The Miami times
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00423
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00423

Full Text
--r........" --..-.......__..._ --

Bhiv, of Florida Library

,Piy'M>MwrM*w ;;:;: ; :

'.,,,;h;,"NEIR'i I ; : :',,/' ',"R'II 1 I Sr::.," ';;:;? I'I":; \\'I' ...'4:r \'' j 1'1'1' "'m-t( .I NI"I'JJi.B" :! EA'' "'(:--.iI'ili r '

i .. _...._...._,.",..._...:......._........,_ -,_....-_-"'...._-.. .. ... .. __. -. ..r.wJr.u..4y.-.r..r __../.M__ ,, w.. w.-_ <>... .. _' ". .1,r. .. W .. e . .1. ..' .::!:.:




: ,43 d

$ "

'.> i '
: V .r '

,:I Never Mixed .
"r<'A'StngU latu*iu>


Vol. 43. No. 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY JULY 8, 1966 20 PAGES 15*

-,j!I 5,000 Picnickers Scatter After ShootingI ,I IA

mm was shot In the head, direction. said the gunman had been detectives. They were re-

a dozen bruised in a fraoas Diaries Edward Smith 22, identified but was not yet leased. No'one was arrested,
and thousands Inconvenienoed of 6710 NW 24th Ave., was arrested. said Detective
Lt. Robert
July 4th at Virginia rushed to Jackson Memorial
Key kjidRlckenbacker The first officer on the Razeja, shift commander for
Causeway after Hospital, and was reported in scene, Deputy James Askew the Sheriffs Department.
a dance floor fight almot critical condition after five was reported roughed up by
He said the first call
,. erupted into a riot. hours of surgery. The crowdof fighters on his. arrival. All at was
4:23 P.m. Many false reports -
Y I More than 40 sheriff's deputies bathers estimated at
r available city and county went the rounds on radio,
and Miami police went 5,000 became sensed after units answered his call for Including one that
to the scene to quell the dis the shooting. assistance.A sons were killed. seven per-

turbance. number of young men Officers said that for "the
Bridges on the Causeway It was reported that the between the ages of 19 and amount of people there the
were sealed by roadblocks trouble between the two men 35 were taken in police crowd was well disciplined."
while police searched the was the outcome of an argument paddy wagons and squad cars After "we got the trouble-
a island for the gunman. Traffic they had about who won to the Sheriff's' Office and makers out, the trouble stop

backed up for miles in each a dance contest. Officers questioned by homicidehis ped right away"

}f 11 Florida Farm Don Shirley featured lJ !


4 Workers Die In J In Stadium ConcertI

Music of Jerome Kern
9 will be featured at the next
Alabama Bus CrashA Family Twilight Concert of

the Greater Miami Philhar-

I bus carrying farm work troopers were: C. W. Owens monic at Marine Stadiumon

t ers from Florida Missouri Willie Wilson, Belle Glade; Saturday, July 9. The r
d a crashed into a ditch near Robert A. Burguress and concert the second In the cur-

Ozark Ala., Friday, killing Jackie Burguress Immokalee rent summer series will be

11 persons and injuring 10 ; Peter Murray, 39, Jacksonville conducted by Joseph Levine.
,.;, critically. ; Kathleen S. Hill, 7, The soloist will be Don Shirley woadHis

''I The leftfronttire of the bus Martin D. Hill 5,and George noted popular and class
I blew out and the driver lost Cody, also of Immokales; ical pianist and brother of

1 ... ... Ml\Joontrolf 'state'1I'OOpel'1.said.. James Smith, Apopka; Willie Dr Edwin Shirley of the City
The old converted school bus Hicks and Ruth L. Cato. and Dr. Hilton Shirley.. of Ft.

careened about 200 ft. on the The workers, who were Lauderdale.
highway and slammed into said to .have travelled toge- Guest conductor Joseph
.. the embankment of a ditch. ther for five years,were from Levine has been music di-

., The engine was rammed Belle Glade on the way to rector of the Omaha Sym-

.... back inside the bus by the Impact Missouri to harvest crops. phony since 1958. He began
... AI.s shattering the wind- The injured were takento career as a concert pianIst ---
symphonies have been
shield Dale and served for a time as
and throwing many of County Hospital in
performed by the New York
I the occupants into the front. Ozark, Southeast Alabama staff pianist with the Philadelphia
w Philharmonic and Phila-
II I I Seven bodies werecountedat Hospital in Dathan and the Orchestra under Eugene the
c :""::+: the scene, State troopers hospital at Fort Rucker. Ormandy.Don Orchestra.
-i Shirley was born in Kingston
said and other Shirley, who will be
passengers Many of the injured were
;. Jamaica and receivedhis
died on the way to the hos- In critical condition with bro- making his first orchestral musical
pital or at the hospital. ken arms and legs and appearance in Miami, hone Catholic education at
University in Wash-
The dead identified said. of.the most versatile and creative
by state lacerations, witnesses
figures in the field of ington, D.C. In addition to

MISS BAHAMAS Pretty Sandra Jarrett from Boys Taunt Man With music.Trio he With has performed his Don Shirley in 280 two grees honorary, Shirley has doctorate earned de-a

Nassau is the Bahamas entry in the Miss Universe cities in the past four years. 1'h D. degree in psychologywith

'pageant this year. An IBM accounts clerk who likes to Shirley has also appearedas Phi Beta Kappa honors.At .

play tennis, Sandra will appear in a gala parade and fireworks 1 Shot piano soloist with such the July 9 Marine Stadium .

opening ceremonies at the Bayfront Bandshell to get : ,, major symphony orchestrasas concert Shirley will per-

the Miss Universe Pageant off to a fast start Sunday Tormenting a man with he fired a gun point blank into ; the Detroit, Chicago,Minneapolis form Geshwin's "Concerto
evening. flying firecrackers came dan- a crowd in frotn of his apart- and National In F."The orchestra will play
gerously near to causing ((:Washington
D.C.Sym- selections from some of Jerome
ment at NW
6316 12th Court
Starting at 7 the parade will wind down
p.m. boy his life Monday night in the Uberty Housing pro- 'phonies. His extensive repertory Kern's hit Broadway
.Flagler Street and Biscayne Boulevard. the 4th of July. ject. includes works by composers shows, including "Show-

Featuring elaborate floats and colorful band John Barber Jr., 16, of Miami Homicide Detective j ranging from Duke boat," "The Cat and the Fiddle

units, the parade and opening ceremonies will featureall 1215 NW 65th St. was struckin Tony Fantana was told by J Ellington: to Beethoven. ," and "Roberta"

the 65 contestants, the reigning Miss Universe the chest by a .22 caliber Johnson that the boys had Tickets for the Family

(Apasra Hongsakula) as well as former Miss Universes. bullet. He was admitted to been taunting him for a longtime With his trio and in solo Twilight Concerts which be-
Jackson Memorial Hospital I and the firecrackers were I Shirley has recorded 17 albums gin at 7:30 p.m., are $1.00

Admission after surgery. the last straw. Johnson was ,! for Cadence Records. each. Seagoing patrons may
is free
to events. Jimmy L. Johnson 24, quoted as saying, "! told them The pianist also has achieved also attend the concerts In

The official competition starts Wednesday nightat was booked for aggravated two or three times to cut I it 'I a reputation as a com- their own boat at the same
the Miami Beach Auditorium. assault after he told police out." poser In the classical field. $1.00 a person rate.


In his keynote address it should
be enthroned
briefly in the fight for Negro freedom "We can sail our NAACP
Tuesday night to the 2,000 the human spirit would die a ship Florida Gets
the the ballot participation in 'steady as she goes' with Murderers
delegates attending little."
government as elected public more drive to the turbines
annual session of the
He criticized the Congress servants, and efforts to gain more skill at the wheel but First Negro
. Los Angeles Roy Wilkins, of Racial Equality for increased employment, fair no fancy capers just for the Surrender

executive director of the adopting a resolution calling housing and unaegre gated sake of capers." U.S. Marshall
.' group, and said he regardathe for retaliation by Negroes education. To Pollice

concept of "black power" as against acts of violence. Referring to the "Watts' A young man disturbedthe Bruce Hall of Jacksonvillewas
! Tony 22, and Leon
"the father of hatred and the riot
i in Los Angeles last
meeting by running in here
sworn Wednesdayas
mother of violence.
24 two brothers
Stressing that the NAACP August, Wilkins said, "The through a side door onto the the first Negro U. S. deputy Miami Police last
) .We of the NAACP will has never "si ped a pact ]lesson plice and cityo officials speaker's platform and pointing marshall in Florida. with Thursdayand
were charged first
have none of this." he said. to turn the other cheek at the head of
1 forever -I learned from last Norman in ,
year Hall 30 was sworn by degree murder. -
"It shall not now poison our ," Wilkins said: I i is to seek correction and Houston Los Angeles NAACP
U. S. Marshall John McGuire. Both lived
forward march." men at 1391 NW
I i president, as he shouted
"It seems reasonable to improvement, but still more
The new deputy served on the I<60th St. They were charged
"Black power" in the that proclaimed r e esslm. uYou re the communist)
assume protective with
Jacksonville 1
the Poll ce Force shooting to death John
who's leading these "
quick, uncritical and highly violence is likelyto people.
as Cautioning the delegationthat for five years and four years :1 Bass, 31, at his home at
emotional adoption it has encourage counterviolence ( NAACP has no panacea with the city prior to his :1622 NW 5Jrd St.
received from some segmentof aa it is to discourage violent j for the many problems facing, Two men grabbed the police tenure. The shooting occured over

a beleaguerec people can persecution." 1,the! civil rights movement 3 youth immediately and several Hall will serve as deputy 'an unsettled debt, homicide
mean only black death." Wilkins said the NAACP ,'others escorted him
tie called for a course of to theStroot. marshal! of the middle district *detectives said. Baas was
wllkins emphasized "Pven if should choose as its weapons moderation '
\ Baying: hot with .a .22 caliber rifle.
of the
.. ._ state.
---- --

1" --.4


]I i

? THE MIAMI TIMES Friday July 8,1966Teamsters .

I. !;;,:

t I ),

it y,, r r.

yyEN .
., ,

I wi

h-i F'F' K{, Ji i "

: : w I at

: ,,"'.: :., wi
; ,
It :J W ,t YI
: ,. \ i :'
'I g\
r ,. er'I
14 # t:
YTh # L
"' :,
.tt"'i si

\, t
t. to

," J Jo
: ala"

1 a'Pi'
5 (e 4 Ni

-I' r'tr "1

;41''A ,

u _
t M y i

1 "* t, re

i rc CVr ; ,

rTaq I'r t

l y rre t
k r

( I

\ i

9 J
e P ..
4 /
09 {s

l S E a. aI I I"t

__ '\ t

y n 1

I 14

I Meet At Beach; Hoffa To ;Third TermMore .

than 2,000 union delegates are attendingthe $75,000 to $100,000 a year, pay his huge legal ex- President Frank Fitzsimmons. Hoffa's choice to replace ,

19th international convention of the powerful and him PCHH
penses empowering to assign his duties to a him. ,
Teamsters Union at the Fontainebleau hotel on Miami new general vice president if he is jailed. Pictured at top left are two women members re- ,.

Beach.The Hoffa's open attempt to keep control of the gistering delegates. At right is Hoffa and Steinberg, 11

1,700,000 member organization with assetsof world's biggest and richest union has caused grumb- international vice president from Toledo Ohio.
a billion dollars is controlled in the iron grip of ling among the union's top echelon-but strictly in
Teamster boos James R. Hoffa who is a shoo-in for a private. Bottom left is Editor Balm Leavell of the Chicago :. '

third 5-year term as president. New Crusader and William L. He Homey, convention

Hoffa is expected to gavel through with ease One official labeled it a "power grab" and said sergeant-at-arms from Los Angeles. At right Willis I

constitutional changes boosting his salary from Hoffa never would turn over the presidency to Vice Drake (in plaid shirt) signs in. Adams fotos. e 6

< .-

Florida Voters league Wants NegroesOn \Dugies Guest Housed :I'I'

The house of unusual! rooms I
Both National DelegationsBy "
"Keep us in mind" :. .

A better place, w. challenge you to find
Norman B. Jones viera Beach was unani- Mrs. Mable Richardson, Mrs. Hattie I. James, Edward Seeing is believing
mously elected to fill the VV. J. Bruton and Wm. Holt, and J. H. Good- The accommodations you receive
action of the boardof
of the Florida unexpired term of Joe C. Lewis of Orlando. FrankL. son of Jacksonville, Dr. You find only In this brother ).Y
directors James as Board Chair- Sampson, Mr. and Mrs. Von D Mizelle of Ft. Lau- 1
Voters League, Inc. In their OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
man. President L. V. Davis Thomas B. Engram of Riviera derdale, John W. Stevens
in Or-
lando Saturday was the meeting reading and presided.The Beach. Atty. I. W. of West Palm Beach. Rev. 2941$ N.W. 47TH STREET 634-3851
of resolutions fall meeting of the Williams Arthur Lee Boyn- James D. Hagin of San-
strongly. endorsing and league will be held the fourth ton, E. A. Mccoy and Nor ford, Ralph Maultsby of JAMAICA DUGIE \

working to build a two- Saturday and Sunday in man E. Jones of St. Petersburg Tallahassee, Eugene A. Always a friend
September in Perry, Flor- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Poole of Ocala, James F.
in Florida and
party system
ida. Those in attendance Siplin and Mrs. Nettie Mor Daniels of Daytona Beach, I
the of both
urging partiesto
place Negroes on the were: rison of Winter Garden. L.V. Davis of Gainesville. ........................................................A'
slate of Florida delegationsto
both the Republican and Miami Times :
Democratic National Con-
ventions. N WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI : 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue

The board heard the report t o 'o,. CUSTOM MADE i Miami, Florida 33147
of the By-Laws Com- 4 PLASTIC FURNITURE

mittee. Adopting some and SLIP COVERS Dear Sir:
referring others back to the ,l.Smlllnl. ,
.committee for further study. .. CRYSTAL SAUDI citAtHIAVY '! Enclosed please find the sum of S__ i
Emphasis was placed on NM MMTANT '
continuous registration of POUT UAIAHTIIt err to cover the cost of a subscription to i!

qualified voters all over the O HAMotuu-*. a r O M Mr i the Miami Times
State.The late Joe James,
AlMIWMi' rttl .STI."UI Mail' Paper To _
former chairnx of the board limn' e (
was eulogized by the body { Eddie Lee Pitt- e ntHioMAII vmiins SPECIALIZING GAIL Address -
man popular local businessman e riniM VAT on
and dedicated
service to the league. His is the new own- City State Zip Code_ _.
er of the Dive-Inn Bar,
widow Mrs. Hattie I. 1772 NW 79th St. Phone Mouse ol Gretchen 1NON
James, responded tothetri- fiOl-9431.! He invites all $9.00u
bute paid her husband. his old friends to come Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Su Months $)00 One Yr. $5,00 Two Yrs.

Frank Sampson- ... of IU---- and meet- --new-friends.- : Covers ............................,................. ..,.,a II'

I Ii Ii

.-- -"" -:-


__ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, JulyS, 1966 3

urban league Expects nOD I I

II at Philadelphia ConventionThe ,\

National Urban Lea- secretary of Housing and mericans and other cltiz
gue's 50th annual conferencewill Urban Development will be as a result of the effects J
take place July 31 the main luncheon speakeron discrimination and
August 4 in Philadelphia Pa. August 1. Other main which has resulted in
More than 1100 delegates speakers will include Mc- and alienation._
and friends of the League George Bundy, president of
.will attend sessions at the the Ford Foundation who
Sheraton Hotel. Whitney, M. will address the conference's Whitney M. Young
Young Jr.,executive director annual banquet on August 2, said. "A national
of the National Urban League and James A. Linen presi- is a time in which we can
;'t ; will be the keynote spak- dent of Time Inc. who will cuss new ways of fighting ,
er at the opening session, address the Commerce and problems. This
Sunday evening J"ly 31. Industry Council's luncheon comes in the shadow of
Lindsley F. Kimball, Leaguer that day. Mississippi march which
{, president will deliver the pre=: gain dramatized the
"' sidential address. conditions which afflict
The conference will listento The workshop group will Negro citizens. This
major addresses by ma- cover four basis areaswel- rence is an opportunity
jor national figures and will fare housing education and rededicate ourselves to
also break into workshop economic development Ideals of interracial ,co ;
groups to consider various Their overall theme "The ration which will gain
i aspects of the war against Bread and Butter Issues inClosing Negro citizens the
i poverty and the League's the Gap." The of that march equality
! goal to assure equal op- "gap" refers to the impor- fore the law, economic
{ portunity for all citizens. tant economic and cultural portunities, education
" Dr. Robert C.' Weaver differences between Negro; A-, decent housing."

;: { : ; '. I ,
,. ,.;'.'': ,'lfI" : ,' I ..'..,..,-.:..;. .", ".;,' .,.' .
: ,"" '" ,44,'
"" ", .J } : :t.;" "1 \II.
.' .
:, ,, r' ;' "

I' ,f .. { ;

\ "
1 w

.k )

}H I :I "f(: ,

I' r /.. 1...... .M

"- t ,+s tw fit't

i N !!

: 'f -".;fif! \ ," ;.; ......". ..,'. ."'.-
iI ;:
I !
JI"'III''f .... ". ,'It
.", '!.'
I ,(,,:,.y I "t'I

jj :, .I t f ;


Nurse Carolyn Brown takes the pulse of Cleveland Jackson, first
patient admitted to Christian Hospital. Looking on are nurse Helen Brooks
Col. Claude Clark, chairman of the board of trustees of Christian. The hospital,
4700 NW 32nd Ave. has been certified to accept medicare patients. Major Susan i.4;
Harris, USAF, has been acting administrator of the hospital since June 1 due to

"e i b" illness of Mrs. Elodia Preston, administrator. Photo by House of Photography.GULF )

s t t l | | !

SALUTES PUBLISHERS The National Newspaper Publishers Association !
was awarded a plaque by the Gulf Oil Corporation at the NNPA
in Philadelphia, Pa., June 23. The honor, "for increasing excellence ,
and In editorial content," was bestowed by E. F. Jacobs, Vice President of Gulf's ]
'Eastern Marketing Region (center), to Frank Stanley, Sr., president of the publishers. t : :: ( )
Other Gulf officials are Roy Kohler, Manager-Special Projects (left), J. [ ,
Critchlow, Regional Sales Manager, and James Walker, Public Relations Representative : [

(right). __

HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL No Job Too large or Small Miami Times ,
Deadlines Met on Time 1
Satisfaction Guaranteed FOR AIL YOUR MINTING NUOS-
I. Quality Job; Budget Price and. oui customers come back!

-.... .... -


4 THE MIAMI TIMES..; Friday, July 8, 1966 ..

Should Talk More About
To Be Equalby w

Living On Earth....

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Whitney M. Young; Jr.
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor Ministers Sermons Executive Director National Urban League

OSCAR W. WEAVER, Clrculotlon.Adv.rtl.lnfl Manager 1 There are many well-meaning, decent people who

Memb of the National Nowipapors Publishers Association say they are willing to judge people by their worth as

"""" SUBSCRIPTION RATES Said' Not PracticalFarley individuals and not as stereotyped members of this or

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN 6.00 that racial group. And yet"they often fail to look be-
yond their personal beliefs and their positions on

Entorsd as Second Class MatUr,, August 9, 1927 at the Post Neasman, coordinator of the Coconut Grove public issues to understand how abstract principle
Office at Miami, Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876 (Human Renewal) Project and an active layman in St. often conceals effects detrimental to progress in race

Office it 6740 NW 15th Avortuo Phon. OX 1-0421 James AME Church, in a recent interview blamed the relations.For .
churches and their messages for the shortcomings 0 f example, there are those who say that govern-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" the Grove folk. ment is too big, that federal'' intrusion into the affairsof
The NEGRO PRESS b.ll.v.s that America can but lead states or localities is bad, and that the federal
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accords lie lives at 1855 NW 52nd St., but works at government should keep such intrusions to a minimum.
to every man rogardloss of roc, crood or color his Elizabeth Virrick Park in the Grove where he fears Now this has long been an attitude shared by
human and legal rights, Hating no man, fearing no mon-ths
"the out of hand." Americans and is a natural byproduct of the federal
youth are getting
Negro Pr... strlvts to h.lp every man In the firm b.lI.f that
all m.n are hurt as long as anyone Is h.ld back. system and the history of our country. But let us look
Neasman blames the 13 churches of the community behind this abstract principle and see what it meansin
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK"One because "they haven't done as much as they could- reality.

even with the youth," he is quoted as saying. It means that Negroes in the South would be left

of the godlike things in this world is the helpless in the face of local segregationist practices.It .
veneration done human worthy by the hearts of men." "They've got to talk more about living here on means that our cities would rot because only the
Carlyle.Ye earth instead of in the hereafter. It can't be done in federal government has the resources to modernize
just one sermon. The people just can't absorb it that them. It means that the political attitudes and structure

Editor was of the opinion that the Dade County easily." created by another age for another society would be
He suggested that "we even need to get rid 0 f
Poverty program was being carried on with quite a rigidly maintained, impeding progress today. And it
measure of success. some of the old ministers if they can't orient to the means that the federal government's traditional role as

He was pleased to know that Sister Marie Infanta modern problems and the idea of serving beyond the protector of minorities from local abuse would be cur-

from the Roman Catholic Church was among those doors of the church." tailed. The role of the federal government has grown

serving at the,Culmer Center in this worthy cause. precisely because of the failure of local governments
However, he was very much disappointed to learn He has planned a meeting for July 12 at 12:30: toadequately exercise these and other functions ede-
at the office of the Welfare in
Planning Council
that she was informed that her "black habit" (although p.m. quately.
he understands she wears white) would have a the Community Service Building and has invited clergymen These same people decry the growth in federal

bad effect on poor little children. of the area. Representatives of governmental spending over the years, and many feel that, with a
He was also surprised to learn that this statementcame agencies will be present in an effort to develop and war raging in Viet Nam, we should cut down on programs
from a gentleman for whom he has much respect- coordinate some effective program for the 8,178 Ne- like the war on poverty. I wonder if they realize

Jack Gordon. Here is one time when he disagrees with groes of the Grove."I that while federal spending has risen, it has not increased -

Mr. Gordon 100 per cent. its share of the nation's output. In 1966, the
It's also said that the Sister was informed that am concerned about the conduct of the children administrative budget expenditures came to 15.2 per
she must remove the small gold cross she was wear- here and the people in general," said the Rev. Theodora cent of the gross national product(total value of goods

ing, and if she was to continue in the program, she Gibson, rector of Christ Episcopal Church."I and services produced). This is a lower share of the

must replace her religious habit with secular clothes. think the churches need to take a firm stand GNP than in the first normal post-war year, 1947,
The board, or some members have decided to and tell the people to shakeup," he added. "If theydon't when it was 17.7 per cent, and is less than in most

contact the office of Educational Program authoritiesin want to, we ought to tell them to leave the years since.
Washington to test the legality of spending public Community." As for the need to cut spending today-where can

funds to hire women in religious garb. The Rev. Temperance Wright of St. Paul AME it be done? The war in Viet Nam will cost more than

What next must we expect? Isn't this a case of Church, 3680 Thomas Ave., and other ministers, $12 billion this year,but the war on poverty is budgeted -
making a mountain out of a molehill? agreed with Father Gibson that the churches "ought to at a mere $1.7 billion. To cut this meager allowance
This sister comes from a religious body that has do whatever they can to help the community." is to court disaster in the Watts's and Harlems
done and is doing so much to help children in our ,T 4 .1 of the nation. These same unprejudiced people must
community. Now comes this humiliation. Rev. Wright, however, did not see eye to eye with realize that their abstract desire for "economy in
Rev. Neasman about the churches working with government" means condemning millions of Negroesand
MORE POLICE WANTEDThe the governm ental agencies to take advantage of federal other citizens to grinding poverty and hopelessness. -
funds for educational programs. He said that the .
city of Miami, with 670 policemen, is now daycare center at his church was ruined by the govern Some say they don't mind who lives on their
short of 40 and the department has not been able to
ment Headstart program. But he will attend the con- blocks, that they would welcome Negroes. Yet, they
fill these vacancies. Perhaps the present salary paidis ference called by Neasman because "ideas can flow oppose fair housing proposals which might make this a
the main.reason. A beginner now receives $4,908. from such meetings." reality. They cherish the "right of contract," which
But the budget for the coming year includes a 21 per Neason suggested that the churches, among other protects the principle of home owners selling to whom-
cent increase making the salary for recruits $5,964. things establish boards to visit
newcomers ex- ever they wish. But this theoretical right often robs
The increase should be an encouragement for those
interested in this branch of the government. plain to them their community responsibilities; conduct Negroes of the right to participate in a free and open
recreations, lectures, etc.,to include the whole family- market.
Then there comes news that the Federal government
and cooperate with government agencies in educationand Many people also that welfare is
say spending a
will provide funds to help in basic training of recreational activities.
The first class will have waste and that the government should not support able-
100 men. 20 students. This The Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson, pastor of historic
is under the bodied men on relief. Yet the huge bulk of those on
program Manpower Development Act administered Macedonia Baptist Church, 3515 Douglas Road, and
relief are the old, the infirm and small children.
by Secretary of Labor William Wirtz.
president of the State Baptist Convention of Florida, Studies show few "able-bodied" men on relief, unlessone
made the observation, "Sometimes can put too
you wishes
include those who have jobs which pay
Reese has much into a church except church itself." so little that
City Manager expenditure of $2.08 supplemental funds are needed to keep
million wage increase for Miami's municipal employees, families together; and many of these men work in pub-
"But I'm willing to along with anything that'shelpful
most of which will be for go lic institutions
Miami's police anf firemen. he added. such as hospitals where they do vital
Other improvements noted include building a Neasman believes that his success in increasingthe work but are drastically underpayed.
$276,000 fire station at Coconut Grove, opening park number from 250 to more than 500 attendants in his There are dozens of other beliefs I could cite
on a supervised basis 356 days a year. The fees recreation program at Virrick Park is one of the answers which are held by individuals who fervently maintain
would be eliminated from swimming pools. to the Grove's problems.He that their principles are right and they they are not
With these improvements will come an increasein with prejudiced in the slightest degree. Yet the effect of
agrees Father Gibson, however, that "I
taxes.The City Manager said transfer of city taxing these principles is to limit the possibilities open to-
don't care what happens otherwise, if the spiritual
functions to Metro will cost Miami $122,000.The our Negro citizens. Men of good will must carefully
foundation is not laid, we're in trouble.
budget for the Department of Finance has examine their beliefs and see what they mean in real
been reduced $158,000 because of the transfer, but life. They must put flesh and blood on their abstract

there is no actual savings to the city taxpayers. principles; when they do, I am sure they will find
Reese said the city rate has been two percent. them wanting.
Now the city will have to use Metro's four per cent
discount rate. a rule we are usually pretty quick on the draw PNYJKAL EV/L! LA-GU TERROR' -
As figured out, a $10,300 home with a tax of $96 when it comes to criticizing our police departmentwhen 'OESTQOJ'7NE'MSfl VES OR TREYoesrROrus D:BY PRN UIlE'-

will have a tax of $136. A $16,000 home in the city they come up on the wrong side of an issue. So enC'A AQ/ /OBS-NEGRO TFRS ARe I
paying $200 will have to pay under Metro's assess- it's only fair to commend the 40 sheriff's deupties and f/.S/SS/JJP/ItJWE'R TENE-D BY THE !

ment of $210-$272. If your assessment is. $11,000, Miami police for the cool and efficient way in which ANDI
you'll be paying $102 in taxes. they handled a delicate situation at Virginia Beach c THe KLAN"If
Monday where more than 5,000 Negroes were enjoying ":
MEDICARE a Fourth of July outing.A .

careless action or an uncalled for display
Medicare is in action. Reports are that the hos- authority by an officer could have ignited the spark to

pitals are receiving patients and of course, checksof touch off a nasty incident that could do nothing but
those who signed up for this hopsitalization are harm to Miami's good race relations. There was
just three dollars less monthly beginning this month. thing racial about the incident. Two young men arguedover no-
However, this should not be even thought about who won a dance contest and one ended shooting
when one considers the advantages to be gained for the other in the head.

such a small investment. When officers arrived on the scene, they were
Those who failed to qualify will have the opportunity subjected to insulting remarks, some were pushed and
of enlisting in the Medicare army during the hit, and one youth brandished a knife at a detective.
month of October.We It is commendable to note that the officers
are happy to note that our own Christian shunned the use of night sticks and guns in weeding
Hospital has been certified for medicare and is re- out the troublemakers and quickly getting the potentialriot
ceiving patients already. under control.


r I


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 8, 1966 5f
-- --- ----
Mrs. Gloria Edden Roberts (Bernard) and her three

children, Joey, Anthony and Lucia, of New York are
'rr visiting relatives and friends for three weeks. She is 1u

\ R the granddaughter of Mrs. Lucia Edden. Mrs. Robertsis

a visiting nurse her sister, Mrs. Vernon Lindsey is
''art instructor at Brownsville Junior High School.

Don't miss the Saturday night concert of the Mrs. Wilbur Hollins and Mrs. Arthur Shores of R s
Greater Miami Philharmonic Orchestra performing at Birmingham, Alabama are spending their vacation in
Miami Beach Convention Hall. Donald Shirley (brotherto Miami this year and are tests of Mr. and Mrs. OscarJ. I'+1,

Dr. E. S. Shirley), a concert pianist is guest Weaver, Jr.Loretta :

soloist.Dr.. Powell has just learned of the good 11
Shirley (the pianist is a doctor, too.) He has news that her husband,Alfonzer Powell, now stationedin 1r:1 ''h

earned a Ph.D. three times-in psychology, liturgicalarts Vietnam, has been promoted to staff sergeant. \ J I.(.' ,J
and an honorary degree from Wilberforce Univer- .,
sity for his "outstanding contribution to music." Birthday greetings to Mrs. Louise B. Riley, Mrs. -
Evelyn Souter, Cyril Adderly, Robert Torrence Sr. and ...'--'- Lenox Charles Gilbert has

Anne Morris and son, Lawrence of Chicago, spentan Willie Hopkins. Mrs. Lucille E. Hick, just returned to the Dominican
enjoyable week with her brother and sister-in-law Welcome to the Florida Printers and Publishers R.N., has been a resident of Republic after spending a few
days with his
mother Mrs.
the Thomas (Hazel) Sanders of Opa-locka. A brief Association who hold their quarterly meeting at the Miami since 1935 when she Mary Gilbert Smith of 803 NW
trip to Nassau completed their vacation. Biscayne Terrace hotel Saturday. started working at the Chris- 69th St. Mr. Gilbert is an air-
tian Hospital on NW First I s:
Kenneth Williams,Nathan Ezell, Donald W. Jones Place, In 1940 she started borne paratrooper of the
Houseguesting with the Sanford (Thomasina) Rev. Theodore Gibson, James Reid and Dr. JosephPortler working _at Jackson Memorial Seventh Division Green Berets.
Ramseys is sister Valerie Morgan of Goldsboro, N. C.
have been named to the citizens advisory Hospital as a relief nurse
committee on slums. during vacation period in May
Among those attending the NEA Convention at 1941 she became permanently Jackson Memorial Hospital
Michael Lee and Rachel Lynn Johnson, childrenof
Miami Beach were Dr. and Mrs. Lewis Dowdy (he's employed as a general duty effective July 6, 1966.
and of
Mrs. Birmingham
Mr. Gaines'Johnson Ala.,
A&T's ) Greensboro, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Walter nurse. Soon afterwards she
prexy ;
are houseguests of their grand and great-grandparents, charge On July 1, Friday she was
Foster and Mrs. J. I, Johnson of Goldsboro, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garie and Mrs. Lucile Garie Chavisof advanced nurse. In this to capacity a she surprised with Coffee and

Coconut Grove. They are having a wonderful time. served faithfully until she Farewell party in a private
Mrs. Carrie McCray is announcing the coming dining room at the hospital by
Mrs. Johnson is the former Mattie Ruth Garie Bethune.Mrs. retired.
marriage of her daughter, Robbie to Mr. Frank Hall on supervisors and coworkers,
Saturday, July 16 at 5:30: p.m. at 4332 NW 11th Place.A Corren Bolden of Waco, Texas was a guestin Mrs. Hicks resigned after all wlshina her much happiness
our city last week. The Boyer family (Cherry Mills) 25 years of service at the for !the future.

unique "Thank you" by Dan Francis found its entertained with a dinner in honor of Mrs. Bolden and

way to my desk. Cute idea. included Mrs. Mayme Williams and Mrs. Agnes Ball. -

The Frazier Gastons, their brood and their niece, Introducing. .
Josephine Battle (Elizabeth's sister) of Shelby,
Darcell nenise Sawyer motored to Springfield, Mass.
The Newest Man From
N. C. is vacationing with the Lonnie pittmans.
by way of Philadelphia to visit their daughter Barbara ,

The Fleming James' Clan and children, Carolyn Ransome Duncan. EquitableALKIN
Edwin and Maria of Richmond, Virginia are guests of
the J. R. Taylors. Sarah King, another Virginian, also Gussie Dobbs attended the National Links Assem-
made the trip with the James. bly in Boston, Mass last weekend. HEPBURNThe

Remember the date: Marie Brown and Gerry Arrington are now attendingthe
Jack and Jill convention in Atlanta, Georgia.
Peace Corps placement tests July 9.

Editor and Frank Mitchell of
Mrs. the
St. Louis
Mrs. Gaynell Ward and Miss Lula Wall of Shelby,
N. C.were among those attending the NEA Conference.Mrs. Argus spent four days in Nassau and four in Miami
Beach while vacationing. Their three children Kenneth,

Georgia McKenzie has returned home afteran Soroya and Cheryl accompanied them.

enjoyable vacation in New York with her daughter, THOUGHT FOR, THE WEEK: Hope is like the

Marie Jones. sun, which, as we journey toward it, casts the,shadowof

our burdens behind us. S. Smiles.
Here 'for rest and some business is Sgt. Fred

Cooper of Nassau. He's the guest of Chris and Marie

Wareham. "

Get well wishes to Rowena Wilson and Louise l t. RESAY'CLEANERS
Ferdinand Phillips, Jr. District is
pleased to announce the appointment of Mr.

A vacation with Mom (Mrs. Harriet Outen) is Alkin Hepburn as an Equitable representative.He .

Leon Ferguson of Baxley, Ga. choice for the summer. was graduated from Florida A&M Univer-

& LAUNDRY sity. He then served in the U. S. Army for two
Iral Davis Porter and children, Davif! and Dawn, '1
of Rantoul, Ill. are spending the summer with her years, being separated from service as a

parents, Dr. and Mrs. I. p. Davis. i J' '.,1, 4628 NW: 27 AVE. First Lieutenant. Mr. Hepburn has been a

teacher for the past 10 years, most recent-
Alexine Delancey will jet to Los Angeles to \
with her brother ly serving as head football coach at BookerT.
spend the summer Joe Delancey HE 5-9275
Joe Roach). Washington High School. Mr. Hepburn is
equipped with a complete portfolio of Living

T/Sgt. Thomas Glass has just completed special ..' We specialize l in hand, finished' shirts.Siiisfactidi Insurance contracts to help solve the financial -
assignment at Amorilla, Texas and is at home with !
and of
his family. security problems your family.
Guartiittftd [His office is located at 100 Biscayne Blvd.

Sympathy to Isabell Young and family in the loss Phone: FR 1.5691 (business) or 751-7066

of their sister, Marguerita Russell at Freeport, Grand residence).
Fri. Pick Md Diliviry
Bahamas. Isabell spent the weekend at Freeport. Also, Up I
to the Huyler, Cox, Aeazes and Thomas families.Mrs. .
The EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society of the United States
Alma P. Keener, south district reading v<:. Rev.,.W. M. Slater, Owner,;,, .}; J.'" flV\| \\s Home Offices New York, New York
teacher, is happy to have visiting with her a sister,
Mrs. Daisy Leslie and children, Kedrick and Karen.
Mrs. Leslie is a teacher in the Spokane, Washington

school system.

Annie M. Jones with daughter Laura and grand- MOCHA FROST

daughter Carole Jackson will board Eastern Airlines 3 tiblupooni Yield:cocoa S cups > "With my thrilling voice ...
for a month's stay in Detroit and Atlantic city. 3 tablespoons "
2/3/ cup water I sing the wonders

Miss Andrea Anita Woods, daughter of Mrs. 1 tablespoon instant coffeepowder /j

Cleomie Woods Jones, 3255 NW 50th St. and Sidney 3 cups milk k MILK ,
Woods of Nassau, received a B.S. degree in chemistryfrom 1 pint vanilla ice cream '
Talladega College and is now working in New Whipped cream (optional) \ .% VITALITY
In a saucepan mix cocoa and sugar;
York City. stir in water and cook about 3 minutes. :, ::, :; COOLERS"
Stir in coffees powder; chill. Add milk 4"%r; ,
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Wilson, Jr., announce the and ice cream and but in mixer orbl.nd.r % '
until will mixed and frothy.
engagement of their daughter, Vennda Rei Harris to Pour into tall glasses and garnish with
Mr. James Gibson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. James whipped cream, if desired. Serve im

Gibson, Sr., of St. Petersburg. An August wedding is mediately.

Dream up your own 'f
Deacon Brown of 3501 Oak Ave. and daughters, Milk Vitality Coolera
vacationing in Rochester, and remember. f
Altansas and Phyllis are MILK'S TOO GOOD TO BE % {
New York with relatives. JUST FOR THE YOUNG

Ruby Higgins and Florida McKenzie are vacation-
ing in Seaside Heights, New Jersey Near Philadelphia.They .
report many Miamians in Philly-Kelson McKin-

ney, Ralph Cole, Adele Greene, Naomi Sands and SOUTHEAST FLORIDA DAIRY INSTITUTE ro f y.% %%''< ((0) BGF/VC IBM
Hilton Rolle.

.i''I II I '


6 TKE'ttlAMJ TIMES, Friday, julf ft 1% .1 _,. _m.

d' i I John lewis Quits Snick KINDERGARTEN CENTERV1LU

5861 H.W. 17TH AVENUE



I John R. Lewis,26,former man of SNCC," he said. "I lion with whites." PICK-UP SERVICE
Bond, SNCC pub- Register now to
chairman of the Student Non feel there are other things I Julian secure a
violent Coordinating Com could do or would like to do.I licity director, said he was place for the fall term
mittee in Atlanta said he is will continue to be active in undecided about the future, &H7SS OR 636-3302
resigning from the organization the civil rights movement I but defended the slogan as
which has taken up the ,hope to study and so some meaning only a political or Mrs. R. E. Copeland, SUP'i
slogan of "black power.: ,writing." economic power that is not tcss
Lewis, who was unseatedas The"black power"slogan exclusive.
national chairman of of the SNCC emerged during
SNCC May 14, said he disagreed the recent civil rights march
with the terminology from Memphis, Tenn., to -ee e
employed by the group. Jackson, Miss. It has caused
"There is a danger in internal divisions in the movement
SNCC of fumbling the ball," and disagreement a-
Lewis said. mong the leaders.Dr. ALAN
He has declined to state Martin Luther King ROCK'S AT THE
his reason for resigning. He said that the term used by the SEVILLEn
handed in his resignationon young Negroes was unfortunate
June 11, to become effective "because it gives the
j. July 22, he said. impression that we are call-
"I have spent almost six Ing for exclusive power anda
kind of black nationalismthat Parson
4 years working full time in
_j SNCC, three years as chair does not involve a coali- 4 JOHN featuringIRA THOMAS QUARTET

Argo, V.. Jar Recording Artist
Patsy Ifackin, student in fashion modeling at JAZZ CONCERTS 4 & 7 p.m.
LIVE ON THE I d 17Interviewswith
Miami-Dade County Junior. College, will reign as Jack's Stars'f
Queen of the 18th Annual Gold Coast Marathon, one of I the ALL STARS
"MR. JACK" Radio Station WMBM
Florida's biggest powerboat races, set for July 1617. FOE 1490 on the dial! Plus Many SurprleetlOpen

The Miami-West Palm Beach-Miami speed dashes along STYLES FOR AU. ACES LAN ROCK spins:the best of jazz!
the inland Waterway are expected to draw some 200 Tk. Very Ute.t b ....'. ,........
racing craft with Patsy presentingtropbies to winners. SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS 10 p.m. 6 a.m.
Miami-Metro News Bureai Photo. ITALIAN SHOES "Come as you are"

944 NW 2nd Are. Miami, Florida evilie' Informality Always

I Phil OssoferBrainwashing Ocean at 29* Street .

is a process Jesus .said, "If ye continue I ..... .
used by evil men to gain acceptance ',in My work then are ye My .. -
of unjust causes. disciples indeed;And shall I ;, .;
l K The Nazis brainwashed the know the truth, and the truth Tiiltrs' 1
l Germans to convince them ,shall make you free."
that they were supermen destined Evil has its day, but truth \ ,fEATUR'"G'' -THet.Rw: ,( : DRIVE-IN THEATRE
to conquer and enslavethe conquers hi the end. Whenwe iK. 6AK SLACK'.SWT'Uncloits.d
entire world, and the shall turn once more unto Pool.*., lor .Sale
Communists have done the I God believing on Him and rAlt.ratioss -
same thing to "wash" God His word (which shall never and Remodeling.'
out of the minds of the'peoples pass away,) or. belief will FAST' SERVICE
they dominate. make us truly free, including 1I7NW62 ST. "SET NOW THROUGH WEDNESDAY
the freedom from the PL; 83901A I
Brainwashing is probably brainwashing of evil men for cuff while yea waif
as old as history. becomes evil purposes. **Any time"* ,
manifest in all lands,and our t
own great country has not .
been exempt from its dire ef II
fects. Those who controlledthe
slave trade had to con CLUB OWNERS R..EPulStON
vince Americans that Africans

were heathens, not subject Compare the "SINGER SOUND SYSTEM'S" New, R.volwt.onary' program "
to the blessings and bounties with your pr...,,'overhead entertainment headache Read furtherfor j A KNOCKOUT OF A MOVIENew !
of God. Thus our Christian ph."ollleftClllOvlng'I h.you live".entertainment. 1
nation was brainwashedin York Times
order to accept the unChristian -

very. This institution process was of simplified sla YOURS OURS "IT MAKES 'PSYCHO' LOOK LIKEA

by the fact that slave COSTLY ECONOMICAL

labor owners.meant wealth to their c..,. 'Uv.'..t.,..10.....' for.., lame 'live' entertainment ..1, SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC! "
clvb m tt ce st.ppr.t.$$00. < NSappr.t.$210.
Even when slavery ended,
I -LA. Herald Examiner
the process 9
brainwashing EXTRAS NO EXTRAS
continued with racial segre ..,.,. .....
ig Uir.eie U .1. N. r.h..ruli .. .v."I..., ..
gation. Deprived of slave labor . .. Screen
bw4g t r ** r .l ev.rtim., .>tr. h.I,.
cheap labor was the object Htr. help.SIZE.
of the brainwashing, although IMPORTANT SIZE,NO OBJECT shock

"inferior the race"arguments..."incapableof were .Only..'1..Bleb. c...,.;....,4..'live'with ample Aay club:r I.,...(...M.".;b.w reaches
entersmall ..,. ..
) c. .1f.,4 11 v. .1.
being educated". .. and so '.1......'. -i.iit.
on. History has disprovedthese FOR FURTHER anew
"White lies," but the INFORMATION

brainwashing goes on.I CALL 633-1255 peak
believe that in order to
be brainwashed, one must National Record in fright
first fall away from a stead
fast belief in God. One can- 3289 NW 1 AVENUEFOOD and
not truly love God while degrading
other human being.. fascination '

j The story | Y
wi luvi IXCIUINT rooo
IValf/4MINI L '

l \ Lounge & Restaurant
R. '
eooe-eoio N.w. 22ND AVENUE hidden

Ow..a AND OPeRAT10: PHONB I fears and
desires !

ti Quality Job; Budget Price
No lob Too large or Small

Deadlines Met on Time
Satisfaction Guaranteedand. .11011 LOI M S I i11)) 4KWOMKW&jRMWIPOUKSN sni.oA.

: our customers come back! Rj Jfa
.1. ,,;i-J; :c ';. Wfctrt old and.. new friends nee! '
Miami( TimesfOIJUirOUIftlNTINCHEEOS ... ,

PHONE 759-8422 EARL EQWARDS,4400 PROP.N.W.1TH AVE. MW MA TINt11KA1TNHM,n i11.i l'.INC''IS' '

t Call OX 10421

r -



e'\\ THE-MIAMI TIMES- -. Friday.:' Jol"fl- -. ->,_* .%.-K'- 7'. I

,., I Tan !Bbpicsst4. Dade, County Summer- Music .: ;t

. Center Moves Into Third Week :

The Dade County Sum- week, Mrs. Hardister, of El
mer Music Center is going Camino Junior College in
into its third week of train California. She has done a "
i I ing, fun and leisure for all splendid job with the '.
& r in attendance. Students and chorus, and her time and-
vt BY DAVE BONDU teachers from all over the effort will be long remem-
county are given the op- bered.
------. .
portunity towork with some The objective as stated
ilI of the leading people in the by Dr. Howard A. Doolin, ,
Bill Wynn and Patrick Range, "the ,see-saw can- musical field, both locally supervisor of music in Dade "
didates" for the position and honor of unofficial I I and nationally. County is to "give the stud-

Sepia Mayor of Miami, are playing nip and tuck. But, Working with the band ents and the teachers an opportunity -
while they are doing this, it's just a possibility that was Mr. Glenn C. Bainum, to work with some
one of the other candidates like Judge Johnson or ij\ past band director of the of the leading people in
\ ) )( Northwestern University music." Keyboard har-
Ernest Hayes could slip past the nipper and tuckers.
who did
a 'wonderful job mony is also taught. This
However, as of last week, popular Bill Wynn jumpedout 0 ysr with the band. The band gives students a chance to
front by a margin of 200 votes. Interest in this will now be directed by Dr. apply different chords in
unofficial race is picking up at a fast rate. Look at 0 If William Foster, director of harmonize what they are
the standings this week and see who is leading: 1'I bands at the Florida A&M playing.The .
RI University in Tallahassee. public will have an
/! The orchestra was, and opportunity to see these
William Wynn 2150 Ernest Hayes 1580 will be for the next week, students and conductors in
1980 ( directed by Hugo Firato, action, at the second Annual
Tamie Dean Clyde Killens 1450 d director of orchestras for Concert on this Thurs.

Patrick Range 1920 Earl Carroll I the New York City Ballet, Night, June 30, at 8:00
I and an* Internationally P.M. in the Miami High
Eugene Kemp 1760 Henry Arrington 1380 known conductor.The School Auditorium. The ad-
chorus was,and will mission is free, and we
John D. Johnson 1640 Willie Lamar be directed for the would love have
1230 UE' by next you.
sQcuy us
11fINI .
We've got a few more weeks left of our poll,
and the winner, as you know, will be announced at a "" 44m4L P Arp

function. Our present unofficial mayor, Charles Had-
ley, has declined the race in order to fill commitmentshe

has made. We will let you know when and where
this affair will be held. "
Central Life Insurance Co. I'M A

,f' "

GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Aaron straughter

Hospitalization Coverage, furnished on the

One thing we don't need here in Dade County is monthly or weekly premium basis.

riots. Y'all might not know it, but we live in, a good ---------

city. Of course, we don't have everything we want, Ages Covered-six months to 65 ,years Q f
but one thing for sure, we've got more than any other age inclusive.
southern town in the USA. Let's look around and see )
the sunshine,fresh air(these are free), nice homes in --------
Covers all
good areas along with slums- like any other city, hospital expenses Includ-
jobs are.open if we apply. Schools are integrated(more < ing ambulance services, daily hospital room

'eo than other southern cities). .pools, cars, fishing, benefits" *, surgeryt. .. and. ,miscellaneous .expen-,
golf, baseball games,dances, nite clubs on both sides ses. -

of the bay, parks in all areas, and sensible Negro ---------- 1
leaders. Things have changed so much since I first Post hospital benefits are available for a -

arrived in Miami. We now can go anyplace our moneycan small extra premium.
take us, so do not let a few hotheads start some-
thing that shouldn't be. They are the ones who, start Our
hospital coverage is flexible in orderto
riots and then'run and leave the sincere persons to do
meet individual family income and needs.
the fighting to get your share of knocks, then they
call us fools. Before any of you go jumping to conclusions ----------

better find out the other side of the story. See, our representative today in your com-

Then there are a few of the "others" who would munity for additional information.

like to see a riot here. It would prove their point that I
all of "we" are ignorant and can be turned into a mob i

with the least bit of provocation.This is evidenced by OF FLORIDA

by a report heard on a local radio station (all white) "YOUR FRIENDLY COMPANY"

(and you know that I will call names if I have to .) HOME OFFICE TAMPA' FLORIDA
on the 4th of July who said that "one man had been
stabbed to death on Virginia Beach (two Negroes WILLIAMS

fighting) seven'people dead from gunshot wound,
and a race riot underway there!" The police were not

able to break into the area, and the ambulance would
on their choice, for Frank has been with different
not get into pick the dead. They were throwing
cruise lines for the past 8 or 9 years. The whole crew
bricks, sticks, etc. at passing motorist, etc. and a
on the Nili are swell people, and try to see that you
group of 2 to 3 hundred persons was holding the beach. have a good time. The food is very good, also .
This was all a lie, except for the shooting and the Iota Phi Lambda Sorority chose the Nili as their con-

victim was at Jackson Memorial Hospital, still in surgery vention site for 1966. They will travel to Nassau in
at 6:30 news time, according to WGBS and Chan- August, and hold their convention meetings in the 2 BANDSCONTINENTAL 1
nel It that they the whole true be-
7. seems got story
main lounge of the ship. They chartered the boat for
fore they made any announcement about the affair, that ritp, and you want to believe that Mayme will be
and did not magnify it at all. .We would like to con- there. That woman believes in ships. Swears she

gratulate them on presenting the news "as it happens." "can float longer than she can fly." J. D. Mack,
Our point there, was that someone might have just
vice president of Lincoln National Bank, had a visitor
taken it himself to magnify this incident into
this week. His mother came down from South Carolina!
that could have really turned out to be
something a
to see what her son is up to. We can vouch for him
race riot if their listeners, both white and colored,
nice of whom she
being a very young man, can reallybe
wanted to go out and "get into the act"with no ques-
proud .
tions asked. This type of person is the one you and I

have to watch for. That is the end of it for this week. Till the next

one Live life, every golden minute of it.Peace!
"thank you" letter from Mayor Robert King High for

support in his gubernatorial race. The rehearsal of "
1111111.11111 I 1.1.1..1 1111..1..111,1. I"'I illill ri.!,
the big band went very, very well last Tuesday night
There were 18 pieces, and they really play. The date SEPIA MAYOR CONTEST =rI

in Nassau is coming up soon for this big band concert I CAST MY VOTE FOR 5 \ FR/D4Y $1

Robert Seldon, Ernest Hayes, Frank Rivers, and a r .r
gang of the golfers went to Ocala for last weekend for ..

the big summer tournament. Have not gotten the news ... BARGAIN NtTl

on who won yet, so I will report next week on the (Name. of'Contestant),
winners The Nili is a beautiful ship that travels r C 3a
from Miami to Nassau to Freeport. Jeff Adams and ,
Hosea "The Silver Prince" are a part of the show on r
(Signed) g
this ship, which is owned by a young couple residingin -
Miami. This is the first ship traveling in our area, : EACH VOTE COUNTS 10 JOINTS |
that has a Negro Chief Steward. We congratulate them niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM


- \


TIDE MfAM'l I'tIME'S; Frfdly,July'8', 1966

_Specials Good Thru SAT JUlY 9th at WHIB'S'!A6\OifrBacon I Ip





39 1 M
111 I'

1' 1
M w 1scc
111 SU6AR5"1W



46 OZ.CAN, .
TO CHOOSE FROM ,_ :: ,wr I


4; *
M ', ,




\ 'll'" GLASS SLOPPY JOE 6/$1


'jl\ :fjIV'jl N !; 2\pZI C COFFEE RICH 16 OZ. 15C I II

\\ ,'{I II/ w S5.00ORDER
: '
: :
: : ;
', OR MORE: ::: \ '. :1:1PR t tI i
.> .
> ; PK;; J
L I !
:/"ffr # ,. ; ,.... .
t-;<<,,, l i., REGISTER, TO VOTE THE BOOKS:: ARE OPEN"- ift. :; /:,
> .t._." iL.. :, !'-, --*._.'.._,.........0.'f.' '=. .. : :- ,'.. .' :. J.r......,I1,. ; ",'+*il.i't ., .
'f. 'ils;'15P";ir''I.r;; e+1 IoII.1fG

'e rI

-- -- -.. --: :..- !B

THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July 8. 1966 9 '

Legion Officers EOF/ legal' Service Wins first Cose j

Are InstalledSome -

IE Economic Opportunity Legal Therefore, her relocation living facilities.
200 services is off and running problem had become criticial Staff Attorney for the defense
witnessed the installation persons of in its first week of operationin A motion for Writ of Assis- was Henry A. Edgar Jr.

American Legion and Auxiliary Miami. tance was filed by the landlord Howard W. Dixon executive
officers on Sunday Miss Josephine Holbert, to oust Miss Holbert from director of the program.
June 2R th at Dixie Park the first client, won her case the premises.
and the most precious asset
Youth Center. Officers of Economic Opportunity Legal

Miami Post #165, Coconut of all-time, time to relocate Services responded with a The Legal Services Program
into the has been created under
Grove #182 and Richmond public housing under request to extend the time
the mandate of the Office bf
Heights Post #281 received Miami Housing Authority.Due necessary to effect her de
to the substandard Economic Opportunity to
t T
M their obligations from 10th parture. Judge Ray Nathan
conditions of her reisdence "eliminate the paradox of
District Commander Gur- granted an extension of twenty
and the extensive repairs poverty in the midst of plentyin
man M. Wolfe and his staff days before the Writ of Assis-
ordered by the Authority, her tance takes effect in order to this nation by opening to
The Auxiliary Unit officers landlord decided to demolishthe allow EOPI to adequately everyone the opportunity to
of the three Posts were structure immediately. furnish Miss Holbert with live in decency and dignity',

Cassie Stokes smilingly acts as door guard for charged by Mrs. Raymond _......_-_._...._...._- _..... ..-- _... ..... ..- --..... -_.... ....-- .....-...-----.,----
James Brown, SMASH recording star, as Horst Jan- ( PAT) Nadeau, District
President and her
Kowski, MERCURY recording star, visits the greatd
showman, vocalist and organist, James. Jankowskiwas Distinguished Legion -
in Chicago for a one-day visit during his short guests attending were De-
trip from Germany to visit America. The composer of partment Chaplain Al Cage
and Department Vice Com-
the great instrumental hit, "Walk in the Black Forest," mander Emil Verdi. "'

has always felt that James Brown is one of the world's Installed as Commanders _

greatest musicians and vocalists, and this was his of the three Posts were

first chance to see him in person as a showman. Rober L. Clark Post 165;

Arthur Baker Post 182;
Miss Stokes was formerly security officer at the Eugene Brown, Post 281.

Apollo Theatre, New York; and previous to joining The Unit Presidents ins- .

Brown as his personal bodyguard, she was associatedwith talled were Mrs. Helen r g

Brook Benton. Steward, Unit 281; Mrs.
Callie Foster, Unit 182 and
Mrs. Mamie Montgomery
Unit 165.

LrWLUWtflJJLfl The ceremony opened i

with thepostingofthecolorsby
members of the Civil l iii

Air Patrol squadron %
sponsored by Post 165.
Also attending was the Sons

of the Legion squadron also Nk
sponsored by Post 165.

After the ceremony a
buffet dinner was served to
all in attendance.
". i-I ,

eibir b:


at FRIDAY ANDSATURDAY IT'S IN THE BAG for these happy young people at the National Youth Con

ference on Natural Beauty and Conservation in Washington, D. C. as they receive

4761-1/2 NW 22nd Ave. complimentary picnic cooler bags from Bill Bass of the Coca Cola Company,

The Metro Transit Authority Atlanta, Ga., co-sponsor of the event. The delighted delegates are from left to right,

Is now open with the latest in rhythm, blues, ,in cooperation with the Louis Goyco, 16, New York City, Sandra Phillips, 17, New York City and Gale

spirituals, '|azz, western, folks and kiddie Downtown Miami Business Hamaoka, ,,,18, Honolulu, Hawaii. Over 500 teenagers representing the nation's ten
Council of the MiamJ-Dade top youth organizations attended the four-day conference held last week at the
records. Also transitor radios phonographs
Chamber of Commerce, will Sheraton-Park Hotel in Washington, D. C.

'guitars and toys.JohnBegg. provide free bus rides for ....
Miami bound shoppers during n.. 1. 1 .. & ,LJ J )<1 g'
-- -- -

Saturday, July 8-9, 1966.
Both days between the I FOR THE FINEST

hours of 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 I
p.m. shoppers inbound to
Miami on any MTA bus may I TAL ,gv
request a validation coupon I BONDED OY

from the bus operator after j
ceposihng the appropriatecash 1 '
r l l'' Zro
fare. These coupons v
maybe I redeemed for 20* cash I RENTAL
,at any of the participating I
merchants listed on the reverse I
I side of the coupon.

For all MTA route and 1 :
schedule information, call I
: ,
Ir--T '538-8631. I

: t y.


.r : I HON. L. L. BROOKS


aM.aTe r.eM


.. ry 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
t'f. vier

.. ...' "taro.i 4 ," '"'\, Bonded also has employment service at main office
< lss ;, i"{.,..> #:___ ,,,;: I
j' ;
...;.:. GROWS Naturally from Healthy the HAIR Normal ROOTS Hair j 4150 NW. 7th Avenue
,In YOUR SCALP. The condition or j
your hair often depend heavilyon I A full time public relations deportment to assist you in solving your problemsPlus
the natural health of your
ij tealp Years ago DOCTOR CAR-j a fleet of cars giving door to door service for tenants convenienceOn

formula NOT Invented called a medicated CARBONOXb tar I nights and Sundays for emergency service call PL 9-8733

1 ClJf which la mixed with many prov.en .
tIIJCDEp beneficial ingredient. CAR.' MAIN OFFICE
SCOTCH BONOCL 1* such a strong powerful ,
vottaK- B antiseptic and does such fine I
N work BUMPY In helping Fl'a".ca ITCHY.thatmany I 4150 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 9-8733

DOCTORS retard It highly
and PRESCRIBE it for many Vandalism done by a few I I. expensive to all. Please help us slop this unnecessary evil. '

hem! ,icalp trouble caused Many scalp annoyingexternally condition C.A Lockhort, Public Relation Director
are greatly relieved by the I
MS UM Of this Triple strength tar I

It will be sent to you alt
mixed: and ready to use. USE IT,
17325 Homestead *,>.
1163 N.W. 3rd Ave: FR 3-8416
FOR 7 DAYS, and if you are not
goodAak the bornandbrd satisfied jour money back. Fay: Perrine CE 5.3553 1675 H.W. 62nd St. OX 6-2467
actually taste
Can a Scotch only $1.5i on delivery. This Include
drinkers.They've been smacking their everything: Don't 17 a 1019 Haminondville Rd. 3801 Gr'on'd Ave. HI 5-1381
+d Scotch penny more You jet It with full 3.3235
John Begg for yean. Suddenly this grandold directions Ute. the finest MEDICATED : I Pompano WE J2JO H.W. 27th Ave, HE 5-3466:
lips over "lake a SCALP FORMULA yourmoney 14255 H.W. 22ad Ave.
the tip of everybody's Your hair and
name lion tonthguies: can buy.
bit better t, say scalp deserve fine care. Just send Opo-locko MU 8.0617
peg of Begg. It's a wee your name and address to--
the poetic Scots of their treasured!John 8egg,whosetaste MEDAL Dept. It HAIR 2 Sheepshead PRODUCTS ?JI I 512 H.W.1st Ave., Hollondole, WA 7-2434

is gentle, and whose pnce .s light. Brooklyn 33. NY. NOTE: Ba"'J 1019 N.W. 6th St., Ft. Lauderdale, JA 4-3357 .
.CO.,INC.,N.Y. FORMULA carries a 100% ,
86.8 PROOF.IMPORTED BY JAMES MeCUNN ten money bac. uarantee. J ,

..-.- .. ""
; -- -- -- "" -
---- -- \

.. .

__ THE MIAMI TIMES, Fridoy, July 8, 1966 P'l I

I Postmaster Announces Stepped. Up Mechanization HereIncreased I

mechanization said that because postal high-speed multipositionletter
and modernization space is at a premium in sorters now being ins-
I mean Improved postal service Miami, consideration is talled will be in operationby
.J. for the Miami area,Postmaster being given to adding a October. The machines
I 4 General Lawrence third floor to the Biscayne weigh about 14 tons each A' .
< F. O'Brien announced last Postal Annex and other and will be operated semi- t.
I I ,I avenues are being exploredto automatically with 12 key-
a press conferencehere alleviate the space pro- board operators who can
Mr. O'Brien reviewedthe sort mail to 279 destina-
steps being taken to pro blem.The Postmaster Generalwas tions at a speed of 36,000
vide Miami postal em- in Miami Beach to de- letters per hour.In .
ployees with better tools to dicate the 5-cent Bill of referring to the"Giant :
handle the mail more ef- Rights Stamp. The dedication "
Parcel Post Sorter, ,
ficiently and effectively.He part of the first day Aerojet at Miami's Biscayne An- 4
also gave a progress of Issuance ceremonies,
nex, he said a new memory
report on the Department's took place at the National system, in the final stage of
mail service Education Association's
improvement installation, will increasethe
,I : program, pinpointing_ efforts Annual Convention.In efficiency of this machine alisssr .rrnrierMSasf Ier C-
I k made in Miami to the mecha-
report on
up- will be
by 100% The sorter t -
grade service. nization for Miami, Mr.
able to distribute parcels by
The Postmaster General O'Brien said that the twoWOOLWORTH'S eliminating S ajv
ZIP coded destinations, .
the need to 9 4
: memorize complicatedschemes. fx

t' .
By December, two self-
service post offices will be
.... ,, ,
-- '''<' ""'" '- in operation in the Miami
area; one at the North Side
Shopping Plaza on North-
west 79th Street and 27th -This machine handles 36,000 letters per hour

Avenue; and the other at
uwi M the 163rd Street Shopping cayne Annex is one of 18 ed."
41 Ge Center. These units, partof cities to receive a closed Immediately, the collec-
overall nationwide circuit television system de- tion routes were split to per-
to make postal signed to aid employees in mit an earlier deposit of
4 : j1f/ program service more accessible to regulating the flow of mail mail which resulted in more
the public, will provide 24- through machines and aid mail being delivered on the
S4prb hour sevice completely them in detecting Jamupsin day of receipt. Additional
mechanized basis. The units overhead equipment. The personnel were assigned to
r'V will have vending machines equipment is being installed separate the airmail from
for stamps, post cards, en- other classes. Also steps
velopes,' and parcel post now."In Miami," he said, were taken to see that bulk
insurance as well as letter "it was found that collec- mails were properly se-.
tions from the mail boxes parated. *
and parcel scales and machines
\ \ to make change for were arriving too late to In another instance, it
\ _, coins and one dollar bills. permit an early dispatchand was found that a large vo-
I ':1 \ \ Free telephone service bet- that inadequate se- lume of first class and air-
I (jI \ \ S ween the units and the Mia- parating of airmail from mail was arriving at Biscayne
it it SS mi post office will permit other mail contributed to Annex at 6:20: in the
\ customers to get answersto the problem. In addition, morning and could not be
\ it questions about mailing. some bulk mails which re- properly distributed and de-
ceive special mailing rates livered. A schedule changein
3 ;eItS Postmaster General 0' were being received without the air flight of one hour
ItS t \ ,Brien said that Miami Bis- being properly separat- earlier solved the problem.


S\\ \
\ S ;k r A, r ,ryay r 4i Y.I


M \
S Ata \

t % t


n_________ ._, ___ __.._ __ T tii


I Mr. Arthur Lipan, Sales Manager of Seven-Up Bottling Company, Philadelphia,
is shown making presentations during the recent NNPA convention. The following

\ AS ,cs, p women editors were pleasantly surprised: Mrs. Nannie Mitchell Turner, publisher of
'- ,, the St. Louis Argus; Mrs. Myrtle'GashUl, society editor of the Michigan Chronicle;

., """1<' ... Mrs. Frank L. Stanley, Sr.; Mrs. Toki shalk Johnson, society editor of the Pitts- at youBit
IWe burg Courier. Others not shown who were cited are: Mrs. E. Washington Rhodes,
: Mrs. Jessie Brown Beavers, Los Angeles Sentinel; Miss Lucille Bluford, The Call;

/ >>bed:, "htrre'ght aluminum Mrs. Lula Garrett Mackey, Afro-American; Mrs. Theresa Fambro Hooks, Chicago
Defender; and the Women's Editor of the Houston Informer.




: 2/5.00 j DISCOUNT. order with Order S

r Forget hot COIlaboratories
C.was recorded and played II curl relaxer. EIt's

Good-looking, tubular legged chair is comfortable. Confidential...Personal.. Private r
tool on the ra dl 0....We have It I so gentleit
practical Folds compactly for easy carrying and .
storage. Rust resistant. Two-tone color combinations. relaxes ever

Matching Folding Chaise Lounge 4.88 s RECORDS INCOME TAX l t : No problem! ]E

s SERVICE It lasts and la
use OUR oldies-45's
run LAYAWAY 3 days service on

AVAUAUI m MIAMI. MIAMI MACM. COmM OAMtS i L p'. that w. mar not .. just enough b
PIMM* NOMIS".... MOiL'WOOD -* WIST MOUVWOO C yo'I : knows there'sTHE


634-9389 2715 NW 54th St. Miami, Florida : EPIC PROFEJO :


,.....- ... --
.. ,

............ --

THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July 8. 1966 11' "

} I r Broward County J

, Desegregation CalledThe "Pure Tokenism" j

Broward CountyBchoolsystem's sume picketing at the Civil
the school Rights Act and Judicial -
federal trying to
at this time Hastings decision which relate to force the school administration 1 report last Thurs- said, nor will it seek further the rights of the individual," )'f"1. \ t t ...
to with 441-B
day was branded by the local discussion with the School Hastings said. comply .',
NAACP at Fort Lauderdaleas Board. a later desegregation plan, : ..t.
The School Board is ask- .
tokenism." The which sets ..
up percentage 'f.
"pure The '
Is "
group not rulingout ing 'j "m; fI'
branch vowed to take the the possibility of meet- permission to sign com- guides to follow and asks for '" .) f:,:/''
pliance with
an assurance designated -
a yearly plan of desegregation -
fight to Washington. Ings should the School Board :
441, which in 'J,
effect '
The Rev. Sam George, "fed that to be filed with the Officeof
it would be
con- promises that
the school Education,the Departmentof ,
NAACP president, a
obstructive board does not, and will
not, Health, Education and
by Attorney
statement to the implementation of operate a dual school
system. Welfare.
Hastings and NAACP infor- j'j'.l
." '
mation officer Don Hallock,

in which the group makes the )
following charges: Jr'I.
"Broward County t Is not SEWING MACHINE SACRIFICE .I...... V.

. remotely In compliance with !,;

Title Six of the Civil RightsAct "REPAIR SPECIAL" BIG BIG BIG VALUE

of 1964. Its==
1 & Oiled
1i "The NAACP...will work NEWLY PAINTED :.

, in Washington within the *Adjust Tensions SO 5 bedrooms, 2 baths (I.- a1I.. _' -' .JJI,..... lil/ _
next few days to make this 'Free Needle & Belt Total Cost' T '''' 'ii"ininaiitt;
! point clear to officials In the *Check all I_ come property, furnished.
I w Wiring $8,500 with 6% Interest.
Office of Education, the De-
partment of Health, Educa- *1 Year Guarantee $500, down. Wall to wall The latest styles, including bangs, can be worn
with the revolutionary new Epic cool soft-styling curl
tion and Welfare and the Justice All Makes carpeting. Open for In-
Department." & Models tpectton. 8013 NW 14th relaxer. This unique permanent reduces the amount of
The NAACP will not re- CALL 634-6242 OR 633-6256 Place. time a woman needs to look her best. The model is

amazed by the new look created by her hairdresser.

call for an $&, appointment today I

at one of these fine beauty shops


301 NW 17th St. Marlorle Coleman
1021 NW Sixth St. -on
FR H787M&M 524-9727 2151 Lincoln Ave.

Annie Lee Branch '
1172 NW 62nd St. Minnie Lee Crawford
1422 NW Sixth St. Park
2226 Bunche Dr.

Mrs. Georgia Cain Bunyee H. DeVoe
1830 NW Third Ave.
3067 NW 19th St.
379-2325 583-9595 Carlyn: j I Ferguson
2226 West Bunch. Park Dr.


.' Margaret Canada Jasle B. Home FASHIONETTE
; > 3382 SW 37th Ave 419 NW 19th Ave.
HI 37263BARILDOW Bernice L. Fourl..121S1
BA 3-4174
y ?
Lincoln Ave.

a '3 > : Francis Dawkins Alma L. McKinley
6531 NW 12th Ave.PL
: L 1-9204 3067 NW 19th St. Ja+i. Mingo

PARLOR OF CHARM 583-9595 2226 W. Bunche Park Dr.
Laura Gainer' LOLA'S BEAUTY SALONMrs. 624-8071
55'k9' 3301 Grand Ave. Elvira McNair
_ \ HI 4-9271 1021 NW Sixth St. OUTLER & MOBLEY BEAUTY SHOP
524-9727 Rebecca Mob'ley
.' "S" "" MAE ALICE BEAUTY SHOP 2200 All-Baba Ave.

aa :; ?""i Mae Alice Griffin M & M BOX OF BEAUTY MU 1.9396ALIBABA
301 NW 17th St.
FR M787
____ 3067 NW 19th St. Mottle Oats
LA CHARM PALACE OF BEAU1Grace Y 583-9595 2198 All-Baba Ave.
Jackson Mo 8-6364
5180 NW 17th Ave.
a 691.5692 Mrs. Mary Alice Thomas OUTLER & MOBLEY BEAUTY SALON
a r 326 NW Third Ave. Marthp Outler

ELIZABETH SALON OF BEAUT r JA 2-9578 2200 All-Baba Ave.
Elizabeth Kins.y17th MU 19396
1421 NW Ave. .
Johnnie Mae Young
635-9153 1021 NW Sixth St.
Edna Mae Sqmmuels
3x LA CHARM BEAUTY PALACE 524-9727 2105 Duval St.
\ Mrs. Clara Ledge MO 8-9386
5180 NW 17th Ave.
691.5692 SAWYER'S BEAUTY SALON -.., .
Clarice Y. Sawyer
Mercedes A. McCullough MU 8-3456
1400 NW 57th St.
691-5692 Sandra Knowles EDNA'S LITTLE BEAUTY BOX
609 NW Second Ave. Mrs. Elra A. Seymour

beauty shop from Gillette! 6445 Willie SW Mae 59th Roberson St. Jacquolyn MY LADY'S Singleton HOUSE OF BEAUTY 688-9386

MO 7-5717 112 NW Fifth St.

Lin. Blvd.C .
Mary Madge Ware
E 5-9998 609 NW Fifth St.

truly differentTJianent
Mrs. Mary Wilcox

FR 1-1787 30 NW Fifth St.WI. .
curl relaxer
SINONA'S HOUSE OF BEAUTY 3-9108 Freddie Mae Crols

Juanita Wiley 5418 SW 22nd St.

'"icool I vasty's COO I OX 6500 19543CORAL NW 15th Ave. ANN'S 989-3514 BEAUTY REST

COCONUT GROVE, FLA. Estella'Culpepper
4730 S W 17th Ave.

of'Tb,) and stinging chemicals. Now from the Zenogla ROBINSON Gains& TUFT BEAUTY SHOP 989-9256

of Gillette comes this truly different GABLES .FLA. 3833 Grand Avenue ANN'S BEAUTY Glover REST
goes on cool-stays cool. Ruby Flowers Ida Robinson 989-9256 Ave.

' your hairdresser needn't, wear gloves-yet 205 444-1509 Grand Ave. 3833 Grand Ave.

)n the tightest curls. Color-treated hair? ROBINSON & TUFT BEAUTY SHOP ANN'S BEAUTY REST
Essie Lee Hill Ann Harris
Epic. _won't revert-in rain or heat. 3833 Grand Ave.STALREY'S 4730 SW 17th Ave.

sts.. Actually conditions your hair. Leaves RICHMOND HEIGHTS, FLA. SALON OF BEAUTY 989-9256

body for the smooth hairstyles. Your hairdressers Piccolo H. McLalten ELEANOR'S BEAUTY SALON
new SARAH B. HOWARD 3605 Grand Ave. Miss Bernice Henry

never been anything like Enic., Try itl! J505Plnkston Dr. HI 8-9333 4444 SW 17th St. ..
238-4159 983-9259

SSIONAL CHICAGO, ILL. Ruby Dee Linton Minnie Lee.Smlthson Geraldine Martin
14901 Lin. Blvd. 4444 S W 17th St.
CE 5-3308 HI 8.7221 983-9259


_. .


12 THE"MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 8, 1966 "0 I 'f"-----

KAN lit .

Clayton R. Pierson, 163ft NW

CARDS .MEMORIALS DEATHS nth St. died June 29. Mr. v ,(
pfcrson lived in the Miami

area for the past 43 years
and was the proprietor of

CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM NW the Royal 15th Ave.Gardens: and located 69th Terr.on

the family of the late I Survivors are a wife, Marie;'
The family of the late I In sad but loving memoryof two daughters, Arlene Wheeler -

I PIONNIER J. FLOWERS my dear son and Hazel Levan; two sisters
Annie Mae Moss and
wish ,
to express their appre-
ciation to the many friends Ethel Bain; a brother, Amos

and neighbors for their Nottage; three grandchildren;

kind words, cards, letters, other relatives and friends.
floral pieces and donations, Services were held on Saturday
Special thanks to the Houseof July 2 in the chapel.

Albert and their staff,
Powell of 1761 NW 62ndSt.
all churches, preachers and Ivan
j choirs. A very special thanksto died in North Carolina.
Rev. Demeratte. He is survived by his mother, Newly-elected chairman of the 18-nation Caribbean

Daughters: Mrs. Josephine Powell; other 'Travel Association, Dr. John Watts (right) of Grenada,
Mrs. Cleomie Jones mains relatives and being shipped Re-to is congratulated by out-going chairman Harry Goeggelleft
Mrs. Muriel Hums Miami where final rites and ( ), government representative ,from the American

burial will be held. Virgin Islands, at the group's 15th Annual Meeting in

Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In center Gerard Catalogue,

CARD OF THANKS Willie Sails of 2151 W: 7th Director General of the Haiti National Office of

MRS. DILCIE C. SMITH Lane' Hialeah, Fla. died June Tourism, who was re-elected to the CTA Executive

wish to express the most We, the family of the late 30 as a result of injuries received Board. In addition to being a member of Grenada's
'J in an automobile ac-
sincere thanks to our neigh cident.He is survived by a tourist board, Dr. Watts is deputy speaker of the
bors, friends and relatives WALTER V. BARKLEY JR. senate.
who departed this life July wife, Liza; five children; a
for flowers cards
} mother, Mrs. Carrie, Hawkins;
use of cars and 9, 1965. Gone but not for >
every consideration during gotten. Sadly missed by his other relatives and friends.Mr. .

our period of bereavement mother. May his soul rest in Sails was a veteran of :
Special thanks to Rev. S. peace and let perpetual light world War Hand was employedby I p.m.Adult Basic Education
L. Gay, the members of 'MU I shine upon him. the City of Hialeah. There Carver t classes are being he Id through

Hermon AME Church and the I Mother will be no local services. t out the summer at Carver

Richardson Funeral Home, Sisters Final rites and burial will be Ranches Ranches Elementary school.
who officiated. we shall remember Grandparents held in,Memphis, Tem. The classes meet on Monday,
each of you daily. Wednesday and Thursday

We are gratefully yours. CARD OF T HANKS Mrs. Bessie Shoemake of 1426 News I I, evenings from 7 to 10 p.m.

.. NW 67th s*> passed at home :You may register at any class
Mr. Herbert Smith sr. June 30. She is survived,by a.L.-&y Wolter Bow "" *meeting. There is no charge.
And Family The family of the late '
husband, Gary Shoemake other'retatives The Ministerial Alliance
A sale will be given at the
rM1 and friends. Services of West Hollywood held its VFW Post No. 8195 Saturday

will be held on Saturday installation services at the night July 9.Members[ please
IN MEMORIAMIn July 9 at 4:30 P.m. at Jordan Apostolic Church on Pem- be present.
Grove Baptist Church.
broke Road and 52nd Ave., Mrs. A. O. Henderson saysa
loving memory of: SISTER MAGGIE NEAL Bishop W. Farmer, pastor. dinner sale will be at her

who departed her life on June NW Nathaniel 66th St.Sullivan died July of 3rd.1171 He The Rev. I. S. Clark of Geth- home, 3800 SW 25th St. Hyde

16, 1966 wish to express our sn is survived by his sister, Mrs. semane Baptist Chirdh is park on Saturday. Members of

sincere thanks and appreciationfor Ira Redman; other relatives Grant president.brought The a Rev.soul-stirring W. C. Macedonia, help your church,

the donations, cards of and friends. Services will beheld please.
message. The Rev. B. L.
condolences, telegrams, on Saturday, July 9 at Mack was the installing of
flowers and all other acts of 10 a.m. in the chapel. 3 NEW CROSSTOWN
i kindness extended us during ficer.Those
1 our hours of bereavement. installed were Rev.I. STREETS TO OPEN
S. Clark, president; Rev.
Special thanks to Elder Jacob : Mrs. Alberta warren of 2225
W. C. Grant, vice president; Traffic in and out of down-
'Cohen, The Mother's Board, NW 5lst St. died July 1. she
Rev. A. Jackson, secretary; town Miami will flow smoother
Sister V. Dickerson, Bro. E. .. is survived by a husband,
s. Rev. F. Assistant with of railroad
Greens opening -
H. Allen, the members of the Lewis; one daughter Hazel;' crossings
Churches of God in Christ, SOT. CECIL HUYLER other relatives and friends. secretary;' Rev. Scippo Jr., at SW Third,NW Second,
recording secretary, Rev. T. and NW Third streets begin-
friends, neighbors and the who departed this life June Services were held on Thursday -
Brown, chaplain.Star
Range Funeralllome. 22, while in action in VietNam July 7 at 4 p.m. at St. ing at 12:15 P.m. today.
of Bethlehem Baptist
Gone, but not forgotten. in the town of Tux, James AME Church. Final Metropolitan Dade County
rites and burial will 3iurch Rev. I. C. Hepburn, Mayor Chuck Hall will officiateat
We loved her, but God loved be heldin
Hoa take this
time to
ex pastor is celebrating first, ribbon-cutting ceremonies at
Quitman Ga.
her best. ,
press our thanks to the many anniversary this week. Each the three crossings, beginning

Daughters: friiends for their expressionsof 1 Richard E. Williams of night a different pastor and at SW Third Street. He will be
MRS. LILLIE MAE EDDY Mrs. Viola Welch sympathy through cards, NW 23rd Ave. died July 1. He his congregation have charge joined by other Metro commissioners

SIDNEY Mrs. Alzoria Foster letters, telegrams, floral is survived by a wife, Rosalie of the services. Temple and has invited Cityof

who departed this life July Mrs. Eva Williams pieces and donations.The three daughters. Tressle,Grif-; Baptist Church from Miami Miami. officials to parti-

July 5. 1963. Mrs. Ruth smithGrandchildren Family fen, white Plans, New York; will ,have charge Sunday at.3 cipate.

A precious one from us i is : Patricia Smith and Jac- '

,gone, a voice we love is mill Mrs. Katie Mae Davis quelyn Landry of New York, '
a place is in Theodore R. Russell two sons, Richard
vacant our ALBERT. E. Jr. of Lincoln 4aaemurial Jarh
home, which never can be II Jamaica, N.Y. and Byron of

filled. All is dark within our Miss Alfreda Merrow Miami; a father, Rev. A. O. ,
dwelling, loney are our CARD OF THANKS 77th Terr. died June,29.739 Services NW- Williams of Jacksonville, You do Not hay to own Grave Spot In LINCOLN
-t heart today for the one we were conducted Tuesday Fla. and a sister, Mrs. MEMORIAL PARK,. 3001, NW 46 'ST. to! bury loved
loved The family of the late on... Just Toll$
so dearly has forever from St. Paul AME. Survivorsare Claudine Williams also of your funeral director this ,a your with.
t passed away MR. CHEFHUS PRATT one sister, Mrs. EloiseM. Jacksonville. Final rites and It-will bo '::0". .

wish b thank the many Mims, one brother, Henry burialwere held in Jacksonville G\TES OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING HOLIDAYS
Harry L. Sidney friends and neighbors for Merrow, aunts and cousins. Fla on Thursday,July 7. A 2 mo. pro-neod gray pace col* now going on.
and Family flowers and other donationsand

a special thanks to Father Willie T. Brown, 350 NW 22nd" NE 4-4197 E. JOHNSON. MANAGER ox 19199THOUGHTFUL

Sands and Rahmings Funeral Terr. Apt. 13 died July 2.
Home. Services were held Thursday LEGAL NOTICE

Mrs. Evelyn Johnson from the Friendship BaptIst]Notice under Fictitious Name

IN MEMORIAMIn Church. Survivors are parents, Law
Memory of son, three brothers, two !j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
sisters, two grandmothers desiring
MRS. ANNA LATTIMERof IN MEMORIAM to engage in business I
James Lawson under the fictitious name of
Madison In sad and 1001 NW 45th
who departed loving memory St. died June 30. survivorsare UNITED ENTERPRISESat

this life July 5, an d of _.. .... wife, Laura; one daughter, j number 7830 NW 171 Street
' was laid --- in
;. to rest July 15, one sister, two brothers. Remains ; the city of Hialeah, Florida,
'I, ., j intends to register the said
( were sent to Live Oak
I have name with the clerk
years passed, Fla., for final rites and burial of the
.' ,_ it only seems like yesterday, Friday morning. circuit court of Dade County, f '
It but your memory will always J Fla. r \..:.. ,
f.i linger in our hearts. Harvey Dated at Miami, Florida this "'
Cooper, 6201 NW 17th # BEAUTIFUL
8th day of July
Ave., APt. 214 died July 3.
Sadly missed by: Survivors are wife, Gloria; RAY EBY
I and
E Owner ability desire to
. seven daughters, two sons,
Your Granddaughter, z July 8, 15, 22, 29.
Mrs. Eve lyn Souter tF mother two brothers, two carry out your wishes, together -

.'j' And Family sisters, 18 grandchildren.
.'1 I r, y lI .Y Services !Saturday; 3:30 p.m. i our experience,
S from the First Deliverance t
I I IrM REGISTER TRADE NAM E ;J mean a service that is
Church of God in Christ.
.: I NOTICE IS HEREBY !! ; conducted with beauty and

: IN MEMORIAM GIVEN that the undersigned j| k
, FRANCIS. !engaging in business under j f'f understanding comfort.
In loving memory of our [
? Charles A. Blades of 2465 the name of DAMM YANKEE I V7
, dear J
one BERTHA MARSHALL I NW 162nd St. Opa-locka died RESTAURANT, 6115 NW 27th ''
Ave., Miami, Florida, intend to
July 3. Funeral services will
a MITCHELLwho "My Father in Heaven
be held 'register the said name with
Saturday, July
9 at
t departed this life July j. r me never to forget Thy love
Mt. Olivette the Clerk of the Circuit
Baptist Church :! Court
{ 5, 1959. ) ," it looks to me in the
; with of Dade up
Rev. I. C. Mickens, County, Florida and
y Many a hearts no longer here officiating. Survivors with the*office of the Secre- t beauty of the flower ,"
includea _
all to only dear '
tary of state. Henry Jowett
i wife, Gertrude
oh lovetis thoudost call ; one son,
Yet, who
departed this life
Thou wilt be our all in all. 4, 1965. Jul Y Charles:: Jr; a mother; Louise; Signed: Oscar L. Range
two sisters, Lucille Clark Vernon Lee Once .,
Mrs. Rebecca Marshall Gone, but not forgotten and Mary Blades; a motherinaw Phyllis Grice

{ And Family Willie Belton, husband J ; Lenora Johnson; other i ..j1 "( Funeral Home
close: relatives and friends Jut 8E


I, .... ---- ..


--.. "--
I .

1- iJ
MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 8, 19661
_. .. "
S. [ :TF' '1" ;'

V r- ,

4 qs TZ 0



i.'bsr. .7 .

One of the trophy winners at the Milk Bowl Olympics boxing matches sponsoredby
Southeast Florida Dairy Institute, was Keefe Mitchell, center, from Washington
| Park recreation center, who won over Ray Brown, right, of West Miami Boys Club.
| At left is referee Lenny Kanthal. The trophy was presented by Willie Pastrano,
_ -Ii-- : youth director of the dairy institute. The latest Milk Bowl matches were held at West

TRENHOLM MEMORIAL HONOREE R. J. Martin, 2nd from left, retiring pre- Miami Boys Club.
ent of the American Teachers Association and principal of BallarckHudson Senior ___n___ _
gh School, Macon, Ga., was the recipient of the 1966 H. Councill Trenholm Me- ../. ......"'. .,,.'
Award, an annual recognition of ATA honoring the memory of the late, long-. d" .1-.. I'''I. FINEST
e executive secretary of the association and head of Alabama State Colleee, THE LITTLE THINGS: -:.::w i;. .
&omery. The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, Ga., sponsored the award, which iscompanied It really is the little things PRINTING -
[ by a $500 scholarship stipend to the H, Council Trenholm
Foundation. That mean the most of aU .
I oking on as Mr. Martin admires his plaque at the SERVICE
63rd and final convention of The "let me help you with that" things.
ATA, Miami Beach, Fla., are from left, Hudson Barksdale, Spartenburg, S. C., That may seem very small, I
Moss H. Kendrix, Washington, D. C., and J. T. Brooks, ATA executive secretary The "I'll be glad to do it" things HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL
Ga., 3rd and 4th from left, respectively. Mr. Kendrix heads Washington, That make your cares much lighter, I
C.-Atlanta, Ga., PFfirm,which represents the Coca-Cola Company. The ATA for-' The ")augh with me, it's funny" things ,, I .il, LIKE OUR PRINTING:
ly unified with the National Education Association of the United States following That make your outlook brighter. I..t ,/ ,I',' I
Miami Beach convention, held at the Carillon Hotel. I 'I Quality Job; Budget Price
The "never mind the trouble" things ;" <
.. >!"I No Job Too Small
------- The. "yes, understand ?,. \.. Large or
'. ,' The Interest end encouragement ,:\ ,,,wIn
everything you've planned. ,.*" ,:,= t.1 o Deadlines Met on Time
is the little :.
It really things, : Satisfaction Guaranteed
The friendly word or smile, 5 I
That add such happiness to life .. and. our customers come back!
And make it more worthwhile. I
Miami Tints \
-'Mary Dawson '
4v ; Hughes' ,!


U ....., BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

fl rr' t



: I iI i

WHO IS IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT? It looks as if Mrs. Frank (Vivian) Stanley, i!
Br., wife of Louisville Defender publisher Frank Stanley has taken over the Hertz Finance Your Car with Our ;
ourtesy car as they arrive at Philadelphia International to attend the annual national
onvention of the Newspaper Publishers Association. Frank is the second term I I II

President of the powerful organization, but not powerful enough to get the keys AUTO LOANI
from Hertz girl Cathy Cohen. Mary Crampton of the interracial Hertz team looks on.
....r ,
I,, ,.,' ...."" i Y"' 4' "
FINEST r..lAMOU.RIZ. ....i I ':: : '1. .Shop around for the .car:you want. 'Bring,.,..L..It.ui:the'make /?

'II mode I?;.and'price T..' i"'" f'1]

PRINTING WIG5111! : 2. We" will::okay'your loan .quickly and, with; no red 7
tape. Our:loan policy,lsvery'liberal.;.'w. want. ) '_

SERVICE $69 J i to make loans.. ;-. '

ERE'S PROOF YOU'LL : 3.lnt.restcan{ boos 'low as.4%% on a.new car, and j

IKE OUR PRINTING: t payments_ _.for,as long'as 36'monthst-th. l lowest. \
ji down J
$10 ; J payments. posslbU We also_ moke loans on used. <
Quality Job; Budget Price + cars up,-to 5 .y.arsold.. '.'. *

No lob Too Large or Small $5 per wee k + 1


Satisfaction Guaranteed Home jI.PRIMA4ON OF MIAMI
Free Shop At [1]
First fully Integrated bank In M*nitre Sovtlast
and. our customers come back! 1 PALL .. sight here In the Edison Financial Center
; 6013 N.W. 7th Avtnwe Phone 759-4491


FOR All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS6910421 Monday Tu..doy, W.Jn..doy, TKondoy 9:30 om to 2 pm; Frldayi 9130.", .0 2'pw
w < 945-4526 ; noan.and 5 Pen to 8 P"".DII.ln Window open Monday thru Frldoy 2 to 5 pm; Saturday! 9 to

................ M.bera FaJtral) R...rv. Sy It.'" and F.d.fol D.ao.lt Iniuranca CorpootlonTHE

._ \

-.----. .. .
p0t -

t -

14'' THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, July 8, 1966NEW

,''111";" ., "n', riI" ", ',,- ' .

:*r'I.:: : Iou 2ht (!Sljufr :!\ thtag', .." : :,

.' i "

Chartered Bus To National PRESBYTERIANRev. GRACE I

W. F. Savoy, Pastor

Baptist Convention Preaching this Sunday I

morning will be Elder' J. D.

I A chartered bus will leave,. Faniel. At 8 p.m., this
t 'Miami for the National Bap- FRIENDSHIP M.B. Sunday, Mr. Harold Higgs and
Inc. which the music department of
tist Convention,
HOPE Rev. J. E. Jenkins pastor Elks will present a specialprogram
will be held in Dallas, Texas I MUSICAL AND
Si.. Ruby Lee Carr reporter "Music-Rama."
Rev. W. E. Sims, on September 7, 1966. The On July, 17, we have plansfor FASHION SIP
Mary L. Mayfield, bus will leave Miami on Sun Sunday services were an all day outing at

day evening, SepL'4th at wonderful throughout the day Virginia Beach, pit NO.1. Come, and enjoy with your
burdens Spirits were 1i1t 10:00: P.M. and will arrive and we were so elated over We will leave the church at friends, an afternoon of music

worship services were on in Dallas Tuesday at 7:00: having the presence of Mr.' 9 a.m., have morning assemblyat and the latest in fashions for

,A.M. Sept. 6, and will leave Art Green of Radio station the beach from 10 to 12:15, men and women on Sunday,
Sunday as our pastor Dallas the following Sunday WAME and Bro. John 'Wil- then lunch, followed by an July 10 at St. John Baptist

two very inspiring evening at 5:00: P.M. liams one of our members who' afternoon of recreation, and Church Recreational Center,
v Brother Roy Lee is working with joo lorps from 4 until 6 p.m.
one of the youth The entire trip to and fromis Training, along with our brief vespers, at 6 P.m. Mem-
bers who wish to make bus A program you'll never for-
church worshipped $50 and reservations other visitors. We were happyto is
get plamed for
your en
on last Sunday. should be made early, this have all of them. reservations, please bring joyment. The program will

Owens is now serving trip was planned In the Baptist your 7,54: this Sunday. serve a twofold purpose. It
United States Armed Women's State Conven- The Young Matrons will On' Tuesday evenings at will assist
The Sunday tion. President, Holley ap- celebrate their anniversaryJuly 8, we enjoy joint Bible fund and building

Baptist Training pointed Miss Marie White 13 at 8 P.m. Rev. W. J. :!Study with the $*'. Mary'sW. of Mt.Women'Calvary Day Baptist program -

will convene at Second Chairman, Doctor I. G. Pratt, Macon of First Baptist church M. Methodist'church, Church.We .

Church of Richmond Secretary, and Mrs. Mary will be in charge of services.'Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor. We hope to meet you there.

Rev. F. A. Ferguson, Frances White, Treasurer. The presi dent,Lucy Rember, have had three Bible studiesat Sis.
V. P. Green Chairman
The convention There are only thirtyfiveseats. and her core workers invite St. Mary's and now we are and
Rev. S. Atchison
mence Thursday, July Make reservationsnow you to attend. Our get well having three at Grace. pastor. ,
terminate Sunday, by contacting the com- wishes to all of our sick. You are always welcome

Our delegates to the mittee. Our deepest sympathy to to participate in our activities,
tion are: Delores Sis. Mary Carr in the loss of at Grace.

Sandra Davis, grandson Willie Brown. He is SOUTH

our Sunday School BETHLEHEMRev. also the nephew of sis. Julia

? raine Duhart and ryake, son of Mr. and Mrs. TEMPLE BAPTIST DADE NEWSMarlon
S son, representing our Oscar West, pastor Johnnie Brown. W e invite you
r.- Our future Gloria Howard Temple will be host to the
reporter to visit our church and near
clude 35th annual session of the
: Service was high in spiritat our pastor. Wilson flew
and to
A muscial program, Sunday Sunday Training
day, July 7 at 8 the Holy Ghost's head- Congress "of Atlantic Coast Newark, N. J. Saturday, July
sored by choir No. 1 quarters. Sunday.On Baptist Association/ 12- 2 for a week's vacation with,
Pastor's July 9, the "Night 17. The welcome program will his aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Under the Stars" will be pre- CHURCHES OF Mrs. Richard
one night only, be presented Tuesday night Cooper Jr.
sented at crandon Park by CHRIST SCIENTIST' when choirs from various
15. the No. 2 Choir at 4 p.m. to Bob James Thomas, master
preaching services, churches will be the feature sergeant Civil Air Patrol,will
9 Donation Communion
P.m. $1.00. will be observed
,night July 8 at 8. \ in all and a number of community be attending an eight day
Smith of Union Grove There will be a pew rally ,Science branch churches Christian leaders will appear. A large encampment at McCoy Air\
on the second Sunday morning, ,delegation is expected from the Base Orlando Fla.
Church, sponsored by Sunday. "Sacrament" is the Force ,
Board No. 1. July 10.Why the Bahamas, west Palm Returning to Miami this
A tea, Sunday, cook at home, give subject of the LessonSermon.The Beach, Homestead, West weekend from Memphis, Tenn.

4-6 p.m., at the your family a treat to a night service occurs twice Hollywood and the local were Mrs. Georgia Cooper
Mrs. Inez Payne of a wonderful fish fry. This Each year and is altered I from other
26th Ave., Opa-locka. fish fry will be held on July Sundays to include be held daily and five Michelle. The
Coopers reported -
A Fashion Tea, 16 at the home of Bro. and reading of the Church ,courses will be taught-per-
July 17, 4:30 to 6 p.m. Sis. Anderson Del aught er, Tenets' and a period for kneeling taining to the work of the a very enjoyable trip.

home of Mrs.Alberta I 5230 NW 30th' Pi. Pies will / in silent communion. This ,church and young people. The July 6 started the AME

115 NW 87th st. also be sold. Let us not for- is followed by a secona .public is cordially ,invited. Sunday School, convention at ...
the Pastor's Aid Club. \ get to pray for our sick and repetition ) of the Lord's St. Paul, Coconut Grove.
Prayer, which is Men's Day is just one our
We are inviting all I shut-ins. an integralpart pastor will preach Thursday
friends to come and of the opening for all I'month away and all eyes and night. The Junior Choir and
Christian I'ears are looking and listen
the spirit of science services. Ushers will"'rendef service.
us. i ing. Chairman Stafford Rain Please visit our sick and

bn bS MT. CALVARYRev. The Golden text this weekis I
11S: from Romans: "The king1 j 1 Dean expecting great Springs Hospital; Wrs..' Mau-

I ; Samuel Atchison, pastor dom of God is not meat and NEW MT. ; drink, but righteousness and I i co-workers. They are asking Hospital.Our .
You are invited to the
r peace, and joy in the Holy
i| Rev. A. L. Shipp, second Musical Fashion Sip Ghost." i stand his ground, and the deepest sympathygoes
I : {in behalf of Women's Day and ,women say the same thing. out to the Gibbs family
I Evelyn Souter, '
and the
Church Building Fund
It was good to see Mrs. Let us pray for .them in their
Services which is now in progress. hour of
were 1 Frances Monroe in worship sorrow.
high Sunday with the ;i This Fashion Sip will feature NEW BETHEL 'service Sunday morning. She Thought for today: Believe -
many of the latest styles by
McWesley of t top models in women's and t had been confined to her that life is worth'living
livering the \ men's fashions. Mr. Charles (GOULDS FLA.) f home for more than six months and your belief will create the
No. 1 Ushers Board
t because of illness. fact.
f their anniversary |Minus, guest organist will Rev. Leroy Holmes, MinisterMrs.
'' ] 1 be the highlight of the Sip. Louise Wilson, reporter
night the Rev.
charge. i The date is Sunday, July ReV. Frank Allen, presiding
10, from 4 to 6 p.m. at the elder.
Friday night a St. John's Recreation Center,
program. Sunday at 13th st. and 3rd Ave. Dona- The officers and membersof ORerilg'you

Rev. Essix will
message. welcome to bring a friend. turned out in 'goodly numbersat the finest
The second the close of the third .

July 10 at 11 ., quarterly conference. The
Wiggins of Antioch presiding elder of the Miami A I Im
liver the message. ST. MARK BAPTISTRev. District, Rev. Frank Allen, .x .R ,,

Sunday, July 17, the officiated. All reports were "PIAHOS
McQueen will C. W. Wade, pastor well received by the Elder

message at 11 a.m. Geraleen Peek, reporter who admonished all to con-
I The No. 1 Choir tinue their good work and the IMMONO
gin their Services were high in fine cooperation being given .fi. *
21 thru 24. spirit throughout our revival to RCV. and Mrs. Leroy
Our pastor is meetings. Our deepest thanks Holmes. ORGANS

I stronger each day, and appreciation to Rev. Ed-
; are so happy, and we car, the ushers and choirs'ofhis ; Members of the Sunday
asking for your corj congregation all of our School are looking forward to
I o prayers for him. Christian friends who came the Sunday school Conventionto

ways welcome. out and helped us made our be held at St. Paul AME in ,"t \
1, 'services a great success. in Miami. Those planning to '
Our next event is our attend from new Bethel are: AMONG OUR MANY SATISFIED]
Virchus Tillman, Teresa '
pastor's anniversary, July Walker, Diane Davis, Larry CUSTOMERS,$ ARE, ." ::1j'I",
\ '. : 4
MT. TABOR / f x j
j 24.Thanks Walker, Richard Starr, and ,
'. again Christian Mrs. Clara Joyner. This : .. A:: ,** : :, ,
j Rev. P. S. Brown, friends for your attendance. f'1'H 'I,\IMt. -* > ;
. ( ; Dessie Crockett, group is waiting with great (!:: "'": Tobor Baptist Church;'. A./ ?.
anticipation for the :'
convention !.r, ".
' : Pure religion and to begin. Metropolitan AM.E. Church? "A< ', .
BAHA' I ASSEMBLYThe .. ., ..p. '. .
filed before God ,
i. \
. Antioch 'Baptist Church ," ,
Father is this to
Baha'is of Miami will I
I' ,' 'fatherless and the commemorate the Martyrdotr r- New providence. Boptist Church, : ":

/ f their affliction. of the Bab Gate forerunneiof "ei: r ,f rr .
'i '. Our sick and the Baha'u'llah( ), Foundei ;. ATTENTION II. ., St.'. James, A.M.E.. Church :

numerous. Please Greater Bethel A.M.E.'Church'. .* '
,' of the Baha'i Faith at noor OntfHGH' REPORTERS
:\ and pray with and for ."
'\ speedy recovery. Saturday, July 9 at 137 NV\\ :.
"/ I\ Choir No. 2 11th Ave. The Bab was sho t I Church. news for pvbll -

:rf f ': vites you to a in Tabriz, Persia at noon or cotton. II.. cwrront wood's
T' ISMIO bo In OU .ffI .
July swat
3. Sunday, July 10 at '9, 1850.
\ You will witness the Miss Ida Solomon will re_ B*. lotorfhon 7 o'clock Men MORGAN PIANO
!,' : voices of several tell the dramatic story of the,' 'd., .....1.... Publication'>> ofno CO
Miami's 't* roeolvoo1 ,of tor" this
'the Greater martyrdom, which is one ol f.
tint bo 2075 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR
outstanding churches the most amazing stories i ir eonnot fvwantooaV'- : 1-5441

k Providence, New Hope modem history. The public. It rd.I.i;, ,,,fMZ; ,u< \1 I 17 ." '0" A. Francis Htndorson, Rtprattntativt
f Isreal Bethel and* cordially invited..'

f:to T ".....-".--,. ----- -- L


.=.,:: .r .... THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 8, 1966 15

1 1 e rty S'. ; Florida's KKK Dragon...- Gets 3 YearsSouth j

Florida's Ku Klux When he was arrested Oct. ,for the maximum sentence of KKK and that KJan's viol-
Klan GrandDragonwa8sen- 28 on the North-South Ex- 10 years, that Rlddlehoover ence is reported daily in the .: I j
tenced last Thursday by Cri- pressway for a traffic viola- is the Grand Dragon of'the newspapers.

minal court Judge Jack tion, a .22 caliber automatic
Falk, to three years In the pistol was found in a holster .M _

E state. penitentiary strapped to the door of his pyrAUTO INSURANCE .:d<
'I r Charles Baker Riddle- :i.
r hoover, 34, of Fort Lauderdale car.His wife and friends ? **
y two Check our MW, lower rate and easy financing -
.I was convicted June 24 testified of his good character' "I; '
for illegal possession of fire- to the court but
Bring Slits ad to our office and rocthr a frM ,tltft.
arms. He is free under $5- Assistant State Attorney ," oM T!
000 bond pending appeal. Ellen Morphonius called the D. Goodman and Son, lac. I
,I Having been found guilty attention of the judge to the "Insurant, Real. Estate: : Mortgage" ,t
of burglary in Atlanta, Rid- fact that the gun was strap- BntlnaM member An People Democratic Club ,;
dlehoover is considered a ped and ready for use in Rid-
convicted felon under Flor- dlehoover's auto. 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380FT

ida law and is denied the right She pointed out,in asking
or- '-I; to possess arms.



The District Sunday School
School Convention of the
AMB Church will convene at-
'St. James AME Church July
: 13, On Tuesday, the 12th, 1jUTthIhJL'l Cry ,
J the youth choir will be in
charge of the pro-opening
ervieo. The sessions end
h" Saturday.The EASY
11 I
-, No. 1 ushers' board
/- will give a picnic on July 10
at Virginia Beach.The ushers,
with Mrs. Classie Porter' as i

president, urge your support. I rp f/ er ei.- ,.
This promises to be an outingof '
real pleasure.Mrs. I'

I Sarah Mobley and her 'A
July-ites will have a party
I Saturday night at her home,
7036 NW 19th Ave. Let's '&0
to a party.
9 1r era sk ? x it to V


3 1 ) r CITY' CONVENTIONThe ?l\-\ ;> -:; r .,yY. GORGEOUS :
: .* L1V'NG
r a w ti Phyllis wheatley Art ,. 5--2 : W'TH DELUXE .ROOM,
and Social Club of Miami has i corg.oll. S1J,TE, i
2-pc. cI ,
r + planned to charter a bus to ". ", ,uih
cI with
Oklahoma City where the ? .,s,n ', w, ; 2/elhle/ csn//rudwa plug 2.tv""i", bu.r?
n/abla.cecMroi/febl. IeTp.
national convention will be ends / "
n ow. Choice, / ocolon.' ., $1 .
held July 23-30. The round _, 1900
trip fare is $55. It will,:be a
A delightful experience for mem- 1 f:1f r -
bers of Federated Clubs and
r M r ,
interested individuals from
International Masons and Eastern Stars held their Florida to get together and

12th Grand Lodge convention at the Sixteenth Street become better acquainted.You .
(junior High School in St. Petersburg June 2427. The may call Mrs. Wilhelmina

[meeting was very successful. They were entertained, Sands, 757-9920, Mrs. Nixon,
Ion Saturday night at a banquet held at the Smogerama 691-4627rs.Orice, 6358968for

(restaurant. Pictured at the banquet in the top photo reservations.

I are Past Grand Matron of Florida Katy Crenshaw and ..w'rSHION-
I Supreme Grand Master Dr. William V. Banks. Bottom

I photo shows newly elected Grand Matron of Florida '
Mary Linda Arline of Miami and President of Exalted "Any- where In the ,world"yoU '
,want to go"
(Degree Department Ernest Sowell of Detroit,Michigan. .
I Many thanks to everyone in St. Petersburg for their 'TICKETS COW


......................... ...., t.dreors OUS BEDDING comfort!!-. .
jfe .Ceres"t
,Traterm your.od d.luK rn

"Your Neighborhood Trove I IA OI bjey r 11rf.r, CI1.1r, er POI1sIi1ral ood
Your feK Prieq 1.
f Let Boy Agents" I h.adbe'rdd moltrss. 2 ,%,.Ptl a P'% '- T ,

.* ,,,,ar to y-'u. ayour _
OPERATE HIS ietuphone. Give us a coll. j -
... dollvor. 1104 NW 3rd I'-r'r YOUR CREDIT
Av. FR 9-8451. Chu. C. .r-: IS GOOD KITCHEN G RO .
North, Manager. WITH
..... ET.asr
ljc-- + :-- ,. pi" t6 pa Pr. "
In d"e
dtll" ".,
C' Purchel.d .
""" -. with ce'rwar. It,
[He can get, started rooT silt/it. $$2g0l n

for only







Here's how.... FURNITURE WORLD

First you buy 11 copies of the Miami Times for

99*. Sell them for 15* a piece. You make 66* Bar and

profit., With this profit plus your original 99* investment Mack Berkley's welcomes all of
you buy 22 more Miami Times. Repeat his old friends and Is looking $7 06 N.W.7th AVI.Op IDSN. 125th St. r On-Th..'Trail" 223 SW.First Avt.Illk I
this process until you are selling 50 or more everyday to meet new friends.We int.Shtll't City C.rntr MMth Au. S.W.CLOUD Itll St Cr.SUNDAY Situ Au. CLOSED.to.flur./SUNDAY,",',
50 Miami Times, with! home
papers. When you are selling can serve yew

you will make $3.00 profit for yourself each week., cooked feed and aid hickory SHOP, BUT SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! -,
barbecue. I am sure you will

enjoy it, if not, don't tell a

6140 N.W. 15TH AVE. OX 1-0421 1613 NW 54th STREET I /
.II.EIIfh1IUiU'U1wf. ,

--- \

,. .. ,-- .."...""'-_.' ", '" v__ == : :

-- C' \"t I I I. I IA k # r 'l

l 16 THE MIAMI TI MES, Friday, July 8, 1966 ,* '.,- ', ') ',,9T\'' '.J i.

\'. Jackson's Toddle Inn '

Commemorates 20th AnniversaryTHE i

r : potpourri GRADUATION ent, school history by Cas- and presented a most generous -
r EXERCIES OF JACKSON sandra Owens third honor check to the school.
. I,' ': ,By BetU.bo E.' Dean 'f! TODDLE INN was one of student. John Charles Mrs. I. B.Jackson-Mosley,
t great moment. The schoolwas Thomas sang "Somebody Supervisor made presenta-
...;.... '" ," ,,' ",,. celebrating its 20th Bigger Than You and I", tions and the following
--------- --'- --
t\IlliilUi\\\\\\ .J year of graduating a class. The entire musical score parents were honored and
It was brought out that at was professionally done presented with beautifully
Some people are more popular than others. These a nt 1. 1 its first graduation exercise and the audience was engraved charm bracelets:
persons may be well liked by many people because of .r 1946 Mr. Leonard Walkerwas carried on a magical cloudto Mesdames: Alonza Cul-
their personality. They are usually able to get along the speaker for the the opera house. Such mer, Leroy Everette, M. A.
with others. class. Subsequently on the works as excerpts from Floyd, Rudolph Levarity,
10th anniversary Mr. The Sound of Music", L C. Mlcklns, Robert
Persons may be popular and yet may not possessa Walker returned to deliver "Climb Every,Mountain", Seniors, L. E. Thomas,
pleasing personality. He may be popular because the address. On the 20th He, Edelweiss, I may Never James W. Whitehead Sr.,
others know him for his unpleasant attitudes. The anniversary Mr. Walker Pass This Way Again and and Mrs. Odessa James.It .
again returned to deliver the done. was noted that in
_. were every
person who usually gets in fights will eventually gain r
address. It most Im-
was Mrs. Odessa James, area this has been a banner
the of the Miss Betty J. Kelly,presently -
reputation "bully. He has ,become and informative.He .
residing In New York pressive president of the Parents year for the school.
popular because he is able to fight. noted changedareas
City, daughter of Mrs. many Club expressed appreciation Diplomas were presentedby
L Everyone wants to be liked and accepted by Rachel Long of Miami, and steps of progressin on behalf of the Club the supervisor.
t others. One of the questions often'asked among youthis (511 E, 80th St,New York, school our presented community.him with a
how become N.Y.,)' has been awardeda
may I popular? In becoming popular token of appreciationThe
U.S. Government Grantto Church of Richmond
it is necessary that we want others to look up to us front cover of the t.
participate in the over- Heights, where she belongsto
as having a pleasing personality.In seas National Defense Edu- printed program Was dedI- Intermediate Choir, In-
cated to the and
King Queenof
order that the magnetic personalitywe cation Act Institute for Ad- termediate Usher Board, is
we possess the Aldin Leroy
vanced Study to be held a Junior member of the Hos-
must be interested in others. If you are interestedin Everette and Natalie Rene
this summer in Rennes, pitality Committee and sec-
others, then they will be interested in you. Be France. The institute is con- Seniors. cretary of her Sunday School
helpful to others whenever possible. Remember that ducted by the College of St. There were fifty grad-

"doing good is a work that benefits both the giver Catherine, St. Paul, Minn., uates. The motto"We Grow class.The Dairy Council has a

and the receiver." People who seek good only for in cooperation the U.S.. by depicted.Doing"Greetings was beautifully broughtby continuing program to ho-

themselves and exclude others are those who often Office of Education. Aldin L. Everette. Prayerby nor meritorious young peo-
Miss Kelly, a teacherat in Dade Nomi-
find it difficult to hold friendship.You Donald Shirley,welcomeby ple County.
Cathedral High School nations can be sent to Agnes
(560 Lexington Ave) in Stephana Chapman, se- Edwards, 1001 NW 7th St.,
should also have a good disposition. Be cond honor student, motto
Manhattan, is one of 60 Miami
courteous, sympathetic, forgiving, etc. If you possess teachers from 20 states, of graduates by Jacqueline
"C < ,_. these qualities your next job is to help others develop Korea and the Hawaiian Blackman, first honor stud. EARN

f > this personality. Personality traits are mostly ac- Islands to be selected in a .

quired and by your spreading good traits others may rigorous nationwide com- EXTRA MONEYTo '
titute will in Paris witha home
petition. open buy a
catch them.If .
Participants will spend week's study of present- To start children's edit
we are able to achieve happiness and the kind nine weeks in France from day France from a sociological cation fund
June 17 to Aug. 19. They point of view. Dur-
of success we aspire to, we must give serious atten- will spend three weeks in ing a three and one-half To pay off debts

tion to ourselves and our surroundings. Sometimeswe travel and six in concen- day trip through the Loire iYiacuia fcialne Redding, Or even start a savings
come in contact with persons who need cheeringup. trated study in Rennes, the Valley institute partici- 14, of Richmond Hghts Junior account

,It is important that we give them an encouragingword historic capital of Brittany, pants will be initiated grad- cribe High School teaches"a remark-des- Drive a cab full or part
as having
smile. You someone froma a large city: in full ually into French pro-
or a pleasant may save now able ability to organize and time. Interesting work as
gloomy day. Also, give others a chance to prove economic expansion. vincial life. They will visit lead," has received a merit you are .meeting new people
the chateaux Ro-
The Institute, most Renaissance ,
themselves. A boring person is never popular. Do not award from the Dairy Coun- constantly 11
advanced of five NDEA Ins- manesque churches,and the
monopolize anothers conversation and time. titutes in France this sum- famous wine caves at cil of South Florida. ZILBERTAXI
The daughter of Mr. and
mer, is designed to meet Saumur. At Rennes, in coo Mrs. Willie Lee Redding, 1025 W. Nagl" Street
Sometimes people try to pay their way into the teachers' needs for ex- peration with local authorities 14620 Polk St., Richmond Indef

popularity. Others feel that going along with the tensive knowledge of they will investigate Heights, was editor in chief
crowd make them popular, This is one reason why subject matter and for In- ban and regional planning, of the school newspaper,The .
many students develop the habit of drinking or'smok creased competence in;the occupations, education, Torch, has conducted Stu-
use of new methods and public health, recreationand dent Council activities,work MIAMI TIMES
ing. However, this is the wrong way to gain popularity.Your teaching materials. regional art. The group ed on dance programs, a
Sister Marie Philip, Ins- will visit Saint Malo and school talent show and ADS
personality will be the most important titute director, has enlisteda Mont-St-Michel, the south schoolwide for
pool new
factor in stepping up to personality. First, try to get staff of the most eminent coast of Brittany, and the school colors. BRING I

along with the people in your own home. If you are French scholars in the fieldsof Southwest and South of She was a member of

kind and courteous at home, thoughtfulness will be- linguistics, civilizationand France, regions rich in geo- Drama Club at school and is RESULTS, I II
literature.The logical, historical, and ar- ;
come an abiding habit. active in Second Baptist 1 I
St. Catherine's ins- tistic Interest. I

I Call

'q \ Why Not Have 9 CHARLESROGERS


AT PL 1-7502

I AT / Delivered to Your Homei For A Good Buy on

\ % #\ BY MAIL A Piano, Organ,

Scott Stereo

i % EVERY FRIDAY or Orchestra

\,2' MORNING; Instruments


'. ) 'iTA17LJMILI : as

r hdl ,

t-essihon l0et

per copy.I .

} JTTIIIMIIIMIIIIIIItllllttlMIIIIIIIOIIIIMilllltllllltllllll lltMIIMItllMlt. :: ,

( ) 1 YEAR -$5.00 ( ) 6 MONTHS -$3.00

Mall th. Miami Times every week tos

Fill 1 JT

: NAME -

Ind 1


I i ,ji:0j4Y: !! CITY STATE ZIP CODE __ N W 54th St. &N W 3rd Ave. PL 1-7503
Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. Miami PR 7.0401

Go! ::'_ ..) ._ AI Check ( ) Men/ Order ( ) for $...........It enclosed In BrovardCallJA2-5131orvisit
1..e..............II I........I".1.1..'..........fe7..ee..e.e..e:
1103 East Las Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale JA 5.3716


it '. h '_' -",. ", ..
4. ".

' MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 8, 1966 I 17 j

__ I I
S wars........ r

jeartflg ., Looking the ty



rugged four days in the professional football I

practice period took place this week. BAHAMIANS SHOW NEIGHBORLINESS EVENIN

pro football's newest team, the Miami Dolphins, SPORTS.A .

of the American Football League, had 82 candidateson x
Tuesday, July 5th. That day was set aside for visit to Nassau this past Independence Day
medical examinations and the issuing of equipment. weekend revealed many facts concerning the good

The campsite is St. Petersburg Beach, and the team neighbor relations that exist between this little
headquarters will be the Colonial Motor Inn. British colony and our own vast United ,States.

On July 6th the Dolphins started ther July two-a- The Fourth of July, Independence Day, the com-
day workouts, and it will be all business. memoration of the dawn of freedom for all Americansthe
day that Americans proudly celebrate to show _I,
Head Coach George Wilson, who had 29 years i
preparatory work in the National Football League asa f. how they stand when the civil rights -of man is infringed -
upon, was no more enthusiastically celebratedin
player, assistant coach, and head coach has stated: .
.3 ,ait the United States than it was in this island community -
"We'll have daily contact work, but on Saturday, July a across the sea.

9th, we have two most important scrimmages. After s7S r. I, Keeping in tune with the air of celebration, the
scrimmages are over, at least 50% of the >
these two
Fourth of July was declared a holiday in honor of thequeen's
squad will be cut.You see, the early call is for rookies
birthday, which in reality does not come until
and free agents,plus all the quarterbacks and centers.
December 21, but the gaiety of the holiday mood was
on July 10, eight other rookies and veterans will be evidence in July.
and then the majority of the veterans-the ]
reporting, As Americans have their parades, picnics, beach
men drafted from the other eight clubs in the AFL- I crowdings, track meets, ball games and parties, so do
will be coming in on or shortly before July 17. Most i our neighbors.A .

important at the moment is that the coaches take a visitor is treated to every activity and form of
good look at the free agents and the rookies. From July entainment he has at home, while enjoying the

6th through July 9th, things will be rugged in the S a StS hospitality of the friendliest people on earth.

Dolphins camp. and it won't get any easier thereafter.We We were an amazed spectator to a cricket match

are in this Miami movement to develop a winner.WESNOREL.AND (which holds the same prestige to a Britisher as '
baseball does to an American) and before nostalogia -

could takeover, we were a part of a huge crowd, cheering
the stars of an all star Softball game, which
didn't do justice to the superb players by merely
calling them all-stars. On another part of the island,
they were playing baseball with all the zeal and
competition of a Giant-Dodger series.

r These people are living examples of how to be

good neighbors; they not only preach friendliness, but
they also practice it.

I've never even! heard of the country of Surinam,but

from all appearances it bears watching as attested by Stockholm Sweden Sonny Liston, victorious in this

,fit V, i lovely Joyce Leysner, the Miss Surinam entrant in the first fight in more than a year, will resume train-

WILSON Miss Universe pageant. The 5'3", 109 lb. beauty Is ing shortly for more bouts on the comeback trail he

built around a 35-23-35 frame. She's a school teacher; hopes will lead to another shot at the world heavy-
,Dick .Westmoreland,..defensive back, 6-l, 190, 24
but look,out fellows, her hobby is judo. weight title.
years old, North Carolina A&T. Signed as a free agentby
Chargers after making the Negro All-America se- The former champion knocked out Gerhard Zech of
Germany in 1:11 of the seventh round of their scheduled,
cond team. Moved in as starting corner back as a .
10-rounder last night. Liston weighed 221 and Zech
of the in 1963
rookie. Named Chargers' Rookie year
| 226. It was the American's first match since his con-
and was runnerup for AFL rookie of the year to Billy very interesting. The most important left out, that Bill troversial first-round knockout by Cassius Clay in

Joe. Has great speed, stamina, agility. Led Chargerswith also finds time to converse with the fans, to find out Lewiston, Maine, in May 1965.
interce ptions with 6 in '64. if there is any room for improvement, or what can be

done to build the attendance up. It has not been too
MARLIN NOTES arid considering bad weather we had. It seems to be LIVE AND CLOSED CIRCUIT AT

The Marlins in the second half, won 3 lost 2 be- picking up a little now. Their hitting has improved, MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUMChris
and the pitching is excellent. Mgr. Bill Demars has
fore they departed for four games on the road, will be this to say:"Unless you can produce, you may as well Dundee, Mr. Boxing of the South, has put

home Friday, July 8 and 9 to play Cocoa, both gamesat hang spikes up. Therefore, the boys aretryingtodo together an outstanding show for Wednesday night
your (
7:30: p.m. Then Saturday, July 10th, game time is their best. They all look to make the big leagues.Ron July 13. The live fight between Gordon Lott, Savan-
7:30 p.m. and Sunday, July 11 at 6:30 p.m. They play nah; who has lost only two of his 25 fights and Don

the winners of the first half of the F. S. League, Allen has gotten off to a good start with Lutz, Milwaukee, loser of only one fight in 24, starts

Leesburg. We have to forget the first half as there with Spartanburg of the Western Carolinas League. this bout at 8:30 p.m. The TV telecast for the defense '

were many changes made and injuries didn't help any. Ron has been a big gun In the Spartanburg attack with of his middleweight championship at Madison Square

They seem to be well organized now. With a little some power hitting and is now batting over .300. Garden, against Joey Archer. This fight goes on at

more help to join the club. So don't give up you loyal Ron was featured in a porting news article this week 9:30 p.m. 15 rounds. Prices are from $2, $3 and $5 for
rooters. We had no squawk for the brand of ball they along with brothers Hank ('62) and Richie of the Phil reservations call JE 1-0477. The live show alone is

played the first half. As I have said over and over lies. Ron was with the Marlins last year. well worth the price of admission.One .

again, these boys are still young and have lots of First Half attendance: 37 dates-40,356; 1965- of the biggest free bargains in Greater Miami

spunk to improve themselves. Last week I read a 44,312. First Half games won and road: Home 23-18; sports history looms July 13-17 at Cloverleaf Lanes

story on Bill Meranda in the Miami Heald, which was road-11-19; total. 34-37. when champion bowlers of 26 countries roll off in the

fourth annual Invitational Bowling Tournament of the

Sponsored by Metropolitan Dade County and the
CLUB CLOSES City of Miami, the annual goodwill tourney offers area

The club closed an enjoy- residents a once-a-year opportunity to see the hemi v

able and satisfactory year sphere's top amateur keglers in action, without cost
under the capable leadership to spectators.

of Mrs. Marjorie Wake. A few There's free admission, free parking, free programs .-
of the activities were: and free
seats throughout the entire five daysof
Financial support to local the tournament, and the free fare also includes a
political campaigns.A colorful opening spectacle and a closing awards cere-
weekly good grooming
project jointly with the Sunlight mony.
Beauty School for the Metro Mayor Chuck Hall will be joined by membersof

girls in Youth Hall.Thanksgiving the local consular corps at 7:30 p.m. July 13 when
baskets were he rolls out the first ball, officially marking the
distributed. opening of the inter-American classic.

Christmas giving was
handled for the club through '

the Dade County Christmas
friends on occasions at the
Clearing Bureau.
respective homes of mes-
The annual internationaltea.
dames Flossie Gibson and
Eartha Styles. Club members ..,
Camper ship for boys. entertained for outstanding 1
Flowers and plants we redistributed 0"1"l'
reasons were Mesdames Andel
to the sick and
Mickins and Ethel G. Primus. ..
i mm mmfmmmmmmm m mm ahutins.
Mrs. Wake thanks the A
COLTS' PARKER (right) diagrams the Baltimore Colts' pass protectionCoaching Plants were donated to members and the public with-
JIM the Dade County Welfare Plan-
patterns head coach Jake Gaither (left) and Carl Selmers, offensive line out whose help none of the
FAMU ning Council through the Coconut
offensive guard for the Colts,
coach, of Nebraska Cornhuskers above could have been pos-
Grove Youth Council.
clinicians during the 22nd Florida A&M University sible.THE.
Selmer served as guest The club entertained
Clinic. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.

, 1)8HE"'I_ .TIMES,. rldayJ IY8J966. __ u __ __ ________ -- --...
>> C! ,,:. j" "'1-t>t,1\w, FOR SALE
3 'bedroom, 2 both, 'CBS, near 79th St. only' i
1; $12,500 with $100 down to veteran or $300 WAITING NO LOAN COSTSNO THE FINEST PROPERTIES
down for anyone. Call us to set this. or any
I .4' of the other fine buys we have. RED TAPE SEE TODAY
!j > p 1511 NW 93 STREET $400 DOWN FHA
: REAL STEAL Can be 3 bedrooms, large 80x125 loi.$76 monthly

!)M; > Jf you.want; to save $2500, see this lovely: 24.droonv 168 NW 47th St. . . $350 down porch.$12,500 Open total.for Inspection Oak floors everyday., tile roof, carport,

CBS with carport. and fit room 929 NW 49th St. . . $450 down
and, fenced yard. This. Is no' qualifying, total 1904 NW 90th St. . . $450 down 1015' NW 83.STREET ON ARCOLA LAKE
price only $9,000 and move in. Compare this
outstanding buy with houses selling for as 1762 NW 15&d St. . . $350 down Lovely CBS, swim, fish and sail from your back
and screened For real Fla
door. Fla room, patio.
high Call us for details and
$12,500. more
Information. ALL CBS ALL LESS THAN RENT living. ISO lot, $16,500 total. Good terms.
,.. .
Call Owner 758-8749 1340 NW 88 STREET
> : > Central air condition, 3 Ml bedrooms, 2 full
3':, bedroom',: 2 hath,, 'lovely .C 8S' home with I, ;:" .' tile bath. Truly different In design. Fully built
abullt-ln Itn'.d, oven near 79th St., and kitchen with oven, range, hood fan and dish

*and 17th believe.Ave $800 down no' closing costs.. See OWNER MUST. SELLII"!! washer, oak floor, garage. $22,500 with terms.
| .

f'::1r. BISCAYNE REALTY, INC. Low, Low down,payments Lovely corner CBS fenced yard with barbequeand

\ (Broker) No loan costs, or extra charges!! fruit trees. $11,800 with terms.

1094 NW '54 STREET PHONE 754-3589 Free moving (p ld.by ownerH)!! 641 NW 65 STREET $12,500 TOTAL
a'9;> ,vBrjpEN:; HITES 1 AND SUNDAYS, ".' : '
> '4. Free new stove & Refrigerator 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS. 2 bedroom separate
private entrance, If you desire Income.
120 NW 56 STREET $10,500 TOTAL

339 NW 39 STREET' This solid CBS can be 3 bedrooms, 2 bath for your

.* CBS, large porch, .2' bedroom,> oak''floors, 'large family or duplex for income. Terms arranged.

2 bedroom, CBS hardwood floors, tile roof,
OPEN SUNDAY I TO 6 P.M. 2050>>: NW) 96 STREET" carport, large yard, near expressway, $10,500

"Waterfront Values"r CBS, like new, carport, oak;floors, tile roof, total. $82 monthly with Homestead exemption.

-- corner, large ,lot, $350 down. 141 NW 50 STREET HOME AND APT.
$600 DOWN Custom-built CBS resident. Main house has 3
9251 LITTLE RIVER BLVD Call Owner 758749SANDEELEE sleeping' room, 1 1ft bath, full dining, bo I It-n!
kitchen, oven and range, garage, tile roof and
I Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 75x130 lot. Landscaped with patio, separate and private.Complete 1 bedroomapt.
extras included. A must tee to appreciate. One
many Rented will help pay your monthly"payment..
FHA mortgage. One low monthly payment pays alt. $1,500 down required.

Custom Built HOMES

1041 NW STREET Chas. S. FoitaNO, Realtor

Exceptionally designed 3 bedroom, 2 bath with '
6016 751-7511
tremendous screened Fla room overlooking wat.r.Total .

price only $23,000 good terms arranged. BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM HOMES

1251NW, 81 STREET 2166 NW 41 TERRACE "'" .
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Flo' Room I '
Central' heat,a Ir condition, large built-in kitchen, 3155 NW 66 STREET STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
patio for outdoor living."Bargain. 1180 NW 76 TERRACE !

Prked" $1,000 Down $110 month includes All VET TVTED

$400 $12,500 TOTAL PRICE We Will TakeInTradeHouses 379-7735

I Beautiful 2 l bedroom CBS with lovely| Flo room.
j Many.desirable' extras included. Walk to shopping ( Lots Mortgages Cars) '
I schools and transportation. 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

I, .
9020 NW 12 COURTIn
choice area. Comfortable. 3 bedroom CBS. On 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 ..........

spacious 100x100 landscaped lot, 'central heat, ,.r. .
;- :; ==-
,1-- garage, carpeting, hardwood doors, sprinklersystem r KING SIZE BUYS .
p f.+ and many other extras. Priced right. FHA
terms one mortgage,, reasonable down paymentand Best Buys in TownCBS PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES ee
one monthly payment pays all.
FROM $100 DOWN .

FOR THE LARGE FAMILY 3 BEDROOM. $11 MO. Newly painted. only' f
$300 down. Owner pays closing costs. Price.is 8141 NW 16 AVENUE
CHOICE AREA $12,600, FHA. o Gorgeous pool home, 3 bedroom, carpeted, air T
4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH CBS 2 BEDROOM $14 MO. $300 down. No 4 conditioner, fenced and other extras. Tf

Plus 2 Fl. rooms, very large living room, closing costs. Enclosed porch, dining room, fJ
built-in kitchen, near schools, shopping and all carport, appliances, air cond., central I heat, 1451 NW 88 STREET
transportation. Priced right with good terms to large lot. $12,200 FHA. > 2 bedroom, screened front porch, carport, wanted T
be arranged. Also large corner lot available. area. Total price FHA $12,500. J
r MANOR PARK BEAUTY. CBS, 2 beta**, Fla
n'H .I aid 1Ico.." room double, dining fenced room.lot. Ail rooms are kuge. Garage, J 8811 NW 15 AVENUE 4)

7GNW 44 STREET: 2 bedroom, Fla room, enclosed garage, fenced A
$400 DOWN -$11,500 TOTAL BEAUTIFUL CBS DUPLEX. Live rent free.$300down. large lot and otherextras. FHA T
,.... $76 mo. No closing cost. 1 bedroom each I e $13,000. .
"' LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS apt. Appliances, carports.NO '
bedroom home with extra 1 bedroom I > 1540 NW 58 STREET +
I cottage with minimum $60 month income. You : A 2 bedroom, cathedral ceiling, this is a large 4)
must see this value to really appreciate its $85 MO. 3 BEDROOM. Fenced corner, 'large two bedroom, FHA 11,000. A
\ kitchen, dining room, utility room, appliances.Price .
worth.LAST NOT LEAST", $11,500. Reasonable down payment. No 0 1184 NW 46 STREET 4
IUT costs.
( A2 bedroom, carport, FHA total price $7500. V
NO QUALIFYING NO CLOSING COST $15 MO. 3 BEDROOM. 3 bath, enclosed porch, +
REASONABLE DOWN PAYMENT dining' room, utility room, appliances. $750 : 8101 NW 17 AVENUE I
down .
$8,500 total. 4 bedroom, 2 bath with Fla room. This is a home 7
LARGE CBS DUPLEX. 2 bedroom each apt. .for a large family. $16,500. T
[Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath on btoutlfullandlcap.d lot, appliances, price $12,700. Reasonable down. e .
[garage, patio and numerous extras. Price right. One
low monthly payment pays all. WE HAVE MANY OTHERS 4 WE SPECIALIZE IN THE FHA & VA RESALE PRO- 4
f N ..te.rt.rs I .

i05'N n STpl 7-4588 4260 NW '7th Av: ,'755-5551 .8000'' NW 1 AYE PL 1. 18$ Idt

: ............., .

'i JL 1

Y I 1 -b Y ._. I Ir


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 8, 1966 19
.. .


ADSJ bedroom house, rent Single woman. Room. Private Phone: 634.1444
cheap. 2453 NW 91 Ave. Call
bath and entrance. 925 NW ANN'S
15 WORDS OR LESS SI.25.5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. 6352937.One 52nd SU PL 74767. HOUSE
NOON fum. apts. air
Room in private home for a
Clean cool for
cond. and rooms your
nice clean lady that's work-
adults only ref. need. 1210 convenience"A ,
FOR FOR SALE FOR SALE NW 77th Terr. ing. 6910425.A .
Friendly Place to

$100 down Anyone. Vet or Seller Pays dosing Costs 4100) down. Anyone. Vets or Room. Would like a single nice two bedroom effcy. Meet Your Friends"
non vets. Like new 2-3- Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath, non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 person in private home in furs lights paid, a tank of
bedroom CBS homes like new. CBS bargain, Florida room, bedroom CBS homes like new. Liberty City area, with a gas. $22.50. 696-2785. 3059 NW 45 STREETMr.

Only $100 down and from $6:? awnings garage, tile roof, Only $100 down and from $63 widowed person. 758-8128. T., Prop.
month pays all. One (1) mor jalouise windows stove, re- month pays all. One (1) mor "New"NB
Call now to see these frigerator air cond., extra tgage. Call now to see these Roomer. 2 bedroom cottage, 151 Street. Best in town.
tgage.beautiful homes today. E. large landscapped lot, sprint. beautiful homes today. E. large lot, quiet neighborhood.Phone PL 1-2768.

Denny R ealtor Tip ler system. Bargain at $12-- Harry Denny R ealtor Tip 634-0760.
000 with $400 down, (veterans -- Room in private home for a
754-0483. Realty, 754-0483.
Top Realty, $100 down) and $72.52 mo. One bedroom fume apt., downtown quiet gentleman. 47th st. area. LOTS FOR SALE
--- Key at Life Realty, Broker, ---- area. $18 week all 6349654.
No Qualifying 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. Orcola Lake front resort. utilities. NE 4-0500. LOW DOWN PAYMENT
3 bedroom, 2 bath, plus Open evenings. Open daily, Two bedroom Beautiful like new 4-room
Fla room, wonderfulhome dining Fla room, large --- 50x140 next to 7762 NW
huge CBS duplex, have furn. or
Room. private home
and area. Price 13700. 3410 NW 14th Ave. covered patio, carport, 150 8959. 633- unfurn., quiet neighborhood, 14th Ct.50x140 .
$92 month pays all. A. Ben- CBS, duplex, modern bargainin feet frontage, beautiful and- beautiful yard. Couple only I
Realtor anytime 751- heart of Allapattah. scaped with sprinkler system.. next to 7776 NW
Kori, FHA or conventional mortgage. Fum. one bedroom apt. for no children or pets. 4113 NW 14th Ct.70x88. .
2243. roof, rear patio with awning, 754-3766. working couple only. 1225 NW 23 Aye. CA 1-2535 or 633--
tile floors, stoves and refrigs. 56th St. 2429. NW 12th Place.
Open Sunday Jalousie windows. Bargain at
1480 NW 84th St. $11,300 $11,800 with $400 down and Seller pays closing cost. Nice Nice celan eight Two bedroom house. Phone Close to 79th Street.
rooms apt.
total. FHA. Almost new CBS. $88 month pays all. Life CBS duplex, comer 86th, Ter. 691-6073. CALL OWNER
NW 22nd Ct.
See owner
could use as 3 bedrooms, Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th and 23ri: Ave., furn., tile roof 754-4484
lovely oak floors, air cond. Ave. PL 94371. Open eves. tile bath: electric kitchen. A PL 88128. Effcy. fum., utilities free,
big garage. $350 down. $200 home and income. Live rent -- WNW 22nd Ave.

for vets. No closing costs.A. 9201 W. Little River Blvd. free. $350 down, price is Room or effcy, reasonable,
Ben-Kori Realtor any- Beautiful waterfront 3 bedroom $11,300. Owner 691-6293. 2472 NW 65th St. Phone' 691- Furn. apt. with yard, for information -

time 751-2243. CBS, tile roof, awning ---- 2014. call OX 12426.
garage, wall to wall car- $400 down or less, no quali- --- NW HOMES FOR SALE

Open Sunday peting, Fla room, air cond., fying or closing cost, vacant' air Room in a quiet home. Men

1875 NW 90th st.Custom-built, appliances, FHA price is move right in this lovely CBS, One cond.,bedroom large rum.and apts.spacious only. PL 8-4925. 2 CBS Homes
tremendous in 'size, living $16,000 with $600 down and $85month, near 17 Ave. and
ref. need. 1210 $12,900 Total Price
adults only
room as big as dance floor, $96.32 month. Seller pays 42nd St. Owner, 633-6539,
huge 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, closing costs. Life Realty days, PL 4-4098 nights. 77th Terr. HELP WANTEDCAB Across from Allapattah
Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. ---- DRIVERS. APPLY at .
built-in features plus large ---- Elementary and bus stop. ?. I
fenced yard. Owner loses PL 9-4371. Open eves. $250 down. $77 month pays Large rooms. $15 wk for Society Cab Office, 269 NW owner.
5000. You can buy for ----- all. This is the most beautiful working people. Private 21st St.Graduate.

$18,000, FHA. $400 down, 2005 NW 93rd street CBS home in area, carport, home, transpor ation bus 25 & or dropout earn FR 3'8'69

down closing Large 3 bedroom, CBS on lovely yard with fruit trees, 21. Call 633-2729. while you learn to be a beau-
vets or $800 no
costs. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor on 2 lots, comer, tile roof, Hurry this will sell fast. All. --- tician. Day or night classes. OR
wall wall
anytime 7512243. separate garage, to pattah Realty, 633-0426. Nice 1 bedroom house. $16. International Beauty School, 211-5133
carpeting, fenced yard, cus 221-7411 or 7579515. Jul29
tom-built kitchen, awnings, 85th Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $21.
Open Sunday, 1131 NW
Open Sunday rearig. Seller pays closing Nice CBS effcy. Water and
935 NW 84th St. No qualifying Street. FilA owner pays closing
costs. FHA Price $16,000 with costs. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, electric free. $15.
3 bedroom, lovely CBS,
$13,000 total, $1600 down $600 down and $96.32 mo. garage wall to wall carpeting, Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $25.

$100 month pays all. Best. Key at Life Realty Broker move right in.Universal. Nice 1 bedroom house. 23.
family area in town. A. Ben- 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9- Real Estate Buy A House Today!
4371. Open evenings and
Kori, Realtor, anytime: 751 Sundays.

-2243.-- CBS Duplex only $400 down 2020 Call NW 633-7809 62nd St. FO!D'< EXTRA SPECIALSi

Open Sunday $100 down. Anyone. Vets or $76 month, 1 mortgage, 2 nice --- .
Duplex special, 1919 NW non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 apts. on large fenced yard, 1 studio apt. fum. 5543 NW t

90th St. Could be used for a bedroom CBS homes like new. near everything, good Income 6th Pl. $20 wk. plus security 1910 NW 89! TERRACE
big family. Or' live rent free. Only $100 down and from $63' property or..home and deposit, no children 751- r,
Come see this nice clean one. month pays all. One (1) mor income live rent free. Call 2243. p 3 bedroom, CBS, $30fl; down, $75 monthly

Total $15,000. $600 down tgage. Call now to see these ,.now. 754-0483. E. Harry -
vets $300 no closing costs.A. beautiful homes today. E. Denny, Tip Top Realtors, 1S droom duplex ar I 1546 NE 152 TERRACE
1815 NW 84th unfurn. $2/
Ben-Kori Realtor anytime Harry Denny R ealtor, Tip --
7512243. Top Realty 754-0483. Open Sunday 3-6 p.m. wk. 751-2243. f 2, bedroom, CBS Nothing Down, $57 monthly
--- '1215 NW 86th St. 3 bedroom,
Drive by CBS Duplex, only $400 down air conditioned, wall to wall Opa-locka area. 2 bedroom, !

845 NW 84 th St. Immaculate $76 month, 1 mortgage, 2 nice carpet, awnings, nice large unfurn. $18. 2 bedroom furn. 2915 NW 206 STREET

*, spotless you must apts. on large fenced yard, lot, near everything, $250.. light and water. $24. Call Mick- I;
see this one inside. Price near everything, good in- down, $69 month, one mort- ins Rental Agency, 681-8213. 4 bedroom, 2 bath, No qualifying. $279 down.

$13,000. FHA terms. A. Ben- come property or home and gage. Hurry, this won't last. Indef t ,
kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. income, live rent free. Call Call now 7540483. E. Harry"

anytime 751-2243. now. 7540483. E. Harry Denny, Tip Top Realtors. MIAMI TIMES 'FORD MAITYINC. Irektr
--- Denny, Tip Top Realtors, -& 1 .- ,
____ I Open Sunday 3 to 6 p.m.
1411 NW 88th Street Open Sunday 3-6 p.m. 3361 NW '207th St. New Li- ADS ..369 N.W.. 15th Avenue 635-4595'' ,

Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, tile 1215 NW 86th St. 3 bedroom, 1 berty City area, 3 bedroom, .JWWB..

roof, carport, Fla room, large air conditioned, wall to wall I CBS, like new, $100 down, BRING
lot, stove, refrig., lovel y .
carpet, awnings, nice large$56. One mortgage, near new
house on nice street. A bar- lot, near everything, $250 I school and stores, nice cor- 11.:11II:

gain at $12,500 with $400 do. down, $69 month, one mort- lot. with large patio. Call RESULTSDRUG
(veterans $100 down) and this won't last. E. Harry Denny
gage. Hurry, low 7540483. ..
$75 mo. Seller pays closing Call now 754-0483. E. Harry'rip Top Realtors. SpecialsBARGAIN

costs. Key at Life Realty Denny, Tip Top Realtors. j
4932 '
NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. ---

Open Sundays. Open Sat. & Sun 3 to 6 p.m. BARGAIN
Y-- 3361 NW 207th St. New Liberty -

2237 NW 86th Terrace City area, 3 bedroom IT72 NW 82 STREET

Modem, 3 bedroom, CBS, bar- CBS, like new, $100 down,
gain, jalouise windows, stove, $56. One mortgage, near new
'efrig., bar-b-que, nicley school and stores, nice cor- $75 month pays everything. Less than rent CBS, 2

landscaped utility room. A ner lot. with large patio. Call bedroom, carport. $250 down, FHA. No closing cost.
at $10,800 now 754-0483. E. Harry Denny
$350 down (veterans $100 do.) Tip Top Realtors. County taxes only.
and $65.36 month. Life Realty -,

Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. $100 down. Anyone. Vets or ALSO SEE US FOR THESE

Open evenings pi 9-4371 non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 Ux 1. Very nice CBS, tile roof, reverse cycle air con-

2520 bedroom CBS homes like new. FREE DELIVERY- ditioner, wall to wall carpeting. $300 down, FHA.
NW 159th Bunche
St. down and from $63 .mss.--------
Park Only $100 15th AVKVUB Harold Jolllwttf, Manager County taxes only. In the 80's.
: Like new 3 bedroom month pays all. One (1) mor 6750 NW
CBS, fenced yard, jalousie .
windows, freshly painted inside tgage. Call now to see these 2. Near Edison High. 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, $250

and out. FHA price only Harry beautiful Denny homes Realtor today., TipTop E. . .. . . e down FHA No closing cost. Nice big lot.

$9,200 with $300 down. : Realty, 7540483. 3. $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, fenced
([veterans $100 down) and : HOUSES FOR :
55.67 mo. Key at Life '--' -- yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No closingcost.

Realty, Broker, 4932 NW 7th frame 1707 NW home 81st, excellent TerraceA lo- 825 NW 52nd St. 2 bedroom, CBS, $25 wk. County taX i only. In the 80's.

Ave.. PL 9-4371.. Open Sundays cation. Fully fume Two bed- :3244 NW 68th St. 3 bedroom, $22 wk. : 4. No qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard, Patio,

--- rooms, two baths. extra Uacant well pump, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA mortgage already
lot in rear facing 82nd St., .3231 NW 13th Ave.1 bedroom, $15 wk. placed. County taxes only.

and Income cottage property, fully unit rented duplex, Owner City water.will finance See this, noclosingcosts. bargain. .3274 NW 68th St. 1 bedroom, $18 wk. WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

$1,500 down $10,500. Call substantial down bedroom wk. TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.
wed., A :3207 NW 68 St. 2 $20 :
Sundays and after is required. By owneron
payment FOR
p.m. nightly. 633-2400. premises.
As.-dr; ; ; ; Ford in very I: DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY
NW Homes. Why pay rent? Two
condition as a real bargain homes in BrentwoodPark I.
lovely :
--- call 691-0421. area of CaroII City. I. FORD REALTY INC. Broker EDISON REALTY Realtors
One furn. $93 month pays all. ,
'This is I. h.
a good buy.
No money down very, 2 bedroom, Many low down.extras. No qualifying, 'I.3 19'N.W. 15 175 N.W. 62nd St 7512441I

00$S9 month, 3115 NW 65th St. Gordon Akeley, Broker i...... ...... ... ....
see then
call 373-7973,
4448004. 624- 436


I TIMES, Friday, July 8, 1966 .
____ JJ

I t...


II I 1 S l u f 1 1 :.f1WCOL, iT." '! '. I i

I :

I ,pS ,::2 ',:.Gi AMT: 'S 17' ,, '

S ,".\:\,.:/ .

,, ,,2, 4x: ', '5. 'POSTCARD- :

I II' ', ;' .', :.'
I ; $ 90 5
Q.l lf. : }lt : ,::' 1r :

j "'t."t,1tlQMn: :: kr:1J1:

'. 00fy ;


''IJ ..:xr. a A', Join the. NAACP 4
R P 4 P
.1 S
) ti

I II & ,arb1.$ ..i Yr 3x >vXy 9.la.. 'pl
I .
a S 0; t + 4, !

ir1H'?! pt.a rn Ar 7y,# .'.' N'l+ytT1 Fl'rI +!!" 1X11
a. <

rk>c 'o
FB; <
M -
) ---...
} 'gipr' It's never too late to take
...., j t

Because we have the Caps and Gowns with

Tassels in all schools colors

VICE PRESIDENT HUMPREY HONORED BY the Afro-American Newspapers, Baltimore, Md., Mr. I
PUBLISHERS Vice: President Hubert H. Humphrey, Humphrey, Mr. Young, Frank L. Stanley,' Sr. NNPA 6 WaIIat Size $1.95IN
1966 recipient of the coveted Russwurm Award of the president and publisher of the Louisville (Ky.) De-
8 h
National Newspaper Publishers Association, was the fender. In top photo, from left are, Judge William H. COLOR Cash
speaker for the Awards banquet of the NNPA, held Hastie, who introduced the Vice President, Mr. Stan,
during the Association's 26th annual convention at the ley, the Vice President, and E. Washington Rhodes, 1186 NW 38th St.
Benjamin Franklin Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa. Following publisher of the Philadelphia Tribune,which hosted the
his address,Vice President Humphrey is seen in lower convention. The Awards Banquet was hosted by the i

panel, receiving award from Thomas W. Young, pubCocaCola Company, Atlanta, Ga., with Carnation 635-4748
Usher, The Norfolk (Va.) Journal and Guide, who Company, Los Angeles, Calif., sgrving as sponsor of
serves as Chairman of the NNPA's Russwurm Awards of a pre-dinner reception. -
Committee. From left are John, Murphy, president,


----.a.aw.., 2.

t' 0.1: BRING

.,..I RESULTS, 6483TAFTST. PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE. PERRINE 9843 Bird Rd.
W. Hollywood Miami, Fla.
!' w .. 945-0381 Hialeah 21-1761,fla. 635-0736 MIAMI, FLA.635-0736 Perrine 238-2901,Fla. 226.5631MON. I


X now approach to trtat .10-9 THRU SAT. NO EMERGENCY NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS s ," :y

men? and Htdicatioi

based on sptclalittJ

tico.totiv blood Ala aid I laboratory goHorol pric* 1 0 PC. BEDROOM SUITE!


I PL 7-72M

11 11T w
.1 ,


PL I-HI4 t.Y.r.r
ea.outllul H.m.s
Built MI Yw Lot
.r Ow.Attt.ctl..
I .* Alt...
tl..4 A 41t1....
eL.t U. D..U.h
{ Y."r Warn Out
H..... and BwlU aLav :1..A. ;
.ly N.w H... ti..w ,........,. ..,. .r..n.. o.
Call U. far Pact Ab...rt
..1141",g DRESSER
GM4 sank FinancingTANLEY MIRROR ILl


I..".. 3 WALL PICTURES $119I

.M H. E. 79th Sr.M.111..id..../
% .

t 'r