The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00432

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Robert C. Weaver, secre- 'in metropolitan areas can'I..

To tary of housing and urban not be stopped by"platitudesor
Cops Take fight development, Monday call- palliatives."We .

ed for enactment of President are not going to solve

Johnson's proposed "action the problems of Negro

State Supreme CourtThe program" to prevent unrest ghettos by putting shower
and violence In he cities. heads on hydrants or erectIng .
The Presldent'sleg1s1atlve portable swimming

case of the nine Negro Service rule automatically en- program ranges from he pools," he said in referenceto
police officers who got titles them to promotion with- open housing provision of actions taken by city of-
a shabby deal from the cityon out having to take the examina- the civil rights bill, on which fidals to Chicago and here. '
duly earned promotionsplan tion .ince.they have servedat the Senate is now debating "These temporaty and
to take their case to the least four years in the the "truth In lending" mea-
emergency measures may
Florida Supreme Court. higher post. sure awaiting congressionalaction. help to restore a semblance
The nine have all servedin Both the Circuit Court and .
of calm for the time being.
plainclothes from four to the 3rd District Court of
Weaver said in an addressto But they'leave.the underlying -
14 years but were never pro- Appeals have ruled against
the Internatonal Confer- grievances unsolved.. .
moted to sergeant or detec- them. These courts have
only ence of Social Work that the We must move to meet the
tive under the old grandfather promotion can come
violence which has erupted17YeurOW basic of this unreal"blems
passinb the civil causes
clause used.by the city until through
recently. service exams. The nine have

1 ,h Donald Wheeler Jones, failed to pass the tests..
,. counsel' for the officers, will The men fighting the case Girl Slain
appeal the lower court denialof include such veteral proven
their claims. The men have policemen as B. J. Guilford,
also turned down the new Ernest Hayes, Ralph White,

title the civil service board Kenneth Jones, Whitfield By Bov friend Outside' Bar
proposed for them".peel al Carroll, Fred Ebron, Kenneth
investigators." Hamilton, Archie McKay and .

They claim that a Civil George Adams. A jealous boyfriend knocked rushed to Jackson Memorial
his girl down and fired a Hospital but died shortly
bullet into her chest Tuesday afterwards.

Ass't. SIC',. Of Labor night when he confronted her
with another man outside the According to witnesses,
(1 Cotton Club,'at 6901 NW 15th the enraged suitor exchanged

Warns IUE Union' Ave.The shots with the dead girl's
girl, Ernestine Kin- companion before fleeing the

i chen of 1458 NW 58th St.,was scene. Police are still searching
Wr f j' George L. P. Weaver, taken home by friends,'who for the youth who fired
Assistant Secretary of Labor, then called police. She was the fatal shot. "
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chambers announce the told electrical workers here 1 Rhy

engagement of Clarice Regina Jollivette, daughter of Tuesday that the federal Job

Mrs. Chambers and the late Cyrus M. Jollivette, Sr., Development,Program is vital Named Dam At FonHum U ; ]
to tho success ofcivil' rights, I' '
to Mr. Ronald Fraziefelhe son,of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley '
Frazier Sr. of Houston, Texas.The wedding will take Weaver of Electrical the' wHo NEW YORKFormer and the ways to,solve"
International Union -
place in December. Johnson photoris3enator Radio and Machine Workers City ,Welfare Commissioner them, said the' Reb. Leo J., '> ..
James R. Dumpson was McLaughlin, president the
,, (AFL-CIO) convention at
......--=: ltI the Americana hotel, warned named"xJean of Fordham Jesuit school.
against failure in the training r + University's Sch' oSocial
1 Wants of workers.He Service. *-., DumpsoAjias been' associate
I I1 called this "the most N Dumpson, a Negro, will dean of.Hunter Col

!I important task facing us today give Fordham "special In- lege's School of Social Serv-

the next plateau in sight" Into current social pro- ice.
Carmichael Drafted t our struggle for equal rights."
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Weaver, former IUE direc- '. ',x\\ : :, "
W. areI.I. tor political education,said : 11
A draft 40,000 men who !' f'
Mississippi congress- full employment and job oppor- ." .
man suggested Tuesday that now classified 1Y by the Se- tunity has been given a number .."\1': '
Stokely Carmichael, leader lective Service System."It one priority by the Labor \ "

of the Student Non-violent is my understandingthat Department under the Kennedyand '
Coordinating Committee, be Stokely Carmichael is Johnson administrations.He GEORGE L. WEAVER

drafted under a new program classified lYby Selective said a distinction now "But another, who is turned -
I announced recently by the Service Board No. 26, New needs to be made between the away because he is un- ,fya1it ;
Defense Department York City. .1 would like to right to hold a particular job trained has no legal case at
Rep. John Bell WilliamsD. recommend that Stokely Car- and the right to be able to get all, even though the reason
( ., Miss.) made the recom- michael be the first person to the job in the first place. he is untrained is that he was

mendation in a letter to Secretary be inducted In the military "Today, a man who is born in a ghetto and his edu-
of Defense Robert S. service under your proposal. turned away from the factory cation was an unequal as it I
McNamara. lie Is obviously a prime candidate gate because of the color of was separate. J
Williams said"I have read for your salvage and his skin has a clear-cut legal "The fact is inescapablethat
with interest of your plans to rehabilitation program." case," said Weaver. this situation is wrong." I

1 ,. SNCC-ii.Y. w 1Jj.1J0 For: Atlanta" "Ff19_ :r F", it r ;

The blame for the riot by dent Non-violent Coordinating advocate, Wednesday with inciting Seventy-one other Negroes I ,
500 Atlanta Negroes on Tuesday Committee. a riot that marred this also were arrested Tuesday in t w
has been placed squarelyon Police charged William city's image as an example of the outbreak of violence in
the shoulders of the Stu- Ware, a 1 leading"black power" racial tranquility in the South. which 15 persons were Injured tI' _

before hundreds of ,
police in full riot gear brought
matters under control with '

Adam Powell May tear gas and warning shots. ':1, '.ft:.t :',.' k .
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But only Ware, an official } :.< : "
of SNCC and a close associate f 1' 1 ,P' .
1.7' ofSNCC Chairman Stoke- ;. J / :1,: ;
Lead Black Powermeeting .
ly Carmichael, was officially : ;' : :;

/ charged with inciting to riot. ,; .
The rest were charged with : : "
The number one candidateto Powell said the 'w::< ..
creating -
failing to move on or ,
head the new Black Power meeting was not anti-white, disturbance.It ; It!<, ,'f
a i' "fl "
movement is Rep. Adam but pro-btack.1t did not 1
Clayton Powell. The militant advocate violence" he said, was Ware and another
Miss Carol Y. Hadley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
New York Congressman i.almo.t but simply rejected uncondi- SNCC member, identified as
of 14800 Fillmore will enroll
Howard Street
a certainty to head up tional nonviolence and strongly Bill Walton, who cruisedthrough
the new phase of the civil endorsed self-defense to the Negro section in a next week in the freshman class atMarymount College,
rights movement that is fast achieve the full dignity of sound truck before the riot Tarrytown, New York, .

gaining popularity. black peoplehood." started. Ware used the ampli- Miss Hadley is a graduate of Immaculate Acade-

Powell is head of the Powell called self-de fier to denounce the shooting my, where 'she was 'a member of the National Honor
group planning for a national fense "a fundamental law of of a Negro car theft suspectby
conference on black power to nature"and said,"even Jesus JAMES FARMER, a white policeman.He Society, Library Club Sodality, Yearbook Staff, Band
be held in Washington October didn't say what you do after former national director fo and the Inter-Club Council.
15. Powell claimed that the both cheeks 'are slapped. the Congress of Racial E- Marymount College is a four-year: liberal arts

phase of the movement that lie said he always carriesa quality, disclosed In New college conducted by the. Religious .of the Sacred _
led to passsge of the civil .38 revolver strapped under York that he has accepteda said his job as
of awarded in the humani-
Heart Mary. Degrees are
rights legislation is dead, his arm, but does not advocate professorship at Lincoln visor to a New Jersey task
and so are it* leaders. it for all Negroes. "For University, predominantly force on literacy ends Wed- ties, sciences and the arts; and qualified students

Commenting on the planning one thing," he said, "they Negro liberal arts college In nesday. The professorship have the option of spending their junior year studying
session for the Oct. 15 cost too much." Pennsylvania. starts Sept 15, he said. abroad in London, Parr, Rome or Barcelona.&iiv. .

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 9, 1966 "
Ffcif,, OssoferAs I

a volunteer worker at crime, causing trouble
j where-
4 D I ; 1 .._, iL_ f a. Dade Youth Aut\\ for nearly ever they go.

"ft+lh 4 ___ three years, I have been The volunteer discovers
deeply impressed with the when he (or she) is, accepted
o t by the children
importance of such work with how much i It
delinquent children. Untrainedas means to them to have
far as social work or stranger show genuine interest
4 concerned I In them. These
r1 ,
k teaching are youngsters
4. to'the conclusionthat above all others, need sUch
j7 + b Y 1 have come attention
f'pt" for
'+ e'' these professions, although they are po
4 a e ,t rt } ,i' helpful, are not requisites tential enemies of
4 to successful volunteer costly 'to Our communiticj

work. In fact, I believe that Volunteer Services director -
; : non-professionals make the Ruth Wedden, whose interest -
best volunteers because the in Youth Hall children
children, realizing they are in goes far beyond her prof. I
detention, know that the volunteer sional duties, has issued T
is a person who call for more volunteers

comes without pay to give Men are es racially needed
of himself in love and com- because of the lack of these
services is greater in
; passion. the
bL'l-'tI ( t I cannot overestimate the boys' section. Here is a tremendous -
value of volunteer work. opportunity and
} These youngsters in Youth challenge to those who want
}4 3 Hall feel that the whole to participate in the bettermentof
world is against them, and it our community, and it is
: LIoe tI t is a revelation for them to one which will be found
1 1t. 9 find that someone reall y greatly rewarding.
T f cares enough to spend time "Verily, I say unto you,
with them. Access to such inasmuch as ye have done it
interest and considerationmay unto one of the least of these

prevent some from my brethren, ye have done it .
MI. growing up into a life of, unto me." (Matt. 25:40.: ) 0..
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I" 2 Miamians To Get Eagle Scout AwardSunday SLIP COVERS FURNITURE ;

.AUOI t +
afternoon,Sept. 11, of the Hospitality Committeeof Mount Zion Baptist Church Zion BapUstChurchandhasmade nut FULLY MiuTA
the Junior Churchand also and has affiliations in excellent stride .UAIANTIIDIUM
3:30 p.m. at Johnson Hall, I many 1M4 lN
1328 NW 3rd Ave. promises to sings in the Junior Choir.As church connected organizations. under the leadership of Mr. ,,1&\1Io- r
be a memorable occasion.An a 10th grader at BookerT. He is a member of the Herbert Williams who is the Mir totMTIIIMJ 61 '
Eagle Court of Honor Washington High School Teen Choir; The Baptist Scout Master for the troop. atu NimM Pu, IITIMATIS iliII % ,
will be held-a first for Troop last year, Clarence served as Training Union; The Mount John has earned several limit niMIGMl gPECIALIZlNO :
79 and St. John Institutional president of Coed Hi-Y-Tri- Zion Youth Group and the Merit Badges and is now I All riniM VINTItrn IN PLASTIC ear CAI oI! "'
Baptist Church." The troop, Hi-Y, vice president of the Teen Age Sunday School ready for the giant step. The SLIP COVERS S N14NT ',,
chartered more than 20 years Thespians, reporter of Boy Class. ceremonies will take place at EXCLUSIVELY ...
ago is now enjoying one o f Counselors, vice president Our subject is a member the Mount Zion Baptist House 01 Gretchten PHONIWl 7-5011 1;',
its best years. elect of Student Council, a I of Troop #56 (Boy Scouts Church on Sunday, Sep- :r
The recipient, Clarence member of the Latin Club. of America) under the tember 18 at 11:00 A. M. Formerly Gretchen-NIchoIai Plastic Cover ,:'
Edward Smith is an outstanding Science Club, and Allied sponsorship of the Mount The public Is invited.
student, church worker, Youth. In addition to the :In.t'
and scout in the Greater Miami above, he also served as
area. Having just returned public address and football \ /
from the National Scout Ranchat game announcer. \\ /
Philmont, New Mexico, Scout Clarence is the son 0
r this young scout is also an of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith ;
1322 NW 3rd Avenue. _
gerienced long term camper. <
Because. ,.of hi s camping The main speaker for the :i
ability and experience, he occasion will be Judge S' T.L
was selected by his fellow ney Weaver of the Juvuflle
scouts to become a member of Court. Also appearin xm the ,
the Order of the Arrow, a natforfaf program "wilt'Yie Mr. GeorgeCrawford' 4:
'brotberticZadLoL hojwr.. of the South Fla. 1 *,
campers. 'Council, B.S.A, Mr. Daniel
During the summer of Wheatcroft, South Executiveof
1965 he spent 10 days and the South Fla. Council,
nights camping at Camp Se- B.S.A. and Lt. Leroy Smith 1
bring, Fla. Prior to his long Scoutmaster of Troop 77 and _
term camping experience, one of the leaders of the recent
Smith participated in the Na- Philmont Expedition
tional Annual Convention of All scouts, scouters and _
the Boy Scouts of America in friends of scouting are in-
May, 1965, which was heldat vited to come out and wit.
the Americana Hotel on ness this Eagle Court of
Miami Beach. Smith has held Honor.
the following'positions respectively -
in his troop: Patrol .
Leader, Den Chief, Scribe,
John Reid Jr. the
Senior Patrol Leader, Instructor _
of Mr. & Mrs. John Reid Vu
and again Senior Patrol I I IIxsx
St. of Miami
Leader. He truly beenin
the thick of all the troop fly up to Eagle Scout.
activities since becoming a John is a 10th grade student -
scout. at Booker T. Washington -
Clarence Smith serves as High School and is a
vice president of the Junior member of the Civil Air Pa-
Church of St. John; a member trol. He is a member of


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, .September 9, ,.966 3

Negro Needs $95 Billion For Equality In 10 Years .

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Rep. Adam Clayton Powell a Senate subcommittee Inves- Powell said,and coupled witha legated to a dungeon of sec
has proposed a $95 billion, tigation the problems of $3.5 billion a year cam- ond class dtlzenshlp."
I 10-year program "to raise American cities, Powell said paign to wipe out Negro "The black rebellions we ;
black Americans to full the government should have slums. This would total $95 are witnessing In our major
I equality." one official with authority"to billion In 10 years."I cities today are no different
In testimony prepared for mobilize all of the federal from the Irish rebellions and
I think we can afford to
power, all of the federal do no less than we are doing the Jewish resistance movements
and all of the fed- when those
programs peoplefought
around the
world for other
Voter deral funds on a coordinated, uncompromising bat-
people to raise black Americans !
singular assault on the root within the next 10 tles for freedom and the dig- '
of racial of their existence "
dlscrimlnation ,
causes to the Identical economic, nity
: t Education ," educational and political Powell said."Black .
Lr lie said those roots are levels of white Americans," power may notbe
discrimination in employ- the final solution,"added,
the New York Democrat said.
MeetiiyTeesday ment, education and hous- "but if It Is nothing else, It Is
ing. 'Black people today have a requisite interim call to
Nlg tAU Spending on manpower wearied of waiting" Powell moral arms for black peoples
retraining, economic de- said. "They are tired of be- themselves to do some-
velopment and poverty fight ing told they live in the cas- thing about the punishing
are,welcome and urged ing programs should be tle of first class democracywhen inequity which dominates
to attend a Voter Educationand doubled to $6 billion ayear, in fact, they are re their lives."
Registration meeting
Tuesday Sept. 13 at 6243 NW
17th Ave. at 8 p.m. '
An Interesting voter edu- ,
cation movie will be shown -
followed by a demonstrationon
the proper use of voting
machines and a discussion on
voters rights and voting pro-
This meeting is under the
of the Leagueof
' -- ---- ----- -- 1 Women Voters VISTA,
I't The Legal Service Division of the Economic Liberty City Voters Registration -
L Opportunity Program, Inc., which fights the war on Center and the Florida
fy poverty in Dade County, is going to bat for a legless Council on Human Relations.
4 f Miami mother ,who has fought a long, futile battle to EOPI block clubs are also
|t' get disability payments. participating.

1/:, The case of Mrs. Daisy Williams, born 45 years
J f't ago without legs and the mother of a teenage daughter FINEST

:, came to light through EOPI's Neighborhood Center in
:** Brownsville. PRINTING

I Mrs. Williams, who lives with her daughter in a'W

} neat little apartment at 6710 NW 24th Ave., came to SERVICE
ti Florida from her Georgia birthplace in 1947.

%: Over the years she tried three times to convince
i*- is disabled to the extent that she cannot accept a OUR PRINTING
',, .egular job. But the state turned her down each time.

," While the Dade County Welfare Department has Quality Job; Budget Price a
helped her periodically, she had to supplement wel- -
\, fare checks through baby-sitting as well as ironing. No lob Too large or Small WINDY CITY TREAT. Among the many interesting and pleasant highlights of
Then her arms gave out, and the aftermath of an opera- the National Medical Association convention In Chicago were the varied activities r
Deadlines Met on Time
son made it difficult for her to sit for any length ot of the energetic auxiliary to the medical association. One of the most outstanding

',, time. .' Satisfaction Guaranteed courtesies extended to these ladies was Hertz courtesy car provided smiling pre-
To, make things worse, she was,'told. that she sident Mrs. Murray B. Davis of High Point, N. C. Between sessions, and when (jl
"" 'and. o ttr rcustomers come:back--!, Ime- -
cOuld no Ion get baby irfirrTerapartineiiti: rmitted, Mrs. Davis and friends saw Chlcagd by car.

In want of help, needed now more desperately Miami Tints
than ever, she got in touch with the EOPI Neighborhood -
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday.- September 9.. 1966 -
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..., fi1 Lc'iIIi.i l.'t h FROM WHERE I SIT ;

1tt"it. BY BILL Me BRIDE

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher By Booker T. Hayes \J\I: \ ,- Is U. of M. Really
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor ,
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City'Editor violence over the ,
Due to rumors of impending 'r Interested InAtheletes
OSCAR W. WEAVER, Orculoton.AdvrtUlng! Mon ger weekend we have heard the moral attitudeof
Day r
Mombor .f tho Notional Nowipapors Publishers Atsoclotlor our community defended by many of our well best known be 1 /Tan ???

SUBSCRIPTION RATES citizens. The truth of their statements can

DNC YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 determined by the fact that no violence in any manner

occured. Whether or not violence had been planned is In our column of January 14, 1966: "U. of M, Shows
Entoro/J/ o. Second Clot Matter, August 9, 1927 at tho Post a matter of controversy, but the preventive measures No Interest in Tan Athletes," we hailed the University of
Office ot Miami, Florida, under tho oct of March 8, 1876 undertaken by the Community Action Board are to be Miami as being one of the most progressive private
commended. However, the general consensus is that titutions of higher learning in the south lor, without pressurs.opening '
Offlco it 6740 NW 15th Avonuo Phono OX 10421 ,
considerthe its doors to Negroes some three
Miamians have nothing to protest. When we years ago.
I find it impossible Happily, we pointed out that nn difficulties had resulted r
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"Tho changes of the past few years, from this unprecedented action. .r

NEGRO PRESS bollovos that America can best load to disagree.The It was noted that for many years University of Miami t
tho world from racial and national antagonitm when It oc- economical opportunities being offered and! athletic teams have participated,without incident,in sporting \,
cords to ovory man regardless of race, creed or color his accepted by Negroes are enlightening. To the Negro events against teams using Negro athletes both at home \
human and logal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-thi who have lived in Miami for a period of time the very and away. But, In spite of the fact that many southern ;
Negro Press strives to h.ip.v.ry man In the firm belief that thought of violence of questionable. If he has any schools are benefiting handsomely from their use of Negro
all men ore hurt as long as anyone Is hold back. doubt us to the progress being made he need only players, Miami has stuck to its policy fielding only lily 4

take a stroll through the stores on Miami's main white teams a pointed out the fact that attendance at the
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK thoroughfare Flakier St. If he or she has lived here Hurricanes home football games must average 50,000 If
for more than five years and fail to see the progress, the school is to break even with its athletic program. We
an optometrist should be contacted. Negroes are now revealed the fact that the 1965 lily white edition of the
ELECT A SHERIFF? drew of 294,979
suchas 'Canes an persons whlleplaylng
salesmen, saleswomen and bookkeepers stores
a total of six games in Miami's famed Orange Bowl; an '
Should Dade County elect its sheriff or have this Burdine's where Negroes were at onetime unable or average of 49,163 per game. (slightly below the 50,000 J
officer appointed? This question was one to be placedon to put it more bluntly not allowed to try on their per game average needed to stay out of the red), "
the November 8 ballot. However, Metro Commissioner purchases. The positions of responsibility now being We called attention to the fact that the University was ,
Hardy Matheson said he will ask fellow commis- offered can lead to but one result, a better citizen, grossly guilty of allowing many local tan star athletes to
sheriff one more capable of contributing to the welfare of be scooped up by out of state schools.We expressed amazement
sioners to remove the elective-appointive that the U. of M. made no sincere effort to sign stars
the .
question from the November ballot. Commissioner community.The like Cyril Finder, Attucks high of Dania who is now an t
has been orderlyand
in Miami so
decide established star halfback at the University of Illinois
Matheson had voted in favor of letting citizens amazed ; I
complete that many of our citizens are Carroll Williams, Curley High graduate, who in 1965, '
elected sheriff'sJob
'If they wanted to return to the now each day. They are being called upon to exercise the quarterbacked Xavier University of Ohio to its finest season.
to an appointive position, but because of hun the basic principles of the Constitution, and theyare (Williams is rated as one of the best passers in the country
dreds of calls stating that the commission should responding admirably. Without fanfare the problems and received all American honorable mention honors);
had advertised a public hearing before taking action of the Negro have been diagnosed, and the pro and Miami Northwestern graduate Stanley McKenzie,who
he now feels the commission acted "too precipitously"in per remedies started. This type of remedial actioncan in his initial year at'New York University, broke all fresh.
man basketball scoring records and was a sensational
placing the matter on the ballot. only take ,place when there is sincerity on the performer last season. .I

Be this as it may, we believe the matter shouldbe part of elected officials. Dedication would probably We predicted that Negro football players at the University
placed on the ballot and let the citizens decide offer a better description. Our present city governmentis would attract from 7 to 10 thousand additional Negro
the issue. one of which we can be proud. They have offeredleadership fans to home games.A .
acceptable to the times, and in so doing, few davs after the publication of our January 16
We elect governors, senators, congressmen,mayors, article. the Miami Daily News carried a story in which
brought into focus a kind of commission an action -
in fact, practically all officials. Why not elect the new Dr. Henry King Stanford was quoted as saying that as
commission. They have made themselves
sheriff. aware president of the University it was his desire to have Negro
Vox populi, vox Dei. of the problems of the community, and this alone representation on his athletic teams.
constitutes a major change. The Dally News article disclosed the fact that Dr. King
Since nothing happened on Labor Day the cry had sent a memorandum Instructing those responsible for
On Tuesday some top ranking officers of the by many is "what happened?" The answers you hear the recruitment of athletes to make a diligent effort to lure
Sheriff's department were called before the Grand tan stars to the Hurricane campus. He was further quotedas
are revelations within themselves. "Who- wants to
that Manson Hill chief of saying, that apy Negro recruited would definitely have
Jury. Reports are Major de- "
? or "March for what? These two phrases
_ ...- to be academicaly and must display gentlemanliketraits
tectives chief Richard have
security Wright re- the opinion of the The of
majority. feeling both on and off the' field.,
signed. The latter has accepted a position with the'Florida achievement among Negroes in Miami runs high.' Any With this we are fa wholeheartedly agreement will

Sheriff's Bureau. time there is a need for a reminder, many of our citizens Dr. Stanford.In .
need only a letter from home. This does not mean spite d Dr. Stanford's publicized statements favoringthe
The United States Justice Department is investi we have reached the garden spot, and to be realisticwe recruitment of tan athletes as we witness the begining to
of another fall term at the University, we find, much
gating allegations of public must admit that more change is At the
corruption, gamblingand necessary. our bewilderment, that not a single Negro has been signed
racketeering in South Florida. mement however, we can be proud of the progres for any of the University's major sports teams. Since
The Department's Crime Division will confer being made. The citizens have shown a spirit of ma- freshmen are not permitted to participate on varsity teams,
with Dade Crime Comnmssion next Monday. Governor turity. It appears they have decreed that nothing shall It will be at least two more years before it will be possible
man the beauty of a paradise so representative of to see a Negro on a Hurricane varsity team.
Burns said the outside
prosecutor request is ridicu tough
the universal For years now, schools from the academically
powers of the Creator, and so be it.
lous. Big Ten conference, Ivy Leagve,West Coast conference,etc.,
have had little difficulty in finding Negro athletes for their
WALLACE MAY RUN teams. Then, why the continuing cry from the Universityof
Well! Ye Editor could hardly believe his eyes, Miami that it is unable to find Negro boys who cad
but they turned out to be in good shape. You see he CATHOLIC SCHOOLSMsgr. measure up to what they expect of an athlete, both on

was reading the morning paper when he came across a William F. McKeever, superintendent of rff In the view field.of the foregoing, this writer Is forced to again,
headline he wasn't so sure of; it read: "Governor ask the really InterestedIn
Is the
schools for the Diocese of Miami announced that the question: UnlversityofMlarol
..Wallace Declares:" Yes, the Alabama governor said enrollment for schools opened signing Negro athletes? We wonder if race bias i III con

Monday that if the two major political parties "don't 38,000 children. In addition the three Tuesday colleges was, Barry over, tinuing to show its ugly head at the University

i give us something to vote for," he may run for presi- Biscayne and Marymount, the latter a junior I college .....
.: dent in 1968.Wallace. for women in Boca Raton expects to enroll 1,785 -- s sw
iK said he withdrew from the 1964 pr esi- students. ur ., ,, / s'

!. sidential race to help convertism. If we get in the '68 There are 63 Catholic elementary schools and 23 w t I Ii
,i: race, it won't be me doing the with drawing. high schools in the diocese. ,

a Wallace said both have been coming out with i

:w some statements, that he could hurt their chances in

it r the next presidential race if he decides to run. I BEATLES BARREDFrom

I don't care if they get hurt if they don't give us somebody Johannesburg comes news that the Beatles
I to vote for. have been barred from South Africa.An .

You can put Lyndon Johnson, Robert Kennedy, Interior Ministry official said: A visit by them r

Hubert Humphrey, Nelson Rockefeller, George Romneyand is regarded as being not in the best interests of the

Earl Warren in a sack, shake it up and it wouldn't country.

make any difference who you pulled out, said Wallace. The government-franchised radio banned their a e
Well Mr. Wallace in this great country, every manpis radio music from its broadcasts after John Lennon's I

entitled to his own opinion. So much for that. remark Christ. that the Beatles were more popular than


'I Bishop James A. Pike of Grace Cathedral, California

has announced his resignation from his diocese Moscow The Communist regime has de- HARDCORDSOUTHERN

effective September 15. cided to close down business on Sundays. An experiment .

In his final sermon on September 4, the bishop de- in Leningrad proved that people could do their SfATtt
clared that ne could not affirm the existence of an shopping during the week and take Sundays off.

"all powerful and good all-knowing" God.
The controversial bishop disclosed the course of FASCELL LABOR DAY PICNICIn '
of his own doubts through the years and thanked his
congregation for being "very patient with me." Dante spite of rain, crowds attended Congressman AA t .
Fascell's 17th annual Labor Day Picnic J ,
METRO COMMISSIONERS SALARY Crandon Park and enjoyed the refreshments at
Another important matter to be settled by Dade speeches favoring Fascell's re-election were made
County citizens at the polls on November 8 is whether Attorney General Earl Fairclpth, Sen. George Holla- ,
Metro commissioners salary should be increased from han and Congressman Claude Pepper. 'iii'

$6,000 a year to $15,000 a year. Some members of the machinist ?,** #
,..; The Metro Charter Board had suggested paying signs reading "strike breaking Fascell favorT low
commissioners $50 for each official meeting with a wages." Speaking of his differences with machinist ___
per diem celing of $9,000 a year. who carried signs, Fascell said: "Thank goodness
We think the salary for commissioners should be can have a difference of opinion without We !
being disa- Sin"1"1
raised to $10,000 annually. greeable. Beginning of the End Southern Power
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Back home from a very enjoyable two weekvacation -
are Mrs. Mary Parker and Mrs. Ezera Whitaker who Cosmetologists Active ,
vacationed in Rchmond, Va. and Washington, D. C. :I

and her daughters, Clarice, Jackie and Gloria Jean
Parker and a friend LYMette Grant were houseguestofMrs. This SummerThe

Jacquelyn Davis Grant of Nassau, Bahamas.To .
state cosmetologists tty dawn breakfast where
SEPTEMBER 7-14 all of Mrs. Annie G. Anderson's many friends who attended the 47th annual Mrs. Marion E. Muldrow of
NATIONAL CHILD SAFETY WEEK she is now back home at 15700 NW 157th St. Rd. Wel- convention and the Instituteof Miami received the Womanof
come home! Cosmetology or'the Na- the Year Award. The
( Charles and Sadie Johnson are all smiles, since tional Beauty Culturist plaque was presented to her
son Byron is home for a 'visit. The Sacred Hearts of Church of Incarnation cordially League Inc., held recentlyin by the Supreme Basileus
Oklahoma City at the Mrs. Marion Calloway.Mrs. .
invites to its "Pre-Autumn Tea" Sunday,
i "Fat" Davis Meet didn't know whether to you Sheraton Oklahoma Hotel Muldrow was also
laughor Sept. 11, 5 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
were Mrs. Katherine B. Ross of the honorees at the
to the one
cry over lovely gifts she received
at a surprised Dean, 1211 NW 51st Street.Mr. .
baby shower given in her honor at the home of state president, Tampa; Mrs.R. president's banquet. Dr.
Louise Bassey, Orlando; Katie E. Wickham presentedthe
Ruby and Obie Duren on Saturday. and Mrs. Leonard Ivy (Billye) and daughters, Mrs. Callie Cone and Mrs. plaque for contribution in

Tanya and Juanna have returned after spending a stay Ethel Jones, Jacksonville; the field of beauty culture
Arthurine Strapp was hostess for the initial meet with their cousins Beverly and Marvin Fonville of Mrs. Agnes Frazier, Belle\ and to the National Beauty
f ing of Sigma Gamma Rho on Saturday. Verneka Silva Chicago. Beverly is the former Beverly Dorsett of Glade; Mrs. Eva Brith, Win- Culturist League, Inc. She
''a is the new basileus. Miami, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Dorsettof ter Haven, Mrs. Olga Cooper, received many cingratulatory

this city and granddaughter of Mrs. Ida Dorsettof Hallandale; Mrs. Corine letters, cards and telegrams
R; GET WELL WISHES TO: Miami and Mrs. Lillie Hollis of New York. Ellis, Palatka; Mrs. Marion from the many organizationsand
Hallie Robinson, teacher at Northwestern is re- Muldrow and Mrs. D. A. friends of Florida and

cuperating from surgery at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Herman Dorsett, professor at Dade Jr. College Julius of Miami. the Miami area. Other states
Mrs. Eva Brith
After two weeks at St. Francis, Fred Nooks is took a leave of absence to work on his Ph.D. at Columbia receivedher were the District of Columbia,
' on the road to retovery at home. Albert Smith isat University. Accompained him were his wife Institute B. A.of Cosmetology.Mrs. degree from. the New York, Michigan and

home after a stay'at Christian. Sybil (Farrington) Far- Beverly and daughter Avril "Kit." Beverly will be R. Louise Bassey Georgia

'11 quharson is at North General Hospital after she accidentally employed as dietitian at one of the leading hospitalsin was on program at the Na- ON TIlE FLORIDA SCENE
fell at school. Little Michael Rolle is at New Yodc. tional Theta Nu Sigma Soror-
* Christian. Mrs. Billie Pitts was the
recipient of a beautiful
, Jerard DeVeaux of NYC has come to visit his plaque presented by the state
; ailing father, Mr. Fred DeVeaux. president, Mrs. Ross foi
\.1"\ years Of service to the OBCA.
Houseguesting with Eloise Morris is Shirley At the State President's
,i'r W izzard of NYC. Shirley is a supervisor at N.Y. Telephone Banquet at the Reef in Ft.

tlf F, Co. Lauderdale, Mrs. Opal King
i teacher, lecturer and demon-
{ A pleasant surprise on Labor Day weekend to the strator was guest artist )of
''it? James Gibsons (Vennda Rei Harris) of St. Petersburg the two-day beauty clinic at
was the motor trip to St. Pete by the Wilsons (Pro f the State Meeting in Fj.
and Millicent), Gloria Lacey and daughter, Patrice. Lauderdale is still receiving -
congratulations and invi-

I' Dorothy and John Maxwell and son, Terrance, tations to conduct clinics
.'1\\ motored to Daytona Beach to attend the funeral of for the different units of the

their friend, Mr. Dorsey Adams. state.
Mrs. Ollie Howard, teacher

Sympathy to Mrs. Louise Rolle. I of cosmetology in Palatka
IGRAND was a recent visitor to Miami -
; to be with Nurse Juanita
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parlins report an enjoyable
Mann during her bereavement.
vacation after two weeks in NYC.
1 i Congratulations to Cosmetologist -
Ji Emma Ward has returned from Chicago where she Wilhelmina Starkey

, gad a pleasant reunion with family and friends. Ingraham, bride of George

Ingraham of Nassau and Free-
;i Family and friends are happy to have James port in the Bahamas.St. .
"'Ii Gray of Los Angeles, come home for a visit.
Petersburg Cosmetologists e
.. Mrs. Maude Prescod and grandsons, Darville Jr. PRIZE WINNER. Mrs. William Bennett, winner of the 4-quart electric will be hosts to the
and Michael returned home from a 3 week-vacation in ice cream freezer by Proctor Silex, beams happily as she poses at the gala luncheon South Atlantic Regional meet-
NYC just in time to greet her daughter and their and fashion show sponsored by the auxiliary to the National Medical Associ ing in Octiber. Mrs. Edna D.

mother, Helen Knowles who flew in from Las Vegas. ation. The freezer was the grand prize at the fabulous Hotel Knickerbocker affair. Williams 2 is chairman., president Mrs.Unit Buhlar No.

The luncheon was one of the social highlights of the 56th Annual National Medical Hunter, Atlanta Regional
A pink bundle Russell and Geraldine (Black-
Association Convention held in Chicago. Shown with Mrs. Bennett are: left, Mrs. Supervisor; Mrs. M. E. Mul-
nell the proud of daughter in
) Ewing are parents
Baurmholt, Germany. James Williams, chairman, and right, Mrs. Morris Proffit, co-chairman. Mrs. Murray 'drow of Miami, supervisor,
K. Davis of High Point, N. C. is president of the auxiliary. 'Mrs. Catherine D. Ross, state
I president.
Phyllis Adamson of Kingston, Jamaica vacationed -
at the Columbus, Hotel.

Taking advantage of the stay-at-home vacation
iI plan are Mary Lou Nixon and Grace Higgs who were SEVILLE HOTELIf

"g guests at the Sea Gull Hotel on theOcean at 21st St., you like jazz, Jazzvilleat AVOID THE RUSH! AVOID THE RUSH!
the Seville Hotel has
another concert Sunday.
1 t.
Gail and Denise Nelson spent a week in Tampa Featured will be the Guy REGISTER
with their grandmother, Mrs. Thelma Nelson. Fasciani Trio with Turnip "
Greens and Brooks Caperton \
The Ferris L. Rhodes (Marjorie) enjoyed a motor returning to the concert stage & '\J"1(
demand. Of course
by popular
and Canada. NOW !
tour of the New England States the Ira Sullivan Four will be
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there with original tunes as
Dorothy and Jimmy Cooper entertained friends well as the standards, and ..... 4._
and relatives at a barbecue at their home, 4710 NW vocalizing with the group ; J x
25th Avenue. Among the many guests present were a will be Jazzville's rediscovery \
umber of friends from out of the city. Clarence Mathi- ; Joani Harrison.WMDM'sAlan 5 7 1 Air Conditioned Cars
Rock is host and emcee.
Charles Hankersonand
SoOn of Gary, Indiana; Mr. and Mrs.
He also takes his French
family, Alfreda and Fred Pinkston and the Scott %
Horn out every Sunday to
family of Ft. Lauderdale; Buddy and Elizabeth Scott join the group musically. As
of White Springs, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Davis Wright and always the concert will be to take you aid
family, Samuel(and Eula George and daughters, Lag- full of surprises. The dressat
wanna and Shywanna of Pompano Beach and Marie Jazzville is always casual f
and Susie Dorsey of Daytona Beach. and everyone is welcome to _$
Jones enjoy the sounds of contem- .i retire
to hone
yoi your
Gussie Ervin, new Delta prexy, is summoming porary American music.
members to a luncheon meeting at the New England Showtime is 4:30 for the first \
show and 7 p.m. for the se
Oyster House on Saturday, September 10. cond. Jazz Club members
$1.00, non-members 92.
Dr. and Mrs. James Hogan visited Kingston and ( D

Montego Bay Jamaica. (%

Annie Bell McIntosh vacationed in Washington,

D. C., Philadelphia and New York City.

Alma Nears and daughter Althea Tinker and her "Any where in the world

twin sons, Keith and Kevin of Nassau were the house- you want to go"
guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Seymour. nary car Call VOTER REGISTRATION OFFICEPhone:7575165

NO MORe 1-7
1967 Girl Scout Calendars are now on sale. Con-

tact your favorite Girl Scout and place your order now. 1WCJMtW1iUW"L

Cost is 35 cents.

FALL MEETING "Your Neighborhood Trawl

Attention all Girl Scout leaders, assistant lead- Ag.nts"
ers, troop committee members, persons interested in DON'T WAIT TILL LATER
As near to you your,
leaders of Girl Scout troops.lxora Neighbor-
becoming ...1.,... Civ us a call.
hood meeting Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. Carver .' deliver. 1104 NW 3rd AVOID THE RUSH
YMCA, 15th Ave. and 58th Street. Ave. PR ...51. Ch... C.
North Man.,.,.

Mrs. Blanche Fluellyn has returned from weeks.
vacation in Nassau with relatives.

6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 9, 1966 _..

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::-.. Urban League
By Gwendolyn Laveme Ross > ryS.F L

(Fourth of Four Articles)
School Scoops.
My tour of Vietnam is over. But the memories of|
Richmond Junior School its doorsto
Heights High opened
I the military men from our communities serving ther
1,290 students on September 6. The school's principal,
Mr. E. J. Arahill, Is looking forward to another successful :E.'fir ; and how they received us, lingers on.
year with the aid of 15 new faculty members. Certainly, these veterans are not to be permitted!

They are: to journey from New York or San Francisco, when they
Mr. Carol Catley Physclcal Education : W' return for discharge, back to their hometowns ofl
Miss Edda Cimino Language Arts .
;;: Phoenix or Chicago or Cleveland I
Mr. Charles Dahlstrom Mathematics and GraphicsMrs. Pittsburgh or or
Tana De Tonceau Basic EducationMrs. maybe Waycross or Little Hope or Strawberry Plains,)
Virginia DiCrlstafaro ReadingMrs. wherever they live, with nothing more than a "hello"
Mary Horton Sixth Grade and a "good luck."

Mr. Johnathan Houghton Physical Education At that point, as the veteran disembarks from hi
Miss Sandra King Physical EducationMrs.
Linda Mllasnovich Basic EducationDr. ship or his plane, we will not ask (to, parody the late
Manano Morejon Jr. Spanish President Kennedy's succinct statement) what that!
Mrs. Catherine Palmer MathematicsMrs. S sms man can do for his country. For he will be enroute

Bennie Pollack Sixth Grade home after having done that-placing his life atj
Mr. Albert Robinson Shop
death's door in defense of the nation.
Mr. A. Seese ReadingMr.
Leo Williams Sixth Grade 4t Therefore, it will then be our job to ask himI

Mrs. Ethel Holt English'Mrs. / the GI, what we can do for him. It is then that we must!

Myrtle McCray I TV Aide not only sing out our praises of him but also to begin I
Miss Yvonne Burney I TV Aide to work diligently to assure him that he knows that!

Circle September 10. on your calendar. Why??? The we are there to help him journey home, even, if necessary -
Dade County Worshop of the Dade Council of Colored ; ; !
make that he is comfortably returned
to sure
Parents and Teachers will be held at Richmond Heights
Junior High from 9AM to 5PM. The workshop's theme to his loved ones and friends. Above everything else,!
.is,. "Integration The Council's motto "Let's Face It". we must be sure that the returning GI is helped to I

1,300 youngsters answered the school-opening bell on r readjust to his place in the community, home-wise|
September 6, at Frank C. Martin Elementary School on and opportunitywise.We .
., 1450 Boggs Drive. Mr. A. White, Principal, welcomed nine
new teachers to his present staff. must show him, by our helpful deeds, that wel
The first high school gridiron battle of the season will 'tully'appreciate what he did for us and that we are]
be fought by the Mays High Rams and the NorthwesternHigh ready to'do our utmost to make sure that he and his I

September Bulls 10.at Miami-Dade Junior College Stadium on family will want for nothing in our power to help him]

fulfill his aspirations.

And so, for example, the National Urban Leagu
at its recent annual conference established a Veterans

Social Notes. Affairs Department designed to contact the Gil

shortly before he is to be discharged, to see if we|
Mrs. Charles L Williams' (Mayme) summer trip re-
turned her and her mother to their native home in Cin- can help him in his readjustment to civilian life.
'' cinnati, Ohio. While in the vicinity, she visited friends Dr. and Mrs. Richard V. Moore are shown at the We are sure that there will be other organizations -
and other relatives in Chicago, Illinois and Toronto, foot of the Ruins of the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. who will be carrying through similar programs]
Canada. Leaving the Midwest, she flew to Kentucky,
where she toured Paris, Lexington and Kentucky State The more the better.
College at Frankfort. Later, Mrs. ,Williams joined her Moores Return From EuropeDr. Basically, our plan will be to find out mon
husband, the Register at Edward Waters College, at their specifically what skills the GI has, if he has some
second home in Jacksonville, Florida. and Mrs. Richard V. lehem. They saw the "Rose military job which, through retraining, can be adapte
The Joe Pratts of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, were recently Moore have returned froman Red City" of Petra, this mysterious for civilian use. We want to know, end to help him]
the houseguests of Mr. Mrs. Charles Gibson of ruled a
eight-week vacation which area once
if he desires to return to school for further educatio
14245 Jefferson Street. They returned home on
September carried them into Europe, large segment.of the Known
the firstRecent Spain, Italy and Africa. World. for a better job. Or even help him find better hous-
high school graduate, Lewanzer Lassiter, accompanied While they were guestsat In Greece Dr.Moorevislt- ing.
her cousin Rosalyn Lassiter on a recent jaunt to the Hotel Phoenicia In- ed a school for under- Already government agencies, businesses an<|
Nassau. While the resort isle, entertained by
they were
on tercontinental, Mrs. Moorewas priviledge boys. He was told industries have responded affirmatively in their desires
the Wallaces. Black Beard's Tower, Black Beard's Cave,
and Paradise Beach were just a few of the many highlightsof given a surprise birth- by the husband and wife to assist in this newly established program bjj
their trip. Lewnazer, daughter of Mrs. Augusta Oliver, day party by George Laux, team who maintained the In- making available jobs, giving helpful advice in the
tour manager, Travelworld, stitution the boys work their
leaves soon for Rolling College. creation and in the of the !
Inc., July 27th. way through and earn tui- carrying out program.
The Moores visited the tion Dr. Moore gave a During my tour of Vietnam, I was amazed at the|
ancient street called Straight, scholarship to one of the students large number of those who showed deep interest in
Inside Our Churches the Tomb of Said In, St. Paul's who will enter Bethune- our proposed program and who said that they would!

Reverend and Mrs. LeRoy (Effie) left Miami on August Window and the Mosque of Cookman College in September. certainly want to be counted in for such assistance!

31, sound for the National Baptist Convention of Dallas, Omayard in Lebanon. They from us. Many others asked how they could, even]
Texas. While there, the Ross', Pastor and first lady of saw the famous Egyptian
Bethel Baptist Church, will take in many of the Dallas Museum where the fabulous Dr. Moore said "I am then, get the address to contact us about the idea.
city sights. treasures from he tomb of happy to be home. While I Nobody gave a tinker's damn about how Negro I
King Tut-Ankb-Amon was enjoyed visiting those coun- GI's of former wars felt, what they hoped to do, or|
found. They also viewed the tries the condition of some even how they: were feeling when they returned home.
Angeless Sphinx and Great areas have given me a newfound do I
Except his family and close friends who couldn't
Pyramids of EgyptContinuing respect for the United
into Jordanthe States." much to help him get a job or to better his condition j

TWO Moores saw Jerusalem, The vacation culmimate And so thousands of them returned to the same
the holiest city in Christen- in London England whereDr. old communities, to the same old discriminatory con-
FIRST dan; the Garden of Gethse- Moore was a delegateto ditions, to the same or worse nondescript, littlepaying -
i ORlVE IN THEATRE RUN mane; the tomb of tht the World's Conferenceon jobs, and to the same old depressing, dismal and |

Virgin Mary; and Beth- Methodism. hopeless second class citizenship status they left.

We found deep bitterness mounting the the veteran -

II 1 of former wars, when he returned to the same infer
I Iia111P1
t Tan QCbpics'AKE ior status he had left.

Often riots and other turmoil resulted when he I

could no longer live with the idea that he had gone to |

defend a country which treated him so cruelly.

rrn, Thus, our re ason for launching the plan to aid thel
Vietnam Negro and other minority GI's. With all the

I I troubles currently besetting the country, here at home,
j these Vietnam vets will be a force the nation can)

ill-afford to have embittered.

Besides, the Negro GI's of Vietnam are among I II

1 I the best, of our communities. They deserve the best
/ treatment.
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Airman Robert C. Taylor, Airman Glen wood E. Pla, technical training at SheppaYd Airman, Harris was graduated -
son of Mrs. Clara E. Taylor, son of Mrs. Alice V. Pla of AFB, Tex., as a U. S. Air from North Dade )
of 2167 NW 68th Terr., has 3084 NW 59th St., has been Force aircraft maintenance High.
been selected for technical assigned to Sewart AFB, sped ali st.
training at Sheppard AFB Tenn., after completing Air The airman recently completed
Texas, as a U. S. Air Force Force basic training. basic training at VOLUNTEERS ,
communicati on wiring spec- The airman, a 1966 ;r
ialist. uate of Miami NorthwestHigh Glos- NEEDED FOR r

Schooo, will be trainedon Dade High School. ut 1
The airman recently completed the job as a fuel specialist TEENAGERS MARCHThe
with the
Tactical All
training at Command.
Lackland AFB. His new Airman Richard Harris Jr., Danny Thomas Teen-
school Is part of the Training son of Richard Harris of 2545, agers' March for St. Judes Miss Sonja Yvonne Butler, daughter of Rev. and
Air Command which conducts NW 159th Terr., has been Children Research Hospitalwill Mrs. William H. Butler, 1450 NW 74th St. and a 1966
hundreds of specialized Airman John H. Gloster, selected for technical training be held Sunday, Sept. 11, graduate and debutante of Miami Northwestern High
courses to provide technically son of Mrs. Albertha Gloster at Sheppard AFB as a U. S. from volunteers 1 to are 5 p.m.needed.Teenage Call School, departed for Knoxville, Tennessee where she
trained personnel 'for the 16115 NW 22nd Ave., Opa- Air Force Aircraft mainten; 3736464. will attend Knoxville College. She was accompaniedby
nation's aerospace force. locka, has
been selected for ence specialist. her father, three brothers, William, Robert and
Teenagers can register at Michael and her sister, Clarice also Steven Woods, a
2626 SW 3rd Ave. any Dinner
friend and member of their youth group.
Maid Restaurant, Robert'sDrug

373-6464.Store, or by calling .

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Airman Jerome K. Moore,
son of Mrs. Willie M. Mooreof
2200 W. Fourth Courth, Rt -
ere es+
r 1, Hialeah has been selectedfor
; technical training at
/ Sheppard AFB as a U. S. .
Air Force aircraft main- M.
k" tenance specialist.The ct t Wtt

airman recently com- -Y'*iTK *
Jti pleted,basic training at Lack- FREE DELIVERY DRUG
land AFB. Moore
was graduated -
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WASHINGTON Sen. ordinance prohibiting discri- only 500 Negro families In war on poverty's Day Care Program; Mrs. Patricia Room Arrangement Conl-
William Proxmlre,(D.,Wis.) mination In housing. Prox- Madison and they constituteless Care program in Dado Countyis Frost, its curriculum coor- tive Development and Social
said Tuesday the experienceof mire said In a speech for the than 2 per cent of the now conducting the na- dinator; and Mrs. Leslie Dan- Interaction; Programming;
Madison, Wis.,shows le- Senate, Negro families have population," he said. tion's first seminar for Day ford, its project director.For Playground Experiences; Development -
gally required open housingcan moved into every one of its Care center teachers and the period from Sept. of. Inter-Social
aid integration without 22 wards. "Not a single family has aides. 6 to 9, speakers include: Relationships on an Early
turmoil or economic loss. moved because Negroes The idea, developed by the Pr. Elizabeth Caspari, director Childhood Level; and The
In the first 20 months "This have moved into the neigh- Economic Opportunity Pro- of the Delary Montes- Montessorf( Methods and
after Madison adopted city achieved Integration has been borhood. There has been no gram, Inc., the agency that sori School; Mrs. Ethel Gross Materials.The .
although there are report of the loss of even one fights the poverty war here, man, Day Care coordinator; sessions start at
dollar of property value in is unique because no attempt Mrs. Mary Hoganmueller, director 8:30 a.m. and wind up in
Madison because of the pre- has ever been made to train of Elementary Educa- midafternoon.ANNOUNCEMENT.
sence of Negroes. teachers and aides together. tion, Dade County Board of
t Sr i y Proxmlre said In 1964 Day-long seminar sessions Public Instruction;Mrs. Frost;
there were 43 complaints of offering a variety of lecturesand Williams; and director of the
_AitiTA; N discrimination in the sale of panel discussions as various EOPI Day Care Centers The class of Dorsey of
"---"..._ .- housing in Madison but last well as' workshops, are heldat '46 and Northwestern '56
Mrs. Betty Lou Barbieri, -- year there were only 16. Temple Israel and will Among topics are: The would like for all members to
Director Community Resources I Every complaint, he said run well over a month. Theyare Child Development Program; be present at the home of Mr.
and Community has been settled without li- under the direction of Growth (social, emotional William' Dingle 1520 NW 66thSt.
Services, will serve as con- Carver tigation." Rudy Williams., teacher-train- intellectual and physical) ., Sunday, Sept. 18 at 6
sultant for one of six sections er director of the EOPI's Day through Areas of Interest; p.m. Please be present.
of the PTA Workshop.She Ranches .
will discuss the purpose I . . . . . . . . . . .. -
and work of various agencies .

where serve South as PTA volunteers.Florida members School can De- News&v Wolt.r Bow NOW Mail In Coupon Today !

segregation Consulting Cen- The Carver Ranches Fire
ter, University of Miami, is Department will meet every
providing consultants for Monday night at the Fire Hall, : Or Call :
other sections. on 44th Ave. and 21st Street.

Principal Earl Wells, MaysJr. sisiSIiIIUsuuslSIUuuussasssusluIIluIuIsssslIlUIsssssusisII.ssuE
Sr. High School will deliver The Star Light CommandryNo. : :
38 will meet Sept. 25 at S Auerbach Realty I Company
keynote address. Dory .
the Mansion Hall on Petn- .
brooke Rd. Obediah Ferguson 5 2 Registered Real Estate Broker : ..
Richmond HeightsJuniorHigh A.M. Commander. E: 561 NE 79th Street =: .
School, 15015 SW103 E Suite 202 A : .
Avenue is the host school Comrade Ralph Seymour
for the conference,Saturday, has returned home from the : E Biscayne Shopping Plaza : .
September 10 beginning at Veterans Hospital in Cora I = Miami, Florida 33138 :
8:30: A.M. and closing at Gables last week. .
3:00: P.M.J. .

Carl Capers, Council League The Excelsior will start Bowling rolling Per Month I 754-4535 :
President and Mrs. Elizabeth Thursday night Sept. 8 at PHONE
Curtis, Workshop Director, Cloverleaf Lanes. Ernest _
are expecting to see YOU on Hayes, president, Dennis
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I Ii' .!.I $20 Million Building Program UnderwayAtttMU, I I'I

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r building construction pro- another three million d:>l- II I,
,gram is underway at Florida lars. T
i, A&M University. Nearly
Additional to the sprawling
20 million dollars in new
Florida A&M University n
buildings, furnishings and
campus the past two years in
renovation has been plannedfor addition to the housing units __
the next five
for married students includethe _
Of this nearly 20 million _
extension of utilities, _
dollars in improvements and
bowling lanes, a lodging unit
expansion, about eight mil-
and other facilities for the
lion has been or will be com-
Student Un ion Building.Dr. .
pleted within the next two

years. The Vocational-Tech- George W, Gore Jr.,
nical Institute and the coedu-
A&M's president, is requesting -
cational dormitory complexesare an additional $10,*
expected to be occupiedbt 321,180 in buildings and 1
the second trimester. The improvements from the 1967
two complexes are being con- legislature.A .
structed at a cost of over FAMU'S CO-ED COMPLEX This four-build- mester at Florida A&M University. The four-unit

three million dollars. list of buildings, im- ing dormitory complex is expected to be readyfor structure is being erected at a costaE$16,600,000, I
provements and renovationson FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.
of thenext
Married students are now the legislative building occupancy at the beginning
occupying a 63-unit complexof request list for Florida A&M T. ,-- :D r -::- / "
one, two and three, bed- University for 1966-67 bien-
room apartments in the Pol- nium includes a science 1
kin ghorn Village- area. This building I $2.834,500; library
$$700,000-project was com- addition $2.667.600; women
pleted last spring. dormitory, $2,210,000, cam- pe
i pus utilities and improvements
i' Plans are now under way $690,000; maintenance build-
to begin construction of two ing, 574,000; renovation of
new classroom complexes, Jacskon Hall to house the
;a all weather tennis courts, a School of Nursing, $95,000;
gymnasium for the high school renovation of science build-
lights for the stadium, and to ing to house the School of
enclose the swimming pool Pharmacy; $359,580'renova
for year round operation. The tion and repair of residence
education, psychology and halls, $500,000; and nurses
I the fine arts classroom com- home, $290,500.
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 9 1966 11

Relations Council ROUX ENTERTAINThe .

I Rinkeydinks Euro- I. WIGSIII! !

To Hold Open Housing JHeefina were pean highly Tour group entertained and friends witha

buffet dinner Saturday night .00
I The Florida Council on Weatherly, I Sept. 4 at the spacious and ; $69
Human Realtions, Greater of EOPI, the Rev. director tor of the panel. beautiful home of Mr. and
Miami Chapter, is holding an Black, executive William The Florida Council on Mrs.Cal Roux in Goulds, Fla.
important meeting an open Cuban Refugee of Human Relations has long Those enjoying the evening -
housing on Thursday, Sept. Greater Miami Commission, been a supporter of fair housing were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas $10 down .
Council of for all Denton, Mr. and Mn .
15 at 8 p.m. at St. Stephen's Churches, Mr. Joe persons. It sees
Episcopal Church, 2750 Mc- lisch, M. Ko- residential segregation and Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Farlane Road,Coconut Grove. Affairs chairman Committee of the Civil the i rapid expansion of ghet- Shackelford, Mr. and Mrs. $S week
Participants in a panel Miami Board of the toes as one of our most Raymond Seay, Mr. and Mrs. m per
Realtors, crucial national George Coverdale of Phila-
the Issues
discussion housing on are: Mrs. Atha- Mr.executive August H. VandenBosche, Recently the Council has delphia, Mr. and Mrs. Paul IMPORTED HUMAN HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY
open Miami City Commissioner Florida director of the associated with many other Cato, Maxine Hawkins, Ger-
lie Range Council
on Human Re- trude Froo At Ho. Sorwko
Mr. Richard lations, will groups to organize a Fair Way Johnson Noami Shop
as moderaPAIRED ,
Housing Agency of Dade. Symonette Mary Colden Flo
i, County, Inc. to cooperativelyseek Hawkins, Alma Keener, '" CALL. .
ways to end residential Bettye Timmons.PierreHenry.Florrie .
segregation. Woodard, Nellie Ro- .
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secured calling the Florida Roux, Hattie Lee Lockhart, I .
Council office at 6241 NW Claude Cato, Mr. John Roux, I
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Addie M. Monroe of 2321

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS NW 152nd Terrace, Opa-locka '

died are incomplete.Sept. 3., Arrangements AROUHDI THE BAHAMAS \

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Walter I. Sands of 15825
of London's top from the Ministry of Educationwho
I beloved loving memory of our The family of the late The family of the lateJAMES He is survived by a daughter travel A group agents were recent also provide the servicesof
son, husband and Hattie P. Edwards; two brothers
father OTHELLO W. JOHNSON SR. Rufus and James Eddie visitors to Nassau in the three teachers.
would like to thank their interests of tourism. They The Anglican Diocese of
.. sister Leslie Lee Storr; a
a ,
of the BOAC Nassau and the Bahamas has
many friends for the many I mother-in-law, Lula Cliette: were guests
cards, letters, telegrams and other and the Ministry of Tourism. agreed to deed to the govern-
florals for the comfort they relatives four grandchildren and: friends.; Ser- They hope to begin sending ment 250 feet of the frontageof

brought during our hour of /' : clients to the Bahamas the Addington House to be
'; vices will beheld Wednesday,
JJJ bereavement. Special thanksto fifi, Sept. 7 at 4 p.m. in the first of next year. used in any future wideningof
Rev. Fre d J. Hicks, Senior \r The group lived at the Shirley Street.In .
6 Tr Pulpit Aid Board, Faculty of .. Montague Beach Hotel. Af-

Liberty School Business and ; i, : ;! Charlie Stark of 2032 NW ter looking Nassau over, they exchange, the Diocese

Professional women employeesof M J. .'. .-t 73rd St. died Sept. 3. He is spent two days in Freeportat will be given six arr:s of
a Parisian Dry Cleaners, St. .' \ survived by his father, Robert the Holiday Inn before returning government land on Soldier
James Church and the Jolly ... ; to London. Road on which to build a
\dF+' -"'" ; a brother, James; two
f t Twenty Social Club. church school and for
y t: "; sons, Sam and Charlie Jr.; rectory
Johnson & Martin two sisters, Mary Hendersonand The government has anew parish.On .
other agreed to lease a site on a
Families Ethel'Lee Peoples;
K relatives and friends..Serviceswill tract of land of John F. Ken- Aug. 19th, Mrs.

be held Saturday, Sept. nedy Drive to the Roman Oscar Sol ibakke, a reside t

IN MEMORIAM 8 in the chapel. Catholic Church for 99 yearsat of Marsh Harbor, Abaco, was
a rental of one dollar a burned to death in a fire at

In sad but loving memory of Charles Smith of 2948 NW year. The church will builda her home during the early

58th St. died Sept. 3. He is school to accomodate 500 hours of the morning. The

LONNIE J. RANDOLPHwho r --- survived' by his wife, Shirley; students. Another site in the deceased in her early fifties,

departed this life Sept. LEROY GLENN three children, Charles, Anthony same area has been offered was an invalid and could not
11,. 1965. 1'. wishes to express heartfelt and Randall; four by the government to the move about.

Like a ship that left its : appreciation to the wonderful sisters, Linda, Paulette, Bahamas Association for
mooring 1 friends and neighbors for Joyce and Debra; five brothers Retarded Children. It will Here's quite a story. Sa-

And sailed bravely out at sea their many acts of kindness Ralph, Thomas, Henry, 'be used for a school buildingand muel Bullard was determinedhe
So someone dear has sailed during our hours of bereave--Gary and Joseph; his parents will carry the same nominal must have a boat. He was

awayIn Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith Sr. rent and length of leaseas convicted 21 times stealing

calm serenity. N S S ment.Special thanks to the Services will be held Friday, agreed for St. Francis dingies., During his last two

The Family House of Albert. Sept. 9 at 4 p.m. at the First Xavier's College. months he went before the

Wife, Flora Randolph and Baptist Church. Mr. Smith will The Stapledon School for Discharged Prisoners Aid
children The Family repose after 1 p.m. Friday. I retarded children is locatedon Committee and was asked:

Mother, Mrs. Idella Hadleyand .t Crawford Street, Oakes "What can we do to stop
family Harold Taylor of 3530 NW I I Field. The classrooms are already you?"

IN MEMORIAMIn 210th Terr died Sept. 2. Survivors r filled and their is awaiting "Please give me a boat"

include his wife, list. The new school was his reply.
IN MEMORIAMIn dearly loving departed memory husband of my Mildred; other relatives and 1 will accomodate 100 children. When he came out of pri-

loving memory of our friends. Services will be The Stapledon School now son, the committee had a

dear friend.MISS who departed JAMES A.this SMITH life held on Saturday, Sept. 10 at r receives a grant of $%.286 well built boat waiting for
BERNARD GERALD PRATT 12 1964. Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist him.
Church. He will after Bull lard is a lucky
repose man,
who departed this life Sep- I have spent many hours
i tember 2. 1963. remembering that sad day, 1 p.m. on Friday. mother and four sisters and he should be quite happy now.

We all love you but God and the days that followed two brothers.
loves you best. which have left a gap that James Robinson of 5729NW Beaurie Johnson
29th Ave. died Sept. 3. 1541 NW
Gerald Pratt father cannot be filled in my life. 62nd Terr. died
include his wife Sept. 5 Sur
Survivors ,
He is gone, but not''forgotten. vivors include his HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL
Enith Pratt, mothet Daisy Bell; four children; four Jes
Claudia White, sister brothers and two sisters;othe sic,fourdaughters,three sons,
Triandos Pratt, brother Mrs. Annie Mae Smith, wife relatives and friends. Ser- one sister and one brother. LIKE OUR PRINTING:

Lovan P. Pratt, sister vices will be held on Saturday Arrangements are incomplete.

And Family Sept. 10 at Salters chapel at Quality Job; Budget Price
James Love, 1515 NW 49th
IN MEMORIAM 4:30 p.m. Mr. Robinson will
repose after 1 p.m. on Friday. St. died Sept. 5. A native of No Job Too large or Small '
...In memory of the. late Troy, Ala. his survivors include ,

...a",..,.r-.... ......-_ CARD OF THANKSThe two sons, James Jr. and Deadlines; Met on Time
Frank. Arrangements are in
HATTIE L. BRACE Harvey, Eamestine Whitfieldand complete.
family of the late Satisfaction Guaranteed
who departed this life sept. Miss Johnnie Mae Watson,
7, 1964. ,as well as many other rela- George Williams of 34
and. our customers come back!
"Sunset and evening star tives. Day Ave., Princeton died
And one clear call for me L Sept. 5. lie is survived by

May there be no mourning at James Leroy Glenn, 2020 his wife, Stenetter; mother, Miami Times

the bar Wilmington St., Opa-locka, !Mrs. Frances Williams, of
When I set out to sea." .t died Aug. 30. His wife, pauline Scott. Miss and a sister,

Sadly missed : ; mother Mrs. Assie Lee ]Mrs. Mary Harper. Arrangements 6910421LINCOLN
Jolley of Cairo, Ga.; two are incomplete.
The GrisbysIN brothers, Odell and Nathaniel'' ,

Jolly; one sister, Elizabeth
Woods; two uncles and nine

MEMORIAMIn aunts including Mrs. Ada Atkinson -

sad but loving .. ,. Mrs. Evelyn Barkett
memoryof and Miss Lucille Howard of
our dear wife and daughter, f: MEMORIAL PARK
Miami are among his survi
vors. Services were held Sept.
4 in Cairo with burial in 3001 NW 46th STREET
1 """ .- ... .'b"N ._........ Thomas vi lie, Ga. NE 44197E.

.a .. who passed Sept. 5, 1958. Cynthia Mitchell, young JOHNSON MANAGER OX-1.9199
------ "-
We want to thank our friends daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

.1F ALEX McCALLUM JR. and neighbors in the hour of Willie Mitchell Jr. of 21849
need Especially Mt. Sinai SW 118th 0. Goulds died
who expired August 25, 1966 Baptist Church.
and was laid to rest August Aug. 30. Services were y
31, 1966 in Register, Ga., Mrs. Ella Mae Coleman, held Sept. 3 at 2 p.m. from

wish to express our heartfelt daughter Morning Star Baptist Church.
iksV4' Mr. & Mrs. B. C. and Sadie
thanks and
appreciation to
d our c ,,,
CartledgeR. S AV
many friends and neighborsfor Lonnie Barr, 11-year-old
C. and Thelma
their kindness, cards, Cartledgeand son of Beatrice and Dozier
family Barr, 2226 NW 49th St. died
telegrams, phone calls, personal Walter Cartledge! son
Aug. 31 from injuries
visits and floral designs
James Cartledge, son & Fam. tained
when struck
; and special thanks to by a car
Rev. W. J. Macon and the the previous day. lie is also

members of the First Baptist survived by three sisters,
Church of Bunche Park and three brothers, grandparents

i.h ,fira, to the House of Albert funeral CARD OF THANKSThe and many more. Remains were
home and staff. family of the late k thanks. 3 for final rites. WE'RE ONLY
Many, many
_. 4
The McCallum Fammly AWAY
MRS. IRENE POITIER wishes to thank all of their Otis Johnson, 1040 NW '

who departed this life Sep- friends and neighbors for their 43rd St. employee and foreman t. To know
tember 8, 1956. kind expressions of sympathy 1' at International Airport we are here

Oon e but not forgotten. during their time of bereave-'for many years died Sept. 4. ;. twenty-four hours a day
merit, and the Richardson I'His wife, Ethel Mae; three .
May she rest in peace., CARD OF THANKSThe i' to help _
daughters Basic you
Mortuary staff. and
Milton Poitier husbandMrs.
family of the late 'Maude; two
Marie Curry, mother Mrs. Ophelia Nelson sons, Willie
SAMUEL O. BULLARD And FamilyALBERT. 'and Otis Jr.; mother, Mrs. with funeral facilitiescan
wish to thank all friends and :Susie Johnson; three sisters
I and six brothers be
CARD OF THANKSThe neighbors of Key West and survive. comforting.
Services will be held
Miami for their cooperationand
family of the late kindness during his ill- 3 p.m. from Macedonia Bapt. .
to ;
MRS. BLONEVA MOSELEY ness and death. Special Church lie will repose in the
thanks to Mrs. Aretha Pon, Mrs. Ora Lee Johnson, wishes to thank her many 2515 NW 162nd Terr., Opatocka Friday afternoon.Mrs. : help
management Key West me
never to
friends and neighbors of died August 30. and forget Thy love
Funeral Home and
Rev. Reed
14th St. for their kindness of st. Peters Church of Key was funeralized! Sept. 3 from Ruthie Mae Harris of 1. \ it looks up to me'in the...

during her illness and death. West. Again thanks to each Greater New Bethel Bapt.. I Naples, Fla. but more recently 1 ; beauty of the flower ."
The many cards and floral and all. May God bless you. Church. Survivors include her : of 2050 NW 66th St. ;r John Henry Jowett
were very comfortingto husband, Joseph; mother,Mrs. c died Sept. 3. Services are
pieces Sleep dear
one. Mamie Watson of Titusville, tentively scheduled for Sat. k: ''f Oscar L. Range

us.Thank everyone very much. Mrs. Dorothy Allen, daughter Fla; 2 brother, Willard and s Sept. 10 at 11 a.m. in the

Jesse Allen, son-in-law Eugene Watson; 4 sisters, hapel.: she is survived by Funeral Home
The Family Lillian Parson, sister-in-law
Mmes. Emma Brown Doretha tier, husband, Dennis; one son. \


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roy Hill were among the guests. beautiful setting of lace;
BROWNSVILLEDAY Sister Marie Infanta Gonzales candles, and flowers, with
i CAREPARENT'S director of the Browns soft background music.
ville Day Care Center, wel- Nineteen of the thirty-
CLUB comed the guests and parents. seven families of the Browns
MEETINGThe Members of the staff were In- ville Day Care Center were
J 1w troduced. Bach teacher spokeon represented at this meeting.
Brownsville Day Care one phase of the day ore Congratulations on a fine beginning
Center held its first Parents' program. Miss Carolyn Bul- !
r Club meeting Wednesday, lock spoke on "Art Activi- Parents present included:
Aug. 24 at the Brownsville ties;'* Mrs. Mary Bain on Mmes. Annie Bones, Freddie
Neighborhood Center, 2741 "Developing Concepts;" and Bradley, Birdie Colebrook
I! NW 49th street. Mrs. Susan Logan on "Social Lois Curtis, Oralean Grayer,
ii Mrs. Ethel Grossman, Graces." Florence McCray, Merlice
EOPI Day Care Coordinator, Guest speaker of the evening Mintze, Ruby Neloms, Annie
was present. she was ac- was Mrs. Shirley Johnson, Nelson Sarah Duller, Eve-
companied by her daughter, of Project Head Start at Dun- lyn Roberts, Percell Snyder,
Mrs. Irving Abramowitz, a bar Elementary School. She Commodore Stewart, Dolores
member of the faculty of the was introduced by Mrs. Mary Stewart, Eva Lee Tookes,
graduate school of social Hill. Mrs. Johnson, spoke on Arabell Wallace, Oeraldine
work, Yeshiva University, "The 'Role of the Teacher- Woodard, and Willie Zellner;
New York City. Judge John Aide in the Classroom." Messrs. Percell Snyder,
Johnson,director of the neigh- After the meeting, re- Commodore stewart, and
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Rev J. B. Blacknell, pastor Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor
i Bert Cooper, reporter 3165 NW 56th Street Last Sunday services were Constance Carter, reporterA J
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor highly enjoyed by all. We
fashion show, "An
Willie J. Beard, were very happy to have our
Just in have forgotten reporterOn "
case you ex-presiding elder F. A. Evening With The Kids,
the kindergarten last Saturday morning, Allen worshi'4 with us who will be held Sunday, Sept. 11
opened on Sept. 6. For fur- our pastor left, enroutn to also delivered the morning at 3 p.m. at the Masonic
ther information calll OX Dallas, Texas, to attend the Temple, 1742 NW 3rd Ave.

NEW MT. MORIAH 14212If National Baptist Convention.Let message.The Trustee Auxiliarywill The fashions will feature GRACE
you have not noticed us pray God's richest 1966 children fashions
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor have a tea Sept. 11 at many PRESBYTERIAN
the plaques hanging on the blessings upon him and that from well known manufac-
Evelyn Souter, reporter the home of Mrs. Lillie Mae
walls in each entrance of the God will enable him
to return turers in Miami, along with 6895 NW 14th Avenue
tye had wonderful services back Woods, 1881 NW 56th St. This
and takea
church, please stop
soloists and orators. Won'tyou
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
Sunday, morning and evening, look. One lists the chano- In the absence of our pas- tea is benefit Women'sDay.The come and bring a friend?
with our pastor bringing Laymen will hold The sermon this Sunday
man of the calendar months. tor, our own ordained associate
both messages. Our pastor The other lists the queen of minister, Rev. L. J...their monthly meeting at rooming will be: "Faith is
really preached out of his the church 18 at 3 the substance." Bible back-
soul. Itwas like old times. the calendar month Club for Green, along with both.choirs p.m. CHAPELRev.
All members of the Gibbs SALTER'S for the is
had one added to our family,, and ushers boards were in message
and we quite a number of visitors 1965.Just in case you are interested charge. Club will please meet Sunday H. J. Benson, pastor Genesis 12 and Hebrews 11,
present. the month of August Since the women's Day Sept. 11 at the church at Flossie Marshall, reporterWe The Story of Abraham.

The No. 1 Choir will havea in its special effort raised was a success on last Fourth 5:30 p.m. Business of Im- looking forward to
musical program, Sept. 18that $1,079.44.You Sunday, the men are anxious I portance. are
3 p.m. You are invited. to begin working toward Remember the sick and a wonderful Woman's Day on After the service there
have asked for somr-
theirMen's and 'shut-ins and say a specialso the fourth Sunday in October. will be a congregational
Wo are still asking your: thins different and the Day : by doing : I. _
in ell
prayers for those in the armed on last Sunday morning prayer tor them. T h e, pastor "'" u rg g meeting, for too purpose o f
March-Ikes! have it. ds a
captains to do their best.
services, shut-ins and bereaved following services, Dea. setting up our nominating
families. .Visitors always -, Rummage Sale of furniture. Vandell Bovan and Bro. Edshoulders, but by the help of May success be ours on that committee for the election of
You need small item
may a 01 r
welcome.: ward O-odwin, were elected God, they vow to do theirbest day.Rev. officers, and for approvingthe
a large one. So come out on is asking
chairman and co-chairman this Men's of the
to make Day a great highlights coming
BETHLEHEMRev. Saturday on the church
each and every to
respectively, of our Third success. program year.
Oscar West, pastor grounds and set what you pay their budget of $2.00 by
Men's Day. They wish to watch for activities and
Gloria Howard need. Then go to the parish the Second Sunday. Mrs.
thank all of the members for further information concerning
hall and get your dinner from Barbara Began Pool is stillon This Sunday evening
a t
Sunday's services were at placing such a task upon their this.
their best. Our pastor for the the SeptemberItes.The the sick list. 7:30, we will have a candle-
Junior Stewards We are waiting to take a light Communion service,
day was Rev. Drain, an associate -
minister from Jordan Board of St. James will hold CHURCH OF THE INCARNATION tiny peek at the Under- planned by the Board of Dea-

Crove.*'Those Present were its regular monthly meetingin wood's new baby girl; she cons, with the pastor bringingthe
spiritually fed. the basement of the church is the grandaughter of Mrs. message.

As our pastor journey on Friday, Sept. 9 at 8 p.m. Ada Alexander.
his month-long vacation, the The chairman, Robert T. Don't forget the sick and Remember: You are always
members and friends all wish Seniors, requests each mem- shut-ins. welcome at Grace.Offering.
him an enjoyable vacation,ber to be present and on time.
and may God bless him as he .
journey on.&mday Miss Georgia Mahon requests -
is our Ushers An- that the acting chair-

niversary.Each man for the linen shower for
Monday night, our the Christian Hospital please
prayer band meets at the be ready to bring all linen you
church. is invited.
Everyone Sept. 11 from 3 to 6 p.m. at
Let us not forget our sick
and shut-ins. 1065 NW 52nd St., refresh- the finest
ments will be served.

All members of the Hospitality r ,ter'Above !
BROWNSVILLE Club are asked to

BAPTISTRev. meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in 'VlwiosV

Phillip H.Cooper,pastor 'the! parish hall. Miss Miriamis

Pauline R. Cooper, reporter [ president. :
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Fourth Sunday services BAHA'IS SPIRITUAL i I H

.a were high as usual with the ASSEMBLYMembers is a scene from public is invited; there is no r RG'NS
pastor preaching at each thisweek's movie "Stephen, admission charge. 'f'
service. A number of visitors of the Local First Christian Martyr," to be

were present one was Dea- Baha'i Spiritual Assembliesof shown this Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Also Sunday, at 5 p.m.,
con Holmes of Mt. Zion Baptist Miami, Miami Beach and at the Church of the Incarnation. the Sacred Hearts Chapter of I
Church who set the churchon North Dade, will attend a This is the first'episode the Episcopal Churchwomenwill

fire with his fervent prayer. state-wide conference at the of the Life of St. Paul series be hostesses at a Pre- ,

Holiday Inn in Fort Myers, produced by Cathedral Films, Autumn Tea at the home of Mr. OUR MANY SATISFIED' ]
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The public Js invited to This conference has been coming vear as the basis for NW 51st Street. Everyone is [' 'CUSTOMERS ARE ,
attend a Musical Tea Sunday called by the National Baha'i Sunday School discussion. The invited. "' .
Sept. 11, from 4 to 6 p.m. Goals Committee for consul- ,j.'
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Many outstanding musical
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Jolliette Club mem-
bers held its regular meeting
Aug. 27th at the home of Mrs. .
11' i salt Its f / Bessie Dennis, 16520 NW
YI 19th Ave. with its vice president :X
Mrs. Iris Colebrook, -i
officiating in absence of ,
tr Miss Cherry Ann Mills. The
most important business itemon ?
the agenda was plans for
finalizing their first casual
dance which was held on VL ( T'I f pll' _
Labor Day at the ContinentalClub
6000 NW 7th Ave.
The members were happyto
have Mrs. Betty Newboldand
sponsor Mrs. Cherry
Boyer, Mrs. Boyer gave them
some most inspiring words
advice. k IR
They were pleased to
have the 1966 recipient of
their annual scholarshipaward
Miss June Brownlee
visit with them. Miss Brown-

College is more play than study for lee will be attending the 1'Ww
attending Miami-Dade Junior College'siboratory Dade Junior College. Theyare
Nursery School. But even they find that life has its ups and downs. Mag certainly proud of her
this discovery in the above photo are Wally. Caldwell and Tina Hawkins and wish for her a most successful r

Jly Caldwell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Caldwell, 6051 NW 10th Ave. Tina school year.
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Hawkins, 2910 NW 135th Street. Connie Sanders, Reporter

I* RETAIN *** *- Laboratory -
Join theNAACP Miss Delores Jackson, is now working in the Dade
daughter of Mrs. Lucille County Public School system.
Swindle and Mr. Leander Miss Jackson celebrated her I
IL TI ii[ Nursery School Jackson of of Tuskegee Miami, a May Institute graduate 21st brithday on Wednesday.

*. At Dade JC

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The youngest students ate '.
:3i .. Miami-Dade Junior College
: iI this fall are age three. A
..* few others have advanced in
years to a mature four. k !
Ofri 4wa' ( They're the pre-pre-fresh-
men who attend the Laborator -
..( / Nursery School operated ,
+ K jty"It + by the Home Economics Department
ra on the M-DJC North
..t Campus.
The nursery program has a
..( two-fold purpose, according to
Home Economics Chairman
..( Josephine Lester'. "in addi-
tion to providing a preschool ADDIE'S ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON STAFF MEETS
( facility for the tots- Addle T. Wllliami, owner and manager of the "Addle1 Artistic Beauty
and their parents-it serves with her staff and
f Salon 1083 NW 54th Street holds an Important noting
as an observation center foe operators. It Is no wonder this hoppo offers the latest In fashion and styles
'I'4 f study of behavioral patterns for milady; the operators are always mooting and consulting ta keep abreastof
of children by students majoring -
the latest trends In their field.
t in psychology" nursing Recently added to the staff Is a full time "wig expert" Janet Moor., thus
and education she said.
making It more convenient for the servicing of wigs which Is the "go.go"
..g An observation booth
equipped v '\ a one-way today.All types of services needed to or maintain the beauty of women Is of.
window enables the studentsto ferred at this shoppe. High fashion and styles, permanents, hair tutting, and
SIDNEY M. see the children without just plain everyday basic hair styles for practicality.
being see., oy them. Shown In the picture L to R Addle R. Williams, Janet Moore, Wllhel-
Thv nursery still has mlna Farquharson and Rosa Lee Dickey.
openings for several more
children for the fall term,
Mrs. Lester said. Hours are
from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday,. from
now until Dec. 15. The All Kinds of PeopleBEAD
school is conducted child
I OF I JUVENILE COURT I development dy Sandercock.specialist Love-

Parents may obtain further
information by calling either 1F]
iC, Mrs. Lester or Miss Sander-

Presently Judge of Juvenile Court iC cock.
Former Deputy Commissioner, Florida Industrial r
Commission. *
Graduate U. of Miami Law School, 1954
Legal aide to Florida House of Representative *
Dad. delegation 1963 *
Employed Mechanic, Foreman, Attorney with
POD American World Airways 19 years -Ie S

Sunday School Superintendent, Riverside
Baptist Church Youth Dept ?
Vice Chairman Board of Deacons
Post Director U. of Miami Low Alumni ?

Association iC
Member Dade County Bar Association
32nd Degree Mason Past Master Coconut Grove -Ie tr:
Lodge .. Post District Deputy Grand Ma.ter. -Ie Naturally Health Normal flats
Optimist Club Sports Program 0' Sunllond Re- GROWS from the HAIR ROOTSin
creation Center 1966 Foot Ball Commiuloner. -Ie YOUR SCALP. The condition of
often heavily
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yourth. natural health of your
Judge WEAVER II 45, born In Jensen, Florida -Ie scalp; Years .go DOCTOR CAItNOT *
Invented e meditated tar
Married Wife Naomi, 3 children: Mark 77, formula called CARBONOXZtwhich
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Lake Worth High
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Heart, Air Medal with 3 c/ulters. ? DOCTORS retard It highlyand
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TIMES Friday, September_9, 1966 I
I YMCA'.I: .sFWProgrCarver r OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOG zrv. acr. {

.- :..,., -c'' :.. -Jt:!:.. i ,'!.. teen's *
Branch YMCA rie Davis Meek,Miami DadeJr. FM9 W Ir, 614?
will begin its regular program College-Slimnastlcs;Miss J
of after-school activity Cassandra Hanna, Dade potpourri ti
September 12. The activity County Teletype Operator-
this year will be given Mon. Music; Miss Hesterine Pitt-
FrL afternoon 12-7 P.M.and man, Dade County Public By Belhsheba E. DeanOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .
Saturday 9 AM-4PM. These School system-Ballet, and 1 ., t Navy, "
activities will be open to both Prof.llowardCarterM1amlDade
children and adults. The Jr. College-Speech and

theme for this year's pro Drama. This year accident rates have Increased greatly. The ; ; 1.1.c
will be "Culture Saturday will be %
gram activity persons involved In many of these accidents are young
Through Leisure Activities," open to children only, will people. The young people in most Instances are not the
and emphasis is being givento include Arts and Crafts Mu- drivers of automobiles involved in these accidents.: Yet
cultural activity. sic and Music Appreciation they are among the many persons seriously injured or k
Children afternoon activity Ballet Creative Dance, Children killed. These accidents usually occur because of reckless } .1 4
will be given from 12 N-6 Theatre Little League drivers or forgetful pedestrians.
PM, and will Include Arts Football and other sport act School Is now open. More young people will be seen
and Crafts, Dramatic Ex- ivities. In the streets. Therefore, it is vitally important that driversbe
pression, Creative Dance Ju- Registration will begin more observant and careful. Drivers are not always the
do and Fencing. Little Sept 8, 1966. Fee for children cause of accidents. Many times young people forget com-
League Football and other will be $4.00 member- pletely about the passing automobiles while other Ignore the
Sports activities. ship per year and for the traffic lights. A child anxious to get home or catch up witha
friend about the traffic and the street
may forget cross
Several Special Events Adults will be $10.00 May I
hurriedly. The driver is not charged for the accident in this
have been planned,these will encourage the participationof
case. However, if he was driving at a slow rate he could
Include week-end and child. As
Camp you your avoid a possible accident: When driving near schools it
Outs Music and Dance know the of this I
you is important to be careful at all times. Drive slow, to avoid M
Recitals and Children Thea- type of program depends in
hitting a child tarting across a street. So that drivers may
tre Presentation.An great part on the participation -
be aware that they are nearing a school the county has
excellent Staff has been of those who can benefit placed signs near these schools-
retained for this year's pro- most from it Please allow me Even though drivers may sometimes be In a hurryto
gram. Those Staff members to thank you In advance for meet a time schedule, it is still important that they slowdown
retained from our successful your cooperation.Our when coming near schools. Think of how late you !
'Summer Day Program will first week-end Camp would be for the important date if'you were involved
be Miss Amope Nze-Dance Out will be Sept 16-18 at in an accident Think of the problems you would encounterif I L
Miss June Brbwnless-AssL Camp Owalssa Baurer at someone was struck by your automobile while you : .
Dance, Mr. Leroy Daniels- Homestead, Fla. Those In- were trying to meet a schedule.
Arts and Crafts, Mr. Walter terested In sending their children Drivers are many times Innocent Sometimes others are Sandy J. Knowles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Mlt c h e Il-AssL Arts and will you please contact at fault. Remember everyone, both pedestrians and drivers, Knowles, 16431 NW 17th Ct has just returned from
Crafts, Mr. Billy HallJudoand Mrs. Laura G. Wright at the must play their parts in preventing accidents. All drivers, the Barbourville, Ky., Center for Education in De-
New Staff "Y". The number is 696- regardless to the warnings and signs, are not safe drivers;
Fencing. members mocracy, a trip she won for her volunteer Work' in the
will include Prof. Car- 0231 or call in person and, all pedestrians don't obey the rules and laws set up
for crossing the street. war on poverty. Sandy, now a student at Miami-Dade
When crossing the streets avoid crossing in between Junior College, hopes to become a teacher for re-
parked cars. You might be unaware that the driver is tarded and handicapped children, Now 19, she graduated -
getting ready to move. Cross at the lights. Be sure that from North Dade High School and tutored at West
Grand OpeningS/lE the light is on walk before crossing a street It is importantto
be alert at all times. Dunbar. Her father is a longshoreman. She has four
four brothers and four sisters.
still !II progress N rI .


new approach to treatment 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE

ICS .$2.4.95 ,'':..; : and Medication SCHOOL CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT

ARE AT $19.' 5CAl1 based on specialittd 3290 Nil 45 STREET LUNCHES
blood and l laboratorytesa. Mio.i, Florida PICK-UP SERVICE

Also general practice. Nvrsery & Kindergarten '
Licensed by Florida State REGISTER NOW
REG., $lt4 95'' ,IIGS" WelfareCoil 691-1796 OR 696-3802

., ,,(.,!.....')" "' M ''''..,.\ .+' ) d DR. H. 'HAAG
l','i I' -)Isf' '$49 ..IS 1l! l'il" ,,."""'rJ .M tic. PL 7-1234 634-3044 or Id:,. R. E. s.FBES1START p. ;
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?: Miss Veronica Crawford Is \
all smiles as she display
''JlsI': I$69 95 I"'i'i .':i the first $100 heck presents .... ; :; ;
:III to her by the Dade County ..
( -
'; .. .ARE AT:SI.. : PTA Council: for having U r) jt: :
.." been chosen the winner of the

HURRY FOR BEST COLOR SELECTION first council.scholarship given by the ), :? r: ;:.:-:-:-:-;-::-,'. ';i '

Miss Crawford is a graduateof : r.; 'IJ !' l I' !- ", : f\t. ':" "jt .
EXPERT WIG CLEANING CUTTING STYLING \ ,' I.'i! ... .. \\I\.n'rt"O t'h! ,;"
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business administration. I r ,', '' ', 'j)
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2380 W. Flagler Street
Call or write for { formation -
{ry ywi$ : 443-9741

h .., Morning Classes:
6011 NW 7th ML
r :k 9 a... to 12 p...

.Y { 7 to 10 p.*.

PhoM 754-9820 ctastts.it. Register aow for ROW

Stephen Day Care Center opens Sept. 6. Registration JMWi4c
PATRONIZE OUR now going on. There Is a great responsibility
in tMedina, bit with proper gvidanco and institution .
ADVERTISERSANNOUNCING your child can do as well as this little Hvo year NURSERY
aid whoso handwrfHig appear below.NI g! _


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4798 NW 8th Avenue Telephone: NE 4-4308

Tele: 758-1601

or 379-6166 Visit us or call for details

Ages 2 years to 5 years Mrs. I. 5. Jecf
Hot Unchostransportatio OwnerSupervisorJ6.JHEMJA

timely and dependable. St. SII.fatDay Car Center

Miss Dorothy Major 1781 NW 73rd Street

Soptrvisor Dependable service, trained teachers, balanced'leaches .
$."?. 7 and transportation. All for $6.00 Phonos t

696-3127 or 6244446.

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Mays Rams, under new head mentor Traz
lowell, are polishing up their grid plans for the seaJon's -
opener with the perenially strong Northwestern
lulls Saturday,night 8 p.m. at the Junior College Sta-

ium.The Mays Camp has shown several promising -
erformers who hope to improve on last season's 2-8 \ .,,
ord. One rain strength is at quarterback where Jack a
dams, Clarence Patterson and Jerome McDowellold
forth. Running backs Ronald McGregor and Julius
oole fullbacks "Bronco' Nelson and Al Clark and
hankers John Maddox and Otis Wright are the other 1
w 1 l. ,
7.. .
Crft+ K+ '
acks.The offensive line is anchored by Ron Thomas, r r u

arvin Woodard, Al Hanna and Charles Clarington.n .
defense the coaching staff will depend heavily 0 n
nus McGahee, Frank Page, Larry Qenn, Ed Gipson,
Ted Lyons and Alexander Bartlett.


New York Jets, who went through their ',. r
our-game pre-season schedule undefeated, will open
[heir 1966 regular schedule this Friday night againsthe
[ Miami Dolphins in Miami's Orange Bowl.
The game will be nationally televised in color
but blacked out in the Miami area.
Coach Weeb Ewbank said he would not name his
starting quarterback until late in the week or possiblyuntil
[ game time.
"Joe (Namath) is expected to be fully recovered
and ready to play,but Mike (Taliaferro) has been look-
ing extremely good. Whoever looks better in practicethis h
[ week will get the starting assignment," said ,
I Ewbank.
The big guns for the Jets offensively, besides
I Taliaferro, have been flanke. Don Maynard. rookie
(tight and Pete Lammons, and running backs Matt
I Snell, Bill Mathis and Emerson Boozer.
The Miami Dolphins will see a lot of these New 253-pound defensive end from Jackson State; Winston
Snell Mathis and Boozer almost
gained an equal
York Jets Friday night in the Orange Bowl when a Hill, 275-pound offensive tackle from Texas Southern.
I number of yards as they were interchanged in the crowd of 40,000 is expected to be on hand for the. Bottom row: Emerson Boozer, 215-pound half-
four games, Boozer and"Mathis_ each' gained 135 yards nationally televised game. back from Maryland State; Matt Snell, 220-pound full-
while Snell gained 124 and caught 11 passes for 40 Top row left to right are: Sherman Plunkett, back from Ohio State; and Jimm Harris, 280-pound
yards and one touchdown. 300-pound) tackle from Maryland State; Verlon Biggs, defensive tackle from Utah State.


Northwestern, Dillard and Blanche Ely will
I come the first Negro high schools to join the I
Coast conference when applications are accepted Saturday Tan Olbpics
at the conference's fall meeting at Miami i
Beach High School. This trio is part of seven new
members. The only drawback to a school's acceptancewill .
be its failure to comply with conference standards,I CABINS John Be
they agreed to the rules last spring when thev sub- .
|mitted their applications.The FOfcRENT 11iY

newcomers will have immediate voting pri- I ,
: 7fA
vileges, will draw up their first GCC football sche- NtiKri, 4
dules at the December meeting and be eligible for
championship competition in the fall of 1967.A .



Eddie Linder has a p, /:
hard time in finding op-'
ponents. His weight is a ; y
little handicap. Dan Lici- ?
tra a United States mailman J :
1 .MeMr
manages Eddie, but finds 7 -
it hard to get him some
( fights. Linder will fight
I lightweights if they want
( him to. Eddie has a re- r
markable record for a young-
ster. He has lost one bout ..Sris
of 25. That's going some. s:

No MosQunves J7110 SCUeNS,41le..ulr

1.-<> KEEP ltf'-PIe ptyw6 FISH/

St. Agnes KindergartenOPEN DtD SCOTC.t.

Hours 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Transportation, hot meals and trained per- VET TV Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-
sonnel. For formation, calf: bred Scotch drinker They've been smacking their
TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
NE 4-1910 OR NE 5-2307 old name lon the tip of everybody's tongue."Take
379-7735 peg o'Bea.It'a a wee bit better than the best,"say
Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 taste gentle and whose price is light .
M rtoor.wramo n tuna ML MCCUM I eo4 IKL..L Y..

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.g MIAMI TIMES, Friday. September 9., 1966

I FAMU Planning Gala Homecoming Weekend, For A&T Game .. KING SIZE BUYS .._

Tallahassee The theme playing the winning buildings and floats in the homecoming parade. A PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES t

for the 1966 homecoming festivities .. FROM $100 DOWNNOCLOSHQ t
at Florida A&M Uni- '
versity will ,be "FAMU Radi- WNDM A
ates Excellence." The alumni 1490,On Your Dial ,MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE 7 2320 NW 81 STREET A
i I. faculty staff studentsand BLANCHE GALLOWAY MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY + Custom-built beauty. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. Y.
friends of Florida A&M PRESENTS BUSINESS WITH YOU. 4 central beat, air condition. T
will celebrate three days of APPRECIATE DOING room, garage
merrymaking during the gala PROGRESS REPORT THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. + 1451 NW 88 STREET +

night weekend November beginning 3. Thursday 3 Times, Daily PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! + ? bedroom, screened porch, carport, large baa* t
8 a.mM 1:55 and iO p.m. A tiful lot. t

The A&T College Aggies A 2325 NW 89 STREET +
of North Carolina will be the
SECRET PRAYER J sprinklerappliances.
opponents of the FAMU Rattlers Lovely 2 bedroomcarport 4
in the grid classic in FORMULA CHART I BY OWNERBIG I Only $12,500. +
Bragg stadium at 2 p.m. Saturday Pschyo physical tempi of
Nov. ,. the Divine. Mother, Inc. secret BIG VALUE t 840 NW 85 STREET +
prayer formula chart. OR UNFURNISHED Lovely area, 2 bedroom, Fla room, appliances, ......
Events in the gay weekendwill My 'pray or t or. being sent out FURNISHED t air condition, carport. .
include the coronationof and blessings ore coming In. NEWLY PAINTED 4
Send for Free Dally Blessing. PRO-
fireworks fratemnl and social How to get what you want % INTE- 4 4
parties a victory ball, and through this now way of PERTY, FURN. $7,900 WITH 6 EXPERIENCE SERVE YOU. +
the decoration of buildings Prayer. Mall' .If.oddr..dl. DOWN. WALL TO WALL CAR- 4
envelop to Ry. C. Forster, REST. KHtQ REALTY IRC. OF MIAMI RBALT0R 4NN
and floats. Prizes will go to AFTER
organizations and clubs di. P. 0. Box 56, St. Albons, PETING. OPEN FOR INSPECTION 4
N. Y. 11412. 5 p.m. t. NW 7 AVE PL 1-9708 bt

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garage, appliances, washing machine. $12,500 FHA, $430 DOWN. $80.18 MO. 3 bedroom -
FHA. CBS with Fla room and huge screen THE FINEST PROPERTIES
porch. .I1us....................... .....................
'NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedroom, dining room front
porch, all fenced, appliances, $11,600. $87 1340 NW 88 ST. CENTRaL ,413!I COHDITION:
mo. pays all. $11,500 FHA. $365 DOWN. $83 MO. 3 bedroom
CBS with Fla room and fenced yard. 3 full bedrooms, 2 full tile baths. Truly different
2 BEDROOM. Beauty, tile roof, in design. Fully built kitchen with oven, range,
room, front enclosed porch. $10,500.$1,00down. $12,500. $tUU: DOWN. NO QUALI FYING.- Nearly hood fan and dish washer, oak floor, garage.
$75 mo. new CBS, entirely redecorated by the $22,500 with liberal terms. No qualifying.
3 bedroom 3 bath partly
2100 NW 68 ST. 2 HOUSES
furn. Fenced can be used as duplex.
835 NW 84 ST. Ranch Style. Nic CBS at
FHA terms. Carport. and lareg lot. Best Corner, 2 lots, $1,000 cash, down, no qualifying
LOVELY CORNER. 2 bedroom, large play room, area.ALLAPATTAH.. or red tape, $90 monthly balance $12,000 total.
large lot, $11,000. $250 down. $75 pays all.
CBS with Near 12th Ave. Buy direct
garage. both for .
2 BEDROOM. $8i3 00 total.Tile all.roof, dining room, and ,moVeln.;;,, large This family solid CBS duplex can be for 3 bedrooms,2 income.Terms arranged.you
utility room,'$60 mo. pays
2250 NW 81 TERR. NO QUALIFYING. $500 DO.
PASS BY. Then call. 1724 NW 93 St. 2 bedroom, Sharp CBS with carport, Fla room, fenced 5561 NW 9 AVENUE $11,900 TOTAL
are, kitchen, Fla room, garage, fenced. yard. CBS, 2 bedroom, oak floors, tile roof, $1 000
Tile roof, many extrgs. down, no qualifying red tape. Owner will bold
$11,000 FHA. $365 DOWN. $81 MONTH. CBSon first mortgage, $89 monthly.
WE HAVE MANY OTHERS huge secluded lot with lots of privacy.
2 baths, modem CBS, terms to be arranged.

I SHELL REALTY / REALTY, Inc. 111..1.11.1..1.11.1..1.11"11..1..1..1.1CHS.

S. FMIIM Realtor
4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551. 1094 NW 54th St. 754-3589 ,

6016 NW 7 AVE. 7517511Buy

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: 2156 NW 41
TERR. Pay $25 week. Brand new
3 bedroom home.

I AT /, -\ Delivered to Your Home 1923 NW 88 TERRACE! $200 down, $61 .o.th

8458 NW 14
AVENUE CBSd.luS250 down.
Live rent free. Rent out other side.
,,, 11310 HI 33 COURT $500 down, 3 bedrooms,
+71 pool & patio, some furniture.

/3 ii 'mw. 1931 NW 86 STREET $200 down, $(4 month, 2
bedroom CBS home
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 9, 1966 IV'I

Experienced beauty operator.

I Simmons House of Beauty; YOUR BEST FRIEND

S8BRW mo 6500 NW 15th Ave. 691-9543. .

ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Experienced kindergarten teacher Maty b.apwi.ne.d tri..l.r.,ADM
fMlilUf ttut MCIdll* wanted. Phone 621-7381. .,.... .p- DO NOT Tr...l .......ua .rc paM in
SALE FOR CHARGE .. public foe commb". br -.-... .1r!
FOR SALE FOR SALE dI.... ud ..*...... MrvitM sad iw m Mp li ... T tsar
JuanitaS Kindergarten pick hit I. rc.tv* lli- rea.y (..* perution prkw MW dfr.
Seller pays Closing 4 Bedroom 2 Baths 3 Bedrooms up and deliver service. For .. .dr.ngss which could PIT eh. .. .. :r aw.tb.
Total: $15,000. FHA. $450 (..... ........ .... m* lie idlmcd M by all cnriw
Costs Conveniently located, perfectfor down. $106 a month pays all. information call OX 1-2350. .f ......' IUMW .*...' and their r.-.......

Lovely comer, CBS carport, large family, only $400 935 NW 84th Terrace.
screened front porch, down, $13,000 total. Will keep children five daysa
large This tremendous Fla room, 3 THE NEXT TIME YOU TAKE A TRIP-
week on home. Call 635-
wall carpeting
wall to awn- lovely home has excellent bedrooms, 1 bath.
ings, drapes. A bargain at floor plans, large living room, painted inside and out.Freshly Open 6602 in the evenings. -For Builntu or Vacation consult

$11,700 with $400 down separate dining room with Sunday from 3 to 6. Call any.
(Vets $100 down) $75.86 mo. carpet, large rear fenced yard time. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Barber. Apply Sunset Barber NORTH'STRAVEL
I and seller will pay yourclo- with nice Bar-B-Q, and shuffle 751-2243' Shop. 6905 NW 15th Ave.

sing costs. Life Realty, board. Truly an excellent -
I I Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. value. Kaiser &: Lee Realtors, CBS Beauty Beauty operator. Phone 374- ,

PL 94371. Open eves, Sun. PL 7-4588. 845 NW 84th St. Total price: 8117.
1104 NW IN AVENUE FR 9-8451

"Seller"Pays Closing Costs Special Special Special month$12,500.pays$400 all.down.Fully$87 car-per Secretaries and Typists. Must

Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Beautiful 2 bedroom, 1 bath, peted, stove and refrigerator. have top skills, be 'accurateand

CBS,nicely landscaped comer carport, CBS closed front Very large, modem Fla room fast. Excellent salaries,

( fenced yard. Fla room, tile porch, screened rear porch. Open Sunday 3 to 6. Call promotions, benefits. Send

roof, awnings, fire place, patio New windows, new awnings, A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751- resume to Box No. 20, The OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
close-in, by shopping roof excellent, newly painted, 2243. Miami Times, 6740 NW 15th

school, bus. A very good new hot water heater,separate Avenue.

!buy at $15,500 with$500 down. utility bldg. Beautiful lawn 8740 NW 15th Avenue
$100 mo. Life Realty, Broker and shrubs.' Widow must sell FHA. $12,300. $400 down. MALE LABORERS BRING RESULTS
Stresscon Inte.Uonal Inc.
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. One first mortgage at 6% ba- $86 month pays all. Two has immediate for
Open eves. Sundays. lance approx. $4850 at $62 bedroom, CBS, plus small laborers. Pre-cast concrete

--Seller--Pays-Closing Costs insurance.per month. Includes taxes and call Fla. anytime.room, Drive Open by Sunday, then operation apply 1000 NW 57th [ .....................HIM

Bunche Park. 2500 NW 160thSt. Need cash above first mor. from 3 to 6.A. Ben-Kori, Real St.
Like New 3 bedroom CBS. tgage, wonderful opportunity tor, 751-2243. ---
large fenced yards, awnings for someone. Located on Girls and women with good Let Your Boy

windows, awnings, freshly NW 42nd St.Near expressway. Fenced. 4 bedroom, 2 bath. figures. Become pin-up mo-

painted inside and out. Our Schools and buses, shopping.You 15611 NE 15th Ct. Free furni- cels.No experience necessary. _
best buy at $9,500 with $300do must see this. First ture, big Fla room, awnings, $5.00 per hour and up. Write, "
tvets $100 down). $57.541! time offered. $390 handles, no closing. details and an appoint- OPERATE EOS
Key at Life Realty, Broker Broker Martin M. Ber- owner 373-3304. ment. J. Rogers, Box 45
ney, 6246983. Shenandoah Station Miami I r r"fOWNBUSINESS
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. ,
Open eves. Sundays. Move right .in. Mar 3f h..l.and a Lease or sale. Ideal for

Tape buses.' 3 bedroom, 1 bath: doctor, dentist, attorney CHILDCARE If'LHI ar
No Red Move In many others. 2260 NW 62ndSt.
CBS like
new I will keep trained children
2 bedroom, CBS, right by Eves. 688-4825. Sep.30
fence and
Jackson High School, near awnings. Low down ---- from 2-5. If your children are con get startedfor
payment. See at 1865 NW of school age, I will keep
bus, shopping, schools. Enclosed -
69th Ter. No qualifying. Mar- FOR RENT them after school too. Children -
front and back porches, oily
tin M. Berney, Broker, 624- will get hot meals and
modem kitchen, colored bath 6983. 1823 NW 37th St. Duplex. 1
room fixtures, large 2 door large bedroom apt. furn. $22 good care. Don't let your

refrig., stove, some furniture. week or $75 mo. adults only, children wander in the streets
Large yard with truit trees. A Beautiful Arcola Lake no pets. FR 3-3175. Eves: afterschoollet me keep them. 11& A "
$700 t tIN
wonderful bargain with $500 Down NE 4-0942. Mothers, please see me now. StIt e Ism nc i
Exceptional 2 bedroom
down and $75 mo. pays all. CBS, Call FR 1-9253 before 9 p.m.
Fla room, overlooking or come to 355 NW 11th St.
Key at Life Realty, Broker, Room a quiet home, man
4932 NW PL 9-4371. lake Large landscaped lot. Apt. 3. Louise S. Gillard. S-16
7th.Ave. only. $10. Mrs. Badger PL
Open eves. Sundays. 8-4925.
Realtors, PL 7-5488. Barber at 5681 NW 17th
----- Ave. ITS EASY! irS FUN!
Seller pays Closing costs Split Level $20 per week. 5 room unfum. earn salary from $90 to $100
Lovely 3 bedroom CBS in 6738 NW 23rd Place. per week. Lady Knight Barber Here's how
Cravera Lake Estate shop ,... .
finest neighborhood, huge Y. s ep.9,., "

Flarroom, tile roof,' jalousie fum.Completely 3 bedroom-".and, 2 bath tastefully, with Fum. 1 bed. apt. 1221 NW MISCELLANEOUSWhen First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Tims for
windows, very large doublelot 33rd St. Call 633-7001. Call
nicely landscaped with large Fla room and oversize evenings. Adults only. your Sept. tank and drain 99,. Sell them for 15? a piece. You make 66*
central heat and 3 air
Sprinkler system, hedges. A conds.garage,well, pump and sprink begin to give you trouble, profit. With this profit plus your original/ 99, Investment *
very good buy at $15,500 with Nicley furn. room with modem don't fuss or curse, call us.
I ler system for the care of a 22 Miami Times.
$500 down, $93.81 month and bath. Also kitchen fa- Chapman or Washington NW you buy more Repeat

Keys at Life Realty, .Broker, beautiful landscaped lot with cilities. Man preferred. Call section. Call NE 5-9089 ask this process until you are selling 50 or more
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. relaxing patiobuilt-in Bar-fl- 7541452. for Washington. SW section,
-------- Que. Near school, shopping call CA 1-2458 ask for Chap- I papers. When you are selling 50 Miami Times

1411 NW 88th St. and all transportation. Call Newly painted 1 bedroom, man. you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week.

Lovely CBS on nice street in Mitizi at Kaiser &: Lee Real- CBS duplex, nice yard, $22

best neighborhood, Tile roof, tors, PL 74588.Professional week. Call 226-2429. Dixie WMBM

carport, Fla room, largefenced ---- Rental Agency. 1490 On Your Dial CALL, WRITE OR VISIT OUR OFFICE
yard, appliances. Please see car waxing ma-
as this lovely home is well chine and supplies plus '56 528 NW 47th St. 1 large bed- BLANCHE CALLOWAY 6740 N.W. I5TH AVE. OX 1-0421 j
worth the $12,500 with $400 Will PRESENTS
Ford Station Wagon. room apt nicely (urn. air-
down (vets $100 down) and train, $500, Call Rev. W. cond. $85 month. 757-0177. PROGRESS REPORT .....................Hnm

$75 mo. Ksv at Life Realty .t/la-n.......v...,. .<.!........',_h., nv....a .1-4AQV-.-, -
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL. Furn. 1 bedroom apt. 775 NW 3 Times Daily

9-4371. Open sundays, eves.I Sofa bed, electric stove, new 69th St. Free water and I 8 a.m., 1:55 and 10 p.m. I

3 compartment dish sink,I electricity, adults only.
Home, NW. Owner. 2 bedroom,, large ice box, 7:30 a.m. 5 to -- EDISON Specials
dining room, Fla room, awn-
ings, double garage, inspec- 11p.m. PL 47671. 2 bedroom house. 1 bath, un- ATTENTION!
--- fum. 759-0977.
tion invited.
For appointment For sale half price. Duplex, Evening classes ore now

call) 7576507. Badly damaged inside by te> Room in home. Prefer gentleman forming for horn old, all OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

nants. Call eves. 688-5825. 633-0604, or 758-9717. 0955. For information call
Waterfront 151 NW 48 STREET
Sep.30 I PL 9-6360, after 3 p."".
1041 NW 87th Street Fum. rooms. Men preferred. Large 3 bedroom CBS hone, jolouist porch, 2

Custom-built. Exceptionally Carver Ranches. Large resi 1430 NW 68th Street. car garage, extra large rooms, plus 1 bedroom

bath designed with 3 bedroom, 2 dential lot, 1910 SW 48th Ave. $350 DOWNNO garage apt. Fine for large family. A-1 condition.
Fla tremendous screened Convenient terms. Apt. NW 1, 2, 3, bedrooms. QUALIFYINGNO $16,000 total. FHA terms. No closing cost.
room over looking
$17-30 weekly. Dixie Rental
Ft. Lauderdale duplex CLOSING COST
price only 633-2429.
$23.000' 50x104. 14th Ct. between Agency, 1450 NW 89
good terms arranged. Lovely home plus income.You STREET

John A. Pirie on premises. 27th. &Lauderdale 29th Avenues.Ft. -. Apt. lot, Adults only. Lovely turn. can live her for only 3 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, dining room, carport. $350

Kaiser &: 'Lee Realtors, PL 50x114, 8th Stl between NW'efficiency.I 5547 NW 6th $35 per month. Good Allo- down, FHA terms.
PI. $20 per.week. Call any pottah location.
21 &: 22nd Ave. .....
time. Open Sunday 3 to

The total
$250 down.no closing coft.
ruly only a lovely$12,500.home This in very is Cool Man Cool. Lake front. --- Low monthly payment. FHA 1. Near EdI. High. 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, $255
!convenient location. Separate $450 down. FHA. $108 per Nicesmall 2 br. duplex. 19.50 One mortgage. CBS beauty. down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot.

dining screened month pays all. Spacious 2 Nice: small 2 br. duplex. $20.00 ALLAPATTAH REALTY 2. No Low
room, qualifying. down payment. Lovely' home
Nice: 2 br duplex. Part. Fum. ,
Porch bedroom, lots of closetspace, 3517 NW 17th Avenue
awnings, fenced yard $21.00 fenced yard, patio, well pump, sprinkler, Fla
and other carport, sprinkler system 6330..21EARN
extras, hardwood Nice 2 br. house. Part. fum. FHA already placed.
floors, tile roof. Kaiser & screened patio. Total price $22.00 room, mortgage, County taxes

lee Realtors, PL 7-5488. $15,000, call Margie to see. Nice 1 br. duplex. 19.00

$400 Carr Realty, Realtor, 1585 NE I 3. No Qualifying, CBS home, tile roof, tile kitchen,
Down 1 br. CDS
$75.67 Mo. 103rd S eet. 758-7626. apt.
bedrooms, large carport, Small eff. apt. 12.00 EXTRA MONEYTo reverse cycle air conditioner, drapes, wall to

ear school and all trans- 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 2103 NW ]LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY lI.y. boat wall carpet.Only $9,500 total. Low down payment.WE .

lation. Kaiser &: Lee Real- 83rd St. Beautiful home on 2020 NW 62nd Street To start children's taV '"........................

ors.-PL 7-5488. large corner lot, city water, Call 633-7809 cation hind HAVE MANY HOMES ANDDUPLEXESFHATERMS
and $75 mo.
$650 per
!lurry -week To pay off debts OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
Lucky you. Buu- Total $8,900, no $ 6 room unfum.
Iful' 6 room house take over Brooks, Inc. 14537 NW frame 2229 NW 60th Street. Or even start a lavlnglacco..t CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

>arty w mortgage where the other 7th Ave. 688-6638. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
left. Must be kind $16 per week. 6 room unfurn. Drive a cab full or part DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
"orking family. See you Sun- 6400 SW 62nd Ct. South ,frame. 3380 NW 52nd street. tine. Interesting work a.y" .
ay 3 to 6, $295 down, first Miami Special. $350 down. -- people
one first get. 1513 NE $69 month, CBS, 2 bedroom, MISCELLANEOUSSigns constantly are meeting!! new EDISON REALTY Realtors

S2nd St., N. MIami. Call Fla room, carport, fenced, of all kinds, wall, ,
32-4160. lots of extras. Clean as a ; ZIB LE R TAXI
windows truck lettering original
05- pen, hurry on this. Mrs. Mar- oil paintingsreasonable.Vic 1025 W. Flagler Street 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512441I
&: 911 NW 44th St. 2 new vin. Nites and Sun. 235-2748. !! Lewis Signs, 5673 NW 'Indef

Ones p 1GGrt! 1 mortgage only. Call I Greater Miami Realtor, ID 7th Ave. 754-3762. Sep. 16


20 MIAMI TIMES., Friday.. September 9. 1966

""'""\ .. TI'W!: West Barbers

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Blow Peace Corps Project

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: /:. ,'" The state field directorof Vaughn dlrcclorof Peace Key West extends the hand
J' .' the Florida NAACP ap- Corps. friendship to visitors only
: / pealed to Washington officials "We called on Gov. Hay- if they are white." He threat
.. Monday to resolve a don Burns Thursday to do ened to pull the Peace Corpsout
",", racial situation at Key West something," Davies said, of Key West where 300
i', or pull the Peace Corps out "and he sent a representative volunteers are preparing to
.f. of that area. to a meeting with the go to Micronesia a groupof
The situation developedafter Chamber of Commerce and Islands east of the Philip-
I t!"j ,, four Micronesians were others, but the differenceswere pines.
'refused service at barber not resolved.
1. shops. John McColgan dI- "We have asked Wilkins
.:!i: rector of the Peace Corps project and Vaughn to clear thingsup TELL OURADVERTISERS
at Key West, said the or more that project out
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."I four were high officials of Florida."
,}.. and Influential citizens of MI. McColgan said discriminatory YOU SAW IT IN THE
,,' ., cronesla." practices against the TIMES'dSBWSfl'v
we' iiL The NAACP official, Micronesians "imply that
Marvin Davies, of Tampa
ii it ::4t said he addressed telegramsto ......, .
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PL-J 2J Roger of the W.U.S.Wilkins Community, director R ed '" 44 matt. :Speda/s//: /: //

1oIoIII.j'iV....... .4.'d .w.;,.._wYN._. 4k._ _,...,., ... t b .....'11I'n. Relations Service,. and Jack 1 ;' ,: .t':.. r" It.'. 'j Ii''

Larry Little, a 6'1", 258 pound tackle of Miami 299 NW 40 STREET
and the 1966 Captain of the Bethune-Cookman College AUTO INSURANCE
Wildcats is shown perfecting block techniques on the Huge corner, all CBS, separate garage, oak
diode mar new, lower rates ad easy r. q
first day of grid drills in Oaytona Beach. The senior floors, fire place, FHA value 11600.
linesman is being scouted by several professional IMMEDIATE SRitt HUNG SELLER PAYS CLOSING COSTS. $350
ganizations. or- Bri ( this ad to our attics and nceiYe a ,... sift
down. $82.97 monthly. This will fast.
D. Goodman and Son, Inc. go
"Insurance, Real. Ertat, Morton" See right now, be firstlll!!!

War On Poverty Opens BtuhkeM member An People DMMtiretic. CWk
I 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 2280 NW 103 STREET

Opa-locka Center CBS, 3 bedroom, tile roof, awnings, carport,

The Economic Opportunity graduate of St. Augustine's I FHA value $13,000. No closing l i costs.

Program, Inc., the agency College locka. and resident of Opa-I Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE $84.59 monthly, only $400 down. If you want
that fights the war on poverty
in Dado County has opened Joel Nesbitt, who servedas the best, don't miss this one.

its seventh NeighborhoodCenter job specialist at the 1 "MR. JACK- .. ..
EOPI's Liberty City Center FOB r' : '
Located at 2338 Ali Baba will serve as assistant die j STYLES FOR ALL AGES TIE" "I'Y : .1.
Ave., Opa-locka, the Center rector. He also lives in the ,I The Very UW r b ....'* Fashions I 1:II
will serve Opa-locka, Carol Opa-locka area. SILK MOllXlH"'SUITS HATS BROKER
City. North Miami and adjacent In addition, three counselors I ITALIANSHOE ,, ,"'f I... J") .u Y1!> ::7, :",, "" ''' "" ;.;:,.....: ,,., l JI
areas. Sarah Kelly, Herbert I 94TNW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida 111.1IIII:)" ;, :IiI\i\ 1 1.7\ 7 "5724
It will be Rhodes and Donald Irvin,
under the direc- "
tion of Nathaniel Perkins, were recruited fro the Center I s ',,,,_,1'.'",'"\\0' "/...!,,,.......,..III.";. :,.'"'" 4;,.!.'t."..n." ..', Off. ,.'" 1'I.-: !! .".",,-__
from that neighborhood. -" -
23-year-old social worker,

Rev. A. H. Easix, pastor
w Thank God for his holy
41 ghost in service Sunday. We
were all filled with God's holy
ghost. Our pastor deliveredtwo
soul stirring sermons.
God blessed us with one
new member.
Tuesday night after the
2nd Sunday, we will render
service at Greater New Bethel
Baptist Church, Opa-locka.
You are cordially invited 6413 TAn ST. I WW.4tifcit.5757N.W.27thAVE.. I$1)op PERRINE NTfI *43IMUcrriitc .
worship with
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