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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Vol. 44, No. 3 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16,, 1966 20 PACES 15< ti tib tirv
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unregistered voters on the 5148 N.W. 17 Avenue
'n. books before the big November 14638 Lincoln Boulevard :
\ d election will be kicked off Central Life Insurance Co.
178 N.W. 14 Street
Monday when the registration (,
books will be broughtout Office Of The E.O.P.L Office of E.O.P.I.
R intothe convenient neighborhood Coconut Grove 422 S. W. 11 Avenue 'I'I

T locations.All 3743 Grand Avenue HomesteadFree ;,

local civic, fraternal, South Miami Fire Station y
social and church groups are 6130 Sunset Drive transportation fiJI I
.. being urged to take an active these registration Is provided. "
part in actively involving Community Action Fund For a free ride call eitherof
their membership in this all- 17430: S.Dixie Hwy. the following numbers:
out effort to swell the voter Perrlne 681-4683, 696-4350, 757-'

".. .. rolls in Dade county. Bi-Lo Supermarket 5165, 374-8563, 634-4965,
.:. The books will remain in 21657 S. Dixie Hwy. 754-4541, 445-5388, 374-
,, { the neighborhood locationsfor GouldsA 8595.on .

.......... two weeks Sept. 19
through Oct. 1.Any qualified

person can register Monday,
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Wednesday, J<'ridayand Saturday -
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
,On Tuesday and Thurdaythe
NNPA President Frank Stanley and Vice President Garth C. Reeves greet books will be open from + 4

Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey. as he arrives at International in Washingtonto 9 B.rn. to 9 p.m.Registration.
meet publishers., books have
been placed in the following
locations: waitress in a 15th Ave. the opposite side of the i
Publishers Meet With Vice President Church of beer and wine place shotand street from the place where '
First Baptist killed her boyfriend In a she worked. They said shej*. "'
B unche Park
t At the request of Vice President Hubert Humphrey, the 15700 N.W, 22 Avenue neighboring tavern Sunday followed him Into the FounV"
.... Board of Directors of the National Newspaper Publishers : afternoon. in Liberty City. talnblue Patio, 6804 NW *j
11. Association met at Washington, D.C. on7rfd September; James' E. Community The dead man Is Harold 15th Ave. Carswell was talking ,,
9 for the purpose of receiving first hand Information on the Center Carswell' 38, of 6815 NW to a male friend when
po. functions of the various departments of the U.S. Govern 7200 N.W. 22 Avenue 15th Ave., shot once in the she drew a gun from her ,.j/
ment. The Vice President hosted the group at Breakfast Liberty Square CommunityCenter head and shoulder with a.22 purse and fired. ;
y r Friday morning and detailed plans for the War on Povertyand calibre pistol Friends of the couple said r
other matters vital to the American economy. 6304 N.W. 14 Avenue Police charged Annie Mae Carswell had inflicted a severe I
NNPA President Frank L. Stanley, publisher of the Crawford, 40, of 6817 NW beating on the Crawford '
Louisville Defender of Louisville, Ky., presided at the meet Shell's City 15th Ave. with first degree woman three weeks earlier, ,"
ing of the 11 directors of the association present. At the 5941 N.W. 7 Avenue murder. and had fled to Georgia to .
CHICAGO-Sen. Paul H conclusion of the sessions the board issued a statementin Neal's Super Market Witnesses said thewomenhad escape her wrath.
Douglas (D., ilL) said Sun. regard to the need for the continuance of the war on 4825 N.W. 27 Avenue seen Carswell passing He returned too early.
day the Post Office Depart poverty and the Civil Rights Bills now In the Congress.
ment has approved the appointment ,Delegations from he group called upon key Senators in {
of Henry W. McGee 'bm alf of the bill. 'I
as acting postmaster. In attendance at the sessions were: Mr.StanleyGarth; C. ,, To
New Breakdown
McGee will be Chicago'sfirst !,{Reeves, Miami, Fla.; Harry Alexander, Cleveland, Ohio; Agency ;
Negro postmaster. John H. Murphy, Baltimore, Md.; Kenneth Culter, Mil-
Douglas said he also has waukee, Wise.; E. Washington Rhodes, Philadelphia, pa.;
recommended McGee for the Thomas W. Young, Norfolk, Va.; Edwin W. Sexton, Wit-
permanent appointment. chita, Kans.; Lucille Bluford, Kansas City, Mo.; Carlton Residential Ghettos Here
McGee, a postal employefor B. Goodlett, San Francisco, Calif., and Frank W. Mitchell,
37 years, is personnel St. Louis Mo. -
director of the Chicago region The Vice President stated that this would be the first of The Fair Housing Agencyis pledged to break down the "about 95 per cent" of Ne-
which includes: Illinois several such meetings with the group tobetteracquaint them Dade's newest community county's residential ghetto groes applying for low-cost
and Michigan. with the functioning of the'federal government. action organization, and has patterns.The public housing select projectsin
endorsement of the traditionally Negro sec
program was passed unanimously tions.
by the board of The view was disputed by
I Carmichael Indicted On Riot Charges directors of the Economic EOPI board member
Opportunity Program, Inc. Blanche Calloway and other
of Dade. The EOPI also Negro members of the
ATLANTA,Ga. Stokely Slaton said that Grand Jury Atlanta's Chapter of SNCC, were Indicated onriotchares. pledged its cooperation and board.
Carmichael, national chair lacked the evidence to make had this bond lowered from Maximum sentence for a assistance and offered the use An EOPI board member
man of the Student Nonviolent the "incite to insurrect" $5,000 to $1,000 as did misdemeanor is $IOOOand of its staff services to the Fair then observed that "in the
Coordinating Committee, charge stick. Bobby V. Walton.They also 12 months in j jail. Housing Agency. year 1966, we as a community
was indicted Tuesday by aFulton Under the misdemeanor Only opposition to the cannot set up
County Grand Juryon charge, Carmichael's bond move came from Martin segregated development"and
riot charges. was lowered from $10,000to 700 Freshmen Fine, an EOPI board member uged approval of Fer-
Carmichael, an advocate $1,000. and chairman of the Miami die's motion to endorse the
of "black power" had been Housing Authority. Fine agency's principles. -r
bound over by a city judgeon Carmichael was arrested Enroll" At fAMU said the Fair Housing A- A request for EOPI support
a charge to "incite to in- after last week's riot in a gency's goals may be Inconsistent of the agency's program
surrect," a felony, but the predominantly Negro sec TALLAHASSEE Dr. by the walls of segregations, with EOPI aims. came from Dr.Joseph Narot,
jury reduced the charge to a tion in which 15 personswere George W. Gore Jr., pres- but today you must be able Fine said he was"absolu chairman of the Community
misdemeanor. injured and 72 arrested. ident of Florida A& M University to compete. You must havea tely in favor of the principleof Relations Board and an
Solicitor General Lewis William Ware, head of greeted nearly 1,100 good record. Now is the open occupancy."butspe- EOPI board member.
new students at FloridaA time to get started onwriting culated that an EOPI-hous- He also urged EOPI to
& M last week. Some 700 a good record."Education. Ing agency alliance might permit the agency, which
In of the new students were tend to create a situation in includes representatives of a
White Man Charged is a part of
I freshmen.The all you have met and all you which "public housingcouldcome score of community agencies,
FAMU president to a standstill"Fine to use the EOPI neighborhood
will meet. We are hoping to
Slaying Of Atlanta Teenager and traced pointed the history out some of A of&the M make availabletoyouawide commented that centers.
variety of opportunities and
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Atlanta authorities charged Ruth James, 34, the defendant' achievements of the alumni.He you will be cheating your- Rockwell Blames Jews I
white man wife bound told the group thatFAMU self if dont' take advantage
a 42-year-old was over you --- - -
with murder in connectionwith to the Grand Jury as a material Is training people of these opportunities. It American Nazi leader Rockwell said.Rockwell .
the death of a Negro witness and held on a for tomorrow and the standards is up to you to use them George Lincoln Rockwell said he will be
teenager which triggeredthree $2,000 bond. are going up each year. wisely. Sunday vowed to lead a tried today on the charge -
nights of rioting. "Never before have we" "College is not expected march Sept J 8 into a Jewish unlawfully soliciting fundsin
Supt of Detectives Clinton The arrests were the lat- had somanyopportunities, do the impossible. It only improves neighborhood In retaliation a public park. Rockwell.'
Chafin said William est developments in three he said. "The opportunitiesare on what you have for his arrest Saturday the was freed on $500 bond Saturday
I lay good James was bound nights of violence punctuated unlimited but you must brought here. College is a start of a march into a Negro night about 30 min-
over to the Grand Jury by with shooting, fire bombs qualify and it is becomingmore challenge, an opportunity for neighborhood."The utes after the scheduled start
City Judge T. C. Little and and huddles between white difficult to qualifyeachyear. you to learn. In the final source of my difficulties of a"Hatenancy white power
held without bond. and Negro leaders seeking analysis, what you do at Is actually not theN rally In the Chicago. Co-
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THE MIAMI I TIMES. Friday, September 16, 1966 3 J


Publishers Lobby For Civil Rights And 7,000 Expected At Statewide 1


I Registration Rally


Anti-Poverty Program In WashingtonFrank GAINESVILLE Some from statewide organizations,
7.000 persons from all partsof community leaders and others
Florida will participate in will precede the opening of
L. Stanley, presI- i the first Annual Mass Rally this mass rally.
dent of the
National News-
for the statewide voter registration -
paper Publisher Association drive to be held at "The purpose of the mass
,. issued a call on be- 10:30: a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, rally is a cooperative effortsto
half of his Board of at the Tinker Baseball Stadium make it commensurate with
Directors at the,'end of a Orlando.In the political maturity of the
one-day meeting In Wash- making the announce- Florida Negro vote and to demonstrate
ington Friday for the enact- ment, L. V. Davis, president, our political
ment of the Civil Rights Bill Florida\Voters League, saida strength," League President
now pending before the U.S. motorcade of delegates Davis said.
Senate and continuation of
the Anti-Poverty Program.
In a statement Issued at the
dose of a full-day's session M AUTO INSURANCE
with Vice President
Humphrey -
Check our MW, lower rate and easy financing
Sargent Shriver and oth-
er officials of the Office of IMMEDIATE SRU FILING
Economic Opportunity anda I Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift '

luncheon session at the D. Goodman and Son, Inc.
United States Senate, Stan- '
lev said: "Insurance, Real, Estate, Mortgage" d
"There are many issues Business member AH People Democratic Club
confronting our country to- 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380

day. At the moment, we are
greatly concerned with the
needless delay of action on 4'
the 1966 Civil Rights Bill GUMOURIZr
in the United States Senate :;

and the failure of the Houseof ..- _w- _... -__, _.... ....,... ,aYa.ar. ,.., .
Representatives to act Vice President Hubert Humphrey Breakfasts With Publishers
forthwith financing on the authorizing Anti-Poverty and I. WIGSIII! !

"NNPA fully supports the breadfasted with the NNPA ment; Job Corp. by David
Program. right of every citizen to protest Directors and initiated a continuing Gottlled, special assistant to -00
"We feel that efforts to against racial Injuries.Use governmental affairs the director. Other specific $69
date are an important beginning of the ballot, the courts program. At the Philadel- programs under discussionwere
on the war on pov- and every other lawful meth- phia June Convention of Head Start, Legal Ser-
erty and we urge Congressto od of affecting social change NNPA, the VIce-President vices, Project Upward-
immediately enact legis- constitutes the essence of lation that will assure continuance democratic system. named by the associationto (Adult Education).
of and broaden the "However, NNPA rejectsthe work with his office. The At the luncheon meeting
Poverty Program. use of violence to initial program centered,a- held in the U.S. Senate, $ per week
redress our grievances justas round the Office of Econ- NNPA conferred with 100, %
"Failure of the Senate to it rejects violence to thwart omic Opportunity. selected party Senate lead- IMPORTED HUMAN HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY
stop the filibuster blockingthe our demands. Those who ers who favor both, cloture
Civil Rights Act of 1966 preach violence play into the NNPA was briefly on and passage of the 1966 Free At Ho. Stroke
will result In the ultimate defeat hands of our enemies and Community Action Programs Civil Rights BILL Efforts to Shop .
of this needed legisation. give support to bigoted by Theodore Berry, meet with minority party
Influential party leaders of forces in our society. director of C.A.P.; on Neigh- leader, Senator Everett Dirk- __CALL, ._,. _
Congress aresuggestlngthatcontinuing "Failure of the Senate to borhood Youth Corps by sen, failed because of his un-
racial disorders enact the 1966 Civil Rights Jack Howard director; availability.The PRIMA-DONHA' '
accompanied by the nebul- Bill will serve only to In- Manpower Development publishers plannedan I
ous concept of'black-power' crease the frustrations whichare Training Act and Apprentice all-out attack on the Inaction
., which has created an the root of current racial Training by Sam Ganz, of the House,the AntiPoverty 945-4526 :
unfavorable mood in Con- disorders." depute of Manpower. Ad- authorization and
gress. Vice President Humphrey ministrator of Labor Depart- funds as well as the Senate's
Civil Rights paralysis. v
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ing pending held in a Dade formal County charge jail of file.name out of the nickname : BONDED iuL! : oLLliA ;

first degree murder in the
slaying of a 17 year-old girl Earlier investigation into : A
outside a Liberty City bar A the murder of the girl who RENTAL
last Tuesday night. lived at 1498 NW 58th St., .

Donald Ronald Wilson, led Dolfcetofouryouthswho.
u, known to his friends as"Colgate" police said, were involvedin I AGENCY .. ,
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his home, 1131 NW 68thSt. 4'T dead girl also appeared to
I {f be implicated, detectives ,J- -1II
in connection with the : P1o
cold-blooded slaying of said. INC .

Ernestine Kinchen near the r PL 9-8733 :
Cotton Club,6901 NW 15th The girl was killed when
Ave. her boyfriend confronted her
with another man, knockedher ......,.s..mss.SS.SSSSSSS :
On the basis of Informa- down and fired a bullet S
tion that a man named Col- ERNESTINE KINCHEN into her chest as she lay on THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGES
gate was involved intheslay- the sidewalk. .
S MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND

Q BROWARD COUNTIES. :

A'fleet of carl and collectors g jive o'door to door service for tenants convcaitnct. S

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A community recreation center for teenagers 'and adults "rent free," furnished .

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public! relations,department! to assist you with your probl.... 5S

Tenant concern will top vandalism,and reduce the. cost of.homing., 5S
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51019 NW6A St., Ft. Loude-dol. JA 4-3357 4240 NW 27,1 Ave. -NE 5-3466
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AARON VISITS GULF Next year is our year, Atlanta Braves Outfielder Hank HON. L. L. BROOKS, President S

Aaron (seated, left) tells members of Gulf Oil Corporation's Public Relations staff. GEORGE P. HARTH, General ManagerS ,
He took time out during the boiling National League pennant race to visit Gulf's CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director
Pittsburgh headquarters with Dan Kean (seated, center) Gulf Public Relations Re-
He said he figured the Los Angeles Dodgers would win the flag this
presentative. If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too" L. L. Brooks
year; he showed why by leading his team in walloping Pittsburgh In three outof
four games during his stay here. Standing are L. E. James and Roy E. Kohler;

seated at right is G. S. Bradley.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, September 16, 1466 1

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and PoblliUr IiJ by Whitney M. Young Jr.Executive I
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes / I
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National Urban League
WiLLIAM w. MCBRIDE city Editor Director
There is a quality of man among men whose dedi-
OSCAR W. WEAVER Clreulotlon-AdvortUlnp Marwgor for thema CIVIL RIGHTS BILL BEFORE CONGRESSThe
and duty creates
ideals
principles,
cation to ,
PublltHtr Association
Member of the Notional Nowipopon of sucha
record of achievements. When the realization
SUBSCRIPTION RATES record can only be accomplished through the use of Civil Rights Act of 1966 is now before the

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS 3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 other minds and bodies, the task is even greater. The Senate. The Act contains provisions for jury reform,

man among the men will accept this type of responsi- protection for civil rights workers, end the first federal -

Entoro/d/ a> Second Clot Mattor, August 9, 1927 at the Post bility with zest, and proceed to utilize his material to fair housing law.
Office at Miami, Florida, und.r the act of March 8, 1876 winning unit.
and mold into shape a
its best advantage
It is this last part of the Act, known as Title
Office it 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 .. Such a man in my opinion is Nathaniel (Traz) Powell, IV,
and which has attract ed the most attention. It was origj.
:,*<&" former coach of phased out George W. Carver High
,'r: J nally submitted to Congress in a much stron ger form,
OUR CRIME RATE present coach of Mays High.
Traz Powell, as he is affectionately called by his outlawing discrimination in the sale and rental of most
On Monday the FBI reported on Miami's' crime com- friends for eleven as coach of Carver offered this of the housing units in the country. But an amend-

mittee duringthe first six months of the year. That there of the most years versatile and explosive footballever ment added by the House of Representatives limits
was an increase is to our discredit, even though the area some to be the application of this title to only 40% of the housing
schools. He appears
witnessed high
the report states that the increase was comparable to among market.
other cities in the South. endowed with winning ways. Last Friday's opener between -
which resulted in a vic-
The biggest increase reported was 1191 cases of Mays and Northwestern Other amendments in the House weakened some
assault that 436 than was committedin tory for Mays have the corner quarterbacks in a tither.
aggravated more of the provisions. For example, the original versionbf
1965. Murder and manslaughter 27 an increase of 6 The opinion of the masses is that Mays should go all the Act empowered the Attorney-General to initiate

over 1965; rape from 29 in 65 to 42 in '66; sad to say the way. Be this as it may, the fact remains that the legal action against segregated school systems.

an increase of 13. desire to win on the part of each participant must be This was changed to allow him to do so only after

Robbery from 606 to 682; burglary from 3,226 to present. The installation of such desire is the ultimateaim receiving a written complaint from individuals who

3,464; larceny from 1,609 to 1,644 and auto theft from of all coaches. The hoped for results can best be had been discriminated against. This seems like a

678 to 768. accomplished through mutual affection betweenplayer small change, but the net result is that many persons,

It's very discouraging to us to have to chronicle and coach. especially in the deep south, will be afraid to sign
such a report for Miami but we hope among the readersof The affection between player and coach in the their names to a public complaint, thereby inviting

this column will be some of the culprits who if for instance is evidenced by the fact that 15 players of retaliation from the local segregationists.It .
nothing else, but shame will endeavor to lead a better phased out Carver High chose to follow their coach to

life thereby removing the stigma from our wonderful his new assignment at Mays. The fact that some of is the weakening of the housing title, however,

city and respected citizenry. these young men would be graduating seniors did not which has come in for the most criticism.' The new

matter, nor did it matter that there were several schools, amendment would limit the bill's effect to houses of

THE HOUSING SITUATION closer than the 12 to 14 miles they would have to travel five or more units and would exempt realtors from its

daily. I think this can only be judged as a testimonialto provisions if the owner of the house asks him to dis-
Directors of the Economic Program
Opportunity ,
the man. Any coach capable of extracting this kind of criminate.On .
Inc. of Dade County and the newly formed Community
loyalty from a varied group of individuals, whose
Action Organization discussed and agreed to an alli-
ideals and ambition s differ greatly has shown the abili- e of the reasons for the change was the argu-
ance in principle to break down the county's residen-
ty of reaching the happy medium.As ment that to restrict a person's right to choose a
tial ghetto patterns. However, Martin Fine, chairmanof buyer would be to limit the 'rights of private property.
a result of the phasing out of some of our Ne-
the Miami Housing Authority and a member of EOPI,
gro high schools the future of many of our Negro But if the Negro's right to own property which is
was not in agreement. He said the Fair Housing Agency's -
coaches have become clouded. The announced phasingout being infringed by discriminatory practices. The
be inconsistant with EOPI aims.
goals may of Mays next year makes me wonder if a person seller of property should have only one main concern-
he favor of the
Fine said was "absolutely in
such as Mr. Powell whose record of achievement is im- to get the best price he can.
principal of open occupancy" but speculated that an
EOPI housing agency alliance might tend to create a pressive, will be forced to seek some new endeavor. The result of the bill as it now stands is to drawa

situation in which public housing could come to a This I feel would constitute a gross injustice, and I line around the city limi ts and forbid discrimination

standstill. Ninety-five per cent of Negroes applying for don't feel that we as citizens should stand idly by within'the city, while allowing it in the same suburbs

Jow-cost housing selects projects in traditionally Negro and. wait for developments. The School Board shouldbe since that is where most of the exempt housing is located

t sections. made aware of our feelings before any decision has This cpuld intensify the alarming trend toward

This view was disputed by Negro members of the been reached. When a person has functioned effectively lily-white suburbs ringing cities made up of poor

board., Fine does not believe that urban renewal of in his chosen profession, and has gone to considerable minority groups. I wonder if ,the Senate, too, will t

Miami's downtown residential area would emerge as a fort to improve himself for that position has been agree to one law for the cities and one law for the
racially balanced residential sector. proven that he will function best in that capacity.Traz suburbs.
Powell and his winning ways have become a

TAX INSTALLMENT PAYMENT symbol to young Negroes throughout Dade County. The Part of the need for fair housing laws is found in

precision of his football teams have been the result ofa the high rate of segregated housing in northern cities.
Miami's Mayor, Robert King High who is also a
continuous chain of thought between player and coach. The segregation index in housing shows this quite

candidate for the office of governor of Florida speakingat This can only be achieved when abilities and limita- clearly: In Chicago it is 92.6% in St. Louis it is 91%;
a meeting assessors and collectors on Monday sug- tions The
are basic
recognized.
functions of the team in all of our big cities it is far too high. This has
installment
gested an plan for taxpayers who simplycan't
are robot in nature, a constant reinactment of the resulted in Negro families who can afford good housingin
come up with the cash for a lump payment of
coaches instructions. When the basic patterns have better sections or in the suburbs, being forced to
taxes.
been followed and the time has come for individual live in slums because of discrimination.Just .
Said the mayor, many of these taxpayers throw in action the principle objective of each player having

the towel accept foreclosure and move into rental pro- already been instilled with the desire to win is to reaction as federal intervention has led to expanded

perty. in a manner favorable in the eyes of the coach. competition and a stronger 'free enterprise system, so

Mortgage foreclosures have increased drastically The coach having been most successful creating this too federal action now can lead to a free housing

in counties which have undergone crash reassessment. union with his players can point to the most wins, and market. Freedom of choice is a cornerstone of American -
High said 30 states now provide some form of install-
a coach's success depends on the number of wins democracy and to deny a man the right to buy a
ment of property taxes. tallied against the number of loses. This being fact house or ent an apartment because of the color of his

Mr. Powell's success is unquestionable.The skin is to deny the freedom choice and to make a

OUR SCHOOLSOur concern of this columnist is what happens mockery of free enterprise. There is no freedom in the

schools are all open and busy with the next after the 66-67 season? For an individual who has market place when the market has a "white only" tag.

term's work. shown such outstanding ability to mold character into
Because of the of this bill its progress
There has been a change of teachers in several our young men, what challenge does the future hold? importance
schools' also transfer of some students.At Will he be permitted to continue to offer leadership to is being followed closely by all Americans but

the new Miami Killian High where 35 per cent our youth? I am of the opinion that there will always bea especially by GI's in Vietnam. Open housing there

of the students are Negroes, 27, most of them white, need for this type of leadership and with the unrest means sharing the same barracks and even the same with

have left the school] reports principal William Byrd. now present in our youth the need is great. foxholes. Negro GI's specially, are following it
The following editorial viewpoint is taken from the inyerest. When I was there recently, I found they were
conceived about the debate over their rights as citi-
Carolina Raleigh, N. C. August 10th issue: only with grades in black and white, and not with zens at home although they didn't question their ob-

NEW COLLEGE STUDENTS CARVE THEIR RECORDS reasons and excuses why the student failed. ligations at citizens when they entered the army.
One cannot expect a college to do it all for the
<'* We are in the midst of the opening of colleges and student, because it can only improve what the stu-
universities across the nation. Many high school gra- dent brought to an institution.We One soldeir spoke to me from his pospital bed,

duates will have left home for the first time in their urge students everywhere to give good concerned that the summer riots were being used as
accountsof
lives to learn, if they can, how to become adults. their academic stewardship! an excuse to limit fair housing rights. He said: "Mr.
Last week, Florida A& M University at Tallahassee Young, I shed my blood here for my country, but I just
can't face going back home and to find a de-
(FAMU) opened for the new academic year. Presi- HOMER'S NEW ASSISTANT trying
dent George M. Gore, Jr., gave the new students wise cent ar atment for my family. I know I'll be forced to
counsel, thusly: County Manager Porter Homer has appointed John take a place in the same slum I joined the army to get

"You used to be protected by the walls of segre- Van Wezel as an assistant In the Metro Budget Direc- out of. They are debating about our rights and talking

gation, but today you must be able to compete. You tor's office, as one of his administrative assistants to about the few rioters, but they are forgetting the thou

must have a good record. Now is the time to get started replace Jack Griffith who leaves the county to become sands of us out here fighting for our country."

on writing a good record." administrative aid to Sanford Bronstein, executive director -
Writing a good college record is what we want to of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital.In -

emphasize at this time. Too many students let them-

selves become satisfied with just getting by with a THE
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"F". They repeat their failing courses, but the this week's issue of the Times you will be read- MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

original grade of "F" (failure) remains upon the trans- ing a column from the pen of an old time member and APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

"fcript to face them during the remainder of their lives.It columnist of this journal-Stanley Sweeting. He's pinch- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
may be that a student played around for a hitting for Dave Bondu.

while, even though he was capable of doing better Sweeting is now employed in the police department. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!

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Mrs. Corine Stevens, Collette of Brooklyn is visi- \i.Yr i.
ting her sister and brother-in-law, the Willie Waltonsof 0' ; \

Opa-locka.


Jill Walton has returned to the city after vacation- 'M1P?, d l v PSsP Y 1

ing with her aunt Corine S. Collette, in Brooklyn. Jill a

reports on the interesting trips her aunt planned for
Miami Branch of American Association of Univer-
her in Canada and Michigan this summer.
sity Women will hear a talk on legislative issues at its

10 a.m meeting Saturday. Among those students leaving for school this }

Speakers will be Maxine Baker and Robert Shevinof week are Michael Sanders, Grantley Lee Paine, Gary N J 4.pub A

the Dade County delegation. Cooper, and Darville Knowles, Jr. Howard University; P ',.:Yt
"Sand in his shoes." Yes, Johnnie Widman had to Rose Stewart, Bethune Cookman; Faye Williams, Uni- t '
'make another trip to enjoy the sun and surf. Johnnieisthe versity of Wisconsin; Sheila McDuffy, Bernadette :, t.

houseguest of Daughter Marie White. PerryJanice Saunders, Phil Edgecombe, Livingston I

Deal,Terry Parker, Gwendolyn Faison,Rodine Bivensand
Mae A. Wilcox has returned to the city after vaca- Rudy Mack, Tennessee A& I.
tioning at the Towne Hotel, Nassau.

Congratulations to Rose Wilkerson and Herman
Shirley Rolle and Rosa Bell Dames, had as recent Willis who were married August 28.
guests, Patsey and Wellington Cooper of Nassau. .

Seats are going fast for the chartered bus the
Thaddeus McDonald, son of Henry and Harriet Mc- FAMU Rattler Club is taking to the Tennessee State

Donald of Nassau has registered for the fall term at game Oct. 22. Call Willis Murray 634-7584 or Billy ",

Miami Jackson.C. Rolle 443-7829 for reservations.
;tist t 4VY
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C. (North's Travel) North and son, Quentii 1 Sharon R. Stevenson has returned to Florida A&H

were in Nassau last weekend to attend the wedding of University for her sophomore year. She is the daughterof
Miss Marina North and Mr. William McCartney. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Stevenson of Opa-locka

Lela P. Geeter and Eugene Robinson exchangedtheir

CONGRATULATIONS: Lillian Bodie has returned to New York after visiting nuptial vows August 6 in Washington, D. C.
Sandra Fox, student at Manhattan School of Music, relatives and friends here. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

has been awarded the Rodgers and Hammerstein award. Geeter of Montgomery, Ala. She is presently a teacherin

She is a 1963 graduate of Miami Northwestern. Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Moore returned to New York the Dade County School system.

City Saturday after an enjoyable stay at the Fontaine- The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwar I

Frank and Myrtis Cleare along with Frank's mother,bleau Hotel. Mr. Moore is the brother of Mrs. Allaine Garrison of Montgomery, Ala. He is presently a building -;* \

Mrs. Cleare of Nassau, vacationed at the McAllistei Golston of Opa-locka and Mrs. Mary M., Smith of Ft. contractor in Washington, D. C.
Hotel. Myers who helped them enjoy their visit. The couple will reside in Miami.

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Mrs. Henrine W. Banks, regional director of the
Recent houseguests of the Harry Nabbies of Op a-National Council of Negro Women, will meet in con- THE PHI LOS CLUB KICKOFF BUILDING I

locka were Wilda Scavella. Ruth Culmer and daughtersof ference with the local members, Saturday, Sept. 17 at 4 A group of college students FUND DINNER :
Nassau. at the New Convenant Presbyterian Church NW 12th were guest of the Phi-
los at their eighth annual The public is cordially In-
Ave. and 43rd St. ". vited to a Kickoff Building
Mrs. Epsie Johnson of Nassau is in our city to re- "Back to College Brunch. Fund raising dinner. Sponsored -
The Brunch was given at the
ceive medical care for an extended period. She's at the September 16-17 Ros Hashanah Jewish New Year) Roosevelt Bank which made by Post 5693 and Auxiliary
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Humes of 1909 NW 66th St a lovely setting. Many col- at the home of Com-
Happy New Year to our many Jewish friends. leges were represented. Justto mander and Mrs. Kemell

name a few: Flak, Florida Dames 2260 NW 154th St-
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen PIa, Mrs. Elizabeth Stocker, A&M Howard Bethune- Opa-locka, September 25 at 4
Key West; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bain and Mr. and Mrs. Cookman, Dade Junior Col- p.m. A short program is
Walter Wilson St.,'West Palm Beach; Mr. E. Whitehead, Actors Company Guild lege University of Washing- planned for your enjoyment.

Savannah, Qa.; and Mrs. Cynthia Hunt, Ft. Valley, Ga., ton. University of Wisconsin Commissioner Guest speakers Harold are Green Metro ,
spent last weekend visiting friends and relatives in and Purdue. The group enj oy of Fla. Commander 1\\
and
ed exchanging ideas and information Dept.
Miami. They also attended the Lee-Kelly's wedding.Mrs. To Present Three PlaysThe on college life.- Robert Brockmann. Donation

Mrs. Marie Price acted as 91.25.
George Turnquest and grandson, Rickey, returned hostess, Mrs. Rosa S. Davis Gertrude Lemon ia presi- .J'
from vacation in NYC. 'actors coir. professional artists 'andteacher' served as receptionist. An- 'dent and Ethel Maycock Is |
a pany guild announces the .. These actors, thony Jones was master of secretary. '(]
presentation of three playsat known as the Miami Actors ceremony.
Even the printer has trouble reading my writing,but the Coconut Grove play- Company, were selected by Philos present were Me..- EGELLOC CLUB :
"Tot" Davis and Meek have a nine pound baby boy. house for the fall season. On the artistic committee of the dames Ethel Blocker, Marie MEETSThe
October 13th the season will Miami Actors Company Taylor Mamie Montgomery
open with the Pulitzer JPrize guild to form a professional Marie Price, Virginia Bennett Egelloc Social and
The Theotis (Clara) Underwoods are cuddling a
masterpiece "J.B." by the repertory theatre for Miami Addie Pontiphflet Susie Civic Club held their first
pink bundle of joy Kafhelia Mashone. CongratulationsMrs. poet-playwright Archibald The board of directors of McMurray and Mattie Squire. meeting of the season Saturday
Macleish. This will be fol- the guild is made up of a The Philos are affiliateof night at the lovely home
Harman Coleman (Viva) entertained the MRS lowed on November 3rd by group of professional com- Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. of Mr. and Mrs. John Eve.
Tad Moseys Pulitzer Prize and educational Sigmas present were Miss Christina is our newly elected
Club on Saturday. Mrs. Samuel (Alice) Harris is the munity
: play "All the way home" theatre leaders as well as Mable Barlow, anti basileusand president.
new president. J3 : based on James Agee's novel several civic leaders. They Mrs. Vemeka Silva, basi- Summer experiences were
"A death in the family".The leus of the local shared by all.
Returning home after.a delightful vacation in Chicago first organized as an advisory chapter.
final play of the trio, which committee of the Plans for a most exciting,
with relatives and frientls' Mrs. Mary Cash and grand
will open on November 23rd, American National Theatre ZETAS MEETThe prosperous and contributional
children Michael Lorna'and Amelia Dames, express will be "Hogan's Goat" by year are
and Academy to promote first official meeting
who made the possible, Alfred which has Mesdames Christina Eve;
appreciation to everyone trip William theatre in Miami MashallH. of Beta Tau Zeta Chapter of Verneka Silva, and Cleomie
been described as a "Rowdyand Earl, former Broadway Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Bloomfield were given con-
Mrs. Marguaret Miller of Brownsville had as recent tender verse"hymn the producer is president and will be held September 17th at gratulationsforthe educational
guest, her niece, Juanita Fletcher of Jacksonville. A Brooklyn Irish "Hogan'sGoat" James Riley, Associate pro- the home of the basileus, promotions they received this
was one of the best ducer of the Coconut Grove Soror Rosa Lee Fortson, 1440
party was given in her honor before leaving for Howard received plays of the New Playhouse is vice president NW 59th St. at 5 p.m. All year.
University. York season and its play- Zetas are urged to attend. Owen Howard, reporter

wright was featued by Life-
Cyril D. Roberts, formerly of this city, but now o f Magazine. This will be the

Youngstown, Ohio, is the houseguest of his uncle, first production of the play
is here to visit his mother, Mrs. out of New York.
H. E. S. Reeves. Cyril
relatives. Since March, twenty-five ac- WIGS MR.W ALlERS
Henrietta Sweeting and other complished, dedicated .Miami By
actors have met for week-
Patricia and Ronnie Thomas of Nassau, are vaca- ly workshop sessions under -
tioning here. Patricia, a 1966 graduate of Miami Northwestern the direction of some equally -- \ Now Two Locations

came to attend the opening football game. Too dedicated in accomplished :;
NW 22nd Ave.
bad the Bulls lost. \ .
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Happy birthday to Cleora Brooks, Sept. 18 and LEARN TO SEW } NW 7th AVE. ?,

Devin Paul Davis, Sept. 20. FOR $3Learn \ .' '
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to sew at Miami .
Get well wishes to Cleveland Barry at Jackson Northwestern on Tuesday and CONTINENTAL CLUB G" ,

Memorial; Leo Albury at Christian, James Reagan at Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., E'Ne-J'04
Veterans; George Seymour at home and Mary Washingtonat James E. Scott Cottage 7155 \\tE. [
NW 22nd Avenue, Monday,
Cedars of Lebanon. 754-9820 Phone 6919689EXPERT
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
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to 10 p.m. Thursday 7 p.m. to
Sympathy to the Butler family.It 10 p.m The registration fee WIG CLEANING, CUTTING & STYLING
for the sixteen week course
was a month's vacation for Rev. and Mrs. is $3.00. ONE DAY SERVICE BY REQUEST

Albert Smith Sr. who chose an American Heritage '& 1"1

Tour and a Canadian tour. FAMU ALUMNI ..4J! :,W:' riii ,( .

MEETINGThere .ltoft ( i HUMAH.r Fl HAH :WIGSmmmfrmwinm' .
Staff Sergeant Rudolph A. Glass, stationed in \
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month's leave. He will be a general !", oIM J1o.). 'I'R'' .J' ,;' J1. '
Europe for five years is home on a r'r\; f i" .114.r... }, .. .j.
and Wilfred Glass of Liberty meeting of all FAMU alumni .{;;, 15.K. <" Mrs. '
of Rev. !.
is the son d "iNI' "" I I.
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members at Roosevelt Savings < .... .1 iii I P3::0"t5, .{ ... 'j i
city. and Loan Association, Sa-
turday, Sept. 17, all persons : !
Lottie (Major) Browne, formerly of Miami, now a interested in becoming mem- _MI.. ......'MiVALUE\. .. :"
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bers invited to attend.' Pp'T1C0.'gCr .Gvr. -'"
resident of West Palm Beach and her two lovely daugh- are

and Angelita are, spending a month's
ters, Mary Anita Robert Strapp, President
vacation with her mother Mrs. Blanche Major.



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HALL GIBSON LITTLE
quired by the nation's aero Institute Airman Allen N. Hall, Jr., The airman recently com 'sorrel for the nation',s aerospace pleted basic training at space force. A&M College extension at
son of Mrs. Arvetta Wigginsof pleted Stt training' Lack force. Lackland AFBTex. His the new Air Sergeant' Mathis, whose Biloxi, Miss., during his '
school is part of Mathis, resides off-duty. hours.
430 NW 9th St., has been land AFB, Tex. His new Airman Little was grad father, Ulysses
selected for technical train- school is part of the Air uated from Mays High School, training Command which con- in Deerfield Beach, His wife, Juanita, is the i
ducts hundreds of specia- Fla., is a graduate of BookerT. daughter of Rev and Mrs
Training Command which Goulds, in 1966.
ing at Sheppard AFB, Tex.,as '
lized courses to provide High School in M. S. Chatman of 421
U.S. Air Force aircraft main- conducts hundreds of specialized Washington N,
trained Tuskegee Reus St., Pensacola.wasnerei.
technically person- Miami. lie attended
tenance specialist. courses to provide Airman William W. Weathers,
nation's aerospace -
The airman recently completed technically trained person- son of Mr.and Mrs.William R. nel for the -
basic training at Lack- nel for the nation's aero- Weathers:of Jefferson St., force.
land AFB, Tex. His new space force. has been assigned to West- Airman Robinson was gra
school is part of the Air Airman Gibson was graduated over AFB, Mass., after com- duated from Miami Northwestem 1966.-
in
Training Command which from Miami North- pleting Air Force basic train- High School
conducts hundreds of spe- western Senior High School. ing. BILOXI. Miss. Staff John Be

cialized courdes to provide The airman, a graduate of Sergeant Ulysses S. MathisJr.
of Mrs. Dotty V.
son
technically trained Little Mays Junior Senior High
personnel Airman James Jr., of 1230 NW 57th St.,
for the nation's School Goulds 'will be train- Bragg
I aerospace -son of Mr. and Mrs. James Miami, has been awarded the
I force. Little of 26441 SW 138th Ave., ed on the job as an administrative Air Training Command (ATC) .
Airman Hall was graduated Naranja, has been .selectedfor specialist. Master Instructor rating at ,,

from Booker T. WashingtonHigh technical training at Lack Keesler AFB Miss. ....
School in 1966. land AFB, Tex., as a U.S. Airman Calvin C. Robin Sergeant Mathis was accorded ..I..
Air Force air policeman.The .son, grandson of Mrs. EstellaB. the honor in recognition -

Airman Louis A. Gibson, airman recently' completed Robinson of 2317 NW 55th of two years of outstand-
nephew of Mrs. Robertha M. basic training at Lack Ter., has been selected for ing service as a technical
Gibson of 1620'NW 65th St., land. His new school is part technical training at Sheppard instructor in radar maintenance -

.. has been selected for techni- of the Air Training Command AFB, Tex., as a U. S. Air at Keesler.
cal training at Sheppard AFB, which conducts hundreds of Force aircraft maintenance The sergeant's unit sup-
Tex., as a U.S. Air Force specialized courses to provide specialist.The ports the ATC mission of '* s<
aircraft maintenance specia technically trained per- airman recently com- training airmen and officersin
the diverse skills re-
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ANNOUNCEMENTThe ENTERS US
EARN
class of Dorsey of
AIR FORCE
EXTRA MONEYTo '
46 and Northwestern 56

buy a home would like for all members to Airman James R. Higgs,

To start children't td,- be present at the home of Mr. son of Mrs. Mary Higgs of
cation *fund William Dingle 1520 NW 66th 1300 NW 64th Street, enteredthe .
St., Sunday, Sept. 18 at 6 US Air Force on Monday,
To off debtsOr
pay p.m. Please be present. Sept. 12. He will go to Texas
even start a savings for his basic training and
account then will be assigned in the tsro,
WMBM
mechanical field. He selected \
Drive a cab full or part 1490 On Your Dial ,. .
work this field before his enlist- :
time. Interesting as
BLANCHE CALLOWAY ment. Airman Higgs was a ,
you are mtttinq new people PRESENTS graduate from Booker T. ,
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... constantly Washington High School, in
PROGRESS REPORT
2IBLER TAXI June 66. For further information '

1025 W. Flagler Street 3 Times Daily about your opportunities LtIlzt D SOT 11 ..
in the US Air Forte. Please
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contact MSGT Bill Randall at

109 NE 5th st. or phone 379-
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PFC Herman Allen Wilsonof
the United States Marine

THERE WILL BE A Corps -is home on leave after

completing basic training at
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MIAMI-BUT IT'S MY TOWN! chores

ATTEMPTING TO write a column behind the talented I
efforts of Dave Bondu, is tougher than finding the historical of the
'rock that felled Goliath. .YouJust can't match his wit. effective
The guy's and he wields Leroy
uncanny a prolific pen. .But for
the sake of argument and since 'LU David "out of har- is the Sears-Roebuck
ness" on well-earned and well-deservedvacationthisprogd in too George W. Gore
nosticate was delegated to pen a few paragraphs for this cf the w for freshmen
corner as guest columnist.
records. The
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into its recipients of the

AS I SCRIBBLE away with these scrappings, Dave is Lloyd The scholarships
somewhere over in the Bahamas(the place he loves so well) '. Presi-,
sunning and tanning and golfing and fishing and enjoying Into
himself his little heartscontent..Asa the FAMU staff
writer, disc jockey?
promoter, co-ordinator, MC-entertainer anclheaven-knows- ing e M
what-else, Dave is kept quite busy...And shying away from prior to
these hectic hours, Mrs. Bondu's son deserves nothing short -
of the best.. So here it is,I wish for him a most enjoyable, !
stay in Nassau and Freeport In the Bahamas. Peace ,

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giving open
I CERTAINLY do not feel like writing a column today
.But I'll have to confess that printer's ink runs throughmy '
veins. .And brother, once you become involved, or
have ever been Involved, you just can't kick the habit. ,
During my many,years of newspaper and magazine work .A
,I've chronicled more news and unravelled more gossip For
than Sir Lipton has tea.. But, I've always kept it clean ... f
And although it took Dave Bondu to get "me out of the
moth balls, I must admit, I like it.

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NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Saw parcels of Wild Man hood War
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Steve's Island Club presentation last Thursday dark, when made
Ben E. King of the cast, headlined a star-studded revue at more
the popular Mr. James' Club. .King,"Mr.Stand By Me" areas
himself, bellowed to an SRO crowd of first-nighters,and the Union
little man with the big mouth blasted away at a dozen or plied for
more cf his disc favorites before leavingthe swinging band charters.
stand. .He was simply terrific!!! And that female vocalist The
of his easily shared top billing with the recording star. ship of
,I She had SOUL to spare.. And if I failed to get her name,tunity
it's simply because the gal had me flabbergasted. .That made
kid h as got to go far and she's all ready on her way. .
The King band of six talented young men,blew the lid,. off elected
the house. .And it wasn't put back on until the combo ed by
climbed down from the bandstand. hood

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SALT WATER TAFFY: Our Tallahassee source in- Perrine ,i4'
forms us that ex-Bronze Mayor, rotund Charles Hadley, The
has joined the political bandwagon for oUr local gubernatorial Center
candidate, Mayor Robert King High. .We won- for
der if'their trip up to the state capitol two weeks ago is
beginning of Hadley's bid for the seat on the candidate's five
roster formerly held by Atty Henry Arrlngton 777 And
speaking of Arrington, look for the dapper and suave ner for
attorney and his charmingfraulein to move into their new Credit
home at N.W. 18th Ave. and 55th Ter any day now.. the
Charles C. North of North's Travel Bureau and son bers,
Quentin, the BTW school prof, planed over to Nassau last Taylor
Friday, where they attended the marriage of their kin,
beauteous Marina Valentln forth to handsome William ed job
Arthur McCartney, son of a.Bahamian Govt. official, now
retired. .The bride, daughter Mrs. Lillian North, and
sister"of Teddy (Playboy) Ntfrth"selected: ; St. Mary The
Virgin Church as.:the setdng Tpr the ceremony, and the
reception-after was'tabbed for Nassau'l famous British
Colonial Hotel

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THE LITTLE RED BOOK:'Charming Mary Britt, the
schoolmarm and former fashion .model in Our Town,
departed last Friday on a mlsslon-cf-sad to Daytona 3290 IJ
Beach, whereshe attended funeral of her grandmother. Mi l j
Leola Pieze, former Miamian, now a' FAMU fixture, is ". !
looking forward to a December treak'down to her home.: Lie..a.
town, when she'll enjoy Classic time in Miami's clime. I Ii:
Did Wild Man Steve, the W&ME disc jock, see another
birthday on September lOTTZXhe Continental Club one of 11
the,"hottest" bistros inthe Northwest area,has that "Broad j ?
way at 42 StreEt"look. ..Cleo Webb 18 back home from her I -
annual jaunt to NYC. Gillette!
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THE LATE DR. Cyrus 'Jolllvptte, founder of the Jol-
Uvette Interests, If he were alive today, would have beamed
proudly as he 'walked down to middle-aisle with his pretty Of .
daughter, Clarice Regina, on his wing, while presenting her
to young Ronald Frazier of Houston, Texasinthat soon4o c *
come December 28weddlnJ..ArlingtonSands'wik, Lenora,
mending in Cedars of Lebanon, hopes to be out in time to
see her son Arlington, Jr., strut down the aisle in cap and I '
gown at Bethune-Cookman College. .And Mary Washington 1130 :
of Perry's Florida, bedded at Cedars, could be out "
and back at her desk by the time you read about It here.. -
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JIMMIE (SCOOP) BETHEL this sheet's New York Jams the :
purveyor of trivia, does a weekly stint cf news dissemination >
that rates a hurrah from this pillar. -limmie and ,
this correspondent were Miami Times twin-columnists for ", ..'4 .
oh, 80 long a time, prior to his exodus to Brooklyn. :,l'v;.
Thehna M. North, who blrtbdayed.Augu t 28, has her I .
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eyes peeled on Harlem business jaunt reaj soon, now. f
Wio'sthe dimpled cutle now doing secretarial chores for ? ,
Bonnie Newbold cf JESCA'S Day Care Center??? Ailing I ..
Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting, 2720 N.W. 60th St, wore a smiled I
love and devotion during her son Brenvilles weeks s
stay here from Sugar Hill, Harlem, N.Y.C. As Bren
entrained out Monday for the Big City, another son, Cyril, Your hairdresser-
dashed in Friday from Ohio to devote his share cf a family itl! ..,.

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday September. 16.. 1966 9 !
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or undeserving, to a great school like Northwestern Senior i

FROM WHERE I SIT HighAs a parent, one who is vitally interested In the well I Letters To The EditorDear I .

being and future of teenage population I am using this .1
1 BY BILL Me BRIDE
column to make an appeal to all teenagers to prove to,
4 your critics that you do know how to act by displayingyour Mr. Reeves: ,
best conduct in all your dally living and especially
Teenage Football Fans in contact with others. Let resolve to the t
your us respect It has come to my attention that The Miami Times
: rights and property of others at all times.In has just celebrated its 44th birthday. I wish to extend I
ff view of what took after last week's
place ,
r Bring Discredit To game
to heartiest congratulations in the publishing ofa j
many of the bus drivers have stated that they will not you my
XV ( drive the game buses again. We have tried to assure the newspaper that subscribes to the motto that our great

.. 1 Negro Community transit authority that there will be no recurrence of this country can best lead the world from racial and national
situation and have requested that every effort be madeto antagonism when it accords to every man regardless of

Normally, the contents of this column are intended provide bus service for the Northwestern-Blanche Ely race, creed or color, his human and legal rights, hatingno
mainly for adult consumption, but the game scheduled next Saturday night at the Junior College
disgraceful con- stadium man, fearing no man.
duct of a large number of teenagers following the Miami I amhoping that this article will be accepted in the As long as I have been subscribing to the great

Northwestern-Mays High School football game on Satui- spirit in which it is written and that same will be accepted newspaper I have respected your editorial creed and
day September 10, makes imperative that we direct as a challenge to all those planning to attend the Blanche- have personally taken cognizance of the fact that 'it is.

this.week's scribblings to the Dade Negro teenage population. Ely game to let your conduct be above board and proveto carried out through the entire paper.In .
all that you are deserving of all goodies being showered
order for our great country to maintain Its statusas
upon you.
b was a typical Miami night, with the weather just Remember, many a critical eye will be watching you the leader in the free world, men of the press must
perfect for afootball: game. A crowd of 8,500 (90 per next Saturday night and for the duration of the football make sure that the news is evaluated with honesty and
cent teenagers) found their way to Miami-Dade Junior season. dignity. We in Miami are grateful for the part that you
College stadium to witness the first high school foot- Let's really "get down with it" and show 'em., newspaper has played in our economic, emotional,

ball game of the season. The bands performed brilliantly and sophisticated growth.

and both teams played good hard-nosed football Again, my heartiest congratulations.
with Mays emerging the victor by a score of 187. \

This was, tie first high school football game I had Bcoiticlais Unit No. 42 Sincerely yours,
Irwin G. Christie,
witnessed since Thanksgiving of 1947, and went to my
car after the game with a feeling of delight that I had City CommissionerDear

attended this one;but,what I saw and heard in the park- DANCE & SHOWAlso
ing lot quickly turned my feeling of delight into a feel-

ing of absolute disgust and bewilderment. Mr. Reeves:
The conduct of a.large number of teenagers was nothing
Featuring I would like to thank for honoring Gulf dealer
short of disgraceful and gave me 'real reason for you
concern. Jesse Leno in your August 5th edition. It came as a

From where I sat in my car I witnessed glasses on THE PROPHETS BAND surprise to me, and quite a happy one, to see Mr.Leno's

several buses being maliciously broken, doors yanked story told so well. t--
open, drivers cursed and abused, and approximately 20 Starring We at 'Gulf, are proud of our more than 600 Negro '

kids enter the emergency door of one bus. There was dealers, and believe that they as independent business

wide use of profanity. Surprisingly enough, these disgraceful men provide an excellent example of free enterprise in

acts were being participated in by girls as wellas WILEENA MACK operation. It also makes me happy that the SBDC believed -

by boys. I would not have believed many of these w that the operation of a Gulf service station wasa
things,had I not had the displeasure of seeing and hear- i loan-worthy cause.

ing them with my own eyes and ears. DOOR PRIZES
And then on Monday,this writer was called to a meet- __ Sincerely,
ing at the Metro Transit Authority along with Mrs. Ida
CAL ROBERTS
Ratcliffe, Director of Secondary Schools, North Central G. S. Bradley

District; Sam Cohen,Miami Northwestern principal; Leo- MON. SEPT. 19 Public Relations Department
nard S. Walker, Miami Northwestern, public relations I .

representative; representatives from the Dade County PTA MEETING ATALLAPATTAHJR. tion of its first PTA on Tuesday -.
Community Relations Board; Metro, Transit executives, .50 Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. in the
and a representative from the School Board. Two bus 1' On/y' school's cafetorium.
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drivers were present and told'of a night of terror,during 0 At the HIGHThe This school is the only

which 12 of 14 special buses were damaged and 3 driverswere Allapattah Jr. High one in Dade which will be
manhandled and robbed. School wishes to remind all affiliated with the Dade
This meeting was called for the objective purposeof CONHMFNTALJoseph parents and interested citi- County PTA Council and.
this Is indeed a challenge.May .
zens of this area that there
committed
these acts -
determining why disgraceful were
will be the initial organiza we expect you?
and finding ways and means of preventing any recurrence -

of same after future games. _
After a cwo-hourdiscourse,no one was able to come
up with any real reason for such conduct by these teen-


agers.A.detailed.report of the "night of terror", preparedby I III

the transit authority, is as follows: Bus 550, brokenrear /

door; bus 635, three.broken windows; bus 648, four
broken windows; bus 649two b ken windows; bus 545, rte
broken rear door and window; bus 629;back door sprung; 1 Y 1

bus 947, two broken windows; bus 670,three broken win-
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dows, broken rear door glass, deck glass broken; bus '

655, rear door sprung, front door glass broken; bus 625,
.rear door and glass broken. The driver of this bus was
robbed of 15.85 company money, 242.20 paycheck, 1'' f
about 100 transfers and other valuables from his box. He

was pulled from the driver's seat/thrown out on the street .
and kicked about the body. Emily Saunders of 6526 N.W.

26thAvenue was hit in the eye by glass from a broken 1

bottle and taken to the hospital.Bus Yasecko, Republican -
629,broken rear door,window and bell cord. The candidate for statetrea-
driver of this bus was robbed of 15.46 and as he triedto surer, claims:
keep them away from his changer someone grabbedhis "The office of State Trea- Finance Your Car with Our
arm and pulled it around behind his back while another surer is one of the most Important -

got a hold around his neck and still another went positions inthe Flor-
in the back of this ida cabinet. Like the governor -
AUTO
thru his box. Two fires were set LOAN!
it votes on every facet of
windows doors and emergency'door
bus. Bus 646,broken ,rear life that pertains to the gov-
broken. The driver of this bus was robbed of$10.34.He erning of our citizens. But
said they crowded around him, pushing and took the the most Important factor

money from his changer box. He said'there was a small that the majority of the people
1. Shop around fur the car you want. Bring us the
riot on his bus. come into contact with
We listed these events in detail to show that this the office, is insurance." make, model and price

was not the doings of a small gang, but was done by a "As Ex Officio Insurance ': ?
Commissioner, the State 2. We will loan and With red
large number of teenagers,which is certainly reason for okay your quickly no

grave concern by all interested in law and order. erations Treasurer of controls the life, auto the and op- tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want "

Since'those in attendance at the game were not all fire insurance companies in to make loans.

Northwestern students,. we are certainly not attemptingto ,their dealings with the peo-
place all the blame onNorthwestem as a school. But, ple. This office makes recommendations 3. Interest can be as low as 4'/j% on a new car, and
Northwestern must certainly accept its share since thereis to the legisla-
payments for as long as 36 months-the lowest
no doubt in my mind that some Northwestern studentswere ture as well as to the com
involved. panies as to matters that 1'' .J payments possible We also make loans on used
would improve" the Insurance I cars up to 5 years old.i .
From where I sit comes this special message to the Industry. 4' :
Dade Negro teenage population and especially to all those Yasecko says: "For this
activities of September reason, we are offering our
In the disgraceful
who part
played any
10th. It goes without saying that the eyes and forward looking program.We t LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
focused the American Negro's feel that the State Trea-
on
cf the world are
ears
efforts to attain equality and first class citizenship. Youas surer must be a leader and [ } OF MIAMI
should certainly be not a follower such as is
Dade County
teenagers here In First fully Integrated bonk In the entire Southeastright -
movement of your race here In now the case. Too long, has
the forward
Interested in here lit the Edison Financial Center
the nation and the world. the public been hoodwinkedby
Dade as well as across
6013 NW.7th Avenue Phone 739-4431
This writer feds reasonably certain that If you Just takea ineptness dlsgulshcd by
little time to think about it, you will readily admit that the present office holder as
of the things do for no real reason other than "experience". It would ap- NOW PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURS
you
"kicks"many tend to bring discredit not only to those guilty pear that he follows that line Monday, Tuatday, Wadnotday Thursday 9:30 am to 2 pm; ,Fridays 9i30 am ta 2 p* ...
of such acts, but to the entire teenage population, the which says politics is the art and S pm to 8 pm. Drlv..In Window opin Monday thru Friday, 2 to S pm; Saturday 9 to
and the Negroraceas whole. Certainly of doing the greatest good
Negro community
misconduct and total disregardfor for the greatest number of naon.
of
the the aforementioned lives and property acts of others have definitely brought politicians, We say help, M.mb.n F.d.fol R.t.fv. SyiUm end ,Fodoral Dtpailt Insurance CorporationI
and deserving the people -."
community
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SCHOOL SCOOPS I

Killian High School made the South Dade School scene :
'when it orwnPd on September 6. Although incomplete, ;
classes are now In full swing. Its population includes
ninth thru eleventh grade students from Richmond Heights,
Howard Kendall and the l lr
Dadeland areas. Mr. William
Byrd Js principal of the unusually constructed school Bs
colors are forest green and gold. The student body will '
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soon vote on a name for the athletic teams.. M the present //r + 1t t

time Coach Lambert Reed is busily shaping..up his Junior 1 1 1l
varsity football players for the scheduled 'games. The
schedule is:

Oct. 1 Sterling High Hollywood, Florida
Oct. 14 Key West High Key West, Florida
t Oct.26 Southwest High Central Stadium
Nov. 2 Palmetto High Central Stadium '
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Nov. 9 Norland High Central Stadium l .. ''fib f P
\ Nov. 16 South Dade High Central Stadium i I'/III'/ :
Nov.22 Coral Park High Central Stadium y a{,

_, Bright additions to the community are teachers Geraldine i ,
'( Lynom, Gloria Jean Copeland, Mary Frances Crawford : : t '
: and Glenne'Viola Conyers. Miss Lynom, a 1966 graduateof
LeMoyne College in Memphis, Tennessee, is employedas .
a third grade teacher at R. R.. Moton School Miss r'
Copeland, also a recent graduate of LeMoyne College, t a.e
is a first grade teacher at Richmond Heights Elementary.
Presently teaching science at Mays High School, Miss 4t .
Crawford is a June graduate of Livingston College. Miss v di +
Conyers, Tennessee State University graduate, teaches !
physical education at Frank C. Martin Elementary School ,. I

SOCIAL NOTES ./I- -
Cotton will be THE thing at the coming "Cotton Drest
"Ball", to be held at the Culter Ridge Amusement Centeron crowned "Miss Elkdom 1966"at
Hobson Reynolds), was ,
September 24, from nine until Tickets may be secured "MISS ElKDOM, 1966" AND RUNNERSUPMiss
last week. Others in
from any member of the Richmond Heights Women's Club. Elks Convention in Cleveland
Youth Coundl members and other volunteer teens who Clara Clayton, nineteen, of Gary, Indiana, the picture, left to right: James Lewis, Pittsburg Coca-

marched on September 11, for ALSAC (Leukemia Drive(standing left, center, next to Grand Exalted Ruler Cola Bottling Company; Billy Burke, The Coca-Cola

Fund), Gathered for briefing and partying on September Company, Dallas, Texas; second prize winnerAldineKing
9, from 8pm to 12pm at Jewel Armstong's Home on Tyler
Street. 19, of Pittsburg; C. J. Newsome, Grand Trustee;

Cathy Williams, daughter of Lt. Colonel and Mrs. E. Phil Ossofer Bill Long, Exalted Ruler of North Side Lodge, Pitts-

F. Williams of 14560 Jackson Street, was Fisk-boundwhen burg; Hobson Reynolds; third prize winner, Bonita
she left Miami September 12, for Nashville, Tennessee accidents resulted from my
on
: After receiving a ticket for Hinton of Lansing, Michigan; Charles Boone, The Coca-
A 1966 graduate of Immaculata High School, she will' minor violation motorist Impatience, I have mini-
a a Cola Company, Atlanta,Georgia; P. M. Blair, Grand
major in psychology and pre-med at the University.To friend of mine asked me, mized these occasions. From
orientate troop representatives t to their duties and (probably addressing his now on I'm going to try to Commissioner of Beauty and Talent; and Joe Williams,
voice plans for the year ahead was the two-fold aim of the question to the world In steer clear of accidents by The Cleveland Coca-Cola Bottling Company. The Coca-
general
Joint Girl Scout Senior Planning Board Meeting held September -' ,) "Our police force officials remembering that patience is Cola Company, Atlanta, Georgia, promoted the contest.
10, at Camp Mahachee on Old Cutler Road. Presiding about worth its wait in safety.
at the meeting, which drew together scouts from complain a

both ends of the county,were Cathy Scrogin(South Board) shortage crime.of patrolmen don't to ................
and Lean Simms (North Board). fight Why they
The return of fall meant Virginia' Jordan's return to send their policemen out to
... Morris Brown College in Atlanta,'Georgia, where she is catch criminals instead of
a Junior majoring in business administration Daughterof chasing us poor motorists?" Will Your Children Hove A

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jordan (Winifred), Virginia
normally resides at 10329 S. W. 174 Terrace. I found a good answerto letter Start Than Yov Did?
The "call of the wild" was answered by Mrs. Hugh that question in a pham-
Welch' (Ruby), Mrs. Joe Holly (Roscella), Mrs. Frank phlet Issued by the Citizens
Armstrong (CerakfineX Mrs. Herma N. Peques (Mildred), Advisory Committee on T .r. Are Ways To Make Sure....
Misses Rosalyn Pokier and Cynthia Popps,when they made Highway Safety. It gives an
the MayFair Hotel in Nassau their port of call for a weekend enlightening comparison between -
of relaxation. Scenic points visited were the Marine crime and auto acci
Restaurant (viewed underwater bathers),the Flamingo Bird dents. It states that in Florida
Show, the colorful Straw Market, the Water Tower, and In 1960therewere80,000
Fort Charlotte. They remarked that Nassuvian friendliness crimes of a serious nature, DAVE PEMBERTON F
and_hospitality made their stay a most enjoyable one. including murder, man- _
WHAT IS GIRL SCOUTING?? slaughter, robbery, assault.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN A SENIOR ORCADETTEGIRL In the crimes which involved -
SCOUT TROOP??? violence, 520 people were HAS ii'
killed and 6200 suffered
Girl Scouting is a movement established for all girls,
ages 7 to 17. Its aim is to Inspire girls with the highest bodily harm.In .
ideals of character, conduct, patriotism, and service. that same year there WE ANSWERHe
were 125,000 traffic accidents ......
""* helping them develop into happy, resourceful citizens. in which 112,500
Senior contless for girls
Scouting provides opportunities involved traffic violations.
ages 15, 160r 17who are enrolled In grades tenth, eleventh,
These resulted In than
and twelfth to learn valuable lessons in how to become more
resourceful and responsible citizens in the home: the com- 1200 deaths and 44,000 in-
and the juries. As far as I am con-
munity, country. Can
You
Members of Senior Girl Scout Troop 857, under the cerned, this answers my Help
advisorship of Mrs. Gerald D. Pratt (Miriam), 13930 friend's question.
Monroe Street and Miss Barbara Hankerson, 14391 Provide
Lincoln Blvd,-extend a welcoming hand to interested young Why don't we stop violating Funds For
ladies and suggest, "Joinnis today!"Parents and daughtersare traffic laws? A Florida
invited to attend the first meeting which will be held Judge gives this answer: Your Children With Which; To
Saturday, September 17, at 4:00 pm at the home of Mrs. "People readily understandthat

Pratt.Does caning down a winding river, touring Nassau, der, law robbery violations, and like so forth mur-, Secure Advanced Education StartA

and entertaining senior citizens sound Interesting and fun? are morally wrong and ,
If your answer is yes, and you're 12, 13, or 14 then should be punished. But the Home Or
Cadette Scouting Is for you. Here is where the foundationis average drive who violatesa Enter A Business...
laid for more adult roles In Senior Scouting. traffic law doesn't feel that
Cadette Troop 290 under the leadership of Mrs. Claude be actually has done any- And Within
Miller (Barbara) of 11600 Plnkston Drive invites you thing wrong. The violation Your Means---
to come and "Find the action" at their first meeting on doesn't of
seem great Import-
'"thursday September 15, at 430 pm at the leader's home. ance to him unless it resultsin

.......I I...........................,..................... loss of life or severe in- AS A PROFESSIONAL CAREER TRAINED AGENT
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Round About a Unemployment/ Rises Despite full Economy I'I


NEW YORK- splte the The high percentage, In phasis has been not somuch unions, corporations and
I TalkBY most intense campaign ever I tee IV worries th'e administra- on finding jobs as on, find others.
mounted to help the Negro Don even though nonwhite ing workers. The most Immediate aim
JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHELMAE worker, through education joblessness has been twice: Throughout theeconomy, of the war on poverty is jobs ;
training and law, the latest that whites for years. Negro abilities are being upgraded through programs such as I
government figures show a Of even greater concern through personal the Job Corps, the work-ex I
RACE RIOTS REVIEW USA Atlanta, Ga.1,000 Ne- papadox: Negro joblessnesshas to the administration is the forts and through training perience program and the
groes toppled Mayor Ivan Allen's car andbatUed police risen. apparent end cf a five-year programs by government adult basic education pro
with bricks and bottles over the arrest of a car So unusual is the turn- record of improvement gram.
stealing about after 5
years steady Meanwhile the unemployment -
ran '< Dayton, Ohio-One Negro killed Benton improvement that the possibility rate for whites grewno .- -
Harbor Mich.-One Negro killed Cicero Ill-Twelve ofstatlsticalerrorpre- worse.If i I
persons injured by bayonet- wielding National Guards sents itslelf. Attesting to the the figures are not corrected Jack's MEN'S WEAR I
when white hecklers hurled rocks, bricks, eggs andbottles accuracy of the figures,however or disproved, they
on civil rights marchers during their parade in is the government's carry potential meaning a- SEE "MR. JACK" I
this all-white suburb to protest housing discrimination. Bureau of Labor Statistics. bout the Negro racial re- FOR :
The bureau says that in volts which sociologist say ALL ACES
mostly white STYLES FOR
Injured were of Waukegan, Ill.-Ten pea' August, joblessness among have origins in idleness,pov' ,... Vary Lat.... b ...... ,.....
pie injured during rioting Negro youths, when Negro nonwhites most of whomare erty, frustration and de- ,
officer tried to arrest one of them Stokely Negroes rose to 8.2 spair. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Carmichael, chairman of the Non-violent Coordinating per cent of the number em- The increase in the Negro ITALIAN SHOE :

Committee was arrested in Atlanta, Ga. Sept. 8, on ployable, more than twice unemployment flgu res comes 944 NW 2nd Are. Miami, FloridaI I
the 3.4 in a "full employment"economy
per cent unemployment -
charges of inciting and creating a disturbance and I
rate among whites. one In which the em-
bonded $10,500. Two of Carmichael's aides William
Ware and Bobby Vance Walton have already been

charged with inciting a riot. Rep. Wayne Hays (D-Ohio)
told the House of Representatives to call for a federal MEW sroM HOVJUJ rota's

crackdown on Carmichael and his anarchist group. He MOM, nits..WED; ? COFFEE
said, they belong behind bars and the quicker we get A.M.1 rj*.

him there the better off this country is going to be 1 ls.

Stokely is a bitter critic of this nation's Viet Nam Policy IwII USDA- HACK HAWK CAN 69 C
and the leader of the Black Power movement. LNrd NATUTALLT ACIDAST

Even now the people are comparing him with MalcolmX SUNDAY
wiu's .RrvATe atom
the late leader of the Black Nationalist The most I A.M. 7 fj*.

recent incident up to this writing.Fri. Sept. 9, one Negro ..,; .oNE'1. inO. [UT TNIAITS TouCOFFEE I
kid shot to death in Atlanta Ga. by white man and "Sy I' ,:v;,!.S. SIRLOIN BOTTOM TIP ROUND III[ CUT 1SH FROM $ Mnsr i iIiOISI
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woman in passing ,car. GIIADI-A-1TIIS CAq 59 Iw
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PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT Manhattan Borough

President Constance Baker Motley, formerly resigningher TLAT IONI WINGS LL 35 I I

$35,000 a year post Thurs. Sept. 8, and was sworn Y"V r rS SIRLOIN tSis.ills .

into the $30,000-a-year lifetime Federal judgeship ,
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Friday, Sept. 9, which marked the induction of the first to/nAND .

Negro woman in the nation to don the robes of a fe- IL lAG vsLarDAL[ i

deral district court judge. N.Y. Mayor John Lindsay, = .LIRE .ORE BOLD
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and eight Manhattan Councilmen must choose a new 55cESSO I SAVSAGR ROLL 4 .o1 O6ANR PO

Borough President to fill the remaining three oCher '
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years '_ ,._ '10. ... ..
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(Judge Motley) unexpired term. Another Negro is. lWI-W L-EMoI, .RATM hOE.OIANTIONMETRE
expected Cassius Clay retained the Heavyweight HAM LL 129 NsroluD 79T.IONE

Championship of the World, Saturday, Sept. 10, by beat- OIL oAfs ,
ing the German challenger Karl Mildenberger with a or !
as 01.D.CANIII. I r---
technical K. 0. in the 12th Round. Watching Clay in PORTERHOUSE 10n 611I

ring was like seeing Joe Louis in action again. \ o HONEY
SNOWDRIFT STEAK .. .. GLAZED ,% wo 000 MODE "
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SPOTLIGHT GIRL OF THE nMJAR snu E.I I ....y,-
\#EEK Mae Frances is I 3 IS. CANIII OINOA 9 8 '
the daughter of Helen Judge SALAMI SALAMI ..enN 439uoac'I29 1L

(New York's famous model).
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She received her educationin LUNCHION MlAr 69' BACON uc[oBICATLUN La. 99,

New York and is now a NOM_COOKED [RMAN STY[[ '''_TIED IIOt CR ITYU IMI0/1TD.U"
II STYLI ALL MEAT klClED ANEDt LA2[ PUK KI" COLO SAL LACK
nurse at Mt. Sinai Hospital, 2" 1ED 10LOONA ILlC.DNAM "FRANKS OLIVIf '

5th Ambition Ave.:and X-Ray 100 St.lab, NYC.tech M 890' 'U:D 15 9 69c "j49 69 LL59Au '

nician. Favorite music:
ED
MEAT F:.t 11/
rock n' roll, singing group- FRANKS lANSI./ CHIISI
The I I YLLOw 011 wMT[ T
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Four Tops; song: 1
"Reach Out, I'll Be There." Come Oct. 29, Mae Fran- 49 49 IIIE.
I ces will be married to Carlos Ortiz at the Vineyard
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Church.
Congratulations are in order.


JOHNNIE JOHN.SQ, MIAMIAN NEW YORKERJohnny CROP
(formerly of Coconut Grove, 125 Fla. Ave.) a designerof pt IC10W
men's clothing in the General Corp. Garment District 4 BAG 49

NYC. Johnny resides at 509 West 160th St. He sends APPLES
love and regards to his two sisters, Rose and Mary HE I N Z

Lou Johnson.Mary Lou is a teacher at Coconut Grove's Nat! '0M0/f" THICK MIAT IXTRA LAROI

Carver High School.

TOMATO FANCY TIXAfPEPPERS 'O1

TEEN TALK CHATTER MUSIC SURVEY Joe Crane

(Gospel Disc Joe) Newark, N. J. Station WNJR bringinghis SOUP
Gospel Train show to the 125th Street Apollo(NYC) 0

Theatre Sept. 23. Dee Dee Warwick's hit, 'I Warma o FANCY
Be With You" dedicated to Robert 'old Buddy' Sawyer JUMBO 11E

of Key West Stevie Wonder's "Blowing in the 1eANOwICH

Wind" to Reggie Sutherland Mrs. Tyrone Brown, YAMS
(formerly Yvonne Burnson of Philly, Pa) in New Yorkto

be with the Lou Rawl's jazz group appearing at the

Village Gate Saturday night past Juanita Taylor COOKIES HOME aNTWI.
executive dancer at the 125th Stl Baby Grand Nite OL.AG OR lOX .....r .oR. ND.wuTNSw DDMrowr.EMYME
Club Walker's hit, A/7D,-LwY -.R 29 Kool
some beautiful eyefull Junior E1R / 299PIB10
"How Sweet it is" dedicated to the honeymooners 11/I/ Jill MR M.a roll w I,voLT Aura YMTILA sA TEO

James Milledge Gibson Jrs. (she's the former VenndaRei .... tACar J7 a ---HOUSEWARES-
Harris) Percy Sledge's "Warm and Tender '- TOASTIRoRARa
Love" dedicated to Gloria Parker' Five Stairsteps, R ..aIOlUImm .
"World of Fantasy' t? ill Colette Diane Thomas of [ACM === 439A .
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1346 NW 58A Terr. Next week's column will take you ; I NIMSR.Y CL.AK'.PICK-A .EARL /ROMOaKLRNIX -_-_
to Detroit (Motown) Mich., where your reporter just returned KLIINIX OILILYACAL
from a Masonic convention, afterwhich we toured / Tw1A-/ACN 1ATNRQOM M N LOI.1. L t V[
Canada, Ohio, Illinois and Penn. This is Scoop Be- 1 2 f 0I OOI TowILTu I KNIT SHIRTS 39

thel saying time and tide waits for no man. See you 1:' YU'' /IO LIL.L T IAAIIIOA/ COIIA RNIANIM INCH
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\ 11 'NGE Harold .Carswell. of 1166 Saturday Is


1\ : NW 67th St. died Sept. 11. His r I

CARDS OR survived by his wife, Cilia

sisters
Mrs.Carswell Annie; three Brown, Mrs. Citizenship Day

Louise White and Mrs. Cath- .

IN MEMORIAMIn IN leen Stuckey; a brother Chars-. Saturday, Sept. 17 is Citizenship --, support his government, obr y
MEMORIAMIn
IN well. three brothers-in-law; Day. its laws, and defend his

i loving memory of our APPRECIATIONThe other relatives and friends. 'For many citizens, the country

sad but loving memory of dear one family of thelate Arrangements are incomplete. reaction is, "So what?" "Democratic government

our dear mother and sister ISABELL ELIZABETH ._ _.__"A_ Which means that you fails unless citizens show the

Jesse Grant of 320 NW 7th never miss your water until same eagerness to serve their

1 KERR I St. was dead on arrival at the well runs dry.: country that thcyr expect
who departed this life born an
Sept.
J Jackson Memorial on Sept. 9., Even if you were the country to show in serving -
11 1963. are
held. American citizen you them World Book adds.
No local services were ,
There must be a reason we descended from people whoweren't. ,
I' Remains were shipped to became citi, Citizenship Day first
we cannot see They
Courthouse, New proclaimed by President Truman -
An angel of suddenlyhas i Cape May zens through the different
J mercy for final rites and in 1952 falls on a
M i Jersey and
to i of immigration
goHer procesaos-
I i pity with service shares; I Iie burial. naturalization, except for Saturday this year a day

Appeals 'to God, whom she some who became citizens of for golf for football, for

depends Sammie Lee Jones of 1428 the United States by establishing closing the summer cottage,

Whispers 'Ave Maria for life NW 61st Street was dead on the United States by for raking up the first leaves

and waysIn arrival at Jackson Hospital on means of a war. of fall.

the midst of fears. Sept. 10th. He survived by For those people, citizen- But it might be well to

There must be a reason dea his parents, L. S. and Daisy ship was not a "so-what" stop a moment and think of

.y wr one j Bell Jones; two brothers, proposition. It was one of the poeple who won for you

You suddenly had to go I Oscar and Devon; a grandmother the most important things your citizenship in this

Life is a journeyA Mrs. Bertha Smith of in thai fives."Citizenship. full "nation of immigrants"

journey in which we al I i Philadelphia; one aunt; two means whether they won it with

find joy, sadness and grie: i uncles; other relatives and membership in a country, musket or bayonet nearly 200
i : World Book Encyclo-
--'-- --' -- says
Sleep on dear one. We will friends. Services were held its years ago, or by crossing the

MRS. ADLINE SCOTT remember ,you as of old | on Thursday Sept. 15 in the pedia. "A country and Atlantic in a reeking.steeragein
citizens not really -
who passed on to eternal rest: Knowing you found joy in chaoel at 4 p.m. are sepa the, 18408 or by riding on

September 16, 1964. your heavenly home. attt rate."Citizenship involves a DC-6 in 1948.

"There is a land of pure delight MRS. BELLE WHITE Robert Marshall of 1738 And think, too, of the
Mrs. Charlotte Louise Bowe
both civic and rightsin
who expired August 31, 1966 NW 4th Ave. died Jackson political people who will raise their
sister at home employ this methodto survived the United States Constitution hands this
Where we all must Hospital. He is by a right Citizenship
go day or Mrs. Enith Wallace, niece : in'state constitutions
t night.As publicly express our heart- sister, Pearl Miller and six and Day and take the oath of
4340 SW 19th St. Holly-
you slipped away, went out wood, Fla. I felt thanks and appreciation other sisters; five brothers; guarantee civil rightsto allegiance to the United
of sight shown during the illness and four aunts other relatives and all Americans A child States the final step in

Your life left a beautiful light -- death of our loved one. Knowing friends. Services were held possesses civil rights, suchas becoming a naturalized citi-

',Which always shine through IN MEMORIAMIn that others cared brought Wednesday Sept. 14 in the the right to worship as he zen the oath that begins:
comfort and of mind.It pleasesfrom the moment : he
r the darkest of nighU us peace chapel. is "I hereby, declare on oath
bom.
loving memory of our Miss Candice Mathis of 950 that I absolutely and en-
W was a joy to receive the "In turn each citizens
Mrs. Florella Turpin dear mother NW 51st Street died Sept. 11. tirely renounce and abjure all
I Mrs. Annie R Glo'v many cards, telegrams, floral owes allegiance to his coun-
r She is survived by a daughter, allegiance and fidelity to any
Mrs. Jennie arrangements, various dona- try. It is his civic duty to
I Redding tions of and covered Rena Stewart; a sister, Annie foreign prince, potentate,
money
Mrs. Sennie Simmon Mathis other relatives and of whom
I dishes from our neighbors, ; state, or sovereignty,
J Mrs. Eva Mae Waters friends and co-workers during friends. Services were held or which I have heretofore

I Mrs. Azzie L. Joyce, dghts.. f<;, the stay in the hospital, Tuesday, Sept. 13 in the Infant son Rodney B. been a subject or citizen;
Mr. Albert Scott, Son ;: chapel.Mrs.. that I will and defend
support
at home, and in the end. Conley of Mr. ,and Mrs. Con-
I Mrs. Eva H. Smith Sls'terI '
the Constitution and
Special thanks to Rev. P. S. ley, graveside services,
Grands and Greatgrand children < Brown, the Mt. Tabor Baptist Ida Russell of Princeton Thursday 4:30 p.m. Lincoln laws of the United States

I Church and its entirety. died Sept. 9. Sire is sur- Memorial. Survivors also include against all enemies, foreignand

.\ vived by her husband, Grover; domestic; that I will
I Also the Range Funeral grandparent.Mrs. .
the a brother, Harrison Pollack; bear true faith and allegiance -
Home and Alpha Chi Pi
CARD '. a mother Mrs. Viola Wardlow "
I OF THANKS Omego Sorority, the Masonic ; Aretha Moore, 12040 .
other relatives and friends.No In fact might even
family, the GUO of Pall SW 216th St., Goulds died you
I, The family of the late local services were held. will murmur that oath to yourselfthis
Bearers of America, and all '$ept. 10, and be funer.Ii -
local involved. Final rites and burial will be' Citizenship Day.
the lodges ted. Sept. 24 at 2 p.m. from
.
held in Madison
Florida.
'r Again, we say thanks. May the Mt. Olive Baptist Church
'"
MRS. VIVIAN L. HOGS God bless each and Remains shipped Friday. Include
i everyoneof in South Miami. Survivors .
who departed this life Sept.
you. mother, Mrs. Annie
..... 15, 1965. Marcella Simon of 1269 NW
Rivers father George Pridgen,
;
We have spent many hours The Family 44th st.' died Sept. 9. lie is HANKER
sisterMrs. .
one RubyMcNeal.Frank
,
remembering that sad day, and survived by two daughters, Isaac Sinquefleld of.1514''

the days that' followed which Willie Parker and Nancy Simon Fletcher, 16230 NW NW 57th St. was fatally injured -

have left a gap that cannot ; two sons, Henry and Sa- 19th Ave.,O -locka died Sept. Monday when struck by

L be filled in our lives. She muel Franklin; a sister, Mrs. 13. Survivors are wife, Mrs. an automobile. His survivorsare

is gone, but not forgotten. CARD OF THANKS Parthenia Hills; nine grandchildren -Mary Fletcher, eight children. two sisters Mrs. Pearl
,
; two great-grand Sinquefield and Mrs. Helen
The family of the late Arrangements are incomplete.;
Daughters: children; other relatives and Reeves, two brothers James

w nt. Catherine Bain, Jane Jones, REV. THOMAS ROLLE friends. Services were held Harvey Mintze, 2092 Ali of Chicago and Samuel, an,


Leverity, Goldie! Mullins many friends for the overwhelming chapel. Sept. 11. Survivors are wife, other relatives. Funeral ser-

and Juanita Williams. amount of cards, Rosa. Arrangements incom- vices Saturday in the chapel.

'! Sons: telegrams, gifts and flowers plete.
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sent to them during their sad
GEORGE BLATCHwho John and David IBggs. hour. ALBERT. .

expired Aug. 22 and was James Love, 1515 NW 49th .
laid to 27 wish IN MEMORIAM It'was gratifying to be sur-
rest Aug. to funeralized 10 from
rounded by the ministers and St., Sept.
express our heartfelt thanks MEMORIAL PARK
the Liberty City Chapel. LINCOLN
officers of the Atlantic Coast
and appreciation to our many .

friends and neighbors for Baptist Association, brightly Miss Ernestine Kinchen
,
their kindness of cards, telegrams shining Eastern ClementineB. Stars and 1498 NW 59th St. died Sept. 7. 3001 NW 46* STREET NE 44197E.
their G. W. Matron
floral arrangements, of and was funeralized from the
.Nelson Daniels,Heroines
and all acts of kindness
.J Jericho, Heroines of Templar Liberty City chapel Sept. 15.
"j shown to us during our hours Churches, Daughters* Isis Survivors are her parents, Mr. JOHNSON MANAGER. OX-1-9199

of bereavement. Special and Loyal Ladies of the and Mrs. Earnest Kinchen,one
'thanks to Rev. Purdy S.
Steve Henry, a daughter,
Golden those
Brown and members of Mt. Circle, masons
Tabor Baptist Church. Elder were faithful to the end and Christina Louise, three
,aq brothers, five sisters, one
Arthur Wilson and Elder those sir Knights who con-
veyed the body to the church grandmother, two grandfathers,
Shadrach Lewis of the Churchof
six and uncles.
aunts two
and Rev. Ernest
God of Prophecy, and Elder grave.
Williams and his choir, Rev.
Ruben Cox. Seventh Day Mrs. Barbara Ann,Williams
I. Mickins, Rev. Purdy Brownof
Order of
'Adventist United, 1540 1st 10 died
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church NW Ct., Apt.
Pall Bearers Lodge No. 11
,
and ushers and Bain's Funeral Sept. 7 and was shipped .r
United Faith Christian Society 9 Tuesday Sept. 13 to the
Home who went beyond the
No. 3. Mt. Sinai Lodge
call of God bless Gainous Funeral Home in
duty. May
No. 502, to the Amingo S.S. .
Daytona Beach, for final
Club,Mr. Frank J. Rooney and MR.ROBERT BEN SMITH JR. you and keep all of you. rites and burial. Survivors include -

staff, Southern Bell TelephoneCo. who departed. this life Sept. Mrs. T. A. Rolle her husband, Conley 1
., Mr. Fred Astor and staff, 14 1965.
And Family Earl, two sons, one daughter,
Club A-La-Page and to Mrs. One sad and lonely year mother, three sisters, four THOUGHTFUL,

A. Range and her splendid has passed since you went. brothers and many other rela- "

staff. Again, a precious one fromus tives. BEAUTIFUL SERVICESOur

is gone. A voice we loveda

Mrs. Carnetta BlatchI place is vacant in our FRANCISMrs. Boise Smith, 1415 NW ability and desire to

And FamilyIN home filled. All which is dark can within never our be Veronica Sears Butlerof 62nd St.Saturday died Sept.11 a.m.11. from Services ;:'"' : carry out your wishes, togethei .

1034 NW 50th St. died Sept. '
dwelling. Lonely is our hearts-
the Liberty City Chapel. Sur- with
services will be our experience,
today for the one we loved so Sept. Funeral vivors include fife, Mrs.

IN MEMOhlAM dearly has forever passed held Saturday Sept. 17,3 p.m. Lucille Smith, one son, Willie mean u service !hat is
at Greater New MacedoniaM.
In memory of our loved ,away.Gone B. Church with Rev. Ros-one grandson, Raymond conducted with beauty.and
but not forgotten. Smith, niece, Mary L. Jud-
oneCORA EDGECOMBE coe Jackson pastor officla-son. I' understanding-to comfort.

Mrs. Bessie L. Smith, mother ting. Remains will repose Inthe ,

We Ipve you but God loves Cora L. Perry, sister chapel beginning 2 p.m. on v.)
you best. lie stretched forth Fannie Sheppard, sister Friday until 7 p.m., then she John W. Morrow, 21676 SW

his loving hands on Sunday, Viola Scales, sister will repose at her home beginning 120th Ave., Goulds, died "
9. Services ; "My Father in Heaven
September 14, 1952 and 8 p.m. on Friday until Sept. Saturday 2 help
p.m. from Union Baptist me never to forget Thy love
his
gently selected you from funeral time Saturday. Sur-
earthly garden of plenty and CARD OF THANKSMrs. vivors include her husband; Church, Goulds. Survivors include if looks up to me in.the
wife, Mrs. Cora Morrow, S I beauty of the flower
beauty for an ever abiding Albert; one daughter, Cherrie; ,
Lucille Riou two sons, John W. Morrow
gratefully ,
presence in his kingdom. father, Hezekiah Sears; Mo- John Henry Joweff
her Abraham Rudolph three
appreci
expresses Annie Sears %
ther, Mrs. ; one 4
Mrs. Roena Livingston, ation to everyone for their sister, Mrs. Virginia Williams; brothers, Elbert, Malachi, Oscar L. Range

daughter kindnesses, cards, flowers, one brother; Mr. Nealon Matthew, two sisters, Mes- y.

I Mrs. Edna E. Johnson, etc. during herrecent illness. Sears and a host of other relatives *dames Sallie Mae Deeps and /lt Funeral Home
Flossie Mae Salad.
granddaughter May God bless each of you. arid friends.





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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 16, 1966 13

Irm of Protest Over Radio Station Banning GOP Candidate Names Negro AidSt.


Simone's Recording of 'Four Women'A
PetersburgEllis Rubin. press coordinator for the candidate for State Legisla
Miami Beach attorney, Re campaign. Williams Imme-
because my parents were publican Candidate for At- diately sought appointees In ture.Norman E. Jones is na-
slaves Whatdothey call me? torney General announcedthe the major counties to serveas tionally known In the fields
My name is "Peaches." appointment of LW. Ike Deputy Coordinators. of Public Relations and Journalism -
Nina feels that as an Art- Williams of SI Petersburg to as a Political Analystand
i ist she is. being denied the his campaign staff as State Williams is a veteran in contributor to several
r privilege of communicatingwith Coordinator. In making the the political arena, a prac- Negro Newspapers with a
r Ir ., n,, f fk fr the public. A spokesman appointment Rubin stated the ticing attorney, he is First weekly column "Let's talk
for Miss Simone said appointee will be a memberof vice-president of the Florida Politics." A registered Demo
the lyrics have been read his "Brain Trust. In a Voters League, Inc.; third crat, he is active in the promotion
and accepted by a cross- letter confirming the appoint- vice-president, National Negro of strong two-party
section of the community ment the candidate said, Republican Assembly; system In Florida, he is a
and wasn't found objection- "you are authorized to ad in founder and 'president, former Public Relations Director -
able.The my name and In my behalf Southside Republican Club; of the Florida Elks As-
Album is rated on and to do whatever is neces- member, Plnellas County Republican sociation and currently Pub-
one of the current best sel- sary to forge a winning team Executive Com- lic Relations Director of the
lers1st.. and to wage a victorious. mittee; former special'assistant Florida Voters League, Inc.
lers list. campaign." ; Republican State Executive Rubin will kick off his cam
The request for Miss. SI- Immediately after the ap- Committee; Lecturer paign in a meeting with his
mone t o sing Four Women"at Rubin and Williams Man-
pointment Republican Campaign state campaign staff In Or-
concert, college, and club announced the appointment agement Seminar; former lando Saturday, September17th
dates is topped only by re- of Norman E. candidate for St. PetersburgCity at the Quality Court
quest, for Gershwin's "Porgy" Jones as public relations and Council and two-time Garden Motel.
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 16, 1966




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NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. MT. ZION AME ST. PAUL AME NEW MACEDONIARev.

W. E. Sims, pastor Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor Roscoe Jackson, pastor

Mary L. Mayfield, reporter Mary Rawls, reporter Willie J. Beard, reporter

We of MU Zion pride our
The chairman and Cochairman services were officers
Sunday's The president,
selves in our teamwork, and
have set the wheelsof 11 really at their best. Mrs. and members of Choir No. 2
Sunday, Sept. was no
I' I success in motion for our exception. Neither did the Alma Carter, chairman for wish to thank each and everyone
i Women's Day program. Your Womerl's Day is asking for who accompanied and
MARTIN MEMORIAL cooperation is needed In all weather mar the success of the full support from the entire supported them in their JORDAN GROVE
of the coming events. Let us our Fashionette Tea. May membership to make
last Sunday
AME LEE God bless Mrs. Arletha Battle of Songs on
ever
make this the peatestWoman's Wisenbaker, too modest to this Women's Day one of the afternoon with Choir No. Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor

Rev. RJI. Johnson,. pastor and Day-spiritual want her name mentioned, for best in the church's history. 2 of Greater New Bethel of Helenm Wooten, reporter'
financially. The pastor
it thru her that Opa-locka. We had a very
to the last news report official was Mrs.
and staff is counting
this reporter made an error instating Eberette Murphy, an in- Plan to have a delicious good time"in the name of the Last Sunday service was

the degree received on all each captains of you.are Remember asked to, structir of North Dade Junior dinner Sunday Sept. 18 in the Lord. Special thanks to the at its best. The morning message -

by Rev. Johnson. Instead of raise $300. High was invited to be annex with Mrs. Ann Shenett Junior Church, Choir No. 1 was delivered by one of

Philosophy degree, he was our narrator. Mrs. Murohy in .and Mrs. Tommie Washington.This and Usher Board No. 2 who our young ministers, Rev.

awarded the Doctor of Divinity Activities: Sept. 18 at 7 turn brought one of her is to benefit women's appeared on the program.On White.At.

from Edward Waters College p.m., a Night of Talent spon- classes in clothing construction Day. Sept. 19 the newly- 3 p.m. choir No. 1
in Jacksonville, Florida. sored by Deacon Board. as models who modeled elected chairman and cochairman --closed out its 9th anniver
along with the models of the Choir No. 2 would like to of our third annual sary. Bro. Herman Thomasis

Although the clouds hung Monday, Sept. 19, 8 p.m. church. thank each and everyone for Men's Day are asking all men the president. The pastor

heavy on Sunday, September Irwin Futefas of Legal Services After the adukt talent ,the fine support given them and boys of the church to, closed out the service withan

11, Usher Board No. 1 had a B-2 will discuss prob- program and the Fashionette last Sunday night. Special please meet at the churchat old fashion prayer meet-
its tenth
for anniver.ity. -
turnout
large The entire group lems of martial responsibilities Tea we turned our minds and thanks to our Junior Choir 8 p.m. for the first meetingto ing.Our

and spiritually and obligations, divorce, appetites to the beautifully for a job well done. get organized for this day. pastor has announced
inspired
was juvenile and support and cus- decorated tables which held The chairman promises if plans to march back into our

blessed by the great sermon tody matters. We believe you loads of fancy cookies, mintsof Don't forget the Laymenwill you meet early you will leave spacious and modem building

preached by Rev. W.Church R. Ivoryof in will benefit from this meet- many hues, hot and iced meet at St. Paul Church early. Deacon Vandell Bovanis which has been under con-

Antioch Baptist The music in Co Plan to attend. tea served with cherries and Sunday, Sept. 18 at 3 p.m. the chairman and Bro. struction for about three

Liberty City. of wedges of lemon, donatedby Please plan to attend this EdwardOoodwin, cochairman.The months.
1
rendered Choir No.
by Sunday, Sept. 25, 2:30 p.m. meeting. It is very important. The fourth
Martin Memorial AME added the ladies of the church. Pastor's Aid Club will Sunday morn-
Choir No. will celebrateits
much to the services. They 1 Mrs. Josephine Mackey is begin celebrating its first ing at 11 a.m. will be home-

proved that singing is the anniversary. This is an always superb as the mistressof Remember those who are anniversary Sept. 23 and con- coming day for all Jordan

coming of the angels, Mr. enjoyable program. We will I, ceremony. Want to work? 1 less fortunate than we are and clude the fourth Sunday. Sis. Grove. We are inviting all
be expecting
Samuel McPhee, president of you. Come to busy Mt. Zion. i say a special prayer for them. Tommie S. Jones, president. of our friends and well wish
ers to join us at that date.
the Board, and all its mem-
---- .Rememberyou are always wel-
bers wish to thank all who
come at Jordan Grove.
came out and to those who

Without participated you on the the anniversary program. South Florida AME Missionary Board at Greater BethelBy

-
program would not have beena MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev.
success. Services all day Rev. Joseph E. S. Ray Society and Mrs. Alice J. ference series of the 11th ference in London, England,

were spiritually great. Our Barr, president 'of Greater Episcopal District (Florida Aug. 15-18, will show activi- P. S. Brown, pastor

pastor preached out of his The Executive Board of Bethel!, Miami, group, will be state' and the Bahamas Islands ties of Dr. S. A. Cousin, Dessie Crockett, reporter
the South Florida Annual Con- hostesses for the meeting British West Indies) of pastor of Greater Bethel,

heart.The ference Branch women's Saturday at which the con- the sesquicentemiel year of and the Rev. J. B. Blacknell During the absence of our

Junior Usher Board Missionary Society and Young, ference president Mrs. Jen- the African Methodist Epis- of St. James AME, Church, pastor, Rev. J. Hendon, assistant -
will celebrate its Third Anni- Peoples Department will neatte Kelley, will present copal church. In addition to* Miami who was an observerat minister, delivered the

versity on the fourth Sundayin meet at Greater Bethel AME the plans for Mrs. Oretha the "Night in White", Mrs. the World Methodist Con sermons which were very

September at 3. Please Church, 245 NW 8th St., Sa- Tillman Hatcher, Episcopal Hatcher and her husband, the f erence. The Rev. T. C., inspiring and powerful. The

come out and give our child- turday, Sept. 17 at 11 a.m. to Supervisor for the November SU Rev. E. C. Hatcher, Sr., Kelley, 'Jr. architect builder -music was rendered by the

ren your full support. plan for the 76th session of meeting. Mrs. Kelley will be ,DD., presiding prelate of the of St. Paul will be host male chorus which was at its

The Women of the Church the annual conference which host president at the Novem- diocese-and president of the pastor and Dr. J. A. Roberts,

have started planning for our convenes at the New S t. ber meeting. AME Council of Bishops, host presiding elder. best.The Junior Ushers are

Women's Day Progr am. Every- Paul AME Church, 1892 NW will give a travelogue witha celebrating their 18th anni-
9.ne is asked to pitch in and 51st Street, Nov. 22-27. 1966. The 76th session at New motion picture of the Holy About 250 members of the Sunday 18 at
Mrs. L. JohnsCousin2nd St. Paul's Institutional AME and executive committee are expected versary' Sept.
work hard to make the second Mary Land tour of the Bishop 3 with Rev. Cook
Sunday in October the best vice president of the Church will be a feature of Mrs. Hatcher, and scenes from to attend the meetingat guest p.m.minister. Rev. Cook as isa

Women's Day ever held du- Episcopal Branch Missionary tho centennief annual car the World Methodist Con- Greater Bethel Saturday. member of New Bethel Bap-

ring the history of our tist Church of Opa-locka anda

church. The ladies are being former deacon of the area.

guided by two very capable The membership and com-
leaders, Mrs. Gloria Little- MT. CALVARYThe FRIENDSHIPRev. GRACE BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST munity are invited to witness

field Chairman Mrs. Maxine J. E. Jenkins PRESBYTERIAN
No. 2 Usher Board pastor this spiritual program being
Coles, Co-Chairman. This is will Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOur being rendered by the Juniors.
celebrate its anniversary 6895 NW 14th Avenue Rev. Phillip H. Cooper. pastor
our church, it is up to each
of us to make it what we SePt. 18 at 3 p.m. at the associate ministers Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor Pauline I. Cooper, reporter
would Masonic Temple, 1742 NW delivered most inspiring
have it to be. This
3rd 'Ave. Rev. W. E. Sims, sermons while our pastor was "The Christian First Sunday serviceswere
be done Non-Con-
cannot by staying
and complaining. Attend pastor of New Hope will be away attending the National fonnist' win be the title of high throughout the day. CHARLES WILLIAMS
away the guest speaker. You Convention in Dallas, Texas. The pastor preached two
church : are our sermon this Sunday morn .GUEST SPEAKER AT
especially
meetings
your invited ,to come out and wit- We expect our pastor back ing. Bible background for.,very inspiring, sermons. Th*
the Official -Board Meeting ness a program that has been early in the week and he is the message is: '"Be not conformed .'choir was,at Us best as usual/: GREATER BETHEL AME
here learn the busi-
you spiritually planned with God expected to deliver both morning by the renewing of Sept. 18 is our annual o
ness side of your church. We The Usher Board No.3
in mind. and evening sermons on your mind." Romans Men's Day. You are cordially ,
12:2.
peed participation.you! Can we count on The youth, along with Sunday. We are praying fora Also: The Story of Joseph, invited to worship with us on of Greater Bethel AME Church

your Mrs. Vivaloria Green and safe trip home. in the book of Genesis. this day. The main speakerwill cordially invites you to attend -

Mrs. Eddie Lee Rucker, ex- be Mr. Fletcher Paschal, its 16th Annual Tea,
press their deepest appreciation No. 2 Ushers Board will The Primary Choir,directed director of EOPI Center. Sunday, SePt.' 25, '3:30: to 6
AME to who have their anniversary Sunday by Mrs. Juanita Ephriam and Theme: "Christian Man and p.m. in the church's base-
NEW BETHEL everyone helped'to
at 3 with Mr. Willie Whytehe the "
make the fashion show a p.m. Rev. will new Community. Mr. ment.
GOULDS FLORIDARev. success. Bells and the Choir of South' be dedicated this Sunday Charles Hadley will introducethe Again, we are presenting

L Holmes, pastor Miami in charge. You are .in morning.We speaker. Prof. Charles 1; Williams,
vited.; Deacon James LewisIs former principal of Booker T.
Mrs. C. M. Joyner, reporter
are moving into the
the eaident.We .
I Washington High' School
Services were spirituallyhigh ZION HOPERev. loyalty season of our church. Aesently Dean -of Edward,

all day last Sunday. The P. Freeman, pastor are praying for our sick Soon we will be observing BAHA'IS I ASSEMBLYThe 'waters College/ Jacksonville
entire congregation was and those in distress. Visi- anniversary week and ,every
Sis. Jackson
E. reporter
member'cenn. as guest speaker. We
spiritually awaken as our tors are always'welcome.. All mem-' Baha'is of Miami will also have an outstanding
pastor preached out of his Services were spiritually Come to church, have your bers are urged to rally to commemorate World Peace of talent.
program we will be
high all day last Sunday.Our steady church
soul. The No. 1 Choir sang faith lifted. attendance Day at a meeting to be held looking for you.
pastor is still away. and hiDa-
beautifully and everyone for him safe Sunday, September 18 at 6:30 Mrs. Florence Washingtonis
We are praying a
went home feeling very much at the James
and happy trip. p.m. E. Scott president and Rev. s. A.
uplifted. The working hard SALTERS CHAPEL Community Association head- Cousin is pastor.
The A. C. E. League was women are NEW MT. MORIAH quarters, 4900 NW 7th Ave.

opened at 5 p.m. Sunday, and for their women's Day proIJ'8IDo Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor Rev. A. L. Shipp Mr. August H. Vanden Bos-
Sister Marie Freeman pastor
every Sunday. Flossie Marshall, reporter Sis. che, executive director of HELP HELP>> HELP
Evelyn
The<< evening service was is asking all ladies to please Souter, reporter the Florida Council on Human

also high. The pastor delivered cooperate with the Women We were so happy to have We had wonderful services Relations, will speak on REV. ROOSEVELT

two wonderful sermons Day Program. is asked so many lovely visitors withus Sunday, with our pastor and "World Peace The Imperative FRANKLINof
for the day. Everyone to Sunday morning "
Among our own Rev. Jackson bringing challenge.
The pastor's mother is attend prayer meeting on them was the lovely Sis. Scott the messages. They really Governor Hayden Bums Macon, Ga.

visiting with him and his Tuesday night..* Come 9:30 to from New Providence Baptist preached out of their souls has issued a proclamation DIVINESPIR
Sunday school a-m.
wife and enjoyed these'ser Sunday morning. Church who sang a beautiful and the holy spirit dwelt designating September 18 as HEALER
vices with us. We were happyto solo that burned the hearts of with us. World Peace Day in Florida. esM Utrebr gfctag victory

have Mrs. Holmes with us. those who heard her. Salters, to t5J. anaaty e's

Our Men's Day has been Chapel along with the pastor No. 1 Choir Is having a PIObIe.SUCCESS.. 'YO1/RS--
CAN BE
set up and we are looking ASCENSION rendered service at St. John musical program Sunday at 3 See or write me today. I

forward to a very successful EPISCOPAL A.M.E. at South Miami. Rev. p.m. The public is invited. Be a Harass Aloe' have a special message for
day on the second Sunday in Grisby is the pastor. every troubled soul. Last
The Episcopal Church of THE IDEAL
No. 3 Choir Juniors) will SCHOOL
October with Mr. T. Z. Roux week many, many people
chairman and Mr. W. E. Mc- the Ascension, Richmond Mr. Annie Lee Oxmter is have their anniversary at 3 FOR TRAINING were helped by my special:

Intosh as co-chairman. Heights, cordially invites working hard along with Mrs. P-m. Sept. 25th. NURSES' AIDES elected Bible reading;
attend its Second An- to be read on Special Day*.
to co-chairman
Special get well wishes you Juanita Shepperd, 2380 W.
Flagl.r If
strttt want to be delivered
and prayers go out for our nual Pay Day For Christ, to make our ifxnui' Day Our deepest sympathy to quickly.you Send
Call and
young Mr.Jimmie Lee. Walker Sunday, Sept. 25 at 4 to 6 one to be remembered in Mrs. Anderson in the loss of or writ. for life,... stamped, self-addressed$1.00

a member of the Intermediate p.m., Tot's Town Kindergarten years to come. her brother in Jacksonville tioi: 443-9741 envelope to:
J 14680 Bethune Drive. Fla. Wonting' Classes
School class choir REV. ROOSEVELT
Sunday The school is
nursery now
member and leader of Junior The Rt. Rev. James L. Dun- open and registering childrenfor 9 a... to 12 p... FRANKLIN
u can, Suffragan Bishop of the We are still asking Evtning'
Class No. 4. Also for Mr. the school term. See or your Classes 630 MORROW 'AVE.
William Storkey who is in Diocese of South Florida will call 633-3832. Mrs. E. Finch. prayers. for our: pastor, shut- 7 ta 10 p... Macon aa.,Phone SH.:5-6475
Baptist Hospital. Let us be the guest for this occa- ins, bereaved families and Register ROW for YOU walle& these

pray for our sick and shut- sion. The Rev. William R. Remember the sick and those in the armed services. aewclasses. SPECIAL SELECTED BIBLE

ins. Pickles, vicar. shut-ins. Visitors 'always welcome.' VERSES MAIL



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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. Seotember 16. 19& IS

[ Of Incarnation To Patricia Ann Kelly and Julius" Lee, Jr. MarriedThe I


Sponsor Leadership ,
marriage of Miss Pat-
ru
ricia Ann Kelly, daughter of ; -
Training Sessions"The Mr and Mrs. Leon E. Kelly
to Mr. Julius Travis Lee,
Future of the Churchthe Boyle, Dept. of Religion, Mi- Jr., son of Mrs. Vanilla Lee
Church of the Fu. amI; "The Protestant-Roman and Julius T. Lee Sr., took
c"Is the theme for thd first Catholic Dialogue"with Rev. place recently In Saint
mi nity-wlde series of Luther Pierce, Baptist and Mary's Wesleyan Methodist !Atw'
.dership training sessionse Executive Secretary of the Church. Rev. Harold Stuart
sponsored by the Great- GMC of C and a Roman officiated at the wedding.Mr. .

I Miami Council of Catholic priest; "Ways of Linton Berrien played
lurches, Department ofIristldrflSdwcation Teaching" by Mrs. Audrey the wedding music, and
Twelve Frazier, Episcopal "Drama
; Miss Antoinette spicer was
lirses will be offered on six in Christian Education; the soloist.
[nse ut1ve Thursdayhts "Missionary education in the Potted Palms, an arch of
Sept. 29 through local church" by Rev. greenery with bouquets of
vember 3, at 7::30 until Knox, Methodist. Also there yellow-orange and white
kO at the Allapattah MeJdlst will be offered:"Creative Activlties mems and wedding bells
Church, 2001 NWth in Guiding Children." were.used as decoration.
| Street.A Mrs. Linton Smith Metho- The bride, who was given ,- Ht _
dist; "How Adults Learn," in marriage by her father,
faculty drawn from six Reb. H. Huntzicker, Congregational was in a gown of chantilly
(nominations,* plus a Jew- ; "The Superintendent lace over white peau de sole, LA
li rabbi and a Roman Cath- and his task;" "Ad. and a wattaeu train appll-
lie priest,is one of the unique ministering a home and fam qucd with seeded pearls and -
[ferings of this educational ily life program," Mrs. S. bordered with the same lace.
._.
eavor Mr. Robert Sim- Milledge, ----- --- -- -----
Congregational; Her elbow-length veil of tulle
A, a member of the Church and "A course of illusion
our Span- held match traditional
was by a old,
something
j the Ooen Door will teach ish Speaking friends" Miss Linda Kelly, sister Tyrone Williams, nephew
Rev. headdress. She carried her
ing maternal
Helping Young I ople De- Luis de Arc, Methodist.It a of the bride, Maid of Honor, of the groom was ring grandmothers'
lop Christian Beliefs" in semi-cascade bouquet of lil- was in tangerine bearer. wedding band, somethingnew
rtnership with Mrs. Gloria churches is will hoped that many lies of the valley and whiter over tangerine peau organza de sole Mr. Arnold Preshay was her bridal gown, something
send a large es. borrowed, her moth.er's
ashington of the First
and tulle matching head Best Man.
nlted delegation to take advantageof cultured pearl necklace,
[ Presbyterian Church
this for dress. She carried a bouquet The Ushers were: Mr.Gilbert
Coral Gables. Other opportunity adult and earrings, something
of Mr. Donald
urses are: "Christians in Christian educationand Sun ST. JAMES AME yellow mums. Miss Depue blue a blue lace garter givento
Geri Blanchet, Miss Gwen- Mr.
Weddington Reginald
day School teacher
ring for crisis and con- training. her by one of her brides-
rversy," taught by Rev. Individual registration also Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pastor dolun Shelley, Miss Gloria Burton, and Mr. John Sam- maids.
ton olson, Lutheran; "The will be welcomed. The regis- Bert Cooper, reporter Poitioer and Miss Diane uel, Jr. Following wedding reception
ophets and their message," tration fee, which includes Stewardess Board No. 3 Reeves, Bridemalds were in Mrs. Kelly, mother of was held at the homeof
bbbi, Sol Landau, Templeth purchase of all necessary will celebrate its 14th anni- nile-green organza over the bride, was in aqua lace the bride's parents.
David and Dr. George books, is $2.00 per person. versary Sunday at 3 p.m. The nile-green peau de sole. The over aqua peau de sole,floor Mr. and Mrs. Julius Travis
pastor has been selected as brkiemaids wore tulle match- length gown. Lee, Jr. will leave for
the speaker. Mrs. Gladys Na- ing headdresses, and carried Mrs. Lee, mother of the Nassau at the end of their
lew Postal Money Order DesignPostmaster than is president.Mrs. bouquets of orange mums. groom, was in an orchid Nassau at the end of this
Classic Porter and ensemble.The month for a brief delayed
her September-ites have along The four adorable flower bride chose as the honeymoon..
hot summer (month) to be girls, Stephenie Wheeler,
E. M. Dunlap order in magnetic ink, enab-
"
pounced that the new ling the bank check sorting working hard. These "ites Garcelia Coleman, Thoma-
machine are still plugging and having sina Johnson and Eunice
stat money orders designed to process. them at
J cut in half their processing high speeds events which they urge you to Hogan wore identical gowns .
fcie through the banking With the new issuance, support. of lemon-yellow organza l OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
The
annels will be placed on money orders can now be processed October-ites are sponsoring over yellow peau de sole
lie throughout the nation on 'entirely by machines a "Night of Fun" at and carried white baskets
tober 8, according to Post- from the time of purchase the home of Mrs. Luedella with yellow and orange IRING RESULTS
Johnson, 1871 NW 63rd St.
aster General Lawrence F. through commercial banks to petals.
'Brien Federal Reserve Banks and
Post Office Department's
---
The new money ordersre Money Order Dibision. This
developed in cooperan marks the first major changein
with the banking indus- the money order form sin ce
They will be gray-tinted 1963, when the Post Office COMES OPERATION
id slightly larger, makingem Department placed special
compatible with checks punch-type money order issuing -
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/ The bank routing post office both at home and
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ost Office Department's count now being adapted to accom-
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r 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 16, 1 6L____ __.___ """, ,,,,,-4
, v'< 3 SpecialistsJoin


\ Teens -.rjm\l'\ q,:7".:'.',"" ,..;,,_L .iJi:: 't:..2 ro"' -- EOPIProgram
In the non-graded program
More children are succeeding matlcs continuing as the
at a children are permitted HereThree
failure subject
highest
in Dade County's ahead at their
eook to move
Follow-
schools. rate of 10 percent
public own speed in programs
math infailurewere these
ing specialists in the
The failure rate droppedby geared to individual differen
1.08 percent the past subjects listed in order fields of employment, fiscal
why not? science, business education, and community re-
*,., school year over the year ces."Some children are 'slow planning
foreign languages, social sources have)joined tHe operations -
previous, a new report startersbut frequently can
studies Industrial arts. Lan-
of the Economic Opportunity -
reveals.
luscious cooking makes swinging parties Of more than 200,000 guage arts brought up the catch up and move with ahead their nice-age Program, Inc., a-.
groups
Mom's cooking the yummiest? Her parties are the most? children enrolled as of June, 6.5.rear with a failure rate of ly," explains Dr. John gency that in Dade fights the war on
You, too, can excel In both departments, be as up to the only 9,769 or4.88-were Bahner, associate super- poverty County.
minute in the kitchen failed against 5.96 percent Edwyn E. Lewis, Jr., for-
as you are "with" the latest dance Overall, the report shows intendent for instruction.As
craze or grooviest platter spinning.Of In 1964-65. slight increases in grades 9, the program continuesand merly executive assistant to
course, there'll still be time for get-together at your Grades one and eight 11, 12 and decreases in children at certain points the executive director of the
favorite spot where the gang meet II fo Shin, dance'and ex- again proved the most dif- the remaining grades. are classfied at certain grade Southern Regional Council
change ideas In the latest "In" talk: But, home can be the ficult grades to weather. The Accounting for a portionof levels, effect of the non-' has assumed duties as fiscal
solid spot for getting together with friends. And, there you report, prepared by the the decrease in early graded program on failures planner for the EOPL
can really show toadvantageyourtalentsand"know how"in school system's Departmentof grades, school officials fee can better be determined. Joseph Marvin Smith, for-
the culinary (cooking)department Administrative Reserach, is extension of the non- "Since welfare of the child merly with the St Petersburg
In short you can show friends and family with the shows that while first gradersled graded program. Some 35- is the important aspect of branch of the Florida Indus-
swingingest party made even greater by your creative abil- the field, their fallurerate 066 pupils 45 elementary any school program, since trial Commission, State Em-
ity In menu-planning and preparation. decreased from 12.09 to schools were participating in failure tends to beget failure, ployment Service, will serve
However, before you are at home at the kitchen range, 9.03. Eighth grade failures non-graded program. Some and since each additional as the EIPI's community
remember that safety rules apply there as they do every- dropped from 9.45 to 8.68. 35,066 pupils In 45 elemen- year a child spends In school resources assistantJohn
where else. careful,use pot holders.Turn handles of pans Sixth grade appeared the tary schools were participating costs some $520 in tax
to the back of the stove. Peel vegetables and fruits away easiest for children with a In non-graded programs monies, any reduction in
from yourself. Use chopping boards for mincing(chopping failure rate of only .50. (chiefly in the three primary failure rates is significant,"
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THE MIAMI TUNES Friday SeyteaSer 16. 1966 17

with :: CLAn NEXT opoiiarr IS mil us
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Cassias Clay already has signed to defend lea the r
Looking
heavyweight crow waist CkrdLaad (Kg Cat) HJ- .
lams in November at Bonito, Texas. y r

Williams a 33-year-old veteran, is a..Kmc: a cone- SPORTSWORLD
I back after being nearly fataflj shot ia tie abdomen Jfor. 1f 1t

28, 1964. He las recorded four coosecstrre tictodies t

this year against rather awfiocre opponents, bat before 1
BY HARRY SPEAR being injured be was considered one of tie best of 1f

the heavyweight contender f

After the boat with Williams day hopes to meet BT LEO AXMSIOTCIMLPIfflS o"er *"

[RAZ POWELL AND MAYS DOWN NORTHWESTERN Ernie Terrell, recogaixed as champion by tic World: .
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Before estimated crowd of Boxing Association.
8,500 at the Junior LOSE GATE WLE GJMG
tollege Stadium Mays High overpowered Northwestern .
igh to an 18-7 upset. Northwestern had 17 players PI.PlUBTt EITH

eighing 230 pounds or more. But Saturday's game was Victory can come: from eat-tlus: the Lad Do&p -

surprise to the fans who were present. Traz Powell =s are qziteare of after their 19-14 loss to tie

ame up with a big surprise when he was groomingeory New York Jets last Friday sijit.It .
Charleston as a starting offensive end for Y
Mays was a game snsos: a few smbjaactrres, which
[his season. But two days before the game he switched tl could hare very easily Seen chalked tpoa tie wig

eroy to defense. Charleston came through with a num- side of tie ledger for tie Dolp& s.ne score was flax

|er of defensive tackles to stop the bulls. Nays made at 19-14 ia favor d tie Jets bat tie eflort was 50-1 ia
all the right moves which enabled them to win. Northwestern favor d tie Dolpknts.

had lost one opener in the last five years before Fans of tie Miami DoZp&ts are already big

the,Mays defeat. Carver transfer quarterback de to look at ssanier, days for as here ia Soatii Florida

fence Patterson hit the first two scoring passes to where or football team is coacersed.

>uild a 12-0 lead.Jack Adams, Mays regular passer last It sit be allowed that crest after perfect i-g an

year, connected for a third after Northwestern scored a organization *nca as a professional fr***"**! team there

econd period touchdown. Coach Traz Powell shuttlin g j mast still testaia that baas element, which Babes aQ

is quarterbacks, Patterson with his first play found awn sosceptible to errors.

nother Carver transfer end Albert Hannah for a 20- Two The will doubt stake bat
heavyweight boxers, 240 pounds is a two tiaM Dolphins so acre errors,
aid scoring strike within the first ten minutes of the William Player of Miami, left Golden Glove Chaapian ia their dctemmatim to Bate fewer errors less fjeqaeatIj -

irst quarter with 1.33 of the first half remaining Patterson and Thomas Lee, Pittsburgh, the state of Penasvtvania.: is very obvious: to tie fans. This co-existeace of 1
Penn are shown hanging up i He won the lithtwavrwci gfat
hit halfback Ron McGregor for a five yard pass their gloves until after the title at ace 16 aDd two rears tea doing its best and fans giving earnest sapport are 1

(for the second touchdown. football season is over at later be won the heavyweighttitle Conpoaeats of a treat team, which will be tie MEIAJQDOLPHINS. I
Northwestern missed many a scoring opportunity. Betlu1C-CoobDlln College. in 1963. Lee turned down .
Northwestern's four quarterbacks completed only oneof Both are tackles with the professional boxing offers

I sixteen passes. Mays Adams threw a contribution with BCC Wildcats, Player, a tp accept a football scholarship HAM CAS AID TELL .,,&IT TO TEAK ..
6r. 228 pounder is Both
a top at BCC.
men arc
in the second into the end the
[5.48 left period zone
amateur in the
heavyweight aecond year veterans with of ..'s life-
is
Controversy a integral part a i ioca
very
ball was deflected into the hands of John Mattox, a Miami area, He baa wqs'moro the Wildcats and are great oa
I Flanker. Leroy Holt scored the only touchdown for North- than 40 fights. Lee, at 61M, defense. knowledge aDd valuable eiprhmce have bees '

[western. Second half, there was no scoring. This was a gained by constructive. debating, isteHiges sates

great opening for coach Traz Powell, former FAMU and amicable dashing of view-points. J

football star.UNIVERSITY. Wildcat Squad Trimmed Therefore when Kiani came np with two football j J
teams (respectfully referral to) tie Miaad Dolpkias ,

and the University of Miami Hurricanes tie emetfioa 1
OF TAMPA SIGNS FIRST NEGRO
Down To 55the of whether Miami would support two teams got the eager

CAGER pro and cons off to a maniac start.

The University of Tampa integrated its athletic Jack "Cy" McClairen. offensive passing game. The sect who loyally stands with tie old and does
BethuneCookman College McClairen also noted the not welcome the that tie of tie Dolphins
sew argues coming -
program here Wednesday by signing Rudolph Bradley, a Headcoach, has trimmed return of Miamian Carlton
transfer student from St. Petersburg Junior College, toa his squad down to 55. This Bethel a cornerback who on the scene will hart the University games met
basketball scholarship. group includes about 40 runs the 100 in 9.5. He will consequently put bad marks oa the image of tie school

Bradley is the first Negro athlete in the 33-year veterans. help strengthen the second- as a national lit a doat.

history of the University's competitive sports program.A McClairen is raving ary. First year men Roose' Then there are those who think the introdactioa o f
about Clewi Wright,a quarterback welt Cooper and Alvin Wy- of professional football will make the whole area more
release by the Universitysaid
news prepared confined to punting att are showing up well as
football conscious and by so doing will iatam focus:
Bradley met all the established qualifications for en- last season. "He's throw- defensive backs. j.
.. more attention on the University'as a football count er-
trance. ing ball exceptionally well
"We are awarding him a basektball scholarship be- and is doing a,fine Job with There Is a battle royal part in South Florida.
for the fullback there others who would like to think of
cause we believe his participation will assist our the hand-oils on running shaping up still are
plays." Clewis was used slot left open by Elijah Gip- both of these organizations as assets to thecomsnaity,
athletic the release read. defensive
program strictly as a punter laatyear. IOD. Collie Smith,a certainly a good football game. could be enjoyed by
who has of left is back las and Allan Wilson -
Bradley two eligibility tyear
years
He booted the ball 32 times everyday of the week they contend sad certainly there
who was great at halfback
6-3H and weighs 190 pounds. He was the second lead- for 1,453 yards averaging
are the likeliest candi could never be a better cue for the desired results.
ing scorer and rebounder for St. Petersburg Junior 45.4 The Hastings native
date. But Anthony Grisby, Goad terms, good football and there is bond to be
College last was a quarterback in high
season. a 190 pound first year man
good support for both.
The Spartans will open their basketball season Dec. school. Hell share the signal who played fullback in high

1 against the University of Miami. caning with George school: a determined runner
King. Wright finished number who may speD trouble EXCEL&QR QIDEXIAY WTH It-fl SEISM
six in the nation as a for both veterans.
MIAMI DOLPHINS A MUCH IMPROVED TEAM punter last year. This week the Wildcatswill The Excelsior bowling league opened ;its '66-o7

The Wildcats worked conaentrale on kkkoffs season last Thursday at the popular Cloverleaf Laacs.
The beaten twice have shown,
Dolphins, although ,
mostly on pass defense and and punt returns. Before the night was over the bowlers were settling
the fans football. Coach Wil-
they come to play George
down to some very respectable scores, which gives j
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son and staff working real hard. After watching
are ; J
this
the
premise of greater improvement ia league season.
Friday night's game, no one sitting around me, was .
Rattlers Eid Dill
disappointed. With the thrills that they saw by a new- Each week beginning next week keep cp with tie
ly formed team. Comments were flying right and left.
progress of year favorite teas and bowler.
Although it rained, no one moved from their seats, for Practice Sessions

fear they would miss a play. This was a good sign for I JtUe Cohen ex-UH cage great woo coaches tie

the near future for attendance. The defense was great. TALLAHASSEE quarterback Riley and capped sew Miaoi-Dade junior College South Campus team,

Dick Westmoreland was voted the most valuable player. cording to head football a fine performance by has thee local basketeers wbo sioold do well this
Sunday, Sept. 18, the Dolphins play the Buffalo Bills. coach Jake Gather of Florida teaming rib Jamiion on a

This will be on live TV, Channel 7, Pre-game 11:30, A & M University, the pass play that: covered 55 year.Tie local too 1ft k cay Thompson,a 6-3 fend
Rattlers ended dual third touch-
practice for the
yards
kickoff 12 noon. Also on wior broadcast pre game sessions last Saturday in down of the game.It from Booker T. Eashiagton High; Gene Saunders, 6-0

11:15. The Dolphins personnel are doing all they can to Bragg Stadium with"th a best guard from Jackson; aad Kea Smith, 6-0 rued from

please the fan. Just imagine the publicity Miami Derives -- pre-game scrimmage we've was also a day for the Mays.
from the Dolphins. had in long tane." fmhmen when den Edwards -

halfback from: : St.flsrrsburg. .
of the Royal Miamian Hotel
Jack Hayes, manager
for
The Whitesled byquarter- went in one
Apts. 234 NE 5th St. has a number of Dolphin Football backs Ken Riley and Rud- play and scored on an exesing SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE??
Players and their farnnliex staying there. They are olph Jamison, beat the : 40-yard gawp around
happy and contented. Johnny Holmes, Jimmy Warren, Curia .1beGreemwere right end n the fourth
,
Billy Hunter and Dick Westmoreland. quarterbacked aH thewayby quarter. AlreddJe Syfces. bss year septic task hens "t- tie five y.
Alonzo GLbert Miami freshman end tttsu: Tallahassee rr...1..1.11.' cant, cell u. O.,.- S r

PATTERSON WANTS CLAY AGAIN made a fine catch ..I'.VsKti.*. Call ME -,., sib fr

Former world heavyweight champion Floyd Patter- whOe he was surroooded: by u'iatt-. ST sK1icall CA 1-2451 .*k htCOLOB
The Rattier the end of the
fcame-rype: scrimmage near
son said Wednesday he wanted to settle old scores,
was filled rib oufitanding game CS.,.-.
starting with Casfu Clay and Sonny Liston. plays. Joe Williamswho returned -
Patterson said if he beats British heavyweight Champion 24 kicked last season
he wantsto for 6 90 and 2&7 Calmer sail he was e-
Henry Cooper in their Sept. 20 bout here, yards a
peciaJry pleased wits the finer
average. duplicated his AID BUCK i WITH TY SERVICE
meet Clay again and then Liston. Blossom Classa >: :liny dk..ck SulAt-
Orange performance -
"If I was successful,"he added, "then I'd retire. taking the derson and foJ2>ack Wa: r
by : second STHEO RA6M TAPE RECORDER
hal kick off on the five- Lrn for the Whites aDd witS
CLAY STILL ON TOP yard one and going aJ the quarterback Gilbert and end
way fcr a SSrard kickoff Vferrin Jones of fee Greeot.V VET TV
Cassias Cly, although holding onto the heavyweight touchdown.

crown had a rough time with Carl Mildenborg fora TED FORMERLY OF JET IS 101 YET
while, but solved everything then went on to win \V had good pass and
easily In the 12th round flY II TKO. Before the figs, John Eason senior end punt protBcrjon the running 379-7735
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they all thought this was II set up, after viewing the teams, arverv sd beuu has : for a few ratgh spots
fight on TV the puMic had II different opinion.Tie Ger- 40 yards per part: Eason that seed s oaMsrg out. I MI D2IIIYElIE OPEJMTOSSpearing
man had plenty of heart and game for the punishment afro set a p the fist sooch- am sa.tiII&d with 6e Iuata>t
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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 16, 1966


I\ National BaptistsCondemn Black Power FOR SALE BY OWNERBIG

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Dallas, Texas, The production." Americans ." tion to hold not an entire NEWLY PAINTED
National Baptist Conven- the nature of her just laws, 6. "We re-affirm faith race guilty of what a few have
tion, USA, Inc., headed by but to the freedom given to in our Call for National Unity done." 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, FURNISHED OR
Dr. J.H. Jackson, Chicago citizens to participate in as endorsed in our an- 9. "The quality of love UNFURNISHED. $7,900 WITH 6%INTEREST.
pastor and widely known building community and fellowship. nual convention In Jackson- dictated by the Christian rel-
leader, cpndemned Jhe term ." ville, Florida in 1965." igion docs nut demand ol Ua $400 DOWN.WALL TO WALL CARPETING ,,
"black power" as. a, civil 2. "There are many problems 7. "While we decry and to call 'down any 'type of OPEN FOR INSPECTION AFTER* 5 p.m.
rights weapon, and called yet to be solved. The I lament. the recent riots that judgement upon the heads of
upon all Americans to seek present tensions, divisions, have destroyed millions of our enimles aside from the 8013 NW 14th Place
redress for grievances conflicts and riots that have dollars worth of propertyand judgement that eventuates
"through the courts of the been so prevalent across this many of the sacred through deeds of kindness."
land." nation are due to' the fact values of goodwill and good
The 5 1/2 million mem- that too many citizens, human relations, we well as
ber organization largest Negro individually Arid in groups )Life; itself; we petition this na-
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group in America, have cl 14 ..:'tp. Ignprjr Ihe'. Move Right
adopted a resolution at its lofty standards of this nation For Sale
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tue," the resolution stated. and democracy, and to heater.
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a means of correcting un- 4. "We are in harmonywith PHONES:
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The resolution criticized for first-class citizenship. 696-6389
groups that are advocating No group of citizens should 2 bedroom, CBS house ,
"black power" with these seek their rights in such a $12,000. 1876 NW 51 STREET
words that shall be 572 HW 51 STREET 691-1548
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"We condemn the term impaired and the life of the 754-9450 carport,
"black power" for the following nation jeopardized and Im- down. $79 month pays all.
reasons: It is the other periled."
side of the old coin of 6. "Our opposition to ,
segregation and it rendersthe segregation based on race, >'. ,
people who use it guilty color, creed or previous con st"Ivjs, s IN r TOWN'. ,, ., Owner 758-8749
of the same type of prejudicial dition of servitude leads us : ,' "j" t
thinking and feeling that to condemn all groups that
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segregationist alone. Seg- American Nazi Party, or the Buy A Home Today!
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FOR SALE CHILDCARE r

CLASSIFIED ADS Working' mothers who need Carver

1945 NW 90th ,
Street someone to keep your child-
3 bedroom CBS, Fla room, ren. Call 633-2729. 1440

IS SORBS OR LESS $1.25.5t FOR ADDITIONAL tORD front porch, large lot, stove I NW 42nd St. ancbsHtws I

'DEABUNEFOtl CLASSIFIED AK VEBNESDAY and refrig. Price is 12.000,
NOON
$400 down and $72.54 month.

...... (vets $100 down). Life Realty JuanitaN Kindergarten pickup I

SALE Broker, 4932 NW 7th and deliver service. For
FOR FOR SALE Ave. 1 *
FOR SALE PL 9-4371. Open eves & Sun. information call OX 1-2350. <&y Welter Bewe --

The South Boward VFWPost

bedroom 2430 NW CDS 89th. freshly Terrace,decorated -homes Attention L\: People urban renewal losing the l rCBS Duplex, only MOO dom I will keep trained children No. 8195 will hold its
2 and FOR RENT
'$76 month, 1 from 2-5. If children are regular meeting Sunday, Sept.
inside !and, .out. All) x-way. we have many homes mortgage. 2 nice your
large size. Barrel tile for sale. A beautiful 3 bedroom apta. m large fenced :yards House. $16 per week. Needs of school age, I will keep 18 at the post on Pembrook

roof rooms, awnings, carport, front home plus garage. Couldnear everything good Income some repair. 3 bedroom, CBS them after school too. Children Road. ,Members please be

and back porches. $12,000with be bought through F1IA Property or home arut- 8147 NW 14th 0. 865-3232. will get hot meals and president. Folia Boydcommander
fa
$400 down and $72 mo. $14900 or conventional. income, live rent free. Call' good care. Don't let your and Charles Hart,adjutant.

(Vets $100 down). Life Realty' by 420 NW 45th then Drive no*. 7540483. B. Harry Nice lady or man. Private children wander in the streets
St. call
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. Fenster Denny, Tip Top Realtors, home, two rooms, 635-7283. afterschoollet me keep them. The Star Light Lodge No.
Realty Broker
PL
PL 94371Open rites and 9-8779. After 6. Mothers, please see, me now. 542 will meet Friday night

Sundays.'Seller. Home & Income Call FR 1-9253 before 9'p.m. sept. 16 at 8 p.m. at the

Another Fenster very large custom built bed- 3 bedrooms, unfum. house. or come to 355 NW 11th St. MasonicHall, Pembrook Rd.

Closing Costs bath huge home for Special: A: room, 2 bath, living room, 3333 NW 69th SU $27 per wk. Apt. 3. Louise S. Gillard. S-16 at 42nd Ave.
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 ,. large family.If
18x38 feet long. Lots of large
you are selling home --
CBSnicely landscaped comer your turban 'closets, custom built kitchen 1 bedroom. 7648 NW 17th PI. The Excelsiorette: Bowling
renewal MISCELLANEOUSSigns
Fla room, tile this spacious house. $22 week. their winters
fenced yard. plus large one bedroom home Key rear per league began
home could of all kinds wall
be ,
,
bought with
fire place
roof, awnings pa- for rental Monday night at
or family. This
tio, close-in, by shopping $5,000 down payment. Drive house cost. $23,000. You APU 3048 NW 67th St. Key windows, truck lettering, original Cloverleaf Lanes at 176th
by 546 can oil 'reasonable.
NW paintinas
44th
,
school, bus. A very good St. then call buy for 18000. $800 down with Mrs. Nelson next door. St. and 441. Mr. Hardy Rogers
Fenster Realty, Broker PL Vic Lewis Signs, 5673 NW
,
with$SOOdown. and Mrs.
buy at $15,500 98779. FHA terms, A. Ben-Kori, $18 week. 7th Ave. 7543762. 16 is president
Sep.
$100 mo. Life Realty, Broker Realtor, 7512243. Carrie. Peaks is secretary.

4932 NW 7th AVo. PL 9-4371. APU 566 NW 22nd St. Key with

Open eves. Sundays. Large home buyers. 5bedroom, Beautiful Home Delux attendant. First apartment. TELL OURADVERTISERS When you are out Carver
2 bath
no qualifying fenced
r 3 large bedrooms, 2 tile $18 week. Daytime 444-6126. Ranches way, stop in at
Seller Pays Closing Costa a beautydm't miss this one. baths plus guest apt. with eves: in 8-2824. Bowe's Barber shop. Two

Bunche Park. 2500 NW 160thSt. Drive by 3225 NW 5th Ave. built-in kitchen, large Fla. YOU SAW IT IN THE t hops in the community to

Like New 3 bedroom CBS.Then call us Fenster Realty, room, sprinklers in large, 2 bedroom CBS, kitchen furn., serve you.Bowe's modernistic
fenced yards, awnings Broker, PL 9-8779. TIMES Barber 4444 Pem-
largo corner lot. Near bus, stores in Opa-locka. Call 751-8414. shop at
windows, awnings, freshly and schools. Good for home broke Road and Bowe's Barber -

painted inside and out. Our 2 bedroom CBS* carport, and income or ror'a large Nice air cond. 1 bedroom furn. shop at 56th Ave. and

best buy at $9,500 with $300 large lot, clean, FHA terms, family that .want a nice home. -apt Reasonable. 6968335. Pembroke Road.

down(vets $100 down). $5t,54l only $250 down payment. Full price $20,000 about' II YEARS OF RESPONSIBLY ,

Key at Life Realty, Broker Drive by 2330 NW 89th Terr.$3.000 down. cM now to ins- Efficiency. 1400 NW 46th St. BUILDING SERVICE TO Wedding bells will soon

4932 NW 7th Ae. PL 9-4371. Then call Fenster Realty, pecU Tip Top Realty, 754- Call 6344257. THE COMMUNITY ring for Miss Minnie Seymour.Mrs. .

Open eves. Sundays. Broker, PL 98779. 0483.,E. Harry Denny, Realtor. Wins BUYING BUILDING
2 bedroom house. 1 bath un f Elsie Moore wishesto

Seller Closing "Genie Homes" announces Large house. CBS fum. 754-0977. CALL STANLEY announce the graduation of
pays ,I the opening of tow new model corner t
2 bedrooms, Fla room, large:, her son Thomas Richard
Costs I homes. 3 bedroom, 2 bath for
fenced in yard like a park, Room in nice home. 691-6432. PL (11814 Moore from Tennessee A&I
Lovely comer, CBS,'carport, ;'your inspection at 1954 NW 5. ,
bus lines.
Near
bus and schools. University at Nashville
near stores State ,
largo screened front porch, .list St. and 1022 NW 52nd St. Beautiful He me a
Only $400 down. One FIlAmortago. -, Tenn. with a B.S. degree in
wall to wall carpeting awn-j Open Sat. & Sun. 1-5 p.m. monthly Large room in private home Built cm Yew Lot elementary education. Mrs.
Easy pay.ments.
ings, drapes. A bargain at or Ours
1 Fenster Realty Broker, PL
,
for working Transpor-
$11,700 with $400 down Call now 75+0483. E.Harry person. Moore had an enjoyable stay
I.8779. tation bus 21 & 25. $15 Attractive Alter*
Real., near in the magic city as a guest
Denny. Tip Top
(Vets $100 down) $75.86 mo. tins and Addition
tors. weekly. 1440 NW 42nd St., of Holiday Inn and also in
seller will closing
and
pay your No Qualifying Call 633-2729. eLot Us Demolish Atlanta Ga. with relatives.
costs. Life Realty,
Drive by 920 NW 84th SU, Your Worn outHouse
Comer house. 3 bedroom wit h
Broker 4932 NW 7th '
,
Ave. neat and clean 2 bedroom with bedroom apt. partly fum. 17th Ave. NW 43rd St. One end Build o
PL 94371. Sun.
Open eves, Lovely Now Homo
large Fla room, best area, near shopping center. Rea- bedroom, fum. $20 per week. for
Coll U. Poets About
$1200 down. $78 month pays sonable. 696-6260.
all, total $11,750. A. Ben- 1823 NW 37th st. Duplex. 1 Building PTA MEETING ATNORTHWESTERN
$100 down. Anyone. Vets or bedroom ( $22 Good Bonk noneIng
large apt. urn.
Kori, Realty, 751-2243. Open Sun. 1 to 5. 8241 NW
man Vets. Like new 2-3-4 week or $75 mo. Adults only.
14th PI. $990 down. No quali-
bedroom CBS homes like new.Only CBS Beauty fying. Modem 3 bedroom, 2 No pets. FR 3-3175. eves til TANLEY BUILDERS, The Miami Northwestern
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$100 down and from $43 Open Sun. 3-6 p.m. 845 NW full bath, 1 ,bedroom private 6 p.m. NE 4-0942.. Inc.Licensed Senior High School PTA will
north
pays all. One (U IDOl 84th St. Very nice, large entrance. Owner will take meet Monday evening, Sept.

tgao. Call now to' ace these, screen porch, fully carpeted 2nd mortgage at 6%. Monthly 2 & 3 bedroom house. $20 and (I..r.d 19 in the school's auditorium.

beautiful hones today. B. stove and refrig. $12,500 total payment for both mortgages up weekly. 1 bedroom duplex Parents please be concerned

Harry Derry R alter TipTop FHA terms.Nice family home$95.60 plus escrow for taxes apt. $17 wk. Call Dixie Ren- 888, N. E.'79th Stroot about your child. He needs

Realty, 7540483.No A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, any- and insurance. Blackstone tal Agency, 633-2429. Miomi Florida you. Please be present.

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time. 751-2243. -----
Realty, Inc. 1202 NW 54th St.

Red Tape Move In PL 1-4051. $20 week. 6 room unfum.
frame 2229 NW 60th Street. iDugies Guest HousTho
2 bedroom, CBS, right by $100 down. Anyone. Vets <<.
Lots. Street to street. R2.
Jackson High School, near
Don Vets. Like new 2-3-4 1331 'NW 55th SU JB 8-1340. $16 per week. 6 room unfum.
bus, shopping, schools. Enclosed house of unusual room
doom CBS homes like new. frame. 3380 NW 52nd street.
front and back porches,, mind"A
"Koop us In
Only $100 down and from $63 Moving north. Must sell
modem kitchen colored bathroom
door month pays all. One (1) mor Bahama bed, rattan love seat, $20 per week. 5 room unfum. better ploco, wa cholUngo you to find

fixtures, large 2 tgage. Call now to see these'' 2 chairs, dining room, table, 6738 NW 23rd Place. Seeing It believing
refrig., stove, some furniture i' Tho accommodation rocolvo
beautiful horses today. E. buffet dinette you
6 chairs,china ,
Large yard with truit trees. A
wonderful bargain with $500|I Harry Detail R salter, Tip Starting Sat. 10 to 6 p.m. You find only In this brother

down and $75 mo. pays all.. Top Realty, 754-0483. 3680 SW 20th St. heater 2 bedroom, wall fum.to Wall house carpeting solar, OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY

Key at Life Realty, Broker, Beautifully (urn. large 1 bed electric kitchen, adults, no 2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 6343851EDISON
4932 9-4371.
NW 7th.Ave. PL
room apt. Fla room, air ccnd., pets. $110 a month. 564 NW
Open eves. Sundays. Duplex 757-0177. 528 51st St. 7549450. JAMAICA DUGIE
1919 NW 90th St. very prettYou .couple-adults
Alw friend
Home, NW. Owner. bedroom,+ will like this one. $45 yNW I 47th st. $85 per month. s n
Newly painted one bedroom,
dining room, Fla room, awn down. FHA terms A. Ben-
ings, double garage, inspec' Kori Realtor,anytime751-2243 I Lovely CBS on nice street. CBS duplex, nice yard, 4042
tion invited. For appoint Tile bathroom, fenced yard, NW 23rd Ave. rear. $22 wekly

ment call 757-6507. 8 Rooms, 2 baths. $350 down. near school bus. No qualify Call 226-5036 or 633-2429.
small down and Dixie Rental Agency, 3206
payment
38th Completely r ing,
1625 NW St.
NW 17th Ave.Barluncheonette.
Nicesmall 2 br.duplex. $19.50 renovated. One half block take up mortgage. Call owner Specials

Nice small 2 br. duplex. $20.0C 1 from Jackson High School. 6347173.

Nice 2 br duplex.:'eart. Fum. $8950 total price. $80 per combination -

$21.0C',month. No qualifying. Owner, fully equipped. No; money
Nice 2 br. house. Part. fum. 633-2663 or in 4-0353 nights: Homes. $100 complete down. down. Just pay the rent. 121 NW 41 TERRACE

$22.0C 1 I'Can also use as a duplex. $68 month pays all. 3 bedroom -- Location 5301 NW 17th Ave. Only $1500 down, 2 bedrooms-Flo room
Nice 1 br. duplex. $19.00Ibr. like new, open house, garage,
information call Mr.
For modern kitchen total $9,500.
207th St. ,
3361 NW
CBS apt. $17.50. 2050 NW 96th SU CBS, like Sunday at and look. 1 to 5p.m. Weinstock, 7596262.

Small eff. apt. $12.00 new, carport, oak floors, tile:Drive. Many out others. Why rent. ALSO SEE US FOR THESE

LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY cost.roof, $350 Hurry down see,this no closing modem Gordon Akeley, Broker, 624- 1 bedroom CBS, effcy. ft bath. ((1)) 167 NW 48th St. CBS, 2 bedrooms, dining

2020 Call NW 62nd Street beauty direct from owner. 8436. Air cond., patio, furn. adults room, carportFla room plus enclosed porch.

633-7809 758-8749. only. No pets 1352 NW 52ndSt. $300 down FHA.

2005 NW 93rd Street $28 wk. Phone 757-7255.
$100 down. Anyone. Vets nr ((2)) 3729 NW 24th Avt. used
2 Formerly as a
D< 3. bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, excellent -Large 3 bedroom, CBS on
b'cc IVeta.. Like new 2 >4 location, large lots, comer, tile roof, separate 1 bedroom duplex, Fla room, church Two story building, property runs strttt

ol CBS hrroes lakeir :. lot, reas".able with low4vn garage, wall to wall unfum. $20 wk. for key go to' to street. ((80x137)). $7400 total terms.
; $100 down a&4 Vt and monthlyttfnenU fenced yard, cus- 751-2243.
pa.," nt carpeting, 1815 NW 84th St.
month pays all. (.Qa (lu I' aced in yard and tom-built kitchen, awnings ((31/3321) NW 22nd Ct. Fro.. Two Fla rooms,

|"l.. Call now tlo eta iUw Verge lot. ?\ qualifying. Call refrig. Seller pays closing neat and clean. Only $3500 total. All cash.,
Jeautiful hones .. $16,000 1 bedroom duplex fum. ideal
to/ay. 1' tr ker ric'.f: now. Martin Mel costs. FHA price
HIrfJ Dusty Realtor, Tip ? rney, 6246983. with $600 down and $93.32 for batchelor, shower only. ((4)) 5428 NW 3rd Ave. Frame $6500 total. All

Top Realty, 7S+041J. mo. Key at Life Realty, $18 week. 1912 rear NW 86th cash. Furn.

$350 down. Broker 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL Terr. 751-2243.
40th ,
St.
Lease or sale. Ideal for CBS 299 ,NW corner, separate garage, 94371. Open evenings and ((5)) Hear Edison High. 2 bedroom, CBS tilt roof,

doctor, dentist, attorney MIA, $11,500 no closing cost. Sundays. $250 down, FHA, no closing costs. Nice big lot.

St.many Eves.others. 2260 NW 62nd $82.91 mo. 20 years. Aetna HELP WANTED WE HAVE MANY HOMt) AND DUPLEXES, FHA
6884825. Sep.30For 811 NW 54th
Realty, Broker,
OR HO QUALIFYING.YOU .
Experienced beauty operator. TERMS
St.757-5724.Open Sat. & Sun 171 NW 67th Street

sale half price. Dupluu Beautiful home on extra large Chez Regis Beauty Salon. CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

Badly damaged Inside by te roof, garage, lovely 6907 NW 15th Ave. Ph: 691-
nants. bath. $450 do.Coma' lou tile $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A YET OR BEING
Call 6885825. bedroom, 2 5088.
eves. 4
fenced yard, stove,
Fla room,
CBS, many, many DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
washing
Sep.30 Best refrig., air cond.,
extrastotal $14,500. wall Barmaids at J&F Pastime
wall to carpe
machine,
homes Wo have several other FHA location, no closing cost. ting. This is an outstanding Bar, apply at 5416 NW EDISON REALTY Realtors
at small down paymmm $87.87 mo. Aetna Realty, Price $13.500 with 12th Ave.Barber. ,
home
located in desirable 811 NW 54th SU
Broker, and $81.62 month.
down
buses.areas, close to schools and 757-5724. Open sat. & Sun. Key$450 at Life Realty, Broker, 175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441

Call us for information 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Apply Sunset Barber

and..locations. Fenster Realty. 4 bedroom house inOpa-locka., Open eves & sundays. Shop. 6905 NW 15th -Ave.-
Broker. PL 98779. Call 6344257. Ask for Pruitt.




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20 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, September 16. 1966



1Powell\ National Black Power Conference For Oct. 15-16 IOn


get a coalition of power and 16 In Washington, D.C. Karenga of
can Los
Saturday, September3rd lists and cultural nationalists self-defense Le, mobilizing Angeles;
must have somethingwith This will be a working Jewell
the first Harming Ses- all Black strength to serve the you Mazique of Washing
were representedThere Black There will be
tocoa1e conference.
which ce. ton, D.C.
Isaiah
sion for the National ; Robinson
Conference needs of Black people.
was unanimity in be
de- to
people themselves must several panels announced of New York
on Black Power was many areas and In some The entire thrust of this Black power-political' later and these Stone of City; Chuck
held In Washington, D.C. Conference was Its emphasis velop Washington, D.C
there
areas were dissenting economic power, cul- panels will evolve plans,of and Dr. Nathan,
The most significant fad views which on positive accomplish power Wright of.
were articulated tural power in Black com- action to mobilize the Black Newark, N. J. *
about this Conference is thatIt and Included in the final re- ments. Thus, It was not anti- before they seek masses In several areas Julius
munities any Hobson
was held. It brought together white, but pro-black. It did of Washington *
port.We coalition with white people., under the broad groupingsof D.C. will,be Chairman
169 Black people from ,not advocate violence, but
sought a consensus,' economics and
Blackpeople, politics, of
In short as the Arrangements
37 cities 18 and the
states unconditional -
but not a consensus just for simply rejected
we seek a coalition or a coexistence cultural activity. Committee.
District of Columbia re- the sake of vapid unity.Ours non-violence and strongly
of power of equals Each organization will be Additional Information
75 self-defense to
presenting over organizations endorsed
was a determination to based on the proportionate allotted two voting delegatesand concerning the site of the Conference -
ranging from Black of
achieve the full
achieve new goals,directIonsand diginlty
of numbers In two alternates. Every' the
nationalists civil strength our roles of the press
rights Black
programs of action for peoplehood.This Black communities. The black organization In America at the Conference the
groups and fraternal orga- Black people themselves to past week-end, that "
white no matter how small, will be
community respects panels released next
nizations to ,
society women'sdubs Black Labor
undertake In this Third distinguished
phase only one thing-power. This will be invited .to send de' week after the Continuations
professional organizations of the Black Revolution. Leader, A. Philip Randolph,
must acquire. legates. Committee has conferred.The .
we
and religious stated that the Civil Rights
grops. Black Power was defined
A Continuations Com
The vast spectrum of "as the means for Black Revolution is dead. He'sright The National.Conference. position papers from
Idologies in the Black com- people to make changes in He called for a "coa-' The 169 delegates voted mittee to plan the coming the Planning Session'are now
Black Power Conference will"consist ,
munities In America inte- society to achieve self-deter litlon of power." unanimously to hold the full being prepared and will be
of
of Omar Ahmed
grationlsts, political separa-, mination, self-respect andAnything We agree. But before you National ,Conference on made available as soon as'
Black Power on October 15 New York City; Ron they are completed.,



FREE XRAYLOCATION ) Goes. I

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Free: Chest X-Rays will be,
available on the Christmas 1..1 I is"I
I Liberty City residential The poverty program
Seal Mobile Chest unit 4
X-Ray are like Bowman for the
areas lighted up eyeing James
of the ,
Dade-Monroe Tuberculosis Christmas trees with the top job in the South Miami ,
and Respiratory Di- installation of those new Center. They couldn't pick a
ease .Association, for all streetlights. Not much chance better man for the job. Community -
Dade County residents 18 of culprits lurking in the work and helping other
years of and over at the
age ,
to
naturally
shadows now. Out what about people comes
following locations:Thursday,
the the popular Bowman. F
Liberty Square Housing
Sept. IS, NW 46th Street and
32nd' Project? It's still far too '
Avenue. llrs. 12-3 and
4-7. Friday, September 16, dark. 5 5 ,..."'" "

A&.O Food Store, NW 54th S. Our own Senator George

street & 27th Ave. Irs. 12- With so much illiteracy Smathers is leading the fili- ]
3. and 4.7.September. buster against the house
among Negroes in this country : I
19 thru September; isn't it amazing that the passed 1966 Civil Rights bill. ;

23rd only. First National newly emerging nation of Old Oeorgie Boy wouldn'teven 4"". !,V" .
Bank of Miami 100 BiscayneBlvd. Barbados in the Caribbeanhas cast a favorable vote .,
.,South. The Unit will be the highest literacy rate for new federal judge Constance .ff.',

located on the S. E. 2nd St. of the world. An incredible Baker Motley. lie ab- :,/
side. Hours each stained-just like a lot of
day: 101 98.7 per cent of the population.,
and 2-5. is literate. Negroes will do should ho '4'i'': ,;.
. run for office again. .:

4 . "
happy New Year to all ::
PATRONIZE OUR our Jewish friends who began I always aet'a bang out of
the way Negro business men
celebrating their new
ADVERTISERSSmilintf I In riot areas label their storefronts
year of 5727. with solemn religious
to protect themselves
rituals at sundown
from molotov cocktails and

the Wednesday.Shofar is The the sounding highlight of of looting.They paint a big sign The Elks Educational High School. Janice is the looking on are left to right,

f Rosh Hashannah. The most with the words"soul brother." Committee of South Florida winner of the Elk's Local. Jessie Youman, Eloise: S.

sacred season of the year for That's suppose to let the Negro proudly presents a scholarship Oratorical Contest. Johnson, Mae Woods, Harold
Presenting the check to Harold Butler Claude
Higgs, ,
the Jews will end with Yom rioters ,know that he is to Janice Watts, a graduate -
Janice is Herbert Chialom, Rolle and Lola Fulton.
Kippur on Sept. 23rd. one d them. of Northwestern Senior
president. Other members













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