends. Services Saturday ters: Miss Frances Gaiter,

daughterMr. Mrs. Alice wimberly, 2301 ing in the elementary and June 18 at Mt. Tabor Baptist Mrs. Rowena Ferguson, Miss '
Alber Armstead Anderson NW 152nd St., Opa-locka, died high schools of this city.A Church at 1 p.m. Dorothy Gaiter, and Mrs. :
,.'.Y ,"'" June 10. Survivors are four member of numerous busi- Margaret Jones; three sons: f

: ;-.-, And Family daughters, Mesdames Addie ness and community organizations Herbert, Cedric and Leroy f
(\ \ ;41, .... Jackson, Annie Mae Taylor, Mr. Payne was an offi- Joseph Golden of 16521 NW 3 daughters-in-law; one son-
1
-/. ":) CARD OF THANKSThe Stanley; five sons, Elex, the Neighborhood Cleaners New York City June 12th. Mr. twenty grandchildren; four
i -
ttdJ 1'\ family of Nathan, James, Felix, Israel; Association and past officerof Golden was an employee of the greatgrand children and ahostof
: one brother James Sams. the Morehouse College club United States Postal System.He and friends.
REV. LOUIS 0. VIEL other relatives
; Remains were sent to Macon, of New York City. is survived by hismother, ,
and MRS. NANCY VIEL Ga. for final rites and burialin He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jula Golden; a sister, Funeral services will be
'tej would like to take this methoc:
r of expressing their sincere I Jefferson, Ga. Mabel (the former Mabel Selbyof Mrs. Marion Smith, two brothers, Saturday, June 11 at 4 p.m. at
Stocton, Maryland) whom he Paul and George; other rela- The St. James Baptist Church
floral 1 1
thanks for the
many Frank Maril, 5815 NW 18th married in 1946. Three sisters, tives and friends. Arrange- 4875 NW 2nd Ave. With the

., donated pieces, cars telegrams and kind, cards words,.1 Ave. died June 12. Survivors Gladys Braynon, Mrs. Mary ments are incomplete. Rev. J. L. Johnson in charge
are two daughtersone sister, Munroe of Miami and Mrs. Ma-
of expression during their r
Mrs. Nettie Sarrold;other rela- deline Wright of Detroit,
.
bereavement.Mrs. tives and friends. Services Michigan; two brothers, Samuel Uinroltt
Ruby Denard, Saturday 1 p.m. from the and Wyatt Payne of Miami. ftaorial flarlt

granddaughter Liberty City chapel. Numerous in-laws and a host
MR. JOSEPH PASCHAL of friends in Atlanta, Miami You do Not have to own Grave Space in LINCOLN

who departed this, life June Miss Dorothy Mae Clark, and New York City. MEMORIAL PARK, 3001 NW 46 ST. 'a bury loved I

14,1964. 928 NW 1st Ave.died June 12. A funeral service conducted ones. Just Tell your funeral director this IS your wish.
"With a cheery smile and a CARD OF THANKS incomplete.Rev. by the Rev. Dr. Roy Nichols It will b. Jane.G'TES : .

wave of hand, you have won- The family of the late of Salem Methodist OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYS
dered into unknown land.A ... Edward F. King, 2400 Church was held on Saturdayand I A 2 mo. pre-need grave space sole now going on.
land our father claims his NW 4th Ct. Hialeah; died the body was interned at I
June 12. Incomplete.Mrs. Feme tiff Cemetery of New NE 4.4197 E. Johnson Manager OX 19199THOUGHTFUL

own.Gone, but not forgotten. York State.

Mary Jane Allen, 338
Mrs. Grace P. Thomas ; t: NW 19th st. died June 13,
And Families Survivors are husband Will; friends. The body was ship-

one daughter, Ophelia Jones, ped to Tuskegee, Ala. Thurs- i

sister, one brother. Remainswere day night for final rites and i j. :, '"
sent to Albany,Ga. for burial. "
CARD OF THANKSThe '<0. 'i..t.
final rites. !1' 'ltt<. :
family of the late Graveside services for''rf"; :' r-/ .;

Mrs. Laura Wynn, 1531 NW infant girl Williams, daughterof ,I"..t, 'i;
LULA MAE DAVIS
I 1st Ct. died June 12. Incom- Mrs. Birdie Williams, were !
wish to take this method of held ; '
'k plete. Wednesday at Evergreen it Z {
expressing their thanks and cemetery.

appreciation for your cards of Robert Lee Brown, 2400 NW t .
sympathy and your acts of 162nd Terr. died June 12. Graveside services for .
also want to i iI. ;:.:': ,
ktRQness.' We Survivors are wife. Services infant boy Glover, son of Mr. ..
thank the House of Albert. Saturday, 2 p.m. at Greater New and Mrs. James Henry Glover \([ BEAUTIFUL SERVICES

Maria Davis, mother -- Bethel raptist, Opalocka.RICHARDSON of 3430 NW 211th St. were held

Theodore and John, sons WILLIS A. MAYCOC K Thursday at Evergreen ceme- :'I I Our, ability and desire to
Mrs. Annie Wilson, sister wish to express our sincere tery.
Leroy, Paul and Willie,, thanks to our many friends to. ,tl..... carry out your wishes, together -
brothers and relatives for floral Sidney Robinson of 15601 tlI I :r ) with experience,

Three nieces pieces, telegrams, cards, and NW 158th St. Road died June "Any wh.r. r i our
In the
world "
donations. 9. He is survived by one : f:} mean a service that is
you want to 90"
Special thanks to the pas- daughter, Eunice; three sons TICKETS T Jrf( conducted with beauty and
tor and members of St. James Arcolion, Sidney and Nathanielone COST > ,

IN MEMORIAMIn Baptist church for services daughter-in-law and a host NO MOI2E .r I f7 understanding-to comfort.
rendered. The pastor and mem- of other relatives and friends. ai Ci1.o
loving memory of a dear bers of St. Adorkus African Services were held Wednesdayin ...,. ; .<
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loving husband and son Universal Church, Father the chapel. J.I.h .

RICHARD MINN S Sands, Atlantic Coast LodgeNo. TUYEL 4UNIU ,,-;" "My Father in Heaven, help
life June 8, the Heroines Jericho, Mrs. Norma Whitehead of \ '" me never to forget' Thy love
this "Your
who departed Veterans of Foreign Wars 1560 NW 1st Ct. Apt. 6 died Neighborhood Travel looks/ up to me in the

19 1965. Maybe Post 5693 of Opa-locka, the June 12. She is survive < by Ag.ntt" (..! \ beauty of the flower ."
Gone,but not forgotten. pastor, choir, and members of her husband Benny; one son As near to at ,...- John Henry Jowett
Tfft in peace. the Freewill Baptist Churchof Nathaniel Hughly, three sis- you your
telephone. Civ us a call. .
Virginia Minns, wife Opa-locka, the M. H. Rahming ters Mesdames Evelyn Bryant, We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd Oscar L. Range
William Minns, son Funeral Home. May God bless Portia Bascom and Birdal Moss Av.. FR 9-8451. Chas. C.
Brenda Minns, daughter you all. four brothers, Daniel, David, North, Manager. ll./f. Funeral Home
Delia Hale, mother Charles, Clemton and Moton
Audrey Hale, father The Maycock Family Hughley; other relatives and I .



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ELIAS PRESENT 117 TO SOCIETYMiami





Beach Auditorium was the scene of the top social
vent of the season last Saturday as 117 graduating high
chool seniors made their debut into society. 9i

The presentation was the 16th annual Debutante Cotil- i.a i.
lion sponsored by the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority before
i 000 parents and friends of the selected c rls.

The girls were chosen by a special committee on the
asis of noral character, scholarship standing and activi-
fies participation.Built .

around the theme "A Pretty Girl Is Like A Me-
ody," the debutantes, dressed in white formal gowns,made
i beautiful appearance in the cotillion.

Each girl's escort accepted his daughter from the armf
[ her father. The escorts were all high school seniors.

Times photographer Bill Harris caught these scenes
[uring the exciting evening. '
nittee.((1) Members of the Delta Sigma Theta Debutante Com- HtNj t

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((5) A group of the escorts await their turn to go on.
((6) Edward Graham escorts lovely Cecelia Lawrence.
((7) Sorors Dorothy Graham, president; Helen J. Davis,
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I Daughter of Mr. &Mrs. Alex Allen Daughter of Mrs. Eva B. Smith Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Barry Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. James Bell Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. L Bellinger, Senior
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Miami Carol City Booker T.. Washington Miami I Northwestern Miami I Northwestern North Dade
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| of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel T. Culmer Daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Sands Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. K. Dove, Jr, Daughter of Mrs. Bertha Dunn Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. C. Edwards
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I North Dade Carol City Mays Mays Miami Northwestern
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I Granddaughter of Mrs. Hattie Baker Granddaughter of Mrs. Annie Moss Daughter of Mr. & Mrs.Walter Humes Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John Hutchinson Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Johnson
i Mays Miami Northwestern Booker T. Washington Miami Edison Miami Northwestern
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Booker T.WashingtonAmbition Miami Northwestern Mays Booker T. Washington Booker Washington
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Ambition: Secretary George Washington Carver Booker T. Washington North Dade Booker T. Washington I
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Miami Northwestern
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Daughter of Mrs. Emma Collins Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. James Rolle Daughter of Mrs. Margie Rowland Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Harry L Russell Daughter of Mrs. Sarah Sawyer
I Booker T. Washington Miami Northwestern Booker T.Washington Miami Palmetto George Washington Carver
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I Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. C. Simmons Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Omega Singletary Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel S. Smith Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Franklyn R. Smith Daughter of Mrs. Altermease Smith
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Booker T. Washington Ambition: Speech Therapist! Booker T.Washington Ambition: Biological Scientist Booker T. Washington
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rer Mays North Dade George Washington Carver Miami Northwestern Miami Northwestern
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Daughter of Essie Mae White Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Wilcox Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Wilcox Daughter of Lt. Col. & Mrs. E. F. Williams Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. H. Williams, Jr.
Miami Jackson George Washington Carver Miami Jackson Immaculata Academy Palmetto
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of Mr. & Mrs. I I. S. Williams Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Roger Williams: Daughter of Mr.! & Mrs. Kelly C. Wilson Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. Wilson Daughter of| Mrs. Frances Light,
North Dade Miami Jackson Miami Edison Miami! Northwestern Booker T. Washington,
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$500 DOWN $85 MONTH

FONTANA REAL ESTATEONLY GRAND OPENINGNEW OPEN1859 NW 42 STREET

No qualifying, move in. This CBS beauty will
THE FINEST PROPERTIES 3 BEDROOM HOMES sell! fast.

1101 NW 81 STREET WATERFRONT $1,000 DOWN $95 MONTHLY $350 DOWN -$77 MONTH PAYS ALL
PooUscreened patIO. Exquisite: 3 bedroom, 2 both, SELLING PRICE $14,500 930 NW 83 TERRACEThis
most modem kitckert with built-in refrigerator, is of the most be-iutiM CBS homes in,
ana
frttttr, oven aid Central ducts and hi-fi
range.
"system,Call for,appointment to '''',ct. 2156 NW 41 TERR 2180 NW 47 TERR the area.

AND, 1909 NW 85 STREET 3200', :NW i II I AVENUE
CLOSE TO ABOVE PROPERTY ALSO A CBS 2 bath beauty for someona who appreciates
3 bedroom, 2 bath, custom-bilt'CBS finest. Corner lot.
$22,500 _with excellent terns 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, NEW HOMES ALLAPATTAH REALTY

141 NVI 50. .STREET ..JI' BEDROOMS CBS 1750 NW 76, TERR 178 NW 76 TERR 3517 NW 17_ AVE. 633-0426

2ft) both, built-in oven, range.odbar,, ooli' floors '',' ,WE HAVE.:"A"GQOD TRADE PROGRAM:
large the patio porch, garagt, tilt roof, terracedlot.
HOUSE 1-5 P.M.
OPEN
Across street from school.,Good ttms.

IF YOUR KIDS COME FIRST. FORD REALTYINC. Broker

Sto, 520 NW 41st STREET Vary largo 3 bedroom,
3639 N.W., 15th Avenue 635-4595
2 bath, on 2 lego fenced lots.
OPEN I TO 6 P.M.

CBS HOME PLUS COTTAGE
330 NW Slsf 5T $13,200 FHA "Waterfrolt"S&OO
$400 DOWN $82 MONTH SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR DOWN

325 NW 50 STREET :$9,900 TOTAL SPECIAL" 9251 LITTLE RIVER BLVD

Completely furnished. 4 bedroom, 2 both, 2 story Cleaned & Oiled Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 75x130 lot. Landscaped with
rosidonco. Low cash, no qualifying,'1 mortgage. *Adjust Tensions \II many extras included. A must see to appreciate. One
134 NW 15 STREET 'Free Needle & Belt Total Cost la FHA mortgage. One low monthly payment pays all.

$4 00 DOWN FHA S18 MONTHLY *Check all Wiring "Bargain' Piked"
1 Year GuaranteeAll
Solid CBS, ,cedar closet, oak floors, garage,
sprinkler system, tilo roof, $12,000 total. Makes & Models $400 $12,500 TOTAL PRICE

CALL 634-6242 OR, 633-6256 ,Beautiful 2 bedroom ,CBS with lovely Fla room.
S44 NW 47 TERRACE -NO QUALIFYING Many desirable extras included. Walk'ta shopping
schools and
Cite CBS,2 bedroom, lovely fenced yard, hcr-b-q- transportation
excellent area. Solar and booster. Comer lot.Chas. ....SSSSSSSSS.SSSSS'S ': $350 DOWN -$11,500 TOTAL
BEAUTIFUL ARCOLA LAKE
S. Foitaio Rtiltor Tremendous value, 3 bedroom, CBS, air conditioner -
: OPEN 2-6 SATURDAY SUNDAY : awnings and other extras. .

6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511 8340 NW 10 AVENUES Fabulous.$45O "

Owner says sale will pay closing cost. This is S
fantastic, completely (urn., featuring TV, air S DOWN
WE'VE GOT GIGS conditioner, carpeting, large patio and barbecue, Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, loads of closet
doable garage, awnings, sprinkler syster, much space, Flo room, garage, fenced rear and beau
SINGERS WANTED MALE OR FEMALE S more. Total price now $15,750. Only $600 down. tiful I patio.
POP JAZZ RHYTHM & BLUES .
S 1060 NW 85 STREET SS
ROCK & ROLLS250 Perfect dome to entertain, private beach, spotS "FANTASTIC VALUE"
per week to start light, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, formica dining room, 2 S 9020 NW 12 COURTIn
apply air conditioners, awnings and garage. '5 choice area. Comfortable. 3 bedroom CBS. On

National Record Service, Inc. 8363 NW 12 AVE $16,500 : spacious 100x100 landscaped lot, central heat,
hardwood floors, sprinkler
carpeting
633-1255 2 bedroom,_ Fla room, lovely screened porch, garage system and many other extras. Priced right. FHA
patio,
carport.
3289 NW 1 AVENUE 12 P.M. TO 5 P.M. terms, one mortgage, reasonable down paymentand
5 1185 NW 83 ST. $16,500 S one monthly payment pays all.

Bvilt-in features, Fla room, screened porch, SS "WATERFRONT VALUES"We
patio, large corner lot. S
have 3 outstanding values in lovely 3 bedroom -
: 1065 NW 83 ST. $16,000 : 2 bath homes with built in features and

ALL CBS BEAUTIES. NO CLOSING COSTS Nicely furn., wall to wall rug, lovely Fla roam, extras. Priced right. Good terms.

$350 DOWN. 3 BEDROOM. Fla, room, enclosed sprinkler system. "LAST BUT NOT LEAST"

porch, dining room, 'appliances, air condo largelot. S SAME AREA 1320 NW 81 ST. S NO QUALIFYING NO CLOSING COST

S Seller pays closing cost. $250 down. $80 month, REASONABLE DOWN PAYMENT
$300 DOWN. $77 MONTH. S pays all, 2 bedroom, awnings, carport, fenced, NW 41 STREET CHOICE AREA
$300 DOWN. $1110NTH. 3 bedroom, dining S
room S sprinkler
system
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath on beautiful I landscaped lot,
utility room, city water, only I county tax. .
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garage, patio and numerous extras. Price right. One
$300 DOWN. $74 MONTH. 2 bedroom, enclosed : Clark-Grellner, Realtors : low monthly payment pays all.
porch, dining room, utility room, carport, central
heat, appliances, air cond. S 24 HOUR SERVICES .

$380 DOWN. $13 MONTH. 2 bedroom, diningroom 14647 NW 7th Ave. :
utility room, carport, appliances, best area.
MU 8-0537 .
BEST CORNER IN MANOR PARK. Fenced all .
huge rooms, 2 bedrooms, Fla room, dining room, .SOSSSS.SSSSSSSSSSSS
garage, appliances, FHA or bank.

$300 DOWN. $76 MONTH. Live rent free. Duplex,
1 bedroom opts. Like 2 private houses. Back to Phone: 634.1444
back. Entrances on separate streets. Each has ANN'S $1,500 DOWN
own carport, appliances. Good location.
GUEST HOUSE 3 bedroom, 2 baths, kitchen, dining room, Fla room, living room,
NO QUALIFYING ON THE FOLLOWING Clean, cool rooms for your large utility house., Price $12,500. Monthly payment $85.00

f $80'.MONTH, 3 BEDROOM. Enclosed, porchdin-, convenience
lag'room,' utility 'room! carport. APP'ioices.' Only "A Friendly'- I Place to + 549 NW 50 STREET
I J $700 down. $10,500 total. Meet Your Friends" 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen with built-in range and oven, utilityroom

f/ $70 MONTH. 3 BEDROOM. Garage, appliances, 3059 NW 45 STREET Fla room, fenced-in-yard with swimming pool. The price on
( only $700 down, ,$9,000 to al., Mr. T., Prop.START .' this house has been drastically reduced. This is a steal! Open
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\ 2 BEDROOM, CARPORT. Appliances, Reasonable M I '
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491 NW 40 STREET
.( 2 BEDROOM each apt. Large rooms. WORK TODAY.!
.' Appliances, extras. Reasonable down, $12,700 A Public Seivfte Over 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen with built-in_ range and oven, utilityroom
I total. 20 Y.orsI large Fla loom,open Saturday and Sunday, 1:00 to 5:00p.m.
: I Live In Molds Price 18500. Low,down .
'B". payment.WE
WE HAVE MANY OTHERS Cooks BeysDishwashers
L ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES r'orfers BUILD ON YOUR LOT
Gas Station DriversHotel
':i FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS
& Home'Maids WITH NO MONEY DOWN'
W. Appreciate Your
Business I IA1.r Wtlliiftoi S. Irowi, Rt|. Broker


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CLASSIFIED FOR RENT HELP WANTEDCITY HELP WANTED
ADS Room in private home for a
quiet gentleman, 47th St. OF' MIAMI STOCK CLERK: $354-$451.

1 area. 634-9654. Civil Service examinations are H.S. plus two yrs. exper. as
15 WORDS OR LESS 125. 50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD -- scheduled for the following stock clerk or storekeeper.
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED =
ADS ffiDMEinAv- -----00 ......... Deluxe' 3 bedroom apt. in positions: TRADE STANDARDS IN-
,: Liberty City. Air conditionand POLICE OFFICER A FIREMAN SPECTOR: 451574. H.S.

FOR SALE FOR SALE heat, partly furnished, : $409$497.POLICE plus 1ft yrs. exper. testing

3 Bedrooms Seller FOR SALE upstairs, carport. 2 entrances. CADET: High School and verifying or repairing and
Pays
| 84th SU 5; Closing Costs Nice model Call Carey's Rental Agency graduate, 18 through 20. adjusting mechanical measuring -
duplex
o NW deloa 3 bedroom, 2 bath, in heart of ,CBS, turn' 3713622. devices.
\ Like new k Manor Park Tile roof, car- $350 down, live rent free- ,AUTOMATIVE EQUIPMENT

,rs, garage only $.11,300I. port. Jalousie window, awn- Comer NW 86th Tern and I Opa-locka area. '2 bedroom, OPERATOR: 322371.. 8th LABORER: $$265-9279.. Over
Hal. $350 down or.$200 vets 1 ings. "'Owner 23rd Ave. Owner 6916293.; 21. Physical examination no
Ben-Kori Realtor will make this unfurn. $18; bedroom turn:grade, plus one yr. exper. ,
|A terms. 'house like new and its ; ,Vhelled written exam.POLICEWOMAN.
on 52nd I light and water. $24. Call Mick operating 6 or' more
\ NW 60th St., anytime 751-' St. near Seller Pays Closing
15th Ave. price only Costs ins Rental agency, 681-8213. automative equipment. : $409-497
3. $13,200 with $400 down and 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS on I Indef Age: 21-29.

$80 month. Life Realty, Broker large comer lot, Fla room, AUTOMATIVE EQUIPMENT
No Qualify 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9- carport, jalousie windows, OPERATOR D: $354$409.8th TYPIST CLERK: 4$265-$377.

NW 84th. SU .Lovely 3, 4371., ,Open. Sundays.. awnings, large modern kit- 3 bedroom furn. house, wall: grade, plus two yrs. oxper.'k U.S. graduate', ,', typing. test.
Jroora Fla rout tnove in; chen. A break at $13,000 with I to wall .carpet, Fla room, solar -:': operating ,automotive, ,equip-, (40 wpm). j
[00 down, $92 month pays Seller Pays Closing Costs $400 down and 78.80 month., heater, elec. k itchen,I'6tent such as large dump truck,' U.S.. Citizens Only r:

Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 3 bedroom CBS on lots. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Adults. No pets. $110 month. moving van, road oiler and For further information con-

60th St., anytime, 751- Large garage with workshop, 7th Ave. PI 94371. Open 564 NW 51 St. 754-9450. roller, trailer crane truck, tact Miami Civil Service of-

143. large front porch,large kitchen, evenings and Sundays. --- etc. fiqe at 3318 Pan American

appliances. Price only $13,000 Apt 2 bed. completely unfurn. COMMUNICATIONS TECH Drive.

2 Homes custom built with $400 down and $84 mo. Seller pays Closing Costs $14 wk, plus utilities, 5238 NICIAN: $451-$574. U.S. graduate ,Lady 21 to 40, neat in ap-
( 2
extra large bath for those who Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Modern, 2 bedroom, CBS, ja- NW 24th Ct. 754-2605. or 4 year radio communication pearance, high school educa-

oom, 2 entertain, plus 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open louise windows, carport, large I course, 2nd class tion, for permanent work in.
a 1 Large 1 Broom
e to rearhouse, ideal for eves, Sundays. porch, appliances, near NW apt., Fla FCC license. Two yrs. experience men's shop; various duties,

droom. completely fenced 79th St. Bargain at $10,50C(t room, nicley fum., $85 month. maintenance of radio includ. sale, stock, work, etc
Inlaws total., FHA terms Seller Pays closing Costs with $250 down and $64.11 mo., Phone 757-0177. transmitting and receiving no expert required. Must have
,
8,000 Drive by for Like new 3 .bedroom CBS in Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW equipment. Able to climb an- recent local ref. For: interview

th $23.000 call Bunche Park.Awning windows, 7th Ave.. PL 94371. Open Beautiful 2 bedroom house, tennaes. send resume in own
Ben-KorIRealtor
Iress large yardfr'eshly painted in eves and Sundays. fully fenced. 1121 NW 64th St. ENGINEERING CLERK: $306- handwriting and snap shot

ytime, 751-2243. side and out. Price only ----- Rent monthly or two weeks to $390 H. S. plus one yr.exper. (not returnable) to Miami
$9.500 With SlOn down And outstanding clerical work related to Times.
persons, phone
Duplex
$5-month. Key at Life Realty 759-0707. engineering or construction. -
FOR
is good special, drive RENT
a Live
at
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. -- HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC In maid,own room, bath,
1919 NW 90th SU 2/1 and PL 9-4371. Nice 1 bedroom apt. Liberty r
Open Sundays and TV good salary. Ref. 947-
U.S.
: 409522. -
h 1, ideal for mother-in-law, evenings. Rental Agency, 2020 NW 62 St Nice 1 bedroom duplex with graduate 4003.

5,800. FHA terms, to see i _____=--"" -- Call 633-7809. $17.50. Fla porch. $20 wk. unfum. over 25. Five yrs ex

El! Ben-Korir Realtor, anyme Seller Pays Closing Costs adults only, near 84th St. & per.repair as automotive of heavy equipment.mechanicand KINDERGARTENIf

| 751-2243. Like new CBS,duplex in Allapattah Partly furn. 2 bedroom duplex. NW 18th Ave. 751-2243. you want your child to

3 area,large patio with '$22. Liberty Rental Agency. _I MAINTENANCE REPAIRMAN have an interesting summer}
Bedrooms 2020 NW '62nd St. Call.633-,Cottage apt. Completely turn call: 634-2306 'or
awning, jalousie windows, : $322-$409 U.S. plus. 6354831.
bath, lovely corner beauty, 7809. and utilities. only $25 a Planned
Spanish tile floors, appliances j Men one yr. exper. building or outings, free snacks,
hly 13,500 total. FHA terms Price only $11,800 with $400 week. PL 8-4925, 1012 NW mechanical trades.MECHANIC'S free transportation. hot meals.,
J> see call Ben-Kori, Realtor, Nice large CBS efficiency. 75th St.
down and $88 month all.
|12 NW 50th St. Phone any- pays $15. Free electric and water. HELPER: $322- CAB DRIVERS. APPLYat
Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW
Ifflo 751-2243. Liberty Rental Agency. 2020 TRADE? $409. H.S plus one yr. expert Society Cab office, 269 NW
7th AvePL 9-4371. Open
-- NW 62nd St. Gall 633-7809. I will trade my four CBS mechanic's helper or service 21st St.

Homes in Richmond Heights. sum ys. -- units for your home. FR 3- ,station attendant.,

100 down and up. MarDanssoc. 1 bedroom house. 16. Liberty 7973 or 444-8004. MAftAAMMMIMMMMIWCBS

Realtors, HI 5-2557, Seller Pays Closing costs Rental Agency. 2020 NW

ives, 0. Demeritte, CB 5- We have 2 homes in the Manor 62nd St. Call 633-7809. Spend your vacation wisely, HOMES

488. Park area that you can buy learn to play the piano. 635-
$100 $250 DOWN
with $500 down and move rightin. Nice 1 bedroom CBS duplex. 6737. -

[louse. Corner lot. 2 bedrooms, Both have 2 bedrooms, car- $19, Liberty Rental Agency. NO CLOSING COSTS

living room, dining room, port, jalousie windows, awn- 2020 NW 62nd St. Call 633- LOST AND FOUND
Kitchen, Fla room, connecting ings and are nicely located. 7809. Mixed German about 1 year 2444 NW 80 STREET $14.43

tility room, 10'x20', central old,shephard found.Owner may
one on NW 40th St., the otheron 2250 NW 81 TERRACE $11.30
eating, solar heater with 46th St. Family of three desires de- claim same by identifying at
NW
oster, FHA. Louis West- luxe furn. home to rent. 751- 1381 NW 67th St. Fred Nooks.HELP 2020 NW 04 STREET 3 BEDROOM
]Keys ,at Life Realty, Broker, .. .j
ook at 4746' NW 10th Ave. ? 6992. -; -
NW STREET $66.29
2035 86
4932 NW 7th Avenue. PL 9- 1 -

CBS Duplex, only $400 down 4371. Open evenings, Sundays. 1&2 bedroom furn. duplex. WANTED 2334 NW 94 STREET 3 BEDROOM
.. ....
$76 month- 1 mortgage, 2 nice- --- $23 & $25 -
apts. on large fenced yard, South Miami. 6601 SW 62 Ct,, Terr. Dixie Rental Agency. while you learn to be a beau-

near everything, good income $9,000 total. $200 down,, 3206 NW 17th Ave. 6332429. tician. Day or night classes. 1772 NW 82 STREET $11.30

property or home and Freshly painted Big 100'xl25 Juen 24 International Beauty School, 2431 NW 95 TERRACE NO QUALIFY
ncome, live rent free. Call lot. Owner: 373-3304. 221-7411 or 757-9515. Jul29 ,
ow. 754-0483. E. Harry -- Fum. 1 bedroom apt. $22 wk. ---- I I 2010 NW 96 STREET 3 BEDROOM,

Denny, Tip Top ,Realtors, $495 down repossession bar include light, gas, hot and Barber wanted at Roy's'lBarber OPEN KITES AND SUNDAYS
---- gain, no qualifying,move right cold water and waste remover. Shop, 6349 NW 7th :

Open Sunday 3-6 p.m. in, like new 3 bedroom, Fla 688-3225 after 5 p.m. Ave. Phone 751-9112. :

[1215 NW 86th St. 3 bedroom, room, oak floors, city water. Indf. t BISCAYNE REALTY INC
air conditioned, wall to wall 1849 NW 152nd St. JE 1-6902. 987 SW 24th Ave. furn. or un- i tt tI t ,
fum. 1 bedroom (4 rooms) I Broker
arpet, awnings, nice large Rtg. R.E.
lot $14 wk. 653 NW 27th St. HI
near everything, $250 down.
$100
Anyone. Vets or
HOMES FOR SALE NW
down, $69 month, one mort- non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 4-8004, 373-7973 or Mr. Mana- 1094 NW 54 STREET i

age. Hurry, this won't last. bedroom CBS homes like new. no, 373-8416. 2 CBS homes, 1360 and 75309EDISON
Call now 754-0483. E. Harry Only $100 down and from $63 1364 NW 46th Street.
enny, Tip Top Realtors. month pays all. One (1) mor Furn. 1 bed. duplex. 1448 NW Across from Allopottoh
39th St. Call PL 1-0769. $20
Elementary. Total
tgage. Call now to see these price
Open Sat. & Sun 3 to 6 p.m. beautiful homes today. E. wk. $12,900Owner

361 NW '207th St. New Li- Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip Rooms-- 373-8369
6222 NW 22nd Ct. W.
erty city area, 3 bedroom, Top Realty, 754-0483.
-BS, like new, $100 down, F. Williams, rooming house. Or

"'56. One mortgage, near new Large lot NW 87th street. June 24 271-5733 Specials

chool and stores, nice cor- Approximately 80'x 147' in the --- I
'er lot. with large patio. Callow best NW area of beautiful House. 3 bedrooms, living '

754-0483. E. Harry Denny homes. Priced to sell quickly. room, dining room,kitchen and
r'P' Top Realtors. 4250. Hurry call now E. 1 bath. Large fenced in yard. 1. Exceptionally nice CBS home, tll. roof, Fla
Call 696-4045 after 7 p.m. WANTED plus enclosed month
-- Harry Dsnny, Realtor, Tip room, rear porch. $78.54
Itouse. For sale by owner, 2 Top Realtor, 7540483. Any Hotel, Apartment or FHA. No closing cost.
edroom dining room, Fla Room for Christian, settled Horn That Need Painting

loom, double garage, awnings, $79 a month pays all. CBS lady, pay weekly or monthly. How many building and 2. Near Edison High. 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof.

dutifully landscaped. Seeo large fenced yard, with a big 751-7732. homes have a damp and $250 down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot.
due witer
mildew order to
[ appreciate. 757-6507. bar-be-q on NW 84th Terr.
1 bedroom CBS, effcy. ft bath. eepoye through their wall*. month everything. CBS tile roof fenced
Carpet, drapes, no qualifying Throughout the nation, with 3. $73 pays ,
[498 NW. 58th SU Duplex 1 for this nice 3 bedroom home. Air cond. patio, furnished 35 years experience STRU C* yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No closing
ide, 2 bedroom bathlarge Call now E. Harry Denny, Adults only. No pets, 1352 TURAL WATER PROOF. cost.
Pining' and living room com- 754-0483. Tip Top Realtors. NW 52nd St. $28 wk. Phone ING CORP protoefs your

Pned, large kitchen. Other 757-7255. building Inveitments of
No home
ide American Industry and homeowners 4. qualifying. Lovely fenced yard
bath.large bedroom, kitchen' 3070 NW 51 St. near bus Room in private home for a with their unique Patio, well, prsprinkler, Fla room, FHA,
OX 1-0304. June 24. line, CBS, 2 ,bedroom house,
neat, clean working lady; method in waterproofing. Mortgage already placed.
dining room, bath, ktichen, Phone 691-0425. This application cost Is so
acrifice sale, full equipped living room,'appliances, nice low, It la worth discus-'
ar with --- 5. Need a church? Near 37th Street. lots, street
large kitchen and lawn, reasonable price. 691- It will not crack,
Phone sing.
ear barbecue. Call owner 5398. Fum. 3 bedroom apt. peel or chip, can be applied to street (one vacant). Other lots with 2 story

h 4-9477. -_._--- 754-0977. on every type ot construe '. and formerly. used as a church. $7400 total.
lion such as CBS, stucco, .
1 bedroom duplex, w/ porch couple or two males to T.rsit.
Pen Room, wood, metal, etc. Carries a
W Sunday, 1-5 p.m. 2310 4009-4011 NW 24th Ct. 2-car share, private reasonable, 5 year guarant. Please
odern 141 st. CBS, 3 bedroom, garage large wash house,call 754-0024. call 532-2231 as soon as WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
$250 down, $61 mo. partly fum. $13,500. By owner -- po..lble.vi appointmentwill TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.
'Sanders 238-3604. Greater Low down payment. Nice room in private home for be arranged to see
a10i Realty, HI 46133. gentleman, no cooking, 5950 your property without ob- YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

-- Seller Pays Closing Costs NW 9th Ave. ligation. All types of $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
.
[Seller pays Closing Costs Neat 2 bedroom, CBS, across financing available DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY

Dutiful CBS, tile roof, Fla from school, bus, shopping, Cottage. 1558 NW 49th St., 1 STRUCTURAL
om, carport, jalousie win- enclosed front porch, tile bedroom cottage, unfum. or WATERPROFFING CORP.

O W*. appliances, front porch.ICe roof, carport, awnings, appli- weekly $20, only three per- 940 Lincoln Miami,RoadRm208 Beach EDISON REALTY Realtors
only $12,500 with $400 ances. Price $11,500 with sons, open daily from 9 a.m. ,
own and $250 down and $64.58 mo. at next door. 532-2231
$75.67 month. Key to 6 p.m. Key
I1 Life Realty, Broker, 4932 Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW Mrs. Curman, .call evenings ", (Att. L. J. Wilde) 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441 ,
lw 7th Ave. PL 94371.Pen 7th Ave. PL 94371Open Betty Gross, III 8=2824, Mr. ,

evenings and Sundays. evenings and Sundays. Gross daily 444-6126. I ,
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pot pourriBy AROUND,/\ THIS BAHAMAS 4 tya '

\
Bethshebo E. Dean .
S" Mrs. Ulysses Davis, 59,, been appointed assistant di- I :"
and mother of 11 children was 1 rector-coordinator of sales tot
----------- ,\III; I\\i\l\'I"o\\ .,.,i named Mother of the Year a Freeport Homes Ltd., in the o ..1 '1
Summer Is meant to be a time of rest and fun, a Mother's Day program at management of the new town ",,1'. ; ,
however, it is for many students time of disaster and the Southern Recreational of Hawskbill. Mr. Hepburn is ',I ; '
trouble. It is a time for fighting, stealing and getting Grounds. She was preSenteewith 1 a native of Eight Mile Rock, ;:
\ a gift and a bouquet by Grand Bahama, and has had a
involved in crime and other disturbances within the
fol:
\ community.By Miss Elizabeth Thompson.She deal of experience in'the : "I'I i i'I
is a daughter of Mrs. building trade. He Is veteran :
attending classes during school we our
occupy
Elizabeth linker and the of world War II. :
time with lesson both during school hours and some- late Fred Tinker. Her hus- *,* ,t,;" ,. ;
times after school.We band is a prominent building Harvey Lincoln Smith, retired (....(.,,1 ,'.".".nlll..101: ,.'" I, {l<\
tend to get in trouble more often during this contractor and :is also papal deputy director of Tele- ') t.itr.\\\,': ,, '
time of year. 'With'nothing;to -do, or by not finding Knight of st. Gregory. communicatiosn, died at his 1, ,r1': 1p }!.,d' ....:'\.
something worthwhile to do, we begin lounging in the Similar presentations were home in Regency Park on
streets and participating in unworthy activities.Not made to Mrs. Charlotte Brown, May ::.. He was 50. Survivorsare { {',." fj\...: ,
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having a job and seeing things we want can 123th';, oldest mother. Other hi s wife, Doris; four sons, r ..:)' _
also lead to trouble' Although we know it is wrong to mothers honored were Mrs. W. Charles, Terrence, Michaeland .* )11P
S. Coakley, president of the Lawrence; four daughters, .. .....
move others belongings, we still desire to have them. Bahamas -. .p. .MAII:4
Mother's Club; Mrs.
Instead of without these let weak Claire, Diana, Anne and ., .,, .,
doing things, we our Minerva Donaldson, Mrs. Ara- "!I n.
Charlene; two grandchildren;
t.f.M IfIIJll
side urge us to move someone else's belongings. We bella Seymour, 99, and the his father,retired Commissioner .. ---... -
make excuses as "just this once won't hurt" or "he youngest mother in the club, Anthony Smith and a sister ... ..
wouldn't need this anyway." However, moving little Mrs. Maria Johnson. Mrs. Lilith Glover.
things and not being caught at first build up more * *

determination in us to move large and more valuable Twenty-year-old Sandra Alpheus Emmanuel Duncan,
things. We will constantly move the goods that we Jarrett was crowned Miss 61. vice president of the Colony -

desire without money, or bargain. This will soon be- Bahamas 1966 in the finals of Taxi Cab Association, "
come habitual and bring disgrace and embarrassmen the Bahamas Beauty Contestat and owner of the Excelsior # _.. .,
Paradise Island on May 7. Tours Ltd., died at his --
to'our families and ourselves.
First place runner-up was Chippingham home May 9. His Carol Yvonne Wright, the School, and she has done sum-
Sometimes having nothing to do lead us toward Miss Jeannie Russell; third survivors are his_ wife Vera; 13-year-old daughter of Mr.mer study at the University of

I the wrong direction. We begin mingling with the wrong Miss Violet Miller; and fourth, one son, Randolph,two daughters and Mrs. Willie J. Wright, I, Wisconsin Laboratory. Just
campanions. Later when we try to get away from the Miss Antionette Moseley. Mrs. Mizpah Tertullien had a successful school term, recently, Carol received honors
crowd, it will be too late. Of course, there is nothing Miss,. Jarrett was crowned by of Candad, and Mrs. Cynthia for 1965-66. at the Annual Piano
,, .wrong with going out with the crowd just once.However, Miss Janet Thompson, Miss Williams of Nassau, and one As a ninth grader at Glades Recital sponsored by the Miami
this can be an influence on us' and we'wUh ontinue to: Bahamas of 1965. The affair grandson. Junior High School, Carol won Conservatory of Music. She is
convince ourselves that there is nothing wrong with, was attended by more than many honors. She displays a piano student of Mrs. C.

having fun. When our parents or other adults are in- 500 spectators. Mrs. Agnes Fernander, who here an award for "Superior" Maddrm.

..formed of the activities in which we have.indulged, it received letters of congratu- work in science, and another Carol's math science favorite and subjects
lations from the and are home
Queen award for outstanding work in
is too late, and we will be reluctant to drop the crowdor Recent promotions in the economics. She enjoys sewing
the Governor on her 100th forensics. She has also won a
the group. Usually, such crowds come to an end; Bahamas Police Department birthday, April 18, died on beautiful trophy for outstanding and makes most of her clothes.
and, when the time comes for punishment no one will moved Supt. Salathiel Thompson May 9. She is survived by one achievements in home She is a member of Girl Scout

remember'that we, were forced to join up. from Superintendent of son, Osmund; four, daughters, economics. She is a member Troop 405., and worships at
Stay away from gangs. Gangs can be dangerous or New Providence to, Supt. of Mrs. Effie Roberts, Mrs. Evelyn -of the National Honor Society.Mt.. Zioq Baptist Church. She
even detrimental. When you join with a gang, it will be the Criminal Investigation LJghtbourne, Miss Agnes This young I lady is a product is also one of the Sigma Gamma
one of your main responsibilities to help the other Department. Supt. John Craw- Fernander and Miss Ismae of Jackson's Toddle Inn, Rho Sorority's Buds of
ley, head of the New Provi-
members involved in fights, crimes, etc. Everyone will dence Traffic Dept., has Fernander, eight grandchildren Rainbow Park Elementary Spring.

be protecting himself with the use of knives, guns o r ptken over as Supt. of New and 11 great-grand children. -

other weapons available. Both you and the enemies rovidence; Deputy Supt. rw
will be using these weapons. You may get the ,scar of Gerald Bartlett of the Mobile
Samuel Murray, 66, was AUTO INSURANCECheck
your life or ailment forever from a gang fight. Division, is now head of New given an 18-months prison
Remember it is your responsibility to make this Providence's Traffic Department sentence in the Supreme Court our new, lower rate and easy financing
part of the year a most wonderful one. You can only d 0 ; Deputy Supt. Fred Wil- May 11 for shooting James IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING
this by staying out of trouble. son, second in command of Evans on 'Jan. 29. His- age and Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
Mobile division liar
become
previously good record were
its head. D. Goodman and Son Inc.
considered; but in passing ,
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sentence, the judge said, "Insurance, Real Ectate, Mortgage"
929 NW 49 STREET Cecil Hepburn labor
,
40. "Firing a revolver at a per- Business member All People Democratic Club
2 bedroom, CBS, fla room, oak doors, best relations Bahama officer with Grand son must always be regardedas 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
port Authority, has
area. $500 down. a serious offense."
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1904 NW 90 STREET

2 bedroom, CBS, large room, lovely yard, nice' .
area. $350 down Owner 758.8749' "
Carver ( SOUTH Call

1162 NW 152 STREETTile p:
DADE NEWSAn r
roof, CBS, fenced, awnings, $350 down, low Ranches CHARLESROGERS
payments. Owner 7588749. t,
,. News appreciation
I DOWN programwas
$350.. ,, .. -I presented ,during the 11''\
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No closing cost, 339' NW 39th Street. 2 bedroom, -'&y Walter Bow. a.m. service at Mt. Moriah

CBS, large porch, oak floors, OWNER WILL Barbara Welcome and Baptist Church on Sunday' At
FURNISH FREE (new at no extra cost) Billy Alvoid Robinson will be 8 p.m. the pastor preached from AT PL 17502For
married Friday, June 17 at 8 Matt. 8:24.: "There arose a
2050 NW 96 STREETLike p.m. at Mt. Zion AME Church, storm." Subject. 'Wake up
West Hollywood, Rev. W. T. Jesus." A very touching ser- A Good Buy on
new, CBS, carport, awnings, tile roof, Grant performing the cermony. mon was preached and one was
oak floors, $73. month. The bride to be is the added to the church by Chris-

NO QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN daughter of Mrs.Mildred James tian experience.SICK A Piano, Organ
,
and Billy is the son of Mr. and
168 NW 41 STREET Mrs. Walter Robinson, both of : Mrs. Ella B. Long,
2 bedrooms, CBS, carport, porch oak floors, West Hollywood. The recep- Mrs. Sylvia Williams and Scott Stereoor
$400 down. tion will be at the bride's Olivia Williams are at Baptist
home. Hospital; Kary Russell is at Orchestra
Jackson Memorial Hospital.Mrs. .
The Gay Ladies are !thanking -
all who attended their Georgia M. Cooper, Instruments
AETNA REALTY dance last Saturday night at newly elected president of
the Big Bamboo Club in Hallan- the R. R. Moton ElementaryPTA
9120 NW 16 AVENUE dale. will be leaving Friday,

'CBS, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, Fla room, June 17, for Memphis, Tenn.,
screened patio, built-in kitchen, dishwasher, The VFW Post No. 8195 to attend the National/ Con-
:: will hold its regular meeting gress of Parents and Teachers -
FHA $17,000. No closing costs. $101.94 monthly,
i only.$700 down. Be 'first..See Right Howl Sunday forget June the 19 Saturday at 5:30: night p.m.Don't Accompanying Association their Convention.mother

: sale at the Post. June 18 will be Skippy and ,Michelle
\i' 1 1101 NW 85 STREET from 9 until? Folia Boyd, Cooper.While in Memphis,the

\, Custom, CBS, tile roof, 2 bedroom, garage, No commander; Charles Hart, Coopers will be the house-
t qualifying. $14,800 total. $100 monthly. Lowlow adjutant; W. A. Bowe, quarter- guests of the Howard Mont-

.. down payment. You can move, in ,today. Call nowl! master. gomery's.
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t; : 9001 NW 16 AVENUE
tF I
I A CBS, 2 bedroom, carport, tile roof, oak floors,
t sprinkler system, FHA $12,300, ands closing cost Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
; only $400 down. $74.43 monthly. A Real Jewel.
.w See todayll "MR. JACK" w

: WE HAVE OTHERS FOR
STYLES FOR ALL AGES
VICTOR
J PIANOS & ORGANSCorner
Th. Very Ut..t b Men* Fatlileaa

: AETNA REALTYBROKER) SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS NW54ri St. & HW 3rd Ave. PL 1.7503
't 811 NW 54 STREET 151-5124 ITALIAN SHOES Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. Miami FR 7-0401

1 !J OPEN 'SA T. & SUN. 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida In Broward Call JA 2.5131 or visit
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THE.MIAMI TIMES,: Friday, June.: 17"; '1966 23

earing e with......... RHODRIQUEZ-EDWARDS
//I Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Ed-
i wards announce the marriage
of their daughter, Earlynn
Joy,to Charles D. Rhodriquez.
The bride attended Doylan-
Haven Mather Academy Camden -
D. C. and graduated from
Miami Northwestern.She plansto
study at Clark College
Atlanta, Oat
BY HARRY SPEAR The bridegroom is the son
of Mrs. Emma Summersett and
IG WEEK AT THE MIAMI STADIUMOn Mr. Reginald Rhodriquez. He
la a graduate of Miami North-
Thursday, June 16, when the Marlins play western and attended Dade
rlando, Leroy (Satchel) Paige, the eternal pitcher, Junior College.He presently -
to Miami Stadium: to serving with the US Air
,,!U return pitch a two inning
Force, stationed in Oregon.
the Orlando Twins.
xhibition against Paige claimse
will be making his 20th annual farewell appearance
.
11 some 50 years playing baseball. He is currently on CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN
our of southeastern cities and maintains he is sharps
s despite age. Estimates ranging from the 50's
o 70's. Game time is 7:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, Mar- SMl'N.W. 17TH AVENUE
ins Daytona 7:30: p.m. This same nite, Max Patkin, CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
lown prince of baseball will perfrom his clowninguring HOT LUNCHES
the game. Just the one price of admission. Sat- PICK-UP; SERVICE
rday night, June 18, it will be Dairy night at the United Educators Life Insurance Co. of Florida agents gathered in Miami re- Register. now to secure e
adium. The annual Dade County Cow-milking Cham- cently when U. E. L. held Open House for the company's new Home Office in Miami. place for the fall term.
ionship. Defending champs County Commissioner Joe Left to right: Charles Asch, Bobby Thompson, Charles Jones and Harold Lee-all of S9'-1196 OR 696-3302
oyd in the VIP Division and Jim Hardie, Miami Daily Tampa and Fred R. Lowe, vice president and director of underwriting for U.E.L '
Thompson and Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.
Jones are Florida's first Negro million dollar producers.
News Sports writer in the press, radio and TV divi-
sion. The contest starts at 7 p.m. Willie pastrano -- -- -

will lead the parade of milkers and cows onto the

field. This Dairy night is part of the dairy month ...i.td GALA OPENING
I. celebration. Last year 14,447 attended. Tickets for this
i f event can be picked up at all supermarkets and gro- > ,'
; MIDNIGHT JUNE 18
:
cery stores. J 1
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Ii i A GOOD SPORT ..

'J. Manny De Castro, known throughout the sporting ."

world as "Mr. Sport" who works as a juvenile special ALAN AT THE
s officer and works also for Bill Mirenda, presidentof ; ROCK'S 3ZZVi Re SEVILLE
the Marlins attended the City Commission meeting ,
,
" this week and presented Mayor Robert King High, _
t Dave Kennedy, Steve Clark, Irwin Christie with cigars _
,t and souvenirs which were accepted with the greatest
" appreciation. He also presented Commissioner Athalie
In Person
:P Range with a beautiful initialed handkerchief. He LIVE ON THE.AIR JOHN THOMAS
also takes care of the Times staff with some very fine Interviews QUARTET
cigars. with the Stars featuring
Radio Station IRA SULLIVAN
Your sports editor regrets to record the death of .Zi WMBM 1490on Argo,Vie jay
Red Cameron, who was a popular UM football player, i w ALAN the ROCK dial! spins Recording Artist
and former fighter. I talked with Red in his office the the best of jazz!
same morning of his death. r

.. .. Open
THE FORGOTTEN MAN 20PM'5 AM
'Corneas you are'
Attending the football luncheon at the DuPont evilie Informality Always
pro POPS ARE TOPS And it takes Father's Day to
Plaza Hotel last year, Dr. King Stanford, Mitchell really prove the point. Clarence Watts gets a box of Ocean at 29* Street
Wolfson, U of Miami brass, etc Joe Abram had cigars and the royal treatment from his wife, Roslynand
Mayor Robert King High to MC. The affair woke up their two-year-old son, Mark. On Father's Day remember -
Miami in bringing pro football here. Joe sold Bob Highon the grandest guy in the world.
the value of publicity and attraction the pro foot .
ball would be in the Miami area. The city of Miami is- I
sued Joe Abram a bronze plaque which reads as fol-
lows: "To Joe Abram for his efforts in helping to Why' Not Have
encourage professional football for our community." \
This plaque was presented by the city of Miami Com- ,
mission December 1965. Joe is president of Gesu
Ushers of Miami and came here in 1935 as a PR man
and later a publisher. He, like Robbie and Thomas, is
Lebanese. Why is Joe Abram: publisher, sportsman,
who really brought pro footbull to Miami,.been left offas .
a consultant? I attendel the PR football luncheon AI
attended by over 165 U qf Miami Orange Bowl and A! / Delivered to Your homer
other leaders that really cinched pro football for I
Miami.
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Bob Ferguson Willie West per copy

The Miami Dolphins this week added the name of

illie West to the list of players who have signedheIr Jrr.. .. ............... ... .. ....s.............. ....... s................
| 1966 contracts. West is a 5'10", 187 pound defensive .
back acquired by the Dolphins from the New ( ) 1 YEAR: -$5.00 ( J 6 -$3.00

ork Jets In the AFL'Draft. In addition to his experi- Moll the Miami Times every week to :
ce with the Jets, he has also played with Denver, In -
nffalo and the St. Louis Cardinals. The 27-year-old Fill NAME-
est was an All-Pacific halfback for Oregon in his
llegiate days. In 1957, he played on a conference and
Btnpionship team. West makes his home in Los
|ng les, California.Bob : ADDRESS

Ferguson, offensive tackle, North Carolina Mail

I liege 6-3, 235, 24 years old, from Durham, North ." :
0DA e
olin a played tight end in college but will be ackle T CITY STATE ZIP CODe ___ '

candidate with the Dolphins. Check ( ) Money Order ( ) for $...........1.I enclosed
Referred to by former Coach James jimmy) Ste- 7................it......1.1.1.1.1 I'11.1....II II../.....................1.1 II I I'..
js.as an "all-round performer Ferguson is speedy

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, June 17, 1966
l"IIII.. 'l'-..'''''_''''''' 2 ANNIVERSARY They are the proud parentsof
of eight children, 37 arand-
..-: and MrS. William H. children and one great grand
msumurn # Rolle of 2030 NW 67th Street child. A warm family recep-
tNt y 4, / k >; will celebrate their 50th don will be held.
h & r. "w .u Golden Wedding Anniversary.John.
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than 150 members of the President's Clubof offers the all-expense paid trip to Miami Beach as the 4.tjjjtrto
coveted award.
North Carolina Mutual Life insurance Company and
their families arrived in Miami Tuesday morning by Other convention guests arrived by plane to join
special train to attend a four-day fun-filled convention President and Mrs. A. T. Spaulding in boat rides,

I '11 at the Seville Hotel on Miami Beach. sight-seeing tours, swimming, dancing and shoppingon
Lincoln: Road Mall.. The group will remain through
The convention is the culmination of a sales Saturday and reboard their train Saturday night for : Is4$
contest sponsored by the agency department which the trip back home Adamsfoto. .

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e-d-e-t-o-r, e-d-i-t-a-r- the whom apples cannot reach
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rt I laughter pressman Integrated and ministers who can practice .
neighborhood white family what they preach ( y ;4I g.p
''I ) that 'aint' the rest Negro, or is it Warning to Mississippi j I 1&6'V.
;r.,' the reverse? People like- marchers-Do not cross white
who lie when little knowledge scorch
by "OSKAR" -- lawyers can lines If a *OttCO CII WMt
I it I'm at stake, judges who are can be a danderous thing,
whom consume
To may
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