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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43 No. 46 MIAMI FLORIDA" FRIDAY, JULY 15. 1966 20 PAGES 14



I NEW CENTERS TO OPEN IN SOUTH

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I II MIAMI, OPA-LOCKA. LITTLE RIVER

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Dade County's War on tor of the Miami EOPI program in all six centers.
Poverty Program got a said the new grant will The EOPI also received a
$1.700,000 shot in the arm mean the hiring of more staff $17,000 grant today for the
Wednesday when Congressman and the reaching of more Women in Community Services
Claude Pepper and Dante people. (WICS) a volunteer group of
Fascell announced the local The grant provides for women-helping girls coming
EOPI award. establishment of neighborhoodcredit from the Job Corps to adjustto
Mk The money will be used to units as well as con- the local program, as wellas
strengthen programs in the sumer education courses in girls going into the Job
? six existing neighborhoodcenters the local EOPI centers accor- Corps.
4 and to open additional ding to Weatherley.EOPI Weatherley said he expectsthe
centers in Opa-locka, Little will also offer two program to be in operation
River and South Miami. new programs-family plan- within 60 days,
Richard Weatherley, direc- ning service and child care- proval by Cov. Haydon Bums.



Miami's Integrated Financial



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Institutions Make GainsMiami's
Marie Clarrissa Laurietta Trott, the Bermuda representative in the Miss Uni- Big

verse Beauty Pageant, is given a warm welcome to Miami by Commissioner Dave -

Kennedy and Vice Mayor Steve Clark. Miss Trott is a business student in Hamiltonand integrated national 4 with deposits of $8.872,720, Dade County's 63 banks
enjoys ballet dancing and calypso. She speaks English and French and measures bank and two integrated sa- up $2,087,838 over the pre- had a 15 per cent increase in
'35-22-36. vings and loan institutions vious year. deposits, while the 17 savingsand
are making big strides in Franklin Federal, now loans had a 7.5 percent
keeping pace with the record domiciled in its beautiful new increase.
breaking bank depositsin building on Fifth St. and High interest offered by
Klansmen Get 10 Years For commercial banks caused the
the Greater Miami area. First Ave., actually out-
Deposits at Lincoln distanced Roosevelt duringthe loss of some funds from sa-
past although Roosevelt vings and loan associationsin
National Bank, opened two year \
years ago, rose from has $1,900,000 more in early July. But the situation -**
i. Violation of $2,907,730 to $4,016,830, deposits. appeared to right itself

Negro Rights during an increase the past of year.$1,109,100 Franklin went from per with cent the savings announcement certificates of 5
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4770.940 to $6,963.428 in with the
along regular 4.5 )
ATHENS Ga. U. S. Their attorney, broad conspiracy" to 11 Lincoln's other banks deposits in the topped deposits, $104.650 more ilian'the per cent yield on regular,. pass- I a
area.
District Judge William A. Hudson of Athens, oppress, threaten and The fast growing Edison Roosevelt Increase. book accounts.
Bootle sentenced two Ku would appeal and he Negroes including
,Klux Klansmen Saturday to 10 teered to represent Center bank has more than
educator Lemuel 3400 accounts.
years in prison on convictionof court-appointed counsel.The
who was shot to death Roosevelt Savings and
violate had
conspiring to Ne- government
gro rights.It ed all defendents with 1964. Loan Association celebratedits
third anniversary
on July
was the maximum imprisonment -
he could have

imposed on the pair-Joseph NAACP Where The
Howard Sims, 41. and CecilW. Action IsThe r r
Myers, 26, who were con-

victed Friday night. Four National Miss., in the heart vention with the slogan, F +,
fellow Klansmen were acquitted for the Advancement the racially troubled South, "Let's go where the actionis. i
of the same charges. lored People Saturday the site of its 19M) con- ." v
They could have been But there is little con-
where"a
fined $5,000 each in addition. '
troversial action here at 'the
concluding session of the r
Bodies Unclaimed civil rights organization's57th __

.......-.... annual delegates convention.The approved. &kz4 Cl j, _

without a murmer of dissent a 1
kinsmen
The tragic and died unless or
nected life of the claim them within the preamble to a set of resolu- 7t
tions calling for use of poli-
worker was clearly day or so. Johnny Tra- ,
in a'story from Ozark, an owner of the funeral tical, social and economic 't ,
this week. to which the bodies were power by Negroes in the t
The bodies of six following the predawn civil rights fight. i

b, q l 12 Negro migrant July 1, said he plan- The statement studiously
killed in a bus to bury the six in the avoided use of the term"black
Ozark, Ala., two private cemetery power," which has been espoused -
r- ,will be committed to or Friday if they by some other civil
not many miles from unclaimed. rights groups.


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A total of sixty-four offi- Officer Dickson has been a
FROM U OFCHICAGODonald cers had been recommendedfor member of our department, he

R. Hopkins, son of above average work duringthe has received many recommen-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. month of June. From these, dations from his Commanding
Hopkins, received the M. D. our staff selected the coura- w y Officers, and his personalfile
degree on Friday, June 10, geous action Officer Dicksonas contains numerous letters
at the School Medicine of the most outstanding.On from citizens praising his
the University of Chicago.Dr. June 28th at E. Flagler work and courtesy. In November
Hopkins also receivedthe and 2nd Ave., Officer Dicksonwas of 1964, he was selected -
$500 Borden Undergraduate confronted by a man who as the department's"Most
Medical Research Award for pointed a fully loaded .45 Courteous Officer of .
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his research on the tropical calibre automatic at him. Dueto the Month." In addition to
disease schistosomiasis. his collness in such a dan- the merits approved by Chief Beverley Savory, 21-year teaches a class in ballet on a
He is currently interning at gerous situation, Dickson' Walter E. Headley, for his old telephone operator from morning TV program. Her
the San Francisco General exemplary action afforded the bravery in this latest incident, Kingston, carries the colorsfor statistics are 5-6, 116
Hospital, and plans eventuallyto maximum safety to the publicat Officer Dickson will receivethe Jamaica in the Miss Uni- pounds, 34-23-35. Photo bf
specialize in pediatricsand this congested intersection. $50 gift certificate from verse Pageant. Bev likes Baker.Uktiv .
tropical medicine. During the six years that our anonymous donor. swimming and dancing and jay



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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 15, 1966 _


formation of Companies By Whites, new



Policy on Risks Challenges Negro \I I II



o. Insurance. CompaniesThe i YfkA

I I The Durham convention P

new optimism among The theme represents aright to the worry. will hear a major report by
Negro-owned life insurance angle turn from the moodof Negro companies emerged H. A. Gilliam, senior vice
companies is reflected in the a decade ago, when the from this mood a few years president of the highly suc-
theme of the National Insur- Negro firms were concerned ago when research and comparisons cessful Universal Life Insurance
ance Association's 46th with questions of survival. with smaller companies Co. of Memphis, and i
Annual Convention scheduledfor The mood of uncertainty had showed thay had a good retiring president of NIA.
been brought on by literally foundation in a growing mar- in office and
Durham, N. C. July 18-21. After a year
hundreds of new company for- ket, and that they were more visits to nearly half the men
Designs for success-mations by whites, and a new organizations than companies GilHam concludes -
stable as ber
Planning Product, Service, general policy by major white were many new-formed white that they are now in

is the word framework against companies, of accepting Ne- companies.In their finest hour."
which 350 executives and gro risks. Anticipated com-
sales leaders of 45 companies petition for manpower and the post-war period, In addition to GilHam.addressedby the
will share their ideas and of Negro convention will be
ex- markets, and increased costs roughly 25 percent
periences in the four-day for doing business whether by companies were reinsured by Floyd Bragg, vice president -

meeting. new procedures or old, added other firms. There were no of Prudential Life Insur-
actual failures. Only two firms ance Co., Burket Huey, ex-
belonging to the National ecutive bice president of the ..rs
Insurance Association were Life Insurance Agency Man-
Get A Better Job Free reinsured by non-member agement Association, Norman
and of these of Gol-
comapnies, one 0. Houston, president
was later absorbed by a NIA den State Mutual Life Insur-
Training Classes comapny. This record is betti:fance Co., and Murray Marvin
than the record of the indus- director of planning North
try as a whole. Since 1959 Carolina Mutual Life Insurance .
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July 40Q retirements or reinsur- Mr. and Mrs Lee Grace of Orlando announce the

ances among a total of 2,000 A panel discussion oil the wedding of their daughter, Inell to Mr. Alto Jennings,
you are looking for a WOODWORKING MACHINE: firms. roles of corporate planning
better job opportunity, you OPERATOR FURNITURE product research and customer son of Mr. Leo Jennings of Cincinnati, Ohio and Mrs. ,
should take advantage of the ASSEMBLER: Training in A steady growth in assets service will feature Harvey Lovett Jennings of Miami.

free job training being sport pares you for entrance into and insurance in force also Russell,bice president Pepsi Miss Grace is employed as a bookkeeper at the

wed by the Federal the woodworking field involving helped raised morale in Negro Cola; Watts Hill, president Miami Beach First National Bank. Mr. Jennings is
Government. New training the operation of wood- owned companies. They Home Security Life Insurance employed by Mr. Harry Zema. f
classes are scheduled to be- working machines such as now boast $375 million in Co., and Dr. Jerome "Brud"
gin on Monday July 25, in saws, planers and shapers, assets and over $2 billion in Holland, president of Hampton The wedding will be held July 23, and the couple
the following occupations: and also, the use of small insurance in force. Instutue will reside here.
STOCK CLERK: Training woodworking hand tools.
in this occupation preparesyou Trainees may select the
to enter Into the clerical occupation in which they desire -
field involving the receiving, training, and a weekly
checking, counting and Issuing allowance of from $28 ot $58
of materials and supplies. will be paid to eligible train- LUCKY TIGER MONEYSEEPSTS'
AUTOMOBILE UPHOL- ees. An training will be conducted -
STERER: Training in this by the Lindsey Hop-
occupation prepares you to kins Vocational Education .
enter into the automotive Center located in the Avia-
upholstering repair field involving tion Building at 3240 NW
the repair or replace- 27th Ave.
ment of fabric tops, seats, Job opportunities are con-
and other upholstery trim sidered excellent for the
materials on automobiles, trainee who successfully __
picks and busses.FURNITURE. completes these training )' (5. :49 \ 1'4i
UPHOLSTERER courses. Persons interested in \
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occupation ,;< ., .. ''\ fP. f'I
prepares you to contact the Miami Industrial ';." :. '" "' ..
enter into the upholstered Office of the Florida State w '\ ;'
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OKLAHOMA CITY Some National Sheraton-Oklahoma Convention Hotel.at the
of the nation's leading cos-
metologists and beauty sty- Featured courses include Last chance to win these great prizes. 30
lists will serve as guest instructors Hair Styling and Shaping, Sweepstakes ends July
when the National Cosmetic Chemistry, Hair
holds Weaving, Wigmaking Over 15.000 prices: 15 Ford
Institute of Cosmetology Relaxers, Mustangs, 50 RCA Victor
sessions August 1 through Hair coloring and Color TV Sets, 50 Johnspn Outboard Motors, 50 8-mm Many thousands of stations are also offering a special
August S in Oklahoma City. Comb Curling. Bell & Howell Movie Sets 150 Orrtronics Car Tape sweepstakes just for children. These dealers-all over
Included in the group for Beauty school owners and Decks, 750' Rival Electric Knives ::oo Thermos Picnic the country-will be giving away "high-riser" bikes with
the third consecutive year are teachers and experts from the Chests, 1,000 Tyco Road Race Sets and over 12,000 AMF Tiger seat and handlegrips.There .
two noted stylists, Mrs. beauty products Industry will "Hllh-riser" Bicycles!
Versie Lee Bailey of Omaha, be among the gathering of are over 15,000 prizes in all! So come in-get your
Nebraska and Mr. Walter of beauty specialists and Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Only a little time remains for you Lucky Tiger Money and register your children for a bike.

Black International stylist of technicians.D. to enter the fabulous Lucky Tiger Money Sweepstakes. And while you're in the station why not fill up with
New York City. A. Julius, owner, Sunlight Each bill of Tiger
Money has its own serial number and High-energy Esso Extra gasoline and "Put a Tiger in Your
The Institute is a projectof School of Beauty, Miami, each number has chance TankflJ"'
a ,to win one of the Happy MotorfHUMBLE'
major
the National Beauty Oil is the administrator of the prizes. ..
tCrists' League, Inc. headedby of the Institute. He recently Winner Notification Forms are available and, on July 31,
Dr. Katie E. Whickam. announced a list of courses of winners will be posted-at all participating stations. No S
The 1966 Institute sessions study to be included in the purchase necessary
curriculum, and the staff of OIL 6 REci.iNO COMPANY ,
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will the Institute. cort11a,y NU".LI' OIL 111"1101100 COMPANY' .... LEADING CNERGY: COMPANYr
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July IL; 1966 3vN


l I." > ", :\," .. Sissel Named New Directorof

Ir.y .

f Community Relations Board
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I H. Benjamin Sissel, 45, Sissel, a graduate of Yale
has been named new executive Divinity School, will leave
director of the Metro Com- his post as Secretary for
munity Relations Board. the United Presbyterian Office a
lie succeeds Ernest Lent, of Church and Society in
who has been acting director Washington, D. C., to come
of the board. her* in midAugust.He .
The announcement was served as a consultantto
made Wednesday July 6 by Detroit in the field of com-
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, munity relations and is a mem-
chairman of the 18-member ber of the National Association
,zN t board. of Inter&oup Relations
,, "Mr. Sissel comes to Dade Officials.Too .
County highly recommended" the Community Relations
Rabbi Narot said. "lie has Service in Washington, Ezekiel W. Burrows, of
.- vast experience in the fieldof formerly headed by LeRoy 820 NW 45th Sf. will attend
community relations." Collins, recommended Sissel. the Prudential Insurance

... Co.'s regional business con-
ference this month in Bos-
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AUTO INSURANCECheck
) Member.Mr. .
QUILVIE MILLS JANE PAPANDREW .
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tower rates and .fmapcfaf
o.u.w.: easy ,
I Spotlighting Urban League SecretariesI IMMEDIATE SRitt FILING, .a Burrows is an agent in
:" Bring; this*d.to our'of fie*and receive m. free gift the company's Biscayne
.' ,I branch office.
am sure that many of you quadrupled,and its professional a high degree of proficiencyand );:', D.. Goodman and Son, Inc.. .
have wondered, when you call staff has been doubled, loyalty to the movement. "Insurance, Real. Estate; Mortgage": *(. The business conferencewill
the yet, these two ladiesare Her of responsibility "I( r' 1 be attended by fieldrepresentatives
Greater Miami Urban young sense :). BUMIMM member All' People ,Denoeratio,CIuJ.'i2688 -
League, concerning housing, still producing at a good judgement and intelligence invited from
very
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62nd Sreet
such high NW ,... ... Prudential district officers in
education, jobs training programs high level of efficiency. is of a 13",'or ,-_# ;I ., ,.
urban renewal, lead- According to Willard Fair nature that many decisions the ten-state. .South-Central
ership development, Project executive director of the concerning agency functioning territory.
ENABLE etc., who was that League, Miss Papandrew has are not made without con-
charming efficient, never demonstrated an outstanding sultation with her. SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR Purpose'or'the conference
angry or ruffled personality on ability in dealing with people The Urban League, a Unit- a company spokesman said,
I the other end. from a wide range of environ- ed fund, educational service SPECIAL" is to provide' instruction in
On the other end, cool and mental background. Her agency works to improve the specialized. insurance subjects
calm are none other than Mrs. pleasing personality and living and working conditionsof Cleaned & Oiled 11
Quite Mills and Miss Jane adaptability have made her an Miami's Negro population. *Adjust Tensions
Papandrew, administrative invaluable asset. About Mrs. For information concerning 'Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150 Conference sessions will
secretary and office secretary Mills Fair states, "The terminology jobs, housing, health facili- be held in the SheratonBoston -
respectively. that would adequately ties, youth programs, training *Check: all Wiring Hotel. They will be con-
In the past two and a half describe the value of Mrs. programs, etc., call 377-3681 *1 Year GuaranteeAll ducted by executives from
years the League's program Mills to the League has not and Mrs. Mills or Miss Papan- Makes Models Prudential's SouthCentralHome
has expanded, its budget been invented. Mrs. Mills has drew will take care of you. & Office in Jacksonville,
CALL 634-6242 OR 633-6256 Fla.

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OUR THIRD ANNIVERSARYThank



You Dado County You'vo Made Us Second

Largest State Chartered Savings & Loan In Florida

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We match Earn from the 1 it If you save now thru the 20th '
Captain Felton A. Kemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Yorick C. Kemp of 1527 NW 69th your

Terr., was pomroted to the Rank of Major on June 9. Subsequently, Major Kemp was savingsdollarswUh When you open or add to your passbook
awarded the Army Commendation Medal, the First Oak Leaf Cluster and decoratedfor account (this does not Include savings certificates -
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an outstanding job accomplished in logistical field on a previous assignment at J I El,You get)the following

the New England Army Defense Area. Major Kemp is presently assigned as an instructor -$lo .................,........., 10 Stamps
and chief of the Range Branch High Altitude Missile Department at the Army $300 _.........._..........._, 300 Stamps
Air Devense School, Fort Bliss, Texas. Major Kemp is a graduate of Booker T. GREEN STAMPS $800. ......................... 800 Stamps
Washington High school and a 1953 graduate of Florida A&M University. Thru J.ly 20,196
Colonel David B. Byrne, director of High Altitude Missile
Department con-
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Your Accovntlnsured up to$l 0,000.B.8' by on Agency of the U.S.Government
gratulates Major Felton A. Kemp, chief of Range Branch High Altitude Missile ":

Department upon his promotion as Mrs;.. Kemp looks on.
Miami's 100% Integrated Savings Institution. .



Peace Corps Trains Teachers For Nigeria

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.t Morehoise aid Spelln.au Colleges SAVINGS & LOAN

ASSOCIATION
Atlanta The Morehouseand turned Peace Corpsmen, who will stand them in good stead
Spclman Colleges Peace have already distinguished during their tour of duty in In the Ui.1II Fi..nWCeatsr! .MIS W7A A...Mind,H....1S4-4J41
"A Credit lo Miami,An Example to he Nation"ROOSEVELT
Corps Taming Programs to jhemselves as excellent Nigeria. Such an appreciationis
prepare 68 high school teachers teachers while on duty in considered essential if a
and two college profes- Nigeria, for instructional volunteer is to interpret suc- -------------------------------------------.---------
'axrs for teaching in schoolsin purposes. cessfully the American cul- SAVE BY MAILI SEND YOUR CHECK WITH THIS COUPON
the Eastern Province of The trainee will receivea ture and at the same, under- ROOSEVELT SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION
stand the nationals of his IIIIN.W.1t"Avenue, Miami,Florid,
opened June 19. The formal education in an aca- '
Nigeria NOUIfc CiititMn itutiii mi tuck ii tit,...1It it s_ riiw MM tbs tinnhf type
program is the second teach-. demic setting and, at the same, host country on their own her icciiit Ii tli MM slam lilnr,- ni utt uj piulnk ir ay in'lip iirtlflcftf iluti cirl
er-training program under- time, live in the community terms. 11rrs..1(mi Straps Wton in Iteilli).
taken by the colleges for the and learn about it, as an Integral f.30 in. It 4.Him PUASEt"W( Certificate
D 1% Jiving!
Peace Corps. Last summer, aprt of their training.
15 volunteer teachers for It is hoped that the experience MIAMI TIMESADS Mir I O 4'Vi Passbook Account
Sierra Leone 7 for Nigeria guided by wellstructured f Him It I Himr. Paid Quarterly (Plus Ones Stamps)
and S for Chans received lectures and discussionsof HAM[______ --Safer/tT w__*_
training in the initial program. community analysis and I DS. I. .... OTHER NAME If JOINT ACCOUNT_._ -..
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1 E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publishor

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes '\\\ \ \\\l\ Whitney M. Younf Jr.
WiLLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor ,
Executive Director National Urban League
OSCAR W. WEAVER, Clrculollon-Adv.rtl.lng Man g.r Coordinator of the Coconut
Neasman,
Farley
M.mb of the Notional Newspapers. Publishers Association has called upon the
Grove Human Renewal Program Fear in is
effective The March Against Mississippi now a part
SUBSCRIPTION RATES of that community of offer more
churches of history. Its eventual place in the history of the
has
YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS' $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 and people in general. He
ONE leadership to the youth
emphasis should be struggle for e qual rights is something for future his-
stated and I that more
;; ;: the Post agree churches of the torians to decide, but it is not too soon for an assess
E d at Second Class Mattor, August 9, 1927 at placed on earthly living. He feels the
OWe ot.Mloml, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 : area have not offered or produced the leadership ment of the immediate impact it has made.
result of the March was the realization
Offie*.nt 6740 NW ,,15th Av.nu. -. Phono' OX 1-042.1 capable of captivating the interest of its youth. Mr. One thata
Neasman has reacted in a manner that shows the dedication Negro cannot feel safe from brutal attack in the state

CREDO THE'NEGRO: PRESS"- he holds for the position he has undertaken. of Mississippi. The shootin g of James Meredith proved

T... NEGRO PRESS bell..Ihot: Amorleo can bat load" His stand will not endear him to the ministers of the that. But if a single Negro faces danger, the March

tko world from raejol and national antagonism wh.n It accords but feel he has struck at what he considersthe proved that large groups can now demonstrate against
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to ovory mon regardless of race, crood or color his areas segregation and be protected from violence. That the
human and logo! rights, Hating no man, f.arlng no mon-tha! root of today's juvenile evils. were the state police signifies a hopeful
Nogro Pros strives to h.lp ovary man In the film b.lI.f that Mr. Neasman feels that today's sermons are inadequate protectors

all m,n ors hurt as long as anyone Is hold back. for today's needs. This can le traced to the change in the state.

ti moron. fact that today's churches have ceased to be tabernacles Not that there were no lapses. The state troopers

of God and have been converted into corpora- obviously found the task of protecting Negroes dis-

YE EDITOR'S '."NOTEBOOK tions of the congregations. Today's churches with tasteful aid the minor pushing and shoving incidentswere

their exempt' status have become the most financiallysound capped by the ugly brutality of the gassing of the
week what would be his
asked this
Ye Editor
was
institutions of the .era. The many outside endeavors tent site in Canton. Despite this incident, which can
stand the election in November. Naturally he
during of the church have removed it fromthe, eyes of be compared to scenes from Nazi Germany as the
took this question as a joke, but answeredHigh.The men as a haven of refuge, and its success is usually troopers threw gas bombs at women and children and
knew just how the Miami Times stoodin
questioner determined by the color of the ink used by the Trea- swung their clubs with sadistic joy, one overriding
the previous election and also in the May Primary.It .
That is that for the first time in the
lesson emerges. ,
was Mayor RODer't'K ng'High of Miami for the officeof surer.The effects of these outside endeavors can best state's history, Negroes could look to the police for
will be choice in Novem-
governor. Mayor High our be determined by the statement made by Rev. Tem- protection and, in the main, get it.
ber. We are still on the Democratic side and hope to
Wright of St. Paul AME Church. Jle said that march the unfortunateway
perence Another of the was
continue as long as we are interested in politics.Ye aspect
the day care center at his church had been ruined by media.
the
treated mass
in which it was by The
'Editor would like to know that all Democrats felt headstart
the government sponsored program. Rev. of the march and its purifying effecton
the same way, but he knows that some have crossedthe enrollment causedby great symbolism
referring to the reduced
Wright was
border and will vote for the Republican candidate. the racist climate of Mississippi was diluted by
the government sponsored The fact that
, program.
That is the privilege of any qualified voter. the preoccupation of television and newspaper reporters -
' the government made preschool training available, to
stories of conflict the
Ye Editor repeats what he has said on many occasions with exaggerated among
children of parents unable to pay the $1.00 or $1.25
I in and out of the Miami Times-viz; That march's leaders. They picked on the slogan "black
Dade County, the largest and perhaps most importantin per child fee charged by the church day care centers power," which was merely a marchi ng slogan rather

the state of Florida, should elect a governor. The meant nothing to him. The decrease in attendance at than a plan of action, and a slogan held by only a

election in November presents the greatest opportunity the church sponsored center meant a decrease in re- minority of the marchers at that, and blew it all out

I as far as Ye Editor knows in the history of the state. venue, and this,fact was uppermost in Rev.. Wright's of proportion. Televsiion reporters talked of how

, Voters, friends and Miamians as''a whole do not let mind. whites were bein g excluded from the march while they

this opportunity go by. Give your support to Mayor Mr. Neasman suggested that "we might even get showed film clips of whites marching alon g with

Bob High and let Miamians' boast of having a governorin rid of some of the old ministers if they can't orientto Negroes. Such distortion did not give the nation

Tallahassee. the modern problems, and the idea of serving be-, an adequate picture of the sincerity and dedicationthat
the doors of the church!" I think here
yond we see a
his moved the marchers to demonstrate not for sepa-
Mayor High has begun organizing campaignfor prime example of what he meant. When a minister puts
ratism but for interracial and integration.It .
the governor's office, following a meeting at the cooperation
the financial coffers of his church above the welfareof
Everglades Hotel. On Wednesday, he goes to Orlando its youth there is need for alarm. Today's ministersare is unfortunate too, that white moderates in the

to'confer with state legislators from the Fifth Con'gressional more in need of degrees ,in business administration state did not emulate responsible Negro leadership
District and will also meet with his
cam- than they are in degrees from divinity school. which intervened in the March to keep its goals focus-
organization legislators and officialsof
paign public
ed and to insure that the marchers behaved in
Duval I'm not knocking the efforts of the church to be- a re-
county. come a sound and stable institution within the com- sponsible manner in the face of provocation. ississippi's -
Our Republican candidate Claude Kirk has long moderates remained silent in the face of the
munity, but I feel that in the process the uppermostand
since been on the move.BELIEZE most necessary function of the church should climate; of hate which resulted un the shooting of

remain dominant. In a complex and changing society James Meredith. Politi cians, businessmen and minis-

SEEKS INDEPENDENCEBritish such as ours the functions of the church are twofold.It ters abdicated their responsibility tnd du y to lead

Honduras, one of Great Britain's coloniesfor must serve as a molding place for todays youth, and to be the voice of reason ans moderation.As .

160 years, is now seeking its independence and and a haven for the depressed.

reports that according to schedule it is likely tha t Realizing that it required a great deal of courageon I marched into Jackson on the fianl day of the
will before the end March, the pitiless and brutal bore down with
independence come of the year the part of Mr. Neasman to offer such a challengeto sun a

1968 to its approximately 100,000 people. the ministers of the area it is my opinion that if his vengeance that was mirrowed by the hate on the facesof
Prime Minister George C. Price says "We are some of the older people watching from their
is succeed
ready for independence, really ready for freedom now." program to a more deliberate attitude porches and lawns. But young Mississipians watchedus

Although British traditions and law now governs must prevail. Youth of today will need to develop a march by, not with hate, but with some understanding. -

the colony; it is virtually self governing in internal greater desire for personal achievement if programs If they did not sympathize with the March, at

affairs. such as the one headed by Mr. Neasman are to be least it touched a chord in them which could be the

Another problem Belieze will have to contend with meaningful. basis for greater understanding and cooperation in the
is that Guatemala that claims Belieze as its own, but "' does not have relations with great Britian 'because" of

the dispute. NEGRO PASTORS WHITE CONGREGATIONHere A real aspect of the March which cannot be over-

is news that makes interesting reading. It looked, is the fact that almost 5,000 Negroes regis-
Currently the Guatemala claim is being mediatedby
comes from Camp Springs, Md. where the Rev. HaroldG. tered to vote. The appearance of the marchers in
a New York lawyer appointed by President Johnson.
Johnson has been appointed pastor of an all white little hamlets and villages in which Negroes could not
Phillip Golden who heads the Natural Independence
Methodist congregation in a predominantly white vote because of intimidation and fear, enabled them to
Party that lost in the 1965 elections is also a force in
community.The exercise their rights for the first time.
the nation.
Rev. Mr. Johnson has served nine Negro

churches.On Another indication of the conquest of fear cameat

the fourth Sunday as the new pastor of this what for me was the most poignant moment of the
BUSINESSThe
NEGRO
REPUBLICANS TO PROMOTE 117-year-old church sopke quietness prevailed.Last rally in Jackson, when James Meredith asked all na-

smart boys in the National Republican Party spring the District Superviosr asked the tive Mississippi Negroes to raise their hands. Almost

.realize that they have no chance of winning a presi- church pastoral board to accept a replacement for their 95 percent of the crowd of 20,000 did so, despite the

dential election unless they begin to make significant retiring pastor regardless of race. They voted to do so fact that they were being filmed and photographed and

iproads into the ever-increasing Negro vote. The GOP 8-0. An absent member protested and two changed were thus leaving themselves open for threats and

has lost all but about 7 per cent of the Negro vote. their votes. The congregation demanded a say, but the retaliation.The .

If the present trends continue, Negroes will equalor bishop said the decision was made. '

outnumber whites in 8 of the 10 biggest cities in Pastor Johnson 47, was reared in New York, has a March may be over, but its spirit lives on.

the U. S. within the next generation. Negroes also will wife and 8-year-old twin sons. Charles Evers, the state chairman of the NAACP,

make up one-third of the population in most'of our 30 Rev. Mr. Johnson said, "Fundamentally, I have who has single-handedly fought for the right of Negroes -

biggest cities. been received cordially on the part of the people in the state, will continue his efforts. Dr. King

With knowledge of this information the smart attending church, I don't know about the rest." An and his SCLC have plans for future activity in Mis

Republicans see a great opportunity to foster a new average 300 attend. There are 1200 who haven't. sissippi.The.

new role for Negroes as managers or owners of the The pastor has not mentioned race in any of his Urban League is organizing an affiliate in

countless' service-type businesses needed in big sermons. "I knew it was an all white church with Jackson which will undertake massive training and

cities. The approach would be training programs, even practically no possibility of integration before I came." educational efforts and will secure jobs for Negroes.

financial assistance programs, to enable the Negro to The March was but a prelude to the efforts to bring

learn business and commercial operations.The freedom and equality to Mississippi's oppressed
Republicans feel that this appeal is less MORE PAY FOR METRO JUDGES Negroes.

blatantly political and less paternalistic than that Dade County's 13 Metro Court judges want an increase -

used by Democrat city bosses, and yet it could be the in salary. They now receive $15,500 annuallybut ,

cpnstructive and effective means to transform the want this amount raised to $18,500 an increase of
The
recently organized branch of the Southern
outlook-and dissolve the bloc-voting pattern-of the $3,000 annually-that will amount to $39,000. Assistant
Christian will makea
Hoke Leadership Conference in Miami
County manager Welch
recommended a raise in survey of Negroes in offices in the city of
Negro.And when our two major political parties try to salary of $1,000 making it $16,500 which seems more Miami. employed should be
They believe do that there
reasonable. as we ,
outdo the other in making business opportunities for office. The judges now have. .six-year. terms' in clerical and other higher positions in our city govern-

the Negro, the future takes on a rosier hue. ment filled by Negroes.WI .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 15, 1966 5

Get well wishes to Jessie Tribble at South Miami .
Hospital and Loretta Powell at Jackson Memorial "
Hospital. flH p 6r 1l

THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: -


a heaping cup of Patience HappinessTake ,
A fond goodbye to the Melvin (Betty) Foxes and And a big heartful of Love; wk'I

their five little foxes, Denise, Melvin, Dianne, Ivy Add two handsful of generosityto
and Marshall. They are moving to Baltimore. Really all of the above;

hate to lose them, but when you gotta go, you go- Then blend in a dash of laughterAnd

Happy Motoring! some understanding, too; '
Sprinkle generously with kindness
WELCOME TO OUR CITY The F. Thomas' and And memories, old and' new;

children, Don and Darrell, of St. Thomas, V. I. Foggeyis Add a lot of Faith and Mix well
a customs inspector at Miami's International Air- To makeit rich and sweet,

port. And enjoy a heaping portion
Nellie B. Moore is happy to have as houseguest, With everyone you meet.
her uncle and his wife, the Walter Moores of Philadel- Deborah M. Crawford .
phia. '1 i '

Mrs. Evelyn Hudson and granddaughter, Beverly ;vN I

of St. George, S. C. are houseguests of Asquith and GARDENIA CIRCLE !

Thelma McDonald.A CLUB ENDSMEETINGS FOR ::1\ tie 1i 1iJot flN fl\\

sad journey to NYC took Mr. Willie Davis, his
daughter, Nurse Patsey Moss and his grandson, Cla- SUMMERThe CJ
rence Moss to attend the funeral of his wife, Mrs. Mae, Gardenia Circle Club AA
Davis of 1032 NW 4th Ave. held their last meeting of the
summer at the home of Mrs. HE CAN TALK HIS WAY OUT OF ANYTHING,

Your prayers are asked for John V. Brown, who' pola Boyd, NW 3rd Ave. and -- EXCEPT PHONE BOOTH /
11th After the devotional
St.
critically ill at Baptist Hospital.
services, the club was calledto
order by its president, Mrs.
Visitors here from Atlanta are Mrs. Hattie High- Edna Smith.

tower and Irma Harris, aunt and cousin of the Jimmie Among the new business ,
Chandlers. Another friend, teenager, Cheryl Stinch- final plans were made for
comb, of Fayetteville, Ga., is a member of this party. the summer birthday picnicto
be given at Virginia Keyon
Brothers, Dr. H. W. Brown and Kirk Brown were the fourth Sunday in August.

in the city to visit their brother, John, whose a pa- Everyone is glad to know
that the husband of Mrs. C.
tient at Baptist Hospital.Houseguesting
Ilustont is home and doing
fine. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
with the Charles Williamsat
(Papa) Terrell are home from an
their Brownsville home are Cleo Ivy and Lois Dan- enjoyable vacation with rela-
dridge of Philadelphia.Verma tives in California.

After the meeting, the
Bryant, local schoolteacher, is vacationing club went into their social
in Detroit. hour .which was enjoyedby
all. 7Ty
Sincere sympathy to the Ferguson, Brown, Mrs. Edna Smith, presidentMrs.
Helen Ward, Reporter
Parker-Munnings; Walker, Moss, Howard-Robinson,
Wild goose and Bowe in the .loss of their dear ones.

FAMILY REUNION '
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seniors and children, Natalieand
Carla motored to Jacksonville last weekend to Gala was the occasion of JHy
the family reunion of the
attend the funeral of their cousin, James Coleman.Mrs. .
Edward Wake clan. The
Wake seniors were beamingof
Lucille Eldridge has been busy entertainingher the presence of eight
daughter (Yvonne) and family (hubby) Maurice and children and twenty-one
children of Philadelphia who are enjoying the varied grands.
activities of a vacation in Miami. Members of the family ,y9yr
who hailed from out of town q
'
were Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Honeymooning at the Holiday Inn (Brickell Ave.) Wake, Jr. and Four children of
were Louisa and Richard Williams of Atlanta, Georgia.Mr. Eatontown, N. J.. Mrs. Robert yy'ftib, ySqy
Haylmg and three uaughters p
l, r c
of Cocoa, Fla., and Mr. and fib'
Mrs. Joseph Orr and three
and Mrs. Harry Lee Collins of 14741 Filmore children of West Palm Beach,
Street have as their houseguest Misses Lillian and Florida.
Miami members of the clan
Johnnie Mae Chisholm and Shirley Ann Collins of were Mr. and Mrs. William
Sanford.A Wake, Mr. and Mrs. Shedrick
Gilbert and four children,
three-week vacation took Mrs. Mabel Bain, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Counts
daughter, Sadie, and two grandsons, Ivan and Edmondto and five children, Mr. and
Chicago, Detroit and Windsor, Canada. While in Mrs. Alexander Wake and
two children and Mr. Donald
Detroit Mrs. Bain had a reunion with daughter, Leona. Wake.

Highlight of the many
Congratulations to Lucy Mae Matthews, 14520 activities was' the 4th of // -.1" ,
Harrison Street, a Mays High teacher, one of 40 history July cookout at the home of '
teachers in the country chosen to attend a U. S. officeof Wake Jrs. /
history institute at Bradley The Wakes are pioneer
Education summer
Miamians who are actively
University, Peoria, Illinois. engaged in chur ch and civic from Gillette!
affairs. new at your beauty shop

Planning to attend the World Methodist Conference

in London, England August 18-25 are Bishop and Mrs.

W. F. Ball, Reverends S. A. Cousin, J. B. Blacknelland WASHINGHTON PARK

F. A. Allen. WIN MILK BOWL Eft the different
I j truly .u.
Mrs. Annie Mae Haley Robinson from Jackson- MATCHES ,

ville is in the city to be at the bedside of her mother, Three Washington Park permanent curl relaxer
Mrs. Lillie P. Haley, who is ill at Christian Hospital. youths won their matches and
44. two others fought to draws at
Room
the Milk Bowl Olympics goes on cool"' stays cool !
matches held at West Miami
of Atlanta Ga.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Patterson
Recreation
entertained at twilight on last Friday, the Miami de- cent r.

legation ,in attendance at the National Convention of Winning were Keefe Forget hot combs and stinging chemicals. Now from the

Jack and Jill convening in Atlanta. Members of the Mitchell, 1434 NB 153rd Ter.; laboratories of Gillette comes this truly differentcurl
delegation were: Andel Mickins, Ruble Mizell, Marie John Lene, 15151 NE 14th
Brown and Geraldine Arrington. Mrs. Patterson is the Ct.; and Donald Taylor, relaxer. Epic goes on cool- tays cool.

sister of Mrs. Mickins. 15291 NE 14th Ave.; awarded It's so gentle your hairdresser needn't wear glovesyetit
Mitchell,
draws were Henry
newsboy Charles Brown and his 1563 NE 152nd st., and relaxes even the !tightest curls. Color-treated hair?
Miami Times
family are visiting in Washington, D. C. His mother Terr.Sonny Smith 1449 NE 154th No probleml! Epic won't revert-In rain or heat.It .

will receive her certificate from the Nannie Burroughs lasts and lasts. Actually conditions your hair. Leaves

School of Religion this summer.Mr. The Olympics are spon- just enough body for the new smooth hairstyles. Your hairdresser

and Mrs. .James (Candace Byrd) Gooden are Dairy sored by Institute Southeast and Florida are in knows there's never been anything like Epjc. Try itl'!

spending some time here visiting her mother, Mrs. charge of Willie Pastrano,
Millie Parker. The Goodens of 114-59 157th St., youth director for the Instituteand
the former world's light THE EPIC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS CO., DIVISION CHICAGO, ILL.
Jamaica, N. Y. plan to stop over in Baltimore on heavyweight boxing champion.
way home this week.



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as they turned out to listen to a concert headed by popular singer Otis Redding.The _
well-behaved audience really screamed when the two local favorite, Sam & Dave
let loose with "Hold On I'm Coming," and went simply mad when Percy Sledge

sand "When a Man Loves a Woman." That was only part of the deal. The show also

included Garnett Mims,James Carr, the Ovations, Mittie Collier, Patti La Belle and
the Blue-Bells Johnson of Miami photo.

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.. ,,' 17,for all you jazz fans so be
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I2 to attend. There will be two the Miss Universe Pageant are, left to right: Mrs. Frances Burch, school teacher
concerts, one at 4:00 and one and wife of one of Bermuda's outstanding politicians; Mrs. Olive Trott (no relationto
4 5 POSTCARD again at 7:00 p.m. until Marie Trott, Miss Bermuda) franchise holder of the pageant and ownermanagerof
1 Admission is at the door' at a luncheonette and Mrs. Marlene Buterfield, a Hamilton, Bermuda radio and
$2.00 for the public and $1.00 television personality who is also manager and co-owner of Beta School of Charm
L OIly i $4. 95 for members.Alan' Appearing Rock Jazz at Club the and director for the Miss Bermuda Beauty Pageant.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 15, 1966 7

Any building I design will have

', I, beauty and function but always

1 Batt with the human touch. .

that's a must.9?


The gin I buy is London Dry.

Gordon It's always brisk,

BY DAVE BONDU dry and smooth. .To me,

Gordon's is a must. '"

In the unofficial Sepia Mayor's race, Tannie ,.
,..,, '
a /'M'IItJVIf'' A'A All'"u'.r ''';t'n..rn .l Ind H. '"
Dean has rolled into first place with 2550 votes. 5 W., s..",Cr1AiItNM OI CfI'" .w4'd II.\'oN t. '1 A.C? hM ldh/t I.vI.I/I It 0' l"M Anurs

Ruming a close second with 2360 votes is last ......-- ... ..... .-
week's leader, Bill Wynn, followed by Eugene Kemp
REWARD FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICEBy
1970, Pat Range 1960, Judge John Johnson 1700,

Ernest, Hayes 1580, Clyde Killens 1450, Earl Carroll direction of the Secretary of the Army, the
1410, Henry Arrington 1380, Willie Lamar 1230 and Army Commendation Medal is awarded to Captain

Blanche Calloway 1220 and Clarence Turner 1210.It Joseph N. Clark, for meritorious service at 8th U. S.

now appears that the candidates are working a Army Support Command from November 1, 1964 to
little harder in order to hold their positions or to move November 7, 1965. Colonel I. M. Coleman, Chief of > M

up to a better position. This unofficial Mayor's pollis Staff, Ft. Eustis, Virginia is shown congratulating
no joke. Our City Mayor, Bob High, as well as our Captian Clark. This is for commanding the 60thT lans..

county mayor, Chuck Hall, is watching this race Co. while in Korea.

very closely. They know that the man selected for this Captain Clark, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert

honor is the man from whom they seek advice in a lot Clark, active community leaders, 529 NW 11th Terr.,

of their dealings with our people in Dade County. will be remembered for his outstanding student-body

7:30 a.m. Cab Calloway's famous sister, Blanche, leadership at Booker T. Washington High School,
calls me and sez, "Cab will be in at 1:48, will you class of 1952, and Hampton Institute, class of 1956.
meet him?" "Sure," sez I. After all, the King of Hi At Hampton he majored in political science. Now

De Ho is a long time buddy. So Mayme and I got to stationed at Ft. Eustis after nine years of service

meet his highness during (my lunch hour, thank good: around the world, Captian Clark is headed for another
ness) and of course, we passed tne usual greetings, promotion.This ldORDOM'S
and inquired about families and mutual friends. His community is proud to salute one of its

daughter, Chris, opened the "Living Room" in New illustrious sons, and his parents.

York and as the expression goes, "she is saying
something." Anyway, I sez to Cab, "my car is out-

side." So he sez, "Morris Lansburg, owner of the Women Wanted For Jobs

Eden Roc, sent a car for me." A car he did send I {

His chauffer-driven Rolls Royce, and as Cab steppedinto As HomemakersHomemaker > DIST llp
the car, thechauffeursez, "Mr. Galloway,there i s IONDONDRrGordon's
the ice and soda and would you care for scotch, bur- be consideredfor ,
Service of Dade who wish to Gin created inLondorf -
bon or Canadian Blend?" Cab sez, "Just put all County, Inc. announces that it employment with this (gland in 1769
three together and let's see what happens." is recruiting mature women for established agency should It i the biqqesl America seller end in the England world
Man it sure was funny. I asked Cab if he would con- as Homemakerswho call Mrs. Emily Barefield, tlNOlN II I IWE
employment mODUCTOf U S.A.IOOXNUm[ SPIRITS P111(110! FROM CLAIM 90 PAOOF CORDONS DRY CIN CO. 11D
sider visiting our Brownsville EOPI center as Sammy will be trained to care Acting Director, Homemaker
Davis Jr. did when he was here. So he set the date for children while their motheris Service J71-5407. The
ill assist an elderly Agency is located in Room
or
for Friday, July 22 at 5 p.m. Of course his sister, person who having difficulty 200 at 395 NW 1st St.
Blanche, will do the MC honors. Dizzy Jones and his maintaining his own home.

great new band will also be on hand with a few other

surprises and guest stars to greet the great king of The Agency is setting upa >, > :

the music world, Mrs. Athalie Range, our own cit;y July training 25. Women program considered beginning for :'. ',". '," :,, > : WANT TO BE

commissioner; Mr. Dick weatherly and Mr. Fletcher the program will be those who :'1
Paschal, along with Mr. Alvin Cassel have already have had experiecne managing WASHED ELECTRICALLY (

promised. I am going to invite County Mayor Chuck a household, rearing children

Hall and our City Mayor, (Governor dect, we hope), or caring for the elderly. ., I
will be paidon <
Bob High. Admission is free and after all the show and The Homemakers "
presentations are for the folk in our poverty area who an hourly basis of $1.40an <
have not had the chance to see Cab Calloway, and hour. )*'\t;."..,". /

would not be able to go to see him this great star While permanent employment .Pi ;'< :'
of state, screen and TV. Y'all come! is not possible at this :.); .',"

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: George Wright, time, lIomemakers will be j',

our arranger and conductor for the new big band, has assigned to cases as needed oj:
and will be paid only when <
been elected president of the band, while Abe Meeksis they are assigned to a case.
treasurer. Alfred Shootes was made Secretary and The Homemaker Service is a d 4 w' ',
business manager, and Your's Truly is chairman o f nonprofit agency supported by

the board, The band is working real hard, and will be the United Fund the Junior ,
and the Heart Asso- $
ready for engagements on or about the first of Sep- League :
ciation.
S
tember. All of our new men in the band are just won-

derful With all of the new discoveries in medi- Women wishing to enroll .
cine and all types of remedies, I have found some- in the training program and '?t's"X & ,SIro ;+D-< CIF'*+r' + >

thing really great foi curing a cold. It costs about 40$ &R.un. ... .+kwo. iA y r}aacaoeia n' >.Y'f' w ara/7E 'M.R'6UC b. .+llf ,.' s ,
., 'c. ... ? yy .v>9K9K< x a J
rny.e"
.. 'J Y5 g <};'y yyySy .,. ky.e >,:
and it is "old fashioned" Castor Oil. Last weekI # 3F3 Gx. fk 3.L/. +6t+, 2'5..U:'' < 4tfi y+F%. 4>la :+fyS : ? M
was sick, sick, sick, and Mr. Paschal (bless him) }5:0"f9bdn tcrex; y yYYfRk%< f:%yx r ; : :'t''+'"h .ysts syFEEUNG ,

told me to go to the drug store on 27th Ave. at 47th St. ,? ) k fay{ ,ys 6 xveyy rs4 'r. ..ws'Ya yrAa'j s, ,, a. > i ,
and ask Dr. Wellman for a dose of castor oil. Now ?,

haven't had any of this mess since I was 10 years old,

and mama had to force it down me then, and I almost

died. Well, 35 years later, 0 took another dose,' and

the way Doc fixed it for me, I didn't even taste it.

Three hours later, I out ran Jessie Owens betweenmy

bedroom and you know where, but believe me when /

the next morning came, no more cold, and did I feel
great! Sooooo, next time you have a cold, take my ad-

vice and get a dose of the pod old fashion, and you'llbe ,

glad Forgot to mention Soulsville. The Royal Naturally Healthy Normal Hair
Drive-In at 15th Ave and 68th Terr. Soul food, from the GROWS from the HAIR ROOTS
In YOUR SCALP. The condition of
word "go". Check it out. You'll like Florence and your hair often depend heavilyon .
the natural health ot
Annie, too, they are nice people and give you good icalp.: Yean tfgo DOCTOR CAR-your
service. Alan Rock welcomes you to come, to hear his formula NOT Invented called medicated CARBONOEb tar
Jazz Show any nite at the Seville Hotel on the. Beach.He which to mixed with many pro,.
23L.b'neflcUI! InfredlenU. CARBONOEL There's no nonsense with an electric dishwasher. No pre-rinsing, no
feels bad cause hedoesn'tsee non o' us there. to such a strong. power
ful antlaepUe and doe Iud fine soaking, no drying, no drudgery. less breakage too. And no dishpan
Till the next one, live life every golden minuteof work BUMPY.In DANDRUFF helping an scalp ITCHY that hands. Modern electric dishwashers save 90 minutes a day and

it. PEACE! many DOCTORS retard It highlyand they safeguard family health by sanitizing with water that's hotter
icalp PRESCRIBE trouble Many il for annoying many than hands can stand. Don't you think you'd be better off, today
// "' ""''' '''''''' IIJ externally caused scalp condi.
with dishes washed the electric ?
: tlona are greatly relieved by the happy way
SEPIA MAYOR CONTESTI uie of this Triple strength tar
formula. Write for thta DOCTOR'S See your appliance dealer or plumbing contractor.THERE'S .
I CAST MY 'VOTE FOR GENUINE SCALP FORMULA
now It will be sent to, you all
r mixed and ready to use. USX IT 0
rr FOR 7 DAYS and If you are not
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satisfied your money back Pay
rr only |1.59 on delivery. This ln- NO MATCH FOR
eludes everything Don't pay apenny FuAMEi-ESS ELECTRIC
Name of Contestant}. r more. You ct U with full
direction Use the finest MXDI-
CATED SCALP FORMULA Four
money can buy Your hair and
.
.. scalp deserve fine car. Just send
Jour name and address to-GOLD
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Brookl'n :Q. N.Y. NOTE: BUILD ILORIDAtvl
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 15, 1966 9



I ;NEGRO BUSINESS HERE IN SAD STATE'.. I IFROM




are inadequately stocked. The merchandise dis- chain stores. I
plays are and Because of this, they are able to give the same ,
; WHERE I SITBY poorly arranged, the stores are not {
generally clean. Many Negro merchants fail to ad- prices on their goods as the chain stores. "Joe"

BILL McBRIDELessons here to sound business practices, such as adequate can do this because he is a member. The Negro

bookkeeping systems, inventory controls, and grocery owner cannot because he is not a member.
: cash controls. Most are in dire need of management You ask why doesn't the Negro become a mem-
't To Be counseling and training. (Management counseling ber like Joe? He does not have the money and
and training and money are being made available volume of business for membership. He doesn'tmakethe
Ir learned From by the Small Business Development Center; a part money because you don't support him by buying
EC.balis of the Equal Opportunity Program of Dade County, from his store. This, of course, brings us to the next I
And ChineseFrom Inc.) lesson that is being taught us by the handwritingon 4
There are no Negroes holding membership in the wall. I

the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce. There are This lesson deals with the support of one's
where I sit the Dade Negro has been no active Negro business men's organizations in business. It too, is being taught to us by a large

heard to loudly boast that we have moved way out Dade County. group of people coming this country from foreign
,front of the Negro in most other land. of the
southern cities. "THE HANDWRITING ON THE WALL" I speak now Cubans.
He boasts that here in Dade, more jobs are open to If you have noticed, the Cubans are slowly taking -

Negroes, the housing is better,educational facilitiesare Wake up Dade County! Wake up Negro business over the businesses of Dade County. One
superior and everything is open to everyone.He owner! This writing is being written by hands of source states that they now own almost onethirdof
boasts so often and so loud he has brainwashed foreign lands, but it reads the same throughout the all small businesses within the county. Theyare

himself into believing that Dade is now a Mecca world. doing it because they are a group of people that

for the Negro, and no further pushing is necessary.One Who are these writers? What is their message? are proud of their heritage and refuse to lose their

needs only to take a good long look to The first message is being written by a groupof identity with that which they think is good. They
plainly see that the Dade Negro is still at the bot- merchants specializing primarily in the grocery have succeeded in Miami because they support

tom of the ladder in almost every phase of community business who are called by the simple name "Joe". their businesses. The story is told that if a Cubanis
life: employment, business, housing, politics, This lesson is being taught primarily to their counterpart going to spend five dollars, he will travel five
culture, education and community pride; and he is in business, the Negro grocery store owner. miles to spend it with another Cuban. Because the

still a long, long way from being his brother's Why just the Negro? Simply because "Joe" has money is being spent in Cuban stores, the store
keeper. A good long look by all concerned will realized the vast buying power of the Negro within owner is able to join associations like AG and bring
the of this to their customers items at a much lower cost.
certainly clearly reveal that we have made plau- so-called black neighborhoods. Because
dable progress; but, the need for greater preparedness he has not only located his business within The total business conditions of the Cuban neigh- ..
self help, culture and quality education, the Negro neighborhood, but has located as closeas borhoods have greatly improved because all of the '1 1
the so-called "successful" Negro know how of their vast is there II
I community pride, political action and a greater possible to community willingand
spirit of cooperation among ourselves is more owned and operated grocery store. Why would he ready to help when the call is sounded. II

apparent now than ever before. do this? Won't competition hurt him? He does this Wake up Negro Dade County! The handwriting ''I
Yes, from where I sit, there still remains a because of several very simple reasons. First, Joe is on the wall. What will your children know of

;,,, great deal which is wrong with the Dade County has sacrificed the glory of the family name on the "black success" when they cannot find it in their U
Negro; and believe it or not, only the Dade Negro front of the store for that of one easily rememberedname. city. The immigrants that have come into this n
:: himself can correct these wrongs. Secondly, because of the 67 or more Chinese country and moved into the mainstream of American

U, Let's take a look at the Dade Negro business groceries operating within the Negro communitiesof success, have done so because they could see
owner He manufactures nothing, employs very Dade County under the name of "Joe", he is others that were immigrants before them that were
few of his brothers (we were unable to find a locally able to reap the benefits of group advertising. immigrants before them that ,were successful in
r r", owned and operated business employing more than Advertise for "Joe" and all of the 67 "Joes" business, thereby encouraging them to do the same.

y 10 persons) The Dade Negro has failed to takeN benefit. Thirdly, "Joe" is a member of Associated Wake up Negro Dade County! Read the hand-
| a stab at the operation of many badly needed and Grocers. This is an organization of some 354 small writing on the walllll!!! Support your business. Wakeup
lucrative businesses. He his business in stores that have formed an
operates independent grocery Negro business owners! If you want the supportof
: the, Negro section only. We were unable to find a organization to buy their supplies by pooling their your black brothers you must put your own house tin

u. single Negro owned and operated business in the money in one large sum, thereby being able to order and give them the type business worthy of '...
dowrtown area or in any of Dades large number of purchase the commodities as cheaply as the. large their support.

thriving shopping centers. v. '. ,.... ''' ." _J
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There is a super-saturation of grocery stores, -

beauty parlors, barber shops, restaurants and pool
halls. lie has conspiciously absented himself from, "THE NEGRO ANDANTISEMITISM"
or only touched the operation of businesses offer-
ing merchandize and services for which Dade's ON FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
TV JULY 20
140,000 Negro population spend millions of dollars I
"The Negro and Anti-
annually.There are no Negro owned and operated furni- Semitism" will be discussedon I I IIII BONDED
Channel 2, WTHS-TV
(1AL4
ture stores, new or used car dealers, auto tag "Open Mind" program on 4
agencies, linen services, night clubs, theatres; no Wednesday night, July 20.
real supermarkets. There is not a Negro owned and 1000-11:00 P.m. Guests for ,
operated business in which stock has been soldt this important discussion I RENTAL
With all the building taking place in Dade program are: Dr. John Slaw- I
County, we find less than a half dozen licensed son, executive vice-president, '
Negro contractors. Negroes own only two of Dade's American Jewish Committee; -
Bayard Rustin, executive
many liquor licenses. There is an appliance store director of the A. Phillip I IE'I AGENCY INC. ,
(recently opened with a $10,000 loan by the Small Institute; Alex Rosen, Dean of ,
Business Development Center). Only two Negro NYU Graduate School of
owned apartment developments with more than 15 Social work; and Kenneth THE, LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
Clark, Professor of Psychology
units.
at CCNY. '
Most of Dade's Negro business owners do not 'L' AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN

exhibit the pride of ownership that is characteristic I HON. L. BROOKS

of self employment and which is certainly necessary DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.
.
,. ... PRESIDENT
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of a business is to grow. Most of them are

guilty' of failing to pay the price for total involvement E1St:, Lout ; GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER

to learn their lines completely; to help their t"I<' .Tillers', 1
associates as fully as possible. Most of them flatly NEwt. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
refuse to become active in community affairs. Most ../FEATURING THE
of them, it is clear, have planned poorly; and a "3dAK; 1 ,SLACK ,SUIT ,. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
because "i nelvtlm".d l; Pont! for:: SoleV
large number are experiencing difficulty ;, f
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neighborhood as to its need for their services and I T"KRY'CE? ; .
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I. -t: ,Power Hot Aim, Baptist President SaysThe r,: NEWS vrrWy FROM- V.'U IN AND


militant Negro leader come embittered during the AROUND THE BAHAMAS
who walked down a Mississippi struggle for Civil rights, he
highway calling for went on. "Yet, there has !THfttte S.L>W1 =T*. .'JfcZ: g-
"black power" does not represent been more constructive progress r
the vast majority of (in civil rights) since
American In the Wesley 0. R. (Rusty) Nineteenyearold Ray.
Negroes, 1954 than in the last 100
opinion of the leader of one of Thompson, 54, died June 19 mond Ferguson learned the
years. Margaret Hos hard way that it is
the largest religious groupsin at the Princess not smartto
the world.Dr. Negroes "must not gauge pital. lie operated Rusty's discharge firearms Want-
J. H. Jackson, president their thinking in terms of Guests House on East Street only. On June 14, in the Mag-
of the National Baptist ? their hurts," he said, but in for 16 years. He is survivedby istrate's Court, he was sentenced
Convention and the out- terms of the opportunitieswhich his widow Enid, five to two month's impri-
'spoken minister at Mt. Olivet r America has to offer." children, Robert N., Wesley sonment for possession of an
Baptist Church in Chicago, 9 r q. Garth Jr., Jewel Adderley, unlicensed pearl-handled
was in Charlotte for the The church has an impor- Jeanette and Cheryl; three revolver and fined $57.14 for
week-long meeting of about tant role to play in turning brothers and three sisters. firing it, with alternative of
8,000 Negro Baptist educa bitterness and resentmentinto ************ additional two weeks in jail.

tors. "the correct relationship, ............
At a press conference of man to man," Jackson A waterspout tornado roarover Samuel J. Thompson, who
Wednesday, he said that said. Grand Bahama on June was convicted for the murderof
Stokely Carmichael, the America has gone as far 9, injuring 15 persons, wreck- Everette Martin Pearce,
militant leader of the Student as it has because of the ing 11 homes at Williams lost his appeal June 18. The
Non-Violent Coordinating "overtones and results of the Town and damaging two at president of the Court of
Christian spirit," he said, Another or the same
Committee, "gives the Impression Freeport. Appeal said:
that he is speaking and that spirit "can do thingsin waterspout struck at' Polemos "We cannot reason ably
for all of us." such a way that a better Creek, Andros and did con- consider any other action,"
human relationship is esta- siderable damage. An eye-
"But, Jackson said, as he announced the court's
"Mr. Carmichael does not blished. witness said "it sounded decision.
speak for millions of Ameri- They believe in a joint proJect the better I it will be for every- like a bulldozer." "The sentence is there

cans, white and black. Theydo body." ............ fore one of death, the only
not believe in black power. "The sooner we learn that, Too many people have be- START WORK TOO Y.I!IA one which can be passed by

Public Se.vlc Over Detectives are investigating the Supreme Court."
20 Years what was identified as a Pearce, a Royal Bank of
Live In Molds man's skull found hanging ina Canada branch manager, was
Cook But Boys tree in a patch of bush off shot to death by Thompson on
Dishwashers Porters St. Alban's Park Road off November 17.
Co Station Driver West Bay Street. Otis Tynes
Hotel & Home MoldsW. discovered the skull on June PICNIC ATVIRGINIA
Appreciate Your 6. Officers reported findinga
Builnes pair of shoes and pants, BEACH
several human bones and The July-ites of St. James
;tr Fa 9-1381 underwear on the scene. The AME Church,under the leader-
aa skull was suspended about ship of Mrs. Sarah Mobley
( IfS t1C111 N.E. 5th Street eight feet from the ground and are sponsoring a beach pic-
held by television "leadin"wire. nic at Virginia Beach, July
I 17 from 1 p.m. until.

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Publishers Association here on Saturday paused during a break at the Torch of
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Friendship. The sessions were held at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel with the Miami

Times as host. Pictured are L. Dupree, Tampa; Lawrence Wesley, Daytona Beach ; Drugs-Sundries-Cosmetics & VitaminsAT
Joseph Jones, Tampa; William McBride and Garth C. Reeves, Miami; and James L.

Bruton, FAMU House of Photography photo. LOWEST PRICESSOME


I St. Pete Atty. In Prominent Convention RoleThe OF OUR OPENING DAY SPECIALS

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first national convention James Flournoy of Californiawho didate for the 1968 Republican 25C COMBS 5$
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held in Detroit, Mich. May The principal activity wasp 25C RUBBING ALCOHOL (PT)_|2C
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Williams, St. Petersburg attorney was that of Resolutions
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vice president of the Assembly. of I. W. Ike Williams. $1.19 PRIMATENE_?_890
Over 70 delegates and The Sunday sessions began CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
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IT12 Girl' Scouts Earn Challenge Pins,



30 To Make Annual' Heritage/ Trip. JollIl Beggr


following Girt Scouts, These girls
The are proud to
have Lowe, in Georgia. Roberta Hamilton, Shell
members of Troop 724 completed the requirements -
,
11 earned the select Chal- for this challenge pin Leola Alford, Molly Skin- Noble, Pat Reese, Daisy
ave of Active Citizenship and will display it with pride ner and Cheryl McKinney Evans, Betty Carter, Linda
enge have been cited by the troop Nelson, Flora Brown, Delores
earned
This pin was byme on their badge
sash.
in. Truly,
for having the highest scholastic -Pace, Annie Gray and Gwen-
participation of two projects these girls are acgive citizensthe
that reached out into the hope of America and the average for the ensuingyear dolyn Spencer. :
to enhance the leaders of tomorrow. in each grade of the The troop's Loyalty Awardwas
ommunity troop. Leola from ninth ,
grade won by Altheria Moore
of Life as Clti-
Way ANNUAL HERITAGE
merican TRIP
Molly from eighth and Cheryl Delores Pace and Yvette .
Democracy. Cherry Brown, Molly Skin- :
in
a
ens from
seventh t
grade. Other Davis. Swindle
Dorothy
won p
ner and h
Burchd
Brown, Pat Dorothy Swindle will
Cherry girls who achieve the best all-around
outstanding Girl Scout
Dorothy Swindle par tici- attend the Day
Camp at the
honors
included the following Award. Jennifer Baker was
aced in a selected project Carol City and PerWinkle
Misses: Cherry Brown, Dorothy selected as Miss 724 and will
sing multi-media to reache Area from July 18-25. Followed Swindle, Pat Burch, Sharon reign as the queen doe the
citizens of Miami thus by five days rest with Gilbert, Willa Burch, ensuing year.
rging them to display the friends and family and they
merican Flag on the Fourth will join the other thirty-six I OrrqMOM msttssc
,f July. To these ends, they members of the troop in the I
were heard on radio station first annual Heritage Trip. 4
,AME with a special message This trip will last 15 days FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE

urging everyone to be and take the girls to five ... ...." .... .. ,.-.c_ 11..1 .:. ,
roud that they were Amerians states and the District of : ..$* V, 3 F '
and to display the flag Columbia. The states that the I ...."'....
n front of their homes on the girls will visit are as fol- I JOHNSON aITD. 1&4' ,.
[fourth of July. lows: New York, New Jersey, I '
Not to be outdone, nine Virginia, Maryland and Penn- :
>ther girls served in various sylvania. All of the cultural OF MIAMIIt's :'
sitions at the United Cerebral historical, educational and I II j a z ; :
social landmarks of I .I
Palsy office for the past these A ,<,
[four weeks, and together they states will be include d as 9U1 'I )') "
have given a total of 1,000 well as your days at the National -
[clock hours to the childrenwho Girl Scout Camp and I never too late to takeGRADUATION I WENDED SCOTCIII. WRISsac.
wr s+cAwrwa
are unable to walk and Program Center, Rockwood, ( .rrMl
talk as other Americans. Md. Other Girl Scout shrine PICTURESBecause
These girls are An ceria Aus- that the troop will biew are I
tin, Altheria Moore, Flora National Headquarters in New we have the Caps and Gowns with I
Brown, Delores Pace, Yvette York City and enroute home here!
Davis Ruth Houston, Linda the troop will stop at the homeof Tassels in all school colors was
Nelson, Cynthia Smith and the founder of Girl Scouting I
Claretha Smith. Daisy Julliette Gordon
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I Phil' OssoferThe COLOR Cash Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the born-and-
-
bred Scotch drinkers.They've been smacking their
unfortunate birth of does seek to overthrow, John for this
lips over Begg years. Suddenly grand
the cone ept of "black power," (ana flare is wnere mere is 1186 NW 38th St. I
rejected nearly all the civil agitation for black power), I old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue"Take a
rights organizations and are the groups that block its peg of Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best," say

sympathizers, is a natural progress, such as the KKK, the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
step in the evolution of racial the White Citizens' organiza- I r63 :448! J taste is gentle, and whose price is light.
tions, and those whose apathetic -
equality. It is the offspringof silence on civil rights TJ J 86.8 PROOF.IMPORTED BY JAMES M,McCUNN & CO..INC.,N,Y.
stubbornness on the partof
keep it from becoming a
those whites whose
"gradual" means "never", reality now.
and impatience on the part of Dr. C. H. Jackson pre- \ /
sident of the National Baptist
become w
those Negroes who have -
frustrated through the Convention, the largest organized N / e4
of in
body Negroes
injustice of racial!

tion.Black power had to segrega-becomean ''reforms America stampede,or said people, "You into them cannot moral intoa IMo need to be crowded I! t

pressure
element of the struggle asa '
life of purity."

integrate warning in that peace if ,we a do break-not but I I agree believe with that this such statement people,, Now you can own I / ,

down of law and order must
must be made to recognize the
follow. Black power is a impurity and sinfulness 0 f beautiful
threat which will be kept a spacious
their ways. This calls for ,
alive as long as we do not moral education which they
learn the lessons of watts. should be getting in their

The Negro revolution is .churches their children and should at home.be giving Until I

unique in that it does not seek such education becomes a
to overthrow our government, reality, and until we learn ''I:1IiTiIIIII: ] ] [ ] .
but instead, seeks to, enableall that violence is not the way
citizens to become fully- to equality, we will have to
participating members of a' live with the threat of black
democratic society. "What it power.




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RANGE MANKER. ALBERT. .

Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Ferguson Mrs. Betty Jo Williams of Laverne Johnson, 15945 NW

I CARDS of 1814 NW 67th St. 2780 APt. 9 died June 30, 22nd Ct., Opa-locka died July

MEMORIALS DEATHSCARD died July 11. Mrs. Ferguson she is survived by two daugh- 5. Survivors are parents, three

was a pioneer Miamian and ters Misses Victoria and sisters, one brother, grandmother -
was co-owner of Pacific Mittie Williams; two sons, great grand mother,

Shoe Store on NW 18th Ave. Benjamin and Booker T: her great-greatgrand mother. Ser

OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe She is survived by her hus- father, Joseph Bryant and vices were conducted Saturday
band, Harold Ferguson; two mother 1 family of the late The family of the late Walkers, Ben & Doris sons Henry and Harold Jr.; lour r other relatives. Remainswere in Opa-Iocka.

KENNETH REVELS L take this method of thanking daughters, Irma Lambert, sent to Daytona Beach,

better known to his friends aa the many friends who were Marie Floyd, Geneva Barnett Fla. Elder Horace Watson, 3773
considerate during his six and Vera Knowles; an aunt, Frow Ave., Coconut Grove
"baybud" wish to express weeks stay at Veterans Ada Nicklewhite of Governor's Emory Hudson of 1855 NW died July 7. Elder Watson has

their appreciation and thanksto hospital. He stayed on the Harbor, Eleuthera ; other re- 68th Terrace died Friday, been a resident of this com-
the many friends for theii critical list most of that latives. Services Saturday, July 1. He is survived bye munity for 30 years. A very

kind letters words, floral,' cards pieces, telegrams and, time and we are sure the July 16 at 3:30 p.m. at th two sisters Mrs. Elizabeth outstanding minister of the

many prayers that were sent Church of God located on NW Riley and Mrs. Ethel Mae Churches of God in Christ, anda
donations. Special thanks to 19th St. and 2nd Ct. Rodson, two brothers, leading pastor of the South
Rev. R. C. Kelly, Rev. W, up for him led to his re- Sheppard and Theodore; other
Miami area; also the superin-
We thank the mem-
covery.
Curry, Richardson Funeral Mrs. Beatrice Howard of 2441 relatives. Services were held tendent of the South Miami
Home, the custodians bers of Martin Memorial AME
at July 6 in the chapel.
Northwestern Senior Church, tie Church of the NW 65th St. died, July 10. district. Services will be
High She is survived by her hus conducted Saturday at 3 p.m.
School and Mrs. Celestino Rfaljt Ascension Episcopal for your niece Leonard Pruitt of Star Route
band, Frank Howard; a A.M. Cohen's Temple Churchof
Brown. prayers, visits, calls, car LaBelle, Fla died June 30.
service and money. Elizabeth Robinson; two God in Christ. Will He in
Redmond end I! He is survived by a brother in the
nephews, Sam repose SOuth Miami
Mrs. Frances Revels He returned home on June
Harold and other relatives.
And Family iv" 14th and was well enough on Leroy Redmond Howard; other Church Friday evening 2 P.m.
I ; 25th of June to celebrate relatives. Services Friday, Remains were shipped to until midnight and back to the

their 25th Wedding Anniversary July 15 at 3:30: in the chapel. Atlanta, Ga. Coconut Grove chapel until
.. 2 Survivors wife
and our friends p.m. are ,
MR. CLAYTON R. PIER SON you Mrs. Maude Lewis of 2281 NW Freddie Jones of 7015 NW Fannie; one brother James;
IN MEMORIAMIn wish to express the most sin really made it a silver one. 71st St. died July 5. Mrs. 18 Ave. died July 9. He is mother-in-law, five sisters-
I cere thanks to our neighbors Thanks again for so many Lewis lived in the Miami area survived by one brother K. C.; in-law, four brothersinlaw.James .
loving memory of lovely gifts, and cards and three sisters, Letha and Emma -
friends and relatives for the past 42 years and Ross, 14261 NW 24th
also who fixed
to those foods
for flowers, cards, telegrams,''of operated a grocery store on NW Jones and Mrs. Mary Lee Ave. Opa-locka, died July irj.
kind. Special thanks to
I visitations, use of cars and any 15th Ave. and 68th St. She is Cooper; other relatives, Arrangements incomplete.
Rev. R. H. Johnson, pastor of
consideration Arrangements incomplete.
I
every during survived by seven daughters;
Mrs. Walker that blessed the
,
: our period of bereavement. Freddie Wilson' Eunice Han- Infant Paula Denice Damon,
i Special thanks to the doctorsand house. Father Pickle, pastor Lewis ha- Johnny Mae Thomas of 1381
Mrs. Walker who renewed kerson, Keturah 11742 SW! 221 St., Goulds,
nurses staff at Jackson 'their! vows and Rosalind dia Grimsley, Maude Wilson, NE 150th St., North Miami Fla. died July 12. Graveside
Memorial hospital on 6-E Wing Ruth woods and Nathalie Beach died June 28th. She is services Friday Paradise
who bless this
Rev. Thompson, Rev. Mickinsand house Roberson so beautifully.sang May Williams; two sons, AbrahamJr. survived by her mother Mrs. Memorial, Richmond Heights.
Rev. Brown, Range Funeral and Issac; other relatives. Cora Toles, two brothers
God bless all of .
Home who officiated. We you. Services were held July nat Theodore and Richard; other ,

shall remember each of you, The Walkers Bethany Seventh Day Ad- relatives. Services were held 1 r;;
.
always.We ventist Church. Saturday in the chapel. SKIN DISEASES

are gratefully yours:

1 ,L Mrs. Marie Pierson, wife John Mobley of 3265 N\V 48thSt. Infant DaisY' Davenport, A new approach to treat
daughter of Mrs. Warrina
Davenport -
'. Annie Moss, sister CARD OF THANKSThe APt: 1 died July 8. lie is : of Homestead died ment and medication

Eleander Simon, niece family of the late survived by his wife, Willie baud
July 9. Burial Thursday, July14at9a.m. on specialiied
CHARLES DEAN Ileen Wheeler daughter Mae; a son, John Jr; several: blood and
who Hazel Levan, daughter sisters; one grandson; other laboratorytes.j
departed this life
July
Ethel Bain, sister relatives. Services were held Ala general proflice.
12, 1958. brother Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .
Gone, but not forgotten. Amos Nottage, Tuesday in the chapel.
3 Grandchildren George Sheffield of 1001 NW

Relatives and friends Sonnie McFarley of 1330 NW 62nd St. Apt. 6 died July 7. DR. H. HAAG
Mae Dean, wife, Burial Thursday July
14 at
51 Terrace died July 6. Mr.
Wilfred and Ramon, brothers J ." f$ '< McFarley was a deacon in the 10 a.m. PL 1.1234V'cL

Clementine Davis, sister IN GRATEFUL f" ', Israel Bethel P. B. Church ,

ACKNOWLEDGMENTThe oJ., and was well-known in the

IN MEMORIAM family of the late ,, ':.....i1I.';! ,." a his Miami wife area.Ira He; is one survived daughter by, ;;; ;: ;; !

I .. Toni; two sons, Larry and
In sad but loving memory MRS. EVA DAVIS Ritchie; two stepsons, Coleman

of my husband, our father and I who departed this life May and Bobbie Felts; two

our grandfather 16, 5:50 P.m., 1966. sisters, Lovalee Golden and

wish to express our sincere Princella Daniel; five brothers,
thanks to the many friends and John, Samuel, Brady, L. C.,
neighbors of 11th Terr., and .. I .sue and Kelsey; other relatives.

NW 1st Ct., and Opa-locka, Services were held Saturday, .
for your prayers, cards, dona- ALLAN B. FINDER July 9. ti,LKiIt'c

tions, floral arrangements ho departed this life June Ux 5 DAB
telegrams and the many other FREE DELIVERY {JV' DRUG
wish
kindnesses 12, 1966, to express our ami" extended to us
during our bereavement. sincere thanks to our many r 6750 NW lath A'J:NL'F tl.lr?Id Jolllvfltr, Manager
1 'riends for floral pieces,
I Special thanks to our pas- elegrams, cards, donationsmd

tor Rev. S. L. Gay, Rev.Rolle other acts of kindness.
members and Choir No.
1 of Mt. Hermon AME Churchof Thanks to Rev. Stuart,
1 Opa-locka and to the 'pastor, officers and membersof LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

Range Funeral home. May God ( St. Mary's church. Special
bless all of you. '1 1I thanks to Rev. Savoy of

i I Grave Presbyterian church, 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 4-4197
Mrs. Mary E. Smith, daughter ;Rev. Willie John, Teresa
Mrs. Dorothy Ann Slaughter, I Lewis
and
Juanita
Ephram,
E. JOHNSON MANAGER
OX-1-9199
R daughter i iI II and Francis Funeral Home Terry B. Parker Sr. of 1239
Mr. James A. Holt, son j for services rendered. God NW 70th St. died July 8. Mr.

I Mr. Albert Smith, Jr. sonI I bless you all. Parker was a member of a
in-law pioneer Miami family and
And Family Mrs. Irene H. pinder, wife was employed as a social

-- Mrs. Rachel Perry, daughterMrs. worker with the state of ,

JAMES WILLIAM BETHEL IN MEMORI Rhoda F. Lowe, daugh- Fla. He was widely known '
AM
terLeban and active in civic
who many ,
departed this life July
5, 1952. J. and Edwin pinder, social, fraternal and religious d
The family of the late sons
organizations. He is survivedby
We loved
you, but God
loved you best. MRS. EDITH A. BLACK a wife, Wilhelmina; a son

wish to express their appreciation Terry Jr.; a mother, Mrs.

Gone and sadly missed, but to the many friends for THANK YOUMr. Evangel ine Mannings; other
flowers, cards, telegrams relatives and friends. Ser- iit
not forgotten. visitations and Mrs. W, C. Cogdell vices were held wednesday : a
and the
use of
cars during our period of 1 wish to extend sincere appreciation July 13 at St.Agnes" EpiscopalChurch.
Eva A. Bethel, wife bereavement. I for all expressions .

Children: Special thanks (of sympathy extended to themin THOUGHTFUL,
Mrs. Leola Cambridge, de- A. D. Hall to Rev. j their recent bereavement '
members
of BEAUTIFUL
|Mrs. Cogdell' brother, WillieT. %r'-- SERVICESOur
ceased Ebenezer Methodist/Church,
Golden passed in Akron,
Beatrice Bethel Miles
and Bains Funeral Home, ,I Ohio. He was buried in "\ ability and desire to
Marie Bethel Richardson who directed.
Eustace A. T. Bethel Jacksonville, Fla. on July HERE'S PROOF YOU'll carry out your wishes, together -
Clarence Black husband 4. 1966.
James W. BethelGrandchildren Charles Anchon,, brother They are truly grateful for LIKE OUR PRINTING: y' h + with our experience,

And family all degrees of miscellaneous mean a service that is

courtesies, visits, telephone Quality Job Budget Price
; conducted with and
calls, cards, telegrams, and, beauty
IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORYIn flowers No Job Too large or Small x tKfjf/- understanding-to comfort.

sad but loving memory loving memory of my mi i
of our dear one, dear daughter and our sister Deadlines, Met on Time /J

DAN PAYNE and mother
IN MEMORIAMIn Satisfaction Guaranteed My Father In Heaven, help/
who departed this life July FERN MARSHALLwho
me never to forget love
of Thy
22, 1962. was laid to rest in memory our aunt, and. our customers come back! .. it looks up to me in the
Many a hearts no longer here Brooklyn, N.Y. July 15. 1965. ANNA BOD1E I I \ beauty of 'the flower ."
Ah! was all to only dear May the soul of the faith- who departed this life July .". '
John
Yet, Oh love, tis thou dost ful departed through the mercy j 15, 1965. May she rest in Miami Times Henry Jowett

call of our God, rest in peace. 1=)eace. -. Oscar L. Range
Thou wilt be our all in all.
FOR AlL YOUR PRINTING
Mrs. Alice Marshall, mother NEEDS -

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JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHELLE R


ARE TALKING ABOUT N.Y.C. Dem.
Leader, Negro Raymond Jones retiring froms
later this year.Jones, candidate for Surrogatee

: Arthur Klein was beaten by Justice Samuel J.
man who was backed by Sen. Robert Kennedy.test .
of political power, Bob Kennedy split the

Dem. machine, making him (and his money) topf

the Dem. Party. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell h

defeated atty. Ramon Martinez by 11,000 votesm. t41/L1

renoroination L. J. Overton, top member
iR-VOU ACT Board of directors asked Living- t'1.e9ti

Wingate to resign his post as head of the multi- ;

,n dollar poverty agency of NYC L. J.
on has big national connectioni with Loca1338.er

of the Negro Labor Council and was head'er : .

in the recent White House Civil Rights con-

ce. NY Gov. Rocky gave popular NYC atty.s .
R. Rhone $22,000 a year post, as a membere _
_
State Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board ------ -

I. NYC subway trains up a nickle, now 20$ a ride This group of ladies, members of ZETA AMICAEof Willie M. Heastle, Eddie L. Smith'May} dell'Brayrion,

I 8 started the biggest strike in U. S. Airline His- Miami were caught by photographer, Frank Johnsonas Juanita Fisher, Elaine Forbes, Ernestine Ballamy,

I, no end in sight. Eastern, Trans World, National, a presentation of $100 was made to Nursing Melrose Robinson, Luvenia Knox, Lacey Drayton,
led and Northwest. The strike canceled 757 daily Supervisor of Variety Children's Hospital. The check Dorothy Baker, Rose Poitier, Vernnic WilliamsNaomi

hts at Kennedy, La Guardia and Newark Airports. is being presented by a friend, Dorothy Baker, presi- Johnson, and Alice Hoges. Members not shown are
rican Airlines still working. dent of the group. ZETA AMICAE members also con- friends, Anna Anderson, Rachael Coleman, Arnie Mc-

tributed this year to the Women's Auxiliary of Christian Kenzie, Caroline Morley, Sarah Pullom, Martha Sharpe

LANSKY OF HALLANDALE, FLA I met and Hospital, Inc.Pictured. Juanita Sheppard, Louise B. Shorter and Jeraline
lied with Sol last week in New York as he was left to right are friends,Lenora Johnson, Baker.
ring St. Vincent Hospital where he recoveredhis
second heart attack. ,Sol is the brother of ,'Ib"j

ler Lansky., international gambling boss. Myer 'ts. ,I.' IEii. do i i".:":.Wtrkshtp' PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
along with Vito Genovese and Sam Giancana M, '* t\ rt WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTY
sky : '
\\F .. ,' : ..,: : (
;
under federal investigation about the one million CIJSTOM MADE
"
[lars a month rake off from Las Vegas Casinos be- : at:; Florida' MtiMrjil. !: |- -iWi i nmiiii i kliMit in iiMna.Mi i i eir riiitiimimni.* i i -
le taxes. I had to take a rain check to visit Solon SLIP COVERS

next trip to Miami. Sol said he would stay in New A workshop in Special State University, Columbus, .. CtYSTAL CLIAi
Irk a week and rest before heading to Hallandale. Education will be held at Ohio where she was engagedin ION titAn. LASTINAMSIUAMT AUI
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.
THELMA GREEN July 11 through August 4. Project Life (Language i11AIANTU.SrvkMO
Classes will be conductedthis Improvement to Facilitate t{ r jtNtNttN
iliss Dee-Lovely of '66". year by Pearl E. Tait, Education.) ..nil.AM.. t Np1l+o't a?
|ss T. Green hails from Mrs. Tait joins the Florida Registration is now open r.- Fill ISTIMATIS
oklyn, N.Y., is a popular Memorial faculty from Ohio for the following courses: 0fNSPECIAUZINGi
CALL
del and clothes designer- ... :/ Education for Exceptional o PII 5I.teals tr11tt. IN PLASTIC DAY NIGHT OR
Children, Reading Difficul- SLIP COVERS ,
list. She is 23 years EXCLUSIVELY
..c ..1."", .. SURPRISE ties and Contemporary Mathematics
ld and business college .e HONIWl
| a .
\ for Elementary Scjoolsand House of Grctchen 1-5038
tudent. Thelma plans to ... .. HOUSEWARMINGPARTY Teachers. A student may
fisit Miami in December doing ., ; earn up to six hours creditin Formerly Grctchen-Nichola Plastic Cover
the Florida Orange ,.-.p:" the four week session.
., f
lossom Classic. Favoriteport ,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie C.
football; music,
Dingle of NW 66th St. were
ck n' roll; love dancingg entertained at a surprise
: James Cart's "Love housewarming party on Sun- t '
t
ttack." day, July 3 by their son, /
William and three daughters,
Mary, Esther and Yvonne,now
YVONNE BETHELssey residing in Baltimore. Also II t..
Guild Rose Deb. joining in the surprise were 1

Sfvonne (Daughter of Scoop their foyr grand sons, Gary
ethel) was presented at' Wayne, Tyrone, Derrick, a
son-in-law, Lish C. Sims and -
ttyssey Guild of Bklyn,1
Renee Hughes, all of Balti
'Rose DebutanteCotillion" more. Several of their friends
which took place Friday, of this city joined I in making
[June 3,at the Towers Hotel f fi this affair one of the most
She was graduated from enjoyable of the season.

eorge W. Wingate High 1
1\.
drool in"June. Hobbies: : MIAMI TIMES
usic and
dancing; ambi- -+sj..ar-. -
[tion; teacher, escort; Eddie i .

right. She was 18 July 4. .ADS."fcWBB* Finance Your Car with Our

[MUSIC SURVEY AND TEEN TALK CHATTER -

|Chuck Carter's hit "Pretty Little Brownskin Girl" BRING 411' AUTO LOANI!

dedicated to lovely Dee Simmons, former Miss Beaux.
I Arts, who recently separated from her husband, NYC RESULTS

cop, Lou Kyle, To Lou Kyle, Ray Charles says .,4Il. N? "' "..

"Let's Go Get toned" Percy Sledge's Warm and 1. Shop around for the car you want. Bring us the

Tender Love" TO Miami's Vivian Williams. Dionne make, model and price
Warwick's new hit "Trains and boats and Things,"

dedicated to Miami's ace reporter Dave Bondu "Around II BUILDING YEARS OP SERVICE RESPONSIBLE TO b 2. We will okay your loan quickly and with no red

Miami" columnist. Ronettes at Basin street East THE COMMUNITY tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want
"Walking in the Rain," July 7 thru July 30 .
When BUYING *r BUILDING' : to make loans.
Temptations Ajnt to Proud to Beg" Capital's"Cool .

jerk" dedicated 'to Ida Hernandez .Joe "CALL STANLEY 3. Interest can bees low as 4%% on a new car, and
Cuba's El Pito(Latin)"Ain't Going Back to Georgia, I
to PL "-111'I payments for as long as 36 months -the lowest
Harlem's
mayor, Georgia born Clarence Brinson. .
Frank Sinatra's Strangers in the Night" dedicated to Beautiful Built on Your Homes Lot r. l' J payments possible. We also make loans on used
old.
S
newly weds cars up to years
Ruby LaVerne Scott and John Nealy. or Our
Congrats Dusty Springfield's"Believe Me" to lovely Attractive Alterations I

Carolyn Eliard, Deb 66 Mable John's "You've and Additions
Got a Good Thing" dedicated to Ginger A. Givens. .Lot U Demolish LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
:
This week's Apolla show Joe Tex "The Love You Your Worn OutHouse
and Build OP MIAMI
sav [1]
: the shireiies, Exciters, wm. Bell. Scopp Bethel Lovely New Home I
first fully integrated tank in the entire Southeast--
saying follow the times. Time and tide waits for no Call U. for Fact About
!man So long Building right here In the Edison Financial Center
Coed Bank Financing 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue. Phone 759-4431
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STANLEY BUILDERS, NOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
""RtlilfrtffwlThikeks !I' inc.LictMtd Mondo,. Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday 9:30 am to 2 pm Fridays 9:30 am to 2'p'"

l J Iswtd _ciS".a to 8 pm. Drive-In Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Saturdays 9 to
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Ywtfc DOT At AMfiocb Ssdey,I AME LAYMEN MEETIN

MELBOURNEThe

conference lay organization
South Florida

Conference AME Church will
Y S+ hold its third session at Mel-

; haCA'i'IIY bourne the fourth Sunday in
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N"O" July.The
(\\f'; local lay organization LILY WHITES
'01 Greater Bethel AME
... CELEBRATEANNIVERSARY
Church 245 NW 8th St. will
i l." charter a bus to take all persons ..
desiring to go. Round-

trip is 550. Lily Whites of Miami Dis
) Assembling point will be
trict will celebrate their
at Greater Bethel. Bus leaves anniversary
Sunday July 24that
at 7:30 ..m. Sunday.
Trinity CME Church, 4th St.
For further information '
Y\ and 5th Ave. at 3 p.m. The
COACHMAN call Mrs. Jessie Giles, public is invited.
373-2178: Mrs. Ella Jones,
\ Sunday School will begin 63+-7137; Andrew Lemon, Margaret Carey President
at 9:30 son. followed by 379-1441: Ed Cherry NA
morning service at 11 a.m. 4-4187. Mrs. Arm Smith is I
BTU will begin at 5:30 p.m president and Mrs. Odessa II I CENTRAL BAPTISTRev.
: : t .) followed by evening serviceat Powell, secretary.
CHARLES ROSS
'7 p.m. E. J. Clarke, pastor
Yoir are invited to observe, The morning' speaker will officers and members of Cen-

with the pastor and membersof our own Charles Ross, son of 'ST. tral wish to thank everyone
PAUL AME
.
the Antioch Baptist Churchits Deacon and Sister Ray Ross who made our Woman's Daya
annual Youth Day. The arid our evening speaker will Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor great success. The chairman -
Youth Day Committee has,, be our own Miss Cathy Coachman Mary Rawls. reporter and co-chairman engi-
spared no pains in preparingtwo daughter of Deacon and neered our day to success.
wonderful services for Sister Howard Coachman. Mrs.Annie Branham of Ebenezer -
your morning and evening en They will be speaking from I Baptist Church of Hal-
joyment. Participants will the theme, "Youth's Evaluation landale was the morning
: include both members of the of the Promises of God." speaker. Mrs. Leole McCoy
: ; ; youth department and visiting Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastorBor. from Ft. Lauderdale was the
as weU.CHURCH. Willie Powell, reporter. evening speaker. Both ladies

were at their best.
-- w Mrs. Mary Saunders
OF THEINCARNATION NEW MT. MORIAHRev. man; Mrs. S. Newton, ,chair-co-

I chairman.
A. 1... Shi w,, pastor .
Last Sunday evening, the Evelyn L. Souter reporterWe

heard a very THANK YOU
lecture on "Speak- were blessed to have a
With Tongues." The 'wonderful message Sunday The president and members

was the Rev. Fr. i morning coming from Rev. of Stewardess Board No. 2
E. Winkler from Wiggins. All who were absent of Greater Bethel AME Church
Illinois, who has i really missed a treat. We are wish to express their thanks
12 years experience in :so happy to have and
our own ----- appreciation to all for
speaking. Rev. Jackson back, also glad BEVERLY CHAMPIONLast their splendid cooperation

On Sunday afternoon, July ,he had a safe trip from his Sunday serviceswere and support in helping to
home in Louisiana. lie delivered make their Red Carpet Tea
we are all invited to the very inspirational. Our
Blessing of the new the evening message. presiding Elder Roberts gave the success that it was.
A bouquet to each one Thanks to Mrs. Ceola Walker,
an inspiring
301 NW 52nd S t message on last
families.'n : the blessing, there who took part, attended and Friday night. He held 'his guest speaker of the evening
be open house so that sent donations for Ushers Third Quarterly Conference. and also Mrs. Matilda Mc-

i may see the lovely house Board No. 1 anniversary. We are very happy to report Phee, Mrs. Mary Ross, chair-
recently by the con- There will be an after that all hoards and clubs man; Mrs. Ophelia Scavella,
1 ;service program Sunday night. made their reports 100% president and Rev. S. A.
s The morning message will be Cousin
On Sunday at the conference.Last pastor.
July 24, Even- ,delivered by Rev. McQueen.
at Thursday night
7:00 pun. we
There will be a tea by the held
the
On crowning of Little
Sunday July 31, foj.I]No. 1 Choir at 6 p.m. Sundayat
8:00 Miss St. Paul for the
a.m. service the year BETHLEHEMRev.
i 1051 NW 74th St. Miss M.
196667. Our most hearty
goes to the
;Davis will be the speaker.
family picnic at No.-- 1 Choir's. congratulations goes out to Oscar West, pastor
park. There will be |begins anniversary Beverly Champion, our newqueen. Gloria'Howard reporterOn
July
21 through the
.
Caroline
11:00 ajn. service. Howell, 1st
n 24th. We are still asking for runner-up, Gloria Branham, July 16, there will be a
1 your prayers for our pastor 2nd runner-up also to our fish fry at the home of Bro.
1i I also for the shutins and .bereaved other contestants: HeleMcNair and S s. Anderson, 5230 NW
; MT. CARMEL families. n30th
Sylvia Rolle, Ave. Pies will also be

I Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Cole, and Haroline Williams, sold.
Louise McGriff, reporter USHERS'FEDERATION again, we say congratulationsto The Rev. Joselph from

We had a wonderful Sunday each and every one of Greenville Fla. will hold our''
: lesson last Sunday. The monthly Union of the them. revival.

morning message was Ushers' Federation will be Prayer Meeting leading to
by a visiting held Sunday, July 24 at 3 our revival starts July 11 to
Rev. B. W.Chambers p.m. It will be held at First July 18. Revival July.19.
Macon, Georgia. The Baptist Church, 15900 NW ANNIVERSARYThe
Choir and the Male 22nd ,Ave., Opa-locka. The
!
sang wonderfully. Mass Meeting will be held No. 1 Choir Brown's

Don't forget, the Deacoo- Thursday night July 21 at 8 Chapel Missionary Baptist SOUTH
will begin their anniver P.m* All members are askedto Church cordially invites you

on Friday night with be present and on time. to their First Anniversary DADE
Ackerson delivering the Deacon Edwin Ramsey, which starts Thursday night NEWS
president; .Willie J. Beard, at the church 6970 NW 18
On Sunday at 3 P.... Rev. reporter Rev. W. J. Macon, Ave. The Rev. William Slat thg
I of Friendship Baptist host pastor. and congregation of Day Spr Service at Mt. Moriah last
will deliver the mesOn Baptist Church in charge. Sunday were very inspiring.
On Friday night and Sunday Let u. remember the words our
July 21 and 22, the No. ZION HOPE evening the Anniversary will pastor told us after service:
will have their anni Rev. P. Freeman, pastor be held at Liberty Square It's a dark cloud arising out

..,. Sis. E. Jackson, reporter Auditorium, 6300 NW 14th there what it is I don't know.
Ave. Various choirs of the Let us pray. After the fourth
Everybody is invited to city will be in charge. Sunday, we will know what it
'worship with us in our Revival Bro Marvin Ludlow presi is. Remember his
words.
MT. CALVARY Meeting this week and next dent; sis. Johnnie MaeWalker One was added ,to the

The women and especially week. Rev. J. E. McCray is recording secretary;; church Sunday morning Mrs.
preaching. Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor. Archie Lee Henderson.,
: chairman and co-chair* The pastor is asking Anniversary will convene Our visitors for the day:

of our Women's Day esick, everybody to pray for the July 14, 15 and 17. Willie Ford, Chicago 111.;
and shutins. We are glad Dennis
..
P their appreciation''to have Sis. Vivian Hicks Albert Hector Morning star;
Daniels
t everyone who helped* to back home from the hospital. Atlanta, Ga.;
Charlie
our second annual FIRST BAPTISTOF Daniels, Renalds,
Oa.; Dennis Fletcher
Sip a success. BROWNSVILLE Morning
Star; Edmond
thanks is extended to. MUSICAL TEA Stringer sweet-
particiapnts who appeared Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor field; Sheffers, Miami; Mr.
The officers Mrs. Dmella Turner, and Mrs. Fields Mt.
the program. May the Lord f and members reporterThe Sinai.
bless you. of Choir No. 2 of the Mt. pastor and members Our sick at home include:
Olivette Baptist Church, 1450 would like to remind and Hubert Williams, Minnie Blue
The Deacons and Deacon NW 1st CU invites you to invite you our many friends Arline Miller Hattie Conley,
will celebrate their attend a Musical Tea on that we are still in ourreviv al. Clara Bryant and Ella Bell
i on Sunday, July Sunday afternoon, July 24that ,Jt has been very successful. Long.
" at 3 o'clock. Rev. Wiggins 3:30. Many souls have been saved Tuesday night before the

of Antioch Baptist of Dea. Jinmie Hodges president Baptism will be held on the fourth Sunday Usher Board
City will deliver the ; Rev. I. C. Mickins, last night of the revival. No. 1 meeting will be at the
f w sermon. You are pastor; Mrs. Mary Bruno directress Rev. B. W. Chambers is our home of Mr. Hubert Williams
revivalist. our sick member. Carrie
Frision, president




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Statewide Rally. September 17 In Orlando I
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Initiated by the Board of appear at the rally.Headquarters at the Saddler Motel, W. J.
h bk X 1s Directors and Executive of the Coordinating Bruton is co-chairman of the I

Committee will be committee.Whcrt .
Committee of the Florida
Voters League, Inc. in cooperation
with all Negro organizations
in the state, a
gigantic mass meeting and rI s

rally will be held in Orlando, oRS A Q cES

I all 17. day Saturday, September PACKAGE a ra LoYN e

This will be the first ",-
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ir'il Florida. speakers from all of
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Ice Emily Walker Weds Charles Edward Bush


|iss Alyce Emily Walker, nylon chiffon over taffeta where she was employed as a r r ;
in marriage by heifer and carried yellow roses. shareowner correspondent in EASY TERMS i
became the bride oi The bridesmaids were the Treasury Department of
ties Edward Bush on Amenta Qilliard of Mobile, the American Telephone and
(day evening June 11, at Ala., cousin of the bride, and Telegraph Company.
o'clock at the First Rosetta Bush of Nashville, The bridegroom attended
fed Presbyterian Church Tenn., sister of the bridegroom, Knoxville college and is a
noxville College campus. they wore maiza empire gowns graduate of Lafayette Univer-
bride is the daughter of of nylon chiffon over taffeta sity in Easton, Pa. He is a
and Mrs. Zimmerman and carried yellow roses. member of Alpha Phi Alpha
ker, Jr., 1900 Prospecte Robin Hicks was the flower''fraternity. He received his
Knoxville, Tenn. The girl and Foster Reese was the masters degree in nuclear
(egroom is the son of Mr. ring bearer.Mr. engineering from the University -
Mrs. Charles Bush of Raymond Melton of of Wisconsin in Madisonin
mi. Knoxville was best man. June of this year.
he ceremony was per- Oroomsmen were Joseph The couple will reside in
ned by Rev. James F. Walker, brother of the bride and Madison, Wisconsin while Mr.
set James Myrick of Elizabethe- Bush continues his studies rM7.
he bride wore an empire ton, Tennessee. toward his doctorate degreeat ,M ,
.
lath gown of white crepe Nuptial music was furnishedby the University of Wisconsin. r -,
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hmed with swiss lace and Mrs. Henrietta Spears who i.- GORGEOUS liVING
d pearls; the detachable sang a medley of nuptial Out of town guests includedMr. WITH DELUXE ROOM
[pel train was bordered in songs, with Mrs. Lillian Mor- and Mrs. Thomas Gillard, N Go/lleo" 2. <. SUITEI .
rs and swiss lace, sh eIre row at the organ.A Dr. and Mrs. Herman. Counts, :i ,. ant Innercoi''p d.corero r.arm ."j,. with IIuo .
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a bouffant veil held by reception was given in all of Charlotte, N. C., Mrs. ; j..o ;; % ? w 2 table. piul T.tunnino.hion Inmr.Y,
tocMteil
brown of roses, seed pearlsd the church annex following Emily Britton, Chicago; Mrs. and 2 pill OWl,Choice /table
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sequins. She carried a the ceremony. Sandy Winstein and Miss k .,_ l ff o/color' .: $1 1900

uquet of white roses cen- The bride is a graduate of Norma McClean, New York
|ed with a white orchid. Dillard University, New Orleans City Mrs. Robert Gilliard,

Miss Bobbie Brown of and a member of Delta Mobile, Ala.; Mrs. Izetta' ,.
lew Orleans, Louisiana wase Sigma Theta Sorority. She Bush, mother of the groom and ..

| honor attendant. She wore has resided in New York City Rossie, Albert, and Vanessa t I .I i il
empire gown of nile green forthe past three years Bush, all of Miami. l
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oooooooooooooooooooooc' :. Brownsville Parents Win Protest;

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)/t";.,.:, ':<',pot paurriBethshtba Keep Project ENABLEA

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: E. D'; group of parents from to help and be helped in is just beginning to assis t National" Project ENABLE

the Brownsville poverty area, understanding and moving us in identifying our family Office.
feels that the con-
I Fair
i' 'r' ...>:" ., : \/; armed with a petition and towards the resolution of their strengths, community resources -
I lei by a very articulate problems as parents and as and channels of cern expressed further by the destroyed Browns-
ville
spokesman, attended the of communication which exist or parents
members a disadvantagedgroup.
Young people are participating in a variety of the myth, which in essence
Advisory Committee Meeting can be created. In order to
activities this summer. They are proving that summer of Project ENABLE (Educa- bring about the required states, "The poor are not
can be fun and also beneficial by staying out of tion and Neighborhood Actionfor The parent discussion changes we must have more concerned about the con-
for the most of the ditions in which they find
Environment groups
Better Living
trouble. The activities which they are involved are: a sessions."
45 parents participating, themselves." This delegation
) and very vociferously
Summer school programs, summer clubs which provide voiced their concern about the offered for the first time an T. Willard Fair, executive was a living examplethat
recreational and educational activities, and other termination of Project opportunity to be heard as director of the Greater Miami low-income families share

students are spending the summer visiting relativesand ENABLE in Brownsville. The they gave, expression to Urban League, has announcedthat with other parents deep con-
friends. delegation demandedthat, the fears, ories, resentments, "Consultation with the cern about the problems that
Whatever activities you engage in this summer, it Urban League, the delegate confusions, desires, hopes National office of project arise from the lack of recrea-
and ideas as the experienced ENABLE reveals thatENABLB tional facilities insufficient
agency, explore every possibility ) ,
is important that these activities are in some way '
of extending the project.For them around the problems of can, and must, be extended supervision of children and
beneficial to you. Remember that time is a valuable being parents under conditionsthat in the Brownsville community." teenagers, and normal child
asset. It is very important that you spend your time the past ten weeks, on seriously interfere with Fair states, "Even though the development.
wisely. Persons who have nothing to do usually find Tuesday and Thursday nightsat their potentials for productive decision in reference to extension Project ENABLE is con-
themselves in trouble more often than the persons who. the Brownsville EOPI cen- parenthood and potentials of was a local one, the ducted by the Greater Miami
ter, these parents have been their children for productive
Advisory Committee felt that Urban League and Family
their time in worthwhile
spend participating some participating in parent discussion -
these membership in our community. due to the fact that the parents Service of Dade County, Inc.
activity. groups. In According to the spokesman discussion group was to last Its headquarters are locatedat
that meetings, the parents, with
Here are some activities our recent graduatesof
the assistance of a trained for the delegation, a memberof only ten weeks, a decision 5770 NW 15th Ave. For
our high schools are engaging: leader from Family Service' one of the parent discussion contrary to this should not be further information telephone

William Dennis is presently employed at the of Dade County,came together groups, "Project ENABLE, made without consulting the 696-5717 or 696-5718.
United States Weather Bureau National Hurricane

Center. He is a recent graduate of Miami NorthwesternHigh

School where he was a member of the track team. Masters
BTW Modern Music
Dennis plans to enter Miami Dade Junior College in Star-spangled way to
the fall and study engineering or mathematics.Anita .
Initiates 13 MembersThe
McGruda is spending six weeks at Hampton send a son to college
Institute summer's She will attend the Uni-
program. Concert Mixed Chorus,.King, Althea Moss, Linda
versity of Miami in the fall where she will study chapter 793 of the Modem Robinson, Gwendolyn Robin-
pharmacy. Anita was a member of the Girl Counselors, Music Masters Society, under inson Johnny Spearman, Rob-
Newspaper Staff and Thespian Troup at Booker T. the sponsorship of Mrs. Mable ert Thomas, Lawrence John-
Washington. Dorsett Glover, and the co- son and Theoria Rivers.A .

Claude Long is presently enrolled on the college sponsorship of Mrs. Dorothy special honorary life
headstart Evans, initiated 13 students membership card and key was
program at Miami Dade Junior College. He
into the active presented to our principal
,
chapter as
will continue studies at Miami Dade in the fall and!
members. Nicholas II. Borota. Duringthe
will major in business administration. Claude ex- The beautiful candlelight absence of the principal

celled in sports at Miami .Jackson High School. He ceremony was held in the Harold 0. Mast, the assistant
was a member of the 1965-66 football, baseball and school auditorium and was principal for curriculum accepted t!
track teams witnessed' by the faculty and the card and key for

Gloria Parker is also attending Miami Dade Junior student body. Our special him.The
guest was Miss Lillian Mey- Modem Music Masters
College this summer. Upon completing her six weeks
ers, a music instructor and Society is a national music
at Miami Dade Gloria will the
study spend remaining 'counselor at Jellerson Junior honor society and studentsare
summer with friends in Nassau. She will return to Miami High School, our state coordinator chosen for their Cooperation -
Dade in the fall. Gloria served as Miss North Dade and a member of the character, scholastic
for the year 1965-66. She was also a Silver Knight Execytive Board of the Mod- ability and other factors that
nominee in citizenship. em Music Masters Society. would make one of these stu-
The president of our chapter dents a creditable asset to
'was outgoing senior +;the musical field in their U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

Fancy Bannister, vice presi- home, church, school and
dent Larry Chester, secretary their community.
OUR CLASSIFIED ADS Charlcne Taylor; trea-
surer, Broderick Kelly; historian ->1
Leslie Thomas and
BRING RESULTS
our chaplain, Edith Richard-

son.The following studentswere For the: BEST START

initiated and presenteda
Tri-Membership Card and
Key: Donna Bethel, Roland
Call Clarke, Edward Gooding, PF"v'W'iJpv-. -''--

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 15, 1966 17
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iv thI Collington Massed PR -, .-..

I Director At FAMU Looking the [ .


Collington Tallahassee David C. during awards day at Clark SPORTSWORLD :
has been named for superior work on the college :
LEis acting director Mt
of
public relations newspaper. $ ''" 1sr
'
VrFIridaAM Uni- When Collington joined the l" .r "
m- versity July |. The FAMU staff as director of the y,

announcement was made by university's Division of Information '" 'J""" >.. '
ed > 8""ARt"SP: ARW;'- -.... President George W. f' ::....
Gore. Services. held
lie I .
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ce ---. ._ that position for nearly eight L d 1r afIi T ,OVtft\ :
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rotn / ,:; '. I/' .. :.. :.. '.... .
years. He also served as an _";,; ...:: "" -
nd !l BEACH AUDITORIUM 1 'instructor of journalism, advisor -

to the university newspaper FRANK RIVERS WINS PAR AND BIRDIE PUTTING
;a- Al i '
19
1eire esday, July Jones; heavyweight con- ; and on the advisory
r, the hottest boxing drawing card around today ( committee: of the ,o.boot.Eddie TOURNAMENT.
former ranked hard punching Levi Foret, in a :
xuat- \ Hats off to Tournament Director, James Everettof
und main event at the Miami Beach Auditorium. I
I the Par and Birdie Club for his great mental ver-
southpaw knockout artist from Goulds Fla. '
a ;
Int satility j'n-thinking up thevarious, tournaments he.sets
looking for his 10th straight ko. The destroyers
for the club's enjoyment.The .
6-6 and has scaled his weight down to a mere up
founds. His last two fights at the beach auditoriumreal tournaments are most interesting keenly con-
tdM 1 tested because in addition to setting the stage for a
eye-openers. He battered both Chip Johnson
Willie Johnson (no relation) with convincingority. .iF' 3 w Y I4K good round of golf they are also most practical.
of these innovationswas
The most recent ingenious
ly Both Johnsons know their way around the 1t 1
weight world having seen action against the based on putting skill; and if there was a method

victories them devised to ,sharpen an entire club's putting game this
}. So Jones over are considered

,fle e significant. Big Al has, destroyed his opponentsa was it.The whole idea was taken with such enthusiasm

left that comes like a hook jab, uppercut and that at the end of the match everyone's ability or inability -
light left across. A victory over experienced*Levie
to putt was in for some hard long practice
would place him in line for a national recogniand COLUNGTON

possibly a spot on the top ten list of his: Collington joined the FAMU hours.In every contest there is a winner and so it was

'sion. Four premilinary bouts will be featured on public relations staff as assistant in this; Frank Rivers proved to be the club's best

[ show, with the first starting at 8:45 p.m. relations director and sports of information public Jackson: of Orlandois putter, needing only 27 to complete the 18 holes. Al

director in 1956. Priorto the director of sports Information Mitchell was close on his heels with 28; between them
GENT NAMED TO HEAD SUMMER FIESTA coming to FAMU he had at FAMU. Jackson was shared the five dozen shag balls donated by the

lOGRAM served as director: of public graduated from Florida A&M club as entrance fees.

relations and teacher of jour- University June 11, 1966 and' Very good outing tourney director- What's Next?
was appointed director of.
Tom Nugent, the new executive director of nalism at Bethune-Cookman

mer Fiesta program, has a background which is College and chairman of the sports information, effective NATIONALS TAKE LEAD IN ALL STAR SERIES
Jul 11 by Dr. George W. Gore,
inly football, interlaced with show business. Social Studies Dcpartmctrt at
president of the university.
Dunbar High School in Fort Baseball's annual mid-summer drama between the
motion and time production.As Jackson: will also assist
Myers.A National and American leagues came off Tuesday in
athletic director and head football coach of the director of public rela-
native of Fort Myers the tions in the administration of the shiney new Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis.
orida State University, Nugent projected the Uni- newly appointed PR directoris thousand braved heat
to
news concerning the activities : Fifty 100 plus degrees
rsity into major leagues, featuring not only the a graduate of Dunbar High of the university and will watch the top performers in baseball put on the 37th
otball team but also student circus, the half timed School in Fort Myers and serve as an assistant advisor spectacle of its kind.

pre-game shows and a number of innovations Clark College, Atlanta. His to the university yearbook, The cool National leagurers proved to be the
dem football graduate work was pursued in The Rattler.
extravaganzas.Tom hottest on the diamond, winning 2-1 and wideningtheir
public relations and news- While a student at FAMU
introduced many new ideas to football and practice at Syravuse Jackson was editor of The margin over the Americans 19-17.
often called the father of the "I" formation.The paper University. Rattler, and also served as Baseball's best pitchers saw action and gave

most notable ideas probably were the "type- While in college Colling- news editor of the FAMUAN one of the best pitching performances of the classic
riter huddle," the double quarterback and of coursee ton served as sports information the university newspaper. glitter game.
"I" formation which isnow beingused by nearl y director for the Clark Jackson served as editor-n-
very college and high school team in the U. S. A. College Panthers and editorof chief of the Gibsonian while
head the college newspaper. He attending Gibbs Jr. Collegein
Nugent started his coaching job in 1949 as
received a special citation St. Petersburg.
oath of the Virginia Military Institute. In four years,

e brought his team the conference championship and
everal major upsets as the institute prospered. -r -1 ran topics

ix years at Fla. State U. (1953-1958) brought the

eminoles into Big League football with a winning

ecord and a bowl game following the 1958 season. 4 f !
1 ti
Ih addition to his responsibilities as executive

irector of the Fiesta Program, Nugent will serve ass

director of public relations for the Orange Bowl-
.
ommittee for the balance of the year. ..," 'i';':' 1:4;. ',.":4 4J '

GRAMBLING STUDENT FIGHTS TO MAKE '. 'j. .1 !-wi'"'" '\;f
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OOD WITH THE DOLPHINS !, '."AjO'ri' '!.;'; .
Jessie Holt.is an unsolicited rookie from Miami, 'J"" !

ever played college football, but literally bleeds too

be a Miami Dolphin. He gave a pint of blood to a

iami hospital for $10 and borrowed $4 from his "bay -
> brother" to "hustle" enough money for bus fare to r -

he Miami Dolphin training camp to seek a tryout. III

Yesterday, the former Grambling College tracktar

was tied at halfback because he can run fast :

nd because the Dolphins are harder up for a speedy eye J "
unning back than Holt was for transportation m 0-
eYe H

"He can catch the ball and he has speed," said

3ackfield coach John Idzik. "He seemed a lillte tt', .
;onfused, but he'lbe all right once he realizes and Lj1I f

ets acquainted with the plays." ; fj. .
"I have $2 left," said Holt, who has been out of

ork since January when he quit his job as a recrea-
ion director for the of North Miami Beach.A OH YE, ITS A LOVELY GOLF COURSE -/
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football halfback and track runner at Miami's3ooker BEST ONES EVER TASTED //
schools have escapedthe
Florida
from
T. Washington High, Holt went to Grambling Only five men 1JQT7AMNrA( I"'JI- / r'-':
>n a football scholarship, but never got around to ...- axe so far in the -gruelling Miami Dolphins training .---
'laying coachso Petersburg. One of the five, and touted to
football mainly because his backfield camp at St. CHILDRENGET Williams; Kenneth and Ro-
HALEY
was the track coach andwanted to preserve him be a prime prospect, is Johnny Holmes, 250-pound derick Stevens, Gigi and

or track and used various subterfuges to keep him outf tackle from Florida AiM. The Savannah, Ga. giant has DOUBLEBIRTHDAY Ulasee Mason m, Willie
) football. knocking heads with the best and holding his F. Logan Jr., Anita, Florence
been and Tee Stewart Greer, Jr.,
In 1962, he ran the 100 in 9.4 the fifth best own. It was a double birthday Clan and Andre Coles, Vivian
tone of the small colleges in the entire nation.JackMEN'S celebration for the Haley Clemmons, Terrance Hall,
Guest Houses children in Opa-locka on Fri- Ava and Keith Livingston,
Dugies day July g-the birthday of Kendrick Collie, Ronnie Val-
r. William (BillyHaley Jr., who dez and John Hadley.
,- The .house of unusual rooms was nine. Jennifer Jessica:
"'"Y" : r "1C*ep us In mind" whose birthday is July 10 Visitors from Jacksonville

WEAR I ,A't>*tt.r place, w. thai Una,you to:find joined her brother in celebrating -. Fla. were Patricia Livingstonand
Seeln9 I* belUwing her sixth. With many Debra Perrv.-
.
.SEE-'"ML' ACJt -- "" The'occoiMMo FOB I Vow find only IiTthU'brother" t the 163rd Street Kiddy parents Mr. and Mrs. William
STYLES FOR ALL'AGES OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Park and pirthday House fora Haley ST., godmother, Mrs.
T}e Very Latest 1. MM' FaJi: ..... full evening of fun and frolic
Mr. Albert
Crawford
,
Aurora
HATS', 2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851 Those enjoying the fes-
:
SILK MOHAIR.SUITS Crawford, Mrs. Queen Hall,
ITALIAN ,SHOES tivities with them were: Yvet- Mrs. Girtha Williams, Mrs.
JAMAICA DUSIE
944 NW. '2nd Are. Miami.. Florida!: Always a Friend to and Rene Forbes, Walter Bessie Forbes and Mrs.
c t, ;"O Peterson, Jon and Darlene Billye Greer.


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SAN DEE-LEE HOMES FONTANA REAL ESTATEONLY : HOUSES FOR RENT :


THE FINEST PROPERTIES 825 NW 52nd St. 2 bedroom, CBS, $25 wk.:

PRESENTS :3244 NW 68th St. 3 bedroom, $22 wk. :
1511 NW 93 STREET $400 DOWN FHA

BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOMJHOMES& Can b* 3 bedrooms, large 80x125 let.$76 monthly 03231 NW 13th Ave.1 bedroom, $15 wk. .

"t;\ t.i $12,500 total. Oak floors, tile ,roof, carport, e3274 NW 68th St. 1 bedroom, $18 wk. .
Wi porch. Open for inspection everyday
( ) J3207 NW 68 St. 2 bedroom, $20 wk. :
2156 NW 47 TERRACE 1015' NW 83 STREET ON ARCOLA LAKE

i 2180 NW 41 TERRACE .(aw Lovely CBS, swim, fish and sail from your back OPEN EVERY DAYS :
t door. Fla room, and screened patio. For real Fla' .
3155 NW 66 STREET
f. .
'"| ':: -l! living. 150' lot, $16,500 total. Good terms.
\.i 1180 NW 16 TERRACE FORD REALTYINC. IrokerS :
1349 NW 88 STREET
$1,000 Down $110 month includes All) '
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Central air condition, 3 full bedrooms, 2 full 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 .

'.'t"We(]Will' (Take-in-Trade: I e the kitchen.bath.with Truly oven different, range in, hood design.fan Fully and built dishwasher ...................I

oak floor, garage. $22,500 with terms.

(Houses Lots Mortgages Cars) 644 NW 41 TERRACE NO QUALIFYING
: lest Iys Ji r ..I
Lovely corner CBS fenced yard with barbequeand ; ; ; *.1.0* < ,:l*i '
fruit trees. $11,800 with terms.
FORD REAITYINC. Broker ALL CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING COSTS
641 NW 65 STREET $12,500 TOTAL

3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 3 bedroom 2 hath CBS.desire separate 777 NW 48 ST. OPEN SUN. 2-& P.M.
entrance if income.
,
private you 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH. Dining room, appliances,
720 NW 56 STREET $10.500 TOTAL air cond., extras. $400 down. $12,050 FHA.

This solid CBS can b* 3 bedrooms,2 bath for your
,. ";...IJ ....&: large family or duplex for income. Terms arranged. $300 DOWN. 3 BEDROOM. Dining room, utility
*: ', ;:: ::*,: rf:n:t.f!ft*:'t.." room, only $77 mo. $12,600 FHA, newly painted.

;,!K&kI4"( ; Star: Sjiedils ,,* 590 NW 53 STREET NO QUALIFYING $350 DOWN, 3 BEDROOM. Fla room, closed

2 bedroom, CBS hardwood floors, tile roof, porch, dining room, appliances, air cond., rear
r OPEN SUNDAY I TO 6 P.M. carport, large yard, near expressway, $10,500 patio, large lot. $13,500 FHA.
Drop by and Chat with Our Agent total. $82 monthly with Homestead exemption.
t t $250 DOWN, $64 MONTH. 2 bedroom, appliances,
Weterf roNI:;Values": 141 NW 50 STREET HOME AND APT. washing machine. Large 'lot. $10,500 FHA.
$600 DOWN Custom-built CBS resident. Main house has 3
sleeping room, IK) bath, full dining, built-in $300 DOWN. $73 MONTH. 2 bedroom, diningroom
9251 LITTLE RIVER BLVD kitchen,' oven and range, garage, tile roof and carport. Appliances, $12,300 FHA.
Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 75x130 lot. Landscaped with patio, separate and private.Complete 1 bedroomapt.
many extras included. A must see to appreciate. One Rented will .help pay your monthly payment. I 3E0803M DUPLEX. $300 DOWN. $76 mo.
FHA mortgage. One low monthly payment pays all. $1,500 down required. Live rent free.Appliances carports.Only 12500.
Mr. Thomas on premises Must be seen.

1 CYstom- '''Riilt Chas. S. Foitaia, Realtor NO QUALIFYING ON'THE FOLLOWING

1041 NW 87 STREET $10 MO. 3 BEDROOM Garage appliances, only
Exceptionally designed 3 bedroom, 2 bath with 6016 NW 7 AVI. 751-7511 $700 down. $9,000 total.
tremendous screened Dla!
room overlooking water.
I GORGEOUS CORNER for the particular. 2
Total price only $23,000
good terms arranged.
bedroom, enclosed porch, carport, air cond.
John A. Pirie on premises
DESIRABLE CRAVERA LAKE SHORE AREA OWNER MUST SELL!! Sprinkler$13,800 total.system, patio large lot, $1,2001

1251 NW 81 STREET

$900 DOWN t 1. Low, Low'down payments: "a $75 MO. 2 BEDROOM. Enclosed porch, diningroom

nr 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Fla' Room No loan costs or extra charges!! partly (urn., fenced. Only $750 down,
Central heat, air condition, 'large built-in kitchen, : ownerII' $8,000 total.
.
Free moving (paid by )!!
,
patio for outdoor living.Mitizi Brest on premises r 15 WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
,.,\: Free new stove &' Refrigerator ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES
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to"Bargaipi .Prkedl1 FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS
'TODAY
f. ,;: :" SEE AND CALL
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$400 $12,500 TOTAL PRIG Ii
C i:! ,'. ISSII'SS, STREET
Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS with lovely Fla .
room.Many SHELL REALTY-
desirable extras included. Walk to shopping f ;CBS:' ,' large porch,. '2 bedroom, oak 'floors ,

schools and transportation. .. dining'room,.large discount. for cash or,$250. '
t ,4MO NW 71k .Am., 751-555)l
N ANtASt1Ef9020 ;. '"f4own.,'. 4" ., -: ,

""' 2858 NW S6' STREET
NW 12 COURT '
In choice area. Comfortable. 3 bedroom CBS. On CBS, like new, carport, oak floors., tile. roof, :..................:

spacious 100x100 landscaped lot, central heat, ,comer, large' lot,.$350,down. .
garage, carpeting, hardwood floors, sprinkler S BEAUTIFUL ARCOLA LAKE S

system and many other extras. Priced right. FHA ;; L CiH Owner 75S-S749. : OPEN SATURDAY-SUNDAY
: : :
terms, one mortgage. reasonable down paymentand .I : \ ."
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one monthly payment pays all. "" i""'_ _. .' '" ",,\, 'W"r: ,'",.',"
S 1060 NW 85 STREET SS
FOR THE LARGE FAMILY ........... $700 Down, $105 monthS .
CHOICE AREA Perfect home to entertain, privacy, spotlight, 2 5
4 BEDROOM 3 BATH i"KING SIZE IUYS : bedroom, 2 bath, formal dining room, 2 air conditioners 5

Plus 2 Fl. rooms, very large living room, awnings and garage. .
built-in kitchen, near schools, shopping and all ,.A PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES S 8363 NW 12 AVENUE .
transportation. Priced right with good terms to FROM $100 DOWN' A $16,500, 2 bedroom, Fla' room, lovely screened .
be arranged. Also large corner lot avoilable.I porch, potion, awnings, sprinklers. .
: 8701 NW 17 AVENUE 1185 NW 83 STREET
Hoi1dJic.a: J ,Y' ? : $16,500. Beautiful built-in kitchen. Fla' :
1} 4 bedroom, 2 bath with fla room. This is a home loom,
'*_ ,';r 76 NW'44 STREET for a large family. 16500. + screened porch, patio, large comer lot. .

$400 DOWN 11.500 TOTAL 1065 NW 83 STREET
LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS 1451 NW 88 STREET S $16,000 nicley furnished wall to wall carpet, S
4)2 bedroom, screened front porch, carport, wanted 9 Fla room, sprinkler .
Lovely 2 or 3 bedroom home with extra 1 bedroom system.SAME
cottage with .minimum $60 .onth ,income. You area. FHA terms. S AREA 1320 NW 81 STREET .
must see this value to really appreciate itsworth + SELLER PAYS CLOSING COST .
.. NW AVENUE
8811 15
$400 down, saO month, 2 bedroom, awnings, carS
t Sta Tlior'11jSI1: : .2 bedroom, Fla room, enclosed garage, fenced fA S port, fence, sprinkler system. S

..,..... '$700 : DOWN -. -.. large lot and other extras. FHA. $13,000. $21,000 $800 TERMS S

'I ALSO Custom-built, features freeier-
"ON BEAUTIFUL ARCOLA LAKE" s pacioll 5
1146 NW 85 STREET NEW...LIBERTY CITY AREA S refrigerator, large bedrooms, Florida room, 5
I Attractive home with lovely' Fla room on large A 3361 NW 287 STREET AT drapes throughout, intercom, central heat, air 5
I landscaped waterfront lot., Air conditioners. Open 1.5 Saturday and Sunday. Open $100 down. A conditioner, sprinkler system, garage i
t Laundry room. Fenced in yard, well and iprUk- 3 bedroom, like new. No closing costs. Over 35 T 1321 NW 87 STREET .
r ler system. 150 amp. electric service. Outside homes to choose from. 2,3, 4 bedrooms t : 3 bedroom, 2 baths, built-in kitchen, Fla roop. .
c shower. A truly wonderful buy. Mr. and Mrs. walk in closet, carport. $17,900.ClarkGrellHer .
j Karsh WE SPECIALIZE IN THE FHA & VA RESALE f .
on prelllh.s.CALL
PROGRAM. NEW LISTINGS DAILY. LET OUR : Realtors :
US TO SEE THESE VALUES EXPERIENCE SERVE YOU. A ,
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'R &I' .. '''' : Open 7 Days a WeekKING A
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CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT FOR SALE LEGAL NOTICE

Notice under Fictitious. Name
One bedroom. Seller
Hot and cold Pays Closing Costs

15 WORDS OR LESS 5/.25.5C FOR ADDITIONAL water in a private home. Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Law

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WORD. 2491 NW 59th St. NE 4-2264. CBS bargain, Florida room, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
WEDNESDAY That the undersigned desiring -
NOON awnings, garage, tile roof,
nO I 1040 NW 35th St. Large full jaloulse windows to engage in business
stove, refrigerator -
under the fictitious of
FOR SALE FOR SALE one bedroom duplex, unfum. air cond., extra name
FOR RENT $22.50 per week. Adults only. large landscapped lot, sprink. UNITED ENTERPRISES
88th Street '$100 down. Anyone. 751-2243. ler at number 7830 NW 171 Street
Vets system.
NW Bargain at $12-
1411 or Nice
in the
1 bedroom city of Hialeah Florida
,
tile non Vets. Like house. $16. 000 with
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS i I new 2-3.4 $400 down (veterans

roof, carport Fla room, large,I bedroom CBS homes like new. Nice Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $21 Fum. 1912NW 86th -fat. $100 down) and $72.52 mo. name intends with to the register clerk the of said the

lot, stove, refrig., lovel y Only $100 down and from $63 CBS effcy. Water and 1 bedroom duplex, adults only. Key at life Realty, Broker, circuit court of Dade County,
house on nice street. A bargain month pays all. One (1) mor electric free. $15. $20 wk. 7512243. 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. Fla.

at $12,500 with $400 do. tgage. Call now to see these Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $25. --- Open evenings. Dated at Miami, Florida this

(veterans $100 down) and beautiful homes today. E. Nice 1 bedroom 1815V4 NW 84th St. full one 8th day, of July, 1966.

175 mo. Seller pays closing Harry Denny Realtor, Tip'Top house. 23. bedroom, plus Fla room, un MIAMI TIMES RAY EBY

costs. Key at Life Realty, Realty, 754-0483. LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY furn. $20 wk. 751-2243. ..,r wJ1s ... Owner

4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. --- 2020 NW 62nd St. -bedroom--- July 8, 15, 22, 29.
and
apt. Free water
Open Sundays. 4 CBS units $10.000. $90 mo. Call 633-7809 gas. Adults only 775 NW 69th ADS
-- Low down payment, live rent ----

2237 NW 86th Terrace free, want reliable person. Go Opa-locka area. 2 bedroom, St. ............ '

Modem, 3 bedroom, CBS, bargain see 653 NW 27th St., but do unfurn. $18. 2 bedroom furn. ri ["a 1dfid (J

,jalouise windows, stove, not bother tenant, then call light and water. $24. Call Mick- HELP WANTEDMale. BRINGRESULTS FOlro,Best\Results fOsstr

relriJ., bar-b-que, nicley 373-7973 or HI 4-8004. ins Rental agency, 681-8213. ..
landscaped utility room. A --- Indef Career opportunity in 1 i7 n...... CI ified'iAdiSEiL : '

real bargain at $10,800 with 1859 NW 42nd St. $400 down retial sale. Major appliances, ANY H ING r

1350 down (veterans $100 do.) or less, no qualifying or closing Effcy. fum., utilities free TV "nd stereo. 2 years college

and $65.36 month. Life Realty cost, vacant move right:: 4761H NW 22nd Ave. or equivalent education, experience -

Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. in this lovely CBS. $85 mo not necessary, WIJ Ll 41-

Open evenings pi 9-4371 Owner 633-6539 days, 754- complete training program
4098 nights One bedroom, tumor or un- Long hard hours, earnings

2520 NW 159th St. Bunche furn. $16 wk. 653 NW 27th St. $6,000 to $10,000 per year. CBS HOMES NW HOMES FOR SALE

Park: Like new 3 bedroorx. 2745 NW 171 Terrace. $13,000 Call Mr. Mamano FR 3-8416, Apply to MT. Rose at Kennedy

CBS, fenced yard, jalousie by owner, no qualifying, 3 or HI 4-8004 or 373-7973. and Cohen, 1845 Bis. Blvd. 2 CBS Hoses

windows, freshly painted inside bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, 1360 I 1364 NW 46 ST. $12,900 Total Price

and out. FHA price only 621-6659. Mr. Wagner, 2745 2 bedr. $17 wk. 3115 NW Wanted 2 boys to complete

$9,200 with $300 down. NW 171 St. 65th St. Call Mr. Mitchell, musical trio, age 16-20 Across from Allapattah Across from Allopattah

I (veterans $100 down) and 645-3466 444-8004. or FR 3-7973 or Practice, make records, gc Elementary and bus ttop. Elementary and bus stop.

55.67 mo. Key at Life 1760 NW 46th St. Bargain, places. call PL 92096. owntr.
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th must sell. 2 bedroom house --- $12,900 Buy Both
partly fum. $2,000 cash balance Fum. 2 room apt. Ideal for a FR
PL 94371.. 18369OR
Ave. Open Sun FR 9-8369
days. $5,200 $63 mo. include working lady, 1225 NW 56th CAB
insurance. St. DRIVERS. APPLY at

-- Society Cab Office, 269 NW 271-5733
$100 down. Anyone. Vets anon 21st St.Graduate. 211-5133
$53 month. $2,000 cash. Go
Like 1544 NW 55th Terr, Duplexapt.
Vets. new 2-3-4 see this beauty. 1160 NW 31 Fum or unfurn. NE 5- ----
bedroom CBS homes like
new.
St. Has sewers and city water 4934.
Only $100 down and from $63 JE or dropout earn
1-6902. -----
month pays all. One (1) mor would while you learn to be a beau-
like
Lonesome a single
tgage. Call now to see these OPEN SUNDAY nice bedroom in Opa-locka tician. Day or night classes. 4"ISL

beautiful homes today. E. 845 NW 84th area. Mrs. Lilly, NA 1-0428. International Beauty School, bedroom bath
St. Open Sunday 3 2 CBS, near 79th St. only I
Harry Denny R actor, Tip 3 to 6, $12,500, only $400 16020 NW 17th PI. 221-7411 or. 757-9515. Jul29 $12,500 with $100 down to veteran or $300
Top Realty, 754-0483.
down veterans $200 down. 2 down for anyon. .' Call us to see this or any

bedroom CBS, plus screened New duplex 2 bedroom apt. of the other fine have.e1REALSTEAL
buys we .
3410 NW 14th Ave. FOR SALE
Fla room, fully carpeted, this Corner NW 12th Ave. and 66thSt.

CBS, duplex, modem bargain is very nice. A. Ben-Kori, Phone KI 4-3673 8 until
in heart of Allapattah. Gravel 3410 NW 14th Ave. / I
Realtor call
anytime, 751- 8. Max Levin. 1750 SW 14th
roof, rear patio with awning, 2243. CBS, duplex, modern bargain If want to $25'O this
Ave. you save see lovely 2
tile floors
stoves and refrigs. ---- in heart of Allapattah. Gravel
-- --
Jalousie windows. Bargain at roof bedroom CBS with carports and Fla room
rear patio with
$11,800 with $400 down 1960 Biscayne Chevrolet, ex- Lovely room for nice clean awning, and fenced
and This is
cellent tile floors, stoves and refrigs. yard. no qualifying, total
$88 month pays all. Life condition, contact couple or single person. 759- Jalousie windows.
Bargain at price only $9,000 and move In. Compare this
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th owner by calling 691-8584. 6026. $11,800 with $400 down and
outstanding buy with houses for
---- selling as
Ave. PL 94371. Open eves. $88 month pays all Life
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Nice large rooms in private high as $12,500. Call us for details and more
Realty, Broker, 4932 Nw 7th
home. Couple single information.
or wo-
$100 down. Anyone. Vets or LIVE RENT FREE Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eves.

non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath, man. 4758 NW 21st Ave ,

bedroom CBS homes like new. CBS with a huge living room, "'NO OUALIFYING' ,
Only $100 down Fla room. This is a beautiful Effcy. 2157 NW 66th st. Phone
and
month pays all. One from $63 home plus a beautiful home ir, OX 6-2646 or 691-5315. 1368 NW 55th Terr. 3 bedroom 2 bath, lovely CBS home with
(1)
tgage. Call now to these mor- rear that will rent for $100 a Fla room, garage, tile roof, built-in stove and oven near 79th St. and
see
Room for a nice man. phone wall to wall carpeting, ap- 17th
beautiful homes today. 1?. month. FHA $18,000$800d0. pliances, near school, shop- Ave. $800 down no closing costs. See

Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip you can live rent free a must 696-8628 ping, bus. Bargain at $11,700 and believe.
Top Realty, 7540483.CBS see for a very large family. with $400 down and $70.67mo.
kitchen. 1 bed, fum. apt. $18-$21 wkly
Beautiful A. Ben-
FHA. Key at Life Realty, BISCAYNE REALTY INC.
Kori, Realtor. 751-2243. Dixie Rental Agency, 3203 NW ,
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371.
Duplex, only $400 down
Broker
17th Ave. 633-2429. ( )
Open eves, Sundays.
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$76 month, 1 mortgage, 2 nice ----
935 NW 84th Street 1094 NW 54 STREET PHONE 754-3589
apts. on large fenced yard,
near everything, good income No Qualifying, 3 bedroom l OPEN NITES AND SUNDAYSEDISON
Fla room, beautiful built-in
property or home and
kitchen, $1,600 down, total EARN
income, live
rent free. Call
Price $13,950 payments $100
FOR SALE
now. 754-0483. E. Harry EXTRA MONEYTo
month, Open Sunday 3 to 6. A
Denny, Tip Top Realtors, home
must see for a large family. !! FLASH FLASH! !! buy a
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--- Call anytime. A. BenKori, To start children's education .

Open Sunday 3-6 p.m. Realtor, 7512243. A Very Good Buy fund
1215 NW 86th St. 3 bedroom, ----- Specials
dir conditioned, wall to wall DUPLEX 2 bedroom, one air- To pay off debts

arpet, awnings, nice large Beautiful Income property FHA conditioned, one bath, Or even start a savings

tot, near everything, $250 $15,800 only $600 down live four large closets, gas account

town, $69 month, one mort- rent free. This is a lovely heater. Large Fla room, Drive a cab full or part BARGAIN BARGAIN

age Hurry, this won't last. property almost completely time. Interesting work as
lot. Fenced-in 1112 NW 82 STREET
Call now 754-0483. E. Harry furnished. 1919 NW 90th St. 75x100 1
Denny> then call back yard, utility room, you are meeting new people
Tip Top Realtors. Drive by me any OPEN AFTER 2 P.M.
)
!
. --- time. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, carport, patio, less than constantly
----
$4,888 total Realtor 7512243. $13,000. 1780 NW 90thSt. ZILBER TAXI $75 month pays everything. Less than rent. CBS, 2

$59 month. ----- bedroom, carport. $250 down, FHA. No closing cost.
Small down, 2 bedroom finally NO CLOSING COSTS Coll 696-4673. See 1025 W. Flagler Street
' get to Jones. Indef County taxes only.
own your home, in a lots, Mr. A.
few 3 bedroom CBS on 2
years home will
your be
free and clear and then large garage with workshop, ALSO SEE US FOR THESE
can live you l large front porch large kitchen -

*5tn St. 373-7973 rent frec', HI 3115 4-8004.NW appliances, price only 1. Very nice CBS, tile roof, reverse cycle air conditioner *

$13,000 with $400 down and wall to wall carpeting. $300 down, FHA.

Ice box-for-sale for watermelons Broker$84 month.4932 NW Life 7th Ave.Realty PL, Buy A House Today! County taxes only. In the 80'1.

or 'sodas and sofa
Ied. 9-4371. Open eves, Sundays.NO 2. Near Edison High.I 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, $250

- FORD'S EXTRA SPECIALS down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot.
Northwest QUALIFYING
home
- bedroom by owner. We have 2 homes in the Manor 3. $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, fenced

oom dining room, Fla park area that you can buy yard, city water, $250 down FHA. No closingcost.
conveniently located
rightin. 1910 NW 89 TERRACE
with $500 down and move
nspection In the
invited 757-6507. bedroomscarport County taxi t only. 80's.
have
Both 2
-- 3 bedroom, CBS, $300 down, $75 monthly
windows, awnings
BUNCHE PARK jalousie located. 4. No qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard, Patio,
and nicley
J bedroom are well pump, sprinkler, Flo room, FHA mortgage already
1 bath, CBS large Keys at Life Realty, Broker, 1546 NE 152 TERRACE
ot, $300 placed. County taxes only.
' down, $54.41 mo., 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-
lnd'HA, one mortgage Open Sat. 4371. Open evenings, Sundays. 2 bedroom, CBS, Nothing Down, $57 monthly WE HAVE MANY HOMES ANDDUPLEXESFHATERMS

26th -----
Ave. M. Bemey, -
"oker 6246983. 1278 NW 39th Street 2915 NW 206 STREET CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

- $500 down, move right in. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, No qualifying. $279 down. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A YET OR BEING
i50,0*"' $110 month. 2745 Spotless Spanish style CBS. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY

171 Terr by owner, 3 awnings, garage neat yard.
froorn.
2 bath, Fla room, Appliances and furniture too.

-.arge- church Baldwin B-2 Price$95 month$9,500 pays, $500 all.down Key and at FORD REALTYINC. Broker EDISON REALTY, Realtors

onsole

uilt-in speakers.organ. 25 Good pedals cond.1, 7th Life Ave.Realty PL Broker 94371.4932 Open NW 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512441t '

'00(1 buy 6357703. Sundays evenings.





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"yw 20 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. July 15. 1966 _

LET'S TALK POLITICSBy 3 Whites Arrested. In Killing of 2 Negroes f
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and small movie I'm concerned, there are no|
Norman Jones Police arrested three cards they carried In their restaurants racial overtone to the
white men in Sacramento, pockets were Identified as houses. shooting.
Since the Negro has since 1932, moved as a Calif., Tuesday night for Harry Brown and Emest Arrested were Bill Robert Puglia,
Sacramento'County
block over to the National Democratic Party, carrying allegedly killing two Negro Martin. They were shot in the Fallon, 23, of Broderick; chief deputy district
fell in Epifania Gutierrez, 21, and
along on his back the anti-Negro Southern Wing including transients in Sacramento'sakld neck and groin. They attorney, said, "There is no
,
district Arnold Lynn Lachenauer 17,
row area with a shot run the Old Sacramento
such rabble-rousing, race baiters as Strom houses, both of Bryte. Both towns are reason to believe on the
blast from a moving car. made up of flop evidence available that
Thurman, Bamett, Sparkman, Wallace and in our own The victims, from the abandoned buildings, saloons, across the Sacremento Riverto incident the

state Haydon Bums, Sumpter Lowry, Charlie Johns, Social Security cards theyNebraska's a strip tease joint, cheapI the Citing west recent U.S. Supreme tivated." was racially mo.

to mention only a few. It would be easier to includethe Court decisions concerning lie added, "I can't give
entire Democratic Party in all Southern states, the rights of the defendants, any motive on the basis of the
there is no reason why they cannot stomach a few police refused to give de the information we have."
reactionaries and conservatives in the Republican Governor tails. They had not estab- Jack: Kearns, a detective
lished a motive, they said. captain, said the arrestedmen
Party.No Polico chief Joseph had been booked for a
men, white, black, brown or yellow can ever Warns Omaha RiotersOmaha's Rooney declared, "As far as murder investigation.
hope for freedom under a one-party system, in Americaas
well as any other part of the world can ever, hopefor predominantly am governor," said Morri
Negro Near North Side was conference in
son at a news
freedom under That is what
a one-party system.
tense but quiet Wednesday as Omaha. He arrived from Los
Americans have fought for from Bunker Hill to Viet Nebraska Governor Frank Angeles, where he had been AETNA REALTY Better Buys"

Nam. Freedom of choice under a multiple party system. Morrison said he would not attending the national governors -

American fighting men, fighting equipment and tolerate 'civil disobedience.For conference.
three straight nights, 8201 NW 25 AVENUECBS
billions of dollars annually in foreign aid are expended -
throngs of adults and youthsin
fighting the spread of the one party system of the area threw bottles and 3 bedroom, tile roof, oak floors, built-in

governments, while here in the citadel of freedom sotnes, smashed store win- ATTENTION kitchen, carport, fenced, corner lot, FHA $13,000no -

loving men in the hard core Southern States, we live dows and then looted the CHURCH REPORTERS! closing costs. $400 down. $78.80 Monthly.

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no
government is no less distasteful to Americansthan will civil disobedience be Church news for publication 2 bedroom, carport, large rooms, yard,
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those who are fortunate enough to return from the NOW u the Time to Soft news rocolvod aft.r that 2 bedroom, fla room, fenced, stove, no

battle fields come home to many states only to find a That Home., Us a Times' time cannot bo guarant..d. qualifying. $10,300 total price. Low, low, down

one-party system under which they must live, denied CI..ilied Ad payment. $69 monthly I pays everything!!!

the freedom of choice they fought to secure for other 1290 NW 87 STREETCBS

peoples of the world.It 3 bedroom, corner, wall to wall carpet,
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FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

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will hold a public meeting 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
811. NW 54th St. 757-5724
Tuesday, July 19 at 8 p.m. at

Coral Gables Federal Bldg.

2501 Ponce de Leon. Mr. and
Mrs. William A. Mary, both
teachers in Dade County
secondary schools, together
\
with Co-ordmator Betty

Donaldson, will present a
panel on the Human Aura. '

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