The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 44, No. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1966 20 PAGES 15

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Yb .p By NORMAN E. JONES Committee, of his powers, in Florida, contrary to the ity in this first annual state-
v ORLANDO-At they cited that Gibbons had c constitutlonof the NAACP. wide People's Rally sporj
a caucus -
following the opened a 'Pandora's Box' League officials further sored by the Florida Voters '
rally Saturdayin
which might backfire the Inc.Candidates.
on League
Orlando members and scored Davies for his state- ,
officers of the, Florida Voters southern bloc who hold h ment to the press calling the
League, Inc., issued statements many committee chairman- ? members of the state legisla- from Orange
several ships based on the seniority ture to a meeting with him County addressed the au-
on political
developments throughout the system, as his attack on = rt and threatening to defeat leg- dience with Ellis Rubin Republican -
Powell is in reality an attackon islators who did not attend candidate for At-
state of major significance.
They urged the Democratic the organizational struc- his call meeting. torney General, the only
Executive Committee of the ture of Congress.Dr. Davies last December en- statewide candidate present

Fifth Congressional Districtto Von D.Ml/ell,General gaged in an abortive attemptto League members who had

appoint Mrs. Mable Richardson Chairman of the Rally, set up his own personal worked tirelessly in all of
Orange County scored Marvin Davies Flor- organization to challenge the Mayor High's previous cam-

-- political leader, as a re- ida NAACP Executive Secretary state political leadership of paigns for governor, expressed
placement for Eugene Stur- for his attempt to sabotage the Florida Voters League, surprise and chagrinto

Dr. Edward Braynon the Metro has chio, Demo Primary winner, the rally by sending when he sent out a call to find Bob Carroll, who
appointed to
Youth Advisory Board. II e who resigned his candidacy. letters to all NAACP branches Negroes all over the Sate had campaigned vigorously
under the name of Florida against High for Scott Kelly,
was nominated by the Metro In a discussion on the at- in the State forbiddingthem -
Community Relations Board.Dr. tempt of Congressman Sam to participate in the MARVIN DAVIES Summit Conference on Negro making a pitch for Bob High'and

Braynon is a member of Gibbons of Hillsborough Rally.Dr.. nounced the recently appointed Leadership. Nothingmore wondered where the pre
a pioneer prominent family County to strip Adam Clay Mizell, a two-time life Davies In his attempt to has been heard of this vious High staff was, and*

!and is active in youth andfraternal ton Powell, Chairman of the membership contributor to personally take over the political proposed organization,how- why they had been replacedby
affairs. House Labor and Education the NAACP, bitterly de- leadership of negroes ever it did project Davieson a Scott Kelly Negro cam
the State scene, which paigner.The .
contributed to his appoint- consensus that they

ment as Executive Secretaryof would not 'continue to give
I Will Adam's Power Be Curbed? the Florida NAACP. Bob High their continued

Some two hundred league unqualified support in the
officials and Interested citi- November election, unless
"God moves in mysteriousways. Powell said Presidents > zens from Tallahassee to former statewide and local

What ever happens Kennedy and Johnson and ON ;THE'"., INSIDE, :, ,;,';;, Miami representing every High campaigners were ac-

Thursday, I'll be back to House Speaker John W. Mc- ,f'',",Do.'. alas',the Tithes, major county and several tively reinstated.The .
preach next Sunday. I'm Cormick have called him "' : tfc. secondary counties,in three league will meet in
,Special :
.kReportoa J*;, :
doing great work and I can'tdo "the best chairman on the Po-: chartered busses and innu- regular fall session in Perry
fight : bl iitiit: Htgrj
without it. Hill. merable cars, sat and
private Saturday Sunday Sept
That is what Rep. Adam "This is the reward I gets ., liaiaen:.,", ftfr' :'s.'; rciist 'through five hours of activ 24-25.

Clayton Powell reportedlytold for excellence," he said, after F+t, ". Stowi;"pag.'.3/1: / .I, .,'l.ir--t.;,,
his congregation Sundayat stating that he had 54 "

the Abyssinian Baptist major bills signed during his n
Church, New York City, as tenure as committeechalrman.
he referred to a plan of Housing Authority Deniesa.

his fellow Congressmen to Preaching: a sermon on
I .
,aN take away his power. Daniel in 1 the lions' den Sun- )
Rep. Powell is chairman of day, in his reference to the r .
the House of Education and trials of life, the Harlem pas Bias Invites ProbeHaley '

Labor Committee. A group tor-Congressman said, "You ,

headed by Rep. Sam Gibbons have to go into the lion's den-r

(D. Fla.) is to vote Thursdayon and come out." The Miami Housing Authority Sofge, Housing Authority to stop segregation.
a motion challenging Referring to"black power, Sofge said,"It Is apparentthat
was charged with deliberately Director, denied the
Powell's chairmanship.His he said. "we're not talking the groups making the
but said the
Congressional critics about violence. We're talking perpetuating segregation charge agency charge did not see fit to check
last Thursday by lo- "welcomes independent
have accused Powell of ab- about equality and if you don'tthink any the authority's record." If
_, ,... cal and state civil rights lead- investigation because we
senteeism and of not con- we're equal, then get MMk.ua*lMHkki >t )l.iW Jia they had, he said,they would
who demanded have acted in j
ers a federal always com- '
duting himself the way a out the way-because we're ADAM CLAYTON POWELl have learned that the authority -
investigation. pletely good faith.
committee chairman should. marching." ... On the spot :

The state and local chap- Voluntarily made all its

ters of the NAACP and the property available eligible

I $18 Million 87-Acre Interchange BegunGroundbreaking Fair Housing Agency of families regardless of race,
Dade County demanded the creed or color before the

investigation in a telegram to Civil Rights Act was passed.
ceremony May, 1968, is the target NW 22nd St. from NW 22nd Aveto interchange will become a Robert Weaver, secretary of This, he said opened up
for Miami's $8 million Mid- date for its completion. It is ,NW 8th Ave. The heart of conspicuous landmark by itself Housing and Urban Development more than 1,500 units in

town Interchange linking the expected that 8.5 mile East- the interchange will be just giving motorists a birds- Washington, eight properties located in..
North.South and East-Wes West and the North-South north of NW 14th St. eye view of Miami and its D.C. all-white neighborhoods.The .

Expressways will be held Expressway will be completedat The 11-block long interchange surrounding arreas. The group leaders chargedthe apartments are integrated -
today (Friday) by the State the same time. will contain 4.3 milesof The cost of construction authority with violatingthe he said

Road Department.The will. tower almost The interchange and connecting roadway and 3.6 miles of will be $8.6 million and the Civil Rights Act by fail- Purchased Federal Hous-

as project high as a seven- arms to the North- bridges. There will be four cost for acquiring propertyfor Ing to follow available programs ing Administration apart-
South and East-West will dis- levels of traffic cris-cros- right of way will be $9.4 ment complexes the first
could -
and with its that bring a-
story place 87 acres of homes and sing through the interchange million-making it the most
authority in the nation to do
bout Negro
many of roads and integration as
it funnels! motorists in all
commerical property.It as expensive project of its kind
ramps, is the most expensive' ghettos are eliminated and of this and made them avail
will be located directions.The in the The PensacolaBay
and complex in state road state. killing the possibility of in- able to any applicant Theyare
between NW 11th and eight-lane, high-rise
Terr. Bridge cost $8.1 million. located in white
history. tegregation by locating newpublic neigh-
housing in already borhoods.
segregated areas. Because the first In the nation -
to submit and establisha I

Donald Wheeler Jones, private leasing program
president of the NAACP,said where housing is leased to the f

that one solution the auth- authority which, in turn, ,
ority has ignored is the ac- rents it to elegible families.

quisition of"scattered hous- Housing units under this

ing sites outside of segregated program are located In all-

areas." white neighborhoods.Was .
mM + n.. I I one of the first in the
;gutlw i NAACP's Florida Field
country to introduce thecon- I
Director Martin Davies said cept of"scattered sites" over

he was optimistic the Depart- wide areas "and honest

ment of Housing and yrban. attempt to avoid construe- .
Development will begin an Investigation tion of large, low-income
soon. buildings."

Davies later repeated his ,
Davies said if telegram
=- fails to bring results the demand for investigation of t
-M the authority because "Mi
will ask the govern-
federal fundsto ami has failed to take con-
ment to cut
Muhammad To Dedicate $735,000 public housing projects.If certive and consistent"actionto
eliminate its slums.
Elijah that fails, they will seek
The authority was accused
I court Injunction to stop
during a meeting of the Greater -
deral spending for housingin

Muslim Mosque Here Oct. 2 Dade. The final step,Dav- ida Miami Council chapter on Human of the Flor-Rela-

ies said, will be public protests I
and demonstrations.F. tion. Martin Fine, authority
Miami Muslims will dedicate of Christ at 5245 N. W. trustee for the sale. They will have more thanan director, who was present,
their new mosque on Oct. Seventh Ave. for $135,000and In April the city soughtan acre of parking space at Daniel Sladden, executive heatedly said, "it is heart-
2, when their national leader, is converting it into a injuctlon to prevent the their new location. director of the Fair breaking to see a new iiV
Elijah Muhammed, will mosque. The purchase was Muslims from meeting at Housing Agency, agreed gency come into town and
speak. made on Sept. 12,accordingto their old temple at N.. W. hood complained that Mus- with Jones and Davies that fire off telegrams and make

The group has purchasedthe Muslim attorney Henry 57L\ Sl and 17th Ave., after lims were parking their cars the authority has also Ig- Irresponsible statements as
Seventh Avenue Church Arrington who acted as residents of the, neighbor- In their driveways. nored a variety of programs Mr. Davies has done."

2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. Seotembtr. 23. 1966 .uc.J..6" () :'f" '
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Cok Bus BoysDishwosh.rs support to the 1966 United Fund of Dade County. Under the chair of Rev

Station Drivers PortcfiCot Thedford Johnson, a member of the board of directors. These civic-minded

t' HotI & Hem Mdldi citizens will serve on an advisory committee to aid the Negro community in
w. Appreciate Business Your becoming a full and equal partner in the United Fund of Dade County.

These photographic reflections were caught by photographer Bill Harrisat
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Nine Negro detectives are seeking elevation to the legal ways of satisfying their request. Since that timeit sume it was intended they should benefit thereby. Re-
rank of sergeant on the City of Miami Police Depart- has been announced that these men would be clas- fusal of the city to promote the appellant officers
ment. They declare that they are entitled to the rank sified as special investigators but not as sergeants. under the ordinance or regulation in question amountsto
and increase in pay because of an existing civil ser- They would receive an increase in salary, but not the withholding its application from the very class of
vice regulation. The ruling on which they have based equivalent of a sergeant's pay. persons (if not indeed the actual ones) for whose bene-.
their complaint appears in the Civil Service Rules fit it was enacted, and in my view represents a gross
published December 15, 196 L Rule 8, Section 8, of injustice. For the reasons stated, I would reverse the
the city of Miami Civil Rules pertaining to methods of After considerable discussion these men decidednot judgment appealed from, and remand the cause with directions -
qualifying incumbents of classified positions allocated to accept the new classification, because they hada to enter decree, holding the appellants en-
to new or higher levels read as follows: "wheneveran valid rule working in their behalf. They have since titled to promotion under the civil service regulation
occupied position has been allocated to a new or taken their fight to the courts. A hearing in the Third involved."
different class, the incumbent thereof shall be quali- District Court of Appeals before judges Pearson,
fied for the new class in one of the following manners:' Carroll and Backdull resulted in a majority opinion in The officers feel that because they had worked In"*
(a) If the incumbent has been performing satisfactoryat favor of the Civil Service Board with Judge Carroll a classified position for period of four years or more ,
a new or high level for a period of four (4) years or dissenting.In during service above and beyond the call of duty theyare
more and has held permanent status in the previous his dissenting opinion Judge Carroll wrote "I entitled to the grace the Job' title carries. Their
classification, he shall receive the new or higher respectfully dissent. In my opinion the appellants were ability to perform in their higher classified position is
classification with permanent status without further shown to be qualified for promotion(without examination) evidenced by the length of time served in these posi-
examination. This is the rule on which these officers to advancement to the classification of "detective" or tions. Their intention is to see that all rules of the
have taken issue with the city. as now termed "police sergeant" under the 1961 amend- Civil Service Board governing civil service employee s

NOW FOR THE FACTSIn ment to the Civil Service regulations relied on by applies to all employees, regardless of the effect
them." Referring to Rule 8, Section 8 of the Civil Strangely enough these officers have received some of
1949, Fred Ebrom was removed from the uniform Service Rule, he further stated that "The contention of their strongest opposition from within their own ranks.
division and, assigned,to the criminal investigation de- the city that appellants are not entitled to promotion as Officers having passed the sergeant's examination, the
partment. He has since that time worked out of this provided for in the 1961 amendment because their powerful P.B.A (Police Benevolent Association) and
division. In subsequent years others of these eight assignment was from "traffic uniform" to "criminal the F.O.P. (Fraternal Order of Police) have been the
additional policemen were removed from the uniform investigation" and did not contain the word "detective"or source of their greatest opposition. These officers
division and assigned to the Criminal Investigation spell out the duties of detective is without merit, would have the Civil Service Board disregard the amend-
division. Some had worked in this capacity for as manyas and amounts of quibbling. The duty to which the appel- ment on which these men have based their appeal. The
ten years before the rule on which they rely was lant policemen were assigned or "allocated" as dis- puzzling fact is that these officers continue to function'
brought into effect. closed in the record was plain clothes duty in criminal in a capacity where others of different racial back-
investigation under supervision of the Chief of Detec- grounds would be ineffective. Not one officer on the
On December 14, 1965 in an effort to make these tives. If this isn't detective work, what is it?" eligible list has brought legal action to replace eitherof
officers ineligible for, application of Rule 8, section 8 these men in their present status, and they are func-
of the Civil Service Rules, they were ordered by their "Or considering- those circumstances under which tioning in the role of detective.On .
superiors to report for duty in uniform. This was three the amendment was enactedit is not unreasonable to
years and 364 days after the ruling became effective, assume it was done principally to serve this very sit-
and one day short of the required four years to make uation. In now denying to appellants the benefit of the Monday morning the 26th of September, the
them eligible. amendment, the city has treated it as though it could :Miami City Commission will hold another hearing con-
operate only prospectively, although it contains no cerning these officers and their grievance. Father
The City Commission at the insistence of Father such limitations. It would be naive to assume that in Gibson and other interested Negro leaders will again
Gibson and other Negro leaders countermanded the enacting the amendment in 1961 the city was unaware plead for compliance in the interest of fair play. All
orders of the department heads, and stated that the that the appellant officers were thereby given rights citizens interested in seeing justice previal are
officers would remain status quo until their problemhad which entitled them to promotion without examination.If asked personally to attend the commission meeting,
been resolved.During a commission meeting earlier it had been intended that thoseofficers thus qualifiedfor Monday morning in the Municipal Justice Building located
this year at which time the Rev. Theodore Gibson promotion under the terms of the amendment shouldnot at NW 11th Street and 12th Avenue. The meeting
chided the commission on the moral wrongness in fail- benefit therefrom, it would have been simple to include convenes at 9 a.m. Let's come out and offer our moral-U\

ing to grant these men proper redress. The commission, a .,provision excluding them. The failure of the suppor to these., men who>,have served, long, and tirelessly ..
instructed Mr. Stone (the city attorney) to explore the city to so limit the amendment furnishes reason to as- and deserve 'our support.' "*

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H. E. SIGISMUNC REEVES, Editor end Publisher

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes I I !I, l'l4 ,- i Teenage Football Fans
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City EditorMombtr '
of tho National Newspapers Publishers Association The nature and type of violence experienced by

"" SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'oungNegro children in GrenadaMississippi during the E- Display Good Conduct
week tend to of- ,
$3O0 of the public schools last
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS FOREIGN S6.00 integration L.
for the already '
fer the advocates of Black Power fuel I I

Entered a. Second Close Moftor, August 9. 1927 at tho Post existing fire. The torture and punishment forced upon I knew you could do it if you put your minds to it..

Offlco ot Miami Florldo, under tho oct of March 8, 1876 these youngsters for exercising their basic rights were Your conduct was j just beautiful . .

OHIco lit 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 more than the morality in.termed man will brutal allow.: shows The cowardly the mentally Yes, from where I sit, orchids and more orchids to the
1 be
attack, that can only teenagers who attended the Blanche ElyNorthwestern
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" unbalanced in our society. tussle at Miami-Dade Junior College Stadium last Satur.
Tho NEGRO PRESS believes that America con but load Saddest in the disguise of five southern gentlemenare day evening.
tho world from racial and notional antagonism when it oc- being allowed to satisfy their lust for violence publicly Again the Northwestern band performed brilliantly and
f cords to ovary man rogordloss of race, creed or color his and without interference from the law. This type the football team showed great improvement by trampling
1i mon
and logo! rights, Hating no man, fearing no man-thiNogro of
4012.Of .
atti- Blanche Ely of Pompano by a score
Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that of justice is responsible for the Negroes present and
Impressed highly pleased
: all men ore hurt as long os anyone is held back. tude. The law represents one of the defensive weapons course we were to see
the bulls win by such an overwhelming score, but what
\ employed by whites who preach white supremacy. the '
Impressed us the most was orderly manner in which
JUNIOR COLLEGE BRANCH consciously the Negro regards the law as unequal when the teenage fans returned home after the game.

! Miami's dream of a Dade Junior College branch applied to himself. In most instances this has been the The post game conduct was in sharp contrast to the

across from the downtown post office between NE 1st case, laws that were supposed to offer protection, were highly publicized "night of terror" following the North-
distorted and have other meanings.The western Mays game of Saturday, September 10th when
and 2nd Avenues and 3rd and 4th Streets has not met
Transit buses
12 of 14 special Metro were damaged and
moral attitude of society is carrying us to
favorable consideration as far as receiving funds from our three bus drivers were manhandled and robbed, bringing
the Urban Renewal department is concerned. the brink of disaster. The explosive nature of the dif- discredit to Northwestern Senior High, the Negro teenage

The Regional Director for the Urban Renewal ferent elements within our society makes me wonder if population and to the Negro community as a whole.

Division of the U. S. Housing and Development Depart- our distinction will not be self inflicted. All of the As a precaution against any recurrance of the disgraceful
ment said the Florida Supreme Court has limited urban great powers in history capable of world dominion were acts of September 10th, there was a large number of
renewal slum of sin and from within. police officers on the scene and there are many who will
projects to areas, but the neighborhoodplan toppled as a result corruption
attribute the good conduct of the teenage fans to the presenceof
for the college branch is only blighted and there- Tbe Romans, who created one of the greatest empiresin these officers, coupled with the fact that the bulls won

fore not 'eligible.Mayor history, met defeat mainly because of internal cor. the game.
High said the city will ask the Metro Com ruption. With the pattern of failure as a guideline, and Maybe I am dreaming, but from where I sit I should
mission the county manager and the county attorney the certainly like to think that the display of good conduct of
I, present state of internal strife, the realization of
'to take action necessary to pursue their initial finding what to expect is imminent. these teenage fans resulted from a complete realizationthat
their disgraceful conduct after the September 10th
that the project area is a slum area.
The denseness of our ever growing society makes game was uncalled for and certainly resulted in their being
High said the decision that the area is not a slum "
compatibility among our citizens a must. Advocates of branded by many as a "bad group.
t area"comes as a surprise to those of us who are aware Black Power are just as out of character as are the It goes without saying that such a brand is unwantedby

of the area and its adverse effects on the central core KKK. The success of any nation depends upon the these teenagers. Hence it is my sincere hope and firm
I of Miami." ability of its inhabitants to live together peacefully. belief that good conduct will be the "watch word" of this
1 group and that the good conduct of September 17th will
1t This is as today as it the
PRAYERS IN SCHOOL necessary was among prevail (win, lose or tie) throughout the remainder of the
people of the sprawling Roman America's ability
football season and become a permanent part of their
'Senator Everett Dirksen is endeavoring to have an to sustain its world renown image of power and daily lives.

amendment passed on school prayers, and he declaresit prosperity depends upon the ability of its citizens to Webster defines sportsmanship as skill or adeptness in
is not going to die. The amendment proposed by contain the internal revolt. sports; gentlemanly behavior in sports, particularly in
Senator Dirksen would permit voluntary prayers in Often we hear the power of the Federal government such phases as fair play, graceful winning, and cheerful
public schools. His amendment han been introducedin being attacked. Were it not for the power of the Federal REMEMBER TEENAGERS, "IT MATTERS NOT

the Senate since March, but no action has been government, people guilty of such savage conduct as WHETHER YOU WIN OR LOSE, IT'S HOW YOU
taken on it. that witnessed in Mississippi would go unpunished.The PLAYED THE GAME."

Now comes Senator Birch Bayh of 'Indiana who local law enforcement officers seem to condonethe

II.,,poses the,measure..He.says.he would offer a "senseof violence. This total disregard for law and order
Congress resolution as a substitute for Dirksen's makes the law of the jungle appear more fitting. 11

amendment.. His"substitute ;,would, encourage voluntary would be wishful thinking to even imagine that these
silent prayers in public schools' people, scarred in mind and body could ever qualify for LET'S TALK POLITICS

. Well, its- too bad not having prayers in public the non-violent faction of our society.

schools, but it's the law. However, laws are change By Norman E. Jones

able and any kind of prayer is certainly better than


Veteran Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, who has of the palms of Miami Beach comes a"Modern
served in the House of
Representatives for
21 and
years, Moses" who might well eliminate the illustrious Old
now holds the important position of chairman of the
Dade's Grand crime and
Jury investigating corruption Testament
Moses and lead the Republicans of Floridaout
Housing and Labor Committee has his
now position
has warned witnesses called before them that they threatened by a group of committee members, headed by of the wilderness where they have, been flounder-

must testify or be sent to prison until they 'decide to Rep. Sam Gibbon of Florida, who believes they have the ing for 80 years, from the swamps of the Evergladesto

talk. votes to oust Congressman Powell. the piney thickets of West Florida.

One of those refusing to talk was Houston Rainwater Among charges made against him is that he has es- This space age Nemiah, in the person of Ellis
he was given the option of talking with immunityfrom poused the "black power" movement Rubin candidate for
in the
attorney-general general
Powell has been chairman tof this committee since 1961.
prosecution. It's reported Rainwater answeaPedome He claims that Presidents Kennedy, Johnson and Speaker election may become the keystone in the rebuilding
4j questions on Tuesday and will return to the jury's McCormick had said he was the best chairman on the and reshaping the Republican, Party in Florida intoa

chambers for further questioning at a later date. Hill. saleable, palatable, progressive, positive image
The public await with interest the report on re- The drdsion whether Congressman Powell will remainas which will develop into a political force potent enoughto
sults of this Grand Jury's investigation.THE chairman of these two important committees is expected
bring Florida
to be made on Thursday of this week. into the ranks of status under the two-

UNITED FUND Congressman Powell is also pastor of Abyssinia Bap- party system of government.
tist Church, New York City, built during his father's A dedicated, studious, sincere, quiet almost as-
Lest, we forget, it's United Fund time. pastorate at a cost of $234,000. He has served this con- cetic person, who exudes a dynamic confidence fairly
Meeting on Tuesday, campaign managers set the gregation since 1937, and has not only the admiration bubbling with an optimistic enthusiasm which flows
1966 goal at $3,625,000 and warned that we not let of his flock, but certainly of the Negro community In that smoothly and
powerfully with only the faintest external
city for whom he has made
government bureaucracy strangle the private agenciesthe outstanding contributions. visual or
United Fund supports. sensory perception.A .

The annual kickoff luncheon launched a 64-day CAMPAIGNING FOR GOVERNORPolitical keen intellect nurtured with compassion, a

campaign that ends Nov. 22. Campaign chairman for campaigns are generally strong determination tempered with patience, restlessness -
Interesting, especially of the
ocean tides harnessed strengthas
by a silent
this year is John Halliburton. to the political minded. At the present time we are all
looking toward November enduring as the Rocky Mountains, a boldness to
Everyone who can should support the United when we must elect our next
Fund. This fund supports the Urban League, James E. governor of Florida and also state officials. challenge the greatest odds with a humility which is
In the governor's race this year we will have Miami's disarming, even to his political foes. A politician,
Scott Community Scouts, YMCA, YWCA,
and others. Mayor Robert King High, from the Democratic Party with no bitter enemies, this is the image of Ellis
vs. Claud Kirk from the
'-T&- Party. As Is well
known, Florida is a Democratic state. Rubin.There
Our are many classic slogan used by well
candidate is
RIGHTS BILL KILLEDThe leaving no stone unturned
in his campaign for the office of governor. He claims known products aptly be associated with this Man of
much talked-of Civil Rights bill was laid to rest many of High's supporters are calling his headquarters. Political Destiny, Ellis Rubin. From Packard's "Ask
on Monday, to the disappointment of many, while it was Well, that's the way it goes in politics. Perhaps the man who owns one," comes "Ask the man who
good news for opposers of the measure.Its of his many
supporters are calling the High headquarters. knows Ellis Rubin." From "Better things
defeat was termed a blow to American Negroes.Dr. It's known that there has been Dupont's
Martin Luther said some changes made In for better living through chemistry one could des-
King "It surely heralds darker the High organization. Mayor High has ,
for this social of discontent now taken over cribe Rubin as "Better through
days era command of his own campaign with Scott things for better living
"Although I will continue to preach with all my might Ing as -state campaign chairman. He said Kelly he reluctantly remain- better elected officials." From General Electric,

the moral rightness of non-violence, my words now are accepted the resignation of campaign manager Don Petit "Progress is his most important product. Truly
bound to fall on more deaf ears," said Dr. King. and blamed it on a "conflict in concept" Ellis Rubin is "The that refreshes" the
Whitney Young, executive director of the National pause on
Urban League said, "It can only serve to worsen an NEW CRIME PROBE Florida political scene, "99 and 44/100 pure."
already serious racial crisis."

Roy Wilkins, executive director of the NAACP said Attorney General Earl Faircloth said on Monday he
Senator Everett Dirksen "led the axmen who killed the will organize a new crime-probing agency staffed by lay-
bill had from others In both men and dedicated to breaking the back
but help parties. of the state's MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
Naturally, we had hoped for the passing of the bill, soaring crime rate.
but must accept our disappointment. We believe Presidents The Florida State Committee on Law Enforcement and MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

tfohnson is also disappointed that the bill did not meet the Administration of Justice will "assess the problems APPRECIATE DOING BUS INESS WITH YOU.
of enforcement
approval of the Legislature.Here justice and corrections."
Is how our Congressmen voted: Democrats, for Aside from halting the Increasing crime rate, "the proposed THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.

cloture, 42; against 41. law enforcement committee would afford new protection PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
Republicans: for cloture 10; against 20. to persons and property, deal with offenders and
ensure Justice through due criminal process."

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 23. 1966 5

PFC Franklin A. Greaves Esq.visited his familyon Theodore Gibson, Jr., Frederick Hunt; Fisk-Carol
4 N a 20 day leave. PFC Greaves is in the United Davis; Spellman-Carlotta Rhetta, Maria Wyche.
States. Marines. While on leave Greaves visited rela- -*
Y\ 1. tives in Jacksonville and Miami. A farewell
party was
Lejand DeGrasse, a senior at St. John's College
hosted by a close college friend at the Seville HoteL ;NYC, is visiting his uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. George
r The event was splendidly appointed and all showeredhim Simpson.

with gifts and wishes of success. PFC Greaves is
The Rev. C. H. Thompson, pastor of Transfiguration -
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ewart Greaves. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
Baptist Church, Nassau, Bahamas, returned to :
Miami last week after having spent three months in FUNDAMENTALS Manhood, not scholarship, is the
Miss Kathlene Hepburn of Miami along with Miss
Tampa with his sister, Mrs. Irene Outen. Accompaniedby first aim of education.
Curtestine May of Tampa vacationed in JamaicaKingston .
his daughter, Mrs. Frances Stubbs, he returns to the Ernest Thompson Seton
Bahamas Montego Bay, Rios and St. Thomas. Miss
Friday.In .
Hepburn spent a few days in Miami with family and
Miami he was the guest of Deacon and Mrs. A.
friends before returning to post graduate studies at
Dean and his cousins, the Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Thompson. Tuskegee Institute.Mrs. .

lie wishes to thank the many friends who helpedto r ;
makehis trip pleasant. W
Virlyn Southerland and Mrs. Mary A. Mickens .
Emma returned last week from a three-week vacation
Jane Simmons, student nurse, R. Sept. touring
28), at Homer G. Phillips Hospital, St. Louis, is visi- Detroit. Canada and Ohio and visiting relatives and

ting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Simmons, 1360 friends. They report a very pleasant trip.
N W 68th Street.
Bon Voyage to Mrs. Evalina W. Robinson who re- X

Wielna Smith chose Grand Bahamas as her vacation 'ceived a subbetical and will be leaving for Mexico

spot. City where she will matriculate at the University of

the Americas. She was recently entertained by friendsat

The home of Soror Gloria Littlefield was the set- a farewell affair given at the New England Oyster _
ting for the initial meeting of thelocal chapter of Alpha 1 House. Mrs. Robinson is an art consultant in the Dade )

Phi Chi Sorority.Mr. County school system.

and Mrs. Connie Cooper entertained friends at Mrs. I. L. Tapper flew to Los Angeles, California ,,
a party, honoring Alex Gibson.On where she visited two nieces, Mrs. Pauline Miley and
Mrs. Sylennia Trotter and a nephew Jessie Reid in

Saturday, the local Zetas met at the home o f San Diego. She reports a fascinating trip.

Soror Rosa Fortson.

Miss Eugy Nixon, niece of Hugh S. Nixon and
Mrs. Mauderita Bain of Nassau is the houseguest 'Melba Nixon, is vacationing in our fair city from Nassau -

of her daughter and son-in-law,. the James Harris.' : ,.Bahamas. Miss Nixon is the daughter of Constable a

James Nixon of Exuma, Bahamas.Off .


Sunday, September 25, the Senior Twilight to College Clark-Marilyn Wilson; Howard-

Sewing Circle Club will celebrate their 40th Anniversary -

at St. Agnes Episcopal Church at the 8 a.m. mass,

as guests of Mrs. Dela B. Carey and Mrs. Lee Hamilton. Alpha Kappa Alpha
Mrs. Willa Mae Pinder is president and Mrs. Char-
les (Edna) Culmer is secretary. Sorority To Present --- -- -

Friends of Hazel Seymour, who underwent surgeryat Niles, business manager of athletics at Florida A&M

St. Francis Hospital, wish for her a speedy recovery. Fashion Show University, and his secretary, Ellene Beasley,' a sop-
homore from Tallahassee, busily prepare for the 1966

WEDDING BELLS The Miami chapter of evening thing il! football season. Season tickets are now on sale at the
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority EBONY FASHION FAIR athletic ticket office located in the Jake Gaither Ath
Juanita Sellers and Jack Saunders were marriedon will present EBONY consists, d nine attractive female -
letic Center on the FAMU campus. The cost of a season
Monday. FASHION FAIR COLOR- models and a male
ticket for the four Tallahassee is $11.50 tax in-
games ;
BALLOO at the Miami model, along with wardrobe
Beach Auditorium Sun- ladies director cluded. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.
Congratulations to Asquith and Thelma McDonald. on music ,stage
day, Get 23, 1066, at 500 and business 4x t1GLAMOURIZr'
who have celebrated their Ninth (pottery, willow) Anni- p.m.. The I traveling fashion and managercommentatcr 'the latest in 'r ..
versary. show Is produced by EB- gh-fashion creations.
ONY Magazine, a Negro- This year's show will
IT'S BIRTHDAYTIME oriented publication, for highlight fashions from all .

22 Teria Toles, Edward Cherry, Charles charitable purposes in 70 over the world.Appearing In WIGS
Sept. cities this year. the show wW be creations !
Williams, Lydia Richardson and Sharon Lightsey; Sept. Mrs. Ada M. DeVcaux, from such leading couturiers
23, Geraldine Smith, Marguerite V. Miller, Cleo Jolli- general chairman announced as Chrktlan Dior, Yves St.
vette, Florence Greer and Martha Williams. Sept. 25, that net proceeds Laurent, Balendago, Nor- $69 .00
John Ralph, Cathy Yvette Sims, Elijah Childs, Charles from the show in Miami will man Norell, Arthur JaUow, .s
to trig sorority's Exceptional : Tifleau Rudi Gernreich
go ,
Williams, Darryl Shaw, Robert Saunders. Sept. 26, Pauline -
Children and Scholarship Donals Brooks, Chester
II. Johnson, Michelle Evans, Moses Williams, Fund. Mrs. Arlecn R. Wekburg and Mary Quant i $10 downS
George H. Thompson and Alva F. Price. Sept. 27, Sel- WilBams, chairman of put Since its inception in 1 :.

ma T. Ward, Placile Wells, Juanita Hamberry and Sept. Ifciry, stated that arrangements 1958, EBONY FASHION
28, Mary Robinson Sims. HAPPY BIRTHDAY. are underway make FAIR has made it possible $ week
the affair one of the largest for local organizations INX per
Week smdai events of the season such as Alpha Kappa Sor-
September 18-24 National Dog
ki which everyone in Miamican ority to raise more than IMPORTED HUMAN HAIR LIMITED SUPPLY
23 Fall Begins
contrfcute to a worthy $860,000 for chart taUepur-
24Yom Kippur or Day of Atonement cause and have an exdtlnK poses. Fr. Shop At HUM Strvict

Sept. 24-Oct. 1National 4-H Club Week Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority -
was founded in 1906 LJiWDiNNAJ
James and Seretha Harris are all smiles since the on the campus of Howard ::

arrival of their pink bundle of joy, Mauderita Denise. Unh/ersty In Washington, u '
D.C., by a group of women
Mom and baby are A-OK.
interested in promoting
finer womanhood,high morals
Denise Sawyer, daughter of Clarice and Bill Saw- and intellectual attain- 9454526

yer of Opa-locka, entertained friends with a back-to- ments. The sorority is international -
school party at the home of her parents. having chapters
located in many parts of the
world. The sorority has
Melvin stubbs, celebrated his birthday with a partyat made many worthwhile contributions

his home, Friday evening. to the world. One
of its national projects Is

Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Stevenson of Antioch Baptist helping disadvantage girls
ki the Cleveland Job Corps Hi the
Church, Brownsville, were among those attending the
Program. Locally the Miami
National Baptist Convention at Dallas. chapter,headed by Mrs.Gir- a
/ --- thia C. Williams, Basileus, HAVOKwise /
Get well wishes to Mrs. Eugenia Fields at Christian provides an annual scholarship -

Richard Seymour at Veteran's Cleora Brooks to some deserving girl
Bernice Sellers, Janis Russell, Naomi and Martha high school graduate to the
college of her choice. This Y
Johnson and Peggy Dean at home.
scholarship may be continued -
for four years providedthe
Houseguesting with Earline D. Rogers, at her recipient maintains a desired
56th St. home are Mr. and Mrs. Onton S. Lloyd of average.

Washington, D. C. Tickets for the fashion
Chester Weinburg.in his first show are priced at $5.00 I
year as a Seventh Avenue General Admission, and
these families in their loss of loved I
Sympathy to designer, has one of his sexiest $7.00 Reserved Seats, and Fine Potato
the Perrys and the Crawfords.It Chip Co.
the Summersetts "show
ones: stoppers"In EB- Include a one year subscription -
ONY Fashion Fair. Ills toJET Magazine. ftr-
was a double mission that brought Edna Mae black bye nude evening sons already subscribing to w t

(Holly) Robinson, to her old hometown. A visit with her gown with ablacksatinbow, either magazine may renew I
family (Love-Edden) and a vacation in Nassau. Ray Jr. deftly placed on one shoulder -. their subscription. Tickets 3341 N.W. 65 St.
creates a wing died oOer be obtained from
may members
Mom by two weeks to enjoy the sun and surf. I
preceeded er creates a wing effect over d the sorority, The Seville '/>

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Stanley of 1610 NW 55th Terr.It's the Inches right above arm.the Revealing right knee, Harlem Hotel Drug on Miami Store,Beach or by, Mini i Fli. OX 10231

are celebrating their 39th Wedding Anniversary. the gown dramatically calling 606-1917 or PL 7- ,
best wishes for a happy anniversary. curves to the floor. 0785.



6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday September 23. 1966 _y
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3y Gwendolyn Loverne Ross .h'' : ': "U SI", "''""C' FOR
THE NEW YORK BEAT Assemblyman Percy Sutton, : ':') \ '; :; Hlft, N<: CUSSES: ;
AROUND OUR PARKS 45, the fourth successive Negro to become Manhattan : ..." "' !f1.'t": "'." ',,',; ,
"Something for all Ages," describes the fall Borough president. The Harlem Democrat was electedto r.t.: ., .. ...' ,' ;,- CALL:.'-;,mmiK '
.. .. ..._ . .'. .....
E program for Richmond Heights Park, initiated on Tues- the post by a vote of 6 to 2 at a special NYC Boardof '' x JWh-1! **
day, September 19. The program is: Estimate meeting. Mr. Sutton replaced the new
Weekdays: 2:00, General Recreation, 6-9 years. Federal Judge Constance Baker Motley, who held the
3:00, General Recreation, 10-11 years; 4:00, General B. P. Post Sept. 13. Brooklyn's Rev. Gardiner C.
Recreation, teens; 7:00, Slow Pitch Softball! ,. ,adults. Taylor, minister of the 20,000 member Concord Baptist John B iiw
Monday: Ceramics, adults. 7:00. Church in Bedford-Stuyvesant, returned from the
Tuesday: 7:00, Slimnastics, adults (women). Progressive National Baptist General convention in
..;-. Wednesday: 7:00, Ceramics, table games, adults. Memphis, Tenn. where he was elected president of the
Thursday: 7:00, Arts & Crafts,table games, adults. convention. Rev. Taylor viewed against the young
Saturday: 9:00, Arts & Crafts, children. civil rights leaders such as Stokely Carmichael of
The pool will be closed from October through March. SNCC and his ,so-called Black power. Bob Hayesof
The Richmond Heights Athletic Commission, head- the Dallas Cowboys is major league's fastest run- .
ed by Fred Lucas, is organizing inter-park flag-football ner in football The Sunday's feature of football -
leagues. "Nat" champs Green Bay Packers and the Cleveland
I Browns without Big Jimmy Brown didn't seem normal. .
SCHOOL, SCOOPS Julian Bond, 26-year-old director of the Student Non-
Trumpets blew, gowns rustled, and voices grew Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) resigned the
S hushed as the audience waited excitedly for the start of post for personal reasons. Bond was elected to repre-
Miss Mays High's coronation on Thursday, Sept. 15. sent Georgia in the Georgia House of Representa ves, k
J Officiating at the royal occasion was Ronald Carter, twice, but was refused his peat because of his Viet-
J Mays' Student Council President. nam views. With no comment on Black Power, Bond de-
t Organizational sweethearts, dressed in pastel, nounce the Atlanta riot as unfortunate.
J floorlength gowns and carrying white carnations with
vari-colored streamers, lead the processional. Announ- POWER OF ADAM CLAYTON POWELL "Powell,
sing the girls and their escorts were, Jewel Armstrong the tall man of Congress" is currently battling fellow
f and Earlean Johnson. committeeman Rep. Sam Gibbons, a Florida Demo, who
Attendants Mildred Hall and Wanda Ferguson, both proposed last week that the powers of the chairman-
,dressed in fitted, white floorlength gowns with match- ship be turned over to the six senior Democrats. Sam ,
ing coats, were escorted by Ronald McGregor and Al- Gibbons *: attack on Adam fbwell is like fighting fire. r.
bert Hannah, Varsity Football players. Already the Great Political Powers have jumped to the
"There She is-Miss Mays High," sang by Elizabeth defense of Powell. Manhattan Board Pres. Percy Sutton t
Coleman, signaled the' appearance of her royal was the first to say Powell will make it, he has -Affi
i highness, Miss Mays High, Carolyn Harris. Resplendentin weathered these storms before. I
a white, fitted floorlength gown, accented by a slit,
with a waist-length cape and matching accessories, she GEORGIA ANNA FINLEY SPOTLIGHT GIRL OF Dth scO1 i. ,
knelt on a pillow to be crowned by Miss Mays High o f THE WEEK: Hails from West Palm Beach, Fla., lived 1.0.cntcx aw.1.7YILf?": 'a
1965-66, Mattie Walker. with her uncle, Calvin Finley. She resides in the
'1 Following the crowning, she was presented a Bronx at 1496 Bryant Ave. A New York model; her
bouquet of red roses and her scarlet cape by two pages. favorite singer is Arthur Prysock, "My Faith." Sends here!
Her attendants were also presented with bouquets of plenty of love and regards to her mother, Mrs. Jessie was
roses.Mrs. Bell Finley and cousin Chris Finley of Miami.

..... Willis Ann Gaines:,directed the coronation.
R- WAYNE ROBERTS KEY WESTER ARRIVES IN Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-
' I
' w SOCI, AL NOTES NEW YORK ,- Wayne, 19, son of Jim Roberts and the bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their
Lewanzer Lassiter and William Johnson, '66 graduates former Cynthia Wilkerson, arrived on the silver meterat lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
of Mays High School, motored to Winter Haven. Penn station Sept. 14. He'll be studying for the old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take
Florida to begin their college careers at Rollins Col- denistry and will reside at 154 Himrod St., Brooklyn. peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the beat,"say
lege, Lewanzer and William, recipients of threethousand the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whole
dollar scholarships, were accompanied by her TEEN TALK AND MUSIC SURVEY Cicely Tyson taste is gentle,and whose price light.
mother, Mrs. Augustine Oliver, and his father, Mr. opened a four week engagement at the Longacre M PROOF. IMPORTED B*JAMES M. McCUNN A CO*, INC, N.Y.
John Tomas. Theatre Wednesday past called an Evening of Poetry
You'll surely be in if you wear cotton to the upcoming and Folk Songs by American Negroes. Dee Dee 1
Cotton Dress Ball. Sponsored by the Richmond Warwick's "1 Want to be With You" hit dedicated
Heights' Women's Club. The affair is set for September Coconut Grove's Alnora Rolle, (The Beautician) N01 PLAYINGBIG
i t 24, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Cutler Ridge Amuse- Stanley Sweeting sitting in as guest columnist for Dave
ment Center. Tickets may be purchased from any club Bondu proves only one thing, that "Lin O'type Sweet- E .
member. ing is the
greatest. Sweets can find more news and
While visiting the Miami area as houseguests the gossip in four city blocks than any other
reporter could
Charles Gibsons (Doris), Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pratt (Mildred find in a whole town. I will be in Miami next week. UNIT ALL FUN SHOW
) of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, were entertained by Scoop Bethel saying time and tide waits for no
lit and Mrs. George Cambridge (Ruby) of Monroe St. So long.
and Mrs. Lola Mae White of Liberty City and other LOOKOUT '
friends. The Pratts recently returned home. forACTIONI


newly formed Community Choir elected its k iJ'
slate of officers at a recent meeting-rehearsal. The
slate is: ROMANCE!

President, Sylvia Grant; vice president, Sharon
Hepburn; secretary, Belinda Simpson; assistant secre-
tary, Rosalind Hepburn; treasurer, Sandra Stringer; :
parliamentarian, Jesse Jones, chaplain, Charles Blakely.The JC1 F 44r Walt
choir, which is directed by Mrs. Vernice Disney ,,,,,. ;
Ross, coordinator of the "Songs of Glory" program on ; I1O1JSE4DAYlDr
Channel 10, made its first appearance on Sunday, Sept. ii, ROBIN ti tiTECNN1COlOR
18, at St. John AME Church. I

;'> It will also be featured with other guest singing r ,Rel OY Store (IIUJSOEu.si'c
groups of the program, at a plaque ceremony honoring ,. "
Channel 10 and Mrs. Molly Turner, public affairs director JWi0d "- DICK NANCY
for the station,on Oct. 9, from 2:30 until, at GreaterSt. VAN
Paul Methodist Church in Coconut Grove. f NWJIlSth Averts DYKE KWAN TariAO F

I \ fa;J Open'lO am. to lO'jpjnV'DailytmsLl.T
JAZZVILLE MOVINGTO Jazzville's policy will remain "* *
Hi. 1r '
RANCHER the same with concerts
LOUNGE every Sunday and the Alan A
Rock show '"Jazz on the
Friday night will bethe Rocks" boradcast live on
last that Jazzville's doorsat WMBM-WGOS and direct from ious Gifts 1JI
the Seville Hotel will be the new and more accessabl e '
open, and that will be for a Jazzville. foweouf lnd.n rul. dnTUmt yputlea ytmo
going away party for the Ira Tuesday nights will present EXTRA A4DED WALT
Sullivan Four, Joani Harrison Folk singer Vince Mar- CrrnlesJc.RS.
and Alan Rock. But jazz tin with a folk mn'ir concert.
'tas not died. Jazzville will Arrangements are being made T ICHN COIOa
move entirely (including for improvisational theater '
...,cpcktail watiresses and bar- groups to perform during the NO NAME WAS MORE FEARED THAN.TNE ...,*
tender) to what was formerly week also. There will be no
the Rancher Lounge on Biscayne concert Sunday Sept. 18.
! Boulevard at 126th St. Next concert will be Sunday,
Operation will begin with a Sept. 25 at Jazzville's new DEBS.
big house warming Sept. 24. location. mus .fltAg M EASTMAN

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 23, 1966 7f
.\...... .., d...,
r+ n '.. peace Corps Teacher To Dirl t .

Edison Center EOPI Office I

A Peace Corps teacher and mong Gardens Neighborhood
specialist in social problems Center, which will be opened
just back from a two-year tour within weeks.At .
in has the same time, Weather-
of duty Ethiopia, joinedthe
11 + war on poverty in Dade ley announced the promotion
vJ' BY DAVE BONDU County. of Arden McCullem Libby,
Richard Weatherley, exe- longtime resident of Miami,
1I'm t cutive director of the Econo former Coral Gables businessman -
mic Opportunity Program, and most recently with
back after a much needed rest. First I want to : Inc., fighting the war, announced the EOPI'S Personnel Depart-
thank Stanley "Sweets" Sweeting for the beautiful job today that William T. mdnt, to Personnel Director.In .
he did in writing this column. I only hope that someday 4 Sims, graduate of Duke and addition to the hiring
he may continue to write. As for I t i itiiI Stetson and member of the and placement of personnel,
me, am glad to
be Florida Bar,. will serve the Libby will also supervise the
back home. I had a nice vacation. played all the
EOPI as director of its Edison preparation of the EOPI pay-
golf I wanted to, and went everywhere I wanted to. In Center Little River Larch- roll.

Nassau, it was the Bahamas Country Club, in Freeportit I

was the Lucaya Country Club and the Kings Inn; in .
Ft. Lauderdale it was the beautiful Sunrise Country IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Club; and in Hollywood there was Orange Brook. Finally r1

I wound up at The Doral. I.did have sadness, though.

I.lost my mother,Mrs. Patricia Bondu of Brooklyn, N. Y. 'VftMi

and had to come home from the Bahamas to make arrangements ..rte

She was 67, and was suffering from cancer.I .

would like to thank all of you for your expressions of -- ......... ..._ -..-...n. NO LAYOFFS

sympathy, and cards are forthcoming.While Radio Station WMBM 'held a picnic at Virginia\ *
Beach Sunday, September 18. Capitol Recording star *
I was in the Islands, I read that the intended Roy Hamilton and Miami Dolphin flanker back Bo Roberson PAID SICK LEAVE

march on City Hall was a flop. The so-called riot that were guest of honor. Left to right: Roy Hamilton, PAID VACATIONS

was to come off, on Labor Day, never did and we Milton (Butter Ball) Smith, Bo Roberson and Charlie RETIREMENT PROGRAM

would like to thank the people who worked so hard to Brown. *
keep our city in its existing peaceful way of life: *
George Kilpatrick, Athalie Range, Neal Adams, Judge UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
Johnson, Sam Moncur, Farley Neasman, Walter Green, Former Miami Minister TRAINING PAY ALLOWANCE

and a host of others. Funny how some people thought

that the Negroes would be the first to riot in our city,
and it turned out to be the Cubans. Even though it was Heads $7.5 Million Average Annual Wages

supposedly for a different reason, there was still a

riot. It made me think of a statement that Roger, one of

the starters at Miami Springs Golf Course, made when Housing ProjectThe $6,400

he said "it would be wonderful to pick up a newspaperand
read nothing but good news, instead of things like Rev. Bertram E. Col-
murders, rapes, wars, riots, etc. Our town could be such lie, a former Miamlan Is the rWE 1hl. TRAt 1'YOU OR THE JO9
a place if people would look at the good side of it. aggressive and orlgresslve
of the St. John
pastor Baptist
Church of Grand Prairie, JfWpPS jf f AwWspwiSf'
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Warren Welters a municipality of Dallas ; ,, s;,qual :safak aka
tr x ii i-iif t' "*ft'WI'' 'iK1
County.St. %2M5; otn arQdeeaucotonTfllo sejH| >r.4
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Ilean Phillips John an up and going ;
church. Miami visitors dur- mftfed, ,>Fla. "t1=c4iQuffwfs license.,

GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Jeff RobinsonThe ing morning service,Sun-
day, Sept. 11, were Deacon
and Mrs. Sylvester Bruton DADE COUNTY PERSONNEL DEPT.
Economic Opportunity Legal Services Program, and the Rev. L. A. Thompson BUILDING
Inc. and the Dade County Bar Association are co- JUSTICE k u

sponsoring' series of Legal Education, Programs'' for That aftemoonthevisitors 1351. NW 12 STREET ,5TH: FLOOR, ..
the people in disadvantage areas of the communitytoinform also attended the groundbreaking :-
them of their with to certain ceremony
rights regard areas John
Apartment Project. Participating -
of the law. The first in a series of Legal Education on the programwere

Programs for the people in the Brownsville area willbe Mayor C. Waggon--

presented Monday night, September 26, at 7:30 p.m., er and other city and county

Brownsville EOPI Center, 2741 NW 49th Street. A team officials and representatives I I '
of the Ministrlal Al
from the Dade County Bar Association will speak on /
liance. The speaker for the
the topic, "How to Rent an Apartment and Get the occasion was the Hon. Luther

Landlord to Keep it Up." There is no admission fee. Holcomb, acting' chairman I't ,
The is invited to attend., -_ 1
public cordially of the Equal Opportunities /
Commission, Washington A

Did you know that we have a Negro in one of the D.C., who had flown to Dal- '

mutuel windows at the Dog Track James Bowe, a former las upon the invitation of the
Rev. Collie.
policeman, is now showing "our color" to the bet- The St. John Apartment

tors. We are proud and happy for him. Project is a$1.5 million FH A
concern sponsored by the '|

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Paul Katz, at Furni- church. When completed it

ture Supermarket, 6120 NW 7th Avenue did a nice thing will have 124 units, a day. 1

the other day. I told him about a family that was in care and administration nursery for 60 children build

trouble and needed some furniture. Lo and behold, he ing all alr offered to donate some furniture to the family. So you John's also operates: a

see, there are plenty of nice people in our town . credit union The pastor was Finance Your Car with Our
Same goes for L. L. Brooks, president of Bonded Ren- highly commended for his

tal Agency. He donated a stove and refrigerator, bless vision and undaunted deter-

his heart .'. Back at the Brownsville EOPI Center mination. AUTO LOAN)
Grand Prairie is about a
hear tell that Roscoe Machett has been promoted to 15-mlnute ride from down-

assistant director of the new Little River EOPI Office, town Dallas.McLEODS .

which is soon to be opened, while Judge Johnson is .. 4.. v... ...
playing host to a group of Peace Corps people About t.r.,,".,opoun'f US' th,ttetisY rov'v'an't' : "f'nq ui this" ,

that neighborhood up around 83rd Street and NW 8th RETURNTO ..
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Avenue, someone should tell those new Negro dwellersto KANSAS CITY "'I', ''. 1".J1".r ja"dt..prlc. ,'" ( 'jI,,( .'('(.".. I
move those broken down cars in their driveways V p .' if!ioan J quick"'and'with"i.J' rr J
AFTER VISITMr. t.j2 1'(0 JI ., : !
and fix the broken screen doors. That's what makes a \ ..;tt! M elt Ourq I oan ,p ''lfrI is t'H; ro ..;-.,r!,r wdn
nice area like that into a slum area. Doesn't anyone and Mrs. Earl McLeod makelloand'ill 'it. ,:
care? returned to Kansas City, Mo. ... t1lto,. -- .'" '- ) :' 1)1 Ofif : ,"... tl. ('
after spending two weeks I f
vacation with Mr. McLeod'sI I I r3:: !Interest Can6.aS:f .IDw a1,4,4% on o'n.w co'on li
Thatis it for this week. Till the next one, LIVE mother and sister, Alma, months =tli: owestra1 '
long"as 36 ,
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LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE ,OF IT. Mrs. Elsie L. Parkinsmotherinlaw : :
of Mr. McLeod accom- ay nen s'possIbl. I.:. W. a so. a Aloc I }s:on t1. -
companie dthem on the trip. 'yJ
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cars up to
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The family and friends ex- .. ; :t :;r,'"
tended many courtesies. The

=Drib ies Guest HousesjSfi' vacation sightseeing activities and a beach included par-
fl ,., ty e Hauover! Beach and a LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
II ''t"I t #'.T, s 1hous.o'unusiral.. '" '. Some friends extending [i]
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''' Rachel Culmer, Mrs. Helen
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broths w courtesies were Mr. and Mrs,
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OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY John Hawkins and Mr. and
634-3851 Mrs. Charles Strachan.Mr. Monday, Tuesday, Wodnotday, Thursday 9:30 am to 2 pm; Fridays' ',30 am to 2 pn
2941 N.W. 41TH STREET McLeod will resume and 5 prn to 8 pm. Drva! >ln Window open Mondoy thru Friday 2 la S pm; Saturdays 9 to
his duties with the public
DUGIEAlw noon.
JAMAICA school in Kansas
system City.
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1 "t Howard, EOPI counselor B-2: ; George Moten, Patricia
Roberson, Geraldine Plez, Josie M. Royce, Mary Gar
To Be Equalby rison, Carnetta Morley, Lawrence K. Adderly, EOPI
counselor B-2; Kneeling left to right: Juanita Whiley,
Earline Plez and Sandra Williams.Not Pictured: Lamart

Whitney M. Young Jr. Newsome, Elexzenia Garrison, Ronnie Whiley, Leroy

Executive Whiley, Nathaniel Newsome and Sarah Bell Powell.
Director National Urban League!

of the favorite targets in the political shoot- Susan F, Harris, R.N., was honored on last
ing gallery is the War on Poverty. It has been a sit- Tuesday night by the employees of Christian Hospital,
ting duck for pot-shots from the extremists on the Inc. The group had made two previous attempts to arrange -
right, extremists on the left, and politicians looking this surprise for her.
for a headline or two. A plaque inscribed "sincere and warm thanks for
As in any other war, the critics on the sideline Pb service" was presented by Mrs. Alexander Brooks,
have their own preconceived ideas of how it should rx, dY director of nurses who made brief remarks. Eleanor
be run and what is wrong with it. But to those of
us ___ ._ Bindrin of the hospital staff pinned an orchid on the
on the front lines of the battle ""W' ""A
against poverty, it is
clear Happy smiles denoting a job well done. as the honoree. Guests included members of the Board of
that whatever their failings, the current
programsare group above delight in their successful collecting of Trustees of which Miss Harris serves as recording....
an important beginning to enormous task of
funds for the Leukemia Foundation. secretary.
eliminating poverty.
Fifteen marched for the Leuke- dedicated worker Harris has
The War on Poverty is actually a number of Liberty'City youth A Miss given un-
federal progrmas, most of them administered by the mia Drive in the areas of.103rd St. NE 6th Ave to 136thSt. stintingly of her time and experience to the communityand
Office of Rconomic opportunity, headed by the ener- and NW 7th Ave. to Christian Hospital. During the month of June,
getic and edicated Sargent Shriver. Those pictured above are from left to right:Louise she served as acting administrator for the institution.

The War on Poverty has directly employed about
45,000 people in different programs; it has given almost \SS Buthvetaer.&OT
a million children pre-school education in Opera-
tion Head Start; it has placed 700,000 young peoplein 11$ DEER
the work-study Neighborhood Youth Corps; it has
put 200,000 youths in a college work-study program;; A i otu3a
it has created a domestic Peace Corps-Vista--whlcb
organizes volunteers for an attack on slum problems;
it has placed thousands of unemployed youths in the
Job Corps where they can get the skills to competefor
good jobs; and it has many other programs which 1
have brought new hope where none existed before. 1 1 t 1 1t
Perhaps the most exciting of its programs is the
Community Action Program. This provides federal I
assistance for local groups which develop programto IfHOUYWOOB
combat poverty in their communities and enlist .
the poor in carrying out. these programs. By ;evolving CJtNBY *t
the poor in developing and admini stering programs 111. s11r..11/1 sllsrs
professional bureaucrats think is good for them, CAP w ?v ION! SIRLOIN TIP EYE euT//Rs T O.O1cD a
the stake in their future. It OR BOTTOM ROUND YOUNG CANNED INL
gives poor a own goes a SIRLOIN _
long way towards countering the apathy and the indifference [IALLT TIMMID +-' NOL[OR S 9f; COKLANDUNE: TORN L/. 69'TRUN .w
which the reactions to charity.By 1-'I---
are typical =- A""E"IIOYHAM _
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harnessing the energies of people and involving MoN woND
poor / / /onw w,._....,.... ... _
them in this way, the program is one of the ROUND ALL MEAT ROLL' .. i!
most important social innovations in years. Ls6 #r' a..4 19 :'/ 55 C flANKS SAUSAGI ,
CAP programs are alsoa source of experimentation -- Mfl "
and new ideas, as groups on the local level BABY SPARE RIBS u 69* 59'u'49's
develop unique new approaches. This is one of the wIw.NNMNNI .NINNN/NN / iii
advantaees to keeping the War on Poverty out of the ;' /RC aMDNEO ,A.(PRIML SLICED lR SALON .
1 I ctNTm CUT Cut ROAST aoz 45'J
established government departments innovation can ,: CARP "DO* 169ROSKR ,
thrive in a new, young and independent departmentfree sTVL[LANAIDR( ........... / from the pressures and program rivalries of an I c CftMCrmlSlicri
I'lJUV '
CAP has borne the brunt of the attacks on the iooi. I KRAFT sLICEo NATUAAL, $' 59 LSE.a
: $gE LONOHORN CHEESE 55 I SWISS tltZS o=.69' u. w
whole program. This important program is threatenedwith .'I l __ .. .it 11 11 I .II11 i .Ill I1I... ..11 .a.. 1I 111!..
the loss of funds in favor of "safe" programs
which don't step on quite so many toes, and so sup- CANADA DRY
porters of progress must be on guard against weaken- Luu ASSORTED HAVORS ,
ing this important phase of the War on Poverty. / 6PLIO' / WAtR ALL
Another significant accomplishment of the War ..........U.UIUIUUUUUlIUUUURIlu................................................
on. Poverty is the unprecedented degree in which
Negroes and other minorities have been inte- i SWANSDOWN i
grated into good jobs. No department has a higher 18

percentage of Negroes on its payro;; than OEO. Mem- 5 oz. $1
bers of the minority groups hold one in four jobs in
OEO, 40 per cent of the jobs in CAP, including 30 per CAKE AMRIXES
cent of the top jobs and 25 per cent of the member-

ships on CAP boards. short- .. ........................IU.UUI.............................................i r...
Rather than quibble about real or imagined
comings in one or the other programs of the War on 1 |H.IVJjkilj / E /

Poverty, critics would be more helpful if they spent IL PARKCN /WL RISS01/ .
their energies in trying to get the program expanded. flog LIMEADE : D"'IAK'_
The War on Poverty is budgeted at a mere $1.7 billionone ,f M-! KINOALLLIMONADI V'" Porm...... '
of the smallest items in the federal budget. Yet
the goal of the program is to eliminate the poverty COfF11 ii 69 C
which afflicts one of every six Americans. Surely this .
is a goal which needs far more funds. TINY GORTON
The $1.7 billion figure represents a mere 1426thof FISH FUBT" HAUBUT SHRIMP
the gross national project; it is only 1/64th of the '' CAKES SOU, STEAK SCAMPI
federal budget. It is a fraction of what we spend on the
space race; it is far less than what we spend on pETUGENTTou=. F /*25lS49 agriculture, conservation, or normal) government ex- DUZ. ;:: DRINK
penses. This nation must spend more or it will for- '"'GLASS
ever have the curse of poverty haunting the land. WITM fKDI-

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RANGEDr. in-law; two brothers-in-law; EOPI Has 50

other relatives. Services will
Beaulah! Carr of 735 be held Saturday at 4 p.m. at

I Heineman Ave.Daytona Bch., Isreal Bethel Baptist Church. Openings For
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS died Sept. 17. Dr. Carr was a

noted educator and a memberof George Newbold of 820 NW

the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.She 67th St.. died Sept. 20. Mr. Job Training

is survived by a sister, Newbold is a well-known
Edythe Bowman Washington, The Economic Opportunffy
Miamian and of
pioneer one
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS BAlD D.C.; other relatives and its first Negro funeral dIrec- Program, Inc., the agency
that fights the war on
serviceswere poverty
and of 14001 friends. Memorial tors. He was retired. H e
The Sinquefield James ,
family of the late in Dade County has
held in the chapel Tuesday pro-
Reaves families wish to Madison Street, Richmond is survived by his wife, Fannie -
,EARL ALONZO WHITE JR. the sorority. The remains sister. Services will be vocational job training opportunities -
thank their many friends, Heights died on Sept. 17 at by ; a with for 50 men
of Miami, who' resided in New neighbors and clubs for the South Miami Hospital.Mr. were shipped to Pen- held Friday Sept. 23 at 11 a.m. of all age groups.
York City wish to understanding sacola for final rites and in the chapel.
their express their sympathic Sandifer is survived by The openings are in the
appreciation to the the passing of Mr. in his wife Mrs. Elmira Sand burial. facilities of the Jewish Vocational

many friends in Miami! for Issac Sinquefield. The many ifer, 3 sons Messrs. K. P. Deacon William Crawfordof ,Service, 318 NW

their telegrams, florals and cards, acts of kindnessestoo Sandifer Willie James and William Hall of 1360 NW 1210 NW 68th St. died Sept. 25th St., an agency coopera-

cards, in our hours of bereave numerous to mention ,2 Mrs. 1st Ct. Apt. 8 died Sept. 15. 21. He lived in the Miami area ting with the EOPI for such
ment. They indeed comfortedus. here will long be remembered.We Jimmy Anna Felder Mrs. jannie Survivors are two daughters, since 1934 and was an active training purposes.

also wish to thank the Elnora Keller and Rosa Mae and faithful members of Mt. Applicants must fulfill
Funeral' Home;' Rev. Howard, 13 grandchildren, Coaty; five brothers, Alfred,
Mrs. Alice White Manker other Zion Baptist Church. Sursvivors only two eligibility require
Pinckney 3 2 brothers an
Mother of New York City Kelley for their services in relatives and friends. The remains Eugene, John, Gester and are wife, Willie Bell; ments: They must be part of

And FamilyIN our hour of bereavement. will and Sawyer; two uncles, Mur- a sister, Elnora Holman; a the hard core unemployed in
of Mr. Sandifer ray and James; six grand stepmother Annie Crawford Dade County and in good
ing in the passing of Mr. he shipped on Friday mor- children; other relatives and Willie Hines.; physical condition.
a stepbrother
ning at 9 a.m. to H. Valley friends. Services were heldon If accepted, they will be
Services be announced via
MEMORIAMIn Georgia by the Bain's Fu- Thursday Sept. 22nd at local radio.to tested for their individual

ALBERT. neral Home of Coconut New Hope Baptist Church. skills and talents, in orderto
sad but loving memory of Grove. receive the training most
our dear mother, wife and Frank Fletcher, 16230 N. Mrs. Dorothy Nixon of suited for them. While being
sister W. 19 Ave. Rd., Opa-Locka M Larry Jessie Hayes of 15900 NW 22nd Ave. Opa-
trained will receive
they $30
,_ ___uu__ 16120 NW 17th PI. Opa-locka,
died Sept. 13. Services were Mrs. Emma Keirson, of 538 died Sept. 20th. He was a locka died Sept. 21. Survivorsare tax-free weekly.
conducted Saturday from N.W. 9th St., Florida City, student at North Dade High husband Benjamin;

First Baptist Church, Brun- died Sept. 19, at the James sons, Craig, Dwight and
and in the 8th grade. He is NEW BETHEL AME
che Prak, his survivors are Archer Smith Hospital. Mrs. survived by his parents Mr. Benjamin III; three daughters,
wife Mrs. Marv E. Fletcher. Milicent, Ruthie and Robin; a GOULDS
Keirson is survived by her and Mrs. Jessie Hayes; four
7 sons 1 dt., fathe, 1 sister husband Philip Keirson, sister, Emma Allen Ibrbes; Rev. L. Holmes, pastor
: brothers three sisters
v ,, 1 aunt. Marie mother, Rosa Bumey; step-' Mrs. C. M. Joyner, reporter
h Mrs.
one daugher maternal grandmother Mrs.
father, Rev. Paul Lee; sis- Services were spirituallyhigh
Clayton, three sons,Mr. Tim David Br addy and patemd ter Virginia Kilpatrick. Ser- at the close of our

Keirson, Mr. Joe Keirson, grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Mlntze,2120AllBa- vices to be announced via Fourth Quarterly Conferencewith
six grandchildren three sisters Jessie
Furman Hayes. Services -
ba Ave., Opa-Locka died local radio. our presiding Elder F.A.
one brother and other Saturday, Sept. 24 at
Allen of the Miami District.
11. Services con-
Sept. were relatives and frtends. Fu- Church of Christ Written in .'
ducted at, the Opa-Locka He preached out of his soul.
neral services for Mrs. Keir- Heaven, 408 NW 21st St.
At 5 regular ACE
Chapel Saturday. His sur- p.m.
vivors are wife 4 sons 2dts., son will be held at lp.m. from JACK AND JILL League. Topic: Planning for
the Greater New Mt. Zion Howard Joseph of 9111 NW
Prayer. It was beautifully
3 3 brothers nieces.
sisters A.M.E. Church Rev. W. H. 16th Ave. died Sept. 19th. OF AMERICA, INC discussed by the group.

aA, oM' Zanders followed by shIp- Survived by a mother Mrs. At 6:30 p.m. our pastor

Beauri Johnson 1524 N.W. ment to Camilla, Georgia on Arizona Joseph; four sisters, The Miami Chapter of delivered another powerfuland
five brother, a grandmother Jack and Jill of America,
Saturday.Will soul
62 Terr., died Sept 5. Serv- sermon.
other relatives. Arrangementfor Inc. held its first meeting of

ices were conducted from the S services incomplete. the season, Friday evening, We invite you to worship
Liberty City Chapel Mon- with us whenever you can.
r Sept. 16 in the lovely home
of 343 N.W. Let us keep visiting and :
his survivorsare Landrum pray
__.._ __ day. Among of of Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Brown.
Benjamin sick
n ing for our and shut-ins.
wife Mrs. Jessie Mae 9th Street died on September Newofficers were installed
MRS. JERELENA L. MURVIN Johnson 4 daughters, 3 16, at home. Mr. Lan- NW 53rd St. died Sept. 15. The Missionary Society of
Survivors are four daughters )I I by Harriett Hart. She con-
There is a land of pure delight sons 1 granddaughter 1 drum is survived by his wife Katherine Lawrence, Viola ducted a most impressive New Bethel AME will presenta

sister 1 brother. Mrs. Elizabeth Landrum Austin, Bennie Bell and Rosa candle light installation Tea and Fashion_show from

Where ''we all must go day or one daughter Ode LandrumBell King; two sisters, Daisy ceremony. '12 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 25,

night. of Waynesboro. Thear- at the church. You are cordially
Rogers and Carrie James; The following members

As you slipped away, went rangements are incomplete. four brothers, Henry, Frank, pledged their dedication to invited to attend.
out of sight Respy Little 433 N.W. 20 office:
i t R Roosevelt and Herbert. Ser-
Your life left a beautiful St., died Setp. 13. Services President Mizell WOULD YOU LIKE
vices were held Wed. Sept. 21 Ruby ;
light will be conducted 2:00 P.M. Mrs. Lucy Shannon; of3648 at the Freewill Baptist Church. vice president, Geraldine
Which always shine throughthe Saturday from ,the Liberty Grand Avenue Coconut Arlington, recording secretary -

darkest night City Chapel. Among hlssur- Grove died onSept. ISatthe Mrs. Pearl Miles!' of 233 NW Helen Everett; finan- If you do, Children'sHome

vivors are wife Mrs. Marie Jackson Memorial hospital. 14th St died sj>t" )9th. Survivors cial !secretary, Vertico John. Society, ,a United Fund

Mrs. Dorothy Wallace* Little 1 son, Ira B., 1 daughter Mrs. Shannon survived by are tlm-> sisters, son; corresponding secretary, agency, located at 800 NW

Daughter & Family Almarie Little, 3 sisters, her husband Mr. Willie L. Grace B. Daniels, Oner Alzata Wilson; treasurer, 15th St., Miami, would be

Madames Mary Bryant, Shannon, six sisters Mes- Scrivens and An 1m'' steel; five Inez Foster parliamentarianMartha happy to discuss this with

Tommie Smith Ora Tyson dames Hattie Annie Eul Mae Mae McGriff Arm- brothers, Willie.Hurie, Champ, Anderson, historian, you.
Gray a
Easter Jessie and Mason Bendross; Agenoria Paschal, program, Adoption staff and programs
Bessie Corbin
strong, ,
RICHARDSONMalcolm Mae Roundtree and Ella a dear friend,Robert Meadows, director, Marie Brown, editor, have been expanded to

Perry Williams 1769 N.W. Mae Williamsherstepmoth- four sisters-in-law; two Andel Mickins. better meet the growing com-

Jones of 2042 NW 55 Terr., died Sept. 17. Berry er Mrs. Annie Williams, 3 brothers-in-law. Services will The induction of new munity needs in this area.

7th Ave. died Sept. 15. He is was one Miamiam lead- brothers In law 6 nephew be held Friday, Sept. 23 at 2. members will be the next Families who would liketo

survived by his wife Erleen; Ing dry cleaners, and has 3 nieces and one devotedfriend at Isreal Bethel Baptist. highlight on the fall calendarof adopt a child are asked to

one'daughter, Mavis Adams of been mong the dtzen of this Mrs. Kittle Mae Up. activities for the Miami call 371-2581 for further in-

Waynesboro, Qa., one son community for a number of shaw. Funeral services for Willie Pate of 6222 NW chapter of Jack and Jill. formation.

Malcolm Jr., two sisters Services were conducted Mrs. Shannon will be held 14th Ct. died Sept. 14. He is '
Zena Mae Jones and Amanda years. Saturday at 4:15 from the
Thrusday from the Lib- survived by a wife, Ethel;
Williams of Savannah, Ga., St. Mary's Baptist Church other relatives and friends.

one brother, James of Atlantic survivors erty City Chapel.are Among wife Mrs.his with the Rev. W. T. Tanner' Services were held on Mon., OUR CLASSIFIED ADS

City, N. J., three nieces, Williams officiating. Sept. 19 in the chapel.
Florese 2daughters -
other relatives
one nephew;
Madames Joyce Williams' -
and friends. Services Thurs- : s' Major Summersett of 6242 BRING RESULTSLINCOLN
Kathy Williams 3
day from the chapel. NW 14th Ave. died Sept. 16.

son, Mrs. Charlie Mae Cure of lie is survived by a wife, .

Edmond Randolph of 740 sons, George L. Harden 17031 S. W. 99th Ct., ftr- Viola three
; one daughter;
NW 3rd Ave. died Sept. 16. ftrry Jr., Rudloph 2 grand rlne died September 19atthe sisters, Maggie Bryant, Jessie -

He is survived by his wife, children. Lincoln Memorial Nursing Mae Richardson and Mat-

Sadie, two sisters Mary Home, Mrs. Cure a pioneer tie Bell Gardner; five brothers MEMORIAL PARK
Pinkney, Carrie Green of Tar- s restient of Perrine is survivedby Willie, Chester, Walter,

bor, Ga., three brothers, Mr. John H. Elliott 2112 1 daughter, Mrs. Annie Robert Lee and Henry. Ser-

Johnnie of Chester, Pa., Washington St., Opa-Locka Bell Rawls 1 sister Mrs. vices Sat. Sept. 24 at 1 p.m. 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 4-4197

Willie of Tarbor, Ga., Nolan died from an automobile Irene Anderson 3 granddaughters at Shiloh Baptist Church.
of Femandina Fla other ac- Mrs. Beatrice
; relatives ,
cident Sept. 19. He is better
and friends. Services known his Timmons, Mrs. Mattie Sammie L. White Sr. of E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, 0X-1.9199

Friday, Sept. 23, 2 p.m. in friends among "many Jones Mrs. Charlie Levy, 3 6090 NW 23rd Ave. died Sept.
as "Preacher. Serv-
the chapel greatgrandchildren, w stepdaughters -
ices 16. He is survived by two
Saturday4:00p.m. from
Mrs. Toy Bel- sisters, Annie Bell Tomlin 1 and
Mrs. Eunice Henderson of the First Born Church of the
cher, and Mrs. Christine Bertha Mae Glasglow
375 NW 16th Terr. died ; one
Sept. Living God. his
> Among sur-
Galney and other relativesand brother, Eddie Lee Green;
19. She leaves to mourn one vivors are his wife Mrs. Cle-

Elmer daughter, N.Marion J., three Blakley sons of menine Madames Elliott Mary, 2 H.sisters Jones, ices fo friends.Mrs. Cure Funeral will servo be one Services Thomas daughter; one ,son Goldie Sammie Mae Jr. Move Right ''nUl!!!

Wilber, Charles and Walther; Janie M. Adams 1 held on Saturday at 9 A.M. Saturday Sept. 24 at
sister Della Grace of aunt, from Kerr Memorial Meth- 12 noon at the St. Matthew
Mrs. Lula Gordon
Dania; other relatives and of At. odist Church, Rev. E. J. Sheppard -Freewill Baptist Church.
lanta 4122
Georgia. NW II PLACENo
friends. Funeral services will officiating, Reb. Reedis
r the Pastor of the Church. John Williams of 3540 red
be held 24 tape
Saturday, Sept. at no waiting
terms large
NW 210th easy
Terr. Carol ,
10 a.m. from Mt. Olivette Mrs. Etta Jackson 11295S. City 3
died Sept. 19. is
He surviveda carport dining
Baptist Church, burial in W. 216 St., Goulds, died wife Annie room, $11,500
a daughter, total
price. $500
Dania, Fla.Robert Sept. 14. Remains will be Daniel Sweeting ,Bryant, of Betty Jean; stepparents; down.

shipped to Greenville, Mis- 3420 Oak Avenue, Miami, four brothers. Services Mon.
Kinchen of 1013
sissippi for final rites and died on Sept 19 in New York 26 '
NW 4th Ave. died Sept. 20, Sept. at 3 p.m. at St. John 1162 NW 152' STREETCBS
burial. Her survivor 1
son, City. Mr. Bryant survived Baptist Church.
leaving to mourn his wife, Mr. Charles Jackson of Pa-
by his mother Mrs. Rosetta doll house
lola two sisters Estell Jack- nice of
comia California. Little Opa-locka
Bryant, 1 grandmother Andrea Williams of ,
son of Goulds,Mamie Palmoreof Mrs. Annie Bryant 1 sister 6020 NW 8th Ave. died Sept. awnings, $250 down, $78 month pays all.
Beach three
Daytona ,
Mrs. Edna 5 17. Surviviors
Washington, are parents, Mr.
brothers Ollie of Ga., Kirbyof
aunts Mesdames Annie and Mrs. Andrew
Ocilla, Ga., and Early of ; Williams; 1816 NW 51 STREET
Claud Jackson, Gertrude grandparents. Services were
Daytona Beach; other relatives
and friends. Services URN Gordon, Marie Bryant Eulle held Tuesday Sept. 20 at New CBS beauty, 2 large bedroom $500
1490 On Your Dial Mae Flemmlng Isz Bell Providence Baptist Church. carport,
24 3 down. $79
Saturday, sept. at p.m.> month all.
/from the chapel. BLANCHE CALLOWAY Ware 3 uncles Johnnie,
PRESENTS Henry, and Alfred Sweeting Willie Wilson of 1611 NW

services The remains of Mrs. Bryant 3rd Ave.. Apt. 7 died Sept. 16.

Funeral incomplete.for InfantGirl PROGRESS REPORT will be shipped to Miami, lie is survived by a wife,
Baptiste are Owner
Helen; a daughter 758-8749
Florida to the Bain's Fu-
She is the infant daughter of 3 Times Dally Peggy Adams
; two sisters
neral Home, who will be in ,
Mr. and Mrs. David Baptisteof 8 a.m., 1:55 and iQ p.m. of Lucy Howard and Carrie
charge arrangements.
Carol City. _
Carthan; two nieces; a son-


MIAMI TIMES Friday September 23 1966 13
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nan Herbert F. Mooreof SAN ANTONIO Texas Airman Phillip 0. Mar- Airman Gregory 1.. Dennis, SAN ANTONIO Airman Airman Robert L. Preston
Mrs. Inez Moore Airman James W. Gilllam son shall, son of Mr.. and Mrs. son of Mrs. Mary E. Nelsonof John W. Howell, son of Mrs. son of Mrs. Joseph D. Pres-
NW First Court has ton Sr., of 1727 NW 78th St.
\\5 Rufus Marshall 1212 NW First has
of Mr. and Mrs. James W. of 621 NW Place Docia C. Howell of 3059 NW
elected for training at 10th St., has been selected for at has been selected for training
been training
Gilliam of 2320 NW 155th St., assigned 52nd St. has been selectedfor
r AFB Miss., as an to Suffolk County Lackland AFB as an Air at Chanutc AFB 111.
Opa-locka has been selected AFB N.Y., training at Amarillo AFB.
ce radar operator. Force as an Air Force aircraft
after completing: Air Force air policeman.A
for technical training at Shep- as an Air Force fuel specia-
equipment repairman.
basic .
airman recently pard AFB Tex., as a U.S. training.The graduate
list.The The airman a 1966 -
ted basic training at Air Force aircraft maintenance airman, a 1966 graduate graduate of Booker T. airman, a 1960 graduate of Miami NorthwesternHigh
nd AFB Tex. His specialist.! High School Booker, will T. Washington be trainedon Washington High School, he of Booker T. Washington School recently com-
bchool is Dart of the Airman Jittiam was graduated the job as recently completed basic High school: attended pleted basic training at
a transportation -
amine,Command from North Dade High specialistDRESSES training at Lackland. Florida A& M University. ,Lackland AFB Texas.

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Iiir ... NAACP Committee Selects 6

''.. 0.,'' ;,.\.6....'.: 1I\:.!,,..i1'.:. '. -. ___. For Board, Drops 4 VeteransNEW I

t I I YORK.-The nomi- The four persons denied meet each month;and ArthurB.
nating committee of the Na- renomination for the at-large Spingarn, NAACP pres-
-r 'I. tional AssoclationfortheAd- election are: Bishop Stephen ident for 35 years and now

;i j, ...... vancement of Colored Peoplehas Gill Spottswood, former Dis- president emeritus.Althoughin
,\ 1"fr" '" trict of Columbia Branch his 88th he attends
'.. ., 1':.:: J selected six candidatesfor year,
\ _1 iJj/ifI' tr. the Board of Directors president, long-time Board Board meetings regularly.Mrs. .
} and dropped four veteran member and national chair- Bates and Mr. Lewis
tr directors,including the chair- man since the resignation of represent renominations.The
man of the Board and the Dr. Robert C. Weaver to others are new on the at-
"" longtime former president of head the Federal housing large slate, although Mr.
r W1 t}) the Association.The program under President Overton is serving currentlyas
l ( six candidates for Kennedy in 1961; WalterP. a regional member. Jud-
.. \:'I' election by NAACPbranches Reuther, internationallyknown ge Miller is at present a
-w ,. ;:. ,. \ at-large in balloting this fall president of the national vice-president Dr.
1/1- .. .'::'".. were nominated for three- United AutomobileWorkers, Nixon is president of the
t : :. t,... "'.'"1l year terms to begin January AFL-CIO, and member of Alabama State NAACP.
1, 1967. The nominees are: the Board since 1949; HubertT. Miss Luper is a youth nominee
::;'::':. : Mrs. Daisy Bates, ittle Delany, former judge and in addition to the three
f4.\ : Rock, Ark.; Chester I. Lewis, former New York City Tax youth Board members al-
,.. \...... a .: i Wichita, Kansas; L. Joseph Commissioner, first electedin ready provided for in the
''';1::I" .' "' ,11" w .... ...' ;. Overton, New York, N.Y.: 1934, with a continuous NAACP contitutlon.
\' ,< w \1Iri Miss Marilyn Luper, Okla- service as chairman of the
: _"...: .: ;' homa City Okla.; Judge very active Committee on

.' ,. Loren Miller, Los Angeles Branch and Youth Work, REGISTER TO VOTE
Calif.; and Dr. John W. NI- one of the few committees CALL 7575165EDDIE'S
xon. Birmingham, Ala. whose work rquires it to


cGee, Personnel Director of the Chicago Postal Region, whose appointment to
ing Postmaster of Chicago was announced recently. Mr. McGee will be the toping '

Negro in the postal field service in his new position. He was to be DRUGS

led into office as acting head of the Chicago office on September 26. A in-I'. I .990J.P

cGee entered the postal service in Chicago in 1929 as a substitute letter

I In 1948, he was made responsible for hiring and processing all Chicago Poste Fl
101 NW 3d AM
employees. He has also served as general foreman in charge of finance and ; ; "
Ion supervisor under the Chicago Post Office. In 1963 Mr. McGee was selected

among 65,000 employees in all federal agencies in the Chicago area as "Out- Jj September Discount Specials
ding Federal Supervisor of 1963." Mr. McGee met with Mr. O'Brien Septemberthe

Post Office Department in Washington, D. C."i EXCELLENT BUYS

,1 Sept. 23, 24, & 25th (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

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(20's) REB. .98 NOW 19C
i $5.$7-$9


I I (40's) REG. 1.19 NOW 1.39


: Sizes 6 to 20

i ActiveSportswear ASPIRINS (100'.) REG. .59 NOW 250

hnny Burke

i $ J.88. $4.88VALUES

&briel Zvenia Branch : TO $12.99 RAPID SHAVE AEROSOL REG..19 NOW 590
al ger Artists of Booking United Agency Interna- WILDROOT CREAM OIL REG. .89 NOW 690

aces elated Agents the granting Franchisesy of | ST. JOSEPH'S MINERAL OIL (PT.) REG. .60 NOW 490.

Frohman and Johnny .Jrf ..' ,"" .."i.. tl'> "" 'f"'O-t'' f:'
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ke, by the Miami Beachd ? 4" t SPEf51NGYOUR NEXTPRED tr r
of the American Guild f.4IA Y ;8 4.Q l ERVICEYINt1 :

Variety Artists. Bothare ;:crD'1. :,"EGI, : OIlJu t'i. h
now licensed by thee Rf Q 1 1'f; /"..'
of Florida and recog- ': f .l.r-d
d by the American Fe-
tion of Musicians to con-, Store Hours: Weekdays 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Aw. Edison Center
NW 7ih
business as agents on| 6112
1 of AGVA and AFM Sundays 10:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

ke is manager of the |We will deliver local orders over $1.50
Elizabeth Hotel.

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES. FrJnW. Cenrember 23. 1966. ....... I

Me your problems to 'Chare b: '

millions leave; them there!


WOMM'S At Zta Hop

3165 NW 56th Street S. A. Thomas, pastor
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Dorothy Chaney, reporter
i laptist Sunday Willie J. Beard, reporterWe j

| We, the women of Zion were very happy to see
our pastor back with us in
Church -
Hope M. Baptist cordially
GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN invite you to attendits service last Sunday. lie reported > I JORDAN GROVERev.

Eighth, Annual Women'sDay having a very splendidtrip 4 C. H. Smith, pastor
Sunday n ;' Sept. /7.S."Ware i and enjoyed the sessionto Ella K. ,Wright, reporter

Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor 'pl anniti t ,with'd r'Cst on the utmost. Service last Sunday was atc
We were blessed to have
our side to have a very spiritual
ft* sermon this Sunday program in the name of two members to unite with us its best, with the pastor
morning will be "The Church's .. on last Sunday. preaching both sermons.
Task: To Develop the Complete \ The Pastor's Aid Clab The No. 2 Choir sang for the
Life." Bible morning service and the No. 1
background i will celebrate its first anniversary
will be Exodus 3 and Revelation { } _,'i'I. :: beginning Friday Choir sang for the evening
21:15-21, which tell : ::. } night Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. and service.B 0 t h choirs sang out

us about the visions of ;r .. ,I,:, ,> .,,'j.. closing out Sunday afternoon of their souls.
Moses and John,respectively. '' .,' I...1':: .tftll Sept. 25 at 3 p.m. Come out We will march into our

Since it is Christian Education Ii' l "", J;, t .i to this surprise program, enjoy remodeled and extended

Sunday all Christian ,'I, ... H" yourselves and help to make t building on 60th St. and 12th
Education workers will be ; { t s .. this, their First Anniversarya .. [ Ave. this Sunday at 11 a.m.
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dedicated in the morning ser- : MRS. MARJOauB PERKINSthe tremendous success both Everyone is invited to attend
vice. At seven-thirty p.m., 41'LJ' spiritually and financially. MRS. THERESA1 HAYES this great homecoming ser
we will 'bave an outstanding Lord. Theme: "Chal1 eng Sis. Tommie Sue Jones is CochairmanThe vice.

graduation exercise, for those of a Christian Woman." president.To Women's Dav drive is, Sunday at 3 p.m., the No.
graduating in the Sunday ,-,-,,- Morning speaker is Mrs. EssieB. the men, don't forget now in full swing with a norm- 1 Usherboard will conclude
School, Youth Fellowships .. Johnson, president of the what the chairman and cochairman ber of activities on the way. their 9th anniversary with Rev.
and Youth Choirs. II (' Seaboard Baptist Association has asked you to The Sunday School will be i Roscoe Jackson and his
On Tuesday evenings, at Women's Department.Eveningspeaker do toward our Men's Day Pro- selling dinners Oct. 1. If congregation of the Greaterr
8:30, we are having a courseon is Mrs. Marjorie gram. Let's do our very best you wish to place an ordeyou New Macedonia Baptist
"How to Study the Bible", MRS. ESSIE B. JOHNSON Perkins. Mrs. Paul Freemanis to make this day the best may call any member oft f Church guest host.
and we are studying the Book chairman. day ever. he Sunday School or to the- Remember you are always

of James. All adults and -- ..'., ...... .. church.The Junior Matrons are welcome at Jordon Grove.
senior highs are invited to
attend. KELLY'S CHAPELRev. CHURCHES OF HURST CHAPELRev. having the church a testimonial annex Oct.dinnerin 12.

On next Thursday evenings L. L. Dean, pastor SCIENTIST"Reatity" Make
CHRIST, plans to attend. A delightful ST. PAUL AME
at 7:30, a number of us Retha J. McKenzie, reporter W. J. Allen, pastor program is being prepared
will be attending the community is the subject Mrs. Laura Adger, reporter for you. Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor
School of Religion to Services were spiritually of this week's Lesson-Ser Sunday we had a high day Let us not forget to pray Mary Rawls, reporter
be held at the Allapattah high all day last Sunday.,The mon to be read in all ChristIan and Mrs. Ora Taylor and other for our pastor and assistant,
Methodist Church, 2001 NW congregation was spiritually Science churches on Sun visitors were there. ,Rev. and Rev. Polite and Mrs. Shields Sunday services were high
35th St. This will be an awaken as our pastor delivered Mrs. Smith of Marathon visited who is in Christian Hospital. as usual with the pastor
inter-denominational schoolfor his message. day.The ways in which spiritual l I with us during these services. preaching at each service.
six weeks to give u s Mrs. E. A. Culmer will be reality is revealed will be, The men are planning their Those who were present were
courses on Churchmanship. our guest speaker, Sunday, studied in several Bible, Men's Day program. This program NEW MT. MORIAH spiritually fed.

We are preparing for our Sept. 25 at 11 a.m. to observe passages, including these will terminate on the Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor We invite you to come
,anniversary celebration. Zone Christian Education Week. verses from Exodus and Ga1 third Sunday in October. We Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporter and worship with us each
teams are to contact all The members are indeed 1 at ions. are looking forward to a very Sunday and especially this
members, to keep us in step indebted to Bro. Willie Jones, "Behold I send thee in successful is the day. Milton Law- The No. 3 Choir (Juniors) Sunday to see and hear our
rence chairman.
with loyalty. chairman of trustees, for the the way, and to bring thee 1 Stewardess Board will celebrate their anniver Juniors at their best.
Remember: You are always remodeling and beautification into the place which I have and No. 2 will celebrate No their 1 sary Sunday at 3 p.m. We are There will be an afternoon

I welcome at Grace.SALTER'S of our church. Bro. Jones has prepared we through the anniversary on Oct. 16. at 3- asking all adults and friendsof Sip Sunday Sept. 25 at the
worked hard at his job, and spirit wait for the hope of p.m. the church to please cooperate home of Mrs. May Dell Bray-
the results are there to be righteousness and faith." A with our church of non, 1160 NW 55th Terr. The
On the sick list Lizzie tomorrow.
corresponding passage from. first ten persons to come will
seen.The pastor has urged all the denominational textbook Mothet Rolle, ,Shackelford Mother .Lawrence Thomas, The ''No. 1 Choir want to win door prizes, won't.'you

CHAPELRev. parents of the church to keep gives this definition of angels Heild and Levi Joss., to thank New HopeChoirNo. 2 try to be one of the first ten ?
II. J. Benson, pastor' our Baptism in mind and pre- : "God's thoughts pas- and all members and friends This is to benefit Women's
Flossie Marshall, reporter pare the children to partici- sing to man; spiritual intui- who attended their program Day.
pate in this exercise, on tions pure and perfect, the Sunday afternoon.Our Remember our sick and
Friday night 16 the
Oct. 9 at 11 a.m. inspiration of goodness, shutins and say a prayer for
presiding Rev. J. B.
The chairman and cochairman purity and immortality, coun- General Conferencewill them.
Blake of the West Miami 1 t ?e.mPs be Sept. 29 at 8
have set the pace teracting all evil, sensuality, p.m.
District held his fourth and
for our Women's Day, Nov. and mortality. Those who were absent Sun-
last ST. MARY'S W.M.
Quarterly Conference
13, and asking that all cap- You are always welcome to day night really missed a

for the closed year,which out Sunday he successfully night. tains make this Women's Day Christian Science services wonderful sermon' by our Rev. H. V. stuart, pastor
one of the best in church's Wed. 8 p.m. Sun. 11 a.m. at pastor and also gospel in
Sunday morning, he gave a history. 1600 NW 54th Street. songs by the new white The women will celebrate
wonderful message from the Remember to pray for and Rose Singers. They really their 'Twelfth Annual Wo-
Book of Acts. We had the visit the sick and shut-ins. sang out of their souls. men's Day on September
pleasure of having the Rt.
25, 1966. Theme for the
Rev. W. F. Ball to visit with We are happy to announce
us in the morning service. TEMPLE BAPTIST that we will have a 13 year- day "For We" Walk by Faith;
He is the presiding bishopover MATTHEW TEMPLE Sunday will be Promotionand old ordained minister from The by Sight.
Chairman Mrs.
the state of Mississippiand AME ZIONRev. Recognition Day in the Texas, to deliver our 11 a.m. Bethel
and Co-chairman
Louisiana. He spoke to Bible School. Parents are t message, 1st Sunday morning, ,
us briefly on his travels and Daniel Pridgen, pastor especially invited to come Oct. 2. We are inviting the Mrs. Wilda Bain welcome all
activities.Mrs. Sis. Ruth L. Lucas, reporter and see their children march. public to hear this dynamic women and friends to worship
Annie Lee Gunter, with us.
The women will sponsor speaker.
along with her coworkerswe 1 We have moved to anew their kickoff tea Sunday, F We are still asking your Our morning speaker, Mrs.
busy planning a very fine location for the time being. 3:30: p.m. at the homes of prayers for our pastor, shut- Maedon Bui lard, a teacher in

program for Women's Day, We will worshipping at Mrs. B. Bryant, 4720 NW ins, bereaved families and the Dade County school sys-
Oct. 23.The. 3051 NW 57th Street. Church 23rd Ave. Chairman E. Lord DR. IRENE PRATT TO those in the armed services. tem will deliver a message of
pastor is still asking l School at 10 and morning expects all her co-workers to Visitors always welcome. importance to all. We have
all members to pay their budget worship at 11:15. All members be represented. Friends are SPEAK AT ANTIOCHA prepared a program of talent
the sum of $2 for the last '' and friends are invited to invited. for our evening service which
of the year or $4 for the whole worship and study the Bibl e The junior choir will sing cordial invitation is extended BROWNSVILLEBAPTIST will also climax our financial
year. ""with us. Our pastor's addressis during the services Sunday to you and your friendsto goal. All captains and
There will be a White still 5632 NW 31st Ave. A morning and the No. 1 during the eighth anniversary of committees please be'at the
House Tea in the church's, house by the side of the the evening. the Matron's Society of the Rev.Pauline Phillip Cooper, pastor church at 4 p.m. Sunday.

basement Sunday afternoon road, representing a friend to Officers and members of Antioch Baptist Church, Sunday Cooper, reporter ---

from four to six, sponsored by the Male Chorus are grateful Sept. 25 at 3 p.m. This The Musical Tea was SHILOH
Choir No.1. You and yours man.The Pastor's 35th Anniversary to the many singing groups for group of young ladies have quite a success on last Sun
are invited to come and see, will begin on Sept. their cooperation in their an- adopted for their main objectivethe day. The sponsor Mrs. Cooper Rev. A. M. Griffin, pastor
Sunday, sept. 25th. Let us 25th 7:30 p.m. through Oct. niversary last Sunday after- same as UOrcas did years wishes to thank all of the Sis. C. M. Myles, reporter

remember the sick and shut- 2. 3 p.m. each evening beginning noon. The affair was a suc- ago. They realize that we program participants and the
ins. with prayer service. cess from every angle. still have the poor and needy many friends,who helped make nday evening at 3, the
This will begin at 7:30. Each Our get-well wishes go to and someone must care for this a memorable day for Home Mission Society will
night a different minister and Mrs. Mae Mortimer who is on them. Therefore, they set their Brownsville.The observe their Fourth Anniver-
congregation will, be in charge. the sick list. hearts to administer to the pastor is urging all sary. Rev. K. E. Rogers and
USHERS' Again, members and friends needs of anyone in their members and friends to join congregation of South
of the city are cordially in- --- community whether; they are him in Holy Baptism on Miami will be in charge.
FEDERATION ASSOC.The vited. members of Antioch Baptistor Virginia Beach Sunday, Sept. Dinner will be served
MT. ZION AME not. They feel that Christian 25 at 7:00: a.m. following the service.
monthly union of the obligation should not be nar- You are always welcome to The funeral of the late
Ushers' Federation Associa- Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor rowed to anyone particularbut visit with us. Deacon Major Summerset t

tion will meet Sunday, Sept. FIRST BAPTIST OF The services were very the scope should be will be held 1 p.m. Saturday.
25 at 3 p.m. It will be held at high all day Sunday with the worldwide.The ST. LUKERev. Let us remember the sick
New Mt. Calvary M. B. BROWNSVILLERev. pastor seemingly getting committees have and bereaved families in our
Church, 7102 NW 22nd Ave. W. M. Davis, pastor better and better. Every auxiliary spared no pain to make thi s P. W. Williams, pastor prayers. Sis. Thelma Myles
The Ushers' Mass Meeting Mrs. Danella!I Turner, reporter board is putting forth a momentous affair. Bunesba Green, reporterWe is in Room 426 and Sis.
will be held Thursday night, every effort to make ourWomen's will observe our annual Luther Mae Singleton is in
22 at 8. All ushers Services Sunday were in the best Room 518 in Jackson
Sept. arc Day ever. Dr. Irene Pratt, president Women's Day, Oct. 23rd. Memorial
asked to please be present very high spirits, with ser The Missionaries will be of the Atlantic Coast District Everyone is asked to work Hospital.
and on time. mons delivered by our asso- selling delicious chicken Women's Missionary Depart- faithfully to make this the
A very unique and elaborate ciate ministers Rev. Thomasand dinners Sat. in the annex. ment and an active member of greatest Women's Day in the

program has been planned Rev. Foster. Our Sunday School is Mt. Olivette Baptist Church history of our church. Programs TELL OURADVERTISERS
for your enjoyment. Please be The delegates who attended growing and glowing with will deliver the afternoon mes are being planned, the
the National Baptist Convention
present. the different auxilaries at- sage. entire public is invited to
Deacon Edwin Ramseyis came back with such tendance. May this spirit give their financial and YOU SAW IT IN THE
president, Willie J. BeardIs wonderful most continue to last. Mrs. Dorothy Turner is spiritual '
support. All
reporter and Rev. W. P. report. We also invite you Want to work, come to president and Rev. P. W. welcome to give their TIMES
to attend our regular services. Wiggins minister.
Tarpley is host pasta busy Mt. Zion. port.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 23, 1966 15

ride At The National Fellowship. Weekend At Mt. Tabor .

The weekend of Sept. 23- bers will be allowed\ to ex- end of fellowship. We will

25, 1966 will be observed as press themselves on "WhatWe terminate our weekend of
Baptist Convention Fellowship Weekend by the Shall do to Improve Our fellowship. We will again

members of Mt. Tabor Church, both Spiritually and have a guest speaker. All

86th Annual Session were fraught with good com- The Undergraduate Dr. Conrad R. Willard, Financially." Refreshmentswill members are requested to

Eie National Baptist Con- mon sense, and they pointed Scholarship Oratorlal Con- pastor of Central Baptist be served during the dis bring a covered dish.

of America, Inc., to the progress of the work test Friday night Church, will be the guest cussion. Dinners and refreshments
was quite
and speaker Friday, Sept. 23, Sunday morning we will will be served at the conclusion -
Dallas Texas
met In projects of the conven Inspiring. Seven
i youngsters, the services.
Refreshments will have usual Sunday 11 at
8:30 our
one of the tion. Dr. four p.m.
.. 6-11, was Jackson's girls and three
'speech boys -
be served at the close of the a.m. services. Deacon Haywood Heard,
t largely attended in re- has been quoted widely In the,! The winners were service. Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. chairman, Rev. p, S. Brown
An estimated 25,- press of the nation not announced.
years. Precedingthecontest Saturday at 8 p.m., memo- we will terminate our week is pastor.
In at-
messengers were Saturday afternoon, despite Gerald A. Lamb,

tanre.'he pre.
night was a
Tuesday assembled near the site where formative and inspring
iical gem. A chorus ofe the late President John F. Booker T. WashingtonNight I

one thousand voices, Kennedy was assassinated address. Mr. Lamb is

posed of the various in 1963, and participated In a Negro.

ire of the dty, thrilled thee a one-hour memorial service. M .

than audience three-fifth that of fillede the reported The total for amount the session of money was$72,94a93. Miamians seen by the reporter LIBERTY CITY LIBERTY CITY DOWNTOWN MIAMICarrie'

seating capacity Meal at the convention were:
) .
All of the .
Auditorium. cies theconventionwere agen- Dr. and Mrs. J.A.F. .. .inlayson. Griffin's Grocery Horn' Grocery

Vo of the features of the ported to be debt-free. Rev and Mrs. W. 1<". 6572 NW 15th Avenue 7511 NW 22nd Avenue 155 NW. Market 17th Street
Tanner Sr. Deacon and Mrs.
were the annual ,
vention The convention
Jack- meets in Sylvester Bruton, Revs. W. Kenneth Grocery Thelmo's Grocery Owen'
J. H.
resses of Dr. Denver Col. s Grocery
next Dallas
president of the parenty Is a thriving year.of C. Edcar, P. W. Williams, 6410 NW 15th Avenu.Cooper' 311 NW 17th Street
city one
and Mrs. M. O. Ross, million Race relations P. W. Wiggins, J. E. Jenkins Community Drugs
sident of the Women's'sionary are J. L. Johnson, W. M. Grocery 6750 NW 15th Avenue Arch' s Grocery
sold to be good. The employ Macon 6312 NW 15th Avenue 1700 NW 4th Court
and Educational L C. Mickins, W.

vention, Both addresses ment reported and to school be pictures are 0. Foster, W. C. Smith, L. Walker's Grocery Little Super Market Culmer's Grocery
good also.
A. Thompso-'. J. Burney, 6290 NW 15th Avenue 533 NW 17th Street
national>>1tern whites
A. Thompson, P. J. Burney, 54th Street Drugs
moving out of a neighborhood A. C. McQueen, H. W. Moss. Juanlta's Grocery 1201 NW 54th Street Symonerte Sundries
IPTIST WOMEN'S as Negroes move in, is Dr. I. G. Pratt, Mr. and 2001 NW 62nd Street18th 1717 NW 5th Court

as good in Dallas as any Jay's Drugs
Mrs. Herbert Smith, Mesdames -
3UNCIL where else.CHRISTIAN. Avenue Grocery 1521 NW 34th Street Hudden' s Grocery
-- M.. Johnson, B. E. M. 6307 NW 18th Avenue 416 NW 6th street
| All members of the Baptist Hail Julia Drake, Francia

en's Council'are request- SCIENCE"Who Sheffield. Newton s Grocery People's Drugs

f to be present Friday even- 6320 NW 18th Avenue BROWNSVILLETracy's 402 NW 8th Street

Sept. 23 at 7:30 at St.n Is Your Brother's
Baptist Church. PlansI Keeper?" is the title of a ANTIOCHNEW Johnson Grocery Grocery Sorkett's No. 1

I be formulated for the Christian Science I lecture by LIBERTY CITY 6400 NW 18th Avenue 5008 NW 32nd Avenue 600 NW 2nd Avenue

ing of the Foreign Mis- Neil H. Bowles, C.S.B., who
Smith s Grocery Shoe
F.L.T. Shop
will Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor Park's
speak in Miami Grocery
nary secretary, Dr. William Sept. 6704 NW 18th Avenue 716 NW 2nd Avenue
Harvey and other miniss 25 under the sponsorship of Mrs. Annie Whipple, reporterOur 4701 NW 32nd AvenueJoe'

Second Church of Christ, Liberty Grocery Alex Sundries
who will be
present. .
Scientist.The pastor preached out of 6800 NW 18th Avenue Market 715H NW 2nd Avenue
Ladies from all Baptist lecture will begin at his soul' morning and evening, 4659 NW 32nd AvenueJoe'

urches are invited. "Ye 3:30 p.m. in the church edi- and the Lord blessed us with William's Grocery Stone's Drugs
all be witnesses unto me fice at 3850 Main Highway.Mr. five more laborers. 7017 NW 18th Avenue Market 900 NW 2nd AvenueBarlcett'
|th in Jerusalem, Judea and Bowles is on tour as a Our No. 1 Choir will begin 3171 NW 46th Street
Samaria and unto the Booker's Grocery No. 2
member of the Board of their anniversary Thursday Willie 8. Clara Grocery
of the earth." 7000 NW 15th Avenue NW'2nd
fermost 708
part Avenue
Lectureship of the First night through the fourth 2352 PW 46th Street

Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday evening. Joe's Grocery
Bt a Nurse's Aide in Boston. A native of Everyone is cordially In- 6981 NW 15th AvenueJoe' Joe's Market
THE IDEAL SCHOOL Chicago, Mr. Bowles withdrew vited. 2390 NW 46th Street
from business in 1942to
FOR TRAINING devote his full time to the 916 NW 69th Street John's Shoe Parlor Drop Grand Inn Avenue
NURSES' AIDES public practice of Christian MT. CALVARYThe 2779 NW 46th Street

2380 W. Flool.r Strttt Science healing. Since be- members of the No. 2 U-tote-M Roosevelt's Sundries Grand Drugs
coming a member of The Ushers Board expresses its 62nd St. & 11th Avenue 3640 Grand Avenue
[Coll or write for information 2796 NW 46th Street
Christian Science Board of deepest appreciation to every-
: 443.9741 Lectureship in 1958, he has one who helped to make. its Shell's News Johnnie's Grocery Tropical Drugs
Morning Classtt traveled widely in ,''Europe anniversary Spiri tual] suc- 7th Avenue 81 58th Street 2994 NW 46th Street 3206_Grand Avenue __

9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and other areas as well as cess. May the Lord ever 54th Street Grocery
Evening Classes the United States and Cana- bless and guide you along Brownsville Drugs OPALOCKAOpO'locka
: da. His present home is life's way. 4634 NW 27th Avenue

7 to 10 p.m. Atlanta, Oa., where he is You are invited to attenda King's Grocery Shoe Shine

Register now for new also a recognized teacher of tea on Sunday, Sept. 25, 5820 NW 12th Avenue Fair Check 2196 All Baba
(classis. Christian Science.WIGS from 4 till 6 p.m. Mrs. Simms 4330 NW 27th Avenue
will be the speaker. The tea Jackson's Grocery Stahl's General Store
will be held the home of Splc & Span 2152 All Baba
........e.N.NN. ...... ....NNMN .. at 5830 NW 12th Avenue 4801 N W 27th AvenueHeal'
,.. .;! 1.W.i'. .., .t,..t. :, 'I.((.j( ... Sister Mary Jackson. 12th Avenue Grocery Miller's Sundries!
',', Y.I'i.. .:.1 Grocery 22nd Avenue & 152nd St.
4225 NW 27th Avenue
\ ; ';; ;.: ':: MT.CARMEL BAPTIST Joe's Grocery 7.11 Market

,, 1208 NW 62nd Street B & B Grocery 22nd Ave. & 157th St.
ir<', ,'*,"./ ,. ,.;,
14th TerraceWe 2351 NW 41st
t" I. 225 NW Street
.. .
; : 4
had a wonderful timeon Seymour's Grocery Magnolia Sundries
'I Sunday morning. Our past 13th Avenue & 62nd StreetJ Ben's Grocery 14570 NW 22nd Avenue
:: tor delivered a great message 4611 NW 22nd Avenue
MR., .WALTERSPhone; on Sunday afternoon. The & J Drugs Melvin Monroe
; >
F .-' 'j'I.,' ...,{\ -, ,, 't.--" ,-" ',",'" t't' .'. .,- Rev. Tanner delivered a soul 62nd Street Lilly Dilly Store 15720 NW 19th Avenue
.. stirring message. Truly we 4761 NW 22nd AvenueJoe'
:;. w'Lc.tI.as: can say our hearts burned Sampson s Grocery Davis Grocery
with the fire of the Holy 1466 NW 62nd Street Market
(' AVWt Ghost and night the 4999 NW 22nd Avenue
,215a: ,11J'.'22d I Joe's Friendly Market Mrs. Johnson

.,,....,. ,, '". .. ", )!'" ._'.. .'),.,"''. j "' .1"" '. ...;t / .''. Rev.Beach R.delivered L. Lee the of mes-Vero 5800 NW 17th Avenue Joe's Form Market 15921 NW 18th Avenue
t/ '" ;:;.;; "ijr' 5100 NW 22nd Avenue
lill." ,AYEt, sage.Our Economy Drugs Armon Baptists
\t ": ); delegates returned
'h. 5720 NW 17th Avenue McCordy' s Grocery
ItrMITM1EtiTdLCL1)B.4 from the National Conventionsafe 950 36th
NW Street
_. ." ___..:. i thanks to the Lord. It Eddie's Grocery
-- --- ---------- HEIGHTS
was a great convention. Pres- 5598 NW 17th Avenue
ident Jackson was re-elected
president of the national con- Rollins Grocery Richmond Heights Drugs
vention. 5520 NW 17th AvenueShirley' DOWNTOWN MIAMI 14638 Lincoln Blvd.

754-9820 Next Sunday afternoonthe Joe's Market
No. 4 and 5 Usher Board Grocery 2194 NW 5th AvenueR
their 5500 NW 17th AvenueCurley' PERRINE
6919689EXPERT will have anniversary
The Rev. Davis will deliverthe & L Market
Market 253 NW 22nd Street
message. 5311 NW 17th Avenue '1,.. Susie Williams
WIG CLEANING,, Stanley's Market 17516 Duval Avenue

Palm Pork Grocery 1900 NW 4th Court

REV. ROOSEVELT Grocery Basket 400 NW 19th Street GOULDS
SERVICEBY 2407 N W 54th streetJimmie'
Robie George Jr.
1700 NW 3rd Avenue
of Macon, Ga.
REQUEST 2488 NW 64th streetMac' 21620 SW 112th Avenue
.-----=: Nick's Sundries
1II'\(1ER: Grocery 1522 NW 3rd AvenueH
ALICE :'< ., &h m& victory 3013 NW 62nd Street NSW: LIBERTY CITY

}: :/ .$SPECIAL' .:. problems.to many many people's Convenient Grocery & H Market
1435 3rd Avenue
SUCCESS CAN RE YOlfPS. 5804 NW 22nd Avenue NW Mlnlt Shop
100HUMAN %' See or write me today. I 20790 NW 32nd Avenue
"4q have a special message for Clinic Drugs Service Drugs
'i: every troubled oul. Last 7501 NW 22nd Avenue 1240 NW 3rd Avenue Liberty Garden Market
HAIRWIGS' week; many, many peoplewere 21135 NW 37th Avenue
helped by my special Midway Grocery Borkley' Drugs
selected Bi i{>le' reading, 8201 NW 17th Avenue
F- 33.95! read Special 1201 NW 3rd Avenue
be delivered
want to
you Sunny South
quickly. Send $1 .00 and 7919 NW 17th Avenue Economy Drugs
WITH' Avenueddle'
COMPLETE; ; stamped, self-addressed 1101 NW 3rd Celeste Olson
: -envelope to: 1566 '<<: 154th Terrace
Morris Grocery .
FREE wlq CASE REV. ROOSEVELT 7404 NW 12th Avenue 801 NW 3rd Avenue

: Grocery Jackson's Grocery
,Phone Sll. 5-6475 1247 NW 74th Street 423 N\T 22nd Stre.tSouthern
( Oscar Gunn
you wfll get thfoseSPEC.ALSELECTEP
: VALUE>:':' BIBLE Cash & Karry Grocery 215 Julia Str.etGlimpses
'x89.95: VERSES BY RETIHN MAIL 6600 NW 22nd Avenue 1701 SW 1st Place



16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 23, 1966

. Costs Us A Dollar Woes A Kid Skips SchoolEvery


day your child is absences. Losses in revenues The county's report card,
absent from school, it costs from other state funds, however, shows an attendance -
rate of 93.9 for last
than a including some 12 cents per
dade County more
dollar. students per day from sales year or computing it in
tax, put the total over $1 per reverse, an attendance rate
Since state funds, from absence. of 6.1 slightly higher
Florida's Minimum Foundation Thus an unusually cold than last year's 5.5, when
Program are computed winter with a high incidence Dade lost i1.Ri5.9S0 in
on average daily attendance, of coughs and colds or state funds. Dade's ,highest .. .". '"
absences can add up to big lenient parents who permit rate of absence in the past ,; f'f'It
money, explained>> Dr. Joe students to miss class with- decade was 7.8 in 195758. .1t ,#
Hall, superintendent.In out good reason or a That was a year when the
1966-65, absences cost penchant for goofing off on mercury hovered low in local
Dade's school system $2- an exam day hits Dade's thermometers and the revenue iJ1S
115,596 in MFP funds. That school system right in the loss topped the two million l
was for 2.226.943 days of pocketbook. mark. j x 'YIY.S
I '
J z r1 r1i ;:,

I Martin Fine Re-Elected l daughter Toads of Renee Mr. and Williams Mrs, i r tt irRt4J

Louis Williams, 1480 NW -
MHA ChaimoH 59th street celebrated her I ,
*1 Y 5 tfi Birthday. with a back to '
Martin Fine, Miami attor- first elected to a oneyearterm school party Sept. 5. Thirtytwo -
ney and civic leader, Sept as chairman in 1960. He guests attended the
8, was re-elected to a seventh also is currently serving as party. Tonda enters Jack
term as chairman of the Miami. president of the Florida N'Michele
.on'. Toddle Inn for her
Housing Authority. Housing Association and as third term this
Fine was returned to the president of the National year.
top post by unanimous vote Housing Conference.
of authority board membersat
the group's monthly meeting ACTIVITIES AT NAACP BENEFIT
during which plans for a
multi-million dollar expansion -
program were announced. The Downtown YWCA Washington Park Civic +
The plans call for construction opened its Fall Term Septem- Club of Ncrth Miami Beach
of eight
separate ber 19. There is still time --- invite you to attend a prO&J'BmSWday
dwellings including
residence -
for interested persons to enroll Sept. 25 at 3 p.m. at
four high rise towers, at Miss Ella Mae Price was
in'prO&l'1ID1 however.
a cost of from $8 to $10 Gibbs AME Church, Trimble senior at Miami Northwestern,
student at
It's not too late to join a an Allapattah 15th Ave. and 152nd t., N. ,
The new constructions, to Fall Term Class at Downtown Junior High school last Miami Beach, Rev. August has won the solo twirler berth with the school band.
be situated along Miami's Center of the YWCA. Find a term. She was active in the vanden Bosche, Fla. Councilof Michele is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
riverfront near the Orange class in the activity or time following organizations: Human Relations Director Trimble of 6901 NW 8th Avenue.
Bowl, will provide the auth- of your choice among Arts and president of the JournalismClub will be the guest speaker.
ority with more than 700 ad- Crafts ,Workshops, Hawaiian member of the Student This program's proceeds is
ditional public housing units, Dance, Auto Mechanics, Judo, Council and of the Ninth to benefit the Opa-locka
for use by that area's low income Exercise, swimming, Yoga, Grade Dance Committee, Branch NAACP. Join in and PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
elderly. Bridge, and many more. Call and she worked with the help to combat this struggle tai WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI
Fine was appointed to the the YWCA now at 377-2571 school paper. for freedom with your freedom 'Nc oo,+ CUSTOM MADE
authority in 1957 and was for enrollment information. Last year Ella entered a dollars. Make your contribu- 'oo'' PLASTIC FURNITURE

Career Note Book Contest tions now. Send your membership '
and won first place. She received to Opa-locka Branch SLIP COVERS

JUDO for Boys a life time trophy.It NAACP, 2555 NW 159th St., e C.TITAL CLIA
o MIA" fa
was a great honor for Opa-locka. INI LAITIN.
Ella to represent Mrs. For- Mr. Marvin Davies, our ruuv.UARAlRats$tsTAK1o
Leam Judo this fall. be's dass and to be the win- state director met with the ,. ;
2:30 to 4 Saturday
p.m. ner. She is now attending Opa-locka Branch Sept. 14. o IIAMS-........
$20 2 MONTHS Miami Jackson High School.He states that there is a great I""iNSMTLn.U W t
-'" / need for memberships in Dade ...
Two months Judo teochest She is the charming ai N q fas ILTIMAT3 :
Physical fitness self da- daughter of Mr.James Price, County. Asking that all per- a auras gpccuuzma
fense sel control 1924 N.W. 73rd St. She at- sons interested in civil iiu HT r1INNS IN PLASTIC A 'ow
\ tends St. Stephen's Baptist rights to put forth more effortto SLIP COVERS / NIGHTEXCLUSIVELY
Two months Judo teaches: Church. Her birthday is on solicit membership and
Physical fitness self (Uchi mate) Thursday, Sept. 22. Happy funds and to keep the NAACP Haute of Gretchen .374-5082 fMONI
defense soil control birthday to Miss Price. alive, as it is the most recognized -
lastirig confidence. civil rights organization
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pearl ng with.....:F. Rattlers Trounce Looking the


Season OpenerTALLAHASSEEJunior t


fumble on the Jacket 38- Over
AZ POWELL MNNINGEST COACH halfbuck Eugene Milton of yard line early In the third JbY LEO ARMBRISTER
Ocala, 'la.caught twotouch- quarter. Three plays later .
down passes,one of 89 yards halfback Robert Lampkln
Powell, a veteran of 19 years at Carve
Traz and the other 62 yards to sprinted around left end from MEET CAREER WITH DETERMINATION,
gh School moved over to Mays this season when lead the Rattlers of Florida the nine-yard line for the
ls team has won its first two games, defeating the A&M University to a 43-3 third Rattler touch down with KEY TO SUCCESS

ghly regarded Northwestern and Lake Shore Highs; trouncing of the Allen Uni- 10:20 left in the period. AltholighrtBcre have been many pre-season clashes,
lowell is the winningest coach in Dade County with! versity Yellow Jackets here With 2:11 left in the game, the football season officially got going into high gear
I record of 130-31-4 for a mark of .887 would give Saturday.The Lampkin again went in for this weekend.All .
touchdown passes of the touchdown, this time on past
lowell the top spot percentage wise. Powell, a forme 89 and 62 yards to Milton a one-yard plunge. The participants of this rugged sport from the timid
AMU star who was coached by Jake Gaither, seems, came from quarterbacks A- touchdown was set by high school first year yearling to the seasoned profes-
I be following in Jake's shoes. As we all know Jake lonzo Gilbert and senior another Allen fumble at the sional bronco were flexing their muscles in preparationto
las been and still is one of the greatest of all times Elroy Morand. Both touchdowns 35. blazing a trail of fame across the gridiron.

Jnd still is. He has turned out many a great football came In the second Henry Scott scored the From time was, fame has always been the forerunner .
quarter, after the Yellow Rattlers last touchdown of
tar who went on to professional football. Jackets of Allen had takena the third quarter. FAM U In- of fortune; this is good for the young aspiring
3-0 lead late In the first tercepted an Allen pass at athlete.
in WINS OVER FAVORED TAMPA 32-25 period, as George Kelly booted the 31 and went I In for the That fame nor fortune can survive the suffocationof
a 36-yard field goal. touchdown three plays later. a physcially defunct body or the damaged reputationof
Fred Warren got away for three touchdown runs The two Milton touch- Florida A& M with 85 an immoral character gives the incentive to build a
downs came within two minutes yards rushing and 189 pas
another from
Ind scored on a pass Woodrow Greene
of each other In the sing doubled thetotal offenseof career on a good foundation and reap the benefits of
jo send 3TW to a flying start in its opener at Miami: second period. the Yellow Jackets (274 success.

tadium in a down pour rain for most of the game Gilbert, a Miami North- yards to 135 yards). Allen
hTW grabbed a lead of 32-13 for the first three period: western High product, also was continually hurt bypass PROPER SUPERVISION CAN CURB FOOTBALL
[oWing off favored Middleton for a 32-26 victory. helped the }<'AMUcauserun- Interceptions ((5)andfumbles ROWDISM
I Warren broke away for a 37 yard run early in the ning for one touchdown and (2) throughout the game.
BTW the board few passing for another. The 15- Scoring in all quarters except Vandalism and gang wars after high school foot-
pening period to put on score a
the first FAMU's offensive
yard touchdown jaunt came ball games have been sharing the equasion of publicity
mutes later he ran 57 yards for his second touchdown early in the fourth quarter, and defensive units
then got away for 30 yards for his third score as defensive b ack Major Ha handed Head Coach Jake equally with the results of the contest-recently a federal
lie completed the night by taking a 15 yard pass fron zelton intercepted an Allen Gaither his 173rd victory bill barring the televising of any professional football
reene to score his fourth Tf). Al Johnson made University pass, and lattered at Florida A&M since be- games on Friday nights was passed; this was designedto
3T'Rother touchdown on a 25 yard pass from Greene cff to Nathaniel James who coming head coach in Itt- help the degrading plight of high school football and
raced 69 yards to the Allen 45.The bolster the attendance record, which is their strongarmof
BEATS BLANCHE ELY 40-12 15-yard line. Gilbert then 43-3 win gave the
went in for his touchdown.The Rattlers a 16-0-0 advantageIn support.
Rattlers completedjust the series against Allen. Given this much attention should make the local
Northwestern romped to a sloshing,victory six passes, but they were FAMU will meet the Bull- authorities and supervisors more aware of their respon-
over Ely 40-12 at Dade Junior College Stadium. good for 189 passing yards dogs of South Carolina State sibilities to keep order to and from the games.
Jimmy Jackson passed for both Ely's TOs one for FAMU. College next Saturday nightin There are no doubts many reasons for such expos
a 97 yard play to Leonard Bryant and the other a 30 A&M recovered an Allen Orangeburg, S.C.Colorful of emotions from the hundreds of teenagers who attend

and pass to Roosevelt Amoson. These scores didn't these games; but one percept for the ugly outbreaks is'the
[come until Northwestern had C. Snell, E. Bradley and lack of proper planning and organization.The .

Roy Holt score;' on short runs from inside the ten for Emmett Ashford incident involving the Miami Transit buses

I the first, second and third quarters. In the fourth probably could have been avoided had not the buses

I quarter Northwestern scored 21 points. The final score the Hard been caught in a trhffic jam-planning a fast moving
NW 4012. Came Up Way route in advance could have been a solution.On '

j another occasion, the players ,of a team had
A NEW STAR IN THE MAKING JI New York Traditionally by his father in Los Angeles to retrieve their uniforms from thugs who had entered thei
American League umpires are as a one-year-old and con-
precautions the invasion,
quiet. But going to a baseball tinued through 22 lean yearsas dressing rooms--proper against
Carol City's Arthur Edwards, himself a blocker game and not noticing a postal employee and ot restricted areas by outsiders could have preventedthis
land a pass receiver. His 6-3, 190 pounds, surprised Emmett Ashford is like goingto part-time semipro ballplayer.In incident from occuring.
(everyone in Thursday's victory when he caught passes the dentist and not noticing the article, Ashford Have footgall games-but also have organizationand
jfor 56 yards But his blocking paved the way for Carol; the drill. recalls working his first planning.
City's backs, His blocking has Coach Fred Hyme Explaining his penchant game as an umpire. Substitu-
[keeping both ends in tight 100 per cent of the time for the histronic in the new ting for the regular ump, who EXCELSIOR LEAGUE NOTES ';
issue of Look Magazine, didn't arrive, Emmett officiated -
lin Carol City's offense. You have always got to make Ashford says: "I've been in twotone shoes, green The Excelsior: league's first night of bowling go{
la block before the quarterback can throw a pass, I making my own way in my slacks and a sports coat. off to a fast start; with several bowlers averaging 180

(Edwards "In fact I'd rather throw a good, own way, ever since I broke "Pandemonium ensued, the and better.
into baseball. It's not an act collection was heavy, and it
block than catch a pass. It might set one of our backs and I can't change."I was decreed that thenceforthI Outstanding first nighters were:
I free." know that to survive should umpire," he remem- High Single Game: Billy Johnson 245, Willie G.
being a Negro umpire, I haveto bers. Jones 224, Grady: King 222.
IDOLPHIMS! CAN STILL HOLD THEIR HEADS HIGH be as near-perfect as pos Siring up the reaction to High Three Game: Eddie Way 581;' Fred Horne,576,
sible. It hasn't been easy. I his work in the American Grady King 572.

Pity those Buffalo Bills, the defending American went through hell knocked to get downa up League, Ashford comments: Top Ten Averager: Eddie Way 193, Fred Home 193,
here. I've been "I know my job, I prepared
Football League champs, the guys who got their few tames: along the way. I for it. Not everybody is welcoming Grady King 192, James Thomas 187, Billy Johnson 185,
(brains knocked out the first two times around this think they wanted to see how me with open arms; Norman Hurd 183, Alvoid James 182, James Terry 182,
season. I'd react. you can't expect it. Some John Harvey 180.
Well, don't hold your breath. The Bills don'tlead "But after all, it's not people don't like anything.
the league in either offense or defense, but they how many times you get
knocked down, it's how you .
Proved last Sunday that two setbacks don't make a ,, "", ", A
get up.
season and that pre-game catcalls can go down "Everybody says baseball 'f :< ;
color, and nobody ,
needs more
the drain
mighty quick. fill the bill like I ,
I The Bills clocked the Miami Dolphins 58-24, can,"can he adds with a wink. Ii"I:
grabbing a 48-10 lead early in the second yes, Look describes Ashford's

second quarter and reminded Buffalo fans that troubled background which itJ 'f/

|the Bills still have designs on a third consecutiveAFL began when he was deserted a r

crown. r \r,
The 58-point performance came within a single V 4Y

[point of tying the AFL record for most points scoredin MOREHOUSE CLUB :' ''

a game, 59 by Kansas City against Denver in TO HOLD FALL r
,1963 and tied the second best performance, 58 points
by San Diego versus Denver during the same 1963 MEETINGAll
season. graduates and former
Morehouse College are urgently -r-"
his opinion
With all this, your sports requested to meet
after watching Sunday's game on TV. The first quarter Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25 at
is what beat them. From there on the Dolphins 5:30 p.m. in the chapel of
did for newly formed team. Funeral Home,
not make a bad move a the Range
Injuries have had a great deal in this loss. Some of NW 58th St. & 17th Ave. N

the Dolphins stars were out there with tape, wraps, Centennial The college Celebration will hold its in

bandages and what not on their wounds yet put up a February and the assistantto
[great battle. The 58-24 was no disgrace. After reading the president will be our r
what the Jets did to the Oilers and (Dallas Cowboysdid special guest, ,Mr. Butler

to the NY Giants, teams that have been togetherso Henderson.

long. After all the Dolphins held the Jets to a

Mtry 10 points and the Oilers were scored upon WMBM MAYS OFF AND RUNNING
2.17. The Cowboys downed the Giants 52-17. Whata 1490 On Your Dial

difference in scoring. BLANCHE CALLOWAY Five reasons why the Traz Powell-coached Mays ,High Rams are riding high
PRESENTS with as many victories in their first two games as they compiled in 10 games last
PROGRESS REPORT year are shown above. The Rams knocked off the Northwestern Bulls 18-7 and beat
Register Nowl! Lake Shore High Belle Glade 38-18 last week.
3 Times Daily Standing are Leroy Charlton, W. McGahee and Albert Hanna. Kneeling are
8 a.m., 1:55 and 10 p.m. and back Ronald McGregor.
quarterbacks Jack running
The books ore open


18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 23, 1966 _

Fcsceli Calls For (westta-lion of Milk PricesDade's Senate Committees and the of the Federal House Trade and

I I Goes. I Commission to begin an Im-
Anything ......
sky-rocketing In letters to the Secretaryof tlgatlon of milk prices in mediate and full Investigation -
prices will be the subject ofa Agriculture the House and South Florida. of the Milk Marketing
The old Liberty Theatre town. The clientele is at special Investigation by the Senate Agriculture Committees Agrecm nt in South Florida.
I at 15th Ave. and 67th St. is leart 50 per cent Negro, but Secretary of Agriculture if and the Federal Trade In a statement Fascell out- M. --
being considered by ownersas have you noticed not a single Miami Congressman DanteB. Commission, Congressman lined his reasons for requesting -
a 100-plus( bed convalescent one of us is employed there. Fascell (D-FLAhas his Fascell today called for a the investigation:
home. The old building way. "full and Immediate inves- "Milk prices have sky-
will be torn down and a new rocketed. There have been For Sale
building with ground level Looking for a job with annual last
in the
parking is in the plans. The pay of $6,400 and good ti w a two price rises
building is owned by CubanDr. fringe benefits? Try driving two months. An official of 7 ROOM HOUSE
Benitor. buses for the Miami Transit the Agriculture Department
Authority. There are open- has reportedly said there $100 down. $61.37.0.
That beautiful new ings for SO drivers now as would be two more before For six Fell
church under construction on they get ready for the big the end of the year. years.
NW 62nd St. between 11th winter tourist" ,season. ;.tl 4y M :X 'F pK. k ry. : "This situation is intoler- price $3,500.
and 12th Ave. is the new able. The people are Justifiably 3251 NWS8 STREET.
Mt. Calvary Baptist, Rev. New dances come' on the 5 upset-so much so that
Samuel Atchison is pastor. acme so fast it's pretty:,hardto dw.ij5i j* w* **1 er 't* they are using the traditional -
keep up with them. Latestis PHONES:
means of consumer
j ( The Jumbo Shrimp restaurant the Bugaloo. The only test-the boycott"Milk pro-
at 7th Ave. &: 75th SU has way I can describe it is .,
become one of the most "a whole lot of shakin' prices in South 696-6389
popular all-nite eateries in going on." Florida are already the high-

COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE est reason in the I country.am formally For this re- 691-1548

I Phil OssoferI STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER questing the Secretary of A-
griculture, (the Agriculture

can't figure out why the happy religionist is a Jovial VET TV
cost of haircuts has gone up.I Witness?
always thought that barber see TED FORMERLY OFJETI IS NOW VET Good Bye Rent Mal
benefited by a growing over- What's a booboo?? Make no
head. mistake i it's a sound 379-7735 CBS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
se made by a ghost who stutters.
Fill Price
While I'm still on this $7,900
heady subject, I might men- 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
tion that every time I comb What businessman makes a II TERMS
my hair I feel like crying, because living by driving his cus-
parting is such sweet tomers away?A taxicab opera- PAID FOR IN 10 YEARSNO

sorrow. tor. "" .' : '-. .'1'" ..
CS see ,.-- I :. # .";" ; QUALIFYING
Do you know what happens ,.,1'1"1., } ;.>.t->:, .:; .....-. :
I finally figured out how to < ; ; IIi.r
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keep peanut butter from stick- when you get a postage "
ing to the roof of my mouth. stamp with no glue on it? , I smear it on the bottom of You're stuck with itl! ..fti- .(. }. i. ...
the bread. .
Would you call a magician 2280 NW 103 STREET Large 3 bedroll, 1 ; '
Did you know??? When in an airplane a flying sor- both, wall to wall carpet Urge comer; fenced '"1//IU1"!: !! "Tr.,1V\\' .1.

you refuel a cigarette lighter, cerer? yard, loads of extras, $84.59 Monthly, FHA. .rt ,\ :
make the lighter heavier. .. k
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A con man is a fellow
whose greatest asset is his 9130 NW IS AVENUE Like new, 3 bedroom, 3 BEDROOM CBS. Beauty .. lake. Enclosed
Would you say that a lieability.The 2 baths, large F 10 room, FHA, $86.4911I0. See Thi s. porch. Garage, appliances, washer. Many extras.

$500 down. No closing costs.
9120 NW 16 AVENUE Huge 4 bedrooms, 2
Carver South Broward 67 membership VFW drive Post of bath, a beauty of a Fla room, built-in kitchen, NO QUAD FYING. $87 Mo. pays all. 3 bedroom,

8195 is now in progress. FHA, BE FIRSTII!! CBS, closed porch, dining room, appliances.
Ranches Veterans who interestedmay Fenced. $1,000 down. No closing costs.
I contact are Commander 1511 NW 93 STREET Choice area, 2 bedrooms,

Folia Boyd, YU 9-5534 or 1 bath, Fla room, many extras, FHA, $75.67 mo. 3 BEDROOM M BATH. CBS, Fla room, diningroom
News I Quartermaster Walter A. garage, appliances, air cond. qualifying
---.J Bowe, YU 3-9613. Meeting 1451 NW 92 STREET Look at this. No quofylng. !!- UI" cash needed.
--&,1 Walt. Bow. every first and third Sunday
Congratulations to W.. M. in the month at 5:30: p.m. Move into this now. Low monthly pay NO QUALIFYING. 3 bedroom, 3 bath, partly fern

Fonnan, manager of the ment.downpayment to suit youl fenced. Can be used as duplex. $750 down..
Peoples Grocery Store which
opened last week next door FALL FASHIONEXTRAVAGANZA 8201 NW 25 AVENUELarge corner, fenced in $64 MO. $250 DOWN. 2 bedroom, CBS, dining
( to the Apostolic Church on beauty, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, carport, near schools room, appliances, washer, $10,500 FHA. No
Pdmbroke Road. and shopping. Priced right. $78.80 monthly. closing costs.

Mr. J. B. Black of Miami, The Coconut Grove Negro $61 MO. $250 DOWN. Corner, CBS, 2 bedroom,
owner of Black's Service Women's Club i is spon- AETNA REALTYBROKER freshly painted FHA. No
Station in Carver Ranches, soring its Fall Fashion Ex- carport, $11,000
seems to be getting along travaganza Sunday, Sept. 25 closing costs.
fine after his operation a in the auditorium of the
$69 MO. $250 DOWN. 2 bedroom Fla
CBS, large
few weeks ago. O. W. Carver Junior High,
The Florida Stars Bowling School. Mrs. Mary Beth 811 NW 54th St. 7575724OPEN room, large eat-in kitchen. Carport, air cond. No
bpauioing, tasnton coordinator closing costs.
League Ft. Lauderdale
started its season Wednesday at Burdines will narrate.Departmentstore The SAT. & SUN. 6 YEARS NEW CBS DUPLEX. Large 3 bedroom,

night Sept. 21, at the Lauder- public is cordially invited.It 1H bath, and 2 bedroom, 1 bath. Built-in kitchen,
dale Lanes. will begin at 4 p.m. and large dining room, no qualifing.

Willie Wright of West Hollywood end at 6 p.m. WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
Mrs. Molly Mobley is iurnmumBuy
rolled a 2.39 game in '
siorette president and Mrs. Joyce!yn $100 DOW FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONSSHOTMJYL
the Excel League
Monday night. Spencer is secretary. A Home Today!
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2 AND 3 BEDROOM HOMES $ \ II. < jy
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... t \ t % r'I: ) ((1)) 3054 NW 55th Street-$200 down. $25 wk. ... .,.n :l. Ave.S 75 r5551KING .

( D pie's "Paradise ::r :.' ((2)) 6717NW6th Avenue -$200 down. $25 wk.

'" ((3)) 3207 NW 68th Street $500 down. $20 wk. SIZE BUYS-
,/ Guest House .f, ((4)) 1931 NW 86th Street-$200 down. $64 mo.
*: _1 x u J": ((5)) 17310 NW 33rd Court $500 down, pool I A
THE PARADISE"OF {GUEST; : HOUSES and patio, 3 bedrooms, some furniture. J HOME I

((6)) 6821 NW 6th Court $200 down. $25 wk. J 844 SW 10th Ave. Gorgeous bedroom, 2 bath, Tf
BEAUTIFUL ROOMS custom built, carport, garage, large Fla roonFHA T


FROM $100 DOWN PAYMENT 1451 NW 88th St. 2 bedroom, front screen porch .
{ carport, large beautiful lot.
2966 N.W. 47th St. .
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I.., C\i! '1':184S8;: ,J: _e.... 1 )$ Down '$74"mo. Live, retieflee:: ",:.sFl Beautiful two room awning, carport, fenced, no
a V qualifying, low down payment. .

x 3 Bedroom New Home ,. ,;14460: NW22nd} ,'Ave.$14.50weeksa'TRADE : J Lovely 3 bedroom, FHA terms, carport, awnings. .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 23, 1966 19

I I ADS Room FORRmT on busline near Management Training Classes I

everything. Prefer lady or

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.25.50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. couple, privileges. 634-0733. Begin Sept. 19 at Njorthwesten 1

heart of Liberty City. Private Uade County, in cooperation western between 6:00 P. M.

phone: 691-2494. 1545 NW 68 with the Adult Distri- and 7:00 P. M. on the evening -

FORSALE FOR SALE FOR SALE St. butive Education Depart- of Monday, September
ment of Dade County, is offering 26. In order to determine the
Have A Nice Life Lots 15th Ave. & 75th St. 4 bedroom house
in Opa- CBS house. 3 bedroom, 2 to the general publica number of students that will
Lots 49th
St. and 18th Ave. locka. No down payment, bath course entitled Basic Merchandising" enroll, we are asking that
3333 NW 69th $27.
CBS, freshly decorated Two lots qt.
bedroom street
to just
2 street. closing
cost and
take up call to make reservationsCall
inside and ,out. AH] 1331 NW week. Unfurn. Also\ one bed. you
St. JE 8-1340. Ask
payments. for
Pruitt. This
unfum. 566 NW 27th course will teach the Miss Johnnie Mae Robinson
st. Front
size. Barrel
rooms awnings large ,, carport, front Buy land, house, loan money. 1400 NW 46th street. apt. will show it. $18 week. most basic business practicesand or Mrs. Maria L.
roof, ---- procedures. A few of the 379-0735.
and back porches. $12,000with 4 bedroom, two bath, fenced. Seller Pays Closing Costs Nav.aJ
Downtown areas covered will Include
$400 down and $72 mo. area one bedroom ,
$100 down). Life Realty 15611 ,NE 15th Ct. Fum, 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, fum. apt. all utilities. $19., bookkeeping? purchases, DAY & NIGHT CARE
(Vets big FLa room, awnings, FHA front porch, 1 large lot
4932 NW 7th Ave. ,, stove effecy. $14. Call Mickins : salesmanship and banking
no closing cost. Owner and refrig. Price is $12,000and )
procedures.The .
PL 9-4371 Open nites and 373-3304. Rental Agency, NE 4-0500.
TF $400 down and $74.54 mo. course Is eight weeksin F..1 l free to com and

Sundays. (vets $100 down). Life Realty Rooms See them at 921 NW length and the student is "jnp.ct premises. Fr..

"seTieTPays Closing Costs $250 down $82 mo. pays all. Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. 75th St. after 4:30 p.m. required to attend class two pick up and delivery.
3 bedroom, 2 bath 1151 NW 37th St. Lovely PL 9-4371. Open eves & Sun.
Beautiful ----- sessions a week Mondayand
Day or Night
CBS, this will sell fast. -----
landscaped Large 2 bedroom, fum., Wednesday from 7:00P.
nicely comer -
CBS, 6354384
$100 or
down. .
fenced yard. Fla room, tile Realty, 3517 NW Anyone. Vets or house, wall to wall carpeting, M. til 10:00 P. M. The
17th Ave. 633-0426. non Vets. Like 2-3-4 HOT meals & SnacksBcAMURRAYM
roof, awnings, fire place, pa- ---- bedroom, CBS homes new like electric kitchen, solar heater, classes will be held at
tio, close-in, by shopping $110 mo. adults. No pets. Northwestern Senior High
$350 down
qualifying, new. Only $100 down and from
school, bus. A very'good 2151 NW 46th St., Home and $63 mo. pays all. One mort- 561 NW 51st St. tel. 754-9450.. School located at 7007 N. fan
at $15,500 with$500 down. ---- W. 12th Avenue Miami
buy ,
income. Vacant, move right in. gage. Call now to see these
$100 mo. Life Realty, Broker Apt. 2 bedroom fum. lower Florida.
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Allapattah Realty, 3517 NW beautiful homes today. E. duplex, carport. $85 mo., There is a registration fee
17th Ave. 633-0426. Harry Denny, Realtor. Tip No pets, 568 NW 51st St.
Open eves. Sundays. Top Realty, 7540483. 754-9450. of $2.00 which you will be

---200l NWl3rd Street 7051 NW 29th Ave. No quali- ------ required to pay at North-

Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 2 fying. $85 per mo. pays all. FOR SALE Newly painted 1 bedroom,''. rit

lots, comer, tile roof, se- Allapattah Realty, 3517 NW HERE'S SOME OFFERSTO CBS, duplex, nice yard, 4042
parate garage, wall to wall 17th Ave. 633-0426, NW 23rd Ave. Rear $22 wk. LEARN TO SELL
carpeting, fenced yard, cus- --- CONSIDER
Call 226-5036 or 6332429.
tom-built kitchen, awnings Nice vacant lots in Allapattah 2 Duplexes. 1 has 2 bedroom, Dixie Rental 3206 AT MDJCA
1 bath and 1 bedroom, 1 bath, Agency
refrig. Seller pays closingcosts. Realty, 3517 NW 17th Ave. NW 17th Ave.
FHA price $16,000with 633-0426. on large lot, quiet neighbor- --- non-credit course in

$600 down and $93.32mo. hood near everything. Beautiful. Fum. kitchenette apt. Lights, Techniques of Selling is
Call Broker for inConna-
Key at Life Realty, FHA and VA Resale tion. Cash down water, gas $12.50 wk. 751- being offered on the North
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL From $100 down. 2-3-4 bed- Take low payment. 4309 or 6351078. -Campus of Miami-Dade Junior
94371. Open evenings and room in all areas. Buy over monthly pay ---- College. The class meets

Sundays cheaper than rent. Mary L. ment. Fum. effcy.Utilities incl. $15 Thursdays at 7 p.m.

Benton, Realty, 751-8536 '1, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, each side. week. 5034 NW 5th Ave. Instructor for the course

Fora Better Life! ---- Money talks on this duplex. ----- is David Oliver, of the Miami .

Duplex. $500 down. 2 bedroomapt. Try to find out about this Cottage. Call FR 1-4620. Herald advertising department.The .
Beautiful home on extra largelot offer Nothing like it in town. fee is $10. Registrationsare
and 1 bedroom apt. plus ----- Win Business Advancement
tile roof, garage, lovelyFla 2 car garage 7573376. Call Broker for more informa 1 bedroom duplex. Partly being accepted in Scott

room, fenced yard, stove, ---- tion. fum. child ok. $65 mo. Vicinity Hall, 11380 NW 27th Avenue. Enjoy Social Popularity

refrig., air cond., washing Very nice two bedroom duplex, Also Have 3 houses, low of 41st St. and 23rd Ave. You'll fret confident that your hair I Is

machine, wall to wall carpe-nice location, 7032 NW 5th down payment, low monthly NW. City water, 691-4668. you well groomed use MURRAY'S ill day and evening when
This is an outstandinghome. Place. i."fr'p
----- hair
payments, no qualifying,
Price HELP WANTEDMale firmly In plate without that stliky.
$13,500 ---- move right in. Good buys. 1 bedroom apt. fum. $18.50 greasy feeling. Contains no alkalies or
$450 down and $81.62 month. CBS with carporte, tile roof, Call Broker. week. 758-3901. or Female! hair stylist. other harsh irritants.

Key at Life Realty, Broker, fenced yard, $11,500. FHA, --- Experienced in wig setting and Look for the orange ... .
4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. $250 down and $70.36 month. MARTIN M.624-6983 BERNEY, Broker rum. kitchenette apt. all management. Will consider as tin lady with on top the, man and a' -y

Open eves & gundays. Biscayne Realty, Inc. 759- ----- utilities $12.50 week. 751- partner. Call Mr. Roberts at LARGE SIZE 50* \ .
----- 8600. 4309 or 635-1078. 945-4526. TRIAL SIZE -
'____ Level 290 MURRAMRRAYY''S
down. Split
Anyone. Vets o ----- ------- ""
On sate ul drug stores :;
nan Vets. Like new 2-3-4: 3 bedroom CBS with Fla rm, Cravera Lake Estate Room. 337 NW 48th St. Phone Duo for liquor ,lounge. One chain' stores,barer ....

}bedroom CBS homes like new., and huge screened porch. Completely, and tastefully 7518376. must sing. JE 2-8276. hops.mart If and dealer docs not have
Only MOO down and from $63 '12500. FHA. $300 down and fum. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with -- ----- Murray's Pomade:: he tan eel t It quickly

month pays all. One (1) mor $76.30 month. Biscayne Realty I large Fla room and oversize Nice Room. Good location, Licensed beautician to work or mail for;you you or:2 end glunt only site$1.I hair.and: Pomade we will
central heat and 3 air middle age person pre rerrabl e. salon. Call .
t| |e. Call now to see these 759-8600. garage manage beauty postage paid.MURRAY'1
beautiful hones today. E. ----- conds. well, pump and sprinkler Single or Double. Call 371- after 4:30: at 691-2747 or SUPERIOR PRODUCTS COMPANY
I for the care of a 5779. 7579254. 451 Ckirlsttl Ave",
Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip 3 bedroom ,CBS at $11,500 system Ditrtlt Mick. 4I2D1
Top Realty, 7540483. FHA. $250 down and $70.36mo. beautiful landscaped lot with ---- ,

We have two houses at relaxing patio,built-in ]Bar-B- 1 bed., air cond. fume apt.
--- this price. Check these before Que. Near school, shoppingAnd Adults. 175 NW 38th st. Apt.2.

2050 NW 96th St. CBS, like you buy. Biscayne Realty all transportation. Cal I ---- IMMEDIATE EMPlOYMENTSECRETARY
new, carport, oak floors tile
759-8600. Mitizi at Kaiser & Lee Real- One bedroom duplex. $19,
roof, $350 down, no closing Nice 1 bedroom apt. $19.
---- PL 7-4588.
cost Hurry see this modem 3 bedroom, CBS, beautiful. ---- Lovely 2 bedroom duplex $29

beauty direct from owner. Expensive. Must FHA and 1 bedroom small duplex. $20.
7588749.For see. Homes, $100 down up. To Community Relations Board. $353.
terms. Biscayne Realty, Inc. Richmond Heights are and Effcy. fum. $12.
'-- -- 759-8600. NW section. vlar-Dan Associates CBS, 1 bedroom apt. HS. graduate with some secretarial expert-

sale half price. Duplex. ---- LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY
Realtor, 1698 Coral Apply Dade County Personnel Dept.
ence. :
Badly damaged inside by tnants. No qualify, 3 bedroom, CBS. 5-2557 afternoon 2020 NW 62nd St. '
Call eves. 688-5825. nearly new. $500 down. Movein. 7 Way to,8 ID CE 55488., 633-7809 5th Floor, Justice Building, 1351 NW 12th St.

Sep.30 Biscayne Realty, Inc ---- Miami.
759-8600. Nice cottage, 1 bed. spacious
-- Beer
We Business 'kitchen' private yard., con-
have -----
FHA homes Good
many wine and sandwiches.
venient location. Reasonable.
Beautiful Arcola Lake
small down in sell for
payment business, retiring,
good $700 down, 1002 NW 85th St. 2161 NW 58th St.
locations. Also VA low cost, $800 total! price
and FHA Exceptional CBS home with Miami
repossessions.Call plus inventory. Next to Room. Nice lady. 5710 NW
us for information for lovely Fla room, overlookingwater. lot. Laundry. 26 years same 19th Ave. 6345691.Barluncheonette .
location. Fenster Realty, Large landscaped owner. Call after 12 noon.
Broker, PL 98779. A must see. Kaiser & LeeRealtors's 2029 NW 19th Ave. Phone: ---
---- PL 74588. EDISON Specials

3 bedroom CBS, FHA, only 374-9638. r tion fully equipped. No money
$350 ----- down. Just pay the rent.
Sellers & Bar.
Best Buy Now Apoles Restaurant Location 5301 NW 17th Ave.
pays closing costs. Garage, 755 NW 84th Terrace 4928 NW 22nd Ave. By owner For information call Mr. OPEN 2 P.M. SUNDAY

ilea schools and shopping Attractive home on beautiful Juanita Hampson. Weinstock, 7596262.APt. .
center. Drive by 420 NW 45th landscaped lot in lovely area. 167 NW 48 STREETCBS
SU -----
Broker then, PL call 9-8779.Fenster Realty, Total price only 14500. $450 COZY 3 BEDROOM 566 NW 22nd SU Key with $300 down, FHA terms, Fla room, plus
down. Kaiser & Lee Realtors, The total priceis attendant. First apartment. nice
$400 down. falovsied front porch, carport, dining room,
PL 7-4588. only $12,500. This is $18 week. Daytime 4446126.eves .
Move Right In lot.
CBS with truly a lovely home in very : in 8-2824.
turn apt. in rear ----
location. Separate
for convenient ALSO SEE US FOR THESE
extra income. Big house Genie Homes announces the dining room, screened WMBM

in Porch front has enclosed front opening of new model built-in homes. porch, awnings, fenced yard 1490 On Your Dial ((1)) 6520 NW 1st PL. CBSnear all Edison School
Fla 2 bath,
room, wall to wall 3 bedroom, other extras, hardwood
and beautiful $250 down FHA extra
carpet, hardwood & BLANCHE CALLOWAY neighborhood.
big closets, big range and oven, floors, tile roof. Kaiser
kitchen, etc. Separate garage floors, open for your inspect- Lee Realtors, PL 7-4588 PRESENTS large lot.
this property is at 1168 NW tion. Location. 1022 NW 52ndSt. --- REPORT
30th st. $750 down and move and 1954 NW 41st St. $400 Down $75.67 Mo. PROGRESS ((2)) 775 NW 83rd Terr. No qualifying, CBS, tile

right in. NO red tape. Price Drive by then call Fenster 3 bedrooms, large carport, 3 Times Daily roof, terrazzo floors, carport.

only 12500. Key at Life Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. near school and all trans- 8 *4U, 1:55 and JO p.m.

1 7th Realty'Ave., PL Broker, 4932 NW portation. Kaiser & Lee Real- ((3)) 8600 HW 14th Ct. $200 down FHA. Can be
9-4371. tors. 7-4588
--- No qualifying! 3 bedroom, --PL--- EARN used as threw bedroom, two both hme.

1100 down. Anyone. Vets or'aon CBS, carport, Fla room, air MISCELLANEOUS EXTRA MONEYTo CBS home 3 bed W
Lake new cond., carpet, stove, clean Anybody( knowing the where ((4) 1730 NW 39th st. Large ,

b0 0yets.m CBS homes 2-3-4 In and out. Drive by 1765 abouts of Mr. Mike Curry, buys home baths. $300 down FHA terms, garage, carport.WE .

Daly MOO like new. NW 89th Terr. then call call Mrs. Jones at NE To start children's education HOMES AND DUPLtAIt rrlA
down and from $63 Realty, Broker, PL please a fund HAVE MANY ,

smooth tal&O. pays all. One (lmof. 98779.A Fenster. 5-5767. To pay off debts TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.
beautiful horses now to see these Lost three female photos. Or even start a savings YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

Tom' Denny today. Eo huge CBS home for large Reward. John Lane. 1814 NW account $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A YET OR BEING
Realtor, Tip bedroom, CBS plus
family, 3 70th St.
Realty, 75+0483. 2 bedroom apt. Doqelling lot. Drive a or part
Bunche-- No Suitable f o r Lost. Ladies eyeglasses with time. Interesting work as

boom Park area. CBS,3 their homes gray frames in brown and you are ...tilgl.W people EDISON REALTY Realtors
14th }modem, 2310 N W to Urban Renewal or express tweed case in vicinity of NW constantly!II! ,
St. $250 down and $56 location near Reward
m0'this.beautiful I '! you must see schools way. ,Good buses and shop- 63rd St.if and returns 10th Ave.to Miss ZIBLER TAXI 175 N.W. 62nd St 751:2441CwSSIFIED
Mr. 1025 W. Flagler Street
Marvin 546 NW
Sundays nights and ping center. nrive by Connie at 6112 NW
235-2748. 44th St. Fenster Realty 7th Ave. Indif

Greater Miami Realty Broker, PL 9-8779.

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 23, 1966.-----___.. __.._ ____

Man Killed By Hit ImISs. i lll.tl U 'nIll_._ ._ li1_ I
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: Thirteen white men-including Special Agent Roy K. in Grenada. city of Grenada."
a petty judge-were Moore, head of the Mississippi Judge Claude Clayton issued The ruling came after two
And Run DriverJonah arrested Saturday in Grenada, office of the FBI, the arrest order Friday days of testimony in which
Miss., by the FBI, and were said the 13 men would be 'night at Oxford, saying that witnesses said in many instances -
accused of conspiring in the charged with conspiracy to the violence Monday and police did nothing
attacks on Negrochildren at violate the civil rights of the Tuesday in Grenada was while white men beat Negro
Rozier, 33, of 1535 over the body, slowed down, newly desegregated schools. Negroes who were attacked "the shame of all who occupy children with ax handles and
NW 58th Terrace, was killed then. sped away, witnessessaid. Peace Justice James Rich- Monday during the first day of leadership, ,both official and chains outside the newly integrated -.
Saturday when a car ran over ard Ayers, who holds court in desegregated public schools civic, in the county and the schools.
him while he was lying on Grenada, was arrested several
NW 17th Ave. The driver did Rozier, who was employed
hours after the others were
not stop, police said. by the Durbin Paper Stock rounded up.
Co., was pronounced dead on
The men were taken t o
The victim, was spotted arrival at Jackson Memorial
Oxford, 45 miles to the north,
lying in the street just north Hospital. Police said they for a hearing before U.S. Com-
of 67th St. by a witness who could not determine if he had
missioner William Lewis.
tried to flag an approaching been struck ,before the time
They were charged and re-
car. A white Cadillac ran witnesses spotted him.
leased on $1,000 unsecured

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sant and profitable school days this fall. In spite of current teacher shortage problems -
Dorsey is extremely fortunate to have join its staff top flight teachers who NEW TEACHERS AT DORSEY JUNIOR HIGH Among new teachers at Dor
bring varied and interesting backgrounds. The four are members of the National sey this year are the three members of the physical education department shown at'

Teacher Corp, a federally financed project to train teacher interns in a master's de- top: Samuel McWoodson, Lucille Chavis and Eugene Clapp. The four pictured at' I

gree program through the University of Miami. Left to right: George Renard, Judy the bottom are Barbara Hankerson, basic education; Antionette Skoczek, counselor,

Reeder, Robert Spielman and Joseph Jackson, all are language arts teachers. Angela Vasselle, music; and Jean Faulkner, basic education.




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