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 19, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol. 43, Ho. 51 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1966 20 PAGES 15 TtY

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POMPANO BEACH Ar- several Negroes were injuredand chandise had been stolen. He !I
thur Marks, the white super- windows of Marks' super- then stripped the stores, using -
market operator charged with market smashed. a moving van to haul

R C lapping a 10-year-old Negro Since the riots, police and away the merchandise.
k' 1 boy, was found guilty in Muni- operators of Marks' stores Marks had said earlier I
cipal Court last Wednesday have charged that vandals that he had not decided f
4 have been looting the stores. whether or not to reopen the '
night.Capping a four-hour court Recently Marks took an stores. He said a final deci-
at + session Judge Harry Fischer inventory and estimated that sion will depend on how his 1

fined Marks $15 plus $5 court thousands. of dollars in. mer- customers respond.

tI1 T % the costs.striking Marks store Norman on had June been Wade 21.accused inside of 2 Free After 13 .' I

He denied the charge.
The incident touched off
r rA Yrs Death Row
in disturbances the Hammondville June 21 and Road 22 on '
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Negro district, where Marks ORLEANS-A federal atically excluded from the \
operates the supermarket and court Monday reversed the grand jury that indicted them
clothing store. and the jury that convicted :, .
convictions of two Negroes
Miami City Commissioner Athalie Range presents the key to the city to Mrs Gangs of young Negroes who have been awaiting exe- j

Mrs. Ossie Ware Mitchell, national president of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority from pelted police with bottles and cution in the Louisiana State them.Labat and Poret were convicted I

Birmingham, Ala. A group of 350 sorority members and their families boarded theS. rocks before the police in riot Penitentiary for 13 years, March 23, 1953. Execution I(

S. Nili Monday afternoon for the first offshore convention by a Greek letter or helmets, carrying carbines, longest in U. S. history. of their sentences wasdelayed
put them to rout.Twenty.even. The convictions of Edgar nine times by court
for the 37th Convention will be held aboard
ganization. Sessions Anniversary ship. Negroeswere Labat and Clifton Poret for orders.
After visiting Nassau and Freeport, the group will return to Miami Firday morning, arrested during the the aggravated rape of a white The two men have been on II

Aug. 19t Photo by Frank Johnson riots. Two policemen and woman were reversed on death Row longer than any
grounds Negroes were system- prisioner in American history.
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I ,;;' ,::1.I.. ;11 ,rel".I' R .ItJL }! !+ "Meet the Press" Schedules I II

About 88 percent of the groes interviewed rejectedany ot every four in the South) Six Civil Rights Leaders
A made in New York believe their situation
report whites would be against their program that would aban- has
City Monday on a national children dating Negroes. don integration as a goal, or improved and public accomo- Martin uitner King, presidentof
survey on race relations said of it alone without white datlons have. But for the NAACP Executive Direc- the Southern Christain
16 cent
that against per majority housing remains tor Roy Wilkins will be one Leadership Conference
white prejudice whites In general and 42 support. a ;
Negroes has not changed Southern whites Two of every three Negroes sore point, especially in of the six civil rights leaders Whitney M.'Young Jr., execu-
much in this country during per cert questioned(three out Northern city ghetto*.*, y. appearing on.a special 90 tive ,director.;of the National #
object to sitting next to aNegro minute edition ot "Meet the "
the past three years. in 21 Urban League; Stokley Car-
a per
michael, chairman of the
cent and 56 cent, respec- Appearing with him the
per on Student Nonviolent Coordinating -
Conducted by Newsweek tively, to using the same rest EOF// To Set Up Credit NBC television network show Committee and James H.

Magazine, the survey said room; 16 to 40 per cent to Sunday, August 21 at 3:30 Meredith, initiator of tha
the white man is resentful of sitting beside a Negro on a p.m. will be the Rev. Dr. recent Mississippi marcn. '

Negro rioting and opposes bus; 28 to 54 per cent to trying
even peaceful demonstrations clothing a Negro has Unions Poverty AreasThe ...

by Negroes. tried on.About.

Newsweek sent Louis 63 per cent of Economic Opportunity g. N. Taylor, EOPI credit
whites believe all demonstrations Program Inc. Will make it union coordinator planning
Harris, polling are bad. Ot was 53 possible for residents of the meetings with the public in

teams-113 Negro interviewers per cent three years ago.) five principal Dade poverty all six EOPI Neighborhood
the nation to
throughout question 1,059 Negroes and About 79 per cent of areas to learn how to esta- Centers now In operation in
credit areas.
neighborhood the
bush target
whites would object to a
1,088 whites from varying
backgrounds. friend or a relative marrying unions'y..-______?.. Leonard Fisk, field repro- :
a Negro. (It was 84 per cent sentative of the Florida Credit .
Union League, will assist I
Some of the results of three years ago.)
Taylor in this program.
the survey were: t 4K
About 46 percent of the About 50 per don't believe tY. tkJ'
whites objected to having Negros have looser morals Meetings are scheduled:

a Negro family next door.It than whites, and 43 per cent At the Neighborhood Cent
( was 51 per cent in 1963.It believe Negroes want to liveon ter, 490 NW 11th St., Aug. 22;
welfare. at the Brownsville Center,
is 69 cent in the South
2741 NW 49th St., Aug. 23;
now.) Alarie margin of No- at the Liberty City Center,

6709 NW 15th Ave., Aug. 24;

at the Coconut Grove Center,
3743 Grand Ave., Aug. 25; at
the Perrine Center, 17440 S.
Dixie Highway, Aug. 29; and
\ at the Homestead Center, 422

SW 11th Ave., Aug. 30.
All meetings will start at

E. TAYLOR 7:30: p.m. s s


Free SwimmingIn "' ,

M. City PoolsMiami Marine Killed After II

Secretary of Health Education and Welfare JohnW. abolish City pool Commissionerswill fees at city In ,his City 1966-67 Manager budget M.proposal L. 2 Weeks in Viet Nam ; II

Gardner (right) discusses work of the Federal Task pools next week, to encourage Reese had recommended -

Force for Greater Miami with John B. Turner, Chairmanof pool-use and help to keep abolishing the fees, but,
A 19-year-old Miami Ma- miantenance department !
the Dade Task Force (left) and Miami Mayor Robert more youths occupied. caught in a budget shortage rine was killed in action two Miami International Airport.at
King High. Secretary Gardner was in Miami Wednesdayto Mator Robert King High commissioners voted not to
drop them. weeks after arriving in VietNam "We got a letter from him
meet with community leaders and to report on work on commission Tuesday meeting called a for special 7:30 The Citizens Action Board the Defense Department the day before he was killed," .,

of the task forces to stimulate the local economy. newly organized by the com- announced Monday. said Mrs. Rolle. "It was very
a.m. Monday at which, he -
sad. I could tell he wasn't
The Task Force was formed with the beginning of said "We will eliminate the mission to ease racial ten- "
Rolle make it.
Melvin going to
the Cuban Airlift to ease the economic impact of refugees fees." sion in Miami, had suggestedthat joinedthe -
Marine Corps last Pfc. Rolle was assigned ):
on Miami. Gardner reported that 73 per cent of From 16 cents for childrrn the fees be dropped.At after graduating from BookerT. year the First Marine Division. f"

refugees have been resettled since the airlift began, and 26 cents for adults, the their Monday meetingthe Washington High School. Survivors include two ,..

and said the number now receiving public assistanceIs 1 the city has been raising an commissioners will also He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. grandparents, Mrs. Llllie '

less than last December. Miami-Metro News Bu- :timate $30,000 annuall | from discuss the board's proposalto James Rolle, 2361 NW 73rd Mae Wright and Arnold Clark,
its pool fee x extend pool hours. Ter. His father works in the both of Miami.Uhiv .
reau photo.

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August_ 19, 1966 ." .. L..t r r< r'" ,n ,"i,1 .

I r Bob Sounders Rides Grants Herd OnAntiPoverty

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Regional Saunders is one of the
The Southeast
civil rights coordinators ,
Office of Economic Opportunity seven '
has a, selected by OEO Direc-
in Atlanta, Georgia
8.1 tor Sargent Shriver to man the ; ;
coordinator and II i !I
civil rights seven regional offices of the '
two field investigators at I'i; : t Office of Economic Oppor-
work to secure compliancewith tunity. He considers complaints -
the civil rights provisions = t' from residents of the
of the anti-poverty act. .' entire southeast region which
Frank K. Sloan, regional i' "",, Afs
of Ala-
.!. ". includes the states ,i
OEO director announcedthat "'' bama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi -
Robert W. Saunders has .'.., South Carolina and
been functioning as the Tennessee.
dinator since the office was "
established in March. Saunders served in the
"Anyone having a com- U. S., Army Air Corps, earned',
olaint about violation of a his BA degree at the Detroit -
1 1P 1rl
civil rights act in the antipoverty Institute of Technology, 'K ,
program should con- and attended the Universityof
tact Mr. Saunders' Mr. Detroit Law School. He
Sloan said. The address of of minorities and groups to has been a national officer
the civil rights coordinatorand be served. with the NAACP a field c- rM1Ti11f1rm
other offices of the regional Receiving and processingcivil secretary and field directorfor
OEO is 101 MariettaSt. rights complaints in the NAACP in Florida,
., N. W., Atlanta Georgia. the anti-poverty program. and director of social action i
The job of the civil rights Enforcing equal employ- for the A.M.E. Church in <
director involves four speci-. ment within the agency and Florida.
fic areas: with contractors who do busi-
Reviewing all OEO grant ness with the agency. The telephone number of
applications within the region Maintaining working rela- the civil rights director is
to insure civil rights tions with civil rights or- 526-6901, Atlanta.
cotnoliance and involvement ganizations.

f Block' Boy, What Are PRINTING FINEST .l

You Fighting For? SERVICE '""

You tyranny or the simple storyof
Fighting For? by Hubert the ordinary soldier in a
concentration Above
is the astonishing camp. ... .
all, it is a work of the human
story of the life of a southern Quality Job; Budget Price i
spirit and a profound tributeto
Negro in Birmingham, Ala. 'H
and his terrifying experiencesin the Negro's struggle to No Job Too Large or Small
the Chinese prisoner of preserve his dignity. How to make a loan and buy on time was the topic of discussion at the highly! wiNI
Hubert the author,
war camps in Korea. The Deadlines Met on Time successful panel discusison held Monday in the Community Room of the Roosevel
was born in Tuskegee, Ala.
book will be published by .
Savings and Loan Association.The
and has been his
on own
Pageant Press on July$2.75.27, since the age of 15, when he Satisfaction Guaranteed meeting under the sponsorship of the Liberty City Neighborhood' Cente
will be at
and left home to seek work in of the Economic Opportunity through its Legal Services staff and the
This book is not simply an Columbus, Oa. Drafted into and. our customers Clime back! program
indictment of Communist Dade County Bar Association, was attended by more than 100 enthusiastic persons.
the army in 1943, he servedin
Europe during the libera Miami Times The speakers were attorneys John Smith and John White of the Dade County
tion. After discharge, He ret Bar Association. Benny O'Berry, Liberty City EOPI Center Director introduced the t
enlisted in the army and serv- program, while Irvin Futerfas, center attorney, served as moderator. Photo by Fran IIe IIt
ed in the occupation forcesin 691-0421 Johnson.HURRICANE.
Join theNAACP Japan. During the Korean '
conflict he was assigned to a '
transportation truck company.
Retired from the army since tc
1964, he now lives in Tus tf
kegee where he is employedat SPECIAL f
Tuskegee Institute as a c
guard. 4I

Introducing... PROTECT YOUR HOME 1

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was graduated from Florida A&M Univer

sity. He then served in the U. S. Army for two

years, being separated from' service as a

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teacher for the past 10 years, most recently -

I serving as head football coach at BookerT.

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THE MIAMI TlM6' Friday August 9, 1966 3e
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y ,y q I Youth/ Hall Program Gets'I; :,

k e r +b Jt ;, ''' Two Dade County teachers, activities being carried out graciously agreed to help I
+ selected as team leaders in during the summer 'months with this project. 1'1'
_' the National Teacher Corps, when school is not in ses The girls were quite enthusiastic ,
have helped to add a new sion. They decided to teach and showed appreciation
dimension to the activity the girls to make dresses, for what was being
program at Youth Hall this done for them. I
shifts, head scarfs; house
summer. Mrs. Genevieve The teachers gained a !
shoes and other items of
Lockhart and Mrs. Polly McIntosh clothing for their personaluse. great amount of insight int o I'
were assigned to work some of the problems that
!. at Youth Hall through the face these children through I
k the NTC Training program casual conversation while
being conducted at the Uni- Many yards of dress material working with the girls.
versity of Miami through Aug. were donated by local More volunteer workersare
" t 19. businesses and individuals.Mrs. needed. Mrs. Lockhartand
.- .--......... .., -' Then ladies recognizer : Dorothy Harris, homemaking Mrs. McIntosh hope to
PLANETARIUM' ,ADDITION the need for more wholesome teacher at BTW, help with future projects.


1h- Opo-locka NAACP to Kickoff Mail your Branch membership NAACP to,

2555 .NW' 159th St., Opa-locka,
II Fla., 33054. Adults-$2.00,
Membership DriveThe $3.50, $5.00 and up per year.
For information call 621-
f Opa-locka Branch would not be a NAACP organi 0870. Mrs. Brunt.
S Vincent Gablanelll, director of Dade County's Museum of Science and Natural NAACP invites you to attenda zation. We need you. Support;
History, displays a model of the new $500,000, 344-seat Space Transit Planetariu mass meeting Sunday, Aug. us both financially and moral TURNER'SKINDERGARTEN
1 which is scheduled to open on the museum grounds in November. MiamiMetro''21, 3 p.m. at Mt. Hermon AME ly. The NAACP has been
Church, 2245 West Bunch fighting for your freedom for ..-.
News Bureau Photo.Brownsville.
1 Park Drive, Opa-locka. more than 50 years and todaywe Registration Now
This meeting has been are enjoying plenty of Going On
e planned for the beginning of beautiful fruit from which the
our Membership Drive and NAACP bored. A tree cannot 7168 NW 16 Avtnn..
EOPI To Canvass 6,000 Families
the branch urges that all bear fruit without being cared Call
members with expired member- for and fertilized.The NAACP 691.5936 6916772Hot
ty The Brownsville Neighborhood Housing Code Program. The which fights the war on pov- ships, please renew them no organization cannot keep
1 Center at 49th St. survey will enable Dade to erty in Dade County. Directorof later than Sunday, Aug. '21. fighting for your freedom lunches Pick up
and NW 27th Ave. and its see whether or not an application the Center is John D. Johnson Join your, NMCP now, it isa without" your financial and Trained PersonnelT. '
advisory board have joined for such funds can be ; president of the Center's membership organization moral support. So let us all
handa with Dade County for a justified.The advisory board Is the Rev.Z. and without members, there join the NAACP Army H. Turner; Supervisor
special project. Brownsville Neighborhood V. Deans. I Aug. 26
They have mobilized the Center is one of six The man carrying the ball
residents in the area for a establishments so far in target for Metro is Joseph ft.. Noffo fltQWflWR
canvass of some 6,000 single areas by the Economic Sr., Minimum Housing Enforcement -
family home and duplex own Opportunity, Program, Inc. Officer.Dugies FOR THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATES -CALL
ers, to assist the Metro Government -
in its attempt to get
federal funds for a sprucing Guest House
up and general improvementof t(43AL4.
the neighborhood. BONDED
These funds are available r
under the Federal Assisted
Neighborhood Improvement '

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1. Mr. Walters / done by a few U upen.lve to all. PUai/ help uf stop this unn.c*t lory..)!.
1. Hi-Fashion Processing Wigs By
C.A Lockhart, Public Relations Director
2. Expert Barbering 2. Wig Styling at its Best
3. One Day Service Just $4.85
3. Scientific Skin & Scalp
Treatment 4. Back to School Special
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4. Seven Chairs No Guaranteed $24.95 A' 1163 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 38416
1 y/aiting(/ Factory Perrine CE 5.3553 1675 N.W. 62nd St. OX 6.2467
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 19, 1966H. IUO



jp BY BILL McBRIDE M. Young Jr. i iFirst

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Whitney
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
Here Executive PI rector National Urban League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor 5l Negro Business

OSCAR W. WEAVER, Clrculatlon Adv rtUlng Manager -
Mombor of the National' Nowspoport Publishers Association : '4r In Sad State ( of Four Articles)

&' This Is the first of a four-part series
.. to Vietnam. The second installment will
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN So.04 It deal with
DADE NEGRO BUYING POWER EXCEEDS some of the problems I found; the third will deal
Entoro/l as Second Class Matttr, August 9, 1927 at the Post LITTLE BEING SPENT specifically with the calibre of skills and talent found
Office at Miami Florida, und.r U act of March 8, 1876 $200,000,000 ; among, Negro personnel in Vietnam; and the final installment .
WITH NEGROESIn will touch on special programs
Office it 6740 NW 15th Avon Phono OX 1-0421 to aid the
Negro veteran as he returns from Vietnam
attempted to and into
this series we have objectively civilian life.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" focus attention on' the fact that Negro owned and
The NEGRO PRESS believes that Amorlca can but load is in a sad
business here in County the
operated To more fully appreciate facts and
tho world from racial and notional antagonism whon It accords facets of
to ovory man regardless of race, crood or color his and decaying state, and certainly leaves a lot to be a given situation, nothing( compares with traveling to
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-tht desired. We pointed out many of the shortcomings of "where the action is." My recent trip to Vietnam
Nogro Press strives to holp every man In tho firm bollof that the Negro business owner and called his attention to case in point. For the experiences are forever is a
all mon are hurt as long as anyone is hold back. the lessons being taught by Cubans and Chinese in my mind. etched
operating businesses in the Negro communities of
THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE Dade County. We also called attention to the helping

hand being extended by the local Small Business I did not make the 24,000-mile round trip to that
Returning to the office of Sheriff after being ex9neratei and touched the excel- strife-torn Asian the
Development Center; on many country assess whys and wherefores
on charges of perjury levied against him, lent business opportunities being overlooked by the of the war but to make a humane, personal contact .
T. A. Buchanan fired Chief George Leppig who was Dade Negro. with our Negro fighting men and to tell them of
interim sheriff, and Chief Charles Zmuda, head of the
our concern for them. I wanted to find out what
central services. All of this was done in a sincere effort to very we in
the Urban League could do for them when they returned
Sheriff Buchanan said he had lost confidence in simply say to the Dade Negro business owner: "Wakeup home and to civilian life.
them. Read the handwriting on the wall! If you want the

Zmuda said the real reason for his dismissal was support of your black brother, you must put your own And meet them I did--on a flat, lonely stretch of
I because "I refused to compromise by honesty and in house in order and give them the type of business where
, delta in the south Vietnam, a cow pasture
tegrity for political considerations." Zmuda "
of their
I talked with them from
serves as a landing strip, ; the
put on a battle for reinstatement.
However, Sheriff 'I Buchanan is considering filing And now the finale of this series, let us take decks of an aircraft earner at Yankee Station (code
formal Civil Service charges against Zmuda. note of the fact that the failure of the Negro business name for location of the craft in International waters
Sheriff Officer George Leppig also seeks rein- here in Dade is not all the fault of the business owner. north of the 17th Parallel) I talked to others; along
statement or another county position in 'order that he The Dade Negro consumer, numbering 200,000 strong streets and in restaurants in Saigon I met still others.
may not lose pension benefits after eight years of and wielding a buying power estimated as being in in faraway Danang, in Pleiku, in An Khe, in Nha

service. excess of $200,000,000, has certainly been guilty of Trang, and in many more places there of which you
The Sheriff says his office had been bugged. refusing to patronize those Negro owned and operated 'have no doubt read about, I met and talked with Negro

Zmuda said he has been framed. He is willing to businesses which are certainly worthy of their pa- personnel and others.

take a lie detector's test. tronage. Hence, only a minute portion of the afore-

mentioned $200,000,000 is spent with Negroes; mak- And I visited our men in such places as the 3rd
ATLANTA TIGHTENS GUN LAWS ing it virtually impossible for the Negro business ownerto Field Hospital, near Saigon where saw those mend
The authorities in Atlanta, Georgia, this week improve and expand his business to the longove r- ing from various injuries and wounds, being aided back
passed legislation requiring mandatory fingerpringintof due extent of providing more and better employment to health, or comforted in their last hours, by a Negro
all purchasers of pistols and outlawing the sale opportunities for his black brothers. surgeon and Negro nurses, among others, who worked
of all .22 calibre pistols with barrels three inches or deftly and with dedication.

less, that retail for less than $39. The Negro consumer has been guilty of the same

Alderman Millican said the laws "ought to be as thing he has accused the white man of doing to the There were heart-swelling moments spent talkingto

strong as possible. There are thousands of people in entire Negro population. He has stereotyped the Negro, and white buddies who manned outer barricade
this city, and in other cities" who< have firearm?, that Negro business ,owner; placing them all in the category defense towers near lush green, beautiful but
have no business having them." of being poor business operators. dangerous>!:.tree-covered mountains; where these boys of

18 and 19had suddenly become men and accepted their
MINIMUM WAGE INCREASEThe From where I sit, this is untrue and grossly un- hard lot with a fierce pride and with,deep awarenessof
Senate Labor Committee'' has recommendedan fair, as there are Negro business owners who exhibita the awing responsibilities placed on their shoulders.
increase in the minimum wage, now $1.25 an hourto pride of ownership and whose services, and or products
$1.60 an hour. The bill will go to the Senate for are equal or superior to the many of the thriving I met a handful of disgruntled Negro GI's who

action next Tuesday. If the bill becomes law, half non-Negro owned businesses being operated on wanted "out" and to come home, but even they went
million farm workers would be eligible. So would the black side of the tracks. about their jobs with apparent awareness that they

some six million employees of large service and re- had a job to do and were doing it nonetheless.I .

tail establishments. While we do not advocate patronizing a business
Increase would begin at$1.40 an hour on February ONLY becasue it is Negro owned, we do strongly re- also met and talked with Ambassador Henry
1, 1967, and go to $1.60 in 1968. commend that the Dale Negro consumer, in spendinghis Cabot Lodge who made us welcome upon our arrival at
The newly covered farm workers would be guaran $200,000,000, give FIRST consideration to those a luncheon which he held for us. There was the remembered
teed $1.00 an hour on February 1, rising by 15$ annual Negro owned and operated businesses which measureup hour spent with General W. C. Westmore

step to $1.30. to present day standards.Yes land, head of the Military Assistance Command in ,

Vietnam (MACV), who displayed a sensitivity to our "
NEW YORK HERALD-TRIBUNE CLOSESThe mission which was admirable. ,
from where I sit, if the Metropolitan Dade
New York Herald-Tribune of York's Negro is to and the
New county community grow prosper General Westmoreland readily admitted that he
oldest newspapers, went out of business on Monday. Negro business owner must become more and more did not know how many Negro officers he had in his
The reason, or one of the reasons, is the strike bythe aware of the fact that he must exhibit a greater pridein command, without excuse. But quietly, while we visit-
unions. the of his business and the Dade
Negro ed troops in other sections of Vietnam, he had ourre-
Closing down of the morning paper leaves 800 consumer must use a greater portion of his $200,000,000 quested information compiled and waiting upon our
people out of jobs.
buying power in his own backyard. return to Saigon.
The Herali began publication in 1865; The Tri-
bune in 1841. The two merged: and the combinationwas
a power for years.A And there was Lt. Col. Samuel V. Wilson, a hero
New York journalist has offered $75,000 for SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO ALL of the famed Merrill's Marauders who fought deep beneath

the name and goodwill: of the New York Herald-Tri GROCERY STORE OWNERS enemy Japanese lines during World War II. Col.
Wilson, a native of also
bune. Virginia, was my host. lie
Associated Grocers, in conjunction with the local I gave a farewell reception for us and displayed an

MORE TEACHERS WANTED Small Business Development Center will begin a easy going friendship and eagerness to make our stay
special training program for grocery store owners memorable. who
on There
were others who aided us,
The summer will soon be over and school will Aug. 24th. made available many
records and information we requested.
open. Teachers who have been studying out of town They made their availableand
troops and other personnel
are returning to make ready for opening day-- ept. 6. This program will ,encompass, all phases of the then silently left so that we might talk withthe
However, there remains openings for more teachers. grocery business: meat, dairy, produce, buying and dozens of Negroes we wanted to meet in private.
Assistant Personnel Director Donald Theobald selling, advertising and display, etc. We saw many other working in
Negro personnel
reports there have not been enough Negro volunteers to. the the
Embassy and in in
and deep
integrate faculties in all Dade schools. For further information outposts villages
County About anJ registration for this interior of South Vietnam. The latter civilians working
12 schools will have no Negroes on their faculty when program, call Oscar 'V, Weaver at OX 1-2223 or loS with the Agency for International Development (AID)
school opens. There! are far more white teachers Simms 379-0735. and the
U. S. Information were
Service (USIS. They
available for transfer to schools
Negro than are neeJ- .
ed. South Vietnamese people during
terrible times, helping them to get more yield from
Supreme Knight John 'V. McDevitt said their rice, teaching them about sanitation and working
The County will have nearly 1,000 teachers in- calls for local an state level discussions the plan side-by.side with the South Vietnamese in other
clu ling 900 newcomers and 100 former Oade teachers study materials prepared by the institute. based on positive, meaningful ways.
who are returning, but there are still openings for 40 Another happy experience in Vietnam was the
in secondary math and 60 in the fact
elementary gra-Jes. that Negro personnel indeed happy to know>
LET TSII-3E: :3E LIS5ITvorabl ; that for the first time a Negro leader had come to

CATHOLIC LAYMEN SEEK RACIAL HAJ1MOHY comment is being made about the Vietnam primarily to meet them and to see what hiS

The Supreme Council of the Knights of Columbus lights placed in some parts of Liberty itv. new organization could do for them. I think the soldier I
is planning a program for racial harmony. Their project are quite an improvement. They met on a street in Saigon typified this feeling when
will link the 1.2 million-member Catholic lay or- We hope such will be seen on all he rushed up and asserted:
ganization with the John LaFarge Institute in New avenues in the Liberty ?ity area. streets Md

York in promoting a series of inter-faith, international 'Ve would also like to s'e sHevalk "Don't tell me! Don't tell me! I know who you
study conferences. .. .. streets jn Liberty City. -* on all are! Urban League! Urban Yeah! Whitney
I. . ,. ,. 1", 1'1.. .' ...a. .;. ., . ... ............. Young! Whitney Young! I .sure League am glad to see you4 -



THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday.. August 19. 1966 5

Marva and Leroy Worthy of San Jose, California --
.are visiting relatives and friends in the city.

The Hubert Earle (Audrey) McClouds and Mrs. S.
Darkins of Kansas City are vacationing in Miami. An

ocean cruise to Nassau last weekend completed an I
an.enjoyable stay with relatives and friends. : .

I Troup, the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. i
Ernest Lee Johnson has returned Horn fjjora, a seven After seven weeks vacation in Jamaica, Long f
week of college preparatory training at the Rehabili Island as the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
tation Center in Daytona Beach. Malachl! a 1966 graduate Smith, Mrs. Geneva Trottman and grandsons Jeffreyand
of North Miami Senior; High, will enter Florida Jerome have'retumedhorae '
State University the fall. FOR NICE PEOPLE
He plans to major in
Mrs. Bernice
social work. Carey and daughter Michelle, along
r' with Bessie and Carolyn Johnson, spent a wonderful
Mrs. LouvenU :four day vacation as the houseguests of Mr. an d
Knox nd
vacationing .in Quio .... *' Melanle' *. rt Mrs. Jake Rawls of Ocala, Fla. Interesting sights WILDMAN STEVE
'. '. '. consisted of Silver Springs, Six Gun Territory,jungl PRESENTS + ;
tours and riding in the glass bottom boats.Mr. ?
Thelma P, Outler baa returned NIGHT r
'home after sum SAT. & SUN. ;
met study at the University of "lorida. .
'. and.Mrs.. Larry Townsend (Carolyn Bain) spenta MATINEE :
Vacationing at Hot" Springs, Arkansas are Naomi' ,weekend in Nassau, then journeyed to Rocky Mount, AT THE
,Espy, Estelle Jones and Joan and Ben Huff. N. c.to spend a ,few days with Mr. Townsend's mother. t
Chairie, Carolyn and Larry are now spending a few IsaNd Club \

The Fred Martins and Fred Jr. motored to San- days at Pensacola..before. Carolyn' returns to her job
ford for their vacation. at nbar. J

Vera Mae Rhodes,Patricia Mike and Mrs. Blanche Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph /3rown with Nina and Rudy
Lawrence of Jn are visiting from West Orange, N. leave
Sanford., Florida are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. They .
Edward Cherry.Mrs. .. Saturday for the return trip home.

: Herbert (Doris) Saunders of Nassau is the Frances Henderson, on leave from the local po-
houseguest of Helen Trootman. verty program is attending an Institute on Social Work tt
in Special' Settings at the University of.Illinois.

Henry 'Young is all smiles over that living doll 9
Traci. He got his first look at the sevenweekoldmiss Miss Delores Gibson of Nassau, Bahamas is the

upon his return from a science institute at Oil- houseguest of Mrs. Martha Williams of Coconut: Grove.
lard in New Orleans.

Mrs. Gwendolyn Smith) public school librarian
Marian Dean ani Annie Bell McIntosh returned from Detroit, is visiting her uncle Mr. Dennis Smith. .. ,

on Saturday from FAMU. SAM & DAVE"HOLD
Garth Reeves and daughter Rachel are spending
Mary Louise Floyd, Dorothy Forcer and Herman four days in Boston before going to New York Cityfora I
Walton spent'a week at Femandina Beach before going week vacation. PLUS SAM & DAVE ORCHESTRAAND

on to Tuskegee for the remainder of their vacation.Mr. REVUEWjsBuITEReALjITHjc.

and Mrs. Jimmie A. Cooper and sons had as Read the best books, first, or you may not havea I
their houseguests Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Askins of De- chance to read them at all.

troit. Thoreau i.1.

Anthony Alexander and Feddes LaVier spent I
two weeks in Chicago as guests of Mrs. Shirley Be- Phil I OssoferI Join theNAACP r
lizes. I I
recently mentioned the Coming Labor Day Weekend Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welch Jr. and children, Aida disease of alcoholism, referring JACKIE WILSON BEN E. KING MARVELLS
and Richard III, motored to Lansing, Michigan to to Alcoholics Anony-
mous, the helping hand for -
relatives and friends. '
the person who sincerely wantsto '
quit drinking. A. A. today Where The "BACK TO SCHOOL" Action Isl! )
Christine Rowe is spending a week with Mr. and[ is comprised of an estimated

Mrs. Matthew ichardson of Tuskegee, Ala. 350,000 recovered alcoholics, The back to school spirit has taken over Lory's and we're brimmingwith
proving the value of this fine
Gloria Rolle Hence of St. Louis, Missouri is organization. A. A. is a all the smashing new campus looks.

visiting her mother, Idella Rolle and family. Gloria: who fellowship share of their men experience and women,
is a social worker in
St. Louis.
strength and hope with each
other that they may solve '
Robert Paul Young returned on Monday from sum- their common problem and I fl .
mer study at the University of Wisconsin. help others to recover from '
alcoholism. I r
Harriett Chittick of New York City is visiting relatives '
and friends. Harriett is the niece of Rev. and I have attended severalA. :
Mrs. Lambert Sands. A. open meetings, and
was thrilled to hear the t
'I Nellie Roberts attended the State; PTA Workshop stories told by members. I
at 3ethune-Cookman College. have heard stories describing
how some individuals sank to j l
the very lowest level of de-
gregation and were brought
Friends of Anna G. Anderson are happy to know back, as from the dead,to live
that she is recuperating at the home of Mrs. Woodi normal active lives once
Drown, 14761 Pierce Street, Richmond Heights. more. All admit that the biggest -
help to them, to enable
A vacation in Key West was Hazel Seymour's them to overcome their low '
choice this summer. state, was the fellowship of J,1\\
A. ,_
Get well wishes to George Seymour, Ruth Dames,
Beatrice Burrows, Leola Johnson; at Christian !Hospital A. helps where others .
cannot because it embracesthe :
; Alfred (Doc) Payne, Isaac Richardson, Leo Al- basic and essential elements -'.
bury Mrs. J. P. Monroe, Esther Saunters and Richard i of sound alcoholic
McGhaney. 'therapy. It advises the alco-
holic to seek medical aid for

Mrs. Effie Russell attenJei: the Bi-annual Meeting !his physical deficiencies, if
of Management for the Grand Household of Ruth at any; to seek God as he can
understand Him, for his spiri-
New Orleans. After the meeting, she vacationed in ]tual well-being; and to right, ,""
Hattiesburg, Mississippi. i insofar as it is possible, all
wrongs in the past in order to :
Eugene and Dolly Patton of Nassau are vacationing i relieve his mind of inner con- _
flicts. It furnishes him with
in Miami.
social and physical activities
for .t"-relea.e of nervous f
Mrs. Ellen Heidt has returned to the city" aft",r' energy and the correction of
spending the summer in Saltillo, Cob Mexico.: introvert types of thinking. It 4 % w

offers standing friendships which he has and probably under-- !

Mrs. Effie McKinney Davis has returned to her gives not opportunity known in for vears.sympathetic It You will find our prices in a class by themselves. I\It\t,.
Winchester after
teaching post in Virginia spending
mutual discussion to
the summer visiting relatives and friends. \)
bring relief to his complexes,
repressions and self recrimi- POOR BOYS . . . from 3.99
The Richard McGhaneys have returned from theirs nations. Finally, it gives him SLACKS . . . . from 7.99
vacation in New York City. Too bad Richer had to the opportunity to help othersin BLAZER JACKETS . from 15.99

enter Christian Hospital upon his return. helped.For the. same way he was CARDIGAN SWEATERS . from 7.99

COTTON SHIRTS . . from 3.99 ?
wedding bells will ring for Dorothy Ellen Jenkinsand a message of hope tor SKIRTS, solids and plaids . from 7.99
Eddie Fields on Aug. 27 at the episcopal Churchof I one who has gone through all Sizes 3 to IS
the Incarnation. this, tune in Blanche Callo-
way's "Progress Report" 6112 NW 7th Ave. Edison Center

will I(WMBM, 1490) for five days,
Patricia Kelly and Julius Lee Jr. exchangevows beginning Monday, August 22. OPEN EVERY EVENINGTILL9 P.M.
4 at St. Mary's "'esl yan Methottst
on Sept.
It can be heard three times Equal opportunity employerMalachi
Church. daily 8 a.m., 1:55 and 10 p.m.


RICHMOND ( I"I"Round About I

J r*'

lUlUIlIllIllIII11111111111111111111111111I/1IUIU I. JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL, .
By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross

AROUND OUR PARKS"Cinderella" ,VIOLENCE, July 1966: The Brownsville and East

a la modern highlighted a summer New York section of Brooklyn, uproared with gun
review presented by the Park Department on Tuesday play, molotov cocktails and hand to hand combat be-
August 9, at 8 p.m. in the cafetorium of Frank C. tween Negroes, Puerto Ricans and Italians. This so
Martin Elementary School. Cast as "Cinderella" was called riot started when a group of Italians marched .1

Vanessa Anderson, daughter of the Thomas E. Ander through a pre-dominantly Negro section carrying posters -
sons, of 14330 Madison Street Summer recreation to prevent Niggers
and signs saying'association rd .
participants exhibited fine showmanship for the parent from getting everything" and etc. From days of this pV s4
filled audience. Dance acts included the "Shortie
violence left many people hurt, arrested (mostly Ne-
Girls," dressed in bright black, orange and white costumes buildings were burned, cops injured and firemen -
'<< groes,
the Go-Go Girls" attired in art shifts
; pop ; overcome by smoke. Eric Dean, 11-year-old son
and a tap-dancing trio. Performing also were St. Claire of Mrs. Alvita Dean, was killed by"a sniper's bulletin ,
Jenkins and Jackie Fuller, following their winning which the NYC police has charged a 13-year-old Negro ,"c

appearances on August 4, at the Cutler Ridge Clown lad with the shooting. They Haven't found the gun.
Show. These boys were honored again, when they Charged without evidence, but it cooled the heat off 1i
along with Randy Fuller and Alonzo Stringer, were the police department. In the Coney Island section
with trophies for their track, Softball, golf,
presented ,..,
two Saturday nights ago Mrs. Lillie Mae Bennett was i .
tumbling efforts. shot by snipers from a moving car as she and her hus- ",\ .
All organized activities on the park, have been
band were waiting for a bus after visiting her sister. '
suspended until September 19. Her husband, Larry, said, "five or six white boys :'I"

SOCIAL NOTES passed in a car and fired the gun hitting his wife in 1.: ,
the right shoulder. A white taxi driver who had wit-

Viewing Chimney Rock Mountain, touring cloth nessed the shooting rushed her to Coney Island hos-

and furniture factories in Spindale, North Carolina, pital where he is doing fine. A visitor from Alabama. Miss Gloria Parker, a of the Future Homemakers of
and visiting with friends composed the itinerary of They said Alabama never hate so much and left for 1966 honor graduate of North America, Miss North Dade
Lois and daughter Denise Sweeting,on a recent trip to home. Dade High School is the recipient assistant secretary of the
Ellensboro, North Carolina. They are the wife and of the Dade County Honor Society and a Silver
daughter of Mr. Lawrence Sweeting of 14825 Robinson July 31, Roy Wilkins, NAACP big man, addressed Academy of Medicine's Knight nominee. in the area of

Street. New Orleans Rally urging Negroes to use their received citizenship.Miss Parker plans to attend
energy to build not to destroy .Adam Clayton
award for home Junior
Mrs. Frank King (Annie) who resides at 10475
Powell said NYC Demo County leader J. Raymond was president of the College and major in home
SW 146th Terrace, has recently returned from a nine- Jones betrayed Negroes because of his failure to see Speakers Council, a member economics.tie .
week-course in arithmetic, reading and physical that a Negro was included among the four candidates -
education offered at Indiana University in Bloomington -' selected last week for the $37,000 a year Supreme JAZZ CONCERT of the ,quartets when the
Indiana. Mrs. King is working for her masters de- Court nominations and that Tones should resign now two groups merge their musical
gree. SUNDAY AT excellence. As always, the
Rep. Powell had called upon Jones and Sen. JAZZVILLESunday concert will be full of sur-
When Brenda Brown,daughter of Mrs. Noral Brown, Robert Kennedy to insure that one of four candidates prises. The dress at Jazz-
Aug. 21 is the
was asked what French customs seemed most unusualon would be a negro Stokely Carmichael, chairmanof date for another jazz concertat ville is always is welcome casual to enjoy and
her recent study-tour of France;' she remarked that SNCC and Rep. Powell to hold Washington confer- Alan Rock's Jazzville.Thenew the everyone sounds of contemporary
most meals included numerous courses and that wine ence during Labor Day weekend to discuss "black- policy of the club will American music. Hope you
always accompanied the evening meal in homes and power." All Negro leaders will be invited. present a concert every all make it. In case you
Sunday with shows 4:30
restaurants. While there, Brenda also observed Bas- and at haven't been there yet,
tille Bastille 14 is celebrated with p.m. This Sunday Jazzville is located at the
Day. Day, brings the Ira Sullivan Four
folk dances fireworks and band playing. It marks the TEEN TALK. TOWN CHATTER. MUSIC back to the concert stage and Seville Hotel (Downstairs
Room) and
outbreak of the French Revolution and is celebratedas the Charlie Austin Quartet at Collins Ave
national XJRVEY Bud Powell (a jazz great) died last week will make their first appearance 29th St.
a holiday. after a brief illness. Our Deepest Stmpathy and Cash at Jassville. ?Charlie WMBM

McCall's Oh, Will You Wake Up. New Yorkers are Austin has been a regular at 1490 On Your Dial
talking about Dave Bondu's "Around Miami" columnist. these concerts, making the
INSIDE OUR CHURCHES He's good. To Bondu we dedicate Stevie Wonders Ira Sullivan Four a quintet. BLANCHE CALLOWAY
Now he brings his PRESENTS
Bethel Baptist Church launched its annual vaca- Blowing in The Wind The Miamians on Lenox (regulars at the Hampton group
tion Bible School on Monday, August 15 at 9 a.m. The Ave. from Gus Bar and Barbara Hart, ex Sir John hos- House) to Jazzville so that PROGRESS REPORT

school, headed by Mrs. LeRoy Ross and Miss Barbara tess now of New York 8th Ave. Caesar's Bar, sends we, can eniov them on a casual 3 Times Daily
Hankerson, is being held from 9 to 12 daily until Aug. Sunday, afternoon. Toppingoff
congratulations to Sepia Mayor Tannie Dean and vice 8 a.m., 1:55 and 10 p.m.
27. Teen and adults will teach from the theme, "Godis each show will be a bat-
Mayor Eugene Kemp of Miami and it's Carla Thomashit
Alive." Refreshments will be served after classes.All .
Billy Stewart's hit Summertime, dedicated to
neighborhood youngsters are urged to attend. Rev.
Jacqueline Smith, lovely college coed Nina Simone
LeRoy Ross is the pastor.
brought the house down Saturday nite, Aug. 6 at the LIBulTYDOUBLEEXCITEMENT DRIYEIN THEATRE
Central Park Jazz Concert with her weird singing

August 28 is the date for a million Dollar Weddingat style The Van Dykes' hit I've Got To Go Home
The which Without You dedicated to Airborne Paratrooper Charles
Martin Memorial Church. comedy, is
being coordinated by Mrs. Mary James, Mrs. Dorothy Gilbert Mad Lads' new hit I Want a Girl Just Like SHOW u

Hepburn and Mrs. Olive Ware, is open to the public. The Girl That Married Dad" and Joe Tex's I Believe THOUSANDS ALREADY AGREE YOU MUST
That I am Going to Make It, dedicated to Ella Moncurof

the Theatrical Beauty Salon. SEE IT FOR YOURSELF I IBY

With the onset of fall, many a June high school ACTION OF THE U.S. SUPREME COURTIT

graduate will venture off to college, new jobs, or military IS BEING SHOWN UNCUT AND UNCENSORED!

service. The following is a preview of some mm ?
South Dade graduates' plans for the fall., -c
Miami Dade Jr. College: Phyllis Albury, Linda

Blair, Marietta Cooper, William Gage, Maggie Green,
Rosalind Hepburn, Charles Hudson, Inez Jones, Ponce
Jones and Doris Williams.

Clark College: Gloria Allen and Josephine Hollo-

Howard University: Charlie Anderson and Ginger 1

Tennessee A&I: Morris Anderson, Harrison Foy,
and Ronald Williams.

Lincoln University: Ann Ashley and Sharon Ash-

Savannah State College: Minus Butler and Edward

Bethune-Cookman College: Lillian Chesman. i I
Florida Southern College: Gwendolyn Gibson. r 9 / n "A ADULT GENUINEI FILM...
Fort Valley State College: May Queen Holmes. 1 fdATURE AND
7 p
Rollins: William Johnson and Lewanza Lassiter. DEEPI I POIGNANT 1 T-N e oCKs
Winston Salem College: Johnny B. McKinney. GLIMPSE aT LIFE!

Cashier Training Institute: Dorothy McPhee. A

Florida A&M University: Geraldine Pinnancle. JiA ,..MCNIMINAfNQAMYIv
of SNLy!
University Miami: Michael Roberts.

Mrs. Helen Moss, 918 NW First Ave., (,1v12Y "QL I.W .
SERVING IN THE ARMED FORCES lucky winner of a free trip to Nassau at the was expense the rgff:31l =-. tA tAs's's'i CaLOR

.". Army: Wesley Dallas, Leroy Dozier, Nathaniel of Frank DuB>ise Knight Beat. Mrs. ,Moss, shown II You n (O.l Wi1P--r, AUOAf0i1S1YTwouer

t Hudson, Henry Mitchell. here with emcee Bobby Marshall, was holder of the MO / A 0 V L1

t Wlllldrt AJ?Weathers.= Fpr9; Sherman- '- vI Bethel. .Lewis. ,Tarve'. ands*;Jolm cky.Ucket Hotel Holo.during....Ladjes.tfight. .... .. .last.Thursday.Sir UJ.m InD.A., !


-5. THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday; August 19, 1966 7

Shirley Seldon and gwendolyn Miller report that they
I had a lovely time at the bridge tournament in Louis-
ville Kentucky no trophies, but they were there ITS : COMIHG SAL jA 0.27
Five of the Dolphins stopped by the house the
[\ii **" '"* nwmi i>
Y ..
O other night. They seemed to be real nice guys, and "

we wish them much success Herb Jefferies and
illS ., his beautiful wife, Tempest Storm, were by after a golf KSIAND/ CIUB
game Sunday. I beat him on the golf course. Ha ha. ),' ,
Their daughter, 3-year-old Pattie is a doll Got
vsr owi: eot+ou I your tickets for Clyde Killen's Night in Nassau? If
not, I believe you're too late. This is an annual affair r
that everybody makes. The Island Club on Aug. 27.
There seems to be a wrong impression somewhere Heard from the Dave Akins Trio. They are upsetting
concerning the newly formed Emergency Action Com Showboat in Washington, D. C. on to Cleveland in
mittee, that was suggested by our City Commissioner, three weeks The UGA Golf tournament starts on
Mrs. Athalie Range.The thought is that we are againsther Monday in Chicago. They will be hosted next year by .
and the committee. This is not so. We think it is a Miami's Par & Birdie Club. k' I
very good idea, and congratulate Mrs. Range on her That's it for this week, till the next one, live life L
suggestion of it, but our complaint is that it is too every golden minute of it. PEACE'

"wiis open" to be of much benefit to the cause for i ....... t. -rww.r.
which it was established. The selection of the members i "Clyd Killen'stAFirst MnualW

which has greatly changed, since its inception,
is a part of the gripe of some average citizens : : mf wrlffwiW W' -- '
and the fact that this is not only a city matter, bur > !1 1f

county-wide in its scope. We are also not'in favor of 1t 'NIGHT -NASSAU
'"suggestive ideas" for the young people of our community -
wy' (
', unless they are constructive suggestions.When .
( I used the word "we", I mean the many per-
sons who have called and spoken to me in person in 4 d

the grocery, stores, bars, etc., for whom we write this
column). A s Mrs. Range stated, "We are trying to get r
to the trouble spots as they develop, get to the source Eo
of the problem and talk sense." What we need to do f
is to get to the trouble spot !H5F03E it develops.The r '
committee is now a volunteer committee, F
but we still feel that the volunteers should not be ,7 .
known to the general public. Incidents that have been
mentioned that "might have started a riot", have been f,
happening in this city for years, and we have had! no ; / a .
riots, but suddenly some of us are,too "riot conscious' \ "
r4apt l
and we are almost behaving as the fellow with a chipon wr

his shoulder who is daring anyone to knock it off. 4r : ar: ,; iJ
Most people take dares, so why dare them? Now w* f "
; [!
must teach our people that each time a person, re-* ......,......... "" .L1."Vi -- .... .r
gardless of color, speaks to us, it is not the time to SITTING PRETTY A girl looks prettier When H';' ,1i ."t.J.E..at y. 1\ I .
say, 'you're just picking on me because I'm a Negro.' she knows how to sit, Mrs. Janet Winston, left, of r.. -,...:.. . 'j., -, ;::'
This is hot true in so many cases, and if we just stop Esso Research and Engineering Company tells Mary ,,_.____.....and... t.. "Uaml.J""Ka"ao, \ .' ...
and look around and think a moment, we might see our. Secola another employee. Mrs. Winston teaches "' "' -
Ann :
!:i : : ..it.
own faults or shortcomings, and that this might have' dress and grooming to New employees of the company, 'f'" 2'..ND... :HOT. .". .,ItA 110II'
been a constructive criticism that will help us in the world's largest petroleum research organization. She ( ( ,".. .' .Ji'f.t.....: .:.. ":;. 1 : '" '.""It',,) i' JYII"
long run. (This comes from one of our citizens who is a former model, secretary for Ebony Magazine and
runs a completely integrated nursing home in the Miami beauty contest winner.
area, who teaches I these young women to be aides I
LPN's and RN's). As Charles Hadley said to Charles KANSAS CITY CHIEFS .'
Whited of the Herald, "I have seen great changes in
lq years., Better jobs,. which we-pare on ours way to ENTERTAINED BY | '
getting; better' care for our children, more recreation MIAMI LOVELIES ,
facilities and better' housing, I feel we are on our : lIJGHnED]
way." Several members of the .
City Chiefs were en-
I know a lot of persons who would criticise
tertained by six of Miami'smost
Charlie for saying this, but do you realize that we are eligible maidens at the 276 NW 6th STREET
still LEARNING these skills to take these jobs. We home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
are not prepared for jobs as court reporters, secre- Peterson on 41st Street.
tarial fields where you have to do 90 words a minutein Perhaps these six lovely 2 RITES ONLY
voung ladies eave the Chiefs
shorthand and 70 or 80 in typing. We must prepare the incentive to humiliate the
ourselves for these jobs are here. Our greatest hold Miami Dolphins in their pro SAT. & SUN. AUG. 2O '& 21
back is the fact that we had inferior educational bene- football debut as they did to
fits from a long time and unless we were the tune of 33-0.
ago very
Friday night prior to the Teenage Matinee Sunday 3 to 6 PM
lucky, we cannot do these things. Education is free. game on Saturday seven of
EOPI had the Jewish Vocational Services, along witha the Chieftains succumbed to
lot of other agencies are teaching skills and basic the hospitality of their gra-
tt cious hostesses. They
education. Let us prepare ourselves for these jobs so Bobby Bell, Buch Buchanan were, : t
that we mayhave a better life, and better communities.We Curtis McClinton, Soloman
have to learn, also, to live with one another, be- Brannon (son-in-law of the i- JL
fore we can learn to live with others. Charles Hadleywas Petersons and brotherinlawof
Phyllis). Uloster Richardson -
right when he said, we are on our way to getting Fletcher Smith, Willie
better jobs, better housing, etc. but we have to be Mitchell, Sandy Stevens .and
prepared ourselves, and take our neighbors with us. Ron Burton.
Miami is not perfect, by any means, but look vided The the young entertainment ladies who pro-for t
around you, and see the progress being made. We the visiting footballers were
think our teenagers need clubs in each area that Phyllis Peterson, Jacquelyn
Jenkins, Alicia Knowles,
serve only soft drinks, dance music, nice atmosphere Carolyn McPhee, Angle Carter
with,shuffleboard, and otherrecreational material, that and Rose Blackshear.ANNOUNCEMENT.
is handled by adults with firm hands, yet gentle, un-
derstanding personalities. They need to be taught 1
teamwork and sportsmanship, along with respect for Mrs. Julia A. Moore announces ,
each other. This is what they would like to have, andI the marriage of her .T
sincerely believe that they would be better citizens daughter, Betty Moore Johnson

because of it. They should belong to a junior group, to Charles Brown of .;.'
where they can air their problems and gripes. Our Station WMBM Radio. The
children pattern after us, and we can only lead themso wedding date has been set Au !
for Sunday, Sept. 1.
"for them" /Ii
far. Jut if that leadership they are
acceptable to it. Let us not judge our teens as deli-
quents, for all of them are not. The most of them are SAVE UP TO 40%

good kids, and will follow the example of the adults. ON THE DRIFTERSPLUS
That is asking a lot of adults, but there it is. Auto Insurance i

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Jacquelyn Torres Liability Physical
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Johnnie Burke 22 Filing '

N* One Refused Ilf" \: ALL ..grRt.7i SHOW :
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Fields. We wish them much happiness Jeff Ad- AT SHELL'S CITY '..
dams doing a nightly stint at My Place, with the Dino (South Door) Frank DuBoise CHICKEN SCRATCHERS
Depose Trio, Jack Prince and Carol Joyce. There ;
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added that State
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houses, store front cooperation with the
"What's In It For United ir-
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dealing In the job problemsof the most likely places to -
undereducated teenagers reach these young people
Is avallableforfreebooklng! iwith film showings. The film sstAa 'I,'
Mr. L. F, Shebel, State Employment can also be viewed at the "Any MrUr In the world 9ANK '
Security Administrator Youth Opportunity Center row wont to go"
announced today. Miami. TJCK&5 COfT
The 28-minute film illustrates
the road blocks unskilled Actual school dropouts are NO MORE 4T
unemployed school cast in the film, youth whose
dropouts encounter in the Job lives parallel the story depleted
market, and portrays the role on the screen. These TlUYEL 41/SU
of the Youth Opportunity same young people,through'arrangements
Center in setting them on the with their local "Your Neighborhood Trawl' '',
track toward useful, productive YOC, are now learningmar- Ag.nt. v
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"We estimate there are work experience under the At near.to you at yourfolvphono.
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, AuBus 19, 19ti s

".'" i Bettye Johnson Stunning Bride o f James R.. Jones

mt m m fmMmtmmimtmm tmim mimfii
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was the beat man, presentlytraining.
In a wedding of dignity, Ushers included
4 yt elegance and beauty, Mill Andrew J. Walker, receiving
Bettye L. Johnson, daughter brother-in-law of the
of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick from Bronx, New York;
of Miami,
Leopold Johnson McCoombs, accountantin
was married to James R. Michigan and
Jones, son of the late Mrs. Flint,
of the :
Mamie Jones and James
A. Leo Adderley, attorney,
of North
Jones The bride, stunning in a Miami, cousin of the bride.

IIJIII gown of white peau de sole, The maid of honor de soie wore full alight IIiH i
moved gracefully down the yellow peau
aisle of Mt. Zion Baptist length sheath with a floral
i Church in an afternoon ritual. bolero and matching hat. She Ii'1Lq.
a' On Sunday, the twenty-sixth carried a bouquet of white '
of June, she was given in daisies. Other attendantswore ,
marriage by her father Mr. gowns of apricot peau ;r!
ill Fredrick L. Johnson. The fit- de soie with a floral bolero
ted bodice of her gown was and matching hats. Each
embellished with silk lace, carried a bouquet of yellow

r pearls and rhinestones, which daisies.

were repeated on the semi- The flower girl, dressed in
bouffant skirt and chapel yellow, was Lawanda Wright,
train. Her veil, the same daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
length of the train was of im- Joseph Wright. The ring

ported illusion, which was bearer was Tee S. Greer, m,
draped over a crown head- son of Mr. and Mrs. Tee S.

l piece fashioned from material Greer, n.
h, a c out of which the dress was Mrs. Veulah L. Johnson,

made. A very, very small the bride's mother, chose a
exquisite necklace compli- gown of yellow bonded satin
mented the dress. with matching accessories.

She carried a white silver Acting as mother,the groom'ssister
edged Bible to which was J. Walkerof
Mrs. Andrew F
attached a bouquet of white New York City, wore a

bridal roses. yellow chiffon shift with
Rev. Edward T. Grahamwas matching accessories. Both

"j, the officiating minister, wore white corsages. All of
for the double ring ceremony. the men in the wedding wore
Vennda Rei Harris Is Berrien presided at the organ. formal cutaway.
I Nuptial music was furnished The wedding was directedby
by friends of the family. Mr. Mrs. Dorothy Maxwell, English
by International Airport.Out pliments by his friends
Gibson "Because. in
Wed To James Arthur King sang teacher at Miami North- of town guests were Flint, Michigan.
) Mr. John Dillard played a western High School and frequently
Vennda Rei Harris acji the Canterbury Oub. violin solo "At Dawning." involved in large Mrs. Jackie McCombs and The new Mrs. Jones is a
James MUledgc Gibson, Jr. The bridegroom L> the son Miss Brenda Beneby sang group activities. A reception Mrs. Bobbie Rouser of Flint, graduate' of Hampton Institute

were married on Sunday morning of the senior Gibsons of St. "1 Love You Truly" and serviced by Pearl and Jessie Michigan; Master Derrick and is now working as a specialist -
in St. Agnes P. E. Church Petersburg Fl-a He was **Th Lord's Prayer." Caterers followed the weddingat Walker and Mrs. Mamie in diagnostic testing
with the Rev. Lambert Sands also> graduated from Tennessee Attending the bride washer i the home of the bride. Mist Manuel of New York City and remedial teaching of read-
officiating.Mrs.Lelia WttEams State where ha was a memberof sister, maid of honor, ]Dorothy Ellen Jenkins was in Mrs. Mary Dabney of Rich- in the Flint, Michigan School
organist and the choir of St. ROTC and off the Lampudoa Miss Joyce L.Johnson, teach-i charge of gifts. Miss Annie mond, Va.; Mrs. Gene th el system.

Agnes provided the musical: Club.. Ha ia employed U a et in Flint, Michigan. Other I McRae and Miss Sceiva B. Felton of Clearwater, Fla.; The is
setting. social worker by that Pineilas attendants were Miss Jean .Adams presided over the Mrs. Ellen Ivey, Washington, groom a graduate of
sister of the book and Mrs. Dorothy D. C. and Mr. Ralston H. Bowling Green University. He
The bride was gin in County Child: Welfare Departs Jones, younger JIt'OOIIt i guest
Miller of D. C. is an accountant, and is -
and student the Washington, employed
presently a (Graham presided over
marriage by her fatties, DIM; mcnUAltora.cfhunuymuun,. in Michigan.
Wilscn.She wore a floop-fcngth the coupler will! maker their in Bronx New York; Miss |punch bowl. Assisting were Among the pro-nuptial
Gonetna Welch, cousin of the ]Dr. S. H. Johnson, Dr. J. K. After a brief honeymoon
formal home in-St..P.Mcmbura..
wedding gown of white? dinners, parties, etc. for the
de The new Mrs.. Gibson. Lithe bride, and a teacher in Atlanta Johnson,Judge J. D.Johnson, rehearsal which began at the Fountain-
peau sole wit happy couple were
portrait: greet: granddaughter of Georgia; Miss Susan i iManuer. [Mesdames Elaine Adderley bleau on Miami Beach and
neckline and cap steel off breakfast, given by Mr. and
two tiers of pioneer Miueniuns, Mr. andNirsH.Nathunioi' : cousin. of the bride, ]Roberta Thompson, Dorothy Mrs. David ended in Jamaica for a week
H. Dobbs
Alencon Ibuta. j godparents
and teacher in Flint Michigan -
The lace also Eve (CecetiaJ.llihn a ;UcKellar, Johnalie Johnson, the couple returned to Miamito
tonnod: a. hurt and a bridal party din-
; Miss Georgia Andrews, ;Mamie Manuel relatives 0 f
and Willie Eva of Miami enjoy a family farewell
panel of the prineesa and Mrs. J.
ytyle : architect who resides in ner by Judge D.
art dress. A an! Arthur Eve of New York dinner before returning to
detacnubljr tram, Johnson, uncle and aunt of
Baltimore and is a
chapeWengta. frfB from, a.flan are her great uncles and Mrs. Maryland bride. :Mrs. Maude L.Chandler, the bride. Flint, Michigan. The dinner
schoolmate of
bow. Her simuL Wr..foml1hycil Lillian Sawyer of M1.am4 her ;Mrs. Gussie Dobbs and Mrs. was given by the bride's
:John H. Jones of Brooklyn,
of Elizabeth Pittman. Limou- The was given the and
double: illusion net grant aunt.OutNj'mwn. groom parents twenty were
New TQdt, rother of the groom sine services were furnished traditional bachelor's '
was held by a cluster of pea guests aba com- invited, all attended.

de soil roses, the petals of included Mrs. Gracita Williams -
which were accented by tiny New York; Mr. and
lace retails re-embroidered in !Mrs. Leo Lewis, Melbourne,
seed pearls. Fla.; and from Key WestFIa;
Clarice Regina Jollivette Mrs. Millie Tynes and Alice
in a shocking pink peau de Wallace.
soie sheath floor-length ANNIVJER
overlaid with white fishnet--
ting, wearing a eorwnless, BAIN-RANSOM
matching color horsehair hat WEDDINGMiss
and carrying colonial bouquetof
carnations served as maid Elva C. Bain and

of honor. Dalia Lewis and Percy L. Ransom were united ;
Rose Steward in gold and in holy matrimony in a double-
Patrice Lacey and Bernadette ring ceremony Saturday evening -

Poitier in aqua were brides- July 30 at Temple Bap- d _
maids and junior bridesmaids tist Church. The bride was
respectively. Their dresseswere given in marriage by her father Ada'

styled like that of the Stafford Bain. Miss Mae

honor maid. Karen Spicer in Dawn, her sister, was maid
i yellow was the flower girt. of honor. Robert Ransom, r .
Groom's attendants in for- brother of the bridegroom, iit
mal morning attire included was best man. ,
Earl Presley of St. Petersburg The bridesmaids were: 1r
best man; Anthony Me- Barbara Allen, Roselyn Dun- 100 % NYLON "
Millan and Augustus Williams, combe, Anna Ransom Thoma- ;
ushers; and Welbert Williams, sina Hargrove, Beverly Cooper. .
New York, and Joseph Poitier, The escorts were Mark WALL TO WALL i '' ,
junior ushers. Oliver Spicer, Stein, Joseph Duncorabe,
a Jr. in white was the rings Tony Sutherland Wesley

bearer. Jackson, Donald Rarumng.
The mother of the bride Roger Young was ring bearer,
\. was attractive in a lime
green and the flower girls were
cotton lace sheath with mat ch Eularie Pinna Delores Allen + '

ing accessories. Roses and and Alisha Curry. The cere- r 44
r multicolored small flowers mony was performed by the
c covered her small hat. The Rev. L. A. Thompson.
charming mother of the groom Following the wedding the !
wore a two-piece afternoon reception was held at the 's
dress of light blue crepe with home of the bride's parents, a t
an overbtouse of matching Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Bain. :.

lace. She wore a pill-box hat.
Both mothers wore white
carnations. Mrs. Matthew HORN E-BABLE r
Davis (Effie McKinney) di-

rected the wedding. NUPTIALSIn SoKt 1y1
The wedding reception was
held on the lawn of the .. .a s.Lktx .
the presence of a num- g
bride's home beginning at 4 ber of friends and relatives

pun. Hostesses were Mes- Miss Mary A. Bable and John

dames Matilda Browne, Ella L. Home were married Sat NO
Coachman, Ruth Culmer, Glo- urday, July 30, the Rev. L. MONEY DOWN
ria Lacey, Cecelia Lewis, A. Thompson officiating. The
Poitier Lillian
Josephine ,
btide was given in marriage
Sawyer, and Audrey williams. Oscar
by Finlayson. Miss
Mesdames Dorothy Graham Barbara Williams was maid YEARS TO PAY
and Gwendolyn welters were AS LOW
of honor. The bride is the AS $8.00 PER MONTH
in charge of gifts; Edna De-
Veaux and Antionette Spicer daughter of Mrs. Geraldine

kept the guest book. Home and the bridegroom the FREE
The bride is the daughterof son of Mrs Mattie L. Gar- ESTIMATE

Mr. and Mrs. Davis Wilson, land. 949 2288
a 1961 Delta Debutante and a -
1965 graduate of Tennessee The ceremonies and recep- IN YOUR HOMEMAJESTIC

State University where she tion were held at the home
was elected to the American of the bridegroom's grand
Psychology Association mother, Mrs. Louise Dele-

Guild and was a member of veaux. INTERIORS

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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August If, 1966 11

NOTESFROM1HE Commerce Publishes FINEST-

BLUE NOTE BAR Department

5211 N.W. I7TO AVENUETh. R Guide For Businessmen Serving PRINTING SERVICE -

Friendliest Bar in Town

I "A Nice Place for Nice People" I $27 Billion Negro Market HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL :,

Sorry I I've ml..d writing for such a long time. We've The U. S. Department of both an opportunity and an gress toward bringing both LIKE OUR PRINTING
b..n to busy that I just couldn't sit long enough towlt..'Commerce today published a .obligation. It will be an increasingly the Negro consumer and theNegro
We are oiling so much barbecue that I have spent most of: broad-based guide for busi- profitable marketas businessmen into full
of my time In thekltchen. All of our customers still soy we ness firms serving,or interested the Negro is given greater participation in economic so- Quality Job; Budget Price
ciety-and that the
results will
have the best barbecue and the coldest boor In in serving, the $27 billion opportunity to contribute to,
town. Negro consumer market in the and share in, the general be America a better, happier" healthier No Job Too Large or Small
for all
W are celebrating all this" United States. prosperity." Secretary
WMk' It 'I. five
since I opened the Blue Noto. years Connor said. 4 Deadlines Met on Time
It was a tough struggle and Prepared by the Depart-
Ii I many times I wasn't sure I could make It. I can only ment's Business and Defense The Secretary said busi- Discussing
"Thank You" to all the wonderful friends who holpodmo say Services AdministrationBDSA nessmen who are attracted to trends in the Negro economic market, Satisfaction Guaranteed
and who have made the "Noto" on.of the busiest bars I In ( ), "A Guide to Negro this market "should turn to the publication says that
town. market and provides sourcesof those who know it best-and "while the overall pattern of and. our customers come back!
information on the buying these are the Negro businessmen. expenditures by
Negro families -
I'm also celebrating my birthday this wookond. Wo ore potential of more than 20 ." He particulary recommended continues to be typical
going to have a ball. Hops you will come In and |loin us. million persons.In franchise opera- of that generally found among Miami Times
Ii'I a foreward to the publication tions in partnership with Ne- low-income groups, there is
Love and kisses to all of you from Papa Foots, Mary Secretary of Commerce grees. also evidence of
M., Ida, Aisle, Romol, Mary B., Little Buddy, Sugar, Chub- John T. Connor says "this "I am confident that we in middle class spending emerging Call OX 10421
by, T. D., and Yours Truly, Momma. market represents for America America will quicken our pro- habits.

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12 THE. MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 19, 1966
meeting of representatives of all civil rights

Caroline Bethel political, labor, fraternal, religious, educational,'
I. I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I ICARD Bunch, 420 NW 11th St., professional, women's and other organizations and

died at the New Convales- individuals Saturday 10 a.m. at the Saddler Hotel in
Home August 10. She had
-- lived in Miami since 1914. Orlando to finalize plans and program for the mam-

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM Survivors are her daughter, moth Statewide Grass Roots Freedom Rally to take
OF THANKSThe Albertha Strong and other Sept. 27 at Tinker Baseball Stadium, marks a signifi-

family of the late loving memory of my In loving memory of my relatives and friebds. Services trend for Negroes in Florida.
dear mother, beloved husband, father and were held Tuesday in
The idea of such statewide
MR. JAMES LAWSONwho the Range Chapel. a rally came out of
MARTHA SANDS grandfather, the June meeting of the board of directors and execu-

June departed 30, 1966 this and earthly whose life who departed this life August Cecil Howard of 540 NW tive committee; they pledged to cooperate with the'

final repose terminated July 20, 1944. Gone but not forgotten 7th St.. died suddenly August Florida Voters League, Inc. and unanimously agreedto
12. He is survived by his
10 in Live Oak, Fla. takes invite all organizations and interested individualsin
this Mrs. Mary Clark, daughter wife, Catherine, six children,
method of expressingour 1985 NW 6th Avenue ,, his mother and father, James the state to fully participate.The .
Heartfelt thanks nad appreciation x and Susie Howard and other Florida NAACP has borne the brunt of the
to the friendsfor
cards, letters many and other Y relatives. There were no localservices. civil rights activities on a state level, with too many
was shipped to
acts of sympathy shown during I[ successful accomplishments to enumerate. Other
CARD OF THANKS I Quitman, Ga. for final( rites.
our bereavement. Special organizations have made outstanding and most sig-
thanks to Mr. Hugh Brunt, Mr. The family of the late Mrs. Sena Mae Brown of nificant contributions, though usually confined to
Harrison and Neighbors of
')00 the 2510NW 160th St. died August ,(Specific areas but not coordinated on a statewide
45to. St. Also portersothe
14. She is survived by one basis.
midnight shift and
y daughter, a grand child and
fleet service of Pan Am and other relatives. Services were One of the major objectives of the Statewide
World Airway and to the held in the chapel. Rally is to effect a loose federation of all these
House of Albert, Hale and
organizations and individuals for closet
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and Live Oak. f.. Mrs. Lutie Ori ssett, 1331 without surrending any of their autonomy. Such a
NW 55th St. died August 14
Mrs. Laura Lawson, wife at Jackson Hospital. She is closer working alliance will render each far more
Mrs. Mary McCray, S survived by her daughter, effective in the quest of their common goals; a greater -

daughterIN Arzella Neal and other rela- and more rapid progress on all fronts in a systematic

tives. Services Friday 11 a.m. orderly fashion for the Negroes in Florida.To .
at St. Mark Baptist Church.
MEMORIAMIn DEACON SPRY R. DAVIS Rev. C. M. Wade officiating. paraphrase Dr. Martin Luther King, "We need

sad but loving'memory -. who departed this life, August some significant victories if we are to forestall the

of our dear father. and / tiI 11, 1964. Cleveland Breazeal, 2051 plague of civil disorders rampant in other parts of
grandfather. One sad and lonely year NW 65th St. died August 10. the nation."

\I' year has been so empty with- survivors are Myrtle Breazeal,
out. Sina White, Wiley Mae Mo-"

There is an open gate at the Cloud, Rubin, Aaron, Albert
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_a 1 our "r' Othello Waddell Johnson four
... end of the load and L. C. Breazeal, Georgia daughters, Leatha Fe
JOSEPHINE BLACK Through which each must go Clay and other relatives. Sr. of 16001 E. Bunche Park guson, Margaret Knighton,
alone Services were held Monday Drive died August 17. Survivors Loilta Baptiste, Vemeeh

who died July 31, take this And there is a light we cannotsee in the chapel with Rev. J. W. are his widow, Armenta Ferguson, three sons, Tho-
method to express our thanks Stephenson officiating.John two daughters, Blanche mas Jr., Eugene and George,
and appreciation to the many Our Father claims his own. Johnson and Ernestine Smart, 27 grand children, eight great
I friends and neighbors who I still love you. Williams, 320 NE three sons, Othello Jr., Allen grand. Arrangements are incomplete -
remembered us during our 70th St. died August 12. Survivor and Thomas P., nine grandl-/ .
I bereavement. Special thanksto Louise Davis we his widow. Ro- children, three great Brands,
I the Range Funeral Home And Family etta Williams, two grand j a sister, Mrs. Miriam Matrin Wilfred Bain died August
for its efficient service. also children, Cathy and Rosetta and a brother, J, D. Johnson. 17. He is survived by three
Deacon Thomas Hannah and Covington and other relatives. Services Monday at Greater daughters, Elizabeth, Juanita
SIMEON BETHEL the Woman's Home Mission Chapel services will be con- Bethel AME Church, Rev.S. andLeona Bain. Arran gem ants
Society of Mt. Tabor Baptist IN MEMORIAMIn ducted Saturday at 4:30: p.m. A. Cousin officiating. are incomplete.
who departed this life on
Church. Again we say thanks.Mr. .
August 21, 1964. W. C. Black, husbandMrs. sad but loving memoryof Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson, Thomas Rigby of 6708 Services for Mrs. Harriet
Go labor on spend and be: Rebecca Mickens, my dear mother, of 2060 Service Road died NW 5th Place died August Gibson' Carey will be
spent motherMr. August 10. Survivors are 17. He had lived in Miami held at the Church of Trans-
Thy joy to do the Roger Campbell, son Mrs. Bessie Shaw, her mother since 1923. survivors are figuration 10 a.m. Saturday.
Father's willIt Mrs. MaybeIJe Gre ,sister two brothers, Johnnie
Is the way the Master Mrs. Mamie Lee Deuroa, Richardson and Moses

went sister ., Shaw, two sisters, Sarah
Should not the servant Mrs. Gloria Daniel, sister Williams and Ruth Brown,
tread It still? And Relatives Elmer Sellers, Columbia 1 ..
The FamilyIN Sellers and several nieces l
and nephews. Services were t t..tDLLIVtRY
held Monday at New Bethel
CARD OF THANKS Baptist Church in Opa Locka

MEMORIAMIn The family of the late with Rev. W. K. Smith offi
loving memory of our ciating.Mrs..

dear husband and brother, ERMA GIBSON McNORTONof
Cora Davis, 1854
Coconut Grove wish to NW 65th St. died August 15
i take this method of expressing at her home. She had livedin

thanks and appreciation Miami since 1927. Survivors ,., DRUG
to the many friends for cards, are three sisters, -
telegrams, flowers, telephone Marie Cars well, Nora Covington -
calls and the use of their -J Hattie McHamilton, four
cars. Special thanks to those brothers, Joe Andrew and
who rendered other services. Shelton! Jackson, a son,
r We also express our appreciation Ralph Davis. Services Sat- LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
to Rev. Temperance MRS. ANNIE M. JOHNSONwho urday 1:30 p.m. at the Church
110 E. Wright, members of departed this life August tof God True Holiness. Elder
Richard on officiating. 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 4-419
Greater St. Paul AME Church 28, 1964.
and Bethel Williams Funeral When the lovely petals have e
Home. lasted Mrs. Ruth Twiggs, 3043
The days which God has,NW 48th Ten, died August E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, 0X-1.9199
The Family planned, 15. She is survived by two
The fragrance remains forever .sisters, Mrs. Virdie Matthewsand I
Mrs. Nettie Robinson of

In the palm of our Father'surest Palm Beach, one brother ,
IN MEMORIAMIn hand. Edgar Smith of Detroit. There
Mrs. ramie M. Moton, were no local services. Final I,
sad but loving memory mother 'rites were in Ocala, Fla. t

of our dear mother and sister Mrs. Effie Baldwin, sistei '
HARRY MCKENZIE Mrs. Henrietta Davis of
5331 NW 13th Place died ,
who departed this life August August 14. She had lived in A
18, 1965. Miami for 41 years. Survivorsare |j
IN MEMORIAMIn James Dean, son; two
Sweet are the memories "iJ of daughters, Anna Mae Bolds .
memory my
That never fade and Rosa Lee '
McNear a'
Of one we love ..... dear husband, brother, Archie Nealm seven; \'
could never saveA I ASHBURY CARMICHAELwho grand children; several nieces I
loving link we can never ;. and nephews. Services Mon- I[ '*= THOUGHTFUL

replace : departed this life August t: day at 3:30 p.m. M, the I ,
Always in our heart. 20, 1962. Christ Church 324NWJ6th !7"Z BEAUTIFUL SERVICES
belt.We love you but God loves you '\ Gone but not forgotten. Faith in Opa-iocka. Elder 1

.' ._- Bell officiating. I \ Our ability and desire
Mamie Carmichael, wife to
Lylene McKenzie, wife ... ...../.-- ,
And Family < Mrs. Jessie Bell Norman :. carry out your wishes, togethei .
.of 1442 NW 58th Terr died
August 16. Survivors are her y with our experience,

husband, F. M. Norman, three t:1..'. mean u service that is
CARD OF THANKSThe children, her mother and '
father, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ':. ,, conducted with beauty and

family of the late Y MIAMI TIMES Lee Morrast, six sisters, ',1':" understanding
Clara Nixon, Ella Mae
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A h B h t Mt
LOUIS A. JOHNSONwho abOTKt\Jh Deloris 1 I
man, Chamblee, Cos-
MRS. EMILY FERNANDEZ tells Walton, Francena and ,
departed this life
July ADS Victoria Morrast.
26 ,and was laid to rest August -''who departed this life August vices Fridav at Local 7 ser \,. "My Father in Heaven
1 express their deep sincere :21. 1964. o.m. at help
but .St. Final rites and interment me never to forget Thy love
Gone forgotten.
t' appreciation to our pas- not in
Georgians, Ala. .
it looks
tor, Rev. E. T. Graham and May her soul rest in peace up to me ,n the
members and friends for their and light perpetual shine BRING. Tully Mays of 1512 NW wt. beauty of the flower ...
cards, telegrams, florals and upon her. r ... 58th Terr died August 15, John Henry Jowett
calls in our hour of sorrow Mrs. Eva Lawrence, Dght. Survivors are his widow, Mrs. '
and the efficient staff of the Mrs. Victoria Moss, Sister RESULTS Janie Mays, a daughter, Helen ; Oscar L. Range
Mays. Services will be heldat
Range Funeral Home. Arlington, Thomas and
Mrs. Maude J. '"''rAutaAilaM'Ifbt' Church of God in Christ .f
And Family Harper O.Japhus Lawrence Moss,, son-in-law brothers'i Templi: 'EWef Jicbb' Cohen' Funeral Home




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of members of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority while Nassau and Freeport to combine business with sorority's program and structure.

jHianging from a hoist at Dodge Island Seaport as they pleasure on the exciting trip. A variety of activities were planned aboard ship j I

Brepared to board the S. S. Nili for their off.Khote The ship is serving as convention headquarters.In with special sightseeing and shopping tours while

37th Anniversary Convention. Some 350 sorority this relaxed atmosphere a special series of semi- docked in Nassau and Freeport.Register .

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.IBM, telephone, mail requests and juke box plays.

Fashion conscious followers ter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
WEEK OF AUGUST 15, THRU 21, 1966 in this area will have an Sorority again sponsor the

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LABEL most spectacular assortmentof Fashion Fair on Sunday, Oct.
23 in the Miami Beach Auditorium. -
11.Blowing in The Wind Stevie Won der Tamala beautifully designed .
2. I Wanna Be With You Dee Dee Warwick Mercury clothes in dazzling, sizzling, The theme for this year's
Summertime Billy Stewart Chess and luscious color that has and
show is "Colorballo,
4.Warm and Tender Percy Sledge Atlantic ever been seen when membersof I
Gamma Zeta Omego Chap- famous American designerssuch .
World of Fantasy S Stairsteps Windy-C as Pauline Trigere', and
6.1 Believe Iim Gonna Make It Joe Tex Dial daring Rudi Gemreich, (re-
17 Working In the Coal Mine Lee Dorsey Amy member him from the topless
8.Sweet Thing Mary Wells Atco SOUTH bathing suits), and many
Phylly Freeze Alvin Cash Mar-V-Lus others have designed a lumi I
10.How Sweet it is Jr. Walker Soul nous variety of looks for
11.Money Won't Change You James Brown King DADE NEWS candlelight, starlight, and
12.Make Me Belong To You Brabara Lewis Atlantic moonlight that will delight
13,Poor Dog Liittle Richard Okeh women and men from every Now! I
U.Gotta Draw the Line Darrow Fletcher Groovy Mrs. Susie Williams has returned walk of life.
IS.I'm Waiting Joe Hinton Back Beat from Detroit where she Color is definitely "In"
16.Ain't Too Proud to Beg Temptations Gordy had a pleasant stay as guest this year, and you can join The books are open
17.Baby, I Love You Jimmy HolidayMinit of Mr. and Mrx, Albert Jones. the "In Crowd" this fall at 1 I
IS.Go-Go-Train Jackie Paine Jet the Ebony Fashion ,Fair.
19.Land of 1000 Dances Wilson Pickett'Atlantic Sick list confined at homeare Tickets may be obtainedsoon
I 20.1've Got to Love Somebody's Baby Johnnie Taylor Stax Sisters Ella Bell Long i from members of thesorori
21.Hole in the Wall The Other Brothers Modem Hattie Canley, Clara Bryant, ty.
22.ln the Middle of a Heartache Ruby Winters Diamond Lillie Harris, Viola Brinks, -. -- ---
and Callie Parker Brothers
123. ;
Little Darling Marvin Gaye TamalaFreddy
Herbert Williams, Fred Mc-
124. Pow City Scott Marlin Guire, Deacon Johnny Jones.In .
25.This Must End Impressions A.B.C. the hospital: Sisters Shirley BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?
126. These Chains of Love Chuck Jackson Wand Tate and Sadie Harris!
27,1 Worship the Ground You Walk On Jimmy Hughes-Fame
28.Ninety-Nine & 3'z Wilson PickettAtlantic Sister Louise McGuire is
29.You'll Never Ever Know Fontella Bass Checker asking the church to pray for I/ .
130.My Sweet Potatoe Booker T. & M'G's Stax her grandson who is also in I
|31.Hoochie-Chooie Man Jimmy Smith Verve the hospital.
32.You Can't Hurry Love The Supremes Motown \
133.Just A Little Bit of Soul Steve Colt & 45's R.C.A. Sunday School at Mt. Mo
|34.Dreamers Hall of Fame Jeb Stuart Eureka nab Baptist Church, Perrine,
135.Man Loves Two Little Milton Checker met 9:45: a.m. At 11 a.m. the
|36.Baby Carla Thomas Stax Women's Chorus, Juhior Choir,
|37,Day Tripper The Vontastics St. Lawrence and Ushers No. 1 were at ,
138. The Beat Major Lance Okeh their post. The pastor Rev.W. J.
139. Keep Looking Solomon Burke Atlantic C. Edcar, delivered a
40.1 Need You to Fulfill MyNeeds .. The MooversDeep City xtrong message from John SAVE
41. Pretty Girls Blues Busters Bra 3:7.
the evening servicehe
142.Sticky, Sticky Bobby Harris Shout During another
preached strong
143.if You Ask Me Jerry Williams Call sermon. Two persons were
44.1 Swear By Stars Above Ben E. King Atco
145. Knock On Wood Eddie Floyd Stax added Usher to the Board church.No.2, Mrs. Finance Your Car with Our
The Stars Ocapello's Checker Susie Williams, president,
47.1 Got to Haudle It Captiols Karen will go to the Sweet Field
|48. Pleasin Woman Lee Lamont Back Beat Baptist Church, Coconut
149. Beauty is Only Skin Deep Temptations Gordy Grove, August 21 at 2:30 p.m. AUTO LOANI!
150.Your Love's Got Power Johnny Moore Bright Star to the Ushers Board anhiver-
sary. Sunday, August 28 will
PICK HIT be Youth Day at Mt. Moriah.
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f Rev. S.A. Cousin Given Bon Voyage Tribute .

By Rev. Joseph E. S. Ray Allen, presiding elder, was Elosie B. Kemp, organist. The Baptist Church, executive
i chairman-director. The Rev. young minister, his wife and secretary of the Greater Miami

J H. L. Holmes, Bethel AME four sons are spending their Council of Churches was the

.' Sunday, August 14 was Church, Goulds, Fla. was vacation with his parents.At principal speaker. Choirs .
I set aside as S. A. Cousin master of ceremonies.The from the various churches

Day by the Miami District, joined the Greater Bethel

MEN'S DAY AT the South Florida Annual 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 14.ministers.ochoirs AMB augmented choirs in ST. PAUL AME

Conference, the 11th Episcopal day began at 11 a.m. laymen and singing special selections de- TO CELEBRATE

EBENEZER District, the Councilsof at Greater Bethel, where Dr. public officials from,the Miami dicated to Dr. S. A. Cousin.

Churches, and branches of Cousin is serving his tenth District, South Fla. Conference ,- The Rev. Luther Piercewas 52nd ANNIVERSARYThe

Ebenezer M. Church is civil government, at which year as pastor, when his son, the Bahamas Islands presented by the Rev.

proud to invite the general sermons, songs, speeches, the Rev. Phillip R. Cousin Sr., Baltimore, Maryland,. packedSt. Louis C. Haseley, ministerof pastor, officers and
public to attend its annual letters and proclamations former president of Kittrell John AME Church, South St. Luke Lutheran Church members of St. Paul AME will

Men's Day program which will were presented in a Bon College, Henderson, N. C., Miami, the Rev. James A. a vice president of the Greater celebrate their fifty-second

,, be held August 21. Benjamin Voyage Tribute to the Rev.S. now minister of St. Joseph Grisby, host minister, and Miami Council of Churches.The anniversary, August 28.

Strachan is the general chair A. Cousin, who was AMB Church, Durham, N. C. Mrs. Eunice Magahee, host Honorable Irwin G. All persons who have

man. The theme for the occa- scheduled to leave Miami delivered the sermon. The choral director, in attendance Christie, Miami City Commis- been members thirty years or

sion is "Paving The Roadto August 17, as the elected augmented choirs rendered at the S. A. Cousin Bon Voyage sioner, a long time friend to more will be honored at our

Peace." The morning official delegate to the World special music for theoccasion 'Tribute, at which the Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Cousin, 11 a.m. services.

speaker will be George Ross, Methodist Conference,London, with Mrs. Naomi W. Symonette, Rev. Luther C. Pierce, a and the Honorable Chuck Please give this informa-
an instructor in the Dade England. The Rev. P. A. minister of music and Mrs. minister of Flagler Street Hall, Mayor of Dade County.BETHLEHEM tion to our church secretaryor
one of our officers.We .
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must have the names

evening speaker of will well be SALTER'S CHAPELRev. MT. CALVARYRev. FIRST BAPTIST OF and the year you, joined St.
Eugene Kemp one our
known businessmen. A most H. J. Benson, pastor Samuel Atchison, pastor BROWNSVILLE Rev. O. West, pastor Paul by Wednesday, August

pleasant and enlightening Muriel Ward, reporter Constance Carter, reporter Gloria Howard, reporter 24.

program has been planned for Sunday morning, the church The No. 4 Usher Board Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor Service was high in spiritat We are inviting our friendsto
with this
your entertainment and enjoy- had a rally which helped the extends an invitation to you Mrs. Donella Turner, reporterOn the Holy Ghost head- special worship occasion. us on

ment. church a great deal. Rev. to attend a Sale Party on the
second Sunday morn quarters. The M. J. Fason club
Benson brought the sermon, Saturday night, August 20, ing,the members and pastor of will celebrate their 6th anni-
at the home of Mrs. Jessie
for that morning. The choir
First Baptist were inspired by versary Sunday, Aug. 21, 3:30:
in Doles, 1091 NW 61st Street. Sunday the Usher Boards
was great numbers, with the wonderful message deli- p.m. It is to be held at St.
heartwarming songs. The The Willing Workers will Nos. 1 and 2 are having a
vered by the Rev. Jackson, Paul AME Church the
TEMPLE Woman's celebrate their Anniversary, on cor-
Missionary will joint anniversary on the
have a on the third Sunday, August 21 at 3 p.m. associate minister of New ner of 51st St. and 19th Ave.
program second of .
k, '* Services on Sunday in ob- Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, 1742 Mt. Moriah Baptist Church of September.Let All are cordially invited.
servance of our tenth annual Liberty City. Rev. Thomas C. Kelly is
Men's Mrs. Ruth Twiggs died NW 3rd Ave. The program
Day were spiritually Monday morning at Jackson will feature a semi-musical us not forget to attendour pastor, Mary Rawls, reporter.
uplifting and financially suc- We also invite you to wor- weekly service starting
and welcometo
program you
Memorial Hospital. Her
cessful.The Rev. A. C.Nance will be shipped home body come out and support them ship with us each Sunday, with Sunday's service.

delivered a soul-searching Ocala, Fla. for burial. Please to in their Anniversary Celebra- where a warm welcome awaits Let us not forget to pray MT. ZION AME

message during the morning pray for the sick and shutins. tion. your arrival. for our sick and shut-ins.
service and the St. Mary's OPA LOCKA

Male Chorus rendered Rev. Milton Fayson, pastorWe
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f music.

The feature of the evening Chartered Bus To Take Miamians MIAMI'S NO. 1 in are that very our proud first of Chris-ourselves -

was a 20-minute program CHURCH OF GOD OF tian
Education Seminar wasa
presented by Temple's Male
Chorus. All of the captains PROPHECY fine beginning for the sum-

made fine reports, to the delight To National Baptist ConventionA Pastor-Bishop A. Demeritte mer. This was followed by

of Chairman S. Bain. our Comer Stone Laying ceremonies -

Many thanks to all the with the Masons of

participants advertisers and large delegation will that the young people are terminal which is the New I I Miami,\ Opa-locka and Pompano -

patrons and loyal membersfor leave Miami to attend the eager to learn more about Providence Missionary Baptist Beach in charge.

their cooperation.A National Baptist Convention, and are learning to take advantage Church, we will sing the hymn Sunday, August 14, marked
Inc.k which convenes in Dai- of the mission study "I'll Go Where You Want Me the observance of our third

las, Texas, next week.A courses offered at the conven- to Go, Dear Lord," and we Quarterly Conference. These
.life-size bust of the chartered bus filled toit tion."'They want to know the will return singing, "I'm on visits ff our fine, Presiding

pastor, painted by Randy i < capacity with ministers, real function of the missionary the Battlefield." Elder are greatly anticipated.At t

Oaitor, was presented at 11 deacons and missionary work- society and we shouldbe Finally, we ask that yourpray the 11 a.m. service, he
a.m. Randy is an art studentat ers will leave on Sunday able to tell them. for us and that God will was at his best.

Northwestern High School. September 4 promptly at 10 The lives of those attend- raise up men and women who ,
Not to be outdone, his brother p.m. fcr Dallas from the New ing thi s convention will be would stand up and be counted, This week, beginning

Michael, presented a bulletin ProvidenceMissionary Baptist enriched and many will return -for Him-men and women who 0 Wednesday, the No. 1 Choir
board with the name of the Church, Rev. C. J. Bumey, to their various churches would realize that there A will begin its anniversary.Do .

church painted in Old English pastor. In Dallas they will with new zeal and determination. -.should be less man and more celebrate with them
letters by himself. Thanks attend the largest and oldest As we leave from the God. -' Wednesday night, Thursday

and congratulations to them. National Baptist Conventionin night and Friday night and

Members returning recently the country. Rev. J. II. close with them Sunday afternoon -

from their vacation in the Johnson is the presicent and CHURCH OF THE BROWNSVILLE at 3 p.m. in their Color

Bahamas were Mr. and Mrs. Mary O. Ross president over Day marking their 15th year
Tom Darling, Mrs. B. Hunter the auxiliary. OPEN DOORRev. BAPTISTRev. of service. Hear with them

Mrs. G. Tinker, Mrs. A. Clark. Miss Marie M. White, chair- H. C. McDowell, pastor Phillip H. Cooper, pastor and us Mr. Robert P. Jordon
man of the tour, found it A. C. McNeal. reporter Sis. Pauline Cooper, reporter Sr.

necessary to request the sec- Second Sunday services See you Sunday.
retary to close the book for <
started with a large attendancein
reservations before the dead- 1 -
GREATER NEWMACEDONIA line, as the entire 39 seats I Sunday School. Girl Scout Colette Diane Thomas, '

I were sold. Even now there isa Troop No. 775 and 792 were daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
> possibility that another .1 in 'attendance at both Sunday Reginald Thomas of 1346 NW plans to become a social
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor School and morning worship. 58th Terrace
bus can be added. She also returned to the worker or a missionary.On .
Willie J. Beard, reporter states that it is wonderful i They were acromnanied by a city on Sunday evening Aug. TuesdayAugust 16the
( Boy Scout, a Civil Air Patrol
Beginning Thursday night how Christian men and women 14 after spending ten gloriousdays VLB of the Miami No. 1
(Aug. 18) and concluding, are eager to learn more and their Girl Scout leader, at International Youth Church of God of Prophecy,

Sunday afternoon, (Aug. 21) about their denomination and Mrs. Ferguson. Camp, as a representativefrom along with the Sunday School
Rev. Williams deliveredthe South Florida. This is a
Choir No. 1 will observe journeyed to Crandon Park
their Fourth Anniversary.On morning message. He Christ-centered camp that Beach where a day of plea-
MT SINAIRev. preached out of his soul. convened at Greenleaf State
Thursday night, Aug. sure was enjoyed.
18, Rev. W. J. Macon and We were spiritually blessedto Park in Braggs, Oklahoma The bus left the church at
S. A. Thomas
pastor have Deacon Cal visit which is near Tulsa.
congregation of First Baptist 11:30 a.m. and the children
Dorothy Chaney, reporterWe with us,who set the church on
Church, Bunche Park will be enjoyed themselves with
were happy to fire with his singing. Colette was selected as a
in charge of services.On very songs as they rode to and
Friday, Aug. 19, Rev.J. have our pastor with us on The assistant pastor, representative for South from the beach.
Florida from a total of 91
Rev. Whitlow delivered the Hats off to our wonderful
E. Jenkins and congregation Sunday morning.
campers. The local
evening camp con-
message. Victory Leader's
of Friendship M. B. The women of our churchare President
Vacation Bible School vened at Camp Owassa Bauer
Church will be in charge of asked to remain a few Sis. Loraine Nottage for
The Rev. Joseph Patterson will begin Monday Aug. '22. in Homestead, Fla. July 17- such
services.On moments after Sunday morning strenous efforts in preparing -
pastor of the Wentz Me- Mrs. Emma Jones will have 23.
services (Aug. 21). The pur- and making this outingan
Sunday afternoon, Aug. pose of the meeting is to get morial Congregational Churchin charge. enjoyable affair for the

,. 21, at 3 p.m., a Giant Musical the women organized for their Winston Salem N. C., will 1 Colette reports a very enjoyable young people as well as
f Program will be held, featuring upcoming Women's Day. make the annual visit to the, stay at InternationalYouth adults.On .

various choirs and groups I would like to commendthe Church of the Open Door NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Camp which was com Monday, Aug. 22 thru

of the city, Dea. Willie B. Usher's Board Chorus for Sunday and deliver the sermon A. L. Shipp, pastor pletely integrated. As a re- Friday, Aug. 25, the Women's
at the 11 a.m. service. I ult of
Williams, President.On their in Evelyn Souter, reporter attending this, she
making our se- His friends and classmates has again been chosen to Missionary Band will hold
Next Sunday, beginning cond Sunday night services look forward to this annual Services were spiritually her This it's 18th Annual Conventionat
with the Sunday School and camp. time
enjoyable as well as uplifting. visit and we expect all of high Sunday, with Rev. O. W. she was chosen to be a the Church of God of
throughout the evening services But of course, they need your you out to hear him. Foster preaching out of his ber of the International mem Prophecy, N. W. 17th Street

,we will observe our vital support and coopera- The lev. Patterson is one soul for the morning message, Drill Team which Flag and 5th Ct. You are invited
Third Annual Women's Day. tion. Our religion should remain of our local young men and and same with Rev. Thomas Cleveland Tenn. at to come out and enjoy your-
the morning speaker will be was self.
with us, that we as we are proud of his achieve- Shipp of Calif. The evening also selected to be Commissioner Athalie
Mrs. Beatrice Waldron, of Christians should ment. lie is a memberof Range will be guest speakeron
encourage a professor at the message. Rev. T. Shipp and a team of six for
West Palm Beach, Fla. A our brothers and sisters in Winston Salem Teachers Col wife, Frances, are here for a readings. This will also Scripture take Friday night.

"Pretty Hat Tea"will be Christ to strive for higher and lege. Ills mother, Mrs. Pearl few days vacation.We place during the assembly.
held in afternoon.
the A very better aims. Orchids to the Patterson, a retired teacher, are having a great revival -
interesting program will be Usher Board for making our lives here, also his well- which will continue Colette is a well rounded
held in the evening also the second Sunday night a spiri- known brother, Dr. Patterson.The through next week. We individual with varied interestsshe ATTENTIONCHURCH
evening, also the crowning of tual and meditative feast. are also
Rev. and Mrs. Mc- asking for their sings in her church
Mrs. Greater New Macedoniawill Choir No. 2 will their everyone REPORTERS!
start choir is
Dowell are back after a short support. Rev. W. F. Tanneris reporter for the Young
be held. anniversary of August 26, vacation in Jamaica. As the the revivalist.We People's Band and teacher of
On Thursday night before with a song feast August 28, summer closes we see quite a are still asking your the Gleaner's Band. She is Church new for public -

the fourth Sunday, the women which will end their anniver- few familiar faces of people prayers for our pastor, shut- junior at Miami Northwestern cutlonln Hit turr.ntw..k'a

of Macedonia will sponsor a sary. The members as well as who've been on vacation or ins, our boys and men in High School, and a member of ,it,ue mud bo 'In our office

"Miss America" contest. visitors will enjoy the pro- back from summer school. the armed services and the the Dramatic Club, also a no lot.r tflon 7 o'clock Monday

Come out and enjoy a night of gram. So you you and you Also gald to see the visitors bereaved families.Our recipient of several certifi ...n''ngo Publication of

beauty and fantasy.Sis. come and bring a friend. each Sunday. We have two Sunday morning speaker cates for outstanding work in new received after that

Netta Kelly is chair- Prayer doesn't change services 9:45 a.m. and 11:05 will be Rev. C. Thomas, physical education. fp*. cannot b. guaranteed.

man and Sis. Willie Mae things; it changes people and a.m. Visitors and friend?,,a/e associated minister of St. Upon completion pf her
Williams is co-chairman. they change :.V1aty.VV:Cicicoaut..trovs':1 h 61r acho ui . . .
: things. always, welcomed. ,.< : ... . . . . .>,- +. ."': ;:*44eAt(! i"li\iJ J J
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MIAMI TIMES:' Friday, August 19, 1966 15

,000 Negro NEW HOPERev.
Delegates Due For '
Hr W. E. Sims, pastor w 1 ;I" .
Mary L. Mayfield, reporter

Watchtower Conventioner Services were as usualon f M
last Sunday.We *i*
are now in the midst of
1300 volunteer man- '-- accordance with their ability our prayer meeting leading
l have been devoted to w to pay."
up to revival starts
[task of finding rooms Jehovah's Witnesses attend Monday night, Aug. 22.
pwards of 2,700 Negro all their conventions at Let us not forget our sick J
Utes that will be in their
Watch- own expense. and shut-in members.
i Bain reported that for
convention, Aug. 2428.hovah's I ACTIVITIES
r every room that is obtained it
Witnesses havened u takes an hour of house-to-. Pie Sale Saturday, Aug.
over 1300 rooms for house searching. The workers 20 at the home of Sister
"Christian Brothers"will meet at four contact pointsto Mary Mayfield, 1035 NW 35thSt.
be making their discuss Phone 634-0847, sponsoredby n Sr
briefly a Bible topic
their "God'sof
i here during Choir No. 1.
Liberty" District prior to departure"into the
field" to talk to their neigh-
Miami Beach
mbly at the bors to inquire if they would Dinner sale Saturday, Aug.
ention Hall.ome ministers have like to provide a room for a 20 at the'church, 6600 NW
120 Christian minister." 15th Ave. Sponsored by the
,. engaging in their search Contact points have been Pastor's Aid Club.

paying commercial guests to facilities augment, established with the West,

500 of which will be ac- Northwest Pembrook, Brownsville, Tea, Sunday, AUg. 28, 4-
( ) and
modated in Miami Beach 6 p.m. at the home of Dea.
West (Ft. Lauderdale) units
els with the balance of and Sis. L. C. Deal, 1414 NW .y ,
meeting at the 2167 NW 62ndSt.
I delegates having indicated ... Kingdom Hall. The South- 69th Terrace, sponsored by
'r desire to rent a room in Usher Board No. 1.
WELLINGTON BAIN west unit meets at 923 NW 5th
v ate home.Accordina Ave. and the Richmond '
( to Mr.Wellington sleep in during their stay Heights and Krome congregation -
n 4730 NW 8th Ave., preLng here."The si meet at the home of
minister for the west search is being madeon Robert Miller, 14341 Polk St. ST. JAMES AME
of Jehovah's a voluntary basis" Bain with the Bunche Park unit
hgregation said.. "and the work Is being WATCH AWARD TO NIA PRESIDENT: Herman A.
the seven local meeting at 1206 All Baba Ave. Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor
gro nesses congregations are love accomplished so that those as a who labor come of "The fact that the Room- Bert Cooper, reporter Gilliam, Sr. (right), retiring president of the National
behind their goal of here to attend the conventioncan ing department at the con- Insurance Association, receives an engraved Hamilton
aining more than 2300 be provided for at the vention headquarters has reported The pastor left this week electric award watch, in recognition of his outstanding -
for London, England in
to that we're comp-
ns for the delegates least amount of inGLAMOURIZE over 1,000
rooms bheind has caused increase any with the bishop of the service as head of the organization during the

in activity on the part 11th Episcopal District, the past year, from W. A. Clement, vice president-Field
"" of the local residents who Rt. Rev. E. C. Hatcher and
I I other AME ministers for a Operations, North Carolina Mutual Insurance Mutual
have been" engaged in the business trip and vacation. Insurance Company. The presentation was made during -
search, Bain said. "Everyone
of Jehovah's Witnessesfeel the recent NIA convention at Durham, N. C. _;\
There will be a dinner
WIGSI! a deep responsibility to sale Saturday at the parrish
see that each family will be hall sponsored by the August- barber at Bowe's Modernistic
cared for in accordance with Ites. Barber Shop. He ix the son of
their income so that they can Carver Garrett Dorsett of 44th Ave.
$6900X10 benefit from the Bible talks
Registration for the kinder-
and dramatizations that will New Macedonia Baptist
garten starts Monday, August Ranches
be presented on the program 22. A special rate of 6.00 tor aley Church, West Hollywood, is
at the huge convention." in the midst of a revivla.
two or more children of the News Preacjing services begin
down same family is a feature this I Monday night, August 22. The
year. Register now, phone I- Rev. Hendricks of Winter
OX 1-6436, Mrs. Classie Porter Wolt.r Bows Haven Park is the preacher.

100'$5 per week ANTIOCH M.B. or OX 1-42112, Mrs. Dean. The South Broward VFW Come out and hear the gospel.
Post meets August 21 at 5
NEW LIBERTY CITY p.m. at the home of the Poston Theron Husdon, son of
I IMPORTED HUMAM/ HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor Pembroke Road. Members Mrs. A. 0. Henderson of West
Mrs. Annie Whipple, reporterWe ZION HOPERev. please be present. Hollywood, has been visitinghis
Free At Howe Senrke family. He is a student at
Shop had a wonderful service Paul Freeman, pastor Starlight Lodge will meet Edward Waters College and
Our fed Elizabeth Jackson,reporter
Sunday pastor our
August 19 at 8 expects to graduate soon.
o.m. at the
CALLPRIMADONNA souls morning and evening.The .
Service was spiritually high Masonic Hall on Pembroke
all day last Sunday. Our Road. All members are urged
Lord blessed us with pastor preached out of his to be present. theAA
two new members. soul. We will have baptism

service Sunday morning at the The Fire Department of ] 0\1\
church at 7:30. Carver Ranchers meets Monday
945-4526 Deacon James Reynolds We are saying to all 0 four night at the Fire Station on Cl'BARE
will preach his trial sermon visitors that you are 44th Ane. and 21st St.
Sunday at 3 p.m. Everyone is always welcome and do come
cordially invited. again. Bernard Dorsett in the new


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i:, .. 1 ; 800 New Teachers Begin SattJrdo'l flay lq, / bb

I,IY : Orientation Session Monday

r \I It' We went'io -the 5cwrurn.iWitkdHe

"1 More than 800 new teachers .Wbigham, deputy superintendent Miami Public Library. There ., ,
I will join tho ranks of Dado's of schools. Moderating will be music, under the direction .
instructional personnel :Man, the panel dicussfon'wIU 'be of )Dr. Howard pool in,'
'day, August JZ2, as, they ,.* John 'P. Mcintyre, director of ,supervisor of Muslo'Education / Se
gtaterl'in district centers for learning resources. Participants l.- And there will be a get aor ClDriU1i'Vf ]
s week. long orientation session. will include: Uiss xjuainted coffee klatoh.Dr. .
,'. Margaret Hlkey, director of Gilbert Li 'Porter4, pei+, <,'.,
At 8:30: aon.: Tuesday. guidance services; MM. 'VArdolyn"W. clay assistant to the deputy A-tlac/rson
ini / '
the. new teacher will gather Brown, director of superintendent' will preside ,
'.at Miami Coral Park tilth secondary schools. South oVef the afternoon session vJ :
Central District; Mrs.: Qenevi when ,tea' new teachers will
.., for ttddressesby a general Meeting' 've\F, Donaldson, heed. of receive"- credit union and per s: Care Center
featuring Supefintendent St. Day
>r.Jo e Hall and. Dr. John the foreign{ .language department sonnel information ,and meet Stepb t :
Miami,Kin 1 an High, and representatives of the professional
BahneTf associate superinten4ont'tor "
118' 73r4 Stre.t
instruction. Bernard Nissman, assistant! organizers. '
'will apeak: qn' "Quality Dr. Edu- 'supervisor of Special Reading/ Orientation week: will include St. StephenDay Core" Center opens Septa 6. Realstratlen -
catfoft io, Dado County.** ,Dr.Bahner' servicei. School board 'members special! subject areas t :ROW, going'on. Tfctr it a greet responsibility .
', *', Address will be will be guests. and grade level meetings
but with guidonc..ond In true-
in teaching, proper t
There will be a "Street of winding up with "Local
to I"t' (.. ,.. response entitled" "Trends In Information" in the form of School Day" Friday., ". ties your child, ton do as well as this little five year
t Education, following by'a rooms and tables manned by All "teachers report for Leroy Williams Jr.* son of old whoso handwriting appears below. ,
panel. discussion' on the sub'jecu representatives of, community duty Monday, August 29, to Mr.sad Mrs.Leroy Williams, Sr. Dependable service,'trained teachers, balanced
organizations ranging from prepare for opening of school of 2146 NW 69th Terr was Ivnchet' and transportation. All for $6.00 Phones :
the chosen .
Presiding over morning September ti.lymilinq one of three students
session. will. be Dr. Edward L. Florida Hiihway'atroi.. toI from Poinciana Park Elemen 696-3127 or 42WMBM'S .
.1, tary school for a special six-
week enrichment course
.. where the group studied such

I Young' Boxers In Milk Bowl things and as astronomy.The astrological. geometry OWN ALAN ROCK PR

21 fifth and sixth ANOTHER

Boxing- Matches Saturday graders enjoyed from educational various schools field SUNDAY. JAZZ

Young boxers from through and weight trips during which times they WL

out'Dade,county are Boxers Bobby Dykes,I asked penetrating questions.. The Ira,
vited to take part in Milk Billy Kilgore and' Lenny Leery won many individual Thj ret
Bowl Olympics boxing matches Kanthal' will referee and awards for perfect attendance,
a' 'at Memorial Field in if Cassius 'Clay is in town, spelling language arts and. F: the Quortets
Flamingo Park, Miami Beach he will give the combstents mathematics. He is now vacationing "guest Stars

.... .beginning at noon August 20, a pep talk, according to in W. P. Beach with ft JAZZVILLE
.. his aunts Dixie and Edna Williama. -
I, with professionals matchmaking Pastrano. Winners of bouts
top HOTEL, 29th St.at Collins Avt.J7 .
: and refereeing. will get trophies and em-
The Olympcis will also blems. The events will be s casual Admission $2.00
see the debut of Nicky Pas- televised by Skipper Chuck of iaxi Club Members $1.00Michael's
trano, six, son of the world's WTVJ for use on his Papeye, Eddie Lee Pitt- munity Building 6306 NW
former light heavyweight boxing Playhouse program.. nun,, popular>> local businessman !- 14th Ave. .
champion, Willie Pas- Fighters. must be on. the lit the new own Centers will operate daily
trano, who is in charge of the field at 11.a.in. for weighing .ff of the Dive-Inn Bar Monday through Friday from'
Olympcis for Southeast, Florida in and'match-making. Two 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 7 a.m. ,to 6 p.m.
'DairY Institute. Sonsi bands will entertain. (01-9431. He Invite all Kindergarten
Johnny, 11 and Frankie, 7, his old friends to come Well trained teachers and
already have fought and won. and meet new friends. staff, and adequate facilities 14140 NW 23rd Ct. .
Boys aged six to ,17 are Everyone welcome. indf 'will be available to you and
eligible to compete for B-CC TO TOP 1,000 your child for the very best Registration Begins Sunday August 14, 1966'
trophies and emblems, and in pre-school training
special invitations have gone,FIRST 'TIMEStudents education. 9 a... to 6 p... Daily
out to Washington, Opa-locka, Health
Register early.
Robert King High, West are enrolling in CENTERS OPEN certificate required before Nursery ((2yrs.,3 yrs-Kindergaretn'(4) ( yrs, 5yrs,6yrs)

Miami recreation and North parks Miami who Bethune-Cookmm College at admission. Come. In and inspect or call for (information
Beach a record rate according to AUG. 28.
have boxing teams. Pastrano Harrison F. DeShields, Jr., Place to register now is Phone: MU 8-8141 school or MU 1.4060 residentMr.
will match all boys by age Director of Admissions.To The Day Care Center foras James E. Scott Community,
date his office h I boys and girls 24 to 6 yearsof Association, 4901 NW 7th ., end Mrs. Gibson, owners and supervisors
approved 524 applicants, 439 age of the James E. Sot Ave.,phone PL 8-4791. mm m mmm m mmmm Aug. 26I' d
HOME AGAINOnce of which are recent high Community Association will
school graduates. At this open Monday, August 28.
again the 49'ers are rate, BCC enrollment will Two centers for your con-
back from their summer trip. pass the 1,000 mark for the venience, are rj located in
Even though this trip was an first time. James E. Scott Homes Com-
enjoyable one, girls returned
singing different tunes, one
being, "There's No Place
Like Home," and another,
"Take me Back.'" Call
The trip was well received'
by sister Girl Guides and the
Commissioner at the Nassau, CHARLESROGERS t + ,
International airport Much of
of our entertainment was presented -
by the Guides, how|
ever many Scouts were also
\ '.. entertained by relatives and

friends. 0 AT PL 1-7502
This journey was consid-
ered to be most educational
During our many tours of the
island we saw such historical For A Good Buy on
sites such as the Queens
Staircase, Fort Charlotte, the r '
beautiful Water Tower, the A Piano, Organ,
Governor's House, the Greg
ory Arch and Fort Fincastle.
Two of the most liked places Scott Stereoor
were the native straw market
and Paradise Beach.
All 23 of us would like tai Orchestra

express our thanks to all our I ..... ... ,
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relatives and friends ,who ? ,
Instruments I
helped and made 'this trip srJQIf$ S.;;" +'
possible. A spe cial thanks to "
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our advisors, Miss Elizabeth
Jones and Mrs. Edward
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Fields and troop committee NURSERY .w" '
member, Mrs. Sallie Poindexter -
for their time, patienceand
Hoping your summer has ,
been and will be as enjoyableas /
ours, signing off until the PRIMARY GRADES
next time. '!
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 19 1966 17PORTS

\t\Spearing with. Rattlers Face Same

Looking the

Grid Schedule To
; .....

a > Improve On 7-3 Season SPORTSWORLD

TALLAHASSEE The sire to bounce back by returning -
BY HARRY SPEAR Florida A&M University lettermen might be an
Rattlers may have jumped out
indication of a return to na-
of the frying into the
pan tional ARMBRISTER Over
ranking for the 1966 BY LEO
fire this
IN BRIEF coming football sea- Rattlers
son as they face practicallythe
BOXING, BASEBALL AND FOOTBALLAt same schedule as lastyear's
team that won seven The four Tallahassee
the time of writing this column, baseball is games and lost as many as games (season ticket book) DOLPHINS GRADUALLY GETTING DOWN
Running right down to the wire. Baltimore, the league three. That was the first will cost $11.50. All orders TO GRASSROOTS FOOTBALLThe

Headers, with only 41 games left to play, looks to be time since have 1946 lost that the Rattlers filled for season before tickets those individual will be Dolphins, Miami's standard of professional

h cinch to win the American League pennant. One 0 f three games in one as many season.as game tickets. The single tic- football, as to be expected of a team in its infancywere

he outstanding stars with the Orioles is Frank RoKinson The schedule this year is the ket prices to home games not too spectacular in its two initial starts; but
who threatens to lead in homeruns. At present same as last year's except will be: Allen University, showed a lot of promise. Meanwhile, Coach George
ft6 scored 93, batted in 85 second in league for Alabama A&M, who is ".00; Benedict College, $3.00
runs Wilson sensing the potentials of a mighty Dolphin team
Tennessee ... ,
being replaced by Benedict State, $3.50; and ..1
batting 313, 4 points behind Oliva of Hie Twins Frankcan College of Columbia, S. C. A&T College of N. C., 325. is by eliminating the drawbacks and extracting the
also become the most valuable players. The Rattlers will be out No orders will be accepted most of ability from the team he expects to graduallygrow
to extend their string of 60 without remittance. Make all into a power in the American Football League.
WILLIE MAYS STILL BREAKING RECORDS consecutive conference vic- orders payable to Florida
The will be trimmed
team to a neat 40-man roster
over their SI AC op- A&M University Athletic Association
I Willie needs only two more home runs to break ponents. This suing dates c/o A. S. Gaither, when it journeys to Jacksonville's Gator Bowl Satur-
Jimmy Foxx's record of 534. At present he has 533. back to 1952 when Qethune- athletic director, Florida day night to engage the New York Jets and try once
I This will place him second to the all time great homerun Cookman upset the Rattlers A&M University, Fla. 32307. more to taste the sweetness of victory-and more important
8-7. Five conference games The complete football to consolidate their skills.
clouter Babe Ruth. Willie at 37 of is
years age, schedule
are in store for the Rattlersand follows: Sept. 17,
All football fans
are most'excited about the
I still going strong. This season so far, Willie has hit each year the streak is Allen University at Tallahassee -
reality of a in their and
pro-team community
128 express
home runs. harder to maintain. The Rat- ; Sept. 24. South Carolina
tlers, winners of many na-' at Orangeburg, S. C.;Oct. their desires to help in anyway possible to keep it

I Johnny Dejohn, the oldest of seven brothers, tional titles, were defeated 8, Benedict College at Talla- here-one assured way, is with patience and support.So .
I I last year by nonconferencefoes hassee, Oct. 15, ,Morris keep the Dolphins in Miami. '
four former fighters, Mike, Joe were top notchers. : Tennessee State (45-6), Brown College at Atlanta,
I Johnny is now managing Dickie DiVeronica, a drawing Texas Southern (34-21), and Oa.; Oct. 22, TennesseeState PREP FOOTBALL HAS DIFFERENT
I card here. He also managed Carmen Basilio, former Morgan State (36-7). at Tallahassee; Nov. PERSPECTIVE .
I middleweight champion of the world. The loss of key players 5, A&T College of N. C.
through ( The bell rang for prep footballers Monday morn
graduation, includingtwo Homecoming at Tallahassee;
All-Americans, the un- Nov. 12, Southern Universityat ing; and already it was obvious the swinging effect _..'
I Willie Pastrano was in a seven-car accident, Aug. certainty of the quarterbackspot Baton Rouge, La.; Nov. the phasing out of several of the Negro high schoolsin
I 3rd on the expressway. On Aug. 15, he felt pains in along with the tough 19, Bethune-Cookman at the county will have on the outcome of the sea-
I his neck and head.He entered the Goldie Isles Hospital schedule indicates that Coach Daytona Beach; Nov. 26, son's results.
I but expects to be out by Saturday. Jake Gaither has his work Texas Southern at Jackson- Coaches who once conceded defeat to certain
cut out for him. However, ex- ville; and Dec. 3, Orange
tensive recruiting plus a de- Blossom Classic at Miami. omnipotent schools are watching closely the balanceof
I On Saturday, Aug. 20 at 12 rioon, there will be a power the phasing out can produce and are won-

I series of 15 bouts put on by the S. E. Fla. Dairy Institute MARLINS CLOSING ON THE LEADERS dering why couldn't they have a chance at a title, if

at Memorial Field, Miami Beach. Guest re- Marlins are playing heads up baseball and are in nothing else is gained there is certain to be a better
ferees will be Willie Pastrano, Bobby Dykes, Al Jones, 2nd place in the Fla. state league. They play Ft. brand of football, because the champion may not be so
and Cassius Clay. The field is on 11th St. and Alton Lauderdale easily spotted.
Yankees Fri. & Sat. Aug. 1920. Don'tforget
Road. Dairy night Sat. Aug. 20th.

TORRES The largest crowd of the season to witness a
Khoury League baseball game is expected August 20 We Spray Paint
After a close fight for 15 rounds, Torres retainedhis when the finals of the tsate championship in the juv-
title with 40-year-old Eddie Cotten. The crowd of the division are played off at Miami Stadium.

3,000 booed the decision and cheered Cotton repeatedly The game is part of the fianl Dairy Night celebration Refrigerators, kitchen, cabinets, Indoor and
I for his game battle. Referee scored in Torres 70-67, of the season span sored by Southeast Florida outdoor furniture, deep freezers, automatic

Mike Petroitch Tories, 68-67: Rn. Amos Tprres, 69- Dairy Institute and admission is only 25 cents and a washers, dryers. etc.

'67. You can see how close it was. dairy ticket. A crowd of 4,000 saw the prebiuos Dairy Spray any color to look like new
Night game.
A VISIT TO THE 5th STREET GYM The play for the championship starts at 5 p.m. FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL:
ahd between the Miami Marlins and
My visit to the Gymn this last week puts me in Ft. Lauderdale precedes a Yankees.game Competing will be the Per- 1590196John
mind of old times. Plenty of action, with old timers
rine Khoury team, victors in a semi-final win over
congregating and looking over the new crop of fightersand
broadmoor, and the winner of the Flagaj iTropicalParl
some of the old. These boys are training hard. It
seems that Al Jones the new heavyweight sensationand tilt.

best drawing card around these parts today has Trophies and Milk Bowl Olympics emblem : willl be

put new life into boxing. This is all it needs a good awarded by the winners Willie Pastrano, world's for-
club fighter, someone who gets there and fights. mer light heavyweight champion and youth director of B

the institute.All egg
boys and girls in organized recrearion who ,
Hattie Ambusch who managed the gym for 10
attend in uniform, Boy and Girl Scouts in uniform and {
years is back visiting the boys.Hattie Is no youngster.Last .
holders of the airy Institute YAC (Young Athletes
year, she broke an ankle. She is happy to say
Club) cards will be admitted free.
she is feeling great. I asked Hattie who was her favorite and .....
tickets be obtained vree from food
and she said all of them.That's a sport for you.J. Dairy can YYn,
and dairy stores and milk delivery men, Fyfi rQ,

C. Ponder is back training after pulling a

shoulder muscle while sparring with Lou Rodriques.


Bobby Allen after a two year absence, was acci- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY .Y
dentally shot in the leg by a security agent. He is
back in training and hopes to do as good from wherehe APPRECIATE DOING BUS INESS WITH YOU.


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DIES AT 61Circuit roar

Court Judge Fred W. (Duke) Slater, a football -

All-American at the University of Iowa in the

1920's died Sunday night. He was 67.

Slater had been under care for stomach cancer.A .

huge man who played without a headgear, he be- IT'S THE FLAVOR taro, te i l-L -:',

came a gridiron legend and one of the first Negro tt -
football stars during his four years as lineman at the o '1
University of Iowa. Q DIFFERENT tito t90AJ 'N !

Slater was named All-America tackle, in 1921, a

year the Hawkeyes won the Big Ten title. He later ry LyDED

Played semipro football at Rock Island, 111., starred in III .
the old American Football League, and later joinedthe SCOTCH W11
Chicago Cardinals.
He was named to the National Football League ti 0p.ota1o

'fall of Fame in 1951. F' cht.p.U

Slater is survived by three sisters. here!


than two weeks remain before the nine
Fine Potato Chip Co.
American Football League clubs will have to cutdownto

the 40 for the Here are the re-
men season opener. Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-
gaining AFL cutdown Dabs:
bred Scotch drinkers.They've been smacking their gal.
Tuesday, Aug. 23--42 men 3341 N.W. 65 St. lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
AFL player
Tuesday, Aug. 30-40 men (the new
limit). old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue"Take a
of It's bit better than the best "
peg Begg. a wee say
The night, Sept.
AFL schedule
2 when the new Miami begins Dolphins on host the Oakland Miami Fla. OX 10231 the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg, whose
is and whose is
taste gentle, price light.
Raiders in the Orange Bowl. The teams cut to 48
Payers. on ... . . *.'" . ..f.y,!qo".rqI\TJlnYMu. ._IIdUNN i CO.IMC.H.Y.THE .
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tells Darin Williams, 5, who can just about lift the Drive a cob full or part middle age man. Established W
bowling ball. Watching are Donna Williams, 6, and tint. Interesting wort at customers. Low
Lovett Wimberly, 11, all of 10395 SW 175th St. They you art netting new people All rent. Total price $1500.

were among the bowlers in the Milk Bowl Olympicsat can Itantlyll cash.SAVEWAY .m:
I University Bowl'sponsored by the Institute. Proceeds ZILBER TAXI
fJ went to St. Jude Children's Hospital. Pastrano 1025 W. Flagler Strtttladtf CHEMICALSUnion
is chairman for the annual ALSAC Teen Age March I 5-2038
1. Sept. 11 to raise funds for St. Jude.

Blanche Calloway
Duplex For SaleIn

EOPI Opposed to Florida Bar the heart of Allapattah *

L'i 1625 NW 38 STREET

: ,' Controlled Legal Services $8950 Total Price Week-End Special

$500 Down Payment
The Economic Opportunity period of time, a genuine $80'' A Month 3 bedrooms 2 baths Fla kitchen
concern for the rights of the room, ,
Inc. is
j Program Florida Bar Association-opposed to residents of the poverty areas Newly painted. New floors, Large apart built-in range and oven. The best home in

controlled legal services( pro- of Florida.Be ments or can be used as one large home. this area.
giam for migrant workers or
others in need of legal aid. Economic it therefore Opportunity resolvedthat OWNER: DAYS 633-2664 NITES 444-0353 This home can be yours with a reasonable
The agency, which fights
? ) the war against poverty in Program Inc. is strongly op down payment. Meet me Sunday 15 p.m. at'
posed funding by the ,OEO of
Dado County, announced its
stand this week in a resolution a State-wide legal' 'bervieeaprogram 244 NW 43rd 'STREET
which would be
passed by its board. It con-
was released by Attorney trolled by the Florida Bar.".." RICHMOND HEIGHTS BEAUTY .
James Matthews, secretary of

3. bedroom, like brand new, corner, fenced, BEFOREYOU BUY"LISTEN"OR SELL CALL MEAT:
The"Whereas resolution says: carport, $250 down $65 mo. Hurry on this!
\ Dade County FOR SALEBy P L 4-0655
has already demonstrated
Mr. Marvin
through the EOPI the abilityto Owner
operate a responsible legal Modem, CBS homo, two GREATER MIAMI, REALTORSHI
) services program that is par- 4-6133 NIGHTS & SUN. 235-2743! ,, ;
bedroom bath '
ticipated .n but not controlled two garage, t" './ : "
by the organized Bar; Fla room, central fuel heat : ii"/ .,
I "Whereas, the Board of and air, fence, shutters, .... ;'( $!itr' "K\, ,
Directors of Economic Opportunity low down if right party. : '; : '"
Program! Inc. is in I I. ": :.; t die .i
f. favor of'a migrant, legal ser- See it at: ..........444I:-; ,
vices program, administered 2320 NW 81 Street
by individuals who have prev- r
iously demonstrated over a KING SIZE .

::-r-; : FROM $100 DOWN AI
I I ""'r"\" ',. I .;, "" T'':.,"" Buy A Home Today!
I / ", iii' totl.I: ; II' NO CLOSING A


ALL CBS BEAUTIES NO CLOSING !COSTS L 2 bedroom, screened front porch, carport, wanted NO QUALIFYING MOVE IN
I T area. FHA ttrms. A
I 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS. large Fla room, dinIng ((1)) 2156 NW 47 TERR. $500 down. $25 week.
appliances, oircondl3,000$350 do. + 8811 NW 15 AVENUE ((2)) 2180 NW 47 TERR. $500 down. $25 week.
i 2 bedroom, Fla room, enclosed garage, fenced A
((3)) 3155 NW 66 ST. $500 down. $25 week.
3 BEDROOMS $11,000. $75
large ,
corner mo. T large lot and other extras. FHA. $13,000. A
pays all. APpliances, utility room. These are brand now 3 bedroom homes.

4 ((2)) 3150 NW 56th ST. $195 down. $22 wk. large
840 NW 85 STREET
$300 !DOWN. $73 MQ. 2 bedroom, dining room,
appliances, utility room, ftnctd$11,500. A, 2 bedroom, Fla room, rtfrig., stove, air cond., Tt 3 bedroom house, fenced yard.
\t +Ill" carport, FHA term, no closing cost. A ((3)) 3060 NW 55th ST. $395 down. $25 wk. Like
2 3EDROOM, $64 MO. Dining room, utility, new, 3 bedroom CBS homo.
washer, $10,500, $250 down. 2325 NW 89 STREET *
lovely 2 bedroom, carport, sprinkler 4 ((4)) 1390 NW 87th ST. $350 down. $88 mo. 3
2 BEDROOM, $13 MO. Dining room, appliances, only $12,500. bedroom, 2 bath homo. Fla room.
garage, $300 down, $12,800.NO 4 4

QUALIFYING.! 3 bedroom, corner, large kitchen 4 8800 NW 14 AVENUE 4 ((5)) 2219 NW 81 ST. $450 down. $74 mo. Nice

appliances, utility room, $11,500.NO 2 bedroom CBS homo.
A Corner, 2 bedroom, large Fla. room, garage, .
QUALI FYING 3 bedroom, $11,500. $87 ma. .I fenced. Only $13,000. ((6)) 8458 NW 14th AVE. Duplex. $70 mo. $250

pays all. Dining room, appliances, $1,000 4 1410 NW 88 STREET + down. live rent frtt.

down.INCOME 2 bedroom, Fla room, air condition, rugging, AJ "
appliances, garage, sprinkler system, FHA T t. \.. "tN r, TI ,. f ." ,,Is.",,'
m" I)"J : '
PROPERTIES, DUPLEXES, $300. term I. It I' ;
S 41! .... ;...$ e iliJ ;'i
DOWN. WE HAVE MAMY" OTHERS. $100 4 4 ;; !
+ WE SPECIALIZE I IS THE FHA & VA .1.1460 E"t,' ;
RESALE & -lle tt.4ts: ;, .' ,f1
Open 1 pays a Week


8000 1 H.r 635-4595
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue
.J 9 ':t.......... .
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--"--- MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 19, 1966 19


.. QUALIFYING 2 bedroom duplex, partly turn. Secretaries and Typists. Must

LOW DOWN PAYMENT $21. Liberty Rental Agency have top skills, be accurate
$15 WORDS OR LESS $1.25.5C FOR ADDITIONAL| WORD. EASYMONTHLY PAYMENTS 2020 NW 62nd St. 633-7809. and fast. Excellent salaries,

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY 3 br. 1, bath front porch, new promotions, benefits. Send ..r;
paint. See at 1924 NW 50th Small bedroom duplex. $19.50 resume to Box No. 20, The

-- ... Sr. Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 i I Miami Times. Aug. 26.
run SALE FOR SALE .... NW 62nd St. 6337809.
FOR SALE 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS
Ladies, address cards and,
NO QUALIFYING Four CBS units only $10,000- Lot. Located fence, awnings, refinished, 2 m CBS, apt. Liberty' accept phone calls. Salary.
0920 NW 84th St. Total price,I $100 month. Small downmak 1 11,750, only $1,200 down,< money and live rent free,, 696-8067. Call Mr. Bass i Terr. NW 62nd St. 6337809. St. Philadelphia Pa. Sep. 2
and $78 month pays all, foi:. 273-7973 or HI 4-8004. ...

his lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bathplus i 1 623 NW 27th Street Want new 3 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, excellent Large Nice CBS 1 eCf.br.Adults CBS, 17.50 only $15. MISCELLANEOUS
large Fla. room. This is 1-
1H bath home? No qualifying deal. Call for Information Moving-Hauling. Let us move
nice. Call any time. A. Ben- LIFE'S BEST BUY $1000 down. $85 month. You on this. Priced very low. Free elec. & water. your furniture, dean. up

god, Realtor, 751-2243. Large 3 bedroom CBS, full have it today. Drive over to LIVE RENT FREE Nice 2 br house.CBS, $21.1 br, duplex, $19. garage, trash, junk, limbs,

size dining and utility rooms. 2155 NW 79th Terr, then MOVE RIGHT IN 1 br duplex plus porch $19.50 etc. MU 1-4712 or 691-4642.
CBS Custom Fla room has ''built- Universal R. E. 7518642.NW 3 bedroom, 1 bath, large house LIBERTY
FHAt 3 bedroom, CBS, 1 bath in RENTAL AGENCY Will babies in
television, tile roof, Jalousie plus 2 separate apts. See at 2020 NW 62nd St. keep my home.
large Fla. room. This is 6337809.-
very windows. Large lot Homes on the water. 570 NW 3011 St. Call Broker. Call 6342897.
very nice and ideal for large with sprinkler system. FHA 9231 Little River Blvd., 3 MARTIN M. BERNEY HELP WANTEDAre
family. Call anytime. A. Ben- price $15.500 with $500 down bedroom, beautiful home, 624-6983 Kindergar ten worker, driver
god, Realtor, 751-2243. and $83.81 month. (Vets $100 wall to wall carpet, Fla'room, you a person who always and kitchen helper, age 35-40.
down) Key at Life Realty, carport, excellent inside and Bunche Park area. 15620 NW wanted your own business Call 691-7796. A u&26 .,
CHARMING CBS Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL out. Reduced from $18,000 to 26th Ave. FHA financing, 2 but never had the opportunityto
wonderful for couple with 2 9-4371. Open nites & Sun. $15.500 for quick sale. Only bedroom, 1 bath, $300 down, do so because you did not Need Carpet!! We have tre-i
children, FHA $12,800, $450 $500 down. Call 666-3823 for $54 mo. ,Call Broker. MartinM. have the money and couldn't mendous buys in wall to wall
and $87
down mo. Fenced borrow from a bank or loan
yard, immaculate home for a A MUST SEE appointment., Bemey, 624-6983. ? carpet. 9492288.Colo .
825 NW conveniently located, 4 bed- company
starter at 84th St. Southwest
Open Sunday 2 to 6. See it rooms, 2 baths, perfect for 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, area. 6345 SW with.Now, we will supply you ul Austrian Stamp Offer
andyou will buy. Call any the large family, only $400 fence, awnings, 15611 NE 62nd Ave. Lovely 3 bedroom, business that will 1400 varied stamps, all
time, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, down, $13,000 total. This 15th Ct. Fum. $390 handles. 1 bath, refinished like new, guarantee you $250 per week different, including many
lovelv horn .. .. .. .... low andhelp from
751-2243. h .11. FHA terms. No closing cost. down payment, reasonable you get money special commemorative Issues,
floor .pl.nsIari;living room, Owner 373-3304. monthly payments. Move right the S.B.A. For additional only $5. Send cash check or
810 NW 84th STREET separate dining room witl in. Call Broker. Martin M. information call Paul] Odom postal money order toHobby-
carpet, large rear fenced Berney, 6246983. 238-5113 between 7 & 8:30:
d Zentrale
yar House and Nikolsdorferg. 8,
Open Sunday 2 to 6. This 1 with nice garage: apt., cheap a.m. 9nly. Please do not
Bar-B-Q and 1050
0 location all We
lovely 2 bedroom CBS is i sub-division, call other time.
fully carpeted, including board. Truly an excellent t t evenings 681-1068.. 339 NW 39th Street any guarantee prompt delivery.

bathroom, air cond., utility value. Kaiser & Lee Realtors,,, ---- $250 down, no extra cost.
room, this is a honey. PL 74588. 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, CBS, can be three bedroom.
$12.500 FHA. $450 down. comer lot; landscaped; good Owner: PL 8-8749
Vets only $200 down and $87 WATERFRONT VALUE location; Iti baths; tremendous -
month pays all. Don't miss I Florida I living at its best. $60' Fla room; substantial
this. Call anytime. A. Ben- down. 9251 Little Rive down payment required. See FOR RENT EDISON
Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. Blvd. Large 3 bedroom, CBS 1 by appointment. Ph. 691-2695. SpecialsWE
CBS on ':7.5.53Q lot. Landscaped .. ------ Clean fum. room with all

LARGE 2 BEDROOM with many extras i in- Live rent free. Fum. Large 1 modem conveniences, including -
Total $12,500, only $450 eluded. A must see to appre, bedroom duplex, $500 down. kitchen facilities (Men
down and $89 mo. pays all. ciate. One FHA mortgage $90 mo. Near Jackson High, only) Call 7541452. ARE OPEN ALL DAY SAT. & SUN.

CBS with large Fla porch,, One low monthly payment no qualifying, no red tape,
845 NW 84th St. Open Sunday pays all. Kaiser & Lee Real,, one side rented at $88 per Fum. 2 bedroom duplex. '
'J..N.ar.Edhe" '
2 to 6. Vets only $200 total. tors, PL 7-4588. month or rent with the Inten- Adults, will take child up to High. 2 bedroom, CBS, til* raof, $250
Look at this on Sunday, you tions of buying, $22 per weekor three. MU 1-0325. down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot.

will like it fully carpeted.Call ARCOLA GARDENS $75 per month. Total 2. $73 month pay everything. CBS, tilo roof fenced
anytime. A. Ben-Kori, 775 NW 84th Ten. A neat price 11500. 1823 NW 37th Room. Single person of ,
Realtor, 7512243. home. An exceptional well St., Call FR 3-3175 evenings couple. Call NE 5.5767.Ann's yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No doling

kept 2 bedroom CBS, con NE.4-0942. cost. County taxi i only. In th, 80'..
2 Homes on Lot --- Guest House, 344 NW
FHA, 18000. Only $800 do. yard veniently with located nice, rear patio fenced and I CLOSE IN CBS 10th St. FR 99155. Modem 3. No qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard, Patio

live almost rent free. This is BarBQpit, reverse cycle/ ,2 bedroom with large Fla, rooms with maid service withor well pump, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA mortgage already l.
really big, forty foot living air conditioner, large outside utility and dining room. Tile without air condition. Day placed. County taxes only.
room, see it to believe it. 2 utility room, total price roof, awnings, carport. AirI weekly rates 4. Very nice
,bedrooms, 2 baths, beautiful $12,500 good terms. Mr. I conditioners, wall to wall CBS homo, carport, tile roof, reverse
kitchen, this property only 6 Mrs. Karsh on premises. carport and drapes. Near Large one bedroom duplex, cycle air conditioner, $300 down, FHA, county
'years old, cost $23,000 to Kaiser & Lee Realtors, PL school, shopping, bus. FHA located at 1042 NW 35th St. taxes only.
..uild. Real home is or* bed-. 7-4588. price $11,700 with $400 do. Adults only, stove & rerrig.
room. See this for sure. Call and $75.86 month. (Vets only $22.50 wk. Call 751-2243. 5. No Qualifying, CBS home, the roof, tile kitchen,

anytime A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 1300 NW 90th STREET $100 down). Life Realty, reverse cycle air conditioner, drapes, wall to
7512243. Drive by, then call Mitzi to Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. Duplex. Unfurnished. Large 1 wall carpet. Only $9,500 total. Low down payment.
see this truly attractive com- PL 9-4371. Open eves & Sun. bedroom, full dining and living WE HAVE'
DUPLEX pletely and tastefully furru room, located at 84th St. & MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXE: $, FHA

1919 NW 90th St. Live rent split level 3 bedroom, 2 8931 NW 17th AVENUE 17th Ave. No children. TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

free in this lovely duplex, bath, CBS with large Fla. FHA price $12,500 with $400 Adults only $20 week. CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
fully fum. FHA terms to vets room and oversize garage, down (Vets only $100 down)
only $200 down. Total'price central heat and three air and $75.67 month buys this Duplex. Fum. 1 bedroom, :$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

15000. ,Only $600 down. conditioners, well, pump and modem, 2 bedroom, CBS, large large living room, at 86th DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
Call anytime. A. Ben-Kori, sprinkler system for the care Fla room, dining and utility Tftr. and 18th Ave. No child
Realtor 7512243. of a beautiful landscapedlot rooms. Air conditioner and ren. Adults only. 751-2243.'

with relaxing patio, built- wall to wall carpet, tile ,roof, EDISON REALTY Realtors
No qualifying. You can move in Bar-B-Q. Near school, carport, awnings. Large yard bath Female and only. Room, private ,
into this beautiful comer home shopping and all transportation. with sprinkler system. Key at 52nd SU Phone entrance.757-4767.925 NW
for only $900 down, right! Kaiser & Lee Realtors, Life Realty,4932 NW 7th Ave. 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441

now. payments? Only 1 mortgage PL 7-4588. PL 94371. Open nites and 1823 NW 37th St. Large furn.

and only." month Sundays. 1 bedroom duplex. $75 mo.
Pays all. 8921 NW 15th -Ave. HOME AND INCOME or $22 weekly, adults 'only,
Universal 7518642.On 76 NW 44th St. $400 down. FHA SPECIAL! -
R. E. $11,500 total. Low monthly 2 bedroom, CBS Huge Fla near 3-3175 Jackson evenings High.NE Call 4-0942.FR ....................

thelake at 85th St. 3 bed- payments. Lovely 2 or 3 bed room, plus enclosed front
room beauty at only $105 mo. room home with extra 1 bed, porch, make this just right Large 2 bedroom house
700 down. FHA. Universal room cottage with minimum i for a I large family. Utility a beautiful lot in a quiet on 1 Let Your
R. E. 751-8642. $60 month income. You must room and carport. Tile roof, neighborhood, city water, Boy
see this value to really ap- tile roof, jalousie windows.Air .
ideal small family. Call
Kaiser &
its worth.
3 bedroom home.No qualifyingon preciate conditioner, large comer- 634-0760 for appointment. "
PL 74588.
large corner lot. One Lee Realtors, lot with many fruit trees. FHA OPERATE HIS
Payment $75 price $13,000 with $400 down
Room for
mo. single working
CUSTOM BUILT and $78.80 month. (Vets onl man '
Total price 8900. y in nice private home. Call,
1041 NW 87th St. Exceptionally OWN BUSINESSHe
City water, Call Mr. Chris. designed 3 bedroom, 2 $100 down.) Life Realty, 757-4149.
Dick Brooks, Realty, Inc. bath with tremendous screen Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. I
Ph: 688-6638, nights 681- ed Fla room over looking PL 94371. Open nites and Downtown area. 1 bedroom, i!
7740. Sundays. fun. $18 and furn. effcy. $13. I
water. Total price only
all get started
Call Mickins Rental Agency, : .
$23,000 good terms arranged.
Lakefront IVi BATH
beauty with 2 BEDROOM NE 4-0500.
modem convenience. For every only :John A. Pirie on premises. An outstanding FHA buy at for
$600 down and $94 month. A :Kaiser & Lee Realtors, PL only $12,000 with $400 down One bedroom apt. adults only, only .

simply super home. 1036 NW 7-5488. (Veterans $100 down) and 681-7001--, -Opa-locka area.

85th 8642.St. Universal R. E. 751- COZY 3 BEDROOM utility$72.54 room month., garage.Fla Modern room, 1805W NW 76th Terr. 1 bed- I I .sln

$400 down, total price $13,000 kitchen with appliances. room cottage, partly fum. keyat tbt 1i
11 JIDtM
Electric stove, heater, 3 :9001 NW 17th Ave. This is Awnings, Jalousie windows. Immediate front house, weekly Call$17. & ; ittm

compartments dish, sink, 'truly a lovely home in very Large, well kept yard with daily Mr. occupancy.Gross 444-6126,
counter ana
etc., reasonable, evenings HI: 8-2824. YOUR
PL 47671. I! dining room, screened all closing costs. Key at Life OWN NEIGHBORHOOD EACH WEEK
porch, awnings, fenced yare I Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. -

Hot neighborhood,hotter house, and other extras, hardwood PL 9-4371. Open evenings & Fourroom, fume orunfurn.$16 IT'S EASYI ITS FUN!
your dream come true. $400:floors, tile roof. Kaiser & Sundays. week, utilities, incl. can be :
down. $80 month buys you Lee Realtors, PL 7-5488. ___ I used as 2 bed. 653 NW 27t h Here's kow.
this doll house. 9350 Little FHA BARGAIN !i t. 3737973. HI 48004. ..,,.

River Blvd. Universal R. E. 8730 NW 15th Avenue 3 bedroom, CBS, large living ;t First you buy 11 copies of the Miami ,Times for-
751-8642. $400 down. $75.67 mo. 3 bed2 room and dining rooms, 75x100
or 3 bedroom. Large carport lotwith sprinkler system. FHA 99tf. Sell them for 15tf a piece. You make 66<.
nera school and all trans- price only $12,500 with $400 Large room for couple or
profit. With this profit plus original 99 r"-
2050 NW 96th Street portation, Kaiser & Lee Real- down and $75.67 month. (Vets single person. Liberty City your <

tile Lovely roof like new CBS, comer, tors, PL 7-5488. $100 down). Key at Life 8128.area. private home, call 758- vestment, you buy 22 more Miami Times.' Repeat
oak floors, carport, Broker, 4932 NW
Realty, this until selling 50 '
or more
custom-built, large bedroom --- process you are
Lovely CBS Home /tn Ave. PL 9-4371. Open
only $350 cown. $72 monthly Fum. room. Private entrance, When selling 50 Miami Times
) are
Seethen (Direct from owner evens and Sundays.By $8.50, 751-4309 papers. you ,
call 757-4198
-- owner 758-8749. Move right in. No red tape. you will make $3.00 prof it for yourself each week.; J
NW 51 St. EZ
Wish to sell house, stock New CBS, two bedroom apt.
frame[ two bedrooms, bath, terms. Owner 765 NW 69th St. Adults only,
living room, dinnette, two $78 Pays All owner, NW home, 5 rooms, Free gas, water. CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE
$300 Down -
closing porch. $5,800 cash plus utility room, awnings,
sale, no mortgage. 1649 NW CBS Like New double garage, inspection call Invited Fum. effcy. 775 NW 69th St.' 6140 N.W. 15TH AVE. OX $1-0421' fTHE
69th See: 1752 NW 152nd Street for appointment
Terr., interview Sunday Adults only, free water, elec-

1 P.m. to 5:30.: '696 1106. Call Move owner, right direct-,No: 758-8749 waiting 7576507. tricity. I ....................... .

. ,

20 MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 19, 1966

\ : I Children Moved From Shack
:t LET'S TALC POLITIES mother and 8

Opportunity Program, Inc., asa Authonly, aides from the :1407 NW 54th St. to unit 501-\
A 35-year-old mother and
and ,
Lh She had tried Welfare Department of the James Scott
By NORMAN E. JONES hat resort. :
: ], her eight children have moved eration Head Start, he located
to getaway NW 72nd SUFor
I for months and in vain Project, at. 2370
. .J t -', from a rat and roach infested from the filth-ridden suitable housing for Mrs. most people moving 1*
PLANS SHAPE UP FOR STATEWIDE condemned aback to a clean helsth-mcnacing environment Pugh.Last just a change of address.
and modern apartment, the young
bright weekend
shared with her children. For the Pughs it turned out'to
VOTERS RALLY thanks to the combined efforts When Attorney Irwin S. mother and her eight children' be the journey from night
of thos efighting ,
poverty Futerfaa heard her story at moved from the shack, at to light..
in Orlando Sa- the Miami Housing
The Planning Committee meeting the Neighborhood Center, he
turday firmed up final plans and program for the forth- Authority and the Dade County sat the wheels in motion that

coming First Annual Statewide Grass Roots Freedom Welfare. Department.Mrs. Susie Pugh came to finally brought success.
Rally to be held Saturday September 17 beginning at the legal Service Representative Together with Dr. George of AUTO INSURANCE
in Orlando. Focal point of all ac- of the Liberty City Green, assistant director
ten in morning the Center. Haley Sofge, director Check oiu new, lower rates and easy financing
tivities will be at Tinker Baseball Stadium. Neighborhood Center Economic, estab- of the Miami HousingSTART I IMMEDIATE SRitt FlUNG
Dominant theme of the rally is Voter Registrationand lished by the I' Bring this ad to our offle.aDd receive a free gift

Political Education with emphasis the
on neces-
D. Goodman and Son Inc.
sity of continuous voting at every election includingthe
East Coast Public Seivlce.Over "Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
general elections as well as the primaries to prevent -
20 Veers Business member AH People Democratic Club
the registrants from being purged from the lists
Tailors Live In Molds 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
every two years. Further emphasis will be placed on Coke Bus Boys ,
., the filing of change of address which has removed SPECIAL Dlthwoshers Porters i
) I< many voters from the voting lists, particularly caused TAILORED SLACKS Gas Station Drivers
by the removal of many families by Urban Renewal and $14.95 Hotel & Home Molds

Expressway Projects. Alterations and Remodeling W. Appreclat.'our AETNA REALTYOPEN


The Committee decided to sponsor this Statewide P L 8-3901 I IA Fa 9.8382sU' Comer, 2 bedroom, enclosed porch, carport,
Freedom- Rally on an annual basis in or- cuff while you walt
Grass Roots Street ooifloors, stove, refrigerator, air-conditioned,
der to develop a continued interest in voter registration wall to wall carpet and much more-must go
,. ,
and voter education. today for $11,000 total. NO, CLOSING COSTS.
Efforts are being made to secure speakers from $71.50 monthly. Be firstll
the Speakers Bureau of the National Democratic and Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

Republican Committee for the occasion. Democraticand 23S5 NW 80 STREET $17,000 TOTAL
candidates for statewide offices and "MR. JACK"
Republican CUitom-bullt,2 bedroom Fla
huge room, carport,
congressional districts are being invited to address FOB
tile roof, oak floors, stove, 2 air-conditioners ,
the rally on a limited basis.
The Orange County Progressive Voters Leagueare The Very Lateet in Men's Fashleas NO Ideal CLOSING for COSTS, $700 down. $101.94 mo.
professional people. See today!
hosts for this first annual rally. Mrs. Mable Rich SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS

, ardson and W. J. Bruton are co-chairmen of the local ITALIAN" SHOE 9001 NW 16 AVENUE $400 DOWN
committee, Dr. Von D. Mizell is general chairman. 944 NW 2nd Ave.. Miami Florida :
CBS, 2 bedroom, carport, tile roof, oak floors,
Local League affiliates throughout the state are
planning to bring special busses from their respectiveareas. -...... stove, refrigerator, sprinkler system, NO CLOSING
COST. $12,300 total. $74.43 mo. Don't

I ... ..' ., ., miss this onelll
;"01. 'Of'l- 1It( "" "" ",1. I

.;........v..N..t..A.. Prince Hepburn,J.P.,was ,I\ 'COLOR. .'.AHD. ALq.K". "'II" MUTE, "{TV,%8Ry1CEFSTEREO .-' I MANY MORE CALL TODAY
: '' ,
British Red ; : 1 :
presented the 'j Veterans and Urban Renewal People from $100
In and Around Cross Society's Certificate of .' :, = ,RADII'TAPE.. : KEBARAERYETTY. ',' ,' I
Honor and Badge (Classl( '" '
Bahamas three) by the Govenor, Sir; I .Down.ii4EThA.1tAtTY 1 t : ; :
the ',
)Ralph Grey, in brief ceremonies ':','rI I : I
( t I '
:" ,
at Government .
'..r..v..wThe House on July 12. The citation tot.;:::, '""TEDrFRMERLY; ,OF JET'\IS NOW, VET .

was given for Mr.: "Y ;," I70 'fT C'MsT4" --........,.,"'..". BROKER I....." 3 .. .,
accommodations at Hepburn's 25 years of de-t .., ,.. 1
: ,. '
the new $840,000 Teachers voted, unswerving and voluntary tr. if;! 't... j, .""Flsfvw-wyr,. ." ; <
Training College, Oak Field, service to the Baha ", / \ .if ,!wWrTII: i:,' A!: ': ,, 1&.,* ,,,. I'l'I; /' ''''L 1:
officially opened last year, branch of the Red Cross. I :

are to be doubled, according .. .
to plans announced by the --
Hon. Godfrey Kelly, ministerof
ed 1cation recently. The
school! was built to accommodate
1SJ students at a time.
The increase in enrollment
makes it necessary to provide
for 300.

The Nassau Jaycettes, an
auxiliary of the Jaycees and
composed of wives of Jaycee f
members was organized recently -
in the Nassau Roomof
the Sheraton British Colonial

: Mrs.HotelOfficers Pat Thompson electedare 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE.PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
1375 W.49th
president: Mrs. E. R. Hanna, W Hollywood Miami I fl a.
Hialeah, Fla. MIAMI, FLA. Perlne, fla.
first vice president: Mrs. HuBert 945.0381 5 226.5631MON.
I Stuart, second vice 121.1761 635-O736 6350736231.2901
president; Mrs. Eneas
Theophilus, treasurer and
Mrs. Willard Hanna, secre-

The Church of Christ the
King, in Ridgeland Park,
south of Robinson Road, gave
its first fair on July 29.

is Consecrated the youngest last January Anglican, it 10 PC. BEDROOM SUITE!

Church in the Bahamas, and DEFIES COMPETITION AT THIS PRICE i ,
is a mission of St. Barnabas.
Proceeds from the fair will
help to extend the building.

Three 18 year-old boys
charged with breaking and ,
stealing, pleaded guilty on
\t July 7 and were sent to do'
thirty months each in the
Big Hpuse. The boys had
stolen clothing valued at
more than $3,500 and cash qty 1
more !2,000.:; In passing sen-
tence the judge said, "It is
now the day of ictkoning."





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