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Title: The Miami times
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Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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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>.
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Vol. 43. No. 47 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1966 20 PAGES 1St ( .



Jacksonville, Cleveland, Brooklyn Hit 'I I.'.... m t

Violence erupted in Jack- Negroes, Puerto Ricans and fered bullet wounds, scores \r

sonville Monday night after Italians sparked the fracas. of persons suffered injuries, t "
some 200 Negroes made what A woman was injured and fireman had to leave a blade .\ .
was reported as an orderly three persons were arrested, when they were fired upon. _.

march on city hall in protestof police said. Store windows were smashed : T j
alleged racial discrimination The worst racial out- some stores were looted,

in city hiring practices. break of the week was in and at least eight fires we reset

The trouble began, police Cleveland, Ohio, where Mrs. police said. Several officers -
said, when the group left Joyce Arnett, a 26-year-old were Injuried as the
city hall and headed into the Negro mother of three was crowd pleted them with 'I
business district in violationof shot to death, two men suf- bricks and stones.
the permit to march.


ofNegroes stones Officials through started and store roving winsowsand bands 3 Die in Highway 1

set fire to a small gor- "

cery An store elderly with white a fire woman bomb. 27 Headon Crash I' j:
was cut on the leg by a

thrown stone, police said,
and a white youth was pulled
from a telephone booth and Three Dade re si dents _one rammed Mrs. Lee's car, whichwas
a five-year-old girl-died going about 60. The ac-
struck
by Negroes. Sunday in a head-on collisionon cident happened about 12
M Warren II. Folks, 45, a
; >fAT a wilderness highway in miles south of South Bay on
A white who described
man Palm Beach County. U. S. 27.
himself as a segregationist 1
MISS UNIVERSE CORONATION BALL-Sultry singing Eartha Kitt who was was arrested earlier by The dead are Mrs. Myrtle Glades Seriously Hospital injured are and Mrs.in
Keel Lee of
when he tried to 31 836 NW
police servea
; the featured attraction at the Miss Universe Coronation Ball at the Fontainetileau Olades other three children
12th
Ku Klux Klan "warrant"on St., Florida City, and
I Hotel Sunday night is flanked by Miss Bahamas (Sandra Jarrett), Miss Bermuda Rutledge Pearson, state her daughter Valarie. Also Gerald, 12 Annette, 9 and

(Clarrissa Trott), and Miss Jamaica (Beverley Savory). Proceeds from the $50-a-plate president of the NAACP and dead is Anderson Banks, 31, Shell, 2.Trooper.

chairty ball go to Leukemia Society, sponsor of the event. Times photo by Jay organizer of the march. of 1907 NW; 2nd Ct., Miami. Whaley has not
Baker. yet determined why Banks
The "warrant" ordered Florida Highway Patrol corssed the center line.
Pearson to surrender to "a Trooper Herman Whaley said Mrs. Lee was taking her
Florida Klan citizen." Banks' car crossed the cen- children to see their father In
Slums Are Charged with disturbing ter line at about 75 m.p.h. and Tampa.frr .
Humphrey Says an assembly, folks was released .

on $50 ,oond. Lothern -wM'R't a} M v r
Copper, 45-' another
For'Riots conduct man'charged-throv'ng with disorderly a stone- : ,-
Good Cause
had to disturbance'in face a $100 Harlem bond.A : :::

and the East New York section -
In an address to the National animals, Nor will they live in n no
of Brooklyn quickly
was
Association of Coun- some of the filthy, rotten
ties Conference in New Or- housing that make up urban bought under control by the POMPANO BEACII-Twen- place and circumstances of
leans Monday, Vice president ghettos. police Monday. A fight among ty-seven Negroes arrested each arrest.

Hubert Humphrey said if he "I'd hate to be stuck on a during two violence-filled' Most of the defendantswere
had to live in a city ghetto fourth floor of a tenement with that would make a large nights last month pleaded represented by Stead man
with rats nibbling on his rats nibbling on the kids' scale impact on the slums of innocent Saturday to chargesof Stahl, a white attorney from

children's toes, he might toes-and they do-with the older cities of the nation."I disorderly conduct and Miami. ,+
"lead a mighty good riot" garbage uncollected-and it wonder how many unlawful assembly. Trial was They were arrested June
set for Sept. 17. 21 and' 22 when rioting broke
himself.
is-with the streets filthy, countries have really begun
Calling fora national driveto Yip r, with' no swimming pools, to think about the role they Municipal Judge Harry out in the Negro section of

wipe out slum housing, he with little or no recreation.". play in the building of whole Fischer rejected defense mo- Pompano Beach following an
said that without rent supplements If he were forced to live new planned communities?" tions which contended the alleged slapping of a 10-year-

or rent subsidies for under such conditions, Hump- he said. "You have to make a charges were too vague and old Negro boy by a white

the poor "we will have open phrey told the county officials choice whether you want all thereby unconstitutional. store operator, Arthur Marks',

violence in every major city "I think you'd have your low rent housing to be Judge Fischer gave City 42.
and county in America more trouble than you have federally owned, whether you Prosecutor James Eddy until Marks pleaded innocent
"It is time for government had already, because I have want subsidies so the poor Aug. 5 to prepare a bill of earlier to assault and battery I

officials to recognize the enough spark left in me to can own their own homes, or particulars, detailing the charges.

National Guard is no answerto lead a mighty good revolt whether you want violence in -
the problem of slums," he under those conditions." America," he told the con- y y 4W1I1

said. He called for a program ference. F i
"People will! not live like I r ? q;4htt F e ., i 7znvII


Uncle Sam Asks SammyJr.

Tom Spencer Asks Anti- .,
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Discrimination Clause For For $227,483 TaxesEntertainer .I

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Sammy DavisJr. At the saif.i time, Davis' A
New State Constitution is fighting a federal tax father, with whom he broke
claim of $227,483, contending into show business in the
An anti discriminationclause thousands of dollars in Will Mastin Trio, petitioned
was recommended to expenses disallowed by the against a tax claim nearly
be inserted in Florida's new Internal Revenue Service $40,000) for the same two
Constitution at the recent were essential to his peg itionto years. 4
meeting in Miami of the Flor- F 'r show business. And the trio the two #
ida Constitutional Revision ,ice The actor-singer-dancer Davises and Will Mastin '
Commission.State asked the U. S. Tax Court to filed a third petition contestinga :
Representative Tom overturn an IRS finding that claim of some $32,000 '
Spencer urged the Commissionto he owes $81,710 for 1959, based on what IRS claimedwas
$109,744 for 1960 and a late- an excessive salary ..fV <
place in the Constitutionthe r rro'J
words: "No person shall filing penality of 36.02 paid the elder Davis while I he
was recuperating from a heart
be denied any right becauseof
I' attack and unable to performin 'I j .
color or race. "
"It would be unfortunate," 1959. ,
The tax agency disallowed ""
Spencer said, "if our generation -
more than $200,000 in ex-
in drafting a new con .
penses claimed by the younger -
stitution, were to completely
Davis for hotels meals "
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ignore our nation's numberone .. '::
dntertainment and gifts, .. .. .
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social problem, racial iry cos- I cO "-M" ..... "'_
discrimination." completely ignores the .civil tumes, music, transportation, PLAYBOY CLUB BUNNY Roz Hill populai
Representative Spencer, rights problem and urged the records and a valet. It also
Miami model, is now a bunny at the Playboy Club on *"
who is also a Democratic Commission to place in the disallowed a $1,360 claim
Biscayne Boulevard. Roz is the first
nominee for State Senator, Declaration of Rights sectiona for a bodyguard in 1960 and Negro bunny em-
told the Commission that the complete bar to racial dis more than $5,000 in tips for ployed in the south by the international chain of

draft of the new constitution crimination. that year. clubs.





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I Branch -YMCA Puts Culture in Summer ProgramArts



and crafts, speech and drama, music, dance Daniels, former arts and crafts department Billy Hall of Miami Dade Junior College with
judo, gymnasticd, fencing, basketball and baseball, chairman of North Dade Junior and Senior High School, professional skills in and judo
fencing, gymnastics
make up the activities for youngsters from your to feels he is really making a contribution as he observes for
says that he feels that it is a worthwhile sport
seventeen in the day camp program at the Carver the many changes in learning intricate skills
boys and can
girls and if given the opportunity they
Branch YMCA this summer. Director Raymon Thornton and expressing themselves in art forms' by the young- become most competent. His experience with the
has brought together a group of talented professionalswho
sters.Francis youngsters has been most beneficial and enjoyable.
are exposing these youngsters, about 50 in all, Young, former world traveler with the
to everything from ceramics to fencing, from acting to Florida A&M University Players Guild and instructor There isn't any place that I would have enjoyed more Dsy
than the YMCA
part that I have played in the
Nigerian folk dances, from basic rhythm to modem at Richmond Heights Junior High has youngsters from Camp program.
music and music appreciation. Amope Nze, Nigerian four to 18 years old enjoying and participating in
'' and studied under Catherine plays, story hour and
dancer, who has performed play productions. You are cordially invited to attend Carver YMCA
Dunham and who has performed from Miami to< Bernard Thomas, Florida MM graduate and a presentation of the first half of their summer programon

California with her own group, says she has never music major who replaced Robert Thomas of Miami Thursday, July 21 at 8 p.m. The theme is "Cul

enjoyed anything more than helping these youngsters Dade Junior College, has worked very hard with ture Through Play." You are also invited to attend

express themselves through dance. youngsters!: in both choral and instrument music. Open House after the program. photo by Jay Baker.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, ">rffoy, July '2219&6; _..! ." ?

WOMEN OFF I It
Mrs. Range Prescribes Work TO MIAMI NATIONAL 9


Busy People Don't Get Into Trouble"Miami CONVENTION ',; \' r ,

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Seven Miami women left by
City CommissionerM. Range informed the overflow have benefitted the under- ,
Athalie Range advocated audience that Miami was city privileged, sick, indigant and bus Thursday for the National i. .{
Association of Women's Clubs
"work" as a means to avoid free
of racial trouble. aged, she appealed to themto
violence here in Inc. Convention in Oklahoma
or any un- "continue to work I
by day
touched municipality.She She urged those in atten- and pray by night." City. The Miami Group included -
dance from far e
some as awayas H.Lv
was speaking to dele- Los Angeles, to return to Greater Bethel AME Church, ; Mesdames Wilhelmena
gates during a pre-convention their homes and work towarda 245 NW 8th St., is the meeting Sands, Nancy Green, Marie
Triumph the Church and Kingdom better understanding in their place for some 600 membersand Price, Unic Clements, Rooper, ;
of God in Christ gather- respective communities. visitors in Miami for the Ester Scott and A. E. McNeal, :

ing at the organization's local Mrs. Range said, "Busy second bicnniel National national art chairman. .S;

church.In people do not get into Chautauqua which began Mon
a message that drew trouble." In commending the day to continue through Sun- 1 r
frequent applause Mrs. group for their efforts which day, July 25. GUESTS AT k ?

CARVER YMCAOn ii-

Tuesday, July 12, James \. 9' +', ;i- f \

B, Scott Housing Recreation 1I' : r Sfkw ; I

3 Center, 7200 NW 22nd Ave., I', ; N ra i,

!b'; 'i ;i!' r !> .': :::;i;; !: i ;'f'fiJ'i ; '. j$# was presentation the represented following of "Hobo at groups the Day.YMCAby in"a 1' Yti' y.t", atier


;:\\:.;. !i.tiJ li"f': : ; ,1/jr:: ) : ;'\' "' ",'' \"iI\rl.i\ ; !\1ii\it\ \i\\:i1" \ ; No. 1 was Shortie Girl
:"',!,::'' ",,;' 'i\t1\ with a song and dance "Side : I
";'';'1:::' by side."
:) !I :A '; No. 2 was the Junior Girls

iar ,, G (5-7th grades) in a drama skit:
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< dl, \\iI: q t\\; I %;f _I' .
,. :; ." <:r.t/Ilr: <.', 'I. ; :((<<:''I1' \ :, ,; ,, called "Lock Goldie." ,
.1 '.. \\.1:,,;, ,1,1", 111 1\\\\ < iJ'M1.'f'l \ ,' \ A F No. 3 was the teenage '
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"',; : Ji I!',; Miss Nze is the recreation ADAMS-HOLLAND !I' .

... t\ leader of the Shorite Girls, 1
t.t. ,. ky 3t Miss Lindsey, leader's aide Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. member of Delta Sigma Theta
:;,:,:: of the Junior Girls and Miss Adams of 4600 NW 15th Court Sorority and Alpha Kappa Mu
"Jf.\( ...'.",'"..;.' 1., Grey, leader of the Teen Girls. announce the engagement of National Honor Society.
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\ .. .",. ; We hope to have a group from their daughter, Scevia Bonitato Mr. Howard, a graduate of-
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.. ; ..,,. ..ir,.,i..) the YMCA to be representedat Major Leonard Holland, the Howard University Schoolof
.. ........ the James E. Scott Recreation son of Mrs. Emily Hollandand Engineering and Architecture
: ., Center soon. the late Solomon M. Holland is presently with Fry and
d On Thursday, July 15, Mr. of Tuskegee, Ala. Welch, architects, of Washington
John Brantley, a former Carver Miss Adams, a graduateof D. C. He recently served ,
YMCA judo instructor gave Tuskegee Institute and a as Virst Lieutenant in the
the kids some points in judo. graduate student at Barry U. S. Army Corps of Engi
He is a :2nd degree Black College is presently teachingat neers.A .
Belt. He would have loved to Earl ing ton Heights Elementary December wedding is
have given the kids a judo School. She is a planned.

.. .; : demonstration do due to a but back was injury.unableto

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FASHION TEA
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There will be a Fashion IMMEDIATE SRi22 FlUNG

Tea Sunday July 24 at the Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
home of Miss Cora Lee Hump-
D. Goodman and Son Inc.
piney 786 NW 52nd: St. Proceeds ,
to the Greater Macedonia "Insurance, Real, Estate, Mort,.,." '
'i .L Church Women' Day Business member All People Democratic Club f

Program. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 )
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Rev. R. Jackson is pastor.



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President Johnson presents a diploma to U. S. Foreign Service Officer
FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
Charles M. Hanson Jr., one of 25 members of the Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy
who were graduated at ceremonies held in the White House Rose Garden June 9.

Shown with the President are Vice President Humphrey and Ambassador G. Lewis

Jones Jr., coordinator of the Seminar.Mr. BONDED !
Hanson and his 24 colleagues' in the Seminar, the most advanced train- 1

ing program in international affairs and foreign policy offered by the U. S. Govern

ment, were selected on the basis of their excellence in past performance and their

promise to achieve positions of greater responsibility in, the future. RENTAL
Mr. Hanson is a native of New York, joined the Foreign Service in 1948 and

an has served overseas in Liberia, Switzerland, India and Trinidad as well as in

the Department of State, where, prior to his selection for the Senior Seminar, he

served as an advisor to the Assistant Secretary of State for International Affairsin AGENCY INC.J

the latter's capacity as Coordinator for the Alliance for Progress. z ,

Since graduation from the Seminar, Mr. Hanson has been serving as an Exami-

for the Board of Examiners for the Foreign Service, one of three senior officers I THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
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assigned to administer oral examinations to applicants for the U. S. Foreign I
Service. AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN
HON. L. L. BROOKS

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DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES.

Lt. Smith Leads Scouting PRESIDENT

GEORGE P. HARTH, GENERAL MANAGER
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Expedition to New Mexico MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

I 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
I Cimarron,N. M. LeroyA. from Camping Headquartersfor i Gary Range, son of Mrs. Atha-
Smith 1030 NW 67th St., is Lovers Leap Base Campto 1 lie Range; Edward Kyler, son
now leading 12 scouts on a begin their trek. of Mrs. Grace Kyler; all of Bonded also has employment seryice at main office

12-day expedition over the He will lead the expedition Troop 77. Scouts Clarence 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue .
trails of the Sangre do Cristo Daniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. '
after three days with a Phil-
mountains and at Philmont Scout month ranger. Henry Daniels; and Clarence : A full time public relation department to assist you in solving your problemsPlus

Ranch Philmont is Explorer the Base. The group will return home Smith, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. I a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenienceOn /
214squaremile Smith; are members of
national camping area of following an Awards their participationin Campfire. 79 sponsored by st.Troop John nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

the Boy scouts of America. Baptist Church. These Scouts
Miami Scouts making the will meet hundreds of fellow : MAIN OFFICE

Smith, a police lieutenantwith trip are Scouts Walter Turner, Scouts from all parts of the 1 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue
the Miami Police Depart son of Mrs. Abraham Turner Ur.'ted States. PL 9.8733
ment will the
supervise group \/ondolism done by a few is expensive to all. Please help us stop this unnecessary evil.

Council.representing the South Florida Dugies Guest Hous C.A. Lockhort, Public Relations Director


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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 22, 1966


FROM WHERE I SITBY


I BILL McBRIDE


H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor J By Booker T. Hayes Negro Easiness HereIn
WiLLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor ffh
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OSCAR W. WEAVER, Clrculatlon-AdwrtUIng Manager The aim of pro-segregationist for the past decade .t: Sad State

Member of the National' Newspaper Publishers Association been accomplished by two words, Black
seems to have fhm. 0\ __
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES Power. The ultimate aim of all segregationist groups .. .' ...

r ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 to bring about or create a parting of ways between the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT EXTENDS
l various civil rights groups and thus weaken their bargaining -

Entered as Second Close Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post power has been achieved. The slogan Black HELPING HAND THROUGH SBDC

j Office at Miami,' Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Power made its appearance on the American scene

Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 during the closing stages of the march from fear origi- (This is the second in a series of articles evol-
nated by James Meredith as a boast for voter registration ving around the Dade County Negro business owner.

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" in his home state of Mississippi. Since that timeit In this series we are attempting to objectively focus at-

,,*i He NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead has become the most controversial slogan to get tention on his shortcomings as we see them; his great
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords coined in reference to civil rights. potential and the means by which he can secure help
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his the by those responsiblefor
Despite explanations his worth to himself
needed to improve and to his
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-the
its that it makes no reference to violencethe Last week we pointed out of
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that usage community. many his
overall opinion is that the slogan is equivalent to Among which are: his failure
al! men are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock. shortcomings. to be-
.. the statement an eye for an eye. The general consen- come active in community affairs; his failure to adhereto
Sensus is that force will be met with force and reta- sound business practices, such as adequate bookkeeping

10,080 DRIVERS' LICENSES STOLEN liation will be the order of the day. Civil disorder systems, inventory and cash controls; his

Atty. Ellis Rubin of Miami Beach, who is also a constituted by Negroes in an effort to focus national failure to become organized, and his dire need for
former assistant attorney general, and is now a Repub- attention and bring about immediate steps toward management counseling and training and his need for

lican candidate for the office, said 10,000 license progress now in evidence throughout the major citiesof working capital.)
thenation will directly related to this new slogan
blanks were stolen lost from contract in
or agencies
black will determine violence tne
{ the last five power. Many today's
years. result of hate-baiting by different civil rights organizations. WHAT IS THE SBDC?
Stolen licenses are used by those not qualified to

drive, those who have failed the drivers' test, those is The Small Business Development Center located
who wish to establish false identity, and those who use This is not the cause. Today's unrest being at 556 W. Flagler, an arm of the Equal Opportunity
the American
its Youth adapted to
the false age and address to perpetuate fraud and propelled by youth. Program, Inc. of Dade County opened last Valentine's
other ideal that a wrong must be made right now. Youth
' crimes on an unsuspecting public.
4 "The incumbent attorney general has toleratedand born into a Jet age where time is a factor meaningnow. Day.It's showing a lot of heart. Already 23 loans to-

condoned 1 system that permits the stealingof Youth who feel that now that it has been definitely\ taling $183,000 have been made to permit people in
drivers' licenses," Rubin said. established that the Negro has been treated morally business
poverty to start a new or improve a failing
the time has for retribution. They're
He' wrong come part
ti suggested.central issuance of the licensesby one.
mail to halt criminal abuses. Assignment of agen- of a generation that has had to live in an action-packed Retired businessmen and other volunteers have

cies is a political plum, according to Rubin. society and this is what they expect in return for their spent more than 425 hours giving fledgling enterprises

I parents ills' action. advice on management, bookkeeping methods,proper
As this is being written, the air strike is stillon This is not the time for a split between civil display and merchandising and a host of other techni-
because it will take all their efforts to
and few airplanes are leaving or arriving in rights groups, ques.
'' Miami, much to the inconvenience of tourists and suppress the violent elements that appears to have It is a creation of the federal government in its
other travellers. taken over our youth. Violence, or participation in its 1 all out war on poverty. It was realized that in many

There are 35,000 machinists of,EasternNational, process has the tendency of creating an identity for sections of the country, people were struggling in
United, Northwest and Trans World airlines on strike. youth. It gives them an opportunity to help their own i business without the proper finance to increase their
It has hurt the economy to the tune of $400,000 cause. Their participation in demonstrations becomes stock, expand in size in order to keep up with the
daily. dangerous because they lack the power of reasoning. nearest competitor, or even to relocate the businessr

They become consumed in the action and believe it o when signs of a decaying neighborhood began to show.It .

BETTER LATE THAN NEVERThe not, they too have grievances. was realized further that there were large armies
Everyone agrees that education of the masses isa i of people who spent many years working for an employer -
Florida
State Employment Service has com- must if a country such as ours is to continue to running his business, making the product
p
Dieted' a federal financed survey of Bade County's thrive, but they unwilling to the
appear accept re doing the work, but not taking home the money. It was
poor. Statistics show that of the 13,327 persons interviewed sponsibilities of an educated society.Today's common knowledge that many of the people in this
11,579 were Negroes; 1,600 whites, 781
violence can be traced directly to the\ segment of workers represented minority groups of,
Latin Of Americans these and 288 Cuban refugees. better informed status of our citizens.Man's ingenious i the country, therefore bank loans in many instances
more thanl,000eamed less than $3,000 ideas have created a void between the different el ewere not available.
during the past year. More than earned less than
7,600 ments. Inventions such as the television have
given
1 The make
government realized that to money
$1,100. Of 3,544 men and women interviewed under 22 Negroes a true picture of what being an American available to these people would be disastrous in many
years of age, 2,401 were not working. Some 1390 could should
mean. They're instilled with a desire for for there
great cases, was a great absence of management
,, not work because of illness and the better
1358 were unemployed things in life with no visible means of eve r know-how. It further realized that in
many 'poverty'
because of
childcare responsibilities. being able to satisfy their desires. This is one of the business districts, receipts were being kept in brown
It's
interesting to note that said
12,182 they main
wanted to be trained causes of revolt. They want to know why? paper bags or cigar boxes; and because of this, ac-
or retrained for new jobs. Hitherto Education of the Negro alone will
not solve the
< curate records of
the determined.
could be
operation not
it's been hard
to find
many interested in job-train- problems internally racking our nation. The education
ing. i Proper inventory of the business stock and supplies
process must be applied to both sides.
Some whitesare
Now that could not be obtained, thereby emptying the shelves of
of the
reports made known
survey are yet unaware that there are other Americans. The t items for sale.Reports .
it's to the local authorities
up to improve the living between whites
gap and
standards of those mentioned in the whitesccan't Negroes in some areas the> from business researchers show that 97
survey. conceive that
'
The federal government has provided $1.3 million conditions that exist some people must live i n per cent of sul businesses that fail, do so not for the

which will certainly be a big help to EOPI. A sub- far removed from the today. They are actually that lack of money, but for the lack of know how. Hence,

stantial amount of this will go for salaries. Black American scene. The slogan any loan made must be accompanied by "know how"
how Power is not the problem. The real problem is; assistance. This is done through workshops, classes
long will it take Americans to come to the aid of and personalized counseling.
other Americans?

MIAMI HOSTS 2,259,000 TOURISTS --------- HOW MUCH CAN BE BORROWED FROM

Florida's Development Commission reports the letter I would like to acknowledge here the receipt of a THE SBDC?

number of tourists coming to Miami by cars last year from our present mayor of the city of Miami and
was 1,406 080. future governor of the state of Florida, Robert King An applicant can borrow up to $15,000 payableover
High which reads
The survey made showed Daytona Beach had as follows: a 15 year period at 4 per cent simple interest for

665,607, St. Petersburg 655,961,Miami Beach 475,677; Mr. Booker T. Hayesco residents of the city of Miami and 5% per cent simple

Homestead 32,464; Coral Gables, 28,133. The Miami Times interest for residents of the county.

Miami led in tourists arriving by airplane with 6740 NW 15th Avenue Factors determining .,_ ___.

853,000; Fort LauderdaleHollywood area, 244,000; Miami, 'Florida the size of the loan are

Tampa-St. Petersburg area, 176,000; West Palm Beach the type of business, the I
66,000; Orlando 53,000 and Jacksonville, 50,000. Dear Booker: use of proceeds (what you

Miami's total number of tourists was 2,259,080.As plan to do with the money), ,
the airline strike this Your column of and the ability of the business -
drags on, figure might June 24, 1966, was outstanding. It was
not look as imposing when the results are tallied for an excellent journalistic piece. to repay the loan. I

thin year. According to Robert '
With wannest Y+
personal regards, I amSincerely Simms, SBDC Director,

this organization is making .
VIET NAM WAR a stron g effort to immediately I

Among those pleading for the life of American (Signed) Robert King High worker seek out the skilled
,or manager who has I
f fliers captured in Viet Nam is Pope Paul who said This simple gesture by Mr. High dreamed of entering busi- "-- -
,
t he recently received assurances of goodwill and pressed with campaign strategy confirms undoubtably belief that ness for himself, using the ROBERT SIMMS

sincerity from one side in the Viet Nam fighting and no problem large or small concerning the my welfare of skills that have made money for others and toassisthim.

now would like to see this matched by the other side. the state be overlooked once he becomes in making his dream come true. To encourage bUSI-

Of course* the side referred.to was the United States. nor. gover- nesses of similar nature to organize in order that

There is every reason to believe that President ways and means of bringing a better service to their

Johnson-in fact the nation as a whole want to seethe T J JOUR community at less cost can be developed. To encouragethe

y end of this war, call it by any other name if you like, struggling operator already in business 'to come
forth -
to end and and receive assistance reaching the mainstream
come an peace restored. However, terms b
mentioned by the Hanoi government for saving.the livesJ' CLASSIFIED ADS of the business world. To encourage the various -
captured prisioners and meeting at the peace tableis Negro grocery store owners to' join a training
not likely to be acceptable. program to be conducted by Associated Grocers(thereare
' IRING RESULTS no Negro members) free of charge. Interested persons -
0 God of love, 0 King of peace are invited to call 379-0735 for further informa-

{ Make wars throughout this world to cease tion.)

Give peace 0 God give peace again Next week this column will be devoted to a more

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Mrs. Lizzie Smith is visiting: her brother and .ANNOUNCES r-

sister-in-law in Detroit, Michigan. Accompanying her MARRIAGEMrs.

are her grandchildren Regina and Charles Faust and Henry E. Styles, 1315

Mia Campbell. NW First Place, wife of the d
9
late George M. Styles, pioneer 4Iiii

t Barbara Baker Bordley of Tallahassee participated businessman, announces the
marriage of her youngest I
Helen Taylor and Mary Brown visited the Tabin in a workshop at the University of Miami for th e daughter, Mildred, a private

Wilhites (Pat Taylor) of Memphis. While in Memphis past three weeks. duty nurse in the Miami area,
to David Adderley of Nassau,
Helen and Mary were the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Bahamas. Mr. Adderley Is the

Robert J. Williams Rev. S. A. Thomas is ill and would surely appreciate son of Samuel Adderley of

a word of cheer. Nassau and the I late Estell + ;
Here from Atlanta, is Jacqueline Smith who's Adderley. He has done public

enjoying a well-earned vacation, with her father, Mrs. Mary Smith and children are enjoying the relations work in Dayton,
Ohio and hotel work in
Mr. Dennis Smith, at their Liberty City home. West Coast St. Pete and Tampa are the cities usedas Freeport
a vacation base. Grand Bahama and in IIH
the U. S. The couple plansto
Gwen Howard and daughter Lisa Clarice en- live in Miami.SUNSHINE i

joyed a two-weeks vacation in Jamaica. The Five Little Walkers, children of Kenneth and

Iris Walker are in Montgomery, Alabama visiting their BRIDGE Miss Carla Sands,an honor, .
Wedding bells rang for Mildred Styles and David graduate of George Washington
grandmother.
Adderly two weeks ago. CLUB TO REACTIVATEplans Carver awarded High a School scholarship has been of t j ,1,
'
Regina Jollivette has returned to her post at $125 from the Miami Chapter .
are underway to reactivate
Franklin O. Payne, son of Mrs. Louise I
Payne Community Drugs after a brief stay in D. C. with the Sunshine Bridge of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. \
Cooper and Mr. James Cooper, serving in the Marine Miss Sands is very active in
friends and
a trip to South Carolina where she servedas Club of Miami. i
Corps is home on leave from South Carolina. Franklinis bridesmaid. in the wedding of Modestine Johnson. All former members and church and civic activities of '
enjoying his stay with family and friends. any other duplicate players interested Coconut Grove. She is president .It
in joining the of the Coconut Grove
Invitations are in the mail for the marriage of group Youth Council and was one of
Recuperating at home from Mt. Sinai Hospital and are urged to contact Mrs., '
Venda Rei Harris and James Milledge Gibson Jr. the 1966 Debutantes. She Is (
Effie Williams by calling 688-
and making and Emestine great progress Davis.In after surgery are Anne Thomas which will be the social event of Sunday the fourteenth 9705 or, plan to attend the now attending Miami Dade ,
Junior College and will continue )
of August. first meeting to be held at the
her studies there this
Atlanta recently for the national convention of Williams' home, 1749 NW 'I.
fall. She is the granddaughter ,
Jack and Jills were Andel Mickens and Rubie Mizell. Frank and Vivian Stanley("Louisville Defender") 154th St., at 8 P.m. Friday, of Mrs. Sarah Sawyer pioneer f

Andel was a delegate from the local chapter.On of Kentucky spent several days in our fair city, then July 24. resident of the Grove. i

relaxed in Freeport enjoying a couple of lazy days. ''HEven
Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. members and

friends of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnationwere After attending the Links Convention in historic with the. simplest water color, !f fI

invited to the new vicarage (310'NW 52nd St.) Boston, Lugusta Colston shuttled to New York for a 1,
for the house blessing and an open house. couple of weeks with niece Barbara Brashear. Doctor I strive for perfection. only

and Mrs. Colston are now hosting the A. W. Bra- through dedication that anything

Friends are wishing a speedy recovery fro Vernon shears (Lugusta's sister Jimmie) of Dallas, Texas.Mr. great is ever achieved."? '!u
Lindsey, who underwent surgery at Christian.The .
and Mrs. John Blackshear of Norristown Penn
Richard (Cecelia) Dunns entertained friendsof sylvania are visiting Ruben and Bell Donaldson of When I buy gin, I insist ,

their parents the J. W.'(Pauline) Dunns at the Opa-locka. on the very best London Dry.Gordons. ,
latter's Liberty City home on Friday evening to
It is ideally dry and crisp t
celebrate J. W. and Pauline's Silver (25th wedding Happy Birthday wishes to Charlotte Powell \
anniversary.) Tim Edmondson, Pat and William Benton of Atlanta makes a perfect martini.To me,

Edmond Johnson, William Moxie, Bobbie Williams, Gordon's Gin is "
gin.
Miss Faustina Albury of NYC is in the city to be Levi Johnson and William C. Dingle. great

at the bedside of her cousin Mrs. Eunice Moss, who isa Elmer C. Stoner noted artist.author and editor.
patient at Cedars of Lebanon.A T'was good of my boss to see that I attended the
Miss Universe Ball at the Fountainebleau on Sunday a

month's-vacation in NYC kept Elene Matthewsand evening where the world's most beautiful young women -
were being honored. and
Beauty youth
daughters, Joy and Jill away from their Liberty were
City home. During their stay they were,Chocked and everywhere.Girl .

saddened by the sudden death of their aunt, Lena
Bowe Spencer. Lena was buried a week ago from Scout Troop 409 wi leave for Nassau in the
Trinity Episcopal Church, NYC. Bahamas on July 28. Miss E. Jones and Mrs. M. Fieldsare
the troops advisors.Mrs. .

FOR A SUMMER OF FUN
Annie Mae Bostick, former Miamian left for
The municipal recreation departments in Dade New York Wednesday after spending a week's vaca-
County have charted a summer of fun for children. No here with the Newbolds.

matter what a youngster's interest, he or she shouldbe

able to find plenty do at a playground near home.
Among the many Girls Scouts attending camp
Check the park nearest which
you provides supervision -
Winding Creek for two weeks
are: Antionette Silva,
for organized activities. The programs are in full
swing now, but it's not too late register.. Angela Robinson, and Sylvia Thomas. These cadettesare
members of Troop 719, Mrs. Helen Bentley, Scout

Sympathy to the following families in the loss of leader. p a uruY..Tars

their dear ones; Bethel, Moxie-Johnson, Harris, McIntosh Newly installed officers of Gamma Delta Sigma
Johnson and Burrows. Gamma Rho Sorority, are Mrs. Verneka Silva, basileus ;
Mrs. Aliene Taylor, anti-grammateus and Mrs. Eugenia

Mrs. Joshua (Bertha) Bullard returned from a Williams, second antigrammateus.ODE 4x

month's vacation in NYC with her daughters, Mrs.
Arnold (Myrtle) Albury and Mrs. Theodore (Eunice) TO SUMMER ORDOM'S' !

Gill. "Where'er you walk cool gates shall fan the glade;

Miss Gloria Mazon chose San Juan and St. Tho- Trees, where you sit, shall crowd into shade; DIST LLED
mas, V. I. as her vacation spots. Where'er you tread, the blushing flowers shall \,
rise. ...
w T
Cordon Gin.created in 1 -
Mrs. Maggie Robinson of Cleveland is here to And all things flourish where turn London England in 1769. -i-!! !
you your eyes. It s the biggest+ seller in England, II'OI\'!:: +"\""
visit her brother, Major, who's recuperating at home. Alexander America and the world
Pope '
PRODUCT Of U..A.IDONEUTRAl SPIRitS DISIIUD fROM CRAIN 90 Wflllf GOM!DRY CHI CO 110 liNDEN N I 1
1688-17441
Mrs. Mable I. Daniels and her niece Valerie Al-

bury are vacationing in NYC. .

Get well wishes to Mrs. Aliene Burroughs at

home.Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting and Betty J. Burroughsat

Christian.Mrs. .

Ida Bell Mosley Jackson's Toddle Inn) is

vacationing with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ? :. CHOCOLATE
'I' PEPPERMINT
Johnson of St. Augustine.
SHAKE

Wedding bells will ring for Bettie Davis and Yitld:ippnx. I cup

James Campbell on July 30. "Of course I'ma demon 6 r'.3;,4::>,Y,>t-' a 1 softened pint pippermlnt lei cream,

on the tennis court.VITALITY 1w 1 quart chocolate milk
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Ferguson (Betty) are cele- drink Zl: 1 pint peppermint lei cream

brating their eighth wedding anniversary July 24. I MILK 1. ice In a mixing cream bowl gradually while beating add chocolate softened

milk. Pour into large glasses,' top with
Alma Manns along with children Pamela and COOLERS" wry? 1' scoops of ice cream.

Donald of White Plans, New York are visiting her
mother Mrs. Lenora Rollins, 5551 NW 15th Avenue. ) Dream up your own
ji&V .: Milk Vitality Coolers and remember
MILK'S TOO GOOD TO BE
Angenoria paschal is enrolled in a three weeks '' t : JUST FOR THE YOUNG

course at NYU in New York City. .1 '

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CharlesYoung chose' Freeport and Nassau for )
two weeks of sun and surf. :'14.." ;, .-j.: ,
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The Jimmy Reeves' (Ruthie) are spending their
SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE g BGF/VC nee
vacation touring, the Northeast. .. :.-.. ,. .'. .

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4 ti rll Fla. MemorialGets 3iiiiit'

tCr t $40,470




Dr. Puryear announced |
that Florida Memorial Col-
lege's Application for funds
under Title IV Part A of the
Higher Education Act of 1965
/ a has been approved. The college -
has received an allocation '
r :
F\ t i .,. of $40,470 for the initial
academic year of the pro-
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gram.
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The Equal Opportunity
from $200 to
M Grants range
and are
student
1800 per
awarded to "worthy and need-
Jy" students who would not .
therwise have the opportun- /woerrteow scorueo { }

F ? ff'JCHICAGO .ty to attend college. v Sti.'ry .

Miriam Makeba, Mercury recording artist, was recently a personal These awards will con-
guest of Prime Minister Forbes Bumham during the week-long celebration of Independence tinue throughout the stu- 4J .
if his .rte}: ok }
I in Guyana. Miss Makeba was flanked at dinner by the Duke and Duchessof dents academic career ;
work remains satisfactory. tsto, { Ie4S
Kent. Guyana is the former British Guiana. Additional information maybe J ;

secured by writing the
Office of the Registrar.

Revolutionary Treatment of Drug

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Addiction Revealed In New BookThe I DED. SCOTCH i.OR.w.R.afwas WI11S'.os
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concept of free ambu- successes and failures of American plan and, further,
experiments in countries, suchas that once sustaining drugs
latory treatment and maintenance -
of drug addicts through England and of groups are administered under responsible here!
supervision to "in-
.
government operated clinicsis such as Synanon.It
curable" addicts at strategically -
not as starlting or untestedas is the thesis of this
it may sound. It runs para- book that millions of dollarsnow located community cen-
ters across the nation, moti-
llel to and suggests an expansion being wasted in countless
vations for illegal trafficing
of the uncordinated programs can be
brilliantly
successful techniques de- saved through this unified will be eliminated. Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the born-and-

veloped in Puerto Rico by bred Scotch drinkers.They've been smacking their

Dr. Efran Ramirez, the recently lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand

appointed narcoticscoordinator ..c Desire 4 \ old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue/'Take a
for New Tork. e peg of Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say
This book, Narcotics
An American new Plan, publishedon Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt- the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose

July 15 by Paul S. Erickson \, Salon y man, popular, is the local new own-businessman taste is gentle, and whose price is light.

Inc., is an outgrowthof er c' the Dive-Inn Bar 86.8 PROOF.IMPORTED BY JAMES M.McCUNN i CO.INC,.N.Y
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 22, 1966 7LET'S

end" for his support in this program. Admission is

free, and it starts at 5 p.m. at the Brownsville Center, -

2741 NW 49th St. On Friday. TALK POLITICS ;:

}
r QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Our thanks to By Norman Jones

'' Major Floyd Alsbury of the Metro Sheriff's Depart- TWO-PARTY SYSTEM

't' ment for the police escort for Cab Calloway The The vacuum created by the dominance of a one-

NAACP office in Miami has evidently gone out of party system of government whereby many elective
4 I business. You can'call any day, and not get an answer
offices of every level in the state of Florida are givento
We have friends who wanted cards
membership ,
some
tvt the Democratic candidates by default with no opposition
BY DAVE BONpU I and for three months have not been able to reach any- candidates inimical
from the Republucan is i
-- -- one who can het help for them. Shows you how well to the interest of free men and contrary to a free sys-
we are doing in Miami? Race wise very, very
.
With two more weeks to go in our Unofficial ten of government which we are attempting to espouse
Sepia Mayor's Poll, we find that these are the standings good George Wright, arranger and producer of ourbig'band with blood and dollars all over the world. I ;
is things and the band is
writing some new
as of now: This vacuum can easily be filled by Negroes
Tannie Dean 8,250 Clyde Killens 1,860 really getting into shape We are sending a letterof filing for all uncontested offices on the Republican

Bill Wynn 3,750 Earl Carroll 1,770 commendation to Police Chief Headley regardingthe ticket in order to fulfill the true concept of a free :
"above the call of duty service" of officers Dave
Judge Johnson 3,100 Henry Arrington 1,630 system of government. Apparently this is the only
Fincher and Rogers. They are both fine officers. -
Eugene Kemp 2,770 Willie Lamar 1,530 way to bring a free government to Florida as it is .

Pat Range 2,470 Blanche Calloway 1,450 That gets the voting and stuff for this week. vividly apparent that other citizens of Florida are note," .1\, '
.
Ernest Hayes 2,040 Cleveland Turner 1,400 only content but actually fight for the questionable ,X!
Get those votes in. Two more weeks now so let's ,
Our contest will close July 29th and the last privilege of enslavement under a one-party system.
get with it and live life, every golden minute of ,
count will be made Wednesday Aug. 3rd. The winner The Negro in Florida, after suffering disfranchisement "
it. For gosh sake, let Miami have PEACEIjiiimmiiimmimiiiMiiiiimiimnimliiiiii!! II j
will be announced Friday, August 5th. at the hands of the Democratic Party for Z 't
.
The candidates are not only working harder ; 1'05 fifty years, is now celebrating 20 years of participation

themselves, but they have inspired their wives and 1 p SEPIA MAYOR CONTEST = in the Democratic Party Primaries, certainly

friends to work for them. One of the wives called me E I CAST MY VOTE FOR = long enough tp produce "political statesmen" from

and said, "my husband is losing ground in that con- r the ranks of their political leaders.
test, and I have bought every paper I could find. rr -- For twenty years these political leaders have i, t

Where can I get more papers?" This is a good sign. r : been fighting among themselves to represent the various -

There is definite interest in this contest, and as we r -r candidates in the Democratic Party Primarieswith

have said before, this is the man that the "people" in r Name of Contestant, 3m nothing to show but a continuous stream of "

county and city offices are watching, because he is invectives and insults from the very candidates they i,

the person from whom they will seek advice in many 3 support, shunted and cast aside once the primariesare I

of their dealings with our people in Dade County. !\ (Signed) 5 over, regardless of which candidate was success-

Keep those votes coming in, but remember, they must : EACH VOTE COUNTS 10 POINTS>> jj ful. This shameful, derogatory treatment will continueas
be on the coupons and must be mailed on a post cardor I nijiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHFerdie long as Florida is completely and overwhelmingly

you may put as many as you like in an envelope and dominated by the un-American one-party system.'I> i
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Again Heads Dade is determined in the November gen eral election be-

PRETTY' GIRL OF THE WEEK: Dorothy Royal tween candidates of both parties, instead of the pri-

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: William Harris Urban maries in May between candidates of one-party, those '
Renewal
GOLFER OF THE WEK: Cab Calloway AgencyThe who gave their lives to bring freedom to mankind all '

over the world, shall not have died in vain.
has in
Dade County Urban cy now Project R-10
This Friday afternoon, His Highness, The King of Renewal Agency has reelected execution with an anticipatedcost

Hi-De-Ho visits the people in the poverty pocket. Ainslee R. Ferdie, 35- of 17000000. Two

Cab Calloway will be on hand to greet his huge crowd year old Coral Gables attorney additional! applications for
and planning grants
survey
that is expected to turn out to see a living legend. as chairman for an addi-
submitted the
have been to
tional year. Ferdie is an original Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
Through the courtesy of Morris Lansburgh, owner of member of the agency Federal Urban Renewal
the Eden Roc, where Cab is winding up a successfultwo having been twice reappointedby Agency. Under his term as -MR. JACK"
week engagement. Also on hand will be Jeff the County Commissionand chairman, the agency acquired FOR t
its first and
Addams, Carrol Joyce, Hal Frazier (currently appearing since has the served as chairman of began demolition property of slums in STYLES FOR ALL AGES
resignation
at the Club Prince from Ronald Th Latest In M..'. FathUat
Playboy ). Jack "Guys L. Fine. Ferdie is alsoa the Central Miami area. An Very

and Dolls." All of these folks are vocalists. Musical member of the Dade County on-site service office was SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

groups will include the Dino DeRose Trio.with Dino, Citizens Advisory Committee opened Community at the Ronald L. Fine and ITALIAN SHOES 1'
Service Center
for Community Improvementsand 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami Florida
Bob
Smith & Tommy Youth. These young men, along Associate Judge of the the agency is now preparingto ,

with Jack Prince & Carol Joyce are appearing nitelyat City of West Miami. He is pre- advertise for proposals for T
"My Place" on Biscayne Blvd. at the County Line. sident of Temple Zamora and its first disposition contract. --
The Dave Akins Trio with vice ------
Dave, Reggie Moore and president of the Miami

Hank Haynie who are now appearing at the Sir John Multiple SclerosisAssociation. i
Lounge. In 1965 he was elected toa :
two year term as North

i ,Dizzy Jones and his new band plus Frank of American the Younger Regional 1 Lawyer's chairman WOOLWORTH'S

DuBois and his Chicken Scratchers will be there.Section of the Inter-American ,

Ray Carroll and her little Bar Association. Ferdie is
side kick, "Tommy," from currently Secretary of the
FALL JEWELRY SALE !
the Beachcomber; Cab Callo- Coral Gables Bar Association,
way's famous sister, Blanche, and is the only Florida law-
will do the MC honors. His! yer on the Committee for Pub-
Honor, Mayor'Chuck Hall will lic Regulation of Land Use of ..'i
the Real Estate section of the /k, ," ., '! : .
be on hand to greet Cab, and American Bar Association.He ;1 t.:8


coverage will be handled by serves on the Board of ,' <,' ,, ,} ....
Channels 4, 7 and 10; The directors of Economic Oppor- :f' )' i.i1

Miami Times, Miami Herald tunity Program, Inc., Coral :; ':{
Gables Optimist Club and the .
and Miami News. This pro- DUBOISE : .\t I'I
Board of Governors of the j e
gram is presented as a part "" 1'1--'
Greater Miami Jewish Federa .
of the cultural program creat-

ed by the Brownsville EOPI. tion.The Urban Renewal Agen-,i

The Center Director is Judge # f

John D. Johnson, and withoutthe I 1.; :.$
efforts of the counselorsof :
the Brownsville Center in E East Coast

order to make this possible, TailorsFEATURING j

none of this would have come q .,
into being. Paul Moore, Ros- THE NEW f ;
s
Machett Marie OAK SLACK SUIT :.q:.....
coe Guyton, I ... .
Elvin Dean, Helen Rivers, BLANCHE I Unclaimed Pants for Sale r.N.i ',':,

Oliver Wilson, Juanita Hooks, Alterations and RemodelingFAST -
SERVICE We made a giant purchase more than Values to $2
John Gully Ghent and .,
James 2 million earrings, rings and necklace sets ,
Gloria Lassiter have worked 717 NW62 ST.
to bring you this sale price!
hard to make it a success. PL 8-3901
EARRINGS GALORE Earrings with
We present a program like' A cuff while you wait'Anytime"
14 kt. gold filled posts for pierced ears.
this to give the folk in the
Pierced looks! Big and Jittle hoops!
poverty area a chance to see
Reversible and drop styles.
such great stars as Sammy "Any" whe,. In the world COSTUME RINGS Choose from novel-
Davis Jr. and Cab Calloway, *'
yoU want to go 7c--
ties friendship birthstone wood-lucites.
,
,
'
due to the fact that they do Tmi mmmmmmm .TJCK&S CWT
Jeff Adams I Even engagement and wedding stylesset
not have the money to go to
NO MOKE #T with rhinestones.
those places on the Beach to see th,.n. Then when NECKLACE AND EARRING SETS .,Autumn -

these stars come to the poverty pocket, it shows that' flOIt1ftftITMYEL colored beads! Simulated pearls!

they care. A little moral building and entertainment Ito5.strand necklacesmatching earrings.
which helps make chances less of the "pot boiling 4QIlUU"Y

over" like in Chicago, Cleveland, New York, Los r Neighborhood Travel:
Angeles and Jacksonville this week. Just to show we .. ......" USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY

care, makes lot of difference in a man's daily living.If Ali:itar to you at your Available in Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables,
there is recreation and entertainment for poor, hard fftbohon..' Give.us a call. ,
working people, who need fc relax, then you can rest Jfa dell.,.,. 1104 NW 3r* Pcrrfne, Homestead, Hollywood, West Hollywood "'
assured that live in harmony in South Florida. Ave. FR 98451. Cho.C VOl .
we can
That is the wain thing they are fighting over in those North. ,M.Clllapr'l.. YOUR MONK'S WORTH MOM AT WOOLWORTH'S

other towns. Our thanks to the King, "A living leg-

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by Whitney M. Young Jr.

Executive Director National.Urban League
4

FIr r 9C EDUCATION AND INTEGRATION I

(first of three articles)

__ tid In 1954, the Supreme Court delivered its historic

decision declaring segregated schools unconstitutional.The .
t decision was grounded on the realization that an

inferior handicap an individual and breeds povertyand
Y feelings of inferiority.

The ByKota Club will present -
Miss Jacquelyn Croumel, Ten years later, the Congress passed the Civil.i
Soprano in a vocal concert to Rights Act of 1964 which included Title IV, a provIsion ;
benefit the By tot as Scholar-
ship Fund, Sunday, July 24, banning racial discrimination in federally-aided'
4:00: p.m. at Bethany Union programs and which authorizes the government to
Academy 5100 NW 25th Ave. withhold funds to compel integration.

Y M P? yr, 7 Despite these measures, our nation's schools

are.still segregated. North and South, integration is adream
SOUTH rather than a reality. U. S. Commissioner of
The Greater Miami Urban The seminars are scheduledto The Urban League extends Education Harold Howe II told a School Administrators -
League's Education and meet each Wednesday from an invitation to all DADE NEWSMrs. Conference co-sponsored by the National Urban
7:30 to the
Youth Incentives is P.m. 9:30 p.m. at interested citizens to visit
conducting a series program of seminars Community Services Building, the seminars and urge all League and Teachers College, 'Columbia University,
395 NW 1st Street. Mr. Mark youth to come and partici- that only about 5 per cent of Negro students in the
as a part of its summer
activities.The Buchbinder, a third year law pate.The aisle M. Williamsand South attend classes with white students. In the
student at ColumbiaUniversity, Greater Miami Urban mother, her niece and North only 15 per cent of Negro students are in inte-
is purpose to bring of the tobether seminars and Mr. Calvin E. Jennings League, United Fund agency, nephew, Pamelia Jenkins and grated classes.
associate director of Greater is a community service agency William Mathis, left on July
high school and college stu- Miami Urban League charge which programs in leadership 20 for Detroit, Mich., where
dents who are interested in of Education and Youth Incentives development, job developmentand they will spend 14 days as The twelve years which have slipped by since the
discussing contemporary problems are conducting the employment, housing, houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Supreme Court decision have resulted in few gains in
and current events. seminars. health and welfare, and edu- Alfred Jones at 19030 Gallagher. integration and a loss in quality in many school syt- ,
cation and youth incentives.
tems. I frankly can't see how quality education can
the
All
League's of
programs
'
?a !{GLAMOUR STUDIOS"* ,4.4. are aimed at improving the Miss Carrie Frison will be separated from integration.In .
4 living and working conditionsof
,. 1' take care of Mrs. Williams'
:. Miami's minority group a democracy the schools the function of
serve
;":" i STUDENTS ONLY population. The League is Miami Times route until she
___ '" located at returns. So please have your preparing their students for their future roles as re-
395 NW 1st Street,
\ IN COLOR Suite 205; 377-3681. 15*: ready for this young lady. sponsible citizens, while transmitting to them the
; cultural heritage of their country. They also equip
them with the skills they need to contribute to the
\ 2 GIANT 5 X '7 -. nation's ecnnomv.


j None of the functions of the educational
systemcan
\ 2 4 X 5 POSTCARD r ::1 be met by segregated schools. Educators realize

.; 4. that students get only a partial education if they are

L not exposed to different ideas and people. Diversityis
Only $4.95
as essential to learning as reading primers.

Francis Keppel, former Assistant Secretary of

'i CO Health, Education and Welfare, in his new book, r
t p,:* 2 :PosEs TO EACH STUDENTHAROLD *() "The Necessary Revolution in American Education"
'M shows how important this is. He says: "It may well be
that learning to read is no more important to a child
/A\iRlll\ than learning how' to get along with children who are

brighter or less bright than himself, who are richer or
L. BRAYNON ANNOUNCES THE poorer than he, who come from a race or religion or
national background different from his own. A child
LAW OFFICES
RE-LOCATION OF HIS
who lives in a hothouse may flounder as an adult when ,
15th AVENUE TO 5022 NW ti
FROM 6825 NW he finds around him in his business, his church, his

7th AVENUE, EFFECTIVE JULY 20, 1966. church, his street, persons he never met as a child.
THE TELEPHONE NUMBERS ARE 754-3408 If the Negro child needs an integrated school to put
the lie to his self-image of inferiority and to win the
0
AND
754-3409. same quality of education available to white children;

then the white child needs to avoid the elitist imageof

O himself as superior."


The Negro children is even more damaged than *" ,

Offering you white child by segregated schools. He is handicapped '

by rundown schools, fewer facilities, outmoded equip-

the finest ment, and a teacher's staff which is often drawn from

younger, less experienced teachers. One study showed,
of the teachers in school 1
ON A CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT OF that three-fourths a ghetto
had temporary teaching licenses. The licenses.
v NOSaGANS this inferior education is a deterioration of the child's
s1i p abilities. A study of school children in a central
$1,000 Harlem school district showed that their median IQ's

r were lowered between the third grade and the eighth
& grade. This is not education, it is miseducation. Small

wonder that the dropout rates in these schools are so,
(THREE YEARS) high.. In effect, these kids don't drop out, they are,
pushed out by a system which fails to prepare them for

\ I .: INTEREST RATES ON C.D.'S a life of opportunity, but instead prepares them for a
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"'AMONG OUR.' MANY' SATISFIED Fortunately, many people see this not as a mere
2 Years and Over . . 5V4%
CUSTOMERS. ARE : matter of cOncern, but as a national scandal. Nextweek i

1 Year . . . .5% I will discuss some of the ways suggested to
bring both education and quality to our schools.
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church
(Redeemable before maturity on 30 days written
Metropolitan AM.E. Church notice at 4 per yea r.)

Antioch Baptist Church
New Providence Baptist ChurchSt. Call: Mr. Cotter, Mr. Mack or Mr. Reeve at .",.J''
DON'T FAIL YOUR CHILD{ -:.
James A.M.E. Church .

,- 'Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF A college education is essential.'Don't leave

,.. ...J01, ,,':..'.t."<',. MIAMI :,it to chance. If your child;is under '9, Florida -;
i(Law provides a, way by which ,he can /'

MORGAN PIANO CO 6013 .7th Ave. ,qualify,{for c scliolaiihip: *{- "vt| T '%&*' "


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LIBBY'S OLD I IBAKERITE Hair chemical curl relaxinf. They 1a
I! To Teach Permanent will furnish class worl kits
MILWAUKEEBEER
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NECTARS to each student without

APRICOT NBCL ConventionGeorgia charge. V+
PEACH PIAR II! Relaxing at


B 1201. CANS 6 12 OZ. Calhoun, left Seniors, Masters 1 and 2 or

I National! Education Coordinator post Graduates attending the

tor for the Epic Professional convention.Both .
8 HUt 89ff Products Co., and Pauline executives of Epic
Steger Burton, Epic Field Professional Products Division
E
9m FOR Educational Technician, have of the Gillette Companyare

POM'S IMPORTED ITALIAN I been selected to teach permanent nationally recognized
CANNED .I hair relaxing during the technical authorities on
H'H:1-1.JiJ: :( TOMATOES JV? Otjf V 47th Annual Convention of chemical curl relaxing. Each t hF+la

WITH SASIL the National Beauty Cultur- has taught chemical curl relaxing -
E 0 oz.
CRAFTSMAN
rOMATO 8 CANS 9 9" ist's League at the Sheraton and has spent yearsin
G tt .Iw r LATEX PASTE Oklahoma Hotel July 31 the fields of practical
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vm WALL PAINT GAL ITALIANOWekha E Beauty Culturist's public relations from coast to

INURIOR OR EXTERIOR League, headed by Dr. Katie coast. Their curriculum at the
WHIT[ OR COLONS Whickam, will hold a staff National Beauty Culturist's

HUMMCN FOR COOL pRI NKS meeting of Institute Instructors League meeting in Oklahomawill
k/ LORI SUNeHINE DA July 30, at which time include slide presenta-
yV INABAO PERSIAN each instructorwill be assigned tions, student participationand

EVALENCIA LIMES to Freshmen, Sophomores, summary discussions of
E ORANGES I .

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!i47caAG f 45 ..: 2 Negro Magazines


I!chad 3 P01994 I
E ,'
DRINK .! Reborn This Week

FANCY CANADIAN -.I
BIND TENDER E New York "Elegant" book that appealed to Negro
1 and "Elegant-Teen," two teenagers. In''fact, Elegant.
PASCAL I 231 I
CHERRIES :monthly magazines that discontinued Teen was and now is again
LE.RATN. CELERY publication lastE the only magazine for the

I September are being rein tro- young people of our country.*'

.I duced this week (July 10-
As a result of his interest,
(LACK HAWK USDA rii E 116) on newsstands in mostI
CHOICE i Powell formed a combine of
NATURALLY AGED cities throughout the
/ major
friends and business associ-
i.EE
NYI N/Y11/11 r .,.. U. S. under the banner of a
E : r l r: STANDING RIBRUAST E ates to purchase the rightsto
new publisher, according to
the two publications from
..
A
an announcement by Robert
I I O. Powell, publisher andE Elegant Publications, Inc.,
k which had run into problemsthat
:' sident.
pre
N forced a discontinuanceof
MA.11
I The head of the new
IIALLV TRIMMED I the two magazines. The
Elegant Publishing Co., of
: ._ RIB STEAK I New York, said he became purchase was consumated on

FULL CUT E "very interested in these two May 12, 1966. t

E' ROUND STEAK Th.r..a y.c..pGUAVA I publications as a result of The initial success of the
onllol\l:': PORK E having placed Schenley ad- new publishing venture was ;vH
!'RUM LAKE I"'. PASTE & BEANS vertising in the adult-oriented assured, Powell stated when
SMOKED book. I am convinced that Hearst
A ARATN Magazines Interna-
LI
CHUBS : there definitely is a need for tional Circulation Distributors -
I
SLICED GENOA::HARD a SOK oz.I 39 6:99tI: a slick magazine of general agreed to distribute the ..'
SALAMI 9 .I interest that emphasizes theE magazines. The first printingof
E I elegant elements of Negro each publication totals 1
IMP" BAKED GLAZED
.| life to appeal to the erowinaI and
150,000
SLICED tl.flQ| Elegant guarantees -
I I middle income group in the i"
NAME .I 100,000 on each maga- j\>
KOSHER 1"L.1t LEAN Negro community and for a zine.

'SLICED Li9 0"C I .. new at yougoes


!ALLY TRIMMIODEIMONICO La : Phil OssoferOur

LI. 9 GENUINE MORRILL SPRING MIDI Cffee .ateoz.59;, .

: STEAK lEBO'LAMBHIALTH G7 y1m anR attitudes towards alcoholism fered to a sufferer of canceror
heart disease.
[TTY CROCKER .
I urcN reek of the dark
-= CAKE E ages, when the insane and Strangely enough, thereare Eft the t tpe1

A BIAUTY BUYS IE'N MIXES E leprous (and often their families many sick people with : ,
heart trouble, etc., who became -
), were considered to be
I cursed afflicted through ex-
by God.
3.49VAIUI BOTTLE Of 1,000 %,. Today we know
Q of kind
: cesses some yet they
9 that both
insanity and leprosy
;SWEETA TABLETS LE are illnesses, (often curable,) are not burdened with thestif
E but alcoholism remains under ma that alcoholism carries.

M..a.......................... ..... G.rtoaa E a cloud of ignorance which Why, then, do we point onlyto 0

E : APPLIANCES DEPARTMENT COD FILLETS hides the fact that it too, is the alcoholic as being a
: STATIONARY PANS OR SOLE PKG. an illness. lost soul? Alcoholism is not
E
only a test for the drinker, but
: / Tabs.N.INCH % fin TA.UI 10-INCH MODEL -: SHRIMP E While there is no complete for all who come in contact Forget hot Claboratories< TI
SCAMPI 69c cure for alcoholism, it can be
with
: Mo".1 him. f (
599 -. stemmed, enabling the alcoholic I cannot appeal the alcoholic
to -
: 1-SPEED Vial, Ilticlu Q ,,,, to live a day-by-day
LIGHT YOKING. _
himself, except to relaxer Ql.t's
FN/IW WITH Fish Paftfa PMHI. existence of sobriety. say curl
Some
CMKOMC OUATO that if he really wants to quit
TURN UP OK DOWN AND NAN SOON E
alcoholics yc
LOCK m POSITION i iE1 have lived such drinking, help is at hand so gentle
/ Appi Brow. lives for .
1. E many years, enabling through his association with
"
+ E ?1O INCH 2 SPEED ESKIMO f : Bottr E them to re-enter the business Alcoholics Anonymous. My it relaxes ev

s BREEZE 77 TIP-TOP and social worlds which appeal is to all others who No problem! Fl
shunned them
k during their ill-
_. 14 FROZEN are involved and aren'twe and I st
: BOX < DRBIKS CANti ness. The salvaging of alcoholics all? At some time or other It lasts
m / a R S. E: seems to depend onE most of us come in contact enoughknows 0
two factors: first, the just
willingness
with
a sufferer of the diseaseof
of the drinker to give there'r
up alcoholism.
If we keep in

SHELLS 2 ( his realization drinking of, and his second(or her,) the family mind that it is a disease,
33
and
CITY BREAD and friends that alcoholism the alcoholic that our attitude affect towards his PROFr
may -
OWN 1RANO is a disease, calling for THE EPIC
F complete understanding and direction, we may really be of
I help in saving a very ill person .
compassion, as woul d be of- .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 22, 1966 11

I Insurance Cashiers ReturnPresident r i

Richard D. effective service, and tp promote
LeBrun and Vice PresidentMrs. the highest standard of Star-spangled way to f

Betty Fe r&l'eus of the ethical business conduct.If .
Life Insurance Cashiers and the Miami chapter ia send a son to college

and Office Manager's Associ- successful in winning the
ation of Miami have recently trophy points, then the na- i,
returned from the National tional headquarters will be

Convention in Oklahoma City. transferred to Miami for a
The selection of the cityin two year period, and the next
which the headquarters of national convention will be rjr4
,
this Association is to be held in 1968. r ? dF
located is determined by a N dvr

Founders Trophy Point Sys- THANK YOU r

tem. Trophy points are awarded The president and membersof

for increase in member- Stewardess Board No. 2

ship, attendance at meetings, of Greater Bethel AME Church k

special meetings, activities, wish to express their thanks

etc. and appreciation to all for
The Miami chapter was their splendid cooperation
reactivated in early 1965 and and support in heloina to
has been working diligentlyto make their Red Carpet Tea Cab Calloway, currently

build up trophy points. San the success that it was. appearing at the Eden Roc 'J
Diego is now in the lead. Thanks to Mrs. Ceola Walker, Hotel on Miami Beach, will Miss Jacqueline Smith,

The deadlibe for accumulating guest speaker of the eveningand headline an all-star show daughter of Mr. Dennis Smith,'

points is September, 1 also Mrs. Matilda Mc- July 22 at the Brownsville well-known businessman, is

Phee, Mrs. Mary Ross, chair- EOPI Center. The center ,
1966.The organizations, objectsare visiting her father. Jacque- U.S. SAVINGS BONDS
staff arranged the free show
man, Mrs. Zessie Tucker, co- lyn is a sophomore at Morris
to interchange and dis- chairman;Mrs.Ophelia Scavel- for their clients, who could
Brown College in Atlanta,
seminate ideas, to expandthe I la, president and Rev. s. A. hardly afford to pay to see such Georgia.
members' capcity! for cousin, pastor. high class entertainment.




call for an E jfe, appointment todayat I



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ALICE BEAUTY SHOP LOLA'S BEAUTY SALONMrs. '
FASHIONETTE
Cuml) Brown Annie Mae Bailey
301 NW 17th St. Marjorle Coleman
e 1021 NW Sixth St. 2151 Lincoln Ave.
LR FR M787 524-9727 688-9315

M & M BEAUTY SALON VOGUE BEAUTY FAIR
Brown BUNCHE PARK HOUSE OF BEAUTY
Equilla Annie Lee Branch
Minnie Lee Crawford'
1172 NW 62nd St. 1422 NW Sixth St. 2226 Bunch Park Dr.

BRY ANT'S BEAUTY SALON M & M BOX OF BEAUTY 624-8071
Mrs. Georgia Cain Bunyee H. DeVoe
BUNCHE PARK HOUSE OF BEAUTYMrs.
1830 NW Third Ave.
3067 NW 19th St. :
379-2325 583-9595 .'Carlyn Ferguson
2226 West Bunche Park Dr.

,. BAKER'S BEAUTY SHOP JASIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 6748071COLEMAN'S
Margaret Canada Josie B. Home FASHIONETTE
3382 SW 37th Ave. 419 NW 19th Ave.
Bernice L. Fourisel
HI 3-7263 BA 3-4174
2151 Lincoln Ave.

BARILDOW BEAUTY SHOP M & M BOX OF BEAUTY 688.9315
Francis Dawkins Alma L. McKinley
BUNCHE PARK HOUSE OF BEAUTY
6531 NW 12th Ave.
PL 1-9204 3067 NW 19th St. Janie Mingo

PARLOR OF CHARMSLaura 583-9595 2226 W. Bunche Park Dr.
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Gaines 1 LOLA'S BEAUTY SALON
3301 Grand Ave. Mrs. Elvira McNair
HI 4.9271MAE 1021 NW Sixth St. OUTLER & MOBLEY BEAUTY SHOP
a 524-9727 Rebecca Mobley
ALICE BEAUTY SHOP 2200 Ali-Baba Ave.

Mae Alice Griffen M & M BOX OF BEAUTY MU 1-9396
301 NW 17th St.
Lucille 0. Mushall ALI-BABA AVENUE BEAUTY SALON
FR 1.1787 3067 NW 19th St. Mottle Oats

LA CHARM PALACE OF BEAUTY 583-9595 2198 Ali Baba Ave.

Grace Jackson THOMAS BEAUTY SHOP Mo 8-6364
5180 NW 17th Ave.
691.5692 Mrs. Mary Alice Thomas OUTLER & MOBLEY BEAUTY SALON
326 NW Third Ave. Martha Outler

ELIZABETH SALON OF BEAUTY JA 2-9578 2200 Ali-Babo Ave.
Elizabeth Kinsey MU 1.9396
LOLA'S BEAUTY SALONMrs.
4421 N W 17th Ave. Johnnie Mae Young
EDNA'S BEAUTY SHOP
635-9153 1021 NW Sixth St.
Edna Mae Sa/nmuels
LA CHARM BEAUTY PALACEMrs. 524-9727 2105 Duval St.
Clara Leedge MO 8-9386

5180 NW 17th Ave.
691.5692 SAWYER'S BEAUTY SALON
Clarice Y. Sawyer
McCULLOUGH'S BEAUTY SPOT HALLANDALEFLORIDA 1846 NW 155th St.
Mercedes A. McCullough MU 8-3456
LITTLE BO-PEEP BEAUTY SHOP
1400 N W 57th St.
691.5692 Sandra Knowles EDNA'S LITTLE BEAUTY BOX
609 NW Second Ave. Mrs. Elra A. Seymour
MODERNISTIC BEAUTY SALON WA 2-5574 2105 Ali-Baba Ave.

t Willie Mae Roberson HOUSE 0" 'UTY 688-9386
LADY'S
beauty shop from Gillette! 6445 SW 59th St. Jacqualyn MY Singleton

MO 7-5717 112 NW Fifth St.
922-9216
CHERIE'S BEAUTURAMAMary

T. Wallace LITTLE BO-PEEP BEAUTY SHOP
1464 Lin. Blvd. Mary Madge Ware
CE 5-9998 609 NW Fifth St.

MAE ALICE BEAUTY SHOP WA 2-5574
uly different Wilcox
Mrs. Mary
VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP
301 NW 17th St. Fannie Williams WEST HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA

FR 1.1787 30 NW Fifth St.
nanent curl relaxer WA 3-9108 FREDDIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
SINONA'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY Freddie Mae Crols
Juanita Wiley 5418 SW 22nd St.
6500 NW 15th Ave. 989-3514

t icool stayscool OX 1-9543 ANN'S BEAUTY REST ..

COCONUT GROVE, FLA. Estella Culpepper
4730 SW 17th Ave.
ROBINSON & TUFT BEAUTY SHOP 989.9256
bs and stinging chemicals. Now from the Zenogia! Gaines
CORAL GABLES .FLA. 3833 Grand Avenue ANN'S BEAUTY REST
Gillette comes this truly different Ann Scott Glover
FLOWERS BEAUTY SALON ROBINSON & TUFT BEAUTY SHOP
iiS, Goes on cool-stays cool.ur Ruby Flowers Ida Robinson 4730 989-9256 SW 17th Ave.

) 205 Grand Ave. 3833 Grand Ave.
hairdresser gloves-yet
needn't wear ... .1509
the.tightest curls. Color-treated hair? ROBINSON & TUFT BEAUTY SHOP ANN'S BEAUTY REST
Essie Lee Hill Ann Harris

sic Won't revert-in rain or heat. 3833 Grand Ave.STALREY'S 4730 SW 17th Ave. j

's' Actually conditions your hair. Leaves RICHMOND HEIGHTS, FLA.: SALON OF BEAUTY 989-9256

Your hairdresser Piccolo H. McLotten ELEANOR\,, BEAUTY SALON
dy for the new smooth hairstyles. SARAH B. HOWARD 3605 Grand Ave. Miss Bernice Henry

1ever been anything like Jpjc. Try itl! JJ505 238-4159 Pinkston Dr. HI 8-9338 4444 9839259ELEANOR'S SW 17th St.


HOUSE OF BEAUTY
BEAUTY SHOP
JANISOR'S Minnie Lee Smithson BEAUTY SALON
' CHICAGO, ILL. Ruby Dee Linton Geraldine Martin
ZONAL 3743 Grand Ave.
PRODUCTS co., DIVISION 14901 Lin. Blvd. 4444 S W 17th St.
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 22, 1966

FRANCIS RICHARDSON. RANGE. .

Mrs. Nellie Young of 129 Mrs. Addie pearl Barnettof

NW 6th St. died July 14. She 2108 NW 68th Lane died at
[ CARDS MEM ORIALS DEATHSTHANK is survived by two sisters, home on July 16. She is sur-
Alice Austin and vived by four sons, Raymond,
Mesdames
George, Ronald and Leander;
Eva Dixon; three brothers,
two sisters, Mesdames Equil-
of Hartford, Conn.,
Henry
la McCloud and Mrs. Gladys
YOUWe CARD OF THANKSWe Ernest of Newark, N. J. ,
IN
MEMORIAM and A. B. of Montezuma Ga. Clemons; eight grandchildren;
the family of the late the family of the late I 1 of beloved other relatives and friends. other 'relatives and friend
In memory our Services will be held Saturday'

I tI\er'd"d .....__ ...
tezuma. July 23rd in the chapel.

and burial.
Rennie T. Forbes of 621 NW

Vernon L. Harris of 337 73rd Terr. died July n. Mr.

.. .. NW 16th Terr., died July 12. Forbes was a pioneer Miamianand
lived here since 1917. He
Mrs. Rebecca Mackey of He was a well.knowncitlzen is survived by his wife,
and pioneer of the greater
352-A NW 14th Streed Apt. 5 services Elizabeth; two daughters,
died July 18. Funeral services Miami area. Funeral Mrs. Mae Williams and Daisy
were held Monday, July 18,
will be held Saturday, from the chapel. Survivors are two sons, Alfred and James;
July 23, at 2:30 p.m. at his wife, Lucile; one daughter thirteen grandchildren; other
TERRY BEUaA PARKER] Ebenezer Methodist Church relatives and friends. Ser
wish to thank our manYlrioNSafor with Rev. Aaron D. Hall, pastor brother Mrs. Wilhamina Randolph Boyd, three one vices were held Saturday,
their kind and sympathetic officiating. Remains will ; July 16 in the chapeL
expressions during his illness repose in the chapel beginning; and grandchildren friends. ; other relatives

and our subsequent bereave ._-'. 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday. Anthony M.Johnson of 1751
ment. Your beautiful cards, MR. THEODORE DULLARD Remains will repose at her NW 76th Ter. drowned July 13.
flowers, telegrams, letters, MAl DAVIS home beginning 6 a.m. on Richard London of 737'W. He was the 13-year-old son of
personal messages and generous 'who departed this life July 2nd who departed this life July Saturday until funeral time Monroe St., Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson

use of your cars made us in New York City take this 15, 1965. Saturday afternoon. Survivorsare died July 8. Survivors are his and was a pupil at Llllie C.
realize how near and dear time to express our thanks to refuge The and eternal underneath God are is the thy one brother; James Moxie, wife, Beatrice of 432 Ne 16th Evans Elementary. In addition .

you were, to us at this time. the many friends and neighbors everlasting arms. four sisters; Mildred Moxie, Terr.; two sons Arthur Lee and to his parents, he is sur-
We particularly wish to thank for their kindness during Mesdames Bessie Johnson; and Richard; two sisters, vived by two sisters, Aurora
the brothers of his fraternity, our hour of sorrow. Rosa Lee Sharpe and Anna Bell Taylor and Bernice Mrs. Harry Lee Edwards and and Angela; a brother, Aldrick,

Omega Psi Phi, the Chi Eta William Davishusband Barbara Rivers, daughters Carey; Grandmother; Mrs. Mrs. Emma Bell; two uncles, other relatives and friends.
Phi sorority, Sgt. Daniel Mul- Patricia Moss, daughter Quintin Pinkston, Tammy Sarah Johnson: devoted friend, other relatives and friends. Services were held Monday

lins Chapter No. 31, the Dis- Ethelyn Oliver, daughter Sharpe, Decarlo &: Lanetta James Kerr; three auntstwo Services were held Monday, at the New Hope Baptist
abled American War Veterans Rivers grandchildren uncles other relatives and
William David Jr., son ; July 18 from the chapelMrs. Church.
the nurses and aids of Jackson Leroy. Sharpe &: John Rivers, friends.

Memorial and Mercy Hos- sons-in-law Burton V. Jones of 419 Alexander Lee of 2324 NW
pitals, our rector, Father Annie Shipman of died
died July 59th st. July 16. He is
NW 13th St. Apt. 7
CARD OF THANKS
Lambert L. Sands the choir
13. Services will be held 129 SW 3rd Ct., Homestead, survived by his wife, Betty
and chapters of'Sit Agnes The family of the lateDaughters Saturday July 23, at 11 a.m. died July 13. The body was Jean; one son, Jimmie; a mo-
Episcopal Church, also the. CARD OF THANKS at St. John Baptist Church shipped to Havanna, Ft a. for ther, Mrs. Marie Lee; six
entire staff of Range Funeral The family of *elate with Rev. Thedford! Johnson, final rites and burial. survi- sisters; three brothers; other
Home for. their very excellent pastor officiating. Remainswill vors are a son, Charlie; two relatives and friends. Remainssere

services.To repose in the chapel sisters Mesdames Grace shipped on Thursday
neighbors
our on 70th
and 71st Streets, we owe an beginning 1 p.m. Friday until Pease .of Havanna, Fla. and evening July 21 to Olar, S.
everlasting debt of gratitude. d p funeral time Saturday morning. Mrs Mamie Wilson of Home- Carolina for final rites and
steaU burial.
And now to each and all of Survivors are his wife, Fran-
you, many thanks and may God ces; daughter, Mrs. Virginia '
abundantly bless you. Rolle; other relatives and Fred Poole of 801ft NW 3rd Ed McIntosh of 5540 South

friends. Ave. died July 13. Survivorsare Mayo St.,Hollywood,.F1a.died
The Family Mrs. Marion D. Leary of his wife Eva of Savannah, July 11. lie is survived by

330 NW 14th Street died July Ga., three children, Mrs. three sons, Fred, Edward and
CARD OF THANKS 11. Services will be held Gwendolyn Drayton, Jakie Aruthr; two daughters, Mes-
and James Phillips of Savan- dames Cornelia M. Brown and
Saturday, July 23 at 2
p.m.
_
The family of the late nah three step-daughters Lucile Holmes; two daughters
-- -- In the chapel. Reamins will ; ;
repose in the chapel from 2 other relatives and friends: I inlawother relatives and

p p.m. Friday until funeral time Services were held Thursday friends. Services were held,
laturday. Survivors are her afternoon from the chapel. Monday, July 18 in the chapel.
husband, Franklin; son Ran-
dolph Ambrister; adopted son; Little Renee pickett of Mabel R. Proctor of 1410

RUIN MERRITT William Hepburn; devoted 14100 NW 24th Ct., died 38th St. died July 17. She was
who departed this life July 6 friend Mrs. Muriel Cooper July 18. She is survived by the two-year-old daughter of
and was laid to rest July 12, sister-in-law Mrs. Emily Roker herparents Archie and Rose Mr. and Mrs. William proctor.
takes this method of expres- other relatives and friends. Pickett; two brothers, Alonza Other survivors are three
CHARLES ALFRED BLADES: sing their deep and sincere Howard and Archie Jr., two brothers and sisters; two

who passed Jul y 3, 1966 wish appreciation to the many aunts, one uncle; other re- grandmothers; one grandfather;
to thank the many friends friends for cards, telegrams, ALBERT latives and friends. Grave- other relatives and friends.
for kind words of sympathy floral tributes, telephone Marvin D. Woodward, 1920 side services Saturday, July 23 Services will be held Saturday
cards, letters, telegrams and calls, and other deeds of kind- died July at 11:30 a.m. at Evergreen July 23 at 10 turn in the
NW 59th
flowers.We St. 13. chapel.
ness shown durint its hour of Services were conducted Memorial Cemetery.
l also wish to thank bereavement. from the Liberty City Chapel. ,

j Francis Funeral Home for Special thanks to the Rev.C. Survivors are mother, grand-
their fine
service
,, rendered. J. Burney and the member- parents, five sisters, three
,1 Thanks also
t .." to
10-0.-: W \ ... 'VJ Rev. I. c, ship of js>w Providence brothers, father.
Mickins and Rev. H. V. Stuart.
Baptist Church and to Rev.
ANNIE E. FERGUSON
LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
Mack and the membership of Mrs. Blanche Flun ory, of
Almetha
wish to their deepest ; Mary,
express New Macedonia Baptist Churchof
1940 NW 3rd Ave.died July 16.
appreciation to their many Shirley and Charline. Carver Ranches,the medical
Survivors are one daughter,
Mother Louise
Blades
friends, the various schools, staff of Jackson Memorial 3001 NW
Sisters: Lucile Clark and Mar gueretta Thompson, two 46th STREET NE 4-4197
churches and business esta- Mary BladesMotherinlaw Hospital and the very effi- sons, Theodore and Earnest.

blishments for their many Mrs. Lenora cient staff of the Range Services will be Saturday, 3 E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, 0X-1.9199
kind deeds and expressionsthat Johnson Funeral Home. p.m. from St. John Baptist
were afforded them during Again, we say thanks and Church.
our period of bereavement.May may God bless all of you.
God continue to bless
IN MEMORIAMLOUIS Minnie Brown, sister
Reginald Burrows, 1955 ,
you.The Ferguson, Floyd, Lambert Jesse Stubbs, brother NW 2nd Ct. died July 14. t' y-
H. PORTLOCK
JR. And Family
Barnett and Knowles Survivors are wife, Violet;
Families who departed this life, July one brother. Services, Satur- ,
24, 1965.It day 3 p.m. from the Church of
IN MEMORIAMIn seems but yesterday, CARD OF THANKSGone God.
"Earth hath no sorrow that I
loving of heaven heal." But Not Forgotten J
memory our cannot
Mrs. Sarah Moss, 6289 SW J
dear mother
Blooming L. Portlock, wife 60th Ave., died July 19. Arrangements :- .1

Dorothye M. Portlock, dght. ,r. are incomplete. !
Rev. &: Mrs. Louis H.

Portlock, parents
Carver A. Portlock, brother ;
IN MEMORIAM ; ,. \ =' THOUGHTFUL,
'
In sad but loving memoryof BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur
IN MEMORIAMIn i .i 1

4 loving memory of our BENJAMIN BULLARD ability and desire to .

8 dear mother and grandmotherMRS. who departed this life July carry out your wishes, together -
22, 1953.Gone .
JESSIE ALBURYwho 0The but not forgotten. x 7 61 J with our experience,

departed this life July Alice Bullard, wife mean a service that is

8, 1955. t Norman liam Clifford and Wil- ;r % conducted with beauty andcomfort.

Mrs. Lillian and ........ son
Smith
Louise Thomas and Mer- understanding .
Mrs. Olive Neely, daughters,,I family of the late Mr. lene Boston, daughters
Grandchildren and Family Larce Blake who passed July '

10, wish to thank each and ,,
'
everyone for all of the kind- ,,4 "My father in Heaven, fie/p/
MESSAGE OF THANKSWe ness during his illness and THANK YOU me never to forget Thy love

deeply appreciate yourthoughtful our bereavement. Special The family of t'J it looks up to me in the
MRS. DAISY SUTIIERLAND expression of sym- thanks to the members of beauty of the flower ,..
who departed this life Hurst MRS. BEATRICE HOWARD ._
July Chapel AME Church
pathy which was the greatest Jphn Henry Jowett
18. 1963. comfort to us in our sorrow. and the nurses on 2nd Southat would also like to thank our
Gone, but not forgotten. May' Palm Springs Hospital. neighbors for their cooperation Oscar L. Range
she rest in peace. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marshall Your kind thoughts helped to during our bereavement.

Mr. Brice Sutherland son And FamilyMr. sustain us through a most n Funeral Home
Mrs. Mary Delancy, daughter and Mrs. Earnest White difficult time. Frank Howard, husbandAnd
And Family Family
The Family




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 22, 1966 13: I

Appliance and Service Center




$10,000 Small Business Loanenneth ANNOUNCING1,. .,


[ Johnson came to neth successfully completedthe skills. He went to banks to 1.

rica from Nassau, .- course. He then went to make a loan but was turned THE.
s. He came because he industry seeking employment. down. lie did not have colla- ,

|d that America was the Time after time he was turned teral.Then .
of opportunity. He camea down with the reply, "1 am a friend told Kenneth "
dream. lorry but you do not have the about the Small Business
Development Center, an to OPENINGOF
enneth is a young man experience that our firm re- ,
initial e and drive. quires. so, Kenneth was ganization designed to make v ; /:

I worked at odd jobs and right back where he started Economic small Opportunity businesses Loansto or tp
dod Lindsey Hopkins atts doing odd jobs. into
taking a course in air-,, Kenneth then decided that people desiring to go ..,....._._ --,. -
business. So he applied.
and he wanted to into business
go
ditioning refrigerators
Because of his training KENNETH JOHNSON, PROP.
heating mechanics. Ken-using. his newly acquired and good character, Kenneth

was granted a '$10.000 loan by
the Snail Business Develop

ment Center to open an appliance .
store, sales and service
Round AboutTalk center. Kenneth's dream is JOHNSON'SAPPLIANCES
now a reality. He plans to

:' have his grand open big on
':
July 23 at 11 a.m. He is located
at 6001 NW 7th Ave.
... .
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL "it.. Stop by and see him, won't
youl!!

OPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT Black Power

jtoyd McKissick,director of CORE,definition: "Black
lower is not hatred. It is a means to bring the black Carver 6001 NW 7th Avenue

mericans into the covenant of brotherhood. Black

ower is not black supremacy; it is a unified black Ranches ItLty

oice reflecting racial pride in the tradition of our Phone

I ation" President L. B. Johnson: "We are not Hews I 7516260mmummmimHmm

terested in Black Power and we are not interested
'
white power. We are interested in Democraticower l Walter Bow. -J
waammmmmmmmmi immmm** mgi ** *i atf* mm'im' \
> McKissick angered at what he termed yours Truly was on vaca- '

lisinterpretation of the philosophy of "Black Power" tion last week in Maryland, ;i: .,Cirryiig A, Complete_ Lid* Of.
Called a meeting "New Conference" at the Harlem Philadelphia, New York and ,.

MCA, 180 W. 135th St. to correct the misinterpretaion. Washington, D. C., visiting t
He blasted Vice President Humphrey, remarkshat friends,relatives and comradeswho I I ADMIRAL

[ there is no room in America for racism of any served Overseas with me
in World War D. Mr. and Mrs.
:olor and we must reject calls for racism whether they
Henry E. Wright of Queen's
:ome from a throat that is white or black. McKissickalso Town, Md., gave me a nice :*Refrigerat rs *Wastlng Machines
[ blasted Roy Wilkins, executive director of theAACP. time. This was a 20-year re
He said, "I think it is regrettable that.Mr. union.
Wilkins a man whom I respect has reached the point I also dropped in on Daniel
Denegall, formerly of Miami .
[where he does not understand the community, possibly f'
and one of my comrades. Saw Stoves *AirCon.fioners'
(because of'the lack of contact. Mr. McKissick said Mrs. Enid White Smith. Both :
(that Black Power did not mean the exclusion of whites Denegall and Enid are in. 'I '

I from the Negro revolution. It means aggressive politi Washington, D. C., and are
cal and economic competition to change the environ- getting a long fine. '
} Block & White
ment from which "riots erupt."
The South Br ward VFW ..
'r "II
Post No. 8195 will meet SUnday .
CYNTHIA JOHNSON, rr' .J.
in Hollywood. ; and 'Color/ Te/ev/sion
West Mem-
of
formerly Miami, "Top : .. .
bers be
please present.Mr.
[New York Model of '66". -
\
I Cynthia is married to L. Frazier and the
1 David Oliver of Chicago .> ,,;,, :. "
\ : Rev. I. W. Hepburn of Star of i -and Portable Stereos
< Console
< '
I *
and the :
mother of two lovely ,l.tI t/:' a Bethlehem Baptist Church, .
[daughters. In Miami, she I : M.. .:'. ., and Mrs. R J. Clark Mrs. J. '
attended the Bethany SDA ..... 'f... Barr of Co ntral Baptist Church,
Church. She is employed by I ,. :7 J'( ;''h both of West Hollywood, were

I Kodax Film Development .'#I 1 I among delegates and visitors SERVICE
Corp. in New York City. ; '. \ attending the Sunday School SALES AND

She is a film technician. ...-/ and Training Union Congress
Favorite sport, football; In Miami last week.

music, .jazz; song Arthur
Prysock's "Let it B e

Me." t e Opening Specials

MIAMIANS IN NEW YORK Barbara Hart, ex-Sir

John hostess in New York at the fabulous f "' "'I
Lounge 1o''riAA C ; ;4 ...., '.n" ,
Caesar's Pad Lounge. She's the daughter of Mrs. b''I't'\ti. ,! ; ; ..r. .' ;.' .r..,;.. ,I x r '
Mabel Atkins of 1320 NW 62nd Terr John Sweet \h \ .. ,., <' ...1f,,;, .:, IUf., ,Prkt- Sdt, Price.10REFRIGERATOR

ing in New York studying at Brooklyn Hunters Col- :. '/' r .)!. \"-"*::''' *'!. _
f
lege summer session Edward Addetly on Lenox
Ave. Thursday night sends regards to Clarence Finlayson :. ) { ; : .179.95 755.00

and the. former. Irene Goodman of. Miami. Eddie i *? i *
resides at CharlesRat x M
108 W. 141 St., NYC apt. 51.

( ) Johnson, New York businessman, vacationed in '
Miami for two weeks staying at the fabulous Fontaine J2, ., REFRIGERATOR' ( 194.95 779.95

bleau Hotel on Miami Beach Heaben Screen (ex- oA
+ h
Miamian) sends regards to Jessie Wilson of.226 NW k"sf, P. ,' 10" :

16th St. Miami. H. Screen address is 424 W.. 146th St. 1 4a REF iGEiATOR 309.95 275.00iA11

NYC Matthew Stephen and his wife (she's the former .
Luddle Bailey of Avon Park,Fla.) send regards to ,) :, / "' ,i ,% It.j: -

his father Mr. Matthew Stephens Sr. of 119% NW 11th {fb-r

Terr. ;J .J5Jt y.f<{ :. CONDiflQNIR. (299.95 228.00,.

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YOUR SCALP. The condition of V !tMr..' I,. rlY .' %;' ,' t
Little Stevie Wonder's hit "Blowing in the Wind" be- ", sI"_ \ /f'lt 'fj, ;" )",44
.1" ,
your hair Hofheavily .:.J, .' \ '" ,.jftS ", ( ..'Jili! tj1.. i4Cream&Sugar ,., '" ,(. "< .
dicated to Lil Kim Miller of Ft. Lauderdale Wil- on the nat ural hal h ,ro. ,, : ::{(J : I.lwAtJ' I'! V. .A:" "

lima Bells song, "Share What you Got,But keep What icalp.NOT Invented Yean rffo a DOCTOR medicated CAR-tar
You Need" the of St. Nicho- formula called CARBONOII
to lovely Ella Jones 180
which i! mixed with many pro** Set
las Ave. NYC (a former Miss BTW) Actor Sammy en beneficial ingredient CAR REG. 2.95 only 99
BONOEL t such
a ftronf. powerful *
Davis is new owner of the famous 2nd Ave. Living antiseptic and does such fine ,

Room nite club Cash McCall's hit "OH! will you work in, DANDRUFF helping an scalp ITCHY.BUMPY that
Make Up" to pretty MarveHagan of 560 NW 52nd St. many DOCTORS retard It highly Each Purchaser Will Receive
and PRESCRIBE It for many
"Sweet Dreams of You" a mighty Sam smash to scalp trouble Many annoying
Bethsheba E. Dean, teen editor of the Miami Times externally caused scalp conditions -
are greatly relieved by the
"Teen Pot Pourri" column Chris Calloway UM of this Triple strength tar One of These Sets FREE
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NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. MEN OF THE MONTHAT

Progressive Baptists to Meet In MT. HERMONThe

W. E. Sims, pastor

Mary E. Mayfield, reporter Memphis In Fifth Annual SessionFollowers men of Mt. Hermon
The pastor, officers and '
i members of our church take AMB Church of Opa-locka,

this opportunity to thank Rev. of the Progres- nati, Ohio after the issue of Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor, are

Griffin, the members of New sive National Baptist Con- Tenure had disrupted the preparing for another great

Shiloh Baptist Church, and vention, Inc. will gather in fellowship of the National Men's Day Sunday, July 24.
Baptist Convention, Inc. The The speaker for the morning
YOUTH all of our many friends for Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 6-11,
to, hold their fifth annual meeting in Memphis will re- will be the Rev. II. E. Greenof
RAISE $249The tor's helping third us anniversary to make our pas- session. They will be enter call the issue of tenure for Mt. Zion AME Church of
a suc- any Negro Baptist Conventionwas If miss this
Belle Glade
chairman and last tained by several of the Baptist you
co- cess on Friday night.
first dealt with here. dynamic speaker you will bo
chairman along with the youthof May we again pray for our Churches of Memphis and
Progressives will write this Also the
missing a treat. on
the church'wish to thank sick and shut-in members will hold their daily sessionsat
: principle large upon the pagesof morning program wi 11 be the
Sister Cora Allen, Sister Metropolitan Baptist
history in this session popular male choir of St.
t Perry Lee Peace, Sister Church, 761 Walker St., pas-
when she will
retire her first Paul AME Church, Miami.
Johnnie Mae Daniels, and toted by Dr. S. A. Owen, outstanding _...____um.__.__
pastor and educator. president and his entire
Brother Robert Roberts.

ACTIVITIES: The pre-cenvention musi- cabinet.This'first group of officerswere l t
cal will held
be Music
at
Thursday night, July 21, ,allowed to reamin in i
Rev. J. E. Brown of Brown's Hall City Auditorium on office for four years in orderto

Memorial Chapel will conduct Tuesday evening, Sept. 6* stabilize the convention.

preaching services, sponsoredby A 1,000-voice chorus will be Their successors will be

.r Choir No.1.Friday directed by E. V. McGhee,. limited to two years and will !

night, July 22, the This program will be precededby not be eligible for reelectionupon ---

pastor and members will con- a "One Day Spiritual Re completion of this term.

duct an anniversary servicefor treat" conducted by the Rev. Under the practice of tenure h SAMUEL J. E. FORDE

A r Rev. Griffin of New Shiloh Raymond F. Harvey of Tus- the PNBC has grown rapidlyand Great plans have been
Church. kegee, Ala. This deeply inspiring
Baptist
now covers 27 states and made for the evening servicesat
Sjunday July 31, 3:00: p.tnr religious feature was the District of Columbia. In 7 p.m. A panel discussion

Choir No. 1 will be in a begun last year by Dr. Howard her missionary outreach, she titled, "Is The Negro Man
---- -- W. Thurman and is
"Battle of with expected extends her labors
ZERAFLOYDQtaicman Songs, to Bermuda Managing His Earthly Estate
I. Choir No. 1 of Greater New to draw many of the pas- Haiti and certain parts Properly?" It will be led by
tors of the convention.The of Africa. She is
Bethel Baptist Church of widely recognized community leaders such as

I Opa-locka, Rev. W. K. Sims, progressive National as a religious body and REV. H. E. GREEN Earl Carroll, insurance
LiS T rF pastor. The program will beheld Convention was organized holds memberships in both executive; Calvin Mapp, attor-

at Greater New Bethel in November, 1961 in Cincin- national and world bodies. The chairman and co-chair t at law Charles Curry
ney ; ,
Baptist Church, 1981 Lincoln man of the day are the popular
representative of John Han-
Samuel J. E. Fordo and Bro.
Blvd., in Opa-locka.
cock Insurance Co., and J. D.
qtrwr1 Milton Rolle whose theme is
4 ST. MARY'S M. B. CHURCHES OF !"Whether on, earth or in Mack, vice president of Lin-

TEMPLE BAPTIST CHRIST SCIENTIST be 'in a Man's place." coln National Bank.
Rev. s. L. Smith, pastori space The fianacial goal of the
Appearing at 3 p.m. is the

.b I 14l Temple was host to th :i The Woman's Day Cabinetand "Truth" is the subject of I efficient Rev. J. B. Blacknellof day is $5,000, so come out

di 3? Sunday School and Training the church at large cor- the Bible Lesson-Sermon toI St. James AME Church. and help Mt. Herman's men

Union Congress of Atlantic dially invite other churches, to be considered at all Chris- Immediately after the service to victorY-James L. Gay,

Coast Baptist Association.And religious groups, friends, and tian Science services this is the annual feast. reporter.
now that the excitement is the entire public to a great Sunday. One of the central

over, all Temple-ites are turn and new movement in the beginning themes' will be Jesus' parableof ST. BARNABASRev.
ing of our church history.We the sower whose seed fell GREATER NEWMACEDONIA

would like for you to be by the wayside, on stony H. Demerrittee, pastor
Temple host the
was to ground, and among choking
a witness for this beginning Rowena Richardson, reporter
Jackson
Rev. Roscoe pastor
Sunday School and Training thorns "but other fell into
BRENDA MCQUEEN Union Congress of Atlantic J by visiting with us in our good ground, and brought forth The pastor and members of Willie J. Beard, reporter

Coast Baptist Association. first WOman. )pay Obser- fruit, some an hundredfold, St. Barnabas wish to thank
Co-chairman
And now that the excitementis vance. some sixtyfold, some thirty- everyone who helped make our The president, officersand
have chosen members of Ushers Board
and give gratitude to all our over, all Temple-ites are We two Christ- fold." Men's Day a big success.

friends and members who' responded turning their eyes to Men's like dynamic speakers to give I' Related to be We thank Rev. Lester Al- No. 1 wish to take this
you spiritual inspiration with \ passages opportunity to thank each and
beautifully in helpingto Day-the second Sunday in
bert and
read from the text book will Bro. Ardley Richardson -
make our Youth Day a success August. Chairman Stafford the words of God. include these lines "The for making our program a everyone of you for your loyal

financially and spiritually. Bain and Co-chairman Deacon To miss hearing these spiritual : big success. Thanks to support and cooperation.
of truth
sense
must
Alfred Dean and their speakers and not be a living thanks
A special thanks to Deacon Leroy Johnson from Special to Rev. I. S.
captains have set a high goal witness for this occasion be gained before truth can and
Charles Ross and Cathy Mt. Olivette Baptist Church. Clark congregation, West
be understood. This is
sense
Coachman for such fine and are expecting every man you will really miss a regrettable Hollywood; Rev. J. W. Watson
to stand up and be countedon treat. Morning guest is assimilated only as we are He was the M. C. for the day. and congregation. Coconut
speeches, also to our visiting honest, unselfish, loving, and Thanks to Bro. Charles Thomas
the final day. The women speaker, Mrs. Deloris Hogans, Grove and special thanks to
choir from New Mt. Mori ah. from St. Peters Orthodox
meek. In the soil of honest
have pledged to back them all Zion Hope Baptist Church; an Rev. I. H. Readens and congregation -
and good heart the seed must Catholic Church for introdu-
Willie Powell, reporter the way. Rvening Quest speaker, Mrs. cing the speaker.lao thanksto Coconut Grove who
Services on Sunday will be Marjorie Perkins, Greater New be sown; else it beareth not
closed out the Ushers' Board
Rev. P. W. Wiggins
pastor the wonderful visitors
much fruit for the swinish from
as usual. Delegates who attended Bethel Baptist Church. Fourth Anniversary. May God
element in human nature up the various churches of the
the congress will make please remember to come roots i it." forever bless and keep each
r their ard bring a friend. We will be city.After
ANTIOCH BAPTISTNew report. service, Mrs. Hattie and everyone of you.
The pastor wishes to thank looking for each of you. services MT. CARMELSis. Bethel was the winner of the On Sunday, the youth department

Liberty City the loyal members who cooperated for women's Day will trip to Nassau. Mrs. Shirley will conduct Youth

Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor so nicely in enter be held at Gibbs Methodist Louise McGriff, reporter Day all day. Let us, as adultsof

Annie Whipple, reporter taining the congress. Special Chapel, 15th Ct. N.W. 152ndSt. Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorWe May Taylor God won continue the portable to bless radio.us today, come out and supportthe

The services were spiritually thanks to the No. 2 choir of ., N. Miami Beach. had a great Sunday all. In our prayerslet us continue adults and leaders of

high throughout the Mt. Olivette, the junior choir Mrs. Priscetta Patterson, School lesson Sunday. The praying for Rev. Culmer tomorrow.

day with our pastor deliveringa of New Bethel and Excelsior general chairman; Mrs. morning message was delived and our other sick and shut-

powerful and moving sermon Gospel ettes of the Church of Corine Williams, co-chairman; by the pastor. in,.

both morning and evening. The God of Prophecy for their con- Mrs. Hazel smith program The Deaconesses had a ST. PAUL AME
tribution to the success of chairman.
No. One Choir sang with an great anniversary. The Rev.
uplifted spirit out of their the pre-congress program. Atchison preached out of his NEW PHILADELPHIA Rev. T. C. Kelley Jr. pastor

very souls and the spirit of SHILOHRev. soul Friday night and on Sun- Rev. W. H. Washington, pastor Mary Rawls, reporterOur

the most high was say the Rev. Jenkins of
throughout the entire church.We tSALTERS CHAPEL A. M. Griffin, pastor Friendship Baptist Church The general public, rem Sunday School Con-

t welcome all our friendsto Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter delivered the bers and friends, are invitedto vention which was held at St.

join in and worship with us Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor We thank message.the different attend the crowning of James came to an end Satur

in all our services at any Flossie Marshall, reporter You are cordially invitedto churches that helped us to "Little Mr. and Miss New day. The last official serviceswere

time. The Sunday morning ser attend our pastor's 24th make it a great success. The Philadelphia" on Sunday, held that Friday night.

Baptism will be held Wednesday vices were very inspirational anniversary. evening message was delivered July 24. 3 P.m.at 420 NW 40th Our beloved pastor delivered
,
night. Candidates, and in attendance by a lovely! Thursday, July 21, 8 P.m. by one of our own son s, Various junior choirs of the a most heart-warming message
members and friends are requested Rev. R. Jackson and congregatIon the Rev. city will appear on the pro- along with songs from our
congregation, among the visitors S. M. Gatson.
combined
to meet at the churchat of Greater New Macedonia The No. gram. You may rest assured choirs which were
to grace our pews wereMr. Baptist church. one Choir w'lYj this is going to be a day to very uplifting.
8 ajn. to to the placeof
go
and Mrs. SeBrian begin its anniversary ThurSday :
James. Sunday services
baptism. Elder Bell's Friday, July 22 8 P.m. night. Come be present. So, instead of were very
Sunday afternoon the missionary out and hear
enjoyable.
Church of Opa-locka is the department held Rev. W. E. Sims and congregation some great singing. spending Sunday afternoon Later in the even-
site Blvd. an of New Hope Baptist Rememberthe lounging and resting around our pastor, Mrs. Jeanette
1940 Lincoln evening program with Mother sick and shutins. Kelley along with
delegates
wells of Coconut Grove as Church. the house, why not come out our -

the speaker she Sunday afternoon at 3, Rev. to a magnificent afternoon of Yvonne Johnson,
brought
PHILADELPHIANSVISIT provoking message concerningthe a R. E. soloman and congregation USHERS' FEDERATION entertainment? We'll be expecting Shirlyn Rawls, Shirley Cooper,
Beverly
Champion and Thomas
stirring up our gifts of New Mt. Zion Baptist UNIONThe to see you then.
Bland
journeyed to Jacksonville

Church of Hialeah. Dinner
We are proud to
announce
to the Tri-State
Elder Della Jackson from that Mr. and Mrs. Massie's will be served after service. monthly union of the MT. CALVARY meeting.Our .
prayers went along with
Holy Tabernacle Church in Young son was christenedSunday. Ushers' Federation Association them for a safe trip both

Philadelphia is vacationingin NEW PROVIDENCE will be held Sunday, Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor Class meeting is ways.
Tuesday
Miami for three weeks, Rev. Benson left Sunday July 24, at 3 p.m. It will beheld night.
stopping at the home of ElderO. night to attend the state Tri Rev. J. C. Bumey Pastor at First Baptist Church, The Deacons and Deaconesses -

M. Woodley, she brought in Jacksonville. He was visited Sis. Claudia '\IJ.i Ison, Reporter 15900 NW 22nd Ave., Opa- would like to ex

along with her two of her coworkers briefly by his twin nieces, locka. The mass meeting press their sincere appreciation

the big boas of the of New Jersey, who are en- The) Senior Ushers will will be held for your help and support ZION HOPE BAPTISTService
Thursday night
church, Mrs. Maggie James, route to Jamaica BWI for a celebrate their Fourth Anniversary July 21. Business of in their anniversary. special

also Mr. Thomas Mobley, who vacation.Mrs. Sunday, July 24 at very thanks is extended to Rev. was spiritually
vital
is head leader,of the Angelic Reba Lewis is stillon 2:30 P.m. The Rev. W. M. importance!! Wiggins and his congregationand high all day Sunday. There
A unique and elaborate
in the the sick list don't Davis, of First Baptist of very may the Lord
Singers while city, she forget t program has been plan- ever guide will be a dinner sale Saturdayat
ran a one week revival at to visit her as well aa other Brownsville, will be the IUcstspeaker. and keep you. the church all
ned for enjoyment. day in behalf
desire the your
New Jerusalem Disciple shut-ins. We They We are temporarily
are anticipating holding of the
4 Please come! You are most Women's Day pro-
cooperation of all the ushers
Church of Christ, 1709 NW 52 a wonderful,exciting,spiritual cordially invited. worship service at the Ma- gram. Don't forget to pray for

St. For the next two weeks, Sunday School Convention. members of the church and the Deacon Edwin sonic Temple 1742 NW 3rd the sick and shutins. Everyone -
she to relax and enjoy public at large. Ramsey, Ave. An invitation is given
plans Thought for the week: To president; Willie J. Beard, is invited to come out to
the sun,make a cruise of Nassau err is human, to forgive is All ushers are asked to beat to you to attend our church at baptism service Sunday at
and other Bahama Isl ands. divine" the church at 2 p.m. reporter, Rev. w. J. Macon occasion.
host pastor. 7:30 p.m. at the church.ANTIOCH .

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday July 22. 1966


I''eve nth Episcopal District A.M.E. Laymen Close Inspirational Session B



y Bernice S. Hender son Conference; B. S. Proctor, District; A. A. Williams, West participated. Highlighting this monies. Ably keynoting this sec'y; Mrs. Juanita Lewis,

(Numerous were the great Tampa Florida Conference; Palm Beach Di Strict and Revs. program was the address given exquisite affair was Mrs. M. corres. sec'y; A. L. Glenn,

ders of African Methodism Isaiah Thomas, West Florida J. M. Champion, T. C. John- by Honorable Chuck Hall, Athalie Range, Miami City chaplain; J. T. Brunson,

ttendance at the nineteenthsion Conference; M. M. Hawkins, son, J. B. Blacknell and H. Metropolitan Mayor who was Comma ssioner and funeral treasurer; wastell Frances,

'of the State Laymen Central Florida Conference; Greene.At introduced by Rev. J. B. directress. A plaque for yearsof parliamentarian; Mrs. Inez

wention which was heldy J. T. Brunson, Orlando Florida the close of the Blacknell. Mrs. I. L. Taylor meritorious service was Sparks, dir. of lay activities;
morn-
6-8 at Mt. Hermon AME Conference; P. J. McIntosh ing worship, President Felix brought cordial greetings from presented Mr. Felix N. White. Mrs. Willie M. Hart, historian;

urch, Opa-locka, with East Florida Conference; White presented Bishop Hat- the South Florida Conference. Episcopal officers who Mrs. Alice McIntosh, ministerof

vr. s. L. Gay, host pastor; Mrs. Irene Taylor, South Fla cher with a check from Florida Following this program, the dedicated themselves to music; Mrs. Bernice S.

Iv. J. A. Roberts, presiding Conference. Laymen's Banquet in the group formed a motorcade to lead the lay organization Henderson, dir. of public relations -
At 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, the beautiful and picturesque through another year of worth- ; Mrs. Veresta W.
her; Mr. Felix N. White, amount of $5,250 to be ap-
iscopal president; Mrs. Rev. S. L. Gay, presided. plied on the new laymen auditorium Alcazar Hotel on historic while endeavors are: FelixN. Thomas, youth directress.The .
Taylor, conference Bishop Hatcher was presentedby at Edward Biscayne Boulevard where a White, pres.; P. J. McIntosh seat of the 1967 con-
Ine L.
siAent and the Rt. Rev. Rev. J. A. Roberts to deliver .. College. waters lovely banquet was enjoyed by executive vice; Mrs. vention was deferred until the
the annual sermon. Bis- all Mrs. C. M. Boyer, Miami Essie F. Jones, 2nd vice; executive board meeting. Closing
C. Hatcher, presiding pre- hop selected his message Wednesday afternoon, the socialite proved to be an ideal M. M. Hawkins, 3rd vice; remarks and benedictionby

e.What do I owe to my church; from PhilUppians 4th chapter, laity assembled in a work- and gracious mistress of cere- Mrs. Isa M. Hunter, Rec. Rev. Gay.

schools; to my Bishopd 8th verse, subject "I Am the shop with Mrs. Inez Sparks .
my
"
ministers? Such were the Nation. lie based his dis- presiding. The theme was,

estions these virtuous men, course dations on of building moral character on foun- World"A Better Church, Better WE SHIP AND PACK EY TO THE BAHAMAS
men and children asked this character ; Through My Faithfulness" -
being the
ems elves as they registered the principle element of with many subtopicsthat FOR ONLY
numbe at were ably discussed by pLL YOUR
grand 7:30 a.m.
strength; a nation's characteris
panelists and others.
dnesday. The south Fla. 3CONIPLETJROOMS
the sum of its splendid
Inference was representedth deeds. Following this
[ the largest delegation. master- Wednesday evening, the rJ1t1
ful message, the Holy Eu- welcome program was pre
The following presidentsthe
charist was administered
by sented with Mrs. Francis
seven conferences roistered Presiding Elders, J. B. z
Young presiding. Choirs from
their Selmo
support:
adley. Greater Florida Blake, west Miami District; St. Paul, Mt. Zion, St. James !
J. A. Roberts, North Miami and Mt.Hermon AME Churches r*

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EASY TERMS 0


I National Chatauqua of Triumph



Churches Session Ends SundayThe



biennial session ofe cellance of scholarships will New Orleans, La.; E. T,
National Chatauqua ofhe be presented on Miami Beach'' Williams, Oakland, calif.; It,
Triumph Churches beganere in tne oeautirul Fountaine- M. Harris
B'ham, Ala.; L. W,
| Monday, July 18 with bleau Hotel, Saturday, 8 p.m. Coleman, Greenwood, penn.:

emporary headquarters at Another feature of the C. H. Folmar, Detroit, Mich.;

J752 NW 1st Court, Prince Chatauqua will be the Post C. H. Whittaker, L. A. Calif.;

]I l. Williams host pastor. The Convention voyage to scenic' J. Young, Oklahoma city; MrsM.

onventioo will end Sunday, Nassau in the Bahamas, Mon- A. Hankins, Melbourne,

July 24.The day, July 25. All persons who Fla., national chairlady of the -
National Youth Con- plan to make the voyage Women's Division of the
'ress is under the leadership should have made resevation s Triumph churches
; J. E
|>f Dr. D. J. Daniels of Columbia by writing, Prince W. J. Threets, Detroit, Mich., na Clr'r GORGEOU LIVING'
i ;
S. C.; National Chair- Roberts, p. O. Box 665 Per- tional chairman of the boardof L WITH DElU ROOM
of the Schools of Wisom rine
nan Fla.Other. education; Princes C. J, C 01 ,
O.eu.
Mrs. E. B. Harris of Poole .- 2.pc, decor t .
dignitaries will include Detroit, Mich.; A. L. ant inn.rc.il or ar" ,uih
[Pittsburgh, Penn., National Bishons C. W. Drum- Smith New ..' ,. l Conl'rutl :n with b uey
Jersey; C. L, 00" _-: ::0'0"' 'a"'.", : ""' ,lnmp,
outh supervisor and Rev. C. mond, Ind., A. L. Williams, Jones, Tampa, Fla; Dr. W. T. / cOc"a ,
[Levert of Detroit, Michigan, editor of Triumph's Mouth and Vernon, 0. T. Rivers, Detroit Choice 0'colo.: $11900I

,National minister ofmusic of Voice of God; S. S. Scott, Mich., C. A. Ware and many

I the Triumphant Churches.The S. Carolina; C. C. Atkinson, others. I l.Trw
[ theme for the Chatauquais 1 "
|! "Facing Crisis with Christ." a + N
Among the highlights ofe NEW MT. MORIAHRev. FRIENDSHIPRev.

chautauqua was the welcome J. E. Jenkins, pastor ; ;
address and A. L. Stl pp, pastor
presentation
of the keys to the Evelyn L. Souter, reporter Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOn

ityof Miami by Commissionerthalit Services were spirituallyhigh Thursday, July 21 at 8
\ Range.A p.m. a local program will be
mammoth proconventionusical Sunday with Rev.McQueenand held as the kickoff in starti
our own Rev. Jackson
was presented gun-
pay, July 17th under the guidance delivering the messages. On Thursday, July 21, at 8
Choir No. 1 began their
of the National Minister. p.m. a local program will be
} any outstanding local, stated anniversary Thursday night, held as the kickoff in startingour
national talent were July 21 with a musical pro- pastor's 3rd Anniversary.

resented. Special attraction gram. Mrs. Elizabeth Flem- You will miss a treat if you

as the LeVert singers of ming serving as M. C. Also miss this program.
the coronation of the king and J.t R KY '
Detroit, Michigan. Each dayd On Friday, July 22. at 8 t I/ I
.4
night of the Chatauqua, queen. p.m., Day SPrings Baptist P r.M
lusic will be supplied by a Friday night the No. 2 ;I
Church with Rev. W. M.
lOO Choir has complete charge with I
} voice choir and instru- Mr. Cecil G. Rolle serving as Slater pastor will be in charge r rfK r' 1 ? /

ents.The convention is honored M. C. Sunday at 3 p.m. This of services, and on Sunday at T1 (
will climax the anniversarywith 3 pjn. the Zion Hope Baptist
have the presence of the leading choirs and groups Church with Rev. Paul Free-

.rchbishoo of Triumph the of the city, singing praisesunto man will be in charge of ser- ,
arch and Kingdom of Godn God.. Also there will be vices. We invite all to attend.

Christ, His Excellency short talks by former membersof
ishop D. H. Harris of Pitts- Our pastor has made great
the choir. Mr. Earl Coif"n
furgh, penn. He will addresse progress and we are very
will serve as M. C. Refresh- '
joint session of Congress ments will be served. Both proud of him. He has meant a ; f$

day, July 24 at high noon. services for Thursday and lot to our community. we pray

ishop Harris will be avail- and Friday nights will begin God continue to bless him and -- : 5
|ble during the day sessions at 8 P.m. We are inviting the his lovely family. please r t
discuss with the executive public to our anniversary.We come and join us on Sunday at

|oard plans for lie Triumph are still asking your 3 p.m.

bUshing House,the National continued prayers for our pas-

[omen's Rescue work at tor.
[allahassee, Fla. (Mrs. M. A.
ankins, chairlady) and masr 11 YEARS OP RESPONSIBLE; CARRY OUR OWNs
BUILDING SERVICE/ TO
plans for the 14th Quad- GRACE THE COMMUNITY ACCOUNTS. YOU PAY

f=nnial General session, July PRESBYTERIANRev. DIRECTLY TO
Wit BUYING *r BUILDINGCALrSTANLEY ,
967.The *. SIMILAR FURNITURE WORLD!
church extension pro- W. F. Savoy, pastor ILLUSTRATION i
(am will also be a part of the

onvention's calendar for The church had a fine out-
PL 1-1814
|gher spiritual, educational ing at Virginia Beach last
d social standards work- Sunday, with the morning .Booutiful Homos
ops and clinics in the fine being given to devotions and Built on Your Lotor FURNITURE WORLD

rts, healing arts, the arts in business, and the afternoon OuriAttractive
and recreationand c Alteration .
vangelizing, leadership seasons given to eating
panel discussions relaxation. A merry time *and Additions

(.SO, birth control, foreignd was had by all. .Lot U. DcmolUh

domestic) and many other Thanks to Rev. H. V. Your Worn Out MID-TOWN NORTH MIAMI SOUTHWEST FT. LAUDERDALE

piss of interest. One ofpe Stuart and his congregationof Houta and Build a 51/3 N.W.7th Av., $85 N.E.I25th St. On Th.'Trail" 223 S.W.First Av..
Now Homo
most important events ofe St. Mary's W. M. Church, Lovoly Ottssit.Shsl'a City Csrnsr N.E.Ith Ars. $.W.ath St.C.,.21th Ave. 1 III'.Cs..0$urd n.'a
Coll Ut for Fact About CLOSED SUNDAY
) session will be the for their wonderful cooperationin CLOSED SUNDAY

[rushing and mighty wind"rvices our joint six week Bible Building

which will be held study. May we look efforts forward to in Good Bank Financing SHOP, BUT SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY!

y and night.Listed more cooperative

on the social ca- the future. STANLEY BUILDERS,
ndar are receptions, and re- Congratulations to W.Roosevelt inc.
and Miss
sts which bye Ivory SAT.9i 6-SUN.11t 6
will be given >
Hope, who are planning Lice.... UtortJ
host county and state. A uelen wedding ceremonyfor
>tional banquet which will their afternoon at MS H. E. 79th S.....
this Sunday '
sponsored by the nationalth Presbyterian Church. Mind Florid .
department for the ex- the Grace


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The CO-ETTES an organization of 30 girls, 13 to
16, have dreamed,planned and worked for two years to

make a tour of Washington, Williamsburg, New York ,
Philadelphia and Atlantic City.

.. t These girls, who met at Booker T., Washongton,

where most were honor students, raised money by
r ,
,
x 11 SV bake sales, candy sales, suppers and paper collec
f C rM .r tion. They charted a bus for an August 1-15 trip and
.y..w. r have paid for their rooms in advance.

Floridians Attend Notional PTA Now they find that a recent raise in NYC room
I E- and board rates leaves them short. They need a little

more money to pay for their New York meals for three

Meet In Memphis days and they need tickets or passes to Radio City,

for Empire State Building and other attractions.If .
The National Congress of 1966 delegates from the. you can help these girls from low-income families -
state of Florida: Mrs. Elizabeth
Colored Parents and Teachers Williams, president of call Edna Dee at 624-6621 or write to her at
held its 40th annual conven-
tion in Memphis, Tenn., in District 10; Mrs. Bernice 16015 NW 29th Ave.
June 1966, focusing on the Thompson, vice president of
theme, "Aspiring for One Florida, Ft Lauderdale; Mrs.
World." May Dell Braynon, state historian
The plan of the convention Miami; Mrs. Willie

included general sessions, at White, state president Tallahassee ..
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which major presentations explored ; Mrs. Ineria Hudnell, : : '<. ,,:' r;{

aspects of the conven- president-elect for state,West ;: n rAw ,\ .,: 'PRESAYrT. I "" .,Irtlt; ) ,.
I
tion theme followed by a seriesof Palm Belch; A. L. Osgood, : ::4 in which the
assemblies Palatka ) '
president
state } "
past
"
problems, ideas and issues of ; Mrs. Gladys Woodard, Helen Gardiner of Miami, was married to Wil- ,Iii!.. ..,., ,: .. .. I
"
the PTA were discussed. In state secretary, Orlando; more S. Waters of Middletown, Del. June 25, at Salem ,o/C ". "', ./:'.!,.'"; I tEl" ESI::: *'
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addition, breakfast, task-alike Newbold, Tenth District heldat 1 'I,,,,, \/; ,. .. '
Stanley Methodist Church,New York City. Reception was fir Ii.J.! ; &"'I( ",'M'''!':'. I't' 4'f"it..I ;\ Y
clusters workshop '
a panel, \
PTA chaplain, Miami. the Ballroom Hotel Theresa New York \.... .",. ; '; : '
,
and a symposium on special Skyline ,,}or .t} ), '&r UU.IYi" \i.. \ ,.;'f., .j
.rl, .
The National Convention City. ,.' ( ..
topics were a significant fea- ("M )1oi ,,1,.yt": hI HII'i,.t44JJ :' ,
will meet in the Big City of "/ ;j rot R !
ture.Pictured ture of the convention struc New Orleans, Louisiana, in CHILDREN'S HOME .\'!It-. .\ 1'.(: hllj.....:IWI.,. 27 &YI' :i!" '.'ft ,
(
above the '67. z.
are ''
BENEFIT DINNERYou /" t; .:,:';.M' ,"': ';\ t
:+' $ :: : '
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i c" \ j" '
YOUR TRAVEL AGENTIS Y* are cordially invitedto r'vt r;.i'NE{<'j"592iSiT4j

attend a "Benefit Ball" : f : ,' ." ;: ;
I. "
for Mars Hill Children's ; -' f' .
.J\
YOUR BEST FRIEND !' "zq ;t 1>'\I' 1t 1ow'f.t .7' I'
Home, Florida's first pre-adop- ,:{We"4,''specialIrt' 'iti1.in '1'hand:' (finlsh ed'shirts.:
tion Center, serving Negro : ,: ., ., ,
Many InaxparUncad, travalan, children at the &r John Hotel, : ... I" _,..oA'fH. .. to' ,
not raaliiinf that *accredited
t travel agencies DO NOT Travel burtaui are paid to Friday, July 22 from 10 P.">. ; :Sitisffictiti l u r..tH' : :,
) CHARGE the public for eomml.lon. by houla, air until. Dinner, music, enjoy- ,
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ticketing and related tervicei and steamship linea. Traaa- : kyiFr.
fail to receive the coilDonation prices are regulated ment for all and 'a floor
free be gained advantage through* :hih"the UM by be adhered the government to by all and carrier muet show featuring Frank Duboisand :. ..' Pick U, mil D.Iyryr !
J of agents know how' and their repreientatve the Chicken scratchers. :
C Quest of honor will be Bobby ;, .,,_.1:'.'

THE NEXT TIME YOU TAKE consult A TRIP- Marshall champ -, Muhammad M. C. Also A1i.\\ Call the I:', ":" 'R 'v. W. M". Slater, 0-mn'. .\ ,'.',:L
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For the BEST ,
1104 NW )rd AVENUE PHONE FR '.6'" Oliver C. Walker, 11. who START
is president of the seventh

grade in Collins Elementary -, ...-
School has received a merit
V Call award from the Dairy Councilof

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The son of Mr. and Mrs.
CHARLESROGERS r
Raymond Walker, 133 NW 6th
Ave., Dania, is an excellent { 1w
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leadership, is active in Stu-
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AT PL 1-7502 Chorus and Library Club. He
belongs to the Church of God
and Christ and assists his

For A Good Buy on Sunday The School Dairy Council class teacher.has a

continuing program to honor
A Piano Organ meritorious young people in
Broward County. Nominationscan
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Orchestra

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Instruments SPELLMAN SERVICE : //f's, 'JACK5ON'S1ODbLEINN'; ,::1


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A lEI HEAVYWEIGHT SENSATIONAl 1C1IR 1

Jones 6-6, 291 lbs, has shown he can take a WORK CAN END ABSURD AIRLINE
punch* and deliver one, after witnessing Tuesday
night's fight. Jones impresses me. He will male it to
to the top. He is young, fast, has a terrific left hand is an island-and likewise no corporation
and left hook and uppercut.Puts me in the mind of that is a mountain.
greath heavyweight champion Jack Johnson with the theoretical facts should be embedded in
uppercut. Although Levi Forte was handicapped by of the bargaining parties negotiating in the
his opponents reach and weight, he tried his best and airlines strike.
was disposed of in the 5th round. Jones i's a clean fact that the mention of this crippling strike
living boy.Has no father, mother still living. He is the way into the unrelative paragraphs of Looking
oldest in his family. Jones is 22. I only hope they World Over shows the wide effect it has on
don't push',him too fast. Al, in his last 11 fights hab of people; who are indirectly connected
knocked out nine. He has everything a heavyweightneeds. in which they have gotten themselves
He showed this last Tuesday. While I inter-
viewed him after the fight, Al said he would like issues involved are most important to both
another crack at Chip Johnson who went the distancein and union)-but there is no issue
one of his fights. I think this would be a tremen- to a traveling athlete than that of keep
dous drawing card. How about Chris. The house .s.'iron schedule on time.
Tuesday night was almost sold out to capacity.Last airlines have been the one dependable media
Tuesday night's fights were full of action. the athlete could depend, union labor has
Duke Ducoff Jr., son of general manager of the one source of competent service upon which
Miami Beach Auditorium and Convention Hall made could depend, and in sequencial follow
his debut holding up the fight card for each roimd.dida those who"depend on such activities also
good job. on the airlines for their livelihood.

...ww w+. F with this absurd complexity called a strike
hundreds of thousands off their schedule
the most dependent will suffer.
airlines and the union both can learn a les-
any star team of athletes; they all perform
1 for unison for the good of the team-the net
K
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t f always superb-no man is an island-
ft man stands alone.

WILL NEED SUPPORT WHETHER

GOOD OR POOR

Dolphins will be in for quite a few penalities
as slow,in the huddle as they are in gettin
squad together-this is not intended to
.. alarm button; because even though
is a little shaken about the turn of
-- --- which he has no control, he is still cer-
I Les Bigaman Al Jones ; when the season gets underway he will be
; : to Miami and National football fans a
IN PRELIMINARIESJesus : : can be proud of.
\ might be Miami's last chance to get recogni-
Hernandez, 142$, decisioned Tommy Den- & town-there's onlyone way to achieve
nis, 13%, 10 rounds; Jimmy Ralston, 170H, stopped :; attendance, if it is a good Dolphin
Richie Smith, 173 in the fifth round of a scheduledsix be lucky, if it is a poor Dolphin team,
; Ray Cano 15834, decisioned Brunnel Scott, 143tf, for a better one-but attend WE MUST.
four rounds, and Vic Diaz, 142& stopped Richard '
Riviera, 135/2 in the third round of a scheduled four.

MARLIN NOTES \ Why Not Have

There is not much for me to write about as I
haven't seen them in action these past two weeks. r-.
But here is this week's schedule: Thurs and Fri:
July 21 and 22, Marlins vs Orlando at 7:30 p.m Sa-
turday, July 23, at 7:30 and Sunday, July 24 at 6:30 .
P.m. Marlins vs Daytona Beach. ,, Ff'JJ

A w' / Delivered to Your HomeS& -

MIAMI DOLPHINSSt.

Petersburg Dade Kocurek, generally regarded -
as one of the finest tight ends in professional ".. BY MAIL I Ie
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football signed his Miami Dolphin contract this week. '';' .. .
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drafted by the Dolphins from the San Diego Chargers. ;; ., .E rER.y: f1'RI' 5. Fi:,,. :
with San Diego, he had been first second team all ..
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league end for five of the last six years. : I -011' ,r7\Tl"1\TG ." : ;..,
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The news on Kocourek was one of the few bright .... II ,
spots of the
day. Fourteen of twenty-one veterans
expected to report today were in camp and took part
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in both daily workouts. Of the seven that failed to
rePort, three were in route, but three announced their L'ii1111
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retirement and the status of the seventh was uncertain -
And at the morning workout veteran Center Mike L"ass than 10 ,

Hudock, who has been in camp since opening day, per copy
sprained his left knee, and his knee will be in a cast

for a week, according to trainer Bob Lundy. .....II 11.11......II II..II 11.11 II II"'.II 1.11 11.11.11.11.11....................."'
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The three men who are in route but having travel : ( ) 1 YEAR -$5.00 ( ))6 MONTHS -$3.00

[difficulties are: Billy Neighbors, Guard drafted from : ,Moll to 6740 NW 15* Avenue, Miami, Fla. 33147
[Boston; Billy Joe, Fullback drafted from Buffalo; and I fL;,
[Frank Jackson, Flanker drafter from Kansas City. 1 ;fjl1 NAME
he following men according to director Player per- -
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onnelJoe Thomas have decided to retireMel Branch, 'Ofl&, : r=,
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efensive end drafted from Kansas City; Jack Spikes, ,"' \ .,.
ullback drafted from Houston; and Howard Simpson, I) e i'.jl f .,;' :/DDRESS
efensive tackle drafted from Buffalo. 1 A',. ",") .:
Meanwhile Thomas stated that he is still ne- ''fn. t'1t1 i :.vrp : ,,

otiating with Ken Rice, offensive guard drafted from OD. ''CITY STATE ZIP CODE :
[he Oakland Raiders. 'l.:., ....
Les Birigaman assistant coach of the Miamilphins "p :* _" _.;..r.. : Check ( ) Money Order ( ) for $...........U enclosedS. 2 I Ir
was the one, who scouted Johnny Holmes, 4 .:...11.11......11..1..II"'II II II II II"'........nt.... ...........................

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I I BUY A HOME TODAY

JOHNSON t Brand New 3 Bedroom Homes Located At:
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OF MIAMI 3159 NW 66 STREET . \\W' .
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1 I (1758 NW 76 TERRACE : "'--Iu -'"

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I. .; .h 774 NW 70 STREET 750 NW 15th ,AVENUE Ilarold

l'I"U4TI01I PICTURES. I 5 bedroom, CBS house. $250 down, $25 wk.
Move in. '
we v Caps end ,Gowns with, I ____ .............Ui
Tassels tn all school colors ; NE 154 TERR & .15 AVENUE .:
I KING SIZE BUYSPUT :
S 2 bedroom, CBS home. $100 down. $65 mo.
I. .WillitSiz* : $1.95 i I .. YO'UR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES oo
FOR RENT, FROM $100 DOWN
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IN COLOR.- I I 1217 NW J38.St,2 bed. apt: 520week:
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$ 8701 NW 17 AVENUE
14460NW22 Ave.,Opo-locks 1 bed I' 1186 NW 38th St. I I > wk. jl 0 4 bedroom, 2 bath with Fla room. This is a home vV
.. $14.50 :. 1"
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I WE HAVE MANY HOUSES FOR YOU +
L. 635-4748 4
I I .1451 NW 88 STREET
I T If J I OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY A 2 bedroom, screened front porch, carport, wanted oo
area. FHA terse s. o
FORD REALTYINC. Broker +
0 8811 NW 15 AVENUE
." '. .,c.. .. : 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 A 2 bedroom, Fla room, enclosed garage, fenced wALL
KtL 4 Slat 'Specials I' A large lot and other extras. FHA. $13,000. +

840 NW 85 STREET +

OPEN SUNDAY I TO 6 P.M. OUR CLASSIFIED ADS T 2 bedroom, Fla room, refrig., stove, air cond., ....
Drop by and Chat with Our Agent carport, FHA terms, no closing cost. +
BRING RESULTS
"Waterfront Valves" I 1411 NW 89 STREET o

$600 DOWN 0 2 bedroom, front screened porch, appliances, .....

9251 UTTLE RIVER BLVD CBS HOMESNO .t sprinkler system, FHA terms $12,300. .

Large 3 bedroom, CBS,on 75x130 lot. Landscaped with .t NO CLOSING COST
many extras included. A must see to appreciate. One WAITING NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHTIN .
FHA mortgage. One low monthly payment pays all. LOW DOWN PAYMENTS EZ TERMS 4 2325 NW 89 STREET 4'

929 NW 49 STREETCBS 2 bedroom, large kitchen, gas stove, sprinkler +
'Custom hilt 2 bedroom, porch, oak floors, best area, system, FHA, no closing cost.
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1041 NW STREET $495 down.

Exceptionally designed 3 bedroom, 2 bath with 1343 NW 41 STREET : ALSO

tremendous screened Dla room overlooking water. Frame, 3 bedroom, large rooms, porch, garage. I NEW LIBERTY CITY AREA o
Total I price only $23,000 good terms arranged. A1 shape. $395 down. *
3361 NW 207 STREET
John A. Pirie on premises o
I 1904 NW 90 STREETCBS J Open 1 15 Sunday. Open $100 down. +
r lot 't 3 bedroom, like new. No closing costs. Over 35
on huge lovely 2 bedroom, workshop,
!L!!liriaiji ;PrJc.a'l! ; porch, $495 down. A homes to choose from. 2, 3, 4.bedrooms. o

1762 NW 152 STREETCBS 4 WE SPECIALIZE IN THE FHA & VA RESALE o
$400 $12,500' TOTAL PRIG like new fence/awning, $295 down, $75 per A PROGRAM. NEW LISTINGS DAILY. LET OUR o
Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS with lovely Fla room. month.. I EXPERIENCE SERVE YOU. +
Many desirable extras included. Walk to shopping Open 7 Days a Week o
schools and transportation. Call Owner 758-8749 .
KING REALTY INC. OF MIAMI, REALTOR o

80DO HW 1 AYE. PL_ -1-9708). .O
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9020$700 NW 12 DOWN COURTIn FONTANA REAL ESTATEONLY
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choice area. Comfortable. 3 bedroom CBS. On ; .1JfJz.-i\i!
THE FINEST PROPERTIES Ie tiXiV'1"W\"I' iN.Tw Rs ; ,::
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spacious 100x100 landscaped lot, central heat, .1111111 Tii IIIIIuIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIuuusuuuuuuuuuuIIIIOPEN ; Pyt0+A'J4.F 1.....k +.lj'C: ,...!!: w.., 't: J J't
garage, carpeting, hardwood floors, sprinkler INSPECT THESE HOMES OPEN
system and many other extras. Priced right. FHA 1511 NW 93 STREET $400 DOWN FHA CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING COSTS
,terms, reasonable down ,
one
mortgage
payment
and one monthly payment pays all. Mrs. Sidney Can be 3 bedrooms, large 80x125 lot.$76 monthly 3 BEDROOM, FLA. ROOM. Dining room, utilityroom
A. Thomas on premises $12,500 total. Oak floors, tile roof, carport, appliances. Many extras. $450 down.
porch. Open for inspection everyday. $13,500 FHA.
1015' NW 83 STREET ON ARCOLA LAKE
FOR THE LARGE FAMILY 3 BEDROOM, FLA ROOM. Enclosed porch, din-
CHOICE AREA Lovely CBS, swim, fish and soil from your back ing room, appliances, air cond., rear patio. $350
' door. Fla room, and screened patio. For real Fla down, $13,500 FHA.
4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH
living. 150' lot, $16,500 total. Good terms.
Plus 2 Fl.. rooms, very large living room, $250 DOWN. $64 MO. 2 BEDROOM. Dining room,
built-in kitchen, near schools, shopping and all 1340 NW 88 STREET utility room, appliances, washer. $10,500 FHA.
transportatioR. Priced right with good terms to Central air condition, 3 full bedrooms, 2 full
be arranged. Also large corner lot available. tile I bath. Truly different in design. Fully built 2 BEDROOM, FLA ROOM. Garage, appliances
kitchen with oven, range, hood fan *nd dishwasher 2 air conds., W/W carpeting, large lot, fenced.
VHomi i J l I lni if"7FNW oak floor, garage. $22,500 with terms. Lamp post. $450 down. $14,200 FHA.

44 STREET 644 NW 41 TERRACE NO QUALIFYING DUPLEX. $300 DN. 1 BR ea. side. Appliances.
$400 !DOWN-$11,500TOTAL Lovely corner CBS fenced yard with barbecueand Like 2 private homes. Each has utility room and.
LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS fruit trees. $11,800 with terms. carport. $76 mo. $12,500 FHA Best area.

120 NW 56 STREET $10,500 TOTAL
Lovely 2 or 3 bedroom home with extra 1 bedroom NO QUALIFYING ON THE FOLLOWING
cottage with must see this value to really appreciate its large family or duplex for Income. Terms arranged. $85 MO. 3 BEDROOM. Fenced corner. Dinin groom
worth. ** utility room, appliances. Reasonable down.
j 590 NW 53 STREET NO QUALIFYING
: : $11,500 total. Allapattah area.
AST. IUT OJillEAST" $500 DOWN
$100 DOWN 2 bedroom, CBS hardwood floors, tile roof', 3 BEDROOM, FLA ROOM. Appliances. Large lot.
"ON BEAUTIFUL ARCOLA LAKE" carport, large yard, $10,500 total. $82 monthly Beautifully landscaped. East of Expressway.
f 1146 NW 85 STREET with Homestead exemption. $11,000 total. Reasonable down.

Attractive home with lovely Fla room on larg.landlcap.d 141. NW 50 STREET HOME AND APT.Customobuilt .
waterfront lot.. Air conditioners. CBS resident. Main house has 3 $15 MO. 2 BEDROOM. Closed porch, diningroom
some furniture, fenced.
Laundry room. Fenced in yard, well and sprink sleeping room, IK} bath, full dining, built-in total. $750 down. $8,000
;jler system. 150 amp. electric service. Outside kitchen, oven and range, garage, tile roof and Allapattah.
'shower. A truly wonderful buy. Mr. and Mrs. patio, separate and private.'Complete 1 bedroom WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
Karsh on premises. apt. Rented will help pay your monthly payment. ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES
i FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS
CALL US TO,SEE THESE VALUES_

Kiber I ',Ui. -' Rultirs r* minium Chas. S.imiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiMiiiimiiiii Fontana, Realtor i SHELL REALTY4MO BROKER


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153 2 bedroom apt. Free water and ;:
this beauty. 1160 NW 31 Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS in gas. Adults only 775 NW 69thSt. >
St. Has sewers and city water Allapattah area, near school, .
JE H902. shopping, bus Tile roof, Fla
room, large fenced yard, HELP WANTED _

Owner jalousie windows,appliances. Salesman, major appliances,
Direct from Abargain at $12,500 with TV and stereo, 2 years
bedroom
1300 down, CBS. 2 ,
$500 down
large porch, oak floors, under and $100 mo. pays college or equivalent educa-
will all. Key at Life Realty, tion. Long hours, hard work.
$10,000. Owner give Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. $5200 per year guarantee
$500 in furniture of your PL 9-4371. Open evenings, plus commission. Kennedyand
choice if sold this week. Sundays.
Cohen, 1845 Bis. Blvd.
Hurry, call 758-8749. --
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$350 down buys like new CBS Like new 3 bedroom homes in Office help. Some bookkeeping
experience..in colored housing -
carport, large corner lot, Bunche Park, 2520 NW 159th project 5V4 day week.
tile roof. $74 and 2500 NW 160th St. Both _A.4 ,
oak floors, per $60 wk. Call for appointment Nf
mo. See&Call owner 758-8749. have jalousie windows, awn- 6918862. tr'' .Jn 4 orb'I
ings, big fenced yards and
unit duplex and cottage are freshly painted inside ---
2 and out. FHA price $9,200 I Graduate or dropout earnwhile
fUrn. $500 down. Total is with $300 down and $55.67mo. you learn to be a beau- I
7800. Call 633-2400 or (Veterans $100 down.) tician. Day or night classes.

759-9563. Key at Life Realty, Broker, International Beauty School,
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9- 221-7411 or 757-9515. Ju129
Bunche Park
15620 NW 26th Ave. 2 bdr., 4371. Open eves and Sundays.NO CAB DRIVERS. APPLY at Px

Fha $300 down. $54.41-
CBS, CLOSING COSTS Society Cab Office, 269 NW
Call Martin Berney, Brok-
mo.
21st St.
Nice 2 bedroom CBS in
6246983. Liberty City. Fla room, tile -
roof, garage, wall to wall EARNEXTRA

2 bedroom fenced yard, awn- carpet, appliances. NearSChOOlS MONEYTo
ings, $6,500 total price, low shopping bus. A buy a home
down and $75 mo. 2156 NW bargain at $11,700 with $400 -
83rd Terr. 6961266.Apt. down and $70 mo. (veterans Jo start children's education *
Atlantic Coast School
$100 down) Seller pays your fund Sunday

site lot. 50x143. Located closing costs. Keys at Life To pay off debts I

750 NW 70th St. Phone HI 4- Realty Broker, 4932 NW Or; even start a savings And BTU Congress ClosesThe

3673. NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. account

New 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Open eves and Sundays.NO Drive a cab full or part 35th annual sessionof Temple; Cora Johnson, second, for the occasion, and Pastor

For sale by builder. $500 do-", CLOSING COSTS time. Interesting work' as the Sunday School and I! Rodney Ward third, both of Mickins delivered an inspiring -
$113 per month pays all. you are meeting new people BTU Congress of Atlantic Bethel, Nassau. and challenging message.
Will consider renting ro responsible Modem 3 bedroom CBS, constantly It Coast Baptist Association Junior Division: Cherryl His alternate- was the Rev.J. .

party. See this jalouise windows, barbeque, ZILBER TAXI convened at Temple Baptist Silas, first; Nathaniel Bryant, A. King.
like
stove
landscaped, new
beauty at 1430 NW 152nd Terror Church July 13-17. The "reI second, both of Temple; the evening the
1025 W. Flagler Street During
phone 238-4023. Indef and refrigerator. Near shop- congress program Tuesday Victoria Frazier third
of
(Indef junior choir of New Mt. Zionof
ping, school and bus. This I lamely Star of Bethlehem
evening was very West
lovely, like new, home is a attended and was upliftingto Hollywood.Solo Florida City Rendered service -
-- with and Pastor H. W. Moss
bargain at $10.800 $350 PERSONAL NOTICEMr. everyone. Several of tne Division: Charles
FHA BEAUTY down. (veterans-lOO down) Fleming. Painter. Please choirs of the city participated.Three Gibson of Olivette, first; delivered another challenging

Total price, $12,800. only $65.36 month. Life Realty, call Mary Lomas 696-5613. sessions were held Arabella Moss of New Mt. hearers message,to admonishing be faithful. The his
$400 down. This is a love- Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. daily, with District Superin- Zion, Florida City, second;
PL 9-4371. Open eves and NOTICE tendent Deacon Charles E. Darnell Brow of "Bethel,Nassau Rev. J. L. Johnson was his
LEGAL alternate. .
FHA BEAUTY Sundays. Gibson and President K. third.

Total price$12,800only $400 Notice under Fictitious Name Trotti presiding. The teacherswere
Essay Division: Sandra The Rev. J. C. Crawfordof
FOR RENT Law the Rev. I. C. Mickins
down and $87 pays all. This ,
Sears of New Bethel first West Palm Beach preachedthe
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Mrs. R. Gibson, Mrs. R. ;
is a lovely 2 bedroom CBS. Large room. 1440 NW 42nd St. That the undersigned desir- Edison Smith of Bethel, Nas introductory sermon.
It is so attrative and spot home. Jackson, Miss E. Lord, R. Twenty-five per cent of
633-2729. Private ing to engage in business Orjuna and the Rev. M. E. sau, second; Audrey Thompson -
less, a must see in a choicearea. under the fictitious name of Munroe who was also devotional of Temple, third.In the congress was given for
Call anytime. ,A* Ben- 1 bedroom duplex, unfurn. UNITED ENTERPRISESat education with Florida Me-

Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. $20 week key at 1815 NW number 7830 NW 171 Streetin feature speaker.A of the meetingwas the Sunday School con- morial getting the major por-
84th St. Call 7512243. the city of Hialeah, Florida, the oratorical and musical test Temple took first place, tion. A scholarship was
intends to register the said New Mt. Zion, Florida City, awarded to Gwendolyn Robinson -
SOMETHING SPECIAL Room. Gentlemen preferred. name with the clerk of the contest Friday evening. second and Mt. Zion West of Mt. Olivette.
The winners in the Senior
$14,300, FHA only $450 do. 7515029. circuit court of Dade County, Department were: palm Beach, third. The officers and membersof

Thisis a charmer. If you Fla. Oration, Senior Division; Temple left no stone un-
want the perfect 2 bedroom, 1 House. 2 private bedroom, Dated at Miami, Florida this Prudence Smith, first; Sandra The morning worship on turned in giving the delegation -
bath. Fla room, choice area, nice bath, fenced-in-yard, 8th day of July, 1966. Davis, second; both of Bethel, Sunday was attended by an a royal entertainment.The .
it's large perfect for you if comer lot. 5729 NW 24th RAY HEY '''Nassau' ; Charles Gibson, third, overflowing crowd. ,The Mt. 1967 session will be at

you want something special. Ave. Owner of Mt. Olivette, Junior High Olivette junior choir, with Ebenezer, West Palm Beach,

Call anytime. A. Ben-Kori, Apt. 2 bedroom, completely July 8, 15, 22, 29. Division: Pauline Moss first I approximately 90 voices, sang Rev. J. A. King, pastor.

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Realtor 7512243. unfum. $14 wk. plus utilities. ------------- .
5238 NW 24th Ct. 754-2605. ..........................


$400 down$12.500, large FHA'2 bedroom, Have- room in private home EDISON

1 bath, CBS, largescreenedinFla for City a area.single PL 8-8128.person in Lib Let Your Boy SpecialsBARGAIN

room, seller pays all closing

cost, seeit good starter 19 bedroom, fum. water and "
home for young people. Call electricity. $12.50 per week. OPERATE HIS BARGAIN

anytime, A. Ben-Kori,Realtor, 594 NW 23rd St. 379-8160. 1112 NW 82 STREET

-751-2243.--- Room. Private bath. 635-4178. OWN BUSINESS OPEN AFTER 2 P.M.

$75 Month pays everything. Lttt than rent. CBS, 2

NO QUALIFYINGThis New 2 bedroom apts. Corner bedroom, carport. $250 down, FHA. No closing cost.
is
gorgeous, 3 bedroom, of NW 12th Ave. &; 65th St. He started
can get
2 bath, Fla room, corner Phone HI 4-3673. Ii County taxes only.
lot, in best area, beautiful
patio in back. This is so Fum. room kitchen privileges.Hot i for oily ALSO SEE US FOR THESE

Perfect, call me to see. and cold water. FR 1-
Cash down $3,500 take over 1. Very nice CBS, tilt roof, reverse cycle air conditioner -

mortgage of 12800. Thisis 5384. wall to wall carpeting. $300 down, FHA.
way below for the --- tbt 1t County taxes only. In the 80's.
cost 5035 NW 5th Ave. Furn. &t(1(11
Person
who is utilities.
looking for a effcy. $15 includ.
2. Wear Edison
beautiful home that is worth High. 2 bedroom, CBS, tilt roof, $250
much down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot.
much
more, anxious Call
owner NW 65th St. Room.
727 IN YOUR OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK
call anytime. A. Ben- 757-3340. 3. $73 month pays everything. CBS, tilt roof, fenced

-Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. Room for ;nice lady in lovely ITS EASY! IT'S FUN! yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No closing

-SAVE--- private home. Call 757-3862. cost. County taxi s only. In the 80's.
$3,000 Here's how
....
Entertain? Beautiful 2 bed- 4. No qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard, Patio,

room 18x38, ,2 bath, CBS living room e 1 bedroom house. $16. First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for well pump, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA mortgage already -

home plus a true custom built- Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $21. 99$. Sell them for 15tf a piece. You make 66< plactd. County taxes only.
size and
a good
1 effcy. Water
fenced bedroom home in the rear'1 Nice electric CBS free. $15. profit. With this profit plus your original 99< investment WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

and airconditioned.Total Miami Times. Repeat TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
only Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $25. you buy 22 more
18000. FHA or
bank until are selling 50 or more CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Nice 1 bedroom house. 23. this process you
anytime 7512243. When you are selling 50 Miami Times, $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY papers. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
each week.
2020 NW 62nd St. you will make $3.00 profitfor yourself
Duplex .
Call 633-7809
Lovel CBS, beatuful grounds,

make Pefect condition, rent will ;-iocka area. 2 bedroom, I CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE EDISON REALTY: Realtors
Payments. Total only

location.$Is,8 A.FHA Ben-Kori terms,call Realtor for, light unfurn.and$18.water.2 $24.bedroom Call Mick-furn. 6140 N.W. 15TH AVE. OX 1-0421 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441

me 751-2243. ins Rental Agency, 681-8213.Indef I .........................I ,



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20 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 22, 1966



I 150 SCHOOLS TO BE INTEGRATED I




School officials said recruiters had been there Phillips said."Without NBA to help ease the teacher
Wednesday that most of' Dade ahead of me. They were regard to race," shortage and find jobs for

County's 210: public schools giving contracts to teachersnot he said, "we need elementary graduates of predominantlyNegro h
will have racially integrated yet out of college." school teachers and we need teacher colleges, he

faculties when schools open science, mathematics and said. / \.
in September.Dr. GOOD JOB HEREDr. industrial arts teachers."
Gilbert L. Porter, lie received National "We sent letters to all
special assistant to the Porter said in Dade Education Association list those qualified in the sub-

deputy superintendent, said County, both white and Negro of 1,600 teacher candidates jects in which we need
teachers "have done a very said,
teachers, Phillips
more then 100 and possibly from last June's graduating
ISO schools will 'have splendid job of applying for class of Southern colleges.The "and we're getting very few rtJ
transfer," to help desegregate ,
both white and Negro children, list was prepared by answers
the faculties of the schools.
compared with 92 last fall. "nr' --
But we've moved about all the .
He said that is only a pre- .
people who want to be moved." PICK A WINNER
diction; there will be no definite "
anticipate that school
"I '
.
figure until classes 'e" 1101 NW '85 STREETCBS
faculties will be integratedlong .,

start. the to before there are many l large 2 bedroom, 1 both, garagt, tile
From 40,000 50,000
pupils in integrated classes," roof, terrai to suit buyer.
children, perhaps a quarter of
he said. "But for pupils there
the total will be In integrated .. 2355 NW 89 TERRACECBS
will be better picture than
a
positions, he said. The larger 2 bedroom, Fla room, fenced, stove, no'
last
schools are the ones that will year. qualifying. $10,300 total price. Low, low, down

y remain segregated, the figures 250 TEACHERS HEEDED payntnt. $69 Monthly pays evtrytbingl!!
indicated.
I' 1230, NW 81 STREET
J.. Bernard J. Phillips, per- Dade School system needs
sonnel director, said both 250 teachers before September, CBS, 3 bedroom, cornet, wall to 'wall carpet, I
white and Negro teachers liege Flo room, no qualifying, $13,900 total

have been assigned to all but price, $90 pays ovtrytking. Easy down payment!!
.1 eight or nine schools.
FOR SALE
SMI NW 16 AVENUE
"And I believe by the time
it
., school starts we'll' have in- 9555 NW 25 AVENUE CBS, ,Z. lodroom, tile roof, carport, many extras,'
FHA $12,300.0 closing costs. $400 down.

'remanning 3 bedroom, CBS, corner $72.54 aonlhly.

j \ TEACHERS SCARCE home, A-1 condi- WE-HAVE OTHERS NEW RECORDS FOR GULF The Pittsburgh-
t ; based oil company chose hometown musician Walt
officials it is tion hardwood floors REALTY '
agreed ,
Both AETNA
,1'. Harper to make the LP album now being used at some
difficult to find qualified fenced low down .
t) Negro teachers. ,Wilson pay BROKER ,--0':; service stations in sales promotions. The pianist-
ment. Realty, leader is shown with Sandra Farrar and Kholer of
1 '"Since the Department of Roy
a Health, Education and Welfare 691-6166 811 NW 54th St. 757-5724 Gulf's Public Relations Departm eft.t .

t>. issued its guidelines for desegregation -
Porter
Dr. S
'v _
said, "we've had to compete

for Negro teachers with CENTERVILLA ; SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
school systems all over the KINDERGARTEN
country. Our salaries are good SPECIAL" STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
for the Northeast, but they 5861.NW. 17TH AVENUE
I *Cleaned & Oiled
don't with salariesin
California compare, for example." CERTIFIED PERSONNEL *Adjust Tensions 0 VET TVTED

i Dr. Porter visited college HOT LUNCHES *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost'' !!
I VET
\ campuses in the South in PICK-UP SERVICE all FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW
Check
Register now to secure a Wiring
April, trying to find qualified
place for the fall term. *1 Year GuaranteeAll
379-7735
teachers,he said"and everywhere -
691-7798 OR 696-3002
I went about 15 other Makes & Models

Mrs.'R. E. Copeland, Sup. CALL 634-6242 .. OR 633-6256 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9


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JESSE McCRARY JOINS


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: Jessie J. McCrary, Jr. a
native of Ocala, has entered

'i, the Miami.practice Bachelor Mr. McCrary of of law Arts receivedhis here Degree in 10 PC. BEDROOM SUITE !


from Florida A&M University. DEFIES COMPETITION ATTHIS PRICE _
lie has served as a 1st Lt. in \
the Army Intelligence Corps.In .
May, 1964, he was a can-
didate for the House of Repre-

sentatives for Marion County.
lie is associated with the firm
of Matthews &Braynon formerly -

of 6825 NW 15th Ave. with
offices presently located at
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