The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00382

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Register' to Vote! Books In Your Neighborhood Sept. 21-25 t'"




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I Boy 15, Drowns :Striking Garbage Collectors Had ss r CauseDr.

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Fleeing Police Homer Wins
County Manager
Glenn for questioning but Glenn Frazier Miami's First
Chambers, 15, of ''I.
2010' N.W. 153rd Street drowned j jumped out at 19th Ave and ,
when he New Friends By Action
plunged into an started running.The .

Opa Locka canal in attemptto officers chased himon Physician Dies at 90Dr. I
week's would be deduct-
"Inasmuch as have done pay
escape from pursuing foot for four blocks but ye
policemen.The failed to catch him before he Solomon McKenzie it unto one of these, the least ed.They
of ." had to wait two weeks
patrolmen reportedthat jumped into the canal. Frazier, 90, died last Mon ,d ryk my brethren.
they found Glenn pushinga Police said the two boys day night at his home, 1761 In the minds of many of for adjustment of errors in

younger boy in a grocery were stopped because of the N.W. 55th Terrace.Dr. w > our cjtizcns, garbage collec- their paychecks.
cart at 12:30 in the morning. lateness of the hour and the Frazier practiced medicine ? ay 1a tors undoubtedly fit into the If clothing were given them I
They both in cart had. above by a sympathetic householder -
put police cars grocery they in Miami for 60 category, and certain
years county bosses apparently they had to leave it and
and was widely known, well
would liketo keep them therein. go back after work to get it
loved and highly respected.He It's overlookedthat to avoid suspicion of their
And Frisk Law was, according to Pioneer having stolen it.
Stop residents, the first Ne- s many of these men are
victims of circumstance, Eight shower stalls to serve*.
gro physician to begin practice
possessing unlimited poten- 296 men (garbage men)
in this city. tialities were being used for storing
potentialities that .
have been
Makes Policeman Many and yarns remain dormant stifled by tires!
woven passed along
down the around his obstacles that have been deliberately They suffered many Indig-
years placed.We nities from the men under
the road" to Dania
trips "up
confess that felt bit- whom they worked.
and "down the road" to Co- we
ter toward the But thanks to County
and garbage men
in the
JuryAttorney conut Grove, early
years of his practice.It for striking (and our over- Manager Porter Homer,
flowing garbagecanwasno acted as a true humani-
was quite an event to
Donald Wheeler Walter Gwinn, representingthe palliative) but we realize now tarian, there'll be some
children to that era when Miami at 4700 N.W.
Jones, president of the local Criminal Defense Attor- ; now that they have not had a changes made. Starting
"doctor" pedaled by, on his 32nd Avenue BroWnsville/
branch of the NAACP and A. neys Association, and Howard ; square deal; they had just Monday, September 20, the
of his black
errands mercy, Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
D. Moore, president of the Miami W. Dixon of the Florida grievances grievances that men will receive overtimepay
satchel swinging to and fro 301 N.W. 9th Street, wherehe
chapter of CORE, appeared Civil Liberties Union on the for the main went unheeded for all extra collecting;
before the Miami legal from the handlebars of his was one of the tenor singers until last they will be able to accept
city com- aspects of the ordinance as a resort, they
bicycle.He Choir No. 1 until about
missioners yesterday and vehemently took their radical action. clothing at the time given;the
ministered to the sick, four years ago when ill tires will be removed from the
'pleaded with that Some of their grievances
Owinn told the commission
charging a nominal fee for health forced him to conserve
body to reject the "stock and that the ordinance "entruststhe follow: shower stalls; and of no
frisk" ordinance.The freedom and privacy of his 'isits; in many cases nev- his energies. Their pay is about $1.63 small Importance, they will

ordinance empower s each individual to the discretion er receiving payment.Dr. Funeral services were heldat per hour, supposedly for an be treated more like the men ,... ,

."''i policemen to stop persons,on ,of, a, police officer and Frazier was Instrumental 4 p.m. Thursday, at Mt. 8-hour day. But,after ,rush- they are than like targets for l
the streets, demand identi- let's face it, we have bad In the building of the Zion Baptist Church, with Ing through their work to insults and other indignities. ..
fication and to ''search them police officers in this city. Christian Hospital l, located the Range Funeral Home in gain an hour of time for We highly applaud Man

without an arrest. It had been ."My freedom and yours first at 1200 N.W. 1st Place, charge of arrangements. themselves under the "incen- ager Homer for his consid-

under study since March and cannot be entrusted to every tive plan" they would be sent erate treatment of these men

the subject of much controversy man who wears a badge. You on another route,worked for allowing them to use his
heated at times. are being asked to take up Job Discrimination Cost United about four hours more, for plush air-conditioned office

"This law is an amazing the torch and go to the tar which they received no pay. for private conferences; for

leap backward, Jones said. pits. States $23 Billion A YearJob Should a collector fail to ordering such sweeping
"Tt is an instrument of tyranny Also voicing strong op- .show up on Monday, a changes in policy and man
against Miami's colored position to the law was Com- ners under which the
heavy-load day an entire
discimination costs the of the service, set up by the
missioner Aronovitz
population." Sidney suffered long also to
so ;
United States about $23 billion 1964 Civil Rights Act. He
He warned that it will no basing his opposition on the County Mayor Chuck Hall
doubt have serious grounds that i it would make a year in terms of gross made the remark in a booklet been demonstrated beyonda and Cou Commissioner
the policemen "the judge andjury" national product. So said published by the Anti- doubt that good race relations Thomas
quences-raising resentment Leroy Collins, former director Defamation League of B'nai means good business." Alalley.
in individual
against while police- taking away It
men-already there-to the rights, "Cause for alarm"he of the Community Relations B'rith, titled "A Conversation Boycotts and fear of violencewere was understanding truly a sympatheticand that
Service on Monday of with Leroy Collins. dted as having seriously ear
boiling point. "Most white said is contrary to the ru- Manager Homer lent "unto
this week. The former of 1 entire communities.
people won't be stopped by ling of the Supreme Court. governor crippled these, the least. ,"
police but scores of Negroeswill. The central issue was the Collins is the first director Florida bald, "I think it has .

." provision permitting a policeman .
"There is high crime in to stop and search individuals :::::.:.:. ::::::.: .. .X.t.: 11 ",
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if in the officer's ;"rf t"I.:: .....:.:.:.:. > 5I ... V.8: :l
Negro areas but this law ..:;. ...:1:.......... : =< ': :'
won't end it. It will create a opinion the person's per- '::::::-:.;:.:. ':..:..:, :':..i' .<*, ,'.. .. _______
police state for the Negro. sence would"warrant alarm." ...t./.. .:--N': : : _

You solve crime by ending the Aronovitz said he'd sup- f'.':.:...:,...i....:.IN......... >:\:,.''':.';.'.'
that it the ordinance if the ......... .
problems cause by port -- ..... :::: : '' :':
IsM ,
hiring more police and paying words "under circumstances '. ../..:."'..:..:.:-:. '.:.'..
themmore"the attorney said. that warrant alarm for the sa-

Jones and Moore were sup- fety of persons or property in

ported in their stand againstthe the vicinity" be stricken and

ordinance by Attorney (Continued on Page $&*

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Miami, Students Get Rush

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iEr.om. White 1 .fraternities

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Two Miami freshmen broke .

another color barrier at the

University of Florida last \

week. I

For the first time
history of the state i

Negroes attended i

rush parties.

Percy 0. Brown Jr
Wayne Fulton, both
of Booker T.

here, where accepted -. -

ed as rushees at Pictured above are members of the Women's Auxiliary ty, Mo.; Cora P. Jenkins, Columbia, S.C.; Ollie Cof-

fraternity houses. Chrisad of National Association of Mailhandlers-Watch- fey, Kansas City, No.; ,Shirley Florian, Omaha, Neb.;

The boys attended men-Messengers and Group Leaders, who convened at Mary D. Williams, Chicago, Ill.; Hope M. Kinsey, Miami \

rush functions at Tau the Deauville Hotel on Miami Beach, August 30 th/u Fla.; Helen Kennedy, Miami, Fla.
lon Phi
September The sessions for
were treated as all 3. were very interesting
women of Local 65 who just recently organized. Mrs. Standing are: Mildred Wall, Greensboro, NC; I

ees.The only trouble Hope Kinsey who is president of Local 65 occupie d Helen Arrington, Kansas City, Mo.; Geraldine Greene '

one of the beautiful suites in the Deauville along with Memphis, Tenn.; Gloria Smith, Kansas City, Mo.; Gracie '100

at the Kappa Alpha her husband Al who is president of Local 65. Gist, Columbia, S.C.; Dolores Gilmore, Memphis,
nity house was that a Tenn. Emma Kansas Mo.
; Beauchamp, City, ; Sylvia
member told the boys Seated left to right are: Ellie Robinson Colum-
Foote, Detroit, Mich.; Maurice E. Tate, Memphis,
ly that the fraternity's bia, S. C.Anne Flory, Washington, D.C.; Marcellas Tenn.; Pearl Lampkins, Miami, Fla.; Thelma C. Mum-

excluded all but white Beatty, Washington, D.C.; Wilma M. Hunt, Kansas Ci ford, Miami, Fla.


2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 17, t96S _. .

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Be Equal PHILADELPHIA-NPI-Father Divine-wh&ruled over IS

the "Kingdom of Peace" for several decades-is dead.
I The popular cult leader, believed by many of his fol-
by Whitney M. Young Jr. lowers to be "immortal" succumbed to a heart attack last

week at his plush mansion, Woodmont, in surburban Olad-
Executive Director National Urban League didWHAT's
-wyne.With the almost legendary religious leader at the time
of his death was his Canadian-born white "spotless virgin -
bride" and 18 secretaries. Father Divine was an early
advocate of racial'integration.
The drive by Negro citizens for full voting rights ap-
pears certain to have a tremendous impact on business in the Born George Baker on a rice farm near Savannah, Oa.,
Father Divine's age was estimated at about 100 years. A
At first bkush, the confrontation at Selma, Ala., Boga- Moving to Baltimore, he worked as a handyman and la- r,

lusa, La., Jackson, Miss., and in other Deep South cities ret returned to Georgia. .
He was tried for lunacy in 1941 after his "rebirth" as
would appear to have unsettling impact on their economies. :
Indeed it does when the denial of voting rights and lib- "the messenger." However, he was acquitted with the sti- -
erti es becomes a national issue. pulation that he leave the state. : .1
But in the long haul, the steady rise of the Negro vote He finally settledin New York and became a self-styled
in the South is the best friend which southern business has- prophet. After four years on Manhattan's Westside, he purchased
and the best friend of the southern whites, too. a 12-room house in a white section of Sayvilie } i'.tl

The states and cities where Negroes vote without intimidation Long Island.
are among the most prosperous and bustling in the Adopting the name "the Rev. M. J. Divine," he found 4i
South. In places where Negroes dare not vote, business lags- employment for hundreds of his friends as domestics in
and for good reason, wealthy Long Island homes. V : i
Their politicians, like Gov. George C. Wallace of Ala- These grateful friends began showing up at his homeon _
bama, who bar the polls to Negro citizens, make cheap politi- Sundays to offie thanks. Father Divine entertained with
cal capital on the racial issue. Campaigns in the Democratic feasts and began holding services.In r
primaries for the highest offices in the state never focus on 193h acting on complaints of neighbors, police
the racial issue of grinding poverty which besets the peoplebut raided Father Divine's Long Island "Heaven" and jailed First Mother Divine (above disappeared from pu-
on the myth of bloc Negro voting, intermarriage, states him on charges of maintaining a public nuisance.He blic view in 1941. Five years later, after marrying the

rights-anything but reality. was convicted and sentenced to a year in jail. Four present Mother Divine-with whom (below) he is cut I
Moreover, a governor sets himself above the Constitution days later the jurist who sentenced the cult leader State- cake-he confided
ting 10th wedding anniversary to
who tolerates widespread lawlessness, who runs his Supreme Court Justice Lewis J. Smith died-although he
state like a feudal fiefdom, inevitably is a man of, shall we seemed in good health. his followers that his first spouse had died.

say, foreshortened vision. Such men, set against letting Ne- His followers were elated proclaiming:
groes vote, also oppose all efforts by Negroes to help them- "Our Lord has struck down the judge!"
selves, and to rise out of poverty, while at the same time Father Divine was released on appeal a few months, later -
clai ming that Negroes are disinterested in helpimg themselves. and he moved to Harlem and set up a lavish residence.
Earlier this year, for instance, when the National Urban Donations began to pour in and the pint-size (5ft., 2in.)
'league and local civic leaders of both races calld! < an anti- cult leader had soon established a vast real estate syndi-
poverty conference in Birmingham to find ways to help Negro cate, said, at times, to be worth over $100 million.In .
citizens help themselves, Governor Wallace reportedly wired the early 1940's,he moved his headquarters to Phila-
white mayors discouraging their participation.Even delphia to avoid paying a $4,476 judgment he lost to a defected
though the conference attracted high Federal of- angel.
ficials and hundreds of Negro leaders from across the state, His marriage, in 1946 to Edna Rose Ritchings took
not one white mayor turned up even though a number had made place secretly in Washington and was disclosed three
advance registration plans. months later at a banquet in Father Divine's 32-room man-
Obviously, the pace of economic upgrade was set back; sion. It was his second marriage.The .
so was the purchasing power and prosperity of Negro citi- Divine real estate empire also includes property

zens, so was the prosperity of the state's white residents. in Australia, Switzerland, Sweden and England.
However, if Negro leaders are successful in implementing Divine Peace Missions supplied free or low-cost:: mealsto

the Federal voting law to enable their followers to vote, millions.
lie stressed among his followers the virtues of honestyand
southern politicians will have to change their tune. The old chastity and communal living and did not permit his ,

days of turning a Democratic party meeting into a kind of Ku i followers to smoke, drink alcoholic beverages or use cos-
Klux Klan rally with southerners waving the old bloody flag metics.

of intermarriage is out. Cooperative interracial planning for The movement publishes a weekly newspaper.New Day.
mutual socio-economic educational advancement is in. His attorney, Austin Norris, said Father Divine had
been disabled for at least a year. He said Mother Divine !' ;
If southern leaders obliged-by virture of the Negro 'i TTLu1ufuWfuUTI1
- his wife-had been keeping the organization going. Norris
obstruction and but
vote-not only to cease progress justice said the religious leader left all the money to the movement. A5)
to advocate it if they seek to remain in office end win higher Many whites hold membership in the predominantly Ne- t

office, then business in the South is certain to prosper. An gro movement.
economy cannot thrive if half its contributors are preventedfrom

contributing or turned into chronic, disgruntled depen jig


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Promotion Anti-Poverty Post -
imp ANARLITIRI Harry Denny Realtor
'All T"'-
UMIMUIlimn' /an ISTIMATi r
All vimirw r- CALL
recognition of the role he sociology from Morgan State
played in helping to keep the College.
peace in Cambridge following ________ Mouse ot Grctchen wi 7-5011
the racial troubles In 1963.
Capt. William A. Harris of 'WRWWWWBB Formerly Cretchen-NichoUt Plastic Covers :
the Maryland National Guard _. PLAYING
won a promotion and a post THROUGH
with the state Office of BcoSUpl'DODT., ', -

Harris 46, was upped to TV'lJYI? 1 I
major on Sept. 2. and transferred V \. I
to National Guard head-; \ :
quarters. .Y.)6C' Fw
A veteran of World War II, < *.
with overseas service in Eu- PICTURES . SEE
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 17, f965 Iri ;

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TWO CHICAGO WOMENSLAIN .; 'J/ BJ Reveals Negro Unemployment-J-t. ''II

Drop in August i ;

WASinNGTON-NPI The remaining 378 are ser- largest number of field wor-

.. sident Lyndon B. Johnson, ving as state and county com- kers are in Arkansas Missis-
last week announced that the mitteemen who work part time sippi..South and North Caro-
CHICAGO-NPI) The bod- Miss Williams had reportedly black 1 hose and a sweater. "unemployment rate for Ne- and have primary responsi- lina.. eorgia. Tennessee and
ies of, 'two attractive well- complained to police' that The other was dressed in groes was down to 7.6 per bility of assessing the eligibility Texas.
dressed young women their she was being forced to 'a'o t an orange sheath dress. with cent in August matching May of loan applicants.Of Eight of the 378 committeemen -
mouths and eyes taped with as a prostitute against her sleeves of simulated leopard of this year as the lowest the full-time employees serve on state advisory i
adhesive i and two bullet will.On skin material and black sheer rate since May 1957." 110 are professionals, serv- committees, 351 are full members -
holes in the head of each one occasion accord- The President's statement ing mainly as farm and home of'county committees and
was found last Thursday in a ing to reports, a man she iden- hose.Both alternates.stopping .
19 are
held undergarmentsin reported that the overall "na management specialists.
ditch-near a cemetery-in tified as a panderer
suburban dangledher
their hands and two articles tional unemployment rate was
Norwood Township. from a ninth floor windowto and searching of individuals -
found stuffed in the STOP AND FRISKin
were 4.5 per cent matching the level -
Police) identified the victims convince her she. couldn't peacebly walking
mouth of one of the victims. of July, and maintainingthe
their place substituted:
of the gangland-style quit prostitution. the street. While: the situation i
The bodies were discoveredby lowest rate since October .whom he has probablecause
slaying as Jo Ann Williams According to police re- is much better now, we remember -
notorist his "
a on way to 1947. Commenting on
believe is comit-
18, and Eddie Mae Harrison ports the two young womenoperated to too well the "discretion" -
19. work. He informed police who,, statistics releventtoi.egroes; ting, has committed or is
in the glitteringRush of the majority of
in turn, contacted the sheriff'soffice he said:
about to commit a felony an)
Investigating officers said
Street entertainment white policemen who patrolled -
the is is
because "It
area un particulary gratifying -
the victims been crime ecified in the muni-
had section of Chicago's near sp this area not so many
several times in recent monthson North Side in the shadow of incorporated.Police to see the especiallygood cipal code and charter of the yeah
records indicated gains made by our Ne- City of Miami. ." ago.
prostitution and shoplifting
the famed Gold We convinced that
Coast area. for Miss are
30 arrests Williamsand gro workers who have so The amendment
charges. was accepted
A spokesman from the measures must be taken -
for Miss Har- long suffered from high
23 arrests un
Cook County Coroner and the ordinance
An- Cook County Sheriff's office to rid Miami of the appalling -
drew Toman said the bodies rison.A. employment. was passed unanimously.It .
said the victims were high crime rate we
apparen- identified
showed some evidence of suspect as Negro employment is secretary -
pow- retains the rights to stop
tly "executed" while in in the
a have here, especially
an alleged panderer was of
Agriculture Orville -
der bums. The victims were and search without an arrest.
apparently shot at the kneeling position "obviously questioned by police and released L. Freeman's depart- Central District, but we are
spot by professionals." The Miami Times is un-
where the bodies were found on a writ of habeas ment has increased from 259 not convinced this is the bestnnnrnnrh
One victim wore a blonde equivocably oppoesd to the
it was indicated. corpus. to 631 since Last December.
wig a green two-piece dress, also -
Secretary Freeman no- -
ted that four years ago there

pendent of the Federal were only 80 Negroes working Owner Must Sell
Senate Confirms Hobart TaylorFor Government agency since 1945. in the department's Farmer
I Home
The job of the Eximbankis Administrationmostlyclerical

Export-Import Bank Boardlion to supply credit and other employees.The secretary also told FOR SALECorner3

financial services, such as the President that the Fed-
Washington D.C. Ho- guarantees and Insurance, to eral Extension Service will
bart Taylor, Jr., has been facilitate our country's foreign report shortly on civil rights
confirmed by the Senate as trade. compliance by Cooperative Bedrooms-2 Baths
a member of the board of directors ;, As a practical matter, it Extension Services in 13 Sou- '
of the Export-Import handles mainly export transactions thern states and in Maryland $95.83PER :
and thus can playa and Delaware. $13,700 CASH DOWN $2.700 MONTH

Bank.Mr.. Taylor, Executive Ir large part in keeping the Program reviews now un-

Vice Chairman of the Pres.Ident's favorable.nation's balance of payment der way indicate that state 5720 NW 21st Ave.,
Committee on Equal extension services are mov-
Employment Opportunityand i 4 tY4 Since the bank's creation ing rapidly to carry out the
Associate Counsel to the 31 years ago, it has author- 1964 Civil Rights Act. In a DRIVE BY AND SEE THEN
President, was nominated for ized loan, guarantee and insurance breakdown of the FHA Negro
the board by President John transactions total- employment Secretary Freeman Phone Owner UN 6-0655
son on August 26.Although ling more th n $18 billion.In disclosed that of the
he will be giving r doing so, it has assisted 631 Negro employees currently -
up his two former titlesto thousands of exporters employed, 253 are workingfull
manufacturers and sell- time.
take the new position, Mr.
of -- -- -- -- ----
Taylor will keep in close ers capital equipment
contact with the programs for agricultural commoditiesand
consumer goods,as well
which he formerly was re
sponsible. as suppliers of engineering, ,
.1.\Vf: e President Hubert H. services.construction _and shipping
Humphrey has asked him to
be his personal representative persons, have joined to- Under current legislation,
to Plans for Progressand gether to provide leadershipin the bank may have outstand-
the field of equal opportun- ing ; -
to continue to guide the commitments of up to '
program as he has in the ity.Mr. $9 billion. The bank has an
Taylor will be one of authorized mpltal of $1 bil- r yF 1J
past.Plans for Progress is a five directors of the Export- lion subscribed by the U.S.
Import Bank (Eximbank), Treasury on which it has
voluntary cooperative
pro- which was first created under'the paid dividends at the rate
of the President's Com1mittee 7
gram k kN.
laws of the Districtof of .
in which 316 major five per cent for the last
Columbia in 1934. It has several
American corporations, employing : years and has the
more than 8.6 mil- been a self-supporting inde- authority to borrow up to '
.$6 blllionfronttheTreasury.It IPj
UnliphtnPOTM (us)Unltttf States Still'Q i 1961 *..v..t wow" Pow m<.im CO.PQ>OIKM' pays interest on these bor- Sj

..va l:* q .. rowings: that are equivalent !
....., ,m iww.r i4 ou 1il'j: ;; 1; ili 1: t:1In : to the cost ofthe money to the |r K, i; M'Nl, py ,.

Treasury "A 'r"'.Vo' .".. .'......" .. ....." .' .... ............,.
Most of the bank's bor- {

rowed funds, however, are W
obtained in the private mar
ket through the sale of parti it comes alive on
+wS clpations in its loan portfolio.The ., .. .. .. .

mitments bank's arelimited outstandingcom-by legis- ''f}''''t r x t ,

lation to $9 billion C L mm1 R m T
The charter of the bank
directs it to supplement and !J' I'One

encourage private capital,
not to compete with it. Thus
the Eximbank never know-
ingly authorizes a loanwhen gj*
available "
private financing
to the borrower. The 1 bank's
credit Is used for exports of
specific V.S. goodsandservIces. I look and you'll agree there's no match for today's

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S With TV colorcasts tripling this fall, you'll have a

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R So live it up with the Magic 3 radio, stereo hi-fi,

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THE. MIAMI TIMES. Friday, September 17, 1965

,i ... ow Phil Ossofir NEGRO HISTORY
""ii tttjmm1r: I
I was thrilled to read that

Satchel Paige was signed by PRIMER --
the Kansas City Athletics for -----.q
Editor Dear Sir is my Hypothesis,then it only
' the rest of the season. Toeme The :
,. stands to reason that
. C. SIGIftUUND REEVES Editor and Publish% ** 1 old "Satch" is the greatest PUBLISHEDATLANTA In the Friday, September clusion would be that my con Mr.

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor pitcher baseball. has ever 3, 1965, edition of the MI- Jones, or an individual
. known. Unfortunately, because'' GEORGIA AMI TIMES there was alet- ,
Association of" the color of his skin, he The Student Voice, Inc. has would have a tough time
..1 NIt"'or of the Notloftol rUwspopars Publishers ter to the editor from yours beating Mr.
out of the major Kennedy, who
i was kept published a Negro history This letter expressedan
SUBSCRIPTION RATES his truly. incidentally, is an Incumbent.
. leagues during prime primer for the Student Non- about
F :CUE YEAR'$5.OO '- SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 years. But for the curse of racial violent Coordinating Com- unsolicited opinion I said to Mr. Jones, "I

'En *r.d as Socond Class Mott.r, August 9, 1927 at tho Post prejudice, he would cer- mittee (SNCC). the Wheeler possibility Jones winning of Donald in the WANT A WINNER" because
Office "'at Miami Florida, unoV trio oct of March 8, 1876 tainly have had a record that The 51-page book is de- Commissioner Mr. Jones and I have
would have outshone all signed to supplement Amer- up-coming more in common than Edith
Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avonuo Phono OX 1-0421"CREDO others. ican history books which election. Bradley. We are both Ne
Satch has only five monthsto Apparently, in an attemptto I
THE NEGRO PRESS"TK have consistently Ignored the groes. suggested that, in
tF to qualify for a major make my letter news- order to win, the best
NEGRO PRESS bollov.n that America can twit load go attempts Negro Americans roadto
worthy, the title was supplied
tth. world ffom'r.elol.ond national antagonism when It oe- league five-year pension. have made toward achiev- travel would be the one
which read T H INKS
'cords to avory man rsgardloss of raco, crosd or color his While this fact was mentionedas ing their rights in this coun- DONALD JONES IN vacated by Commissioner
......... end Ugal rights. Hating no man, oaring no nan-tho a possible reason for his Wainwright. However, I had
ffogro Pros* strives to help every man In the firm belief that contract, (and it in itself Lao try.NEGROES IN AMER- WRONG RACE, CAN'TBEAT no Intention of indicating that

'sit ..n are tiurl'as long, .. anyo 'i Is hold bock. well-deserved honor,) it would ICAN HISTORY, writtenby DAVE KENNEDY. this was the exclusive road.I .
not have been given to him unless I must confess that the n concluding, your
Frank and Bobbie Cie- sup.
he still had "somethingon sensationalism of this title
clorka, Is subtitled a FREE- plied construed one more
PIONEER PHYSICIAN DIES the ball," as the expres- DOM PRIMER which cor- did make my letter news- interpretation that should be
However at the
sion worthy.
Miami lost one of its most prominent citizens this goes. rectly suggests that the book let- set straight.
Satch is famous for his of- same time, it made my First reference
week in the passing of Dr. Solomon McKenzie Frazier, ten-quoted statement; "Don't had as its impetus the his- ter even more confusing to the good record, my of Mr. Kennedywas to the'

who died on Monday at the age of 90. look back. You might see tory of the Civil Rights Move- average layman. Therefore, not one based on how
Dr. Frazier had been a practicing physician for what's catching up to you." ment, past and present. Im- for the benefit of your readers he voted against various Is.
in the book is the idea,
60 years. For most of that time his office and drug He needn't fear look in g plicit consistently supported, that let me set the record sues but rather on the imageof

store were near the corner of 11th Street and 2nd Ave back. What is catching up to the Movement was not bornIn straight.The respect which he seems to
nue. His home at the time of his death was at 1761 him, at long last, is a little 1960 or even in 1954 major hypothesis of have engendered in our gen-
of the honor he has well deserved letter was not that Mr.
N.W. 55th Terrace. He was a prominent member of Mt. with the Supreme Court rul- my eral community duringmy
for his pitching
great Jones was in the race
Zion Baptist Church, and helped with its construction. feats. At least, I don't believe ing on the desegregation of that he couldn't wrong beat Dave two years here.
Keenly interested in a hospital for colored people, that old father time is public schools. or Kennedy. The essence of And last, but most im

he gave his support to the building of the Christia n breathing down his neck yet. The eleven chapters begin letter was simply that my portant, my letter was by no
Hospital. I t believe: he is a bit older with a discussion of ideas any means an attempt to endorseor
individual running in a slot
Possessing a kindly disposition,Dr. Frazier was than 50, as he claims', for behind the American Revolu- occupied by an Incumbenthas condemn any political
well! known and generally admired. I'm 55 and I recall his dazzling tion, and the Negro's role little or no chance of candidate. My reference to

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Hulda Frazier and a performances as a youngster in that revolution. Other winning. I further indicatedthat the capability of Mr. Jones
myself. He's ageless chapters include "Reconstruction" was based on my assessmentof
daughter, Elizabeth. the possibility of win-
his of
anyhow. "W.E.B. DuBois", knowledge the community's
ning is more improbablewhen
and "Slave Revolts" thelatter needs and his ex.
NEW DEPARTURE What an amazing performer! the individual
in the book of baseball his- refuting the muth of the oppos- emplification of intelligence.
took in the Churchon ing the incumbent is a neo-
Something new place Episcopal
T.W. Fair
While each
tory, he is the most outstanding happy slave.
Monday! September 13, when the Right Reverend paige. Deeply impressed chapter contains questions phyte plus a Negro. 2920 N.W. 184th Street

James Pike, Bishop of San Francisco, ordained Dea- with his unique ability com- concerning the political and Suffice it to say, if this Opa Locka, Florida7friIE

coness Phyllis Edwards to a higher office in the mi- posed this little poem (1956): social role played by Negro

"I marvel oft at old Satch Americans, it is only in the
nistry.The deacon- last "The Modern ,...." .,.....,." .,......,.,." ." .##...,.*.....','
Rev. Mrs. Edwards was appointed a Paige, chapter, :
ness last year. She is a widow with four children. She That perennial pitcher of un- Movement", that questions ::: :: **"?> : ;: ::&;'"

will be allowed to perform some holy functions, but known age; designed to emphasize the 'y, '; Ill!; rU4> ,
.. ., ,
her authority will be limited. His is an arm that wears like broader significance of the & j ; "
iron, I" ,#" " " " ," .
orders are Movement to the present are
Pike said "It that Holy
Bishop : means
And shows no signs of ever asked. directly by authors.
nolonger limited to members of one six." tirin."


Hurricane Betsy certainly wrought havoc in Loui- !$

siana, where 72 were reported killed-60 of them in ,

New Orleans. Many were left homeless, and damagehas
been estimated as being over a billion dollars .

President.Johnson has delcared that state a disasterarea

and relief funds will be provided.

Florida has not been hiLas hard as Louisiana,

but estimated losses total 119 million for the state

and 110 million dollars for private proverty. .

Dade County estimated a million dollars in los-

ses. Private property loses about $194,000 and pub-
lic property million.

President Johnson has declared Florida a major
disaster area and funds will be available 'or the state.

The Office of Emergency planning reports it

could do nothing owners of private property damaged -
by the hurricane

The Atomic Energy Commission is seeking a site -

for an accelerator and associated laboratory facilitiesthat

will require about eight years to build, at a cost

of some $300 million. When this project is completedit
will have a resident staff of more than 2,000. II Wfl

There are some 85 site locations under consideration. -

Dade County is one of them, eight others are in ......,
Florida. :

Let's hope this operation comes to Florida, with _
location in Dade County.OFFSHORE .


Florida farmers and other interests are still try-
ing to get the Labor Department to recognize their .1-

acute need for imported farm laborers. A state official -
made an appeal to Vice President Hubert Hump-
hrey to recognize this need.

"We cannot operate without having the use of off-

shore labor," Agricultural Commissioner Doyle Con- That's right! The new housing bill makes any ex.servicemanor
ner told a news conference. He was sending a lengthty ( woman) eligible for a $200 down payment on I home.Theta
telegram to Cice President Humphrey asking him to why you must coma" see liberty Homes Estates adjacent to All Homes Feature
Liberty Gardens in booming northwest Miami.' If you want the 211th ST.113rd .
permit negotiations between the Labor and the Agri- thrill of living in your own home st loss than you'd pay for rent. Terrazzo floors
cultural Departments to continue authorization of off- com sos our throe model houses today. You'll live better in Sodded lots
shore labor. Liberty Homes Estates. 7S' Ie 100' minimumBEAUTIFUL MJ
size lot > -
Perhaps, in consideration of Hurricane Betsy's 2 & 3 BEDROOM HOMES City water and >< j ;

damaging visit, such permission might be granted. sewage system ..
s Sliding patio doors op. I
GARBAGE STRIKE SETTLEDThe liuUUTO 93A00 Choice of exterior 3 3
end interior colors z
public in general is pleased to know that the ell this end morel z _
garbage collectors strike has been settled to the sa- Close to msjorexpreisweyi. ) ,
tisfaction of all $ close
concerned. The men won the equiva-
lent of an increase in salary and improvement of the as little asu per month to shopping!

unhealthy conditions under which they labored.In BUILT BY THE JAMS I
a conference between an 11-man committee and CORPORATION

Metro's Manager, Porter Homer on Saturday, it was

.brought out that errors in payment of salaries were not

corrected until the following pay day. This has bee n
changed and funds made available for such adJust-

ment when errors are discovered.A .
portion of the room where tires are now stored "
will have showers for the workmen. N W. 37th AVENUE at llth STREEr PHfll\IE fi/t.Ani


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday( September 17, 1965 5ANDERSONERHN !
4 H vis will celebrate his second birthday September 20.

i iM I I
Three things to GOVERN: Temper, Tongue, Conduct I
Three things to LOVE: Courage, Gentleness, Af
fection. I

buffet dinner was Mrs. Earcine Rogers' way of 'Three things to HATE: Cruelty, Arrogance, Ingratitude I I

honoring her houseguest, Rev. Lafayette, Rogers of .
New York Three things to WISH FOR:' Health, Friends, A
City. Many friends shared in a most. delightful -
evening. cheerful Spirit.Three .
things to FIGHT FOR: Honor, Country, .and

Mr. Winfield Johnson, manager of Barkley Outlet Home.
Bank of Nassau is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Alma Gil- (Author Unknown).. !

Mr, Jerry McGill of Thomaston, Ga. vacationed in Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson jI
Miami.recently September 11, 1965, (Mrs. M. C. strother) take I,
the Tops Club of Greater this method of letting their i
Miami met to resume its functions -
friends and club members
Miss Dorothy Smith and
Mr. Leamond McDonaldof
Nassau the fortheyear 19651966. know that they are back in the
are houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Asquit '
The club is an organization wv
McDonald.Get stressing high scholastic a- city.The Fergusons are reported -
chievement. It is headed by to have had a wonderful
well wishes to Rudy B. Murray,Harry (Frittle) Mrs. LemmieW. Mitchel and two-months vacation in Cali-
Roberts, Samuel Carey, Louise Williams and Charles sponsored by the National fornia with Mrs. Ferguson'sthree
Wyche. Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa children; Mrs. RomayneB.
Alpha.Delta Chapter. Hardy 7230 Lockwood St. (
Among students returning to college were Thad- Each year new membersare Oakland, California; Mrs. vX"KCZg; ,: 1.Wft I
deus Pinckney (Tenn. State), Michael Abrams and given the chance to become Fleda C. Cremer, 710 llth St., I bridegroom is the son of Mr.
Roderick Hunt Tuskegee affiliated with Tops. Richmond, California and Mr. and Mrs. James II. Ervin Sr.
( )
The new members become Edward Roddy Strother, 344 Gwendolyn Jumall Anderson of 1735 N.W. 59th St.
preparatory members. DurIng San Antonio Ave.,San Mateo, and James H. Ervin were Sp. Ervin is stationed at
Mrs. Mildred Pinckney and daughter Antionette the time of preparation, California. married Sept. 10, 1965 in Ft. Campbell Ky. finishing up
returned from a vacation in South Carolina dnd New Tops members will learn Says Mrs Ferguson, the Louisville, Ky. his career.
York. all rituals and regulations of kids went all out, giving their The bride is the daughterof At the present time they
the Tops dub Later they will step-father and me a good Mrs. Omega Caldwell of are making their home in J
J. Jack Butterfield of Nassau is spending a few become full fledged membersof time. They took us to Ice Fol- 1030 N.W. 57th St. and the LouisvilleKy.

days in. Miami enroute to ,Pittsburgh.Mrs. Tops. lies, Cineramas, movies, pic,.,
The first Tops meeting for nics,dinner parties,churches,
Bernice Hunt visited the World's Fair and the year was very successful. and church banquets, etc.
vacationed in New York.W. 12 girls of the preparatorygroup She says that over the twenty- :"
were present at this five years that she has been ". tA"S
first session. Tops takes in making these trips, she madeso ,. 66N ST
Bernard Johnson has returned to his teachingpost girls in schools all over the many friends that she considers 1 S & \\ G Of MORki2' ..
at Savannah State Teachers College.J. county. The schools California second FREE ,
repre- a
lpFLOWERS ... ; '
sented are Mays, North home. And the Miamians who W1,1N ;t' : ;
Harold Cooper of Philadelphia has returned Dade, Booker '1'. Washington live there make it more real.
home after vacationing with relatives and friends. Northwestern Miami She SBVA that her little (friend FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Springs, Edison and Notre once a Miamian) Mrs. Malinda

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Harris and daughter Wen- Dame. Payne, is the most lovable Artificial Arrangements Potted Plants <
dy and William T. Harris of Columbus,Ohio were guestsof This year the Tops Club person in the entire state. Funeral Arrangements Our Specialty '
members will be working on She had us spend the week-
Mr. and Mrs. Hilvin Harris. '
service project, scholastic achievement end with her,and had dinner "A Visual Message with Flowers Corsages ,
and many other party in our honor, that was For the Discriminating"
Talmadge Fair, Maxine Thurston and Leon Robinson interesting projects. Tops feel out of this world. My husoana
of the Miami Urban League have returned from Columbus its members to possess and thinks there is no place like Lowrie's Flower Garderi
Ohio where they attended a Leadership Deve- display all characteristics of ,California. He says everyoneis
lopment Workshop. ladylike actions and manners so friendly. He said more
people shook hands with him at :. 6030( NW 7th Av.... \ .
Fleda's church, than at his
Sincere sympathy to the Albury, Dean, Frazier, own church here. However, Mon:thru. Frl. -". 130 PM to 8tOOPM-Sat. 9130"AM to 6PM
Johnson, Wareham, McLeod, Smith and Scott families.
MOSES PERRY JR. BACK we are back and buckling
,' down to work to make the Wo-
Wedding bells rang for Milicent Butler'and Carl FROM AFRICA :4. man's Day a success at Mt.

Henderson on Sept. 12. Moses L.: Perry, Jr. for- Tabor Baptist Church.
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merly of Miami and presentlya
Mr. Robert W. Thompson of Washington, D.C. and resident of Jinja Ugander
Daytona Beach received the Treasury Pin for 15 years (East Africa) is back in the

active federal service. Mr. Thompson was transferredto States and has enrolled' in THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL
Miami from Coast Guard Headquarters in D.C. where, Springfield College in Springfield
he was administrative assistant in the records branch.He Mass. Moses graduated
with an excellent scholastic
is employed, in,the 7th' Coast Grand District as record from International
military personnel clerk. ,The Morehouse College grad- School in Bairut, Lebanon. BONDED 4A,
uate resides with Mrs. Earline Rogers, a South Miam He was a student at Miami I 4tAL 1Ir'i
school teacher. Northwestern Senior High be-
fore leaving this area.
Friends are saddened by the death of Pauline H. Moses is the son of Mr. ; RENTAL
Thompson Siphes of Philadelphia who died Thursday, and Mrs. Moses L. Perry, Sr.
Sept,9 after an emergency operation. She, visited here Mr. Perry Sr. will be remem-
bered as the former executive
with the Lawrence Grahams week to he
one prior r "
secretary of the George Wash.ington
death. Carver Y.M.C.A. herein AGENCY INC
Miami He is now servingas r I c cb.
Mr. William Battles faithful member St. Agnes fraternal secretary for the .... _. ,.rvsaw w.,,_. .;,_. NH' 'a M... _, __
died Sunday Sept. 12. Our sympathy to the family. Y.M.C.A. in East Africa.
The family plans to cometo THE LARGEST COLLECTION AND RENTAL
Mrs. Richard Dean (Florida) recently returned Miami for a visit in Decem-

from visiting her sisters in New York, Mrs. Veola De- AGENCY IN THE SOUTH; OPERATING IN

veaux and Mrs. Rosalee Allen. ber.SUPPORT. HON L. L. BROOKS

Ezekiel Clare visited home over the weekend from PRESIDENT
t, YOUR ,*s w*> "j>/ t '
his studies at Bethune-Cookman where he is in hi s M 1"
senior year GEORGE.i ,. ,' "t/ ,>v Yo ."';,5j,

*;' ,YMCACALL :: .>" $ :fr ::'
Mrs. Clarice Carnegay is home after she and her ,' MANAGING 'AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN ,,
/" '.-'" "'
grand son Livanattended the Elks Convention in Phila- t : 10,000 HOUSING UNITS :' ; ,",';' ; '

delphia. While there, she 'spent her vacation with her _, ,t1"p",1 ."
; !
Mrs. Claudia S. Leath and Mrs. Eloss ie ; -.
,, : Bonded also has service main "office' ::7 :
Andrews Mrs. Carnegay then attended the World's Fairin ,if .' employment:- at .

New York. She visited her sons there, Mr. Albert MIvIi Fox .: 4150 N.W 7th Avenue ," '::"jvA ;( :,:t:; .
Bostick Jr. and her grand daughter Mrs. Patsy Edwards -
the former Patsy Bostick. 'full' tint' public relations department to assist you In solving your problems

STOCKS-BONDSUTUAL I I Plus a,fleet of' cars giving door to door service for tenants convenience -

Arthur R. Higgs, son of Mrs. Viola Heastie of this I On,night! .ant Sundays for,emergency service call. PL 98733 '+

city, has opened his dental offices in Houston, Texas. '
Glad to see Sam Solomon up and around again. His 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9.8735''.' :
daughter Robin worked as a telephone operator duringher .>,
summer vacation from Hampton Vandalism don, by a few Is expensive' to all. PUa. help u. stop'tills$ ':unnecessary. vlf.l

i .' ," : '."'.'_ ,''-* "' t CA<,.Ltfckhart" Pul>>Relations. .' Director... WB off"PL,* 'y'4, ,/w. '. "':,,
Dr. Ira P. Davis has been named to the Board of

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.. MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 17, 1965

ucational place or a class room party, but when you '
do not keep your word, that is plain lying to children. Mrs. Range to Addr.ss NAACP., ;
And Children Never Forget. This teacher is at the Ear -
lington Heights Elementary School. I will not revea 1 Membership Mass Meeting j f

his name, but a word to the wise is sufficient, or
Mrs.M.Athalie Range, outstanding -
should be. dynamic speaker,
********** prominent civic, religious
That does it this week, so till the next one educational leader, presidentof

Live life, every golden minute of it PEACE! I II Roosevelt saving and Loan
Association, owner of Oscar 4
AOli L. Range Funeral Home, will
I I be the speaker for the 1965
Junior College to Offer NAACP Membership "Kick-
Adam Clayton Powellis off* mass meeting to be heldat
a Congressman of the St. John's Baptist Church,
United States from New Top Talent in Free 1329 N.W. 3rd Ave., Sunday
September at
26 3:00 p.m.
York. He was here in Mia-
The Rev. Thedford
mi after leaving Bimini Johnson pastor, ,said, the choir ,and
Artists SeriesA
with his young, beautiful ushers of the church will
secretary, Conine Huff, serve. .r "aOF T
(former beauty queen from I Attorney Donald Wheeler
Ohio). Now I do not care .'' parade of big-name tal- as to students and faculty, Jones, Miami Branch presi-
one little bit what he was }, Q ent has been booked for this Dr. Shuford said.A dent said, "This is the time

doing in Bimini with his .... ,' season in Miami-Dade Jun- limited open-door pol- for men, women and youth to
secretary, but what I do +... .".\- ior College's annual Artist icy will prevail for events at be present and pledge their The campaign director is
Palmetto Center, 7401 S.W. support to the NAACP for the
Series Dr David Shuford
care about is charity. Where does Mr. Powell off
Mrs. Elizabeth Cutis
get Espy ,
120th St., with students and implementation of the Civil
stating that he would ask for aid for the Island of director of student activities with Mrs. Bessie L. Brunt as
announced today. faculty having priority and Rights Bill, in and throughout I
co-chairman. Mrs. Billie Pittsis
Bimini, because the hurricane left the island wreck?
a admitted to the Dade
Heaviest emphasis will be others being County, by joining as
chairman for the
I did not like his statement, and I do not believe that on jazz in the Student Government limit of Palmetto auditori- members." meeting.program
the Bahamian Government liked it. First, because of sponsored series um's 900-seat capacity.
the amount of money the Bahamas makes from the that will include Stan Getz, The complete schedule is as
American tourists, and secondly because if they were Peter Nero, George Shear- follows:
in need of help,they would have asked for it from their. ing and the Paul Winter Sex- Stan Getz, Oct. 21, North w R- Earl's
"Mother-Land", England. The Bahamas are quite independent tet. Campus, 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
now, and do not have to ask help of any- Varying the musical fare Peter Nero, Nov. 4, North
will be the Norman Luboff Campus, 10 a.m.; Palmetto
one. Now, if Mr. Powell wants, to ask for help for
Center 8
somebody, let him ask for it where it is needed and Choir.In p.m.
The Paul Winter Sextet,
the field of frama, The
wanted in New Orleans the State of Florida, National Players will present Palmetto Center, Nov. 20, ; %' 4'Wh'ei. old and new'frrt.'ds Meet : _":4
which are also disaster areas from the same hurricaneand performances of Shake- 8p.m.

those places that are disaster areas from povertyand speare and Moliere, and Basil National Players, Feb. 10, EARl. EDWARDS, PROP.
: civil rights violations like Alabama, Mississippi Rathbone will appear ina North Campus, a.m.and
Georgia, Louisiana North and South Carolina one-man show combining 8 p.m.; Feb. 11, Palmetto PHOME 759-8422 4400 N.W. 7TH AVE.
among others. My advice to the big wheel politiciansis drama, poetry and readings.The Center, 8p.m. Shakespeare'sRomeo i
to keep their political noses out of places they schedulecallsforsomeartists and Juliet and Mo-
don't belong and let charity begin at home. We have to make appearancesat Here's The Miser are productions -
both North Campus and to be presented. y1
in here Miami who could lot
many persons right use a
George Shearing, Feb. 17,
at the college's new Palmetto
charity, work, better living conditions, and rights. Center. Others will appear at North Campus, 10 a.m. and 'd
only one location. 8 p.m.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Barbara Gross North Campus performances Basil Rathbone, Feb. 25, ;ILUE NOTE BAR
will be staged in the North Campus, one per- ;
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: A Walker 6,000-seat JFK Health Cen- formance only, 8 p.m. 5211 NW 17 AvtTh Y
ter, 11380 N.W. 27th Ave- Norman Luboff Choir, (

POLICEMAN OF THE WEEK: Robert IngrahamD. nue. They will be open at no March 3, North Campus, FrlendllM/ Bar in,Town y
charge to the public as wellMEN'S oneperformanceonly,8p.m.
OF THE WEEK: Roger Frazier WGBS ... -- ,
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I know you won't believe it, but I went to a beauty '$:ja k" Come In and say "Hello" to

salon the other day, and when I say I was shocked, WEAR ., Elinor, Foots, Bessie, Rusty, |Iva, Betty
(..1 mean I was ,shocked!!! This salon looked like ti ; ? :' 1:?} 'J K ;; I

the front lobby of the Eden Roc or the Americana. Dal- ; !.1j,. ,... 1'0" %4 j COLD! COLD! BEER FINE WINES
"jJt >
las Robinson, popular hair stylist, is the new owner !!f. )STYLES'FOR ALL AGES, HICKORY SMOKED BAR-B-Q RIBS
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of this where there is wall to wall from ( : ; '
shop carpet
: ,1:1: yry LftUtt in M .'. F.shkae. r To eat here or take out
the main entrance; the walls are pink and each customer p .
comfort, and is located on N.W. 7th Avenue near
62nd St. I am only too that more of our peoplein X" ITALIAN SHOES
Every Night is 'Fun Time' at the 'NOTE'
business will not take pride in the appearance of 94r4'NW'. :2nd:'Avc. :Miami,...Florida. : '
their places like Cette Rosette, because Dallas (also
known as Carlotta) has really gone all the way to
give the best service and comfort a person can re

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nessa Barr celebrated her 6th birthday on Labor Day, Immediate opening for alert, :
with her mother, Mrs. Juanita Barr, and sister and personalbe salesgirl. Permanent James Club )
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brother, Ursula& Juan Old age crept upon Mayme position, excellent work- i .
during the Labor Day weekend, too. She slept throughthe ing conditions, experienc e \
whole things. You know you're old when you sleep desired, but not required. Call : CORNER N.W. 3STH STREET & 2ND AVENUE ,

through a birthday Chickie Horne back in Nassau in at PRESENTS .. J:1 )
after a successful engagement at the James Club person : 'A-----' --. ,-w .. '; -"
Hurricane Betsy didn't hurt the business at the Blue RUDY'S TV. AND RECORD -\1.\\ -
Note Bar on 17th Avenue. In fact, they had a Betsy CENTER I \\1'

Barbecue Party and sold 180 pounds of the good tast- 6801 N.W. I5TH AVENUE '
ing ribs The James Club has the faculous Soul
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Sisters and Exotic Dancer, Black Beauty The .
State Beverage Department has lifted the whiskey license -
for 90 days at the Sir John Hotel, and its ope- MIAMI TIMESBRIE

ration of the lounge and the Knight Beat. l'

During a conversation between two boys, ages 9 ADS
and 10-about a teacher who gets them to do various me HBar* I

types of school work and promises them various prizesfor

the first one who does this or that, then he does- 1MTI
n't come through.with the prizes. I do not say that
children shouldn't be encouraged by promising them RESULTSNOW I
little things occasionally, or a field trip to some ed- _




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Friday September 17 1965

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I For Those Central State College Probes

6 Yr Who Served I
'I ... .A .. .". $500,000 Shortage

Many vex cans who carry ditor's
i GI insurance havd nerev read Wilberforce, Ohio-NPI- ing to Atty. John II. Busta- 83-page report culmi-
, their policies. For this rea- shakeup involving a mante, chairman of the col.lege's nated a seven month's task, it
A was further disclosed.
board of trustees. It
didn't re*
r they understand a pam- $500,000 shortage at
commended that
let sent to them by VA recently. State College resulted I in Bustamante pointed out the various
Each policy has a waver sharp criticism of the fiscal that there are many deficiencies departments have realistic
of paymeny of premiums operations ending the 1964 but added that the board budgets and operate within
clause-if the insured becomes calendar year with $973,298in has begun corrective actionsand those limits.
disabled for six or more months unpaid bills and $681,593in engaged a nationally- During the audit period,
he can file fo Ithe Waver. Until accounts termed uncollectible. known business consulting July 1, 1961 through Dec. 31,
January 1, 1965 the total firm to undertake a manage- 1964, total state fees charge.
disability must have started Dr. Charles Wesley, former ment and fiscal. reorganization. able for tuition and registration
prior to the (rmsured 60th president and Henry G. amounted to $1,104,991
birthday. A new law effective Johns, vice president, along In line with this procedure, of which only $527,500.48
January 1, 1965, extends this with Maceo Hill, resident ex- Robert Heller andAssociates found its way into the state's
period to age 65. aminer, were named in the Cleveland, ordered the col- general revenue fund.
HOUSING shortage, it was disclosed.An lege farm closed, restrictedits After adjustments for scho
LAW audit of fiscal operat- educational programs and 1 rships, refunds and fees
I- -I Miami VA office has receiv- ions, however, did not dis- installed modem data proces- paid by college loans, there
kW a supply of "Request for Certificate close any instances of theft sing equipment to do much of remained a net amount of
; of Veterans Status"1 by college officials or wanton the bookkeeping and record- $368,946.86 in unpaid fees,
qYy forms (VA Form 26-8261a. misconduct that would require keeping functions.The which examiners said were of
The certificates will be criminal investgation.accord-! office of the state auGOVERNMENT- doubtful collectivity.
issued by the Loan Company _
Division at the VA office in''
D D' Jacksonville. Information on REOPENS CASE

all other details of this law, I
which covers all vets whohaven't
I, had VA-guaranteed or OF SLAIN ARMY OFFICERThe
farm loans, should be obtained'
I from the local FHA office, U. S. has filed briefs James E. Chancy, 21, of Meridian *
I MIAMIAN IN OREGON JOB CORPS CENTER 3001 Ponce de Leon Blvd., I I calculated to support its effort Miss.-a Negro, dis

Proud wearers of the new official Job Corps uni- Coral Gables. to reinstate federal Indictments appeared on June 21, 1964
in the killing of after Chancy had paid a speed-
form are these trainees from the Tongue Point Job MAN BITES DOG ITEM fine in the
Lemuel Penn, assistant su- ,Miss,
Corps Center at Astoria, Oregon. Chosen by their Cadre
We've heard many times perintendent of Washington jail.Their
Leaders to represent the 600 other Corpsmen at the about dogs biting postmen, school, a Negro and three civil bodies were found
Center at the American Legion Convention in Portland but here's a switch. A post- rights workers. August 4 of the same year in
this past week, and the Astoria Regatta during the man came into the Miami VA Federal judges had tossedout an earthern dam near Phila.
weekend, the young men include from left (f ront row) office the other day. Reasonfor the indictments, ruling in Sheriff delphia. N e s hob a County
his visit-his dog had bit- essence that the alleged offenses Lawrence A, Rainey
Gus Limas Nampa, Idaho; Mindy Ray Johnson, Seattle, ten his disability comoensa- involved crime and 18 other persons were indicted

Washington; Willie Cockerham, Berkeley, California; tion check-chewed it up goodin against specific states, not on a conspiracy charge
(second fow) Patrick Tweedlie,Wheeling,West Virginia fact. against the U. S. thus plac- earlier this year by a grand
Thomas Cockrum,Seguin, Texas; Frank Clark, Portland, ing them beyond reach of federal jury in Jakcson, Mississippi
Oregon; Mike Hamilton, Atlanta, Georgia; (back row) HERE'S PROOF YOU'LLLIKE law. The court was dismissedby

George Johnson, Miami, Florida; Joel McCoy, Meridian, SUPPORT OUR PRINTING: Marshall Solicitor in General briefs filed Thurgood with Harold U. S.Cox District, in Jackson Judge He W,

Mississippi; and M 0 s e Bighon, Ft. Pierce, Florida. the Supreme Court, said Con- said the indictment alleied a
Outstanding in their vocational- and educational work, YOUR Quality Job Budget Price gress has power under the crime against the state of Mississippi -
members received advance issue of the uniform which 14th Amendment to punish civil not the United

has a dark blue blazer with Job Corps patch, gray trou No Job Too Large or Small rights violations by individuals States.
sers, blue shirt and blue tie. YMCAHOWARD He said it is clear
Deadlines Met on Time that Congress intended to ex- r-------------
ercise that power in the 1S70
statute under which the said I Non-Surgical Office I
ALUMNI 1 TO MEET Satisfaction Guaranteed
-- indictments were brought.Penn Treatment I
The Howard University I t--' 7" 7--: : 1 and our customers come back! a reserve army lieu- j RUPTUREPILES :
Alumni Association will hold ,; '.w!"" j tenant colpnel, was fatally
a meeting on Tuesday, Sept. + ADS shot I Rectal Diseases, Vari I
I I on July 11, 1964, near
21, 1965, 8:30 p.m. at the + ',( ; ,< 4 s Miami Times Colbert, Ga., while he and | case Veins, Prostate No I
fice of Atty Harold L. of"I'I I'lNG'I a ,I"EISULTS > t two friends were driving to I lost time Discard Truss I:
non, 6825 N.W. 15th Avenue. +, their homes in Washington, J Upon Correction of Rupture.
All members are urged to be |_' _, 1: 4:L:. FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING; NEEDS D. C.; after service on reserve Low cost. I I II
present and on time. -- -J military duty. I DR. LONG'S CLINIC t

Joseph H. Sims and Cecil 1545 SW let St.-FR 3-27481'
W. Myers, held for the murder .,
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were acquitted. Sims, Myers,
I and four other men were accused -
by the federal government -
of conspiring to injure ,
Why Not Have I oppress, threaten and intimi-
date, but U. S. District Judge YOU

I sta I W. A. Bootie threw out the Sick, troubled, unhappy?
} .a1D5t charge when it came before
\ him in Macon, Ga. He said he Need Help?
i must uphold the principle Send for your prayer clothe
"that this court not unsurp today. Also birth date. Con.
E Er Z-cr- -T 5? i .TL. i-*' jurisdiction" where it has tributlons accepted.
The three civil rights wor- REV. MOTHER MCDONALDP.

/ Delivered Your kers-Michael II. Schwerner, 0. Box 6326
to Home 24, and Andrew Goodman, 20,
\ \ of New York, both white, and Miami, Florida 33136 ,

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. September 17. J 6 9

TWO NEGROES WIN, Half 1 of>> American Negroes' :Are Poor.. J JA

comprehensive study by nearly one half of families as great as those for an elderly ed as poor live in families
Mollie Orshansky of the Social with five or more children un- white person. headed by a full-time bread.
IN ATLANTA PRIMARYATLANTA Security Administrationgives der 18, are listed among the For some groups, the oddsof winner.
the following statistics poor-five times the rate for being poor actually out- Miss Orshansky states
I I which should prove invaluableto families with only one child. weighs the odds of being non- that the problem is not Job-
(NPITwo Dodson, photographer; Mrs. President Johnson's war The chances of those liv- poor. lessness, but "rather a hIs-
Negroes were shooinwin- Louise Watley, housewife; on poverty: ing alone are about twice that In the case of a Negro woman tory of an erratic series of
ners last week during the pri- Eddie Billingsley, real estate short-term .
Large segments of our of those living in a family heading a large family or jobs The cri-
polling by approximately broker and population
mary ; Joseph Daniels, are far more' poverty unit. That of the lone aged an aged Negro woman living tical question for dependencyand -
of the eligible elec- public relations
two-fifths representative. prone than the nation as a soared to three times the odds alone, the chances of being for the welfare re-lls-is
torate for the largest number whole. for a family unit. poor are five out of six. not whether the breadwinner
of candidates for city office. Mrs. Watley was the first That the chance of beingone The chances of being poor The study further reveals is unemployed at any given
The two winners, both Incumbents Negro woman ever to run for of the nation's 34.1 mil- for a holding wife is double that employment is not always time, but whether he works
were Dr. Rufus E. the aldermanic board in At- lion is that of an insurance against over a span of time,for an Income -
for the board of lanta's history. poor today one out of a family in which the
six. wife works. poverty. Nearly 40 per cent of which can support his
and Miles O.Amos Losers in the bids
education for the "
city The riskof those 63 years The risk of a Negro's being the 15 million children count- family.
city executive committee. executive committee included -
Twoothers-Dr. II. E. Tate two women, Mesdames old or over is twice as greatas poor is 3V$ times that of a
that of the 45 year olds. white million Ne-
person. 10.7
and Q. V. Williamson-face a Rosa L. Smith and Ruth Stur-
The overall number of im- groes are counted poor-about
run-off with their respective dervant. Their opposite mem-
poverished is one-half of the Open For InspectionLOW
people declining entire American -
opponents for the board of bers included Rev. Fred C.
,but the number of the aged Negro population.The .
education and alderman. If Bennett, Jr., Charles Turner, DOWN PAYMENT
poor unchanged. poverty risk for a Negro -
Williamson wins in the run- Marcellous Thornton, and T.
off, he will become the city's M. Alexander, Jr. Nearly one in four of child is four times that ofa 1444 NW 37th Street
first Negro alderman.A The outcome of the race 15,000,000 American childrennow white child. For an elderly
total of 17 Negroes between Wellington L. Parker lives in poverty, but Negro the chances are twice (NEAR CENTRAL BANK)

sought election to office in incumbent, and Robert Large 2 bedroom CBS with Fla room and garage. Beautifully -
the primary balloting. Fiveran Dodds for the third ward executive Hampton Trains Peace furnished with air cond. and heat or will sell\
for al 1 derm anic posts, committee seat was uncertain Corps unfurnished with extra lot If needed. Best location,
three for the board of edu- at press time. near schools and shopping. No qualifying
cation, and nine for the city The remaining Negro can-
Workers for West AfricaHAMPTON
executive committee. didate, Clinton Batom, lost OWNER NE fr670l OR NE 4-5185

The losing Negro alder- his bid for a seat on the boardof
INSTITUTE, The groups consists of 62
manic candidates were II. D. education.
Va Peace Corps volunteers men and 28 women, including
representing nearly every 20 married couples. Many are I

state in the union arrived at recent college graduates.
n J LI A JOUR Hampton Institute (Va.) last Classes, continuing until LIKE NEW HOMESSEE
week to begin training for Nov. 8 are taught by Hampton -

work in Sierra Leone West Institute instructors, professional

CLASSIFIED ADS Africa. The 90 young men and specialists, Peace THESE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY!
women are the first group of Corps returnees, and a groupof

volunteers to be trained at Sierra Leonese students attending 1150 N.W. 88TH STREETFOR

the college. Hampton Institute. ( PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE)
BRING RESULTSHOME Concentrating on agriculture The students have conducted
Terrific bedroom bath home
3 2 Down
animal husbandry and language and other national $2500
similar fields, the trainees instruction at Peace Corps
begin an intensive 10-week training centers at Cornel 263 N.W. 41ST STREET

study program in community University, Ithaca, N.Y., and $300 Down, $73 month, CBS House
and rural development. other colleges.

Abroad they will train in U(c Following the Hampton 2020 N.W. 85TH STREET

OVWERS' FOR SALE the Sierra Leonese in me- training period, the volun- $200 Down, $52 month, CBS House
will Peace
teers to
thods of building construct- go Corps
Consolidate your Bills HOME & APARTMENT sites in the Caribbean for '
ions farming, home
Reduce your Payments 5303 N.W. 5th Avenue basic literacy and field training before going 2981
$300 Down, 2 Bedroom CBS House
health. overseas. ,
Lower your I Interest Open Sot. and Sun. 15 p.m.

Come and 3 bedrooms
$1,000 see ,
Pay Back $20 Monthly 2 baths extra largo Ft* :..o0b.0.OVNO....O.O. 1 Bedroom 3214 N.Frame Y. 69TH House STREET Week
room, large living room, I $20
$2,000 1 large dining room, kitchen,
Pay Back $30 Monthly garage. Also separate : LIVE ALMOST RENT FREE 2110 N.W. 55TH STREET

$3,000 for Income Bedroom House Week
apartment on YOUR VERY BEST I Ii 2 $20
Pay Back $40 Monthly two corner duplex lots
Many extras, space to
PHONES: build another house. DUPLEX APTS. i
688-2775 688-2775 Terms arranged.Life's .

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Best Buys! I IOPEN .. -

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8220 N.W. 14TH PLACE : 920 N.W. 29th Terr. 10,995 .:

$1,500 Dn. $75 Mo. SUNDAY 2-6 P.M.
Like new CBS, Fla room, jolousied windows 2 IHIr.... 1 IHIr.... NO QUAIIFYINO fully furnished -
Bargain at $9,800 $250 down and $62 month .0 near schools and chercket. .. 45 N.W. 48TH STREET

Lovely CBShome. Dining room, Fla room, garage,
fire place, being sold for FHA valuatl on. Only

4850 N.W.5TH AVENUE : .. I $300 down. No closing costs. Very Close to
Comer, CBS, tile roof, carport : school.

Price is $13,000$350 down, $75 month : .

.. ... i 215 N.W. 57TH STREET
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1942 N.W. 85TH STREET % > '1'..
Beautiful CBS, 2 bedroom house, wall-to-wall
Modern CBS, awnings, appliances, furniture carpeting, fenced yard, near schools, $11,000

Bargain at $8,350 $250 down and $52 month : 5501 N.W. 6th Ave. (12,500: FHA.closing$250 costs.cash. $85 month pays everything.No'

$400 Dn. $72 Mo. .

1365 N.W. 86TH STREET 2 bdrm. 1 bdrm.CIS Big,gergeewt,quiet.A st.al.fljj' OPEN SUNDAY 2 -6

Lovely CBS, large fenced yard, appliances 354 N.W. 43RD STREET
$750 down, no qualifying, move right in
*.* I 2 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS home.Cutest kitchen you

ever did see. FHA total $11,800. $300 cash,
Large 3 bedroom, CBS, carport, fenced, tile roof .
$73.75 month. No closing costs.
Only $11,000, $350 down and $63 month .

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1880 N.W. 86TH TERRACE
335 N.W. 43RD STREET
Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS, tarport, fenced, appliances : "H.' ; :
No down right in 3 bedroom, 2 bath, enclosed garage, extra large
qualifying, $1,500 move
: 3700 N.W. 11th Ave. 17,500 ;Z living area. If you like to entertain, this is it.
FHA value $12,000.$300 cash. No closing costs .
$700 Dn.99 Mo.
WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMESIF 0 Ideal, 2 bdrm. 2 bdrm. CIS for retired couple. Near i WE HAVE MANY MORE FROM $100 CASH DOWN

0 hopping,good transportation,quiet neighborhood.We ON FHA IF YOU CAN QUALIFY. ALSO SOME
DOWN. have many fine investments In Duplex Apt.
All type ef financing, genereut terms, beautiful :

: bargain. :

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Rev. Roscoe Jackson pastor (OPA LOCKA)

l Rev. w. F. Savoy pastor Willie J. Beard reporter Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor

i Our efforts in adult educatIon Services on last Sunday Evelena Glean reporter

for the autumn season are in the pastor's absence were w ,
Services were well attendedon
as follows: Sunday morning as usual. Our own Rev.Green .
Si* last Sunday. Sunday nightwe
Adult Bible Class at 9:30: delivered both
a.m.; the "Tuesday Nighters." The officers and membersof were happy to have Rev. ANTIOCH BAPTIST
Ira McCall from the 8th Epis-
studying the topic of stewardship -
Usher Board No. 2 are in in Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor
Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor and mission on the second the of preparing for copal District Mississippi.There
Ruby Lee Carr reporter and fourth Tuesdays at their process Third Anniversary the will be a fish fry at Bro. Willie Powell reporter

f services very s,..30."m. and the Thursday fourth Sunday in October. the home of Mrs. Dorothy The No. 2 Choir invites
Sunday were
Cross on Saturday night Sept.
inspiring throughout the day. evening Bible class studying They are working and striving :% yourpresence to amusical extravaganzaFriday -
the Books of az 19, to benefit Woman's Day. October
Acts each Thursday 2,
hard having
Rev. E. R. Robinson preachedthe programs : The public is invited.On .
morning sermon and Rev. at 8:30 p.mThe pastor and other affairs every other I at 8 P.m. A musical treat is
<: the fourth Sunday at 8
invites all members and
in store for
Nathan Streeter our young week to make this anniver- you.
friends to take p.m., Rev. I. J. Williams and The No. Usher Board
minister preached the even- advantage of sary a great success, both t, Is: 1 celebrates -
ning sermon. this training in Bible and.,, spiritually and financially. ,ff!', congregation from Metropolitan its anniversary and

We are so very happy to churchmanship.Our Deacon Vandell Bovan presi ;(, : .; A.M.E. Church will be invities the entire church and

have our pastor back with us Sunday evening program dent.Visitors .,. J here on behalf of Woman's Day. friends Sunday' Sept. 19.
has a new name: "Even- and friends ./ : g No.
from the National Convention.We { are 1> Everyone is working hardto Group 1 Sponsors a
expect him to be back in kirk." "Even" is short for always welcome to our ser- {,.:t,_ ::,, make our woman's Day on fashion tea and invites the
the pulpit next Sunday with evening; and"kirk"is a Scot- vices at any and all times.If the fourth Sunday in Octoberthe entire church Sunday sePt.

early morning baptism at Virginia tish wordused by many Presbyterians you are without a church CHARLES AT best one. Captain for the 26.

Beach. meaning "church." home we'd love to have you GREATER BETHEL day will be given a trip to Group No. 2 of the Men's
Sunday Sept. 19 at 3 p.m. Our evenkirk schedule is as unite with us. Nassau. Day Committee sponsors a
Mothers Board will have their follows: The first Sunday at Pray for the sick and shut- SEPT. 26Usher musical tea. Everyone is in-
7:30 P.m. is pur monthly Chris
anniversary with Rev. ins FdaySeptember 24.
A. M.
tian education workshop. On board No. 3 of
Griffin preaching the anni- ANNOUNCEMENT
the second Sunday evening Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church
versary sermon. Also a short we have evening service with cordially invites you to at
MCGHANEY SPEAKS Rev. Benjamin J. McDonald -
has been
program arranged.
tend its Fifteenth Annual Tea
sermon. On the third Sunday will be preaching at
The president Sis. Camillaand
As the Father hath lovedme Sunday afternoon September SHILOH BAPTISTRev.
evening we have "Know Your
her Jerusaleum Baptist
co-workers inviting the
are -
Church Night" with adult so have I loved you. Con- 26, 3:30 to 6 O'clock in the
an Church the third Sunday. The A. M. Griffin pastor
you to attend. You are
basement of the church.
tinue in love. John
always welcome at Friendship.Come group of the church in charge ye my church is located at 59th St. Sis. C. M. Myles reporter
9.These are the words of our Again presenting Prof-
of devotions and feature
to church. Have your sentation. The fourth Sunday pre Lord Jesus. If God loves us, Charles Williams former prin- and 17th Ave. His text will be The NO.1 Usher Board
faith lifted. cipal of Booker T. Washington "Send Me-I Go". Everyone wish to take this opportunityto
I evening is "Youth Presents" and we know that he does why
t with the Youth Fellowship in don't we try to make a little High School and now deanat is' invited to attend this great thank Rev. Oscar West and
Edward Waters College in service. Rev. J. D. Green is who to make
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe charge and the youth choir effort to try to love our fellowmen everyone
the Bible tells us Jacksonville as speaker. Plusan pastor. their 6th Anniversary a suc-

Male Chorus Charles singing.friends We to invite come membersand to even- that we cannot love Godk and outstanding program of talent cess both spiritually and fi-

Ambrose, president will celebrate kirk at not love our neighbors. It isa in music and readings.Mrs. nally. Total raised $302.49.
its anniversary Sundayat Grace. wonderful thing to be lov- F. Washington is president BAHA'I ASSEMBLYThe Dinners will be on sale
The fourth of
3:30: p.m. A spicy program tember is Christian Sunday Education sep-- ing and kind not that I am and Rev. S. A. Cousin,, Baha'is of North Dade Saturday sept., 18 at' the homeof

has been prepared fa the occasion Sunday. In the morning loving or kind, becaus: (sometimes pastor. will observe World Peace Day Sis. Elnora Wood son, 2136
I,) and the public is in- service all adult workers in we find it real hard with a covered-dish picnic at N.W. 75th St. Call and buyone
vited. Deacon Reubin Hepburn the children and youth depart- even to try to be that way NOTICEThe the home of Mr. and Mrs. of these dinners. The numberis

is director and Miss Elsie ment will be dedicated. Let us and our surroundings make it Pink Carnation Circle Charles Bridges. 2401 N.W. 6960637.
Douglas piansit. endeavor to make new strides difficult. And that is the time will hold its regular meeting 166th St., Opa Locka 3:30 The Home Mission Societyis
I The Sunday School will that we need to use our God p.m., Sunday September 19. sponsoring a tea Sunday,
forward in youth Sunday ember
our Sept 19 at 4 p.m. Mrs.
I sponsor a "Million Dollar- cational program. given: power to let men see The meeting will be held at Holmes Elementary, Sept. 18 from 4-6 p.m. at the
I Wedding and Fashion Review" the love Jesus in us So until at the home home of Sis. Louise Napp
Mrs. Fannie School, will speak on "World
Monday Sept. 20 at the MT. CALVARY M.B. a later date, if God's will Caddy, 1129 N.W. 1st Ct. All Peace: Dream or Destiny." 1051 N.W. 6gthst.Visitors '
church beginning at g p.m. thanks and God bless you all. members are asked to be Mrs. Reatha Bridges i will are always wel I
This promises to be an out- Rev. s. Atchison, pastor pre chair this event. The publicis come. Remember to visit and i

I standing affair full of enjoyment Constance Carter reporter sent.C.. C. Miller president cordially invited to attend. pray for the sick and shut-ins. l lt
u all. Come out and t
join in the fun. All deacons and deaconesses H. J. Benson pastor
Plans for Woman's Day are along with the members Flossie Marshall reporter i

i increasing in motion and are urged to accompanythe
t I should get in high gear soon. pastor b Rev. C. W.. Fos- We had the pleasure of ha-

\ Those who have had former ter's church. The sermon of ving Rev. Raddy with us Sun
I experience are asked to faU the afternoon will be broughtby day and his adorable wife and

in line and give their wholehearted our pastor. baby. Rev. Raddy brought a

support in helping to The No. 4Usher Board will powerful message for the morn
put over the program. Chair- sell potato pies Sunday, SeP- ing which was enjoyed by all.

man Mary saunders and Cochairman tember 19. The pies are $1. To witness that message were .
Anna McDonald ex- You may place your order the Heroines of Jericho who S\\ .i.
with member of the visited us us.
pect every woman to do her any
duty. The men are ready to 4 Usher Board. A missionary meeting was
back the women all the way. held at 4 p.m. Sister Benson rr

( It can be done, it must be supervisor and Sister Claudia
I done, it will be done! TRANSFIGURATION Dixon president. Many things 9.95'I( 'MARLIN' .
I Funeral services for Mrs. (EPISCOPAL) were discussed for the better- r 12.95
Martha Storr will be held Sa- Fr. Elisha S. Clarke Jr., ment of the society. L

turday at 3 p.m. "Aunt Martha Vicar Come out to the Youth Car- !
," as she was familiarly naval Saturday evening from
known, died last Saturday. Winter Schedule of Ser- 6:30 to 10 p.m. and have fun.
vices: sunday-Low Mass Bring your friends. Admis- Te 4
7:30 a.m.; church School, sion is 50*. '
BETHLEHEM BAPTIST 9:30 a.m.; Solemn Sung Mass Mrs. Carrie Hilton is still t

Rev. Oscar West pastor and Sermon 10:45 a.m.; Solemn in Jackson Hospital on WDA 'a,!! ----Ij/ n.- 11.95 q' IM ti 7i'MER
Evensongwith Benedic- go and see her; it will make F' 0 I nA
A cordial invitation is extended tion of the Blessed Sacrament her so happy to be remembered. '

I to you Sunday, Sept. 7 p.m.Weekdays. 7J95 1
Wednesday Deepest sympathy to the Ran- Ir.1 +."q .
19 at 3 p.m. for the Pastor's : 8 dolph and Davis families. Mr.
p.m. Low Mass; Friday 7 a.m.
Installation Service. Rev. James Randolph known as I'PETITE'
Mack of New Macedonia Bap- Low Mass. Fats was a member of Salters
tist Church, Carver Ranchesis Coming Events: The Epis- Chapel. 6.95

the guest speaker. copal churchwomen are spon''
The pastor sincerelythanks soring a night of games Friday -
the Jr. Choir Usher Sept. 17 that is tonight UVE RENT FREE 'PETITE'

Board No. 1 and all well at the home of the John H. NEAR UBERTY CITY 1 ,. .. ,, ; 8.95
wishes in supporting Hm atNew Johnsons 15850 N.W. 18th 4
Place. The public is cordially Furn. Duplex -$58 Month
Shiloh during their usher
Boards's anniversary. invited. There will be No qualifying, no closing lttrnttlrpllI */,//<>// for men and itrontpni

Members our tithes will games, food and all sorts of costs on this 8 year new
fun. Do come! Mrs. James K. Income property. Convenient -
keep the church growing.
C. Smith president. TIMEX
Let's not forget the musi- to everything. Bring WATCHES
cal program Sept. 24 and Choir Coming Soon!!! The Episcopal your clothes and move in
Churchwomen are sponsoring today.
No. 1 anniversary Sept. 26.
Visit the sick and shut- a fashion show-pre- OWNER

ins.the You"Going are always church welcometo for the Best senting Dressed Dade Women.County Date Ten: 373-3304 An outstanding group of watches unbeliev 9 5 9 5

coming Christ." Oct. 29. Place: F.O.P. Hall ingly low priced! All feature fresh contemporary -

15100 N.W. 27th Ave. Please styling. All are shock resistant. All
M. T. Hopkins, reporter. .
send your selection now to have unbreakable mainsprings stainless steel!

Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke Jr. or FOR SALE tacks, and sweep second hands. Yellow or

ZION HOPE the Episcopal Churchwomenof Manor Park two-story CBS chrome Ixv.els: with expansion or cord 1 bands.

Last Sunday, Rev.*Andrew N.W.the 153rd Transfiguration.St. or"15260 N.W.1984 ho... 2 bedrooms, 1 bath Come in now,find just the right one for every t 0
occasion for
time of the
every day.
Jackson was in charge of ser- 19th Ave. Just drop a post and a porch upstairs. 1

vices. card you need not sign your bedroom, 1 bat and a garage For An Appcli/ing Meal Or Snack; Visit A Vyuolworth's Lunch Counter

Baptism service Sunday name, just put the person or downstairs. Close to
morning at 7:30 a.m.
persons you select.
The pastor is urging all The St. Michael's and All bus, school and park. USE OUR FREE LAYAWAY

members to attend their week- Angels Choir Concert, Sunday $3,000 down, $64 .oa",

ly meetings. Oct. 3. at 7 p.m. at the $11,700 total.PHONE Available in Miami, Miami Beach, Coral Gables,

;1 Visitors are always wet church. No admission. : 82H233 Perrinc, Homestead, Hollywood and West Hollywood

1f come. Special Festival Massttl!!!
I Rev. Paul Freeman is pas- Tuesday Sept. 21, St. Matt- MRS. FRED SCOTT -

tor and Sis. Elizabeth' Jack- hew's Day Solemn Sung Mass 640 W. 51st PI. Hlal.ala -. :..-;. ...-. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORI AT WOOLWORTH'Sr '
son is reporter. and Instruction 8 P.m. ,


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1iir: .J fa' ,Sorority : >IcgiNs New 'Ytar of Activities ,

In an mpresslvefandnique ficers a certificate of appreci- -; FiNal
manner, Mrs. Ruth ation for loyalty, goodwilland
1Polite conducted the in- cooperation.
tallation service which was
entered around contents us- Executive Board Meeting pac .t tfGA i
On Saturday evening, August +
tally found in a book Ix
.atchel. As each officer was 21, 1965, at the home of I
the president, Mrs.
she Rosa-Lee Clear-
nstalled, was presented
Fortson, 1330 N.VV. 59th
article from the satchel
in as St.
an executive board meet-
i reminder of personal re- ing was held in order to set
ponsibilities and duties in- up goals and makeplansfor
'olved in the office to whichhe future activities pending Away
elected. The officers
proval the membership at
nstalled were: Mrs. Rosa- the first meeting which is to

ee Fortson Rolle, President First; Mrs.Vice be held Saturday, September ;PL SALE 1
rankle ,
'resIdent; Mrs. Dorothy Ad- the Auditorium 18, 1965, at of 6 the p.m.Bond-, in 4 f 'N: ( 1

Ide, Second Vice President; ed Collection IFp S+S
Agency's Cen-
Irs. Inez Foster, Third Vice ,.
tral office which is located at I
'resident; Miss Sandra 4150 N.W. Seventh Ave. *
eorge, Recording Secreiry -
; Mrs. Alva F. Price, Workshop Session
Revolving around the
'orresponding Secretary; .
Irs. Vernay Jones, Finanial theme: "STRENGTHENING / AND MORE ,
Secretary; Mrs.Dorothyee .
Treasurer; Mrs. Laura
Robinson, Chaplain; Mrs. TER the workshop was held FROM OUR OWN STOCK :
in the Auditorium
of the
ladys Smith, Parliamen-
irian; Mrs. Josephine Mac- Bonded Collection Agency's :
ey, Historian, and Mrs. Central office at three o'clockin *
;uth N. Polite, Public Rela- the afternoon on September
ons Officer, who was in- 4, 1964. The workshop Outgoing president Juanita Pinckney turns over Dresses :
ailed by theout-goirlgPres- served as a launch pad for gavel to new Zeta head Rosa Lee Fortson. Johnson : '' ,

ent Mrs.Juanita Pinckney. orbiting additional projectsin photo. f.; ,,
keeping with programs of Recognition ServiceIn the emerging "NEW SOCI- ; ",} \

glowing terms borderg ETY." ,:il500 :
on "re-dedication" to the Workshop leaders and discussants -
|hilosophy and principles were: Mmes. Juan- ; 1

n which Zeta Phi Beta Sor- ita Pinckney, Dorothy Ad- ;
ity, Inc. was founded, the side, Inez Foster, Sylvia / Sportswear 1 1rI'
residing officer paid tributethe Lambert, Bernice Johnson, 4 k
entire membership. A Marian McGhee, Gladys
aque for outstanding lead. Smith, Frankie Rolle, Lydia
[ship was presented to Mrs. Richardson, Hannah Ed- r

anita Pinckney, president wards, Marian Shannon,
m 1963-65. In behalf ofe Ruth N. Polite and Miss An-
out-going president, pre- niebelle McIntosh.
ted each member, former More than 46 members
mmittee chairmen, and of- attended the Workshop. 'INS l dY e. _

Summer Project a.

Adds 50,000 .

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BIRMINGHAM, ALA.- Alabama, :23 Mississippiand

ore than,50,000 new Ne- 24 South Carolina coun- UI.t"---u; __ _,....... ra_ OPEN EVERY EVENING
ro voters were registered in ties urging long disfranchised -
ree southern states as the re- Negro citizens to register," Receiving plaque is Mrs. Juanita Pinckney, 1963-

ult of an intensive 12-week Miss Simmons reported.The 1965 president from Ruth N. Polite, Zeta public rela- -
ummer voter registration efforts of these
tions officer.
:ampaign conducted by the NAACP-sponsored volun- .. Rtlister NowlJ!
ational Association for the teers added 20,000 names
dvancement of Colored to the estimated 28,000 already Meredith Studying Law
in Missis-
, eople. registered jooksar.oP.eRJ
The results of this highly sippi; 15,423 to Alabama's
uccessful campaign were set 115,000; and 14,844 to at Columbia UniversityJames

orth in a report to NAACP South Carolina's 181,057. -
:Ixecutive Director Roy Wil- These figures do not includethe
ins submitted by Miss AI- number enrolled by Fed Meredith registered 'T" --,"

|hea T. L. Simmons, direc- eral registrars after enact at Columbia University, ,/
or of the Association's sum- ment of the Voting Rights Act New York on Monday to ,.
er project. The report was of 1965. Nor do they Includethe study law. He is beneficiaryof '
de public at the week.nd thousands registered under a $2,000 scholarshipfrom
I special NAACP confer- NAACP sponsorship in Columbia, ,
me here, Sept. 11 12. Arkansas, Florida and Meredith became a national .... wm JIi
Maryland during the sum figure when in 1962, --- .'
"While Congress wrestled under the protection of fed
Ith the Federal voting mer.In Alabama, Mississippiand eral troops he registered as
Ights bill, a small corps of South Carolina the potential a student at the Universityof .'
NAACP volunteers were systematically Negro vote totals, 1- Mississippi. His registration -
engaged indoor- 405, 570. at that school touchedoff
|to-door canvassing in 62 rioting and much blood

shed.When asked about his taking NECARFEVER
part in civil rights demo
onstrations, Meredith said
that he is devoting almostall We've the cure
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Mrs. Cora Lee Dames of Mr. William Ballard of 435 Mrs. Beatrice Dean of
r CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I If 1350 N.W. 72nd SU died. at Mt. N.W. 20th Terr., died Sept. 1935V4 N.W. 3rd Ct. died Sept.
Sinai Hospital Sept. 11. She 12 at Southern ConvalescentHome. 11 at Lincoln Memorial Nurs-
i lived in Miami for 30 years. He is survived by his ing Home. Funeral services
Survivors are 3 sisters, Alder three sisters Mrs. Louise will be held Saturday, Sept.
Hodo, Lilla Jackson and Troy Channell of Jersey City, New 18, 10:30 a.m. at St. Agnes
f IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS ALBERT. Johnson; 2 brothers, William Jersey, Mrs. Valonis Ballardof Episcopal Church. Remains
and James Thomas and other Louisville Mrs. Eddie will in the chapel beginning
; In memory of .our dear grandmother The family of the late Ky., repose
Infant Annette Ford, 4212 relatives Services were held Lee Wymix of Columbia, Al t.; 1 p.m. Friday. until
i < S.W. 21 St., Apt. a, Holly Wednesday 1 p.m. at the First two' brothers' Sam Ballard of \\.p.m.:. Friday. Remains will
wood. Died Sept 3. Survivors Faith Cathedral Church. Miami, Zeb' Ballard of New repose at her home beginning

are: Parents, 1 Sister, Brunswick, New Jersey; Several 6 a.m. Saturday until funeral
I { 1 Brother. Services were held Frank Scott of 2540 N.W. ni eces and nephews anda time Saturday morning. Survivors .
ri% u G fi P Monday, from the Ever- 51st St. died at Jackson Memorial hoi t of other relatives and include her mother, Mrs.
A green Memorial. Hospital Sept 12. He friends. Funeral services will Sarah Butler; 2 sisters, Mrs.

Mrs. Rita Payne 50 TerrySL is survived by his wife, Eura be held on Thursday, Sept. Ethel Newbold Poitier and
Melbourne, Fla., died Scott; 1 daughter, Evelyn Al- 16 at St. Agnes Episcopal Mrs. Hilda Watkins and a host

Sept 4. Survivors are: Hus ridge; 1 grand daughter; 1 sister Church, at 10 a.m. of other relatives. t.and, "friends..
It band, Richard E. Payne, 1 Willie Lee Johnson; 1
: -- daughter, Mildred Payne, brother, Beauford Mclver 'and Mr. Donald Lee Cain of Mr. Jerome P. Albury of
; I Aunts and cousins. Serviceswere other relatives.Services wer e 439 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 6 died 1437 N W. 1st Pl. Apt. 4 died
held Saturday from the held Thursday in the chapeL Sept. 13. lie leaves to mourn Sept. H at Jackson Memorial

Church of Christ, EvangelistF. his death a wife Mrs. Mattie Hospital. "Funeral serviceswill
L. Thompson, officiated. Dr.,S. M. Frazier of 1761 Cain, mother, Mrs. Bertha be held Sat., Sept. 18, 3
MRS. MARY JACKSON Samuel Hunter, of New N.W. 55th Terr. died at his Cain of New York City, one p.m. at Mt. Olivette Baptist
who home SePt. 13. Dr. Frazier Church with Rev. I. C. Mick-
departed this life Sept. York City, died SepL 3. Sur- sister Mrs. Daisy Lee Cainof
MRS. RACHEL JEST 1, 1965, wishes to thank its vivors Mother Mrs. Le- practiced medicine for60 New York City, one uncle ins, pastor officiating. Re-
are: ,
who to eternal many friends for their kind years having retired 1 year McKinly Davis of Miami, aunts mains will repose in the chapel -
passed on rest tisha Hunter, 3 Sisters, Mesdames -
July 30, 1963. ness during the loss of their Pauline Wilson, Eliz- ago. He is survived by his uncles, nieces, nephews anda beginning 2 P.m. Friday
'Two years have passed and devoted mother, grandmother, abeth Smith, AurtherineWilkins wife.Hulda Margaret; 1 daughter host of other relatives and until funeral time Sat. after-
:we miss much. and great grand mother. Spa Elizabeth and'other re- friends. The remains will be noon. Survivors include his
you very 1 Brother, Rufus Solomon
cial thanks to the churchesthat Hunter. Services latives. Services were heldon shipped to Pamplico, S. Caro wife, Vera; 1 daughter, Mrs.
Your Grandchildren: were so loyal to us; Mt. were Thursday 4 p.m. at Mt. lina. Rutha Mae McPhee; 3 sisters,
Mrs. Agnes Mason Calvary Baptist, and the en- conducted Saturday from the Zion Baptist Church. Mrs. Era Jackson, Mrs. Rosa
Church of God Of Prophecy
Mrs. Willie Mae Johnson tire board of trustees, St. DEATH Carey and Mrs. Hazel Segree;
Mrs. Frankie McRaeMr. Luke Baptist,pastor and members Bishop Henry Curtlsoffici- Mrs. Mildred Butler of 1511 NOTICE 2 brothers; Donell and Cleo,
Benjamin NixonMr. ; and to the House of ated.Henry N.W. 52nd St. died at Jackson Mr. Oliver Bryant of N.W. and a host of other relativesand
Johnnie Parker Albert and their staff. May James Jordan, Memorial Hospital Sept. 13. 55th Street and 15th Ave, departed friends.
God continue to bless every- 1427 N.W. 1st Ct., died Sept She lived in Miami for 30 years. this life Tuesday,
one of you for your kindness. 6. Survivors are: Wife, Mrs. Survivors are 1 daughter* Ly- Sept. 7 at Jackson Memorial
Eugenia Jordan 1 Sister, dia Stubbs; son James Hospital. lie was a residentof
IN MEMORIAMIn The Lessie Green Mrs. Margaret Nesbit, 1 Raymond, Ernest, Eugene, Miami for 19 years. He John Henry Davis (Better

memory of our dear mother And Annie Hackney Family Brother, John Jordan. Serv- Joseph and Buck; l grand son leaves to mourn his loss four known-as Buttermilk) of 1530

--_. .- ices were held Friday from Donald Stubbs and other re sons: Jake, Jack, James and N.W.1st PI. Apt. 7 died Sept.
IN MEMORIAMIn the Liberty City, Chapel. latives. Services incomplete. Primus; seven daughters: Ida 11 at Jackson Memorial Hospital -

I Glenn Ivory Chambers, Mae Killens, Eura Lee John- Mr. Davis was a well
sad, but loving memoryof 2001 N.W. 153rd SL, Opa Mrs. Lillie Mae Owens of son, Jessie 'Johnson, Julia known taxi driver for Magic
dear relative
I our Locka, died Sept 10. Sur- 6250 N.W. 14th Ct. was found Cain, Mamie Bryant, Hattie City Cab Company for man y
r JAMES BRYANT vivors are: Mother and Father dead Sept. 12 at her home. Bryant, Mildred Everett; 28 years. Funeral services were
who parted this life September 5 Brothers, 2 Sisters. She Is survived by her husband grandchildren, 23 great grand- held Thursday Sept. 16, 2
15, 1964. Loving thoughts Services were held Tuesday Frank; 9 sons, 6 daugh- children and a host of nieces p.m. in the chapel with Rev.
shall always where to the from the Apostolic Faith Of ters; her mother,Mrs. Ada Tyler and nephews and friends. Aaron D. Hall officiating. Survivors
f spot wflraro+ you were laid. The Lord Jesus Christ Elder l sister,Ella Mae Peoples The body was shipped to include his wife, Caro-
: Kary Bell officiated. 1 grand child; several aunts Perry, Georgia for intermentat lina; 2 daughters, Mrs. Con- I
The Bryant Family James Randolph, 2411 and uncles and other relatives. the Mt. Nebor Cemetary. stance Berthren and Henrietta \
i N.W. 47th SL, died Sept. 8. Services will be held Saturday Manker Funeral Home was in McGee. ,
/: a. t'L1 IN MEMORIAMIn Survivors are: Mother, Mrs. 1 pan. at New MU Moriah charge of arrangements. I II

Rebecca Randolph,3 Sisters, Church.
memory of the late Mesdames Dorothy Mae Davis 1
RANDOLPH CHANEYwho Hattie Williams, Elizabeth Mrs. Mary Catherine Harvey AUTO INSURANCECheck I
MRS. RUTH PARKERwho departed this life Sept. Thomas, 2 Brothers, of 200 N.W. lth St. Apt.
departed this life sept. 13, 1963. Jeremiah and L. D. Oliver. 5 died at Jackson Memorial oar new, lower rates and easy financing
17, 1963. "Deep incur hearts we silently Services were held Wednes- Hospital Sept. 7. She lived in IMMEDIATE SRt22 FlUNG

Gone, but not forgotten. We say, although he is here day from Salter's Chapel, Miami for 10 years. Survivors, Briny this ad to our office and receive a free lift,:
love you very much. May your with us no'more; he is not Rev. Willie Jenkins, offici are 3 sisters, Sarah, Elmira
soul rest in peace. dead; he is just away." ated. and Eleanor;3 brothers, Fred, D. Goodman and Son Inc.

Your Children: Lonnie Joseph Randolph, John and Charles, and a dear 'Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
Mrs. Amie Mae
Chaney 2320 N.W. 74th SL, died friend, Ervin Smith. There Business member AH People Democratic Club
Benjamin Nixon, son And Family Sept. 11. SuryIvors I are: 'were no local services, final 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 1-0380
Tonmie Parker
son Wife, Mrs. Flora Randolph, rites and interment were inAp-
Mrs.Mrs. Agnes Mason, dght. IN MEMORIAMIn 3 Daughters 2 Sons, Mother pamattox, Va.Johnnie 1
Willie M. Johnson, dght.
our Mrs. Idell]] Hadley, Step- ))1
Mrs. Frankie McRae, dght. loving memory of beloved John Johnson of
1 father father, 4 Brothers. Services
Friday, 3:00: p.m. from the 1843 N.W. 58th St. died Sept.
MR. LEROY BENTLEY Liberty City Chapel. H. Johnnie Is the 6 year old Uinroln .,mortal llarfc
CARD OF THANKS who departed this life August Henry Demerrltt, 420 son of Johnnie Johnson, sr.

The family of the late 4, 1963. N.W. 11th St., Apt 7, died and Mrs. Gladys Johnson,
Love can never lose its own Sept 11. Survivors Wife, other survivors are l brother; HAS Preinterment plots of 8 grave spaces or less
fet love will dream and faith 2 sisters; 2 grand mothers and ediote interment
Mrs. Edna Demerrltt, 3 ALSO I single grave space
will trust Daughters 1 Brother, 2 Sisters other relatives. Services will
Boxes vaults permittedWe
Since He who knows our needis beheld Friday 10 a.m. in the
1 Aunt 11 Grandchildren
just 'M full and still doing business
chapeL are not we are
A Great-grandchildren..
A ,
{ That somehow, somewhere Services will be held Satur- Open six days a week to serve you

meet we must.Daughters. day, 4:00 p.m. from the Liberty INFANT DEATHS Gates open 7 days for your convenience

,. ;.r. : City Chapel. Steve Holifield 5200 N.W. 3801. NW 4&TH STREET NE 4-4197
Bernyce Green and Louise Sammie LeeMcCline, Hse. 26th Ave. died Sept. 10. He
Jones and Family 33, C. R. Bull Labor Camp, is the 8 month old son of Mrs. E. Johnson Manager Home phones OX 1.9199

Princeton, died Sept 4, in Earlie B. Holifield. Other relatives -
CARD OF THANKSThe New York City. Survivorsare are 2 sistershis grandparents
: Mother Mrs. Annie Da- Mr. and Mrs. Joe
family of the late vis, Stepfather, 1 Brother. Stephens and Mr. and Mrs.
Arrangements are Incom- Val Smith and other relatives.

MR. BENNIE JONES, JR. plete. Services were held Thursday 6p wx
who departed this life Sept. Timothy Jones 1368 10 a.m. in the chapel.

4, 1965, wishes to thank all N.W. 67th St., died SepL 14. k a rA

the friends and neighbors for Arrangements are incom- Sabrina Denise Davis, 4- OI
their kind words, flowers, plete at this time. month-old daughter of Mrs.
1 cards and loans of their cars, Mrs. Florence Pratt 1739 Dorothy Davis.

during our hour of bereave- N.W. 67th St., died Sept. 1.
ment. Special thanks to the Services were conducted Sat-
Richardson Funeral Home, TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO
urday from the St. Matthew
ERNEST ALBERT RUSSELLwho Rev. S. L. Gay and the vete- Baptist Church; Rev. N. F. CHURCH SUNDAY "
departed this life August rans of foreign wars of the Clark officiated. Survivors WE'RE ONLYA

29, 1965, wish I to express U.S. May God bless each of arc: Husband BenjaminPratt Mrs. Mary Jackson,6020 PHONE CALL AWAY

their thanks to friends from you. Mother, Mrs. Nena N.W. 13th Ave., Apt 112, r

Miami and Key West, Francis The Jones FamilyIN'MEMORIAM Forbes of Key Largo Fla., died Sept I.A resident of this 1:17t To know that
: here
Funeral Home, Jollivette Se- Nieces and Nephews.Mrs. community for more than we are

nior Citizens and Father J, F. Carrie Posey 423 forty years. Survivors are: ; .,. twenty-four hours a day
Kiernan of the Holy Redeemer W. 23rd St., Hialeah, died 2 Daughters, Mesdames Les-
In Sad 'but loving memory of ale Green Annie ,. to help you -
Catholic Church. Sept. 1. Survivors are: Husband Hackney: ,
our dear mother wife and sis-
Earnest Posey, 1 Son 2 Sons Johnnie, Carden
Mrs. Victoria Russell, wife MRS. JERELENA LEE Johnnie Wayman Posey Jackson, I Daughter-in-law,
\w with
Mrs.Maude Symonette,sister MURVIN Mother, Mrs. Betty Hughes Mrs. Bertha Vinson, 19 funeral facilities

Mrs. Beatrice Farrington, who departed this life Sep- Forest, Mississippi Remains Grandchildren, 37 Great .; l can be comforting.

sister tember, 19, 1964. were sent to Forest, grandchildren, 3 Great- $
Mrs. Bernadine Cooper, There is a land of pure delight Mississippi forfinal rites and great-grandchildren. Services c.
daughterOne burial. were conducted Tuesday -(
granddaughterAnd Where we all must go day or Scbon Griffin, 2132 All from the Mt. Calvary Bap. "My Father in Heaven, help/
a host of relatives and night Baba Ave., Opa Locka, died tist Church, l Rev. Samuel At- me never to forget Thy love

friends. As you slipped away, went Sept 2. Survivors are: Wife chison officiated. 'k if looks up to me in the
out of sight Mrs. Lola Mae Griffin, George ]Phillips> 16435 beauty of the flower ."
Your life left a beautifullight Mother, Mrs. Nervia Ross of N.W. 22nd CL, Opa Locka, :. John Henry Jowett
Clio Ala., 1 Stepdaughter died Sept 2. Remains were
TAKE YOUR FAMILY TO Which will always shine 3 Grandchildren. Serviceswere sent 1o Soperton, Ga., for 'S Oscar L. RangeR
i CHURCH SUNDAY Through the darkest of night. conducted in the Liberty final rites and burial. Survivors -

k Mrs. Dorothy Wallace, dght, City Chapel Rev E. Milton are: Mother,3 Sisters, Funeral Home
officiated. 6 Brothers.
And Family

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; : 1757 N.W. 90th St. 2 bedroom 2250 N.W. 93rd Street Beauty Salons owner must Room in private Christian

CLASSIFIEDFOR .1 : Fla room, screened porch, Like New CBS, freshly painted give it up because of illness horI,. A quiet! sober man.

.u' partly fum., fenced, 2-car inside and. out. Our beat Ph. 635-9153 Tues., Thurs., N.W. 47th St. area. Call 634-
garage, no qualifying, no closing bargain at 7000. $250 down Sat. after 3 p.m. 9654.

coats, $2.000 down. Low and only $3.79 month. FHA
SALE FOR SALENo monthly payments. Leonard Near school bus, hopping Open Sat. & Sun. 3060 N.W. Exquisite Apartment

ELATION Bargain Hunters! qualifying, move right in. Realty, 696-0092* Don't miss this. Keys at Life 57th St. 3 bedroom. CBS. 3 2 Bedroom Unfurnished
years old. Low down.No
qua- N.E.
1392 151 St.
one lot,completely Low down payment. 2 bedroom Realty Broker 4932 NW.7th
house.an llfying. 758-5400-
3 bedroom,2 baths,CBS beauty PL 1-2768
home in
.hed, one 3 bedroom plus neighborhood. Avw. PL 94371. Open Sunday
ficlency. 8000. Go by Fla room, air cond., kitchen 7 years old comer lot, lance and evening. WIGS '
172 N.W. 47th Terr., then fum., caport. fenced back- air cond.. $995 down. Wigs, wigleta, importer. Priceis :2 bedroom home. $23 week.
| yard. total. Move right in. Anyone con right. Human hair. Pr Manor Park area Trio RealtyCo.
all Fenster Realty, Broker, $11.500 8921 NW 1065 N.W. 59th Street 3-
L 9-8779. 16th Ave. Drive by then call buy. No FHA. Philip Yagman No qualifying, freshly painted 6950. 8 to 12 P.m. after 6. PL 9-8376i 801 N.W. 54th

Leon Kroll, Broker, 688-3029. Broker 'S+44u. inside and out. Furniture and SUClean

I bedroom, CDS carafe, FHA 1340 N.W. 87th St. Selling for Page r Apts. Sacrifice for good appliances. $300 down and FOR RENT fume room with all modern -
$300 down move right in. $85 month'pays
pay FHA valuation down payment or cash. 'BOO conveniences indluding
2 bedroom, all. Keys at Ufe Broker Efficiency and bedroom
Realty 1 apt.
enU $73
pays Fla room, air cond., owner at 233 N.W. 63rd st kitchen. Call 754-1452
[losing cost. Drive by 1155.W. total, $350 down. $77 monthly$11,000 751-1873. 4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL Air condition and fume Adults
74th St. Then call Pen all. 9-4731. Open Sin &: eves. only. 1210 N.W. 77th Terr Furn. Apt. Adults oply. 1221
Jter Realty, Broker, PL 9- pays Open 2-5 p.m. Sun.day. (reference needed).
Free Furniture
Leon Kroll, Broker, 688- N.W. 33rd St. Can 6337001.
3029. $9900 total $57 Month 1341-43 N.W. 33rd Street .
Office. location
Top ,partitioned. '
bedroom, 2 bath CBS,'large Move Like new 2 bedroom .home, Lovely du lox, tile roof, jo- Doctor or dentist, real House. 1451 N.W. 5th Ave. six
,1 bedrooms
No in CBS, furn. wk.
ear. FHA terms,air condition- today. close to N. Miami Bch. Shopping tousled windows, terrau o estate office, lawyer or ac- $25
3 bedroom, bath in nice JE 1-3184 or FR
2 ,
floors furniture and
included. ,
fcr. All appliances schools and buses. No countant. See 5818 N.W. 12th
.ive by 1870 N.W. 86th Terr. area, kitchen turn. air cond., closing costs. Move in while nces. Live rent free. Price is Ave.
well and sprinkler system. $450 down and $77
hen call Fenster Realty qualifying. Owner 373-3304. 13400.
oker. PL 9-8779. $13,500 total. Low down pay month, FHA. Life Realty, $16.3 bedroom unfurn.duplex.
ment. 1461 N.W. 87th Terr. N.W. 7th Ave.
LIVE RENT FREE Broker 4932 N.W. 58th Terr. tt.ecr
and new 3 bedroom 2 bath Drive by then call,Leon Kroll, Colonial Duplex PL9.4371.Open evenings andsunday.

JBS, Fla room, built-in stove Broker, 6883029.Luxurious1ivine. 2 bedroom tile bath Bedroom Apt. :2 quiet adults. 101\1
latest creations inilding.
oven Low down payment
How about coming Like a dream Speciaithia week!This beautiful Fum. Near 46th St. & 7th Ave.
Agent at Weekly, monthly, yearly. Ma-
Sunday and see our house.
on Custom-built duple N.E.. bedroom CBS plus large
1392 15iat St.
odel at 1141 N.W. 73th SUprom 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, PL 1-2768 Fla room plus carport, one nager. PL 7-6070.
( 1-6 p.m. and our salesIman built-in kitchen, front. 2 bed- mortgage, a hot deal. Location
will show you around. 3 bedroom, 1ft bath home,, air
room, 1 bath-fear. Large lot. 339 N.W. 45th St.Drive by
Fenster Realty (Broker) PL- 4850 N.W. 5th Avenue cond. Built in stove, oven CHILD CAREREGISTER
Substantial down payment. then call Fenster
98779. Beautiful corner Cns.tile roof Realty carport, fenced in yard. $115
Call Leon Kroll, Broker, 688- carport, jalousied windwos, (Broker) PL 0 98779. month. call Fenster Realty, NOW

A beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, 3029. carepting, drapes, appliances. Broker, PL 9-8779. Ask for
hardwood floors, carport, FHA Lovely modem kitchen. Price 4 furn. excellent apartments.
Mr. Little Folk Play School
in and Murray. 3038 N.W. 71tSU
down. Clean
only $250 1752 N.W. 81st Street is $13,000$350 down and 7 years new. Income over Hot lunches,personalized care.
out. Location 1863 N.W. 88th Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. $75 month FHA. Key at Life $3,800 on low rents. Owner
Terr. Open Sunday 1-6 P.nu must sell due to sickness. 3 bedroom apt. Upstairs. 1755 Licensed day nursery and
Fenster Realty, Broker, PL I, $250 down, 3 bedrooms, total Realty Broker 4932 NW 7th Will clay on as tenant if want- 41st St. Unfum. call Fenster kindergarten
$11,000 FHA terms. Low monthly Ave. PL 9-4371. Open Sundayand Realty Broker 3290
I 98779. ed. $9,700 over 1st mtg. Low PL 9-8779- N.W. 45th Street
__A payment. Nice landscaping evenings. overhead. Phone PL 8-4121 Ask for Mr. Murray. Phone: 635.2283 or 634-3044
A ATTENTION!! fence.Wonderful for child -

Expressway taking your home!rrCD and good family living. 1739 N.W. 85th Street 3 bedroom. 2 bath, CBS com- Room. Private telephone Ir HELP WANTEDCAB
bedroom, nice and comfort- Christensen Broker, PL 7-607 Lovely CBS, Urge Fla room pletely fum. Comer lot, plus the heart of Uverty City. 1545
able separate garage, carpeting swimming pool all fenced in. N.W. 68th St. Tel. 6912494. DRIVERS. Apply at
Down sprinkler system. Price is Society Cab Office 269 N.W.
lots fenced comer FHA, $500 A beautiful home for the par- 4
15 No qualifying, move right in $11.000. $350 down and $68 ticular buyer. Come by Sundayat Room. Pride home. Call 635- 21st Street. Indf.
years month. Key at Life Realty 94 N.W. 48th St. from 1-6 8959.
Bert Best, $8,500 total price. Low mon
4932 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 94731. p.m. and our salesman will Musician. Abel to play the
Realtor 445-5366 thly payments. Large, large
--- yard, fence. Christensen BroKen Open evenings and Sunday. show you around. Fenster Nice Room for man cr 'woman. Hammond Organ. If interested

ONLY 2 LEFT PL 76070. Realty (Broker) PL 98779. 5710 N.W. 19th Ave. Call call 6965601. Good pay.
N.W. 14th
GOGO 6348495. ----- S17IIIIaIIMJIINIMIaI.s
I Brand new 4 bedroom, 2 bath, Like new CBS, $250 down
(built-in kitchen, large utilityroom 535 N.W. 48th St. CBS 3 bed- $58 month, jalousied win-
room, 1V4 bath. $495 down, no -- U
[ circular drive, city wa- dows, refinished floors, new BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYBeer
' ter, sewers and street lights, closing garage costs awning.,hardwood Furnished floors or kitchen cabinets and fixtures. wino, lunch. 2029 N.W. := filitrs l d i.I' III1 ==

close to school, buses, chur This house is like brand new
unfurnished.Call United Realty 10th Ave. Colored and white .
ches and shopping. $450 total ','MU 80521. Key at Life Realty Broker Small down payment. Once ina (a !>.r Y. .L'.lIi: .s,. .,I.. a
down payment. No closing N.W.7th Ave. PL 9-4371.
,. .
life time opportunity.OUSE > MEW; LOW,DOWH PAYMENTS; *' rr
costs, total price FHA \. \
$14,000 with monthly pay Veterans $200 cash buys any i '. -IZ'-!...r.s -'...$.'Tic* Roan. ; .
ments $80.54. Don't miss out- FHA homes 3 or 4 bedroom. ", #. I f.
call Aetna Realty (Broker) Monthly payments from $68 to .p
$88 pays all Trio Realty Co.
Phme 757-5724, 811 N.W. .
54th St. Open sat. & sun. PL 9-8376, 801 N.W. 54th St. ; M (I lilt l I look oxponilvo. T. too .. Is 1 to bay ...) r

BRAND NEW. down. < '., .' 'b" g= I M brand BOW boovtlfol. 3 biaroooi, 2 both with- r
Nice bedroom $495 :/)t -
2 1 bath frame Greatest deal in town, whichno ,'I' '. ; ;/ n ,, .: hairy roooi ... '."' 1. 1 block from school, .1 block 5fro.

easy terms..No qualifying immediate one can match. Check and B bosses oid 4 blocks from North sldo Shopping HCootor.

43rd st. 63343781.occupancy. 243 N.W. see for yourself. 3 bedroom, ; HUNTERSSttt II *

2 baths and lots of luxury .. r
Nice 9 year old duplex. 2 features, 877 N.W. 73rd St. : i < II 8829 N.W. 21ST AVENUE I ar

bedroom each side. Near City water. Call JE 16902. : : ,Compare B..stihl' CBS 3 bodroooi, two bath, oak floors, tilt M

everything. FHA or conv. 1295 2 bedroom CBS Fla room, fire r 'roof oad carport. $450 dowi. $IS ......

N.W. 33rd St. Sept.25 place, garage, $400 down, '-..;,. )\':"*>\&>, i1* .ow> : ,. ,. "" II % .jjj

3 Bedrooms $12,000 total, $87 month pays rI
all FHA. Trio Realty Co. PL 160 N.W. MTH STREET II 10 R.E mil TERRACE
2 baths nice
CBS home
area, good 9-8376. 801 N.W. 54th St. L.,. 2 Md,.., 2 bath, plo Flo room Only 2
qualifying, terms ar- i
CBS sharp 2 bedroom tile roof hardwood
ranged. r yoors oU. By oppolntmtnt oily.N .
A.Ben-Kori and
Realtor, FHA VA Resale Homes.
612 N.W. 60th St. Anytime. $100-$200 down payment. No floors, $400 down, no closing costs, $12,000 i. -0-

7512243. closing costs, 2-3 4 bed- total, monthly $74.39, one mortgage. j| j 4625 N.W.16TH AVENUE rU
room. Like new low monthly J
2 BedroomsNo payments. Ph. 754-0483 Now. Air conditioned, 2 bedrooms, plus Fla room. $200 BB
qualifying CBS, bargain E. Harry Denny, Realtor,8623 1110 11.1. 8TH AVENUE r down, $74 Month, $9,000 total price H8NNUL

Total only $10,550. $75 month. Biscayne BlVd. CBS 2 bedroom 2 ath large lot ft r
Real clean, move in, terms. corner j -p--

A.Ben-Kori Realtor, 612 N.W. 2142 N.W. 85th St. 2 bedroom 1 total $9,000, only $400 down, no closing I 1 |U Dill AVENUEN HCortes

60th st. Anytime 751-2243 CBS, partly furn., No qualifying costs $61.50 montyly $20 ft 9
years. j 3 booVoom, 2 baths, bordwooJ floors, tilt I

Lovely Area total.Drive,no closing by then costs call, $10,000, Leo I ,roof; Ivllhii kltcboi mo* I arMc... $SCO down plus| .

Very large 2 bedroom, 2 bath nardi! Realty, 6960092. 1141 .... 8hTH STREET U cI..... costs.ojy.TJmtoth.. H

CBS, big garage, Fla room, r -0- r
large living and dining rooms 4-Bedroofii 2-Bath CBS 2 bedroom, Fla room, fenced yard, $300 N 1181' 1.1. I2ID STREET g

for the discreet buyer. Tota' down, no c+sing costs, $62.21 monthly, total
14,000, FHA terms, no closing U Gar..... CBS, 2 Udrooms, 2 baths, on ftnctd comtr H
) only extras for !!!
NEW $10,000 youlll
costs. Ben-Kori LIKE many .lot. down
Realtor = $450 $13,5 00 total I trace Jj
751-2243 anytime. CBS on large corner, big
-- kitchen and dining area, 1821 N.'. 89TH! TERRACECBS H
nice size living room with
3 bedroom 46th Street Area free air conditioner, large 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, fenced all m 1888 .... 82X0 STREET S
2 bath, comer, no
qualify terms.Ben-Kori Realtor master windows bedroom and with glass awning around, FHA $11,200: only $350 down, no r Brood BOW CBS, 2 bodroonu; on comtr lot. Owntrwo ..

612 N.W. 60th St., anytime sliding doors opening into closing costs, $64.49 monthly. Drive by. I >t> off or. $50 per Booth pays oil. .

7512243. large covered patio. (couldbe

screened and made Fla 2440 N.W. !lIST STREET i
DuplexNo porch). Huge utility room SPECIAL NOTICE!
qualify, 2 bedrooms each with connections for washer CBS, giant 3 bedroom, ,oadedl with extras,
side, live rent free furnished. and Awnings all EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.WE ARE OFFERING TO ,
Total dryer. tile roof, hardwood floors, carport, FHA =
only $10,550. down around. City water but no SI
Payment. A big bargain. Ben- city taxes. Close in on $12,500, no closing costs, $400 total down
Kori Realtor, anytime 751- 86th Street, near buses payment, $71.92 monthly. This is the kingof QUALIFY) ALL OF OUR HOUSES FOR SALE ON 5I
2243. churches, stores, schools. FHA. H
the See Nowlll!!! -' ---
wm Nice family type neighbor- area. '

qualify$5,390, good Totalo terms on hood.pays$13,600 your closing total. costs Owner WE HAVE OTHERS .I.INEWS REALTY Inc.

'his cute 2 bedroom. A real with $350 down, $97 mo. 'I
everything or buy
Ben-Kori, Realtor 612 I pays and : AETNA REALTY 'IIKEI
60th with no I I
st. Anytime. 7512243. .
move in now. Hurry. Call THE MMM THAT WMS P YOU

owner, CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 681-8566 111 NW. 54* St.,. 757-5724. I i '4740 NW AVE PI 4-0655' -

nth with extra, ideal for dos ASSOCIATESRlty. 'f/< ,.., '., .)I;.. ;.. :;7<' 'tIo1"' jof :. If
''or,dentist,beauty parlor, etc. ,f<. ,; "t\...1;; '#YNGI! UAY'i. t,.> .' .' ., .I ,(Opofl"$0007 fro. 1 pa.) E
*769 NW. 17th Ave. Shown ( Corp.REALTORS ( j..40'f. ..,'" 3w. arf t +I"t; : r 4 ft. ,,..-;k" e, .ti <.,
y appointment. PH. 885-3805 i...tr.rdrrrsrrrlle ra...rrrr


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I TIE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 17. 1965
14. . ,_ .
:;, I "" : ," < North Dade Year \
: ; The Pine Villa Elementary Mrs. Susie Williams Where TTrRigi
School family began its cur-
., .".., .Wins 'A RatingA ", ..: rent school year with the efficient The Mt. Mori ah Church ser-
.; / vices were directed by the
: >"'J:. .', j administration of its
Mrs. Maude L. Rev. E. Long, assistant Ps-
score of "A" has been a special interest of this serv principal Chandler.On tor. The service was very Inspiring Registration books will be at the various precinctsfrom

awarded to the THUNDER- ice. the first day of our return and spiritual. Two Tuesday, September 21 through Saturday Sep-
BIRD, yearbook of North Gold-bordered certificatesof to work, summer experi- people j joined I the churchb tember 25 inclusive. All citizens are urged to register.
Dade High School of Opa "Special Merit" were awarded from to daily. Registrationmust
ences were shared by faculty Hours are 9 a.m. 5 p.m.
Locka,. Florida, by ,the Na- this year to all A and members which included studyat On Aug. 26, Little Miss be in one's own precinct. Persons'who have not
i tjopal) School Yearbook' As- ,,-plu8 books silber-bor-' major college and univer- Bridgit Wright, daughter of voted in the last two elections or are not sure of their
s cra'tlon! :MempMs, Tennes tiered "Merit" certificates to sities within I the United Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wright
should check with the clerk at these locations
seennounccment was all those with B-plus and B celebrated her first birthday. registration -
States and neighboring
made by N. S. Patterson, di- grades coun- On Aug. 29, she had a lovely) as many names have been\ purged from the

rector of the association and Judges complimented the tries.Our faculty has severalnew party given by the Bells and books.A.
" editor of PHOTO LITH mag. staff on compiling a comprehensive members this year. They other relatives and friends. partial list for precincts, the clerks in charge,

aiine, which is published by and interesting report are: Mrs. Laura Saunders, The party was a great and their location follow: .
NSYA. of the year's activities.The assistant principal of curricu- success and these people, 74-Dorothy Bolden, 6823 N.W. 15th Ave.
NSYA, founded' in Houston most outstanding fea- lum; Miss Mary Williams and along with some others helpedto 75-Clara Love, 1889 N.W. 56th St.
in 1950 andlater located of the THUNDER-
ture Mrs. Gwendolyn Johnson, primary make it successful: Miss 76-Willa Chap, 1136 N.W. 55th St.
In Columbis Missouri BIRD was coverage. Betty Mitchell, Mrs. Alberta
teachers; Mrs. Cecily 87-Nora Womble, 744 N.W. 54th St.
1 home of the University of Editor of the 1965 book Franklin, Miss Thllene Adker,
Loerky, art teacher. Mrs. Eu-
Missouri School of Journalism was Jacquelyn Davis. Ad- nice Fleming and Mrs. Bell Mrs. Mary Lue Talley Mrs. 88-Janie B. Cantey, 1137 N.W. 48th St.
is dedicated through 89-Louise B. Harris, 1073 N.W. 38th St. .
visors were Mrs. Betty Smi- will be working in the migrant Leavella Parker Mrs. Beatrice -
PHOTOLITH and other ley, Mrs.. L. Dandy,and Mr. program for pre-school children McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. 90-Margaret C. Sullivan, 1540 N.W. 38th St.
publications and throughthe photographer was Johnson cooperatively with five Inez Cartinight A2C Arthur 101-John F. Fritz, 2741 N.W. 27th Ave.

service organizations for of Miami. Mr. Charles D. other teachers, yet to be ap Love, Airman Riley. Miss Ka- 118-Emma H. Sweeting, 1730 N.W. 3rd Ct.
school and college >ear- Wyche is Principal. pointed. ren Adker, Marion Wilson, An- 119-Annette Love, 1454 N.W. 3rd Ave.
books. The newer method of gula Wilson, Dexter and Wedra
offset has been The Migrant Program for 120-Edna G. Smith, 1324 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Michelle and Ar-
pre-school children will begin thur Townsend 121-Mary M. Freas, 638 N.W. 7th Ave.
V.F.W. NEWS CarverRanches in the month of October. cooper, and many others. 122-Election Division, 1351 N.W. 12th St., Rm. 147
The date will be '
exact an-
146-Elin Williams, 73 W. Flagler St. 278
nounced later. All MUSICAL RECITALThe
Friends, patrons and mem- who have children of persons preschool 278-Mozell Dean, 7007 N.W. 12th Ave. .,
bers of Opa Lock V.F.W. i age, are urged to con Baptist Training i I 279-Ethel Doyle, 6304 N.W. 14th Ave. i I.
Post 5693 have continued to tact the school for further Information Union of the Second Baptist 287-Geneva Wilson, 470 N.W. 11th St.
request another Annual Boat News' concerning the Church of Richmond Heights 308-Sarah Askew, 236 Grand Ave.
proudly presents Rosalind Ro-
Ride and also a dance. Com- eligibility of their children to berson in a Musical Recital at 309-Carolyn H. Wright, 3707 Douglas Road
mander Ed Brown went to his
Walter Bow
attend. the church, Sunday, Sept. 26
entertainment committee and The VFW Post No. 8195 Mrs. M. L. Chandler, prin- at 5 p.m. _
Mrs. Gertrude Lemons of the will meet on Sunday, September cipal. Alma P. Keener B.T.U.
Ladies Auxiliary of Post 5693 20, 5 P.m. at 4816 Pem- President; Rev. John A. Ferguson RMURRUIUMUUAuf NRI
went to her entertainment com- broke Pastor.
Road. West Hollywood.All .
mittee.together The and two the groups BuildingFund met members please be pro. JESCA'S ANNUAL PATRON- 5 IBM MACHINE TRAINING IIi

Primarly Dance this was dance planned.is to sent.The Starlight Lodge No. TEACHER'S PROGRAMThe ORIENTATION THANK YOU
t raise funds to finish payingoff 542 will meet Friday, Septem- i INSTITUTE .SE
ber 18, 8 p.m. at the Masonic Mi-. and
the mortgage on V.F.W. James E. Scott Com- Mrs. L, W. Rogers
Hall on Pembroke Road.
property. munity Association's Day also Earline D. Rogers 'wishes
The F.O.P. Ballroom was The Excelsior Bowling Care Centers will i conduct to use this, method to express OF TECHNOLOGY .1
selected because it's modemin League started rolling on their Annual Orientation Program their gratitude to the -
every respect, large and Thursday night, September I,I for parents, teachers and many members and friends of '
10 at Cloverleaf Lanes forI = College of Wata Scioccsting Science =
air conditioned. Maxie New- Day Care Committee memberson the Church of the' Open Door
bold and his orchestra was the winter season. Bowler s Sunday afternoon, for their hospitality on last '
Sept. 19 1
chosen because he has a from Miami, Opa Locka West at 4 at agency headquarters, Sunday in helping to make KEYPUNCH COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
smooth way with music. The Hollywood, Fort Lauderdaleand 1133 N.W. 66th Street. their brother -Rev Rogers -i II
i entertainment was importedfrom North Miami Beach are All families being served stay a very pleasant one. MM sad woMta ate Mt4t4 MOW I.! Hit'data proctssbg rr
I Miami I I Beach. If this participating in this sport. through the Day Care Centersare Ho left Monday for a day field, the fasttst growing fi.ld ia rbt U.s. =
team can perform on the Beach Also the Florida I Stars .
urgently requested to be in Deland. fla then on Tues- II
they can thrill us with enter- League at Ft. Lauderdale is present so that you may be day for Ne w York. TRAIN NOW FOR A SECURE FUTURE 'II
I tainment also. opening on Monday night. well informed regarding mat- !! \ Cam sorer than $10OeO/ytorl U'!! r
You have a date with the September 13, at Ft. Lauder- :
ters of importance in the .
V.F.W. next Friday night, dale Bowl-lat. There are and supervision of your child-care ii. Student Loom Available. > ? E ,
Sept. 24, F.O.P. Hall, 27th eight teams in the league at SUPPORTYOUR I 1
1 Ave. and N.W. 151st St. Tables present. ren.We look forward to a most t DAY AND I NMHT.CLASSES. NOW FOMHW '

Free. B.Y.O.B. and donation Bowlers are from Miami, profitable! and enjoyable af I open8:30a.a.. : *. 10,?..: .1
150. Very little has Opa Locka, West Hollywood ternoon. .
been spared; if any thing.for and Fort Lauderdale. Their I Call Miaul. Ttcfc for pol''H'! : ,.. 63M441 1 II

i your night of dance, fun and lane is on Highway 441 bet- YMCA Or stud! this' covpoa fat farther I.o.ot'' rr
I entertainment. V.F.W. Post ween State Road 84 and Bro-

5693 goes "all-out. ward Boulevard. BE A NURSE'S AIDE I Miami Ustitott of Technology 1250 N.W. 27th Ave. =


L LYNNJEFF KINDERGARTEN TRAINING NURSES'AIDES KINDERGARTEN S NAME...........................................AGE........... rr

i 2380 West FlogUr Str.., AVENUE J rN
5861 N.W. 17TH
6601 N.W. 22ND AVENUE Call for Information and for :I STREET ..........................................................., II
b roc h u r.! 444-4637 or CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT

443-9741 LUNCHES rr CITY.............................PHONE...................... r
FROM AGES 2-6 Morning Classes PICK-UP SERVICE q .
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. BVBBBBBBHBBIlBniBBBHBHBBest
Newest! Most'Modern! Pick Up and Delivery"" Evening Class.! REGISTER NOW

Note: Breakfast and Lunch 7 to 10 p.m. .
Excellent Care for Your Child REGISTER NOW FOR HEW' 691-7796 OR 696-3802 .luys ii Towi, .

Call Now For All Information CLASSES Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.

OR PL OR .. ..,. ,
686-0391 9-8779 NE 40940 --- ---- '" '';

Modem CBS Beauty. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, built-in-oven,

central heat. $14,500 total. $450 down.

Large Air Conditioned Room SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL **********

SPECIALENROLL Gorgeous CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport, central
4} AVAILABLE FOR DANCES, MEETINGS, heat. Fruit trees, extra large lot. $500 down.


REASONABLE RATES BEAUTY CULTURE CBS, 3 bedroom on (large lot. Dining room, utility

SEATS APPROXIMATELY 300 REASONABLE LOW DOWN PAYMENT room. Only $11,000 total. $350 down.

COMPLETE BEVERAGE SERVICE AVAILABLE] Name.Address________________________________ *****.*****

CALL MR. CONE 443-5611 __
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CLUB TIKKI 3611 GRAND AVENUEPerry's This coupon worth $5.00 toward course

M i i r n jTnnii S.pt.25 :._
i Only $75 month. Large CBS, 4 bedroom, 2 bath, air

I II I cond. appliances, fenced, bargain price $15,000.

Debbie Playland
JACKSON' TODDLE INN Look! $50 month. $7,900 total. CBS, 3 bedroom, Fla.

Kindergarten &. Nursery. A room, fenced, rear. Hurry this won't last.


WE OFFER: Fully furnished, 2 bedroom Only $70 month.' $8,500
CURRICULUM : 10:00: A.M. TO 6:00: O.M. P.M. Close in. Near buses, schooli.


HOT LUNCHES The same Dependable Conscientious
PER WEEK service...


'further information:

CALL NE 4 8315 OR NES 8052 o, o., .

I 1 All..children 4800 enrolling N. W. 24TH must have COURT health,'co/dtJ ,3038 'NW r,48Ttrr; NE14-4308' 4UO. HW. 7ft An.; 751-5551,

iMrs. lone Perry, Supervisor' AkW :. '. + r :,/ J's

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c----- THE MIAMI TIMES, FrIday, September 17, 1965 15 Ii. j

I Grumbling is Top. Negro College Looking the

With 30 Grads in Pro Ball 'SPORTSWORLD

GRAMBLINO, La.- Coach tinental leagues.
Eddie Robinson of Grambling Elephan-TINE stars from .
College recited his catechism Grambling include Earni e -,
fa winning football games to Ladd 300-pound tackle, San ,.'.
newsmen by paraprasing Diego Chargers; Willie Davis 11 .;.
Jake Gaither the famed Florida 250-pound end, Green Bay ARMBRISTER Over
;;- A&M coach. Packers; Buck Buchanan,

Gaither says he likes his 272-pound tackle, Kansas City
26 and hos-TILE." pound tackle, Philadelphia
DRAWS BOXING ENTHUSIASTSThe With Keen perception Robinson Eagles; and AlphonseDotson, Miami is now a football town in a big way; what
added that he also 278-pound end, Kansas city with the American Football League firmly planting a
South _Florida Veterans Boxing Association wants his players elephin- Chiefs. stake here, Miami has given up the small time mas k
formed is in the midst of Ladd, Davis and Buchanan -
recently now a membership TINE. and donned the glamorous costume of big time.
drive. If you are supporter of boxing, join now, we Gambling has 15 linemen last earned all-pro honors Many questions were fed into the computing minds
need you! Make inquiry at Miami Beach 5th St. Gym or bursting with muscles who of Miamians since this big business venture took

call or write Tommy Ross, president at JE 19504. weigh pounds.between 245 and 285 ardent advocate of aggressive place and the most outstanding is: Will Miami supportpro

Thanking you one and all. This V.B.A. takes in from Robinson has a matchless football Robinson football?
Key West to West Palm Beach. Here are some of the record for developing professional has coached the sport at There are some who contend that with all the
members who attended the last meeting and a short stars. Some 30-odd( ex- Grambling for 22 seasons. high schools and University of Miami games there will
biography of them: Benny Nabors who holds the recordof Tigers are currently earningpay The sagacious mentor has be a saturation of football that will fill Miamians to
having fought more times than any fighter in the checks in the American, won 148 lost 59, and tied 10 the gill and leave no desire for pro ball.
world 547 fights all told. Benny is one of the organizers National, Canadian and Con- games. We all desire the best things in life, and for these

of the V.B.A. here. Kid Leon, 81 years of age, things we must pay so it is with football to continueto

still looks in great shape. Barney Felix, former fighter Teachers Leadership Training have the best we must support the team.

and referee out of New York, makes his home here
and resumes the same duties. Hank Kaplan who writesa

column for Ring Magazine is also a boxing historian.Ben Seminar At DuPont PlazaThe Like any coach would be, Coach Vernon Wilder is

Levene now connected with Miami Beach Boxin g Seventh Annual year's activities will conclude very pleased with the outcome of the initial game his

Commission as an inspector. Tommy Ross, presidentof Leadership Training Seminar with a banquet and general North Dade Thunderbirds reeled off for him in knock-
V.B.A., managing 5th St. Gym. Tom Heeney who (formerly Leadership session starting at 7 p,m. ing off Mays 60 last week; but like all coaches his
fought Gene Tunney for the heavyweight championship. Workshop) sponsored by the Main speaker at the dinner zest for winning has not even begun to reach its maximum
Billy White, one of the hardest punchers out of Dade County Classroom will be Dr. E.L. Whigham and he is scrupulously running his boys through
New Jersey. Mickey Genaro who boxed them all. Jerry Teachers' Association will be Deputy Superintendent of the their places in preparation for a not too easy sche-
Dade County Schools. Dr.
White who coached Miami Golden Gloves Teams and held Saturday (September18th will, the dule this season.
) at the DuPont Plaza Whigham speak on This week the T-Birds travel to Belle Glade to
took them to New York from 1946 to 1951. Jerry also subject "Educational Lead-
Hotel 300
the for and had Biscayne test their ability in trying to annex another victory to
operated Magic City Gym 11 years 17 vard Way, In downtown MI- ership and the CTA"
their of
World Champions train there.Walter Hoffman now oper- ami. Its dual themes will be: Another prominent guest string one.
ates and manages the Carillon Health Club. Mike Sper- The Time to Teach Project speaker, scheduled to address
gel, former all time great operates the Playboy Bar on and The Art of Professional a general session at EXCELSIOR ROLLING AGAIN
the Beach. Smith West Palm Beach referee. The Negotiations.The 1:15: p.m. is Dr. MalcolmH.
Jack ,
The Excelsior its Bow-
annual onedayevent Prox'us, Director NEA's"Time League opened 1965-66
V.B.A. is sorry to hear that Lou Farber, former American designed to orient to Teach" Project, ling season last Thursday with the greatest display
Bantamweight Champion is in the Coral Gables which will oe the subject of
Dade County CTA leaders enthusiasm ever on an opening night.
Veteran Hospital with T.B. It would be a good sug- and Representatives and to his speech. Aided with the experience gained in the last se-
gestion to send him a get well card. inform and instruct them in More than 300 teachers ven years the league promises to gain on the prominence
their duties and functions in and leaders in county state
: it has made in the past.
ONLY 8 OF 32 LEFT IN $10,000, COUNT DOWN serving Dade County teachers cles and national are expected educational to attend cir Officers elected to chaperon this 12 team leagueare
throughout the coming Ernest Hayes, president; Oswald Smith,vice president -
Interest in Flagler's $10,000 Count-Down Stake will get underway with the Seminar.
year of CTA's Second Vice-Pres- ; Dennis Peak, Jr., secretary; Charles Gowan,
figured to start mounting tremendously Wednesday registration participants
ident Mrs. Janet Dean is treasurer.
night when the real counting was scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. and will continue ,
Chairman of the Committee
with only eight of an original field of 32 left in the throughout the day, except
11 for.a lunch break, with general in charge of the Leadership PAR & BIRDIE PLAN CHAMPION TOURNEYPlans
running. ) sessions, individual Training Seminar. Assistingher
These eight were Happy Stutz' Comstat, Ray Du- group discussions and work as staff consultant is Don- to conduct an elimination match play tour-
\ Pree's. Another Bonus, Les Cole's Wild Jean, Al Mos- sessions until 6:30 p.m. ald R. Pierce CTA Personnel mannet to determine the club champion were the main
kovitz Medley Judy, Cole's Steel's Manor, Mrs. John For the first time this and Field Assistant.REDUCE topics on the agenda of the Par and Birdie Golf Club

Prevatt's Nana Jo, Gene Randle's Discuss and George Monday night at a meeting held at the home of presi-
Fulton's Secret Fiber. dent Kelley C. Wilson.

Two were due to be knocked out in the Wednesdayrace Register To I All members who were unable to attend are re -
leaving six to go to the post Saturday in the. quested to contact tournament director Dave Bondu as

fourth round of the 5/6th miles stake. The "cutoffs" Lost 9f to 6 po..ds to the specific details of the tournament and. the an-
would be the two running last and next to it. YOte tire of their pairings. .
WEEKLYN Next regular meeting of Jhe.club wjll be held at
The last two finishers Saturday also will be drop-
1545 S. W. 1st Streat5wI the home of Leo Armbrisert, 1721 N.W. 166th St., Opa
ped, with two others scheduled to be eliminated in FR 3-2748 Locka at 8 p.m.
the sixth round on Saturday of next week. Finals will
be a two-dog match, race on October 2nd.
Prior to the, fourth round test Wednesday of this DR. LONG'S CLINIC
.. ...
week, the'favorites appeared to be Comstat and Ano- ... L ,. .r .
ther Bonus-on their season long records. l i: J, iil r
With the field down to eight, Les Cole,. who was \.., vi.-1 ,. -
the top stakes, oneym winner among Flagler's contract
I II Ii kennels during the summer season still had two goingfor J//I lioob' 'a'r. ,.optu,. '

him in the Count-Down Steel's Manor and Wild Jean ; I I '

while George Fulton, who was the only kennel ownerto
make it to the finals in every stake on the summer
had his with Fiber ashis -- --
program, streak intact Secret F-
8:00 P.N."rA. .
representative in the round of eight.

--------- I {THE, '$ ANNEX"I It' I


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r BIRMINGHAM, ALA.- 11.. North and West. The dinner South or were the children of '.r HAND KEW HOMES' '
Southerners who gleefully Speaking to some 700 was a highlight theconfer- persons who were born and iff
point the finger of scorn at guests at the first annual ence which was attended by grew up In the South where Ns
racial 'outbreaks in Los Angeles Human Rights Dinnersponsored 320 delegates from 32 states they had been denied rudi- II 1754 N.W. 76TH TERRACE II
I Chicago and other by the Birmingham and the District of Columbia. mentary training to prepare
'I 4 { non-southern urban centers NAACP Branch, during the Delegates were present fromas them for living in this age 1764 NW.16TH TERRACE
I'' should carefully examine two-day week-end special far away as Hawaii, Mas- of automation. They were 1751 N.W. 16TH TERRACE
a : their own, role in spawning NAAC1 conference, Mr. Wil- sachussetts, Michigan and stripped of any responsibilityin
such riots, Roy Wilkins, executive kins said the South must California. government rejected by I 3 Bedroom 2 Baths Fla ROOM II'
4\, director of the Na- share some of the blame for Many of the persons involved the community, given Inferior -
tional Association for the Ad- what happened in Watts last in northern riots, the education, excluded Big Lots Tile Roof
vancement of Colored People month and in other over- NAACP leader pointed out, from training for craft skills, Ain
warned la an address delivered crowded Negro ghettos in the "were themselves born in the and made to feel that they I' F ) ; R k I
here Saturday, Sept. had no stake In the commun ORDeRE ., o er

I ; ity."This," Mr. Wilkins L3639W' 15th Avenun 9 635-4595,I

c h$ State Calls'For t Teenager charged South's ,contribution"has been to the the

\ enevitable unrest which has
Cleared in developed in non-southern

ClampDown communities plagued by ex-

Jaffe Murder cessive unemployment, han TV SALES & REPAIRS FREE DEUVERY
dicapped by inadequate education -
on Drugs I and driven to des- Authorized factory TV repair company
After deliberating four pair."
.. hours a Circuit Court jury of MOVED TO LARGER QUARTERS
Mr. Wilkins did not exculpate -
11 men: and one woman found NOW LOCATED AT
In an address before the 13 of these addicts thepastsix Barry Brown not guilty in the the North or the Ne-
Southeastern Chapter of the weeks." first degree murder of Frank gro community. "The entire 149 N.W. 62ND STREET
Florida Council on Crime, Bellinger said that though Jaffce, a Miami attorney nation, by nearly a centuryof Authorized RCA sales dealer
Ray H. Bellinger, State nar- jail is not necessarily the neglect of the Negro and
cotics officer, called for a answer, the addicts must be Brown, "Cuda" to play by failure to make him a All our sales and repairs guaranteed
get-tough attitude to stop the taken from their environ- mates and members of the Se- full citizen, contributed to the
further spread of narcotics ment for physical and venth Street Bulls, a gang of current: outbreaks. Until recently JOE SCOTT TV PL 1-8381
sales and addiction in Dade psyschological treatment. beatniks to which he was alleged the national policy' I
"You have to take them off to have reada seemed to beta ignore the
County belonged, oppressive "* i i M n i i i M if i Sept.25
There are now about 500 the streets. It is a fact that Bible while the jury decidedhis conditions under

drug addicts in Dade, Ball one addict will make six oth- fate. which Negroes have been anri"a a a a a<
inger said Very few are teen ers during his lifetime." When he heard the verdict, compelled to live," he
agers. They obtain their The so-called "English Barry, who did not take the charged.
drugs by bilking doctors In- system" received sharp cri witness stand, stood up, and "Those Negroes who TELEVISION SETS
to writing prescriptions they ticism. Under this system the waving his arms over his head have escaped the worst scars really do not need for medical State supplies narcotics to grinned with joy and relief. of this oppression," he said, e' :;$2O.UP"BEAUTIFUL
I treatment. confirmed addicts. "There is "have failed to do all that '!;"
I "Drug addicts suffer from a great drive by the addicts There was no testimony in they could for their less for-
r of this his behalf Judge Eaton, in tunate kinsmen. Their RECONDITIONED GUARAN-
a disease, he stated. "You country to poisonthe resources -
whose court he was tried, ruled -
can pity them,show minds of the general pub have not been sufficient
compas- that his admission to TEED TV SETS, ONLY $20 UP FULL
sion for them, but they must lic in favor of this system"the police to enable them to do
be put away." We arrested narcotics officer said. members that he of was the with Seventh two Street other the complete job alone, but PRICE. GET YOURS WHILE STILL AVAIL-
they can, and should, con
Bulls, who actually shot At tribute more in money and ABLE. SPECIAL SALE FOR SEPTEMBER.
SUPPORT'YOUR. torney Jaffe, could not be ad in services to help lift the
STORM DISASTER HEAD mitted as trial evidence. U.S.I.T. CO RP.
burden from those, who,
TO ADDRESSMEETIHG Jaffe was shot while sit- .
\ through no fault of their own,
MONDAY ting in his parked car in the the have been trapped in a cul- : 703 N. Miami Ave 371-9947
t 400 block of N.W. 9th St. "
1 Mr. Tom Butler, director of YMCA night of February' 27 this year. tural and economic abyss. Utetitt at ttet.t.t..... ..... .._ Sept. 25.

I the Storm Disaster Program in
the Greater Miami area, will
appear at a meeting of the
Central Business Association
\ at g p.m., Monday, Sept. 20,
at 470 N.W. 11th St.
Mr. Butler also heads the
office of Small Business Loans
I and will be pleased to answer
( all questions in connectionwith
the SBA and storm Disaster
I relief programs.Mrs. .


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