The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00435

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IJellnda Michele, four- N.W. 25th Ave. When Be-
ar year-old daughter of Mrs. linda scampered away from

Of Youth Jerdeun Melton, died at the curb she was hit by an
Killing Jackson Memorial Hospital cast-bound car driven by 35-

P;4; ; fiIIIIII on Sunday as a victim of year-old Roosevelt Brown t '
traffic accident. Fort Lauderdale. Brown was
Her mother was visitinga not charged, deputies said. .
Ignites Frisco RiotNegroes sick relative earlier In the ), .
hospital when she was call-
ed to the Seven-year-old William .
emergency room
in San Francisco Mayor Shelley told the where the child was suffer- Freeny, of 2965 NW60th St., .!
Guard, "It is important to died 's *
smashed windows started at Hialeah Hospital
ing from a fractured skull
fires, looted, overturned be- show your strength.Cahill said and internal injuries. Sunday evening after hewas ,
The trouble ,
hides and three barrages of Mrs. Melton, who livesat struck by a car. He and a
bricks and bottles in two seemed spontaneous after friend, John Reese, also 7, of
3303 N.W. 46th St., had
the shooting, and started at
districts Tuesday night, after
3071 N.W. 60th SI triedto
Hunters Point. left Belinda in the care of a
a youth fleeing from a stolencar cross NW 30th Ave.
the friend, Mrs. Geraldine at
The riot was sparked by
r was killed by a white killing of Matthew Johnson, Brown, 2480 N.W. Gist St. N.W. 60th St. when the ac-

1; tr .. policeman. 16, by Patrolman Alvin John- According to the Sheriffs cident occured. John was In
son, after the youth and a Office, the child disobeyed serious condition at the.
After the violence spread companion fled from a stolencar. orders to stay in the house hospital f"
from Hunters Point to the The police shouted repeatedly and followed Mrs. Brown's Norville Farmer, 24, the
Fillmore district, Mayor for the boy to stop, daughter out on an errand. driver, of 2262 N.W. 80th f
John F. Shelley imposed a and fired three warning shots Sgt. Harry Meyersonsaid St., was charged with driv-
curfew and Gov. Edmund 0. before the final shot hit him the older girl safely ing with a fulty breaking
Brown called out 2,000 Na- in the back. crossed N.W. 62nd St. at .system.
tional Guardsmen.
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The disturbance lasted "' ., ," ., '!I \ :"I\
four hours during which time : "
11 persons were treated at "j"I:
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Mission Hospitalfor '.I.!.
Emergency H \ '
injuries that were not con- :.' !
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The department answered .
its J 32 calls, many of them false, ;,!"
I and eight trucks and cars
EASTERN AIRLINES STEWARDESSMiss were stoned. At least three ,.'. ,,

Mary Costella Pierce, flight crew duties. cars were turned over and S. .
of Washington, D.C., has Miss, Pierce is the daughter set on fire. All blazes were ;$' .., I
.* graduated from'Eastern Air- of Mr. and Mrs.: James?quickly put .under,,..cPmfft.j .. ,.
lines stewardess school here. Pierce of 1892 Ontario Place, p4V

In addition to receivingher N.W. She graduated from At the height of the riot, 1
wings, Miss Pierce, was Dunbar High School and at- 400 San Francisco police, 50
named "Gibson Girl" by her tended Margaret Washington California Highway Patrolmenand
classmates, an honor best- Nursing School and SO traffic policemen fought
owed on the girl with the Howard University, all in back rioters. After the cur-
most poise, charm and con Washington. Prior to Join- few became effective at midnight -
geniality. Members of each ing Eastern, she was a nurse the Highway Patrol was
.graduation class choose a at Washington Hospital Cen released when police Chief
,"Gibson Girl" by secret bal- ter. Thomas Cahill decided that
lot. The winner is announced the crisis was averted.

at graduation ceremo nies. After graduating, Miss "
At Eastern's Miami In- Pierce, reported to New York, Some of the Guardsmen
Flight Training Center, one where she 'will be based. who had been called out to
of the most modern stew- From there she will fly to quell the Watts riot in Los .

ardess schools in the nation, many of the 102 cities Eastern Angeles last year, assembledin
Miss Pierce's training included serves in 26 states, he armqries at Ft. Funston in Carolyn A.Clarke is the first colored female to graduate from the Dade County

grooming, makeup and District of Columbia, Can- San Francisco and at nearby Junior College Cadet Program. She is also the first to attend the Miami Police Department's -
the art of being a gracious ada, Mexico, Puerto Rico San Jose, San Bruno and Police ea.
hostess in addition to other and Bermuda. Richmond. Academy.
Miss Clarke, 20, who lives with her parents and two sisters at 2230 NW 74th St.,

is a graduate of Miami Northwestern senior High School.

She told a Miami Times reporter that she was motivated to become a police-

. Schoolgirl Killed By Train woman by a desire to work in criminalistics. Told that she would need more formal

education, she intends to go to college and get her degree in science while workingon

the Miami Police Department.
Shelia Cleare, of 14370 18th Ave., and 151st St She rain at the time of the fatal
Shown with Miss Clark is Mrs. Marlene who is also the
I NW22nd Ave., was hitfrom was killed instantly. accident. Hotopp, attending
behind last Wednesday by Train Fireman Harry Police Academy.

the engine of the northbound The 14-year-old school Richardson of Wildwood, _. -
Seabord Air Lines Rail girl was trudging home a- told police the oscillating -

road's Silver Meteor at NW long the track in a heavy light on the engine was ope- 8 Negro 4 White Jury

rating in the near-zero visibility ,
but that the bells were

$22 Million For crossing.was not ringing some distance because the from train a Free Ala. Klansman

Richardson said he and

engineer L. C. Thomas,also
Rent of Wildwood, did not see the A Circuit Court jury of Gregg Liuzzo, a white civi (I- expressed disappointment at ro Supplements eight Negroes and four white rights worker who was killedin the verdict. He called it a
girl. They said they first In-
men deliberated for 85 minutes a hail of gunfire from a "complete breakdown of jus-
dication of accident ,
an back Tuesday night in Hayneville, passing auto March 25, 1965, tice and law and order."
when her hurtled
President Johnson had son said. body Ala., then reached a verdictf a few hours after the Selma- Thomas told
signed into law a $13.9 billion Contract authority will past the train, which was hourat approaching ; acquittal in the trial of KuICIux to-Montgomery march. got "a fair trial." His wife
appropriations bill that take $20 million of the money an I Klansmen Eugene Thomas Thomas was the second said she was "glad that it's
includes $22 million for rent and $2 million in cash the time.program for the murder of Viola member of the hooded orderto over," and said her husband

supplements, the White will go to subsidy payments go Scott-free for the killing would return to his job witha
House announced last Wed- under earlier contracts. The "but when the time of the Detroit housewife. steel company at Bessemer.The .
nesday. The President calledit President had asked for $35 come to provide the funds Collin Leroy Wilkins, another case was closed by .!
"the single most Important million in contract authorityand some of the old voicesof Klansman was acquitted last the state without calling to
breakthrough In the historyof $3 million in cash. doubt and misunderstanding Register October, and a third, William the stand Gary Thomas Rowe,
public housing." Congress, In an earlier that greeted Franklin Orville Eaton, died of a heart a paid witness for the FBI.
"With this bill. .not 10- supplemental bill, had given Roosevelt and me 30 years attack. He had testified in three previous
000 but 53,000 families can the President $12 million in ago were raised once againIn Mrs. Liuzzo, was participating trials that he was an
now give their children a contract authority for the rent he land." in the march to drama- eyewitness to the killing of
rain-free roof and a rat-proof subsidy program. "I believe this program Today To tize the demand for Negro the woman.A .
bedroom." Johnson said,"It Johnson said the rent sup- represents the single most voting rights. She was not former Birmingham bar
means that more than 50- plement program will "en- important break-through in I mentioned as a civil rights tender, Rowe he joined ,the
000 city children can come courage hundreds of private the history of public housing.No I worker during the one-day trial Klan to get information fot the
off the streets at night because organizations and hundredof housing program ever I Vote Nov. 8 and no mention was made of FBI, and that he was in the
they have a decent home to private builders to provide devised by this governmenthad Thomas as a Klansman. car when the fatal shot was ,
come to." housing for the poor." been so well suited to a State Attorney General fired and that Thomas handed
"I dedicated free enterprise Richmond Flowers, directedthe his gun to Collie ,Leroy Wil-
have waited for this He said that Congress a- nation to -
moment for 35 years,"John greed with the goals of the ," Johnson said. L prosecution for the state, kins to do the shooting.


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Miami Housing Authority leged segregated policies,civIl "informal" meeting Satur- However,theNAACPand the tinued communication, "the civil rights facials Housing denied that authority there of.
after a round table dis- rights representatives said, day arranged and moder- Fair Housing Agency said, bellev that public segregated housing in was
cussion with Dade civil rights was not intended to impugnthe ated by H. B Sissel,director in the statement,thatcharges groups In the greater ami. They agreed Mi
projects to
leaders Saturday, acknow- integrity or professional of the Dade Cimmunity Relations made by telegram to U.S. housing Miami area are in fact Immediate investigation"an
ledged that integration in thecity's competence" of any Indi- Board.Integration. Housing and Urban dev- segregated." federally funded housing Of.
Robert agencies"
financed vidual. elopment Secretary '
federally projects statement said it is in this area should
at The ,
"falls hortofthatwhlch The comments were madein has been Weaver were not aimed
is desirable." a joint statement issued by thwarted In Miami by locat- accusing local housing auth- the feeling of civil rights re- be Weaver's carried starl.out by Secretary

the NAACP, the Fair Hous- ing new housing develop- ority qf "deliberate or cal- presentatives that "defacto"segregation struct! "Furthercon-
A call they made last week ing Agency of Dade Countyand ments in segregated areas, culated efforts" to violate will ultimatelybe ve conversations"was
for a federal investigation of the Miami Housing civil rights groups claimed anti-segregation laws."Notwithstanding. ruled Illegal in.federally the general agreement at the
the Housing Authority's al- Authority and came after an last week. this," supported housing.I meeting.

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I Fascell Introduces Federal Anti-Riot Bill -I BLANCHE 1490 WMBM On Your CALLOWAY Dial

I session, thereis PRESENTS
A federal anti-riot bill to his Housecolleagues,Fas- mergence in the mob, and dropped the Civil Rights Bill, Congressional sentiment In the PROGRESS REPORT
providing stiff penalities for cell declared "Fvery citizen to express their frustrationsand Kascdl introduced the anti- strong to
of Representatives
those who incite and parti- has the right to be securein hostilities through he riot measure as a s parate House the Cramer.l asc 11 3 Times Daily
cipate in the kind of riots his person and in his prop- action of the mob. bill. act on this 8 a.m., 1:55 and 10 p.m.
which plagued the nation's erty. The nation cannot tol- "This willingness to mass Despite the lateness of the measure year.

cities this summer was In- erate theuse of violence which violent action is an open .....
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gressman Dante B. Fascell, and the rights of life and professional agitator."It fJ1rw '',' { '4 :: 'jI." ;\ ..:'. ;' ..<.: I
(D-Fla.). property In pursuit of civil is Imperative that Con- j' ,.11\,.". ,....'.:f-r.; .;(.t' ,, .. ,,'t"f t
In a hard-hitting speech or. any other rights. gress act at once to stop .. :. : "II:" .""I'"!. >
"There are sufficient these people from taking ad- I
indications professional, vantage of this country's liberties -
outside agitators have to lead rampages of UJL
traveled across state lines destruction through the great '
WMBM for the reason of inciting to cities of this nation.
190 On Your Dial riot. This bill would providethe .
"The urgent necessity for severe penalty of a fine 5 Y .i
BLANCHE CALLOWAY legislation is made even more up to $10,000 and imprison- .
PRESENTS clear by the evident willingness ment' for up to five years -
PMGRESS REPORT of thousands, who respect for those who would create }
neither persons nor chaos and confusion and
3 Times Daily property, to become part of take advantage of those }
'a.sqa" 1:55 and iO p.m. a mob, to cast off all fear of working in the just cause of 5
legal consequences by sub- securing the full rights of ,\
citizenship. It would make illegal :

the crossing of state rE
lines with the Intent to In- ti 1k

REGISTERTO dte or participate in a riot. .
The right to lawful dem- .4t 5
onstrations and peaceful protest -
must b preserved at all
costs. But those extremists ,
who feel this right is a lic-
VOTE ense to arson and assault
must be halted.
"Those who would violate .
.' law and order and in- .,' -r J

'Books dte to riot under the guise Christian Hospital, Inc., one of the many beneficiaries of the Charles I. Minov
dost, InMoiUrirhoris ': that they are fighting for the estate, received a substantial sum from the Sixth Annual report of the estate's ad-
rights of all do in fact des-
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: democratic R.N., operatingroom
. .., ,, ,, troy not only our -
j. ,i Oct.: ''1st .' '," principles\ and judical processes supervisor, Maj. Susan F. Harris, R.N., recording secretary of the Board of
; but also the progressin Trustees of Christian HospitalInc., Col. Claude C. Clark, chairman of the Board of .

J'1 FINAL. ",' f. .>J (....'.. .l,'AOR.OCTOBEIIBth.. j ,. J'-. ,.'".IF:; i'V. Ii the field of civil rights Trustees, and Col Edwin F. Poage, F.A.A.M.A. hospital administrator.
that have worked
-\t" so many
f! OESISTRATION.6OOKSARE'NI; .'. \. so hard to attain. Simultan-
: '- eously they do great injustice
ai. YWR ;Y
NEIfiHB6Rti90B. NOW : to those individuals whom
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,, iF11n 'BAPTIST, CHURCH''OF'''BUNCHE o PARK, I. Fascell and commended to assist." his LINCOLN
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: ,:r Cramer (R. Fla.), the
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,: JAMES E. HTT..ttlrt'. 'CENTER,. 11 ', original sponsor of the bill, NATIONAL BANK

.::1211 NCI 22. AVENUE. ,. Nr: ll1:;::' : for his initiative in devisinga
: > means to control violent

',, .LIBERTY:SQUARE"MMNHJRITY. :CENTER;}. : civil disturbances. Cramer

t .SWIM. '14.. 'AVENUE, :" .' '1,,P' ( ;1" had originally d vised the OFFERSCUSTOMER'S
f '." f'_<\1Yi anti-riot measure as an
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t amendment to the 1966 CivilRights'
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... THE MIAMI.TIMES. Friday, Septapibees,30.1966 J

$3 Million Asked vrr'44';, .. ;

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For ;'1,
Cop Slaying Iii.

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LOS AN(; LFS The Angeles by Johnnie L. ,
NAACP Legal Defense and Cochran, Jr. of the Los An- '
Educational Fund, Inc geles bar, asserted that Officer ;':' JiL 'I I
(LDF)filed a$3,000,000.00 Bova"negligently,recklessly t
damage suit ths week carelessly, wantonlyand '
against the City of Los An- imprudently caused his 4r
geles In behalf of Barbara service revolver to dischargein r
Jean Deadwyler. close proximity to plain- p r.1.
Mrs. Deadwyler's husb- tiff's body, thereby mortally
and, Leonard, was shot and wounding plaintiffs husb-
killed by police officer J. and."
M. Bova on May 7, 1966as Officer Bova approachedthe -.1. "
he drove his pregnantwife Deadwyler vehicle on the JJPSM
to the hospital underthe front passenger side. S ,
expectation that a child was The LDF suit asks $1,. '\
about to be born. 250,000.00 for the. four rd '\
The suit asks damages Deadwyler minor children, S '. ,"J '
for the wrongful death of $1,250,000.00 for Mrs.
Leonard Deadwyler and for Deadwyler, plus another STATE ATTORNEYS GATHER IN MIAMI Beach
; Donald W. Jones Miami I, C. Smith
emotional distress sufferedby $500,000.00 to the widow for ; W. P.
Mrs. Deadwyler.Los "emotional and physical Negro attorneys from all over the state gathered in Beach; Frank W. Peterman, St. Petersburg; Norris
Angeles police pur- juries." Miami last weekend to discuss problems common to Wolfork, Orlando. Standing; Malcolm Cunningham, W. P.
sued the speeding car, which Attorney Cochran was their communities throughout Florida. The meeting was !3each; Alcee Hastings, Ft. Lauderdale, Edward Ouffee, {
flew a white cloth from its joined by attorneys Nelson held in the law offices of Henry H. Arrington in the Tallahassee; Arrington; James Collier, Orlando; David
radio aerial, for blocks Atkins of Los Angeles; Jack Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Building. Those Perkins, Orlando; Jesse McCray, Miami. Photo by
before overtaking it Greenberg, LDF Director-
attending were: (seated) William M. Holland P. Adams.
The suit, filed in Superior Counsel, and Leroy D. Clark I
Court for the county of Los of New York City. _

Tenants Organizing To fight I

I Needed : 2.6 Million NegroesIn ,I I' .

Substandard Housing Units I


College By 1985At Some tenants come home I let in flies and other insectsare -rents and expenses including '*'
from a hard days work, day against the law in rental need reapirs and services.So .
after day wanting a hot bath houses, apartments, and prosecution in some :areas, little is
least 2.6 million Ne- to equip the Negro for bet- five years, League officialssay. and finding only cold water of landlords in violation. done'until the people who
groes must be in college by ter Jobs?" he asked. coming from a' hot water 1 pay the high rents and who
1985 if Negroes are to close Teachers and adminis- faucet. Lack of hot water in Both the Dade CountySec. receive so little organize.
the trators of Ne- "Negroes are not now ( 17-3) of There is an ample supplyof
gap of education equality predominantly rental units is against the law and City Miami
with whites, said a National gro colleges are employedin prepared to" work forthecor- yet it exists. Roaches and (Sec. 12-9) Minimum Housing unemployed labor to make
Urban League official In At- the program during the porations, said a League rats in rental units are Codes provide for inspectionto the repairs and perform the
lanta. .summer by business corporations official. "We hope by this against the law, yet, poorer determine compliance, and needed services.The .
to prepare Negro stu- program to be able to prepare extermination service is com- for enforcement, and prose- Council American
The comment was made dents better for employmentby them for such employment mon. cution of landlords in violationThe Temporary and Unemployed
by Adolph Holmes, director the corporations.This Inadequate hot water general !iturnl or Workers joins the organiza-
of economic development for facilities are an infringementof drift of events is that the tional work of Southern Christian -
the League,at a two-day conference summer, about 55 At least 1.3 million Negroes both the city of Miami and officials promise to Investi- Leadership Conferencewith
must be in college In acoalition of conscienceto
the League's teachers and administrator
on sum Metro Dade County Minimum gate and to enforce the law.
1985 for the Negro to keep use Dr. Martin Luther KingJr's.
mer fellowship program. participated in th program Housing Codes. The laws put Landlords continue to say
"Doors but is underwritten the Ford his relative position in edu- did phrase. Their work is a
are opening by the responsibility of I landlords they not know the faults
the'rate of investment In Foundation. They have a cational equality, Holmes to exterminate rats, existed, and promi se to realistic contribution to the
human resources sufficient goal of 350 in a period off said. roaches, etc. Broken windowsand remedy them. But profit is war on poverty and one way
door screens which may the difference between high to provide jobs for the unem- ** .h
"We ployed.
haven't gained anything \
," he pointed out. "If
758-4121 ] we are to close the gap, and -
we are about 50 per cent,
7& it means we must, have.2.6 1

"We've got to get up and
ALL go to work," he said. "ThisIs CALL
REPAIRS not a time we can sit by
IN TOUR HOME OAWOMffMCOtPf and say "we've arrived. We
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publltk,

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Parks Dep L Recommends By Booker T. H. e. Iii Ii,
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor \-t .
Member of the National Nowtpapors PublUhort Association
More Recreational The news media calls him "Adam Clayton
SUBSCRIPTION RATES E. .t the Democrat from Marlem." His colleagues P oweU

ONE YEAR $5.00SIX MONTHS W,00 FOREIGN $6.00 facilities For Brownsville '"The Flamboyant Congressman," and the NeiJ him I

whom he has always generated a feeling to

Enroro/d as Second Clan Matter, August 9. 1927 at the Post t he has been simply "Adam", He lias withstood achievement''
Office at Miami, Florida, under tho act of March 8, 1876 In a special report to County Manager Porter Homer, a long t'l
and stormy tenure as a Congressman from !
the Metro Parks Department has recommended larger, the state of
Office at 6740 NW 15th Avenue Phone OX 1-0421 .. better equipped recreational facilities for the Brownsville New York, but it appears that the end is at haid. Rim I

area. The report also recommends a supervised year- alignment with the advocates of Black Power hmi ed

MIAMI'S MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION round program. his numerous critics with the necessary rope to produce;

a political hanging.Mr. .
This special report was ordered as a result of our !
The Greater Miami Ministerial Association, appalled at column of September 2, 1966 in which we attempted to
Powell can expect a
speedy and
the serious breakdown of morality in our community, has call public attention to the fact that recreational facilities deliberate
:, Issued a statement urging ministers, rabbis and priests for thousands of youngsters residing in the Brownsville attack on his integrity. This is a must to give the an.

to impress upon members of their congregations the grave area are totally inadequate and almost nonexistant. nounced meeting for the planning of Black Power strategy
evil that is in our community, and the necessity that all sponsored by him in the nation's capitol a '
citizens respect and obey the law. Commissioner Tom O'Malley read our column black
County before the meeting convenes. The
k They also request that people of our churches and syna- and referred the matter to County Manager Homer for eye announcement,,
{ gogues demand that all law enforcement officers, electedor Investigation and recommendation.The concerning the proposed meeting of a Black Power

appointed,be qualified, be honest and be adequately paid. report submitted by the Metro Parks Departmentis panel made by Mr. Powell stated the downward trend

i Also that people of our congregations give due respect (in part) as follows: his career has taken. His troubles have since multiplied .
, honor and support to the honest law-enforcement personnelas and it would take a Houdini to slip the bounds already
they seek to eradicate vice and curruption. At Coleman Gardens the, program was received very
Those signing the statement are: The Rt Rev. James L. well. There was a total participation from the boys and applied. The intent of the opposition is to prove

Duncan, D.D.; the Most Rev. Coleman Carroll; Rev. girls in the area. They were interested in all of the acti- Mr. Powell unworthy of leadership, and by so doing

Luther C. Pierce, Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rev. L. E. Whitley, vities that were offered. Honor points were given for par- destroy the image of achievement he has meant to so
Rev. Edward T. Graham.We ticipation as well as sportsmanship. Merchants in the area many.
Invite our readers perusal and hope for cooperationin sponsored teams and furnished T-shirts and caps.

this matter.A .
There is definitely a need for more outdoor equip- The wheels of destruction:: are turning in Adatn't

COMMISSION WITH HEART ment, such as basketball goals, paddle tennis court, volley- direction. We have already been informed concerning
ball court, 4-square court, and tetherball ring. This would his personal habits. We ,know of his record of absen-

Miami's Mayor Robert King High on Monday described keep most of the interest in athletic activities and eliminatethe tism in the Congress, and now we are about to be shown
the commission "a commission with heart" The overcrowding of the building. The lights on the play
as city a
f' that he was derelict in his performance of duty, If
mayor was defending a charge captioned, "The Commission area are conducive to promotion of after-school and evening
there is other behind the of
Hesitates as Miami Flounders." programs. any reason auditing Mr

High said the headline was not borne out by the contents Powell's Education and Labor Committee books I would
I of the story analyzing the commission's activities over the The attitude of the community in general has been be privileged to know. When the machine has been

i last several months. He said the commission consistently very favorable. Families in the area were contacted and opened to full power as in the case of Mr. Powell,the
they seem well pleased to have an organized recreational
reacted tothe best interest
remaining time is short. If the books of his committeecan
for their children. Some of them offered
The commissioners praised Mayor High's leadership, program personal
but let it be known that they do not follow him "like sheep." effects such as record players, radios, games and other pass the scrutiny of the House Subcommittee his

Vice-Mayor Steve Clark said that High's leadership equipment goat they'felt would enhance the program. Their position in Congress is secure. This type of ending

resulted in Miami holding the line on taxes, providing additional Interest was, In arts and crafts, exercise classes, modern however, ,is very unlikely since the ethics of good politics -
services and effecting economy through such methods dance and card games. We could not comply with all the is to never attack a powerful foe unless you have
as joint purchasing with Metro. We are now moving in requests due to lack of proper personnel and equipment. the the evidence.
majority or Knowing
necessary necessary
" the direction of more Metro-Miami cooperation for the Many parents donated candy, cake, etc., for the end of
, benefit of all Dade County, Clark said. summer party. from past experience what the result ofMr. Powell's

The Vice-Mayor said, rather than "floundering," as the difficulties will be. Wouldn't it be nice if just for once

news story indicated, the commission has been able to There was only one case of vandalism during the it would be proved that despite his other faults, his

achieve financial stability far above the average of other entire program. Someone entered the equipment room handling of the. taxpayer's money was up and above
cities of comparable size. through a back window and took a carom table and a
board? This thought may be far-fetched, but can you even
Commissioner Athalie Range praised the commissionfor hockey board. The theft was witnessed by one of the
its ability to get things done. It has not been a "yes" parents who called the police, and the table was recovered.The imagine the headlines it would make "Powell Exonera
< t commission, nor has it "followed as a pack of sheep." parent stated they could not stand by and see some- ted". The effect on the Negro communities would be

The Mayor has provided "good ]leadership," but has one do damage to a program which was benefiting the comparable to vaccination for"the prevention oir

I not tried to dominate, said Mrs. Range. children.In responsibility. It would be the shot in the arm the Negro

Commissioner Irwin Christie cited unity as an accomplishment needs at this time in his push for equality.
recapitulation we point out the tollowing:

Commissioner Dave Kennedy said a commission's public 1. Strong PointsA.
favor is reflected by its acceptance at the polls. Number of participants Adam has compared himself with Daniel, and has
B. Interest of children and adultsC. predicted that as Daniel escaped. from the lion's den
Few disciplinary problemsD.
unharmed, so will he. This type of thinking shows him
FORMER GOVERNOR COLLINS Black-top area large enough for several courts
E. Lights on field good enough for conducting to be a believer. His sermons, which have becomenews-
Former governor Leroy Collins, Under Secretary of Commerce evening programs. worthy by the nature of his predicament, have been
reslgns'hIs office and will return to Florida. In
Washington he had also served as director of the Com- 2. Weak PointsA. testimonials in his behalf. They have referred to dif-

munity Relations Service. Physical makeup of unit small rooms small ferent versions of the oppressed and the oppressor.

Coming back to Florida, he will return to the practice play area In each the oppressed has been victorious. would con-

of law. However, It ,is generally"conceded, that the former B. Lack of sufficient proper personnel for the numberof sider it an honor if I could say that within myself I felt
his mind returning to Washington children and adults attending
governor has on there was no basis for this but the character
the next time as a senator. He will, in all probability, C. Lack of storage space for equipment and supplies of investigation,
seek filling the vacancy to be brought about by the expected 3. RecommendationsA. the man does not offer me this privilege. This

resignation of Senator George Smathers. More does not mean that I have pre-judged him, only that !I
? equipment for
program ( and
out would prefer to
door) examine the record first.

DISCHARGED FOR SEATING NEGROESThe B. Adequate staff in proportion to number of par-
tlcinanta Whatever the final result, Adam Clayton Powell

Tatnal Square Baptist Church of Macon, Georgia, C. Better suitable means of locking doors and has been an inspiration to many Neomes. The image in
is in the news this week. The congregation has voted to windows final n --
analysis ittantished but it
discharge the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Thomas Holmes; the as- 1>. Adequate facilities may emerge ,
storage for
sistant pastor, the Rev. Douglas Johnson, and the ministerof suppliesE. equippment and will never be completely lost. His experiences will

music Jack Jones. Area directly in front and back of unit offer good reference material for young Negro aspirantsof
The reason: These three ministers advocated an open in political careers. A book on Mr. Powell's memoirs,

door policy toward seating Negroes in a debate over the F. Organize an adult program. while in Congress, should make the best seller list.
seating of two Negroes that were seated in June while at-

tending an Office of Economic "Upward Bound" programat
Mercer. The church is on the campus of Mercer Uni- The Brownsville Park Area Although this is rathera This is my opinion, but this time it would be a

versity.Dr. small area, interest and participation shown warrants pleasure to be wrong.in .
Holmes, in a statement for the three discharged 'consideration for a yearround program. Recommendations
clergymen, called the action regrettable, and hoped the suggested as shown above.
church's dispute and ill-feelings on the part of the members

could be resolved. The Olinda Park Area The grounds of the park lend
themselves to recreational activities for all age groups. mind that the completion of the Federal Housing IVojoct
The park has many cool areas under large trees where adjacent to this park will bring in more families with

PUN PHUN group activities can be held. There is plenty of open space children, Increasing the demand for larger, better equiPPcdrecreational
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for athletic activities.The facilities.

I've been reading about Don't ask advice of em-. families of this community have According to Mr. Homer, this area has received cOld
exercises. of certain many children of siderable attention from his office in recent months
Yoga Yoga ployees a hamburger school age. There is also a }o'ederaillousing iw
that's the twist without muchain.. They're always handing built adjacent to the park which will bring Project being the Planning Department has been requested to submit a
many more suitable
sic. out whoppers. families into the sites for park and recreation areas.
....... ....... the area. Attendance increased steadily all
during, summer program.
As an old newspaperman A nagging wife, after The Times has been ,assured that the matter of more
(1 handled old newspapers) ten years of marriage, asked The children and their parents were and better equipped recreational facilities along with QJ*h" '
I heartily recommend Yoga. It her husband, "Do you love the program. Discipline was no problem. very Somevandalism receptive to ming pool l for the nroWn8vUle community will be placedon l
stimulates circulation and me still?" He answered, which the children themselves solved the agenda of a' Metro Commission meeting in the
smooths out headlines. "Yes, you never are!" through an honor very rear
....... ...*... system. Things taken were returned without one having future.MERCHANTS.
to take any action.Recommendations. -
How can a person tell when No matter how liberal a -
he is getting smarter? When he school teacher is, she's always ,
begins to realize how dumb "class" conscious. suggested: The Park needs a hard
court area where basketball and
he I.. Perhpas that's the true volleyball facilities could WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
meaning of wis-dumb. bf/Ct ZThl8 would bring In'some of the larger and
....... ....... There is need for a drinking rountaln. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU :THEY
A store room would eliminate
The truth of the expres- According to the need of a truck to bring YOU.
our society in and take out necessary equipment. This APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH
fish, to me, is store room
ion "poor there en's could
e pages are many wom
contain bathroom facilities
fish I've for the staff. The children THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE
de-bait-able. clubs This is quite a change close enough to go home If live .
seen have a few "fins" on since prehistorical days, The attitude of the children necessary.and their PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
them. when only men had clubs. parents showed
.they were appreciative for this program. We must bear -

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,, THE MIAMI TIMES, frtfoy/September'30. 1966 5

; Mrs. Marguerite Miller is attending the funeral of MRS. TAPPEN r
I / her grandmother in Marianne, Florida. VISITS CALIFORNIAMrs.

I'l Sweetheart of Roses Civic Club celebrated all s T. L.. Tappen of
members birthday's Saturday at the home of its president 1509 NW ::65th Street flew to
California by National Aireslines
Mrs. Clara Love. Gifts were exchanged. They Jet.'
meet again Saturday with Mrs. Evelyn Hamilton, 1240 She visited two nieces,Mrs.

Congratulations to Teenagers Crispin Fife, Jr. and NW 72nd St.Miamians. Pauline Miley and Mrs.
11, Mary Styles who have appeared on the Miami Herald's Sylemia Trotter and anephew
I Iim Youth Panel in "Youth Speaks Out."Crispin is the were happy to see David "Panama" Jessie Reid in San Diego.
to of "Fee Fee," popular 14th .Street barber and son Isent Francis home for a few days. Panama is the best drum- There were many educa-
the of Mary mer ever to leave these parts. He formerly played with tional tours made while
t daughter Mrs. Margaret
Styles and
' Dr.'George styles.of Sharpe late Lucky Millinder and Cab Calloway, but now confineshis visiting the lovely state. I
'ng drumming to New York City studio recording ses- The trip was a fascinatingone I
Get well wishes to Mrs. sions where he is in great demand. in which she will never
I'IS Lilly B. Hart, North. forget.
western reading instructor, who underwent surgery at
ed Jackson Memorial. Hospital during the past week and is Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Francis (Clementine) are the
ce ,recuperating at home. proud parents of a 6 lb., 1 oz. girl born September BLOCK CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. Hamsom Wallace motored to savannah, Miss Merline Neely and Jerry Deveaux were joinedin FESTIVAL SATURDAYThe
I ate t. Georgia for a two-week vacation trip. Holy Matrimony in a 6 a.m. ceremony Sunday, Sept. 62nd Terrace Busy Bee
''n.ra. 25 at Temple Baptist Church. The Rev. L. A. Thompson Block Club will hold its

Little collette Hart is still talking about her trip officiant. The attendants were Mrs. Shirley Josey First Annual Fall Festival on
ck with the Girl Scouts that took her to Virginia, Pennsylvania and U. Josey. A number of the couple's friends were 62nd Terrace between 17th
nt, Washington, D. 0. and New York. present.Mrs.. and 18th ,Ave. Saturday, Oct.
lit from 10 a.nu to 3 p.nu Fun
Ild George Poitier of Nassau, Bahamas, is va- for children.
, Mr. Charles Sands
is and out to the
up again delight All residents in the area
of his cationing in Miami. She is houseguest of her brother-
'j.1 many friends. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Clark, 1083 NW 1a I ,are invited to come and bring
,I. all your friends.If .
e IT'S A DATE SEPTEMBER 29; 7:30 to 9:30 P.M. 63rd St.PROGRAM. you want street lights ,
better streets and water,
1& First Community school of Religion to be held at DATES: come to this festival.
;0 Allapattah Methodist' Church, 2001 NW 35th Street, October 2-8 National Letter Writing Week Mrs. Fredericka Sutherland -
sponsored by the Greater Miami Council of Churches. October 3 Child Health Day _Ii" president, George
Registration fee is $2.00. October 6-7 Succoth, Feast of Tabernacles, "Kaleidoscope Look" Folscn, chairman.
'. last two days Warner Bros. latest motion
Sympathy to the Cooper family in the loss of their picture.UKal eidoscope."
1&. loved one, Addison Cooper. Sympathy to the ChristopherCarter THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK brings fashion excitement tc SPECIAL SPECIALHair
Tyson, Swilley, Newell, Richardson and Wheel CLUB WORK the American scene with a
'II er fannUes.if swinging wardrobe designed and Scalp Treatment
Does to keepa
more by award-winning London designing Free
CHILD HEALTH DAYPROCLAIMEO woman healthy, team of Tuffm A With Hairdo ,
Does more to make her home
Foale. Model Nancy Walker Tuesdays and WednesdaysCHEZ
Idn more interesting, wears the winter white trouser
President Johnson has designated Monday, Oct. 3, Does more to fulfill her desiresto suit worn by Susannah York D.VEAUX
e as Child Health Day. contribute something worthwhile who stars opposite Warren HAIRDRESSER
e "A good start in life is essential to a child's beyond the home, Beatty in the sprightly sus 6022 NW 7th Art..o
S physical and mental development and to the progressof Does more to keep her young than pense-thriller. Tastefully designed Tel. 7544001
our society," the president said in his proclamation. all the cosmetic artifices in the world with impeccable British
g He also said that the best start a baby can have is Because the youth glows from inside out, tailoring in alongerthanlong Operators
)0 to be born healthy of healty parents. It is an intrinsic part of her being and single-breasted jacket. Mrs. DeVeauxftMrs. Lov.ttREGISTER
e The eased look of a riding
/0 Bert and Mahlon former her spirit. jacket tops high fashionedbell
Johnson, Miamiams, now a
bottoms that ride
Mrs. E. D. Pearce very
s New Yorkers, have returned home for a visit with their low on the hips. "Kaleido-
e mother, Mrs. Martha V. Johnson and sister, Naomi, who President, General Federationof scope," filmed in Technicolor HO*
s is ill. Women's ClubsEiO1NY in London and the
Riviera. will have its American -
Friends of Percy Woodside are wishing for him a premiere at the famed SCHOOL
speedy recovery and hope it won't be long before the Radio City Music Hall in New
3290; UN 46 STREETMiami
cast is removed from his leg. York on Sept. 22.TELL .
FASHION FAIR Florida .. '

Mrs. Rich a rd.C atherin e) Bethel made a sad journey OURADVERTISERS Nvrsery & KinderaartM, "r
to Estelle, S. C to attend the funeral of her father. COLORBAILOOSEWING Licensed Welfare by Florida S....

Da-Costa Williams of Nassau, made a short business YOU SAW IT IN THE Call 634-3044
trip to our city this week. He was the houseguest of TIMES 6-35-5233
Inez and Henry McDuffy.Mr. .

and Mrs. William Bowden of Cleveland are in
Miami to be at the bedside of her aunt, Mrs. Minnie

Lou Hospital.Sellers who's a patient at Jackson Memorial- WIGS


The Metro Commission has proclaimed the week SPECIAL" lAM
starting Saturday Oct. 1 as"Muscular Dystrophy Week"in MR. WALTERSNow
Dade County. More than 8,000 volunteer workers will Cleaned & Oiled ;v
conduct (a Erouse> -to-house solicitation.PLEEEE Adjust Tensions t

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Get well wishes to Mrs. Minnie Lou Sellers, Mr. *Check all Wiring tt: 6225 NW 22nd Ave.
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and Mrs. Ben Brice have returned from their I ACROSS FROM THE CONTINENTAL CLUBr'i
summer in Coldspring Inn at Stamford, NY. They will go -
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visit with the Johnson's son, Attorney L. B.Johnson. Prepare yourself for a Good paying Job Phone

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Naomi Forther wants her friends to know that
she's at home after surgery at Jackson Hospital and '
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Elizabeth Haley has returned home after delight COURSES OFFERED ONE DAYJERVICE ,.
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Charles and Ann Mitchell entertained with a party Free placement upon completion of course I
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 30, 19669

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I'm sick and tired of the talk about riots, marches
black power, Viet Nam, crime, etc. I'd much rather talkabout
some of the progress we are making here in Dade
County. Things like our Negro police; two who are on
the motorcycle squad. One is on the city's squad and
one is on Metro; like guys in the C. S. Customs an d
Immigrations Department and the Forest Rangers; like
cashiers in Florida Power & Light company, and many ,t"'
other places that once were closed to us. Of course, &1
there is still much to be done, and companies likethe :-, I
airlines should take the giant step. We are at the'stage
where people don't care about race. When you buy an. t

airline ticket or pay a telephone bill, people don't look! ." J..4::' ,:, );;,,;; .
to see what color you are. I am very proud of Miami and ." '
as a whole, Dade county. ,<> I ,loti':

Mayor Robert King High, our next governor of the
state great of Florida, will be leaving us after he wins
the coming election. Our next question is "who will sit
ROYAL 20's
in the hot seat of mayor?"-If I had my way, it would The Supremes, riding the popularity crest with another million seller hit record MEETThe
be City Commisssioner Steve Clark. You may not know "You Can't Hurry Love" are shown with fellow travellers, Motown prexy, Berry Royal 20's Women's
too much about Steve, but he is the kind of guy that has Gordy,J r.'and. vice prexy, Ester G. Edwards; as they were greeted by the "Supremes' Club met at the home of Mrs...
Leo McClairen, 1343 NW
been standing for us in every problem thathas arisen. Fan Club of Japan," on their arrival in Tokyo. The girls, who are the chief propo- Street, Sunday, Sept. 25. 38th The
Yet, he is.not thekind to go around looking for publicityand nents of the Motown Sound, were in Tokyo on the first leg of their Far East Concert clubwomen completed, plans
recognition. '{e is on "the quiet side" yet he gets Tour, which took them to Okinawa, Manila, Taiwan and Hong Kong. for their First Annual Musical
things done. When the day comes to fill the seat of "Mad Hat" Tea which'>: illj b"..
Mayor 'Ugh, let us hope that we can fill it with SOme- held at the Bonded Collection >> -

one like Steve Clark. Civil Rights Struggle' Given All Avenue oftheirfriendi Agency on Sunday, 4150 are, Oct.NW invited.30.7th

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Wanda Hopkins Several members were

$34,000 By Jack And Jill Inc.NEW elected Planning to Meeting attend the of State the
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Samuel 0. Cohen Florida Association of Wo-
/ men's Clubs, Inc. at Gifford -
GOLFER: OF THE WEEK: Jackie Day YORKAnnouncement 200 staff and cooperating president, MCI very tts director Florida, Saturday, Oct.8.
of a $34,000.00contri attorneys represent all major of this project, which still The evening was completedas
DOCTOR OF THE WEEK: Dr. Albert Edwards butlon to the NAACP Legal civil rights organizations.In has four months to run. the charming hostess served
There 113 local Jack
Defense and Educational presenting the check are the clubwomen and their
One of the ugliest things to see on any street are Fund, Inc. (LDF) by Jack Mrs. Simms said,"Jack and and Jill chapters under su- husbands a delectable repass.
those left over, broken down junk cars. How do we get and Jill of America, Inc. Jill feels that the Legal Defense pervision of the national or- Mrs. E. H. Holton Is president
was made here this week. Fund is the central and ganization which was char. and Mrs. Ethel Peavy
them off the streets and from the yards and make your Mrs. Margaret Simms of outstanding vehicle through tered in 1946. is reporter. _
neighborhood look like a lived in place instead of a St Louis, Mo.,national pres- which Negro Americans are Jack and Jill is a national
battleground? I'll tell you how. Whenever you see an ident of the mothers' organi- attaining full equality day by group of mothers organizedto TELL 'OURADVERTISERS
old junk car laying around, call your respective mayorsor zation made the presentationat day in our society." sponsor civic, cultural, ..
LDF national head- Jack and Jill voted the and educational activities for ,I.
commissioner and leave the address of the aban- ..
quarters to Rufus W. Smith, LDF as a national projectfor children from the age of 4 YOU SAW IT IN THE
boned car or truck. Don't forger to get the name ofthe through high school
LDF director of develop- a two-year period at its years. TIMES
person to whom you reported the car to, so no one can 1964 convention In Seattle,
say you didn't call. Those cars must be moved. Children ment.An independent organization Washington.Mrs. .
playing around them can get hurt with broken metal the LDF serves as the JacquelineJ. Robinson /
and glass. If you do not get any action from your request legal arm of the civil rights of Washington, D.C., a I
movement Its more than Jack and Jill national vicewas : I
,just send me a postcard with the location of the' IST MIAMI RUN
car and the name of the person to whom you spoke ,
and I will see that some action is taken. Address your
cards to me c/o The\Uarni Times,6740 N'W 15th Ave. .
and in big bold print "Cars".

popular entertainer, is now traveling with the Chuck
Jackson Show and doing a fine job. Their next stop is
Kingston Jamaica, followed by Ochos Rios and Montego -

Bay, Jamaica..Then they are scheduled for Nassau, I
Freeport and Atlanta, Georgia Clyde Killens is
cooling up another affair for the coming holidays II I
last Friday, at the Brownsville EOPI Center, Judge
Johnson and Benny O'Berryof the 3-2 center in Liberty
City, gave a party for the people of the Peace Corps. a
Members of the staffs made small donations to throw \
the get together for the visitors. Our thanks to Mr.

Kronowitz. of Grand Union Food Stores, for their donation r-, f:.
of goodies; Mr. Swartz, of Pepsi Cola; Mrs. Annie
McCoy and Mrs. Jean Herron of the homemaking depart : M
ment of EOPI, Paul Moore, a former counselor has now v
been made the assistant director of the new South: Miami

office The voice of tomorrow, Jeff Addams, still
wowing 'em at My Place and t3iscayner3oulevard andthe '
county line. What is Unofficial Sepia Mayor, Tannie k
Dean, doing these days? I haven't seen him for a while.
Note to Johnny Burke: May I suggest that you do some-
thing about the PBX at your hotel? Inexperienced, un-
assisted help give bad service and a bad reflectionfo
business Our big; band will resume rehearsals next 111f3CA
Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Parisian Room on 79th St. 1n1t I : F > &
All band members are asked to be on time. There are tiff I ;- 'Attfi!:
openings for piano and bass. Drummer man, Freddie 9J1 :'fIi
Rutledge has taken the seat in the rhythm section SOOTeR' :
and Alfred Shootes will contact y'all . . .. ).dW.t STAAIIIfIG
Till next week, live life, every golden minute ot it. Stephen Boyd. Ra,II! Welch .

PEACE. Edmond O'Brien.Donald Pleasence .

ere.Can Arthur O'Connell,William Redfield

AUTO INSURANCECheck and Arthur Kennedy Produced by .

oiw new, lower rate and easy financing a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and- Saul David, Directed by Richard
SR:22 FILING bred Scotch drinkers. They've been ,
IMMEDIATE smacking their
E'JhreSt flemlil
free gift w l
Brine this ad to our office and reeenre a lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand

D. Goodman and Son, Inc. old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take a .,,1, !
In.ur.nce, Real. Estate, Mortgage peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best,"say r .. -
Business member AH People Democratic Club the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose 1
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380 taste is gentle, and whose price is light. l:1.Q .
16 PftOO' IMPORTED'' BY JAMES N. McCUNN ft CO* INC.,ft.Y.. /

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in THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. September 30. 1966

irtmmmiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimilHEIGHTS RICHMOND Poll Shows High To Be Equall| I.

I FOCUSimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniimj Leading Kirk 2-1

., Whitney K. ,?.t

Earl Fair cloth for Attorney -
Democratic Gubernatorial minees Executive dorNaUonal Urban League '
Laverne Nominee Robert King General and Brow-
By Gwendolyn Ross
> High has taken a commanding ard Williams for State Treas- DEATH OF CIVIL RIGHTS BILL
2-1 lead over Republican urer to be so far out In front
SCHOOL SCOOPSDoes The Civil Rights Bill of 1966 is dead murdered
Claude Kirk in the FloridaGovernor's that "it is no on
the floor of the Senate, which twice refused to end
accordingto "The dramatic switch to a South.em .
child attend Frank race,
C. Martin
your Elementary
the bill for
weeksis filibuster, thus killing session of
the latest statewide High in the past five Con.gress.
School? Are you interested in him, his studies, his survey
conducted Will-C Polls based on three important .
problems? Then why not meet his teacher at the next of Miami by factors," said Will: Of course It was the fair housing portion of the bill

PTA meeting on October 1, at 8 p.m. and discuss your The poll, which was com- 1. The wounds within the which caused Congress' reluctance to pass it. The House

common interest HIM. She'll be there, will you? pleted September 3, showed Democractic Party as a result of Representatives limited the usefulness of this provisionby
High as the Choice of 53 per- of the bitter HighBurnsrace restricting it to only about 40 per cent of all housing,

At the September meeting of the .school'.s.' PTA, cent of Florida voters with have generally healed and then the Senate failed to support even the stripped-

the following elected officers Kirk having 24 percent and and the majority of Burns down bill.
persons were as : Rev.
23 percent undecided. supporters, many of whom I shouldn't say the "Senate" because only a minorityof
Livingston Rolle, president; Mrs. Anita Ferguson, vice "This is an increase of "leaned" toward Kirk in the the Senate was against the bill. The majority 54 out

president; Mrs. Velma Hodges, secretary; Mrs. Ruth 14 percent for Bob High weeks Immediately after the of 100 supported the measure. But it takes a twothirdsvote

West, assistant secretary; Mrs. Annie Wilcox, finan- since our last poll in the primary, have decided to remain to close off debate and bring. bill to a vote, and
cial secretary; Mr. Donald Sanders, treasurer; Rev. J. A. latter part of July and a in the Democratic bId. so a determined minority was able to frustrate the will

Ferguson, chaplain; Mrs. Josephine Hunter, assistant drop of 17 percent for Calude 2. Kirk, who at first ap- of the majority.
chaplain; Mr. Gary Brown, parliamentarian. Kirk," said Charley Will, peared to be an appealing Why? Why has the steady march of laws aimed at
Owner of the polling com- candidate to many, has dis- guaranteeing equality for Negroes and other minorities
pany. "This is one of the enchanted large numbers of suddenly ground to a halt? Why has the deep concern
SOCIAL NOTES most startling changes in a voters by his unwillingness for justice and decency which led to the sweeping Civil

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steward of 14660 Filmore St., voter trend in a five-week to speak out specifically on Rights Bills of 1964 and 1965 evaporated? Where were

recently treked to Detroit, Michigan, for a fall holidayat period that I have ever seen the issues. the churches, labor, and liberals, when the bill was in
the home of his daughter and son-in-law the In Florida politics." 3. The fact that the overwhelming danger? Why have people in the North, so quick to
Garcias. Will said his survey,based majority of Democratic condemn the South In previous years, reverted to segre
exclusively on personal con- Party officeholders at gationist patterns themselves.
Gardening is just one of the many interests of the tact with voters in represen- the County, state and na- These are questions good men must be asking them-

Richmond Heights Garden Club, which held its first tative areas of the state, also tional levels have united selves In the wake of the bill's defeat,. and the answers

meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. Claude showed Democratic no- strongly behind High. aren't easy. They aren't pretty either.

Miller (Barbara). The club is also civic minded and To even attempt to begin to come to terms with what
has happened, we mustface the fact that prejudice and
social. Mrs. James Crawford (Alma) was the recipient i I racism have become so ingrained In American life thata
of a lovely bud vase as the winner of the club's monthly Wilkins/ Asks 'Equality'For massive educational approach is needed to help people

contest. shed the myths by which they live.

The irrational fears that many people harbor are too

Mrs. Bettye Smith recently returned to New York Adam PowellRev. often reflections of their own repressed violence. Chicago
taught us that Young toughs pelted civil rights marchers
City, following her week's stay at the home of her
with stones; jeered at them behind vile signs and Nazi
mother, Mrs. Hazel Terrel of 14740 Polk Street. For- NEW YORK. Unless swastikas. said "defending their
fenses. Two wrongs do not They they were good
merly of Miami,Mrs. Smith is presently employed by the members of Congres proceed make a right, but regardless neighborhoods from Negro Intrusions." Hiding behind

New York Life Insurant Company. with a complete reorganization of our feelings on Mr. rationalizations of "Negro crime" or "lowering neighborhood

of committee structure Powell's private idiosyncrasies standards", they glorified the Insanity of Nazism
and procedures in both he must have equalityin and acted like criminals themselves. The mean little town
Houses "They will givesub- the judgment of his official of Cicero also "defended" itself from Negro instrustions.
Young Burglars stance to CongressmanAdam conduct. But this all-white suburb (all-white since 1951 when it

Clayton Powell's "Senator James O. East- rioted, forcing a Negro family out of its home), was once
charge that he is a victim of land of Mississippi, for ins- AI Capone's crime capital and reports indicate that not
racism," Roy Wilkins, executive tance, boasted that he car- much has changed. The town has an extremely low cultural
Get 15 Years. director of the National ried a civil rights bill aroundIn and educational level and Its streets are filled with
Association for the Ad- his pocket to keep it from taverns. Yet Cicero and the Chicago hoodlums set the
vancement of Colored People being reported to the floor. pace for the national "backlash" which convinced legislators
Two other in the house.
young burglars were burglars said here, commentingon Other committee chairmen that the nation Isn't ready for housing integration.
sentenced to 15 last Hooks and later
years the action to strip the have needlessly delayed 1 e- Is this the model the nation should follow? Must the
Wednesday by Criminal took Owens to a hospitaland
New York Congressman pf gislation. This does not justi nation hide behind fear and myths? Should it not seek
Judge Carling Sted- reported that he was
some of his power as chair- Congressman Powell but to recover the idealism of the past few i years and help
man. Their partner is crime shot accidentally in a car.
of the House Educa-
man most Negroes will create a fair and truly diverse ?
question society
shot himself to death by accident Police did not believe them.
tion and Labor Committee.
Owens died that night why other committee chairmen Of course, most people against housing integration
According to courtroom Representative Powell have not been similarly aren't hoodlums. They ,take refuge behind myths like
has been an effective, productive treated. "property values down "
when in. Yet
go Negroes move
testimony, 20 Luke with
on April They were charged
Owens, 37, put a gun on-the breaking and entering and of and the skillful committee chair-" "The real need," the study after study in cities across the nation show that
edge of a table of the homeof grand and petty larceny for NAACP er concluded, property values are unaffected by integration. What causes
Mrs. Evadna Brady at the Brady burglary,and with \\Ukinssaid."Wedonot of his absenteeism "is to reorganize the entire prices to go down is panic selling to blockbusting realtors.
7931 NW 14th Place duringa committing another on the his approve abuse of authority Congressional committee Americans must not retreat into the fantasy-land of myths
burglary.The same day at the home of alleged system in such a way as to and prejudice. Leaders must lead, not follow the most
and other misuse of his
eliminate all abuses." backward elements in
fell their constituencies.
gun off,discharged Elizabeth McIntosh at 749 position particularly the pre
upon Impact, and thebullet NW 61st SL They pleaded sent holding up of the anti- MOREHOUSE
hit Owens in the chest. guilty July & poverty bill. But we know ALUMNITO Negro citizens asked for equality and America's answerin
"The damn fool shot him- They were sentenced to from experience that other MEET 1966 was to kill fair housing and allow a rise in Negro
self" said Carlon Hooks,25, terms of 15 years each in committee chairmen have The Miami unemployment to 2 1/2 times the white rate.

.to James Bailey, 25, to two Raiford. been guilty of_ similar: of- Morehouse College Chapter Alumni of will the 1 1 We are in the midst of a deep, profound racial crisis.
It is not just the Negro's problem. It is the problem of
meet at the
Range Funeral 1
the whole nation. The two-
Home at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, world Is watching and over
Oct. 2. All Morehouse men thirds of the world Is non-white. America can abandon

V If are asked to attend. The pur the Negro's just cause, as it did after Reconstruction, or
4r pose of the meeting will be to it can move ahead to secure equality. This defeat can be
discuss the coming centennialof a temporary prelude to even greater- victories, or it can
f the college be a signal to the world that America Is unwilling to live
up to its ideals of democracy.

sq All of us, as citizens, must work to secure a decent
society. We must begin by supporting future efforts to
rectpxyhlast week's mistake. People must band together
and work together for diversity and democracy. They
must insist on strict enforcement of present civil rights
laws. They must insist on action to cure the ills of urban
areas, Including discrimination. The world is watching.

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The old proverb, "Charity MINISTERIAL

>I aw lbaln.. -.....-- begins at home and spreads ALLIANCE TO MEET
;;Naturally abroad,"
Healthy Normal n.f' was a living experience -
I + In YOUR from SCALP.the The HAIR eOndUioD ROOT ot for all members of The InterdenominationalMinisterial
,your hair often depends hT.vuy the club, Saturday, Sept. 24. Alliance, the Rev.
I ia*I the. Yew natural ico health DOCTOR of CAR.amour The hostess, Mrs. Ruth N. Edward T. Graham, president
l NOt Invented a medlritedtir Polite, created the atmosphere will hold its first meeting
which formula U mixed wiled with CARBONOZI, in banquet fashion- since the summer recess, i at
;en beneficial ingredients many, CAR.peer. complete with club color corsages Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 301
1111 BONOLL aau.p 4 such a .trong. pow.r.. for each members.She NW 9th St., Tuesday, Oct. 4

New Chircb DtioMintioi work BuxPY.In DANDRUFF helping and delft act such ITCHY tina: and chairs as the proposed Program Committee, at 11 a.ji. the
I Forad Hire many DOcTORS scalp that the projects for Among other items on
regard It year were
and PRlscRIBI II presented and agenda will be the crime con-
A new Holiness Movement tonishing (in this day and age Cephia Johnson, Bishop aatp eZ1emal17 troubles, Many annoying many that ccepted, members realized dition in Greater Miami, and
was launched Sunday Sept. of high food prices.) Littlejohn, Rev. Ella Brad- ofotrtlweatly caused rehvtd scalp COndl. service for others can the forthcoming meeting of
by only be
18 at 119 NW 13th Then The dedication the as gratifying as the Council of
St. sermon was ley and Evangelist V. Reddick lormula. t rl lht.renIth tat the National
Write inner
cw denomination, the St. delivered by Rev. Ella Brad- who was mistress of cere- CKNVtN1: SCALP TORbwLA glow of satisfaction Churches in Deccmber. _
Joseph Church of God by ley, pastor of the Church of monies. 'now. It will be sent through service bums eternally -
Faith is national h scope God, Pillow Ground of Truth FOa mired T and ready to :: Usg rou all IT in the hearts of all m.em- graduates to help make entrance
and chartered by the state of choirs from several other Rev. Curry, pastor of St. satlafied DAYS your and money II you back acs not and bers. She kindled that glow, in college a reality.
: Florida with Rev. W. Litlle- churches sang, several ministers Luke AWE Church, is shownon dudes only 11.5. an dellvery. This Pay tn. member* renewed their She is a freshman at Xavier
John as founder, bishop and of other denominations lower photo with some of PftUt7 more.everything You Itt Don't It fay a Pledges of service to the College.
I overseer. spoke and Mrs. Athalie VI. his members being served by CAnD 4JnetJofta. Use tile Itn"t with NEDI.lull community throughout the Plans for entertaining yoU
The dedication services Range, Miami City O>nmis- Sister Jennie Anderson, as .II\O&WJ' can SCALP buy.FOUIULA Your your coming years. our friends during our fall
i featured a spiritual feast and sioner, in a moving discourse Bishop Uttlejohn gives the IeaIp deserve line ears. Jlllt hair lend and Miss Sheryl Lewis, our season were given much con
an old fashioned church dinner gave the movement her bles heavily laden table his ap- MZD.u. HAIR anet 'PROu t-COLD scholarship winner for the sideration. You will be hearins
I on the grounds of the sing. proval. Alice Reid is reporter.:BrvoSiyn Deptst i Sheepsh.a4 INC. 1965-66 term via letter. from us in the near future.
finest of earthly foods in an Shown in the pulpit (top) rolUULA N.Y. 'VOTE: THIS' expressed sincere thanks to Christina M. Eve is Ors
abundance that was truly as L to R, Rev. Edna Fields, Photos by Adams.'lea ationey bacir eaaes st+a rante.tae%. writ for the OUr club for caring enough sident and Jackie Day is re-

young high school I porter.


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, September 30, 1966 11

Round About I Dr. Moore Heads I Goes. I 'I

II. Mid-Florida Colloaosjnc.Dr. Anything ......

Talk I through the 15th is National
Richard V. Moore, The Running true to form,
association meeting was Florida's two senators, Newspaper Week. We are
president of
held on the Rollins campus.Its Spessard Holland and George proud to salute America's M
"SCOOP" BETHEL College, this
week became
LJJMMY headquarters is located Smathers both voted against free press. The services ofa
the first Negro pres- At St**on TMv"rs5 y, De- cloture for the civil rights free press are essential for
RACE PROBLEMS REVIEW USA -Direct from Atlanta, ident Florida of Associated Mid- Land, Florida bill and also against approval, the preservation of our vital r
Georgia where he was arrested and charged with Colleges Inc. He of the minimum wage bill democracy. All of the funda-
creat- succeeds Dr. William Kadel, The corporation was organized mental freedoms held forth i
ing a riot, now out on bail, Stokely Carmichael, militant president of Florida four and
Presby- years ago Key Negro workers in the for us in the Dill of Rights
chairman of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Com- terian College, St. Peters- includes five private, in- Bob High camp from all over would be nullified if freedomof
moved into the Harlem (three million burg. border-
mittee dollar dependent colleges
) limited.
the state held an all day meeting the press were
school fight last Wednesday, walking the picket line at ing on Interstate 4 in Cen- in Miami Saturday to plan American newspapers are
p. S. 201, Madison and 127th street shouting "Black Other officers elected in- tral Florida. The schools strategy for the coming election free to REPORT the facts,
," we've got to win our fight. Carmichael said cluded Dr. Charles T.Thrift, work together on: Area stu- not forced to distort them to
Power we Jr.,
here (SNCC) because of police brutality. Negroeshave president of Florida dies program coordinationand fit the dictates of tyranny.
are Southern
to run the schools in their at Lakeland, development; business This week of Oct. 9th Truth is the greatest weaponfor
right like
a areas white named vice
president; Dr. coordination; curriculum coordination freedom. People in a free
people do in the suburbs where they live. Mrs. Helen Hugh F. McKean,
pres- ; development of Currently: there are 41 society may make intelligent
Testamark, leader of the parents and community, who ident of Rollins College,Win- machinery for making joint women and five men from judgments and decisions
demanded that the Board of Education integrate 201by ter Park, named secretaryand requests for government and the five schools stydlng for about vital issues of the day.
busing white students to it or give the parents the treasurer and I'aul C. private foundation funds; one year in France, Germany We urge you to join in the
to pick the teachers and principal. Rep. Adam Parker, president of Stetson and cultural exchange of- Italy and Spain. Five tribute to the American press:
power Clayton Powellstill the chairman of the House Educa- University, DeLandwas fering overseas study pro- of these students are from They print the truth that 1
elected executive director. Bethune-Cookman keeps us free.
cation and Labor Committee in New York Sunday at the .
Abyssinian Baptist Church vowed to put house in order.As .
lesson to be learned from Nehemiah," It's this: Don't GOLD MEDAL '. ATM BlACk, HAWK NATURALLY AGED U.S.D.A. CHOICIFLOUR S EL] 1[ iI'I ,

get so occupied ,in what you are doing that you can't .. "EMI aONHIIo" YOUR CHOICI 2=
defend yourself. Livingston Wingate decided to re- = V .u STANDING =
sign as executive director of Haryoa-Act Harlem's Anti-
poverty agency. He can't stand the vicious rumors certain lAG 5 5 Y :=: .;;' / RIB or :r:
groups are spreading. John Hammond, jazz ex- .. run. CUTROUND .R
pert official of Columbia Records resigned as vice LB
president of NAACP after 30 years because he can't
stand any more of Roy Wilkin's actions and Wilkins refusal .. .
to cooperate with other militant civil rights leaders : POTATOES i aj.'STACK

White segregationist will think twice before show- II oz, CAN 10 c C iLl or BOTTOM ROUND CRACKERS PACK Bm.Bl R *

ing off again in Jacksonville, Florida's black community -.. ...
after the rough treatment they got during the last U" o' E GEN N
weekend. 'Princes J5 VAN GROUND r ;.I LE6OLAMB r68; 1 ,;
J1\:: l '
MCATLCt'* JJJ u.5 9 l : '
asking Phyllis Albury, Richmond Heights "what be- OZ, JA,$ = .. ,,
comes of the broken hearted" or is it that Patricia 101* "98* |

Davis has 'the answer. Chris Bethel will arrive in 3 I !t S 1- / 01.'''' GOLD IAU =1
Miami from Trenton, N. J. Sept. 30 to propose marriageto .. .....*"*-; ;; .{: :

Louise (Poney) Williams of Opa-locka Grace ". Ea,19t -
Lee Smith, formerly of the "Poney Stable" to open a RED = U. 9St HAM : 20 OL lOX Ii
new night club. She recently arrived from a three week- KIDNEY BEANS: SUNSWEET
; .
vacation in' Nassau, Bahamas to Miami Walter r
Thomas, married to Harriet Louise Moody of St. Petersburg .4 49 E ARMOUR STAR CANNID HAM L \"(
Fla. and living at 1029 Bryant Ave., Bronx, N.Y., CAN'I "OZ. QUICK IYI.CI.AUO PROZlN-G.AOI ''1' CLOP JUICE _
is doing fine. Paul Curry, managing a Long Island TURKEYS .,ZI 2 49
City Midas Mufflers store, he's a cousin of W. D. Dor- DIXIE BELLE :'::'::= HENS. MAZOLA O[,
sey of Liberty City. The Abe Meeks (former Murke- SALTINESS __ ::O"La' 289LI. CORN OIL'
lee Keaton) feudin' and fussin.' She left for Chicago.. tox2B = VOUNtPLUMP It DIAMOND

Charles "Rat" Johnson's big Bar-Be-Cue Cafe on TOMS 3 5 y 411 M lt Ami SAUCI ALUM. ':
Brooklyn's Fulton Street a great success. I TO L 19c
P"'*"'" .w' 'i>t.iID.: ... r__ ._. Ls.zt 721 3 49<
t df. ;; K.ystous. MUSHROOMS :::.. .IQ.1 ,r'lIlr ..oLL"ri"

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THE WEEK Miss Kirklyn Smith is the. daughter of Mr. 6..10
and Mrs. Kirk Smith of 15735 NW 27th Ave., Opa-locka. U NEHIRCCOLA I I : m'Ta; DEPOSIT PLUS
"A she attendedand U"
deb grat" of 61 of North Dade High,
graduated from Barber-Scotia College in '65 at
North Carolina She teached at 3elleglade Elementarylast wNOlc OZ t' UMBLI E E
year and .this year she transferred to Everglade Jr. YAMS CANS f' wH nrulu ,

!High in Ft. Lauderdale. Her favorite singer is Darrell ..a.................
Banks, song "Open the Door to Your Heart," friend,

Tracy Barrett, admirer, Oliver Gilbert, likes jazz. 6r.etNorthi

Warwick's "I want to be With You" dedicated to Dan DDMw
Powell (Miamian in NYC) subway motorman. Clara VRAMO
Ward and her singers headlining the Jonathan Joe J-
Crane (WNJR Disc Jockey) Theatre broke all gospel

I.Y44IE.I4'1: :

Crane (WNJR Disc Jockey) Gospel Show at the Opolla MC KIN III
((125th St) theatre broke all gospel show attendance re- COLLARDSTURNIPS
cords last week The Five Stairsteps "World of RooT:;+ PIES
Fantasy" to Ernestine Walker, B.S. Supremes new CUT SQUASH SELECT VINE RIPE APPLE, MACH,
hit "You Can't Hurry Love" dedicated to Laveme LEAF SPINACH II' L1 COCONUT CUSTARDCHUNKY

Scott and Eddie Dionne Warwick's "I Just Don't TOMATOES

know what to do with myself" dedicated to the S.D.A. II OZ** 4 ,lO'-.z$1
teens, Christine Gibson, Oakwood College co-ed, Claude PRO.
Long Dade Jr. College freshman and David Green. Dus- It YELLOW SQUASH
ty Springfield's hit"All I See is You" dedicated to Mrs. _

Leona Ford,delovefy nurse of 3373NW 48th St.,Browns-1 -
vdle. VanDyke "NeverLet Me Go" dedicated PEPPERS TOKAY CRAPES
to Carrie and Johnnie Rhodes. I will be in Miami Sept.30th. I : \ s BAG Ls.



The Register books are Now open! !2 28* w J 2 WJF4IEI

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12 THEMIAMI TIMES. Friday, September 30, 1966 .
Reform Jews Urged Not


CARD OF THANKS---:-- ------- IN MEMORIAMIn ALBERT Slow' Rights fight

The family of the late
loving memory of oui Mrs. Bennie P. Jackson, RANGE"l The Union of American by Albert Vorspan, UAHC,
MR. PERRY WILLIAMSwho husband father. 2034 NW 59th st. died Sept. Hebrew Congregations today Director of Social Action,felt

departed this life Satur- U ;"' :ms._ 20. Services were conducted called upon Reform Jews that If the "monentary lead-

day, Sept. 17, 1966, wish to Monday: from New Shiloh and others not to allow the ;ers" of black nationalism
use this method of thanking Baptist Church, among het over "blackpower" destroy the work of leaders
the host of friends who survivors husband Pete controversy
came are ; from Martin Luther
to deter them like the Rev.
to be by their side, in their mother and father. Wil-
hours of trials. continued active participation King and NAACP's Roy
kins it could lead to "dis-
The, family wish to thank Shell E. Clare, 14370 N* in the civil'rights strug-
of its
trust of government,
the entire staff of the House 22nd Ave., Opa-locka, diet: gle.An
and whitemen and then
UAHC's laws
of Albert for their many Sept. 21 after being struck bya t- editorial in he
AMER- all the immense promise ofa
deeds performed, especially, I train. Services were con official publication,
Mr. Albert for the eulogy de- ducted Monday from Mt. Her- ICAN JUDAISM,addressed new and free America will

livered. A special thank you ,I mon AME Church. Shelia wu Mem ...v to the one million membersof suffer irreparable harm. .
to the friends on NW 2nd I I a student at North Dado Jr. '' ? 670 Reform temples In In an additional comment

Ave. and 11th St. for(remembering ,I High School. Among her survivors John A. Ashley; of 2431 North America declared, "it Mr. Vorspan said "that the
us as they did. are parents and six sis NW 66th St. died Sept. 24. would be a disaster of the emotional turmoil evoked by

ters. Survivors are a mother, Mrs. first magnitude if the civil the black power controversyhas
The Perry Williams Family Addie Mae Ashely; sister, rights movement is splintered :lready.. infected public

1769 NW 55th Terrace Frank Williams, 231 NW Mrs. Georgia Lee Lane; other Mr. and weakened by black opinion, including some liberal -

13th St. died Sept. 21. Ser- relatives and friends. nationalism. Racism is an Jewish opinion, and
in 1950
vices were conducted TuesIday Ashley came to
unmitigated evil and it is weakened needed publicsup-
R. from the Liberty City and joined the United States
for civilian review
foul as a port
equally weaponfor
his survivors Marines in 1955. After the Ma-
Chapel. Among
Miamito civil rights. Black supremacy .boards, the new federal civil
dear landlady Mrs. he returned to
are a very rines,
lovlier than white bill and financial
is con
no ,
loving of our Ethel Porter.Graveside. make it his home. servicesare
incomplete.Mrs. supremacy. tributions to civil rights agencies -
dear one, MR. JACOB "
ROLLE services for infant The statement prepared .
who departed this life Sept. Rosetta Dix of 225 NW Sallie Carter of 1314 He said this is a "heavy

I 28, 1963. 20th Terr., Apt. 13 were held NW 66th St. died Sept. 24. price to pay for a fruitless,
"Now the laborer's task is O'ei"Tuesday at Evergreen Memorial Survivors include six daugh- RICHARDSON divisive, and unnecessary

IiMxr Now the battle day is past Cemetery. Her survivors are ters; Mary Carter, Lola tempest about a phrase

Now upon, the farther shor eLands parents and one sister. Swilley, Beatrice Carter, Annie Mae Griffin of 400 (black power) no two people

the voyagers at last Eddie Mae Newell, Rosa NW 7th St. died Sept. 23. define in the same way."

'ather, in thy gracious keeping Elbert Jackson, 1940 NW Richardson and Della Carter; Survivors are parents, Emma Mr. Vorspan urged the extension -

Leave me now thy servant 166th St., Opa-locka died two sisters, Mesdames Rosa Mae and Oakland Collins of of the liberal-labor-

sleepingThe Sept. 22. Services will be Tyson and Florence Chris-' Marianna Fla; two brothers, religious_ coalition of Negroes -

FamilyIN conducted Saturday 1:30 p.m. topher, two brothers Jack and Leroy Bell and Walter Col- and' whites devoted to

from Mt. Zion AME,Opa-locka. Major. Services will be held lins of Marianna, Fla.; two a re-making of Ameica as a

. Among his survivors are ,Saturday Oct. 1 at St. Mary's Just and integrated society.
wife, Deliah; one adopted Baptist Church in Bradenton, I ins, aunts, uncles, other relatives -
............ MEMORIAMIn daughter, Ruth Butler; four Fla at 4 p.m.Anthony and friends. The body The AMERICAN JUDA-
ABRAHAM J. THOMAS memory of the lateLEROY sisters, Madames Gladys will be shipped Friday morning ISM editorial said "let no

who departed this life Sept. -. < Boone of Brooklyn,New York, Freeny of 2965 U Marianna for final man ignore the realities,both
23, 1957. Julia Saxon of Jamaica, New NW 60th st. died sept. 24. rites and burial. dangerous and helpful, but
York Anna of New York City He was a pupil Gladesview
"May he rest in peace. .. at let no one use these realities,
.f and Lockett Baker three Elementary School. Survivorsare Ross Shuler of 1780 NW them
many .of.. harsh, as an
Mary Lousie Thomas, wife brothers, Sam of Detroit; his mother and father, 75th st. died Sept. 26. She is un-Jewish and ignoble pretext -
Abraham J. Thomas Jr., son Thomas of Brooklyn and Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Willie Freeny survived by anie''e, Cecele of for washing his handsof
Alfred N. Thomas, son of New York City. five sisters and brothers' Chicago and a host of friends.
i the greatest unfinished -,
Services will
Friday, Services were held Thursday "
Priscilla Pigford, 501 NW Sept. 30 at 10 a.m. in the from New Providence Baptist business in American life.

4th Ave. died Sept. 23. ser- chapel. Church.
IN MEMORIAM vices Saturday 2 p.m. from The editorial added: "Letus

v k AM Cohen Temple Church of Mamie Lee Young of 3255N Graveside services for stand up against all formsof
I God in Christ. Survivors are W 46th St. died Sept. 24. Infant Boy Thomas were racism, from whatever

parents and one, son. Survivors are mother Mrs. held Thursday morning at source. We are not in the
Sara' Chestnut father, Willie Evergreen Cemetery. lie was fight for human rights be-

.t Fletcher Kitchen, 590 W Chestnut, three sisters the son of Earnest and Edisse cause we wish Negroes to
g 23rd St. Hialeah died Sept. ''Mattie McKinney, Catherine Thomas of 1440 NW 1st Ave. like us, or because they have

I F 21. Services Saturday from Chestnut and Ethel Bell Allan invited us either in or out,
x the Coconut Grove Chapel at ; five brothers Willie, Nels Evans of 439 NW but because it is our task as

4 p.m. Surviviors are five August, Ira Albra' and Alton. 8th St. Apt. 18 died Sept. 26. Americans, our religious imperatives -

1 R daughters, Mesdames Lillie And five children. Services He leaves to mourn his wife, as Jews, and our

Mae Beaks, Willie Mae Moore, will be held Saturday, Oct. 1, Isabel! Evans, one aunt duty as human beings. We
Ruthie Mae Fox, Eloise at Antioch Baptist Church at Maybelle Bess of Lees- shall persist in that task,how-
Wilson, Rosa Lee Jamison, 10 a.m. other relativesand
d burg, Fla., ever rocky the road or shrill
A ARMSTERwho four sons, John L. Alfred, friends. Services incom the voices of counsel from
departed this life Sept. Willie and James; one brother Mary Sherill of 3020 NW plete. racists of all hues."
U 30, 1959. Freeman and two sisters. 52nd St. died Sept. 21. She
was an active student at
Just beyond the swellingtide
Miss Sylvia E. Jones, Bethune Elementary. Sur-

\ We will meet you on the other 2120 Wilmington St., Opa- vivors are mother, Mrs. Mary
side. locka died Sept. 26. Services Etta Sherill, two sisters,
Saturday at 12 noon at seven brothers and a host of LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK

The Armster Family New Providence Baptist relatives and friends. Funeral

Church. Survivors services are incomplete.
are parents,
.uUlti! j Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones, 3001 NW 46f i STREET NE "."197

CARD OF THANKS one sister, three brothers and Belinda Melton of 3303

ARTHUR A. ARANHA The family of the late two aunts. NW 46th st. died Sept. 26. She
who passed September 28, is survived by her parents, E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX*1-9199
1963. Gone butt.not forgotten, Mrs. Virginia Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Simon Melton,
wishes to thank Rev. William
1222 NW 43rd St. died Sept. two brothers; other relatives.
Curry, Rev. S. A. Cousin and
The Family
Remains Services will be held
25. Friday
were shipped to ,
Rev. F. J. Hicks, and all the
many friends for comfortingthem McRae, Ga., where final Sept. 30 at 3 p.m. at Day I ,,4.t. .
rites will be in Rhine, Ga. Spring Baptist Church.
in their time of bereave-
IN MEMORIAM ment. Surviviors are three daughters,,
Mesdames, Essie Mae Adams,
In fond memory of our deal r Thank you.
Fannie Hell Carter and Georgia -
mother ane I STEVENS
Henry Simon and Sammy Mizell; three sons,

sister, Simon, sons Lemmie, Isadore and Fon- Earnest Crawford of 4626

LILLIAN LEONORA Willie Parker and Nancy taine; two sisters; one bro- SW 28th St., W. Hollywood,
WATKINSYou Simon, daughters. ther; other relatives.FRANCIS. died Sept. 25. Services Sun

were called away U I ____ ________ day 2:30 p.m. at Greater St.
perfect rest DEATH Luke P. B. Church, W. Holly
Your deeds on earth art, wood. He is survived by a

always blessed. ANNOUNCEMENT wife, Mary; Mother Carrie t.
A wonderful mother laid ...- .
I U / Drain, stepfather, C. R. Drain, WE'RE ONLY

rest Mrs. Theora Scott of 258 father, Alfred Crawford, Bro. k7'\f A
For each of us you did you NW 11th St. Apt. 301 died Charlie Drain, grandmother, PHONE CALL AWAYTo

best. Sept. 16. Services were held Mable Howard of Lake City,
Still loved, still missed,. know that
r Saturday, Sept. 24 at 2 p.m. Fla. other relatives and we are here
still talked about.
in the chapel. Survivors are friends.
twenty-four hours
a day
Always remembered bj
husband; Willie Lee; one
children & grandchildren son, willie Lee Scott Jr; two Wilfred Saunders 812NW to help you -
daughters; Geraldine and 4th Terr. Hallandale, died ;
Monica Hama and
Family Patricia;mother; Mrs. Albertha Sept. 23. Services Saturday 11 at The Episcopal
Williams; other relatives and a.m.
friends. Church in Hallandale. Sur- be comforting.
vivors are wife, Margaret;

Jessie Williams of 826 NW uncl, aunts, cousins; other

CARD OF THANKSThe a i5 1st Ct. died Sept. 21. Ser- relatives and friends. ..A a

Mrs. Julia Johnson Alford vices were held Tuesday,
family of the late "My Father in Heaven, help
of 27. Survivors are his "
155 NW 10th Street and Sept. "A
me to forget love
WMBM never Thy
ANDREA LAVETTEWILLIAMS also of Nassau, Bahamas, wife, Essie Mae; other rela-
died suddenly Sept. 16 at 8 tives and friends. 1490 On Your Dial it looks up to me in the
beauty of"fhe flower "
Six years old, wish to express a.m. BLANCHE CALLOWAY
Jessie Goldwire of 320 NW PRESENTS N._ John Henry Jowett
their appreciation to the many She is survived by six

friends for their cards, telegrams -children, a husband, a mother 7th St. died Sept. 24. Arrangements PROGRESS REPORT t. Oscar l. Range
and florals in our and other relatives and friends. are incomplete. SUr- _
hours of bereavement.Mr. Funeral services were held vivors are his cite Inez; one 3 Times Daily
in Nassau sister several other relatives j Funeral Home
Sept. 25 at 3:30 ;
8 a.m., 1:" and 10 p.m. i.
& Mrs. Andrew Williams p.m. Metropolitan Church. .. and friends.:

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 30, 1966 13

Boys in the ; 2 Freed, Trial Of U Postponed In Pompano

Charges of disturbing the Patricia Mills and Dan Able Oct. 3.The. Pompano Beach Patrolman
rmed Forces
= peace during a June distur- innocent of charges of die trial on Saturday of James Moser testified he heard

bance in Pompano Beach turbing the peace, disorderly 13 Negroes accused of par- both defendents yell on se-

.-."..._.._,.. were dropped Saturday againsttwo conduct and loitering because ticipating in the racial die parate occasions: "Are we
Negroes, and 11 others the prosecution had not turbances in June followed going to let a white man slap

had their trial Dostooned. proven their guilt "beyond Judge Fischer's decision Fri- one of our kids?"

Judge Harry Fischer found reasonable doubt." day to dismiss_charges against Miss Mile s denied yelling
The trial of ten other de- 14 other "defendants "for an obscenities or behaving dis-

Deadline For fendents was rescheduled to apparent lack of evidence." orderly.


,'v I' Here's Where You Caa Buy


d ..... I' Sept. 30

TIME is running out for

who have failed to send
t many
in their medical insurance CITY LIBERTY CITY DOWNTOWN MIAMI

,tx premiums Edward P. Blons-
ton, Manager of the North Griffin' Grocery Horn' Groc.ry '
Miami Social Security office 6572 NW 15th Av.nu. 7511 NW 22nd Av.nu. C iS5.NW Market 17th Str..t I

stated today. Although the Th.lma'
K.nn.th' Grocery
SAN ANTONIO Airrou i SAN ANTONIO Tex. response to the initial Medi- s Grocery Ow.n' s Grocery
6410 NW 15th
lie L. Tarver, son of Mr, Airman Leslie A. Gamble, sonf care notices has been very Avenu. 311 NW 17th Sir..'

Mrs. Willie B. Tarver ol of Mr. and Mrs. Purdee Gamble high there remains a signi- Cooper's Grocery Community Drugs

501 S W 138th 'St., has been i I of 14415 NW 21st, Opa-locka, ficant number of people who 6312 NW 15th Av.nue 6750 NW 15th Av.nu. Arch 1700 a Grocery
ected for training at She p-. has been selected for technical have not, for various rea- NW 4th Court

d AFB, Tex., as an All c training at Lowry AFB, sons, paid their premium. Walker' Grocery Little Sup.r Market Culm.r' Grocery
rce aircraft maintenance i Col., as a U.S. Air Force, U the premiums are not 6290 NW 15th Avenue 51J45 NW 17th Avenue 533 NW 17th Str..t

ecialist. aircraft: weapons systems paid by September 30, this 54th Street Drugs
( The airman, a 1966 &r specialist.. valuable medical Juanita Grocery 1201 NW 54th Str..t Symon.tt. Sundrles
of 2001 NW 62nd Street 1717 NW 5th CourtJoy's
ate Mays Junior-Senior Recently the airman
will be lost until July 1,
School, recently canted completed basic training at Drugs .
18th Avenue
1968. However, protection Grocery 1521 NW 54th Street H u dd.n. Grocery
I basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. His under the hospital insurance 6307 NW 18th Avenue 416 NW 6th Street

ckland AFB, Texas. new school is part of the Air plan will continue as this

Training Command which part of Medicare is free. N.wton' s Grocery P.opl.'s' Drugs

........----... conducts hundreds of specialized Notices have been mailed 6320 NW 18th Avenue BROWNSV"LLE 402 NW 8th Str..t
courses to provide
1ft to all delinquent bene- Jo n.on' Grocery
dorkett's No. 1
Tracy Grocer
technically trained personnel ficiaries reminding each of 6400 NW 18th Avenue 5008 s NW 32nd Avenu. 600 NW 2nd Avenue
for the nation's. aerospace'. the September 30 deadlinefor

force.Airman payment of premiums. Smith' Grocery Park' Grocery F.L.T. Shoe Shop
Gamble was graduated The notice explains that ar- 6704 NW 18th Avenue 4701 NW 32nd Avenue 716 NW 2nd Avenu.
from North Dade Junior rangements have been madeto
Senior High School in Liberty Grocery Alex Sundries
1966. accept premiums unless J Market
6800.NW 18th Avsnue
4659 71SK NW 2nd Avenu.
than the $9.00 quarterly a- NW 32nd Avenue
mount from those unableto William' Grocery
Stone's Drugs
Airman Herbert S. Miller, pay the full premium. 7017 NW 18th Avenue J 3171 Market NW 46th Street 900 NW 2nd Avenue
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Anyone who has failed to

Miller of 729 NW 47th Terr., make payment should contact Book.r' Grocery Willle & Clara I Grocery Barkett' No. 2
7000 NW 15th Avenue
entered the U. S. Air Forceon the nearest Social Sec- 2352 NW .6th Street 708 NW' 2nd Av.nue

Friday, Sept. 23. He will urity office in person or by Jo.'. Grocery
go to Texas for his basic mail. In some cases repre- 6981 NW 15th Avenue Joe's Market
training and then will be assigned sentatives from Social Sec- 2390 NW 46th Street COCONUT GROVE

in the mechanicalfield urity will be in the area call- Jo.'. Grocery John' Dew Drop Inn

the field he selected ing upon those who cannot 916 NW 69th Street 2779 s NW Shoe 46th Parlor Street 3727 Grand Avenu.U.tot..M .

Private First Class Ken- before his enlistment. Airman visit the district office and

Miller was a graduate from will make collections at the R oo..v. t.' Sundries I Grand Drugs
eth E. King, son of Mrs. 62nd Sf. & 11th Avenue
home of the beneficiary. Any- 3640 Grand Avenue
ris O. King, 2191 NW 68th Booker T. Washington senior 2796 NW 46th Street
high school in June 1966. one paying a premium direct- '. N.w.
ku and former student of the
Shell Johnnie's Tropical Drugs
ly to a representative should Avenue & 58th Street Grocery
Sr. High School request proper identification 299. NW 46th Street 3206 Grand Avenue

las successfully completedis Airman Oliver J. Jones, before doing so. All Social 54th Street Grocery
[ basic training at Fort Security people will have and Brownsville Drugs OPA- LOCKA
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold .t634 NW 27th Avenue
Penning, Georgia. cameut Jree-y present their creden-
} an outstanding trainee and Jones of 2651 NW 49th Street, tials. King' Grocery Opa-Iocko Sho. Shine
good rifleman lie received 'entered the US Air Force 5820 NW 12th Avenue Fair Check 2196 All Boha
class book from Company B, last Thursday. He will go to .4330 NW 27th Avenue
Texas for his basic training Jackson' Grocery Stohl' General Store
fth Bn. First Brigade
PHYLLIS Splc & Span
and then will be assigned in 5830 NW 12th Avenue 2152 All Bobo
fn March
1966. Private
4 4801
N W 27th Avenue
the general field, the field he CLUB HOLDS FIRST
[ing also took medical train- 12th Avenue Grocery Miller' Sundries
his enlistment.
gat Fort Sam in Houston, selected before MEETINGThe Neal' Grocery 22nd Avenue S 152nd St.
Texas, which he received a Airman Jones was a graduatefrom .225 NW 27th Avenue

Certificate on May 27tru Helen Miami NorthwesternHigh Phyllis Wheatley Art Jo.'s Grocery 7.11 Market
returned to Fort Denning, School in June 1964 and Social Club met on Mon- 1208 NW 62nd Street B& B Grocery 22nd Ave. & 157th St.
2351 NW 41Seymour's st Street
corgia and took a certificatend and extended his educationat daySept. 25 at the home of
Miami-Dade Junior Collegefor Mrs. Athalie Range, with the Grocery" Magnolia Sundries
class book
a on June 13th Avenue & 62nd Street Ben's Grocery 4570< NW 22nd Avenue
17. He then journeyed to the two years until April 66. president, Mrs. W. Sands .t611 NW 22nd Avenue

Dominican Republic wheree presiding. After formal open- J & J Drugs Melvin Monroe

spent two weeks. -- ing the president declared all 62nd Street LIII Dilly Store 15720NW 19th Avenue
Private King came home offices vacant for annual 476 NW 22nd Avenue
bn furlough on July 28 for Airman Michael A. Wood- election. Mrs. Mary Lou Nix- Somp.on' a Grocery Davis Grocery
ards of Mrs. Rosa Lee 1466 NW 62nd Street Jo.'. Market
J18 days. During that time, he son on held the election and in-
of 2160 NW 71stSt. 4999 NW 22nd Avenue
visited Thompson stallation. The following of-
Nassau and some of Jo.'s Friendly Market Mr. Johnson
., entered the US Air Force ficers elected Mrs.
the islands where his grandfather were : 5800 HW 17tAvenue Joe' Form Market 15921 NW 18th Avenue
( and other relatives re last Friday. He will go to Wilhemena Sands, president; 5100 NW 22"d Avenue

side. Then he returned to Texas for his basic trainingand Mrs. Margaret Adderley! Economy Drugs Arrnon Boptllt.

I Miami and spent the rest of then will be assigned in first vice president; Mrs. 5720 HW 17th Avenue McCordy' a Grocery

his time with his mother, the general field, the field Eunice Clemons, second vice 950 NW 36th Street
I relatives he selected before his enlist- treasurer; Mrs. Saunders, recording Eddis's Grocery
and friends. He hada 5598 NW 17th Avenue RICHMOND HEIGHTS
Airman Woodards was a
ment. Mrs. Marie
wonderful time while here. secretary;
( lie left August 15 for San graduate from Miami North- Price, assistant; Mrs. M. Rollins Grocery Richmond Heights Drugs
Francisco California and western Senior High schoolin White, chaplain; Mrs. Mable 5520 HW 17th Avenue DOWNTOWN MIAMI 14638 Lincoln Blvd.

I I later he was sent to Tug-Hoo June 1966. McFadden, financial sec- Jo.'. Market
Vietnam. retary; Mrs. Marie Taylor, $55's Grocery 2194 NW 5th Avenue
parliamentarian; Mrs. Alice 17th Avenue PERRIN

Jones, correspondent secretary R&L Market
; Mrs. Mildred Francis, Curl.y's Market 253 NW 22nd Street.
'GLAMOURIZEWIGSIII r 5311 HW 17th Avenue .,.,.. Susie William.Stonl.y' .
reporter M. I. Daniels.
Market 17516 Duval Avenue
The club is also making -
Palm Pork Grocery 1900 NW 4th Court
final plans for their annual 1398 NW 54th Strut

tea to be held at New Covenant Porwlcka
Presbyterian Church. Grocery Basket .00 NW 19th Street GOU LOS
1221 NW 43rd St. on Sunday 2407 N W 54th Street

evening, Nov. 13. Invitationsto L.nny' Drugs
Jimmies Roble George J r.
3rd Avenue
1700 NW
will be later
same sent out
$69 2488 NW 64th street 21620 SW 112th Avenue
to the many friends who
Nick' Sundries
always enjoy the tea. Mac' Grocery
3rd Avenue
The next meeting. Oct. 3013 NW 62nd Street 1522 NW NW: LIBERTY CITY
down 10, will be held at the home
$10 H & H Market
Convenient Grocery
of Mrs. Saunders 1807 NW
1435 NW 3rd Avenue
59th St. 5804 NW 22nd Avenue Mlnlt Shop
20790 HW 32nd.Avenue
$5 week Clinic Drugs Service Drugs
per 7501 HW 22nd Avenue 1240 NW 3rd Avenue Liberty Garden Market
CENTERVILLA 21135 NW 17th Avenue
8201 NW 17th Avenue
1201 N W 3rd
Free Shop At Hone Service 5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE Sunny South Economy Drugs Avenue NORTH MIAMI BEACH

CERTIFIED PERSONNEL 7919 HW 17th Avenue 1101 NW 3rd Avenue Celeste I 1)1 lion

HOT LUNCHES Morris Grocery rddie's Drugs 1566 'ttz 154th Terrace

PICKUP SERVICE 404< HW 12th Avenue 801 NW 3rd Avenue

REGISTER NOW Smith' Grocery Jocklon' Grocery
12..7 NW 74th< Street 423 NW 22nd Street WEST
691-7796 OR 6''-3B02Mr. Oscar Gunn

945-4526 Cash & Korry Southern grocery 215 Julio Street
.. R. E., Copeland, Sup. 6600 HW 22nd Avenue 1701 9W ht Plac.r .

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 30 1966 ,
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H. Benson, pastor Rev. R. H. Johnson, pastorOn
Betty Morant, reporter Richmond Heights 3165 NW 56th Street last Sunday the services -
Rev. B. L. Turner, pastor Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pasto r and high
Inspite of the rainy Mrs. R. M. Harrington, reporter Willie J. Beard, reporter were spiritual
all day. Our pastor preached
weather, we had a wonderful I
from the bottom of his heart.
sermon Sunday. Our guest Our Promotion Day Program The president, officer)
: celebrated -
speaker was Rev. Watson. He was well planned and and members of the Pastor') The junior EBENEZERRev.
brought us a wonderful mes- Aid Club wish to thank each I their third anniversary -
MT. SINAIRev. carried out by the Sunday
who to at 3 The membersare A. D. Hall
sage. The Junior Choir was School, Training Union and and everyone helped p.m. pastor

S. A. Thomas, pastor in charge of the services. It the WMU with C. Sullivan make their First Anniversary y indebted to all who came E. Ingram, reporter

Patricia Murphy, reporter was a very inspiring''aerrAon.In '; ., speaker. a grand success. Special out and the participants on
the afternoon'there+ Culver as our guest thanks to Rev. T. R. Bar.the program. They wish to The annual woman's Day
Sunday, Sept. 25 was a His message was inspira- launched with
take this opportunity to thank was Sunday,
White House Tea f
WHS a crowd who rison and congregation o
tional large
glorious day at the MU Sinai to a servingas
make the following
who helped to persons
unday. In behalf of theWomen's he Goodwill M. B. Church who I everyone
listened attentively as
Baptist Church. The BTU and their anniversary a success. chairman, Mrs. Naomi
Sunday School had it's annual Day program. Choir encouraged the audience to rendered the services. co-chairmen
Without it would have Grant; Mrs.
in 8 you
promotion day. The momin No. 8 was charge. "Obey God" regardless of The chairman and cochairman ". been impossible. Ollie Mae Ross and Mrs.
message was delivered to p.m. we went over to whatever you do an d where- wish to thank all of the Baptist Church to The drive for Woman'sDay Louise Holmes. Over 100
the of the He emphasized for their fine ii
us by president ever you go. men support
is in full operation. The women were appointed as
render service. ,
children that they the first Officer.
Fla. East Coast Baptist to the meeting.
Benson a ladies are inviting you to attend captians, each year the ladies
Rev. gave
Union and pastor. could obey God by: (2 TIM. elected
Training sunday were: Recording secretary -
look this
wonderful message with this occasion on the forward to event
School Congress, Rev. R. M. 2:15): study to shew thyself Bro. Simmell Timmons
Choir No. 1 in charge.We second Sunday of October.Mrs. with keen interest to serve
Lee. Rev. Lee pointed out in approved unto God a work- asst. recording secretary,. Athalie Range, city their church.
looking forward to
order to Bay you are a true successful are Women' man that needeth not to be Willie J. Beard; fin. sec'y,,. commissioner, will be the Sunday will be the observance -
child of Ood, you must be a Day ashamed rightly dividing the Bro. Aquilla Driskell; asst. of World-Wide
morning speaker and Mrs. Com-
bom again, and filled with with many programs. The word of truth. fin. sec'y, Bro. Robert Wil-
Catherine Stubbs of West munion Sunday throughoutthe
nastor is urging all membersto
the holy spirit of Christ. son; treasurer, Bro. Charles
please cooperate with this Hollywood will be the morn- Methodist Church. Members
The Junior Church would We invite you to visit our Chavis. The goal set is ,
effort. The minister's ing speaker. The theme is are urged to make a fin-
great services at the Frank C.
like to thank Ward No. 8 forgiving 8000. (We are determined to
alliance and their choirs "The Countdown Begins! ancial contribution to the
Martin School and our Com-
them such a wonderful "wear the pants"). The date
will render service at Salter' a munity Bible Mission at 799 Target Christian Women. special offering.
dinner These the for this is the fourth
are day
sunday. set
on Monday night after the NW 62nd Street. Rev. Clyde The pastor is urging all Choir No. 1 will be in
of things that encourag Sunday in February, 1967. W e
members to their dues charge of class meeting Tuesday
first Sunday. This will benefit Judson is in charge at our pay -
them to continue working for will be reporting weekly on
Women s Day. mission. A special service and budget. Also to attend night. Let us not forget -
Christ. Deacon C. Baker, the progress of our men until
The Missionary meetingthat will be held at the missionon official board meeting Oct. the sick and shutins.Mrs. .
Deacon;Mr. Robert Moss Ward the last day. Deacon Vandell
leader. was held at Clewiston the third Sunday in Octo- Bovan is chairman and Brother, 4 at 8 p.m. Grace Brown and Mr.

The Women's Day Drive Saturday was very well attended ber at 3 p.m. with Pator Edwin Goodwin is cochairman. William Dean are patients at

is still blasting away with i a by many. Present from Turner delivering the mes- the Jackson Memorial Hospital.

activities in salter's Chapel were Rev. sage. Come and bring a friend. .
number of store
and Mrs. Benson, Sister Four souls were added to Visitors, come to the,
The Sunday School will sell
Claudia Dixon, Merrieal God's church Sunday. Bap- "Holy Ghost's headquarters"The Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor
dinners Oct. 1. If
Ward, Ricky Beal, and Barbara tism will be held at Virginia going church for the Mary Rawls, reporter
member of
for one call
Denson. Beach Sunday at 7:30 p.m. coming Christand be revived. FRIENDSHIPRev.
the Sunday School or come to< Sunday being the

the church. first Sunday in the month, J. E. Jenkins, pastor

The Junior Matrons are our pastor asked that each Ruby Lee Carr, reporter
Herald To News ClinicThe
having a testimonial dinnerin Sponsor Religious member try to attend one, if Sunday's services were

the church's annex Oct. 12 not both services. Remember wonderful throughout the day

Make plans to attend. A delightful Miami Herald will formerly religious editor of newsletter. Love Feast Friday night.A with our pastor deliveringboth

I program is being pre- sponsor its third Religious the Charlotte, N.C., ObserAn invitation is extended thank you note from morning and evening

pared for you.Mrs.F. Williams News Clinic Tuesday, Oct. ver. to key editors, an advertis4 Mrs. Braynon for making her services which were enjoyedby

is chairman, Mrs. Hayes Is from 7:15 to 9:45 p.m.,at The clinic will be devoting specialist and others who Sip a big success. all.

co-chairman of the Women's the Miami Woman's Club, ed mainly to an explanadeal directly with the Plan to have a delicious No. 2 Choir had a very

Day Drive. 1717 N. Bayshore Driv tion by a team of experts churches. Helpful sugges- dinner at the church with successful anniversary with

Let us continue to pray; (rear of Jordan Marsh). of what is news and how you tions will be given. Stewardess Board No. 1, Mrs. Rev. Woodley pr eachingthe

for our pastor and assistant, William Lankln, secretary get It Into the paper. In !IMinisters are requested to Ann Shenett, chairman. anniversary sermon. Bro.

Rev. J. Polite and also Mrs. of Information of the Prestion to a question and answer bring laymen from the men's, There will be a Tea at Nelson Harris, president and

Shields who is in Christian byterian News Service, Atperiod, there will be a brief women's and youth groups the home of Mrs. Mary Bran- his co-workers wish to thankall

hospital. lanta, Georgia, will direct session dealingwith the pub- of their congregation to par- ham, 7139 NW 16th Ave., who participated.Our .

the clinic. Mr. Lamkin was lication of a parish paper or ticipate. Sunday, Oct. 9, 1966, 4-6 deepest sympathy is

.. .- o p.m. These are to benefit extended to sis. Elizabeth

k Women s pay. Bacher in the loss of her

KELLY'S CHAPELRev. FIRST BAPTIST OF ZION HOPERev. JORDAN GROVE The J. B. Epperson Board grandmother and to Sis. Bell

BROWNSVILLERev. will observe its anniversary Martin in the loss of her
Services last Sunday were
L. L. Dean, pastor P. Freeman, pastor Oct. 9 at 3 p.m. at the church.
all with the Bass Jamison, ser-
Reatha J. McKenzie, reporter W. M. Davis, pastor Sis. E. Jackson, reporter very pastor high delivering the momi n g The )Rev. J. B. Blacknell: vices were held inlioneapathS.

The pastor and the con- Mrs. rjonella Turner, reporter Services were spiritually message. The Junior Choir and his congregation will C.Sunday. Services for Sis.

of Kelly's Chapel, high last Sunday. The chair- worship with us Oct. 9. This Bacher's grandmother incomplete
gregation Saturday, Oct. 8, the No. 2 sang out of their hearts. At will be are -
an after service
wish to express their appreciation Usherboard of First Baptist man of the Women's Day 3 p.m. the No. One Usher at this time.
well gratitude wish thank program. Please plan to attend Our well wishes
as as Church will have an old program to every- Board concluded its anniver get are

to Mrs. John A. Culmer, for fashion "Box Supper." one for their cooperation.Many sary. The president and members his service. extended to all of our sick

the inspiring talk she pre- Again, Sunday, the mem- thanks to the speaker. wish to thank everyone; Class meeting Tuesday members. Visitors are always

sented to the youth of our bers enjoyed another wonderful We are glad to have our who participated on the program ,night. welcome to our services.

church on last Sunday. and inspiring sermon coming pastor back from his vacation.we for helping to make the I Come to church and have
All parents who have are still praying for your faith lifted.
from our associated anniversary a success.
children to be baptized on our sick and shut-ins. Visitorsare
ministers, Rev. Foster and Our Hoj ecoming Day ser NEW MT. MORI AH
October 9th, Kelly's Chapel! Rev. Thomas. welcome always. vice was carried forward from

Children Baptism Sunday are Thursday night, Baptismand last Sunday and will be heldon Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor

requested to ring the children Holy Communion. Alsoour ANTIOCHNEW this Sunday instead at Evelyn Souter, reporterWe NEW HOPE

to instruction and preparation pastor will return to the LIBERTY CITY which time we will march are inviting the public Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor

class on Wednesday,, pulpit after a two week vaca- back into our old home place. and all our friends to worship Mary L. Mayfield, reporter

Oct. 5 at 6 p.m. The pastor tion. Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor Remember you are always with us Sunday at 11 a.m. We
will them. Mrs. Annie whipple, reporterWe Services were as usual on
meet welcome at Jordan Grove. will have a 13-year-old ordained -
Plans are in progress for TEMPLERev. minister from Texas to last Sunday. Rev. Trotter,
thank God for his holy
associate minister
of New
annual ST. MARK BAPTISTRev. deliver the
our pledge service the morning message.I
spirit throughout day. Providence delivered
which will be held on Oct. L. A. Thompson, pastor Please hear this dynamic the
12 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Our pastor preached out of ..C. W. Wade, pastor and let's have message at the 11 a.m. service.
The Lord's Supper will\ be his soul in the morning ser. Geraleen Peek speaker a good The president and mem-
which time a grand supper time in the name of the Lord.
administered during the bers of choir No. 1 would
One Usher
vice.Our The No. Board
will be served.
The No. 2 Choir (Juniors)
and evening services No. 1 Choir closed I like
has wishes to thank Rev. Copeland to thank all of the
The completed
pastor Sunday evening want to thank each group,
fetid and the members are on Sunday.A for rendering such an members of our church, the
uty play entitled "A Court- with a sermon by Rev. I. W. uplifting and soul-stirrini members and friends who visiting choirs and friendsfor
welcome to atop by and visit will\ be made their 10th anniversary a
house Drama" spon- Stephenson and God visite message on their 19th anni- helping to make its an-
with him. sored by the Templeites and us from heaven. great success. Crowned Miss
Also niversary a big success.In .
Everyone ia asked to work the Junior Ushers Monday We thank all the various versary. Junior Choir, for raising the all of its efforts lead-
faithfully towards our Woman'Day )I'night Oct. 10 at 8, at the goes out to the visiting highest amount, was Miss
on Nov. 13. Mrs. Lemmie choirs who appeared on our ushers, friends and members ing up to the anniversary,
Mitchell. chairman. church. This entertainment is choir's anniversary.Our who made the celebration a Gwendolyn Shipp and runner- the choir raised $1,344.81,

Remember to visit and is full of suspense, and pro- own minister Rev. J. great success. up Little Miss Caldwell.Our from which a piano was purchased
mises to afford the public A. Reynolds, brought the Men's Dity; will begin
pray for the aick and shut-ins. There la an extended invitation and paid for. We are
laughter galore. The pro- evening Oct. 21 through: the 23rd.
Visitors and friends are message. for all of you to come ever thankful to the almighty
ceeds will help the Women'sDay Everyone is welcome to We are atill asking your
always welcome to worship out and worship with us at these blessings.
Please come prayers for our
program. worship with us. pastor,
with us.at Kelly's Chapel. out and help the women. E. A anytime.Our shut-ins bereaved familiesand ACTIVITIES
next ia the
Lord, chairman; V. Taylor, ST. LUKERev. Junior Choir anniversary.ST. those in the armed ser- Saturday, Oct. 15, a din-

co-chairman. vices. Visitors always wel- ner sale, sponsored by the
P. W. Williams, pastor
The deacons will sponsor come. Junior Usherboard in behalf of
Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter
a registered tea Sunday afternoon BARNABASRev. Women's Day.

Oct. 9 from 3:30 to 5 at The Women' Day committee The No. 1 Usherboard will

the church. Friends are i in is sponsoring a window H. Demerett, pastor MT. ZION AME celebrate its 31st anniversary
Richardson, reporter
MT. TABOR BAPTIS1 vited. Party, Saturday night, Oct. 1 Rowena beginning Fri. Oct. 7 thru 9th.

at 8. The public is cordially Last Sunday's services OPALOCKARev.

Dessie Crockett, reporter invited. Refreshments will be were very inspirational. Our Milton ftyson, pastor

P. S. Brown, pastor MT. CALVARYRev. served. Mrs. Evelyn Davis pastor preached from Isiah The rain did not dampenthe

Rev. is special Effort Committee 59th chapter. The Junior services Sunday. The very r BETHLEHEM M. C.

The Junior Ushers would Samuel Atchison, pastor chairman and Mrs. Annie B. ushers and Junior choir high spirit still exists. Our Rev. Oscar West,pastor

like to express their gratitudeto Constance Carter, reporterAll Sullivan is general chairman.The were in charge of the morning pastor, though somewhat un- Gloria Howard, reporter

you for the support given Christians are urged to No. 1 Choir will services. der the weather, preached out t Services were high all

them during their anniversary. attend church next Sunday fora celebrate their 39th anniversary The pastor urged every of his soul. day. The members and friends

You are invited to the most memorable least, that beginning Wednesday member to be out on the first Look for a bake sale and wish to thank the Rev. Drain

41st anniversary of Ushers of part king in Holy Com night Oct. 5 with a musical Sunday to participate in the a BarQue on Saturday at for his month long services

No. One, Sunday, Oct. 9 at munion. program, and ending Sunday, Lord's supper. the church. while our pastor was ont
You invited attenda Everyone is asked to go Holy Communion Sunday a
3 p.m. are to Oct. 9 at 3 p.m. Everyone is hill vacation. Let Sunday'sservices
The Willing Workers Club sale Saturday, Oct. 1 on invited to help the No. 1 choir and see Rev. ()Jlmer. Let us both services 11 a.m. and 7 find you in the midstof

has postponed Its regular 62nd St. between 11th and spiritually and financially. all keep praying for him. Also' p.m.Want our church. Let us not forget -

meeting until the third Sundayin 12th Aves. You are welcometo Brother Joe Poole Is presi for Mrs. Culmer and all of our to work, come to Mt. to pray for our sick and
other sick and shut-ins. Zion.
October. bring your dent. shut-ins.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Septtmbtr 30, 1966 IS

To Reorganize THE CHURCH INCARNATION OF Greater l,tlwlit.s Plan Three Presets

Human Relations Board- -- Rev. I.Tyrrel Dear,Vicar By Rev. Joseph E. S.Ray invitations to friends of Dr.' see, teachers, waitresses,

Reorganization of the Dio which meets for me first time The Sundiy School conti- The officers,members and S. A. Cousin to attend a regular church and fraternal leaders,
| of Miami Human Rela- 1 flues to crow. We friends of Greater Bethels club and cultural leaders,ministers
se Tuesday, sept. 27, at the now have''I meeting of the S.A.Cousin wives and all
Commission into two teachers AME Church groups,
ns a dio- Chancery, are for each : are planning
to foster for Bishop Club at the attend
mutual who white to
isan Human Relations a new feature is our adult t ,three major projects includ-
understanding in
Lard has been announced and respect class and ing the election of the permanent headquarters their annual Ladies In White
by among all economic the attendance i is. past! or, North's Travel Bureau,
Pre-Annual Conference
Bishop Coleman 1 encouraging. Reverend Sylvester A. Cousin pro
I ami p. social, religious and ethnic 1104 N.W. Third Avenue
..toll. to the Bishoprice In gram at greater Bethel Sun-
groups in
accord with the Friday, September, 23rd, at
constitution and teachings of The movie 1968 annual Men's observance day October 30th, when a
A new by- the Church ori showing the ; Day
8 P.M. to hear reports of the
Iws willprovide for a Human social justice. Martyrdom of Steven was the Third Sunday promlnant speaker, will be
lations Board in each of The board will alsoinitiate quite interesting. Both teachers in November, and a Ladles Ways and Means Committee presented, and appropriatemusic
jve deaneries of the diocese. studies in the field of and children are looking In White aftemoonprogram headed by Mrs. Margaret will be rendered. A
human M. and detennlnestratt'gy
forward to the local school executive
e deaneries are North relations and second in the sponsored as Missionary public
e, South Dade, Broward, federal, state,cooperate with series, this one on the life of Day October 30th, at 3:30 to reach their goal. will be honored as Lady of
county and Mrs. Alice J. Barr,
st Coast and West Coast. private agencies in St. Paul at 5 p.m. Sunday. P.M. Special features will beheld pres- the Year. Women and girlsof
develop. iden Mrs. L. Johns-
{ The Sacred Hearts Mary all are invited to ,
Governing body will be an rig harmonious Chapter all day. ages participate
community and
kecutive board composed of lations. re gives a Pre-Autumn Tea at the Mrs. Fannie Jernigan, Cousin supervisor, in the theme, "THE

embers elected by each of Furthermore, the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert President, Mrs. Clara Wood- Mrs., Cherrye A.Mills-Boy- A.M. E. Church;Its Message
le deanery boards and others agency is pledged o cooperate Dean. ard, Secretary have issued Program- chairman are and Mission,"at 11:00A.M.
f>pointed by the Bishop. in the development of The social event of the inviting missionaries, nur- An excellent program is
boards pro- year, The States Tea comes for the Peoples
Deanery composed grams dedicated to the improvement planned Young -
representatives from pasties of off on November 6. There are NO INCREASE IN RATE at the 7:00 P.M. wore

and Catholic institut- lations with, and community to enlist the re- still a few more states to be Despite the wide gap be- MRS. COLEMAN ship hour.

s, will be concerned with support of religious,civic and taken. We hope they will be tween the present 4V4 percent HAS A.BIRTHDAY The Reverend Cousin, with
cal problems as they private gone by Sunday. discount Wilbur Ellison Chairman
attempt groups to bring about rate and actual 19
Monday, ,
i reflect the concern of the the ideals of mutual Less we forget: Time interest rates, Dr. Andrew Sept. John W. Goldsmith, Edward
respect for was another birthday for Mrs.
urch in the area of human and understanding; as well as 10:30.Sunday School 9:30 to Brimmer, first Negro member of Ann Coleman. Those presen t Cherry, Buster McFadden
11 1 ation s. to Inaugurate the Federal Reserve Board and James WUcoxco-chalr.
programs con- Mr. to wish her a happy birthdaywere
The and aims sidered John D. Woltz, chairman said the board are the Men
purposes of helpful in the fieldof of the Division will not raise Mrs. Lucretia Colemanand man regimetlng
e new diocesan board, I human relations. of PUbic the discount rate at this time. of the Church In military
Relations daughter, Ralfiller, Miss
was guest speakerat Dr. Brimmer said form to their annual
raising of present
the meeting of the Epis- Naomi Espy, Mrs. Mamie..Gill,
the discount rate could leadto Mrs. Hazel R. Grant, Mrs. Men's Day program Sunday
Church Women on Sun- further Nov. 20th which time '
day undcrsirable increases Lillian Hutchison, Mr. and any
in interest rates. Mrs. Edwood McClurg, Mrs. "effort previously made by'the
CarverRanches Mamie E. Thompson, Mrs. women of the church, ,
|ev. Phillip Cooper, pastot will be equalled and sur-
Rose Tucker, Mrs. Pernellia -
Pauli!ne Cooper, reporterMen's Republicans Uninformed Usher, Mrs. lola Williams, passed. An outst anding national -'
Day got off to a .I Mrs. Flossie Gibson, Mrs. speaker Is expected to'talk
ood in
start Sunday Schoolith '
Willie Mae Murray. on the current topics Incidental -
E. NTaylor serving as News Mrs. Coleman wishes to to the War on Poverty '

Lest. superintendent. Eleven.m. Afraid Of Negro VoteClarence thank many others for beautiful program and its local:
worship was Ive. Fletcher Paschal spoke fry Walter Bow. cards and telegrams.

ofoundly on the theme The VFW Post No. 8195
He said that there is "dis-
[The Role of Christian Mana will hold its regular meeting Lee Townes,Negro
Changing Community." Sunday, Oct. 2 at 4816 SW Republican staff member satisfaction in many areas,"
I any other outstanding 17th All told his party memberslast which may give them re-
menf St. pleasebe
| the community participatedthe present. Saturday at Riviera publican a "decent" Negro "I '

> program. Rev. Jackosn, The Fire formed Beach that and they frightened were about unin- vote. I I 1'41L'1' t I 4J 4Jd

local minister of the cpm- Department of '
unity preached a very stir- Carver Ranches meets every 'the Negro vote, and said it Townes told candidatesand
tng sermon at the evening Monday night at 8. All mem- would be a long, hard jobto State Executive Committee
ervice. bers are requested to be 'swing the vote into the GOP members, meeting at
The entire day was an present. Walter Blatch is 'column.A the Bazaar Plaza,that there's
verwhelmin a success. Many president. special assistant to Re- been a "lack of communica
hanks to friends and well 1 publican National Chair- tion" between whites and Ne-

ushers who helped make it Attucks High Eagles were 'man Ray Bliss, Townes said groes in the South and he
o. defeated by B.T.W Tornadoes 'that it's time to shun fear and blamed it on a fear on both
I last Friday 7-6 at At- 'begin seeking the Negro's sides which he said was"na
tucks Field.Ernest 1 I backing.The tural."

GOP candidates, he
ST. MARY'S WOMEN Crawford passed (said, are running"primarily Cautioning campaignersnot
Sunday, Sept. 25 at Memorial I i as underdogs" this year and to go to ,a person who
[RAISE $3,176.31 Hospital in Hollywood. He is |their drawing power for the they think id a leader he
survived by his wife, Mary ]Negro vote Is limited. But said:

The chairman of Woman'sI Crawford; mother, Mrs. Car1 1 he urged them to grasp the "Make sure that the Ne-
I would like to thank her rie Drain of 4620 SW 28th St., committees, members of the W. Hollywood; C. R. Drain, J Fertilizing of the soil so the too. We've got to deal with
church and all their friends stepfather, and a host of relatives i next time we run we'll bear them as citizens and talk to
that helped make Woman's and friends. Funeral g some crop." leaders who are influential."
| Day a successful one. services will be held Sunday, -
Oct. 2 at 2:30 p.m. at Greater :-.-?
Special consideration to St. Luke, 42nd Ave. and 18thSt. v
lour speaker, prgram partici- Stevens Funeral Home of: _
pants, visiting ushers of Hallandale is in charge. Call
Temple Baptist Church. Your
I service will remain in the
Mrs. Nellie Thornton of
hearts of the chairman and her
56th Ave. and Mayo St., W. CHARLESROGERS sbr
committees. n
May Ood bless
Hollywood is in critical con-
| vou all.
dition at Memorial Hospital I\. t
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor, after an accident in Holly
Mrs. Rebecca Bethel, chair 'wood. We wish her a speedy

man. recovery. i\\
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The director, teachers and aides,of the Liberty Wednesday and Thursday, your speech was Interestingand
well said Mr. Farrell,keep up the good
City Day Care Center are enjoying their five week very
d and students in a
p. *A training period. Mr. Rudy V. Williams is the teacher We hope to see all of our parents
located NW 75th St.
training director. Our own director of the Liberty City few weeks at our new center on

; /", Day Care Center Mr. Louis Farrell, was.guest speaker and 19th Ave.


','.I'I.:.;,'\ New Jobs And Bock Pay Won LIKE OUR PRINTING:

Duality Job Budget Price
,,1',1 j For fired Arkansas TeachersST.

;;:. i I No Job Too large or Small
"shall then be offered
LOUIS, M0.-Sever garet Sanders, teachers at the first position for whichhe Deadlines Met On Time
school teachers and their L. V. Sullivan High Schoolfor in whicha
principal all Negroes-wor Negroes in Morrilton, is so qualified exists or Satisfaction Guaranteed
the right this week to be rehired Arkansas, and the Arkansas vacancy now"
the Court
by the Arkansas school Teachers Association, Inc., ruled.hereafter occurs, aitU.our easterners carne kick!

FAMU GRADS ARE MASTER TEACHERS IN NTC -> board which had fired them of which Mr.Smith and Miss LDF attorneys also won

Mrs Genevieve S. Lockhart and Mrs. Lucy 0. Home, rather than allow them to Sanders are members.The damages for the teachers, Miami Tints
Association is the
teach white children. professional
both master teachers in the National Teachers Corps, which thus entitling them to 1 he
This which struck
pause for a discussion while strolling on the University .. in sents most of the Negro back pay lost by their dis-
a pattern many repr
missal. .-ret Ul YOU! MINTING NEEDS-
of Miami campus. Mrs. Lockhart is from Miami and southern communities which teachers in Arkansas.

Mrs. Home is from Dania. Both teachers are graduatesof agree to integrate Negro pu Specifically, the Court ... ...
Florida MM University. pils, was won by attorn ys ruled that the Defendant
of the NAACP Legal Defense Board of Education reinstatethe OPENING SOON
and Educational<' Inc. Negro teachers if they

4 Trained By National' (LDF). are interested in returningto
It was decided hereby the Morrilton district. Dugie's Paradise
three judges of the U.S.Courtof A teacher wishing 10 re-
for the Circuit
Teachers Corps At (UMFour Appeals Eighth JTAIIT fORK TGJAYU.IA Guest House

The suit was brought by .
Public S. ..Ic. Over
Clement S. Smith and Mar-
Florida A & M University !- degree and two years of credit 20 Y...

graduates are being in teaching experlene. Llv. hi Mottle
trained by the National Mrs. Horne is a 1956grad- covered the disadvantaged. C..ks Bvs BoysDlthwosJters
Teachers Corps here at the uate of FAMUwith a majorIn The NTC training shouldbe .Ponies'
University of Miami elementary education.She required for all teachers CM Station Drivers BEAUTIFUL ROOMS
Master teachers from said, "The NTC has been regardless of the caliber of Hotel & Horn Molds
FAMU are Mrs. Lucy O. Informative and it has en- students they teachand re- W. Appreciate Your
Horne, Dania, and Mrs. riched my background. I like gardless of whether they are Business
Genevieve S. Lockhart of Mi the primary grades best andI colored or white. The train- 2966 N.W. 47th St.
amL Interns from FAMU plan to stay a teacher." ing showed me that problems A.Lr
completing the pilot program She is assigned to Tucker can be worked out. Fa 94382

are Nathaniel B. Styles of Elementary School in Mi Higgins said that corps ..
St. Petersburg and Miss Par- amL"It members are more than 1 ".E.S" Street i
- - -----
thenia A. Variance of Hal- (NTC) was quite an classroom teachers. They are
landale. experience," commentedMrs. persons who seek to mobil
The program at the University Lockhart. "It helped be all the resources of soc-
of Miami is one of bring out feelings of children iety for the purpose of edu
41 suchprogramsincolleges involved, stimulated them
and universities across the and helped them show more cation."Corps members will be For the BEST START

country. The teachers corpsis interest in school. Childreneven active in poverty neighbor
part of President Johnson's came to class on rainy hoods volunteer welfare
days and should have as
Great Society Projects.It you
workers, youth leaders, and
Is aimed to reach and seen their faces light up on will
home visitors.
teach the children of povertyin field trips.
the child not
only as
Miss Variance said,"The
city slums and pocketsof
a pupil but also as am mberof
rural poverty where teacher course added knowledge
a family,a minority group
aid is needed most makes me feel better prepared :
culture, a n ighborhood r.
for ahead.
Directing the UM Teachers theteachingyears I
resident and as a potential
Corps program are Dr. We had so much theory
Arnold B. Cheyney, in and followed it up with extensive contributing" member of J
charge of curriculum de- practice. She is society. ;
and John M. teaching at Charles Drew
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 30, 1966 17

U with........ .i Rattlers Lose First C Looking the

Conference GameIn SPORTSWORLD


AYS GOING STRONG S.C. The Rattlers of Coach Jake J&Y LEO ARMBRISTER Over
Florida A & M Universitywent Gaither had gone ahead be-
Mays won its third straight game by defeating down to its first defeatof fore Gamble's touchdownrun
Dillard 25-0. Mays alert secondary picked off eight the season as they drop- 3-0, on a 22-yard field
Dillard passes last Friday night which turned two 0 f ped a 8-3 football game to goal by John Lovett. FAM U DODGERS AND PIRATES FURNISHING EXCITING
the South Carolina State had marched 35 yards to the
thefts into touchdowns to defeat
the Dillard in
Bulldogs last Saturdaynight. South Carolina 12. NATIONAL LEAGUE FINISH
football Eight of the interceptions
game. were made by It was a game of defenses
different defenders. Mays scored in every quarter. It was the first time the though as the Rattlers were Neither the fore-running Baltimore Orioles finishing
The final'score, Mays 250. Traz Powell has a team to Rattlers have lost a con- held to 11 first downs, while so far bead of the American league; nor the intermingling
|be proud of and still a leading coach. ference game since Bethune- the Bulldogs had but 12. of.-the beginning of the football season with
Cookman upset them 8-7 in Neither team could
the endingof the baseball has been able modulate the
WINS ANOTHER 1952. muster a real scoring threat
The excitement the Dodgers and the Pirates are generatingwith
devastating running due to the strength of both
Booker T. came up with a hard fought game to attack of the Bulldogs was defensive lines, and a spotty their run to the wire for the National league pen-
[edge the Attucks out 7-6 in a high school game last the deciding factor in he offense. FAM U led South Ca- nant.
Friday night at the Attucks stadium. All scoring came game, along with the stout rolina in passing yardage,
With only a week left for the hour of reality, the
(in the third quarter. '3.T.W. drove 53 yards with half- South Carolina line. The 69-32, but the Bulldogs got
back Fred Warren going the final two yards on a Bulldogs amassed 212 yards the yards when they needed Pirates were strutting along only a couple of games
sweep on the ground apart; the theorists many times have given that a baseball -
compared to
[off the right side with 5.38 left in the period. Albury them.Miamian
(kicked the extra point.It took ninepassesfor the score. A & M's 85.Taking Arthur Collins game.leans heavily on its pitching, and now it can

(On the ensuing Kick off Ash returned the 15 yards to was Rattler again outstanding in the be proven with the outcome of these two pennant contenders

I The Attucks 32. In all plays, they drove 68 yards with' a Rattler kick-off two secondary Bulldog intercepting and- because each has one or the other of the mains
Marvin leaping the Bulldog R. C. Gamble, a passes baseball-the Pirates the hitters, the Dodgers the pit-
[Quarterback Curry over one yard line fleet-footed, 157-pound half- being among the defensive '
with 1:07 left in the third quarter. McArthur Gray's kick back, took the ball on the stars of the game. chers. *s
I was blocked by Guard Larry Bonney. Final score, two-yard line and raced 98 The crowd of 7,000 saw Fans somehow throw theory to the wind, w ere'
I B.T.W. 7, Attucks 6. yards for the South Carolina South Carolina avenge a loss their favorite team is involved and Pirate fans, areba king -
touchdown, and a 6-3 lead last year by South Carolina on league-leading hitters. Alou', Clement*"and Star

[MIAMI HIGH DOWNS JACKSON with second 10:57 quarter.remaining in the hands Coach of Oree the Banks Rattlers., at Last the gell to bail them out; the Dodger fans mean hile are

Even though Jackson was defeated 9-0 by the state! Although the PAT kick year FAMU squeezed out a relaxing in the pleasure of having Koufax, Regan' and a
(champions this failed. The 19-13 win in the final mi- late come-arounder, Drysdale their side.
was no disgrace. Joe Brodsky promises Bulldogs got backon
the nutes of the ball in This final week of the '66 could well
this team will be one of the top ten before the football Scoreboard again with game season very
only 1:45 left in the Orangeburg. It was the only match for excitement in
season is over. He has a fine group of athletes and game loss Banks other- any previous one a usually ex-
by on an
as quarterback Alonzo Gilbert
students. They are looking forward to citing league.EXCELSIOR .
an outstanding ,. a Miamian, was wise unblemished 9-1 re-
season in football. They have 16 returning lettermen.I trapped in the end zone fora cord. A & M is 1.1 for the LEAGUE SECOND WEEK STANDING
I Of these he feels 12 of them will be good college pros- safety.! season, while State is 1-0.

pects. They are Lonnie Leonard, Donnie Townsend TEAM WON LOST

| Joe Niman, Sandy Cordova, Bill Constant, Bernard ''$

Strachan, Bruce Edwards, George Jones, Davis Riggs, Hagan & Fonda No. 1 7 1

Larry Dollar, Henry Robinson, Joe Simmons, Curtiss Bowler's Pro Shop 7 '.ra' :* 1
Smith, John Williams, James Summerset and James A AA The Cobras 6 i'fI"r'l' 2
King. a P r g. Hagan & Fonda No. 1 6 --y 2
The Five Summersetts 5 3

NORTHWESTERN DOWNS TAMPA MIDDLETON ;, ti"J Cloverleaf Sport Shop 5 3 i
Tucker's Famous Food 5 3
Middleton: despite having two touchdowns called
back by penalties that reached 160 yards for the night Metropolitan Cleaners 5 3
Northwestern High School rolled to a 27-7 victory over The Olympics 4 4

| 'Middleton last Saturday. The Bulls record is 2-1.They Thompson Texaco 3 5
amassed 295 yards to Middleton' s 50 yards. Y The New Frontier t '? 3 < 5
Bowe's Barber Shop 3.. 5
Packer Pontiac 3 fSb 5
Team No. 15 2 J' 6

last week, the Dolphins have gone though Metzer's Pro Shop 0 8
some hard drills preparing themselves for their shot at LEO'S SPORT WORLD 0 ,\ 8
the San Diego Chargers. They will be at a loss with t',

*3o Roberson out with a compound fracture which he re- ? Team High Game: Hagan & Fonda No.1, 952; The

ceived in a bruising scrimmage practice game last LjI Five Summersetts, 939; Cloverleaf Sport's Shop, 934.

week. Coach George Wilson and his staff are workinghis Team Three High Game: The Five Summersetts,

team real hard for the Chargers and the Oakland 2807; Hagan & Fonda No.1, 2778; Cloverleaf Sport's

Raiders whom they play the following week. There will Shop, 2777.

I be a possibility cannel 7 will televise them. 'Vatch Individual High Game; Willie Robinson, 246; Billy

your television schedule. Also WJOD will broadcast ,Johnson, 245; Eddie Johnson, 242.
| both games at 3:30: p.m. Frank Jackson was in uniformand Jndividual Three-Gamr High: Willie Robinson,

figures to be ready in a couple of weeks. 637; James Thomas, 612, ?iddie:: Johnson 595.

| FLOYD PATTERSON WANTS CLAY AGAIN Top Ten Averages: James Thomas, 195; AlmondC.

Edwards, 193; Willi< Johnson, 192; James Mitchum,
Floyd Patterson he is on his back to
another title fight with says Cassius Clay, but first he wantsa I 186; Eddie Johnson, *J4, Grady King, 182; Fred Home,

crack at Karl-Mildenberger. 182; Alvoid James 182; Willie Nicholson, 180; Billy

J Patterson knocked out British champion Henry in .10: .Johnson 179; Willie G. Jones 179. _.__.
[the fourth round in London's Wembley Stadium last Emanuel Ward, Northwestern Bulls defensive left
has been standout in the teams first three
tackle, a
( Wrestling Clinic At Miami-Dade
The former champion floored Cooper for a three gamy s. Ward keyed the defensive and made several

I count in the third round and then dropped him for a fine tackles as Northwestern manhandled Middleton Florida Westlers and coaches will brush up on their
27-7 in Tampa last week. Photo by Frank Johnson.Jack's skills and techniques at an all-day Statewide
count of nine in the fourth before finishing off the Briton grappling
Wrestling Clinic on Saturday (Oct. 15) at Miami-Dade
with a left-right combination at 2:20. .. ... .0 _.._ .. Junior College North.
"Every have I regard as one step to-
fight I now
Conducting the clinic will be a 14-man staff headed by
wards another clash with Clay," Patterson said. M-DJC North wrestling coach Jack O'Neil as clinicdirector,
"I am now looking forward to a fight with Milden- MEN'S WEARSEE it was announced today by Director of Athletics Uemie
berger. I think the winner of that one should have Mainleri.
another title chance. "MR. JACK"POR Highlighting the clinic will be the attendance of three-

"Before Mildenberger fought Clay, I thought he time N. C. A. A. wrestling champion Myron Roderick,
STYLES FOR ALL AGES coach of the Oklahoma State University wrestling team,
would be just another for the champion. But I
warmup Th. Very Latest in Kbit's ,.ahl... as special guest instructor.
much bet-
thought the German a gallant fight -
ter than up SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS During Roderick's 10 years at Oklahoma State, the
anyone expected. wrestling team has compiled an over-all record of 104
"I thought even Clay was surprised. Mildenberger wins and only 4 losses. lie has directed the Cowboys to
obviously hurt Clay with some punches." 944 NW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida 6 national titles and 7 Big-Eight Conference championships -
Clay stopped Mildenberger in the 12th round of .

their world title fight at Frankfurt, Germany, Sept. 10. "...... A supporting staff of 12 Gold Coast Conference high
school wrestling coaches will also assist in the program.The .
BALTIMORE POST OFFICE GIVES ASSIST TO clinic will get underway at 8:30 a.m. in the JFK

Guest Health Center on the college's North Campus. .
\Dugies Purpose of the meet is also to stimulate interest in ama-
referred to as
Baltimore Orioles cannot be teur wrestling with particular emphasis on rules,philosophyand
selfish; at least the postal revenue department of The house of unusual room skills, Mainieri said. All phases of the sport, including
Baltimore would not think so. "K..p us In mind"A organizing and implementing of vanity programs will be

The Orioles departed from the old custom of sell- bettor plflet, w. challenge you to findS covered, he noted.
ing of the series, and instead ..ing it believing Among those attending will be college and high school
tickets individual
to games
earliest Th. accommodation you receiveYou wrestlers, coaches administrators and recreation leaders
of the
are mailing tickets in the find only In hit brother representing community programs as well as school and
Postmark. colleges.
Twenty thousand fans lined the main post office OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Registration, which is now open with no fees or other

building some as long as three days before the zero 2941 N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851, charges for attendancf, is being conducted by 0'Neil'.office
hour mark. at Miami-Dade Junior College North. O'Neil emphasizedthat
to be first with an early post
JAMAICA DUGIE those planning.to attend will be expected to provide
Applications were put in sacks numbered consecu- Alw .-s a friend their own wrestling equipment for practice of techniques
tively so the Orioles collld tell which were mailed first. and methods demonstrated during the clinic.Spearing

13 THEMIAMI TIMES, Friday..Segtember.30,. 1966 __.. '-. ', ,I It..

I Auto Parts Training AnnouncedA -

LET'S im mimes new job training op- Applicants should visit the'I-
portunity under the Man- Commercial Office of the
Byt Norman E. Jones power Development and Florida State Employment
Training Act has just been Service at 14 First Ave- t.. .
announced the Florida for additional
by nue in Miami
SCARED DEMOS JOIN SCARED REPUBLICANSA State Employment Service. information.

crack in the armor of Democratic invincibility in Recruiting for trainees as
the one-party dominated state of Florida when Euguen auto parts salesmen is now
The class,
Sturchio, duly elected democratic candidate for Congress underway. open
only to residents of the City
from the 5th Congressional District, got cold feet of MlamlwlllbeglnonMon- SPEAK TO SPITZER
and withdrew in the face of the tough competition from day, October 17th. ABOUT
incumbent Republican Ed Gurney the general election. Harry L. Tyson, Metropolitan BUYING A HOMEOUTSTANDING
Not only did Sturchio turn chicken after being selected Area Manager of the I
Florida State Employment
In the but the deomcratic VALUE
by Democratic primary, Service said today the course
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placement, preferring to give the office by default cants an opportunity to be- down, $79 mo. No closing "
than to risk defeat by incumbent Ed Gurneyj< ,,. 1 come proficient in an occupa- cost. Sparkling 2 bedroom
This is what happens under the long ;Domination tion which has a potential CBS, partly forn., large
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imagination and festered with inferior candidates. The from $28 to $58 per week
party has lost its virility under a system where they will be paid to qualified * y

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TELL OURADVERTISERS (1), the only Negro assistant director in the film industries
the 5th District must be a big boost in morale for total.SPITZER .
the Republican party and Republican candidates in $10,000, goes over the shooting schedule with Victor
REALTY Buono, between scenes of "Who's Minding the Store?"?
Florida and cause them to wage a harder fight on sub- YOU SAW IT IN THE
stantial issues and to put candidates in the field for (REALTOR filmed at Columbia Pictures Corporation's Holly-
every. elective office on every level. TIMES PL 9-8141 wood Studio. Buono, who has been previously associated
All they have to do is quit giving the elective offices with heavy dramatic roles is making his first
to the Democrats by default, win a few victories, appearance in a comedy. Franklin: who got his start at
then they can keep their offices by defaulting Demo- NBC working on the parking lot, rose to become one of
crats. the networks stage managers. lie recently completed

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15 WORDS OR LESS,$1.25. K FOR ADDITIONAL wnnn"PiABUHE adults, 634-4313. afternoon, 4-5 days, cook one 6907 NW 15th Ave. Ph: 691-
light housekeeping, 5088.
FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Direct from owner. 3 bedroom,, Manor Park area. 633-3965.
-- large porchoak
I floorcarport, -
FOR SALE I large lot. $500 down, move Male. Ex-servicemen. 20-30 Live in. Must be reliable one,

lot, awnings, FOR SALE right in. See 4122 NW 11th years old. Good pay, Call experience in child care, general -
House, comer all dec. *100 down. Anyone. Vets FOR SALE Place. Call owner, 758-8749. 681-4161. 8-5 p.m. I house work, good local I
3 bedroom newbath non Vets. Like Split Level residents reference. 5tt days.
kitchen, floors, bedroom new 2-3.4 f Cravera 250 NW 96th street Barber. Supreme Barber Shop, $45 week 624-5375.
in rear. Total CBS homes like Lake Estate .
room new: Like 5552 NW 17th Avenue.CHILDCARE
private 1201 NW 86th St. OX Oily: 9100 down and from $63 Completely and tastefully new CBS, comer, carport -
price month pays all. One (1) rum. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, with custom built, $1200
3-0817. mor total
price. $74
large Fla mo. 758-8749.
room and
-- tgagc. Call now to see these over size
bedroom beautiful garage, central heat and 3 air --
Home by owner,2 homes today. Juanitafe Kindergarten pick
NW E. conds. well 1876 NW 51st St.
dining room, Fla room, for 'Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip ler pump and sprink CBS, porch, carport, oak up and deliver service. For
system for
call 757-6507. Top Realty care of a information call OX 12350. For Sale
appointment 7540483._ beautiful landscaped lot with floors, tile roof, $500 down,
relaxing $79 mol pays all, move rightin.
$250 down $75 mo. Seller Pays Closing Costs Que. Near patio,built-in IBar-B- Call owner 758-8749. EARN 7 ROOM HOUSE

CBS,3 bedroom, stove, refrig. Bunche Park, 2480 NW 155thSt. school, shopping
roof awnings, no closing CBS and all transportation. Call Large EXTRA MONEYTo ,
tile awning windows, bedroom apt. Fla $100 down. $61.37 mo.
cost, $11,500 vacant. AI fenced yard, freshly painted, Mitizi at Kaiser Lee Real room, unfum., kitchen (urn. buy a home

,&.:".'.''Il.._ Realtor...__u_ _. 10124_ __ NW FHA price $9,800 with $300 tors, PL 7-4588. adults or working count- To start children's education For six years. Full

7th Ave. 754-5426. down and $59.41 mo. (Vets Seller $80 mo. 757-0177 0;528 NW fund price $3,500.

-- $100 down) Key at Life Closing Costs 47th St. APt. 1. To pay off dtbts 3251 NW 68 STREET

$100 down $65 mo. Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, Or even start a savings

CBS, 3 bedroom, carport,, Ave. PL 9-4371. Open eves front porch, large lot, stove $16 week, unfum. 6 room, account
fireplace, new,roof, no closing and Sundays. and refrig. Price is $12,000and frame, 3380 NW 52nd Street. PHONES:
7th $400 down and $74.54 Drive a cab full or
cost, near Ave. --- mo. --- part
10500. Al Tirella Realtor, Seller Pays Closing Costs (vets $100 down). Life Realty $20 week, unfum. 6 room, time. Interesting work os

10124 NW 7th Ave. 754-5426. 2 bedroom CBS, Fla room, Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. frame, 6738 NW 23rd Place. you are meetingnewpeople 696-6389

:- freshly painted inside and PL 9-4371. Open eves" Sun. constantly IIZIBLER

Duplex $311 down out, appliances, convenient Nice one bed. apt., adults

CBS, 2 bedroom each side, location, 1751 NW 80th St. A $100 down. Anyone. Vets or only. $12 to $22.50 week. TAXI 691-1548

Terrazzo floors,refrig., stove, real bargain at $10,000, FHAI non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 Dixie Rental, 6332429. 1025 W. Flogger Street

near 79th St. 12900. Al I with $300 down (Vets $100 bedroom, CBS homes like --- Indef

Tirella nealtor, 10124 NW 1, down) and $60.67 mo. Key at new. Only $100 down andfrom Nice one bed. CBS, $20.50

7th Ave. 754-5426. Life Realty, Broker, 4932 NW $63 mo. pays all. One mort week. Dixie Rental, 6332429.

--- 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Open gage. Call now to see these Dixie Rental, 633-2429.

Private Owner, 3 Lots eves and Sunsays.I beautiful homes today. E* --- IMMEDIATE OPENINGS I
150 feet frontage, 2 bedroom, Harry Denny, Realtor. Tip 2 bedroom house, $20 to

frame house with garage, lan I No Qualifying Top Realty, 754-0483. $25 weekly, Dixie Rental,

ideal for 10 unit apt. 257 i $78 month pays all, CBS, 2 --- 633-2429.
Beautiful Arcola Lake
NW 65th St. 624-3285. (TF) bedroom, Fla room, lovelyarea MJA BUS OPERATORS
$700 down, 1002 NW 85th St. Deluxe duplex, 2 bed. unfum.
---- $1200 down, $11,750
Lots, 15th Ave and 75th &:total. A Ben-Kori, Realtor, Exceptional CBS home with like new, $95 mo. Harry

ouse and lot. Pay like..612. NW 60th St., anytime, lovely. Large Fla room landscaped, overlookingwater. lot. Denny, 754-0483, Tip Top NO LAYOFFS
1331 NW 55th St. JE 8-1340. 751-2243. Realty.
A must see. Kaiser & Lee ---- *
Loan money, buy house.
Realtors's PL 7-4588. 1 bed. house, unfum., no
$400 Down *
children $22.50 week PAID SICK LEAVE
--- CBS,
Sacrifice, 2 CBS homes, total Or Vets $200 down.Nice home
$400 Down $75.67 Mo. very nice, 2031 NW 92nd St. *
price 12200. 1360 and oak floors, 2 bed., Fla room, PAID VACATIONS
3 bedrooms Phone 751-2243.
large carport, :
and 1364 NW 64th St. Across carport, lovely yard. 12300. RETIREMENT PROGRAM
near school and all trans-
from school and bus. No $89 mo. pays all. A. Ben-
qualifying, cash needed, Kori, Realtor,612 NW 60th St. portation. Kaiser Lee Real- Open Daily HOSPITALIZATION & LIFE INS.
tors. PL 7-4588 8241 NW 14th PI. $900 do.
$3200 owner, 373-8369 or anytime, 751-2243. *
---- No qualifying, modem, 3 bed, UNIFORM ALLOWANCE
room, 2 full bath CBS,
owner *
will take second at
Lease or sale. Ideal for Big family special or home FOR RENT %6 interest. No balloons.
doctor, dentist, attorney and income. Beautiful custom
$95 mo. plus escrow for taxes
many others. 2260 NW 62ndSt. built, 2 bedroom, 2 bath home Luxury 2 bed. CBS $29. and insurance. Blackstone Annual
Eves. 688-4825. Sep.30 plus 1 bedroom, 1 bath home, Nice 2 bed. apt. $20. Average Wages
Realty, 1202 NW 54th St.
----- I large fenced lot.Only $18,800 Lovely 1 bed. duplex $19.
total, FHA terms. A. Ben- Nice 1 bedr. plus porch $19. PL 1-4051.

Have A Nice Life Kori, anytime, 751-2243. Good 1 bed. apt. $19. -Female--Only.-Room. Private $6,400 I:

2 bedroom CBS, freshly decorated ... Nice 1 bed. CBS apt. $17.50 entrance and bath. 925 NW

inside and out. All 1 Business Building Small nice effcy. furn. 1 person 52nd St. Phone 7574767.

rooms large size. Barrel tile New office Building for professional $11.LIBERTY .
roof, awnings, carport, front people or sub con RENTAL AGENCY Downtown area one bedroom,

and back porches. $12,000with tractors. Only $2500 down, 2020 NW 62nd St. fume apt. all utilities. $19. APPLY NOW
$400 down and $72 mo. near Shell City grocery store.A. 633-7809

(Vets $100 down). Life Realty" Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW Rental effecy. Agency$14. ,Call NE Mickins 4-0500. MTA needs qualified, safe drivers age
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. 60th PL 94371. Open nites and Sundays.___ 5317 cr 635-9513. 21-45; 8th grade education, glasses permuted *

Sundays. 3 bed., 2 bath, CBS, beautifullike Furn. effcy. $15 wk. gas, Fla. chauffeurs license.
waste remover.
water, light,
Seller -y-Closing Costs new, low down payment. House, cute 2 bed. $17 wk. 2221 NW 57th Ave. Call be-
Reasonable monthly paymentsmove 3115 NW 65th St. 373-7973 or
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath. tween noon and 3 p.m. Sat.
right in. No qualifying, HI 4-8004. APt. fum. 4 rooms DADE COUNTY PERSONNEL DEPT.
CBS,nicely landscaped comer Call broker right now, MartinM. $22 wk. 653 NW 27th !;t. APt. settle
fenced yard. Fla room, tile Berney, 6246983. 3, go see then call 3737873or Room in private home, JUSTICE BUILDING
roof, awnings, fire place, pa Ifl 4-8004. sober man. Quiet. Call 634-
tio, close-in 9654. 47th Street area. 1351. NW 12 STREET 5TH FLOOR
by shopping like
3 bed., 1 bath, CBS, new ---
school, bus. A very good condition, fence, awnings.See Large 1 bed. apt. ni rely furn. ----

buy at $15,500 with $500 down. at 1865 NW 69th Terr. No Fla room, adults or working Very nice two bedroom duplex,

$100 mo. Life Realty, Broker qualifying, low down payment. couple. $85 mo. 7570177. nice location, 7032 NW 5th

4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Move right in. Call broker 528 NW 47th St. Place.
eves. sundays.
right now, Martin M. Bemey, -----
-- Liberty City area, 3 bedroom,
200T"NW) 93rd Street -624-6983.-- unfum. apt. $22.50 wk. call EDISON 1 I
Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 2 SpecialsDRIVE
'lots, comer, tile roof, se- 3 bed, 1 bath, CBS, See at Mickins Rental Agency, NE
2946 NW 57th St. Low down 40500.Opalocka.
parate garage, wall to wall
information call, --
carpeting, fenced yard, cus- payment. For $18 2424 NW 81 TERRACE.
broker right now. This houseis 2 bed. unfurn.
refrig.tom-built Seller kitchen, awnings closing, being refinished. MartinM. wk. Call Mickins Rental BY THEN CALL US TO SEE

pays Agency, 681-8213. THE INSIDE
costs. FHA price $16,000with Bemey, 624-6983.
----- $250 down. $70.39
$600 down and $93.32 ---- Will share my lovely 2 bed. no. ((1)) 8600 NW 14th Court Home and Income or
2 duplexes that are excellent $11,500 FHA
mo. Key at Life Realty, Have deals. Located in home in Lake front with I lady. could be 3 bedroom, 2 both home. $200 down.

94371.Broker, 4932 Open NW evenings 7th Ave.and PL right area. If you are lookingfor Near bus. 6962240. No closing cost. FHA. Total price only $9800.

the ---
something to help pay
Sundays. mortgage get the informationon i 2 bed. house, both private, ((2)) 835 NW 84th Street CBS, 2 bedroom, ter-

these right now. can convenient location on comer CBS, tile roof, carport razzo floors, carport, $300 down, FHA terms.

Fora Better Life! broker, Martin M. Berney, lot. 5729 NW 24th Avenue. Fenced yard

Beautiful home on extra large 6246983. ----- ((3)) 1866 NW 47th Street No qualifying, home

'lot, tile roof, garage,' lovely Room in private working home lady.for and income. Large 3 bedroom, CBS home with

Fla' room, fenced yard, stove, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS like clean 6910425.intelligent Fla room plus 1 bedroom frame cottage. $2,000

refrig., air cond., washing new, beautiful, see at 6345 Call BISCAYNE REALTY down will handle.
machine, wall to wall SW 62nd Ave. No qualifying --
adults 739
furn. ,
bedroom, 159-8600
This is an outstanding low down payment, move rightin. 2 NO QUALIFYING

home. Price $13,500 with Call broker right 624-6983.now. NW-77th Terr.- 1094 NW 54 STREET 4 bedroom plus one bedroom cottage. Small
$450 Martin M. Berney,
Key down and $81.62 month. $20 week. Five room CBS, down payment near NW 7th Ave. Completely furn.
at Life Realty, Broker,
& water. 2398 NW
4932 NW 7th $250 down, $82 mo. pays all. Free gas
Ave. PL 9-4371.
Open eves & sundays. 1151 NW 37th St. Lovely) 61st St. ((5)) 8431 NW 22nd Place No qualifying. Nice

------- CBS, no closing cost. Alla- ---- 765 clean 2 bedroom CBS home, tile roof, large kitchen *
Building. PRAYER
$100 pattah Realty, 6330426.Nice New CBS county taxes only.$71 mo. pays everything,
ARyane. Vets 01 NW 69th St. 2 bedroom apt. FORMULA CHART I IPschye takes $2500 down. '
Vets Like new vacant free gas & water. Adults
2-3-4 lots, easy terms physical tempi of
kly 00In CBS home like new.Allapattah Realty 633-0426. only. the Divine Moth.r, Inc. secret WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXESFHA

IIIonth 100 down and from $63 ------ ---- pray.r formula hart. TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
pays all. One (I) mer qualifying 566 NW 22nd Street
no out
down being tent
tellO. $350 My prayer or*
now to these St.. Home and One bedroom
see 2151 NW 46th and blessings! are coming In.
Harry beautiful horses today. E..'income. Vacant move right in. rear duplex $18 wkly. Send for Fr. Doily Bletting. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Top Denny R .nor, Tip Allapattah Realty, 633-0426.' ALSO How to get what you wont DISPCACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
Realty, 75+0483. 3333 NW 69th Street through this new way of
-----4-_ 3 bedroom. CBS homeunfum. .If.oddr..dl
-- Prayer.
For sale half 7051 NW 29th Ave. No quali- $27 wkly, both apt. vacant. .nv.lop. to R.v. C. Fortter, EDISON REALTY, Realtors
Duplex. )
Badly. damaged fying. $85 per mo. pays all. Immed. occupancy. Call P. 0. Box 56, St. Alban,

nam' *. Call eves.inside 688-5825.by te 633-0426 Allapattah, Realty. 3517 NW day eves 4446126.Mr. Gross HI 8-2824 or N. Y. 1412. 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441



" THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 30, 1966 '

Youth Arrested In July- 4 MurderStanley \tWMBM f.

Bernard Folger, clde Capt. Richard Shelton, death of Charles Edward a murder warrant alter Smith
l, 19, was arrested Wednesday who had answered another Smith 22,of 6710 N.W. 24th died. TOP 50 J'
for the fatal July 4 shooting detective's call for assistance Ave. Smith died Saturday Foleer's arrest followeda 1
which sparked a free-for-all when the youth was spotted two months after he as shot. tip that he could be in the
fight at Virginia Beach. and ran. Two youths were arguing area of N.W. Seventh to 10th
Folger was captured in a Folger, who lives at 4903 about a dance contest at the Streets and 20th to 15th Ave- 1. B-A-B-Y Carla Thomas Stax
wooded lot by herW's homi- N.W. 18th Ave., was found time of the shooting police nues. 3. Beauty Is Only Skin Deep Temptations Gordy
lying face down in some said. Detectives had been Cruising the area Detective 3. Reach Out, I'll Be There Four Tops Motown
bushes at N.W. Ninth ave. searching for Folger since Jay Huff spotted Folger,who 4. You Can't Hurry Love Supremes Motown
PHI DELTA KAPPA and 17th St. Shelton hand July 4 when witnesses identified also spotted the officer. The 5. Knock On Wood Eddie Floyd Stax
cuffed Folger without a fight. him as the assallan. detective fired several shotsin 6. Dreamer's Hall Of Fame Jeb Stuart Eureka
HOLDS FIRST MEET The youngster was arrested An aggravated assault the air as Folger ran. He 7. My Sweet Potatol Booker Loo Booket T.&M.G.'s Stax
Alpha Delta Chapter of on a first degree murder warrant was issued for his then called for assistanceover 8. Lil Darling Marvin Gaye Tamala
the National Sorority of Phi warrant obtained after the arrest, but was replaced by his police radio. 9. The Beat Major Lance-Okeh
10. Love Is A Hurting Thing Lou Rawls Capital
Delta Kappa held its initial ...,
:;" ',,' 11. Looking Solomon Burke Stlantic
meeting at Toby's Restaurantat ,,: : ." Keep
629 NW 54th St. Saturday, ',' 12. Land Of 1000 Dances Wilson Pickett-Atlantic
Sept. 10. Plans were initi- 13. Stay With Me Lorrane Allison Lorna
ated for the year. Soror Margaret jA 14. Phylly Dog Herbie Man Atlantic
Smith was the hostessfor 4s.tt 15. Whispers Jackie Wilson Brunswick
theoccasion. On Saturday R 16. Man Loves Two Little Milton Chess
Sept. 24, the sorority met at 17. Have Fun Ann Cole Roulette
the beautiful home of Soror 18. I Need A Girl Righteous Broth rs Moonglow
Louise Thomas. Plans of aY 19. I've Got To Love Somebody's Baby
activities were completed for Johnny Taylor Sax
the year. 20. Working In The Coal Mine Lee Dorsey Amy
The "Tops" a youth group 21. Poverty Bobby Bland Duke
sponsored by the sorority, 22. Woman Will Do Wrong Helene Smith Deep City
held I its initial "Get-Together 23. Stand In For Love O Jay's Minit
Acquaintance Tea" for their 24. Can't Get You Off My Mind Art FreemanFame
parents at the NW YWCA cen- 25. To Make.A Big Man Cry Roy Head Back Beat
ter. A lovely program was 26. Said I Wasn't Going To Tell Sam & Dave Stay
presented by the"g>rls. Gloria 27. Shake Your Tambourine Bobby Marchan Cameo
Parker was the speaker for 28. Never Let Me Go Van Dykes Mala
this occasion.Mrs. 29. I Wanna Be With You Dee Dee Warwick Mercury
Lemmie Mitchell and 30. I Chose To Sing The Blue Ray Charles .
her committee will counsel 31. You Never Really Know Velvetts Gordy
the girls in the areas of \ 4 rr I 33. When Summer's Gone Roy alettes MGM
scholastic endeavors social
and moral standards. i 34. Pouring Water On A Drowning Man
James Carr Goldway
35. I've Got To Do Better Joe Tex Dial
36. Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa Otis Redding Volt
37. Fancy Free Mary Wells Atco'
BIRTHSThe 38. It Was A Very Good Year Della Reese A.B.C.
39. It's Just Me The Chantels Verve
Yaeger Clinic, 1177 A 40. I Need You Baby Alden Ray Minit
NW 62nd Street reports the 41. Crackin Up Ov r You Roy Hamilton R.C.A
following births on its Mater- 4a( >. Bang, Bang Joe Cuba Tito
nity Ward.
43. Just Like A Fish Jr. Parker Mercury
44. Up In Heah Jr. Wells Bright Star
Juanalicia Humming,5 lbM
45. Open The Door To Your Heart
14 oz., to Lorenzo and Shirley .
Mighty Vikings Federal
Hammings, 1117 68th
17.Lametra. NW St. : 46. Nothing Really Feels The Same Lou Rawls Capitol
Sept. 47.: S cret Love Billy _Stewart Chess
48. Patch My Heart Mad LadsVolt
Althea Gat son, Western Union's John Adamson, General Supervisor of Employee Relations at 49. Just Don't Know What To Do
7 lb., 4 oz., to Larry and
Gwendolyn Gatson, 4821 NW I New York, extends greetings to Mrs. Larzette G. Hale, newly-elected Supreme Basi- Dionn Warwick Scepter
16th Ave. Sept. 19. !leus of the 40,000 member Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, at the organization's annual 50. A Satisfied Mind Bobby Herb Phillip
Boule in Los Angeles. Western Union was among a number of industrial corpora- PICK HIT:
James Jessie Fulton, 6 lb. tions exhibiting when the group met recently. Bam, Bam G ransv ill e Williams Federal I
11 oz., to James and Janet
Fulton, 501 NW 4th & Sept.
19. '

Daryl Dwayne Wilson,8 lb.
to George and Mary Wilson,
1410 NW 61st St. Sept. 21.

Michael Dwayne Bethel, 5
lb., 14 oz., to Helen Bethel,
16225 NW 22nd Ave.Opa-locka
Sept. 24.

Lumbarto Jones, 6 lb. 3
oz., to sigh and Margaret
Jones, 1545 NE 153rd Terr.,

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