The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 43. No. 50 ', MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1966 20. PAGES

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The HomesteadFloridaCity The Homestead Housing old units to the Negro South
> Tenants Association Authority is waiting the out- Dade Camp is added
Monday opposed the federal come of the request for the evidence of the discrimina-
!! government's sending $2.25 money which is being proces- tory practices of the Authority -
4 million to improve field sed by the Farmers Home ," he said.Submitting.
workers housing in the area, Administration of Florida. the request to
because it says the money The fund was to be used reconsider alloting the fundsto
would further .racial discri- for building 262 family units, John Stewart FHA di-
mination. with baths at the Redland rector for South Florida
7T The two-year-old league Labor Camp on U.S. 1, in 'J
whose goal Is better hous- addition to the constructionof
ing for the residents, said a $300,000 adminis-
that the labor camps in the tration headquarters.Most "
area were organized on a of the existing du- City
segregated<< basis and that plexes at Redland would be not rl ra
federal money will make moved to the South Dade ing
,the situation worse. Labor Camp at Campbelland
t The Rev. A. C. McQueen, Tallahassee Drives.
president of the League and McQueen said "These
s .. member of the advisory camps are maintained on
board of the Economic Op- a segregated basis. Negroesand tied
portunity Program of Dade Puerto Ricans occupy "
: County said the financing South Dade white persons l:
w would "perpetuate discrimi- and Mexicans live at Red- ft
natory practices and segregated land."The
housing." He called plan of the Home- farm
the granting of the proposed stead Housing Authority to two
loans and grants "clear build new units at the white
t Pt violation of federal law." Redland camp and to move to

Court: Orders Jail f t

Minors Caught With ,

l y Senior Juvenile Court Under the order detentionin
Judge Donald E. Stpne declared Juvenille Court will be
Monday that any mandatory for anyone below
POVERTY BOSS SARGENT SHRIVER VISITS MIAMI CENTER youngster caught with a gun '17 caught with a weapon.
from now on is going tofind The:order also pemits the any
Culmer Neighborhood Center at HW 11th St.and 5th Ave.was alive with activity himself hauled off to a cell 'court to send a minor to
in Youth Hall. Dade indi vi
Jail if the
Wednesday afternoon when Sargent Shriver, national director of the War on Poverty, County
Parents will also find them- youth commits a felony witha
f visited the center and spoke to a large gathering of EOPI workers, city and county selves in hot water for letting weapon.
officials and visitors in the center auditorium. Some officials seen with Shriver in their children have a weapon The new order providesthat I
the top photo include Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, Mayor Robert King High and City the judge said. the youngster will go gun
The crackdown on minors ,immediately to Youth Hall nile
Athalie Photo Frank
Commissioner Range by Johnson.
having firearms will become and will be brought to court
effective "as soon as I can "without delay," said Judge
have this order typed" said Stone. If detained in jail on a adult
$20,000 Asked To Judge Stone at Juvenile felony charge the youth priest."I Itt

I Relocate., Court. would be separated from

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An appeal for $20,000 was want to see Miami have something do not have the money to moveto .
made Tuesday to the State like- they've had in permanent housing and are
Cabinet in Tallahassee in an Lansing, Mich., or some other forced to live in temporary it
of all descriptions.
unofficial meeting, to help relocate ,Northern cities.Representing. The proposed money would I t
Negro families Miami, the Miami X
aid the 761 families that I
forced out of their homes by Community Relations Board,
Expressway construction. Bishop Duncan said the need to be moved, he said.
Speaking of "tremendous 920,000 in state money would The bishop said the plan
would save the state a lot of
racial pressures" and "see qualify the program for 91 money, since the shifting
thing ferment" among Negro matching federal funds providing families constitute a vast expense
families uporrted by the con- a total of 200000. for the State Welfare
struction, Bishop James Dun- Hundreds Negro families, Department and other alen1 I 1 %
can of Miami said, "I don't the prelate told the Cabinet, cies. u-


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"We may not have much of national resources to the the job opportunites of Negro \ 1
time to spare if we are ,to upgrading of Negro life in Americans."
avoid a racial crisis in this America." Kennedy said the alter- -
country," said Sen. EdwardM. lie recommended crash native means "we shall sow
Kennedy (D., Mass.) programs for the summer the seeds of racial crisis de- Miami Youth Gets Post in House
Monday in Jackson, Miss., and fall such as swimming cades to come."
as he urged a dramatic and pools and parks in ghettoes The Senator said the pro- Perdval George Brown "Percy at only 17 years Street
massive program to help A- sprinklers for small children, gram would cost large sums shown above with Congressman is a graduate of Booker T. Mr.
merican Negroes. It shouldbe typing classes, sports and of money but added, "we Dante B. Fascell, has Washington High School Cash
on the scale of the $1 summer jobs. have 'the resources many been working in the Con- and a sophomore at the Uni- liam
billion a month being spent "If we can get this started, times over. .the only thingwe gressman's Washington of- versity of Florida. Ills majoris Grove.
by the U.S.. in Viet Nam.In \\e can buy time for the long- lack is the will. fice for the past 4 weeks. English and his minoris
With Fascell's assistance he history and he is a member of
an addreess at the an- run and more important projects "All these things should be
nual conference of the South- which Involve no less done not because they will has been assigned a posi- of the Gator band. son's
cm Christian Leadership than a major upgrading of SlUr.the riots, although they tion with the Democratic His parents Mr. and
onferencu, Kennedy called the schools the cities the because they are leadership in the U.S. House Mrs. Percival Gustav Brown, Is
fur u "massive commitment housing opportunities and right and the decent and of Representatives Chamber. reside at 1780 N. W 87th copal
moral thing to do," he said.

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I Conviction Of Rainwater S cares Local, Numbers_ Kingpinsnow I

winding through the final convictions me unprecedented ard Versteln said
The conviction and five- viction which stems from a local police agencies and appelate stages.In action was authorizedby the high court's be hoped
year prison sentence await- raid April 20, 1963.Fonyone'e8J'old. swooped down on two count- a historic move,federal top-level Justice Depart- open the door to decision"ill
ing Jack Tillman Rainwater, Rainwater houses run by Rainwaterand turned their exclusively ment Officials In Washing- mUons of high-level prose.
have been up held by the Florida has not spent a day In by James Carlton ChristianIn agents gathered evidence in the Ing figures In Dade. garnbl.
Supreme Court Rainwater jail yet in the case. The deci- the 1963 raid.Christian over the state auhori- ton.Arthur Huttoe who prosecuted dieted that thmoithea ruling He pry
Is a longtime numbers sion' of the Supreme Court and nine other ties cases for prosecutions in Cri- the Rainwater case on \\'UlDut
boss whose illegal operationshave has left him little hope of big-time gamblers were sent minal Court resulting in the under State Attorney Rich gambling in South organized
run unchecked by local overturning the prosecution. to jail March 14 the first Florlda
lawmen It was Indicated he would time in a decade that important ,- --
make a last stand appeal to figures in gamblingwere :; ( ,

Last week the high court the US. Supreme Court soil behind bars. PF.', ''w'S \::,. '
refused to review the gam- The Internal Revenue Six others, besides Rainwater \ ,'
bler's Criminal Court con- Service agents bypassed all face terms in the case I "Irr -/,, '
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New Civil Rights Bill Is ftt .

Hard-Hitting LegislationA .

new civil debts bill was ....
passed 259 to 157 bytho
House Tuesday, with the aim #
of outlawing racial religious
and ethnic discrimination in \ 1
the sale or rental of the na- "
tion's housing. n)
The bill forbids discrimination : :
because of race, religion
national origin or family size I
in the sale or rental of about "
23 million housing units M
mostly apartments in larger 1
buildings and new homes in a ,
big developments.It iJ..l
.. exempts an estimated 37
million owner-occupied single 1
family homes and small apart-
ment buildings. It also outlaws j 1 .
"bloctbusting" tactics
by realtors in racially changing NACWC,CONVENTION SPEAKERS -The National Association of Colored
neighborhoods and will Women's Clubs, Inc. recent Biennial Convention in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma had

courts force compliance or a new federal through housing the- I among its dignitaries from left to right; Mrs. Mamie B. Reese, NACWC President;

board. t Mr. S. G. Faubel, Canaveral Acres, Florida; Mr. Minton Francis, Housing Urban
The new legislation would f Mrs. Orville Freeman wife of of and
outlaw racial violence sod Development; Secretary Agriculture represen-
terror tactics to protect special tative of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson's National Beautification Program.Mr. .

civil rights activities. It Faubel presented the Association a deed to property as a gift from Canaveral
will change penalty to suit Acres in the "Golden Triangle" of Florida
offense and will out law interstate
travel for the purpose of The convention body passed a resolution that the Association adopt the National
inciting or taking part in Beautification Program as outlined by President and Mrs. Johnson.
riots or other ciril distur --- .-....
bances.Under. PARTNERS FOR PROGRESS On the occasion
the new plan juriesfor of the 75th birthday of Lewis S. Rosensteil, chairman
federal, state and local
courts will be selected from s and president of Scbealey Industries, Inc., Robert
federal system of random Powell, (left), assistant to the vice president of trade

selection from crosssectionof relations for the corporation, and charges "Chuck" To end defrosting forever and -" }" ,/IU".
population. Discrimination Williams, vice president of Scbenley Distillers Co.
will be outlawed. Literacy discuss Schealey's lone history of fair employment gain 50% more food storage space...
and other qualifications for
jury service will be retained. practices with "The Chairman." Just before this pic-
The law gives the Justice turn was taken, Williams presented Rosenstiel with a
Department broad and new flag that had been flown over the White House and set
authority to start federal lawsuits of cuff links on behalf of Vice President Hubert H.
violations.to block civil rights Humphrey, who was unable to attend the birthday cele. 1

bration. PUT A

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body of a :25-j'ear-
old man was found on the
sidewalk outside The Fool IN YOUR
at 1710 XW 70th St., Saturday : 4.
I y night. Miami homi- :
cide detectives are looking fora
suspect in the fatal slab :

bing.The IITCHEN '
victim who was identified 1PENGUIN
as Johnnie Frank
Davenport of 1302 N.\V.
62 Lane, was discovered by
Norman Allen 18, of 1362
X W. 67th St, police said.
Detectives theorkethat
t+ a
Da'mportl1S in an argu it.ti
mint with his assailant.II .
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 12, IV66 3

I' State NAACP Head and Earl Carroll File Districting Suit

Rutledge Pearson of Jacksonville tion Duval County.The in the May' run-off election, ,
president of the paintiffs allege that reportedly received over 52- f 1 I ,
Florida NAACP and Earl the Apportionment Act of 000 votes and lOst the elec-
Carroll of Miami have filed :March 9, 1966, does not tion. He alleges that had there fJW.i t
I suit with the United States provide for districts within been districts within Dade :
District Court and for Middle districts in regard to the County he would have won. :*
District of Florida, Jack- Representatives and Sen-
: sonville Division, questioning ators of Florida."
the constitutionality of They contend that theplan The suit is asking the
the Florida Apportionment is discriminatory in that its (ourt to declare the Florida X
Ad. does not "provide for equal Apportionment Act un-
Defendants in the suit are representation for equal constitutional and void, and
.., Tom Adams, secretary of numbers of people without that the Court apportion the
Q II' state for the State of Florida; regard to race, sex, economic State Legislature. It asks for
1 Martin Brateman, Super- status, or place of resi- a hearing before the Nov. 6 ,
visor of Registration Dade dence within the State of elections, and for a Declaratory ? ?' ,
+ County, and Robert A. Mallard Florida." J judgment against the
:'i Supervisor of Registra Plaintiff Carroll, who was defendants after the hearing. :: g,

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furnishingaa three-bed ward at Christian Hospital, Inc. with the presentation of the

"I.yx.,,, third and final check last week.The local chapter works with various other project,
)' as setup by the national projects committee. De Itas pictured in the ward are: Mrs.
Dorothy S. Love, member of the Board of Trustees of the hospital; Marie Roberts;

.t, Mrs. Dorothy Graham, out-going president of the Alumnae Chapter; Mrs. Valencia .
: Williams, chairman of the local projects committee; and Mrs. Gussie J. Ervin, newly (
elected president of the chapter. (The patient shown is Mr. Jackson, father of Ms- 1
dames Maydell Bravnon and Annie Ivey. '


Urge Let Kids Swim FreeSwiftly r

acting on reports eliminating the admission Sundays. t
that many Negro youngstersin chare.Accordin. During the Tuesday meeting (,
the central downtown district to Recreation of the board, 1,000 was
PARTNERS FoR LIFE,- Charles "Chuck" Williams (left), vice president of are not using the four Director James Hilton, the raised to help defray, the cost ,t
Schenley Distillers Co., clasps hands with his new management partners at Hamilton swimming pools in thier 16-cent admission covers of its operation.
Life Insurance Company of New York: Philip J. Goldberg, co-chairman of the area because of not being only approximately onesixthof In a special effort to lea- j
board; Baseball Hall of Fame star, Jackie Robinson, newly appointed cochairmanof able to muster the 16-cent the cost of operating the sen the possibility of racial f
the board; adn board member Samuel H. Moerman, chairman and president of the admission fee, the Emergency pools. trouble, the board has instituted ;
American Hawaiian Steamship Company. This big handclasping session took place, Community Action Board has The Board is requestingthat plans for a aeries of
,/ at a press conference in New York where the appointment of Williams, Robinson, called for an emergency meet pools open at nightson Labor Day activities and ia 1 1t
{ and Moerman were announced by Goldberg, who said theoccasi6n'was"an historic ing"" of the Miami City Commission week-ends. Presently, the seriously considering hiringa
first' in the integration of the Negro in top management of a life insurance com to consider extending pools close at 5:30: PM on man to work In the North- a
pany." swimming pool hours and Saturdays and at 5:00 PM on roots west level.section" on a "grass- ,.

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MIAMI TIMES Friday August 12, 1966 ".r
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher i
By Booker T. Ha es
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor Negro Easiness HereIn
WiLLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor r : .

OSCAR W. WEAVER Clrculatlon-Advertlslng Mon g.r THE MIRANDA DECISION r \> i Sad State

Member of the National Newspapers Publishers Association r
In a recent Supreme Court decision determiningthe (PART V) I.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES rights of individuals arrested for violations of ..- 1
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 here-to-fore
society, certain
civil laws governing our :
unpracticed procedures were set as ..guidelines for EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESBEING
Entered as Second Class MoH.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post arresting officials to follow. The ruling, promptly OVERLOOKED BY DADE NEGROESAs r
Office at Miami Florida; und.r the oct of March 8. 1876 dubbed 1.10Hranda decision stated in fact that all

Office of 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 persons arrested were to be informed of their con- reported the beginning of this series N
stitutional rights. The decision required the arresting business here in Dade County is in a sad state. The

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" officer to inform the defendent that he need not re- Dade Negro manufactures nothing and the businesseshe

The NEGRO PRESS believes thot America can best lead spond to police station questioning during the absenceof owns and operates provide employment for only a
the world from racial and notional antagonism wh.n It oc. to be made aware small number of his black brothers.
defendent was
cords to every mon regardless of race, creed or color his his attorney. The
,human and 'legal rights Hating no man, fearing no month of the fact that if he had no attorney or was unable to While he seems content to struggle along with
N.gro Press strives to h.tp.v.ry man In the firm belief that secure one he was entitled to free legal counsel. It limited profits to be derived from the operation of the
ell men ere hurt as longs Is held back. be informedthat an
anyone also that the individual
was mandatory overabundance of barber shops, beauty parlors,
any statement made by him could be used in his pool halls, beer and wine taverns and grocery -

THE STRIKEThe prosecution.This stores, he continues to overlook many excellent

crippling machinist-airman strike continues, decision by the Supreme Court, the highest business opportunities.For .

while the economy suffers. Attempts by the Presidentand tribanal in our system of laws brought a wave of pro estimate that there
example, we are
Congress have failed. and con statements from people around the country.
mately 40,000 Negro automobile owners in Dade Coun.
President George Meany and the unions are in Those voicing the greatest dissension were spokesmen -
charge of the situation, and knowing that November is for various police groups. The decision, they said ty. Hence, an estimated 40,000 Negroes purchase auto

election time, they seem to be holding all the cards.It would hamper police in their investigations of crimecr tags each year. The large majority of these tags are
seems as though the government should alwaysbe eating a lull between arrest and interrogation bene- purchased from auto tag agencies whose take is up to
in a position to control the situation in such an ficial only to the criminal. However, the validity of fifty cents on each tag sold. Surprisingly enough, there

' emergency;but it appears not to be the case at the pre their charge is yet to be proven. is not a single Negro owned and operated auto tag
agency in Dade County.
,sent time.
Senator Jacob Javitts (R., N.Y.) predicted that The prime function of the Supreme Court is to The result: There goes another $20,000 from this
within a year Congress will pass permanent legisla- interpret the laws of our land. Their duty is to determine side to the other side of the tracks, and out of circulation

tion to deal with strikes in airlines and other regulated as near as possible the original intent by the so far as the economy of the Negro communityis

industries.Let constitutional laws as they were intended by the concerned.We .
us hope some agreement will be reached and planners and writers. Decisions made by them are not
took time out recently to watch a linen supply
the strike called off. made to favor any particular faction, only as the
service truck make some twenty stops to service
law pertains to all Americans. Since the 1954 decision
owned and operated businesses on NW 15th Ave
THE WAR IN VIET NAM concerning school desegregation, the Supreme Court Negro
between 62nd and 71st Streets. Realizing that there
The news from Viet Nam is not encouraging, and has operated in a somewhat unpopular climate. Advocates
there seems to be little hope of an early peace.In fact of white supremacy have threatened all types of are virtually hundreds of Negro businesses operatingin
and the have Dade County which require a linen service, I got
the Pentagon sees the need for 750,000 American action including impeachment, justices
troops to win even in five years.\ been called everything including Communists, but as the feeling that this is another of the many highly
lucrative businesses the is overlooking. From
However President said "I don't the the edit of the Court has remainedthe Negro
Johnson in
see past where I sit, a barber's organization,' if there was one,
any change for the worse at all," and at home thingsare of the land. could set up a corporation within its membership and
going "reasonably well" in holding the line on In- and
raise the capital necessary to profitably own ope.rate
flation. Last week in what was termed compliance with a linen supply service.
Since the President is in a better position to know
the Miranda decision the Deputies of Dade Countywere
than we are, we must give way to his better Judgment. There are numerous other excellent business
issued their quiet cards. These are small white
Senator Goldwater there be victory
Barry says can a unnoticed the Dade
opportunities going virtually by
cards containing information informing the individualthat
in Viet Nam and the Communists cannot stop it.
Negro, among which is the operation of franchised*!
"Only half-hearted, unsure, divided policies of he could 1. Keep silent during police station
this administration can defeat questioning. 2. Have his attorney present. 3. Be sup- businesses.We .
us. plied free legal counsel if he doesn't have an attorney
MAYOR HIGH ASKS METRO'S HELP and 4. That be could be prosecuted for anything he read with great interest the article, captioned"A

Miami's asked says while being interrogated. The deputy is to issue $65 issue Billion Gold Mine" which appeared in the
Mayor on Tuesday Metro to take July of Ebony Magazine.This .
over operation of the following services. one of these cards to each person arrested and by so

Arterial street lighting,_ operation and mainte- doing inform him or her of their rights. article defined franchising as "nothing but

nance of bridges, neighborhood rehabilitation sad the the old chain store operation with a different twist, a

stockade. This method employed by the Sheriff's departmentwill system in which a large company "packages" and
If the county would takeover these functions and be considered by some as complete compliance, sells bits of its business individuals like yourself.

services that should be their responsibility, High but it will fail to reach a large number of Dade Coun-
said, "Miami would be able to reduce its tax rate be- tie's citizens. This is true because many of our citi- Instead of opening new outlets with'its own cash,

low what Metro says it should be." zens are unable to read or write. There are some amongus the "parent" company helps you to set up your business
High was referring to the suit filed on Monday in who would not know their own name in big bold with from $1,000 to $100,000 of your money, then lets

the Circuit Court, challenging the tax rate Miami has type, and needless to say many of our offenders fall you use the "parent" firm's name and trademark.
set for 1966-67. Metro claims the city should follow a into this category. This method is even more unacceptable Thus, you purchase your business for less than
i *- state law requiring it to reduce its tax proportion to for Negroes because of the alarmingly high cost of a conventional business and the parent firm-
the increase in assessible values. most assuredly not giving you something for nothing
property illiteracy rate. After having received the so called
i less
receives all with
the of chain
The mayor said he was prepared to meet with quiet cards many will be as uninformed as before. 11 investment." advantages a
other members of the commission to reduce the tax would be American to believe that once an arresting

rate. The rate set was $15.98 for every $1,000 of as- officer was made aware of the individual's ability to
sessed valuation. The article further stated: "You are in a sense
property read these rights would be explained to him, but in as taken firmly by the hand and given a wide assortmentof
much as the law itself states that ignorance of the law a
goodies which usually include financing, getting
offers no immunity it is
my opinion some guarantee that good location, receiving professional training to rua
Mayor Robert King High was endorsed for the office equal justice will previal for all should be forthcoming.This your business and a steady flow of advertising aids.

of governor this week by State Senate nominee In most cases, the parent firm also supervises your

Hall Davis of Quincy, who defeated Senator Charley article does not intend to imply that the construction, negotiates your leases, supplies field

Johns of Stark. Dade County Sheriff's Department would deny any 0 fits supervisors who troubleshoot on-the-scene problems,
Davis said: "I am looking forward to the leader- citizens constitutional rights, but I feel some solu- dishes up advice on bookkeeping and comes up with

; ship of Robert King High in the executive branch and tion as to how those individuals unable to read the ideas for new profits. In return for these valuable

the opportunity to work with the Dade County Dele-' quiet cards will be made aware of their rights should services you agree to make your initial cash invest

gation. With High as governor we will witness a new be made public. If no determined effort is made to in- ment, then pay-in some instances-a royalty on your
era in self-govemment-an era that will become an form the non-reading segment of their inherited privi- sales and observe rules spelled out for you in a contract '

epoch in the development, economy and efficiency in lege, the"quiet cards" will have been properly named. called a franchise (hence the industry's name).
state government and concern for the development of Such contracts range from a simple, one page me'

{s human resources." morandum of agreement to \ high complex documentsin

which the most minute details of your business

Ted Kennedy, addressing the annual con- Judge Stone issued an order that should be of -
ference of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference more than ordinary interestto parents in Dade County There are several franchise: business opportunities

in Jackson, Miss., on Monday, said that there and should be of some satisfaction to the community available here in Dade County, among which are
in general.It well known firms like Dairy Queen, AAMCO
should be a dramatic and massive program to help the Rubber
nation's Negroes. It should be on the scale of the $1 has been all too easy for teenagers and other transmissions, Inc., The Firestone Tire and nand '
billion a month being spent by the United States in irresponsible persons to secure pistols and other Company (Firestone Stores), Chicken Delight,

Viet Nam. weapons. There are just too many unnecessary murders others. .' A complete listing and further information.

"We may not have much time to spare if we are to going on in Florida. The law should be such and on Equal Opportunity Franchise companies operat obtained nor

{ avoid a racial crisis in this country,said the Senator.He punishment severe enough that order would prevail desiring to operate in Dade County may be
recommended crash programs for the summer and and we believe it will previal, if the law meted out by' from the Small Business Development center, 556 West

fall, such as swimming pools and parks in ghettoes, the judiciary.Judge Flagler Street, Miami. Telephone 3790735.If .

sprinklers for small children, typing classes, sports Stone's crackdown should help not only
minors but
t and summer jobs carrying these weapons. you can meet the requirements as stipulate
Some recent, most serious cases have been discussed part IV of this series, you might be able to purchase
-". and many citizens were surprised, and wonder a franchise business with "a Small Business
"Not that these will stop racial riots, although how: shch things could happen? Well, certainly we Development Center approved loan.
t they will, but because they are right and the decent can t tell. So right or wrong, we must leave that part
and moral things to do," said Senator Kennedy. of it to administrators of the law. There Dade
are technicalities
the layman will never understand. (Next weekSad State of Negro Business in
County not all business owners fault.)

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 12, 1966 5

Ductchie and Feddes, children of Mrs. Ruby La
Vier are vacationing with Mrs. Shirley (Williams) i
BHsez of Chicago and other relatives at Baltimore. A p


affS3 Visitors from Nassau who were the houseguests

of Jenice Russell are Patricia Lightbourne and children -
Cecelia, Laurel and Lynn.
wsot Moses Clemons has been installed as commanderof

Chapter 39, Disabled American Veterans and Ber-
T-lyre nadina. McLandon has been 'installed as commanderofthe Mrs. Mlcalla McDonald of NYC has closed her

chapter's auxiliary. summer home after a delightful stay in Miami. .C

r M
Kingsley Rahming of Nassau is the houseguestof

Mothe/ Bea Robinson.It Denise Sawyer, ,daughter of Clarice and Bill
Sawyer of Opa-locka vacationed at Springfield, Mass.,
e was a weekend at the Carlton House in Nassau Philadelphia and NYC.
for Roberta Cherry and daughter Debbie. } -_

[ Motoring to Kansas City, Chicago and Detroit Mr. and Mrs. James Riggins and family have
were Dave and Audrey.Wynn who visited relatives fora moved into their new home at 1270 NW 88th Street.
delightful vacation..

The James Woods Clan (Cleora Brooks, Myrna
Mr. and Mrs. James Carter and daughter Judy are Faye and Martha Copeland and David Floyd) motoredto
motoring to NYC for a two week vacation. Tuskegee to visit Dorothy (Woods) Richardson and

; Paul and Marie Taylor, children of the J. Hart-

,K : man ..Taylors are vacationing, with relatives. Paul is Get well wishes to Fritz Watkins at Mercy Hos
visiting is sister in Washington, D. C. and Marie is in pital. Freddie Clarke, Joyce King, Frank Clifton",and

Nassau.Fr.. Dorothy Burkes at Cel oars of Lebanon; Tony Fergusonand
I Geraldine Johnson at home.
Austin Cooper and Theodore Cooper were in .f
the last attend the funeral of their father.
city week to
and Daniel Patricia Knowle
Mr. Mrs. ( ) McKinneyand 8.
: children, Paul, Linda, Gloria, Phyllis and Danielof es ,kr.!
He from NYC Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Herbert to w.iWillisNigldower
re are NYC are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. SimonP.
visit their cousins, Estelle Cunningham and Alice Knowles of 2993 NW 50th St.
Hall. Nuptials

After a two week vacation in Jacksonville and
Florida Council on Human Relations entertained Rhine, Ga. the Eddie Lee (Geraldine) Lowery's have Miss Cynthia Williams, Aim Lee, the maid o[hono
friends at a picnic on Saturday at Haulover Beach. returned to their 68th Street home. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Howard Crawford c
Ray Williams of Miami and Miami, cousin of the brid
Wedding bells will ring on August 20 for Phyllis Judy and Tina Williams of NYC, nieces of the George Willis Hightower were served as best man. Usherin
married in Faith Lutheran was Phillip Raffael of Lo
Johnson and Leroy Williams, Jr.
Charles (Veronia) Williams are enjoying the sun and Church of Los Angeles. on Angeles.The .
surf. April 16, The ceremony was former Miss Willlair:
Mr. John Marshall of Bluefield, W. Va., is house- limited to close friends and was graduated from Califo.
guest of his daughter and son-in-law, the Charles Mr. and Mrs. James Carter and daughter Judy are relatives. nia State College at Lon
(Ann) Mitchells. motoring to NYC for a two weeks vacation. Given in marriage by her Beach and Is now a mcmb'
father, the bride wore a floor of the Delta Sigma The

Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Alban Ross (Crista- Lawrence and Carolyn Long are the proud parentsof length solo gown light of ivory empire peau design de Sorority.Mr.. Hightower I ill'

bell) are her sister Mrs. Elizabeth Spencer of Trini- a baby boy, Lawrence Edward, 5 lb. 10 oz. Congra- with an A-shape skirt. The alumnae of University r
( dade and Mrs. Olga Taylor and son, Terry of NYC tulations.Mrs. bodice has a portrait neckline Washington School of eng'
and cap sleeves. The neering and at University c
home from month's vacation in Chicago gown is delicately embroidered Southern California and ha
Returning a Odessa Ingram of Washington, D. C. is the
and Universit
with frosted pearls studied under the
is Mrs. S. H. (Fannie) Johnson. While in Chicago, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Dike Long. crystals in a floral motif of Maryland extension currh
she was the houseguest of Mrs. Bernice Cunningham. forming a panel effect. A ulum while working in %vai'
Watteau style train flowedto ous countries of Europe an
Vacationing in Columbia, S. C. is Mrs. J. B. Richard J. Strachan surprised his wife Lorraine a graceful ,chapel ,'Jcngth, Asia.The "
well-attended" and fifth
with a birthday' anniversary
Dressed in a soft pink couple plan a lat
(Ruth) Blacknell and Miss Sylvia Generette.- party in their new"'home Saturday night. Lorraine received floor length gown also of fall honeymoon in the sui
many gifts from those who attended includinga empire design and carrying rounding areas of one of th,
Rev. and Mrs. William Murray Jr. of Pomona diamond-studded wedding band. The couple is returning as her bouquet a simple long countries of Mr. Hightower''
. Park are in the city to be at the bedside of Rev. from a few day s in Haiti today. stem red rose, was Miss Toni assignment.
Murray's father, the Rev. William Murray Sr.

Denia Strachan of Daytona Beach visited her

Mrs. Dorothy Woods and son,Charles of TuskegeeJ! father, Richard, sister Louise Jackson and other rela- 2 Centers Reach
are visiting relatives and friends. A friend, Denine tives for a few days. She was accompanied by her Poverty
Johnson accompanied the Woods on the trip. mother, Edweia.Mr. .

Mrs. Rosa Lee Ferguson and grandsons Anthonyand and Mrs. George McClain of Kansas City, 5,000 People WeeklyThe
Antonio have returned from their vacation in Ohio. Kansas were the recent houseguest of Mr. and Mrs.

Daniel Boyer. The McClains are on their way to South war against povertyin need of help. They are al
Doreen R. Young returned to the city on Sunday America.Mr Dade County under the members of family units an
after attending the summer session at the Universityof s. Barbara Williams and son Tyrone along with Economic Opportunity Pro- thus represent more that
i Florida in Gainesville. Mrs. Bertha Parks are vacationing in Atlantic City, gram is affecting weeklymore 3.200 people.
ii Liberty City Center or
i New Jersey, and will be in attendance at the wedding than 5,000 people thru the other hand is h ndlin.an .
two of the busiest EOPI
f Samuel R. Stewart has just returned from a vaca- of Mrs. Parks nephew, John Lee Mayer.We Neighborhood Centers. average of 550 needy farm!
tion in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was the house lies weekly, representative
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. offer condolences to the Griffin and Cooke A survey indicates that of 2,000 people in the area
the personnel at the Culmer These totals include in
Leon Gresham, formerly of Miami. Mr. Stewart also visited families in the loss of their loved ones. Neighborhood Center at 490 center contracts; by far th
Lansing, Detroit and Windsor, and Canada. NW 11th St. is handling week- greater number represent
Bride to be Venda Rei Harris was pleasantly ly average of 865 people in out-center activities.
Clinton McCartney, son of retired Custom Officer surprised on Tuesday evening when friends gatheredat
Timothy McCartney of Nassau spent his summer vaca- the home of Gina Jollivette for kitchen shower
cation as the houseguest of Harold and Michael given in her honor. ,x; ; I:' ;;
Williams Clinton i* a recent graduate of St. John's KirilloH Realty Sakii Movts

College in Nassau, and is considering a career in The Earl Mizells of Opa-locks have returned to r7"''" ; '

pharmacy.Mrs. the city after vacationing in the Middle West. Boys, W FROM 6186 N1M2 AVENUE: I

Melba Nixon, and her twin granddaughters, Ralph and Errol were in camp while Dad studied. Then, To '152 b2i l QSt .
their vacationin the for visit to Cleveland ; IIL
Lynn and Lynda Williams are enjoying mother Ruble joined group a __ ..
New York. Lynn and Lynda are the daughters of St. Louis and Pittsbur before homecoming 2 DOORS FROM EDISON GYMNWe

Arleen and Joseph Williams.
Carolyn Johnson's family surprised her with a thank' yo. for tie. .any years wt lave served
Local sorors of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority are birthday party on Wednesday evening at their home you. We want to centime to serve yo, therefore, era
busily making plans for what promises to be the 8390 NW 18th Avenue. west keep .p with the progressive pace of our city.

fashion show of the year. They will again sponsor the Our move will .give you better service and coaifort
nationally-known Ebony Fashion Fair on October 23. (air condition). May the privilege of serving you con V

This social event will be held on Miami Beach, and I nun ii illinium nun iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiQ: If Me to bt Olrl.
to see : Our Motto "Qvality is constant aim. Service i
from its theme: "Colorbaloo, we can expect : : eMI f
exciting creations that will make this show one of Miami Times is or privilege.."
15th Avenue : Staff:
the most spectacular ever presented. 6740 +

Belated Birthday greetings to Billy Bullard. Miami, Florida 33147 r:: r'S

Your prayers are asked for Rev. William Murrayof Dear Sir: :-: I IMrs.

1866 NW 69th St. who is seriously ill. Rev. Murray ; Enclosed please find the sum of $_
is the father of Mrs. J. L. Dixon and Mrs. Florida M. ,
Murray. to cover tote; cost of a subscription to ::
the Miami Times ::
vacation in Los
Ruby Curry has returned from a "-"

Angeles and Mexico. Mail Paper To :: Shirley L. Mu.MMttzE. Mrs, Frwcts H.

Address : Jacobs ftooa1. Dawkins
Olivia Jenice Russell enjoyed a delightful vaca-
and friends. So did r
tion in Nassau visiting State Zip rode_
Bee Richardson and children Lovell and Lynette. 1 City -r-

Houseguesting with Mr. and Mrs. James Shannon Six Month $3 00 Oncy $5 00 Two Yrs. $9.00lllllimMtlllllMIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIlim:-:
areMrs.Luvine Young(grandmother)Alvenia(daughter), :

and Essie Mae Smith (cousin) of Atlanta. I

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,6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 12, 1966 .
! _____ _"" I"ft'Uj'h
""'I.\lJj "'T"""" Veterans 1
; ,
Disabled Hold
\ "' .. \ ,
-RICHM "'-'".' I I
OND' : Installation of Officers I

"i6t\1S! I Sgt. David W. Mullins Commander DA V A. I

Chapter No. 39 and its auxiliary Clarence J. Decker, past
tritrrgrgrrinuggrrrtiiriunrrruairriligrrlBy of the Disabled American department commander; O.
had Hugo Whitehouse, a't
Veterans once again attorney
Gwendolyn Laverne Ross an installation tha will be law, the principal speaker
about for sometime. Officers fot 1966-67
talked are:
AROUND OUR PARKS First District Judge Advocate Moses demons, commander:
James H. Hall and First Wayman Jackson, junior vice
Sumner recreation participants and their parent will District Commander D. A. commando r, Edwin B. Rogers,
I have an opportunity to glance back at their summer doings V.A. Placite Wells rapped the treasurer; Wallie L. Young,
. on August 9, at 8 o'clock when a summer review is presentat gavel 33 minutes late, awaiting chaplain James H. Hall,
Richmond Park.A principal guests. judge advocate; officer of the
The first part of the program day, Harry Nabbie; William

breezy summer night set the tempo for informal was the advancing of L. Jackson, Sgt. at arms;
jazz concert presented on August 4, in Frank C. Martin'. the new colors to be dedicated. Edc and II. Hanna, adjutant;
cafetorium at 8 o'clock. The band, the "Elors," was con- Thomas John son, three year
The color bearer for the trustee Aldin Everette, two
ducted by Ernest West of the Grove, in playing popular jazz chapter was W. L. Jackson years trustee; James S.
tunes and well-known pop numbers. This was another cultural past chapter com lIander Green, one year trustee.
program in a series of'them, being presented by the a Thomas Johnson, past S. V. Officers of the auxiliaryare
Richmond Recreation Department. Commander L. Turner, PastS. : Bernadina McLendon,
V. Commander D. A. V. A. commander Placial Wells,
S. V. Commander; Ruth Ever-
Jackie Fuller and St. Claire Jenkins represented Rich- and Doris Williams. JamesS.
of colors. ette, J. V. Commander; Bes-
Green in charge
mond Parks at Cutler Ridge Elementary School. This sie Murray, treasurer, Alma
The dedication was very
event was held in cooperation with the National Clown Baker, chaplain Eunice Mitchell -
Convention, commemorating National Smile Week. impressive.The .
second part of the adjutant; Arie Mae
program was the installation. Clemons, executive commit-
SOCIAL NOTESMiss The Ladies Auxiliary was teewoman; Clarice S. Littles,
installed first followed by alternate; Doris Williams,
Betsy Jones, a recent graduate of Union Academy Joy Yvonne Mundy, daughter of Reverend and the the chapter officers. The installing conductress; Loyela Turner,
in Bartow, is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- late Mrs. William Otis Mundy received her B. A. degreein officers were Ruth banner carrier; Mable Rogers,
mer Floyd (Alice) of 14115 Jefferson Street. sociology this week Bethune-Cookman College, Decker, Department S. V. hospital chairman.

Daytona Beach, Fla.

A lovely new home, 25 cooperative guests, and won- Joy, a graduate of Booker T. Washington Senior
derful entertainment set the stage for a housewarming in High School, plans to teach. At BCC she was member
horvjr of Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Pearson (Betty) of 11231 of the YMCA, Women's Senate and Pre-Alumni Coun- The winner of two round trip tickets to
, Dorsey Street. The warming, given by Mr. and Mrs. Walter
' Frierson (Jeanette) and Mr. and Mrs. Die tor Bain Helen) cil. Nassau, sponsored by the Fayson Club of

was held on a recent Sunday afternoon from 5 to 7. Rev. W. AME Church
t St. Paul :
F. Tanner of St. Mary's Baptist Church blessed the house
'' The Pearsons were the recipients of many fine ,gifts.
Central Life Insurance Co. ANN BRANHAM

Senior Scout Twila Hargrove of 15101 Jackson St.
i:l recently completed her four week CIT (Counselor in Train- Of Florida
ing) stint at Camp Winging Creek. Four weeks of training 7139 NW 16th Avenue
h ing for two years now qualified Twila for counseling younger ANNOUNCES ITS


). Little sub-deb, Gayle Anjannette Ross, daughter of
' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ross (Dorothy) celebrated her second
h, !
birthday with an informal party for her young friends ont :y -
Hospitalization furnished
Coverage the
t Sunday, July 31. on
I monthly or weekly premium basis. wi mvi IXCIUINT FOOD
k The Youth Council of Richmond Heights is con- ) VOM MVOKITIUAND
f I ducting a membership drive. Any person between the ages ---------
( of 13 and 19 is eligible for membership. Those wishing to Ages Covered--six months to 65 years of 1'S ItniSHMENICaVs
* join may do so by attending their next meeting on August age inclusive. -
::1 9 at the home of Robert Dawson, 75120 Jefferson Street.If .
further information is needed call Mrs. Queen Armstrong, \ Lounge & Restaurant:
( at CE 5-3224 of 1440 Tyler Street. The PTA of Frank C. Contract Covers hospital expenses includ- .
\ Martin Elementary School sponsor the'council. eooe..uoio N. W. 220 AVCNUK
ing ambulance services
i daily hospital room

1 The home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Raulerson (Evelyn) benefits, surgery and miscellaneous expen- OWNED: AND: O""ATII: : PHONKNE
of 15125 Jackson Street was the scene of a "getacquainted ses. By JAMCS e> NCALIK.YOUNGBLOOD 3-0316
party" for their nieces, Edna Maurice and Lynette
Drummond of Mississippi on Saturday, July 30. Co-hosting ----------
Cynthia Dennis of 14901 Pierce Street, led the guests in Post hospital benefits are available for a

dancing and games. small extra premium.

Following a two week session of camping, singing ---------- LIBvlT
handcrafts, and outdoor cooking. Camp Chowee closed its Our hospital coverage is flexible in orderto mrmmrmQ
doors on July 29 for the summer. The camp, which hadn't meet individual family income and needs.
been open for a number of years, was directed this summer
aided ---------_
by Mrs. James Crawford (Alma) Mrs. Crawford was
i I by her Scouts from Troop 503. They were: ,Pamela Brown, Joy See our representative today in your com- DOUBLE-EXCITEMENT SHOW
, Gray, Twila Hargrove and Sharon Hepburn. Campers from munity for additional information.
the Heights were Etta Knox, Valencia Knox, Stephanie a r

a Pratt, Tammy Miles, Anrea Sweeting, and Brenda Williams. CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYOF kRYS

; Brenda Brown, daughter of Mrs. Noral Brown of FLORIDA
14215 Madison Street, returned* on July 31 from a month's "YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY-
r study-tour of France. Throughout the week, Brenda attended
I t classes in French grammar, vocabulary and speech at the HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA
. University of Tours, France. On weekends she went on DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDEPROTECT
excursions with her other 28 student friends to scenic
spots (chateaus, Cathedrals, picnics.) Miss Brown also
participated in Bastille Day (similar to our May Day.) Bren-
' da's trip was arranged through the language department of
Palmetto High School. (More on Bredna's trip in another YOUR FURNITURE

Mrs. Sylvia Bryant, 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and b PLASTIC FURNITURE I
Mrs. Lonnie Bryant (Anita) of Palatka, is visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Dallas (Cora) of 11510 SW SLIP COVERS
142nd Street. .
e ..U.I
The Dallas' son, Wesley, 1966 senior class presidentat Mil WHYUAMNTIU RUISTANT I
Mays, left on August 8, for Fort Benning, Ga. for basic 4J f
military training. Following this, Wesley will atend Personnel HUM- ,,r .sod l
Administration School for the Army. .o.uur SNIP INS a, LRaYTIlIAU x
1 h'd fill .nl..TIS
o.r oa

R. H. Johnson of Martin Memorial AME Church House 01 Gretfhen {NONlWI
attended the Methodist Tri-State Convention in Jacksonville 7.5011

recently. Formerly Cretch n-Nichola. Plastic CoversfpDugies

August 14 is the date for a Million Dollar Wed-
Martin Memorial Church. The comedy, which is being coor- Guest Hous a. -
dinated by Mrs. Mary James, Mrs. Dorothy Hepburn and Mrs.
Olive Ware, is,open to the public. .- iii
C Tho/ houto>f unutuol room

Macedonia Church of God in Christ, 14600 Bethune ,' ", "'Kup us In mind'1' ) I .I j1TAE
., placo I ( ,
DriVe, celebrated its Homecoming program Sunday, August A"t ,,w ,ckallongo yow.to firl'
7 at 3 p.m. The members, past and present, gathered to i.,'; ,' f.'I..S..lnl,n etcomNTed.tions'I. btlUvjng : i ",
<< ,.cav. ) '
the church
rededicate themselves to and hear the sermon >
Yosie .
given by Elder J. C, Jackson of Gamble Memorial Churchof ne1' only "thl.l.'rothe( ,. V /- IiJ

God c. in Christ in Miami. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY GHASTLIEST RR R I

Mark your calendars, set your clocks for Wednesday, 634-3851
August 17 at 7:30 p.m.' Why Mt. Moriah Church in Perrine, JAMAICA DUCIE I
pastured by Rev. W. C. Edcar, is initiating its teenage Alw s II friend
communion on that evening. Interested teen church membersare
welcomed. The sponsor is Mrs. Nettie Chicks.


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 12, 1966 7

SBDC Seeks tt ft t[ '


Help Of Retired

Business MenIf

you we a retired busi
; i' BY DAVE BONDU nessman-no matter what type
: ::! of business you were inhere -
is your chance to be of
real service to your commun-
The Unofficial Mayor's race is over, and won, and ity.The ,
we are now preparing the big affair that will beheld Small Business Development -
Center established -
around the first of September. There are so many ass. part of the war on
people on vacation at this time, that we felf that the poverty to help affair would be a bigger success if held in September.We people witn loana to improve S.t .
will announce all of the details in next week's their business or establishnew
column. ones, needs your help.
Loan applicants weff
The twelve member Emergency Action Board that as loan reci tents wouls like
was suggested by our Commissioner, Mrs. Athalie to benefit from your experi-
Range, and carried through by the commissioners, has ence, in order 'to do better or
been enlarged to sixteen persons.. Margaret Brown and just make good.
Mayme Bondu have written letters to the and The Small Business Development .. ,. a .
city -- -- -----
county commissioners, and a few other people, aski ng the Economic Center Opportunity, part of TRI-COUNTY TEACHERS ATTEND FAMU WORKSHOP Several teachers

that this committee be enlarged even further, with Program, Inc., ia located at from Broward, Dade and Collier counties recently attended a workshop for junior

suggestions for making these members people of the 556 W. Flagler St. The man high school personnel at Florida A&M University. The workshop was sponsored by
real community (of all nationalities) who live to in touch with in -
; people get person
the Southern Education Foundation. Shown here at a round table discussion are, left
in the poverty pockets and people in whom other or phone, is Robert
Simms. See him or call him to right: Kelly C. Wilson, Northwestern High, Miami; Mrs. Dorothy Barnes, Lanier
people confide problems. We do not feel that the '
at 379-0735 and volunteerto Junior High, Hallandale; Dr. A. E. Teele, director of the workshop; Mrs. Marian P.
average, hard-working citizen or the "poolroom"type be the guiding light for Allen, North Dade Junior High, Opa-locka; Eugene Williams, Bethune High School,
teenager would confide in the persons selectedfor in need of
someone your ser-
Immokalee and Mrs. Alice M. Johnson, Lanier Junior High.
this board. They also feel that most of the persons vice. ;

chosen for this board are already "over-worked" and
committee and board that has been selectedby
on every PEARSON'S the
POWELLS VACATION HOST TO VISITORSMadam ful and that reception
the county and city so how do they find the was out of this world and a 1
time to really devote. to this much needed action? 'It I IN N. CAROLINAThe HOUSEWARMINGSunday M. M. McBride was I landslide, sayingt the dinner

is well known that the person who will riot on the afternoon was a host to out of town visitorsat was tasty and ,enjoyable and "
streets, does not read newspapers and will not standon Powells, Trar, Alta- very fine evening, full of her home,' 3278 Thomas that Miami is Indeed grand
mese and Gail rented a cottage Ave., who were in the city and they all are planning an
a corner and listen to someone talk. We must reach cheer and enjoyed by all in
at Fontanna Village, attending the Marshall-Cox earls return.
attendance at the beautiful
these' persons through friends who are not known to N.C. on top of the Smokey home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie wedding reception at 3220 Mrs t Walter Cox m is the
be a part of this committee. They should be as "un- Mountain. Gail and Altamese L. Pearson on Dorsey Drive. Thomas Ave., were Mr. and only granddaughter of Madam
dercover agents". with a direct line to ,action. They are making educational tours Rev. W. P. Tanner was thereto Mrs. Walter Cox Jr., parentsof McBride.
should be some of the very same teenagers who con- of the mountains each day bless the home and wonderful the brigegroom, Mrs. Madam McBride left Tues-
while Traz is playing golf. refreshments were enjoyedby Serena Marshall Evans and day for Boston and York,
gregate in the pool rooms, on our corners, in the re- Gail and Altamese visited all. sons, step daughter, and step Maine where she is vacationing -

cord shops, on the playgrounds; some of the beauty .Fontana. Dam, Smokey Mountain Lovely gifts were received son of Madam McBride and before continuing her
shops, barber shops, grocery store employees, in Park, saw a play, "Unto by the Pearsons that will aunt and uncle of the bride flight to LOS Anaeles. Cal.
of the Ashbury
these areas, etc. This is where the most informationcan Them Hills" on stage in be cherished. In attendance all of Jacksonville. as guest
come from, not to mention the regular night club Cherokee and Gail won first were many of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mar- Seatts for an indefinite stay.
prize in her age group for the Coconut Grove and Rich- shall, son and daughterinlaw -
and entertainers. They feel also, that the sug- "
weekin of Madam McBride pod
swimming. After another mond Heights areas. The affair -
gestion that there will be a riot on or before Labor the Great Smokies Alta was sponsored by Mr. Anthony McKnight, adoptedson
Day is not a good one. The power of suggestion 1 s mese and Gail shall visit in and Mrs. Walter Frierson of and also aunt and unclesof
terrific, and should not be given publically to help in Tallahassee to get in a few the Heights nad Mr. and Mrs. the bride, all of Tampa.On SKIN DISEASES
stirring something. The old saying is "let sleep- days of fishing while Traz Victor J..Bain of the Grove. Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
up shall fly to Miami to begin The traditional "Bless Houston Marshall Jr. ai\d
ing does lie." working with the football This House" was sung by Houston Marshall'HI, parents A new approach to treat '..
team at Mays High School. Mrs.'Wilma Rozier. and brother of'the bride and .eat and .11 cot II .
Several teenagers, in a few of the areas to whom *
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox Ill, based II i pec la Hi to
Mayme and Margaret have spoken, say "we are not bride and groom, joined the blood' aid laboratoryttii I
planning anything. We are content, because we have guests at Madam McBride for Alto
general practice.
,. dinner. Dinner was served at
parks, swimming pools, recreational facilities, no 'If .
2 The consisted
curfew on our activities, and can go wherever we have '. 'If' p.m. menu
If of fried chicken, hot rolls,
the moeny to go." Is this the talk of unhappy teens? ::.i. ; :: with all the trimmings and ice DR. H. HAAQ
We realize that there are some who will not get to go i Lat cream and cake. The guests PL 7-7214
to the movies as often as they like because of the ": departed for their homes
/;'a ; .t laying their stay was wonder-
money involved,but there are so many things our teens {' f :: ,
can do free, and they know it.This city is a "paradise"of .4.';<.,
things to do as compared to a great number of other : IJ'W' (;iI"f"- Any building I design will have

cities. We grant that there are those who do not take ..' 'v beauty and function, but always
advantage of our parks and recreational facilities, .
but they know they are there, and that is the core of 'II<> with the human touch. .

all that is going on all over the country. "I want to be that's a must."

able to go, if I choose to go." Have the freedom to

go, if I want to Have the freedom to ride on the I II The gin I buy is London Dry.Gordon's. .
front of the bus if I want to. But we still ride on
the back of the bus, even though it is good to know I It's always brisk,

can sit in front, if I want to. "If I want to" is dry and smooth..To me,

the key to the whole case. It has been proved that "
Gordon's is
when black meets white, green is the answer. The a must.

golf courses were integrated years ago, after being W fomt nt Jonn. A I A, ArchIKItmlChnmvn of the Botiti
integrated o Wes 5 dt Chamber Commerce ol(New YOlk Arch/iKIuntl Consultant on Lain Americt.Cordons :
After -
of they were
almost at the point bankruptcy. .....,.,..._A
they made a profit. Toby's restaurantcafeteria
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"black ; : ;
was the same way. The statement that I :

plus white equals green" has helped to make this a
better city to live in, along with the undisputable fact

that there are many northerners migrating here; many f

southerners migrating to the North, and many, many z

people of all races, creeds and colors make up our f
communities. One other thing, (and Mayme is through Bet you never thought I made 'em myself!! Bulky ;. ;

preaching) is that this should be a county matter, and bold, papier mache jewelry is the summer fashionhit f. :.

rather than a city matter, because Brown Sub and por- that's flying right into fall. The lightweight, easy- I: .
tions of Liberty City are in the county. With all the to-wear bracelets, earrings, and pins are easy and fun r

planning by the city, if something would occur across to make from Kleenex dinner napkins and a minimum of

71st Street or past 22nd Avenue NW, you cannot even other materials. There's no limit to gay color combiner r 4

call a city' policeman. We are not fighting the commit- tions or way-out designs that can be created to match I
tee, as such, and think that Mrs. Range's idea is a mood or outfit. I .i \
good one, but we feel it should be done on the basis

aforementioned, for better results.
where they are appearing for four weeks: and Cleve-

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Gay Perkins land for two weeks; then back to the local scene 1
The big benefit for Jimmie Glover, that was thrown by 1 d

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: William Bell Alan Rock at the Seville the other night was a huge
success. Everybody was there, and did their part. It

GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Oswald Heastie was heartning to see so many, many entertainers, _
from all over, at such worthy cause Jack Prince, _

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT Went to the open- Carol Joyce and Jeff Addams are slated for Freeportin

ing of Joe Williams at the Eden Roc. He is still the the near future Iota Phi Lambda Sorority is ORDON I
greatest Clyde Killens' Night in Nassau to be taking over the Nil for their convention next week.

held at the Island Club on Saturday, August 27, is al- Mayme wanted to go with them, but the ship is already R '" r DI UEOA.
do not have your tic- booked solid. Seems she and a few others have)
most a complete sellout. you .': ... GIN
kets, you'd better get moving with your fingers crossed, to go on the SS Florida and meet them in Nassau Cm,created in : I
because might not get them Jeff addams is Helen Bush has taken off for West Virginia to see her London. England 1769
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It the biggest seller in England.
swinging at the fabulous "My Place" on Biscayne folk for a week. America nd Iht world
Blvd across from Gulfstream. Y'all come! The That does it for another week. Till the next one, PRODUCT OF U.s.A lOOUUIUl[ SPIRITS DISTIllED fROM GRAIN 90 PROOF CORDONS on GIN co..l1O..lINDIN N.I.THE i.
Akins Trio left Sunday for Washington, D. C. Uve. life every, golden minute of it. Peace!
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by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExeculiveDlrectorNatlonai.
REGISTER upholstery class at
Mays is still making progress.
Urban League
. Mrs. Beatrice Cooper of the

class wishes is to moving her and away.may Best God BUSINESS' ROLES IN SLUMS
NOW! !
be with her. She will truly be American business has a well-earned reputationfor
missed by all.Services efficiency and ability to turn a profit out of the

E: at the Mt. Mori ah most unlikely enterprise. It is also beginning to rea- d
Church renderedby
Baptist were lize that with wealth comes responsibility and many
the associate minister,
.. :<: .tk ) the Rev. E. Long, which were companies are doing well in olening up expanded op
. quite inspiring. On their sick portunities for Negro workers.

. \W Air Conditioned Cars list at their homes are SistersE. But industry has a long way to go yet, before it
Long Hattie Conley, Clara -
: fully lives up to its social responsibilities; Ideally

. \ Williams.Bryant In and the Bro.hospital Herbert are American business would like to make a profit and

Deacon Johnnie Jones and perform a social service at the same time. Such an
to take you and Sister Lillie Harris. Let us opportunity xists in rehabilitating slum housing.At .

all remember the sick and a time when business finds that the billionsit

.. / i/ shutins. has pumped into foreign ventures are slow in earn-
. ? ing a fair return as start-up costs and the costs of en-
return to hoper HURST CHAPEL AME
you your Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor tering a new market abroad eat into earnings, many

Mrs. Laura Adger, reporter companies might look with profit at the housing in
Sunday was MissionaryDay their own back yards.
and all were inspirationally -
.. inclined. After devotional Every city on the nation has its share of dilapi..
.. service the pastor turned dated buildings, decayed with age and neglect, which
.. the service over to the ladies. house the poorest people in the city who cannot
The junior choir and ushers afford better. Often these slums house Negroes who
were in full force with Mrs.
afford better but off from the market
. +: James as their leader. The can are cut open
- supervisor, Mrs. Allen, pre- by discrimination in the sale of rental housing. New

. sented the speaker, Mrs. York City alone has more than 330,000 apartments in
. Ethel Lawrence who spokeon buildings which were erected before 1901 and an-
.. the Mission. Mrs. R. Marshall -
.... Call VOTER REGISTRATION OFFICE rendered a solo and other 825,000 apartments almost that obsolete.
. Mrs. Lula Cleveland gave a The nation wide market for rehabilitating these .
reading. substandard structures could run to over $30 billion.

. Phone:7575165DON'T This is an enormours market, one which few companies -

... can afford not to enter. One company has major

. already done so in a well publicized project.

.. }1e" The U. S. Gypsum Company bought several
. buildings on East: 102nd St. in New York's East
} Harlem. Using refined construction techniques, they
. p1A1GP stripped the buildings down to its outer walls and then

. AVOID THE RUSH rebuilt the interior-clean, modem apartments. When

.. one building was finished, they moved on to the next
. thus avoiding large-scale disruption of the neighbor-
. hood. Three-fouths of the new apartments were rented

.. to the tenants who lived there before.Of .

.. course rents went up, but the tenants were
. I Open House Barbecue Boosts Boysfown FundMembers certainly getting more for their $80 than they were for

r C. $40. The new owners also hired a project manager
. who made it clear that repairs would be made and
. of South Flor- Abe Diamond, a food industry Mr. Diamond became in- Chartered in 1964, under .-
.. ,II ida's food industry are join- executive,has prevailed terested in Boystown after ., the directiont>f Miami Bishop that the buildings would be not allowed to lapse into
.. ing forces as hosts fora Bar upon three associationsIn hearing a recent talk at a Coleman F. Carroll, thier original state. Th'is concern was transmitted to
.... becue Chicken Dinner and his field to work as an ef- Food Service Executive Association Boystown is home to 32 the tenants who take great pride in their new homes,
.. Open House to Benefit South fective force in assisting the meeting. The homeless boys from all partsof thus proving that it is neglect by slum ;andlords that
. Florida Boystown on Sun- Diocese of Miami's insti- group, he explains, was considering South Florida.In breeds neglect on the part of the tenants. The comp-
. 'day, Aug. 21st. tution for homeless boys. assistance to a similar addition to spaciousand
. our-of-state when any expects to turn an 8 per cent profit on pro-
facility comfortable
... they were informed about the that are air conditionedand living quarters gram, and the benefit to the city is that at least one

.. existence of a Boystown In heated,the facility boasts slum block is on the upgrade.
.. South Florida.The baseball, football and soccer Similar projects run by non-profit groups backedby
.. food men, includingthe fields; basketball and tennis federal mortgage insurance are also underway.One .
... Florida Restaurant As- courts; a swimming pool and such,' on'114th Street in Harlem helped explodethe
. sociation of Greater Miami, gymnasium as well asachapel '
such useless
. myth that: rehabilitating projects are
Club of Greater
. Epicurean for the spiritual nourish- because slum tenants will destroy the new i improve-
. Miami and Food Service Executive ment of the boys.
. ments. After eight months of they are as
.. Assn. are providingthe Above all, according to .. occupancy
.. essentials for the barbecue Father Neil J. Flemming,di- fresh as the day they were first occupied.
.. which gets underway at* 11 rector of the home, the boysare When landlords demonstrate concern for their

... in the morning and continueto surrounded by people property and provide tenants with the services for
.. tf 6:30 in the afternoon. who care. which they pay rent, tenants will keep buildings in ...
. Proceeds will aid in the The gounds at S.W. 137th
. their original state. It is when people pay hard earned \
establishment of an educa- Avenue and 120th St., In
... f tional trust fund which will southwest Dade, has room dollars for rat infested dwellings that despair reigns
.. not only provide technical for expansion. Father JamesX. and they no Ion get care about anything other than

.. training for some of the boys Henry, assistant director, sheer survival.
.. but help with part of the academic disclosed that groundbreaking When the potential profits of slum rehabilitation

.. < pursuits of others in will take place in the near begin to sink in, and companies take advantage of

.. institutions of higher learn- future tor two new buildingsto this new opportunity, a new face will be upon the

... ing.Admission double the housing capa- nation's slums. This is clearly a case ,where the
. for the all-after- city to sixty boys.
. noon event is two dollarsfor self-interest of profit seeking can combine with the

r.. adults and one dollar GIVES POINTERS ON social responsibilities of corporate citizens to up-
.. s r for children under twelve.In grade the communities from which they earn their 1
.. addition to tours of CONSUMER livelihood for the benefit of all. {

.. .;' the facility, a program of EDUCATIONFirst This is of course, no panacea for the nation's I
. any entertainment will feature a
.. housing ills. But expanded business interest in housing :
. Battle of the Bands, pittinga efforts at Consumer
. rehabilitation national fair housing policy which +
. dozen or more rock 'n roll Education in Dade County's
.. site s?, 114' local combos against each forbids discrimination in the sale of rental of homes
target areas for the war on
... other. On hand to add color poverty were made Wednes- and apartments, a determined program of building ,
.. : will be a Radio Station day, August 10 at 8 p.m. in offices, cultural centers, and other huge civic de- ,

.. WQAM disc Jockey. the Liberty City Neighborhood velopments in the ghetto, the rent subsidy program,
. Homestead Alrfdrce Base Center, 6709 NW 15th
large-scale building of low-income housing, and other I
! will provide a United States Ave. Mrs. Anna fern, newly
.. 9J #i Air Force display of a plane- appointed specialist in Con- devices must be used in tandem to change the shame- '

.. scp_, guarding combat team, as sumer Education for the Economic less housing situation afflicting our cities. I
.. ......-. -........._..-w well as a para-rescue team Opportunity Program, Private industry has the choice of leacing action s
. "
.. rr demonstrating the use of used a workshop with residents to the federal government or exercising its initiative'and
.. equipment used in rescue mis- of the area to give expertise in attacking the problem of inadequate r
. them their first pointers.
. sions. housing and deteriorating cities. tAUTO
.. here ICan Other entertainment will be

. was furnished Miami Seminarian's by the Diocese Club of CENTERVILLAKINDERGARTEN t I Iv

; and Boystown residents un-
. der the direction of Steve INSURANCE ; -
5861 H.W. 17TH
and William Ra- "
?Ask the bom-and- Staudmeyer Check law lower rata and fuuadaf, .' I
. a Scotch actually taste good mirez, third year theology CERTIFIED PERSONNEL our easy
.. bred Scotch drinker They've been smacking their students at the Major Semi- ,; IMMEDIATE SRitt FILING, .**; ,, i1'

lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand nary of St. Vincent de Paul, HOT LUNCHES Bring,this ad to our.office and rccchni *"fV*,._*..gift ff'. Jii i '

old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue,"Take a Boynton Beach. PICK-UP SERVICE D. Goodman' 'and Son, lac*" "

peg of Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say Steve, of Chicago, 111.and REGISTER NOW "In uranc., R.*l. Eatwtt,' Mortgage",-".. t' I !
] the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose Dill a member of St. John 691.1196 OR 696-3802 ,: BtunMM .mmnUr AH Popto n .
taste is gentle, and whose price is light. the Apostle parish I Iliulcuh, 1268S NW 62nd Sreet OX ,
M.I WOOF.IMPORTED IY JAMS M.McCUNN ft CO..INC..N.Y. assist have both u IJoybUwn bcrii ustigncd: dulng"to, Mrs. R. E. Copilond, Sup. t =,.r .,. I.... _.:1 ?,. ,., \. 104"I, I

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Michael Frank served as garet Hart; volunteer work- tions. presented w
Master of Ceremony for the a plaque by the
ersSandy Johnson and An exhibit of campers JESCA staff for his work. -
culminating activity of the Sherrl Matza; and NYC crafts was. displayed at the A parent Mrs. Grace Mc-
James S. Scott
Community Adies Jamice Fisher,Geor- rear of the auditorium.Best Rae made the
Association's 2 months of presentation.
gia Hill,Willie Mae Mitchell, Camper awards were In her remarks she "
camping held last Thurs- said, GLAMOU.IZE-
day night at the James E. Rose Smith, and Mrs. Dolores made to Junior Camper "children loved himparents r= |
Scott Homes Auditorium Mosley. Eight field trips Renne Bryant Kim Cole- trusted him, staff members
jQne hundred twenty-nine were made during the sum- man, and Diana McCartney. respected him for a job well "
The schedule thank done." I. WIGS !
children- 1/2 to 13 parti- mer. daily was Special was given to
cipated in Midget and Junior from 7 A.M. 5:30: P.M. Mesdames Roble Brownand Closing remarks were .
Camping. Junior Campers, age 7- Elizabeth Sutton, dieticians made by Miss Olive Alexander -
Midget Campers presented 13, met at Liberty Square who gave generously of their Executive Secretary .00
a program of Indian from 8:30-4:00. Their program time and talent beyond the for the James E. Scott Com- $69

songs and dances. They were included swimming, call of duty. munity Association, an
field dramatics crafts Mr Hubert Gill part-time agency which has !
also responsible for the costumes trips served the V
and bus driver for the past four community well
and props for this trips. for forty $10 downS
production number. Duringthe Charles Baker served as years who is retiring, was years.

camping experience heldat Camp Director assisted by
the James E. Scott Homes, Lawrence Adderley. Coun- $ week
these 66 youngsters aged selors were Lena Bethel,Ka- loose per
.2 1/2 to 6, enjoyed daily ren Holmes and Patricia Mc-
programs of free play, de- Faria rd. Farley Neasman, IMPORTED HUMM HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY
votions, arts and crafts, Jr. was the volunteer worker.
music (rythms, 'singing and Aides included Jacquelyn Free Shop At HMM Stroke
dancing finger play and Bale, Janice Floyd Mary
games both Indoor and out- Hollingshead Benny Jack-
door. Mrs. Bennie M. Stirrup son, Thomas Finder Sheila
Head' Teacher for Day Rogers, Carolyn Smith Robert -
fare Center tl served as Spann, and Alfred Tho-
Camp Director. Staff members mas. The Junior Campers
were Mesdames Inda presented dramatic skits improvisations r
Black shear, Dolores Sands, Interpretive '' } '
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I pot' pourri regular The meeting Musolites at held the lovely their C1 'Y

home of Mrs. Thelma Aranha, ,
14680 Bethune Drive, Rich D a
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,By Btththtba E. Don mond Heights, July 30. The [ w' IANOlfi .1N 1SNU
<4>' \\, house was ooen for unfinish- w. US M,,. .I AVrNU. AI fNh fT : MIPIrrlr
I .' \; \\ business and new business
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How have you prepared yourself this summer for guerite Miller presiding. A 111111111.lllllllltCIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII"
beautiful poem on Friendshipwas I III ....
I chool? It is almost time for school to begin and it is read by Mrs. Dorothy ( MW .u o; GINU'NI =
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etting near the time for us to bring our summer act!vies McKellar. r A BATH NAtUIALLY AOID tKDltE =
to an end. Plans were then made fora : F?.. "=., '" ",. ....-"" lrG D LAMB rr

Many of us undoubtedly want to continue then gether night party of to fun be and held get-to-at the :_: : .."' r. ,,:'. .;,J,:/, STANDING Id =_

we had this summer even though school has begun. home of Mrs. Ann West, : ,\. la 65 =

[ owever, it is of great importance that we be preparedstart 27.10965 You Perrine and yours Drive are invitedto Aug. errs '. _",-', '1' -=
school in the Remember the f
proper way. only "
come and enjoy an even- : \ =
to success is through a good education. = f '
lay ing of pleasure with us. rs
When summer vacation is over, we must be capable Other business was left pend- .. / PURL OItK =e1en
preparing ourselves to adjust to school again. Of ing. = -_.._ S Se lOLL =
After the meeting a delicious oo MAU TRIMMED JKSX IAUSAGI -
urse, we had a terrific time visiting relativesd r
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friends, attending parties and swimming thisrminer. the hostesses Mesdames = fULL cut BOLOGNA .r
However, we must lay aside all of these ac- Thelma Aranha, Helen Stra- STEAK i
vities for next summer. chan, Ann West and Geneva ROUND 59.en
Henry. We than celebratedour '
Everyone is excited over the summer, and he is ifith anniversary.A 5 IIRLOIN!" 111 D1AST 5

get to share his excitement with a friend. Imagine movie was shown of all en BOTTOM ROUND =
cry student sharing with another student the activi- members which'was enjoyed, M ,
also grab-box passed TRUIIZ.'ARMER aOY ,': 5
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s they participated in this summer. The teachers vaNa
around and everyone receiveda w''p1NALP = NLANBONELESS ,.
uld not be able to instruct their classes for ,-u us.
ex- little token.
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classes quiet, will mean less time for lessons. Leatha Williams were absebt. = HAM 49" a = ;

y students are proud when discovering that the Those present expressed G_ Itll. nmMLCON.IN 'T u.55e 1 1CHEDDAR -- \
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delayed. begin conver- themselves as having enjoyeda \
ions to help in delaying the teacher of plans for lovely evening: Mesdames GLASSES iTAT[ A.D CHlES aNA11P. 7MAMMOU" 9 err.
class. Remember you are in need of the educationthe Hattie Aaron, Thelma Aran ICE TEA ,
ha, Sadie Beckham, Geneva MOD.NJuM.O D.LN ffjSLSffl' 'iY
teacher.If tl[[ CHIISI
Henry, Louvenia Knox, Dorothy tf OL.. vOCADO' auM MUINI1D 11ATN NAWN Q -
you have some interesting thought to shareh McKellar, Marguerite / '.mrer COLONLD.LA.e OOLDAND /ATN&JICII""RANKS59s lUCID BACON =
Miller, Mattie Newton, Marie ALL MIA'
friends vacation it would best /
your concerning your [ NOM[COO'
Randolph, Helen Strachan, ... I"XIOIIILD NOML WONLO NAN XouNenITrL[ =
that you contact your friend now, and tell of the Ollie Williams NO.W'A- STYLE .uPNIM i E
Ann West
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.,iting summer or wait until after classes to tell him. 'Geneva Wilson,' and Willie COINED 69 ROAST amliilillllllllllllllllllllllllllllillf TONOUE -
3w your friends and teachers that you have grown ups Mae Wri ght. :

summer by carrying yourself in an intelligent man- Next meeting will be held
Oct. 30 at the home of Mrs.
You will be setting an example for your friends. Dorothy McKellar, 5378 NW

Also, remember to begin purchasing some of the 29th Ave. "All for one and 1 1 C H 'Q 49 OZ.
gs you will need this school year. Such items as one for all." M. Randolph, c FRUIT 1 GIANT

ebooks, pencils and paper are necessities to any reporter. DRINKS N-o un.:. BOX

udent. Be sure that you are well equipped with these r _
bool tools, so that you will not have to bother a

ssmate on the first day of school. Carver 1 N

Remember, those who usually have a good start

those who are more successful in school. Start I'Ranches

1 liool right by preparing now.Jack's DLL MONTE DEL MONTITOMATO


fry Walter Bow ..... a sans PEAS 1..z.'I IIOZ. DS 6 :: :. g g
Mrs. K. Stebbins of West NO/ITNNN 1.05.
Hollywood is visiting relativesand SPAGHETTI IIOZ.
1 "MR. JACK" friends in Atlanta, Ga. for RED KIDNEY ..... I'... h"
FOB ten days.Miss .

? The Very Latest in Men's Fashions Albertha Strachan,

James Strachan, and little
ITALIAN: SHOES 1001. 371 1.Oz. 31 0 'lox. 35i
I David Strachan, are vacationing .OX
44 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, FloridaFOR with her brother, Leonardand p E T

.1, his family in Washington,
D. C. Miss Strachan is an ttrAraf
elementary teacher at Cochran Al.NrILK
High School in Cochran, Ga.

r.ir SALE HOUSE Congratulations to Mr. Ed- / HELLMANWS VITA .0L..TL,
ward Armstrong on the opening IAKTILLOW
of Ed's Bar-B-Q Grill, for- HUNTS "sT
By 4 bedroom, CBS, carporteorn.r merly Harris' Pit Bar-B-Q at CLING JAR 491 k.4 JUICE 1S
odem, CBS horn, two lot 42nd St. and Pembroke Rd
on the comer oUlarris'Guest
tdroon, two bath, garage, / (A L
and .
pump city water, House in West Hollywood. "oz. CAq3II19c
I la room, central fuel heat dish washer. $1,500 Stop when you are out riding, FORK IN
J id air, fence, shutters, down, balance $11,500. and say hello to Ed. IARBEOU! '
w down if right party. SAUCe .
Comrade Ralph Seymour is IAN oz. CAN
See it at: still on the sick list at the !
2320 NW 81 Street P L 8-2268 Veterans Hospital in Coral .", nticct aooo
Gables. He reported Tuesdaythat I
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These are Brand New 3 Bedroom Homes SERVICE TERRY : CORN : -
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3231 NW 13 Ave. $500 down. 2 CBS houseson PL 8.3901 AL.-
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday August 12, 1966


Mrs. Olive Matthews, of 447 Rev. Zeph Ambrose of David Johnson, 11971 SW
her Apt. 12 died 214th: St., Goulds, died Aug.
N.W. 10th St. died at 242 NW 12th St.
held in the
2. were
CARDS IE RORIALSDEATHS home August 4. She was a Aug. 6. Rev.Miamian Ambrose and former was a Coconut Grove chapel Mondayat

ploneet Miamian, having pioneer 2:30 p.m. with burial in
of God
since 1911. Survivors pastor of the Church wife Mattie 1
lived here Ct. Paradise. His ;
-. are two daughters, located at 1821 held NW SaturdayAug. 2nd daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Harris;

IN MEMORIAM CARDOF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Dorothy Matthews and Services. 13 will at a be time to be an- 2 sons, David C. and Albert,

family of the late loving memory of our Mrs. Winifred Brooks; one nounced at the Church of God and 1 survive.sister,Mrs. Lesha John-

In memory of our beloved mother, sister Mrs. Lillian Johnson; on 18th St. and 2nd Ct. with son,
LEONARD C. POWELL one great Rev. Leonard Joseph, pastor
father five grandchildren;
wish to take, this method of relatives officiating. Remains will repose Mrs. Emma Lavant, 351
showing their appreciation to : '_ grandchild; other in the chapel beginning NW 16th Terr., died August 3.

friends for the many cards, .. and friends. Services were 2 p.m. on Friday. Survivors, Remains 'were sent to Glen-
telegrams,flowers,visitations .iI. .. :; held August 8th 4:30 p.m. at include 3 sons; Joseph; Carl ville, Ga. for final rites. One

and help to the family during ", J St Paul A.M.E.J rch. and Zeph Jr. and several other daughter, Mrs. Viola McCloud,

the recent bereavement. .! relatives and friends. with whom she lived and one

6. ?qt Special thanks to the House .... Luke Stanley, of 2243 N. son,James Ems of Glennville
of Albert for its excellent 1 are among survivors.
.. W. 58th St. died at Jackson Baby Boy Fowler, infant
service rendered.
,..f '.J. Memorial Hospital August and Mrs. Richard
I '. ... son of Mr.
Willie Powell, wife Mrs. Alberta Hood, 785
t t 4th. He had lived In Miami
Fowler of 2020 NW 65th St.
Gaddy Rawls, son NW 44th St., wife of Roy
And Family s. since 1944. Survivors are died Aug. 3 at Jackson Memorial Hood, died. August 3. Other'.urvivors
:'J. Ms widow Ethel; one son; Hospital. Graveside include a son Leroy -
f\\. two daughters,four brothers, services were held Wed. Aug. Roberts; mother Mrs...Julia

.... Moe, A. C., Willie and Jack 10th. Roberts; five sisters; "five
"" .' Stanley; three sisters, Mrs. brothers and two grandchildren. -
Services were held Mon-
Lillie Mae Mrs. Min-
IN MEMORIAMIn MRS. ANNA BROWN day 11 a.m. from the Pente-
nie Balot and Mrs. Layan MANKER. .
who departed this life August costal Church, Elder J. Mc-
Y loving memory of my 9, 1965. Tomely; two nephews, AC. Ben Hanna of 2330 NW 74th Pherson, pastor. Burial in

husband, We miss you so much. and Willie Lee Stanley, oth- Terr died July 27 in Jackson Evergreen.
er relatives and friends. Serv Funeral serviceswere
Gone but not forgotten. We Hosoital.
loved you but God loved you ices were held Wednesday, held Saturday, Aug. 6 in Johnnie F. Davenport, 7901
best. Agusut 8th In the RangeMe- the chapel. Survivors are his NW 17th Ct., died August 6.

-.....-- Mrs. Mammie Buford morial ChapeL widow Lizzie, six daughters, He is survived by his mother,

DEACON SPRY R. DAVIS Mrs. Ruby Brown M Lola, Lisa, Stella Louise Mrs. Blundzell Davenport; 3
Mrs. Ollie Cook Virginia Ann Ollie Bell andLizzie children; 2 brothers; 1 sister:'

who departed this life, August Mrs. Mattie Jackson, Modal Mann, of 2946 N. Ann. two sons Jessie an aunt, Mrs. Mattie Dale, anda
11, 1964. 1 James and Ben Hanna fattier grandfather, Mr. Homer
SamDaughters W. 47th St. died August6th
One sad and lonely sisters, six brothers a
Lampley. Services will be
Sam Brown, son at Palm Springs General and other relatives.
year has been so empty with Survivors are his conducted Saturday at 3 p.m.
out. Hospital. from St. Luke Baptist Church,
There is an open gate at the widow Nurse Juanita Mann; Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor.
end of the tdThrough two daughters, Fannie Mann

which each must go I CARD OF THANKSThe and Mar Tooks;one granddaughter Harry Martin, 1542 NW HiTerr

alone I family of the ; one grand-son; Woody Chambers, of 1132 was killed when struck

And there is a light we cannotsee I J JAMES MORGAN three brothers, Grady,Willie N.W. 37th St., died at Jack by an automobile August 6. A

{,. takes this method of expressing and Benjamin Mann;two sis- son Memorial Hosptial August : sister, Mrs. Dolly Preston of

Our Father claims his own. .j thanks and appreciationto ters, Mrs. Elnora Brown and 5th. Survivors. are seven Calif. and one brother, William

I still love you. ; i the many friends for cards, Mrs. Mary Ward; an adopted daughters, Elizabeth John Jackson of West Palm Beach ,

letters and other acts of daughter, Gloria Mann son, Phyllis Beaty, Wiste survive. Arrangements are in-

Louise Davis sympathy shown during their and other relatives and Polite, Mary Chambers, complete.

And FamilyIN :. bereavement. friends. Services .will be held Fannie Chambers, Lula Bell
Special thanks to Rev., Walter Lee, 14141 NW 24th
Saturday 1:00 P.M. at Mt. Robinson and Bernice Phil-
Ave., Opa-locka, died August
Williams Range Funeral
Carmel Baptist Church. Rev. lips; one son, Samuel Lee
.. Home for their kind service. 7. Services were held Wed-
Acheson officiating. Chambers; 16 grand children in the
MEMORIAM "" -.w.w Mother and ChildrenIN nesday at 3 p.m. Opa-
AUGUSTUS GREEN REED ; 4 great grand childrenand locka chapel with burial in
In loving memory of our other relatives and Lincoln Cemetery. Two sisters
who this life
husband father, grandfather 17 1965.departed August Mrs. Mary Writht, of 1936 friends. Services were held Mrs. Mozell Johnson and Mrs.

Montez Reed, wife MEMORIAMIn N.W. 57th St. died August5th Thursday August 11th 3.00; Roberta Smith are among his
at Jackson Memorial P.M. at Antioch Baptist survivors.
And Children sad butlovina memory of
dear mother and Hospital. She is survived by Church.
Mattie 0. Reed, mother our grand
her husband Dennis Wright. Willie E. Tullis, Jr. young
grandmother .
great son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie E.
There local services.
were no
LENA HIGGS Tullis Sr.of 1805NW6th Place.
IN MEMORIAMIn She was shipped to Macon, Mrs. Harriet Gibson Carey, died August 5. Chapel ser-
who' departed this life August Ga., for final: rites and Inter- of 2130 N.W.153rd St Opa vices were conducted Friday.
1 memory of 11, 1965. Life has been so, ment,' '" "4 Locka died August 9th at her Burial in Lincoln.Mrs. .
empty without her. May her
home. Survivors are one
soul rest in peace and light
perpetual shine upon her. daughter, Cleoria Glllens; Olivia Williams diedat
Mrs. Birdie Mae Burns Bain, three sons, Samuel Vernon home, 10020 Hibiscus' St. ,
Mrs. George Frickews, Mrs. of 1000 N.W. 1st Ave. Apt and Wesley Carey;one sister, Perrine, August 9. Her survi-'

Carolyn Ferguson, Mrs. 11 died August 4th in De- Mrs. Julia Strachan; one vors include her husband, Don,

pf k Virginia McCloud, Mrs. troit, Mich. Survivors are brother Samuel ',,two daughters, Mrs. Annie M.
Betty Dingle, daughtersMr. two brothers, Rev. George Gibson; one.Hagins and Miss Fannie M.
Hilton Mr. Mary Simons 4 grandchildren
Higgs, James ;
Williams brother Paul
Bums and David Burns;two ; one ,
Hlggs and Mr. Thomas Higgs and other relativesand
sisters, Mrs. Gretchen Hep- friends. Simpson and 11 grandchildren.
sons burn and Mrs. Christina Fulton Services are in. Arrangements are incomplete.
37 grandchildren, 45 great complete. ,
29 neices and
grand children. nephews;
REV. ANDREW WALTER 30 grand neices and nephews:

RIDLEY other survivors are Jereline

who departed from this life on Burns, Ethel Woodside,
August 17, 1964. CARD OF THANKS James Hogersjheirrelatives; '

Asleep in Jesus blessed We, the family of the late and friends. Services will be

sleep, c; ;:,:;;:::. IVAN RALPH POWELL held Saturday, 3:30 p.m. at
From which none ever to wakeA St. Matthews Baptist Church.
calm andindisturbed repose MARJORIE SANDS MILLS would like to express our Rev. N. F. Clark offlciat'ing. ;

Unbroken by the last of foes. who departed this life August appreciation to all of our .!
Asleep in Jesus, oh how 13, 1961. friends and neighbors duringour *
hour of bereavement.
sweet, Five years have passed James Sands, of 314 1/2 II
TO be such a slumber meet dear mother, since God has, Especially, Rev. P\ S. Brown C. Rear St. John I
With holy confidence to sing called you home to be with and members of Mt.. Tabor Church Baptist
That death hath lost ts venom Him in heaven, and around the Baptist Church, 'also the property died August7th
sting snow white throne, God Range Funeral Home for their at Jackson Memorial
knows how much miss thoughtful expressions of Hospital. He is survived by
Asleep in Jesus peaceful rest we you, 'ratE DcuVE1lY
sympathy through prayers, his brother A. D.
shall Delancey
Whose waking Is supremely never your memory fade, ;
contributions and encouraging one son, James Sands Jr.
blest. loving thoughts shall always words. May God bless all of .
No fear no woe shall dim wonder to the spot 'where you his daughter-in-law Irene
the hour weep laid.Beatrice. you.Mrs. Sands; a dear friend Virgie

That manifest the Saviour's Sands, mother Josephine Powell Newbold and other relatives

power And the Children And Family and friends. Services are In- i

Mrs. A. M. Ridley, wife complete. LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
And Family
/ IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Dorothy Marie Griffin a
The family of the late 3001 NW 46* STREET
NE -4191E.
of. 1502 N.K. 154th Terr r
IN MEMORIAM, sad but loving memory BENJAMIN LEON COOPERof died at Jackson m emorial
ofSHADRICK Coconut Grove, Fla.wishesto
(Sam) BARRof Hospital August 7th. Survi- JOHNSON MANAGER
In loving memory of our thank the friends who ex- OX-l-9199
dear mother and grandmother Homestead, Fla., who de- pressed their sympathy with vors are her mother Mrs.
parted this life August 13, cards telegrams, flowers, Maria B. Roberts; her father -

CARRIE LEVARITYwho 1965. .. telephone calls and use of'. Boswell Roberts; two
Now the labourer's task is o'eV their cars. Special thanks to sons, Leonard and Felix
departed this life August Now the battle-day is past; those who rendered servicein Griffin; also Lucille Smith

8, 1963. Now upon the farther shore other ways. Laura Ingraham, James "SERVING THOSE WHO REALLY CARE"Our
Gone but not forgotten. Lands the voyager at last. We also express our appre- Bojden, J. D. and CharlesB complete funeral
Sleep on mother take your Father, in thy gracious keep- ciation to Father Gibson, as lden. L. W. Smith, Jessie price with a cloth
rest, we love you but Jesus ingLeave well as to the Bethel-William Ann Roberts, Boswell Rob- cover casket:

loves you best. we now thy servant Funeral Home. erts, Jr. Ronald Roberts and $295 $395 $499 $599
The Children sleeping. The Family $699, $799
other relatives and friends.
Grandchildren There the penitents who turn Services Friday 4:00 P.M.at Our Metal Half Couch $825, $925, $1025
1 Brother
and Sister
To All the the Cross love their of Jesus dying learn eyes, CARD OF THANKSThe Gibbs Chapel A.M. E. Veterans who passed in the VA Hospital are

At His feet in Paradise family of the late Church.IN entitled to $315. With tills amount, our $295 funeral

Father, in Thy gracious LOULLA JENKINS can, be purchased and still refund the family $20.
IN MEMORIAMIn Leave we now thy servant who passed July 28, takes e-ml.fdT who passed rV the VA HOspital
loving memory of sleeping. this method of expressing MEMORIAMIn $250, for $45 store the family
heartfplt thanks and appreciation loving memory of our purchase our $295 funera can
RICHARD DeVEAUX Gone, but not forgotten. to the many friends for dear husband and brother

"Grant him, O Lord eternal Daughter Mable Howard cards, letters and other acts BERNARD WRIGHT For information concerning

rest and may light perpetual Nephews A. K. Clarke, of sympathy shown during who passed away on Aug. 12, Funeral Arrangements
shine upon him. their bereavement.
Kirk 1965.
Niece Leah Clarke Special thanks to Richardson Gone, but not forgotten. \
Edna A. Funeral ionic DeVeaux daughter Four grands and host of The Family
And Family other relatives Willie Oadit PHONE: 6919151K ,


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; The biennial session of the National Chautauquae turned away for lack of space. Center photo is Arch-Bishop Rt. Rev. D. H. Harris,

.' Triumph Churches ended a very successful meet- Many gifts and plaques of appreciation were presented national head of Triumph Churches and head of the

II | here July 23. One of the highlights of the meeting to persons who have rendered outstanding service Fifth District which embraces Florida. At right is
I the Scholarship Banquet at the Everglades Hotelh to Triumph Church. Bottom.panel of photos show_ Bishop C. C. Coleman of Pennsylvania. Prince H.
: closed out the activities. One thousand dollars Mrs. Taylor presenting a gift to Mrs. Bernice C. Harris Williams of Miami was the host pastor. Photos by
cholarships were awarded. national youth supervisor from Pittsburgh, Pa. House of Photography.

The top four photos are scenes taken at the ban-

where so many guests turned up that 25 had to be


farmers Reminded to Workildren who SHE who
t I I cares or dares

K Outside School Hours Only To look their charming Best

t-ti Ith the start of the school almost half of these farm He also observed that
tf'i child .,,,. JTSf'
farmers we reminded workers were in grades below when state and federal N -- ?-- ._ --" i ii. "
I children under 16 may the normal for their ages. At labor standards differ the
f s. only outside school the age of 15, almost 7 out of higher standards ppply. JACKSON'S IARIERIGIIJALL {
:0.r: This is in accordance 10 of the local youth and "The local office of the : "
e child labor 9 out of 10 of the migrants .
and Public
provisionse Wage and Hour "
r- | Pair Labor Standards were behind in school grade Divisions in Room FASHION CEHJER ; ,
f attainment. Contracts 1527, Federal Office Building r : ..>"v\\\: .
j 's law helps the milS that 51 SW 1st Ave., Miami, -
Huettner pointed out at :
well as the localto the Act does not restrict will be happy to answer any f,225; M W> 22AYE; ",;:, : ;1Lt"I
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get the education children who work on the questions about the Fair _# / w r .
l is ao essential in to- home farm for their parentsor Labor Standards Act," lIuett-
economy," Regional guardians. ner added. FOR HIM FOR HER

l or o Wage Henry and A. Hour Buettner and -- 1. Hi-Fashion Processing 1. Wigs By Mr. Walters

Contracts Divisions, 2. Expert Barbering 2. Wig Styling at its Best
said States Deaprtment of Fir. Cams $10,000 3. Scientific Skin & Scalp 3. One Day Service Just 14.85
today.uA II I
youngI 4. Back to School Special
I future success depends Treatment
Damps at Heights
o acho ling he lets," 4. Seven Chairs No 100 Human Hair Wigs
Factory Guaranteed $24.95
o need for continued I Waiting
Damages estimated at blaze started in a corner of
ln to's Is findings shown by that the $10,000 were done by fire. one room and spread to adjoining 5. Cut-Rote Prices up
who Sunday and three class- rooms before firemen
[ work on farms
left in shamblesat it under control
the school hours in rooms were brought
on of the Fair Labor Floral Heights Elemen- early Sunday.
arda Act behind tary School, 5120 N. W. Metro fire investigatorsare
children in their schools 24th Ave. checking the scene for I I
Instance,:"last year Officials reported that the possible evidence of arson.


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14 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 12 1966 -,

Take: four< \ 'pioblems' :tomillions : .thur, .. h." I.

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l Roscoe Jackson, pastor CELEBRATE' FIRST P. S. Brown, pastor 698 NW 14th Terrace

Willie J. Beard, reporter Dessie Crockett, reporter Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor

Services on last Sunday YEAR IN NEW Dorothy Chancy, reporter
The Lord blessed us. to
were as usual. Both choirs have another wonderful day. The women of our church
and both ushers were in CHURCHThe now are in high gear for the I -
The services were powerfuland
charge. up-comingWoman's Day. They
MEN'S DAY AT This is a busy month and pastor, officers and inspiring. have selected their leaders: BROWNSVILLE'
members of the New St. Prayer meeting is goingon
weMacedoniana are busy Chairman Silo Faniel T.
TEMPLE BAPTIST very James AMB Church will each night at 8. If you BAPTISTRev.
for the
Master. Williams; co-chairman, Theresa -
celebrate their first year in have not attended you still
Sunday afternoon at 3 The of
p.m.Paator's Hayes. women
Members and friends of the Aid the newly renovated church have a chance to do so tonight Phillip Cooper, pastor
Union will the church are asked to keep
Temple Baptist Church will Sunday, August 14 beginning, Thursday and Friday. The spirit was high last
convene at Macedonia. their
observe its tenth annual Men's Beginning Thursday night with the 11 a.m. services. The public and the entire ears open for further Sunday beginning with bap-
The chairmanand
At this time, the message membership are invited by the tism at 7 a.m. at Virginia
Day this Sunday. The speaker before the third Sunday Choir willbe delivered by the pastor to attend prayer meeting co-chairman need your Beach. Eight candidates
pastor were
for the morning service will No. 1 will observe its 4th Rev. J. B. Blacknell laong this week and revival help if this Woman's Day is baptized.At .

be Elder A. C. Nance, execu- anniversary ending that Sun- to be a
with the No. One choir ac- meeting beginning Sunday, success. the 11 a.m. service the
tive secretary of the pente- day afternoon. K. is
at 11 a.m. Rev. Johnny Sunday the Junior
companied by Prof, Higgs at pastor preached a wonderful
costal: Church. The well Thursday night, August the console.At Bryant, formerly of West Palm Church day to render service. sermon. The choir was at its

known St. Mary's Men's 18 Rev. W. J. Macon and congregation 3 p.m. there will be a Beach and now pastor of Gay Come out and give them your best with Mr. Hepburn at the
Chorus of St. Mary's W. M. of First Baptist musical Street Baptist Church of Columbus support.
l led console.
Church will sing for, the occa- Church of Bunche Park, will Ohio, 'will be the Let us continue to pray
by some of the city's best Airman Kenneth King
si on. A well-rounded son
program be in charge. revivalist in charge. for those of our members who
:t has been prepared for the choirs. All choirs have been Come praying and make of Mrs. Doris King, was in
Friday night, August 19, are ill.
asked to be present at 2:45 attendance. The pastor was
l1ay.A the revival meeting a success -
feature of the eveningwill Rev. J. E. Jenkins and con- p.m. to join the procession.At spiritually. in charge at the evening ser
J gregation of Friendship M. B.
be a 30-roinute program Church will 7 p.m. the message will The Male Chorus is thanking CANDLELIGHT TEA vice. The public is invited to
be in
r presented by Temple's Male charge., be delivered by the pastor of you for the success of its worship with us.
Chorus and others. Sunday afternoon a giant St. Paul AME Church, Rev.T. musical tea. The Bethany Seventh Day

'3C Chairman Stafford Bain, musical program will be held. C. Kelley. The popular Visit our sick and shutins Adventist Senior Usher Board

1 his captains and other workers Deacon Willie B. Williamsis pastor will be accompanied and friends, pray with .and invites you to attend its 3rd

are anticipating that this president. by his very fine choir. The for than. annual Candlelight Tea, Sat- NEW MT. MORIAHRev.
will be another great day in The fourth Sunday will be public is invited. urday night, August 13 at the

Temple and that every loyal Woman's Day. The morning home of Mr. and Mrs. HerbertC.

1A member will do his duty in speaker will be Sis. Beatrice Long, 5000 NW 24th Ave. A. L. Shipp, pastor

the Temple way. The women Waldron, West Palm Beach. DRAKE MEMORIALRev. MT. CARMEL from 8 to 10 p.m. Guest Evelyn Souter, reporter

are all ready to back the men That afternoon a "Pretty speaker will be Mrs. Richard
0ht all the way. You are invitedto Hat" Tea will be held and J. W. Dunn, pastor 225 NW 14th Terrace (Lorraine) Strachan. Please Services were high Sunday

spend the day at Temple. Sunday night a very interesting Nancy T. Green, reporter Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor bring a friend. Herbert C. with Rev. J. Counts bringingthe

The No. 1 choir will cele- program is planned.Sis. The pastor, officers and Louise McOriff, reporter Long president; AI berth a message at 11 a.m. and

brate is anniversary Monday, Netta Kelly, chairman members invite all of their Sunday being the first James, secretary. Rev. Jackson the evening

A August 15, 8 p.m., with a ; Sis. Willie Mae Williams )- friends to attend the baptism Sunday, the pastor delivered message.
musical and literary program. co-chairman. service on Sunday at 7 a.m. both sermons and both choirs Our revival started Wed-

Many choirs of the city will at Virginia Key.SHILOH nesday night with prayer

participate. The public is sang.Preaching will begin on meeting. Preaching will begin -

invited. Monday night for our revival. ATTENTION Monday night at 8. Rev.W. .

BAPTISTRev. Rev. Everett of Ft. Lauderdale CHURCH REPORTERS F. Tanner, the revivalist.
will deliver the messaea. We are asking the public for

A. M. Griffin, pastor Come and hear'him,. its cooperation during our
Church for
Sis. C. M. news publl.cation
NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. 1600 NW 54th Street Our Junior Church, reporter will be also the second Sunday In Mis current... '. revival. Help us to bring lost
i afternoon will have our souls to family and
Fifth Church of Christ we our big
charge of the service Issue must h In our offices
W. B. Sims, pastor Sunday
annual feast. The Rev. 0. Christians to straighten
Scientist is grateful and
very morning. Please come out and iot.rthsn 7.'el.ckMon-
Mary Mayfield, reporter will deliver the
j W. Foster themselves. We are still ask
The women of churchare happy to be conducting Sun- give them your support. day evening/ Publication af
our message. You are welcome to Lag for the continued
'Jf School in its prayersfor
'JI f busy preparing for Woi i School new The No. One Ushers will come and be with us. news received. after that our pastor.

I man's Day which will be 'the annex. be selling dinner Saturday at Remember the sick and t>.* comet bo .u..t.....' The second Sunday mom- I
"Soul" is the of
subject the home of Sis. Othell Mit-
fifth Sunday in October. Mrs. have
shutins and those who
ing the speaker will be Rev.
the Bible Lesson-Sermon
Willie Mae Denson is chairman to chell, 1202 NW 67th St.
be read in all Christian lost some of their loved ones. D. W. Foster.
and Mrs. Albertha Knight i
is cochairman.We Science Churches this Sunday (
The Golden Text is from
t are very proud and

thankful to God for our recent Deuteronomy, "The Lord, Why Jehovah's Wmusses Hold Conventions ? i
blessings. your God proveth you, to know

Choir No. 1 has purchased.whether you Love the Lord your ,

a new piano. We have new God with all your' heart and No other religious body almost feel. With a surrounding In their local congregations P

tables and chairs for our with all your soul." Also in the world meets as regularly like this it is no wonder meeting places called King'i..

I dining room and Sister Lillian included will be this passage as organized and with as these smiling, happy people dom Halls. Each of '

Mark presented to the from the denominational text large a representation from look forward from year to congregation sessions is de- ,j:(

church a beautiful scarf set book: "The Devine Being surrounding congregations year for opportunities to as- signed to do the same thing .e

R) for the pulpit.We must ,be reflected by man- as Jehovah'fc Witnesses semble. the larger conventions do: fj
else man is not the image
are also making I better the ministers 81
preparation conven tion. equip gathered -
and likeness of the patient II
whoAugu for our pastor and first tender and There is one such convention to be more efficient"
true, the One' "One of the reasons these
lady to attend the National
Baptist Convention at Austin 'altogether lovely'; but to planned for the Christian ministers go about
Asle.. ,' understand God is the work GeorgiaFlorida area
their convention business
Texas. Consequently, the Miami
si of eternity, and demands August 24-28 at the Miami A with such pleasant determi- Beach Convention. Hall will
FromA absolute consecration of Beach Convention Hall. It
nation and assuredness is
ACTIVITIES just one big "Kingdom
cal will be of t tHall"
thought, energy and desire. one 13 conductedin
that their
UnbrcAsler Annual Church Picnic, they practice religion for the five-day span
We invite
lovingly you to our the United States and
Saturday 3 Virginia day of the week." of
August at service every August 24-28. And the
Sunday at 11 a.m., Canada this summer..
Beach. .explained Hawkins.
same cordiality that existson
Wednesday pan. Why so many assemblies,
meeting for
To be the local level will be
after ? do
revival starts Monday night year year Why
WithThat"> "They also sponsor five present. The public is invitedto
after the second Sunday. so hardworking -
many eager
Bible study, sessions a week any of the sessions free.
aAslee Tea, Sunday, August 28, volunteer ministers come
1414, NW 69th Terr., 4 to 6 MT. CALVERYRev. from many different statesto
p.m., sponsored by Usher ALONZO HAWKINS
assembly for five days in
Samuel Atchison, pastor
Board No. 1.SALTERS.
Miami Beach? And what
The second Sunday whichis meet together,"continued.
No fe kind of convention could they ""' r.:
traditionally Youth Day Their assemblies have obtained < ,:f' ,:!:, ".
theThat. have, with no professional it i!: ,.. ;
will be no exception this the acclaim and res- .. """ : .

) Sunday. The Youth Choir will assistance from inside or out- pect of civic leaders and the ; ...... .:

poi CHAPEL be prepared to sing out of side their. organization? news media of the world for ,iI' :-'-.

Mra.And. their hearts and the Junior As to why they meet so their neat, orderly deport- '*" ,
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor frequently (at least threetimes r .
Ushers will make you feel -Thesesessionsarenot ;; '

Muriel Ward, reporterA welcome upon entrance at anually of varyingsize to be confused with revivals," 'Jf),....... ,'. .., ,;

wonderful service was Mt. Calvary. With your sup- ), "It is scriptural," ans- Hawkins said. "They are "$"' %\':: ", r./; '(.'. I.

I held Sunday morning. A port they will have a successful wered Alonzo Hawkins, circuit training programs conducted ''i ., '

It beautiful communion service day. Won't you give them supervisor for Jehovah's in a dignified, intelligent; i'

In with a record breaking crowd your full support Witnesses. Hebrews 10:24: The he

dear meCA present. Rev. Benson preached 25 N W says, "Let us con- manner.continued, "is purpose to obtain, l; 1

). a powerful sermon. So ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. sider one another to inciteto Bible instruction and better THOUGHTFUL
members have returned ,
many love and right works, not understanding of Bible pro- ".--
their vacations. The mother
who 8 def and sister of James Williamsand A. H. Basis, pastor forsaking the gathering of phecy." 7"&t: BEAUTIFUL SERVICES

196}, Mrs. Ada Alexander worshipped Annie Whipple, reporter ourselves together, as some The best way to prove '

Gone with 'us also. There have the custom." that contention is to attendone ; ,\ : ,/ Our ability and desire to

rest Sleep o will be a Sayurday nite eventat Our pastor delivered both "Jehovah's Witnesses of the sessions sponsored ;;:. carry out wishes .
loves, wf the home of Mrs. Mabel messages Sunday. We were have been meeting togetherIn by the Watchtower Bible "; your togethei

yo blessed with three new mem- convention since the and Tract h: I with
The ( Carter. A watch will be given Society Brooklyn, our experience,
away. Food will be served. bers. Also Deacon James Reynolds 1890's and each year their New York. There one may -
Gram '
confessed the Lord had mean service
1 Bra Usher Board No. 1 is the district, ,national and inter- witness men, women, and u is

sponsor. called preach him his trial to preach.sermon He on will the national assemblies reach children of all sizes, shapes 'f.f t':. ( ,. conducted with beauty and

bigger proportions. The and descriptions doing the 'Wi -
third Sunday at 3 understanding
Willie of p.m. 7 comfort.
Thorpe, son .
largest single Christian as- same thing: listening to the I .
Arthur Thorpe, was here sembly in recorded historywas with atten- :
programs rapt ',
SIN visiting his parents. We were when the Witnesses met tion, taking notes, checking ". "".
so happy to see him. He is a ''' :
in two stadiums in New York points made with their .
i per- )
of the Armed Forces. \,
member ; "My Father in Heaven
RICK"Grant Mrs. Ruth Twiggs is still on James Baptist, 4875 City i in 1958 with some 253- sonal copies of the Bible. ", help

' the critical list in Jackson NW 2nd Ave., will have itsWoman's 922 in attendance," said Between sessions they me. .never it looks to forget Thy,love
Hawkins. move about to their mealsor up to me m the
rest and Hospital. She needs blood Day program on ( I
shine upo and is asking for donors. Sunday, Aug. 21. The morning Jehovah's Witnesses meet make arrangements for : .... ',! beauty of the flower "

Please say a prayer for her. speaker will be Mrs. for two reasons: "They realize house-to-house visitations in John Henry Jowett

Ednal We wish her a speedy re ov- Laura .Williams. Mrs. Lillian the need for Scriptural the city with an orderly ''

And Ff ery. We thank our many Curtis is chairman for the encouragement to offset the fashion. There is no pushing, .; 44t Oscar L. Range

friends who came to worship occasion and Mrs. Marion troublesome times; they en- complaining, cursing or

with us. Please come again, Johnson, co-chairman. The joy the fellowship that comes smoking. There Is a certain Funeral HomeJ

you are welcome. public is invited. 'when thousands of like faith unity in the air
.. you can
( .f . .. .. . ,I .... .. .
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MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August .t2, 1966 15

J ,.j 1(r' ;<''.r, .;: ;'"/:1"'r.\\ '; ,, J EOPI Center To Tell "How
,' !, iii"; : ." .;4". .' MRS. RANGE GUEST

-::; I to Make A Loan


And Buy On Time CASHIERSCity

The Liberty City Neigh- 'p.m. and the admission is

borhood Center of the Economic ; free. M.
i Pro- The panel, which will con-i Commissioner
will be the
lIst of experts from the Dade Range
3a gram, through its Legal
r will guest speaker at the monthly
Services and 'I'helade'oun-
meeting of the Life Insurance
ty Bar Association, announce discuss a topic of the law Cashiers and Office Managers
a l'anelDiscu'Ssion to which Is of great Interest and Association August 18 at the
importance to citizens of the
Holiday Inn on Brickell Ave.
be held on Monday night, cOlTlmunlt '. The subject will The local chapter has an-
August 15, in the Community lie: "How to Make u Loan nounced a membership drivein
Hoom of the Roosevelt Savings and How to Bur on 'lime" an attempt to bring the
and Loan Association, Please mukecveryelfoittoutttnd organization's National con-
6015 Northwest 7th Avenue. this vital mating with vention to Miami Beach in
The program begins at 8:00) your friends and neighbors./ 1968.



--------- ONLY i

PHI DELTA KAPPANS CITE THREE Hansel E. Tooks, (left), associater a i i I

of.health and physical education at Florida A&M University, awards cer-

of recognition to Benjamin Groomes, James Gant, and Dr. Thomas A.

I. The certificates were awarded during the annual initiation and awards ban-

ently at the Duval Hotel. Groomes is a counselor at FAMU: Gant is a spe- z

lin secondary education with the ,State Department of Education; and Dr.

is director of the FAMU Multi-Occupational Demonstration Project. Cliftonn &PAThTi1TTRv

member of the Florida Board of Regents, was not present. FAMU staff

Ernest Fi11yau.I" .

Business Development Center .


Management Assistance MTIC : :: '

MALL BUSINESS 5)) Record Keeping and The six courses coveringthe y .
[Ol'MENTC1'NTERManagement Tax Accounting. specific areas are taughtat : '
As- 6) Buying, Inventory and Miami Senior High
Cost Controls.The School. The in ::
i in two major areas, course General -
agement Training, other training pro- Business Principles Is
|Management Coun- gram offers an eightweekcourse taught at Northwestern Se-
r in General Business nior High School.

arically, approxima- Principles. This course is de- Both Programs are spon- -" dr S.i
J" of small businesses signed to give the student a sored by the SBA/SBDC in ; ; GORGEOUS LIVING' .
ause of poor or ina- working knowledge of the cooperation with the Adult .. WITH DELUXE ROOM
I management or a most practical business prin- Distributive Education De- .. "/ SUITEI
-VJ- .
f managerial skills ciples necessary to succeed in partment, Dade County ; k r i ant lenerrLl COnllruef'r* or", b;,. with It...

['ess Managemente a competitive economy. Board of Public Instruction. -. -" /-S'" ?:lo.hlonobl./ ..,cec., ;I, ,:2 dvnnln9 In,",,;
act or art of handl- Some of the areas coveredIn Management Counseling 2pillow,.Cholc. $
I 0'co'o' ,,; J
this Careersin
trollingand directing course are '' t
liness. Managerialrefer Business, Business Orga- One-to-one counseling is
[ to executive nization, How to Keep Good important to m individual e' 92.Tvrt
Records, The Principles of needs. The Service Corps of
successful business Buying and Selling, Borrow- Retired Executives (S.C.O.
i is able to handle ing (Credit), and several oth- R.E.), is an organization of -, '
business he iskiln This is retired successful businessmen -
; er topics. course :
' controlling cash, taught in simple, easy to un- who have volunteeredto lr 1 ( 1 I
': ; he directs effectively derstand language. Instruc- help operators of busi- -ras '
and tactfully.Is tion is not limited to the classroom ness with their individual g'

eligible for Man- There are field trips to problems. These S.C.O.R.E.
Counselors are from a wide
ent Assistance? Industry and comm rce.
of businesses and
,, variety
"} Audio-Visual aids are also
have wealth of knowledgeand
1 small business a
owner include movies,
used. These
experience. They may
Manager, or potentialis
film strips, tape recordingsand be contacted through either
elibible to particithe -
records. SilA or SBDC. s
Management As- Experts from several fields
For additional informa-
Programs of the are brought in to lecture and
tion call Earl Glenn Phone.
answer many technical ques- ?
MENTCENTER.agement tions. 3790735.Michael's lON BEDROOM H .f.BIG.lM
Traininge 6EDDING1 ,
SUIYEI 1: with .w eTte tl lar9.Tran /
are two different droop.
g programs availne Kindergarten forrn vend d.luR Tod.rn panel OO / /

) program offers an 4 ,,,trr.r. ch..l et lh.edboerd.
14140 NW 23rd Ct. Ar. t.
class in any one of MKt.t..p1'9 P'k .

ses. The courses are Registration Begins Sunday August 14, 1966
I 9 a.m. to 6 p... Daily
,, ,
redit and Collections. '
inancing a Small Nursery ((2yrs.,3 yn- Klndergaretn ((4 yrs, 5 yr,6 yr$) ;'i ;.i.r.i.rf'.r I IS GOOD KI 1 CHEN GR u

usiness. Come in and inspect or call for information I_ WITH US PI y ; NE WA ;
dvertising and Sales
'omotion. Phone: MU 8-8141 school or MU 1.4060 residentMr.

[Small Business Com- and Mrs. Gibson, owners and supervisorsAug.

ercial Law. _________-- 26. i!

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r a } "



.M a y,
.. .... _::--.:" ; .r'f" ;
THE NEWJlfrntttis NW.'Ith Ave. IOSNE.12SlhSI.CcrntrNE On.Tht-"Trail" 223 SW.First Avt.Illk .
0.site$h.N's City .5th Are. LW.SIN St.Cr filth Ave. .S..f$vrdrn.'s
funeral 2 hime

"Service that Satisfies" SHOP, BUT SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY!

Fronds General Manager Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Francis, Owners
J. Francis, Business Manager Yvonne 'tojor, Llsc. Funeral Director and E-balaer I SAT. 9' 6SUN. 111.6

00 NW 2nd Ave. Phone 757-4548 I

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 12; 1766

1 1,400 Attend Largest UrbanPHILADELPHIA League Annual. (onventiol

The to Inform them of their rights at the annual banquet. He all title of "The Bread and would be decisively implemented words." Commenting on |
1i most successful most productive and enroll them In programsto said that the Ford Founda- Butter Issues of Closing the in the 76 local affi- impatience of many s
and largest annual ," These meetings discussed liates. members with the progr
which Gap
i they are legally en- .lion was preparing a new
tonferoice In theb6-yearhisr effort to help secure justice new ideas and stra.tegles made so far, he said: "tj
tory of the National Urban titled.A major new Urban for Negro citizens. in the four areas. Mr. Young expressed Is a healthy sign. It sh
League dosed in Philadelphia League program was also Lindsley F. Kimball, Dr. John B. Turner, program pleasure with the results of that this organization is
today. Some 1,400 approved; a new Departmentof President of the League delivered consultant to the the conference which took content to rest on past p
League delegates staff,mem- Veterans Affairs will be the Presidential address League, led an all-day discussion place July 31August 4. He formance but is adlvtj
bers, and volunteers gathered set up to assist veterans of at the opening session. on "Effective Tools said: "This conference was storming the ghetto to teethe
4 to discuss ways of trans past wars as well as veteransof Four main sessions On for Closing the Gap", extraordinarily .u cc es fu LOur people who most need<
'. lating equal rights into equal the Vietnam conflict Mr. Health and Welfare, on in which various tactics were resolutions and decisions help. And this mUller
". opportuniies.They Young, on his recent trip Housing, on Economic Development discussed.. Spirited audience made here reflect a militancy will help hone us new intoarmj
heard a major new to Vietnam,found that Negro and on Educa- participation assured that th based on active programs effective instrument in
proposal for revitalizing American soldiers there were concerned tion .. occupied the confereesfor decisions taken during the to benefit Negroes and for human "
cities. Whitney M. about opportunities open to two days. Under the over active week of meetings other minorities, not mere fight rights.

Young, Jr., Exewtlve Direc- them in civilian life. "The .
tor of the National Urban Urban League" he said, tr 7k
League, In his keynote speech "will work ,to place these I' ,
culled for Operation Urban men, the flower of our com- _

Survival, a massive program munity, into the mainstream 'fI' ,. "
of and 'I/ .
new building of Ameiiian life.
social rehabilitation in ghetto Other major resolutions ,.. .' ,' .' ,. ''.;1,;",'" '

areas. called for the establishmentof '" .,, \... ,"
Mr. Young also called on educational parks to bring fI" ( /r, ..
the League to "reach the unreachable about integration and quality : J f.j i
," the alienated and education.The "
individual '1l .: t':, :."t\li\ .. :
apathetic who has also backedan "wrt
League ''
i '
i "f; I' .' '''
resulted from the cycle of adequate annual Income a..,y: d+ a ?ayf ... .' : J li
poverty. Pointing to the for all, a nation-wideliteracy ___ :
It many League programs campaign programs to ease ., : "
'; which are geared to reach police-community relations, a .... .. ,1., .. J'J't.
the poor Young said that legal aid to the poor in deal- 'f. :;.f 't.1
f the Urban League is an effective Ing with administrative ,,
o ( grass-roots organi- agencies, and a number of -.1,S' :( f.i' 'I" '
1 .... '
zation. other proposals to further .. i.t1:0.
,. I' .
\ This statement was rein- the rights of the disadvantaged. '. .... \ : ;/ '
'. .. '
1A forced in Wednesday's Delegate ,"'' ,.i J' '. :
'Io \ Assembly, which pas- (editors note:copies of resolutions V, aJ JJI1III",,.,;", ,. y
Ao sed resolutions Mr. Young will be mailed to ., -..' ". '
if!t called "radical and revolu- you as soon as final copies .. !." :;;
tZ tionary" areduplicated._.) .' : ;
One resolution committedthe In addition to Mr. ;! .

.; Urban League to "ini Young's address,the League i ,
AiI tiate and stimulate full parti- heard Secretary of Housingand / \ t- t..ltj.fJt"'I'
'1 cipation in communitygroups Urban Development .
f. by Negro citizens, Robert C. Weaver call for '
:1ht and stressed the "development passage of the Civil Rights :
,r of effective leadership Act of 1966. He said that .
at local level." the open housing provision I
Another resolution called "could initiate the first com-
t for a League program to prehensive national attack I
inform of their upon racial discriminationIn h

,f rights to receive welfare pay- housing." L"'..'1lA ..4 rr..._'. ___....'.'....1._..... __........_,.____"...,............ <,' ,,_ '..,""_ ;.
ar ments and other rights under James A. Linen, of Time,
f J; existing welfare laws. This Inc., told the luncheon meet-, 23 Receive Degrees in Bethune-Cookman Commencement
'. resolution grew out of a session Ing of the Commerce and I

I '. of the meetings in whichit Industry Council that business Twe n tyt t three Bcthune- Ernest T. Dixon Jr., president Essie J. Lawrence, Evanston Wilkerson of Ocala Florid I
was pointed out that for should make a great Cookan College students received of Illinois Y.
: Philander Smith College ;Joy Mundy, Business Education: El
) every person receiving some er effort to expand job opportunities degrees Saturday at Little Rock, Arkansas, Miami, Florida; Donald gen Russ of Fort: lien
I II kind of welfare assistance, for Negros. the GJrd annual Summer session speak on the challenge of an Henry Reed, Orlando, Flor Florida.
there is another who is eligible McGeorg Bundy,' Pres- commencement In Heyn effective life."Decide ida; Mary Lee Smith, Or-
I but is not on the roll. ident of the Ford Foundation
Memorial Chapel. now that you will lando Florida; Sylvester Physical Education: Hem)
The League will attempt to was the main speaker The graduates heard Dr.. move Into n wand unknown Washington, Daytonu Marion Books, Plant Cit|
areas and avoid playing it Beach, Florida and Evora Florida; Johnny DouglaLakeland ]

J "' safe," Dr. Dixon said. Louise Wynn, Tampa, Flor Florida; Charli
I- 4\ : 'I ida. Joseph Franklin III, PittJ
"Since we are near the Bachelor of science de- burg, Pennsylvania and AI
For fhe BEST STARTIt's ocean, I might suggest that
from the grees and majors wee: lie Mae Hopkins, Dayton
you move away
Chemistry: James Russell Beach, Florida.
!" comfortable
and safe ocean
R> '"'
/ shores into the unknown,
sometimes rough and turbu-
,who I lent depths," he continued."If Call
Augt; I
,Aslei 'i you would be effectiveIn

alFrom ;'. your venture Into today's CHARLESROGERS
J world, you must willing to
Unbro A cat ; accept and beyond the dif-

Aaler weN ficulties, disappointments,
failures and rebuffs that are

certain to come your way,"
To be
WithThatr> I the speaker went on to say. AT PL 1-7502
"How often we begin to
aAalee '
a <, deal with problems and difficulties
P as If we were all
( For A Good
< alone In'the world," he said. Buy on
Whosob' "We must realize that we
No to f are never alone in our efforts. A Piano
theThat % +i. ,
ipo 1 "If we accept It, there is a
"14 1 power beyond ourselves Scott Stereoor
Mrs.And :t which is able to sustain and

: strengthen us," Dr. Dixon
J. said in closing.Dr. Orchestra
r Joseph H. Taylor
acting dean, presented de- Instruments
'. JACKSON'S' TODDLE iNN'NURSERY grees in the absence of'Dr.
In I "I Richard V. Moore Presidentof
dear mt the college.
r LEO Sykes received a
CAt : : bachelor of arts degree in

who dep f religion, philosophy and En
8, 196}, f KINDERGARTEN gUsh. Sykes was magna cum
GoneSleep : laude of his class and is a
o t native of Arlington Georgia
feat, w<- I PRIMARY GRADES Other bachelor of arts de-
lovea ye- 1 grees and major fields were:
Tho ( ': English: Sonya Lena Gil- 7yVICTOR

Grant 3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACE Ham of Tallahassee, Florida;
1 Bro [
\\Vhelmlna James, Florence
South Carolina and
t I Telephone: NE 4-4308 Irma Marlon, Tampa, Flor-

IN : ida.Music John Frank Alex

In I ander, St Augustine, Florida -
r Visit call for
us or details Barbara Jean
; Bryant
RICIi"Orant r (Ara. I. 9. Jockson-fcUtUy,
Tallahassee, Florida and Reginald -
1 'j Own.r Sup.rvl t.r B. Mitchell, Winter

hine rest and upo, '. : I7IWr; .; !<.>r..I"", ,.),.tI, < jII''r'! 'I"'''' ,.. ,... Haven History, Florida.: Yvonne Brant of PIANOS & ORGANS
: : I!''JI::'': J"fii'l'llI: \ !:' "I : ."
I' R' ".I''" 'l''1""f' I' > St Augustine Florida. Cori.tr HW
,..:, St. & NW3rd Aw.
EdnalAndF r ',. ...... rn ... ,. ,,,, Sociology: John William PL 1-7503
'". '11'- .,r.l... ,*" -\, """" 'f t Or 2010
.t"iJ( "" "" !" it"L"i' r, .iI" l:: ,_ t w Bolling Palatka, Florida Bitcoynt Miami i FR 7-0401
,r f" ;.. Dei, \ Citj" ;
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'" ', ', : ,1yt; Richie G. Bossard, Jackson- Broward Call JA 2-5131. visit
\ (11ry;, n1r'6'r"bl'; ,1 M a." :iM tQf] 1.\1. NI !; : fdtlI J
.... '1'' ville, Florida; Carolyn C. 1103 East Las Olos Blvd. Ft. LoudtrdaU JA 5-3716
Lecsburg, Florida;


.' THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 12. 1966 ?7tipearing

witk.r r
I f : : T .

ngon any progrild st 1crrr

: "t!
It she

onlsrjjast ..: i. '
B'y -
need .
Sports Editor visited the new training head- Wf
arters of the Miami Dolphins and at Boca Raton in-
oam| : loi
it in rviewed the following stars: Bo Roberson, Jim Walln -

its." Gene Mingo, Dick Westmoreland, Al Dotson, '
: r
r :
hnny Holmes, Sam Price, Willie West and Billy Jo. c:: rx w.

hey informed me they are happy and pleased they
fined with the Dolphins-and the regular season can'tart '

( soon enough.

There was great spirit among them and wishedey *-
had started spring training at Boca Raton frome
start. There is a first class football field to prao v

Ice on, up-to-date quarters, lots of recreation and .. ... ,.
shing. All in all everyone is happy. They I tail hope
{ i stay with the Dolphins.A One of the hottest teams playing in. the summer Shown in the group are, standing; John Doyle,
':I ... playground league has been that of Shell's City. The coach; Eugene Wilson, rf; Jake Kinchen, If; Arthur
.. special interview with Billy Jo after his injuryst well-equipped team in its snappy green and white McCall, Ib; Vernon Terry, cf; Aliston Hodge, c. Kneel- I
Saturday against San Diego and Billy says he uniforms have been hard to beat in local play. ing: Larry Mitchel, sc; John Bennett, p; Herbert Roberts
. id not know what happened at the time he received a 3b; David Laverity, ss; Ralph Jenkins, 2b.

light concussion. He sees double
once in a while.
utside of that he expects to be ready in a week or
. o. Right now he is doing light training. Rattlers to Use Two Unit System I Ienou&ft
Local football
will have
.. ins.. .. an opportunity. to
pee the Dolphins in action this Friday night, Aug. 12 TALLAHASSEE Take a limited number of vet- experience: to wear the varsity "F" letter.
'.n an exhibition game,with the Kansas City Chiefs in erans, an inexperienced number of reserves, an untried Elroy Morand and Rudy Jamison will be seniors. Alor
he Orange Bowl. Game time 8 p.m. This is for the number of freshmen, give them a leader with posslbil zo "Chico" Gilbert and Ken Riley are sophomores. ,
enefit of the Goodwill Industries and Crippled Child- ities but not probabilities, shake it up and pour-whaf Coach Gaither said he plans to use his old split T

en's Society. This game is sponsored by the Miami do you have? An unpredictable football team, accord- with some flanker'variations.. The offense can be .
ierald. ing to Jake Gaither, head coach of the famed Florida greatly enhance by a field general who can effecuate
A&M University Rattlers. "We also have some good, what Coach Gaither calls "a simple running attack
Let's start a good opening night by hiring out in solid football players," says Gaither, "and my coaches and a good passing game." I
:ee this game, as* we all know it is'for a good cause. are planning a rugged conditioning program." Morand led the quarterbacks in passin with 50
Let them see that Miami wants a pro football team An indication of the effect that a lack of seasoned! completions in 113 attempts for 566 yards, three touch-
">ere. George Wilson, head coach, who was pleased players will have on the 1966 squad is the changefrom downs and three conversions. Riley was second witha
rith the team, although they lost their first game. a three-unit system to a two-unit system. Coach record of 11 of 22 for 124 yards and two TDs. Jami-
f After all this was the first time they played together. Gaither' stated, "We are definitely committed to a two- son went nine for 16 and two TDs, while Gilbert hada I

By! the time the season starts, he will give Miami fans unit system of offense and defense. If possible, we four for 19 mark.
arid > first class team. The price of is will work toward a third unit that can BO both ways. The backfield with the'ezception of a shaky
Friday's $5.00
game The boys are being invited in August 19 and will quarterback position, figures to be irgood shape if the
r eserved seats at the Miami Dolphins gate 14 Orange
Jowl or call 377.0738. receive their physicals on August 20, their equipmenton replacements live up to their spring' training evalua-
August 21 and practice will start August 22, twice tions. Preston Johnson and Henry Scott will be key
I''a day, 6-8 a.m. and 4-6 p.m. men in fullback. Johnson led his teammates in rushing
!' |I "We are expecting the best crop of freshmen this with a net yardage of 403 in 78 tries for a carry average
fall than we have had in a. long, long time. However, of 5.1 yards. Both men are juniors and have
I we may not' reap the full benefit of their services plenty of drive. Eugene Milton, Jim Ashcroft and Nat
( wi until '68. The backs in the incoming freshman class James will be flanker backs. All three men ran on the
Cit i ** IY have excellent high school records. We were not as SIAC and Penn Relays championship 440-yard relay
;la fortunate in getting as many good linemen as we were team. Halfback Mafpr' Hazelton, the fourth man in the
PittIA In getting backs and this is where our losses have relay quarter, has earned two letters in two years as
been the heaviest the past few years." a defensive back. Sam Anderson is expected to shineas
on The big problem confronting the FAMU coaching a running back. Specialists will include punt and
I staff this fall is getting a quarterback that can do the kickoff returners Joe Williams and Clarence Rivers
M I job that is going to be required of him. Four of the and punters Eddie Cooper, Andrew Greene, and John

five quarterbacks used last fall are returning, end have Eason.The
center position in the line needs more experi-
..f ence. Art Collins is the lone returning letterman in
r .r I he does have a left hand that is a real bomb. He's that position. He will be backed up by Jimmy McCas-

-_. -.......... young and strong and has been improvin g with every kill, Clarence Smith and Willie Kelly. Zeke Sims and
.bout. A victory over Davis would set him up for national Rudy Sims, no relation, will be the top guards. Zekeis
A HAPPY BUNCH recognition and a legitimate claim for the di- a senior and came into his own last fall.Rudy is a
junior and has already earned two letters. Ben Davis
This was part of the crowd that watched Al Jones vision's top ten fighters. ,
when he stopped Levi Forte. Up front at left, Sammy Vour preliminary bouts will be featured with the Alvin Logan George Bowen, and Richard Ford are
candidates for back-up slots behind the Sims
Ellis and behind him Cody Jones, sparring mates of Jones-Davis clash with the first bout at 8:45. boys.
Don Smith and Freddie Woodson return with let-
Cassius Clay. Nextto Ellis is Solomon, one of Clay's
ters at 'tackle. Sharon Stallworth and a group of sophomores
trainers, behind him Is Ollie Wilson, local heavy- MARLINS NOTES will findit very difficult in performing supporting

weight. Although the Marlins are so close to first place, roles. The Rattlers lost two front line tacklesto
AL JONES HOOKS UP WITH COWBOY JEFF DAVISA it still seems a mile away. This is no fault of the the pros: David Daniels to the Oakland Raiders and

team. They don't get any help from other teams, they Johnny Holmes to the Miami Dolphins.. Flanker Art
"battle of the giant heavyweights" will be on Robinson the
was important man in Rattlers'
have to do it all by themselves. The worst of this is
tap next Tuesday, Aug. 16, when Big Al Jones, Mi- aerial attack last fall. He's joining the Dallas Cow-
ami's knockout sensation with ten straight victories the very poor umpiri ng. These boys are in there to try boys of the NFL and leaving a man's responsibilityon
to make the majors. If they don't get any kind of break
hooks up with "Cowboy" Jeff Davis in a tenroundmain the shoulders of Herman Jackson, John Eason,
the does not show, they are out of luck. The
event at the Miami Beach Auditorium.The Roger Finnie, Andre White, Charles Bell and sophomore
about the best
Marlins right now have looking team in
bout marks the first time Jones will face a Benny Johnson. The end position figures to be
seasoned international fighter like Davis. Up till now, the league. That's covering a lot of territory. Marlins stronger in defense than in offense. A change could
he has decisively beaten local heavy with schedule this week: Thursday and Friday Cocoa at come by September, and it certaihly will be welcomed:
seven kayoes, two TKO's and every one decision. 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, league leading Leesburg, 7:30 and Coach Gaither intends to do more passing and his
Sunday at 6:30.NEGROES ends could take a lot off his flankers.
Davis will two pressure
a 207-pounder, give away
Inches and more than 10 pounds to the towering slug-
ger.& He will have a large advantage in experience
over Jones having fought champions from all over theworld. The Florida High School Activities Association

Of his 38 pro bouts, 29 have been winning (basketball) has received applications from the fol- I

starts, with eight defeats and one draw. lowing schools for membership: Northwestern, Dillard, i JOHNSON
As an amateur he fought Cassius Clay in the Olymic Blanche Ely, St. PeteGibbs, Riviera Beach, Kennedy,
finals trial. Clay narrowly beat him in a decision Daytona Beach Campbell Junior High, Crestview
many thought could have gone the other way. His Northwood Junior High and three Pensacola schools. OF MIAMI

last appearance on Miami Beach was against WBA The Negro schools have added a large amount of tal-
champion Ernie Terrell in which he went the route ent into the once all-white organization. The organization i SCHOOL 'ID' PICTURES
and lost the decision. believes this will help in all sports. K

Also, he went 10 rounds with German championKarl Ray Thornton has not been reassigned to the l\.L 3 FOR 50* 15
Mildenberger who meets Clay Sept. 10 in a title school board as yet. Florida's three most prominent
out from Frankfort, Germany. In the bout he came high school basketball players have all been Negroes: 5 _
nr7i5 mr
j _,_ jpr j
through with an effective attack against Mildenberger'ssouthpaw Walt Wesley (Fort Myers Dunbar) was all-American at
style in the late rounds. Significantly, Al Kansas last season. Joe Strawder (Belleglade Lake- J 1186 NVT 38th StT I
Jones also is a southpaw and Davis' experience gain.With shore) is the only Floridian in the NBA, the Detroit

the Continental champion may prove his undoing. Pistons, and Lavern Tart (WPB Roosevelt) was the I
Jones, with only 11 bouts behind him may not most valuable player in the NIT one year before Brad- 635-4748

. >ave the versatility and seasoning as does Davis, but ley. ,



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I Airman Robert Walker Jr., graduate of Booker T.'Washington NW 17th St. aha been selected Theodore E. Brown of 14800 will be trained on with the the job Tac-as a has rish been of 1828 selected NW 68th for technical Terr
I son of Rev. and Mrs. Robert High School, will be for technical training at SW 106th Ave., has been fuel specialist training at Sheppard AFB
of 1768 NW Slst St., has trained Keesler AFB, Miss., AFB, Fla. tical Air Command.
Sr. on the job as a fire as a assigned to Eglin Tex., as a U. S. Air Force
been assigned to Whiteman protection specialist with the U. S. Air Force 'communica- after completing Air Force Airman Henry S. L. New- ,medical service specialist.
AFB Mo., after completingAir Tactical Air Command. tions electronics specialist.The basic training. bold Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. The airman recently com-
Force basic training. Airman Leonard White, airman recently corn- The airman, a graduate of Stanley V. Campbell of 1095 pleted training at Lackland
The airman a 1966 graduate of Mr. and Mrs. David Whiteof son Dieted training at Lackland Mays High School, will be NW 58th Terr has been selected AFB Tex. His new school
'I of Miami Jackson Senior 1511 NW 4wnd St., has.been, AFB, Tex. His new school Isis trained on the job as an air for technical training Is part of the Air Training
High School, will be trainedon part of the traininc Com- traffic specialist with the at Chanute AFB as a U. S., Command which conducts
assigned Altus
to AFB
t the job as an air policeman Old a., after completing Air, mand which conducts hundreds Air Force Systems Command.: Air Force weather specialist.The hundreds of specialized
with the Strategist Air of specialized coursesto
\ Force basic training. airman recently com- courses to provide techni-
Command. A provide technically trained Airman Edoris CromartieJr. pleted basic training at Lack- trained
graduate of Miami Jack- cally personnel Cornation's
personnel for the nation's ., grandson of Mrs. Syretha Airman Newboldwas
land AFB.
I Airman Bernard Carter Jr. son High School, he will be aerospace force.
aerospace force. Strong of 2250 NW 49th St., from Miami
son of Mrs. Queen Carter of trained on the job as an air graduated Airman Parrish was graduated -
Airman Cain attended has been assigned to. Pope Northwestern High School in from Northwestern
551 NW 17th St., has been assigned policeman with the StrategicAir Senior
Mays High School, Goulds. AFB, N.C., after completing 1966. '
tt j to Hurlburt Field, Fla. Command. High School in 196S and
Air Force basic training.
after completing Air Force Airman Airma Frank Parrish Jr. attended Florida A&M Uni
Jimmy D. Cain, Airman Theodore E. BrownJr. The airman, who attended
.0) .:j basic training. The airman, a son of Victoria Cain of 10890 ., son of Mr. and Mrs. ,Miami Jackson High School son of Mrs. Jessie L. Par- versity. f

jo lion The judge explained thatif
"The intent of this orderis a very small child is caught THE FINEST PROPERTIES.ni..u..n..u.u.uunr..uu.ur.uu..n..nnn.
to aid in deterrent of illegal with and he
gun, is too young
.r I, of firearms," Judge Stone .
to realize its
danger, he will
/, said. "It Is not intended to not be detained at Yougth MOVE RIGHT IN ASK FOR MR. MILTON 1015 NW 83 STREET ARCOLA LAKE

,;JA ,,;: restrict hunting lawful and sports.use of"guns for Hall. SMALL DOWN PAYMENTPAY Lovely CBS, swim, fish and soil from your bock

door. Fla room, and screened patio. For real Flo
,,. living. 150' lot. $450 down, $15,500 total, FHA.
3274 NW 68 Street $18 Week

:'Jr.l.r 3 Bedroom New Home 1577 NW 70 Street $22 Week j I 1340 NW 88 ST. CENTRaL AI8 CONDITION
3 full bedrooat foil tile baths. differentin
'.' 3060 NW 55 Street $25 Week 2 Truly
hi design Felly built kitchen with oven, range,
.1 SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 4001 NW 19 Ave. $25 Week I hood fan and dish washer, oak floor, garage.

f" 4f ,. 2994 NW 52 Street $20 Week I $22,500 with terns.

'-( ,' No qvolifytng No Closing Cost 1931 NW 86 Street $200 down, $85 mo. :
f i Straight First Mortgage 2100 NW 68 ST. 2 HOUSES
,i; 2 bedroom, Fla room, fenced yard
Corner 2 lots cash down no qualifyingor
1 j 3615 NW 214th STREET I $1,000 ,
I red bolanco $12,000 total.
$90 monthly
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MOVE RIGHT IN 634-8472 "' .J''TS .
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: : ;14460 NW.22 AYE., Opo-locko :; I 720 NW 56 STREET $10,580 TOTAL

"i bedroom optments $14.50 week / .' This solid CBS COM bt 3 bedrooms,2 bath for you

: "' ', I_' """ \ ,..':' ':. .' ,,', ,,',' ", / !::.!.i: ,) ',<,,' :, O I< 0,.....' large family duplex for Income. Terms arranged.
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jJ ;/\ t{:,',,!S.'L' (, 'Y ,.: ,;r, "i1: "TT OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 590 NI 53 STREET$5M DOWN- NO. QUALIFYING

2 bedroom, CBS hardwood floors, tile roof,
FORD Iroktr
I i carport, largo yard, $10,500 total. $82 monthlywith
ALL CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING COSTS 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 Homestead oxomption.

3 BEDROOM. $350 DOWN. Appliances air conditioner
Cistom-beilt CBS rtsidont. Main house has 3

den, large lot, sleeping room, W bath, Ml dining, b llt-in l ,

.Augu { enclosed porch, kitchen, oven and range, garage, file roof and

.Asle.sl'', \ $13,500. EDISON patio, separate and ,rlvot..Complete 1 bedroomapt.
From ,i\ SpecialsOPEN Rented will help pay your monthlf payment.
A cat Y. CORNER. largo
Unbro kitchen, appliances, trrtrertrrlIrstrreInnIIasesreeaesetrstsnIIIUItsrrlrChas.

As let separate utility room,

To s"be fenced $11,500. AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY S. FoHtmfl, Realtor

WithThatf) $250 DOWN. $64 bedroom 1440 NW 89 STREET
MONTH. 2 diningroom 6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511
SAslee appliances, Very nice CBS home, carport, tile roof, reverse

utility room, washer, cycle air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting.
Whosob $10,500. $300 down, FHA. Coenty taxes only. In the 80's.

No the fe ..". $380 DOWN. $18 MONTH. 2 bedroom, dining LOT 15x liD( FOR RENT"HOUSES

That k M room, appliances, AND
poi, .I garage, sprinkler, I Ige. IS34 NW 29 TERRACENo

Mrs.And. utility room. qvolifying, CBS ho., tile roof, tile kitchen, 1945 NW 85 St. -2 bedroom

1{ reverse cycle air conditioner, drapes, wall to
2421 NW 80 St. -1 bedroom
h ..t ti NO QUALIFYING. 2 bedroom. Fla room, front wall carpet. Only $9,500 down total. Low down

I, Porch, carport, city payment. DUPLEXES
I raIn water & sewage,

I /t $11,500. ALSO SEE US FOR THESE 407-407 NW 59th Ter.

dear me 4
4 2 CBS HOUSES. Front 2 bedroom, dining room, 2 bedroom
1. Near Ediso High. 2 bedroom, CBS, tile mot, $250
CAt '! large front porch, rear down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot. 1890 NW 89 Ter. Rear
4 ? bedroom
who dep 1 apt., 2 car
8, 1963 4 t .. garage, furs city 2. $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, fenced 6998 NW 5th PI.

Gone r water and sewage, yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No closing 1 1 bedroom
Sleep o : $13,900. cost. Coenty tan a Oily. In the 80's.
loves yo t 3. No qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard, Patio
'I $300
TheGrant( I DOWN, $12,500. Duplex, 1 bedroom apartments well 6005 NW 15 Ave
pimp, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA mortgage already .
: appliances, 2 placed. Covnty taxes only.
5975 NW 15 Ave
1 Bro 4 carports, 2 vtility
room, $76.0. 2 bedroom



'hineupoEdnal rest and, { SHELL, REALTY42M bh_ 9KER EDISON REALTY, Realtors I 4144 BONDED NW &17th INSURED Ave.

AndFwho / +: : NW ;7tM ."75M551: 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441 I Phone 633-2891

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Nice room for gentleman, private Secretaries and Typists. Must
entrance and bath. 5950 have top skills, be accurate 9555 NW 25 AVENUE

IS WORDS OR LESS $1.25.6C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. NW 9th Ave. 751-5236. and fast. Excellent salaries, 2 bedroom, CBS, corner

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON promotions, benefits. Send home .A-1 condition -
2 bed. apt, also room with resume to Box No. 20, The ,
private tele 691-2494.
Miami Times. Aug. 26. hardwood floors,

FOR SALEur FOR SALE FOR SALE Nicely fume room with all $300 down.
modem conveniences, incl. Ladies, address cards and
CBS units only $10.000- Custom Kitchen 1176 NW 85th Street kitchen facilities, call 754- accept phone calls. Salary.; i WILSON REALTY
month. Small down,make 3 bedrooms, 1ft baths, large A bargain in the best neighborhood 1452. Write M&M Co. 1535 N. 19th
IlOO and live rent free. Fla room, awnings. Extra on beautiful lake $450 St. Philadelphia P*. Sep. 2 691-6166
,ney large fenced down. CBS, 2 .
yard 1 bath
Wall to' bedroom ,
HI 4-8004. One bed. unfum. Immed.,
or Fla
73-7973 wall room, apt.
carpet, jalouise windows,, carport, utility, terrazzo -
|23 NW 27tfa Street FHA price only $13.000 with' floors and tile roof, occupancy, $19 wk. 3048 NW

Jide uplex.plus CBS double, 2 bedroom garage.ea.A ($400 Veterans down only and $100$78.80 down mo.) pump stove, and refrig.sprinkler, washer system, air, next 67th St.door Key or with call Mrs.owner Nelson evenings ;*KtL4St.rS.tci.|s '*

Key at Life conditioner. IH 82824.
Beautiful piece of property Realty, Broker, Some furniture,
ocated at 246 NW 49th St. So Open 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. carpets 14800. and drapes FHA Very clean 3 bedroom frame .OPEN SUNDAY I TO 6 P.M.
evenings &
rive by then call Fenster Sundays. house in good neighborhood Drop by and Chat with Our Agents

Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. 4 BEDROOM CBS New Genie Home for sale on NW 52nd St. Close to but

No qualifying, Allapattah right now, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, lines, Call 6345705.One "A MUST SEE"CONVENIENTLY '
100 down. Anyone. Vets Area. Near built-in range oven, drive by
orion school, shopping, 1022 NW 52nd St., 1954 NW bed. apt. free gas, $15.50 I LOCATED
Vets. Like bus.
[ new 2-3-4 the roof, large Fla 41st St., 1030 NW 51st St. and $16 wkly. Call Dixie Rental -
droom CBS homes like new. room, jalousie windows, ,
Call Fenster Realty Agcy 3203 NW 17th Ave.
ily 100 down and from $63xith appliances, fenced yard, PL 98779. Broker, 633-2429.._ I PERFECT FOR THE LARGE FAMILY

pays all. One (1) nor $12.500 with $500 down and ---- One bedroom apt. U5,to $23: ONLY $400 DOWN $13,000 TOTAL
aase. Call now to see these $100 mo. pay sail. Move right $500 down, $85 mo. Total wkly. Call Dixie Rental Agcy
autiM homes today. E. in. Keys at Life Realty, 4932 $7,000, 2105 NW 83rd St. 2 3203 NW 17th Ave. 633-2429 This lovely home has excellent floor plans,
any Denny Realtor, Tip NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. Open bedroom, fath, fume open 2 --- large living room, separate dining room with

Fop Realty, 7540483. eves_ & Sunday. to 4 Sat-Sun. Fenced. in rear. One bedroom duplex, adult; car.p et. bare rear fenced vord value.
FR 78876. only free lights and water, and snufflt board. Truly an excellent
3 Bedroom Deluxe CBS $24 wkly. 4042 NW 23rd Ave.
BS Duplex only $400 down Large Fla, dining and utility Homes, open 2 to 5 Sunday, 6332429. Nites 2265036.
$76 month, 1 mortgage, :2 nice rooms. Tile roof, jalousie 1926 NW 84th St. 2 bedroom,
apts. on largo fenced yard, windows, well kept, large lot. down.1 bath,$70 CBS month tile roof, $600 all. A nice room for a single "Waterfront Values"FLORIDA
ear everything, good in- FHA price $15,500 with $500 Leonard Kroll, Broker, 688- lady, NA 1-0428, Opa-lock LIVING, AT ITS BEST
[come property or home and down and $93.81 month. (Veterans 3029. area.
income, live rent free. Call only $100 down). Keyat $600 DOWN
(now. 7540483. E. Harry Keys at Life Realty, 4932 Real deal, sacrifice, 3 family Rooms, 3 nicely fum. with! 9251 UTTLE RIVER BLVD
Denny, Tip Top Realtors, NW 7th Ave. PL 94371. Openj house for sale, fenced in yd, private bath, private entrance,
--- nites and Sundays. NE 3-3878.. Must see to ap- fenced yard, reasonable rent, Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 75x130 lot. Landscapt'd with

[waterfront home. 9231 Little Move Right In preciate.By 296 NW 46th St Call Harrj many extras included. A must see to appreciate. One

I River Blvd. Three bedroom, No qualifying for this Allapat, owner, NW home, 5 rooms, Denny, Tip Top Realtors, FHA mortgage. One low monthly payment pays all.

(carport, Fla room, newly tah CBS, 2 bedrooms, Fla plus utility room, awnings, 754-0483.
I painted, refrig., range, $500 double garage, inspection invited
[ down. $110. mo. includes all. modem room, city interior water-city modem sewage, for appointment call 2 bed. house, nice location, CUSTOM !BUILT
I Welter Real ty Co. 666-3823. 757- 507. inquire at 7032 NW 5th Place

playground., large yard. Across from 11041 'N W. 87th Strut
Reasonable down ,
Mo qualifying, 3 bedroom CBS $250 down FHA 2 or 3 bed- Room for a nice couple. Manor .
I Fla room, for large family payment. $85 mo. pays all. room, CBS. $9,950, see 339 NE I otdroom
woman. 51247. Exceptionally designed both
I Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW NW 39th St. Owner 7588749. 3 2 with
reasonable down payment. 7th Ave. PL 94371. '
Open tremendous scrttntdpla room overlooking wottr '
Drive by 2975 NW 70th Terr. eves and Sundays. $300 down in
move right Total
price only $23,000 good terms arranged.
call Fenster Realty, CBS, like new 2 bedroom, MISCELLANEOUSHenry's
Broker, PL 98779. 3 Bedroom CBS fenced, awnings, $78 mo. window service, free John A. Pirit on premises

-- Plus large Fla room, this is pays all, see 1762 NW 152ndSt. estimate, 6359869.HERE'S .

2 bedroom CBS, plus huge very very nice, the Fla room Owner 758-8749. _-"f" t'CBZY E:,itEWR0ei1'!!
Flaroom, with appliances & is huge, lovely kitchen, car- '
FHA $350 down, like new CBS, oak .WBI -. T''ALf.CE $I3M0 ,
furniture, FHA terms, only port, utility room,
down. .floors, tile roof, carport, a :;
$330 down payment. Seller down. Veterans $100 "III"IJAVllUE;
real only $73 See '
closing costs. Call Call me on this one to see. gem, mo. FINEST
pays Fensete Realty, Broker, to Call anytime. A. Ben-Kori, 2050 NW 96th St. Call owner This is truly a lovely home In a very contvtnltnt:

how, PI 98779. Realtor, 7512243. 758-8749. PRINTING location. Separate dining room, screened porch ,
.- awnings, fenced yard and othtr''txtros, 'hardwood
CBS 1896 NW 51 Ter. CBS, oak
2 bedroom,CBS, a honey of a
home, tile roof, hardwood $12.800 FHA $450 down and floors, tile roof, carport, 2 SERVICE floors, tilt .roof. $400 down. Total price
bedroom, porch, terms. Owner $13,000.
floors, carport. Only $300 do. $89 month pays all for this
Seller paying closing coats.Drive charming :2 bedroom 1 bath 758-8749
by 2000 NW 96th St. fully carpeted, carport, utility T950 Plymouth Station Wagon, PROOF YOU'LLLIKE 'TWN BEAUUESy!!
then call Fenster Realty, room this is spotless. Open $25 and one double bed, call -:: *<," $7 00 DOWN ':/'"
Broker, PL 98779. Sunday 3 to 6, 810 NW 84th PL 9-2241 or see at 826 NW OUR PRINTING M20NW 12 COURT, '/t.) .
St. Call anytime. A. Ben- 76th St. i
;1240 NW 91 STREET
Karl, Realtor, 7512243.
Quality Job; Budget Price -
1100 down. Anyone. Vets or 3 bed., 1 bath, CBS, house. In choice area. 2 comfortable, 3 bedroom CBS.

non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 FHA Special Has separate building with :2 No Job Too Large or Small Each on spacious 100x100 landscaped lot,
)bedroom CBS homes like new. 825 NW 84th St. Open Sunday, apts. No qualifying. Low down central heat
Only $100 down and from $63 3 to 6, thi a is really lovely, payment. Move in. Deadlines Met on Time sprinkler system, garage and, carpeting other hardwood extras. Priced floors
month immaculate ,many
pays all. One (1) mor fenced yard,
gate. Call now to see these home, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, a 3 bed. 1 bath, CBS, Beautiful Satisfaction Guaranteed right. FHA terms, one mortgage, reasonabledown
beautiful homes today. E. must see. 12800. $450 down. home see at 6345 SW 62nd paymentand one monthly payment pays all

Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip Veterans $100 down and $89 Ave. No qualifying, low down and our customers come back! Mrs. Sidney,A. Thomas on premises.IN .
mo. pays all. Call us any payment. Terms arranged,
Top Realty, 7540483.CBS time A. Ben-Kori, Realtor call broker, 624-69 83. Miami Times BEAUTIFUL ARCOLA GARDENS.

Duplex, only $400 down 7512243.1TZ3UO FHA 3 bed. 1 bath, frame house,

$76 month, 1 mortgage, :2 nice 845 NW 84th St. Open Sunday No qualifying low down pay Call OX 10421EARN "A NEED HOME"An

apts. on large fenced yard, 3 to 6, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, ment, easy monthly payments. exceptional well kept 2 bedroom CBS, conveniently '

near everything, good income CBS, plus very large screenedFla Bunche Park. 15620 NW 26th located, rear fenced yard with nice

property or home and room, fully carpeted, this Ave. 2 bed., 1 bath, large lot, patio and Bar-B-Q pit, reverse cycle air conditioner -
income, live rent free. Call is a nice large home, only FHA $300 down, $54.41 mo. XAIflf95 outside utility room total price
now. 7540483. E. Harry $400 down and $89 month I *
Very good buy. $ good terms. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh on pre-
Denny Tip Top Realtors, pays all, carport, utility room. EXTRA MONEY misos.

--- Call anytime, A. Ben-Kori, 3 bed., 1 bath, CBS, no quail To buy a homo

Large Lot, Low Taxes Realtor, 7512243. fying. House refinished, very T. start childrtn's education DRIVE ,BY
FHA price only $10,350 with --- nice, awnings, fence, low
$350 down and $71 month Duplex Furnished down payment, easy monthly fund 1300 NW 90 STREET
buys this well located 2 bed- FHA $15,800 only $600 down, payments. See at 1865 NW To pay off debtsOr THEN CALL US TO SEE
room CBS, (Veterans only live rent free in this lovely 69th Terr. Call Broker. even start a savings
$100 down). Large front home fully furnished. This is account This truly attractive completely and tastefully

porch, and extra large lot. a 2 bedroom one side could Special Offer. 2 bed, 1 bath, I cab full (furn. split level 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS with
Drive or part
Furniture, appliances, and be used as a three, also one CBS, full price this offer, a work' largo Fla room and oversizegarage, central heat
full bedroom one bath on other cash down timt. Interesting as
washing machine with $7700 $1300 payment
go and 3 air conditioners well and
this house. Key at Life side. This is a must see, assume mortgage, ap- you art mttting new people pump
Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th drive by 1919 NW 90th St., prox. $6400 $75 per month. constantly!! system for the cart of a beautiful landscapedlot
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eves then call me anytime, A. No Qualifying, Call: with relaxing patio, built-in Bar-B-Q. Near
and Sundays. Ben-Kori, Realtor 7512243. MARTIN M. BERNEY, Broker ZILBR TAXI school, shopping and all transportation.
--_. ,c.-_ 624-6983 1025 W. Flight Street
1935 NW Double lot. Huge home plus 2 Indtf
Beautiful 2 bedroom 41 Street, CBS in bedroom apt., for large family LAST BUT NOT LEAST
Manor Very good for people who are

ill. Large Park Fla.area.room.No qualify-Appli- Renewal selling their or Expressway homes to ,Urban near FOR RENT Hi.. and : :I luciii' '

ances. Fenced yard. $9500 with schools or buses. Drive by Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $22. $350 DOWN ,.

reasonable down and $65.32 546 NW 44th St. then call Nice 1 bedroom duplex. $19.00 76 NW 44 STREET
month Broker pays all. Life Reak Fenster Realty, Broker, PL Nice bedroom CBS apt. $22. NO QUALIFYING
$400 OWN
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL) $11,500 TOTAL
-4371. Open mites and Sun- _9-8779. Nice 1 bedroom CBS apt $95 month, nlco home to, LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
days., LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY live in plus home for Iscomt. -

Two$700 unit down duplex take overpayments.Call and cottage.. 2020 NW 62nd St. Ctod AHtpottah Lovely 2 or 3 bedroom homo with extra 1 bedroom
location. cottage with "minimum month
Incomt. You
, 9201 w. Little 759-9563 or 6332400.Lot Phone: 633-7809
River Blvd.
--t--- must sot this vole to' really appreciate Its

tract Outstanding CBS tile 3 bedroom, water- (3 blocks 52) 50x143 in One-bed.- unfum., downtownarea $6,900 Total worth.
front awnings, Carver Ranche reside nee week. Call
cage $10.50 per CBS BarjaisWidow
bedroom,Fla wall room to,wall can carpet be 4th, Mrs.only,Simmons call 6964485.or write to Mr.1374 or 3743506.One must 10 crlfl u. .11-; ', ,,, ..,. ,i "' ;_i.i i'" :\ "

Pphances, air conditioners. Near 17th Ave. & 42nd x CALL US:T8 HE TMEaE.VALVES '
Fish from back NW 76th St., Miami, Fla. bed., furn. $18 week. One '" ,' .. ,J' .4< ,
your own yd.
FHA Price $16.000 with $600Veterans effcy., furn. $13 per week. All St. &1. : lee'llei7fST I
down nd $ Two bedroom, frame house, utilities. NE 40500. Hurry this will soil fast.AREAL il"'jlHf' .Lee ,
,. .. ., '
( only $100- down)SeI- fenced yard, CBS, garage, I' '!,.;.,<, '. ,- .. t' ""''.' 4''"''',.1t ,
let pays closing cost. Life cement drive, near west Fourroom, fume orunfurn.$16 ALLAPATTAH 'i.15'
Realty Broker, 4932 NW 7th Little River, city water, week, utilities, incl. can be 3517 NW 17 --- j..t
Ave. Open eves and Sundays. school. Shown by appoint used as 2 bed. 653 NW 27t h 633-0476 "j, lr'W.'f.' ._:., : ,. .;
PL 94371. ment only. Call 691-8543, St. 3737973. HI 48004.
8400 NW 23rd Ave.

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 12, 1966

t f : Miami Beach Editor Advocates Shoot To Kill", de Paur Returns INext

of the series of"Ten gram wil be a medley of
Public'; Hangings Whippings for RiotersIn Magic Nights of Music" offered songs from "Porgy and

t by the Miami Beach, Bees,", the beloved Folk

his "Brunn Over Miami" Ho said he saw in the picture level that police, alleged citizens, "then withdraw all "Pops" concerts will be a Bess," the beloved Folk,
icolumn Appearing the Miami "A looter carrying an protectors of the public, haveto our nfiri4pg.men from Viet program Sunday, August Opera by George Gershwin.
Beach Reporter of July 28- electric fan out of the door- stand by and tee property Nam and instruct them to protect 14th, at 8:15,featuring guest Another section of the program
owners watch their property us. Perhaps those who conductor Leonard de Paur, will the best'
August 3, editor Paul A. way of a store in a riot area highlight
\ Bruun vented his spleen In no while the store owner looking taken from their places of have been killing the enemiesof famed for l his "Infantry songs of Duke Ellington
I H{ uncertain terms, againstrioters helplessly on and a poll ceman business?" South Viet Nam have more Chorus", With him will be Tickets are from $1 to
and looters.Mr. standing in the same doorway This is admittedly a sorry stomach for protecting their soloists Inez Matthews,Alon-' $3. For reservations and
Bruun was moved by through which passed this situation which should be fellow law abiding"citizensin zo Jones, and George MarshalL ,further information Mia-
indignation by "the most revolting loot carrying looter." remedied by the proper' auth the United States. ; Accompanying them mi Beach Auditorium Box'
'' lie asked "Has this orities-die law. But we'w0n- No sane person would full Beach
picture I have seen will be the Miami !Office 531-0477; Miami
in my reasonably long life." country sunk to such a low der if Mr. Bruun has an condone any form of'lawlessnesa. Symphony plus the local Beach Symphony Office -'
answer that would fit into But the period in
singing group "The Pops JE8-1049; or Allegro Music
American thinking in 1966? our history when the law- '
He suggests that when it is slaughtered the lawless has Cho rale. House,. Coral Gables, 444-
Cop Freed Who necessary to call out the long lance passed. Our government The feature! of the pro- ''8181.

National: Guard, "they shouldbe uses more humane
given one instruction, means of correction, and
SHOOT TO KILL. even Mr. Drum can't bring AETNA REALTY
Punched I f'egro' NurseThe He said that if the law back "public "hanging and
cannot protect law abiding and whippin gs.

Municipal Court near 16th Avenue.
Monday found innocent a She claimed that Lerman, FROM $66.61' MONTHLY
white Miami motorcycle pa. a nationally known inventor IT'S' GO-GO TIME ,
i trolman charged with assault of car accessories for the NO CLOSING COSTS
and battery in allegedly handicapped, was given a'
ticket by McGraw on a: A, Ni .,
punching the Negro nurse of 9 ,P ''ft rfd
t charge of "failing to yieldto
a paraplegic $11;
I the HaMSmiling .
McGrawan ,. 1m! :If :
:eight-year veteran on the Miami
Police Force, was declared -L ROMA A'IT'S'
.o .
I .1 innocent after' an all- l 290 NW 50 h St. $11,000
day trial conducted. by
I I nicipal Judge MU-j
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Gersten. I I DELICIOUS :i"I
A 1 Mrs. Willie Johnson, the .J. ,980rNWil' 1 Aw -512,366'' .
nurse, charged that McGraw !. 2! ,\ ';,.rJj,
o ii1 struck her with his fist when

""1, .attempted to help her em- '
Jlt ployer, Monroe Lerman,38, -V-T' Jffr f ""IfJ W 1511 NW 93rd St. 512,500AETNA
AiR '. of 2151 SW89th Court,from TA /j ML6R AND ILACK'N, rr E TV. l 11)| ')
: his car and Into a wheel- t" .':' :
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t 2 PadjstraiHs Eddie Lee Pitt-. \, 'ffclri'l f ; :
man, popular local businessman TEl FONMERLYTt1FrJETi1SNOWV'ET646NW REALTYBROKER
is the new own-
killed By Altos er of the Dive-Inn Bar
\ tfy 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 379J735
091.9431. He invite all f

f ) \' Saturday Night and his old meet friends new to friends.come :2NO.AVENUE: "\ : "f OPEN) ,TO:9'' : 811 NW 54th St. 757-5724

Everyone welcome indf
I ,

1 I. Zen Ambrose, 77, of
242 1/2 N.W. 12th SL, was
f killed Saturday night whenhe
was struck by a car on
: N.W. 70th St. and 17th Ave
.,. The driver, Nelson Brown,
YE 33, of 1319 NW 71st Terrace -
was not arrested,police
E'H'1-. 8a|d.

I Ambrose was a former
pastor in the Church of God.


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Au&o.Aslel fatally Injured Saturday 945.03$1 MIAMI, FLA. Psrrine,,Ia. <
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From J. .by a car driven by Clarence
A cal James, 34, of 843 NW65thSL
UnbroAshe 'S Police said a second car 10-9 NO EMERGENCY NOT GOING OUT Of BUSINESS 11-6
r struck the victim and fled the
8NTo scene,

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