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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
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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).
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Triple Murderer Florida Most Integrated r I




Freed After 10 Yrs. Southern.' State I


An estimated 1,357,000will Sarasota will have begun

Edward (Bubba)Roberts, Friday and the Florida Pa- attend public schools in their schools before Labor / _

convicted of triple murder role Commission granted Florida this year with"sub Day.Christian .
10 years ago, and told by a Roberts a life-time parole. stantial" amount of desegregation -', said only three

Circuit Court judge he would However, a legal techni- in every county, the county schools Charlotte
never get out of jail, Is re- cality stood In the way. Com- Florida Department of Edu- Dade and Monroe were In
.ported to be on the way home. missioner district supervisorR. cation announced In Tallahassee full compliance of the Civil
I In 1956 Roberts, now 38, Bollensen took the pro- Saturday.State Rights ActFifteen
was convicted for fatally blem to Circuit JudgeJames School Supt. FloydT. others had com-
hooting his estranged wife 'W Kehoe, who called Floyd Christian said some faculty plied under court orders including -
and her parents after a fam- -- now In private practice integration was also anti- Alachua, Bay, Bre-
ily fight. He was sentencedto aid Floyd said he had no cipated In every county ex- vard, Duval, Hillsborough,
life for the murder of his objections to the parole. cept Pasco where a suit had Indian River, Lee, Leon, Or-
father4n-law. Roberts committed the been filed to prevent integra- ange, Pinellas, Polk, St.
Circuit Judge Robert L. three murders after he triedto tion of teachers and in Ha- Johns, Sarasota and Volu-
,Floyd, at that time,told Rob- visit his four children and milton where no informationhad sia. I
erts he would defer sentenc- was chased from the home of been received to date. New statements of compliance '
ing on the two other mur- his in-laws in Liberty City. An increase in enrollment, were approved in 11 i
der convictions to keep He camebacklaterwitha.22 estimated at 33,000overlast counties and new statementswere f

Roberts from ever being par- rifle and shot his wife, Blanche Year, is no surprise with the pending approval In 36
and her parents, Mr. continued high rate and moves counties.
oled.Floyd changed his mind and Mrs. James Smith. of residents to Florida.
<. The estimated enrollmentthis Under court order to desegregate -
Y year exceeds the total in order to continue
of Putnam St. receiving federal funds, is
population or
Miami Youth To Have John county and surpasses Broward County. The Pasco I
the total population of Fort case is also in court challenging -
the of the federal
right
Pierce or Fort Myers or
kV labor North Miami Beach. government to promulgate .
Swinging DayThe i
The schools in Gadsden guidelines. '
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said col-
County were the first to open Christian junior j
Going back to school on Tuesday won't be too Citizens Action' Committee for swimming, games and refreshments this, year,beginning Aug. 22. lege attendance, increase
with the cooperation! *" All but seven counties. -, 25 pet cent with an estimated J\
hard the *"* invited'with
students "
? on tf Mrs.
t0!jt. Nona Sheffield Nelson, 'of the'H&adf CountSchool X" youngsters are Bradford, Da'de, Leon? Nassau 93,000 students enrolled this
y "
L English teacher at Brownsville JunIor' High School. Board and Dr. Joe Hall, has no admission charge. Okaloosa Pinellas and fall.

Mrs. Nelson is. a l lorida A&M graduate and enjoys completed arrangements for a
photography and creative writing. full program of Labor Day

youngsters.activities the enjoyment designed especiallyfor of Miami Senate Confirms First Negro


Booker T. Washington
: 16 Demonstrators High School will be open

Saturday, Sunday and Monday
with dancing in the cafeteriaand Woman Federal Judae

a full program of fun
:. Freed After Fort activities in the gymnasium. "..
underground.
testimony given to a Senate
Free refreshments will be The appointment of Mrs.
Internal Security Subcommitteethat New York's Sens. RobertF.
served all day Labor Constance Baker Motley as a
Day. indicated that Mrs. Mot- Kennedy, Democrat, and
. South Miami Elementary U.S. District Court judge by ley may have attended meetIngs Jacob J. Javits, Republican, \I
Lauderdale School will also be President ohnson was confirmed
open Sa- '
defense of Mrs.
Flareup of the Young Communist came to the 1
turday, Sunday and Monday, by the Senate on Tuesday.She League in 1942 and 1943. Motley and told the Senate
offering a full weekend of is the first Negro womanto
Chairman of the Senate that both the President and
t In a protest against police on Wednesday. The Rev. Mr. exciting activities for the hold a federal judgeship.Mrs. Judiciary Committee, Eastlandalso the Justice Department had
tactics in the Northwest George and Alcee Hastings, youngsters in that area, Motley, 44, a Democrat said Mrs. Motley listedin access to details of her back-
section of Fort Lauderdale, NAACP legal counselquietedthe Activities at the schools will fill federal court a "military intelligence ground and would not have
about 50 Negro youths marched group Wednesday night by will be under the supervisionof vacancy in New York City. file" that he did not identify, recommended her if she had
of the borough
to the city police station offering to take their grievances volunteer personnel of the She is president as "being trained for Red any Communist associations.
of Manhattan.
Friday and demanded the release to the city officials Dade County Community School
Program.In ... ...
whom
of 23 persons arrestedin Hastings scored for --- -
attitude. addition to the activitiesat
a recent disturbance.
the two schools Man 0 r.

'1 Led by NAACP leaders NAACP leaders were In addition to activities
k carrying American flags, the told Friday by acting police at the two schools Manor

youngsters held signs de- chief, Maj. Paul McMahan, to park, NW 48th St. and 12th
claiming "gestapo tactics"and petition the court for releaseof Ave. and Dixie Park, NW 13th
demanding the ouster the prisioners. St. and 4th Ave. will be open
I of Police Chief J. Lester I

1. Holt. .
I Escorted by police, they
, walked about a mile to the Sues For TransferTo
: station from Ascension Presbyterian -
, Church of which the I

Rev. Samuel George, local
NAACP head, is Minister. White SchoolTALLAHASSEE
Disorderly conduct charges

against 16 of the Negroes A Negro culties in the schools of Leon
arrested were dropped Satur- school teacher has filed County."
day. Ralph Williams, a 17th suit in U.s. District Court
defendant, released
was on here to force the County i
bond and his counsel\lcee Police
School Board to transfer her Capture CONSTANCE BAKER A
Hastings, was granted a 10- MOTLEYThe
to a white high school.
day postponement.
During the past two Mrs. Charistine Knowles Slayer Of 5 Senate vote unanimously '
weeks, the Northwest disturbances says the School Board has after the confirmation to i
centered around the denied her equal protection NEWBRUNSWICK, N.J. notify the President of its ac-
Dorsey Drive-in, 1551 NW under the 14th Amendmentby Suspected mass slater Ar- tion, and Mrs. Motley will be ENTERS US AIR FORCE
,Sixth St. after the closing of refusing to transfer her thur Davis was captured on sworn in as soon as possible.A -
Sunland Recreation Park's from predominantly white the New Jersey Turnpike Fri native of New Haven, Airman Annie Sue Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
nighttime programs on Mondayand Leon High School day after a high-speed chasein Conn., Mrs. Motley is married John Bailey of 2432 NW 50th Street, entered the US '
Wednesdays. She has asked U.S. Dis- which state police rained and is the mother of one Air Force last Wednesday. She will go to LacklandI...
trict Judge C. Harrold Cars- bullets after the fleeing car. son. She has long been activeIn
Bottles and stones were well to fet her join in a suit The bearded gunman civil rights, and has won Air Force Base, Texas for her basic training and
hurled at police and passersby relating to transfer of Negro wanted in connection with the national recognition in some from there into training for her future in the Air Force.

Wednesday night, several stud ents. The suit is now slaying of five prsons In outstanding civil rights Airman Bailey was a graduate of Miami Northwestern ,

Molotov cocktails were tossed pending In the Fifth Circuit New Haven, Conn., earlier, cases. She served as a New in the class of June 66. MSgt. Bill Randall, 109 NE

without causing damage and Court of Appeals.Mrs. was captured at dawn a'" York Sen.senator James in 0.1964 Eastland and 65. 5th St., the local Air Force recruiter processed Air-
one policeman was shot in Knowles charged the
three him off
police cars ran
the arm. School Board "is pursuing a the road In D-Miss.), during the debate, man Bailey's application. For further information on the
Nineteen persons were arrested policy, practice and usage of Washington which was on the nomination opportunities in the US Air Force for young women,

Monday and four more maintaining segregated fa- Con tinued on page 2 Tuesday, quoted anonymous please contact Sgt. Randall.


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Bess Glasser, president of Greater Miami Urban League, is earnestly engaged
conversation, with Whitney M. Young, executive director of National Urban Lea- Hai7

gue. Mrs. Glasser headed the local delegation attending the National Urban League { ,, lGS $2'4'
Annual Conference at Philadelphia. Accompanying Mrs. Glasser were T. Will'ardl

Fiar, M. William Smith, William Wynn, Dan Sladden, Mrs. Virginia Smith, Mrs. Willie & A r 7 J vu ,
Williams, Mrs. Maude K. Reid and the Misses Veronica Anderson, M. A. Thurstonand s sssEiegii14'9565'
Betty Moss.


Students Over 18 Can ContinueTo '

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Get Social Security ChecksStudents
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benefits under Social Security office. He Invites Full time attendance in al- !' lustS49: : : ;
them to contact his office "
Social Security have made it mo st any school counts. The
possible for many young now if they plan to go school may be a high school,
people in Dade County to return to school this fall. college, vocational or trade '
to school this fall, according Before 1965 children school
to Edward 0. Blon- whose parents were receiv- -
ston, District Manager. ing old-age or disability Full time attendance /r: Hand Made WtGs1
Without this help many of benefits or whose parents means the student goes dur-
these students couldnothave had died could not receive ing the regular term each
continued in school past checks past their eighteenth year and takes a normal
their eighteenth birthday. birthday. Now, if the child number of courses. He does :: Just $69
There are many other is a full time student he can not have to go to summer '("' 95
young people, ages 18 to continue to get checks until school. His checks will continue > COMPARE qT .
22 in the county who could his 22nd birthday. Benefitsare through the summer $'98.00
qualify for these benefits but not paid to married stu months if he intends to go
have not contacted their dents. -.back to school in the fall.

Hurry for best color Selection
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COST OF LIVING CONTINUES TO RISEThe

Labor Department the lU57-69baseperiodused average hourly wages for
EXPERT WIG CLEANING CUTTING & STYLING
.reported Monday that the to figure the Index.Transportation. factory workers dropped 1 ,
cost of living to consumerswas and other' per cent from June to July, I'I'I
2.8 per cent last'month services had the sharpest rise and while he earned more
above what it at the than he did last year, the 4.85TAX I
was same in prices in July.Jo'oodprlces ANY WIG CLEANED & STYLED FOR
time last year. rose less than usualforJuly, high cost of living had re- '.
The consumer price index but averaged 3.1 per cent duced his purchasing power
for July went UD.0.4 percentover higher than last year. by 50 cents a week.In .
that for June wnich was The climb in the cost of ONE DAY SERVICEWIGS'
0.3 cent. The In- July transportation
per July living has come about in
dex reached another all-time spite of President Johnson's costs went up 1.2 per cent;
high of 113.3. warning that continued In- used car prices 1.8 per cent; .
The increase means that it flation would "a realdanger" egg prices 5.5 per cent. Milk
pose
cost $11.33 in July to buy to prosperity. and butter prices also in-,
goods and services that The President said the% creased. In the past year
could be bought for $10 in government will be com- meat prices have gone up
pelled "to take action" to 4.5 per cent.Mortgage.
curb inflation unless labor interest rates -
and management practice went up 4.5 per cent and the
I "self-restraint and disci' prices furniture and housekeeping by
pllne" on wages and prices. supplies climbed
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JAZZ CONCERTSunday POLICE CAPTURE MR. WAITERS

is Jazz Concert Day SLAYER OF 5 PERSONS
again at Jazzville. This Continued from i page 1
week the Charlie Austin Township south of Hights- _
Quartet of the Hampton town.
House will make a return .

mand.engaeement Charlie by Austin popular, a local de- fire Police back said at the Davis. patrol did cars not, 6011 NW 7th Ave

1 school teacher has written although they found a loaded /
*V several original tunes which 30 caliber carbine and a
the group will do at both 7.65 Beretta pistol In his car.
shows (4:30 and 7 p.m.) Also' Davis is suspected of being Miami
featured are the Ira Sullivan the man who gunned down a ..
Four and jazz vocali st Joani
volunteer church workerandfour
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numerous guest stars. So drop Haven in the latest outburstof
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Mrs. Frank Hankerson Jr. mass slayings this summer
(Lucille) has successfully casual always. Jazz Club which has taken the lives of at
completed a medical secre- members $1.00, non-members least 35 persons starting with Phone
tarial course at Miami Dade $2.00. Street or valet parking. the slaying of eight nurses in t
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BRUTALITY CHARGED IN METRO JAILHe


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.I was punched, kicked once in his cell, then slugged conjure up all sorts images fin said, "I punched him a When Carhart pushed on, ing with police since he was
I and stamped by a gang of Green as they transferred him of abuse with a whip or couple times while he was on saying, "Then when Bush 17, and that Wednesday was
jail guards the night before to other quarters. subtler methods that prison the floor." Then the officers got up. ." Hardy Interrupted one of the few times he came
his scheduled release, a Bush spent a day last guards wreak on prisones," said they took Bush to Jack- him. away free.
young county jail Inmate told March 30In hospital with he said. "It's very easy to put son Memorial Hospital. "He didn't getup," Hardy "Just about every time
a six-man jury last Wednes- head lacerations and bruised the county jail on trail just Charles Hardy, another they pick you up, they beat
day.Twentysixyearold ribs, after the fight on the because one bad apple causes jail Inmate who has seven saidBush.. said he was fight- you," he said.
James fourth floor of the jail. The a disturbance. more months to go, said he .
Bush, a Perrine laborer,told hospital report said that "The crowded conditionsin occupied a cell opposite the
the court, he was beaten be- Bush had been injured wher ( the jail) throw a heavy scene of the fight Dugies Guest Housessm
cause "they say I don't like he "fell from his bunk." bu rden on these men to main- "Six, seven, eight of them
officers." He was released. "I don't think prisons tain order," he said. started hitting,punching and
Th. house of
After listening to him, the have changed very much Green, officer Arthur Williams kicking him," Hardy testified unusual rooms
jury freed him of charges of since the Dark Ages," said and Officer Thomas "Keep. us In mind" ,
assault and battery lodged Bush's lawyer, Roderick Griffin testified that they ap- "1 though he was dead. A better plot, we challenge you to findS :\
against him by one of the Knott, in his closing argument plied only the force necessary He was just knocked out, I ..lng l II believing w
guards he said helped hos- He told the jury earlier, to subdue Bush after he had guess." Th. accommodation you receive ,>\ "
pitalize him in a midnight that the treatment Bush received punched Green. Green said Hardy said the scramblewas You find only In this brother i'' If
jail squabble.The at the jail was the he hit Bush "wih my open so wild that "one officerhit ,. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY" ,;q :',
jury did not believethe "customary way of disciplining palm" then with a "football another one." '
testimony of Jail security a prisoner." tackle." Pressed by prosecutor Car- 2MI N.W. 41TH STREET 634-3661,
Sgt. Carroll Green and two Assistant State AttorneyEd Griffin said he was hit but hart, Hardy demonstratedfor
guards, who testified that Carhart quipped at did not know who hit him. the jury how he saw one JAMAICA DUCIE
Bush had created a disturb- Knott; "It's very easy toT' When Bush was knocked jailor stomp with both feet Alw.ys a fri.nd
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1 Hit E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and PuUl.h.r '- t1f By Booker T. He es \\" \\U by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecutiveDlredorNatlonal. M

; GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Urban League
WILLIAM w. MCBRIDE city Editor ..
The internal revolt now in evidence throughoutthe
OSCAR W. WEAVER, Circulotlon-Adv.rtl.ing Manager the (Third of Four Articles)The fourth and final installment
is but another chapter leading to com-
country will touch
this series on Vietnam on specialprograms nS
M.mb.r of the National Nowspoport Publisher Association to
pletion of the American dream. A true democracy.The the Negro and other minority veterans as they return frVietnam
SUBSCRIPTION RATES complexity of our society has dictated the need: and to civilian life. 011)

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 for a change. The result will be a more compatible at What sort of Negro GI is the Vietnam military conflict

titude on the part of all citizens. Few realize, or spawning? What are this GI's aims? His hopes? His arnM
Ent.r.4 as Second Class Matt.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post will acknowledge that suburbanism in these United tions? His skills? Does he know why he's In Vietnam;

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 States is becoming a condition of the past. The expansion These were some d the questions which churned through
mind as I rode the planes,the highways and the
Office ot 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1.0421 of the cities into existing suburban areas is my alleys crisscrossing Vietnam villages and towns In search back.of

but one example of the togetherness we can expect to Negro military personnel with whom I could talk.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" live with in the next twenty years. Statistics have I was looking for Negro GI's with whom I could shake
The NEGRO PRESS believe that America can best lead shown that with our present birth rate the population hands and let them know that we back home had them on
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords > deeply Interested in them and
minds
are
will have doubled. when we consider the effect of the our want to know
to every man regardless of race, creed or color his what's happening to them.
human and legal! rights Hating no man, fearing no man-thi added influx of citizens to a geographical area that With warm smiles pride in showing us what they're do-

Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that has remained the same, we can readily see why there Ing, and with pleasant surprise to see a Negro leader from
all men or. hurt as long at anyone Is held back. will be a need for harmony.We the States In their midst, they dsplayed all the charm which

are taking part in and witnessing another only one genuine friend can show another. Once they got the
OUR BIRTHDAYThis phase in the evolution of American society. The feeling that we were not representing the government, but a
week The Miami Times celebrates its 44th private organization, the welcome mat was out.
customs and practices are being revamped to embracea
And this "mat" was laid in all sorts of places in an enlisted
birthday. On September 1, 1923, we published our first greater majority. This is true in all factions of men's mess hall, where we nte with them Instead of

issue. American life. To some the process has been painful in the officers' mess as had been prearranged; in a tiny
Since that time we have gained much experience.We andwill continue to be until they have learned that storeroom where a GI was stacking supplies. In another
location, we stood atop a tower, on an outer defense barricade .
have worked hard, and continue to do so. mankind's greatest is mankind. To others, the
enemy while the GI stood guard at his machine gun. An
Publishing, a newspaper is by no means an easy slow drawn out through which these endowed
process other time I recall jumping on a high running board of a
task; but as Sheridan says: privileges have been negotiated the reaction has fuel truck to speak to a driver who hails from Portsmouth,
"The surest way not to fail is to determine to been one of anxiety. When the extreme elements of Va. And I talked to many GI's in clubs where their dates
succeed." and the dancing and the rock 'n roll music made me think
these two factions meet the potential far danger is at
The USO in
that I was In a Stateside dancing spa. Saigonwas
We do not boast of having succeeded; but we have its peak. another location where I talked to G I's,to give an idea

had so far, a measure of success, and for this we are Americans are usually well read in the knowledgeof of the varied types of places we met them.
dozens and dozens of conversations with individual
grateful. is the recorded version of life in There were
history. History
Negro GI's In all branches of the services, up in the
Whatever we have achieved we share our credit the It is but a record of the evolution of man
past. hills, in planes, at airports, In their living compounds, at
with our supporters and the goodwill of Dade Coun- yet no where in history will we find that wrong has their duty stations and in the hospitals.

tians of both races, to whom we again extend our been successful in the suppression of right. This re- Fairly typical of a wide selection of these men is one

thanks and appreciation.In cord of achievement on the side of right has the scalesof whom I shall never forget -Master Sgt. Frederick Robinson .
soliciting continued support from patrons and 36, of Memphis, Tenn. Sgt. Robinson heads an outfit
friends we realize that it is somewhat impossible to justice weighed heavily in the Negroes favor; but d the famed, precise and effective Special Forces The
only through the power of non-violence will he be Green Berets.
please everybody. "You can please all people sometimes ableto attack the conscience of his fellow Americansand Tough, brilliant, knowledgeable Master Sgt. Robinson

you can please some people sometimes, but you bring about the desired change. makes one want to stand up and shot"hooray for our side!"

will never please all people at all times." Each generation has been faced with the problemsof He made no bones about telling us, as his white Southern
commanding officer stood by silently and beamed on him
We are especially grateful to the members of our
that particular We look back and
era. can see
any with that "We don't who's prejudicedIn
pride, keep a man
staff and other contributors the columns of the Mia-
to
number of mistakes, but when we consider that they the Green Berets. We're a close-knit fighting team and

mi Times.We were searching for solutions to problems of the present we don't stand for any nonsense! When every other mem
cannot resist saying something personal about as well as the future as we are now. We must admit ber of the team's life is dependent upon the other, we cant
the senior member of the staff the Rev. L. A. Thompson that the state of affairs into which we emergedwere afford that type of person. We get rid of him quickly"At
a later briefing session In his headquarters, at an un
who has been with before the birth of the
us even
not too bad. It is our responsibility to find so- disclosed forward fighting location near the Cambodian

Times. lutions to our problems. We must make our contribu- border, Sgt. Robinson proceeded to untangle a TV-weather-
Apart from the Times office he is pastor of tions to history and we are better equipped thanany man'stype map of confusion of lines and curves and numbers
the Temple Baptist: Church at 18th St. and Third Ave. generation before us. Into a meaningful dialogue, which fairly took one's

which he organized and built 35 years ago. America is on the threshold of greatness, not in breath away.

The membership numbers more than 200. The the monetary sense so many of its citizens now reflect, the Methodically and professionally he explained thelrsctup and,
land
they had secured and now had to control
pastor is also the moderator of the Atlantic Coast but greatness in its entirety._ The dream envisioned by what It meant to the overall effort. I thought as I sat there,
Baptist Association. He is loved by his flock and the forefathers of our country is becoming a reality. and basked In this Negro's efficiency and in his effervescent

admired by co-workers and friends. The Reverendl! The true powers of a democracy are beginning to be pride of job, that here is an uncommon man.
gentleman is married and is the father of three children realized. The hypocracy of preaching one principleand From all appear anceseven his officers stood back and let
him operate things at least to a point. I talked to many,
and also four grandchildren.
two
boys a girl, practicing.another is diminishing. Our contributionto other Negro GI's who displayed similar dedicationand
Failing health has caused him to slow down, but the evolution of American society appears to be many knowledge of their tasks.

he can be found in the Times office two days a week. the acquisition of equal opportunities for all. If we Master Sgt. Robinson, a 17-year veteran military serv

He is one of the good-natured persons we have can be successful in this accomplishment or legacyto ices, was on his second tour of duty In Vietnam. He completed

had the pleasure of knowing. To know him is to ad- future generations will be unsurpassed. high school before he joined the Army. He took ad
ditional courses after joining the services.As .
mire him.
a member of the Green Berets, he of course, also had
"Appreciation, whether of nature, or books, or to qualify as a paratrooper and go through the most rigorous
art, or men, depends very much on temperamentwhatis highly-specialized training possible for a memberof
beauty or genius or greatness to one, is far from ADOPTING SPECIAL CHILDREN the military.It .
being so to another. Tyron Edwards.As is men such as he who are most firm when they say
Appearing in a recent issue of the Christian that after the service they have given to their country they
our motto says: The times have changed, and
Science Monitor is an interesting article entitled will expect no less than equal treatment when they returnto
we are changed with them. "Adopting Special Children" by staff writer Jo Annj their homeland and to civilian life. He Is soon to do
At the present time, we Have plans underway that Levine, from which we cull the just that, and also to marry and to settle down.
::1 We are sure will give our patrons better service When social workers talk about following: "I'll take care of myself when I get back home," he says,
"hardtoplace"or t
i in the not distant future than we have done in the past. "special" children with assuredness. "There's no reason why the Negro can
they mean primarily Negro have what everyone else has in the United States," he declared
children. The terms also, include older childrenhandi- "if he's qualified."

capped children, and children of mixed racial back- And this man, like the others with whom I talked, has a
HIRING, PURCHASING, FREEZEOn ground.At. world of experience and disciplined training which can be
a boon for this nation In business, inindustry, in any area
Monday City Manager Melvin Reese fearing the New England Home for Little Wanderers, of endeavor he chooses. If he gets the opportunity.
one special child was Mark "a year-old Otherwise, aU of his if not given
Miami might run short of cash ordered a freeze on Negro boy experiences and dIscIplIne,
hiring and purchasing.Reese who needed an adoptive home," a boy who was "stur this opportunity to be used for good, In the face of expand.
dy, delightful, advanced for his age, in excellent ing conflict between the races here at home, can be used as
appearing before the Civil Service Board
health with no physical disabilities." sources of creating further conflict and ch aos in this land for
said he is preparing an administrative order which which he has given so much.
His photograph and the above _
will bar filling of vacancies among the city employees description, along
with those of three other children
were sent to
his several
without approval.
churches in the Boston Keep freedom in future
Forbid purchase of materials until December 31 area. Within a few months your
Mark and the three others had all been
unless the department heads can convince him that adopted. rbcI
In New York City, statistics make
their I
needed. own plea. ,
urgently
r they are
On Sept. 20, 1965, there were 1,254
Negro children I
1 Manager Reese explained that Miami may be on
referral for adoption. Thirteen .,
forced to trim its budget if Metro wins a suit in which were placed that .r. )
t month; and that is considered
It argues that the city failed to comply with a state a usual percentage. .) O

law requiring that the tax rate go down in proportion Project directors reasoned that it was better for a

+ increase in assessments. child to belong to somebody and face problems with a

LAW ENFORCEMENT PROBE family than for him to belong to nobody and stand

The Greater Miami Crime Commission has asked alone. The appeal to the community brought forth
white as well as Negro adoptive
applicants."As .
for a two-fold,investigation of law enforcement break- "
a result, the final report of Project PAMY
down by an outside state attorney and a federal grand concludes, "we no longer differentiate particularly

jury. between our work in the Negro and white
State Attorney Richard Gerstein said he would In New York City, the Spence-Chapin community.Adoption

welcome anything that constitute a full investigationso service wanted to get babies out of "well-baby wards";

there can be an end to the throwing about of irresponsible that is hospital wards which keep babies who are not

charges and stop to witch hunting character sick, but who have no other place to go.

assassination. In the first three years of the five-year demon-

James McCown,president of the crime commission stration project, 826 babies were removed from well-

wants the governor to appoint a disinterested state baby wards.

attorney and US Attorney General Katzenbach to desig- .."Since all these children were nonwhitesays

nate a special assistant for the federal grand jury Mrs. Helen Montgomery, executive director of Spence- Buy U.S. Savings Bonds

p'rp 1"j.; .s._ .r..r..r. . .Chapin. ,. ."we. ..feel. .this. ..a.real. achievement" c / fcov/pAYiN&
MATURITY.
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'HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 2, 1966 5

Foremost milk customers are beaming with pridein -i llJ" 11II1..t1j:,: .:; ;JIli'! pf; ,4.M t,, i f M":1I :1\'"\',':. '1
the downtown central district over their new milk-

man, Willie E. Dames Jr.
I
V
Miss Linda Carol Lewis has returned home after ,3., ,
spending the summer in Philadelphia Pa. ',4

.
Mrs. Francina Robinson and son, Frankie, also
j Norman and Gwendolyn Howard and daughter, Miss Linda Carol Lewis are vacationing in Nassau
Lisa Clarice toured the northeast for their vacation. with relatives.
I r Joy Collier and TessaElths accompanied theHowards.

' Fred G. Minnis Jr. of Miami, a Howard University
The Joseph Josephine) Poitiers and children, student,, has been elected First National Vice Presi-
Jr., made Jamaica their holiday site. dent of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. 1 ;


is Arthur Here Wemham.f from New. York City for a week's vacation Miss E. C. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Corona '[,"- .. ," .

Powell and children Narcissa' and Glenn: Green of .f" '

Montclair, N. J. have returned from an enjoyable
Maude Ellison has returned from her
f vacation in
cruise on the Nili to Freeport and Nassau. They were
Cocoa and Orlando. While in Cocoa she
was the .
houseguest of the entertained by Mrs. Olive Ford and M. B. Donaldson.Mrs. .
Nick (Naomi) Fords.

Lesley G. Oliver and son Gregory of Wash-
Touring Florida was the ideal vacation for ;
Caleb
and Jackie Crosby and their ington, D. C., daughter of Mr. Fred J. Aranha Jr. re- ,,
young son. turned home after spending a week visiting her aunt, ? dRi

Mrs. India A. Wyche. AccomoanvinR her was Miss
Barbara and Samuel Rogers and daughter, Tammy,
' Mary Curtis.\While here she was entertained by her
vacationed with friends in New Orleans.
aunt Mrs. Thelma Aranha.

Marjorie Davis Kimble of Los Angeles is visiting k I
her father and other relative Marjorie is a teacherinL. Mrs. Margueritte W. Davis of Raleigh, N. C. visited
A.'s school system. her sisters Mrs. Mable I. Daniels, Mrs. Cleomi Bloom-
field and Mrs. Lottie Ward last week. Mrs. Davis is a .

former teacher of B.T. Washington school and is nowa
r Among those tour of Miami and
on Beach Nassau
member of the faculty of Wake County, N. Carolina.
with a group from St. Barnabas Episcopal Church of
She spent an enjoyable vacation meeting old friendsin
Germantown, Pa. were Walter and Virginia Tresville, Miami. .

Reginald and Louise Gaskins, Helen Powell, Evelyn -_.__. "......-_.. .1IIIII1IIIoNI1I'f.I1/\t-. ..... '. ,k ,;
Waters, Marian Thomas, Helen Hemming, Lillian
Butler, Annie Gladden, Myrtle Riley, Dorothy De- SURPRISE PARTY ROLLE POSTELL Dorothy Ellen Jenkins and Eddie Lee Fields
l Shields and Mildred Moore. FOR COL CLAUDE were married on last Saturday afternoon in the Churchof

CLARK Miss Ellen J. Rolle and the Incarnation.The .
Helen and Larry Bethel of New York City are Wallace Postell were joinedin bride is the daughter of Mrs. J. D. McKellarand i

the houseguests of Mrs. Drucilia Sears. Holy Matrimony Thurs- the late Melvin Jenkins. She is a graduate of
Colonel Claude C. Clark
,
chairman of :day evening Aug. 25 at the Booker T. Washington High School and Spelman Col-
the
Branville (Bob) Roberts is here from New York Board of home i of the bride's mother,
Trustees of Christian Hos- j lege. Curre ntly, she is employed as a Dade County I
City to visit his ailing mother, Mrs. Henrietta Sweet- Mrs. Edith Rolle, 1252 NW 58
pital
Inc.
honored
was
by .
St. The bride was given in school librarian. \ "
who has
been
ing confined
to Christian Hospital the. employees of the hos-
after a fall. pital on Wednesday afternoon. ,marriage by Mr. Jerry Rolle Mr. Fields is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fieldsof

The group expressed appre- The attendants were Mrs. Opa Locka. He was graduated from Northwestern
Elsie and
Claretha Barry and daughter Arraretha Renee ciation for his services by (Curtis Thompson Brown. Rev. L. Mr.A. Senior High School and 'served four years in the Air

have returned to Irving, Pa. after a two week vaca- presenting him with a pla- Thompson, officiated. Force. He is currently enrolled in the work-study pro-

tion with relatives and friends. que for "faithful service" and A large number of friends gram at Miami Dade Junior College.
with a dozen red carnations. ,
Colonel were present, and they enjoyed After a honeymoon on Miami Beach, the couple
Get well wishes to Mrs. Beatrice Burroughs(BeaRichardson's Clark served as j refreshments on the will live in Miami.
Acting Administrator for the ;
Mom) who is recuperating at her daughter's months (spacious lawn.
of July and c
August. The bridegroom is the son I
home after eye surgery at Christian Hospital. Wednesday was his last day opportunities in the US Air
,>f Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brown., ENLISTS I IN
of working in this capacity. Force please contact MSGT
After a delightful holiday in Mexico City, Mrs. He returns to his position as AIR FORCE Bill Randall at 109 NE 5th St.,

Kenneth (Anatol) Rogers and daughters, Emily and Chairman of the Board on Airman Edward Graham,son Phone: 3791702.

Patricia, spent two days in Miami before returning to Sept. 1 when the newly appointed THANK YOUMrs. of Mr. and Mrs. George Gra-
administrator will
Nassau. work.TOPS begin ham of 4025 NW 5th Ave., en- j
fannie Spray Gadd], tered the US Air Force on
Melinda Collie has been called to the bedsideof well-known beautician employee -. Friday. He will go to Lack- WMBM \
her mother who is seriously ill in Nassau.Lt. PLANACTIVITIES i at the Mercy hospital, J land Air Force Base Texas 1490 On Your Dial
,wishes to thank her many for his basic training and BLANCHE CALLOWAY

and Mrs. Wincel (Ruth) Granger of Nassauare friends and pastor for their then will be assigned in the PRESENTS
:ards and services during her mechanical field, the field,
the houseguests of Madelyn R. Ruth
Thompson.
Tops Club of Greater :
j llness. she has recoveredmd he selected before his en- PROGRESS REPORT
is a teacher at Eastern Secondary Miami
sponosred by the Na-
is open for business.Rev. listment. Airman Graham wasa
tional Sorority of Phi Delta graduate from Booker T. 3 Times Daily
Friends of Lucille Riou wish for her Chapter, held its planning
a speedy Washington in June 66. For 8 a.mM 1:55: and fO p.m.
recovery now that she has been released from Ce- meeting for fall activities on F. D. Wright further information about your

dars of Lebanon Hospital and is recuperating at home. Thursday, August 25 at Soror .
Lemmie W. Mitchell's home. "
The planning meeting began
Gregg Spence, son of Bertha Spence of New York with a farewell luncheonin

City, spent a week in the city visiting relatives. honor of the graduates. The
iVOIDiHERUSHI
following graduates attended: AVOID THE 'HUSH!

Ruby Higgins and Florida Dorsett have returned Sharon Ashley, Ann Ava Ash- I
home after spending the summer in Seaside Heights, ley, Joan Ferguson, JOAnn
New Jersey. Fisher and Lawanzer Lassiter. ( AP"IREGISTER
II I

Two weeks in Nassau proved to be a delightfultrip Plans are made for the beginning I
of its 1966-67
for Gloria and Jackie and Clarice Parker, andLynette program 1r-\\l1t) ,
which will start with a
Grant. They were the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Get Acquainted Tea for new NOW !

Warren Grant. respective members and pa- .. ..
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rents. Aiding them with their '
Enjoying a delightful vacation in Miami is Agnes plans were Sorors Enid Johnson J' "
Sawyer of Nassau.Friends lona Dukes and Majorie :\ __ I
Rhodes, Basileus. 7 >
,5 Air Conditioned Cars
of James Allan Wallace of New York Shirley Parker is presidentand
Catherine Bethel is
City are happy to see him on the home front again. re- L \
Allan is the houseguest of his mother, Mrs. James porter. .

Wallace and sister, Rowena Haugabook.Get Shirley Parker Is president (T c;;) to take you ana


well wishes to William Crawford at Jackson PARTY AT THE I
Memorial Hospital, and to Gladys Linder, who is at ')I

home after a nine day stay at Christian Hospital. HOSP'TALLANTANA FLA. STATE return you to your horn.' I Ir

Sympathy is extended to these families in the \

loss of their loved ones; Ambrister-Dames, Martin Thursday evening, Aug. 18

Baker, Murray, Black, Badger, Dukes and Bell. the Sunshine Club sponsored ;
"A Night of Games for the .
patients with the T.B. Com- \ 11 ( 0Mr
Friends of Annie Kate Bostick are haoov to know
that she is at home and doing a fine job recuperating the mittee Comeback members Club and members joining in of A.iCill/ I

from her accident. to make it a gala affair at ..Y.1
'. \.1 (
5:15: p.m. A chartered Grey
Earl White Jr., son of Alice and Earl White died Hound Bus loaded to capacity f /4r
in New York City on Monday. Friends who wish to left the Tuberculosis \as'n "', t

send messages may send them to 143-17183 Spring- Building arriving at the hos- '
field Gardens, New York 13, New York. pital 6:45 find ,patients : VOTER REGISTRATION OFFICEPhone:7575165
waiting in good spirit, after
the game, a check was presented -
Marie Cooper reports an enjoybale vacation in r
to the program dire
Nassau and Eleuthera. Daughter, Carolyn Hanna and tor in the amount of $200 to :

granddaughter, Terrah who live in Nassau joined purchase TV sets for the : ; .

Marie on the trip to Eleuthera. patients room. This check was i- ,
presented by Mrs. Lillian
\
Massie R. Browne of Deland spent last weekend Mazon, president of the .. .' ... I" "..
sister and the L. Rogers, T.B. Committee. Cookies, WAIT TILL LATERAYO
with her family, Earline, punch and coffee were servedin ,.ION'T< : ': '
,, =
brother and sister-in-law. great amounts to everyoneand .jA. ) ,' f

Thomas Richard Moore, '62 Northwestern high gra- the party was a smashing "P ". THE RUSH '

duate has won his B.S. degree from Tenn. state in edu- success. '$ :\ *; :\t '?': L .... '" '' l : '.a '"'.4/;: ,<.:':;: I
ciation. Thomas is the son of Mrs. Elsie Moore of Isreal Armstrong is president I I'' ,.,to"i'" I t. \ .. I'
:
Hollywood. ,who just J returned from' an Atnalta,' Ga.. ,va Dade County.of Sunshine Club -of,

cation. .

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday September 2, 1966 --- -
riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilHEIGHTS oooooooooooooooooooocx Carver YMCA To


RICHMOND I teen's Little League Feature'I

FOCUS
: ( pot pourriBy program Director Ray- coaching experience, athKj

Thornton announced who have just completed
mon active
-
, Little League careers in !
\ sisiusisisilursisisisiuusisiusiplshushlflhSsisiusisiIDhtsi.. mil plan to Include college and
HI Btththtba E. Dean after school ,semi-professional
j football in the and
professional
-
By GWENDOLYN LA VERNE ROSS YMCA activities. Planshave football f
, \ SOCIAL NOTES net been completed as, yet Parents who are interested
i Davidson L. Hepburn PHD, son of Mrs. A. J. Hepburnand 1- -We pay little -attention to our school. However, but Thornton says the activity In the Little League program
the late Mr. Ernest Hepburn, of New Bight, Cat Island which school we attended should be important to us, will be supervised by should contact the"" Carver
is visiting his sister, Mrs. Gladstone Taylor and attending competent persons; college YMCA as soon as Possible
students are
cousin, Mr. Albert G. Hepburn of Richmond Heights, Dr. We should ask ourselves what trained athletes who are for further information concerning -f
Hepburn who earned his B.A. Degree at FAMU in Tal- this school; and1* is this school an accredited school, working in other fields, ath- this phase of the aft
lahassee, and his Master's Degree at the University of etc. letes with many years of school program. '
\ Michigan State, has just recently returned from Spain, The students make the school, and it can be only
where he received his PhD from the of Madrid
University it Each
t make one.
in the field of comparative literature, French, Spanish, be a good one if the students
, and English. Doctor Hepburn did his thesis in Spanishon student has a role in helping to make his school the rn.R1T.

Miguel de Unamuno, one of Spain's greatest philoso- best.
phers during the period of 1898 thru 1936. Whether you are aware of it, the sinpliest mis- 9RIVE1I.ORIVE
the other "feathers in his he made .
Among cap. a and the school
will
take make count against you
Spanish movie, entitled "Tres Sombreros de Copa" (Three you commit- SHOWING / />
rule
THEATRE
violated or IN
Hats of Copa), where he co-starred with Juanjo Menendez you attend. If you have some
and Maite Blasco. ted a crime you will have to suffer a penalty and so

Following a Bon Voyage party at the Albert Hepburn will your school. Your school will suffer the penaltyof SPYWTTR YOUR FAVORITE
a home given by friends, he's head ing on to Alma, Michiganto being criticized by others. Each student in the COME
Alma College where he will act as the Assistant Professorof
English Literature. school will suffer a little by others criticisms.word to each ......"
Loyalty should be an important
student. The ooyalty displayed by ewh student will INTWO ADVENTUEES
Mr. and Mrs. Calude Miller (Barbara) of 11600 Pink- help the school to maintain a good name. Having loy- (oNrulcsc&rNslcoeoR )
ston Drive. recently motored to Jacksonville, Florida, for a
visit with relatives.From there they drove to North Carolina alty for your school does not mean that you must cheaton

Virginia New Jersey, and on to Pennsylvania, where they a test, so that your scores are higher than stu-
visited friends. A point of interest visited in Arlington, Vir- dents from other schools, or winning a football gameto .
ginia, was the graveof the Late n-esldentJohn F. Kennedy. help your team gain the championship., }

It's not only what you do to be loyal to your '

Pink and white decorations spelled out "sweet sixteen"at school; how you do it is just as important. Honestyis
Lynda Jeannette Lockman's birthday party on August important in anything you do. It is best to score
20. The thirty guests donned semi-formal wear for the gay low on a test or not win a game than to cheat. Cheating -
party which lasted from 7:30 to 12:00 p.m. Lynda and her than
embarrassment
will disgrace or
bring more
parents, Sergeant and Mrs. Frank L. Lockman (Jeanne)
are formerly of Philadelphia, ftnnsylvania, but now resideat making a low score or not winning the game.
14801 Polk Street. Represent y.'ur school well in your community.Let .

others recogni/e you as a high school student by
the at all times. Abide by all
ycurself
The recent vacation trip of Mrs.Susan Wright and her two way you carry
daughters, Shandra and Adrienne, took them to Huntsvilleand rules and regulation in your society. Be careful in
Birmingham, Alabama, where they visited her family: your speech. Don't give others the pri vilege to criti-
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pole, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fearn, and cize you. It is best to receive good compliments for
Mrs. Henrietta Wilkins. Attending organ concerts, horse- the good deeds you do than to receive bad comments
back riding, moviegoing, fishing, and dining in many of the
for the things that are involved in.
displeasing
you
newly integrated restaurants highlighted their stay. Mrs.
II Wright also toured the newly built Alabama A& M College, In being loyal to your school you must observe
on the outskirts of Huntsville. Mr. Wright later joined his the rules'set up by the school board and the adminis-
family for a two-weeks stay in Huntsville. The family trative staff of your school. If you are asked to wear .
)
returned on August 25, to their home at 14320 Madison
Street. socks or stockings to school at all times, then '

II you should wear socks or stockings. Usually, these .
.
M rules are set up for the welfare of the students. alanDrnWYR.sApsspca) ( 1IRDgIIDr/! + *VR_!II IIIfIjl 1\1II0

Our sympathies are extended to the Sylvester Dallas Show loyalty to your school by keeping it clean. THE SPY WITH = TO TRAPMYFACE
family of 11510 S. W. 142 Street, on the loss of Mrs.Dallas' Do not write on the walls or throw waste materials on A SP.Y
father, Mr. Copeland. The Dallas' motored to Jack-
sonville, Florida, for his funeral on August 27. the floors. Help, keep the I> building' clean, be honest b DOMffT KNTA DAVID VAiiHN
and be well mannered in your everyday activities both VAUGHN r BEROER.McCALLUM- .rMcCAII. My.
in and out of school.
Looking for somewhere exciting to go?Fun toDo? Make
plans to attend the Labor Day Dance, September 5, at the
Cutler Ridge Community Auditorium. The dance is an an-
nual affair sponsored by the Richmond Heights Men's Club, CarverRanches

which is headed by Mr. Gary. .Brown.. Thepublic is invited. .I BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?


Mrs. Jesse Johnson (Theodora) and Mrs. Hazel Terrell
made Leesburg, Bethune Beach at New Symyrna,and Mad- News '
ison, their ports of call before leaving Florida and headingto Alabama. While there, they visited Tuscaloosa, Mont- -1 Wolttr Bow
gomery, and Birmingham, making their main stay in Mo- \
bile. South BrowardVFWPost

No. 8195 will hold Its meet- 331
ing Sunday, Sept. 4, at 5:30
Due to the great interest demonstrated by Isaac Hargrovein p.m. All members are askedto
the Residence Hall Program at Howard University,where be present at this meeting.
he will be a sophmore in the fall, Isaac left on August 29, Folia Boyd, commander;
for a co-educational workshop at Mark Haven Beach, Charles Hart, adjutant.
Virginia, scheduled for Agusut 31 thru September 2. The SAVE
workshop will prepare him for his duties as an advisor in .
Drew Hall on the University's campus. Isaac resides with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C'.JacksonMary), at 15101 Star Light Lodge No.542
s Polk Street. meets Friday, Sept, 2 at 8 ,
p.m. at the Masonic Hall. Finance Your Car with Our
Members, please be present
Cathy and Crispin Fife, teenagers of Mr. and Mrs. Cris- and on time.
pin Fife Sr. (Ethel) of 14960 Buchanan Street,have recently .
returned from a two-weeks tour of Nassau. Their Bahamian AUTO LOAN !
cousins, the Brennens, showed them such interesting spotsas The Excelsiorettes Bowl-

Fort Charlotte, Fort Fein Castle, Adastra Gardens, the ing League held its meetingat
Queen's Tower, and the "Sixty-Six Steps." Cathy and Cris- Clover Leaf Lanes Mon-
pin also swam in many of the crystal blue waters of the day night, Aug. 29. The
beaches there. group voted Hardy Rogers 1. Shop around fur the car you want. Bring us the

i president; Elmore, vice-pres- make, model and price
ident Mrs. Carrie Parks,secretary r
A reunion with friends and relatives in various parts of ;
Mississippi,and reminiscing with school chums in Memphis, treasurer.; Miss Esther Phillips, 2. We will okay your loan quickly and With no red

Tennessee, madethetwo and-a.halCweek vacation trip of the tape. Our loan policy is liberal we want
Henry Ammo ns family(Henry Sr. Edna, Henry Jr., Collyer) very
an enjoyable one. The Leaguewillstartbowl- to make loans.
Shortly after their return, their son Collyer, was hos- Ing on Monday night Sept.
pitalized for surgery. He's now recuperating very nicely at 12 This notice is for bowlers 3. Interest can b.as low as 4%% on a new car, and
the home 107th Avenue. In Fort Lau-
t family on Hollywood,
t INSIDE CHURCHES derdale, Opa Locka and Mi- L (il payments for as long as 36 monthsthe lowest

an i. payments possible. We also make loans used
Handcrafts of all types (bath salts, recipe holders, wood on
carvings, powdered deodorants, paintings, dioramas, etc.) cars up to 5 years old.ril .
were exhibited In the foyer of Bethel Baptist Church on Sun-
day, August 28. These crafts were the work of students at ,
tending the Vacation Bible School which closed on Friday, CENTERVILLA I
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WILDMAN STEVE

PRESENTS

BIG LABOR SUNDAY

s HOLIDAY SHOW '

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IN PERSON

I le Channel 7 news reported that only
. seven (7) people
ri showed up for some kind of march that was scheduled JACKIE
t t. for last Sunday. Now If I were to conduct a march, (which IA
we do not need), and only had seven people show up,
I would go hide someplace. I have talked with many White WILSON
and Negro people about marches and asked how they
felt about them, and the answer was always the same. PLUS-
"We do not need them." City Commissioner, Steve Clark _.....' -r.__ -
said to me, "If anybody has
any problens, we will be
happy to sit down and talk about them, and work them Miss Estclle J. Albury, Mrs Deanna M. Albury
out." I spoke to Walter Green and Farley Neasman-from daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Quinn, daughter of Mr. and ?
the Coconut Grove Area, and they and the members of their Albury of 6225 NW 14th Mrs. J. Albury of 6225 NW
golf club feel that the people of Coconut Grove will not Ct., a June graduate of 14th Ct., a recent graduate of _
Tuskegee Institute is now Tennessee A&I State U., now _
allow any outsider to come into the community in which _
I working in the resides in
Gary, Indiana Fayetteville, N. _
they live and create disturbance. _
a They refuse to join in
Public School system. She Carolina, where her husbandis _
anything of this kind. Just because _
does
somebody not _
spent the summer with the stationed at Fort Dragg. _
like of the BEN E.
some things that Mayor Bob High, or Com- Headstart program' in Washin She'will be'working at the
missioner Athalie Range, for instance, have done, is no gton D. C. public school in that city.
I reason to force some kind march. Thereis an old saying
that "you can please some of the people some of the time, -...--.-. me
but you cannot please all of the people all of the time."
I am most happy that Father Gibson (NAACP); Dr. J.O. Project ENABLE Gets "Stand By Me"
Brown (CORE) and our other sensible people of Dade
County turned their backs and paid no attention to this New AdministratorT.
senseless march. I have said before, that wewould welcome
Rev. Martin Luther King to come to our city FOR A
I VACATION. Go fishing and swimming and get a much Willard Fair, executive Dade County. He is a graduate 1MRVEUS
needed rest, then go 'back to his Western battlefield wherehe director of our local Urban of the University of THE

is really needed. Here, we don't need him. Nuff said! League today announced the Richmond, Virginia and Ohio MONA LISA CAROL FRAN
hiring of Clifford Strauss, State Univerwity. lie receivedhis
AMEN! We are not saying that we may never need him,
but we do not at this point!! ACSW, as administrator and B. A. at the former andA. Advance Tickets $3.00 At Door $3.50
coordinator of Projr A. at the latter.
ENABLE.Mr. For Reservations: 3733488

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: SALLY BAILEY Project ENABLE (Educa- 2 BIG BANDS
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: TOMMY YOUNG MNI tion and Neighborhood Action
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: PERCY RITCHIETal i.. for a better Living Environment 2 Big Shows 10:30 & 1:30
' ) is
a poverty program BIG TEENAGE MATINEEC.

Buchanan, our Dade County Sheriff, has followed being implemented by the T. Taylor, WMBM, Emcee
League and
I 8 Family Serviceof
suit and put a Negro on the Metro Motorcycle Squad. y
Now, we are the only city in the South that has Negro Y Dade County. Its purposeis Coming! Joe Tex, PigMeat Markham Show
h Motorcycle Policemen. Officers Christensen and Grahamare A yI MM to help parents help themselves
to solve personal and
"looking good!" Just in case you are not aware of { community problems.For .
the nrocrcss made in this County we do have Negro
Customs Affairs Officers, Forest Rangers, Immigration

Officers, Radio Control Operators, Police Lieutenants, further informationcall WMBM'S OWN ALAN ROCK
I Florida State Policeman, Firemen, and many, many others. 696-. -717 or visit its PRESENTS ANOTHER
Look around you, and see how our City, County, and headquarters located at
State Offices are being integrated, and you will find that p *a 5770 NW 15th Ave. in the JAZZ CONCERT SUNDAY
a the qualified persons are filling these jobs, regardless of Carver Branch of the YMCA. FEATURINGAMERICA'S
Race. We never hear about these things, only what we
MOST VERSATILE JAZZ QUARTET
do not have. "Rome was not built in a day," but we're
building in this City and> County by the night.. Compare THE IRA SULLIVAN FOUR
Miami & Dade County with any other city In the South, a WMBM Also appearing at Jazzville Friday & Saturday nights&
:.r and many in the North, and you will find we're ahead 1490 On Your Dial THE CHARLIE AUSTIN QUARTETNew '+
most of the way. Strauss comes to us BLANCHE CALLOWAY Jail Sensation plus
from West Palm Beach. While
PRESENTS JOANI HARRIS JAZZ VOCALISTAll
i in West Palm Beach, he At
served as director of The PROGRESS REPORT Jazzville Seville Hotel, 29th & Collins
Jewish Federation of Palm Jail Club Members $1.00 Non-Members $2.00
NOTE DEPARTMENT I had ball In Nassau
QUICK : a
3 Times
Beach County. For several Daily Minors admitted with parents only
last week, and I will shove off for the island again today. he
years was employed by 8 a.m., 1:55 and 10
p.m.
Of know I at Marietta's Guest House.
course, you stay Children's_ Service_ Bureau of
This trip I was accompanied International Recording _
Artist and Movie Star, Herb Jefferies and his lovely wife, '
Tempest Storm. Their three year old daughter, Pattie, was
I will have
just starry-eyed all the while.We flew Pan Am, while Mayme'Any building design

cruised on the Nil the day before. I ran into quite a few beauty and function but always
friends that most of you know, and we are always glad to ,
see. Peanuts Taylor has the Island "in his hands" and his with the human touch. .

Drumbeat Club stays packed. .Richie Delamore doing well '
.22 i
with his "Lemon Tree," and Dudley Capron Isstl11 making that's a must.
albums and wowing them at the Emerald Beach. Same goes
for the sensational singer, Patrick Rolle. As for Nassau it f The gin I buy is London Dry.
is still the jumpingest place on this end of the earth. There
were no hotel rooms to be had that week-end. Every hotel, Gordon's. It's always brisk, .
and the Island reserved. ".
guesthouse, vacant room on was
Mayme went on to Freeport and stayed at the fabulous dry and smooth. .To me,

Oceanus Hotel, where Dr. Norman Lee,the great Hypnotist, "
is keeping Pirate's Den filled each night.. .Ricco Saundersis Gordon's is a must.
doing great with Avis Rent-A-Car, sez he will be home
next week for a couple of days...Freeport was loaded with W Fonta/ne Jones. A.I.A Architect and Ch'Hrmm of the Board.
visitors, too. Mayme came home on the Ariadne Monday West Side Chamber of Commerce of New York Architectural Coniutt.int on Latin Ameflctl
morning. They accused her of bringing the hurricane. The |
first one of the season In June followed her there, then Faith I
was headed that way. Clyde Killen's "Night In Nassau"was I
a complete success. There were two complaints: Mr. I
and Mrs. Jim Keen sez, "If we want to hear a rock & roll ""
band, we can go to any place in town, but if you're goingto
have a Night Nassau,you should have a Native Band
and show." The other complaint was that there were so n4'
many people, the place became too small. Next year it
should be held in the Auditorium or someplace larger, like I
The Continental for instance. .It is time for someone to
complain about the U.S. Customs and Immigration officials
that are stationed in Nassau and other foreign countries, .
who do not give the same courtesies that the Foreign Cus- "S .4."

toms and Immigration personnel extend to tourists. Theyare 'e6 wY
for the most part, very uncourteous and harsh in their
dealings with American Citizens, who are returning to the
United States. Those of you who have experienced this,
could drop a line to U.S. Customs and Immigration Dept.
Miami, Florida. 3h ...R..'IUI

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That's it for this week. Till the next one, when Quentin H
North will be our guest writer, LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOW- 1fs
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1!t LET'S TALK POLITICSBy OssoferI Phil r "''N +


: Norman E. )ones 1

was thrilled to read recently -

} Whit Is Hick Power? neglect that d the the Negro's almost total role

, in American and world history
Black Flower means many things to many people. Black as taught in our ( 4T';: ..
Power is called by many other different names by many schools b being lifted. Locally
different people. Black Power is nothing new that Carmichaeljust the Florida Council on
discovered is as old as mankind. Black Power exist- Human Relations is prepar-
ed in the Valley of the Nile and the Euphrates when the ing a study on the contributions -
Caucasian was running in Nomadic Tribes in what is now of minority groups

Europe.hy. to American history, at the
\\ the sudden furor? Is it because"Po.w"Is pr acedby"Black"
request of the Dade County
? Relations
Power has been sought used and abused since the dawnof Community
mankind. Every race and color of mankind has had Its BoardAs
a student of Negro history -
turn at Power sometimes for a brief period,sometimes for I believe that the in-
longer periods., but all ended the same way rise to Power elusion of the Negro'
reign of Power and decline d Power to be supplanted by achievements in history
either some one else or some other different kind of Power. of
should be a source prideto 5
.i
Sometimes 1 was the power d overwhelming hordes d the Negro and should '
warriors Like Gengis Khan the Mongol Conqueror or entitle him to that hard-
Atilla the Hun
earned dignity (yet denied
Sometimes Power might show up in the guise of The Divine -
bin well as the respect
Right of Kings which: kept Dynasties in Power for ) other as Americans. With _-n....... ---...,
of all
hundreds of years through inherence d Power many of
the release of true historical Gamma Delta Sorority, Inc., held
which: Kingdoms still exist. The six-day 21st annual boule of Tau recentlyat
Sometimes Power assumes the guise d Revolution to install facts this dignity and res- Chicago, started off with the Introduction of the outgoing incoming
the Palmer House,
should be forthcoming.An
a new and different system of Government by armed pect basileus by the head of the Chicago unit. From left Mesdames
conflict: as the American: French and Russian Revolutions. example of bow race supreme
Sometimes Power Is obtained by conquest of Nations prejudice has been overcome Earlie Elmore, basileus, Delta Chapter, Chicago; Eliza Hamilton, Eta Chapter
or territory as exemplified by the British. French. Dutch is told in a story from the New York, outgoing supreme basileus; and Agnes Fischer (seated), Beta Chapter:,

Portuguese German and Spanish Empires. Revolutionary War. The Detroit, incoming basileus. (NPI photo)
Sometimes Power is obtained under the guise of Religion state Massachussets: had
as evidenced by the Great Religions whose Power of- two Negro regiments. White
times exceeds the power of the Civil Government as ft"ldec- officers avoided taking com-
ed by the Roman Catholic Church: the Anglican: Church, mand d these regiments for Earl Wells Speaker At PTA AmiNal Workshop
the Eastern Orthodox Church Hinduism Judaism. [obammedism. obvious reasons. Finally a
Bud ll iszn. Shintoism ProtesaDlism.'ood-
ooism and other religious sects. Captain David Humphreys Earl A.Wells,principal of School, 15015 SW 103 Ave- should be of vital interestto t
of
volunteered to lead one
will be nue. Mrs. Elizabeth E.Curtis parents,teaches,administrators
Sometimes Power is obtained by Economics: as the Roth- distinguished Mays High School
them. His
regiment so the keynote speaker for the is Workshop Director.In and the general com
duds the DuPonts. A.T. & T..General Motors 'Be Shed itsetf in combat&at
the Oil Combine Mining inkiest other white officers Annual Workshop sponsored addition to three associate munity. The fee of $2.00 includes
Sometimes Power is obtained by apparently insignificant. by the Dade County Council consultants from the registration and
and small protests Eke the dumping: of British Tea in the fought just as hard to get of Colored Parents and University of Miami Con- lunch.
Boston Harbor and thederyingof BritBhTroopson Boston appointments to these Negroregiments Teachers to be held Satur- sulting Center Mrs. Frances Contact your local PTA

Commons by a ragged' band of then Revolutionists. as they to had avoid previously day, September 10, at Richmond Wall, Coordinator of Ele- unit C. John Capers, Council
fought Heights Junior High mentary Education and president or Mesdames
them.The Mrs. Lula G. Daye both of Genesta Sweeting, Docla
of the Negro
-
gallantry
Broward County will Haven Dorothy Hepburn
serve. or
Johsu Of Mlwiif soldier b further described guished a character, we sub-
"Let's Face It-New Chal- for your reservations before
"
in the story d Salem ni t to the Congress.
"
lenges for Schools the September 7th. Flan to at-
Poor> also to the Revolutionary Including the Negro's
theme of the Workshop tend.Subscribe .
Wat. He was commended participation in the teaching
..... ...
by his while o5 rs, who should r K KAAAJL.XAAJtKAJUl aa. .nn
'ID'! FIGURES cf American history IUUI .
I SCHOOL tad that he behaved in bat- aect the public in several

te like an experienced officer wa)a. It would provide the to the
3 FOR 50* as well as an excellent sold learned dignity as first
ie .. In an official commendation : class dozens to the Negro;
J presented to the Mass it should alter the prejudiced
achw sets General Court, opinions of the thus-far un-
Miami Times
these military dfiC'ersrote.. informed white Americans.
1186 NW 38th St. "We would only beg leave aid pouiblyailmcethe.-h1te

to say. In the person d this racial extremists by removing -
Negro centers a brave and the false concept of $5 a
635-4748 pliant soldier. The reward Inferiority with which be has year

due to so great and distin- labeled the Negro.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 2, 1966 9


$441,000 Approved For On To Dallas To National Baptist ConventionAll ,


persons who have pur- ing Miami the bus will stop who has served as treasurerof
chased seats on the chartered for passengers in FL Lauderdale this committee is quite
EOPI Job bus to attend the National West Palm Beach, and pleased that such a large
Training Baptist Convention In Dallas Od ando. Breakfast will be delegation will attend the con-

-. Texas, are requested to served in Tallahassee and vcntloa
The board of directors of than the national tion the- be at Providence Baptist from Tallahassee into Baton Being the sixty-fifth anni-
average. ,
the Dade County Economic He also said his staff was placement government in discourages the Church cf which Rev. C. J. Rouge, and then Dallas. All versary of the Women's Con-

Opportunity: Program, Inc., "beginning to assemble in construction field, he said. Burney is pastor at 9:00: persons who haven't made vention, sixty-five women
I approved a $441,000 pro- formation" on the problems "And I do not think I. P.M. on Sunday. After leav- reservations for rooms will from Florida will march
gram Monday to train 750 faced by untrained Negroesto should use federal funds for we please contact Dr. I. G. Pratt wearing the orange and
residents of the county's po- obtain apprenticeships in long who has rooms reserved toacwmodatealargenumber green banners and each con-
verty areas. the Dade training programs In 1 tributing $65 for thecauseof
construction field. WAR ON
the hotel field and then have JOINS POVERTY
The U.S. White missions and education.1If. .
Department of "It is a difficult situation our trainees work for starvation Mrs. Mary Frances
Labor bureau of apprentice traditionally here and wages," Strauss said. One of Dade County'smost
training must authorize the throughout the country,and About $300,000 of there- outstanding principalsand
fu rsi s. it will be hard civil leaders, Mrs. "" "'
a long, complicated quested $441,000 would be
"We expect approval this business," he said. used for "trainee expenses"in Elizabeth Espy Curtis has
fall," said Harold Strauss, Asked why the training the 1966-67 program. joined the war on poverty. 1' ;
EOPI Job training and development applicants were not being The funds, Strauss said, She will serve the Economic
director. placed In the construction, are used to compensate em- Opportunity Program, Inc., as 0
This is the second major garment and hotel-resort ployers for production loss assistant director in the home
move in the employment field fields, Strauss replied: during the training period.He management phase of the I
for EOPI in Dade this year. poverty war.
"Many Negroes longer said there is no job
, The first on-the-job training apply for construction apprenticeships shortage. Dade industrial Mrs. Curtis served 14
program started in April because it tra- firms have been "98 and a years as principal of R. R.
with 287 residents placed in ditionaly did them no goodto half per cent cooperative," Moton Elementary School in
y training posts. Of the total, apply." Attempts "are being and most of the trainees in Perrine and five as principalof
n 206 are now employed full- made" for a break the initial program this Phyllis'' Wheatley Elemen-
S time or in latephases of train- through and initial contacts spring have been boosted to tary.Born
ing. with construction field leaders 10 or 15 cents per hour more in Mississippi, she
" Strauss said, "Our percentage have been made, he said. than minimum wage ,after is a graduate of Atlanta Uni-
r, of dropouts from Since it hopes to discourage completing the training cycle, versity and studied also at
training positions Is lower "seasonal work situa he said. Florida A&M, Bethune College -
Temple University, the
University of Wisconsin and

J Florida Ministers Spend Vacations the University of Miami.
She has served the community -
Rev. E. tives and friends. Before cf in a multitude of organizations I hl,
(By Joseph Ray) Greater Bethel, Miami, .'
I Among the many mini leaving the DEEP SOUTH, A.M.E. Church spent her two including the ,i.
sters of Florida whoenjoyed they were guests of the Rev. weeks with relatives and Red Cross, Girl Scouts, Zoning -
vacations in August, were M. Brown and his congre- friends at Monticello, Fla.: Board, Hurricane Disaster
the Reverend and Mrs. Temperance gation in Nassau Bahama The Rev. and Mrs. S.A. Relief, PTA, Voter League
E. Wright, ministerof Islands, British West Indies, Cousin, Sr., minister of and United Church Women.In .
Great St. Paul A.M.E. where Dr. Graham participated Greater Bethel, had as their 1950, she was a delegate '1
Church, Coconut Grove, in the dedication of guests for two weeks, their to the White House Con-
Fla., who spent two weeksIn a Baptist Church facilities. son Phillip Robert (Bobby) ference exploring ways" "To
Trinidad with .the Rev. Before leaving Miami, Dr. Cousin, Sr., and his wife, Fulfill These Rights.
Wright's parents who are Graham, was host at Mt. with their four sons, fromSt.
natives there. Before leav- Zion, Baptist Missionary In- Joseph's AME Church,
ing the city, he attended the stitutional Church 301 N.W. Durham, North Carolina.
Miami District meeting held 9th St., at Third Ave., wherehe Mrs. Mary L. Johns- Patronize OurAdvertisers The Marvells, Miami's singing and swinging gift
by the Rev. }<'.A Allen, Pre- Is in his 18th year as Cousin, accompanied the to the entertainment world, will appear on Wildman
siding Elder, at Greater Pastor, to representatives young visitors, when re- Steve's sensational Labor Sunday Holiday Show at J
Bethel, Miami and pledgedhis of the local and national turned home, and spent her the Island Club. Jackie Wilson and Ben E. King are
choir and support to the committee planning the two weeks vacation with headline attractions.
S.A. Cousin BON VOYAGE housing and pulpit placementfor them and other relatives in
project. the National Council of the vicinity. The Rev S.A.

The Rev. and Mrs. Ed- in Churches Miami which Beach will Florida convene his Cousin two, enjoyed a portion of * * * ** * *
ward Theophilius Graham, weeks vacation as
DD., spent their vacation at, December,4-9th. 1966., the official delegate of the
their home In South Carol- The Rev. Mrs. Rubye Eleventh 'Episcopal' District Miami Jackson High
ina and vicinity, with rela- Manuel, Ordained Deacon (State of Floild: !? and the
Bahamas Islands, BWI The
AME Church, to the World
Methodist Conference in Adult Education CenterDADE

London, England.The .
WOOLWORTH'SReg. Rev. J.B. Blackwell, COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
minister of St. James AME

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 2, 1966 11

About Powell Announces Planning Session For

tijfA-\\;

Talk ,( National Conference On Black Power


BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL '). :r' I r Rep Adam Clayton Powell purpose of this Planning Ses- ponse from black people all "Only the representatives
; Chairman of the Education sion is to set up definitions, over the country when the of Black organization in
and Labor Committee, goals and guidelines which Black Power Conference America have been invited.
PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT Los Angeles Ma- announced today that the can operate with the frame- first announced at the specific Only those persons representing -
yor Sam Yorty's verbal blast at Sen. Robert Kennedy, Planning Sessions for the work of the concept of'Black suggestion of Floyd Mc- black organizations will
calling him an upstart trying to takeover the country. National Conference on Power.' Kissick, Executive Director be admitted to the various
\ Yorty said RFK is trying to ride on his brother's JFK) Black Power will be held "If we can evolve mean- of CORE and Stokeley Carmichael planning sessions of the Con-
! fame and his father's money and that he is on Saturday, September 3rd ingful progrems for the still-, Chairman of the rence."
out to get at 1:00 p.m. in Room 2175 deprived black masses of this Student Non-Violent Co-
LBJ Yorty was under Powell estimated that 150
Pres. tough criticism
from
of the Rayburn house Office country to more rapidly ordinating Committee.
t invitations to all of the headsof
Kennedy and Sen. Abraham Ribicoff (D. Conn.) for the friends
Building. achieve the Identical levelsof "Both of my good all the national black or-
failure of his city administration to cope with race Delegates will register at political, economic and Mr. Carmichael and Mr.Mc- ganizations in America were
problems in Los Angeles-mainly Watts, where 33 Ne- 10:00: and then assemble at educational power now en- Kissick: have rendered a constructive sent invitations as we-1 assent
1:00: in Room 2175 The joyed by the white majorityof and valuable contri-
groes and 'one white man died in a three day riot of invitations as well as
delegates will then be as- this country, then the Na- bution to the cause of unequivocal -
i violence and killing. .New York's those black people who had
Mayor John Lind-
signed to panels of their tional Conference on Black human dignity for
sey hasn't been in offtc&one year,.but already he has choice concerning the socio- Power will have accomplished the black people of this country written him invited.PATRONIZE earlier. requestIng '
; to be
raised subway trains and bus fares five cents, has logical components of'black its purpose. by urging this importantCall ,.
started a New York City tax which goes into effect power." "A Planning Session priorto for an In-Gathering of I
this month and now he is installing water meters in As convenor of the National the National Conferencewas the black people of Americato OUR
Conference on Black deemed necessary be- increase the power of their
all homes and building to gain more revenue.
Lindsey Power; Powell said: "The cause of the tremendous res- black peoplehood. ADVERTISERSDELMONICO
claims the city is almost broke. Lindsey now is a long
shot to lose the next election battle.

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USDA E E 1
1 MORE VIOLENCE IN NEW YORK Store windows CHOICE
I smashed,two cops injured and four youths arrested and 1Bon.l.ss
charged with disorderly conduct and felonious assault Rolisd

I last Monday night in Bedford-Styvescent section. The SIRLOIN TIP ROUND EYE orI

disturbance a sequel to a knife slashing fight betweena
Negro and white boy at a dance. It took 500 cops to
break up 300 teen warriors Aug. 10, Theadward ..34FLATBONE '
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Watson, 21-year-old Negro shot two white boys in .
Flatbush. He said, "he had to protect his wife and SIRLOIN

two kids after about 40 white boys gathered in front of & VIENNA lYKti

his home at .954 E. 15th Street (predominantly white & SAUSAGE

section) shouting "Come on out nigger." He pickedup SEMI-BONELESS FRANKS
his .22 calibre rifle and went outside begging themto STANDING .:
leave, they didn't, he shot two and called the police ,
dept. NAACP, Core, Urban League and ', .' mDRT'
others are helping the Watsons.

I L AN GROUND R.olly Trimm.d .
MIAMIAN IN NEW YORK
H ONI NIeRAIIr{MOIaD '
Cecil Claire working for : COOKED
New York's Housing Auth- CANNED NAM
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s lt.Sit[ 3 Ls.at[
Morehouse Project in .
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the Bronx. He is marriedto LB. : suNSHINE
the former Miriam Han- IiELLS 249 289 ;: HIHOh

nah. They are the parentsof NICROIIrMONtD.UT TATINE CRACKRS

one son, Kermit. The SLICED 79c -: 5 .... 1111 .... SID 'OOZ.
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gards to Mrs. Anna Johnson Ipp r;

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TEDDY ROBERTS TOP HAIR STYLIST Teddy is CALIFORNIA
Miami's own, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts of Liberty
City. In New York Teddy is owner and prop. of GUANi/YY .IUNT. RE.ERV.DDUBUQUE

the Mop City Barber Shop at 72 E. 125th St. Harlem'and .

caters to the Apollo stars and the smart set. i L 39u. SAUSAGE RL ROLL V' 4 { SUM I1i1I1TIIOIuR 9

TEEN TALK CHATTER MUSIC SURVEY Dionne CAKE
Warwick 'Boats and Trains and Planes" fame) now C3 M 7 f1YWWitROMICNIaAN DANIHurTNPARtsrou
Mrs. Bill Elliott is the big sister of her hottest com- .. I--M; I'II..Ma -r { QUICK FROZEN LVICRArLOR GRADE "A" NORcNOc
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smash Billy Stewart's "Summertime" dedicatedto \ BREAST HEN OR TOM
Key West's Frankie McIntosh 5 Stairstep's I 2L'S.2o a or LEGS L'.49 TURKEYSWIMCS

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Tribute to the late Josephine Mickins Black, ; ,
we dedicate Jeb Stuart's hit "Dreamers Hall of Fame" -IMIORTD DELICATESSEN SLICED AQ KOSHaIIZI'U..Ul'
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 2, 1966

ALBERT. Joe W Bailey, 1456
N.W. 57th St., passed Aug.
Mrs. Cora Gurlle, 955 28. Scrivces and burial will

CARDS MEMORIALS N.W. 75th St., expired Aug. be held in; Moreland, Ga-,.
DEATHS
?.} 24. Remains was sent on Sunday where remains

}f lkF to Cairo, Ga. Sunday night are being sent at 12 noon

for final rites. 3 daughters, Friday. His survivors Include -
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Mrs. Cleo Finch,Mrs. Earnestlne -
4 Mes-
daughters, ,
IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn Peters and Mrs. Katie dames Mattle Martin, Cora,
I Lee Cain, and 4 sons, Willie
Colton, Janie Bellinger and
family of the late
..- loving memory of our James, Donnie and Opa Lee Summerlin; 1 stepdaughter

dear loved one, Arthur Cooper, are among Mrs. Clara Murray

her survivors. and 1 sister.

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1 S e. *
Maynos Simmons, Jr.,
Mrs. Margaret Ferguson
2951 N.W. 66th St., died
J I 1'M of 6204 N.W. 14th Ct.,
suddenly Aug. 23. His survivors
died Aug. 30. 4 daughters,
Include his wife
Betty;
Mesdames Blanche Moss
parents, Mr. and Mrs. May. ,
Ellen Johnson Noami Collie

,
1..L.1MRS. nos Simmons, Sr.; 4 sisters,
and Lola 2
Ferguson;
Mrs. Geneva Morgan, Misses
sons, Robert and Casey Ferguson
Mary V., Ethel, and
11
and many other relatives
Geraldine Simmons; 4
survive. Services will
brothers, Curtis, Leandrus,
be conducted Saturday at
Theophilus and Eddie; 1
2 p.m. from the Church of
grandmother and a great-
God of Prophecy Elder
MARY JACKSONwho ,
DEATH NOTICE grandmother. Remains was
departed this life Sept. Arnold Demeritte, pastor.
sent to Eastman, Ga, Fri-
1, 1965. MRS. OLIVE BLANCH I Rev. Thomas A. Rolle, 71, dau noon for services.William *
One sad and lonely year MATTHEWSwho j Grand Worthy Patron of the
has passed since you went departed this earthly I Bethlehem Grand Chapter of S M Alex McCollum Jr.,

again. A precious one fromus life Aug. 4, 1966 and whose Ithe Order of Eastern Stars, Faison 2285 N.W. 152nd St., Opa-
< R s H. Jr.,
is gone. A voice we loveda final repose terminated Aug. : while at work In Ft.
place is vacant in our illness. He
8, takes this method of expressing following a long
home which can never be our heartful thanks !lived at 5995 NW 24th Ave. Heights, passed Aug. Myers, Fla. Aug. 2$. He Is
filled. I is dark within 25. Among his survivors are survived his 1
A" out a thirty third degree Mason by parents,
and to the
dwelling, lonely in our appreciation many Rev. Rolle had served as his wife, Idella; 6 daughters; son, 1 brother, 7 sisters and
friends for cards, letters, RICHARD SINGLETARY 3 father Rev. W. H.
hearts today for the one we Worshipful Master for forty sons; several nieces, nephews and
florals and other acts of sym- who departed this life August Faison stepmother 1 sis-
loved so dearly has forever years, Most Excellent High ; ; other relatives. Funeral ser
passed away. pathy 8.fcSyrlVi: during our be- 31, 1964. We have spent many Priest, Eminent Commanderand ter and 3 brothers IncludingRev. vices were held Monday at

Gone, but not forgotten.The reavement. hours remembering that sad numerous other offices. R.H. Faison, pastorof 11 a.m. from First Bapt.
day and the days that followed Temple Faith Church in
Special thanks to Rev.T. 'He was Grand Worthy Patronfor Church of Bunche Park
Lessie Green which have left a gap that Opa-locka. Services were
and the efficientstaff
C. Kelly seven years, he was dea- following which remains
was
And Jackson FamiliesIN cannot be filled in our lives. held Monday at 2 from
of the Funeral at Mt. Tabor Baptist p.m.
con
Range sent to Register, Ga. for final
He is gone, but not for- Morning Star Bapt. Church
I home. Church for twenty years be- rites and burial.
Mrs. Dorothy Matthews gotten. fore he preached his trial Princeton, of which his fatheris

Annie Singletary, wife sermon in 1945. He served as pastor with burialinParadise.
Winifred Brooks
Rose McBurse, Jenlce Rogers an associate minister in New Be a Nurse's Aide

MEMORIAM daughters Frankie Ferguson, Bethel Baptist Church and THE IDEAL SCHOOL

t daughters pastor of st. Peters Baptist Mrs. Albina Boles, FOR .TRAINING

In loving memory of our CARD 0 F THANKSThe Duane McBurse & Pshawn Church in Perrine. Survivors 22180 S.W. 122nd Ave., NURSES' AIDES

beloved son and brother Rogers, grandchildrenIN include his wife Louise; a' Goulds, expired Aug. 26.

I family of the late daughter Mrs. Mary \m Ro- Services were held Tuesdayat 2380 W. FlagUr Street

.'t PFC MELVIN ROLLE MEMORIAMIn zier; one stepdaughter, Mrs. 1 p.m. from Mt. Pleas- Call or write for Informa-

would like to thank their L. B. Matthis, five grand- ant Bapt. Church, Rev. A.H. tion: 443-9741

many friends for the many loving memory of cur children, one sister, Mrs. Lockett, pastor. Several Morning Classes:
Christian Rolle, one brother nieces and includ-
dear and beloved nephews
cards and telegrams and for 9 a.m. to 12
both of the Bahamas. p.m.
Ser- ing Mr. Harry Major of
the comfort they brought us
hours of bereave- vices Saturday at 2 p.m. Perrine as well as a dear Evening Classes:
during our
ment. from the Mt. Tabor Baptist friend, Mrs. Moann Everett 7 to 10 p.m.

Special thanks to the Church, Rev. I. C. Mickms, with whom she lived, sur Register now for new
pastor of Mt. Olivette Baptist
House of Albert vive. classes.
Rev. I. C. .
1 church will deliver the eulogy
p' f Mickins, Mrs. Mary A. Bruno, ,
the Rev. Purdy S.Brown is the
Mrs. Rosa Rushing of Mt.
rbr
I pastor of the church. Bain s ..
r Olivette Baptist Church, Reginald Funeral Home of Coconut '
r Burton, Mr. Robert Wil-
Grove will direct services.
cox and co-workers at the air- LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

=, port, and Mr. Paschal of

Miami Northwestern. t !RANGE Will be closed Labor Day for regular service.

Gate will be for
open visitors.
The Rolle Family
CLYDE CULMER Jerry Bell.Jr. of 3540 NV
who departed this life AUI. 209th Ten died Aug. 29. Survivors 3001 NW 46th STREET NE ...197

29, 1949. J are his widow, Mrs. I E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, 0X-1.9199

Death is a heartache none IN MEMORIAMIn Dorothy Bell; five children,

can healMemories memory of my dear three sisters, Minnie Lee ,
are treasures none mother Braddy, Lillie Williams and

stealAlthough Martha Richardson; one

you have gone r t brother, Albert and other relatives s

and left us WYMILDRED and friends. Services EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK, Special Notice for

Love for you still 1 lingers in 4ic will be held Saturday at the Regular Sunday Visitors, effective only for THIS

our hearts. MR Church of the Living- God the Sunday, September 4th proceeding Labor Day, Monday,
w S. ALLEN Pillar and Ground of Truth. ; Sept. 5th.Instead .
Mrs. Lillian Culmer Smith,
who departed this life August Rev. Braddy, officiating.Mr. of
mother I being open on Sunday, which is our usual

.. James Culmer, brother 31. 1962. Edward Armbrister, practice, THIS Sunday will be the start of a Two-

Samuel Culmer, brother We loved her, but God loved died in Chicago where he I Day Employees Holiday Sept. 4 & Sept. 5. The Gates

Miss Lorraine Culmer, niece her best. May she rest in was living for the 12 will be closed
past both with
._, peace and light perpetual days, no burials, only the
shine upon her. years. Survivors are his mother, : Usual Police Patrol in and around the Park.H. .
CARD 0 F THANKSThe Mrs. Frances Dames, two sis-

Mrs. Syble Butler, aunt ters, Florence Taylor and E. WALTHER, Supt.
family of the late Mrs. Joyce MatthewsMrs Edna D. McKinney; two brothers EVERGREEN CEMETERY

MR. MORRIAL MANN ..-.,-. Susan B. Williams Eugene Armbrister and 3065 NW 41 Street, Miami, Fla. 33142 Tel. NE 48242WE'RE
wishes to express heartfelt Ellis Dames; other relatives.
MRS. MARION
appreciation to the wonderful DAMES Services will be held Saturday

friends and neighbors for who departed this life Aug. \ 2 p.m. at St. Mary's t r '' N''uAWO a e 1.t

their many acts of kindness 22, 1965. We loved her but ( Methodist Church. Rev. *"

extended during his illness jesus loved her best. Stuart, officiating.

and death. Gone and sadly missed,

The numberous cards, but will never be forgotten.The Rufus Bacon of 2280 NW '

telegrams and floral offerings 155th St. Opa-locka died

were a real source of solaceto Family Aug. 26. His survivors are (.
his brother, Percy 0. Brown; |"

us.May we say a special several nieces and nephews; l;

thank you to tue Rev. Bradley IN MEMORIAM other relatives. Services i i:

t I and the members of the In loving memory of my were held Thursday 1 p.m. at

Mt. Calvary Baptist phurch.: wife, .4' St. John Baptist Church. Rev. &

Also to the Plasterers Ten- ,,- .. 1'r.; '- Thedford Johnsonofficiating. *
"' .t
ders Local Union No. 635. : t't.-.: \( '
,,.,... Mrs. Willie ONLY
Lee
We pray God's choicest .V Tucker of .
blessings on each of you. ; ..,. ) I 6314 NW 15th Ave. died Aug. I !} i? A PHONE CALL AWAY
r\ 30. She is survived by her I

Mrs. Juanita Mann & Family son Clinton Wagner and other I To know
IrQ that
relatives. services will be .- we are here

CARD OF THANKSThe Mr. Earl White, formerly ol held Monday in the chapel. ? twenty-four hours 'a day ,

Miami died August 29, in Mrs. Rosa Lee Donaldson S to help you-

family of the late New York City. He was an of 710 NW 15th Ct. died Aug. **

REV. WILLIAM MURRAYof honor graduate of Dorseyhigh 26. she is survived by her '*::' ,. with funeral facilities'' t:,
DIANA PINDER school in 1955. He husband
Clarence
Gainesville, Fla., who ; two sis- &
resided here in Miami with who departed this life Sept. was a graduate of DiI1ardUniversity ters, Ella Mays and Ruby M. *.... can be comforting. 1.
in New Orleans, Houston
5, 1952. ; two brothers, Leo-
his daughter Mrs. J. L. Dixon :
Merciful Savior hear after which he served in the nard and Tommie I IjL'g
for six months, wish to take our Dobson and ;
United States \my ,
humble prayerFor other relatives.
this method of thanking the Services were ..
lie was studying law at
all conducted
many, many friends of Miami beyond thy life servants care passed the time he was stricken. in the chapel.Wednesday 5 p.m. "'My Father in Heaven, help
and the entire state of Fla. }'
Though sin has touched them, lie leaves to mourn a host of Y me never to forget Thy love

for the kindnesses rendered yet their weakness spare. relatives. A wife, his mother, E it looks up to me'in the

of during Rev.the Murray.illness All and of death you 0 grant them pardon jesus Mrs. Alice White Pickney, TELL OUR .. /' beauty of the flower ."
two sisters Barbara Forbesand '
Savior blest, I "
will teceive words of appre- Sandra Morton, all of John Henry Jowett
ADVERTISERSYOU
And give their spiritis light
ciation through the maUl and endless rest. New York City, a grandfather,' Oscar L.
Thank you one and all. Mr. William Gibson and his SAW IT IN THE Range

and The Family paternal grandparents Mr. and TIMES
The Dixon Murray Funeral' Home

_-Families William PmderSr.hu3band Mrs.- White-of Miami. .. . . . . .J'

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Since residents paid for property, Metro should equip and supervise playground I

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FROM
WH ERE I SITBY
ThIs means that by the first of the year, the populationof the population scheduled to skyrocket to 21,000 by Jan-
BILL McBRIDE this community will be increased by another 3,500 uary 1, 1967, the problem is magnified to an alarming
persons.It degree.
will be well for all concerned and the Metro We noticed with dismay, that none of the $4,063,129
Commission, in particular, to note that the majority of allocated to the Recreation and Parks Department in the
County Should Build these future Brownsville residents have been hard-core Metropolitan Dade County budget for the fiscal year 196667was
: slum dwellers for most of their lives, and will bring with earmarked for additional, and or improvement of
?& them their slum habits; social and economic problems which existing recreational facilities in or around the Browns-
: Brownsville may Include unemployment or underemployment; alchol- ville area.
I: ism; drug addiction, marital problems; incohesive family This leads us to believe that the County Manager and

Pool Now resulting from divorce, separation, or illegitimacy; poor Commission are certainly uninformed or are guilty of
housekeeping; criminal records; phychologicalpsychiatric, overlooking the complexity and explosive nature of this
or other health problems. It certainly goes with saying situation.
i>r a number of years now, Brownsville, a sprawling that the residents
present of
Brownsville are faced with While we realize that community improvements are
community, just a stone's throw outside the
egro many highly complexed problems in the
assimilatipn of these i before the
usually planne making up of the budget; we
limits has been
west city one of Dade most
and well County's disadvantaged people into the fabric of their community,and feel that the exclusion of funds for additional playground
ressive kept communities.
should certainly receive the immediate >
attention of the EO} !
,
is community of approximately 18,000 residents is voluntary agencies, churches, civic groups with the greatest facilities and a swimming pool for the Brownsville area
d by N.W. 19th Avenue on the east, N.W.37th part of the burden falling on the Metro commission.This was a tragic mistake. A mistake which could cause
lue on the west, N.W. 58th Street on the north and Irreparable damage to a once proud community, which ,
'
|. 41st Street on the south. column feels very strongly that The Dade County 1 through no fault of its own,faces the very strong possibility (
has almost all of the ingredients to be a city within Government, should lead the wav in meeting the problemshead of becoming another Washington Heights type misery and
schools, churches, a hospital and a multitude of on before these new people are moved into the crime breeding slum community. Hence, we strongly
II I, but thriving businesses (mostly Negro owned and Brownsville area, and the problems become more acute. recommend that this unfair situation be placed on the
ted). Most of Its residents are home owners. It As aforementioned recreational facilities for this area's agenda of the next Metro Commission meeting for im-
has Its own community center, built under the aus- population of 18,000 is almost non-existant, and with mediate and appropriate action.
Is of the Brownsville-Improvement Association, long
watchdog organization of the community. Its residents
long displayed an enviable sense of pride In their
|munity of well kept homes and lawns;and Its low crimeis i lIrll.lnllr I.
a matter of official record. A large number of its I
bitants moved into this community from "old Rail-
BETTER LIGHT
Shop", being displaced when their property was -r
iscated in 1946 to make way for the building of Alia- l "I11
Ian elementary school and Manor park and pooln '
} spite of its many accomplishments,this community has lightensHOMEWORK \
IT been successful in getting Dade County to provide '
fwlmmlng pool and adequately equipped and super-
d playgrounds for use by its thousands of youngsters. '" ,'<<
absence of which makes it appear to be a real miraclethe .
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problem of juvenile delinquency has not been I ,il ." .
ronounced in this community as it has been in otherof :r. < '

comparable size and make up. -'i't' O 'Q I ;
'or some reason which looms as a mystery to many '
e countians, those persons who are responsible fording
sites for the construction of units \ ;;,> .
public housing .
rouse the low income families being displaced by the ,- I1 J7AV ',T.:'.0;...--.2,,,,,,,,,,...,,,.,...,.,:,. ,, 1"-. an Renewal and expressway projects are laboring i n
ler. the idea that the majority of these units had to beIt ... I
in the Brownsville Community. Some eight public
sing developments containing 411 units, to be occupied WRESTLING'S LOSS, AC-
1 approximately 2,500 persons, are presently under COUNTING'S GAIN RobertE. ,
structlon by the Miami Housing Authority, scheduled Blount, a student leader a
kompletion by the first of the year.n and also a wrestling : a
addition to the public housing units now under pion while attending Morgan \ y ;,..
Istruction, private builders are expected to finish con- State College, where he was 1 a
|ction of enough apartment units to house another graduated in 1965. has joinedthe
[00 displaced persons in the Brownsville community. Accounting Department of '
Humble Oil & Refining Company \ ,
in Baltimore, Maryland.
He returns to the city wh'ere
he attended college, also'
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National' Baptist Convention To Meet In Dallas




I Sept. 6-77, Theme is "United We Stand" i


The National Baptist Con. rights controversy.Dr. answers to the following Thursday morning, Sept. 8.

vention, USA, Inc., the largest Jackson said reports questions: An international figure
and addresses "will reflect 1. Have Negroes turned Dr. Johnson has been a NEW HOPERev.
and one of the most wide-
and emphasize the convention's staunch advocate of civil
CHAPELRev. from religion enmasse?
ly respected Negro organizations W. E.Sims, pastor
basic philosophy in rights and of dedication
to
2. Do Negroes appreciatewhat
in America, will assemble Mary L. Mayfield
H. J. reporterWe
pastor
Benson first-class citizenship and they are and what they the principles of' law and
15,000 delegates
some
Muriel Ward, reporterWe and visitors September 6 the philosophy of civil have produced? order. He has emphasized the have concluded a

are looking forward to through 11 in Dallas, Texas.Dr. rights. Are the majority of Negroes use of the ballot as one of successful week of revival,

J. H. Jackson, presi- anti-American anti- the most effective forces of conducted by Rev. Solomon of
a successful Woman's Day in Delegates will pay tributeto
all the elements in first-
October, under the guidance dent, will preside over this, a chaj pion of civil rights white? class Mt. Zion Baptist Church of
4. Are they dedicated to: citizenship
jthe 86th national conclave. Hialeah. we were blessed
of the chairman, Mrs. Annie- the late President John F.
Lee Ounter, and co-chairman, He will be assisted by his Kennedy, on Saturday, December understanding and goodwill? His philosophy of fellow- with 12 new members.
t s cabinet of officers and the Governor James B. Con- The president and
is mem-
a Mrs. Juanita Sheppherd. We 10, with a special ship between groups set
will have a great success. 90member( board of directors,.memorial services for Ken-, nally, Texas, and Mayor Erik forth in his recent book, bers of Usher Board No. 1

Some of the captains re- Theme of the convention nedy at the site of his assa- Johnson of Dallas are sched- "Many But None," published would{ like to thank everyonefor
ceived their list of workers will be "United We Stand." aaination. The service will uled to address the conven- Sheed and Ward. making their tea a successon

already during the morning Delegates are expected to be held from Ito 2 p.m.' tion. Dr. Jackson is pastor of last Sunday. special thanksto

service. bolster their efforts for unityin The convention will at; Dr. Johnson will deliver Olivet Baptist Chutch of the speaker, Mrs. Hazel

The pastor is asking all view of the current civil tempt to provide constructiveST. the keynote address on Chicago. Sanders.
Our pastor and First
members to pay their budget
money by the second Sundayin Lady will leave next week to

September. PAUL"AMERev. FIRST BAPTISTOF GREATER NEW attend the National Baptist
FRIENDSHIP Convention at Dallas, Texas
Usher Board No. 1 is having '
a dinner sale at the home Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor T. C. Kelly, pastor BROWNSVILLERev. MACEDONIARev. and a vacation afterward.Let .

of Mrs. Mabel Carter at 2372' Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Mary Rawls, reporter W. M. Davis, pastor Roscoe Jackson, pastor' us remember our rick:

NW 51st Terrace. We are so The Trusettes"of, St. Paul Mrs. Donella Turner, reporter Willie J. Beard, reporter and shut-in' members in our
happy to have a number of our Usher Board No. 3 is would like to say'to their prayers.
Trip to Key Sunday evening "Christian God's You are always welcome.
members back from their sponsoring a members and friends; thank August women
vacations.Mrs. west Labor Day via the for splendid 28, the entire church was Stockpile, putting on the
you your cooperation
Lucy Williams and Church s International bus. their 52nd highly inspired by the won- Whole Armour" was the MT. CARMEL
on Anniversary.
husband, Jesse returned Fare is $4.00 round trip. Bus derful sermon delivered by theme of our Third Annual
his 225
Our minister was at best. NW 14th TerraceWe
from Louisiana visiting hen i will leave about 6:30: a.m. awarded Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor of Women's Day Observance.
Certificates were to
fromS. and return about 7:30 Friendship Baptist Church. From the Sunday School, have
d aunt. Margarette Golson same 35 of our members for 30-35-( so much to be
Carolina, Mrs. Ruth Payneof day.The president Bro. J. C. years of dedicated service. The members of eec h throughout the evening ser- thankful for. We had a great

3108 NW 58th St. and Mrs. Wright and members invite Orchids to our Junior singing group really enjoyed vices, the Holy Ghost was revival. The Rev. Everett

Flora Leid of 5707 NW 31st you to be with them. (Choir and Junior Ushers for a their anniversary. The amount truly present. The chairman, preached out of his soul. The

l'> Ave. will spend the weekend Special get well wishes to ,job well done. raised was $851.89. We like co-chairman, officers and Lord blessed us to have 221

r. in Tallahassee visiting their our pioneer member in' Please.visit the sick. tothank each and everyone committee chairman of the candidates and 13 coming

brother and sisterinlaw.Mr. Christian, Deacon Issa who worked so willingly, Women's Day Observance, back to the fold., Also on
and Mrs. Underwoodhad Richardson and to all our Lovefeast Friday night. also the young ladies who wish to thank each and Sunday we had a wonderfultij

a baby girl. Mrs. Under other sick members. All roads are leading to prepared dinner in the dining everyone of you who took e. The pastor preached out
I(the Second Sunday in Novem-
wood is the organist of the We are elated over our < room after service. part in and participated on of his soul. The male chorus
ber. This will be our 22nd
church. We are happy for many visitors each week. the program. They did a sang Sunday morning and
Annual Woman's Day. We are SHILOH BAPTISTRev.
their blessed event. Come to church, have your \asking all members to ,do tremendous job. choir No. 2 Sunday night.

We are happy to have Mr. faith lifted. ;J their best. A. M. Griffin, pastor Grand total raised for The pastor, deacons and
and Mrs. Olof Simmons fromSt. this day: $2,966.22. Sis. delegates will be leaving
ZION HOPE Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter
Tommie Lou Grissom was Friday
Paul AME Church from to attend the National
The president, officers and i 1
Hamilton Bermuda, BWI to crowned Miss Greater Newr Baptist Convention in Dallas
Rev. Freeman, pastor members of the No. 2 choii
worship with us.. HURST CHAPEL. Macedonia, raising the highest visitors are always welcome.
Sister E. Jackson, reporter wish to take this opportunityto r
Mrs. Barbara Began Pool amount of money, $253.28. Remember the sick and shut-
thank each and
is in Cedars Hospital.We wisher h 1 services last Sunday were Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor who helped to make their everyone 15th' She was crowned by the outgoing ihs and those who have lost

a speedy recovery. She spiritually high all day. Our Laura Adger, reporter anniversary a success both queen of three years, loved ones.
'\ is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. pastor 'preached'', out of his Services 'were very high financially and spiritually,, Sis. Mytrice Murray. The' Don't forget our Labor Dayat

t Dan Bogan. Let us pray for all day Sunday. The presiding There will be a auxiliary that raised the the church. We will havea

the sick and shut-ins. soul.The women have started elder was here with us. The sale Saturday at the rummage churcl highest amount of money for barbecue sale, potato pies

working hard on their Woman'sDay Gospel Chorus sang all day beginning at 9 the second consecutive years and ice cream. We are asking
a.m. spon sore<;
program. and with' their very ,tine:'' by the No. Ushers Board. was Ushers Board No.2. you to come and buy something -

MT. SINAIRev. Rev. Freeman is askingall musician, Mrs. Willie M. Remember to visit and Dea. Vandell Bovan, pres. from us.
children and grown-ups to James they did a lively job. They received the trophy
,
for the sick and shutins,. ST.
pray JAMES
BAPTI ST
.
S. A. Thomas
pastor please attend Sunday Schoolat The pastor presented the 1 Deacon Major Summersett again this year. "May God

Dorothy Chaney, reporterIt 9:30 a.m. Let us pray for presiding elder, the Rev. F. A" Bro. Chris Smith and all o ,' forever bless and keep youur Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor
"
has been reported that our sick and shut-ins. Allen of the Miami District, other sick all. Sis. Netta Kelly is
members.
our pastor is doing well who spoke interestingly. chairman. Sis. Willie Mae The Woman's Day chair-

We still ask the prayers of GRACE Sunday night Rev. George;. BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe Williams;co-chairman. man Lillian and Curtis co-chairman, Mrs.
and
Mrs.
everyone for our sick and shut- Washington preached out of --
in members. PRESBYTERIANRev. his soul. CHURCHES OF Marion Johnson, along with
Baha'is in Create
r pastor take this
Saturday, Sept. 3, is the We are looking forward to method of
Miami and their friends wil i
W. F. Savoy, pastor CHRIST SCIENTIST thanking their members
day of the church's annual Men's Day in October. The be watching the wellknom and
picnic. This includes membersof The and his family is with wn friends who helped to make
pastor pleading
pastor me :i CBS program "Lamp Unto M' "God's use of man as hiss their
the Sunday School and BTU are happy to be ba ck in Miami, bers to pay their budgets by Feet," the oldest religioui;:( witness will be a major Woman's Day a Suc-

rJ as well. The bus will leave after a wonderful vacation (in the third Sunday in Sept ember.1, program on TV Sunday, Sept theme of the Bible Lesson cess. Special thanks to Mrs.
from the church parking lot Ohio and Michigan. All Eastern Stars' are ask 4 10 ( Laura Williams, 'our
a.m. on Channel 4, portraying 'on "Man" at Christian I
: ". at 9:30.: Will you be there ? This Sunday morning, we ed to please be present Mon the faith. ,Science Church services speaker, for the lovely mes-

,II+ The National Baptist will celebrate the Holy day night at the home of This documentary on th; on this Sunday. sage, and to all the partici-

Convention is being held in Communion at the 11 a.m. Mrs. Laura Adger, Sept. 5, Baha'i World Faith, title d The Golden text is from pants on the program, who

Dallas, Texas September 5-11. service. At 7:30: p.m., the All financial and unfinancial "Baha'i-The Glory of God"I Job "God exalteth by his made the occasion so uplift-

Delegates from our churchare Christian Education Commit members are urged to attend 1, will include both the national 1| power..Remember that ing.
Mrs. Bemyce Greene and tee will present a program. Business of bital importance.
House of Worship in Wilmette,, thou magnify his work, which BETHLEHEMRev.
Mrs. L. E. Thomas. We look forward to a full Illinois and the Baha'i International w men behold."

The women of our church and progressive month of Headquarters, which i Passages to be read fromi Oscar West, pastor

ri( have selected their committee September. are on Mount Carmel in i the denominational textbook Gloria Howard, reporter

chairmen. They are: publicity, Holy Land, haled as the most t t will include these lines: Sunday's services were at
Mrs. Ruth Spann; solicitation, BROWNSVILLE EBENEZERThe beautiful spot in Israel by "God will heal the sick their highest peak. All those

Mrs. Carrie Smith; finance, many travel books and visa. through man, whenever man present were spiritually
Mrs. Bernyce Greene; music, BAPTIST men of Ebenezer tors to the Holy Land.TES. is governed by God." blessed.

Mrs. W. A. Polite; program, Methodist Church, in a com You are always welcome Our evening and most soul
Rev.
Phillip H. Cooper
Mrs. Emma Engram. pastor bined effort had a successful to attend Christian science touching message was deli-
Pauline I. Cooper, reporter Annual The Lord's Supper will be church services vered
i Men's Day on Aug. Sunday 11 by the Rev. Taylor, an
Vacation Bible School was 21. administered during the morn- a.m. and Wed. at 8 p.m. associate minister of Jordan

quite a success under the The entire congregationwas ing and evening services on Grove. Also present were

NEW MT. MORIAHRev. direction of Mrs. Emma Jones. really enlightened by our Sunday, and the choirs will MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. Rev. Smith and Rev. Drain ,

A. L. Shipp, pastor The attendance was large dynamic speakers of the day; sing jointly. also of Jordan Grove.
Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterWe each day. The pastor instructed Mr. George Ross and MM Last Sunday the women P. S. Brown, pastor Our Choir No. 2 was in full
I the children very dramati- Eugene Kemp for their Inspiring organized for woman's Day Dessie Crockett, reporters awing for their first time
were blessed to have with Miss Edwina Lord a The .Willing Workers and
from
cally the Old and the New messages on the Sunday. Congratulations and
14 candidates for Baptism Testament. Mrs. Cooper ha theme "Paving the Road to chairman; Mrs. L. Taylor, Choir No. One wish to take keep up the good work.

Sunday morning we are charge of arts and crafts. Peace." co-chairman; Miss H. Smith, this opportunity to thank each Let us not forget to

thankful to God for these The week ended on Friday Our thanks to our visitors secretary, and Mrs. L. M. of you who helped to make for our sick and shutins.pray

young people of tomorrow. with a surprise from the pas who collected our general Colebrook as treasurer. This their program a success. Theyare

We are asking a special tor a boat ride up and down offering and those who participated group will meet weekly to truly grateful to you for ST.
blessing to God for Rev. Virginia Beach. Each person on the program further their organizationand your gratitudes.The MARY'S W.M. ,

Tanner. expressed himself as having The Male Choir, under the to set their plans for morning services were Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Rev. Brown of Opalockaand .enjoyed the whole week. direction of Mrs. Maybe the annual observance which powerful; there fore we are Miss Dorothy Major, reporter '
our own Rev. Jackson delivered Porter rendered superb and culminates on the second Sun asking the membership and Services were spiritually 1

I the messages Sunday MT. CALVARY delightful musical seJectlonsfoithe day in November. the community to' continue in high on last' Sunday. Our pas-

respectively. we are thankfulfor occasion. The work and l Coming events: The Mis- prayer for the success of the tor was in charge all day.

Rev. Jackson in our big Our pastor will be leaving efforts of the chairman an1 sionary Society, Mrs. Flo- church, morally, financiallyand The Lord's,Supper will be '

family. for the National Baptist Convention co-chairman and their worn rence Hepburn, president, spiritually. administered morning and
We are happy to say that which will convene ''' kers; each of the committees will celebrate its anniversary Business meeting will be night on this first Sunday.

our pastor will deliver the! Dallas Texas. He will leave and the captains are certainly Sunday, Sept. 11. The Male held tonight. Thursday at 8 Woman's Day is in full

morning message Sunday. on Wednesday, Sept. 7. We appreciated. We also wish to Chorus, Charles Ambrose, p.m. All members are askedto swing. The chairman, Mrs.

We will also partake the pray God's spirited blessings thank the many auxiliaries president, will celebrate its attend. Rebecca Bethel asks all members .
Lord's Supper at the evening upon him that he may have a of the church and visitors for anniversary Sunday, Sept. 18. Bible Class and Choir No. and friends to please

service.we safe trip. their attendance and support. Brother T. Bonivy, chairman 1 will meet Friday night at support this day.
are still asking foryour The No. Two Usher Board May God bless each and l of the trustee board and 8 p.m. for their weekly ses- Our drive will climax Sept.

prayers for the pastor, will be selling potato pies on everyone of you. treasurer of the church, was "sion. 25. Watch the paper for later
.. shut-ins and those who are i in Saturday and Sunday. You may Rev. A. D. Hall is pastor, taken to Jackson Memorial Remember to visit the developments.

the armed services. order your pie today by call- Benjamin Strachan, general Hospital last week because* sick and shut-ins, pray with A Barbecue sale will be

Visitors are always wel ing PL 9-8654 or 696-6353. chairman, Thomas Francis, of illness. He returned home and for them for their speedy held at the church Labor Day.

come. The pies are only $1.00. publicity chairman. Tuesday and is convalescing. recovery. The public is invited.



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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 2, 1966 15alIas


I > Expects- 25,000 For National Baptist Convention

Texas Governor John dergyman, who is the Entertainment will includethe the winners receiving
and Dallas Mayor Headquarters hotel will auditorium. other highlights p.m.
Idle onnally will offer of- Chairman of the be the Statler-Hilton, but In With the Governor, the president's address on scholarships in varying amA "
Jonsson convention
Idal greetings to a getherlng time in This than Is the first view of the great numberof Mayor, and Dr. T.A Patterson Thursday morning, when trip to the John F. Ken
more
20
20,000 and that the years visitors expected, Executive Secretaryof Dr. J. H. Jackson, presidentof nedy Memorial Site Is
% between people when the Na-, had Its annual organization has practically all Dallas hotels The Baptist General Con the Convention will address planned for Saturday, at
|5,000 Baptist Dallas. meeting In and motels have offered their vention of Texas, offering the gathering, and a which the Bishop College
oral Inc.. nolds Its0anual The hospitality to the visitors. their welcomes at the official talk by Gerard Lamb, Treasurer band will furnish music. This
IJS.A.[ meeting, In Dallas from dose Convention to numbers A thousand-voice choir, opening of the meeting on of the State of Connecticut will be followed by a tour
6 through 11th, Baptists the 10,000,000 from churches all over the Wednesday morning, September on Friday evening.An of Bishop College.
,
ptember largest Negro when famed Theme of the meeting this
to Dr. Caesar dty, will offer a "pre-con- 7, the oratorical contest for
cording Dallas organization said Dr. In the world, vention" program on Tues Bishop College choir will fur high school graduates is year will be "United We
hark, prominent Clark. day at 7:30 p.m., In the nish the musical Interludes slated for Friday at 7:30 Stand."



r- 23,322 Attend Witnesses ConventionThe GUESS WHAT ??
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Miami Beach Con- parallel in all human his The Witnesses belief that Beauty Craft Salon JACKSON'S BEAUTY SALONat

ention Hall was packed to tory."There God's kingdom was established 6856 NW 15th Ave. 7304 NW 7th Avenue
Capacity Sunday as 22,322' is a continual in 1914 was reiterated BACK TO SCHOOL will be open all day Labor Day for back to
assembled for the buildup of
final elegates session of a five-day ,"threatening Suiter continued circumstances to world by Suiter conditions and he as pointed sure SPECIAL school hairdos from 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. fitThere

iistrict convention ,of Je- "and what the outcome sign that It will soon bring Hairdos $2.50.$3.00Phon will also be a special hairdo. You geta
ovah's Witnesses. will yet be with this genera peace to the earth. Numb rit $2.50 hairdo for $2.00; a $3.00 hairdo for
Grant Suiter, member ofje tion is something terrifying HIGHLIGHTSConvention (Shop) OX 1.9541 hairdo for and
headquarters staff of the for those to imagine who Included $2.50, a $3.50 $3.00 a $4.00
highlights (Hem) N E 4.7200
Watchtower Bible and Tract have no sure guide for the a mass baptism service hairdo for $3.50. You'll have four young
Society of New York, de- future." Friday morning when Enl.! D.IlfordWILL ladies to choose from: Mrs. T. Devoe; Mrs.

livered the principal address, WITNESS CONCEPTOF 407 persons were added to BE OPEN E.Higgs.Mrs. R. Wiggins & Mrs. E. Jackson,
the
I subject,
on
speaking PEACE the faith in ceremonies at LABOR DAY
"What Has God's Kingdom Suiter stressed that last- the Convention Hall. Immersion prop.
I Been Doing Since 1914?" ing peace will come by God's followed In two spec
Representatives from 39 Kingdom through Jesus ially-built pools at the rear
(states and nine foreign countries Christ. He said direct Divine of the facility.
were present for thereli- intervention in the affairs of A volunteer-staffed cafe-
gious assembly with the men will crush wickednessand teria served the delegates
theme, "God's Son's of Li bring peace within this 40,000 meals during the con
berty" district assembly of generation. vention.ABRAHAM .
I Jehovah's Witnesses.
NOT NORMAL TIMES
Suiter said the earth has ,
never been the same since the
| year 1914.
"We say this because of FIELDSThe
| the changed conditions
among people on earth,"he
said, "in the political structure
of things, in morals, in
!scientific thinking, in religion
in warfare,and strangeas e.
it may sound, in super
human Invisible forces that
are now playing upon mankind
."
Suiter quoted historianswho
believe "1913 was the r.
last normal year." He said
V &
since then we have, found IIINiil l : :
ourselves in an age of vio-
lence, disturbance and unsettledness ,I ; Vr
that is without }

ST. JAMES AMERev.

J. B. Blacknell, pastor /
Bert Cooper, reporter
Registration for the kindergarten _
school started on
August 22. An efficient staff
and wholesome meals with a
stress on pre-school prepara- John Hancock Insurance Companyhas 6)
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area. A special rate for twoor Washington High School. Mr. Fields has

more children of the same resided in Miami for 27 years. Mr. Fields is
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The Deaconesses celebrated Formerly
their anniversary last company, Mr. Fields brings a great deal
Sunday at 3 p.m. with a well of experience to his new position with
rounded program. Mrs. O.
Luckie is president.The nationally recognized John Hancock.
August-Ites with Mrs.
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Ii e uHh; ; Must Slav. In School To Avoid Frustrating life Of Poverty


-Most of them have IQ's indicating that they could finish
Every community in this Nation has a special stake in WHAT DOES IT MEANS TO BE A DROPOUT? school if they wanted to.
its youth. Statistics prove again and again that young people who -Many are lacking In basic academic foundations and are
Our future depends on the wisdom and knowledge of to- drop out of school place themselves at a disadvantage.The probably failing in one or more scholastic subjects.The .
day's young men and women.Thecomplex problems of the dropout Is more likely than the graduate to be un- majority come from families where school attendanceand
modern world demand trained minds and creative thinking.The employed or to hold a poor paying and undesirable job. achievement are not considered as having much
only way to prepare our young peoplefor the tasks The dropout has less chance to advance, and his j job Is value.
that confront them is to see to it that they get a good education more likely to be taken over by a machine. -Many have parents who are unemployed orunderemployed. -
Over a lifetime, the high school graduate earns 16 per- .
: An estimated 900,000 young people will not return to cent more than the person who completes only 1 to 3 yearsof
or will drop out of school this year unless we do something high school and 80 percent more than one who does not
:'. about it.President.
, finish eight years of school.
Johnson is asking the Nation's support to keep The college graduate can expect to earn two-thirds more ALWAYS
our youth in school so that they will be equipped for the than the high school graduate.The .
future. unemployment rate for school dropouts, 16-21,1s 15 PREPAREDIN
1 He said "We are determined that the economic and social percent, as compared with 8.4 percent for graduates.The .
\ conditions which threaten the futures of our young people Jobless rate for everyone In the labor force over 18
shall be overcome." who did not finish schoolls 7.4,ascompared with 4 percentfor PURE
Perhaps the best way to ensure this goal is to see that all the graduates. VEGETABLE Y
of our youth stay In school and get all the education they Twice as many 1965 male graduates are white-collar
can. For it is the drop-out who has the hardest time finding workers or craftsmen, while greater proportions of dropoutsare OIL
employment.And it is the drop-out who becomes trapped in laborers. wise
I a routine low-paying Job. Among women, more graduates have clerical jobs, and
1 1 I. And these are the people who will continue the chain of the dropouts are employed on assembly lines or as house-
poverty.We hold workers. dxipa
can ill afford to suffer the terrible loss of our human potato
WHY DO THEY DROP OUT? .
resources by failing to see toit that our youth are educated.The .
important national issue of continued education de- Many reasons may motivate a teenager to leave school
serves support from every segment of the community. without getting his diploma. A survey of dropouts them-
i Churches, fraternal and social organiztions and all res- selves reveals the major ones:
,I ponsible india "''4 p*,ovM take an active interest. -School-<:onnected problems lack of interest; poorgrades; Fine Potato Chip Co.
t difficulties with school authorities.
-Economic reasons such as unemployment in the family;
personal or family financial need.

-Marriage or pregnancy. 3341 N.W. 65 St.
Most of these young people could use a willing listener-
1 someone who might point out the reason the practical
reasons why they should stay in school why it will
mean more to them in the long run to wait a while for Miami Fla. OX 10231
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to help them find the part-time jobs that will allow them to
make the money they need while remaining in school.

\1r WHO ARE THE DROPOUTS?

Studies made around the Nation show:
-More than half of them are boys:
-Most leave school In the 10th grades and soon after their
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BON VOYAGE PARTYA tee members), palm trees,
with.
....... Zulu drums, native music and
Bon Voyage Party was various tribal names. The
a "delightful" and "in ladies who were responsible Looking the
triguing affair for the Herman for such ah occasion were
Dorsetts who are leaving for Marcia
Shirley N. Cannon,
New York for post-graduate Martin, Edna Knowles, Ethel SPORTSWORLD c
study and Oscar J. Edwards
SBY Jr. Snith, Barbara Sargent, Maud
a peace corps trainee
Mewbold and Jessie Troupe.
assigned to India.
The party was indeed an
The party was centered
enjoyable event for everyone.
HARRY SPEAR around the theme, "Afrlca-
A-Oo-Oo" with all its African

RARING TO GO FRIDAY NIGHT home splendor of Coleman at the Funches spacious of BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over

Although the Dolphins did not win an exhibition 37th StThe Join theNAACP -

ame they played; they improved as they went along. the African atmosphere decor highlighted with
s we all know, it is a newly formed squad. Miracles authenic and original cos- The Dolphins have only few days before making
an't be performed over night. Coach George Wilson ( tumes (worn by the commit- their official debut as the newest comer to the Ameri-
igures to start with the best he has, and I know he can Football League.
as some great football stars. Even if they lose a They want this to be an auspicious 'occasion; so
[ame, we all know they are doing the best they can. ton and meet Terrell in Chicago. they are busy cleaning house and getting everyone in
layers have go get used to one another, learn one Clay had been scheduled to fight Terrell in Chi- shape to take on the Oakland Raiders Friday night at
nother's moves, which takes time. The Oakland cago last spring, but the bout was cancelled due to the Orange Bowl.
the license of both The will become institution
application fighters. Dolphins someday an
t
earn is coming in with a power house as you all saw hem over TV last Sunday. Last year they wound up Clay says it's up to Terrell; "He's got to cometome to this community-until that time be it known that
econd in the league. Here are some of the Raiders with a proposition. I think we can get together.A lose, win or draw the Dolphins are ours.

tars: Clem Daniels, Prairie View A&M Dave Grayson,
SURPRISE UPSET IN BOXINGThe EXCELSIOR LEAGUE TO HOLD MEETING SEPT. I
)regon State; Issac Lassiter, St. Augustine; Art Powell

| San Jose; Howie Williams, Howard University; big shock in boxing in the past year or so was Dennis Peaks Jr., secretary of the Excelsior
:arlton Oats, FAMU; Larry Todd, Arizona State. I the sensational TKO of Jimmy Ralston by Scatter- Bowling League buzzed this column to say that he
ave been mentioning the Dolphin stars ever since Hawk Dixon, the spoiler who is an in-and-outer. Ral- was busy with his duties of informing all members
[hey started Spring training.The ston was being built up as a white hope and a drawing (especially captain) of the league of an organizational
Miami Dolphins, the AFL's ninth and newestlub card. The same as Al Jones who so far has made
meeting to be held Thursday Sept. 1, at 8 p.m. at the
good. Ralston must not take this to heart. It happens '
: make their regular-season debut in the Orange Cloverleaf Lanes.
owl Head coach George Wilson has molded his Ito the best of them, even to a champion. Ralston has

club from players selected from the original eight to take a 30 day rest. In the meantime, he can recu- MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL MAY ACQUIRE! WINGSAS

AFL teams, the college draft and free agents perate.
RESULT OF STRIKE
Oakland, under its new coach, John Rauch, is con- VA. UNION RECRUITS WHITE PLAYERS
sidered one of the top choices in the Western Division. The recent airline strike gave the executive-
I The Raiders have a veteran club which finished se- Virginia Union University, a predominantly Negro brains of the major league baseball clubs something
cond in their division last year It figures to be institution, announced Monday it has begun recruiting to think about. .'

I quite a homecoming for a number of the Raiders white athletes because good Negro athletes "are be- With much gratitude to the two clubs that own
Jim Otto, Dan Conners, Bill Miller and Pete Banas- coming too hard for us to get." their plans, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago -
zak all played at the University of Miami Other Athletic Director Tom Harris, who doubles as'VU White Sox, there were no cancellations nor delaysin
Gator Staters on the Oakland club are Fred Bilentni- football coach, said the first four white players in schedule.It .

koff of Florida State and Carleton Oats, David Daniels the university's history will report for football prac- however became a pertinent fact that it wouldbe

and Hewritt Dixon of Florida A and M University. tice this week. most advantageous for the major leagues to have
Nine other white athletes, Harris said, have sig- their own planes, in case of a total airline strike!

MARLINS HAVE A MAJOR LEAGUE nified their intention to attend Virginia Union next never before anticipated, the result would be most

year disastrous.The .
PROSPECTAfter "It's just getting too hard to get good Negro trend of thinking towards the new innovation
watching pitcher Paul Gilliford work in a athletes," said Harris. "All the big schools ,in this would be to acquire four plans for each league and
number of his games, I am convinced he has the mak- country--both North and South--are recruiting them for arrange a staggered schedule so that at times twoi,
ings of a big league pitcher. Paul is 21 years of age, their teams. They harder and harder for us to get." teams could be travelling in the same direction at the
built solid, about ,195 Ibs. in his last five games.He The four white freshmen due to report for football same time.

has pitched five shut-outs, including a nine inning, drills this week include three from New York state Another factor heretofore which was not entirely'
no hit game. This is. a feat in itself. As I, say, Paul flankerback Bart Barillo, end Anthony Fay, and guard up to the clubs is the convenience that would be afforded -
will be going places He is the property of the James Sullivan and one, half back Michael Demers, ; teams would be able to leave and arrive at
Baltimore Orioles'and look for him to be on the Orioles from Nashua, N. H. their convenience, thus eliminating the often annoying
spring training roster next year. He has a 14 win, 3 Harris said all are "above average" students. curfewed games.ASSISTANT .
loss record, of which he has 9 shut-outs to his credit;
some pitching. First half of the season for the Marlins .
was not so healthy. The second half, with addi-
tion of some new players, they played a first class: VOLUNTEERS r'
[ brand of baseball. They have four games remaining at ,
home. baseball fan should turnout
This is where every
NEEDED FOR
and give them a good sendoff. I have covered

practically every game, and besides Paul Gilliford,
my opinion there will be a few of the other boys will TEENAGERS MARCHThe
make it in time. The Marlins last schedule is: Fri. & LrIM

Sat., Sept. 2 & 3, Marlins vs Winter Haven. Game time Danny Thomas Teen-
7:30.: Sun. Sept. 4 at 6:30: p.m. Mon. Sept. 5, Marlinsvs agers' March for St. Judes
West Palm Beach at 7:30 Children Research Hospital
p.m.
will.be held Sunday, Sept. 11,
from 1 to 5 p.m. Teenage +' Y Yw .to
CLAY WANTS TO MEET TERRELL volunteers are needed. Call

Heavyweight champion Cassius Clay has three 373-6464.
Teenagers can register at
more title fights planned for this year, Cleveland 2626 SW 3rd Ave. any Dinner
Williams and W. B. A. Champion Ernie Terrell. Clay Maid Restaurant, Robert'
left Monday for Germany to fight Karl Mildenberger on Drug Store, or by calling
Sept. 10, said he would like to fight Williams in Hous- 373-6464.


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LINE COACH BOBBY LANG WORKS WITH FAMU FRESHMAN
ALGER SNEAD FROM TAMPA Bobbie E. Lang, former head football coach at
Florida A&M University High school and 1965 "coach of the year" in the Big Nine

North Conference has joined the coaching staff of Florida A&M University. In ..e
addition to his duties as head coach of the track team and assistant line coach 0 f

the football squad, Lang is also an assistant professor of physical education. A
Li AtJ r former Rattler, Lang played along side such Rattler greats as Willie Galimore
Adolphus Frazier, and Calvin Gladden. An outstanding player himself; Lang made
f All-Conference as an end and was captain of the Rattlers in his senior year. A na-
f tive of Jacksonville, he graduated from Stanton High in 1953 and received his B. S.
U degree in physical education from FAMU in 1957 and masters degree in educationin
1. 1965.

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y i I II \tWMBM ) I Tan Topics BISCAYNE 1094 NW 54 REALTY Street

I x 754-3589 PL 9.4242 ;" 'I
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:"' ,;,t T OP5 0 /' f $250 FHA- TERMS$400 Down :

1 '" $100 Vets, Urban RenewalNo
TITLE ARTIST LABEL Closing Costs

1.How Sweet It !I. Jr. Walker Soul 2424 NW 81 TERRACECBS
2.Money Won't Chang You James Brown King
I' 3.You Can't Hurry Love $upr.m.. Motown carport., $11,500. $80 month.
h t 4.Working In the Coal Mine Lot
Dortoy Amy 2250 NW 81 TERRACECBS
5. Land of 1000 Dancos Wilson Pickttt Atlantic
6. Blowing In the Wind Sttvl Wonder Tomato very clean, close to everything.
7.1 Wanna B. With You DttDtt Warwick Mercury 3 BEDROOM
8.Have Fun Ann Colt Roul.tte
9.Little{ Darling Marvin Gay. Tomato Bath and half, huge lot,
10.In the Middle of a Heartache Ruby Winters Diamond $14,000 FHA.
"11.1'v* Got to Love Somtbody' Baby-Johnny Taylor Stax DUPLEX HUGE
12.Baby I Love You Jimmy Holiday Mlnit each side.
2 bedroom, $16,300 FHA
13.1 Worship the Ground You Walk On-JlmmyHughe. Fame ,
14.My Swttt Potatot/Booktr Loa Booktr T. & MG' Stax ; 4 BEDROOM FRAME
,
15.BABY Carla Thomas Stax ;r \\ .a 1441 NW 51 Terr. $9500 $500
16.You' II Never Ever Know Fonttlla Bass Checks
t 17.Man Loves Two Little{ Milton Chess \ JA $ BISCAYNE REALTY
IS.Just a Little Bit of Soul Steve Colt & the 45't RCA
19.Without a ReGion Janet & The Jays Parrot 154-3589
20.Got to Draw the Line Darrow Fletcher Groovy 24 HOURS
21. Drtamtr's Hall of Fame Jeb Stuart. Eureka
22. Knock on Wood Eddie Floyd Stoic r:'yfl1r
23.The Beat Major Lance Okth
24. Kttp Looking Solomon Burke Atlantic ,.1
25. Beauty Is Only Skin Deep Temptations Gordy -::
26.1 Stwar by Stars Above Ben E. King Ateo .\
27.If You Ask Me/Fly's Jerry Williams Colla ,
28.Day Tripper Vontastics St. Lawrence .. FONTANA REAL ESTATEONLY
I: JUST
29. Pretty Girls Blues Busters BRA < CANT IMAGINE WHAT SHE
30.Your Love Got the Power Johnny Moore Whit SEES IN: MY HUSBAND / THE FINEST PROPERTIES

31. Poverty Bobby Bland Duke 'ontir.e\tat V t1ttd.-- ...n......u...........................................
32.1 Chose to Sing the Blues Ray Charles ABC
33.Woman Will Do Wrong Htltnt Smith. Dup City 1340 NW 83 ST. CENTRaL Am! CONDITION
34.Zlg Zassing/l Got to Handle It Capitols. Karen
35.If you're Wondering Bobby Frank Youngi 3 full bedrooas; 2 full tile baths. Truly differentin
Whisptrs Jackie Wilson. Brunswick q design. Fully built kitchen with oven, range,
37. Phylly Dog Herble Mann Atlantic hood fan and dish washer, oak floor, garage.
38.I'm Still Waiting Patti LaBellt Atlantic $22,500 with liberal terms. No qualifying.
39.What Becomes of the Brok.n Heart Jimmy RuffinsSoul
40. Reach Out, I'll Be There Four Tops. Motown r
;k w 41.We Got Love Enchanters Lama 2100 NW 68 ST. 2 HOUSES
",l 42.Ain't Nobody Home Howard Tote Verve
43.City Girl Tom Jonts Parrot Corner, 2 lots, $1,000 cash, down, no qualifyingor
44. Give Me a Try Clarence Reid Dial red tope, $90 monthly balance $12,000 total.
Lee Lamont Backbeati r sr!
45. Pleasing Woman -
46.Said I Wasn't Gonna Tell Sam & Dave Stax 7P 7 720 NW 56 STREET $10,500 TOTAL
47. Fannie Mae Mighty Sam Amy
48.You Got the Power Mamie Galore Thomas This solid CBS can be 3 bedrooms, 2 bath for your,
49.Cherry, Cherry Nell Diamond Bang large family or duplex for income. Terms arranged.
50.What Makes a Man Feel Good Joe Simon. Sound Stage (
PICK HIT 141 NW 50 STREET HOME AND APT.
I Wonder Bobby Womack. Keym.nAdult My name Is Eugene KempI Custom-built CBS resident. Main house has 3

sleeping room, lJi) bath, full dining, built-in
I HAVE A HOUSE FOR YOU!
'' kitchen
oven and range, garage, tile roof and
\ I Courses Offered Pay $100 DownA patio, separate and private.Complete 1 bedroom
Rented will
apt help pay your monthly payment.

At Dade J-C For $10 good job and good credit will qualify you. 5561 NW 9 AVENUE $11,900 TOTAL

Call Me At: CBS, 2 bedroom, oak floors, tile roof, $1 000
Miami-Dade Junior Col- faster learning capabilitiesof
MY OFFICE 6354595MY down, no qualifying red tape. Owner will Mold
lege this fall will offer a totalof adult student groups.
182 Continuing Education Courses in 110 non-credit HOME6910789 first mortgage, $89 monthly.

(non-credit) courses at three 'subjects are scheduled for Drive out Sunday to:
centers,North Camp us,South North Campus, beginning 641 NW 65 STREET 3 BEDROOM
18602 42
NW
Campus and the Miami Sept. 12 and continuing Nov. COURTI 2 broths, modern CBS, terms to be arranged.
Beach Center, L.W. Henderson 19. South Campus lists 48 I also have many more houses for sale.
director of the college's courses beginning Sept. 29 Representing: 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111Chase !
Division of Community Servo and concluding Dec. 7. At
ices, announced today.A the Miami Beach Center, 24 FORD REALTYINC. Broker S. Fontana Realtor
broad scale curriculum courses will available Sept. ,
revision conducted duringthe 12-Nov. 19. Fee for most 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
summer will make it possible courses is $10 for the 10- 6016 NW 7 AVE. 751-7511
.1 for the first time to provide week term.
"I
1 complete course offerings
in a 10-week term of
,1\j intensified instruction he
\ nded. Instructors will use
new accelerated teaching $100 Home With Pool

techniques designed specifically ,I

1 to keep pace with the DownNO THREE BEDROOMS TWO BATHS j Buy A Home Today!

'f ON TWO LOTS WE ARRANGE ALL FINANCING
VERY GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD
CLOSING COST ((1)) 1931 NW 86 Street. $200 down. $64 mo.
BISCAYNE REALTY NO QUALIFYING 2 bedroom CBS home with Fla room.
1094 NW 54 STREET fenced.
$17,000 Total Price
759-3589 2 bedroom house on $700 Down Payment ((2)) 1360 NW 51 Terrace. $300 down, $76 mo.
Offers as exclusive 90th St. plus jalousied Allapattah Area 2 bedroom, CBS home.
agent one of the finest Fla room, large lot,
3 bedroom homes in only $69 mo. Newly ((3)) 2279 NW 81 Street. $200 down. $64 mo. '

Miami. painted In and out.
Partly furnished. HERBERT LEE SIMON, Realtor 633-2853 ((4)) 1390 NW 87 Street. $350 down. $86 mo.
1776 NW STREET 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS home.

$14,800 with large cash Wilson I ((5)) 17310 NW 33 Court. $500 down, pool &

down payment. patio, 3 bedrooms, furniture.

Please Call Realty ((6)) 2156 NW 47 Terrace. Pay $25 week.

Brand new 3 bedroom home.
For Appointment Duplex For SaleIN
691-6166 NO
QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN

3034 NW 56th St. $50 d ONn. $20 week.

THE HEART OF ALLAPATTAH 3207 NW 68th St. $50 down. '$20 week.

"GENIE HOMES" 1625 NW 38 STREET
FOR RENT
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF $8950 TOTAL PRICE
$500 DOWN PAYMENT 4405 NW 13th Ave. $20 week.
2 NEW MODEL HOMES $80 A' MONTH 3231 NW 13th Ave.$14 week.

3 Bedrooms 2 Baths 14460 NW 22nd Ave., Opa-locka. $14.50 wk.

.. For your inspection at: Newly painted, new floors, large apartments ot 1217 NW 38th St. 1 bedroom, $16 week
1022 NW 52 STREET can be used as one large apartment. NO QUALI-
FYINGIII OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
1954 NW 51 STREET

Open Saturday & Sunday from 1.5 p.m. FORD REALTYJNC Broker

"Priced right for your budget OWNER: 633-2664 OR 444-0353 (NITES) 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595

FENSTER REALTY, BROKER 159.8119 -...... -



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ADS FOR RENT Wwww,......... ........or... Richard Lightboum, son

Newly painted 1 bedroom of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Light-

duplex' nice yard, adults. In and Around bourn of Lakeview Road, has

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.25. SO FOR $22 week. 633-2429, 226- received his LL.B degre e

DEADLINE FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. 5036. the Bahamas from the London School of
CLASSIFIED sr.
ADS -------
WEDNESDAY NOON Economics. He is a graduate

.-- houses.1 $ 2 $14-$25.bedroom Dixie apts Ren and .... ",........"'.--..................... of Dover College, Dover En-

FOR SALE FOR tal Inc. gland. Mr. Lightburn is
SALE Agency, 3203 NW
The strike union work- his
FOR SALE 17th 6332429. by spending vacation in
as Duplex only $400 down Move Right In. Ave. ers of the Bahamas Airwayson Nassau with his parents. He
$72 -------
76 month, 1 mortgage, 2 nice 2 bedroom CBS, mo. lovely 2050 NW 96th Street. $350down Adults only, very nice, 2 bed- Aug. 27, came to an end returns to England in Septto

[pts. on largo fenced yard, Porch, oak floor,carport tile and I $74 mo. CBS, beauty, carport, room duplex. Dixie Rental after negotiations the next take his finals at Gray's

Lear everything, good in- See 1876 NW 51 St. roof. oak floors, tile roof, 2 large Agency, Inc. 3203 NW 17th day. The union allegedly Inn in May 1967.

one property or home and owner 758-8749. Call bedrooms, hurry for t his. Call Ave. 633-2429. struck as a protest againstthe S. .

Income, live rent free. Call, --- owner, 7588749. ------ company's bringing in The Salvation Army plansto
others to do work that its
-
ow. 7540483. E. Harry Beautiful Home Delux ----- Room. Liberty City area. open a boy's youth hostelin
members do.
nny, Tip Top Realtors, 3 large bedrooms, 2 tile Have you been trying to buy Private home. 758-8128. can Nassau for boys betweenthe
a home and ages of 14 and 19. The
baths plus have been turned ------
built-in kitchen guest, apt with down??See these homes. Move $20 week. 6 room unfurn. Mrs. Lucina Barr died Ministry of Welfare has ap-
down. Anyone. Vets orion large Fla at her home Low
100 suddenly ,
prached the
Tight of
room in. No frame management
sprinklers in I qualifying. Call 2229 NW 60th Street.
\ Vets. Like new 2-3-4 large Sound, Andros, Aug. 8. A. the and
corner lot. Near bus stores' Broker, right now. 3 bedroom, ---- Army a decision has
Broom CBS homes like new. 1 bath party of detectives was sent been made to start the projectas
and schools. Good for CBS, refinished, very $16 per week. 6 room unfurn.
nly 1100 down and from $63 and income or for home nice, available, low down frame. 3380 NW 52nd street. from Nassau to investigate. possible. The objective is

nth pays all. One (1) mot family that a lara e payment. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, ------ The CID reported that she to provide a place for home-

,te. Call now to see these Full price want$20,000 a nice about'home. CBS, like new, in Southwest, Newly painted fume kitchen- died of natural causes. less boys and those who face ...'

autiful homes today. E. $3,000 down. call now to ins- low down payment. 3 bedroom, ette, all utilities, $12.75 other juvenile problems.

Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip pect. Tip Top Realty, 754- 1 bath, closed porch, on NW week. 751-4309 or 635-1078. Police statistics show .5.

Top Realty, 7540483. 0483.,E. Harry Denny, Realtor.44th st. Low down payment. ---- that July had an unusual Funeral services for the
1100 --- 'Income property, 3 bedroom, 1 bedroom apt. adults only, number of traffic accidentsin
down. Anyone. late Muriel Maria Darville
Vets oran CBS and 2 apts. will talk 681-7007. $15 per week. Nassau. The report said ,
Vets. Like new 2-3-4, 1411 NW 88th St. price and arrange terms. there were 320 road accidents ; who died at Princess Margaret -

Bedroom CBS homes like new. Lovely CBS on nice street in Have other homes, FHA. $300 Large room for working person four deaths, bringing the total Hospital Aug. 10, were

nly $100 down and from $63 best neuhborhnnd-_ Tit. PM' down. Runche----_n_ _Park_.. _nr v_a.. $15 weekly. 1440 NW for the year to 15; 80 persons, held at St. Joseph's Church,

moth pays all. One (l) nor carport, Fla room, lergefencedi Call Broker, Martin M. Bemey 42nd St. 633-2729. including 27 pedestrians, Farrington Road, Sunday, Aug.

llae. Call now to see thesautiful i I yard, appliances. Please see 624-6983. were injured. 14.

home today B. as this lovely home' is well Rooms. Call 635-9513 or .
latry Denny Realtor worth the EXCHANGE 758-5317.
Tip $12,500 with $400
3
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family brick, New York for
Fop Realty, 754-0483. down (vets $100 down) and
Fla? Brokers welcome.
531- TRAVEL AGENTIS
$75 mo. Key at Life Realty YOUR
3392. Morns. 8 to 10. HELP WANTED
down. Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL
100 Anyone. Vets or 9-4371. Open Sundays, eves. Ladies, would you like to YOUR BEST FRIENDMany
(on VeU. Like new 234
earn $50 to $60 a week in
droom CBS homes like .
new. Eight cottage units near FOR RENT your space time, if so, callPaulOdomat2385113between Intmpwiwuml Irivtl.r.,
sly $100 down and from .
$63
Edison not mliiinf that iccr.dn i
High.
nth pays all. One (1) mor $5,000 down. Nice small travel' .5.nci.. DO NOT Trivcl' burtnui .r. paid In
Owner will take 2nd mortgage. 2 br. duplex. $19.50 7 and 9 a.m.Maintenance. CHARGE the public for commiuiont by hottli, alt
|ige. Call now to see these Call Mr. Cobb 624-3477, Nice small 2 br. duplex. $20.00 -- tkkttiitf and ralatMj ...."Ie.. and KttmMp linn. Trent ,-wit

eautiful homes today. B. 866-1495. Martin Realtor. Nice 2 br duplex. Part. Fum. man, parttime, fail to r.c.iv. lha monty coil- po nation. pricM arc guUttd
fro advinUfai which could by lh fovtrnmMit and mutt
[ airy Denny R ealtor, Tip'op $21.00 must have transportation and ba |amd through tha uiaof b. idh.r.d le by ill crrlr
Realty, 7540483. 3 bedrooms Nice 2 br. house. Part. fum. tools. Bondable andinsurance.Dixie .|.nll' know how.' and th.ir rapraiantalvM.
1 bath, frame,
tBS house and lot, need five closets, built-in cup- $22.00 Rental Agency, Inc.
Nice 1 br. duplex. $19.00 3203 NW 17th 633-2429.
mall repair. Opa-locka, boards, tools, lot 56x143. By Ave. THE NEXT TIME YOU TAKE A TRIP-

[3500. 3 bedroom frame appointment. Call 635- LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY :For Business or Vacation consult
2020 NW 62nd Street Mrs.McClendon, 2230 NW 51st
ouse, newly painted, large 9957.
lot. Call 633-7809 Ter. Phone NE 4-6929. Keeps
( ashington Park) Ft. -----------
small I children for working
auderdale. $4,000 or best Home, NW. Owner. 2 bedroom, NORTH'STRAVEL

fash offer,751-4309, 635-1078 dining room, Fla room, awn- Female only, room, private mother.
ings, double entrance and bath. 925 NW ------ BUREAU
----- garage, inspec-
Seller pays Closing tion invited. For appoint 52nd St. Phone 757-4767. desires Experienced position beauty in operator modern

ment call 757- 507. 1104 NW ltd AVENUE FR 9-8451
Costs shop. FR 7-4296.
Nice lady, nice clean room
-------
Lovely corner, CBS, carport, ------
Home in Carol City. No available in Liberty City ...
arge screened front porch, area. Phone 635-5691. Barber at 5681 NW 17th Ave.
qualifying. $61
a month
vall to wall carpeting; awn- pays earn salary from $90 to $100
all. 3 bedrooms, l'/i baths ----
|ngs, drapes. A bargain at week. Knight Barber -
per Lady
come or call 20905 NW 32nd 1 bedroom duplex apt. on NW
11,700 with $400 down shop. ep.9 Save S & H Green StampsNow
St. 621-8385. 48th St. near 17th Ave, Phone
Vets .
$100 down) $75.86mo.." 633-3840. -----
pnd seller will pay your closing ---- I. Attention! Evening classesare
costs. Life Realty, Owner wish 'to sell CBS 3 ---------- now forming for home you can get up to 5,000 S & H green
Room semi-private bus
on
bedroom bath
[iroker, 4932 NW 7th;,Ave. and landscaped, 1 ,, pool.fruit trees$200 and jitney route. Prefer lady, aid, all ages. For informationcall stamps on a large family size Bible for the

L 9-4371. Open eves,' Sun. down. Carol City, 866-5933. couple or lady with school- PL 9-6360. purchasing of a set of the World Education

Seller-- ------- age daughter, privileges, ---- the NHL. If
Pays Closing Costs Childcare for working mother Encyclopedia or you are plan-
Phone
634-6310.
eautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1823 NW 37th St. Duplex. 1 --: who needs some one to ing to buy either or both, please call :
large bedroom fume $22
"BS,nicely landscaped apt. keep their children. 1440 NW
comer week or $75 mo. adults onlyno Nicely furn. room with all
fenced yard. Fla room, tile pets. FR 33175Eve. NE modem conveniences, includ. 42nd St. 633-2729. PAUL ODOM 238-5113

of, awnings, fire place, pa- 4-0942. cnnVinir." Matured- workingman ----

0, close-in, by shopping or woman. Call 1 7541452. I
-------
chool, bus. Kindergarten worker, driver
A very good ----
uy at $15,500 with$500down. Brownie camera plus Tower and kitchen helper, age 35-40
fum. and bath.
Inn "' .. 'U. ___.... __._ __ home developer- printing- set, 3 nicely rooms Must have chauffeur license.
.vv '"V. 1I1g RcaIHY, WOKel Private entrance. Reason-
$10. Pachisi $5 other
; games,
Call 6917796.
|932 NW 7th PL 9-4371.
Ave. tennis racket $3.00 records, able rent for nice couple.
PPen eves. Sundays. albums 50 cents bedroom set 296 NW 46th St. Eves: 754- ----
----- Ladies, address cards and EDISON 1 I Specials i
3865.
I Seller $20. 1 Hollywood bed $10. accept phone calls. Salary
Pays *
Closing Costs ------
Evenings or weekends 2714 Write M&M Co. 1535 N. 19th
unche Park. 2500 NW 160tht. NW 10th Ave.Attention 1 bedroom apt. furn. adults St. Philadelphia PaSep.. 2
t. Like New 3 bedroom CBS, only. $20. Phone 7583901. ...
------
------- OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
rge fenced
yards, awningsfindows : People losing ----

awnings, freshly their homes in Urban Renewalarea. Nice room for rent with all MISCELLANEOUSSigns 157 NW 48 STREET
ainted inside of all kinds, wall,
and out. Our privileges for single 1 lady. '
have excellent
lest buy We some windows, truck lettering, ori- FIRST TIME OFFERED
at with
$9,500 $300 buys for "All Cash." For Opa-locka area, NA 10428.
1 o I(vets ginal oil paintings,reasonable.Vic Large 3 bedroom CBS home
$100 down). $57.541 l example drive by 1773 NW ------- jalouite porch, 2

fey at Life Realty, Broker 45th st. 2 houses on one total Room in private home for a 7th Ave.Lewis 754-3762.Signs, 5673 NW car garage, extra large rooms, plus 1 bedroom

1932> NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. a low price. Call us for infor- clean intelligent working Sep. 16 garage apt. Fine for large family. A-1 condition.

| -Pen eves. Sundays. tion on this one, and we also ".lady. Phone 691-0425. $16,000 total. FHA terms. No closing cost.
--- ---------
have others. Fenster Realty,
No Red Tape Move in Big living and dining room, 2 HELP WANTED
bedroom, Broker, 7598779. kitchen and bath, OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
CBS, right by ------- bedroom, Are you a person who always

Jackson High School, near Attention: Duplex buyers. We fume newly painted, nice, wanted your own business, 1440 NW 89 STREET
|us, shopping, schools. En- for nice honest
looking
of several but had the
have a listing ex- never opportunityto
losed' front and back porches, cellent two bedroom duplexes, honest people. $85 month do so because you did not Very nice CBS home, carport, jalousie porch,

I'odem kitchen, colored bath- for example drive by 246 NW 888-6643. have the money and couldn't tile roof, reverse cycle air conditioner, wall to

oom fixtures, large 2 door 49th St. (see a beauty). Callus -------- borrow from a bank or loan wall carpet. $300 down. FHA. County taxes only.

l efrig., stove, some furniture.arge for your needs. Fenster Clean 1 bedroom, living room, company? 75x110 lot.
yard with truit kitchen and bath, (urn. utili-
trees. A Realty, Broker, 759-8779. Now, we will supply you .....
onderful $1$ week. Phone
bargain with $500Own ties (urn.,
---- with the business that will
and $75 mo. pays all. l.aree home buyers, five 888-6643. earn you $250 per week. ALSO SEE US FOR THESE ...'
'ey at Life Realty, Broker, ------
bedrooms, two baths, no quali- For additional informationcall

932 pen NW 7th.\ve. PL 9-4371. fying, fenced, a beauty, don't Room in private$7.50.home. Single Phone Paul Odom 238-5113 be- 1. Near Edison, High. 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof' $250

eves. Sundays. miss this one. Drive by 3225 $12, double tween 7 & 8:30 a.m. only. down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot.

NW 5th Ave. Then call us, 6912494. Please do not call any other
Seller pays Closing costs Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- time. 2. No qualifying. Low down payment. Lovely home,

-ovely 3 bedroom CBS in 8779. Lovely eff. for one person, fenced yard, patio, well pump, sprinkler, Fla

t"est' neighborhood, huge gas, water and lights fum. room, FHA mortgage, already placed. County taxes

-Iar room, tile roof, jalousie FHA buyers yre have several $20 per week. NE 5-5566. only.

indows, very large doubleot homes closing costs. -- EARN
P nicely landscaped with good Drive by these, no homes. Then Large room single man, pri 3. Ho' Qualifying, CBS home, tile roof, tile kitchen,

Wmkler! system, hedges. A call us. vate home, phone 635-7283. EXTRA MONEYTo reverse cycle air conditioner, drapes wall to

[cry good buy at $15,500 with 2 bed. 2000 NW 96th St. buy a home wall carpet. Only $9,500 total. Low down payment.
500 fum.
down bedroom partly
$93.81 month and 1 large
'eys $12,500. 2 bedroom plus 2 $22 week, immediate To start children's education ............................... ... .
at Life house.
Realty, Broker,
1992 NW 48th St. fund
f'32 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. car garage. 4 bedroom, 2 occupancy. Key at rear apt. WE HAVE MANY HOMES ANDDUPLEXESFHATERMS
10500. off
only To debts
7648 NW 17th Place. pay
-- OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU
.
bath comer, 9020 NW Little
762 Or even start a savings
NW
152nd St. $250 down. 76th Terr. 1 bed-
down.
$800 1805'/i NW
[70 month. CBS like new 2 River Blvd. Only account CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
immediate
Realty, Broker, 759- room, cottage. $16 week.
Fenster
Bedroom, awnings, See and 8779. occupancy. Drive a cab full or part $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

owner 758-8749. time. Interesting work as DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY -.
--- 2 bed-
---- 566 NW 22nd St.
-- Special Buy: O>od location, people
room apt. $20 week rear you are meeting n.w
epossession. 3 bedroom, FHA. big 2 bedroom home, only bedroom $18 week, im- constantly!II!
arpOrt, porch, large dining 13000. First time offered. apt. 1 EDISON REALTY, Realtors

l)0m, need $3,000 cash, low $300 down. Call us to show. mediate occupancy. BIBLE TAXI

P'1-* price. See 4122 NW 11th Drive by 7530 NW 12th Ave CALL OWNER 1025 W. Flagl.r Street 1 J4j N.W.' 62nd St. 7512441CLASSIFIED I

Terms available. Call Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- Day 444-6126 Mr. Gross Indef

caner 758-8749. 8779. , Evt; III 8-2824




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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 2, 1966 .



IL JAIL SEGREGATION ENDS HERE



don't see any reason for to do work for which they
)N (the drunk section) ever to have volunteered." 250 New Stvdtits Exp.ct.d At Fla. Normal I
integrated as long as we
it is an area of poten- "Prisoners being booked choir under the direction of
with
along
Dr. R. W. Puryear
to Doors will be opened to
injury someone.
Frist Mrs. B. 11. Mr. John Price will furnishthe
Lady
Sheriff T. A. Buchanan asgeed approximately 250 new students the
music for this service.
: for the First Semester Puryear, will greet the new
ordered Federal
by consideration The Personnel Deans and
cdls without school students at 8:45: p.m. in the
of the 1966-67
Charles B. Fulton to year. their staff will devote the
willgraduailyextendthrough
of color. Integration New students will meetat aut&tothim of Anderson Hall.
I the Dade County ut the residence halls: Ba- Other Administrative Officersand entire week orientating new
in March 1965. the jallandstockadefacilities con. Fisher and Pickford on staff members will also students to the facilities of
Prisoners ate and worked after prisoners are returned Tuesday, September 6th at 1'' be introduced at this time. the city and of the campus,
but the sleeping from court) to serve out sen- p.m. Clearance with the Students are at liberty to explaining the philosophy of
were segregated tences given them by judges." business office from 2-5 p.m. visit the church of their the institution, how to study,
to the directive; Den- 8-10 p.m. residence halls ,church, Sunday, September campus decorum food and
said. ,section meetings directed by 11th. The college chaplainwill housing services, financial
The chief said in his order: Many police officers have residence staff. Wednesday, be the speaker for the aids offered by the college,
work details are allowed prisoners to choosethe September 7th, tours of the new students vespers at 5 placement and student activities
up at the jail and the race they preferred to be historical campus and city p.m. in the Anderson Hall individual counsel-
the only considera with in the j jail and stockade are planned. Frappe will be Chapel. The renoun college ling, and group guidance
) given will be the willing- served to parents and students
from 3-5 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. an
and of
ability prisones
all student "Sing" and
Myron Mark, an Amer- "Folk Dancing will be en
ican Civil Liberties Lawyer, joyed. Thursday and Friday, AETNA REALTY
To visited the City Jail Friday September 6th and 7th, place-
and said "no facility Is bet- ment testing and other activities 299 NW 40 STREET Corner, huge 2 bedroom,
I ter than the other." for students planned. FHA, $11,500, NO CLOSING COSTS, $350
Robbery down. $82.97 monthly.

2325 NW 84 STREET 2 bedroom doll Louse,
29, of2040 NWThird fHA $10,000 NO CLOSING COSTS, $300
; Never previously,con COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE down. $60.67 monthly.
of felony, he received
years for the GAC rob- STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER 9120 NW 16 AVENUE-4 L.droom,2 bath Borage,
fla room, FHA, $17,000 NO CLOSING

VET TVTED COSTS, $700 down. Can you qualify???

FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET 1451 NW 92 STREET No qualifying $12,900
".'', total, 2 bedroom, Fla room, $89 monthly
379-7735 pays all. But buy In town todaylll


IK "W2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 2280 NW 103 STREET 3 bedroom, like new,
S >d FHA $13,000, NO CLOSING COSTS, $400
down. $84.59 monthly. Be first. See today!


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