The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00422

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Vol. 43, No. '44 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1966 20 PAGES 154
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Opa-Iocka babies Marshall Gallimore, the I the bed. Maybe one of the

Service Station Holdup MenOrmand were killed Saturday nightby childrens' father, of 14335 I children had been playing

fire set off by warm laun- NW 22nd Ave., washed and with it."My.
dried fourloads of clothes ata husband had just
"- dry piled on a can of hairspray
Garfield Sampson, nard said. For this
I coin laundry and put themon been to the laundromatit'sonly
a service station attendant, the receipts are usually police said.Fourmonthold. a bed in the babies' room- across the street," 'she

was shot and killed Monday picked: up during the night. Paul Galli- on top of the hair spray, said. "He came home and

night in an apparent holdup. Sampson was the fourth more was dead when he was police said. The clothes were put the wash there on the
The 56-year-old man whose >: child of the late Rev. and pulled out of a smashed win- still hot from the dryer. i I bed. He didn't know anythingwas

address was 1019 NW 75th St., Mrs. S. A. Sampson, pioneer dow by a neighbor, and his Mrs. Gallimore reportedlysaid on the bed. The childrenwere
was shot once in the left leaders of this city. brother, Joseph, 15 months "I hadn't even used already asleep. Then he
chest at 11:30 p.m. He diedon He distinguished himselfas old, and sleeping in a crib in the spray on my hair beforeI and
the living room
out to
the apron of Thoni's Ser- a baseball champion at the same room,died on the wayto went to work that, night.I I came
vice Station, 2433 NW 54th St. i Florida A&M University and a hospital. I don't know how it got on (Continued on page 15)i'
Sampson still had $144 of Florida Memorial College du-

the station's money, Metro ring the late twenties, and
homicide detective said. They won national fame. During
surmized that the holdup manor World War Ihe was one of the NEA Demands Teachers
first to be drafted in the state
men became frightened andl I
fled the scene. of Illinois.
The shot was heard by He is survived by two sisters -
Dr. I. G. Pratt and Mrs. Or Be Excluded
neighbors who called the 1 Integrate
police. Detective Sgt. Art I Gladys Young; one brother,
Cleveland Sampson, a sister-
Leonard said a witness who -
pulled into the station for in-law, Mrs. Addie Sampson, The National Education There are separate white solutions committee. It was

gas, saw a car speed off and and a number of nieces, Association was directed Mon- and Negro organizations in offered by an Alabama delegate -

then the victim laying on his nephews and others. day by the 825,000 member 10 states. Two years ago, and seconded by one
back near the Funeral services will be Department of Classroom the representative assemblyof from Washington.The .
The station pumps., which is held Saturday, July 2, 2 p.m., Teachers to exclude segre- the NEA directed the amendment says the
all night, has been holdup open at Mt. Olivette Baptist gated state affiliates ''if theydon't dual-organization states to executive shall decide by

many times before, Sgt. Leo. Son of Pioneer Family Home Church in, charge.Stevens Funeral start integrating by present plans for joining, Sept."disaffiliate"30 whether to suspendor
next June. forces' by Friday of this week, any state
the last day of this year's organization; that has nOl pre-
sented satisfactory plans for

I Housing Alone Cannot Cure Social Ills, NEA CTDmembers Convention.are expectedto joining groups in the white state.It and. Negro

I present the same resolution also provides that plans

when the must start the joining process
parent group considers -
,Miami Housing Authority of action is even good housing alone, i is, .".
concentrated in a small housing range plan urgent. resolutions\ at the by June 1, 1967. After that
Director Haley Sofge said ina area and "invisible"over He said it, 4aow..4m--' not the solution," he said.
.,Miami Beach Convention Hall. date, it says, "no affiliation
r letter to CoCmty Manager the years, have suddenly pkssible to determine how '"What has,taken years and t 1 Thursday morning. will be continued or' authorlzed" -
Porter Homer that the prob- been brought to the atten- many members of the families complexity of social con which
lems of hard core, longtime tion of the public by the im- facing relocation are chroni- ditions to build up will take i Introduced from the floor, have not for compiled.state groups
slum families displaced by cally unemployed, illiterate and a coordination oi f resolution passed after more
minence of the bulldozers," years than an hour of parliamentary About 10,000 visitors came
expressway and urban renewal Sofge '. wrote. or alcoholic. Beach for the
(Continued on back ) maneuvering. It was an amend- to Miami con-
bulldozers can't be solved by He' called for "immediate "That they are all dis- page held at Convention
to the resolution on
simply putting them in new community attention" to problems advantaged, we know," he ment associations" Hall. The meeting closes
"unification of dual -
housing. of the relocation effort said.
"Hundreds of families and said in a concerted, long- "Adequate housing, or presented by the re- Friday night.

15,000 AT END f Jax Negroes Make '

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OF MISS. MARCH A ,Jacksonville Mayor LouisH. cinct, hire neighborhood Negroes -

Ritter told Negro leaders as firemen and meter

Friday that the doors of'City readers, hire Negroes at the
Hall are awlays open for con- civic auditorium coliseum
An estimated 15,000 Ne- ended the 22-day march start- guarded by heavily armed federal ferences to resolve racial recreation department head-

I groes, with a few hundred ed by James Meredith witha and local lawmen. problems. quarters and help Negroes
whites, thronged the streetsof big rally in the state ca- Meredith, a Mississippicivil Mayor Ritter said he had train for plumbers and elec-

Jackson, Miss., Sunday and pitol. The grounds were rights hero, and other not received eight demands tricians licenses.
which Rutledge Pearson,
pre- Ritter said that civil ser-
national civil rights leaders,
led the march. sident of the state and local vice tests are open to Negro

Marvin Davies is New The other civil rights branches of the NAACP said applicants.We .
groups reportedly dropped the NEGRO SENATOR? were being sent to the mayor are sorely in need of
I Pearson, at a news con- policemen, both Negro and
NAACP at the last minute Edward W. Brooke, Massa- ference Thursday, listed the white," he said. Maybe we
Florida NAACP DirectorMarvin from the final program on the chusetts'
ground that it did not give attorney general, demands as actions to im- can start a trainee program.
was endorsed by the Republican prove housing, open swimming Two of the city's four
Davies was recently sufficient support to the Convention Saturday to pools, hire Negroes in better swimming pools are open, he
march.A .
appointed NAACP Field run for the U. S. Senate in the city jobs, eliminate a segregated said, and the other two
crowd of militant Student
Director for the State of Flo November election.If Negro police pre- would cost too much to repair.
Nonviolent Coordinating Com-
rida. Prior to this appointment, mittee workers moved in the he is victorious Brooke

he served as Coordinator of vanguard, 20 abreast, singing will be the first Negro toservein
Counseling and Job Development "Black Power as they the U. S. Senate in 85 Negro Voters To Stay
and Placement irf a made the last mile.With years.

U. S. Department of Labor 1 the temperatures in Back in the Reconstruction -

sponsored Rural Manpower the low 90s, and city police year of 1881, Missippi -
Training Project at Florida warming along the route, the sent two Negroes, Hiram K. With High For GovernorNegro
A&M University. marchers made the last eight Revels and B. K. Bruce, to*

miles from Tougalo College the Senate.In .

Manpower Formerly Recruitment Davies served, Selec-as to the capitol without any a single roll call, voters in Dade High leave the meeting.

tion and Referral Officer with serious incidents. Brooke, has 1,485 votes to County are solidly behind Of the 10 or more Negroes
the Florida State Employment Most of the whites watchingnear 215 for J. Alan MacKay, a Democrat candidate Robert in the 98 who were present,
Service the capitol, were just Boston lawyer living in H ing- King High in the November only Charles Lockhart and
in St. Petersburg
spectators, including 50 KKK ham. He is now running for election against Republican Dodd Johnson remained.
where he in the
participated green pants and shirts with the seat to be vacated the Claude Kirk. Among those taking their
recruitment of
and training
end of the by a veteran,
white ties and white year
over 400 disadvantaged youth.In belts. Sen. Leversett SaltonstallR. This was strongly evi- leave were the Rev. Tem-
grate the public schools and "We just came down hereto denced last Thursday when perence Wright, Atty. Henry
make sure these niggers ( Mas.). Fred Rouse campaign chair. Arrington, Kenneth Williams,
junior college.a result of
1963, Davies worked asa Brooke, who is now serving
here for Haydon Bums, Dr.
don't I man E. A. Ward and Sumner
social worker with the Flo-. this protest, he was not re- cause any trouble, .
his second
term as
'invited members of his com Hutcheson.A .
said the leader who identifie
rida state Department of employed. his state's attorney general, ;;mittee to a private luncheonto : of
Davies has had a long record -the group as Black Knights of sampling voter opin-
Public:: Welfare at West Palm of service with the the Green Forest. "If theydon't was re-elected in 1964, by a i I tell them he was working ion around the city shows
Beach where he worked with margin of nearly 800,000 in the i I For Kirk and invited their
we won't. that even the staunchest Bums
chairman of the
Migratory Worker Rehabili- NAACP as election in which President |I help. supporters have no intentionof
tation Program. State Education Committee, Meredith, who started the Johnson and Democratic Senator
and Following cocktails and deserting the Democratic::
Branch Youth Advisor a
During the fall of 1962 22-day march, was woundedon Edward M. Kennedy
lunch Rouse suggested that party to follow the Republican -
while recipient of an NAACP leader- the second
a teacher he led amove- day by gunshotsand carried Massachusetts by
nominee.ff .
ment in Ft. Myers, to inter ship and civil rights award. had to abandon the trek. more than a million votes. I those who wanted" to support



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Upward Bound ProjectTallahassee .I
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A grant of The current program will which will be conducted on
$187,530 has been receivedby I involve 150 11th and 12th the basis on interests indicated
Florida A&M University to i grade high school students by groups of students 2
conduct its second Upward 1 from low income families who selected to take part in the
Bound Project. >appeard to have the capability program. Among the interest'groups I
that have been suggested
Based on a pilot program to succeed in higher educa
initiated and pioneered by Dr. 'tion. These students will be are crafts, painting ,
Clinita A. Ford, director of the Department of Home Economics six-week pr -college program instrumental music, sports
at Florida A&M, the 'during Trimester 3-B. and games, photography and
new Upward Bound Project isa While participating in the amateur elccir nics.

program of the Office of program, these students will While attending the Upward
Economic Opportunity, designed :reside on the campus. Under Bound Project programall "
to motovate non-col Dr. Ford's direction, Mr. students will tentatively
lege bound youth. Dr. Ford is Winifred Stone, coordinator of participate in at least two k :1
again on leave from her
position i counseling and activity program group activities for a periodof !
at FAMU to direct
the is completing arrangements three weeks. The activity
program. ; for the activity program periods will be conducted for _

90 minutes, Monday through -
Friday.A .
Dr. Nabrit follow-up program will Makes Meritorious AwardsThe
be conducted during the 1966-Howard University

67 school year, involving the
same students while they are
pursuing their regular high recipients of the Howard University Alumni Federation Meritorious Awards
Atomic EnergyCommission school courses. According are shown with Federation President Esther G. Pollard (left) and Acting University

to Dr. Ford, itinerant instruc- President Stanton L. Wormley (right) during the organization's recent annual awards
tors and counselors from the banquet. They are (left to right) Judge Theodore 0. Spaulding of the Superior Court
Upward Bound
Project at of Pennsylvania, honored for distinction in the field of law; Dr. Robert L. Smith a
FAMU, cooperating with high
school staffs, will provide dentist and civic leader in West Palm Beach, Fla., for service to his community;

special assistance in workingon Tames S T. (Ted) Chambers, instructor in physical education and varsity coach at
Dr. Samuel M. Nabrit, pres- The appointment was announced a follow-up basis with Howard, for service to the University; and U. S. Export-Import Bank Director
I ident of Texas Southern University in Washington by these students throughout the Hobart Taylor, Jr., for distinction in the field of government.
Houston, has been President Johnson. year.
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of the atomic energy com- sity board of regents to grant
mission. He said he feels him a leave of absence until

race "is unimportant in the June 30, 1970, when AEC
kind of service I have been term expires Nabrit said.

called on to render."I Dr. Nabrit has been called LUCKY TIGER-MONEY
am being appointed by three presidents for his
merely because I am a scien- servive. Former President
tist and an administrator "
Dwight D. Eisenhower ap-
said the 61-year-old prexy. pointed him to a three-year
On the other hand, this term on the National Science
does mean this is another Board in 1956. In 1963 President -
occasion for young Negroesto John F. Kennedy named
see the opportunities for him to a committee to study
upward movement our society the need of publicity sup-
permits." ported institutions of higher 4& .
a >! >S
President of Texas Southern learning in the District of Columbia
University since 1955, Last July President
Nabrit expressed surprise at Johnson placed him on' "a {pp
his appointment to AEC. panel of the White House yt M'WI
"I am pleased and sur- Conference on Education.
prised that I have been given In January 1963, Secretaryof
this broad opportunity for State Dean Rusk appointed 'k4I-

service to our nation," he Nabrit as one of 10 Ameri- I
said, "and I am pleased that cans to attend a United -

the President feels I have the Nations conference in Genera
capabilities necessary to fill Switzerland, on assistance to ( 3'
this important post. less developed nations. a t11 l ? st

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.i'\ .. ."" NAACP Convention To Weigh Consumer

,.\,.,.;.. Protection and Urban Racial TensionThe

major emphasis of the to ways of improving political In the afternoon dele- al will be awarded to John H.
7th annual convention of the action activities and to the
gates will meet for workshop Johnson, president of the
ational Association ,for the problems of education North
sessions. Three sessions
,Jvancemcnt of Coloredple' and South, employment, housing Johnson Publishingv Co.Chi-
will be devoted to leadership cago, at the freedom Awards
to be held in Los and .
financing the NAACP.A
development institutes and to banquet, Friday night, July 8.
igeles, July 5-9, will be on special session on branch problem clinics. Other
xploration of the causes of Watts-Challenge or Pro- workshops will be devoted to Major addresses during the
i d the possible preventive phecy" will be addressedby problems of education, em- five-day meeting will be de-
"jasure for urban tension, 'Rev. James E. Jones, ployment, housing, member- livered by Roy Wilkins, ex-
id the development of a pro- pastor of the Westminster ship and fund raising. ecutive director, who will be
r run of consumer protection Presbyterian Church, Los Other highlights of the the keynote speaker, Tues-
F8 'ainst exploi tation. Angeles, and William Booth, convention include the annual day, July 5, after a welcomeby
chairman of the New York breakfast for ministers California Gov. Edmund G.
The convention, expecteddraw City Commission on Human July 6. The Rev. R. L. T. Brown, Vice President Uu-'
L+ LS 1,500 delegates from Rights, July 6. Smith, vice president of the bert Humphrey will address a
x ) states and the District of Jackson, Miss., NAACP and mass meeting Wednesday
.lumbia, will also press for The "Consumer Protection" chairman of the Jackson night, July 6; and Roger W.
actmeht of pending civil 1 session July 7 will be movement will be the guest Wilkins, director of the Federal -
jits legislation, and stress I addressed by Mrs. Esther speaker. The annual Life Community Relations
9 increasing importance of I Peterson, special assistant Membership luncheon will be Service will be the key speaker -
ter registration drives. Fur1 1 to the President for consumer held July 7. at the youth
banquet, July
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r Caracas, Venezuela; seated Richard M. Hunt, as- the Clerk of the Circuit Court ;

sistant marketing agent. The trio were part of 39 de- of Dade County, Florida and
. legates from five countries; India, Kenya, Turkey, with the office of the Secretary -

Venezuela and United Arab Republic, making a four- of State. 4

month tour of U.Installations under the sponsorshipof Signed: t I II

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land-Riant colleges and universities. MiamiMetroNews Jul 8I
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I. .AwardsPHILADELPHIA !I Returning to the States recently were Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Ado Bezue who spent

---_.__ m .. three years in Manheim, Germany. The couple is formerly of Louisiana, however,

PA. CLASS V Best News by professor Ralph L. Hoi-. Mrs. Helen Bezue lived in Miami for quite some time with her sister Mr. Thelma C.
Each year, the 64 member Story, Judged by Mr. CharlesJ. singer, 1st place, MilwaukeeStar Mumford and husband David of 1015 NW 48th St. After visiting with her parents in
newspapers of the National zaimes, 1st place, Betty ; 2nd place, New YorkCourier ; Louisiana, they will leave for Ft. Riley, Kansas where Sgt. Bezue, will be stationed
Newspaper Publishers Association Pleasant, Lost Angeles Sentinel ; 3rd place, Cleveland While in Europe, Mrs. Bezue visited some of the most interesting cities.in Germany
(NNPA) sponsor the ; 2nd place, Bob Williams Call & post.
Merit Awards Contest in orderto Cleveland Call & Post; CLASS X Promotion. Holland, France and England.Finance .
honor and recognize out- 3rd place Edward (Sonny) Judged by Mr. Michael G.
standing ability, skill and Murrain, New York Courier. Peterson, 1st place, Michigan
talent demonstrated by men CLASS VI Best Feature. Chronicle, 2nd place, Louisville -
and women in the field of Judged by Professor C. S. Defender; 3rd place,
journalism.This McCarthy, 1st place, Mrs. Pittsburgh Courier. t 1
1 1ft
year, the publishers Betty Granger Reid, New York The Russwurm Award for
marked the 16th observance of Courier; 2nd place, Mrs. Toki the newspaper polling the
the Merit Awards Contest. The Schalk Johnson, Pittsburgh most points goes to the
competition was judged by a Courier; 3rd place, ClarenceL. Pittsburgh Courier with 19 rt.
distinguished panel of 10 Matthews, Louisville De- points.
composed of Dean I. W. Cole, fender. .
Northwestern University; Professor CLASS VII Best News b
Ralph L. Holsinger, Pictures. Judged by Mr.
Indiana University; Professor Richard Saunders, 1st place, East
C. S. McCarthy, Duquesne Louisiana Weekly; 2nd place, Coast
University; Dr. Armistead S. Henry Phillips, AfroAmerican -
Pride, Lincoln University; ; 3rd place, Ken Temple, TailorsFEATURING
Michael O. Preston,the United Cleveland Call & Post.
Fund of Allegheny County; CLASS VHI-Best Editorial DAK SLACK SUIT
Don Miller, Pittsburgh post- Cartoon.Judged by Mr. Donald Unclaimed Pants for Sale
Gazette; Richard Saunders, Miller, 1st Place, A. Samuel
Scope Associates; Dr. Jer- Milai, Pittsburgh Courier; 2nd Alteration, and RemodelingFAST
rold L. Werthimer, San Fran- place, Wilbert Holloway, SERVICE
cisco State College; Robert Pittsburgh Courier, 3rd place, 111 NW 62 ST. Your Car with Our
Mason, Virginia Pilot; and T. Maurice Pennington, At- PL3901
Charles J. Zaimes, COmmon- lanta Inquirer.
A cuff while wait
wealth of Pennsylvania. CLASS IX Best Typography ,'Anytime"FIOR you

The National Newspaper and Make-Up. Judged AUTO LOANI!

Publishers Association pre-
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the Benjamin Franklin 'Ijo

Hotel last winners Friday for to the 1966 following :- I BETTER PICTURES SEE 1 1. Shop around for the car you want. Bring us the ,

CLASS I. General Ex- make, model and price
cellence Judged by Dean :r
L. .W. Cole, 1st place, Los I JOHNSON t? 2. We will okay your loan ,quickly and with'no red
Angeles Sentinel; 2nd place, Our loan is liberal
tape. policy very we want
Michigan Chronicle; 3rd place, /
Pittsburgh Courier. I OF MIAMI' .1.1I to make loans.
CLASS H Best Editorial, .
Judged by Jerrold L. Werthimer 3. Interest can bas low as 4'/i 4% on a new car, and
1st place, Walter Jones;
payments for as long as 36 months-the lowest
Milwaukee Star 2nd place,
; I It's' never too late to take 0
Cliff W. Mackay, AfroAmerican 1 .J payments possible. also make loans on used
; 3rd place, Frank L. GRADUATION carsup to S years old.
fender.Stanley, sr., Louisville De I

CLASS HI Best Original Because we have the Caps and Gowns with Jl

Column. Judged by Mr. Robert Tassels in all school colors LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF
Mason, 1st place Samuel H.
Lacy, Afro-American; 2nd I [1] MIAMI

place, P. L. Prattis, Pittsburgh I I 6 Wallet Size $1.95IN first fully Integrated bank In the entire Southeast-
Courier; 3rd place, Ii right here in the EJlton Financial Center
Walter Jones, Milwaukee Star.
CLASS IV. Public Service. I COLOR-Cash 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue t hon. 754431

Judged by Dr. ArmisteadS.
1186 NW 38th St. I
Tillman and Clarence L. Matt- I Monday, Tuetdoy, Wednesday, Thursday 9:30 am to 2 pm; Friday 9i30 am to 2 pm
hews, Louisville Defender; end S pm to 8 pm. Drive-in Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Saturday 9 to
2nd place, Ray Davis,
burgh courier; 3rd Pitts-I 635-4748 .noon. .
Mrs. Jondelle Johnson, At- .I I **."*'*.!? F.d.rol_R..r". System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatlo"THE
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GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes ,\ \ .'J \ 1 I. \t FROM FARM

OSCAR W. WEAVER, Clrculotlon-Adv.rtl.lng Mon g.r. The official reaction to the racial disturbance 'E
disbeliefand BANK
in recently was one of -.
Member of the National Nov(}popori PublUhart Association experienced Pompano
astonishment. Officials referred to the racial 0VICEPRESIDENT
SUBSCRIPTION RATES harmony the area had been accustomed to prior to the
$5.00 incident that provoked the disorder. They termed the

between the races one of tolerance and
Entered as S.cond Close Matter, August 9, 1927'ot th. Post that an incidentas "The man who succeeds above his fellows is the
understanding. They were
Office of Miami, Florida I under the oct of March 8, 1876 revolt the one who, early in life, clearly discerns his object,
remote as this could inspire among
and towards that object habitually directs his
Office it 6740 NW 15th Av.nu. Phon. OX 1-0421 .. Negroes of the community. They appeared dismayedthat powers.
itself is but fine observation
the Negroes were capable of such defiant hostility. Even genius strengthenedby
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" They seem, unaware that the chant among Negroes is fixity of purpose. Every man who observes vigilantly -
Th. NEGRO PRESS believe that America can best lead "All our Freedoms Now." and resolves steadfastly grows unconsciously into
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords The official feeling was that the incident had genius. Bulwer
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his
,human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-thf been inspired by outside agitators and was not the
Negro Press strives to h.ip.v.ry man In the fifm belief that work of the regular inhabitants,but this was proven to From a very humble beginning as a South Carolina
a oil men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. be wishful thinking on their part. The brutality shown farm boy to the responsibility laden position of Vice

toward others of their race has created a bond between President of Miami's Lincoln National Bank is the
that makes him feel that he is his
Negroes actually heart-warming, inspirational and phenomenal story of
YE EDITOR'S NOTE BOOK brothers keeper.. The hostility shown during a racial personable J. D. Mack.
' disturbance is the release of years of suppressed
Ye Editor made a visit to Nassau, Bahamas last emotions that have finally been given an outlet. The The 32-year-old Mack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert

weekend with daughters Hazel, Clarice and Kathleen. result is comparable to a balloon having been inflated Mack of Cross, South Carolina was born on a farm
' Son Garth arrived in that city on Sunday afternoon.Our beyond its capacity. where, as a youngster, he plowed under the blazing

visit was a somewhat sad one, attending the What the officials don't realize is that all Negroes Carolina sun from dawn to dusk six days a week.
funeral of a relative, Wesley Thompson, who died on are equally endowed with this feeling due to years of When chided about his work as a farm boy, Mack said

June 19th and was buried on Sunday afternoon June frustration and anxiety. No Negro, whether he be suc- jokingly: "It seemed as

26. Services were held at St. Agnes Church, Canon cessful or not, is beyond the indignities suffered by though the work would
Milton Cooper officiating, assisted by Canon Codrington the group. This is why the Pompano, Watts, and never end; and believe me,
Cooper. In attendance were the Masons, Elks and Cleveland disorders are but the forerunners of many it never did."
their branches.On disturbances that will take place throughout the He was graduated from
the way to the cemetery, it rained heavily but country. The disregard for law can be linked ot its Berkly Training High Y" xl 'u

the long procession, led by the bands of music, kepton design to perpetuate white supremacy. As each area School, Moncks Corner, ,i I
and service and rites went on paying their last reaches its saturation point disorders will occur, and South Carolina in 1952 and s6 4 !x
respects to their departed brother. in the process the participants will have vindicated took a job with a Charleston l
' Mr. Thompson was the owner and operator of themselves by having struck a blow at the society that plastering company ":
t has rejected them as equals. The extent of the dis- where he rolled wheel -
Rusty's Guest House on East
turbance will in most cases depend on the gravity of barrows heavily loaded
widow five children three brothers
Surviving are a the ills. '
three brothers and other relatives. with plaster up steep
Most whites seemed disturbed that these distur- ramps. He thought this ex-
Enroute to Nassau, Ye Editor met Dudley Byfield,
who took him bances are participated in by young Negroes betweenthe citing, especially since he _
editor of the Bahamas Observer kindly
ages of 10 and 20. This can be contributed to the used to make two.trips tOt
from the airport to the Carlton hotel, our place of greater number of Negro children receiving education one by his fellow workers.However .

abode during our visit. beyond the grade school level. They are better informed after six

On Sunday morning, Ye Editor enjoyed the Family as to their rights than any group before them. months of this, his inner j. D. MACK
Service held every Sunday at Christ Church Cathedralat There increased knowledge has made their previous desire to advance invoked

9 a.m. At 10:30 a.m. we attended St. Matthews, status quo unacceptable. They have been reared in an upon him the idea of volunteering for military service,
Canon Addington Johnson, rector. atmosphere of war, and have grown accustomed to and after a tough time securinghis parents permission,
St. Matthews will always be dear to me for as a living dangerously. The spirit of revolt has been Instilled he entered the United Stated Air Force.

boy,I attended Sunday School,became a Sunday School in them and offers an outlet for their energies.
,teacher, a member of the choir, the Sunday School The only acceptable solution for channeling the Mack attributes his start up the ladder in the
Superintendent, a vestryman and served three terms as inspriation of today's Negro youth is equality. With business world to his military service.

representative in the Diocesan Synod. their limited knowledge, they are
willing to accept the After basic training he was assigned to a motor
I Ye Editor served under the following priests: challenge of competition. They feel that destiny has squadron as a vehicle operator and drove trucks,

The Revs. F. S. Blofeld, A. E. Homer, R. K. Bennett, brought them to the threshold of first class citizepship. jeeps and staff cars for a year and a half, winning two
G. W. S. Lovell and Bernard Langton.A They feel that the Bible verse that says "God helps outstanding driver awards.
pleasant memory is, that one of the Sunday those who help themselves" really applies to
They want the them.to
b School students became a teacher, took over as superintendent apply to all its citizens.democratic principles of Realizing that he stood little chance for advance

: and later,when Ye Editor left for Florida, ment as a motor vehicle operator, he applied for an
, served as rector of St. Matthews and became the first assignment which offered a better chance for advance-

I Bahamian, as far as Ye Editor knows, to be elected t o ment, and was reassigned as squadron clerk and mes-

t office of a bishop, the Rt. Rev. Donald Knowles. senger.

) On Sunday evening, we were guests of Dr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Rodgers. Other friends met include Mr. Having his request to attend typing school turned
down, he secured a typing book and after two monthsof
and Mrs. Sam McPherson, William Strachan, Maxwell
Thompson, Bruce Williamson, A. H. McKenzie, Carl relentless practice, he attained a typing speed of
Saunders, Roland Donathan, Anthony Smith and Phillip 40 words per minute. lie studied on his own and pas-
Colemore. sed the clerical test with flying colors; and eight

tour of the market months later was elevated to the position of squadron
Enjoyed a place, docks, Raw- chief clerk.
son Square and the shopping center.

NO EXPANSION FOR DORSEY PARK After being honorably discharged from the service,
he returned to his clerical or
decided native state in search of
City commissioners on Monday againstthe
administrative work, only to learn that there was no
purchase of land that would be used in connectionwith
the expansion of the Dorsey Park. work of this type open to Negroes. Not being the type
Manager Melvin Reese said the estimated $50,000 to sit around and cry, he took a job with the port authority

planned for the park would be used to purchase landin unloading and loading boats.

the city's urban renewal area not far from the Strongly feeling that a high school educationand

Houston Gas Company. his air force experience qualified him for some-
thing better, he left South Carolina and went to New
: Commission also requested Metro to adopt a
City York in search of clerical work. After six months on
, minimum fire code that would let the cities make it his first clerical job, he secured a position as a teller

\ more stringent. A uniform code binding on all cities is with the Chemical Bank New York Trust Company.

I now under consideration.The .J 4 After two years in this position, along with a part time
Commission approved Commissioner Athalie job as a shoe salesman, his burning desire for further:

\ Range's proposal that the city consider holding con- advancement dictated his entry into college.
certs at Manor Park.
Having been out of high school for eight years,
Voted to amend housing code, now making it necessary y. his first semester in S. Carolina State College provedto

I to have a private bathroom in every dwelling be a very difficult one, but he stuck it out and be-
) Previously two units were allowed to share one came an honor student during the second semester and
bathroom.A EXTRA GIFT Dr. Frederick Patterson (left), was graduated with honors.Mr. .

request to allow pool rooms to open all nightlong president of the United Negro College Fund, accepts Mack came to Miami as a cigarette salesmanand
was denied. a check representing two contributions by the F. W* soon thereafter found himself back in banking;

Editor Garth C. Reeves returned on Sunday from Woolworth Woolworth's Co. Making the presentation is Robert W.I'I his: time as a teller with Lincoln National Bank where
Young, vice
president of
Philadelphia, Pa., where he attended the annual convention the personnel. This he rose from teller to assistant vice president in just
was company's 21st annual contribution I two:
to UNCF years.
of the ,
National Newspaper Publishers Asso-
and the third
straight in which
year it has
ciation, Frank Stanley, president. Reeves was elected been sup- From where is one
plemented with an extra gift. UNCF benefits I sit, the J. D. Mack story
vice president of the association. The group will hold leges through corporate and private 33 col- which points out quite vividly the fact that, from avery
its midwinter workshop in Miami in January of next contributions. meager beginning in these United States a man

year. can: reach great heights if it be his will and he is

INDEPENDENCE DAY BAND CONCERTS FOR i iComm. wiling to meet, head on, the many obstacles along
will be the 190th anniversary of MANOR PARK I the
Monday, July 4th road to success. It is our hope that the forward
the independence of the United States of America.It's Athalie Range has arrangements with conductor ;!surge of Mr. Mack will serve as an inspiration to many
a legal holiday and will be fittingly celebrated. proposed weekly band conCeasar LaMonica to look the )f the youngsters in the Dade County area.
Banks and many business places will be closed while cents at Manor Park the same .
citizens enjoy the beaches and other picnic areas; as being held at Bayfront fltuatlon I over, then bring In This corner is proud to salute J. D. Mack, affiable
Park. gie was asked to make s report end. hard working vice
weather permitting. .)....1, president of Lincoln.

\ MIAMI TIMES, 'i=rldcrp, July 1: 966 5

Gamma Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha

entertained at the home of Blanche Dean on Saturdayin
honor of Soror.Hazel Davis upon her retirement from

the school system.As .

of July 1st, the YWCA will be setting up tem- I'

porary headquarters in the Alhambra Hotel, 119 SE
2nd Street. FR 7-2571.
With a mighty chorus of bells the nation is reviving -

one of our earliest traditions "The Joyous
Sound of Freedom" At 2 p.m. E.S.T., on the Fourthof Our sympathy to the Huyler Family, 6530 NW 12th
July, the joyous clangor of bells will charge the Parkway in the lost of their loved one in Viet Nam.

summer air over every state of the nation. In an es-
timated 20,000 towns and cities, from churches, Betty Lou Freeman and Willard Hart will say their

schools, firehouses, and factories, the bells will marital vows Monday at Ebenezer Church. B
ring out for four minutes, pealing the good news of I'J
America's independence. Radio stations will broadcastthe

sound of bells, following by a reading of the
Declaration of Independence. Thomas J. Flemming Federated ClubwomenPlan

National Meet
Fireworks, bands, clowns, drill teams, and a

patriotic pageant will be featured in this year's Fourth
of July celebration in the Orange Bowl beginning at In Oklahoma CityThe

7:30: p.m. -
Admission will be a dairy ticket available at food 35th biennial and 70th association's internal opera-,
and dairy stores and from milk delivery men plus a 50 donation to Variety Children's Hospital. Without a National Association of Coland the traditional Awards milk at the end of a long, tough day of campaigning!

ticket, the admission will be $2. ored Women's Clubs, In c. will Night Banquet which occa- Mayor Robert King High, Democratic nominee for
be held July 23-30 at the lion will cite 30 .outstanding Governor of Florida, sets a good example for the six

The Allen M. (Bettye) Johnsons and children, Sheraton Oklahoma Hotel, Americans'' for meritorious little Highs. This candid picture was taken as he took

Michele, Allyn, Brian and Beverly chose Miami as Oklahoma City. Mrs. Mamie service.B. time off from his busy schedule to eat.
their vacation spot so as to enjoy the sun and surf Reese of Albany, Oat .
while reminiscencing with Mom and Dad (the Othellc, national president, will pro-
over the sice full week ses- ,
Johnsons) and friends.

Mrs. Rosa Lee Ferguson and grandsons, Antony on the theme, "The Role of _.!.. __ _? .- *. ,?
and Antonio are off on a two-month vacation at Cleve- the Federated Clubwomen in
the Design For a Great So;
land, Ohio.
ci ety."
Effie and Fernando Sherman of Nassau spent a More than 1500 delegates li II xi IV i,
week visiting relatives and friends. and visitors from forty affiliated

states, including Alaska
Get well wishes to Minnie Seller; J. V. Brown, will be in attendance at the RENTAL
who was at St. Francis but is now at the home of his historic session. Tribute will

sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Bethel, 1900 NW 4th Ct., and be paid to the founders of
Terry B. Parker, Sr. NACWC and to the late Dr.
Mary Church Terrell who became Y AGENCY INC.
I '
Sympathy to the Nesbit-Johnson-Jenkins, Pinder, the first president at I ,
the 19th Street Baptist Churchin
Sampson-Wilder-Jones; Young families in the loss of
their loved ones.Congratulations. July 1896 in Washington. THE' LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL

to Miami's representatives in the Meeting jointly with the AGENCY IN THE SOUTH? OPERATING IN
National A.A.U. Girl's and Women's Track championships adult group will be 200 girls,. I HON. L. BROOKS
of the affiliated National .,
starting Thursday at Frederick, Maryland.Coach Association of Girls Clubs DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
Billy Rolle and the girls who will compete in the three- PRESIDENT
who will be participants in
day meet are Barbara Williams, Shelia Burke, Phyllis
the 3rd biennial Career Orientation GEORGE P..HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER /1 ,
Cole, Albertha Williams, and Linda Simmons.A Conference at Cen- JJ'I, ;" : '. '\ ,f' 'c.H .' I. r r r "I, .lit .' d.'
tral State' College, Edmond : ,jl'r%. 1r" *,: ,
hearty welcome to the delegates and friends Oklahoma in the greater Okla- .:J 'MANAGING AND MAINTAINING. MORE. "THAN, . who are attending the National Education Association's
homa City area. Top career 10,000 HOUSING UNI SBo'rided
104th annual convention at Miami Beach this week.A analysts will conduct work- "
special feature of the convention, the theme of shops the t
on current aspectsof I
which is "Free to Teach'will bethe Issuance Fridayofa the changing world of work. also has employment service at main office

new five-cent postage stamp commemorating the 4150 N.W. 7th AvenueA
175th anniversary of the Bill of Rights. N.E.A. last The convention agenda
met in Miami Beach in 1953. will include biennial reports lull time public relations department to assist you in solving your problemsPlus

from the five regions of a fleet of cars giving door to door service, for tenants convenience .
Clifford Brennan is recuperating at home, after NACWC, workshops on the i On nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

surgery at Jackson Hospital.Dr. .

James Johnson who's studying at N.Y.U.'sschool EARNEXTRA '
4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 98733Vandalism
of Dermatology and mother, Mrs. Lenora Johnson MONEYTo

visited Nassau last week. buy a home done by o few Is expensive to all. Please help us stop this unn.cessary.vil.

To start children's education C.A. Lo'ckhart, Public Relation Director
Mrs. Irene Burroughs attended the funeral of her
uncle, the late Jacob Bastian, in Nassau. LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
To pay off debtsOr 9 CONVENIENT --

Mrs. Gomez of Nassau for even start a savings
Agnes stopped over a 17325 Homestead Avv. 3-8416
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It's birthday
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Black, Harriet Shootes, July 3; Lillian Eve Sawyer,
Marion Allen, Grace Robinson, James D. McKellar and

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gory Gill, Rowena Haguabook, and James Lucas, July 2 cups milk
7; and Annie Bell Taylor and James Moxie. HAP P Y 1-2 drops preen food coloring "/ made a killingin
1 bottle((7 01.) ginger tie, chilled
BIRTHDAY! Chocolate ice cream the stock market.In .
mixer or blender thoroughly mix jelly s
Adria Harrison daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel with 1/i cup milk. Gradually blend in I drink MILK'
(Alice) Harrison is attending Quannacut Camp in Pine remaining milk and food coloring. To s'
serve: Into each glass pour 1 cup mint
Bush, New York.Mr. mixture! and add % bottle ginger ale VITALITY COOLERS"T.H
Henry Alexander and son Raynard are vaca- mixing cream. well; top with scoop of ice r

tioning in Washington, D. C.

Mrs. Mamie Barber and Mrs. Cornelia Powell came Dream up your own
down from Washington D. C. for a Caribbean tour,and Milk Vitality Coolers and remember
spent the weekend with Mrs. Dorothy Weaver, a former .MILK'S TOO GOOD TO BE ""
co-worker at Freedmen's Hospital, Washington, D. C.

of Philadelphia,
Teenager, Cecilia Washington
Pa., is vacationing in our city.

Cheryl King of Tarboro, North Carolina is visitingher
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Guller (Billie) :s aS '

of 1829 NW 50th Street.

1 6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,*JuV' 1i66 I I

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Sadie Johnson, and
friends.We .,
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;0: daughter Lizette, returned toI
I the city after bidding "bon can serve you with home
voyage" to son Byron, at J. cooked food and old hickory .
F. Kennedy Airport, N.Y.C. will
r barbecue. I am sure you.
1 Byron, a student at Howard tell
don't a
\ University was selected bye enjoy It, not,

\: Knight Beat Manager Frtnk DuBoise says these four lovelies (waitresses) mad "Operation Crossroads Africa .friend, tell -us.
the in the Bahamas Their will tell i.* Inc." to serve as an instructor 1613 NW 54th STREET
Night They
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you ask them when you come to the Knight Beat. Adams foto.Jack's Egypt this summer. 691.9<<8 featured with the John Thomas I

Quartet currently at Jazzville
1 They took time out to say in the Seville Hotel. Jazzville I
\ relativesin TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO is open nightly from
MIAMI TIMES hello to friends and 10 to 6
MEN'S WEARSEE the area, as well as spend CHURCH SUNDAY a.m. with the exception of
ADS some time with son Jimmy and dark Sundays.
"MR. JACK" ',wife, Anita in Washington, .
FOR D. C. A hurried return was
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-. THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, July 1, 1966 7 J

Dana Dorsey Chapman hollers to me across the street,
y.i. I "thanks!" "Shucks, taint nothing." Did you see I CARVER YMCA NEWS I j
the big write up on Cubans in the Miami Herald last
Sunday? Funny, there wasn't a black Cuban in the I i
,. whole section. Are they segregation-conscious, too? Mrs. Aurora Turner, a na- Bob Gordon Miami. DadeJr.
student, accompanied
d That is it. Till next week LIVE LIFE, tive of St. Kits, West Indies, College
was aJest at the Y on by Carver's judo
Thursday, June 23. She was supervisor, Billy Hall, gave
iA ymiiii ',"rtrrurrirrur"r"urrr miiiiiiiiii nun m accompanied by Mrs. Levina the kids an exhibition in judoon
l Phillips, who is'the nutritionist Thursday, June 23. Bob
tt BY DAVE BONDU :: SEPIA MAYOR CONTEST : of the Dade County Health Is a fifth degree student and
I CAST MY VOTE FOR 5 Department. She is here to has been taking judo for seven
study the Nutrition Programof months. He has promised to
Dade County. Mrs. Turner come back again for another
The week of June 24th showed Patrick Range as r rr received a World's Health judo exhibition. This exhibi-
the "leading man" in the race for unofficial Sepia "r Organization scholarship and tion encouraged the childrento
Mayor of Miami. Patrick moved up with 380 votes and (Name of Contestant), attends Columbia University, work harder on their judo
replaced Bill Wynn, who came in with 360. It is still a rr N. Y., working her master's lessons.
close race for first place with only 20 votes separating degree. She is also a registered -
them. Ernest Hayes followed with 320; Judge John r nurse. When she returnsto .
< :
(Signed). her home she will be in 1
Johnson was ; Clyde Carroll, S r
Blanche Calloway and Tannie Dean placing in that charge of three islands. Her '
rEACH VOTE COUNTS 10 POINTS nG principal duties will be to set
order. Bondu asked to be deleted from the
Mayme race (POINTSiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiii i iSR AVENUE
up nutrition programs. 5861.M.W. 17TH
and has asked her supporters to vote for others in the
race since she is seldom in Miami, and she does not CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
know what her plans are, as yet. The count this week While here at the Carver HOT LUNCHES
shows -- -- -- YMCA she lectured to the
'1 children about the islands PICK-UP SERVICE
Register now to secureplace a
Bill Wynn 1760, Pat Range 1500, Ernie Hayes '4 CLASSIFIED., ADS '...iJt'It't Mrs.and their Turner nutrition comparied program.our nutrition for the fall term,.,
1370, J. D. Johnson 1360, Clyde Killens 1300, Earl program with that of (91-7796 OR 696-3302
Carroll 1270, Blanche Calloway 1220, Tannie Dean, i IRING RESULTSdfllj ; 'JI the 'islands. Her visit was 'Copland 'Sup.
1200 Arrington 1140 Willie Lamar 1120EugeneKemp (1I11"-(1", M' enjoyed by all and we welcome .Mrs., ';R... E.. \,,' v.'r',',
Henry ; 0\ ?
I !.'. ;: ;; .fL. ..r'_,. ..""1; t...,.,_. I "."t A1' her back again.
1120, Clarence Turner 1110. <-i-> --... .

Keep those votes coming in, for time is getting

short. Remember that the mayor you select will represent -- -
you!!! So Vote!lll!! .... --It... ..



GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Morgan Richards .'

There is something going on in "my town" that I 1 I SPECIAL
do not like. It is a form of robbery, without a gun, and
is legal? Say John Doe has a credit problem, but he
needs furniture orwants a TV or record player such. *- --.J A ofthe ._ *"-- '
He can purchase these things with no credit reference,
but he has to pay almost double the price because he
does not have credit. This is legal? To overcharge a CONTINENTAL
poor man for an article, and it still does not help him
establish credit. This is happening to our young mar-
ried teenagers, too. They are considered too young tOt
sign legal papers of purchase, so these persons will
sell to them at exorbitant prices and call this their SATURDAY) & SUNDAY, ONLY
"protection incase they do not get paid." I say that
something should be done about this. The Better
Business '.Bureau can, and will, stop this practice if
the people would complain. But who would complainif
this is the only way to get a TV or furniture or what- THE MONITORS
have-you without establishing credit? Yet, somethingmust >
be done. What?

The big sound was rehearsed last Tuesday nite at i ,

the Fiesta. It was just beautiful to hear a big band
once again, and by the local musicians of Miami. The t i
band now consists of the following: Rhythm: Dave
Akins, drums; Hank Haynie, bass; Reggie Moore, v W y
piano; Yasauro Hernandez, congos. Reed: Spooky | H THE Continental

Jones, Charles Flowers and Scott Adams, all on sax.
Brass: Abe Meeks, Richard Thomas,Lorenzo Kennedy, ,
and Sam Wilson, trombones; Art Mackey, // Big New 8-Piece Band
and George wrignt, trumpets. The band is three weeks
old and we still could use two more trumpets, a bari- :
tone and an alto, plus two more tenors. The guys are
interested in this band-even fellows from Ft. Lauder- THE CATS Featuring"S//m// Man"WATT
dale. Just as soon as our arranger and the boys get r
tight, we will present two or three big band concerts
and we have a date in Nassau. Could be we are on our
way. Now when our various organizations plan a FRIDAY' BARGAIN NITE
dance, it would be nice to Rive the lob to our own
boys. Will be back at the Fiesta again on Tues-
day night at 7:30. Don't be late fellows.

the Miami Newsll!!! They have hired a Negro staff
reporter. You'd think that the big one (The Miami
Herald) would practice what they preach, and bust the
color line. They cannot say that there are no qualified
reporters available Judge John Johnson of the I
EOPI (Brownsville director) is to be congratulated on 1 j 1 ii1LJi;

the Brownsville Community Project he has taken, with
the EOPI staff doing their part I called on our
City Manager to talk with him about a traffic light at ,
"death corner," NW 58th St. and 10th Ave. While 1 ,
I'm at it, I think it would be a good idea if our County
Manager, Chuck Hall, and our Manager, Porter Horn er I
took some time to ride through tombstone territory i A
(18th Ave. between 62nd and 71st Streets). There are 1 /
two things missing: the hitching posts for the horses
and the six shooters hanging on the sides of the people ,
who walk along the streets Cab Calloway's famous GANG
sister, Blanche, tells me that Cab's daughter, Mr THE CHAIN $ j Hosf &
Chris, is moving to stardom. She opens at the Living,
Room in New York next week. Sure is nice to do
business with honest people like the folk at Atlas

Electrical Supply Co., on 7th Ave. at 66th St. .
Have you seen Bill "Glamour Studio" Harris in his
boat riding togs? He is way ahead for his boat ride 1; THE CONTINENTAL
July 3rd. Did you get your ticket yet? The folk at (
National Record Service Co., at 3289 NW 7th Ave. are |
looking for talent; singers and rock and roll bands, j MIAMIS SEPIA SHOW PLACE:1
and they pay good money Dave Bondu (he never >
uses Jr.) moved his band into the Continental Club.
Cal Roberts is the house M. C.; Maxie Newbold and,
Abe Meeks still kicking the crowds with their sounds.

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James Meredith intended marching through the PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT Keenan Wynn's .w

state of Mississippi to demonstrate that a newer a father, Ed Wynn, 79, (Reputed as "the perfect fool")
was at hand and that it was possible for Negro citizensto died June 19, at home N.Y.C. Park Music Festival
walk the public byways in safety.The brutal attempton starts July 1, thru Sept. 5. Among the scheduled per-
his life in view of armed policemen who did nothingto formers are Dionne Warwick, "Fly Away to New Or-
prevent the attach is proof that very little has leans" opening night, Errol Garner, Mirian Makeba,
changed in Mississippi.The Theodore Bikel, Stan Getz, Duke Ellington, Count
Basie, Nina Simone, Lionel Hampton, Lil Anthony and
new era Meredith was hoping for has been the Imperials,Arthur Prysock and many others. Held at
deferred and a climate of racism and lawlessnessstill the Wallman skating rink in Central Park Mrs. 1
dominates. If a national figure like James Mere- Ella Collins (Malcolm C's sister) plans to build a '
dith can be shot in Mississippi, the only lesson we "Malcolm X Garden of Eden"black housingcommunityon CHICAGO TEENAGERS have been enthusiastic in

can draw is that no Negro, no matter how prominent or 1,000 acres of land in N.Y. Mayor Lindsay and their praise of this integrated music duo, George and
respected, is safe from danger. Still less safe is the his staff, snubbing King Faisal of Saudi, Arabia duringhis Norma, who spend much of their time performing at
average Negro citizen. visit in New York was of bad taste Jackie school assemblies and other teen gatherings in a
program they call "HEP", (Higher Education Pays).
Robinson assistant in of
(a special ) charge community
This situation prevails because a climate of They are recording their first album. (NPI photo)
affairs of New York was almost mobbed by demonstrators -
lawlessness previals places in the South.
many when he intervened a sidewalk sit-down in frontof
Acts of violence against Negroes of ten go unpunished.Too .
Gov. Rocky's office. They were all arrested . Eileen
many moderate men are silent. Signs of interracial Sweeting To lovely Janis Sanders James
cooperation are usually suppressed. An aura of fear World lightweight champ Carlos Ortiz back at the Farrington's daughter) we dedicate Arthur Prysock's"Let
Club in the he the club and
Tropicana Bronx
and mistrust rules this sad state. ( owns ) it be Me" The Impressions and the Man-
campaigning for Senate seat in N.Y. after beating hattans headlining this week's Apollo show. Next
When volunteers arrive to help register Negroesto Johnny Bizzarro in Pittsburg's championship bout bya week Johnny Nash's "Somewhere There's a Place for
vote or to help them combat illiteracy, the cry of 12 round K.O. last Monday nite. us" to Alnora Rolle of Coconut Grove. Time and tide
"outside agitator" goes up."Anything that challengesthe waits for no man. So long.
status quo, anything that tries to improve the lot AN ANGRY MAN Roy Wilkins, NAACP exec. ar-
of Mississippi's Negro citizens, is villified. The state riving at La Gaurdia Airport in New York un-announced
has seceded morally from the Union. It is this public and without escort or guard, sounded on a Taxi cab /p.. G LAMOURIZE+.....
immorality that created the atmosphere in which sucha driver for passing him up. Wilkins had just left Mis-
vicious attack could take place. sissippi where the white cops had "tear gassed" the
marchers. He had the white cab driver take him into i WIGSUI! !
Samples of editorial comment from some southern the city where he telegramed LBJ. ;
papers are even more shocking. Rather than condemnthe
attack on Meredith as a frightful instance o f EX-GEORGIAN ELECTED HARLEM MAYOR Cla- : -.00t
criminality, they blame the would-be assassin for ma- rence Brinson, 28; of Georgia, now a Harlem businessman $69 J
king possible passage of the pending Civil RightsAct. is Harlem's new mayor. His triumph in the local
Other papers, and the governor as well, said that mayor's election Tuesday was announced Friday niteat t
while the shooting was "foolish," so was Meredithfor the Commodore Hotel. Brinson succeeds Bishop : $10 downS
attempting to exercise his rights. Alvin A. Childs.

James Meredith is a courageous man. He showedhis $ week
courage when he became the first Negro to attend 110%
and Dave "Hold on I'm Coming" and Otis Redding's"My
the University of Mississippi in the face of armed HUMAN HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY ?
Lover's Prayer" tore the house down at the +IMPORTED
which aided +
rebellion on the campus, a rebellion was
and abetted by the defiant attitude of the governor of Apolla 125th St. Threatre and left The capitalshit Free Shop At HoMe Service .
the state. "Cool Jerk" at the Shalimar by Randolph" dedica-
ted to Louise Williams .
(Poney) Dusty Spring-
While Meredith failed to prove that a Negro can go "
field's "Believe Me" and No.3'on the survey to
about his business peacefully without risking his life PRIMADONNA
in Mississippi, he did prove quite a few other things. Cassandra. Moncla Gray The Four Tops at the i J
First, he proved beyond the shadow of a doubt that Basin St. East. Not the Toys. Frank Sinatra's No.
1 hit "Strangers in the Night" dedicated to Carolyn
federal protection for civil rights workers and Negro
list of Farrington Barbara Mason is back on the survey, 945-4526
citizens is urgently needed. The long martyrs : t
who died at the hands of southern racists is testimonyto No. 8 "I Need Love" dedicated to China Valles. .
the need for such federal protection.The The Righteous Brothers "He" No. 2 to Stanley ................
attack on Meredith also gives the lie to the
racists who claim they are superior men. Superior men
do not lurk in bushes to shoot other men in the back.
Only weak men do that and only weak men fear
honest difference of opinion. Any building I design will have

Another lesson to be drawn from the event is that beauty and function, but always
the need for southern moderates to come to the fore
and end their silence is urgent. Unless men of goodwill with the human touch. .

are willing to abandon the future of their state to that's a must.2? J
criminal elements whose reign of terror against Negro '
citizens will alienate the rest of the country and The gin I buy is London Dry.Gordons. .
frighten away needed capital and industry, they must
speak up now.Perhaps It's always brisk,

the most important lesson to the nationas dry and smooth. .To me,
a whole is that fear of change and fear of diversityled "
the attacker to pull the trigger. This kind of fear Gordon's is a must.

is too common. It is responsible for discrimination in w. Fontaine Jones A I,A Architect and Chairman of the Board.
jobs and schools and housing. It also results in nu- West Side Chamber of Commerce of New York. Architectural Consultant on Latin America..
merous petty acts of prejudice which too many people
think harmless. The tragedy in Mississippi is an ex- ,
ample of the outer limits of this irrational fear which

poisons our nation.



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brook in, son of Mr. and Mrs. son of Mrs. Verde M. Ro- son of Luten T. Taylor of 850 nephew of Mr. and Mrs. LonnieT. GO GO RECORD
David W. Colebrook of 16121 Opa-locka has been assignedto Mincey of 1321 NW 2ndCU,
of 1911 NW 52nd St., Ellsworth NW 67th St., Miami has been
Bunche Park East Drive has been assigned to Cannon APB S. D., after assigned to Peterson Field,. I has been assigned to Vanden- SHOP
opa-locka has been assigned after completing Air Force basic Colo. I* At
AFB N. M., completing after completing Air

Ii completing to Columbus Air AFB Force Miss.,basic after basic training. training.The airman a 1965 graduate Force basic training. Ij j I I ing.completing! 4761H NW 22nd Ave.

1 M training. Airman Roberts a 1965 of North Dide High School is now open with the

graduate of Northwestern will be trained on the job as a The airman will be trainedon The airman will be trainedon latest In rhythm, blues
The airman, a 1964 graduate Senior High School will be musician with the Strategic < the job as a musician with the job as a vehicle maintenance western ,
of ,
North Dade High-School spirituals
trained on the job as a fuel Air Command. \the Air Defense Command. specialist with the ,
attended Miami-Dade Junior Jan and kiddie
specialist with the TacticalAir Strategic; Air Command. records.
College. He will be trainedon Command. lIe attended Miami-Dade Also transitor radios
the job as an accounting Junior College. A graduate of Miami Northwestern A graduate of Booker T. phonographs ,
and finance specialist.His Airman Richard E. Miller, His aunt, Mrs. Louise High School he attended Washington High School, Airman guitars *,
wife is the former t son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore ]Lowe! resides at 2710 NW Miami-Dade Junior' : Me Arthur attended Florida toys.
Barbara Gordon of Opa-locka. ;Z. Miller 2460 NW 159th Ter., 48th street. (College. V&M University.

I2g Nurses Aides Complete Training; Get JobsThe I

Ideal School for At Mt. Sinai are: Ada Annie Davis was awarded
Training Nurses Aides held Bride Alberta Jefferson. the school's pin with the
g its ninth graduation exer- Those consigned to con- diamond chip for the highest
a cises on June 16. Followingare valescent homes are: Cassie mark on the final exam,93.5
the names of the graduates I Plummer Snapper Creek; Runner-up was Rose Him-
\ 4, more than half of whom are Ciddie Lee Graham and Betty minger with 98%.

+t already working in hospitalsin Stubbs, Palmetto, Rose Him- The 10-week training
.-' the Miami area. minger, Angela Moon Odessa course consists of 60 hours in
g Employed at Baptist Hos Starkey. the classroom.l00--0n-the-
pital: Octavia Ballard, Rosa Christine philips goes to training hours at a convales
l Brown Fannie Coleman, Warm, Spring Hospital in Geor- cent home and 16 hours of on-
Eugenia Cebrzysld, Arlene gia. the job training at a hospital
4"'wi Collie Herman Andrews, On private duty is Anna Rose Schniedman, R.N., is
!! Annie Davis Mary Edwards Mantz. director.

g I I: Natty Lawrence: Mary Frazier .
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t Edna: McMillian, Eva Watts, ..........................
f i ; Barbara Wright Nancy Riley
a t.. F .t'.I"M= .' } Alberta Reese, Lillie Jones,
t ;t' Judy Lecounte I Katie Middi-
man, Florence Nelson. t Let Your Boy

The home can accommodate
about ten infants. During I OPERATE HISOWNBUSINESS
open house there were five
adorable babies on dis
: play. These babies caught
( $ r the attention and love of all I-
I Appearing on the program He can
get started
,4\ u were: The Mars Hill Church 'I
Youth Choir; the Rev. C. W.
'. Preston who spoke on the for ('.nl I ISEll ;
L purpose of Mars Hill Child
; I ren's Home; Mrs. John E.

Culmer board member of the

.,{ Children's Home Society of tht % t.
1 t
.It. ; Fla. gave timely information r
uir about the Agency. Impressiveand
touching was the solo>

in His Hands," by Mrs.

Jacquelyn Rice. Mrs. March IT'S EASY! IT'S FUN!IHere's
Dickens, executive director
of Southeastern Division ofChildren's how.
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Home Society of
( Fla., made the presentation of First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for

,I i nth the Rev.license Preston.to Mrs. McCroidand 99tf. Sell them for 15tf a piece. You make 66tf

Speaker for the evening a S profit. With this profit plus your original 99tf investment -

.t HE 't .'" .:.w.Nr1.. : : t.r ? % Attorney first Negro Gwendolyn female attorney S.Cherry of, you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat

\ Dade County. Attorney Cherry this process until you are selling 50 or more

.1 t '. ,. e :x//. n spoke on "The Value of Licensed papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times,

I ?J'.v .I a a' She challenged Agency the Adoptions.audience" you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week. J

: in a great speech.

.4\ Many the outstanding president of guestswere CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE

Southeastern Division of thee 6140 N.W.I5TH AVE. OX 1-0421 "
Children's Home
Society of

\1..11 officer Florida,of Mr.the Ray First Basten National, an -'.........................I

.. Bank of Miami Rev. J. Arthur
jIt j Geschwind, board member and

r IV publicity chairman of (Jlilten's Join the NAACP
Home Society; Rev.
Michael of Boulevard

,. Church and Rev. C. Christian P. Preston ................,..........................i.............,:,

4It of Peaceful Zion Baptist : Miami :
--- Church Times
Shown in the picture are : 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue : r
i Mars Hill Children's Home Mrs. March Dickens, executive ,A"
It director of the Children's Miami, Florida 33147 ': i

Licensed As Preadoption Center Ha Southeastern Home zel McCroid Society Division, foster of Florida mother; Mrs. :: Dear Sir: ': 1

of Mars Hill Children's Home; Enclosed please find the sum of $...........__.

i; How often have you dreamed Florida, Southeastern Division agreed on the home and I speaker Attorney Gwenddy S. Cherry; to cover the cost of a subscription to
IV dreams and wondered if they a private licensed worked out the J ctaUs for the ; Mrs. Katherine J.
|< ,might come true? well here is adoption agency. operation.A John case coordinator; Mrs. the Miami Times '
t. a real live story of a dream This is the first effort to very modest, attractive, E. Culmer board member ,
I. that did just exactly that. establish a pre adopt ion home and homelike site was selected pastor; and of Rev. C. W. Preston, .e' Mail Paper To .' ...
for Negro babies. There is a in a quiet well-kept neigh Church. Mars Hill Christian
L &Sunday June 19, at 2 p.m. real need for it. The society'borhood at 816 NW 46th St. In center Address_
h. was open house for Mars Hill set the' picture, Mrs. ,
1 up project when the 'Occupying the home are Mr. March Dickens
(Children Home. The home members of Mars Hill Christian and Mrs. Raymond McCroidas l presents license ; City State _ Zip Code_ ;
f 'Is a project of Mars Hill Church and the pastor, ;' foster parents to care for Croid and to Rev.Mrs. Raymond Mc
f Christian Church and theChildren's Rev. C. W. Preston came seek-i infants awaiting c. W. Preston Six
Bottom Months
r adoption picture shows $] oo One Two Vrs. $9.00 =
Home ing part of $5.00
Society of some way to serve. They I I placement. the ; ::
audience. ............................ .
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>" i\S MIAMi TIMS') '1F'1day, July J 1 1965 RICHARDSON '
Junior O'Neal of 1467 NW Luther W. Hill of 570 NW

i. Charles D Bain of 5109 53rd Street died June 22. He 13th St., Fla City died June

y CARDS M MORIALSTHS NW 27th Ave. died June 218t, lived in the Miami area for the 23. He Is survived by his
; his native wife, Sarah; one stepson,
He is survived by parents, past 12 years and was
: Mr. and Mrs. Prince Bain; six ,of Dublin, Ga. He is survivedby Warren Porter; a cousin Danielof

i brothers and sisters; a grandmother | his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lake Wales, Fla. other

CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe Louise Stubbs; two Willie O'Neal of Dublin, Qa.{ relatives and f rrlmds. Funeral

! uncles, Charles and John ,three sisters, Louise Moore services were held in Homestead
: family of the late memory of our daughter family of the late Petty; other relatives and ,and Mary Wright and Gussie Tuesday.

WILLIAM T. BONDU friends. Services were held ,O'Neal; three brothers, James
R + ; ..
.Ma MR. HENRY LEE FOUNTAINwho other of 322 NW
would like to thank the Range Monday in the chapel. Wallace and Willie Jr., Seebrook Boyd
departed this life May i relatives\ and friends. Final 7th St. died June 23yFuneralservices
Funeral Home the
EOPI 30, 1966, wish to thank their Mrs. Hallie Bennett of 1603 ,rites and burial were held in were hel* Wednes-

personnel Daisy's Originals '\., ... many friends and neighborsfor NW 71st Streed died June 26th. Dublin, Ga.FRANCIS.. day from the vthapel. Survivors -
& Staff th ,,1 ,
Management e :
; all acts of kindness shown She Is survived by three daugh- are hi /father,Daniel;,
Miami Times, Lincoln Na- ': \, ,. them during their hours of ters:, Mesdames Mary Nes- two sisters Phillis and Ben-
tional Bank staff, Rev. Smith, .11: .; .. } bereavement for the ca.rdund bitt, Catherine Johnson and ga other relatives and friends.

I I. neighbors and many friendsfor ::: '" ... .... ,I florals, Rev. I, C. Mickens of Rosa Jenkins; a son, Richard
their help and many ex- : ".. :\ Mt. Olivette Baptist Church Harris; a sister Mrs. Pearlie Alvin B. Pinder of 1710 NW

pressions of sympathy during : ;# I and special thanks to the en- Ware, other relatives and 4th Ct. Apt. 1 died June 22nd. ALBERT. .
their'noed.. ,
1' '... ,' .f> .. t tire staff of the Range Funeral friends. Services will be held Funeral services will be held Paul and Joseph Oallimore,
: .. ,:i\'Y; Home. God bless you. Thursday, June 30 at 2 p.m. ;Saturday, July 2, 2 p.m. at
,:; The Family ; > 14370 NW 22nd Ave. Apt. 11
\-1 j .. I........ ,: OIlie Fountain, wife at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. St. Mary's W. M. Church with Remains died June 24. Services were
'' CARD OF THANKS "': M;' >.: ... Annette Fountain, daughter Rev. Stuart, conducted in the Opa-locka
' : .1:,. .. John W. Bass of 1622 NW i will repose in the cha-
Homer Humphrey, son chapel Wednesday evening.
[ .l\. .,. 53rd Street died June 27th. pel beginning 2 p.m. Friday
We, the family of the late .. Barbara Leonard, daughter Survivors are parents, one
\ .." <>\ .' t, He is survived by a wife, i until 11 p.m. Friday, then beginning -
I JOSEPH OUTEN >' ,''"''n F', Margaret; two children, a 7 a.m. Saturday at the brother, two sisters, grandparents -

who departed this life June \ father, Wess Bass; four sis- church until funeral time. and one great grand

,) 9, 1966, take this time to express :} CARD OF THANKSThe ters, Mesdames Carrie Butler, Survivors are his wife; Irene; parent.

our thanks to the many 'I :I Roberts and Dorothy daughters; Mesdames
,\I friends for their expressions .,, .,: .., ,.W, family of the late Annie Powell and Miss Rosa Bass; Rachel two Perry and Rhoda Larry E. Bess, 10025 SW

t of sympathy through cards, ELVA MAE ROLLE four brothers, Prentise, Lowe; two sons, Lebon and 171 St., Perrine died June 24.

I letters, telegrams, floral who departed this life July PRINCE PATTENwho Charles, Richard and Joseph; Edwin; four sisters,Mesdames Services were held Thursdayat

pieces and donations. 3. 1961. departed this life June other relatives and friends.No Zilpha Rolle, Viola Roberts, Union Baptist Church,

I Special thanks to Rev. Sweet are the memories that 19, 1966 and was laid to rest local services were held. ]Hazel Clarke and Sadie Goulds, survivors are mother,

,., Savoy and Fr. Lambert L. never fade away. June 24. 1966 wish to express Final rites and burial were Saunders; a devoted friend; four sisters, three brothers ,

\ Sands and members of St. Gone, but not forgotten. their appreciation to held in Eastman, Georgia. Mrs. Ida Pinder;other relativesand grandparents.
I Agnes Episcopal Church. May her soul rest in peace and their many friends and neigh friends.

i Also to Mrs. Range and her may light perpetual shine upon bors for cards, letters, tele- Elbert Dennis Jr. of 14100 Arthur Preston, 816 NW 3rd

\, staff for efficient service her. grams, floral pieces, dona- NW 24th Ct. Apt. 9 died June RICHARDSONLeroy Ave. died June 26. Arrange-i,

I rendered. tions and other acts of kind- 23rd. He was the threeyearold ments are incomplete.Mrs. .
\ Mr. and Mrs.Harry L. Rolle, Wingateof 212tt N W
The Outen, Saunders and s on of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Thurston families parents thanks to the Rev.S. Dennis ST. in addition to his 9th St. died June 22. He is Julia Ford, 1252 NW
Mrs. Mabell weir and Mrs.
," Idella A. Cousin, minister of parents he is survived by survived by one sister Mrs. 52nd St. died June 25th.
Rolle, grand Greater Bethel AME Church, three sisters and one brother. Corine Wynn, one brother, Ed- Services Saturday 3 p.m.

parents. Rev. J, B. Blacknell, ministerof Services were held Monday in die wingate, several other at Antioch Baptist Church.

,; IN MEMORIAM *, James AME Church, the chapel.Mrs. relatives and friends. Serviceswere Survivors are husband, Thomas -
Evangelist Maggie M. Green held Tuesday afternoonin three
In loving memory of our CARD OF THANKSThe ; daughters, Mes-

dear one,_ __ ___ and the Range Funeral Home Sallie Deliford of the chapel.Mrs. dames Elizabeth Robinson,
family of the late and its staff. 6123 NW 30th Ave. died at Stella Sommersett, Jeanette
I May God's blessings be Jackson Memorial Hospital.She Vandetta Smith of 702 Ford, one son Joseph; other
I THOMAS REESE with you. is survived by her hus- NW 6th St. died June 26. Arrangements relatives.
wish to thank everyone for are incomplete.Mrs. .
Fraklin, Grace and Elease band, Ben; one son, Willie;
( cards and flowers of condolences three brothers, Dave, Jimmieand Ernest Russell, 1622 NW

kind words, deeds and G. T. Perry; one sister, Rosa Lee Green, 2245 1st Ave.died. June 28. Funeral
I'I I prayers in their hour of sor- NW Slat St. died June 26. services 12 noon Saturday at
Mrs. Willie Ford; grand
row. We wish to give special CARD OF THANKSThe children; other relatives and Arrangements are incomplete. Trinity CME Church.

thanks to Rev. A. D. Hall, friends. Services will be held
officers I and members of family of the late I
Saturday, July 2 at 2:30
Ebenezer Methodist Church; in the chapel. EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special Notice for

3K StewardessJ;; Boards and the n+ Regular Sunday Visitors, effective only for THIS

entire staff of Francis Funeral a William Franklin of 618 NW Sunday, July 3rd preceeding Independence Day, Men

Home for their kind and courteous 55th Street died June 24th. day, July 4th. .
shall service.always be Their with prayers you. He is survived by a sister, Instead of being open on Sunday, which is our usual f
Shannon of
Mrs. Mary Durham, practice, THIS Sunday will be the start of a two-day
Mrs. Marie Reese, wife K': N. Carolina. Arrangements are
And Family :' f incomplete.Sgt. Employees Holiday (July 3 & 4)). The Gates will be

closed both days, with no burials, only the Usual

Cecil Huyler of 6530 Police Patrol in and around the Park.H. .
4 9'M NW 12th Parkway was killed E. WALTHER. Supt.
Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Clark, in action in Vietnam on June
and the family of the late 22nd in the town of Tuy Hoa. EVERGREEN CEMETERY
3065 NW 41 Street Tel. NE 4-8242
Sgt. Huyler was a
serviceman, having served 21
departed July 4, 1963. take this method to thank all years. He had been on loca-

' .4. Many a heart no longer here,,, of their friends and loved tion in Vietnam for about two
f Ah was all too only dear; ones for every deed of kind- months and had volunteered for Ifiil1tnIl1 mortal lfInrh

I Yeti! 0 love'tis thou. dost call I ness during the loss of their combat service. He is
Thou wilt be our all in all.,, daughter, who lived at 928 NW sur-
vived by his mother, Mrs. You do Not hove to own Grave Space In LINCOLN
Albertha Wilkinson, Wife 1st Ave.mentions June of 12.Blunts 1966.place Special REV. GEORGE W. BUTLERwho Matilda Huyler; three sisters, MEMORIAL PARK, 3001 NW 46 ST.
Lewis Jr. and Cyril, Sons on 11th St. and neighbors, departed this life June Mesdames Gloria Maycock, on... Just Tell your funeral dir.ctor'thls is your wish.
Diana Francis, Sister 10, 1966, wish to express our Lucy Thomas and Pettye It will b. ':one.
Hilma Kemp, Sister Mrs. Marie Holly, Miami; Mrs. sincere thanks and appreciation Reaves;, other relatives and G ',TES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING
Dosha Curtis Rev. and HOLIDAYS
& Colonel Wilkin friends.
George services held
for the donations cardsof on A 2
C. Mickins and the most mo. pre-need grove space sole now going on.
I son, Brothers Thursday June
condolences, telegrams, 30th at 3 p.m.
efficient staff of the L. C. flowers and all other of in the chapel. NE
acts 4-4197 E. Johnson, Manager OX 19199SURROUNDINGS
Albert family House of Al-
kindness extended us duringour
bert. May God bless you all hour of bereavement. Mrs. Essie Mae Johnson of

CARD OF THANKS for your kindness. Special thanks to Rev.W. 2321 NW 74th Terr. died June

26th. she is survived by a daughter -
F. Tanner, sr., the mem-
We, the family of the late CARD OF THANKS bers of St. Mary's Baptist Mrs. Elizabeth Neloms;

church,ministers and churchesof five brothers; four sisters;

In loving memory of our the Fla.East Coast Baptist other relatives 'and friends. v L f.
mother and q o
i grandmother Association.We There were no local services.

MRS. RET DAVIS pray God's blessing Final rites and burial were

who departed this life June upon each of you. held in Lenox, Ga.

24, 1963.
I'd like to pass away from Mrs. Lottie E. Butler, wife Mrs. Elizabeth J. Mont-

1 ft. yt' earth and the seed I'd left behind Mrs. Mary B. Lane, daugh- gomery of 5100 NW 32nd Ave.
are roses and forget-me- terHERE'S died June 24th. She is sur-

rots for all who come to vived by her husband, Charles;
rind i a daughter, Mrs. Irene White; !'
two sisters, Bertha Oliphantand :
But having lived and having f
Bessie Owens; other -
J toiled I'd like the world to and OF PEACEFUL BEAUTY
friends. She held
v find.Some PROOF YOU'LLLIKE membership in the Atlas Tem- fr
t little touch of beautymy The of
our quiet
OUR PRINTING : ple of Elks No. 39, The He- ,
has left behind. < p
roines of Jericho and Victoria homelike facilities help

MRS. MILDRED G. BURTON Elnora and Children Ward Chapter Pallbearers. -
who departed her life on May r Quality Job; Budget Price Services will be held to comfort in time of loss.

( 15, 1966 at the home of her Saturday, July 2nd at 4:30 And, you will find the
w No Job Too Large or Small p.m. in the chapel.
mother, Mrs. Mayzellar Gray, a
fir' same dignified family
1369 NW 34th st. wish to We, the family of the lat o Deadlines Met on Time : ,

thank the members of St. Paula JOSEPH GOLDEN Royal Wallace of 5921 NW feeling in every service.

AME Church, all the choirs, Satisfaction Guaranteed 7th place died June 27. He is i
ushers, boards and clubs, and wish to thank the many friends survived by five daughters a rrnA.

J especially the pastor, Rev. and neighbors for ther kind- and. our customers come back! Mesdames Minnie Kellogg,, .,,

E T. C. Kelley, Jr., for their ness during our hours of be. Nettie Games, Ruth Marshall, "My Father in Heaven, help

kind expressions of sympathy reavement. Many thanks tc Rosa Burton and 1..olsteen E = me never to forget Thy Love
during our bereavement. Mrs. Range and her staff, foi Miami Times White four \
the wonderful services ; DuPont, it /looks up to me in the

Gone, but not forgotten.We dered. his dea ren Linzey, Sidney and Commer. beauty of the flower ."
Also to r
loved her but God loved very three sisters, Mesdames Ceo-
II r friends Mr. and Mrs. Jimmj r FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NUDS la Wallace, Callie Lumpkinsand John Henry Jowett

her best. Wilson of New York City, wh Call OX 10421 Lova Lumpkin; other Lam: y: Oscar L. Range
escorted the body down fron relatives and friends. Ser-

,. J. C. Gray, father New York and to his man)r vices will be held Saturday, ; 1.'r
other New York friends,. Funeral! Home
Mayzellar Gray, mother July 2, at 12 noon at Mt. vl
l Sisters and entire family The Golden Family i Sinai Baptist Church.

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THE.MIAMI TIMES.. FrMov.Julv. 10M". 1.1 4

trsniKpoimcs NEWS FROM IN ANDrIJ ..

By Norman Jones "'- v. __ I'"


HOAXIn .. .. .
a one-party state, where the winner of the
party May 25 was Dollar Day in i A 14-room, twostory woodi -
manes are automatic victors
in the w
general elec- the Bahamas. On that en building completely
day th i I was
|>ns either because he has no opposite party com- decimal currency took the i destroyed by fire about 8:30

tition, or because the opposing party candidates place of the pound shilling; a.m. on May 19. The Fire De-

not have a 'Chinaman's chance' for victory, the and pence. The coins are in[ partment ushed to the scene
pie are subject *o a cruel hoax. denominations of one cent, in time to save other houses
The recent Democratic primaries and five cent, 10-cent, 15-cent, from the blaze that was spred-
termine 'the Democratic candidate runoff to 25-cent, 50-cent, $it $2, and ing. The fire inspector said
for governor 4 f $5. They are very attractive the fire was caused by an
ched a high in perpetuating such a political hoax in appearance, and businessmen electrical wire shortage. The

n the people of Floridain a farce that would make and the public are not building was owned by George
ck; Sennett blush with shame. having much trouble in getting Evans and was insured. Fred-

The diminiuitive, "White Knight" from Miami use to the change. die 'Stubbs, Evans' grandson,

and his noble steed, "Integrity," road the length was sleeping in the house.
************ He was awakened by the
d breadth of the kingdom
jousting with the Red alarm. lie rushed out and
ight from the Midlands and the Black Knight from On May 23 two cases of lost everything
j Northern Provinces in the first round of thetourna- 4 r.Te '" sue-' t flowers and plants from the

tnt, tok gain the honor of meeting the Black Kni ght Bahama Islands were flown to P**********
[ the final round for the hand of"Miss Tallahassee." London. They were used as
the first part of the floral decorationsat A mobile clinic, fully
Between and final rounds of the
nt. Westminister Abbey at a equipped, was sent to Cat
[ aspersions on special Flower Service May Island. A remodelled Dodge
; honor of the Red Knight and the Red Knight, honor 27, celebrating the 900th anniversary Mobile House, it is a gift to

und to avenge such insults, joined forces with the of the Abbey. Community Welfare from Mrs.

fiite Knight in the final rounds of the tournament and THREE ATTRACTIVE MEMBERS of the Cle,eland Carl Twitchell of New Jer-
Dr. Stephen
sey. George
rking on both flanks of the Black Knight sent him Call Post were treated to luncheon at the LeBras- Welfare ,
Community doctor
t wn to ignominous defeat. Now according to the serie Grill of the Versatile Motor Inn recently by Mer- John Kemp, a bartender, did the remodelling in Nas-,

les of the tournament the Red Knight is entitled to cury recording artist Jerry Butler who is waging a has been charged with the sau. When he is not at Cat

If the kingdom for fighting at the side of the vie- powerful war against club owners who refuse to support attempted murder of Russell Island the clinic will be

Jrious White Knight. Negro newspapers through advertising. From left to Franks. Kemp allegedly stabbed housed in a garage at the air-

While the White Knight and the Black Knight are right: Effie Young, entertainment editor; Anita Lewis Franks outside the Baha port at Arthur's Town.
[covering from their wounds of the Polk, fashion editor and Elsie ma Boat Club early Sunday
jousting, the Re d ; Butler (no relation to May 22. Kemp is in custody. ****.*****
night and his squires captured the "Round Table" Jerry), a member of the Call and Post advertising de-

thout unsheathing a sword. partment. Elsie has been appointed National Presidentof ********** Courtney Edgecombe, a

On the distant horizon (November) is a Purple Butler's gigantic fan club movement with headquarters well known carpenter, diedat

ight defiantly and boldly challenging the White at 58 E. Roosevelt Rd., Chicago, 111. The Call Dorothy Mae Cooper was his homw on May 13. He is

ight for the hand of the fair maiden "Miss Talla and Post, Ohio's top Negro newspaper, also has a acquitted' of manslaughter in survived by his wife, two
ssee."(to be continued) Cincinnati and a Columbus edition. (NPI Photo by the death of Neville Bowe bya sons, John and Frank; a
Supreme Court jury on May
Jimmy Gayle daughter, Agnes; a sister,
26. She was charged with Hilda Edgecombe and one
murder originally, but after :brother. Eustice. of Liberty
witnesses testified that she City, Fla.
stabbed Bowe with a kitchen i

OPEN SUNDAY knife while he was holding; ********.***
her by the throat, the change

was made. She was too happyto Israel Cleare, 56, died at
AUTO INSURANCE get out of court. Princess Margaret Hospital
********** May 14. lie is survived by a

Walton Lightbum, 78, diedat sister, Mrs. Agnes Stubbs,
SR 22's FILED the home of his son, Albert and a brother, Rufus Cleare

E- Z TERMS May 22. He is survivedby of Miami.
three sons, four daughters,
brother and four sisters.
Able Insurance Agency Inc. A 10-room frame building

tt ts..i/ ************ was completely destroyed by
D'S fire at Pinder's Point, Grand
FREE DELIVERY *>' DRUG 811 NW 54 St. 757-5724 In the Magistrate's Courtat Bahama May 15. The cause of
I IIIHH M !!! Freeport Grand Bahama, the fire has not been determined. -
0750 NW ISIh AVENUE Ilnrnld Jolllvrltr, Manager Theodore McKenny pleaded After the fire members of
OPEN SAT. & SUN. guilty on a charge of driving Oddfellows Lodge and Household
his car 90 mph. lie was fined of Truth went on their an-

$310 or three months in jail nual Thanksgiving Day pro-
and 13 days hard labor and cession.

ji I his driver's license suspended ************
for five years. Trouble is Mrs. Mabel
Why Not Have McKenny could have gone all died May 18 at Rassin Hospital -
over the osland in less than after
a long period of
an hour with less than half ilness. Her survivors are a
that speed- and no trouble. daughter, Mrs. Minerva Rich-

s ************ ardson, a son in New York,
Victor Clarke; two grand
f Thirteen Cubans were
arrested by armed police of the
A Supreme Court
Royal Police Force for allegedly -
victed Nathaniel Green of

Delivered to Your Home off fishing in Bahama waters manslaughter I1' the killingof
/ Inagua. They were broughtto Cecil Gr ay and he was
\ Nassau by Bahama Airways
sentenced on May 18 to 10
far la court hearing.
years in prison. The incident
occurred Jan. 20 at Paradise
,q ,, ;;?e- BY MAIL ************ Island. Both of them were
% More than 700 persons attended boatmen carrying passengers
the observance of between Prince George's
\ 3
Commonwealth Youth Sunday 'Wharf and Paradise Island.
e f EVERY 11lIDAYMORNING at Clifford Park, May 22. The The original charge was first

colorful display of uniformed i degree murder, but after the
w brigades, Boy Scouts and j jury considered Green's prev-
Cubs, Girl Guides and BrownIes i ious record, it was reduced to
Junior Red Cross and I r manslaught er.
others, was a thing of beauty.
The governor, Sir Ralph Gray, Eugene Culmer, 24, was
addressed the gathering. The 'killed in Eleuthera on May
Royal Bahamas Police Force 15, when the car in which he '
Band played for the occasion. was* traveling overturned on
1per 1 the road between Hatchet Bay
Ls tan ************
and James Cistern. He was anucisian
I: copy Vincent Fowler, whose car r of Palmetto Point
zig-zagged on the road at and was retaining from a soft

.....................r..rrr..a..s..a.. ..srss.rr Freeport, Grand Bahama May ball game at Hatchett Bay. He
.err..r = 6, because he was too boozed i is survived by his mother,

E ( ) 1 YEAR _$5.00 ( ) 6 MONTHS$3.00 was fined $280 by the court. Mrs. Gertrude Culme, two
His driver's license was also brothers, Martin and Washinlon. -
: Mall the Miami Times every week to: suspended for two months. .

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14 \ THE MIAMI tfMES( ; Friddy,"July11.j i 966'I. '

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I; .1 &rr W nn lt Jn Ctyurrfy undttg : :' .1

I I (. Episcopal District Laymen's Organization To '

I I, Wf Convene at Mf. Hermon A.M.E. ChurchBy

f presentative is asked to come I
F >y
prepared to serve on any |
SALTERS CHAPEL Bernice S. Henderson committee and take active
Public Relations
Director parts in the workshops. GREATER BETHEL

tf Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor
n Flossie Marshall, reporter Theme: "A Better church, > hor the convenience of WILL OBSERVE RED

f. A' Better World Through My those who are in dobut about CARPET DAY

p. The junior choir and Faithfulness." the correct route to the i

d usher board served all day Subject: "A Layman Leading church, take the Florida Turn- The $60,000 renovation
Sunday in the morning ser- by Faith." ihe
\ pike to Miami, there, take the program at Greater Bethel

vice. "Rev. Benson and brought chastising usa With these slogans herald- Palmetto Expressway No. 826, AME Church is progressing

very inspiring ing the forthcoming session of 9 Route 9 West to 22nd Ave. to the point where the officers
message which the we enjoyed.juniors' the Eleventh Episcopal District i1 ,, 22nd Ave. Turn right on 22nd and members plan to observe
; sponsored 3 p.m.an appreciation AME Laymen Organization Ave; go four blocks, turn left "Red Carpet Day the third

plans have been formulated to church. Sunday in July,when more than
for Mrs. Flossie
I program for entertaining this 570 square yards of red car-
Marshall, with Mrs. Annie It is the of the laymen -
M prayer
pet will be purchased at $6.50
convention by the South Florida '
9 Lee Gunter, supervisor. It Conference Laymen. that at the close of this per square yard by the mem-
l. P was a very beautiful program. REV. S. L. GAY meeting, they will have bers and auxiliaries as the

f' Mrs. Orien Adams was the Episcopal District Presi- Host pastor spearheaded a new Initiative, last item to complete the pro

main speaker, Miss Murial dent, Felix N. White, is calling tiding elder and Mrs. Irene L. and taken an aggressive.

I i' Ward sang "You'll Never all episcopal, conference, Taylor, South Florida Con- thrust ahead. It is hoped that ject.As a result of the damage

r Walk Alone," Rev. Benson district, local church officialsand BISHOP E. C. HATCHER ;ference lay president.As the task before them will be done by Betsy last year, the d

sang "The Rose." Poems every layman to be in attendance Presiding Prelate the laymen move forward to awaken high ideals and un- trustees were authorized by a n

e were recited by Christine at the nineteenth Park Drive, Opa-locka, Fla., into this session, they quenchable desires to achieve church conference to issue

I Bogan, Kristin Roberson, session of the Eleventh July 6-8, 1966, with Rev. S. lo so with a faith and understanding places of worthwhile useful- bonds to finance the repairsand

I Cythla Williams, Misses EPiscopal District Organization L. Gay, host pastor; Bishop that hold the moral ness in their churches and renovation of the 70-year-

I Gwendolyn, Bonnie and to be held at Mt. Hermon E. C. Hatcher, presiding prelate ,I elements of all the con- other societies in their com- old edifice, which leads the

a Wanda. Mrs. Marshall was. AME Church, 2245 W. Bunche ; Rev. J. A. Roberts, pre- ferences together Each re- munities. Eleventh Episcopal District'of ane'
beautiful gifts
r given many the AME Connection.
and a very beautiful bouquetof
red carnations by the The Rev. Sylvester A.
children and she was crownedas
LIBERTY CITY PRESBYTERIANRev. equipment for air conditioning
their queen. Muriel ward
Pulpit Aid Board,
the upper and lower audito
\ and Christine Bogan were in Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor
Mrs. M. E. Stevens president
W. F. Savoy, pastorWe riums is now being installed
r attendance as the Laides in Annie Whipple, reporter will a at Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor
sponsor program
I and roof have
nice crowd was in hope to see all of our A new ceiling
\ waiting. A 3:30: p.m. Sunday. Friends are Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter
f been put in and other general
this the first
u attendance. Hard labor reaps bountiful invited. members on

4 At the evening service, reward. The men of Antioch The Lord's Supper will be Sunday in the month, as we The chairman, co-chairman, improvements have been com

't p Rev. Claudia Dixon brought labored hard and Men's Day administered during the observe the sacrament together director, pastor and members pleted. When the stained glass

!. the message "The Highway of climaxed the harvesting of morning and evening servicesand gether. This Sunday evening, wish to thank each and every windows are put in and the

Holiness". theirr rewards. The theme: the choirs will sing at 7:30: p.m., we will have our one of you for making our painting is done, we will lay

Steward Board No. 1 held "God Wants a Man with Zeal," jointly. monthly Christian Education Youth Day successful. Although the carpet. We hope to make

their monthly meeting along was used byDea. J.Reynolds, Temple-ites are busy making Workshop.We we did not reach our the purchase by the third
with the pastor. Plans were morning speaker and Dea. C. are enjoying our sum goal of $1,000, we did raise Sunday or soon thereafter.
preparation to
made for a forth coming rally W. Butler, evening speaker as mer Bible study series with $777.25. In the short length of The idea of each member and
Sunday School and Train-
between the women and the topics for their messages. the pastor and members of the time that we had to work, I auxiliary purchasing one or
Ing of
men. Both speakers, giving such Congress St. Mary's W. M. Church on think the young people of the more square yards of carpetwas

Calling all children to inspiring and soul-searching Coast Association, which Tuesday evenings at 7:30. church need to be congratulated initiated by Rev. F. J.
convenes July 1217. Hicks assistant minister of
attend Bible Class each even- messages, proved they are Condolences to Mrs. for a fine job well done. ,
Mr. Fred Hepburn, a faith-
ing at 5. Mrs. Annie Gunter men of God with an ardent ful member of No:, 1 choir, returned Rachel Perry and Mrs. Rhoda To our speakers Frances the church.

will be in charge for the zeal. The program was en- from Nassau last week ,Lowe, and the other membersof Young and Eva Deveaux, may

summer, there will be lots of joyed by all.We commend you all aglow. It was his first, the bereaved family, at the God bless you. FIRST BAPTIST ,j
fun. Men of Antioch.The loss of their father. The funeral We would like to invite you
visit in
Prayer meeting will begin men wish to thank all The men years.are preparing fora will be held at st. to attend our prayer servicesfor Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor

each Wednesday evening at guests and friends partakingin "Trip Around the Country"late Mary's W. M. Church,Saturdayat our revival which started The officers and members of
8. their day, showing that 2 P.m. Monday June 27 thru July 1
in the First
July. Other activitiesare Opa-locka
they too are some of God's in the making. The women We are in the midst of many Preaching will begin July 4.,invite you to help celebrate ,I
zealous workers. The men summer activities. Congratu- Rev. B. W. Chambers will be:with them
week of
have pledged to back them all a appreciation -
SINAI also ask that their friends and lations to those who are the revivalist.
the way for Men's Day. our pastor, Rev. W. J.
guests feel free to call upon helping the church to move Macon. '

Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor them at any time for their forward. And we extend the Beginning on Tuesday

.. Dorothy Chancy, reporter support when needed. spirit and words of welcomefor TRANSFIGURATION night, July 5th with a musical
Baptism will be held everyone to join us in our
MT. CARMELRev. and
Sunday is the day off Sunday after morning service workmanship for Christ. Fr. Elisha Clarke, J'r.,vicar ,program continuing on
Wednesday night, with ser- I
Holy Communion, let us all
church, 1940 Lincoln st., Opa D. A. Bradley, pastor
of, :rR: come and partake of Christ's Locka. Louise McGriff The St. Veronica's Chapterof vices in charge of Rev. T.
reporterWe the Episcopal Church- ,Johnson of St. John Baptist

'i body.Time is fast fleeting and had a wonderful time women is sponsoring a Nightof 'Church.

before long many of our friends Sunday morning in Sunday CHURCHES OF Games on Friday, July

won't be able to sit and sup School and throughout the CHRIST SCIENTIST"Look 1, at the home of Mrs. Clara
with us at the holy earthly GREATER morning service. The pastor Wilcox, 16301 NW 22nd Ct., C

table of the Lord. This should MACEDONIARev. delivered a wonderful sermon. unto me, and be ye Opa-locka. There wi1be\ D

remind man of today that we The willing workers club saved, all the ends of the games and refreshmentssold. g

are on our way to a better Roscoe Jackson, pastoi r had a great anniversary and earth: for I am God, and thereis The public is cordially i. pace and we should be readyto Willie J. Beard, reporter wishes to thank each and none else." invited. Time is 8:00 P.m. x a

go. But there is a questionI'm everyone who helped them. This will be the Golden Mrs. Eugene Brown is chair- c

going to put before you, if The president, officers and Rev. Sims of New Hope Baptist Text for a lesson-Sermon on man.The
you.today were asked to take members of the Male Chorus Church delivered a great the Subject "God" to be readat E.Y. C. is sponsoring
successfully closed out their an all day car wash on Satur-
or go to see a message. all Christian science church
first anniversary on lastSunday. The day, July 2, on the church's
good movie, which would you evening message was services this Sunday.
take? Little do we realize They wish to thank delivered by a visiting minister Related readings from the grounds, 15260 NW 19th Ave.,

that the holy communion, may each and everyone who supported Rev.Hicks from Savannah, denominational textbook in- Opa-locka. There will also bea elw.

truly be our last supper. Let them. Ga. clude these lines: God is the sale. You can eat while w.an

us pray for God to give us The pastor wishes to thank The Deaconess invite you infinite, and infinity never you wait. They promise a anAl

strength, grace and the cou- the Male Chorus and some of to their anniversary beginning began, will never end, and professional job. H\

rage to stand for that which is the members for accompany the Friday night before the includes nothing unlike God." th
ing him to Zion Hope M. B. third Sunday in July and end
All welcome to attend
right.Our REV. W. J. MACON
fondest wish is to have Church to close out their the third Sunday afternoon. services Sun. 11 a.m., wed. PILGRIM REST M B.

our pastor Rev. S. A. Thomas first Men's Day. We truly hada The 4th of July, there will 8 p.m. The Reading Room is Rev. James C. Nelson, Pastor Thursday night services in

with us on Sunday morning. glorious time in the Lord be a barbecue sale at the open to the public Monday & Sis. Mamie Laster, Reporter charge of Rev. A. Oriffen, m

Let us pray that God give and the Holy Ghost was truly church in behalf of the women. Friday, 1 to 3 p.m., wed. 6 to Shiloh Baptist Church, Fri UI

him strength. Mrs. Missouri present. Please come by and help them. 7:45 P.m. Fifth Church of The spirit was high day night, Rev. I. C. Mickinsof 0tt

Doster has returned home from Thought for the week: The Our pastor's anniversarywill Christ, Scientist is located at throughout the day at our Mt. Olivette Baptist tti!

the hospital.Let us ask God'sblessings family that prays together, be on Monday night. We 1600 NW 54th Street.FRIENDSHIP. church, Our pastor delivereda Church, Sunday afternoon at i!

i for her and other stays together. are asking you to come and stirring message both morning 3:30: p.m. Rev. J. E. Stephenson -

i members who are sick or be with us. Let's make this and evening.We Antioch Baptist Church,

shut-in. Pray for prayer night a great success. extend a hearty wel- and ending on Sunday night C
changes things. with Rev. A. D. Hall of Ebe-
come to each of you to worship 01
i ZION HOPERev. nezer Methodist Church.
with us at all times. All

P. Freeman, pastor Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Continue to pray for the pastors will be accompaniedby

BETHLEHEMRev. Sis. E. Jackson, reporter Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter sick and shut ins. their respective choirs.
We are looking forward to 11'r

Oscar West, pastor Services were spiritual];V Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Sunday, we expect our seeing you. 11'I I

Gloria Howard, reporterSunday's high at Zion Hope on Sunday,' Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporter pastor to preach night and ST. LUKE BAPTISTThe (
We had two able preachers,i day. Also July 13, we are ;
wer 1 Prayer meeting for UK 1 asked Sunday School andB. ATTENTIONCHUflCH
All auxiliaries are tot looking forward to young
high in spirit at the HolyGhost's revival meeting will T. U. Congress is coming
Headquarters. | make their monthly report Sunday Matrons anniversary.We REPeflTERfi ,
''Monday night after the first t morning. No. 1 Choir will are so happy that so with us this year, we are expecting t
Choir No. 2 will present a i Sunday in July.The Rev. J. B
sick members are approximately 500
begin their anniversary July many of our oi
Night Under the Stars a I McCrary of sarosota will b e; and some are able delegates. We are asking the Church n.ws, for', publication i,
Crandon Park on July 9, here July 11 to preach for twc, 21st thru 24th. improving service.We good people of this communityto In Hi* currant w..k's
There will be a tea given come back to !Illu.
1'$ weeks. Everyone is invited. must .. Invening.
from 4 to 9 p.m. donation our allies
t \ by the No. 1 Choir Sunday, are still praying for take delegates. The con-
$1.00. Don't forget to pray for the ar lat.rlban 7 .'clock Moneloy -
from July 17th. other sick. We are always gress convenes July 18 through
On the fourth Sunday is the sick and shut-ins. 4 to 6 p.m. our visitors Publication f
have our 23.
5 church's anniversary. Let us The pastor says thanks to, We are still asking your happy to further information news' received. after that (
For ,
the men for a fine Men's Day continuing prayers for our each Sunday. tlwa.cannot be
not forget our sick and shut- guaranteed.
s pastor and all sick, shut-ins Come to church, have youi call 696-7322 or 696-5212. f > ,<.
ins. program. Thanks to our and bereaved families. faith lifted. Rev. P. W. Williams is pastor. } -. ... ', ft.
visitors, and do, come again,,.

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-g Hair Spray. fire Kills 2 Babies "'"

(Continued from page 1) son, of 14320 NW 21 Ct., saw four-twho were with an'aunt in
the flames and called the
laid Liberty City.
down on the couch and
went to sleep himself. lie
Dinson rushed out and ,
was tired."
pounded on the Gallimore
Opa-locka police Sgt. W. F. door, then he smashed the Phone: 634-1444
W. F. McKinney said the
laundry jalousie window and pulledout
apparently was still ANN'S
baby Paul who was already -
hot enough to cause gas in the dead', Mrs. Dinson said. GUEST HOUSEClean
can to expand and seep out
Aroused by the Dinson's
of the push-button nozzle cries, Gallimore rushed "in- << cool rooms for your
since the can itself did not to the bedroom and pulled out convenience"A

explode. They theorized that the older boy and put him on
the inflammable gases and the coach, not knowing the Friendly Place to
the spray itself started the baby had been taken out of Meet Your Friends"
fire. the window. He went back to
The fire apparently get him," his wife said. 3059 NW 45 STREETMr.

smouldered for some time, The Gallimores have T., Prou..
police said. It was 11:15: be- three other children-Rosalyn, I

fore a neighbor, James Din; eight; Walter, six and Lory,



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arriving in Charlotte, North Carolina for the National Sunday School

lid Baptist Training Union is Dr. J. H. Jackson, president, National Baptist Con- I'I'1t'iiEASY

[ntion U. S. A., Incorporated. r

Reading from left to right are: Rev. W. H. Bell, Louisville, Kentucky, Rev. TERMS ?

hedford Johnson, Miami, Florida; Dr. E. D. Billups, Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Dr.

J, j. Jemison, Baton Rouge, Lousiana; Rev. J. A. White, General Convention chair- fwv.

Ian, Charlotte, North Carolina; Rev. 0. L. Shererilo, Raleigh, North Carolina and

lev. B. C. McCaskill, Hillsborough, North Carolina.

i' JULY 4th BELL

RINGING .qy: R01 'Hi.oe .. ,
.t. fryp'rynkr ?;

i .
will be a Bell Ringing

Celebration on the Sweet-

ing Estate, 2148 NW 4th Street,

t jra Ft. Lauderdale Fla., July 4,
starting at 12 o'clock. A r
special bell has been installedfor
this occasion.We :

are asking that parents

please bring their children to !. 4, w GORGEOUS
participate in this affair. The WITH ROOM
0 .
ringing of the bells will be a cr Ger peus ZPc. SUITE!
symbol of freedom and justicefor ,: antnn.r( tail d.coretor.arm suit. with
ce buer.
all. We are asking that sO'ru 2 / 2
f. tobl.,, unnJnO ,
% coc yloil ,
each attendant please ring nd 2pillow,. fablo
the bell during this occasion.We tiw Choic o/colon, QQ
have been asked by our I '

mayors' of Broward and Dade
Counties to ring the bells for
this Fourth of July occasion.

There will also be a feast of ''f J
hot dogs, watermelons and ig !
.4 lemonade for the attendants.The _
affair is being spon- t A i kIF
sored by the Sweeting Estate.
Mmes. Alberta Ailer, Ruby
Posey and Mary Walker will
be in charge.



June, the month of ,. r .
Shown of Bethlehem BEDROOM r. ,
the Baptist
are 1966 graduates weddings! My wife attendedtwo
I Church with a visiting graduate. Standing, left to right, in this past marry monthof BIG\ .f US BEDDING\ x

Delores Williams, Vivian Williams, Navada Fitzpatrick, June. AS an old hand SUITE\ fAMO\ with ,"o k"e""O"\ \ faro \ /
b.01111I comfort
I graduates of Northwestern and sitting Gloria Howarda (married 32 years,) I have Tranl10rm YO and d.luK' ",oel..n,,'"I ; /1g; ;

graduate of Miami Edison. May these young ladies made these observations on 01.b.alll+?r r\ir1, .r' tI.,1 or pa and $119otelr. ,
institution of mar- IP.ing
I continue to climb the educational ladder of success. riage the great; ..,. "mattreu..codboarel'd 2 I\.p ng pl. TF110'

Every bride wishes to be \ ',

tyoman's Hurst ChapelWoman's well groomed.
Day at
.Most women desire to YOUR CREDIT

Day at Hurst Chapel travel down the bridal path KITCHEN

A.M.E. Church, Perrine, with a work horse. .". "' WITH 01 GROUPING
Each is seeking a stable WITH US Top INsERW
was a completely spiritually / RE
Alien and financially. Mrs. Thelma oats.husband-one who knows : f Purcho". Pc. til"n.worn din.y'
[ was crowned "Mrs. d with I.r
Hurst Chapel" for raising -To such as these girls, roo", OU'i,.con,. wh.n
|the highest amount. the altar is a hitching post. $2900
They all agree that the
most beautiful music 1 is that
Mrs. Sallie Carline, our
which is induced by the
I morning speaker, was very .r
I uplifting to everyone. Our appearence of a is wedding where two WE CARRY OUR OWN ..
own Mrs. Leen ette Pennington, '
peoples' lives are altered at ACCOUNTS. YOU PAY
the evening speaker, was very 4
| inspiring.The the altar. She changes her .k DIRECTLY TO
and he changes his way z '
name tuuSTaaTto '
of life.
members of Hurst Love is the law of attrac-
J Chapel wish to thank everyone tion. For those belles who
| for the cooperation.Let ap-peal, wedding bells will

us not forget our young ..... .. -A happy marriage is one WORLD
I men serving in the Armed in which each wins the other's
Forces: Dan Cooper, Ft. REV. AND MRS. ALLEN love. Thus their two heartsare
Germing, Qa., also :Milton won.
| Greene. MT. CALVARYRev. -A wedding is the spring
Mrs. Thelma Allen wishes Samuel Atchison, pastor into the sea of matrimony. As 5108 M.W. Tth Avt. 80SN.E.I7SthSt. On.Thi-"Trail" 223 S.W. First Avt.
l< thank their interest lies in each Opposite Shell's City CrntrNE.IthAv*. J.W.Ith St.Cor.27th Are. 1 Ilk.Se..olur4mi'i
friends and relativesof will be sales on CLOSED SUNDAY CLOSED SUNDAY
There other, they'll never have to
|In Orlando for their support' Friday and Saturday at the float a-lone.

helping her win the crown.A following places: Friday and, SHOP, BUT SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY!
Saturday on the church lot, ? ,
thought tor today: "It corner of 62nd St. and 11th fill"'" r
|We are Christians, let us not and Saturday night at FAMILY TO
God.ashamed" to stand up for the home of Mrs. Catherine CHURCH. SUNDAY SAT. 91.6-SUN. lit. 6pictured

Parker, 2000 NW 55th Terr. .
Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor You are welcome to stop and '"
Jean Townsend, reporter buy something.

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t 116 'THE MIAMI I TIMES I Friday. W) 1.1966'

', ) Dade ': $School Wins*
teen'sof System .
tt .

\ I National Pacemaker Award

! pourri The sixth annual cycle of
Shakespearean drama will be

sr. The National Education many school children from presented at the Universityof

By Btttishtba. E. Dton Association and Parade Magazine non-English backgrounds. A Miami Ring Theatre July

d have tapped Dade's Forced to conform to an edu- 12- U& 7.

school system for the 1966 cational pattern geared com 5he southern Shakespeare
i -----------------.w.w'\\ National Pacemaker Award in pletely to English speaking, Repertory Theatre, composedof

w What are some of the important decisions that you Florida. children, many fall behind, UM drama department per-

P will have to make? It is now time that we begin making School Superintendent Joe grow discouraged and give up. P aonnel and associates, will
Hall is scheduled to receive present six performances eachof
decisions. Remember of
l> our own some these decisions
the award at a luncheon at "Macbeth," "The Winter's
could possibly determine whether we will be a success *
t 12:15 p m. Thursday, June Tale," "Coriolanus," and
failue in the future.
: or
30 at the FontainebleauHotel. "Midsummer Night's Deam.
,I n Because we are capable of making many of our own CARVER NEWS These classic tragediesand

f decisions we should not think that we know everything.P The Dade County School comedies will entertain

In fact, we should encourage others advice. Sometimes System was nominated for the SUMMER PROGRAM Brenda Marie Joseph,niece audiences alternately every

ti others advice will help us in taking the right step for. award by the Florida State The Summer* program is pf Mr. and Mrs. Clarence night except Monday for four
Department of Education for a still going on at the YMCA Tatum of 1599 NW 57th St., consecutive weeks.Singleprogram .
ward or prevent us from turning in the wrong direction.
weeks of
three-fold program: (1) Deve- and we have eight more was a recent graduate tickets are
; Others older than we are have experienced more than we lorjment of the Miami Linguistic to go. We are asking the pa- Lowery High School inDonald- available for Sundays, Tues-

i have. Usually the advice they give us will be most helpful Readers, a series o f rents'to please send or bring sonville La. days and Wednesdays at

; to us. 17 texts for students who their children to the Y. Registration Miss Joseph was valedictorian $2.50; Thursdays, Fridays and

i although we should appreciate others trying to help know little or no English is still open. The of the class and received -. Saturdays at $3. Students un-

: us in making decisions. There are some decisions that (2) Coral Way Elementary fee is $5.00 for the first week the following awards: der 16 are admitted for $2.

? we must make ourselves. When making important deci- School, believed to be the na- for non-members and $4.00 "Top Ten" Medal, Orambling Season tickets are priced $7
\ tion's first public bilingual per week for remaining weeks. Merit Certificate, Ascension to $10.
sions should remember to consider and examine the
we For'YMCA members it is $4.00
P school and (3) Spanish S- Parish Education Association Mail orders can be addres-
f thing,.we.decide on. When making a decision we should courses in Spanish for native per wee The Branch is scholarship, Anthony Julien sed to Box 8273, University

o ask ourselves these questions: speakers of the language. planning a beach party on & Sons Farm Award,Businessmen -, of Miami,Coral Gables 46, Fla.
1' 1. Is this the best choice that I can Make? NBA officials cited the'Friday, July 1F for the stu- scholarship Southern

F f 2. Am I capable of handling the required responsibilities schools system's "imaginative dents. Time 94. This par- Bell Telephone science play

of this decision? program of bilingual instruc ty is for the celebration of the que, Frank Noel Memorial 1
*f tion"developed in response to 4th of July since we will be award, American Chemical to the hospital.
3Is this a decision that I will be proud of; and,
J' the Cuban influx in terming it closed on that day. The swim- Society award, Merit certificate Orange Bowl ticket offices
1 will others be proud of ,it? a national "pacemaker." ming class began June 29. in Mathematics, science,I at the stadium will be open

J 4. Will this decision help in my future plans? "We are certainly pleased Time is 11:15 to 12:05.Northwestern. social studies and English., daily beginning June 30 for

t Sometimes we make decisions to please others, when i I that while doing a grass- exchange of tickets to avoid
_, .
r we should be pleasing ourselves. Such decisions may roots juu! '- ui meeting what wo me" last minute rush the night

lead to failure. We know that we are not college material considered a major need in of the show. Persons who planto
Dade County we have made a Band In Fourthof attend advised to come
) i yet we go to,college to be along with our friends. Some- are
national contribution
to edu- early as some 35,000 attended -
times we are forced in making decisions by parents. This ciation Mrs. Roberts chair-
last year and another huge
Bowl ShowAn
July Orange
is a bad practice. man of the Board of Public crowd is expected.

Remember to make wise decisions,. decisions that Instruction, declared of the aerialist
I performing ins to Julian Cole, First
award. "In nearly metropolitan -
; may help you to be prosperous in your future plans. area there every are 'high above the Orange Bowl, Assistant Barker, who is producing

: I on a trapeze hanging from alighted the show.

dI I helicopter, will be one The show will promptly

of the top attractions for the at 7:30 p.m. and last two''
Fourth of July celebration at hours.
Nun Heads Cu/mer/ Center SOUTH the bowl. r

The big attraction will be
The aerialist, one of the
DADE NEWSSunday world's greatest, is Peter the fireworks, and there will*
Head Start ProgramSister Rehlinger of Germany, makinghis be marching and playing by

first U. S. appearancehere. Northwestern High school
1 band, twirling by the Bill
Marie Infanta Gon- Oblate Sisters of Providence, services at Mt. t
zales, a nun, is the new director R. I., which has its head- Mori ah Baptist Church, Per- "This should be truly sen- Allen twirlers, antics by MahiJ,'

of the Culmer Day Care quarters in Baltimore. Last rine, were very inspiring, At ,sational," declared George Shrine clowns, music by the
Mac Lean,.. chairman of the S rock and roll trio
Center, which is qui rem en ,
operated by summer she organized and 3 p.m.the Rev. Wade preahced
celebration and Chief and other
Barkerfor acts.
Dade County Economic Op- directed a Head Start schoolin the sermon. The various
portunity Program Inc. on NW Washington, D. C. boards were present. President -the Variety Club which with Among those who will be
Southeast Florida Dairy
11th St. and 5th Ave. Carrie Lue Firson was honored guests are wounded Smlllnsf Eddie Lee Pitt-
Upon the request of Miami Institute is sponsoring the July Vietnam man popular local businessman -
She la a member of the Bishop Coleman, she very happy over the success. veterans.
was Fourth event. Proceeds go to is the new own-
chosen by the sisters to head The night message was delivered Admission again this year
r Variety Children's Hospital er of the Dive-Inn Bar,
the Culmer Center. by the pastor, the will be a dairy ticket, obtain- 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
Sister Marie is native of Rev. w. C. Edcarwho preached The celebration this year able free at food and dairy 091-9431. He invites: all
Carver a out of his soul. Those who will be two hours of "fun, stores and from milk deliverymen his old friends to come
New Orleans. She is cautiousin were not present missed a''Frolic and fireworks," accordto plus a 50 cent donation and meet new friends.
speaking of her plans for treat. May God ever guide
"r the which has ,
Ranches It school center children. 36 per- and bless him.

I" ; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stringer Camp Challenge, Florida
"My responsibility is to
: News celebrated their 43rd wedding Easter Seal Camp, for 10 ""
see that the children
are pre- Call
t anniversary on June 27 at 5 days. John has neither feet
pared to enter school with
< -6y Walter Bow p.m. They were parents of 12 nor hands. He was happy for
I confidence. This is not justa children and have 41 grand the trip. His grandmother,
I' The pastor and members of glorified CHARLESROGERS
Greater Mt. Zion AMB Church, baby-sitting opera- children. The oldest grandis Mrs. Rosie Lue Thomas, the
tion i
she said.
driver, was accompanied by
West Hollywood, wish to announce 17.On
with joy that their The new director is a Sunday morning at 2, John's brother, Runnie Rogers -
l beloved Bishop Clifford graduate of Xavier Universityin John Thomas, one of the, Mrs. Gussie Payne and

Eugene Hatcher, D.D., Ll.D., New Orleans with a mas- handicaps of, Perrine. went Mr. Lloyd Horton.
... .. ,..,. ,
will deliver the dedication ter's degree from Catholic r no.
sermon at 8 p.m. Tuesday, University. She has taught at ,-*, fL -

July 5 at 18th St. and 50th Xavier's Junior School of Central Life Insurance Co.

Ave. The community is In- Music and a Catholic Girls'

vited. Rev. J. A. Roberts, Academy in Baltimore.She Of Florida For A Good Buy on

presiding elder; Rev. W. C.
Grant, pastor. said thatstaff membersof ANNOUNCES A Piano
the Culmer Day Care Cen- Organ
The Starlight Lodge No. ter are teaching children from

542 meets Friday, July 1 at poverty homes the basic Scott Stereoor
the Masonic Hall. All members skills for school-how to lis- POLICY

please be present. C. Johnson ten, follow directions, com- Hospitalization Coverage furnished on the
W.M. municate and get along with Orchestra
other children and adults. monthly or weekly premium basis.

South Broward VFW Post Some of the teachers are being --------- Instruments

No. 8195 meets Sunday, July trained for reassignment to Ages Covered-six months to 65 years 0 f
3at 5:30: P.m. at 4816 SW centers to be opened soon. inclusive.
17th St., West Hollywood.
Y EOPI's day care programis
Members please
t present. --------
Folia Boyd, commander; expected to handle about Contract Covers all hospital expenses includ-
1,000 pre-school youngsters-
Charles Hart, adjutant.Mr. .
most of them children of ing ambulance services, daily hospital room

and Mrs. Verdell working parents. benefits, surgery and miscellaneous expen-
: 'k', Robinson are proud parents of ses.
., '. a baby boy born Monday, June
27 at 2:15 p.m. at Memorial
I Hospital in Hollywood. Their Post hospital benefits are available for
''Any, wh... lit the world a
son weighed six pounds, nine .ycb went to go" small extra premium.

ounces. The Robinsons are :lltKm ('Off ----------
residents of New Liberty
City. NO MORE ATNOVfflff Our hospital coverage is flexible in orderto

meet individual family income and needs.

Mrs.' Eleanor V. Bowe has
been vacationing in New See
the 11MY&L 4UHf/J our representative today in your com-
'york for past ten days,
visiting relatives. she will return munity for additional information.
'"Yowr Neighborhood Trawl.Ag.nts"
home on Friday, July 1. I
Star of Bethlehem
s. A. noor to you as your FLORIDA
Baptist Church, West Hollywood tafrphone.. Civ us a call. "YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY- NW 54th St. & N W 3rd AWl. PL 1.7503
I Rev. I. W. Hepburn, W. .dollfor. 1104 NW 3rd Or
r pastor, will celebrate its Av. PR. .98451. Chut. C. HOME OFFICE TAMPA FLORIDA 2010 Biscayne Blvd. Miami FR 70401In

1 first anniversary July 5-10. North,;Man og.r.. Broward Call JA 2-5131 or visit

.f Services every night at 8. The "111: "" :',;, I DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE 1103 East Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale JA 5-3716
public is invited.



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_THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 1, 1966

Speanng with........ I

'r '\- ...... Looking the

,, .'/.I,.-, ',-;" Ii I SPORTSWORLD ..

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Jones, a local boy, 6'5" tall, age 23, has been I AJ'IJL w 1 braw SUMMER BE SAFE WITH FUN

oxing professionally for two years and has cornea The glorious season of summer is with us again;
has had 10 fights and
lie them
won all-9
ong way. h and although the major ingredient, the sun has been
knockouts, one decision. Born in Princeton, Fla., his
substituted for rain, there is much evidence that we
dad passed away, mother still living, whom he takes are frolicking in the midst of the good ole summertime.This .
care of.He has two brothers and two sisters. Al is the ; season, which basically has fun as its

(oldest.He has taken the measures of all the Johnsons, trademark, ironically Is the one that brings more
I Willie, Chip and Duke, who at one time were making heartache and pain to those who do not govern them-
headway, and in the limelight. Chip was one of the selves with the rules of safety. ",
best looking prospects and Al took his measure in a Little heed is given to caution when we are too
I recent fight. He is a main event attraction. Al right 1T taken on with our activities, it is then that the unwanted
(now is the best drawing card around. Jones boxes the visitor, disastor pokes his head in and spoilsall
main event July 5 against the hard punching Levi the fun to be had. The records show that the ac-

Forte, 10 rounds at the Miami Beach Auditorium. tivities mentioned below have the greatest percentageof
mishaps, hoping this would incite impetuses
Levi started his pro career in 1961. Since then he has
against these careless flaws that do occur while
had 30 fights, won 28, 8 ko's 2 draws and lost 8.
I Levi is 25-years of age. This fight should be a war. I 'I'f I Ii i wholesome recreation is the intent. We urge you to
take caution as your back seat driver on an extended
advise our sports readers not to miss it.
motor trip. At the beach, pool, or old swimming hole,
,.. be sure of the margin of safety and observe the rules.
BOXING Good fishing is mentally relaxing; don't get too relaxedto

Levene is now boxing deputy chief of the A star sure to shine in the fourth forget your position.A good hard played strenuous
tional Bowling Tournament of the game may supply all the exercise you need; but thereis
Miami Beach Commission. Ben, formerly with the New
York State Athletic Commission is capable in this 17 at Cloverleaf Lanes, is Sonny a chance, that over exertion can come to a person,
league champ from Bermuda. Last who does not engage in exercise daily.
field of sports. I have known Ben for over 50 years
was the youngest contest in the .,
and I have great regard:> for him.
and teammate Hank Corrado finished TERRELL'S WIN POINTSTO

Jim Brady, former bantamweight in the early men's doubles. The tournament is CLAY
twenties, has a stable of fighters. His big attraction is City of Miami and Metropolitan Dade
will be free admission, free parking Ernie Terrell, the
Sugar Cliff, welterweight champ of the Bahamas.
Sugar was quite a drawing card around these parts not throughout the five-day event. fighting song and dance
Bureau photo. man, made sweeter music
so long ago. 1'R
and did a lovelier dance
New manager of the 5th St. Gymn is Gil Strong.He .
Tuesday night in stopping
trains quite a few of the boys who work out there. from
Doug Jones infringingon
The gymn is picking up some good talent that will be the little private kingdom -
headlining around here in the near future. he domains as heavy

weight champion of World
MARLINS NOTESThe r f Boxing Association.

Marlins have started the second half of their ----. ---
schedule. Bill Demars has promised you fans a greatly The WBA as universal as it sounds has no great
improved ball club. As we all know, it takes time to power of influence, and is not recognized outside of
get a team the way you expect it. These boys are all 633625&I its own small cliche; this fact is embedded in the
mind of their self who has
appointed heavyweight,
young, therefore we look forward to a winning second
half. himself referred to Cassius as the heavyweight King;
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE remarking that "Clay doesn't deserve the champion
ship. A champ, he said, should be one that kids can
Thursday, June 30, Marlins vs Tampa at 7:30 p.m. look up to and admire, he's forfeited their respect."
Friday, July 1, Marlins vs Tampa at 7:30; Saturday, The irony of the whole situation now that Terrell has
July 2, Marlins vs St. Pete at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, July closed out Jones, is that he lumes greatly as the best ,
3, Marlins vs St. Pete at 6:30 p.m. opponent for Clay if he can prove himself divested
enough from his leftest friends.Clay meanwhile taking
Willie May 6, the slugging outfielder with theS. advantage of the reprieve his Louisville draftboard is
F. Giants, has just passed Ted Williams home run extending his nomadically prancing over Europe, being
record of 521. Willie hit his 523rd home run againstthe careful to keep his fighting away from Viet N am.PRESAY .

534.DOLPHIHTHUMBHAILSKETCHES Cards. Willie is chasing Jimmy Fox's record of ,

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1Y congratulates her husband, Alonzo, for : 4628 NW 27 AVE.
d f Watchmakers team to victory in the I
Wheelchair Games in New York City.

War veteran, will be a member of the U. NE 59275We
tered in the 25-nation International
opens July 26 in London, England.More
capped athletes from 24 states competed specialize in hand finished shirts.
Wheelchair Games for
-- vying places on
ALPHONSE DOTSON' JOHN HOLMES U. S. team. Wilkins, who is a native of Satisfaction Guaranteed
North Carolina and a self-employed I .
255 22 '
Alphonse Dotson, defensive tackle, 6-5. ,
years old, Grambling. First future choice of Chiefs in competed annually in the National
'64 draft Participated in '65 College AllStarand since they were launched in 1957. Free Pick Up and Delivery

also All-America game. On reserve for year because .
I of injuries Good speed and toughness |from March 4 through April 27.
I Hometown is Houston, Texas. The previous mark of $4,966,135.40 Rev. W. M. Slater, Owner
John Holmes, defensive end, Florida A&M, 6-2 j 1965. Gulfstream's 1966 record boasted the
248,22 years old, from Savannah, Georgia. extreme- t track's: total contribution to the State to$
l ly quick good pass rusher hard work made ,since it opened in 1944.SEWING.
him an outstanding player at Florida A&M many _
Physical assets. \\Dugles Guest Houses

Dolphin Coach Les Bingamin gave this report on MACHINE"REPAIR
and also Th. house of unusual rooms
Holmes: I watched this boy spring of 65
fall in '65. Had several visits with him. A real fine SPECIAL" "Keep us In mind"A

individual. Impressed me with his agility and speed. Cleaned & Oiled b.tt.r place Seeing, wi U challenge believing you to find I
Real reactions. Hard
strong type and also has quick *Adjust Tensions The accommodations you rec.lveYou
Worker. Real coachable and does a fine job of rushing find only In this brother
Needle Belt Total Cost
Free &
Passer. I am impressed with his ability and, I feel a
fine prospect in him. *Check all Wiring OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
*1 Year GuaranteeAll 2941 N.W. 41111 STREET 634-3851


Gulfstream Park generated a record $5,079,588.40for CALL 634-6242 OR Always :a friend \ .
the State treasury during its 1966 meeting that ran

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) 18 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday July 1 1966 '
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:" .rr.' : ...- "' t: ARRAIGNMENT Of 27 POMPANO

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j Arraignments of 27 Negroes case will be four Negro relations between the involved
charged with last attorneys: Jesse McCray, Al- parties be formed."
Tuesday night's riot in Pom- cee Hastings, George Allen Edward Tucker, community
pano Beach was postponed and Thomas Reddick. service officer, said South
Saturday by Municipal Court The Rev. Theodore Gib- Florida Bishop Coleman F.
Wp Judge Harry Fischer to July son, federal representative, Carroll has expressed his
i 16. was present Saturday and said, concern about Pompano's \
Defense Counsel Stead- Washington has requested that racial disturbance.
man Stahl asked for the he observe the situation and 'It will be my job to keep I
x ,1 postponement so he could be furnish them with a complete the diocese and the bishop
n furnished with a docket of report. informed on events here. Andto
nf. charges against the de fen "I'm also here to offer any see whether or not justice I
f.p r dants. assistance-in the hope good is carried out." I,
d } Stahl motioned Saturdaythat
Fischer drop the charges c,
of disorderly conduct and Ih
unlawful assembly against the
.. : defendants, and said he need- HOME BUYERSNO A
ed two weeks to investigatethe
case thoroughly.He


: will probe every legal BUY TODAY MOVE IN TOMORROW a

P .I' ; ..... ."' ', phase of the charges brought It
against his clients, he said.
And he'll investigate the 168 NW 47th St. . . $350 down h
o The Festival of Stars, Inc., in keeping with its motto "Education, Health, b
1' Citizenship," awarded their first annual scholarship to Miami Dade Junior College constitutionality riot law of permitting the present 929 NW 49th St. . . $450 down fl

p for the fall and winter term on June 2, at Miami Northwestern Senior High School. police to exert any force 1904 NW 90th St. . . $450 down s

The proud recipient of their annual scholarship is Ronald Ingram, a graduating deemed necessary to subduea 1762 NW 152nd St. . $350 down s
S senior and top student of Miami Northwestern Senior High School. disturbance. v

e? The Festival of Stars, Inc., is a Florida corporation for profit engaged in real He will request that Judge ALL CBS ALL LESS THAN RENT :(1
y estate and business investments. They have recently acquired an 18,200 square Fischer furnish him a bill of
particulars on the arresting
4 feet of property on NW 43rd St. and 23rd Ct. for future development. officers. He pointed out that Call Owner 758-8749 ;

r From left to right: Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor of New Hope Baptist Church, vice the officers did not sign their

president; Harold Butler, treasurer; Charles Cash, director; James Moss, director; names to the charges againsthis itS
i > Foreground: Edmund 0. Culmer, president; Ronald Ingram, awardee. Bill Harris clients. He'll demand
photo. them, he said.

released Three of from the jail accused on their were ;. K&L14 .Star Sjitcicils'

SCLC Summer Campaign In Miss. own recognizance Saturdayand
the bond of a fourth was

4 Because of disagreements from start to finish, and that so because of shortage of reduced to $20.Assisting OPEN I TO 6 P.M. D
i I with other civil rights organizations Meredith was at times bitterly funds," he said. Stahl in the
} the Southern Christian critical of the entire leader- "Waterfront""Bargain 9b:
> Leadership Conference r;;;
> decided in Atlanta Tuesday to Rev. Andrew Young, SACRIFICEBIG 1 SKIN $600 DOWN \
i "go it alone" in Mississippi executive director of the DISEASESA 9251 LITTLE RIVER BLVD v''
summer campaign. SCLC, said his organization BIG BIG VALUE
Payment of the cost of the first agreed to pay most of new approach to treat- Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 75x130 lot. Landscaped with .!A
recent Memphis to Jackson the expenses and "ended up NEWLY PAINTED went and medication many extras included. A must see to appreciate. One _
"Mississippi freedom march" having to pay practically bated on specialized FHA mortgage. One low monthly payment pays all.
all ot them. 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. Income -
for James Meredith is saidto Young estimated the blood and I laboratory
be the bone of contention. property, furnished. Priced"
march cost SCLC between teiij Also>> general prac
Observers believe that the $8,500 with 6% interest.
decision bring to end $25.000 and 30000. $500 down. Wall to wall tice.
may an
The Student Nonviolent $400 $12.500 TOTAL PRIC
j k
longstanding but unsuccessfu carpeting. Open for In-
efforts of civil Coordinating Committee and DR. H. HAAG Beautiful bedroom with
rights groupsto the Congress of Racial spection. 8013 NW 14th 2 CBS lovely Fla room. a
work together. Reports are Place. PL 7-7234 Many desirable extras included. Walk to shopping -
that the recent march was Equality agreed to "pay a schools and
share" of transportation
expenses but
plagued with discontent and JJ
arguments among the leaders apparently were unable to do ------ --------------------------------

't 1251 NW 81 STREET j,

3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Fla Room :
t:: ONLY THE FINEST PROPERTIED CASES OF Central heatair condition, large built-in kitchen, 0
patio for outdoor living. s
1511 NW 93 STREET $400 DOWN FHA
.. Can be 3 bedrooms, large 80x125 lot. $76 monthly EXCESSIVE DRINKING IMPOTENCEBED c
$12,500 total. Oak doors, tile roof, carport, $450 DOWN
porch. Open for inspection everyday. WETTING INSOMNIA -
OBESITY PHOBIA Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, loads of closet 1
l 1015 NW 83 STREETON space, Fla room, garage, fenced rear and beautiful r

ARCO LA LAKE And many other mental \'and ,functional'dis- patio. 1

Lovely CBS, swim, fish and sail from your back orders. "FANTASTIC VALUE" R
door. Fla room, and screened patio. For real Fla 9020 NW 12 COURT c
living. 150' lot, $16,500 total. Good terms.
5 In choice area. Comfortable. 3 bedroom CBS. On s
1340 NW 88 STREET For appointment call: spacious 100x100 landscaped lot, central heat, l

garage, carpeting, hardwood floors, sprinkler a
Central air condition, 3 full bedrooms, 2 full Mr. Harold Jones system and many other extras. Priced right. FHA
tile bath. Truly different in design. Fully built
terms one mortgage, reasonable down paymentand
kitchen with oven, range, hood fan and dish
washer, oak floor, garage. $22,500 with terms. 635-4540 one monthly payment pays all.
All work done under medical direction. CHOICE AREA
Lovely corner CBS fenced yard with barbequeand
fruit with 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH r
trees. $11,800 terms. uAnnnmuvmnmmnJwnOWNER
Plus 2 Fla. rooms, very large living room, e
641 NW 65 STREET $12.500 TOTAL
built-in kitchen
near schobls, shopping and all t
f d: rr 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS. You arrange the financeto transportation. Priced right with good terms to
suit yourself. MUST SELL!! be arranged. Also large corner lot available.

120 NW 56 STREET $10,500 TOTAL "Waterfront Values"c

This solid CBS can be 3 bedrooms, 2 bath for your Low, Low down paymentsNo
,; large family or duplex for income. Terms arranged. loan costs or extra charges!! We have 3 outstanding values in lovely 3 bed-
,... room, 2 bath homes with built in features and
. I( 590 NW 53 STREET NO QUALIFYING Free moving (paid by owner)1I)!! extras. Priced right. Good terms.

(I 2 bedroom, CBS hardwood floors, tile roof Free new stove & RefrigeratorSEE
carport, large yard, near expressway, $10,500 AND CALL TODAY
339 NW 39 STREET
Custom-built CBS resident. Main house has 3 CBS, large porch, 2 bedroom, oak floors NW 41 STREET CHOICE AREA )f

sleeping room, 1 12} bath, full dining, built-in dining room, large discount for cash or $250 Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath on beautiful landscaped lot, r
kitchen, oven and range, garage, tile roof and down. garage, patio and numerous extras. Price right. One t
patio, separoteand prlvat.. COllpl.t. 1 bedroomopt. low monthly payment pays all. t
Rented will help pay your monthly payment. 2050 NW 96 STREET

H $1,500 down requir.rcs. CBS, like new, carport, oak floors, tile roof, CALL US TO SEE THESE VALUES. I

corner, large lot, $350 down. 1
( .. :'S.. FwtiM,' Realtor, Kaiser & L.. -" (Uiltors.

,.....Ol.. .. .:,1 .\; ,HW- l"'A" VE. .; ''751', ...-.7511. Call Owner 758-8749 "105 NE 79 51PL- 7.4588t'1

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ty Qualifying 3410 NW 14th Ave.
1732 NW 43rd St. Duplex.
th bedroom, 2 bath, plushuge CBS, duplex, modern bargain
apt. 1 bedroom
F. Fla room, wonderfulLome in heart of Allapattah. Gravel and fum. $20 wk.

is.p and area. Price $13,700. roof, rear patio with
, awning, 3096 NW 65th St. 1 bedroom
a | month pays all. A. San- tile floors, stoves andrefrigs.
,92 jalousie windows. apt. rear, $17 wk. Adults, no'
|Kori, Realtor, anytime 751- $11,800 with $400 Bargain down and at Pets. FR 3-3175, NE 4-0942. )

2243. $88 month ---
. pays all. Life

rdI Open Sunday Realty, Broker, 4932 Nw 7th 2 Bedroom"New"Apt. PROsa4 1 s o i t i. : .

1,480 NW 84th St. $11,300>> Ave. PL 94371. Open eves. Nw 153rd st. Best in Town '. ..\ .. '
total.! FHA. Almost new CBS
9201 W. Little River PL 1-2768.
could use as 3 bedrooms, Blvd. ---
Beautiful -
lovely oak floors, air cond, waterfront 3 bedroom -
CBS, tile roof, APt. 2 bedroom, completely
Ibig garage. $350 down. $200 I THE BAHAMAS GOVERNMENT
garage, wall to wall car- unfurn. $14 wk, plus utilities
for vets. No closing costs. 5238 NW 24th Ct.
peting, Fla
room, air cond.
I ,
Ben-Kori, Realtor, any
*. -- ,
appliances, *<<)
FHA price is
|time 751-2243. $16,000 with $600 down and Room, private bath, 635-5730.
-- $96.32 month. 1220 NW 31 St.
I Open Sunday Seller pays
I closing costs. Life Realty, I
I J1875 NW 90th st.Custom-built, Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. One bedroom furn. apts. air
I (tremendous in size, living PL cond., large and spacious,
I 9-4371. Open eves.
i I room as big as dance floor, ---- adults only, ref. need. 1237 )

( huge 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2005 NW 93rd street 77th Terr.
I built-in features, plus large 1
Large 3 bedroom, CBS on -----
[ fenced yard. Owner loses 1 on 2 lots, comer, tile roof, Room for working couple,
I 5000. You can buy for separate wall single lady i
garage, to wall or man, 781 NW
$18,000, FHA. $400 down,' carpeting, fenced yard, cus- 77th St. Phone 7543187. '. 4
I vets or $800 down, no tom-built kitchen, awnings, f
J sing costs. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor regrig. Seller pays closing Fum. 1 bedroom apt. and 2
I anytime 7512243. costs. FHA price $16,000 with bedroom house unfum. Call PHONY AS A THREE DOLLAR BILL?

$600 down and $96.32 mo. 7540977. Quit using that expression because a three dollar bill is not phony any longer

Open Sunday Key at Life Realty, Broker, as evidenced by this official currency note of the Bahamas government. It's a collectors -
935 NW 84th St. No qualifying 4932 NW 7th Two tdt duplex. Nice
Ave. PL
9- item among the tourists visiting the popular island resort.
3 bedroom, lovely CBS, 4371. Open evenings and location, apply 7032 NW 5th
$13,000 total, $1600 down Sundays. Pl. House. 7762 NW 15th -

$100 month pays all. Best --- Ave. CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, -r.
family area in town. A. Ben- Comer CBS duplex, near 2 porches, 2 kitchens, unfum., HELP WANTED

Kori, Realtor, anytime: 751- schools, churches, buses to or use as two separate apt. Beautician. Liberty City,

2243. everywhere. 3 bedroom, hard- $25 wk. Mr. Wilkers, OX 1- 1811 NW 62nd St. OX 19914. EDISON

--- wood floors, $73 mo. $10,500 7729. 6348022. Specials
Open Sunday total price. $350 down. Call ----
Duplex special, 1919 NW evenings at PL 7-3992. Cottage for rent NW section. Graduate or dropouts earn

90th St. Could be used for a -- 566V4 NW 22nd St. 1 b edoom while you learn to be a beau
big family. Or live rent free. Home-emergency sale. In- 'separate cottagepartly furn., tician. Day or night classes 1 1. Very nice CBS, tile roof, reverse cycle air conditioner -

Come see this nice clean one spect 1761 NW 47th St. 3 bedrooms weekly $16. Immediate oc Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor, wall to wall carpeting. $300 down, FHA.

Total 15000. $600 down CBS, completely turn.1 I cupancy. Key at front. Call '")structor. International Beauty County taxes only. In the 80'*.
vets $300 no closing costs.A. 2 enclosed porches on 66x19 'owner: Mr. Gross eves ill 8- School. 221-7411 or 757-

Ben-Korl, Realtor anytime u lot_.,__total... 8000.L Must. sell." :2824' daily 444-6126. 9515. 2. Near Eidson High.! 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, $250
7512243. IN 01 mi wnray RealtOr 444- --- down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot.
Large rooms. $15 wk for piano player for choral group.
----- 2685.
Drive by working people. Private Dependable, reliable and re- 3. $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, fenced
845 NW 84 th St. Immaculate No qualifying. Duplex. CBS, home, transpor ation bus 25 & ligious. Call Dea. Smith. yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No closing

,,. spotless, you must 2 bedroom, large living room 21. Call 6332729. OX 17804. Salary $20-$25 mo. cost. County taxi i only. In the 80'*.
I see this one inside. Price ---
and kitchen each side. Lowdown
$13,000. FHA terms. A. Ben- payment. 4801 NW 19th $20. 7 room unfurn. house. CAB DRIVERS. APPLY at 4. No. qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard, Patio,

kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Ave. See Mr. White 751480or 4528 NW 33rd Ave. Society Cab Office, 269 NW well pump, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA mortgage already *
anytime 751-2243. 7519708.No 21st St.Graduate. placed. County taxes only.
Effcy, also rooms with private
Seller pays Closing Costs money down. 2 bedroom bath. APply in person mornings or dropout earn WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath, house. Very nice $59 mo. before 9 after 6 eves. while you learn to be a beau- TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.
CBS bargain, Florida room, 3115 NW 65th St. 373-7973, 4758 NW 21 Ave. tician. Day or night classes.
awnings, garage, tile roof, HI 48004. --- International Beauty School, YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

jalouise windows, stove, re- Nice 1 bedroom house. $16. 221-7411 or 757-9515. Jul29 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

frigerator, air cond., extra Sears bottle gas range, glasi Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $21. --- DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
large landscapped lot, sprinkler oven window, rowsateife tof p Nice CBS effcy. Water and Barber wanted at Roy's
system. Bargain at $12- good condition, sacrifice electric free. $15. Barber Shop, 6349 NW 7th
000 with $400 down, (veterans $25.00, Aldo double bed, Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $25. Ave. Phone 751-9112. EDISON REALTY Realtors
$100 down) and $72.52 mo. modem foam rubber mattress.' Indf ,

Key at Life Realty, Broker, and spring $25.00.691-1503. Nice 1 bedroom house. 23.
4932 Nw 7th Ave. PL 94371. Master barber wanted. 100% 175 N.W. 62nd St, 751.2441
Open evenings. Income property, large fume J 2 LIBERTY 2020 NW 62nd St. air cond. shop. phone 374-

unit duplex and cottage.Front Call 633-7809 9508.
1411 NW 88th Street 3 bedrooms, Fla room, dining ..
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, tile and bath. Rear-1 bedroom, ----
furn. NW .,
1 studio apt. 5543 Beauty Care '
roof, carport, Fla room, large living room. Cottage, 2 bed :
lot 6th Pl. $20 wk. plus security |Mrs. Willie Mae Ceasor, for-
stove lovel
refrig., y rooms, living room, Allapat deposit, no children 751- lest Buys in Town
house on nice street. A bar- tan rea. Call 633-2400 Sun mer owner of Ceasor's Univ.of .
2243. Cosmetology will return to
gain at $12,500 with $400 do. day's after 9:30 p.m.
(veterans -- i her j beauty shop, 719 NW 62ndSt.
$100 down) and bedroom
$75 1707 NW 81st TerraceA Small 1V4 duplex at as wig stylist and along CBS 3 BEDROOM. $77 MO. Newly painted. only
mo. Seller
pays closingcosts. 1815 NW 84th st. unfurn. $22
stylists who down. Owner closing costs. Price is
with $300
Key at Life Realty, home for a professionalman 1 I two pays
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. excellent location. Office wk. 7512243. will be working for her. Mrs. $12,600, FHA.

Open Sundays. in rear room of fromhouse. 'Opa-locka area. 2 bedroom, j I Ceasor is now a teacher at down. No
with ]International[ Beauty College CBS, 2 BEDROOM, $74 MO. $300
Fully furnished I bedroom furn.orlightandwater. .
unfurn. $18. 2 closing costs. Enclosed porch, dining room,
2237 NW 86th Terrace nice innovations. Two bedrooms '' $24. Call Mick- Phones: 755-9377 or 757-

Modem, 3 bedroom, CBS, bargain two baths, extra lot f ins Rental Agency, 681-8213. 7667. carport, appliances, air cond., central heat,

building in rear facing 82nd i Indef large lot. $12,200 FHA.
jalouise windows, stove,
.a'_!_ ... .
'wuK., oar-D-que, niciey St. City water, utility snea bedroom
landscaped utility room. A outside. No trade, owner will OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
real bargain at $10,800 with, finance, no closing costs. : room, dining room. All rooms are huge. Garage,
double fenced lot.
$350 down (veterans $100 do.) substantial down payment re-

and $65.36 month. Life Realty quired. Total price $11,000by RING, RESULTS BEAUTIFUL CBS DUPLEX. Live rent free.$300down.

Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. owner on premises. $76 mo. No closing cost. 1 bedroom each ..
evenings. pi 9-4371
Appliances .
-- apt. carports.NO

Park: Like new 3 bedroorr
CBS, fenced yard, jalousie $85 MO. 3 BEDROOM. Fenced corner, large

windows, freshly painted inside Room. private home, gentlemen GRADUATION SPECIAL. kitchen, dining room, utility room, appliances.

and out. FHA price only preferred. Phone 633- Price $11,500. Reasonable down payment. No

9,200 with $300 down. 0604 or 578-9717. STUDENTS, ONLY. costs.
(veterans down and '
55.67 mo.$100 Key at ) Life Room or-effcy, reasonable, I $15 MO. 3 BEDROOM. 3 bath, enclosed porch,

Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th 2472 NW 64th St. Phone 691- ,F- IN COLOR dining room, utility room, appliances. $750

Ave. PL 9-4371.. Open Sundays 2014. down, $8,500 total.

--. Room in private home for \ 2. GIANT 5 'x 7' LARGE CBS DUPLEX. 2 bedroom each apt.
appliances, price $12,700. Reasonable down
House. For sale by owner, 2 working lady, privileges, on .
bedroom bus line and jitney line, AJIa- WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
dining room, Fla
room, double garage, awnings, pattah area. NE 4-6310. ;', \ 2',4 x.5 POSTCARD > ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES

beautifully I landscaped. See Bunche FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONSHELL'REALTY
to House. 4 bedrooms,

appreciate.-. .757-6507.- 621-8284.Park, owner will also sell. : L.: Oily $4.95 .

No qualifying, CBS, 3 bedrooms $ BROKER
wall 2 Fla rooms, garage Look: A large 4 bedroom .
to wall many extras hardwood

1310 NW carpet 53rd St. see house floors, CBS 2258, NW new 58th Street. #. ," 4 ., '4UO NW ,. 7* km. ,",751-555)\

Mr. White, 751-4809 or 751- No children, $26.50 w k. OV 2' POSES TO'EACH STYSENT.' > rf't '''' :, '",..., ,, -':,' ,. .,. v.s. W1' .. ,,!J
9708. AI ._ ._ .


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t 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 1 1,1966 uu"," n u (

t HousingA'one' Cannot Cure Soda! 'Ills I Shop at Your FriendlyJOE'S

(Continued from page 1) newal in the last two months, Authority shows that 52'per for males; 8.2 years in schoolis

1 I ,. social effort to begin to rectify and that the families were cent have a female. as head of the average for females; MARKET
housed in the minimum amountof the house; 52 per cent receive 26 years is the average length
time with a minimum-if some form of welfare assis- or residence in Florida.
"But we know these social THE BEST IN GROCERIES, MEATS AND
any-of background informa- tance; 44 per cent receive The survey further shows
ills exist," he said, that is the annual
Social Security; 84 per cent $2,052 SUNDRIESWE
I "in addition to all the other tion.He things this will pose a are or were in unskilled and average Income; 15 per cent
l social and physical ills associated problem for family progress service occupations. (This have cars, all at least five FEATURE
t with segregation from the older order of things, includes past jobs of those years old; $40 per month is
t and generations of inherited now unemployed.) the rent on the au-
w despite the fact that public average
p poverty. housing efforts at this time The profile goes on to thority-supplied housing faci- WISE POTATO CHIPSIN
p "Add to this the resentments are deliberately scattered state that 54 per cent have at lities, and $80 per month was
I k, suspicions and per- throughout the city to prevent least one family member witha the rent the same people were POPULAR SIZES
I 't sonal disturbances created by't' formation of new poverty major health problem; 14 per paying for substandard,smaller,
< the threat of dislocation-the districts.A cent have savings of some overcrowded apartments.No ._- _. .
n disruption of personal,cultural social profile of the kind, and 71 per cent of theseare mention was made of

f. and religious ties of many 365 "invisible" families elderly families; 7.8 the group, because it was not
years standing-and we begin housed by the Miami Housing years in school is the average necessary. COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
:' to see !the scope of our problem I


The director wants other i
government agencies to Involve -
1 tr VET TV
heavily in caring for
, the displaced families, and '
suggested the cooperation of TED FORMERLY, OF JET IS NOW VET

a! the state and county welfare

departments, the Health Department 379-7735
9 School Board and

f p state employment service as a .ytiya 846 NW.2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
f' start.
Sofge wrote that of
,' 0 as May
1r 30, 365 families displaced by
various public actions have

r been housed. He said that 52 the Action Is

g were displaced by urban re- where ,

[ Go

r ENTERTAINS r ,, S921 NW '15 Ave. $11,900

1101 NW 85 St. -. Qualifying
... 85 GIRLS .
9001 NW 16 Av e. $12,300FHA '

When the hands of the ... 9120 NW 16 Ave. .. ,4,bedroom, 2'bath,

clock turned to 12:30 P.m. .' FHA.

\.I on recent Saturday,there were '1835 NW:91 St.. $12,000, FHA. ,;" .
t ( found 85 girls in the northwest -
I NW:93 St. 3 bedroom centralair '
1890 '
I : room of Toby's 54th St. ,
Ii' cafeteria in beautiful colorsof no qualifying.WE .
i spring, seated at a table
't ready for a luncheon given by Florida Travel Agents were guests of the Jamaican Tourist Board during last HAVE OTHERS
i the members of Gamma Delta week on a familiarization tour of that island. They visited_ the tourist resort citiesof

y Sigma Gamma Rho, Inc. Kingston, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay and report that these cities are doing every- ,AETNA, REALTY
I On hand to greet these thing in everyway for a pleasant vacation for the visitors to the island. BROKER .

young ladies were Sorors: The above group of travel agents strike a pose in front of the tremendously

Verneka Silva, chairman of the popular Dunn River Falls in Ocho Rios. Included in the group of travel agents is 811 NW 54th St. 757-5724
"Buds of Spring, 1966"MableIBarlow Charles North of North's Travel Bureau.
chairman of activi-
ties; Arthurine Strapp, chair-
-- -
man of dress; Allene Taylor,
chairman of selecting the

girls; Vadaje Morse, reporter,
and Eunice Liberty, basileus,
along with some parents, and
4 the photographer.An I I

impromtu program was
given with each school being
represented. This proved to
be both enjoyable and infor-
mative. Some of the latest
record hits were played for

brought further the entertainment.schools closer This together -. 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE.PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
while the girls got to W. Hollywood Miami, floe
Hialeah, fla. MIAMI, FLA. Perrint, Fla.
) t know each other better. This 945-0381 226-5631
{ ;, I is another event given to $21-1761 635-0736 635- 73 238-2901
further enhance the desire
i, and facilitate the social learn
ings and values of these girls MON. THRU SAT SUNDAY
.... so thst their ideals in life 10-9 11-6
f will be of the highest levels -

attainable.Sigma Gamma Rho would I
.4 Sectional
like to call this a part of a PC.Foam
cultural garden in which the
types of buds grow that can
emerge an open flower that
will be the better for having y
been nourished in this garden. J \
f"raC' r I R rt 1 .
To our basileus, Eunice I
Liberty, under the guidance, t t r .. ,
for the past two years, we can
say "A Job Well Done." : "



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