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 26, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol. 43, No. 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, AUGUST 26, 1966 20 PAGES 15*


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NBC radio-television in their thinking, especiallyon where white attacked Negroes Floyd B. McKissick na-

program "Meet the Press," the question of violenceand violently, said: tional director of the Congressof
brought six Negro leaders to- nonviolence.Dr. "I believe firmly in nonviolence Racial Equality, said:
gether Sunday afternoon to Martin Luther King ." However, he insisted "Nonviolence is something
,answer questions about the president of the Southern demonstrations must of the past we believe -
civil rights fight and the Christian Leadership Con continue, not because they in nonviolence as longas \
kind of strategy they favored. ference and leader of some solve problems by themselvesbut nobody hits us, we believein e-
Their answers revealed that of the recent civil rights demonstrations because they brought attention self defense." ,
some of them are miles apar t in Chicago to the problems. He agreed that if peopleare

-. h____. killed and the law does ." ..
not punish offenders, vigilantes t
Almos'Total should be organized
faculty Integration Here anJ should take the law into'

I their own hands and commit

100 Teachers NeededNegro violence.Stokely Carmichael, chair

man of the Student Nonviolent
Coordinating Committee, and 11

volunteers to integrate chers, including some 900 than we need. foremost advocate of "black L
the more than 200 Dade newcomers and 100 former Some of the white volun- power :said: *

County ''schools this fall are Dade teachers, but there are teers will not be reassigned "We (Negroes) are the 4y.r
still not quite enough, Don- openings for 40 teachers i in| If there are no Negro schools only people in this country n 1 .
ald Theobold, assistant per- secondary math and 60 in the that need teachers in their who have to protect ourselves -

sonnel director, said Tuesday. elementary grades, he said. specialty areas, he added. against our protec-I i I
tection since the police
lie said that about a dozenof Many of the new teachers About 100 Dade schools
forces of this are
the county's schools will Theobold said, were hired had at least one member of country. I
have no Negro on the faculty with the aid of a list of gradu- year. School SuperintendentJoe not protecting us, then whoI'
when school opens next ates of predominantly Negro Hall made an appeal to is going to protect us We .
month. vol- are going to go down together, i MI
teacher colleges that is prepared teachers last spring to all of us/' Q
and published by the unteer for transfers so the I
He said personnel depart- lr
Wilkins I
National Educational Associ- schools would have mixed Roy executive director r-
ment right now are
ation. each race on the faculty last of the National Association '
more worried about killing 100 faculties this year. for the Advancement
teacher vacancies than they "There have been no The goal of 100 percent of Colored People was cool. II
are about hiring members ,of problems with'the white integration may yet be achieced He said: I ,

any particular race. teachers," Theobold added. said Theobold, by shiftingsome "I think we'll have to come H
The county will gain the "There are far more availablefor personnel after schools to law and order.-_ We.. all__. come
services of nearly 1.000 tea- teachers to Negro schools to the courtroom and the law''
open. Shown
standing is 32-
eventually. We find we can't weapons inspection
solve it with rhetoric." year-old Officer James R. Christian, the first Ne-

I Nation's Slums No. 1 Target Whitney M. Young Jr.,. I t J, gro to be assigned to the motorcycle squad of the .
director of the National Ur- Dade County Sheriffs department. .
ban League said, "I find myself Bottom photos shows officer Christian as he ..
Senators, Congressmen gram. y"Wei ,ing on some 70 separate pro- terribly distressed bv a is about to embark on his,tour of duty for the day.
and housing ,experts in have an agenda for grams to aid the cities.' great deal of this conversation A Richmond Heights resident, and a member,

Washington, along with action,' 'Johnson said,"now Sen. Kennedy contendedthat here today." He said of the Sheriff's department for six years, he is
President Johnson aretryingto Congress must act." the government could afford of "black power:" "we do not married and the father of one child Photo by
find ways and means to The Department of HousIng $6 billion this year more feel one gets pride or dignityor Frank Johnson.
clean up or wipe out the slumsof and Urban Developmentinvited than it plans to spend on the power simply by being ,

this country.. scientists and engineers cities. His brother, Ted, suggested white or being black." .:::::=::::.:.:::::::.:::..:::=;.:::::.. .-::::::-.:' -= .::. .. ".... ..." .\

They all agree that something last month to the first ofa $2 billion a month. ...- ..,. "' .
should be done and series of "brainstorming"sessions Several plans have been 'I :r .t- ;

that right early,but they have on city problems, suggested, including formation : Tighter.Controls !
not come to a conclusion of with the focus on slums. of community develop- ,, itilensUrle ,

what is to be done, how it During the coming ment corporations with slum ,
should be done, and how months, mayors, slum dwel- dwellers as shareholders and ". ': : :
early should be done. lers and academic experts beneficiaries; restore twice-a- : On Slum H,1 j jI

Sen. Robert F. Kennedyhas will be sending their sugges- day postal service and hire ( .

complained that the tions to Sen. Abraham Rib- 50,000 Negro postmen to _._-,'u-_ """ ___n __''''_''_''.'-:..-__...-..__L-_.___-'.____-_____.. -,,_,",-_. -.ruM..a.wumum_,11I_..ww. w.nY. .Jd._...i A .
Johnson administration is \icoff's subcommittee that is deliver it, thus taking them Dade citizens opposition to both proposals, department head, Grady
A group
not moving fast enough with investigation slums. of relief and restoring their Mrs. Virrick said. Phelps and city sanitation.
proposed two mea-
its Great Society program to The President estimates dignity; hiring Negro male Monday that would tighten city "1 know mothers with six "The sanitarisns say they
touch the ghettoes of the na Friday that $30 billion a teachers in slum schools to control of slum housing. to eight children who have go to a landlord and give hima
tion. President Johnson last year comes out of Washington provide a much-needed masculine Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick had the water shut off for non- warning about an illegal pile :"

Friday blamed Congress for to meet urban needs,and influence for Negro chairman of the Dade County payment, going somewherewith of trash, litter or garbage"

foot-dragging in the pro- 15 federal agencies arecarry- boys. Conference on Civic affairs, a dirty bucket to get some she said. "It's cleaned up,

urged amendment of the city's dirty water from a neighbor, or but 24 hours there's another
Minimum Housing! Code to: some faucet," Mrs. Virrick pile in the same place."

Require landlords to provide conference is checking
running water for every whether slum landlords put The conference is proposing -
unit. individual to the commission that If
occupied dwelling water meters on
Bring into court any land- apartments and whether they property owners are given
lord who is warned three apportion water to their te- three warnings within 10 days
A N times within 10 days for hav- nants. by the sanitarians then

ing trash or garbage on his Mrs. Virrick said the other "there shall be an obligatory

4T property.She proposal is being made aftera appearance' in the municipal
a expects stiff landlord meeting with city sanitation; court.

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t ? Negro Cops Denied ., '

Promotions ; Given Raises

I years. their duties in a new or higher
Nine Negro policemen who
For 14 years the men have
have contended that they have rank.Defending
been detectives, and have the officers' suit
.'t worked their way to higher
N performed duties normally the legal department of the
rank in Miami Police Depart-
assigned to sergeants. They city said that the men have
ment without promotion, were fail d in civil service exa- not performed sergeants' duties -
given a hike in pay Tuesdayby mination for
promotion to since detective work Is
the Miami Civil Service sergeant but had practical I but one facet of the higer job .
Board. They were given a .
experience.The Donald Wheeler Jones,
title too, but not the
for the nine officers
they anticipated.The Civil Service Board, attorney
the City Commission and the and president of the local
board unanimously recommended -
court had repeatedly turned branch 'of the NAACP, said,
down their request for promotion "morality and justice" urge
First Annual Heritage Trip of Girl Scout Troop 724 has ended, but delightful -' increase for the nine officers without examination. A promotion for his clients.
and candid memories will linger in the hearts and heads of the twentyeighttroop and said they should be 2-1 District Court of Appeal] The officers are victims,
"special investiga-
members who participated in this activity. Just think, Cherry Brown, Pat decision denied them. of discrimination, he. said,.. .
Burch and Dorothy Swindle shown in the picture, had the rare experience of meet-, If approved by City Mana- The men based their) because ."they happen to be
ing and shaking hands of the famous Senator Robert "Bobie" Kennedy of New M. L. Reese, the action of the case on a civil servicd re- Negroes, and called a special -
York. These share other candid of gulation that says city em- personnel study of the
girls would like to highlights their trip with the board will boost the officers
citizens of Dade County, when they appear on the Blanche Calloway's Progress Report status but leave them withoutthe ployes may be promoted nine men' a jobs "incompetent -
without examination if they and worthy of any
over Radio Station WMBM. on September 5 (Labor Day) at 8 a.m., 1 p.m. and stripes of sergeants, for have satisfactorily performed ,
lt p.m. which they have fought for

2 THE MIAMI 26 1966 I
TIMES Friday, August __ .-

4 Summer Day Camp Ends r'....,: 1k--j

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At Carver HMCA a fl I !

d W 1 Ai -
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; The Carver Branch dle-class, professional Ne- to those civic-minded per- ,_ ,
YMCA Summer Day Camp groes to join the fight against sons who donated scholar- {
Program "Culture ThroughP1ay" cultural deprivation and ships enabling needyyoung-
came to a dose last help their less fortunate sters to participate in the
Thursday evening with a "brothers... In the skin." Day Camp Program. These
program and presentation of Amope Nze, professional persons included Carver
awards in the Branch audi- dancer from Nigeria, again Branch board members Earl
torium. Emcee Howard Car thrilled the audience with a Carroll, Harry A. Smith,
ter expressed the sentimentsof set of ethnic and creative Walter Beckham, Garth
dances under her direction in Reeves, Samuel Cohen, C
the staff who felt relieved
that the eight weeks of hard this the second,evening presentation Charles Hadley, Kenneth I
work were over,but who also of the Day Camp Williams and Dewey Knight, Z
felt a pang of regret that Program. and citizens Sonny Wright, I _j j
Jhe joy and satisfaction of Awards were presented by Mrs. Juanita Thompson,Alex -
working with the more than the staff to youngsters who Brooks for the Square Circle
150 youngsters and watch- gave outstanding performances Sportsman Club, Mrs.
ing them learn and grow in in the four areas of Dana Chapman, Mrs. ...
poise and stature through cultural activities empha- Blanche Calloway, Mr. and
cultural activities had come sized in the Day Camp Pro Mrs. William Haley, Jay
to an end. gram-by Mr. Leroy Danielsin Baker, King Cole Apts. and '
The highlight of Thurs- arts and crafts, by Miss Armstrong Apts. Closing re- \ r ;e
day evening's program wasa Amope Nze in dance, by marks were given by Mr.
one act play, "Just Who Miss Frances Young in Jeffrey Smith, Chairman of
Are We?" written especiallyfor speech and drama, apd by the House Committee.
the Summer Day Camp Mr. Billy Hall in Judo, fen- Mr. Raymon Thornton
will continue as director of ,
Program by Howard Carter cing and gymnastics. Summer
the Carver Branch after-
Director Mr. Raymon
and driected by Frances
Thornton tokens of recognition school program which will
Young. The theme of the play gave
begin September 17.
for service rendered
was an exhortation to .mid: 4ro

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Pictured above are some of the 'staffers whoseinEerest, d (lard work made.the,

1966 Carver Branch YMCA summer program one of the best yet. ,

Back row (left to right) Billy Hall, fencing, judo and gymnastics instructor;

Howard Carter, staff writer and writer of the play, "Just Who are We?"; Leroy Da

niels, arts and crafts instructor; and Raymon Thornton, summer program director.

Front row (left to right) Francis Young, speech and drama instructor; Mrs. Laura

Wright, secretary-clerk; June Brownlee, assistant dance instructor; and Amope

Nze, dance instructor.Not .
shown: Walter Mitchell, assistant arts and crafts instructor; and Bernart
Thomas, Music instructor.


,- I Hospital 1 Trains Youth Corps Girls |

( -
Christian Hospital, Inc. is son of the South Florida Economic patient to ward.
currently providing training fora Development Council,
NOW! dozen girls in the Neighbor- Inc. is counselor to the girls. 4. Bonnie Jackson serving as
r ---i vious Youth group of Corps.five traineesare A pre- nurse aide taking admitted pa'
This is another service tient to ward.
all employed by hospitalsin
offered by Christian
Dade Hospital,
> Inc. to the Dade County com- 5. Group picture, left to right:
munity. Jacqueline Sutton, Betty Ann
C Air Conditioned Cars Rogers, Vera J. Peeples
for On-the-job training is given 1. Mrs. Florese Robinson Georgia Hill, Mary Mike, Mrs.
Corps members to work as Castell, Bon
\ secretary training. Brooks, R.N. supervisor
file clerks, nurse aides, receptionists nie Jackson Mable L. Wright,

I take and I typists, and 2. Jacqueline Sutton and Elizabeth Hill, and Berne-
to I ward clerks.
you Georgia Hill,ward clerk duties. dette Austin. Not shown on
P Mrs. Alexander Brooks picture, Freddie Mae Brown

it. supervises the job. Miss the Naomi workers L. John-on 3. Mary Mike, serving asnurse's and Betty Jean Williams.
1 aide taking admitted Photo Frank Johnson
return you to yoir, homeJR by ---

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> \ .: ': r. Elder Cohen Appointed ANNUAL PTAWORKSHOP

EJder Jacob Cohen, pastorof SEPT. 10
A.M. Cohen
Temple was
** \
> > recently appointed District
Superintendent of the Miami "Let's Face it" is the
District, at the State' Workers theme of the 1966 PTA workshop -
Meeting by scheduled for Saturday
E. D.
r Johnson of Florida. Sept. 10, from 8:30: a.m. to

I Ir Elder Jacob Cohen is the 3 p.m. at the Richmond,
) son of Mrs. Mamie Cohen and Heights Junior High School
Call I VOTER REGISTRATIONOFFICE" the late Bishop A. M. Cohen. 10515 SW 103rd St. The fee
lie has served as an instructor of $2.00 includes registrationand
; h. -- ,,,n -j-Jin-ii.-n-iii*"] ;,. in the Dade County Public lunch.C. .

eight school years system and for is the presently past di John Capers is Council

: !Phone: 757 -5 165 T: .L ''employed Elementary.at Charles Drew t Curtis president, ,is Mrs.director Elizabeth of the

.. He is a member of the Elder Cohen has shown in- workshop. Servin as consultants -
.;. : -- -- --- board of directors five groups will W
: for the terest in community and edu- to
> DON'T WAIT TILL international Youth Department cational endeavor. He is members of the South pa.
: : LATER :' .. of the consulting "
.. \ Church of God in chairman of the Community School Degregation -
U : Christ, executive secretary to School of Booker T. Center located at the University
t 'AV.QID. THE RUSHM t Bishop Johnson,' chairman of and committee Thirty-three Washington of Miami, Dr. MichaelJ.

: the Public Realtionship Department of the Florida Council of Stolee, director.
:J!! .. and state financial elementary Education. PTp
1 local
secretaryfor the State Youth lie is married and is a devoted Contact your attend.
Deoariment. father of three children. unit and plan to

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday August 26, 1966 3 I

I '?: $ is,4i81 I 1 Bock 4' WagesMiami 'Dt: Ai/omians/ :. <\* -

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jy ..L' <' t'fiit. ; : '.... t,

Fla., Aug. (Spe- lion Is pending in other cases- one and one-half times their 427 were due $106,247 un-
dal)) The Miami office of excess of 40 in a work week. regular rate for hours work der heequal pay provisions.
the Wage and Hour and Pub- He announced that 1,894 ed in excess of 40inaworkweek. Huettner also reported that
lic Contracts Division(WH- workers who were paid at investigators assigned to the
PC), U.S. Department of Labor hourly rates lower than the Henry A. Huettner,WHPC 12 Wage-Hour offices in the
during the 1966 fiscal applicable federal minimumwere regional director, Atlanta, region found 1,471 minors
year made investigationswhich due $265,856; 3,854 said that back pay figures employed in violation of the ((1r -T:
show that workers in employees were due $589- found for the 4-state area in child-labor provisions of the
the area were paid$855,418less 562 because they had not which he administers the act F LSA in non-agricultural ,
than the wages requiredby been paid at least one and reached $13,801,553 for the vestigations. II
the Fair Labor Stand- one-half times their regular 1966 fiscal year. Publications explaining all + 9 a
ards Act (FLSA). rates for hours worked in He reported that. 36,675 phases of the FLSA, Includ- -

Clem J. Denlcke, super- excess of 40 in a work,week, workers in Florida,Georgia, ing minimum wage, over -; ,
visior of the WHPC Divi- Denicke said that workers North Carolina and South time pay, child labor, haz- ': T !\
sions field office in Room who are covered by the Carolina were due $5,890- ardous occupations, and the
1527, Federal Office Building Fair Labor Standards Act 175 in minimum wages;52- Equal Pay Act, are avail
51 S.W. First Ave., Miami anti Its amendments must be 536 were underpaid$7,805- able without cost from the
Florida, announced paid at least $1.25 an hourMkfMiDade 131 for overtime hours; and address listed abve. p a: y ,9 f /
fiscal figures today.
The report covers the year '
ending June 30, 1966, for I ff -
South Dade and four coun- : Only Jr. College. School Lunches '

ties in southwest Florida. I If.tt., (4it
Denicke said the back '1f
wages were found to be due With Complete IBM System Going UpA

employees covered by the federal L_ .. ,
-- -- increase in the
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ad in 454 establishments
checked his staff Installation of a new* Miami-Dade provides two- price of elementary school '.
by members
during the 12-month "third generation" computer year data processing programsin lunches and a ten-cent raisein : 'J:
period. system by Miami-Dade Junior two options-business and secondary school and adult I
He stated that many employers College in the North Campus science'. With employer demand lunches have been recommended : o ,.,. :1' ,
voluntarily paid the back Center gives the by top officials of Dadeschoo ... '; t
college a in both continuingto l ,
areas ,
wages under supervision of claim to another nationwide exceed the supply of lunch program :, ; 'A*" II/ :
the U.S. Department of La- Miss Dorothy Silivalja,
first, M-DJC vice president trained personnel, Koschler
supervisor, and Edward Camp- Lona Lovette Culmer, 12, a seventh grade'spelling
Theodore Koschler
said to- said that employ ment of M-1
bell business
day. DJC's students is virtuallyat said,that without this supervisor increasethe bee champion in Allapattah Junior High
"Miami-Dade is the first- the 100%: mark. School, has received a merit award from the Dairy
Summer and only-junior college in the program would incur a Council of South Florida.
deficit of more than $800,000
nation with a complete IBM NORTH MAMI BEACHThe for the year. The daughter of Mrs. Leome S. Culmer, 1434'
System 360, he said. "To- The School Board was NW 55th ,Ter., is on the principal's honor roll,
Reading ClubHighlights gether with our previously acquired -
Allapattah Honor RoU and Student Council Citi-
women's Day program vote on the new price
equipment,it gives us a
data processing instructional will be held at Oak Grove schedule, under which will zen Honor Roll. She is vice president of Junior
At facility valued at a million Baptist Church, 1401 NE cost 30 cents in the elemen- Honor Society, president elect of the Student
dollars-plus." 152nd Terr. Sunday, Aug. 28, tary schools, 45 cents in secondary Council, is a Cadette Girl Scout and plays piano,
The Computer Lab is, with Mrs. Rhoda Dixon, morning -, schools and 55 cents violin and clarinet. She attends Sunday School at
Edison Library geared to operate an around-* speaker and Mrs. Made- for teachers.adults, including visitorsand St. Agnes Episcopal Church of which her late
the clock basis this year to line Williams, evening speaker. father was rector.
meet heavy instructional and o The public is invited. The two officials said that
The Council has a continuing
Rev. W. Henderson is if the new schedule should be programto
service demands. It will be pastor,
The award for adopted, the should honor meritorious young people in Dade county.
ceremony used for instruction from 7 Mrs. Ruby M. Castelow is program
children reading eight or more ,a.m. to midnight, and to process chairman and Mrs. Mattie M. leave the 1966-67 school year Nominations can be sent to Agnes Edwards, 1001
books during the Miami Pub' college records, statistics Smith is cochairman.The with about $950,000 in cashon NW 7th St., Miami.
lic Library's Summer Reading exams and such during hand, about a three-week
Club was most impressive. the swing shift and on week- Civic Association reserve, which conforms to
William M. Stephens of the will hold their next meeting at
State Department of Education
University of Miami Marine ends.The number of students the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.

Institute was the guest speaker enrolling for data processing Crawford, 1523 NE 152nd St. rules.Because of a reduced
for the gala occasion. The courses this fall is expectedto All members are asked to be supply of federal surplus br OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
present. Mrs. I. Crawford is
program was held in Bayfront go well over the 1,000 commodities, rising food ;
Park Auditorium July 27 at mark, Koschler said. Las president.Mrs. costs and an increase in the

10:30 HJB. year, with.812 students, data Castelow is askingall number of free lunches for '
Thirty-eight boys and processing topped all other girls and boys from 10.19 low-income homes, the lunch HUNG RESULTSFOR
girls who read. at Edison.departments in Miami-Dade's to join the 4-H Club. It is program sustained an opera-
Center Branch Library were Technical and SemiProfessional fun and there is so much ting loss most of last year.
the proud recipients of reading Division. we can leam. Meeting Is
certificates. We congratulate Heavy student demand has held at the Washington Park
these boys and girls made it necessary to schedule Community Center, 1467 NE
who spent part.of their sum- courses up until midnight for 152nd Terr. Mrs. Castelow i.
mer vacation reading books the past two years, Koschler supervisor.
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 26, 1966

i 3 Ic To Be Equali

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q y\ I\ by Whitney M. Young Jr.
H. E. SICISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher By Booker T. Hayes N .

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor instereotypeand
Blackface, the portrayal ofthe Negro (Second of four articles) I
OSCAR W. WEAVER, Clrculotlon-Advertlslng Morwg.rM.mb.r roles in shows, movies and the like,
In the thrid article of this series, on !
of the Notional Newspapers Publishers Association American image of its my trip
of the
once an accepted part to Vietnam, I shall discuss some of the tkllli

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Negro citizen have ceased to be an acceptable prac- and talent which I found among Negro GI'. I I

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS S3 00 FOREIGN $6.00 tice. In accord with his present effort to correct the met. In the final Installment, I will touch on
, him by his white counterpart the
4 stigma placed upon
to old the Negro and
special programs other
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post Negro has termed these practices of the past deplorable, minorities, when they return from Vietnam and
Office at Miami, Florida, under, the act of March 8, 1876 and totally unacceptable. His objections have reached civilian life.
back to
such a feverish pitch in protest we find this problemhas
Office nt o740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421
.. been almost completely eliminated. The moral up- The terrible lack of Negro officers, which I

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" lift given the Negro by no longer being exploited to found to be the case among the United States military

The NEGRO PRESS believes that Amtrlca can best lead such an open and defiant degree can best be seen in forces in Vietnam, was depressing.As .
.the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords his continued effort to improve. I moved about that haunted, war weary land

to every man regardless of race, creed or color his The Negro, his ideals, objectives, and his future touching the South China Sea, visions flashed across
human and logo! rights, Hating no man, fearing no monthi :
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that role in American society is undergoing a distinct and my mind from the now-dimming days of World War II, I

all men ore hurt as long at anyone Is held back. necessary re-evaluation. If the outcome of the action when I myself added my efforts as a GI to the holocaust -
is to be beneficial a concerted effort on the part of all in Europe.

Negroes must be made. The nucleus of this effort must Here we are in Vietnam, I thoughtNegroesagain
be those people whose professions place them in a giving our,all in the cause of our country, and

Reading news from Chicago and other cities where position influence,others. There are many who fall yet still practically non-entities in position of top

one hears so much about "white power vs. black into this category, but I'd like to direct this appeal in command and responsibility.Oh .

power," with Nazis and KKKs urging attacks on the form of constructive criticism to the Negro disc

Negro marchers, we are prone to ask the question: jockeys manning our sepia stations of the area. don't get me wrong. For one cannot actuallygo

Are we really living in civilized America? The medium of radio has undergone numerous a liberal half-mile in Vietnam without seeing a Negro

White youth bombarded Negroes with stones, changes to improve its appeal to the listening public. in command. But they are only non.commissioned

bricks and bottles while Martin Luther King led civil Despite the invention of TV and other modern tech- officers.

rights marchers through rain-swept streets. The marchers niques, the radio has remained a vital and necessary
One tough Negro master
sees a sergeant, or
on their way to South Deering, were attacked by part of American life. It enjoys the distinction of
mobs, shouting "black blood," and "white power." being the greatest source of information for today's lesser sergeant, all spit :n polish and bursting with

The purpose of the march was a part of the cam- society than any other medium. The fact that its appealis pride and espirit de corps, barking orders and letting
the fellows under him know who's in command.
paign to force open housing occupancy for Negroesin focused on the sense of hearing thus enabling us to
looks fine and he's doing a bang-up job. His white
Chicago.Dr. be subconsciously aware of its presence while con-
in number of other tasks is directly officers are the first to tell vou so.
King had been given permission for one sciously engaged any -

march a day with no more than 500 demonstrators on responsible for its longevity. As a result of its
the continued of radio in The Navy, of course, was the last of the services
the streets in the city, but marchers could go into adaptability success our
is assured. to break down its color bar against Negro offi
suburbs where police lack the force and riot know- society
how of Chicago officers. With these foregoing statements being fact rather cers. On a 3,000-man crew aircraft carrier, on which

It's regrettable that we have so much talk about than fiction. I feel it is time for the Negro disc joc- we stayed overnight, there was one lieutenant junior

i "black power." The very words are distasteful to the keys of our area to use their acquired knowledge, grade, the ranking Negro officer. There are some 240

writer and perhaps to many others. What we need is education and positions to help disassociate the officers on the carrier.It .
Negro from past roles in American society. Ninetyper
voting power; and if we could substitute "voting for
the word 'black," there could be no misinterpretationof cent of their listening audience consist of the was qui te a contrast to see, early the next

the term. teenager and the young adult. Their influence on these morning, several hundred enlisted men rushing around,
people is unquestionable and this themin
We are proud to be Negroes contending, as many young places working feverishly readying jets and other aircraft for
a unqiue position. It is my opinion they can offer
of us have been doing for years, for our rights as takeoff.
more effective leadership. Leadership more in accord
guaranteed us as American citizens under the Con-
stitution of the United States. with the present effort to eliminate the stigma ignorance, There were whites and Negroes and other mi.
Today,,,we .enjoy..many of those rights, and certainly time and history has cultivated. norites working, doing the jobs they had to do. It wasa

we appreciate them. However, there are others Suggestions as to where improvement can be beautiful picture of racial harmony, teamwork i in

due us and we are now striving to secure them; but made according to my personal observations wouldbe action. The previous evening we had dined with the

let's continue to do so in the same manner. Not by listed as follows: ship's officers and the only brown faces present were

riots, not by shouting black power, but by using the 1. Method of advertising Chitterlings, hog ours, the hordes of Filipino waiters and one Negro

ballot, by supporting the NAACP, the Urban League, jawls and collard greens are not characteristic of theNegro's who appeared to have charge of the water glasses.
daily diet, yet these items are givenpreferential -
NCCJ, Community Relations Board and such other or-
ganizations as may exist. treatment creating the impressing they are representative Lest I mislead in my Thoughts, when I speak of
of the
Negro as a
James Meredith says, "if the law does not punish group. the lack of Negro officers in Vietnam, I am not suggesting
2. Disc-jockey participation in recorded renditionsA
persons known to have killed Negroes, the latter must that the U. S. should pack over as fast as
-- record is a completed work created the
by artist
do it themselves." possible officers of the world
and the sound technicians of a particular Negro from other parts
Stokely Carmichael, leader of the Student Non- recording But I do feel that there should be much up-grading of
company. It is their opinion it will be accepted by the
Violent Coordinating Committee said, he agreed with those who are there and the creation of others, some
public. Disc-jockey participation in these recorded
Meredith: "If the police and the federal government sounds create distortions 'which in most instancesare of the non-coms, who are already there and who have

won't protect us, we must protect ourselves.We distasteful to the listener. proven themselves on the field of battle.A .

have much respect for these two leaders; yet 3. Presentation of the news Many people by
we cannot all out with them in this view. We with the
go are nature of their schedules are unable to brief them- most distubring element of the talk
c not certain a "Vigilante Action" group is the answerto selves on the news. These people keep abreast 0 f with the white commanding officers, wherever we

the question. It may start something regrettable.We the news by their radios. As a useful servicetothem, travelled, was their apparent concerted effort to try to

rather like the non-violence idea. it should be correct, precise and informative. impress upon us that they had no idea how many Negroes -

However, we must insist on adequate protectionfrom 4. Time One word would be sufficient. Accu- they had in their outfits. Some of the regimental

our government, and punishment according to the rate. officers even had no idea, they said, of how many Negro

extent of the law for any Negro or person maimed or 5. The Disc jockey Realizing that individualsare officers they had on their staffs.

killed in a civil rights demonstration. individuals and that each must strive for individuality -
Laxity on the part of the law encourages crime. I can offer no soluble solution to the problemof Another point of concern which I noted was thata

We are fortunate in Miami as far as race relationsare personal behavior. But, I do feel the Negro disc number of lower grade Negro Gl's complained that

concerned. And we predict they will not only jockey owe an allegiance to the Negro people of they had trouble getting promotions. They said they

continue, but will become even better. which they are representative. His personal presen- could not contribute it to discrimination, however,

As Burke said: tation should be weighed as to its effect on the group they also did not know what else to attribute it to.

"Times and occasions and provocations will as a whole. The time has come for them to present a Finally, a big point of concern I found was that

teach their own lessons. But with or without right, a more acceptable image, an image that will demand the officers also have little knowledge of what the

revolution will be the very last resource of the thinking greater conformity by their listeners. Negro Gl's and their other troops do on their off-duty

and the good." time.

We visited bars, for example, to check reports
.. DR. HALL ADDRESSES TEACHERS them. that there is bias at some of them. We found that a
An increase in the salary of the police is in order, number of them free
across the River were
Saigon ,
Superintendent Joe Hall addressed 800 new Dade
but we don't believe that's the remedy. We believethe quented
County teachers in the auditorium of the Coral Park law needs to be more stringent.A solely by Negroes and others solely by whites.
From all facto
Senior High School on Tuesday. indications, this was due to de
culprit convicted and sentenced to 10 20 segregation
or ,
by choice.
Panel discussions and talks on personnel, credit
years imprisonment should serve the full time Many of the told us
union and professional matters made up the agenda. Negroes in one of the clubs
one quarter or one half the time. that when ,
This meeting began the usual week of orientation. "I'm off duty, I like to be with my friends.And
If that was the case, in our humble opinion, so I come where I can find them."

140 HEW CITIZENS crime would be reduced instead of being on the in Even at that rate, the commanding officers, it

Another Citizenship Day has passed. This one crease and those punished would in all probability, seems to me, should encourage their men to break it

added 140 to our citizens roll. The ceremony was con- endeavor to lead a better life. up, because it isn't healthy.

ducted by United States District Judge William 0. In a land where the Negro or white guy in the

Merhtens. trench next to you may be the one to save your life
CRIME ON THE INCREASE FALLING ROOF KILLS I, INJURES 52 grom the enemy, in the next moment the signs of separation

Report of Miami Crime Commissioner James 0. On Monday night, in Plainview, Texas, a thun- one spots every now and th'en, between these
dering explosion smashed the roof of the Church of men is deplorable and '
McCown shows that crime is the increase. depressing.
on Rape God in Christ, the Rev. E. N. Givens, pastor. The the tripI
56.8 per cent, murder 30 per cent, robbery 12.5 per Falling debris killed one woman and things which disturbed me about

cent, negligible homicide 125 per cent. others. There were 200 worshipers in the injured church 53 things relayed to President Johnson, along with Presidentindicated the good
y at when I
That is really regrettable, and there certainly the time of the explosion.It returned from my trip. The
must be some reason for the increase in crime. There is said that natural gas apparently that he would immediately order an
was to gaion of conditionsexisting
rVjuld be such severe punishment for heinous crimes blame. It was thought'that a leak set off officer situation and other
by an elec- in Vietnam that teamwork of Negroes
t tat few, if any sane person, would attempt to commit tric organ caused the explosion. and whites mar the
fighting in that tragic land.

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r.t'... ) '" ..... The Opa-looka area office
i" ;'..; .. ... ,...., the Economic Opportunity
Mr. Martin Roberta ia vacationing at Jackaonville ..LL' Program, Inc. of Dade County ,
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with relative and ;" located at 2331 AH Baba Ave. _
.'.,.. announce a mill cttlaena ? 1
< meeting to be held on Monday -
those enjoying the RtnkeyDlnka tour of night, Aug. 29 at I p.m.
Europe were Florie R. Woodward, Marie Roux, Fla.I .- :Jt.vrtflr oJ>, The purpose of this meeting )
ate Uawklna, Portia Banniater, Bettye Tlmmona,,, ia to introduce to the :
Shirley Moore, Mary Golden, Alma Finley and Lydli people of this area the War
Richardson on Poverty of the Economic
Opportunity, Program, Ino
j' Here from Tallahaeaee ia Mary M, Wilson who ia ft/Sat.celebrate Alfonier his 24th Powell birthday will, This la a very Important ____
and alt
the houaegueat of her sister and brother4n lsw Rev. meeting concern
Friday, August 26. Mrs
reald of the
nti areas mentioned _
Mra James Walden Powell sends birthday greet- above.Nathaniel. !
ins to her husband who la Perkins ia center t tr tx
Aldln Everette and daughter, Debbie An dell, tra- stationed In Vietnam director.
velled to Nashville to witness the graduation of their
wife and mother, Ruth, from Tennessee State.

sau. Join the NAACP

\ Clarice and James Gaston, the children of Rose
and Michael Gaston, returned to the city after vacationing

r in the northeaat They were houaegueata of graders, Aak the principal in the school your child
;; their slater Barbara Duncan and other relative, attends about this service,

.:\ Mr and Mra Albeit Humea, of 1919 NW 66th Street The Urban League Guild ia having a dance for ?
r had aa their houaegueata their daughter-in-law, Vivi your Labor Day pleasure on Sunday, Sept. 4 in the
an, and two grandsons, David and Jeffrey of Naaaau Starlight Room of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel fro m -- -- -
The visitors spent two weeks in the city before returning 9 p.m to 2 am. For further Information call the Urban ANNOUNCED
\ home.
;, League Office 377-3681. Mr and Mi.. Samuel i Grif- duate of Miami Northwestern

," The Bertram (Marian) Deana and children, Pamela. Alice Dean Harrison ia back at her desk after fin of 7501 NW 14th Ct. and ii now in basic training
I Harcourt and Alexander, vacationed at the Prince enjoying the sun and surf of the beautiful isle of proudly announce the engage the U. S. Arm She Ii a
mentor their 1966 of Miami
daughter, Sammy graduate
George Hotel in Naaaau
Naaaau Katura to Pvt. Tlmmie Lee '
Roblnaon of 1811 NW 47th Northwestern. An October
', Dr and Mrs Jamea (Idella) Hogan chose motoringas Carmeta Brown and Ion Paul have returned from St., eon of Rev. and the late wedding 'Ia planned. They
their mode of travel and report a delightful trip to Washington, D. C. where they were houaegueata of her Mn. Roblnaon of Penaacola, both plan to further their edu-
Canrfda, the midwest and the northeaat sister, Eugene Fla. Mr. Robinson la I a_ gra_ cation. _

Wedding bells rang on August 12th for Lila Kear- Among those traveling crow-country to the AKA
son end Benjamin Jones Congretulatlonal' Boule' in Loa Angeles were Mra. Samuel Stewart and
daughter Roae-Marie, Mrs George (Cookie) Williams,
; Deacon and Mra.Alfred(Clara) Deanhave returned Mill, Ethel Grlce and Mr and Mra. Dan Francis and
'I from a vacation in the Bahamaa. daughter, Danny Sue. Miss Grlce haa gone on to
Hawaii aa a member of the post Boule' tour.
James and Jessie Shannon motored to Now Orleans, ABs,T aalpae + j't:

II Louisiana to attend the funeral of his grandmother Tract Harrison entertained friends on Sunday af- C'1

Jean Morley and aona, Mickey, Waymon and rents.
Qenelle vacationed in Washington, D. C, and New
York City with relatives and friends, Sympathy to the Rigby family on the death of their
father and brother.
Mr and Mra Leroy Cherry, and *'
I niece Beverly Fair of Lake Helen. Florida took the Iris Walker spent a few days of rest and relaxationin
cruise to Naaaau via the SS Florida On their return
from Naaaau they visited with their relatives, Mill Naaaau at the British Colons Hotel FOR BETTER PICTURES ,, SEE

Mary V. Davis, Mr. and Mra. Leroy Brown and Elizabeth Blanche Dean and granddaughter Adria Harrison
I and Gertna Williams are home from New York, Blanche vacationed
Philadelphia and New York City while Adrla attended JOHNSON
f Vtalting Jamaica for the British CommonwealthGames camp in Pine Bush, New York.
were Mill Mary V, Civil, Captain Audley
; Russell, Mr. Lorenio Smith, and Mr. J, M. Pindar The Aurora Groves ia hostess to Mra Minnie Swann OF MIAMI
I group report that the opening ceremonies of the games and Mrs, Clarence Walker '(K. L. Sowell ana.Ion
f was moat impreaaive Kenneth Mra Swann and Mra. return to
Tampa and St. Petersburg this week, but Ken will remain A
Miss Rail Cohen and her niece and grandnephew in Miami to attend Miami-Dade Junior College M SCHOOL 'ID' PICTURES
tl Mra Laura Emmona and Rayford Emmona Jr., vilitedrllaUvlI
Bunch and Leroy Brown and Elisabeth and James R. Chambers Jr. Jamie of 9altlmoreMaryl.nd 31 3 FOR 50* ii
Qertna Williams ia spending two weeka enjoying Mlaml'a
summer fun.
'Mattie D, Simpson had aa her house guests hero -
sister Mrs, Cons fillips, her nephew and his wife Mr. and Mra. John D. Souter (Evelyn) and ,Ion '
Joseph and Virginia Blllupa all of Fitzgerald, Qa Carlton left for MadiaonFlaover the weekend to pick 1186 NW 38th St. I
and her niece LaVeme Blllupa of Chicago T' was up Larry, Anna and Bernard. Returning with the Sou- |
a Jolly family reunion tens were Mra. Lena Lattimer and Little Tommie Lee
Mra Lattimer will spend a few days of much neededrest 635-4748
Mr and Mra Comeliua Hanfield are the proud She will also be the guest of Mra. Carolyn E.
parents of little baby boy Francis and Mra Deloria Chavia }

Edna DeVeaux haa returned home after apendln g Henry T. Price, president of local number 74 and
five days at Freeport, Grand, Bahamas,, Fred Martin era attending the 20th Biennial National
Convention at the National Federation Post Office
Paul and Oracle Whche and Ion Spaulding have Motor Vehicle in St. Paul Minneapolis, Minn.
returned home from a pleaaant vacation in Scataway,
New Jersey, Houseguest of the Henry T.Price'. (Alva) are her
sister Jacqueline Porter and friend Delorea J. Hall
Mra Genevieve Lockhart haa returned from Atlanta of Baltimore, Md.
where she attended the funeral of the late

Larry Wright Mra Maude P. Newbold (grandmother), Shirley
Newbold Cannon and Ion Dwayne have just arrived
Paul and Grade Wy h. and Ian Spaulding have
from a delightful and thrilling vacation in Naaaau.
. Miss Gertrude Wllllama and Dedra Bush of Inkater, Little Pig
Michigan, cousins of Rev and Mra Fred J. Hicks are Recently Mra. Blanck Graves had the opportunityof
at their Brownavllle home. having her niece, Charlotte Bailey and her com-
panion Ruth Stoudemier both of Detroit aa viaitora. House of Ribs
Little Debbie Cherry, daughter of Mr and Mra Ed This was quite a rewarding reunion for Mill Graves.Sir .
Cherry, entertained friends at her Opa-locka home in
honor of her sixth birthday, Ettienne Dupuchecitor of the Nassau Tribunal
who has been ill la convalescing at Doctor'a hospital,
Rev and Mta Aaron D. Hall apart a week'a vacation 500 University Drive, Coral Gables Lady Dupuch la
visiting Kingston, Jamaica and Montego Bay. at his bedside yi; r.rr i

Attention Parental, Dr. E, L, Matta Jr., director of Y Mra Alice Bullard haa returned home after an
maternal, child and school health programs for the enjoyable visit in Naaaau, Bahamaa.
la reminding parents>>
Dade County Health Department and children and
a doctor'i Kay McGhow Ferguson James
must present
of first graders their that child they ia free of communicable Katrine have returned nome from a two month vacation Civic, social, religious and fraternal organization
certificate before that he can be registered for cl...... in Ft. Leonard Wood Mo where hubby Rudy iaatatloned art Invited to use our spacious
diaeaaea Other children who h.ven't had thorough physical ., They motored, seeing interesting sights inaix meeting room, fret of charge. Come out and
all states
lilt three years should by
examinations in the look around. \
means have one before they return to school Parents older J.ocal AKA'a promise to delight the audience
for "
who cannot afford a private physician the schools when the with fabulous dealgna in living color when it presents
child county may sends have teams him around examined to examine first and seventh' Ebony Fashion Fair, Sunday, Oct. 23.

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LEIGNISIIIIIIIIlIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11IIIII The Tops of Miami sponsored for scholastic average in :i

by the National Sororityof English. Fisher accepted to Bethintba E. Dean
Phi Delta Kappa, Alpha H adstartprol1'am
participate in the
By Gwendolyn Lavcrne Ross Delta chapter, look forwardto of at Miami Dade Jun-
another successful year OOOOOOOOOCOvu
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ior College.
SOCIAL NOTES activities.One .
purpose of the Tops Lewanzer Lassiter, a $3- It is very important that you start off
end Shedrick marriedin to school
were scholarship
Club is to prepare the members 000 a year rectly. Students should start school
an afternoon ceremony on August 14, by the Rev. for scholarships to different Rollins College in Winter Those who are fully prepared will probably ready enjo"'O J

R. H. Johnson of Martin Memorial AME Church. colleges. Another is to Perk, FU. ing to school more and will probably be the ; '
The bride, the daughter of the John Slattons help them with examinationsthat May 28 the elction and One that we on
graduate. way may start school J
(Izola) of 15125 Monroe Street, is a recent graduate of objective are being is development given. A third of evaluation meeting of Mrs.was Lemmie held rectly is by setting up rules to govern ourselvesand off

Mays High School. desirable personalities.' at the home be determined to keep these rules. Once
The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Handy Mitchell.For will we nt
tice them continuously they become
of ul
Four important events aid and guidance a part of
Woodard (Evelyn) of 11615 Pinkston Drive. Followinghis the past year: Tops specific extends appreciation One<<; of the biggest problems in our schools tod!
1965 graduation from Mays High School, he joinedthe Area Conference, Wednes- to the following sorors is the increasing number of students dropping outf

Army and will resume his duties shortly. day, Dec. 29, Tampa. Ruth Blacknell, Elouise school. One reason why students seem to drop
Dressed in Dianne Charm Clinic, Saturday, Bullard, Ge- is because find that
pastell,floorlength gowns were Brown, Myrtle school they they are unable L
Moon, Georgia Mae Slatton and Barbara Taylor, atten- March 12, 3 p.m. in the neva Collie, Ion Dukes, keep up with the work. Many of these students !
dants to the bride. Marie Stewart, dressed in snowy Roosevelt. Bank CommunityRoom. Ellen Primus,Daphne Roberts, school with the wrong attitude toward school. \t fj

white was the maid of honor. Mother's Day ObservanceTea Constance Sandilands, Ida Mary M. they are constantly absent from classes and later thJ

Seating the 40 or more guests were Charles Sla- May 8, 3-5 p.m., home of Sidney, Hazel Thomas Simmons and Mildred, stop coming completely. The things that we practi
tton and Larry Harper.A Mrs. Mary Louise Thomas. Louise or force ourselves to believe will no doubt become!

gay reception followed at the home of the Year End Party, May 13, Clarke. part of us.Here .
bride's Bonded Rental A Officers for 1966-67 are:
parents. gene are suggestions to help in making scho
At the Florida ConferenceDec. Shirley Parker, president; more fun and more beneficial. School is an institute
The three Collins' (Harry, Kay and daughter Edna) 29 Tops and 20 sorors Jacqueline Branch, vice; for giving an education, however, we may also ha
labeled their eight day motor trip to Washington, D. C. emphasized our purpose: To Gloria Manson, recording se- fun while receiving our education. 1
and New York State an exciting one. The Collins', inspire high educational, retary Evelyn Fisher, treasurer -
who reside at 14741 Filmore Street, visited Elmhurst, moral and social standards.In ; Mary F. Alexander, 1. You are in school to get an education. Therefor]
attendance from Greater sergeant-at-arms Frances it is very important that you go to all classes i
Jamaica, Harlem Brooklyn, and New York City, New Miami were Ann Ashley and ,Reed, dean of preparaton)r time and every day. V7hen you are absent or laj
York. While in New York City, they toured Radio City
Sharon Ashley, Joann Fisher, members; Catherine Bethel, you are missing some of your education.
Music Hall, Times Square, Lincoln Center, and the
United Nations Building. Frances Reed and Rosa reporter. 2. Be sure that you prepare clothing overnight f fJ

co Roberts accompanied by URBAH LEAGUE TO the next day. Also, be sure that you are wel

Mrs. Moses Pool (Willa Mae), Mrs. Robert MayCoxand Barrett Junior Counselor and Soror Lemmie Barbara PRESENT. PRE-LABOR groomed before leaving for school. You will feq

Mrs. Eugene Smith (Josephine) are now even W. Mitchell.On DAY DANCEThe secure and fresh while.in class.

closer to earning their masters degrees, now that they March 12 our guest Greater Miami Urban 3. Sufficient night rest is important. Be sure you |g
have completed an eight-week study of elementary speaker, Blanche Calloway, League Guild members are to bed early enough so that you get the prop
education techniques at the University of Illinois in talked and demonstrated to presenting for your entertainment amount of rest,and so that you will not get sleep!
Champagne Illinois.A the girls good posture and a Pre-Labor Day in class. I
effective speaking. dance Sunday evening, Sept. 4. Be sure that ,you have a good supply of school

special thank you to the attending doctors and On May 8 Tops held their 4 the in Biscayne the Star Terrace Light Room Hotel.of supplies. Such things as paper and pencils are!
annual Mother's Day Observance -
nurses who speeded Miss Marietta C. Cooper of SororThomas'home. You will be dancing to the necessities. Don't waste your time and your class!
Tea at
11525 S.W. 142nd Street to a fine recovery, during A nice, large attendance music of Billy Rolle and his mates' time borrowing.
orchestra from 9 p.m. until?? 5. If you are encountering problems seek help. Yow
her illness at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Also or- of members and parents Tickets be purchasedfrom
chids to those friends and neighbors who sent cards were present. Everyone Gui Id may members, also teacher counselor or some other member of the!
and flowers to Miss Cooper enjoyed themselves. Mistressof from Melody Music Shop, 3574 administrative staff will be glad to help you with!
ceremonies was Jacqueline Grand Ave., Atlanta Life your problem. 'I
Any adult or teenager wishing to march in the Branch. Our speaker was Insurance Co.booked 221 NW 9th 6. Prepare home assignments to the best of your|
neighborhood Leukemi Fund Drive, to be held on Mary Lou Nixon, basileus. Nze S t. We and have her dance:troupe Amopc,I ability. Neatness and accuracy are vital.
September 11, may volunteer by calling Mrs. Queenat Clarinet solo was renderedby also a chorus line from Follies 7. Don't start off the day talking. It is necessary!
CE 53224.. Joann Fisher and remarks Bergere that is scheduledto that we converse some time during school,but not!
were given by Sharon Ashley, fly in from Paris just for !
Parents and during class. When classes are in session, then
president. sorors
Mrs. James Crawford (Alma) and sister Mrs. Edna were honored by the Tops. this 'special it! occasion. Don'tmiss it is time to listen unless we are directed by the|

Williams motored to Orlando, Fla. last weekend, where May 12 Tops sponsored instructor to do otherwise.
they were hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ware (Clara). their tKird annual Starlight 1 8. Studying is most important. The more we study I
entitled Moon glow held Ballat the more prepared we will be for lessons. Then I
INSIDE OUR CHURCHESDo Bonded Rental Agency. you have spare time, it will not hurt to use it I

you have a singing talent? Do you enjoy re- These seniors were honored: wisely by reading a chapter or doing an assign
Ann Ashley, Sharon Ashley, I Ismillnq
ligious music? If your answer is yes to either of these Clementine Alexander, Savannah meat in advance.Dugies .

the "Community Choir"", is now being formed by Mrs. Hawkins, Gloria Johnson,

Vemice Ross (coordinator of "Songs of Glory") 0 f Joan Ferguson, Joann Fisher, = Guest House:
14901 Monroe Street, may be just the solution for your Ginger Givens, Rosa Roberts,
needs. The choir, which will appear on radio, television and Gloria Parker.
and in churches, practices every Wednesday Six senior Tops took the I Tho Sous of unusual room
night at Mrs. Ross' home. At present, the choir has National Phi Delta Kappa 1 "((..p us In mind"A

30-40 voices and it hopes to expand to 100. Membership Scholarship Examination on botttr ploet, w. challenge you to find
is open to any youth in the South Dade area. March 26 at Miami Northwest- Suing |Is believing
Accompanists will be Mr. Willie Golatt Jr. and Mrs. em Senior High School. EddieLe Th. accommodations you r.csivs
Bethel of for the Tops who won scholarshipsand You find brethor
Jewel Liberty City. Chaperones man, popular local hust- only In this
.." group are Mrs. Dorothy Hepburn and Mrs. Elvira Bur- planned on going to college nessman. i Is the new own OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
ney, both of Richmond Heights. : er of the Dive-Inn Bar
Ann Ashley, 1.500 to 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 2941 N.W. 41TH STREET 634-3851
Lincoln University, Pa. fiOl-9431 He invite all
his old friends to come JAMAICA DUGIE
Sharon Ashley, $1.500 a and meet new friends Alw.1s a 'rl.nd -
year to Lincoln University. Everyone welcome I indf
Ginger Givens, $1,100 a
year to Howard University.Rosa .

Roberts and Joan

Ferguson College. Bethune-Cookman FINAL REDUCTION

Sharon Ashley, the Roby
C. George scholarship award

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday August 26, 1966 7 ,

Phil OssoferIn ca to use the Scout program Ii
for the boys in their neigh- I

this age of great ma- FOR BOYS TO borhoods.units Information is available about !
terial progress, I see, with BE SCOUTSAre Scout 'I
from the Scout Service Cen-
dismay, brother turned against ter, 4021 NW 7th Street,Miami
brother in hate. It boys on the sidelines for Youth program which has
seems Fla. Phone 6336363'or
presented the all :
challenge to
when Scouts in their neighborhood -
strange that while we are becoming -
Scout leaders Broward 523-3280.
to far
are exploring new serve a
material giants, we
greater percentage of an escalating -
fi il -itiking
remain spiritual pygmies. an historic
boy population witha
Christ came that we trail, camping at a rugged "
(and I'm sure He meant ALL campsite, or' learning a new quality program. Creel Join the

humanity) might have life skill? said."The
left-out boys in
t! BY DAVE BONDU r! more abundantly. (John 10:11)It : The fall roundup of the Boy every neighborhood should {7
is of America with its
impossible for this to be Scouts have'
a chance at
unless the "haves" show theme "Follow the Rugged and our 600 Scout units Scouting are,
compassion for and give Road-Be a scout" will makeit ready to welcome them i
It all started with a letter to the City Commission succor to the "have-nots," possible for hundreds of one of them to the to
stating an opinion, written by Mayme and Margaret This, I believe is one of boys in Broward, Dade, and to boyhood.Cub great a
Brown. Next thing they know is that Mayme, Margaret God's tests for us, to see if Monroe Counties to be Cub Scouts are 89100yearold DISEASESA
l and I were invited to the Alan Courtney Show on .WIN Z. we really believe Christ's Scouts, Boy Scouts, and boys who meet week
explorers, according to Joe
Margaret and the other invited guests did not make it message. Creel Council Commissioner. ly in a small group with a Den new approach to trtot
We seem unaware that Ood ,
Next, Mayme, Margaret, Mrs. Range and I were invitedto created us all as one family.In "The fall roundup is one pack Mother and once a month at a agent and medication f,
meeting with
Press Conference on Channel 10 on Saturday night.At reality, the family of man of the most important partsof parents. Boy Scouts must be baud on tptciallztd
the last minute we were able to get Mrs. Range, is like the human body. We our national Breakthrough at least 11 years of age. blood and laboratory
and had that she know that if one part of the tes.ZAlso general
Margaret already expressed regrets Explorers are at least 14 and prtc
could not make it. The others who were invited "chick- healthy'parts body is ill or will infected eventually, the in theninth grade.Organizations. tic,. :\

ened out" for one reason or another. As we have be affected unless that partis churches such as,
stated several timesMayme and I do not speak forthe treated and cured. One can- SOUTH service and synagogues, DR. H. HAAG
clubs, and other '
Negro people of Dade County. No one or two personscan not function normally if the PL 7-7234
head aches, if an arm is munity groups are charteredby
do that. We like our beautiful progressive city, broken or if the stomach is DADE NEWSUshers' the Boy Scouts of Ameri-
and try to be good citizens. We speak for the peopl upset. A

to whom wehave talked. Mrs. Range is representative Humanity is gravely ill because I

of the city and is in a better position to speak for her mankind part festers of the with body various of Board of Sweet Any building I design will have ,

people. illnesses, the greatest of Field Baptist Church cele- beauty and function, but always t
which seems to be racial brated its anniversary Sunday '
There is much talk of Rev. Martin Luther King prejudice. This is a sickness afternoon. The sermon was with the human touch. .
which should not be, for preached by Rev. West on the
coming to Miami to start a march or demonstration.Ihope that's a must.'?
"The Hope of the
Ood's Physician, the Christ, subject,
he does come here and go on the Beach, get a continually brings us the remedy -World.. His 'message was a

room, go swimming, do a little fishing, arjd spend some : love for one's kind. treat. The junior choir' sang e The gin I buy is London Dry.
of his money, have a much needed rest, then go backto humankind. We avow our for the occasion. Mrs. Cleo 'I
his battlefield somewhere else. We sure do note' love for God, but often be- White is president of the Gordon It's always brisk,
little our brothers of another is
board and P. J. Curry
need him here. If anyone is thinking of asking our color. How can we say we pastor. Rev. dry and smooth. .To me, IGordon's
young men and women to go out into the streets and love Ood, whom we have "
demonstrate, he is making a mistake. For if anythin never seen, when we do not Sunday was observed as is a must.

goes wrong, it might be your child or you who gets love our brother whom we Men's Day at Mt. Sinai Bap- ,
have V FonJ AIA Arch recl and Cninrmm ol the BowdtV
killed or wounded for life. No matter how peaceful a seen? tist Church, Rev. E. J. Murray *<(Sidt Chamber ol Com_.ol/Nsw Vcv ArchneclwnConsulranf on Linn Americas
demonstration starts to be, there is always some hot- last Material unless progress spiritual cannot progress is pastor. The Rev. E. J. ")>:"""1--1:

head on the other side who wants a little fight. This goes with it. Great Sheppard was the speaker at
the service. The men
could turn into a wholesale fight. After the march is civilizations of the past have reported night$747.23.Mt. .

over, we still have to go to the conference table to died because the Great

make sure of the'demandsWhy not go to the con Physician's prescription for ., Sinai's Sunday School
living went unheeded. This
t ference table in the beginning, instead of marchingIt sponsoring/ a picnic at
need in this
not happen age; the
Virginia Beach for
has worked in Dade County, and can work again. if we heed Him now, treating children. Mrs. Thelma Graves

Noboby speaks for me until my mouth is sewed up or all with love, and sacrificing and Deacon Henry Smith will

.l my tongue is cut out. The only person who can speakfor being self-interest of the for entire the body well-of accompany the kids on the

me is the Negro that is elected to serve in public mankind. Then we will not bus. t : .
!Y office, and y'U killed that in the last election when we only continue to grow in stature -
'Jt had a chance to elect a Negro and send him to Tallen materially but will become Mrs. Malissia Harris,

hassee. In spite of all that, remember if you have thee spiritual giants as well.LIBCITY. Worthy Sharon Counselor Court No.of 23 Rose, with of

money, you can go any place you like in Miami. If you P. W. Counselor Mrs. Virginia 0 ki
have the money, you can buy a home in any section of Burrow, P. W. Counselor Mrs. *

v town you desire; if you are qualified, you can get any A. L. McKinnon, and Mrs. L.
1 type of job you want. Stop and think of the advantages T. Horlon, Worthy Escort, met
t we have here in Miami that people in other cities are with Margarett Court at St.
Church in Coconut
trying to get. The only place I'm going to march is Grove.Paul AME

behind that little white ball on the golf course. I After the business session 1 UORDOnY
DRIVE-IN THEATRE at which each one expressedher
I opinion.lunch was served.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Queen Marshall ItOW PLAYINGJackLemmofi The group was happy to
f have present Mrs. Mamie O.

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Lonzell Bellt Strong, Grand Worthy Counse--
'lor of the State of Fla., and
the fellowship with the Ca-
r- GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Margaret BrownS Tony CurtisMatalieWood lenthes was enjoyed by all.

Among those present were
f : Mrs. Bernice Edwards, Grand
LONG QUICK NOTE DPEARTMENT Yours Escort from Ft. Lauderdale;

Truly on vacation and shall return to the grindstoneSept. BLAKE EDWARDS' Mrs. Maggie Cash, Grand Gordon''i Gin,crested
Ernest Worthy Inspectrix of Coconut.1 I t\ London England in 1769..r ra
13th. Par & Birdie President, Hayes, "The Great ,
ll's the seller
Grove, and Mrs. Mallissia Har- biggest in CngltrtdAmerica
took off for Chicago to attend the UGA Tournament of end the world '
America's "Voice of tomorrow," Jeff'Addams, opensat Race" ris perrine., Grand Worthy Orator PRODUCT Dr U.S.A.lots NuiR[ SPRITS DIlIlltD fROM CHAIN 90 PROOf CORDDN'S DRY CIN CD,.uo,IINKN: ,N,1 i.

the Thunderbird on Sept. 2, for two weeks, and at

the same time will appear nitely at "My Place" on

Biscayne Blvd Movie star and recording artist,

Herb Jefferies is looking over our town, said it's so WELCOME TO THE. .

beautiful and race relations are so great that he boughta

home for his beautiful wife, Tempest and baby girl, PARISIAN ROOM fl'

Patti Poo Long time friends, Bill Bayer of Channel -
10 has gained a few pounds since the old Channel f

17 days and looks good Dave Akins Trio added At the Fabulous 1"

another engagement to their route and another two
Deck Bar
weeks (In Baltimore) George Kilpatrick, popular Double

civic and community leader from the Brownsville area ? l
is doing everything possible to make sure our city
remains peaceful Oliver sez I never put his name 728 NW 79th St. 759-9507 "

in the paper. 0. K. Oliver, your name is in the paper.-
This Saturday nite, August 27, at the Island Club, ,
Clyde Killens will present his most successful nightin

Nassau.Next year he's gonna hold it at the Stadium.See ., NO DOOR *NO COVER

Y'all next week, and let's live life, every

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 26, 1966 I

' Insurance Company frauds Cost
{i' p r 1
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Auto Drivers Millions )

,: Thousands of accident Murder Jnc.,which operates panics and to bar dubiousones. nwtLrZ
victims and automobile drivers from coast to coast. Head New York has had sucha
many of them young began the hunt last year in law since 1909. :
service men, have lost mil- Minneapolis.In How canyou defend your-
lions in the failures of high three months, he helped self against such fraud? The
rish insurance companies in obtain mall-fraud Indict- _
surest way, advises Velie, la 5
recent years. A Senate com- ments against Phillip Kitzer, to buy insurance from a re- a.l s, M I
mittee has estimated that Sr., and two sons, whose latest putable broker. If you're insured 9 *',w _i I
some 60 insolventcompanies company was taking in by a reputable com-
presently owe about $300 some $5,896,000 in pre- pany, how can you protect I
million tomorethan200,000accident miums yearly,and 14 others, yourself against the driver -1' :

victims. including Minnesota's state insured by a. fringe com __________
I, In many cases,writes Lester insurance department commissioner pany? With your regular
Veil in a September Cyrus E. Mag-, auto insurance, you canbuy
Reader's Digest article,"Rid- nusson. In all, Head has sent additional protection at nominal iI J.w
die of the Vanishing Insur- one insurance-company killer cost from $1 to $8 -i
ance Companies," the com- to jail, forced three to flee -against the uninsured driver. _
panies failed because they abroad, and won indictmentsthat ,
were taken over by crooks charge 30 others with
who replaced good assets mail fraud.
with worthless securities.A Illinois, California and
most unusual 38yearold Missouri have recently empowered .
postal inspector named their insurancecom- SPECIAL
Goerge Head,says Velie,has missioners to check thechar- ANNOUNCEMENTThe
exposed a loosely Interconnected ader of new owners or organizers
: insurance-company of insurance com- National Council of
Negro Women is calling all ,\
presidents of national groups Miami-Dade Junior College Vice President and EOPI board member James F. Y

and federated club women to Groark (right) meets with the nation's Poverty War chief, Sargent Shriver, (center) .
meet Friday, Sept. 2 at 6:30at
What Is The the New Covenant Pres- to discuss the local Economic Opportunity program. Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, left,
I byterian Church, 1221 NW and the Rev. Theodore Gibson, also an EOPI board member, joined the conference
43rd St. The meeting is very which was called to brief Shriver on Dade's poverty campaign. Vice President

Teenagers March? important. Please have at Groark, formerly Dean of Chicago's Crane Junior College, joined the M-DJC admin-
least two representativespresent. istrative staff last year.

The Teenagers' March is ALSAC is Danny Thomas,
a door to door solicitation by a real King of kids, A man State Turns Down $20,000Request v'
teenagers for St. Jude's Hos that made a promise to God
pital. This hospital is locatedin and has kept that promise 'I
Memphis, Tenn. It has, as through the creation of St. To Relocate families.
its primary purpose, the des- Jude Children's Research t\te
truction of the most unwantedand Hospital.On .
catastrophic disease of Sunday, September 11, The state cabinet in Tal- The cabinet said it could ptessway construction was
children. The number one from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., the lahasse Tuesday said itiwas legally do other than reJect the "center of tremendous
enemy on their list is lukemia. ALSAC Chapter of Dade tpA sorry but it could not grant the request, accordingto pressure.
When they perfect the vac- County will conduct its Teenagers' the request for $20,000 to state law.Episcopal. Bishop Duncan said the
cines and the serums that March. The general N federal government would put
Bishop James if state
$180,000 the would
will be the cause of curing chairman of the March is help relocate 700 Negro fami- up
Duncan appealed to the cab- donate resettle the
$20,000 to
leukemia and the allied blood Willie Pastrano, SoutheastFlorida's
lies in the path of Miami
inet last week, that
diseases, they will be sent No. one Milkmanand warning families in permanent-"nottemporary" ,
to children in Memphis and the heavyweight champion expressway the area to be razed bv *>*- homes.

Manchester. They will be of kids. Our honorary .
sent to children in Canada chairman is Sammy Spear, --
and Colombia. They will be television's most well known
sent to children in Africa and musical director (and he may \
Atlanta. St. Jude works for all be the first honorary working \
the children of the world. chairman in the history of "N 'I si
ALSAC.) We are right now'in
The Teenagers' March is a the process of signing up No need to be crowded -
part of ALSAC (Aiding Leu- thousands of teenagers and
kemia Stricken American adults to work and march in
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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 26, 1966

11 I ., Wilkins Praises AKA for Help

LOS ANGELES uN e- competence. riety of civil rights activities.We '
I groes are Americana citizensof afternoon Mr. Wilkins sessionWednesday spoke at the, in the NAACP are proud of r--i; ; !! i Y{
the United States; their the support over many years
and of
identity is here as Americans Aua.17.He of the national body "
separatism isn't going to urged delegates repre- the local chapters of AKA.
senting this oldest Negro It was during the NAACP's
get us very far, NAACP
t sorority to continue helping recent annual convention in ik'b
Executive Director Roy Wilkins -
told delegates attending the Negro American forwardas Los Angeles that Miss L.
the 42nd annual conventionof they have been doing for Pearl Mitchell an NAACP
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority years "and most Importantof vice president and life mem-
here. all, let its women continue bership coordinator for AKA.
"Behind the headlines tobbe wives and mothers in reporter that within the past
the flamboyant speeches and the kinds of families that two years her group had
catchy emotion-laden slogans assume the responsibilitiesof raised a total of $34,152.25
in life memberships for the
t concocted by what are citizenship for themselves,
loosely, called civil rights and that inspire and aid the NAACP. At that time, she '
leaders, the people have to march toward independenceand assured delegates attending I 'a.
go on doing the things that citizenship responsibilityIn the Life Membership luncheon
others.II that this was just the begin-
must be done: getting jobs fund-
establishing homes rearing Mr. Wilkins J lauded "Our ning of a concerted
families, raising drive 'which she expected -
educating children
Greek letter societies who are
safeguarding health relaxing could show even greater li j 1 gi
staunch and substantial supporters in the future.
in recreation and building a financially of a va-
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: Gets $300,000 Ford Foundation GrantA

Florida delegation at the National Morticians con
Ford Foundation grantof to establish a national corps ped to work on a variety of HOUSTON, TEXAS The
$300,000 has been awarded of ninety Negro women community-action programs in vention in Houston, Texas. Standing left to right. Mrs. Mae McCrae, St. Petersburg;
'I. to the National Council of equipped to train other women child welfare, public health, Mrs. F. B. Stone, Tampa; John Ray, New Smyrna; -Mrs. E. C. Seniors, Sarasota; w.
Negro Women for the recruit- for vice.paid The and grant volunteer will finance ser- consumer fraud, crime and Druton, Orlando; C. W. Seniors, Sarasota; Mrs. J. Ray, New Smyrna; 0. I. Hillman,
ment and training of Negro I
of the council'sstaff
expansion illegitimacy
women in community service, delinquency Starks Orlando D. T. Larkins, Clearwater.
and Seated George Gause, Bartow; Max ; ,
t both on a volunteer and a which now has only two birth control housing :
paid basis. full-time professionals. Training strengthening of family life.
The National Council of will take place in thirty The council is already activein
Negro women, which was organized cities, and participants will recruiting women for the
in 1936 by the late be drawn from ninety-seven Job Corps Women's Training FAMILY REUNION
I Mrs. Mary McLeod Bethune local branches the council Program; migrant health ser- Karillon Beauty Salon MovesFROM
I will apply its grant to train bas in thirty-six states. vices; day care centers; voter Sunday Aug. 21 proved to
6,000 women volunteers and Volunteers will be equipIi registration projects; con- be a day of great joy for the
sum____<.<_ educaon.. and tutoring.. Johnson, Carey Moxie and 6135 NW 12 AVENUE
Job 'counseling and other Gibson families when every-
projects for youth. one was on hand to enjoy To: 152 NW 62nd St.
'i' : i dinner and family together-
C The ninety trainers ness.The
II affair was held at the
'Ji'f' attend seven-day training
lovely home of Mrs. Bernice thank for the we have served
r program at a university on you many years
i A i'l such matters as funding Carey. Those present were: you. We want to continue to serve you, therefore, we
sources problems affectingthe Mrs. Bessie Johnson and must keep up with the progressive pace of our city.
poor, leadership and group daughter CarolynMr. and Mrs. Our will better service and comfortair
l move give you
David Davis (Eunice) and
dynamics, minorities, and son condition the of
1711I program development. They, Devin Michele Carye, Mr. and ( ) May privilege serving you con
in turn, will conduct weekend Mrs. Ernest Taylor (Annie tinue to be ours.
courses in the field. Bell) Mildred Moxie, Mrs. Our motto: "Quality is our constant aim. Serviceis
Sarah Johnson, Mrs. Sarah our privilege.."
Three other women's organizations -Forbes and daughter, Chris- Staff:
-the National 1 tine, James Moxie and Mrs.
I Council of Catholic women, Maude Johnson.
""' the National Council of Jewish" Members of the family
Women and the United from Coconut Grove present .
Church women of the National were Martha Williams, Ethel I r.d
Council of, Churches, will Gibson,Pecola Gibson and Joe
Relatives visiting
MAYOR NEW YORK CITY The grant will also finance Nassau, Bahamas were: t
field representativeswho Miss Delores Gibson and Mrs.
NEW YORK Beverly Forrest, Miss Ingenue will assist local councils Doreen Ughtburn. l l!
f New York City, gets the giggles as Mayor John Lind- in starting community The entire affair was en- Mrs. Shirley L. Mrs. Montez E. Mrs. Frances K.
ley congratulates her on winning her title. The 17yearold projects. joyed by all. Jacobs Reed Dawkins

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Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church Free Shop At Home Service we said, we're not the BIGGEST! but

we are trying hard to be the BEST.




A., Francis Henderson, Representative HOME OFFICE TAMPA, FLORIDA



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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday August 26. 1966 11

Primary; J. Lang Kershaw, Earl Carroll, and Lawrence large numbers which will bring about his participationin
FROM WHERE Bethel for the State Legislature and C. Gaylord the mainstream of the political life of his county.
I SITBY the fact that great good
do not deny
Rolle for the Dade County School Board. It was the While we
6 BILL McBRIDE same old story all were soundly defeated becausethe came from the historic March on Washington and
several other marches that took place in other
Dade Negro voter, as in the past, failed to turn from
.. out and vote in large numbers. parts of the United States, we do feel very stronglythat

\C-t lr. Dade While there is some reason to be proud of the pro- the course of action taken by Negroes to attain the
County should be determined by
Negro first class citizenship
gress that has been made, there are many solid rea-
sons for a greater unity of effort, a greater determination the situation existing in the particular city or county.
EStill lived in this town for some twenty years, I am
At Crossroads and fuller participation by the masses: 1. the me- Having
dian annual income for Negroes in Dade is still about of the firm belief that here in Miami and Dade County
.. """'" half that for whites. 2. Negro unemployment is almost the progress of the Negro can best be speeded up by

In the January 28, 1966 issue of your Miami twice as high as it is for other Dade Countains.. .There the gathering of sane people of both races around the

Times, this writer indulged in a column headed still remains a wide gap between the income and living conference table; and the Negro's full participation
"Dade Negro at Crossroads in Journey Toward: standards of whites and Negroes.Yes in the mainstream of. the political life of his com-

Equality." And now, seven months later, we find the the Dade Negro has now reached the cross- munity.

Dade County Negro stalled at the same crossroads. roads in his journey toward first class citizenship and Hence, this writer is one of many who sincerely
It is our feeling that most of this article is apprapoto equality. There now must be a determination on the believe that marches and the usually resultant via

the Dade Negro's situation as it stands at the pre- part of the Negro himself to match needs with deeds lence are not needed and have no place in Dade
and become the author of his own destiny. He must attain
sent time. Hence, we are repeating the majority of County. .
the qualifications Il
and resources to move beyond
the things we said at that time in this sitting. opportunity when opportunity comes. The semblance of a march that I would
recommend in would be march
From where I sit,these eyes have witnessed slow We predict that the Dade Negro will remain stalledat Dade County a by
the office of the
Negro nonregistered voters on
but steady and meaningful progress by the Dade County these crossroads, and little, or no further progress
Negro in his trek toward first class citizenship and will be made until he decides to register and vote in Supervisor of Registration.

equality. The progress has been great, but there still ,

lies a long, long journey ahead.As :UIR MUUINIlUIMN Ie . . . . .al.l .
we enter the second half of 1966, we find a

large majority of the barriers to first class citizenshipand l .

equal opportunity have been leveled. Here in Dade, i\ I

we no longer suffer humiliation of having to use separate rfi\\ AS' e rNAIN
toilet facilities, drinking fountains, or eating at .t ,!/; ': .

segregated lunch counters. There is no longer segre- .LALN NAWN r
gated seating at sporting events; public transportationis i' ALL'AR"U MU'SOY \,."..... ,},, PUll PORK lOLL SAUSAOI 45 V r
no longer segregated. The day of the segregated .'RANKS, ",. .I' RATH.LACK HAWK J V. TIN
police department,and court of justice is no more. The Ia. HICKORY.SMOKID
University of Miami has opened its doors to all; and 5 9, COOKID CANNED J59 .

according to its President, Dr. Henry King Stanford, wlLSON aRTlncosLlcco: SHOULDER PICNIC .
the University is now making a sincere effort to recruit STATE .
.... ....... .. BACON .CONaIN MILD CRC AMY I IHO"I
.no {
Negro athletes. Hotels, restaurants, night clubs, etc. "" N/NNNIMM IIMNN MUINIIII CHIISI .
D ID HO"I DAISY 01 ...,...
have very wisely opened their doors to all. The Dade LOOKED COOKED Lt' LONOHORNU B 9 -65 8D .

County School System is making progress toward the I ROAST KARL MIME BID SLICED CORNED''OIHU STYLE BEEF 8 9 _CHEESE...........".""__Ia.H._..._._" .
full integration of all schools. .

There has been slow but significant progress in U ui69 \ LL 159 ,, :
the highly important area of employment. There are se- I'

veral Negroes in top"'positions with the Dade County R..tH 'SALAMI LL 129 C/H T

Board of Public Instruction. Large and small grocery NARD..OR......ONOAOTT.E ..._...__,,_..... .' \"il .
chains are now employing Negroes as cashiers, mana- ,' :' ruu cut
gers, and assistant managers. Department stores are .. MNIIN/Ni ROUND STEAK on N.

now employingNegro salespersonsClarence Patterson, REALLY
49 Os. IANT
a Negro, heads the Metro Dade County Waste Depart- LI.

ment. Calvin Mapp, a local attorney, was recently ap- .

pointed Assistant States Attorney; James Matthews is 37
compiling an enviable record as Assistant United :iisii !

States Attorney; Attorney Harold Braynon has been 0

appointed special assistant to the State Attorney .

General; the city of Miami Police and Dade Sheriff's \

departments have employed Negro motorcycle officers; [ O sssTlIMlSBivirH .. '

while Leroy Smith became Miami's first Negro police C
lieutenant. Negro business is now receiving a help- I 1 L / I w r .
ing hand from the small Business Development Center r .

which has approved loans to 15 Negroes totaling$103,400for OUART r r .

opening of new businessess or the improvement : ( C .
---- t
and expansion of old businesses. U 4.__ MUSTARD .

We look from the windowof .
can now see a Negro out 9
JAR +,
a Greyhound bus and say: "And Leave the Drivingto UoN r a IYL' = r
Us. .. Some 200 Negro bus drivers are employedby I :. ] s.
the Metro Transit Authority. Negro skilled labor is ttM = .
not only welcomed with open arms, but dilligently Th Lt. RAO = .

sought after. Many banks are employing Negroes as tel- -= .
lers and clerks. Only in rare instances now, do we LILT BLACK/ ANS DRMSKIH YE =.

find qualified Negroes being denied jobs because of A 1102. [/ ON/ONRJ r r3 .
race. .AG r OLNUINL

We can now boast of two integrated savings and : : .
loan associations with a Negro serving as president of .
one and a Negro serving as chairman of the board of KAfi :
t .
the other. There also exists an integrated national : LBS.

bank with a Negro serving as chairman of the board. .............n .r-' 1 ROYAL-R UOEMHHI
The year of 1965 brought us the birth of an integrated J' I : PINEAPPLE
insurance company. / ALUMINUM 9. JUICE /
From where I sit, we can read a very pointed mes- KooL PATIO 2 29.,: r

sage evolving from this trend: "IF YOU WANT YOUR : VKNTILATED CHAIR '
101"1. rOR CON'O"T IN
: : CHAISE : I
This new statue of the Dade County Negro owes huh
much to-the far reaching Civil Rights Law and certainly = 0""" LQ E449 ;= .,M /

to "right thinking and acting" Negro and white organizations : .EAC- $ 001.,( ': I j 5 -

businessmen, civic, religious and political :! ....................' ....................: ( 49 a
leaders who, instead of marching and rioting, .

have made excellent use of the conference table.In : ] IUTI IIIit :
IrTrfl 'lIA !a
comparison to what we have seen happen in ... ';:: %
other cities in the south; the demonstrations, mass ADIMACUM !::. 3 9 RLO. LOO ORDER 011 MORE
arrests police brutality, bloody riots, economic sanctions TOOTH PASTE =1. V COFUIMAT,

boycotts, and even murder, we are not hesitantto PIP I ; YEAR IDOIWORTH 16 PIICI Ilo2 fwITNlPOCKETPACKE
say "Thank God for the City of Miami, Dade Countyand RIADY RUB OR DINNERWAREIII JAR
the people who live here for the truly Americanlike U IDOIWORTH R. R. HOLIDAY SET .

manner in which the Negro revolution is taking TOBACCO PIPE TOBACCO '- ., SAUCERS, 29 rCup.

place." 1.N /.N -DINNER PLATS
We can't help but look upon this great progressin : DECORATED
Dade County with utter amazement because the' Negro SRMNRSALKA :
in the political SELTZER HONY GRAHAMS ,,
has displayed little or no interest : 58 .
life OIL PKG. O IS
of the community.We l0.2, 25 I
for elec- MEOS CTN.
had four Negroes to offer themselves 1

tion to political office in the May, 1966 Democratic TAMPONS RS. OR Su'ER .. _
i 11 rKa. or .


Register Now! .. YIM MNW.e.iN IkiLM

The books are open .


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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 26. 1966
20. sent to
Baltimore, Md. Tuesday mom-

Lemmie Dykes of 6336 PFC Melvin Rolle, son of ing for final rites. Two sons, I

NW 24th Ave.died August. 19. Mr. and Mrs. James Rolle of Nathaniel and John of Baltimore -

CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS He was a resident of Miami 2361 NW 73rd Terr., was kill- ; four daughters, Mrs.

since 1925. Survivors are ed in Viet Nam Aug. 10. Ser- Mary Parker also Baltimore,

his widow, Eunice; one son vices will be held Saturday at Miss Martha Carter of New

Alexander; one daughter, 1 p.m. at Mt. Olivette Baptist York City, Miss Elizabeth
Mrs. Juanita Dixon; one sister Church. In addition to his Carter of Washington,D. C. and
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Maggie Leonard; two brothers, parents he is survived by five Mrs. Mable Lockett, survive.

I memory of my dear husband family of the late loving memory of our Willie and Jessie Dykes and brothers, John, Rudolph, Ro-
EDGAR WARD mother, grandmother and great other relatives. Services were ber and Michael and Arnold.

1--_.....P Pa .... who expired July 3, 1966, grandmother held Thursday, 2 p.m. in the Three sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Jerry Wells of 214 NW 14

R and was laid to rest July 8, chapel. Hammett, Mrs. Dollie McSwainand St. died AUK 19. He is sur-

1966 wish to express our heart- Miss Marian Rolle, two vived by his mother Mrs.
felt appreciation to our many Lura F. Smith of 6720 NW grandparents, Mrs. Lillie Daisy Grandison; a sisterinlaw -
friends and neighbors for 28th Ave. died Aug. 19. lie is Mae Wright and Arnold Clark, Mrs. Lettes wells; one

their kindness cards, telegrams survived by his widow, Hardy Sr. two uncles and one great niece. Services were held
and floral designs ( S ty Mae; six children; one uncle. Thursday p.m. in the chapel.
apd special thanks to his d brother, Dandy; three sisters,
pastor Bishop B. T. Thomas t Annie L. Rhodes, Catherine Mrs. Willie Mae Davis of John Henry Wilson, well

J and Richardson Funeral Taylor and Edna M. Darkins; 558 NW 12th st. died Aug. 16. known barber in the Opalockawho
Body was shipped to Ozark, Services were held Tuesday. lived at 2220 NW 152nd
Mrs. Roxie Ward, sister Ala. for final rites and inter- 3 p.m. at Ebenezer Methodist St. died Aug. 21. His sur-

Mrs. Mattie Mack, sister ment. Church. One sister, Mrs. vived by three sisters and

4 Corine Stewart; three nieces, one brother all of Bainbridge,
Henry Kitchen of 1320 one nephew are among her Ga. where the remains was
NW 70th St. died Aug. 21. survivors.Mrs. sent for burial.
\ IN MEMORIAM Survivors are two brothers,

J. L. and willie Samuel, one Lena Jackson of 2981 Mrs. Beatrice Burton of

uncle, Sandy; one aunt NW 47th St. died Aug. 18, 744 NW 65th St. (lied at home

Gladys Vaughn; a cousin, Survivors are husband,Norman; Aug. 23. Services will be

Yvonne. Services were held three sons, Dove, Jimmie and held Saturday at 4:30 in the

r MRS. JESTINA LLOYD Thursday 11 a.m. in the Cornelius; two daughters, chapel. Survivors are several

who departed this life Aug. chapel.Mrs.. Shirley and Lena Mae; five cousins including Mrs. Leola

25, 1965.A brothers, Neal, Sam, Charlie, Thompson and Mrs. Cenella
ERNEST RUSSELLwho precious one from us Sarah Davis of 2103N ?arlis, and Rozzie Williams of Washington.Mrs. .

departed this life August is gone, a voice we loved, a W 47th St. died Aug. 17. W. Hollywoodone sister, Mrs.
.4d place is vacant in our home Survivors are husband, Ella Huey.Services were heldin Cora Gurlie of 955

29,Your 1965. memory lingers on. which never can be filled. Wardell; four sons, Bobby, the chapel Wednesday.Mrs. NW 75th St. died Aug. 24.

All is dark within our J. L., Walter and James C. Mrs. Cleo Finch, daughter, is

Victoria Russell dwelling, longly in our two daughters, Sarah Robinson Mary M. Carter of among survivors. Arran&ements -
And Family hearts today for the one we and Edna Murray; one 526 NW 5th Ave. died Aug. are incomplete.
loved so dearly has forever brother; two sisters. She will

passed away. lie in repose Thursday. Body- ---

Gone, but not forgotten. will be shipped to S. Carolina
IN MEMORIAMIn Daughters: Lillian Rolle, for final rites and burial. I ments and music. All neighboring

memory of our loved one, R. C. MATHEWS Lylene McKenzie, Selena Carver VFW Posts are invited.
There must be a reason we Lloyd Saunders.GrandsLillian. Willie O. Prioleau of All our friends are invited.

can't see Richardson RichardRico Hopkins, S. C. died August Folia Boyd, commander.All .
Carolyn Adams, 21. Survivors include his
There must be a reason why, ( ) Saunders) I'Ranches
A reason we must take "on widow; sons and other
faith" ,And 15 great grands and a relatives. He was returned to schools in Broward

As we do the sun on high. host of friends. S. Carolina: for final rites. News County will open Aug. 29.

There must be an answer why
Someone who enjoyed life so, James Holland of 409 NW &y Waller Bow If you are 21 years orolder, ,
47rk Someone who is so dear to us 9th St./Pt. Pierce, Fla. died and if you have lived in Fla.

Suddenly has to go. IN MEMORIAMIn Aug. 18. He is survived by Mrs. Mildred James president one year and in Broward

k; uI In sad but loving memory. his brother Issac of Newark, of the Gay Ladies County for six months, you are
W of the late Club of W. Hollywood is
memory N. J. There were no local eligible to register. If you
Inez Mathews thanking all the clubs and
REV. WILLIE GAMBLE services. lie was shipped to have not, the registration,
And Family friends who attended their books will be at the Carver
Bridgeton, N. J. for final
who departed this life Aug.
rites. anniversary at the Elks Club, Ranches park Building Wed-
26, 1960.Another Sunday, Aug. 21 from 4:30to
nesday,Aug. 31 from 5:30 p.m.
soldier gone to get a 830 Music furnishedby
p.m. was
to 9 Get out and register.Mrs. .
rewardHe Julian Jones of 4721 NW 16 p.m.
great Eddie and His Interns.
IN MEMORIAMIn fought the fight and Ave. died Aug. 22. He is survived

kept the faith by his widow Sarah; six Clubs introduced
memory my Elsie Moore wishesto
sons, Nathaniel, Tommie Lee,
beloved husband And how gone home to God. Carver Ranches Community
-- --- Charlie Julian Jr. and announce the graduation of
OBEDIAH ADGER Someday we'll meet again Club, the Channette Club of Thomas
her ,
son, R. Moore,
Our love ones before ; daughters Bertha Hallandale.
who departed this lifeig.. gone from Tennessee A& T State
Mae Gray, Elnora Lewis,
Someday we'll reach that
23 1965.
who departed this life Aug. happy I land Sarah LaHorn, Susie Brinsonand University at Nashville,Tenn.
28, 1965. One sad and lonely year is Pearline Dunn; two sis- Members of VFW Post No. with his B.S. degree in elementary -
parting no more.
has since went
Time steal the passed you education.Mrs. Moore
cannot trea- ters and one brother. Serviceswill 8195 W. Hollywood and Hal-
sures that we carry in our away. Sadly missed. be held Saturday 12 noonin landale, please come out Fri- had an enjoyabl stay in the

hearts; nor dim the shining There is an open gate at the Gussie Gamble, wife the chapel. day night, Aug. 26 to our saleat magic city as a guest of the

thoughts, out cherished past end of the road Lucille Lewis, Queen the Post home at 4816 Pem- Holiday Inn Motel and also in

imparts.Mrs. :Through alone which each must go Martin, daughters. George Blatch of 15961 NW broke Rd. Plenty of refresh- Atlanta, Ga., with relatives.

Virginia HutchinsonAnd M/Sgt. Archie Williams, son 27th Ave. died Aug. 22. Sur-
And there is a light we cannotsee
Family vivors are his widow, Carnetta -

; four daughters, Elizabeth
Our father claims own.
Adderly, Louise Pena,
A devoted wife, Lula Adler -
Gloria Maxwell and laora

IN MEMORI AMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Williams; four sons, Charlie
One Ralph Hendly
McCarthy, Harold, Augustusand LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
brothersMrs. loving of
Three sisters two memory
loving memory of my my Claude. Services will be
beloved husband, father, and Hattie Sampton of Jack- dear mother, held
Saturday at Mt. Tabor
grandfather sonville, Mrs. Jessie Adger 3001 NW
MARTHA SMITH Baptist Church. 46th STREET
Hubert NE 4-4197
..... ..,. .. Mrs. Gertrude Ballard,
Adger and James Ballard, all who departed this life August
Henry Clare, Jr. of 312-A
of Miami. 20. 1944. Gone but
not forgotten NW 14th St. died Aug.. 22. Suit E. JOHNSON, MANAGER 0X-1.9199

vivors are two sisters, Ca-
F I Mrs. Mary Clark, daughter therine Pratt'and Lenora
Rolle. Services were held
the family of the late Thursday 9:30 a.m. in the

MRS. PEARL WHITE -... ... chapel.

would like to express our 1
Willie Martin of 4720 NW '
thanks to our wonderful neigh-
21st died 22. He is
Ave. Aug. J
bors and our many friends,
for their hospitality and loving Mrs. Ruth Johnson of survived by Queenie Orr,
kindness in our bereave- 10745 SW 146th Terr in Rich- Emma Ford, Leroy Martin,
ment. May God bless all of I mond Heights died Aug. 17. John Harvey Martin, nine
youl Especially thanks to the :services will be held Saturday sons and daughters. Servicesare

House of Albert for their 'Aug. 27, 10 a.m. at Bethel incomplete.
r rNh
service. Baptist Church in Richmond

Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Brantly Heights. Reamins will reposein
And Family the chapel beginning 11
a.m. Friday until funeral time

saturday, Survivors are hus- FINEST S --" THOUGHTFUL,
IN MEMORIAMIn band George, one sister ,

sad but loving memory |1 Mrs. Jeanette Owens, three PRINTING t BEAUTIFUL SERVICES

of our dear sister and aunt 1 brothers, Leroy, Boisey and
-p -'-
VICTORIA E. BRENNANwho Clifford Gibson. ; Our ability and desire to
DEACON EDWARD WELD departed this life Aug. SERVICE \
who departed this life Aug. 25, 1965. Mrs. Bloneva Moseley of carry out your wishes, to-

27, 1964. 203 NW 14th St. died Aug. 23.
Gone but not forgotten. 4.7"\ gethei with our experience,
May the light of our May her soul rest in peace Services will be held Sa- HERE'S PROOF YOU'LLLIKE
heavenly Father continue to and light perpetual shine turday Aug. 27 at 2:30 in the : ( mean u service hat is
shine upon you and keep you in her. chapel. Remains will reposein OUR PRINTING d
upon conducted and
in his loving care. the chapel on Friday 2 p.m. r'TJL e beauty

Mrs. Catherine Basden, until funeral time saturday. understanding-to comfort.
Quality Job Budget Price
:Rowena held, wife sister survivors include three sis- ; (

And family Mrs. Florence Rolle niece v.)
ters, Mesdames Rosa Green, No Job Too large or Small
Beatrice Harris and Lucille f

Swindle; two brothers, Samueland Deadlines Met on Time ? "My Father in Heaven, help
IN MEMORIAMIn Richard Devoe. A devoted
IN MEMORIAMIn me never to forget Thy love
friend. Wallace
loving memory of sad and loving memoryof Berry. Satisfaction Guaranteed ; it looks up to me in the

MR. CLEVELAND GEE our dear son, brother, Mrs. Maggie Lee Finch of / beauty of the flower "
who passed away Aug. 17, grandson and nephew, 356-A NW 14th St. died Aug. and our customers come back! John Henry Jowett

1964.Gone HENRY ALBURYwho 14. Funeral service was held Miami '
but not forgotten. passed Aug. 29, 1964. Tuesday 2 p.m. in the chapel. Times Oscar L. Range'
Sisters, daughters and May he rest in peace. Survivors include a devoted / ;

brothers, wife, Geneva friend Mr. Springfield Delancy Call Funeral HomeII
10421 / f
'Thomas Eller Mae Gates Family other.relatives. 9't



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 26, 1966_ 13 I

Tannie Dean Heads Integrated Public Relations Firm

Nathaniel Dean, popularly World War H.
ected Sepia Mayor of Miami, lie was honorably discharged Democratic Committeeman.As tirelessly with voter registration He is a member ot the Amen- Dean is married to the
(as named president of the from the Navy in- Committeeman, Dean organizations.Dean can Legion, the North Dade former Mozell Wright, also of
wly formed public relations 1947 and, like so many Negroes worked for the little man. lie was most recently Community Club, the Dade Miami. They have seven
suiting firm, Tannie Dean who had served their tried "to help solve the prob- appointed to the City of County Young Democratic children, Sandra, 17, Michelle
[>d Associates, Inc., located country well, found himself lems for the people in this Miami Community Relations Association, the Florida 14, Debra 9, Nathaniel Jr. 8,
3497 NW 7th Ave. Aboute back in Miami still deniedan community." Following two Board. This appointment followed Voters' league, the Crusade Willis 7, Samuel 5, Duane 6
[ establishment of his new opportunity in the democ- separate purges of the voters upon his election as for Voters and the Florida months and a granddaughter,
Dean said, "The sue- racy he fought to save. He rolls during his tenure as sepia Mayor of Miami over a Association of Negro Deputy Kimberly McCall 2 months.
Us of other integrated enter- drove a jitney from Liberty Committeeman. Dean worked field of about 20 candidates. Sheriffs.

rises in Dade County, along City to the central districtfor
Ith the arrival of the Negro a while. Then he served
tien to economic oppor- briefly on the City of Miami CULMER CENTERTO t

Ity and political awaken- Police force; he resigned SPONSOR LAW
g.. demanded the establish- after discovering and being
it of a firm such as ours. morally unable and unwilling PROGRAMThe
agress demands progress." to accept the dual standardset __
Associated with Deane for Negro officers in the Culmer NeighborhoodCenter
| insurance salesmen James pursuit of their duties. of the Economic Op-

Levenson and Charles M. iDean drove a taxi for the 490 portunity NW 11th Program st will, Inc.hold, at ,ao j
ejman, educators William next six yzhI
years becoming interested law program Thursday, Aug. a
Turner nd Howard Carter. in politics as he 25 at, 8:30 p.m.
realized "more and more that The Dade County Bar As-
progress and improved oppor- sociation will provide attorneys -
tunity for Miami's Negro citi- John E. Smith and
zens would come only through John White, who will discussthe
political awareness and the pitfalls of loans and installment -

bra 'Jt sv full exercise of the voter's buying, in order to
franchise." He launched his familiarize residents of the
area with the problems of
active in I
career politics with
such financial transactions.
the Democratic Primary of
These law
& 1952. probrams are a
presented jointly with the
Dade Bar Association.
lie accepted a position
with the Dade County Sheriff ...... '

Department in October, 1953,
: L
becoming the first Negro in East Coast
the County to wear a sheriffs Pr _

uniform. While with the Sheriffs Tailors
Department, Dean made
., ...."
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many friends all over the SPECIAL

county. lie attended the Flor- TAILORED
ida Police Academy and the SLACKS VISITING EDUCATORS ARE BRIEFED on some job requirements in the oil
Dean, a native of Miami, 4tU,...011,
Civil Defense School and '" industry by Alex Alexander, left, himself a former teacher, at the corporate head
resided in
Liberty City Alterations and Remodeling
ce moving here from the was graduated from each witha PAST SERVICE quarters of Humble Oil and Refining Company in Houston. For the visitors-all

tral district in 1939. He diploma. faculty members of senior high schools in the Houston area-trips like the one to the
the son of AfroAmericanurance Dean was campaign aide 717 I NW62 ST. Humble Building supplemented their classroom work in a summer study program
for almost major democratic
executive John H. every PL 8-3901 devoted principally to vocational guidance and job opportunities. Mr. Alexander
seeker. As he
A cuff while wolf
He Sadie has Dean.always been says, "There's hardly an you joined the oil company as a draftsman about a year and a half ago after experiencewith

among his many friends.popu- elected official holding office the Army Corps of Engineers, as a teacher of mechanical drawing in the Hous-

attended both Booker T. now in Dade County who does ton school system and with an engineering subcontractor for the National Aeronau-

shington and Dorsey High not remember Tanny Dean." tics and Space Administration (NASA). As a senior illustrator, he is still assignedto

ools. He entered the U. S. Dean Himself ran for Democratic the same headquarters graphics group, which supervises and coordinates much ofMumble's

vy from Dorsey High in Committeeman in 1962 ;.a. printing and reproduction of a wide variety of materials. Listening, as
and won over the then county
cember 1942. He served in chairman. He was given an Mr. Alexander explains technical aspects of these operations and activities, are

k 'Pacific of boatswain's,, attaining matest the award at the time for the "Anytime"M guidance counselors from three schools and a faculty member of a fourth school.

distinction of the first from left Doris Anderson Mrs. E. York Miss letha
class, a rank accorded being 6 The visitors, are Mrs. J. Mary ,
ry few Negroes during Negro to win election as Davis and Mrs.'Janet Jackson. Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. York and Mrs. Jackson are
counselors at their respective schools.

Here Comes Help For

I Outboard Motors In : ;*
Naturally Healthy Normal Bair 1 1
I GROWS from the HAIR ROOTS,' p
Dade County Area in YOUR SCALP. The condition of
your hair often depends heavily,
on the natural health of your
WASHINGTON D. C., machine operators, for 36 scalp. Yean sjo DOCTOR CAR-: .
lust (Special) Outboardtors weeks; 50 clerk, typists, for .NOT invented a medicated tar 1't. .
in the Dade Countyea 36 weeks; 40 sales personsfor formula which ia mixed called with CARBONOXb many prov.:
| can now look to a longerd auto parts, 36 weeks; 40cooks I,1 en beneficial ingredient CAR I
more useful life. For a for 32 weeks; 45 BONOCL i. such a strong, powerful I
antiseptic and doe such
uning project just approved nurse's aides, for 12 weeks; work in helping an ITCHY tiny/ j j
U.;S. Secretary of Labor W. 25 outboard mechanics, for 'BUMPY DANDRUFF scalp thai{ ]
Hard 36 weeks and 45 waiters, :many DOCTORS retard it highly
Wirtz ;
[ and Secretary of and PRESCRIBE It for many, ''
faith, Education and Welfare waitresses, for 45 weeks. scalp troubles. Many annoying
|hn W. Gardner provides fore The project was developedby I externally caused scalp conditions '
are greatly relieved by the
training of outboard me- Dade County Public School I use of this Triple strength tar
anics now in short supply. officials in cooperation with.formula Write for this DOCTOR'S
Secretary of Wirtz an- the Florida State Employment now. It will be sent to you all
unced today that $582,756 Service (FSES). mixed and ready to use USE IT
I federal FOR 7 DAYS and if you are not
funds has been ,.
satisfied your money back. Pay i
orated to the Dade County Funding is made under the'only $1.8 on delivery. This Includes

pblic Schools Division of provisions Rural Area of Redevelopment the Manpower''j'penny more You'if'rr'lttafu: ;I I Finance Your Car with Our
rational), Technical, and 'directions Use the finest MIDI-1 I
ult Education to train 295 Development and Training GATED SCALP FORMULA you,'
I Act (MDTA). money can buy. Your hair and
or underemployed
scalp deserve fine care. Just send
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday August 26, 1966 .- 1

Take 'pur :problems: to Churc:

millions, 'leave, them therel!:

C Miami Teenagers Active In I

Jehovah's Witnesses AssemblyFor -- SALTER'S- CHAPELRev.


the thousands of ly program. "The Beatles" Muriel Ward reporter
3165 NW 56th St. young says La Gale "may claim its highest
people in attendance at the Services were at -
.. Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor more popularity' than Jesus
Christian assembly of Jeho- peak. At 11 a.m. Rev.J. .
Willie J. Beard reporter vah's Witnesses currently in Christ enjoys but their S. Blake our former pastor -

The president officers session on Miami Beach the popularity will soon fade brought the message for
and members of choir No. 1 while the Truths concerning -
future and its away
problem s h w that morning. Everyone was
wish to take this opportunityto Jesus Christ are so
present no puzzle either
moved in their hearts by his
in the minds
thank each and everyone deeply
for the world or themselves. a w sermon. The choir sang
of sincere Christians -
and hearts
who helped to make their
\ Typical of the serious beautifully with spirit follow
fourth anniversary a great that He shall never be
teenagers observed during
ing baptism. The Stewardsand
success both spiritually and forgotten.
the convention sessions are Crusaders wish to thank
financially.The La Oale Floyd 18, of 3369 They noted the increasing each of you for your support.
women of Macedoniawill NW 53rd St., and Barbara crime rate among young people The names will be read Sun-
observe their Third Ann Claridy 14, of 11201. today and suggested they I day.
Annual Woman's Day. The ,Douglas Drive both of Miami. '
: iyFe s clothe themselves with godly We mourn the loss of Mrs.
previously announced speakerfor 1
the morning Mrs. Beatrice La Gale an honor roll stu- devotion rather than short Ruth Twiwis. We will miss
right skirts. her Christian' work and
Waldron West Palm Beach dent at Miami Northwestern, <
II is ill and will not be able to and Barbara Ann an honor 'I j The world's problems do friendly smile as she worshipped -

attend. Instead we have an- roll student at Richmond 1h' ,,' I not puzzl e Christians noted with us. And her loyal sup-

other great, and dynamic Heights Jr. High presented a Barbara Ann. They are happening port she so freely gave.
1 speaker an instructor in the typical picture of the young LA OALE FLOYD BARBARA ANN CLARIDY as foretold in Matthew Her funeral was held in Ocala -

Dade County School system. people among the delegates to 24 and should provoke us to Fla. at 11 a.m. Sunday.Herbody
assembly departments that questioned about was at Salter's Chapel
this assembly During ses-
Mrs. Lemmie W. Mitchell. functioned behind typal teenage problems the spend more time searching our
so smoothly -
Come out and hear this great sions they were observed the scenes at. the mam- Beatles and short skirts they Bibles and less time in pur- all day Friday. Mrs. Twiggs
y woman of wisdom and knowl- taking notes including scrip- moth Beach both expressed the desire that suit of material pleasures.La love and devotion as a member -
edge. tural references on the talks Convention Hall. through the years as a
an4 demonstrations that crowd 'Barbara, Ann volunteered to more young people would Gale and Barbara will friend and follower.We .
Sunday at 3 p.m. a Pretty the five-day program. serve in the cafeteria department turn to the Bible and things be in attendance at the public are looking forwardto
Hat Tea will be held. There
that serves hot of greater consequence. They lecture Sunday Aug. 28 at; Woman's the fourth
Day on
will be a surprise guest Between assembly ses- felt spiritually stimulated by 3
meals to the 12,000 conven- p.m. on the subject "What
in October. Mrs.
speaker one you have never the Bible talks and Biblical Sunday
I sions they volunteered their tion delegates at a nominal Has God's Kingdom Been Annie Lee Gunter is chair-
heard before so come out and i service to' aid in the numerous charge. scenes enacted on the _assemb- Doing Since 19141"ANTIOCH man and Mrs. Juanita Shef-
find out who this powerful
speaker Is.&lnday field is co-chairman. Please

night a very special give them your- support.

program will be full of spirit BROWNSVILLEBAPTI
and surprises. So if you like William Slater pastor Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor NEW LIBERTY CITY ST

surprises come on over to Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear Vicar Old Time Revival was en- Ruby Lee Carr reporter Rev. A. H. Essix pastor

Macedonia and enjoy Woman's New and exciting plans joyed by those who attended The No. 2 Usher Board will Annie Whipple reporter Rev. Phillip Cooper pastor

.Dayt tohether all day. have been made for the Sun- services nightly on last week. sponsor a Building Fund Teato God showered his blessingof Pauline Cooper teporter

t Sister Netta Kelly chairman day School this year. For the Revivalist Rev. J. Robinson Virginia Beach Aug. 26 at the Holy Ghost upon us, The spirit was high all

,' Sister Willie Mae Wil- fourth grades through adults of Ft. Myers delivered power 8 p.m. Donation $1.00. Trans- with our pastor delivering day with the pastor presiding.He .

1< Hams co-chairman. the entire year-will be spenton filled sermons each night. portation will be furnished by the message with our No. 1 preached out of his soul
1' a study of St.' Paul thus the church's bus free. Also,
4 The climaxing sermon on Choir and No. ly.sher Boardon both morning and evening.
getting "the feel" of the Friday night covered 10 refreshments free. Bus wil duty. The choir was at its best.
leave the church at 7:30
Christian Church. There p.m.
early chapters of the challenging No. 3 Usher Board is At 3 p.m. Deacon Reynolds i Several visitors were present.
will be half hour movie
a book of Prophecy Revelation. his trial proud t o
planning a Trip to Key West preached sermon. Everyone was
ST. PAUL AME shown small each month discussionand followedby Friday night, Aug. 26, the via the church's bus on Labor We were' blessed in the ,see sisters Dorothy Scippioand

Rev. T. C. Kelly Jr., pastor "TV groups studio quiz'' choir is sponsoring a music ale Day and will'return first' night. evening service with a new Christine Dennison back
a type in service. sister SciPPio
Mary Rawls reporter The teaching staff is program lic. and invites the pub-'Round trip is 400. Bus will member. visited relatives in Philadel-

The Trustees of St. Paul excited about this radicallynew Sunday Aug. 28 will be leave early Labor day. Monday night we will visit phia and Detroit. Sister Den-*
approach to a study of Please come and go with us. Gethesemane Baptist Church. nison absent, because of
invite our many friends to our 2nd Annual Youth Day. We are so happy to know Thursday night thru Sunday was
worship with us on Sunday the Bible and our faith.Every, Chairman Shirley Brantly with that our pastor is back froma we will celebrate our illness.

morning at 11 a.m. August one not now attending Sun the aid of the directors of few days rest visiting Sis. Junior Choir's Anniversary. You are always welcometo
28. We will celebrate our day School from 9:30 to 10:30is the youth department have Jenkins worship with us.
parents. So we ex-
52nd anniversary of the warmly invited to join us. planned two unique programs. pect the to deliver TEMPLEThe
church.At The first movie will be September Morning service will be in. both morning pastor and evening SHLOH BAPTIST CHURCH
this time we pay spe- 11th. Registration and terracial. Rev. William Hack women will organize
cial tribute to our pioneerswho class assignments will be Jr. a 10-year-old ordained minister Come to church Sun and Rev. A. M. Griffin pastor this Sunday for Woman's Day.
have been members of this Sunday at the church will be the speaker be with us because we day are so Sis. C. M. Myles reporter Every effort will be made to

St. Paul thirty years or more. 1835 NW 54th St., followed by Miss Betty Williams of New happy to have our pastor and get the plans under way for a
Evening services at 6:30: p.m. an old' fashioned hymn sing. Mt. Calvary Church will his family back with us. The spirit was high on strong campaign.The .
We have a treat for our architecton last Sunday. Our delivered people's
This Saturday an speak at night service. The we are praying for our pastor young
,evening services. This is the Diocesan Board of theme of the day is "Space sick and shut-ins. both sermons. The chorus under the direction of

called a Song Feast. Come Church of Architecture will Age Youth serving an Eternal, Come to church and have male chorus and No. 2 Usher' Mrs. V. Strachan will sing on
out and enjoy one hour of good visit the Church of the Incarnation Omnipotent Ood. Come out your faith lifted. Board rendered service. Sunday morning and the No. 1

singing by the four choirs of to discuss possible and enjoy the services. Beginning Friday August Choir during the evening wor-

our church and the Male future building plans.- She 26, 8 p.m. and Sunday the ship. This young group has

chorus. will meet with interested 28, 3 p.m. the No. 2 choir wily :'taken on new life and is very

Don't forget our sick mem- persons at the church from MT. ZION observe its 16th anniversary. I'promising.
bers. Have you visited any 1 to '3 p.m. Father Dear just' MARTIN MEMORIALRev. Many choirs of the city will '

one this month? received word of her arrival R. H. Johnson pastor OPA LOCKA participate. The public is
The women of St. Paul are and was therefore unable to Rev. Milton Fayson pastor invi ted.
busy making plans for their inform the congregation earlier Sunday services were high Naomi jean Charles reporterWe All churches are asked to ATTENTION

22nd Women's Day. You will 'he now is urging all who and spiritual with the sermons had a very high day be present at church Saturday
,, preached by our pastor. Rev. CHURCH REPORTERS
hear more about it soon. are interested and c an to come R.H.Johnson who awarded Sunday what with Sunday morning at 11:30: for the an-
was -
School starting the day with nual picnic.
the Doctor of Philosophy'degree good attendance and a very Church nows for pwbll

this summer by Ed- interesting lesson the 11 ZION HOPE -.tatlon In .... current wood's

CHURCHES OF ward waters College in Jacksonville ajn. service was well attended Issue, must .bo In our office

NEW MT. MORIAHRev. Fla. and the No. 3 choir was Rev. P. Freeman pastor aw lonjrlhon. 7 o'clock Won-

A. L. Shipp pastor CHRIST, SCIENTIST"Christ Now that vacations are at its best. Our pastor preached Sis. E.- Jackson reporter day ..;oronlno Publication of

Evelyn Souter reporter Jesus" is th eattention, over it is hoped that your a very fine sermon. The No. Service n.... rocolvoo after hot
will be focused was
subject of this week's Bible 1 Choir closed out its anni- spiritually t'-. cannot .bo fluorantootf.:
Services were spirituallylow Lesson-sermon to be read I more on the roads that lead versary celebration with a high all. day last Sunday.
Sunday with Rev. Thomas | to the church. Your presence'II spirited Rev. Woodley will preach
at Christian Science church I song feast at three
and Rev. Jackson bringingthe and financial were the No. 1 Usher
services on Sunday. support all dressed in blue and all in Board's An-
messages, morning and' both missed. We want and true blue spirit May God niversary sermon Sunday
evening respectfully.Joint Episodes from each of the need your support now. Won't ever bless them and their at 3 p.m.

rehearsal for both 'our, Gospels will be read, you come out? The church is faithful president, Bro. Willie Rev. Woodley is pastor of FINEST
choirs will be August 31 at severing: different aspects of not the same without 100 % Young. St. Matthews Freewill Baptist

8 p.m. ife of Jesus accompanied by participation from each mem- Want to,work? Come on to Church. Everyone is invited
We are so grateful to God elections from the denominational ber. Won't you vow to be pre- Mt. zion. See you there. I to come out and have a good PRINTING

for such a wonderful revival. textbook including sent more often in your time.The
Rev. W. F. Tanner really hese lines: church services? pastor is asking everyone SERVICE

preached out of his soul. A high and spiritual day to attend prayer meeting
"Jesus of Nazareth taught .on Tuesday.
We will have baptism Friday has been planned for Sunday -
night after service. and demonstrated man's oneness HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL
Aug. 28. The Layman's MT. CALVARYRev.
We are still asking your : with the Father and for League will meet at 2 p.m. FIRST 3APTIST

prayers for. our pastor also *this we owe -him endless followed by a Million Dollar Samuel Atchison pastor Rev. LIKE OUR PRINTING:
for the shut-ins and bereaved 'homage. Weddina at 5 D.m. Please W. M. Davis pastor
families and our sons, fathers 'make plans toatiend.DRAKE The members of the Willing mrs. Donella Turner reporter
and husbands in the armed Fifth Church of Christ Workers express their gratitude Quality Job; Budget Price
,services. Scientist is located at 1600 to you for helping to make Saturday August 27 the
NW 54th St. You are always their 8th Anniversary a suc- Junior Choir will be selling No Job Too Large or Small
welcome to attend services at MEMORIALThe cess. Special thanks is given pies at the church. Also Sat-

all Christian Science churchesin to the participants who ap- urday night a waistline party Deadline Met on Time
this vicinity Sun. 11 a.m., officers peared on their program. May will be at the home of Mrs.
TRINITY CME Wed. 8 p.m., The Reading members pastor invite all of their the Lord ever bless you. Campbell 4656 NW 23rd Ave. Satisfaction Guaranteed

Rev. C. C. Cowsen Minister Room of Fifth Church is in ,friends to a baptism at Virginia On Friday August 26, at Sunday August 28 all the

Steward Board No. invites the same but Idin g and is Beach Sunday at 7 a.m..8 p.m. there will be a Talent choirs Church of will the First Baptist and. our customers come back!
the Mon. & Program at Matthews celebrate their
to a Fellowship Tea on open to public Our get well wishes to Temple
you Fri. 1 to 3 p.m. Wed. 6 to .Church, 16th Street and 5th anniversary. The Rev. J. E.
Aug. 28 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Mrs. Dorothy Brown who is I' Lenkins of
7:45 p.m. Sunday School is Ave. You are invited to come Friendship Baptist Miami Times
in the Cloverleaf .
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Hospital.She
held in the annex at 11 a.m. and take part in this Church will deliver the anniversary -
Rucker of 1726 NW 51st St. was in an accident last
Nursery care for small child- as well as see much of the sermon. We wish to
Bro. J. Wells, chairman. ren provided at all services. Sunday night. talent on display. invite you to our regular Sun- 691-0421
day services.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 26, 1966 15 '
and Steel' 'I

Industry To Bring First Graders To Be Led By The HandWhen

Basic Education To 250,000 school. starts Sept. 6, "Children above all should ful and to look closely before

many of the 20,000 first be taught the best way to crossing," declared Glenn I
V director of
cross intersections correctlyand Sudduth, executive
Indianapolis- Top offi- programs in operation in 15 graders going to school for admonished to be the Citizens Safety Council.,
of the steel industry, states. Within the level of achievement in 300 the first time in Dade County
loyers of 450,000 across oast two classroom contact hours. will have somebody leading carefj'

[[nation, were in Indiana- years touched BFE the programs lives have them around by the hand. ,,, )' \ Sunday as more than a favorite -
of over Operation Safe Walk enters
last week to meet with 200.000 Since I son. It well have
the may
persons in rural and high school its third year county-wide ,,' i1
Board of Fundamental been "J. W. DUNN DAY."
urban communities in all diploma or its equivalent is fall under sponsorship of the :
ation t
on a plan to bring ?j
sections of the the requirement !
|c education to 250,000 country. for so many Dade County Parent-Teacher N'\I i
jobs, the Board for Fundamental ssociation the Dade ', I I'i
j'J workers, more than half Today 29.500.000 workers County There was a crowd from
Education has devel- Citizens Safety Council and
hem are Negro operate with less than a high miles around who returnedto
nder discussion was the school education, according oped a program which can the Dairy Council of South the hallowed walls of this
move a dropout to high school Florida.
ementation of special to BFE officials. The ma- equivalency within 10 months. Parents take church to join in the celebra-
are urged to
|erals! and techniques doped jority of these have not completed When a student completes the their small fry, who will be tion of this occasion. Mr.
by the board for Fun- the eighth grade. As course he is tested by his Dunn delivered the soul stir-
walking to school or the bus
Cental' Education for ac- industry requires higher edu- local school board and if he stop, by the hand, and point ring, masterful message Sun-
crating the education of cation achievement levels"as passes the test he is granteda out to them the safest routes day morning. He was received -
|ereducated adults. The prerequisites for employment, high school diploma. Calledthe graciously and has thedis-
|gram would be utilized by and makes it mandatory for General Educational Development first and few possible days of dangers school.those Call tinct ion of being the only minister -
companies in the steel workers to pass difficult tests
the maternal side of
Program, this new ing attention to the project, on
sty, with classes held before they can be upgradedthe his he
concept has been proven to those escorting their children family, though comes
i the pi ants of the comp- hopes of uneducated from with
the satisfaction of the na will carry open umbrellas. a pioneer family
eSt workers become frustratedIn tion's, leading educators, and Parents who work or for long line of ministers, and.
[ The Board for Fundamen-
Education the interest of solving is in great demand. other reasons are unable to --- ancestry who organized Mt..
by the total problem of adult The Board for Fundamental escort walking children, can The Rev. J. W. Dunn Pleasant.: His predecessorswere
[eo W. Blackburn, is a n education the Board for call
Fun- Boy Girl
Education is operating upon or Scoutsby staunch members and
nal, non-profit, non-sec- damental Education ....Forgetting those things
developedand programs in cooperation with notifying first grade supporters of this church and
ian organization dedicatedthe which behind and reach-
are ,
of accelerate learning program Aron Henry, at Clarksdale, teachers. The Scouts helping their names are held in cher-
[ concept helping the which cuts drastically Miss.; Saints Junior College out will be from the upper ing forth unto those things
advantaged people of the the required time for personsto at Lexington, Miss.; Florida grades of the school. which are before, I press toward ished memory. It was more
|ited States help them- move to an acceptable A&M University, and the To draw fuller attention to the mark for the prizeof than a pleasure for this fine,
"?*. Chartered by the U. achievement level. Called Neighborhood Youth Corps at Safe Walk, Parent-Teacher the high, calling of God up and coming youngman to
ress in 1964, BFE return to the church wherehe
System for Success, the $FE Trenton, N. J. BFE is par associations on Sunday, in Christ Jesus.
,MJ has a range of edu- program can move a functions I ticipating in a total of 39 Sept. 4,will set hospitality was baptized under the
don, social and housing illiterate to the eighth, grade projects in 15 states. centers on the school groundsto It was a grand and glorious pastorate of an uncle, where
at Mt.
Homecoming his father deacon and
greet parents and children was a
Pleasant Baptist Church in where his rest in
who Safe Walk that afternoon, parents
Safe Walk flyers are available Washington, Georgia. The peace in the churchyard.
third week in August has
through PTA's in both
Spanish and English, and in been traditionally set aside
for a rededication and revival Accompanying him was a
parochial well
[ Pu61icSchooIReistration as as public
schools. Clergy of all faiths of the members oHhts'chu sister of this city Mrs.James
will make announcements from rch and whenever Pos- Fairley; therefrom New Jer-
sible to have one of Its"sons"return sey was another sister Mrs.
their pulpits Sept. 4, reminding to deliver the morning James Coleman (Maxine

Set For Aug. 30 day.parents to participatethat message to open up the week. Dunn); a neice from Detroit;

the The Rev. J. W. Dunn of this a nephew from Niagara
second week of
city was looked upon in' Falls, numerous relatives
All students who have not bUshed and/or boundary lines school, children who have not
any day except Saturday 0 r Washington, Georgia last and friends.Michael's .
previously registered for Sunday but should be registered changed, were notified of walked to school according
chool should do so Tuesday, by Tuesday. this change in May and must to Safe Walk plans, will be
UGUST 30, James Rice, 3. Pupils who have moved report to the new school on walked home by a Scout. A
the First day of classes training program will be held
irector of welfare and attendance into another school area. Sept.
( for 6. Sept 10 at one or more of'the
Dade County'spublic
'Elementary pupils should report
school system empha- to the school serving It is expected that all police training centers in Kindergarten
(sized. their new home addressesbut pupils will be enrolled and Dade t7 u .
These will include: ened not receive transfers ready to begin classes 14140 NW 23rd Ct.

1. First traders who did from previous schools. Junior Sept. 6, Rice pointed out but
[not register this Spring. These: or senior high pupils should warned that junior and senior Registration Begins Sunday August 14, 1966

[pupils should report with their, go to the school they attendedlast high pupils who have not WMBM 9 o... to 6 p... Doily
J birth certificates at the year or to the school to registered by Sept. 1 may not 1490 On Your Dial
which their records have been attend classes until the
[proper area school. BLANCHE CALLOWAY )Nvrstry ((2yrs.,3 Kindergaretn' ((4 5 yrs,6 )
2. Pupils moving into the sent and receive, a transfer third day following their tardy PRESENTS yrs- yrs yrs
I county since the close of which they shall present on registration. Cant in and Inspect or call for finfomation'
school in June. Elementary or before Tuesday. Registration for most Dade PROGRESS REPORT
Phone: MU 8-8141 school MU 1.4060 residentMr.
students should report Tues- Pupils who will not return County students was com-
day. Junior or senior high 1 to the same schools becausea pleted during Spring registration. 3 Times Daily and Mrs. Gibson' owners and
( school pupils may report on new school has been esta- 8 a.m., 1:55 and 10 p.m. sspervisorsAug. 261

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Dade County educatore art teachers and IS million to Many educators first grade ten program should provide mu.t"Ant to Inarm" said
studying the poailblllty of build new claaaroome whatever the board "an entirely different kind of Mri Judith Block, consultantin
free public kindergarten next lehool officials sold If the* program would They amphaiiiad that they education" the eounty'a John P. Kennedy

fill, |f the School Board d.* the decision to 10 ahead, It'i worth the ooit They not aaklni the school program
oldie that IIIoolln.for mon, not likely that the classroom a growing volume of to offer first irada ,to Kindergarten' "preperea
than 20,000 nv.- ;tlr-oldl could be ready (for the fall that the early years .tr.dh'n."yearolds instead of .11- children for their later development. Both educators agreed that

(I. worth the 001"Admlnl."ltorl of ,,, 67 vial (o i chlld'a later olds, It prepares their kindergarten must provide an
estimate talaetual development to learn in an academic sense environment that allowa email
The board may vote to put Dr. Bi U Wldmer, an ea- when the lime cornea, but
the countywide program will said the school tant profaaaor in the Unl children to experiment
"kindergartens only in schools how
pest M million for the first falllni to meet a of Mleml'a School of first they must learn to axDerlenee"
where la avallabla and they
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million ,to hire additional education before the
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\ To Open During 7966-67 School Year Appointments At FMC

.. Dr. R. W. Pur .' President viriity. Before joining the
I Senlar School for IS of Florida MemorialCollege admlnietratlve staff of Florida
Three High
new million wits "66-67 school year and completion eldind the domain only of
totaling some M \ yeah, announeadtha following Memorial College, ha held
summer are science claim, are locatedIn
open during the ,'U-6? Charles R, Drew Junior language arts and social Colonial Drive la also an administrative appointmintai positions at Arkanaaa State
school 1t1r.Th.r High School, for which the studies areas aa well at usual school The new plant College Savannah, Qa, Bar-
are Miami Kllllir contract Wit awarded Klllian! la a team-teaching school da- Kenneth J. Huinlnk. for- ber-Scotla College, N. C.,
Senior huh, Colonial Drive Pines signed to acoomodata 600 Mississippi state -Collegeand
17, and Whispering In 'language arts, for example mar Dun of the College, ,
Elementary and Kelsey 1... Elementary School, which i ia there Ta a lab for every atudenta has been named Aaaiatant to Bdward Waters College,
Pharr Elementary School scheduled to out for bids three claaerooem Prerecorded gaoh of five learning the President and Director of
Despite construction di- Oct. It. Drew will be built on audloivleual mtailral I.I. la area contains large generalatudy Reaiareh been Mr. Williams Dowena has
) lays, Killian, located at a site at 1101 NW 60th St. la avialable by dialing a central areas, seminar room, Mr. Bowers namedbuaineaa la manager.
10633 SW 97th Ave., will open and whispering Pines will control room and having1 reecaroh lounge (library) and Paul L. Taylor has been Morehouae College a graduate, Atlanta 0,f
for continue Sept 6. Work be located at 11929 SW 19th loped circuit i television fid enclosed courtyarda Principal appointed Dean of Instruction Qa. Ha has
will f on ,the bl|g I Road into the lab, la. Robert Qarwood, who and chairman of the Departmant a M. A. degree In
dlv .Ibl. auditorium sociology from Atlanta University
Miami Klllian, Dadc'a tint "The audiovisual system laat year served at Neva
of Education
Colonial Drive, 10733 8* Taylorla and the Master in
new secondary school In two will handle anything developed King Cooper ElementaryPharr
106th Street ia expected toopen within the next 20 School a graduate of Johnson C. business administration from
f In late fall Plagued by years, la a 30-olaeifoam will Unlverelty Ha hold the New York Unlveralty. Mr.
Elementary baa
plant with a variety of Inno- years or 10, Dr. Feud
Arts from
degree Bowers served the
labor strikes and rain both vatloni. pridictid school without walla, on facultyat
jobs are behind eohedula but the Hartford School of Rillil- Savannah State College,
The will be Moveable cabinet unite will
will be forward aa Dr. William B. Field eupervlaor .- fully divisible "one that from a between our Theological& rom MeComtek Savannah Qa. from 1930 to
possible eml
theypart #
rapidly aa explained of educational fadlltiee will be In use virtually 100 a highly 1962s several years with Internal
Andrew Ferendino, school flexible arrangement, Prrnof- nary The master of Theology Revenue Service, and
pointed out that lube per cent of the time, he declared from
board architect ject area supervisors were balconycan pal will ba deorge Bowker, Pltteburi Theological moat recently aa bualneaa
will ba complete In consulted divided former of seminary and the doctor In
Pharr eloeely throughout be into aUclaaaroome principal Allapattah manager at Bdward Waters
time for eicond-aimiitir planning. I In an effort to ," BI.mentar'llohool. Education from Indiana Unl- College in Jacksonville, Pla
opening and probably In give the building fullest teaching
Principal of Miami Killian
ted December Perendlno utlma- ,potential. of vlrtuany every ia William Byrd, who spent
will configuaratlon-ple shaped last year In a special pro*
gram studying the role of the POR THI
overcrowding at Coral aemi-rectanaular but,
Pirrlne elementariee each la tailored to its limos aehool administrator! priorto KIDDIES INN RIGHT START
Reef and lion," said Dr. ,.lId. that, ha was assistant
and Pharr will take the prlllurl an Riglitretlen New 2)52) NW 64th street
principal at foul lahlaa
once con-
off the Barlington
G.I.IOn Riglitratlen new going Register AtDORA'S
Heights school Temporary en, health certificate
double eeeelona will ba in 7161 NVM6 Avenue required, Trained teach KIDDII
effect for some first and AS 1 1I Cell)
aeoonoVgradera at theee and OUR EDADS--11 69M9J6 "1.6772 en, hot lunches, tram OOLLIQ1
other echoole Parents of Par 'Inferia*

affected children will be I IRING I II Hat lunches Pick up lendcall 691.7911 ..r3141. NOW IN PROCESS
notified by district offices,1 Trala.ee1 Personnel "'. .
Off the drawing boards
for construction during the I- w .- .- .r ... .... .... .... ... -.... .nr ..1 T. H. Turner, Supervise M... Jessie Randolph UHIII

Aua.. -36- Owner end .lu."h.....lTII.rBeaNune'i .

ST. AGN 1$'
KINDIRQARTINHoun7i30am FOR TRAINING !!.' ;'{f,1O, 4 :r r;"':,!\; 1': ft+: .L. ? '>'::', '6 t I!#. *lf. ,;;t !:t'.4 'i; :
NURSES' AIDES tr.' J' "iI"" '\ "<
MEETING l\tI";; : .t
t.5 \ ;
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2310 W, .I; e xi''Ba' "
Floglir Strut r .lt.. ., .
The Liberty City Day Car.Cent.r Tranipartatlanhatmialiand C.II" wrlta farliilarmo* ,' :j r-, jt I\.\ held its first Parents trained pinennil, tloni 4439741 i ""
Teacher Organlaatlon meeting
Thursday, August 11 at the Per Infermatlan, call Morning Classes,
3901 DC.nter, 6709 NW NE ..191 0 or 9 ..11I. ta 12 ,.11.
15th Ave HI 3-2307 Even In a Clanan
Mri Janet Marahall, aaaletant 7 ta 10 ,.11I.
to Mre Leslie Dan- Mrs Jacqueline Rtglitar new far nawclaiiai _
ford was preeent BennyO'Dirry Llvlngitan, Supervise ; ,.
director of theNeighborhood .
Center wee also
a ,UII'. .NS...USSSS.....SODUe/elle/0
Mr. Farrell!, Day Care director
for the Liberty City Day
center, welcomed the parents ANNOUNCING THI OPINING OP
and Introduced the teachere
All of the teachers spoke to

the parents on different St. Paul
phases of the day care program Kludirgartin
Mra. Dean spoke on
"Language and Story Tell- -
Ingi" Mr. Newbold "$ootalis-. ,
inii" Mra Walker, "Claaelfi- August 29, 1966 7:30: A.M.
catlon" and Mr. yarr, "Uei
of Flash Carde" 1876 NW Slit Terrace .

It was pointed out. that we
could beet help the teachers Telephone: 634-3720 (school)

by helping the children at
home and making the PTO a

formidable oraanlaation For further Information calla:
The meeting lasted aboutan
hour, refreshments wen I MRS. McMILLAN, Supervisor, 691-4516
aerved. NURSERY "
The Next PTO meeting ,
wilt be held Thursday, Aug.
25. We are asking all parents KINDERGARTEN
to be preeent at this meeting
ao that offloera for the year

may proposed be clubs oraanlaid formed.and the ; ATTENTIONI ATTINTIONI! ATTINTIONI! PRIMARY GRADES h

CENTER .li healing Its nglitratlin 3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACE

PLACEi, 2500 SW 50th Street

OINTIRVILLAKINDIIiGARTIN DATEi. August 24, 25, 29, 30, 31 Telephone. NE 4-4308

TIMEi, 9>.00 ..1I1t t. 12 naen

SS61 H.W. 17TH AVENUE Infermatlan call 6342993 NA 4.7415 If""naoniwir Visit ui or call for dltall.r .

CIRTIPIID PERSONNEL call 757-1147 .6964974, Mrs. I, JesMe.n Mesley,

HOT LUNCHES IMedern end' Att'lItin Pnllltlee Mederete. Owner'Svperviser
Retee fllelent Perienne Ieleneed. end
PICKUP SERVICE Ameetlvely Prepared. Meele IneellentTrens.
Since your ehll I...en deserve the very kilt, lit
IIIT7NORIN-I002 them have the advantage tf this wheleieme en-
I virenmenh

Mri. R. I. Copeland, Sup t 4 .


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August,26,1966 17
w- nine days, Keino insisted the mile is not his distance.He l

Spearing with........,*! p'fit said he intends to go for longer events.
His thinking in part rested on his slow starts.
His second two laps Saturday were two seconds faster Looking the >"
than his first two and his first 220 yards in 31
seconds were his slowest of the race.
All this left Chris Chataway, former 3,000-meter SPORTSWORLD I.

champion writing in the Sunday Times, calling Keino's n Y
triumph "perhaps the most astonishing mile race in
BY HARRY SPEAR athletics history."
"What a race it would have been if Ryun had -4

beentthere," wrote B. C. Fairall in the Sunday Tele-
BOXING DRAWING LARGE CROWDS !AT BEACH graph, "for there was no one to push the Kenyan BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over ,

Since Al Jones, the sensational Goulds heavy- along."

weight, has taken over the limelight at the Beach MIAMI DOLPHINSIn THOMAS OWENS AMBITIONS LIKE BEACONSFOR
Auditorium, crowds have been piling in there. In hid
haven't heard the new Miami Dol- ATHLETES
case you NEGRO
at the Beach close
last appearance to 3OOOboxinR
phins of the American Football League have one spe-
fans saw one of the best heavyweight fights in Situations such faced Owen Thomas
years. cial dolphin whose name doesn't appear on the roster. as a Negro
His opponent, Feff Davis, lost the fight on a split It's none other than Flipper, the real, live dolphin of rookie guard trying to make the New York Giants pro
decision. It was so close the fight could have gone TV fame. Flipper will be located in a tank behind the ranks, are typical of what is churning up in the mindsof
either way. If a draw was rendered it would have done end zone at the Orange Bowl, and his main jobs will similar rookies on ,all professional teams Americanand
both fighters justice. As we all know, it goes on rec- located in tank behind the end zone at the Orangebe National leagues. { ,
ord as a loss for Davis. Both boys put every bit of

energy in the fight. They hardly let up all thru the to retrieve the football after field goal attempts, Thomas, who showed off his athletic ability at
the ten rounds. When the last round was over, they and to soar into the air following each Dolphin touch- New Mexico State, was completely overlooked by the
were good and tired.In down. and free the New
pro scouts signed as a agent by
this writer's opinio a rematch would be a However, Miami public relations consultant York Giants.
Julian Cole has another trick up his sleeve that may :
great drawing card. What do you fight fans say? aid the Dolphins defensively.Says .
Let me hear from you. Cole: "I'm training Flipper to stick his head Since that time he has been busying his 6 foot-

Chris Dundee put together one of his best showsin out of the tank when the other guys are in scoring 250 pound body trying against great odds to prove
many a moon. If this is kept up. Chris will have no range and stare at the visiting quarterback." that determination coupled with will-power can accomplish -

worries about his boxing promotions. He is also promoting great feats.
shows at Me lbourbe.VETERANS' .
Not more than three weeks from now coaches will

"I I Don't Believe In be passing final judgment on who will comprise the
BOXERS ASSOCIATION RING NO. 31 40-man squad they will call their team for the season

Jinxes:" Bob Hayes -Owen Thomas is sure he will be one.Thomas' .
At its first annual meeting of the fiscal year
1967, new officers were elected to head the Veteran -
Bob Hayes,the world's fas- twinkle when he thinks of
Boxer's Association of South Florida eyes opportunities -
Ring No. 31. test human,proved conclusively
as follows: this week in Dallas, Texas, the Negro athlete is presently enjoying,
Gil Strong, president; Sam Biller, Sam that he does not believe in I especially in football; but his awareness of the great
ident, Benny Nabora, second vice president; Jackie jinxes by smashing his way to competition sharpens with the same thought.
victory in exhibition games of ttt There is for Owen Thomas
always a spot a good ,
Crowder, third vice president; Marie Castricone,
the National Football League. I
let's hope that many of them find it.
treasurer; Danny Canto and Billy White, sargeants-at-
arms. Coach Tom Landry of the
Cowboys is reported to have
Newly elected president, Gil Strong, started in said in substance, before the I CLAY SEEKS MINISTERIAL DEFERMENT
boxing 46 years ago when he campaigned as an ama- season started, that a fellow
teur and professional boxer for several years startingin who makes a big show in his Hayden Covington, Cassius Clay's legal repre-
1920. In 1926 he became a New Jersey Police Offi- rookie season can expect to S sentative, said that after missing the boat on how to
cer, retiring in 1955 after 29 years on the force. Dur- in have the his oppostion sophomore key on him. I win a deferment from the Army, the champ finally got
ing this period he remained active in boxing organizing year. I on the right track, now that he is seeking a ministerial
They would know all about
I deferment be minister Black
of the
claiming to a
Police Atgletic League tourneys and Golden him then and he could expectto
Glove teams. During a lenghty period, he was in be couble-teamed. He was i Muslim religion.
charge of all boxin g activities for the three branchesof facing the sophomore jinx. Clay has stretched out a string of appeals for
the Newark Boy's Club in New Jersey. He had teamsin Hayes has caught 12 to 15 I. over six months to stay out of the army;his Louisville
passes for 212 ,yards scoring draft board recently turned down his appeal as a con-
Golden Glove competition for 12 yearsand was
three touchdowns in exhibi-
coach of the for Golden scientious objector, and that gave vent to the newest
Eastern New Jersey team tion games this year. "I ,; 'R e, I +Ae
Glove Tournament of Champions competition for four missed two and the other was attempt as a Black Muslim minister.

years. Brother of well known New Jersey fighter too low to catch," Hayes

Johnny Strong, Gil has been in Miami since 1955 train- apologized."I .
ing and managi ng fighters. don't believe in jinxes,"
the ex-FAMU great said. 4J n Arthur Ashe, the first Negro to make it big in
BASEBALL SHOTS "and even if they put three a. i tennis, has strong expectations for bringing home the
as they have thus
men on me
far, I'll do as well as ever. I.4R 4 ;! U.S. Davis Cup this year.
Frank Robi n son, star outfielder for theBaltimoreOriole Besides, if they keep doing Ashe has asked for and was granted inactive duty

and Willie Mays "Mr. Baseball" himself, are that another receiver will be .--_..._ ---_._-_._------ from the army so he could participate in the Davis Cup
still swinging away in the home run division. Frankis free to make the touchdowns." tennis matches.
leading in American League andWillie has hit the Last year Hayes,the world caught 46 passes for 1,003 Ashe will join the Davis,Cup team after his six-
record holder in the 100yarddash yards-one of the few men
most home runs in the National League of all times, in 9.1 and Olympic ever to hit the 1,000 mark, week training period in Cleveland.
535. He says he is not looking to beat Babe Ruth Games sprint champion, especially a rookie.
record, but trying to help win ball games and the pen- L
nant for the San Francisco Giants.
The Amazing Sandy Houfax and the most improv-

pitcher of the year, Gaylord Perry of the National p }
League, are the first two pitchers to win 20 games.

Marlins are still fighting for first place in the I"Operation
Florida State League at the time of this writing. They
play the league leading St. Pete team in two games.If .
they win both they will come home a tie for first Walk". .

place. '- ; Teach your Jf

real meaning of

Thursday and Friday, August 25-26, Orlando at "BE CAREFUL"

7:30 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, August 27-28, Day- Sponsored by:
tona Sat. at 7:30 and Sun. at 6:30 p.m. Let's turn out Safety Council Dairy Council, PTA

for this stretch drive.
Last Saturday night Southeast Florida Dairy
Night crowd to attend a game this
was the largest
Hetrtune-Cookman College Headcoach Jack. "Cy" McClairen "beats his own
year. There .was close to 4,000. Not bad for a minor Join theNAACP drum" as he places a "wildcats Bumper Sticker" on his car. The stickers, a part
league cluo. 'The way the Marlins are playing now' of the season campaign, are being distributed by the Public Relations Fffice to
it's like watching a major league club ball. That s BCC supporters along with 'season tickets on sale at the Public Relations Office
covering a lot of territory and I don't mdan maybe, In through August 20th. Coach McClairen announced his football players will report
this league it seems the teams have to beat the um- for physical examinations August 23rd. Drills will begin September 1st.

pires and the' worst to be seen in ages. Even the .. --- -- .
scouts who attend these games are of the same

opinion. RomanceBEGINS ,;


London's ,track fans were raving today about; SEE "MR. JACK"

Kipchoge Keii>o's second fastest mile in history, but ROMAWINE STYLES FOR FOR ALL AGES

it only left Keino disdaining the mile for longer races. Th Very l.at..t In Mn' Fashions
Racing no serious competition, the cop HATS '
from Kenya still kicked up his heels for a 3.53.4 mIleat ITALIAN SHOE

the British Games Saturday. Only Jim Ryun, has 19- 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida I III'
of Kansas,
year-old freshman at the University
done better, 3:51.3, a pending world record. Its Delicious .....
'3ut' despite his third mile under four minutes in


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; BEAUTY SALONFor ..................,...I..............&1..................

the best work In Air condition and heat 1340 NW 83 ST. CENTRaL !AIT 1 :CONDITION:
town, come by Doris,
Vera and Odessa Bring No Children 3 full bedrooms, 2 full tile boths. Truly differentin

your wigs, hairpiecesand See daily before 7 p.m. M design. Fully built kitchen with oven, range,
yourself. We styleto hood fan and dish washer, oak floor, garage.
please you. $22,500 with liberal terms. No qualifying.
2686 NW 62nd St. 2100 NW 68 ST. 2 HOUSES

Corner, 2 lots, $1,000 cash, down, no qualifying
or red tope, $90 monthly balance $12,000 total.

TWO LOTS This solid CBS can be 3 bedrooms, 2 bath tor your,
large family or duplex for income. Terms arranged.

)\t'i $17,000 Total Price 141 NW 50 STREET HOME AND APT.
Custom-built CBS resident. Main house has 3
\ $700 Down Payment
sleeping room, IK bath, full dining, built-in
Allapottoh Area bedrooms, one bath, CBS. Wall to wall
kitchen, oven and range, garage, tile roof and
HERBERT LEE SIMON, Realtor 633-2653 carpeting, fenced, well garage, formica patio, separate and private.Complete 1 bedroomapt.
drain board, family room, large front porch, Rented will help pay your monthly payment.

vinyl covered kitchen, air condition and heat 5561 NW 9 AVENUE $11,900 TOTAL
stove, freezer, corner lot.
gas CBS, 2 bedroom, oak floors, tile roof, $1 000
c FHA County Tax Only down, no qualifying red tape. Owner will hold
):, IN THE HEART OF ALLAPATTAH Price $14,500. 14801 Polk Street, Richmond first mortgage, $89 monthly.,
Heights, Fla. Telephone 2359908.
\ $8950 TOTAL PRICE 2 baths, modem CBS, terms to be arranged.
$80 A MONTH isiiin minis iissssiiisiiiiisisssisisnsisisisiiiChas. _
; Newly painted, new floors, large apartments or Modern CBS BeautySee
can be used as one large apartment. NO QUALI S. FoNtaia Realtor

OWNER: 633-2664 OR 444-0353 (NITES) $400 down. $74 month. No closing cost. No 6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511

extra charges. $12,000 total price.

Owner 758-8749 MOVE IN TODAY

Brand New HomesTRADE
: Homes-Move In Now
3 bedroom, like brand new, corner.fenced, Right
carport, $250 down $65 mo. Hurry on this! YOUR OLD HOUSE OR LOT
Mr. Marvin
HI 4-8133 NIGHTS & SUN. 235-2748 4122 NW II PLACE PAY LIKE RENT
.bedrooms oak floors porch., carport, ,.
breakfast area. $500 down. MOVE IN., 2156 NW 47th Terrace $25'week

1876 NW 51 STREETCBS 2180 NW 47th Terrace $25 week

like new, carport, tile roof, oak floors,
66th week
3155 NW Street $25
$750 down. $72 month. MOVE IN.

2 bedroom plus Fla room, partly furn. $69 month. 1762 NW 152 STREETCBS
$200 DOWN NO QUALIFYING 2 bedroom, fenced awnings, best deal in FORD REAL TV,INC. Broker
2318 NW 99th TERRACE town. $74 month.
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
2 bedroom plus front screened porch, partly furn. $79 mo.
$300 DOWN \J[
9555 NW 25th AVENUE START PACKING *f ............ 9!

Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, corner, hardwood floors, "

fenced yard.WILSON REALTY. 691-6166 Owner 758-8749 i KING SIZE BUYS :




Best ,Buys in Town Buy A Home Today! A 2 bedroom, screened 1451 NW front 88 STREET porch, carport, wanted AT 4

area. FHA terms. A
...*........................ < TRADE IN YOUR OLD HOUSE OR LOT e 8811 NW 15 AVENUE o

OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M. ((1)) 1360 NW 51 Terr. $300 down, $76 mo. i2 bedroom, Fla room, enclosed garage, fenced 4
.1342 NW 30 STREET 4 bedroom, 2 baths, op. 2 bedroom, CBS home with Fla.| room. Y large lot and other extras. FHA. $13,000. Af
pliances, air condition, bus city water .
schools. ((2)) 17310 NW 33 Ct. $700 down. 3 bedroom,
screened in patio & pool furni- 840 NW 85 STREET t
3 BEDROOM CORNER. $75 mo. pays all. Appliances ture too. some + 2 bedroom, Fla room, refrig., stove, air cond., T
separate wash house, fenced carport, FHA terms, no closing cost. .
$$11,000. $250 down. ((3)) 8431 NW 22 PI. ,- Move right in. Beautiful :
house 2325 NW 89 STREET .
no qualifying.
2 BEDROOM. $8.300. Tile roof, dining room, A Lovely 2 bedroom, A
carport sprinkler
utility room. $60 mo. pays all. ((4)) 2279 NW 81 St. $450 down. $74 month, only $12,500.
2 BEDROOM. $18 MO. Dining room, appliances, nice 2 bedroom, CBS home. :
garage, $300 down. $12,800 total. ((5)) 8458 NW 14 Ave. Duplex. $70 month. A 8800 NW 14 AVENUE o

NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedroom, dining room, $250 down, live rent free. frntl'J bedroom, large Flqro. ., garage, y
appliances, $11,600 total, $1000 down. $87DUPLEX. ((6)) 1390 NW 87 St. $300 down. $88 month. fenced. Only 13000. .

ma.y 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, Fla room. 4 1470 NW 88 STREET f

$12,500. 2 bedroom & 1 bedroom, air t. *''tYOUR, ,CHOICE:-".S$ $100 ,DOW.**? -*.$ A 2 bedroom, Fla room, air condition, rugging, 4
condition tile roof down.
appliance, $300 ;- appliances, garage, sprinkler system, FHA 4
$81 month. MOVE IN 0 ',' e terms. Y
2160 NW 76 St.$22week ," 4 2365 NW 89 TERRACE .
DUPLEX. $12,500. 1 bedroom each side. 2 carports ,: ,, 8130
NW 16
,,2 utility rooms,appliances, $300 do. 3150 NW-56 St3r$22 week 4 >
3060 t 3 bedroom, no qualifying, low down .
NW 55 St.ft: ,$25, week' o payment.


FORD Open 7 Days a Week A

42M NW '7li: ,A" 'KI-555 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 JJJ 8000 NW 1 AYE 1V,.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 26, 1966 19 .

Male or female. Day care

qualifying. 2 bedroom, 1 school bus driver. Part-time. News

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.25. 50 bath, furn. home. 5921 SW C..H 758-4791 James B. Scott

FOR ADDITIONAL WORD 62nd St. 113x113 lot. Conven- Community Assoc. 4901 NW .

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS[ WEDNESDAY NOON ient to all transp. $1500 down. 7th Ave. Call today 9 to 5 i An important change In'

$74 month. Call 444-8748 Monday thru Friday. the social security law In

SALE Thurs., Fri. Sat. 1966 will mean cash bene-
FOR FOR SALE ......... -------
FOR SALE ---- over
fits for persons
assist in animal hos many
Man to
units only $10,000- Wish to sell house, stock of who have
CBS 72 age
pour 4 Bedroom Beautiful NW 25th years
2 Baths CBS pital. Apply 2101
month. Small down,make frame, two bedroom, bath, not worked under social sec
$100 and live rent free. Conveniently located, perfectfor FHA 820 NW 14th St. Open living room, dinnette, two Ave. This announcementwas

money.73.7973 or HI 4-8004. large family, only $400 Sunday 2 to 6, come see this closing proches. $5,000 ------- urity.made today by Mr. Ed

623 NW 27th Street down, $13,000 total. This lovely bath home 2 bedrooms, 1 cash sale. No mortgage. Secretaries and Typists. Must ward P. Blonston, managerof

lovely home has excellent with a beautiful Fla. 1649 NW 69th Terr. Interview have top .skills, be accurate the North Miami, Florida

243Q NW 89th Terrace floor plans, large living room, room$14,600 you will FHA.love this. Total Sunday 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and fast. Excellent salaries, social security office. Mr.
A must
bedroom CBS freshly de- separate dining room with see. 6961106. promotions, benefits. Send Blonston went on to say that
2 Drive by anytime then call .,
carpet, large fenced meA
yard ------ to Box No. 20 The
corated inside and out. All with nice Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751- resume the amount of this special
Bar-B-Q, and shuffle
Beautiful Home Delux
Miami Times. Aug. 26.
rooms large size. Barrel tile board. 2243. payment will vary depend
Truly an excellent
3 large bedrooms 2 tile
awnings, carport, front --- whether the personis
roof, ing on
value. Kaiser & Lee -----
Realtors, baths plus guest apt. with Ladies, address cards and and
and back porches. $12,000 a man or women
7-4588. 845 NW 84th
St. built-in kitchen large Fla. calls.
with $400 down and $72 mo."-::_ accept phone Salary. whether married or un-
--- FHA, 2 bedroom 1 bath withhuge
---- i room, sprinklers in large, Write M&M Co. 1535 N. 19thSt. "
(Vets $100 down). Life Realty married. "A man, he said,
4932 NW 7th Arcola Card ens screened Fla room, corner lot. Near bus, stores Philadelphia Pa. Sep. 2
Broker, Ave. fully carpeted, only $12,500 "will get $35.OOeachmonth.
A Neat Home and schools. Good for home
9-4371. Open nites and
PL who is single, di-
$400 down and $87 mo. --------- A woman
and income for
775 NW'84th Terr or a larg e
Sundays. all. Open sun. 2 to 6. This isa MISCELLANEOUSSigns vorced or widowed will get
This is an exceptional well family that want a nice home.
---- good buy, drive by then Full about' of all kinds, wall, $35.00 a month also. A
kept 2 bedroom price $20,000
2 Bedroom 1V4 Baths CBS CBS, con- whose hus-
call me anytime. A. Ben-Kori, windows, truck lettering, original married woman
veniently located $3,000 down. call now to ins-
Fla. and enclosed rear
Large room 751-2243. oil paintings,reasonable.Vic band has qualified for the
'yard with nice pect. Tip Top Realty, 754-
front porch make this ideal patio and Lewis $30.000 a month payment
------ Signs, 5673 NW
BarBQpit, reverse cycle 0483..E, Harry Denny, Realtor. "
fora large family.Utility room, air conditioner, large out- $400 Down $75.67 Mo. n_______ 7th Ave. 7543762. Sep. 16 will get $17.50 a month.
and carport. Awnings, Mr. Blonston pointed out
garage side 3 bedrooms
utility room, total price large carport,
air-conditioner and appli- ... that this special payment
----- ---
school $100 down.
$12.500 good terms. Mr. and near and all trans- Anyone. Vets or
ances go with this house. Kindergarten would not be made to per-
worker driver
Mrs. Karsh on premises. portation. Kaiser & Lee Real- non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 ,
Double lot, fenced area, and kitchen helper, 35-40. sons now qualified for social
Kaiser & Lee Realtors, PL tors. PL 7-5488. y bedroom CBS homes like new age will
and many fruit trees. FHA Call 691-7796. A ug26 security benefits. Neither
7-4588. ----- Only $100 down and from
Price $14,000 with $450 down $63 a payment be made to per-
.. Split Level month -----
-- -- --- pays all. One (1) mor _
for other
and $87.74 month. (Veterans sons qualified any
1300 NW 90th STREET Canavena Lake Estate tgage. Call now to
$100 down). at Life fare for children in my governmental penslonwhlch
Drive by, then call Mitzi to Completely and tastefully beautiful homes
Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. today. E. Pick up and delivery. Call Is equal to or greater than
see this truly attractive com- furn. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with Harry Denny R ealtor
PL 9-4371. Open eves & Sun. Tip 691-1954 or 696-3860. the payment he would get
pletely and tastefully furn. large Fla room and oversize Top Realty 754-0483. under this special law. If his
------ --
------ -- split level 3 bedroom, 2 garage, central heat and 3 air is less

2 Bedroom Large Fla Room bath, CBS with large Fla. conds. well, pump and sprink government pension
2840 NW 11th Ave.CBS, large than his payment under the
room and oversize garage, ler system for the care of a
utility and dining room. Tile central heat and three air beautiful landscaped lot withrelaxing FOR RENT FOR RENT special law, social security

roof, awnings, carport. Air conditioners, well, pump and patio,built-in !Bar-B- Room for single working man will make up the difference.have

conditioners wall to wall sprinkler system for the care Que. Near school, shoppingand in nice private home. Call, 2 bedroom homes with "Persons who ap-
for health insurance under -
and FHA
drapes. price
carpet of a beautiful landscapedlot
all transportation. Call 757-4149. 944 NW 49th St.
only $11,700 with $400 down with relaxing patio, builtin MMitzie PL 7-4588. sleeping porch. Partly social security will not
and $75.86 mo.(Vets $100 do.) Bar-B-Q. Near school, furnished. $23. need to put in a new claim",

Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW shopping and all transportation. ------ Fum. Men said Mr Blonston. "Social
rooms. preferred.
New 4 bed., 2 bath home ..Forsale 3045 NW 58th STREET touch with
7th Ave. PL 9-4371.Openlate Kaiser & Lee Realtors. builder. $500 down. 1430 NW 68th St. security get
and Sundays. PL 7-4588. them for any additional In-
$113 per month pays all. 4453524NO which be
formation may
------ Newly painted 1 bed. duplex,
----76 "t 44th See this beauty at 1430 NW
St. the claim
CBS Corner nice yard. $22 weekly. Call needed to complete
152nd Terr phone 945-686;2
or "
2 bedrooms plus huge Fla $400 down,$11,500 total Low Indf. Dixie Rental Agency, 226- for payments,

rooms and enclosed front monthly payments, home plus 5036 or 633-2429.

porch make this just right for income Lovely 2 or 3 bed- ------ CLOSING COST !EARN

a big family. Utility room, & room home witn extra 1 bed- CBS Duplex only $400 down 6748 NW 17th Place. 1 bed.
with minimum house fum. immediate $250 EXTRA HONEY
Tile roof room cottage
carport. jalousie
$76 month, 1 mortgage, :2 nice I
$60 month income. You 2 bedroom CBS wttfi
windows, air cond., large cor- must occupancy. Ket at rear house. To buy'a.homeIt
see this value to really ap- pts. on large fenced yard,I enclosed FHA
ner lot with many fruit trees. Weekly $22. Call owner Daily porch, start children's education *
preciate its worth. Kaiser & near everything, good income Ideal lo*
444-6116 evenings HI 8- ont mortgage,
FHA price $13,000 with $400 fund
Lee Realtors, PL 7-4588. property or home and I
down). Life Realty, Broker 2824. cation..
------- I
income, live rent free. Cal To pay off debtsOr
4932 NW 7th ,,vet PL 9-4371. 1041 NW 87th. Street now. 7540483. E. Harr r "':- $350 DOWN savingsaccount

Open eves & Sundays Custom-built.; Exceptionally Denny, Tip Top Realtors, 2 'bedroom house. '7540977. NO QUALIFYING ,, even start a
-------- designed 3 bedroom, 2 month home
Huge 2 bedroom CBS bath with tremendous screen- ----- Room. One or two working $95 nice to Drive a cob full or part

Custom Fla. has television persond, private home, 633- live in plus home for in
room ed Fla room over looking $100 down. Anyone. Vets or tl... Interesting work as
built-in. Full size din- 7998. come. Good Allopattah
water. Total price only non Vets. Like
new 2-3-4 I you art meeting new people
ing and utility rooms. Tile $23,000 good terms arranged.. ;Bedroom CBS homes like new' with modern location. IIZILBERTAXI .
Nicely fum. room
roof, jalousie windows. Largelot John A. Pirie on premises. Only $100 down and from $63 1 bathroom, also cooking facilities ALLAPATTAH
with sprinkler system. Kaiser & Lee Realtors PL
month pays all. One (1) mor REALTY
(men only) Call
down FHA Price and$15,500$83.81 with month.$500 7-5488. tgage. Call now to see these 1452. 35)7 NW 17 Avenue I 1025 W..FJogl.r Strtet
----- "d.f
beautiful homes today. E.
-- ---
------ 633.0426
(Vets $100 down). Key at COZY 3 BEDROOM
Harry Denny R ealtor.: Tip $20 per week. Five room unCum.
Life Broker NW
Realty' 4932 $400 down. The total priceis
Top Realty 7540483. 2229 NW 60th St.
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open only 13000. This is .
'----- --- -
eves and Sundays. truly a lovely home in very
----... -- convenient location. Se- 'Light wood dinette set, antique Middle age or elderly lady
':I spool bed, umbrella for companion and to share
3 Bedroom l'/j Baths parate dining room,
clothesline pole, 6 ft. ladder, home with elderly lady. SpecialsOPEN
Large Fla fenced yard
room, utility room, porch, awnings iishes and misc. 8117 NW Phone 6911690.
custom kitchen with built-in and other extras, hardwood
13th Ave. After 5 on Thurs. ------
stainless tile roof. Kaiser &
stell stove, oven & floors,
and Fri. All Day Sat. & Sun. Liberty Oty area. 3 bed. apt.
double sink. PL 7-5488.
wall to wall Lee Realtors, AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
------ $2250. Located between Liberty -
carpet. 100x140 corner lot -----
By owner, NW home, 5 rooms, City and Brown Sub area.
with fence. FHA price on this 3 Bedroom CBS 151 NW 48 STREET

freshly decorated CBS only Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. 935 I plus utility room, awnings, FIRST TIME OFFERED
double inspection invited -
garage nice 1 bed. apt. fume
$13,000 with $400 down and NW 84th Terr. FHA $15,000. \ for appointment call Real
$78.80 only $450 down. Vets $200, $20 all utilities. Call Mickins Large 3 bedroom CBS home, jaloulse porch, 2
month. (Vets $100 do) 757-6507.
Life Realty, Broker, 4932 and payments of $106 per mo. Rental Agency. NE 4-0500. car garage, extra large rooms, plus 1 bedroom
'-------- -
NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open pays all. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 'Bight cottage units, near ------ garage apt. Fine for large family. A-1 condition.

evenings & Sundays. huge FI a. room with loads of 'Edison High. $500 down. Nice bedroom in a private $16,000 total. FHA terms. No closing cost.
closet space, dining room, home, hot and cold water.
----- home Owner will take 2nd mortgage. Ph: NE 4-2264, 2491 NW
utility room
No Qualifying I carport, :all Mrs. Cobb 624.3477, 59th street. OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
Move right in to this Al1apa1ttah has just been painted thru j((66-1495. Martin, Realtor.
CBS. 2 bedrooms I out. This is wonderful for 1440 NW 89 STREET
large "....;.------ fjice 2bd.CS apt. $22.

Fla room, city water, city large anytime family .Call, A. on Ben this"Kori to, heap; furniture. Chair Nice small 2 bedr. duplex. Very nice CBS home, carport, jalousie porch,
sewage, modem interior, ;Realtor, 751-2243. li able, electric stove, rug, $19.50 tile roof, reverse cycle air conditioner, wall to

appliances, lame vard.. closeto __________ d incite set, small desk. 758- 2 bdr house (rear) $21.00 wall carpet.$300 down. FHA. County taxts only.
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schools:but and right nextto $87 Months Pays A''! 6424. 130 NW 49th St. Nice 1 bdr CBS apt. $17.50 75x110 lot.
Reasonabledown total FHA, only $400 Nice 1 bdr duplex $19.00
----- ---
payment and $85 mo. LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY .....

Pays all. Life Realty, Broker, down and $87 mo. pays all, $100 down. Anyone. Vets or 2020 NW 62nd Street

4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. for this lovely 2 bedroom, 1 non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 Call 633-7809 ALSO SEE US FOR THESE

Open eves & Sundays. bath CBS, this is fully carpeted CBS homes like
Jbedroom new.
------- utility room, home has Only $100 down and from $63 For rent or will trade main- 1. Near Edison, High. 2 bedroom, CBS, tilt roof, $250

Move Right In air codnition, beautifully cleanin month pays all. One (1) mor tenance work for rent. '1 bed- down FHA. No. closing cost. Nice big lot.
No Qualifying cecorated, tgage. Call now to see these room duplex, fum. Ideal for
and out, it's a honey, home fenced yard, Patio
Lovely ,,
2. No qualifying. ,
week. 1912
jovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath, decorated. beautiful homes today. E. batchlor. $18

CBS home like new condition.Low Open child's Sun.room 2 to, fully 6 p.m., 810 NW Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip NW 86th Terr. Phone Rear, well pump, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA mortgage already -

down 'payment. See At: 84th St. Call anytime, A. Top Realty, 754-0483. 7512243. plactd. County taxes only.
SW 62nd Avenue. Call -------

Broker, Martin M. Berney, Ben-Kori, Realtor- 7512243. -------- Downtown area. 1 bedroom, 3. Mo' Qualifying, CBS home, tile roof, tilt kitchen,

624-6983. --- Homes for sale NW. Waterfrontby fun. $18 and furn. effcy. $13.
$12.500 cycle air conditioner, drapes wall to
--- FHA owner, deal direct and reverse *
-No-Qualifying- 2 bedroom, CBS, 1 bath, Fla save FHA. 3 bedroom large NE4-0500.Call Mickins Rental Agency, wall carpet. Only $9,500 total. Low down payment.

3 bedroom, 1 bath, closed room, stove, refrig. 8740 then call NW lot. 9251 Little River Blvd. ............

15th Ave. Drive by 7544843. Open to brokers. --------
Porch, refinished low down '
me to see. Fourroom, burn or unfurn.$16week

Payment.. Call See Broker at 1924, Martin NW 50thSt. M. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 7512243. Table, chairs and refrig.. utilities, incl. can be OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

Berney ----- Phone' 7592314. 6941 NW 4th used as 2 bed. 653 NW 271 h HOMES FOR
: 624-6983. Beautiful Plus St. 373-7973. HI 48004. CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA

----- Gorgeous huge 2 bedroom, 2 Ave.---- '$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Ideal Office for Building dentist bath, CBS home, plus beauti- Deep freezer, elec. stove, 3 HELP WANTED DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY .
tiful 1 bedroom, one bath compartment, disk sink, large

lawyer, small manufacturing, rear. Live rent free in this ice box, sofa bed for sale Butcher, full time and part-
615 NW brand 60th new St.building Total, lavish home so large youwon't ,,easonable. Phone: PL 4-7671 time. 1466 NW 62nd st. No EDISON REALTY, Realtors

Gotal price calls.
believe it. ---- phone
price $17,800. $2,500 down. $18.000 FllA- $800 down. Sewing machines, Reasonablenew 751-2441
62nd St.
Very good 175 N.W.
terms, rear storage -
Drive by
1875 NW 90th St. case, motor control and Male or female.
buildingplenty paved driver.
to see anytime.A. complete. $14.85. Call
call light
then me OX 6-7976.
Call Ben-Kori, night shift.
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751- 751-6186. Day or
R tor. 751-2243.

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\ 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 26, 1966

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r>?:' l' : Byi Norman Jones TOP 50

WHAT IS BLACK POWER Working In the Coal Mine Lee Dorsey Amy of school-age children. School
,/ There are many meanings of "Black Power" as Blowing in the Wind Stevie Wonder Tamala The United officials from Syracuse, New
few of the 3.World of Fantasy 5 Stairsteps Windy-C States Commission on Civil York will
I, there are people. We will give a capsule Warwick Mercury testify regardingthe
4.1 Wanna Be With You Dee Dee -
Rights announced today that
definitions of as expressed by Soul steps they have taken to-
), black power 5.How Sweet It is Jr. Walker it will conduct a two-day
I people through the years. 6.Money Won't Change You James Brown King hearing in Rochester, New racial ward solving isolation the in problems the public of
BlaCk Power is simply the collective effort of a 7.1 Believe I'm Gonna Make it LewisAtlantic Joe Tex Dial I York, Sept. 16-17. The hear- schools of that city. Remedial -
8.Make Me Belong to You9.I'm Barbara ing will be in the hall of Jus-
work for
group bound together by common to Waiting Joe Hinton Backbeat steps in other New York
tice, Civic Center Plaza.
their best interests. Stateicities.
10.Baby, I Love You Jimmy Holiday Minit The purpose of the hearing
Black Power is tilling the field and harvesting 11.You Can't Hurry Love The Supremes Motown will be to collect information in addition to examiningthe
f the cotton, sugar cane and tobacco from sunup to sun- 12.Land of 100 Dances Wilson Pickett Atlantic concerning the effects of racial effects of racial isolationon
down for three hundred years without a coffee break. 13.I've Got to Love Somebody's Baby-Johnny TaylorStax isolation on pupils in pupils in public schools,
14.In the Middle of a Heartache Ruby Winters Diamond the hearing will emphasize
i # Black Power is a Dessalines, L'Overture, publicly-supported schools,
15.Without a Reason Janit & The Jay's Parrot solutions-the steps taken by
tI" according to William L. Tay-
rl Christophe, defeating the proud French armies off 16.Have Fun Ann Cole Roulette lor, staff director of the Com- school officials to deal with
\ Napoleon striking the first blow for freedom in the 17. Little Darling Marvin Gaye Tamala sion. The hearing will also the problems of racial isola-
,1, \ New World. 18.1 Worship the Ground You Walk On-JimrnyHughes Fame seek to appraise steps takenIn tion in the classroom. Such
\li tl Black Power is the rhythm of the drums echoing 19.Ain't Too Proudl to Beg/You'll Lose a Precious Love the Rochester area to deal measures as open enrollment,
through the Rain Forest in the deepest Congo, the The Temptations, Gordy with racial isolation in pub- busing and the involvement of
\ sensous Wedding Feast Dance in a Watusi Village. 20.You'll Never Ever Know Fontella Bass Checker lic schools, Taylor added. of surburban communities that
21.My Sweet Potato/Booker Loo Booker T. Stax Among those testifying at enroll inner city school children -
Black Power is the ring of ax and saw upon the 22. Hoochie-Chooie Man Jimmy Smith Verve the Rochester hearing will be into suburban schools
virgin woods as black hands feed the maws of saw- 23.Lman Loves TWO Little Milton Checker school officials and teachers will be examined.
) mills for lumber to build America. 24.Got to Draw the Line Darrow Fletcher Groovy -
Carla Thomas Stax
Black Power is the roar of the blast furnaces 25.BABY
.t' 26.Just A Little Bit of Soul-Steve Colt and the 45's RCA
: as ebony-hued arms of steel swing rhythmically feeding -
\ 27. Love Attack James Carr Goldwax COLOR AND BLACK TV
i: c the fiery stomachs to forge the sinews of war to 28. Pow City Freddie Scott Marlin

defeat the enemies of freedom and democracy. 29. This Must End Impressions ABC STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
f\ Black Power is the slave insurrections as led 30. Dreamers Hall of Fame Jeb Stuart Eureka

). by Cato, Denmark Vesey, Nat Turner and other slaves 31.The Beat Major Lance -Okeh
32. Looking Solomon Burke Atlantic
\ to seek their freedom as other freedom loving men
3 3.1 Swear by the Stars Above Ben E. King At c 0
have done since the dawn of history. 34.Day Tripper Vontastics St. Lawrence
't ? Black Power is Doric Miller leaving the pots 35.Knock On Wood Eddie Flody Stax

and pans in the galley coming up on deck and manning 36. Pretty Girls Blues BustersBra 379-7735
37.U You Ask Me Jerry Williams Call a
'guns against the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor by the
38. Beauty is Only Skin Deep The Temptations Gordy
: t Japanese. 39.Sticky, Sticky Bobby Harris Shout 846 HW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
,t Black Power is the batting average of the Pitts- 40.Your Love Cot's the Power Bobby Moore Whit

; bugh Pirates. 41.1 Got to Handle It CapitolsKarens
Black Power is the trumpet of Louie Armstrong, 42.The Stars O Ocapello's Checker
4 3. poverty' Bobby-Blue Bland-Duke
the tenor sax of Coleman Hawkins.
44.1 Chose to Sing the Blues Ray CharlesRCA AUTO INSURANCE
Black Power is the Crispus Attucks attacking
45. Pleasin Women Lee Lamont Backbeat
Commons with sticks Check otur now, lower rates and easy financing
the British Boston
Trops on 46.Woman Will Do Wrong Helen Smith Deep City
.. and stones to t:strike the first blow for freedom of the 47.If You're Wondering Bobby Frank Young IMMEDIATE SR:22 FILING
American Colonies against the British Crown. 48. Phylly Dog Herbie' Mann Atlantic49.Wishpers Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift

is the all-black 332nd Pursuit 1t I Jackie Wilson Brunswick
Black Power D. Goodman and Son Inc.
50.1 Stand Along Stacy Johnson M-Pac ,
t Squadron flying cover for American bombers in Italy PICK HIT: "Insurance, Real. Estate, Mortgage"

and Germany. I'm Waiting Patty LaBelle Atlantic Business member All People Democratic Club
end in your personal definition fo Black Powerto I 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
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