The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00426

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i GlHEY L BOARD"NMED Duke U. Employs :

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.A3 First ProfAn
Acting on a proposal by make "direct approaches to 20 minutes and let them ask rights of all citizens." Negro

Commissioner M. Athalie the people in the streets" questions."
Atlanta University
R Pe, T Range, the Miami city Commission and act as a link between Police and fire departments professor
this fall will become
.fir. has appointed an them and the commission.Mrs. According to 'Father Gilx to give assurance they are the first Negro to serve on the4

Emergency Community Action son, the meetings would be prepared "in. every way rea- faculty of Duke University, a
Board prepared to work with Range said she did held at Douglas Road and sonable >to 'meet_ emer-
Duke confirmed
x spokesman
e fill SII the man on the street to pre. not think there was any threat Grand Avenue for about an gencies similar to the racial Monday. Dr. Samuel Dubois,

vent racial violence. The racial riots here in Miami as hour and a quarter in the even- riots elsewhere. Cooke, chairman of the Department

12-monber board is composed in other trouble infested ings, "during which time White and Negro leaders to of Political Scienceat

of eight Negroes and four areas in the country. we'll ask the nearby bars to meet and find solutions "to the Georgia institution,
I WILLIAM WYNN close." will at Duke in
whites. those problems which need report Sep-
solving in order to maintainour tember as visiting professor '
a tf "But these things can arise Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick, existing good relations." for the fall semester. :t,
Those appointed to the in a few minutes" she em- perennial civic leader has .
board were the Rev. Theodore phasized, and this board could agreed to work with Father When asked if she felt that

Gibson, L. E. Thomas, Dr. stop things from happening. Gibson at these "soap box this board would "overlap or 3-Yeor-Old Dies

George Simpson, George Kil- Those riots arose from insignificant meetings," with ,a third conflict" with the Metro

patrick, Donald Wheeler Jones, ; incidents and a lack of person to be named later. Community Relations Board, 'l
Msgr. Fitzpatrick, Sidney communicationIn Mrs. Range said she felt very After Being j t
Ansin, William W. McBride, Mrs. Range's resolutionalso "t,
Rabbi Sol Landeau, Judge calls for: strongly that it would not. Struck Auto :. :
r Ray Pearson, William Wynn praising the Commis She said she felt this board By
sion's action, the Rev. Theodore City Attorney Richard could "bring a more direct
and Kenneth Williams.
Gibson said meetings Stone to examine all city ordinances approach to the man on the Gary L. Taylor, three- K

I.. have been planned for the 'concerning civil street" while the Metro year-old' died in Jackson. "** .'*

According to Mrs. Range, Coconut Grove area this rights and :to suggest any board works more "behind Memorial Hosptial Tuesday N....

1- WILLIAMS the board was proposed to summer where "we'll speak further laws "to protect the closed doors. of injuries he received Sun-

__ _._ 00 day when he was injured by a
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FlodJar: Unfit Negro Named To Jacksonville car The, police boy,reported.who lived at 1313 ;:

to; NW 68th Terrace, was struck !|
' Recreation Board in front of 1414 NW 69th Terr. I;.;

Police charged the driver
t The Jacksonville City to boards at City Hall had "(t
LControtAidio1oorNAACP John T. Williams with
32, rd
Commission Tuesday named a been one of the grievancesmade careless driving.
Negro to the Recreation by the National Association

Field Secretary saying the program should be Board. Alonzo Burney, an Colored for People.the Advancementof.Their marchon r
Marvin Davies said Tuesdayin administered by the local bar insurance executive, becamethe HAPPY BIRTHDAY :
associations," he sa first Negro ever named toa City Hall July 18 and incidents
Tallahassee that his organization has major policy-making board stemming from the Happy Birthday MiamI| .' ':
This complaint received -
will go to court if march had set off a week of What and
to prevent the sympathetic receptionfrom in recent city history. a great city only 70yvars
Florida Bar Association from the OEO, he said. Earl I The naming of Negroes i racial tension in the city. young today.
in the office
Johnson OEO ,
dominating a statewide legal
said he wants "more partici-
I aid program for 'the poor. pation from the community
He charged that the FloridaBar action level, middle class,

proposal to the Office of status quo group," Davis ".
Economic Opportunity (OEO)

is encouched in racial dis- said."Any case of any consequence -
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crimination. that is going to touch at
Davies proposed, in a will LOCAL ATTORNEY '
the power structure they ; Nyv,
press conference that a not accept" he said. JOINS ATTORNEY
poverty legal aid program be i
Davies said "The services GENERAL'S STAFF ,
run by a non-profit corporation -
which could include, but of some 25 ministers and 20 "
Harold L. Braynon, formerly -
not be dominated by, mem- attorneys have been offeredto of Mathews and Braynonlaw
bers of the Bar Association. the OEO to come up with an firm, has accepted the
He contended the plan of alternate plan.
appointment of assistant to
the Florida Bar, offered to "I'm not saying the thing
the attorney general of the
OEO officials would in Washingtonlast is unworkable altogether," he state of Florida. He will e I'W
week place con-
said. "I'm ,saying it might
local I serve as legal counsel to the
trol in the hands pf
have to be revamped. technical assistance programffif e W, .
bar units. e ,

Citing the St. Petersburg +. d .t r

and Tallahassee Bar Associations ; : :

as examples, Davies University Coed ...
said, "Many local bars do not t C

accept Negroes into membership -

."* I Murdered On I
lie said "two prominent"Negro

attorneys in St. Peters- K.

burg applied to the Bar As- Delores E. Scott, of Dr. P. E. Simpkins, acting
sociation there last Septem- metro medical examiner, said
La., a high
Baton Rouge
ber and "they have not heard she had been stabbed nine

anything." school teacher science institute attending at a times. No murder weaponswere ...... ............... .>..-... _"J--.. <"' .... .....................""' J-..-.......,'- -.. .n. ,,-_. ._...
Attorney John Due of summer found.

Tallahassee, who has been Fisk University, was found Miss Scott had apparently First Negro Named To Motorcycle Squad .:I
associated with civil rights dead in Nashville, Tenn., resisted her attacker with a
cases in North Florida, triedto
join the local bar and was Tuesday. Police were search- tremendous struggle, Simp- Robert Ingram, 29-year-old Ingram submitted his ap- Chief Baron said that
"asked to do a research pa- ing for the killer. kins said. Fragments of what Miami Police Officer is the plication for motors five "Ingram will remain on motorsas
per so they could determinehis Believed to be in her middle appeared to be human flesh first Negro officer to be assigned years ago and has been on long as he does the job
20s, the attractive young found under her and will be for
hair not replaced
legal expertise." Due was discovered lyingin and were to the Motorcycle the waiting list all this time.
later denied membership," woman was fingernails, he said. squad. Assistant Chief Glenn any other reason. Just as
a pool of blood in the He was picked from the top
Davies said. The body was found 40 Baron stated Ingram was appointed to
of the chemistry L. "Ingram got six men on the list as the one
hallway the
lie said only about a do- university.She feet away apparent the job because he earned it with the best record. Prior to motors, anyone else that goes
building of the of the stabbing. Police *
zen of some 40 Negro attor- scene with his exceptional police this had to the squad must earn it with
appointment, Ingram
neys in the state have been was partially clothed guess Miss Scott crawled upa
admitted to local bar units. and was apparently raped and flight of 12 steps trailing work and he was not appointed been working in traffic sec their work as policemen, not

"They know these situations stabbed in a basement class- blood and seeking help before to break another so-called tion as one of the best men on their race, religion or
exist she died. "barrier." downtown. fri ends."
and yet they're room, officers said.


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2 THE MIAMI\ TIMES,. Friday, July, 29, ,1966 .. _BBvirf'.? ,_ r'. : /. .;... '_ _

I Insurance Companies Increase $200 Million in. .,cast, Yeol

p. r Bank, executive secretary of the National pie, were scheduled I
Life Insurance Companies lie urged accelerated efforts Home Security Life Insurance of the Export-Import President Association for the Advancement dress Ihctonvcntlonbunqutt 10 I
managed hx Slcgrocs to strengthen financial Co., Durham. and advisor to Wilkins of Colored I'eoHH and closing bessiu, '
Increased their Insurance In structures among Negroes.For Hobart Taylor, director Johnson, and Roy _.H. ..
force from $2 billion to $2.2 the insurance industryhe rimc.Bmiiir.llllimKIMHHIMBKkiMJMiami's
billion in the lust year, while urged cooperating Inter-
adding $16 million in assets company teams for solving
operating problems. For the
This was announced by Negro business communityin
H. A. Giiliam of Memphis, general, he urged forma-
president of the 45-member tion of holding companiesto
National Insurance Associa- expand economic power
tion, which is convening here among Negroes through
July 48 through July 21. heavy investment across a
The companies have $390 broad spectrum of enter
million in assets, a live percent prises.
Increase over a year Some 400 executives and
ago, Gilliam said. sales leaders were scheduledto
'4r gk8lNl
They will go after a big- study ways of assuring 4Jl gfg
ger share themarkit back profitable growth during
ed up by intensified advertis- four 'days of meetings at the
ing and sales training, and Jack Tar Hotel here. North
Carolina Mutual Life In-
concentrating on the econo-
ti ,
mic power of the Negro surance Company, largest fitilf8lelfeNlegR s
woman, according to Gil- Negro managed company,
liam. In an address prepared is host to the convention.
for delivery Tuesday, Gil- Delegates are from 25 statesin
liam took note of the key which the member firms
role of the Negro women as do business.In .
wage earners and heads of addition to Gilliam,
households. who is vice president of Uni-
Gilliam said the structure versal Life Insurance Co.,
of Negro society changing in Memphis, the conventionwill
more rapidly than that of the hear Floyd Bragg, vice
whole society. Their impacton president of the PrudentialLife
the economy is greater' Insurance Co.,Newark,
than their' members would N. J., Burkett Huey, execu-
suggest, he added, citing a tive vice president, Life In-
younger median age and surance Agency Management -
higher birth rate as factors. Assn., Hartford,Conn.,
The Negro constitutes a Norman O. Houston, president -
market for industrial and Golden State Mutual
ordinary life insurance sales, Life Insurance Co., Los Angeles
he added. Gilliam called at- and J. Mar-
boom reaches for the cloudsas Four Ambassadors Hotel and Apartments along famous
new building
tention to the gap between ,vin, director of planning,
average years of schoolingfor North Carolina Mutual Life construction permits during 1966's first six monthssoar Biscayne Bay, (3) Howard Johnson Motor Lodge on

whites and Negroes, Insurance.Company.A to a record $144,063,046 with towering hotels downtown Biscayne Boulevard, (4) Exhibition Hall of
which is rapidly being closed. panel! discussion Wed- gigantic Merchandise Mart near International Airport,
and other
He also cited the higher per- nesday, \\1llInc1ude Harvey high-rise apartments big projects piercingthe (5) Putting green-topped headquarters ,building of
centage of Negro home Russell, vice president, Pepsi skyline. Large-scale construction under way or
headed and In- American Bankers Life Assurance Co, of Florida, and
by women, Cola Co., Dr. Jerome
include Class-
due to begin shortly Dade County
dicated this is one of the "Bud" Holland, president of (1) (6) City of Miami's modernistic six-level off-street
''most' important aspects of Hampton Institute, and room Teachers' Association Apartments, first retire- parking garage downtown.
the market. Watts Hill, president of ment facility in Florida with Federal cooperation, (2)

Crazed Fort Pierce '


Man Kills Policeman

Wounds Another PTfliLI IIha1[ 1IIt ,

A Negro patrolman was wounded last Sunday In Fort /
shot to death and another Pierce when they tried to e 1 e 1 e I I e e 1'' 1
break up a street fight, police'
Tear gas was thrown Into
a house occupied by Eugene
r"rd z'w' Emeraon, about 30, when other 1 1 1
officers rushed to the scene,
1 said Sgt. Jack Norwell. / 1 1
Wounded in the chest, Emerson -
walked out the house
a' with his hands up, Norwell
," '
said.The body of 43-year-old C
I Patrolman Willie Ellis was
', I found in the house. Norwel'
said. He had been shot in the
j stomach and chest and apparently -
t died immediately, said
l Norwell. I I I /
3 "' I -0 Before help arrived Patrolman y !

l. Clifford Minus was r'iI
rll i hot in the abdoman. He was
jfr t ., ; I i taken to a hospital where he
1 ''lil( :: ;'IJi iI underwent surgery. His condition -

it 1 11} ../,1"t i', i was not believed to be

serious. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Emerson, who was appar-
ently shot by Minus, under.HONORED

BY AMT went surgery at the hospital. r,
Police had not been able to
Frederick A. Simmons,
qyestion him. The shooting kp % t .
M. T. (A.S.C.P.) the son of took place in a Negro neigh ___ l akli i

Margaret Simmons of Coconut borhood. The brawl ended by _
the time other officers arrived.
Grove became the first Negro _
to receive the Distinguished That's right! The new housing bill makes any ex-servicemen NEw LIlERTY ESTATES
FINEST (or women)eligible for$295down payment on a home.Thit'i All HI.II Fsetsrs gT
Achievement Award, presented why you must come see Liberty Homes Estates adjacent to 21
Liberty Gardens booming northwest Miemi. you went the Terrazzo flqon ,
him at the National Convention PRINTING thrill of living in your own home et less than you'd PlY for rent Sodded' 'Iota LIBERTY MO E >
of the American Medical come Liberty see Homes our three Estates.model houses todey. You'll live better in 11Z.lot..,00'minimum :... GARDENS p; <

Technologist held in New SERVICE City water and 211th ST, '"

Orleans, Loui.ianaJuly 1216. BEAUTIFUL 2,3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES sews Sliding patioodoors Z;= _

Mr. Simmons ia a graduate HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL Choice of exterior
Ind interllll' colon SCHOOL 207tHall ST.
of Booker T. Washington LIKE I OUR PRINTING I I 12.20uV13.BOO this and moral
High School, a former student
at Morgan state college and ::r :' ysmdo: !:: SNAKE CREEK CANAL
Quality Job; Budget Price to shopping) r
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rnaw,' July, "29.:.! lass 3.

I Dade Republican Chairman Makes Pitch For Negro Vote

LKTTEKS TO EDITOR groes and the Republicansby to see them file for office fice holders.As .
In your Friday,. July 22 the one party Democratic' under the Republican ban- Mr. Jones says, "The ,
edition, Norman Jones' col- monopoly that has existed Negro in Florida has suffered ..", ...
umn. "Let's talk Politics"" fur over 50 .eun..94 to ner.The main reason many disfranchisement at the
was an excellent report of be exact. Democrats are unopposed is hands of the Democratic
what is lacking herein Flori- As Chairman of the Republican because there aren't enough t ty of Florida for over 50 :"'"
da, as well as Dade County Executive: Committee "Registered Republicans" years: who show nothing but 'I>;

regarding the two-party: of Dade County I kno\\ that will run for office main- a continuous stream of in- >,;;i"I
system. 1 speak for the entire to mmit- ly because they are"Afraid' vectives and insults to those ,, "
Mr. Jones brought out the lee when I bay we .welcome to come out In the open feel- who supported them". I .
lack of representation and hdp from the Negroes and ing their businesses will be As Chairman, I Invite all L {' \
attention given both the Ne- will be more than pleased boycotted by Democratic of- Negro Republicans as wellas \
Democrats to join with us
this November in electing

SCLC National Convention To some Republican candidates
in order to alleviatethe t .
I bad streets poor light
ing, poor Mhools.I ; rind discrimination

Meet In Jackson Miss. in Public! Office
>u r
holding that the l Democrats F
have enforced upon you

Dr. Martin Luther King's problems in civil rights and violence, led by Rev. James these past 50 years. The

Southern Christian Leader in the areas of j jobs,housing, Lawson, and a mass rallyin Republicans will not permit .
ship Conference will open education, administration of the evening, to be ad- foreign nl EF UG E KS: to come ,'..'\ .',..""':',<" ,:
its tenth annual conventionon justice, as well as exploringthe dressed by Congressman into Dade County and take
August 8 in Jackson, nonviolent perspective.On Conyers.Dr. jobs from our own American
Mississippi The four- meeting, which will draw delegates will register at SCLC's Annual Report on l Democratic officials.
delegates from all over the Jackson's Masonic Tem Wednesday morning; after Any Negroes who would \.
country, marks the first time ple. The SCLC Jackson Affiliate lunch Dr. James E. Laue like to run for public office
SCLC has held its annual Rev. Allen Johnson, will lead a panel on "The under the Republican banner
convention in Mississippi.Two Resident will host the con- Emerging Society". Thecon- arc \\clcome. For those whoa
city-wide mass meet vention. Ceremonies will be ventlon concludes Thursday c mm registered Democratic

ings, maj or; speeches by Dr. kicked Monday night with evening with a second mass you can re-register after
King and CongressmanJohn an address by Senator Ken- meeting and a closing address the November election, but
Conyers of Detroit,Mi.. nedy at the Annual Freedom by Dr. King. the l Democrats put througha
chigan and, an address by Banquet. The delegates will law that won't allow you
Senator Ted Kennedy will return Tuesday for the key For the first in the history to run as a Republican for MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDMr.
note address by Rev. Walter of the movement the a State Office until 1970. Thisis
highlight the program. The convention and Mrs. Leon E. Kelly announce the engage- .
theme of the convention is Fauntroy, SCLC's Washing- will present a series on another way they try to ment of their daughter Patricia to Mr. Julius T. Lee, '
i "Human Rights: the Con- Jen representative. Also civil rights oriented art, Including keep their citizens "hand Jr. Miss Kelly is a graduate of Booker T. WashingtonHigh
tinuing Struggle". Panels slated for Tuesday' are a dramatic presenta- cuffed" to Iemocraticone- School. She attended Fisk University in Nash-
and and tions and graphic displays. party rule.
panel workshop on non-
The present laws also prohibit ville, Tenn. and Miami Dade Junior College. She will

anyone from running continue to work for her B. A. degree at the Univer-
for'office this November who sity of Miami. Mr. Lee is a recent graduate of the
Head Start Program Goes hasn't already qualified in University of Miami where he received his B. A.. in

last May's primary, so no the field of speech and drama. He will work towardshis
further names can be addedon
masters at the University this fall. A September
the ballot. However, let's
Begging For YoungstersFrom unite in our efforts to bring wedding has been planned. I

about a truly two-party government IJ
to Florida by filling .

The project Is virtually tificates if they don't have every elective office with
information received
l Republican candidates in
from reliable sources the begging parents to register The. Head-Start Program liK>8, regardless of race, MINISTERS TO PLAN John Baptist Church for a
their children, ages four, hot color or creed, and then col- breakfast meeting to plan a
also offers free snacks,
Head-Sta Program in Dade five and six, free of charge, and VOTER REGISTRATION
County is having a hard time lunch, dental care and medi- lectively, go out In mass sumner countywide voter
vote Republican. .rememb registration drive. in-
off with ical care. AH ministers of churches All
getting the ground
The management has offered r Abe )Lincoln did!!!
all It would, seem as .if-I this .. --1 in Dade County teieated clergy are. Invited. to
the benefits, if offers to ittcgeririces: to help' parents''i ; ; '- sincerely' are urged to
parents and children. ,It> gel their children's birth cer- would be the. very thing work- '* Paul J. O'NeillChairman meet Saturday morning at St. attend.
Ing mothers, especially, would
be looking for, but the response -

up to this time, has tt
been rather disappointing.

Geck'01t new, lower rats and easy financing may register at any elementary r

school. The morning Y
Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift 4tA& ,f
session is held from 8:30: to M RA, BONDED Q

D. Goodman and Son, Inc. 11:30 and the afternoon ses- t w 1t7

"Insurance, Real, Estate, Mortgage" son from 12:30 to 3:30Business : .
member AH People Democratic Club Parents ought to take ad-
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 29, 1966

r- O I Phil' Ossofer I k'Iflq

forth positive reaction
I Occasionally I am intri- brings the
anywhere, so why not on
gued by a news story
well? By'Booker T. Ha \
PublUh.r battlefield as e.
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and seems to deal with the mys- yIn
of posi- _
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor tical I am referring to the The Bible speaks it
WiLLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor of Miami .tailor tive thinking. "Ask, and
story a to a request by Commissioner
seek, response Athalij
shall be given you
OSCAR W. WEAVER, Circulation.Adv.rtising Monpg viceman who gave who a quarter to leavingfor a ser- and ye shall find; knock, Range, the Miami City Commissioners created an
Member of the National N.w.pop.r. Publl h.r. Association Viet Nam, telling him and it will be opened unto emergency Community Action Board. The main function

SUBSCRIPTION RATES that if he held on to the you; For everyone and that that will be thwarting the possibility of racial violence in

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS tt.00 FOREIGN $6.00 coin he would return safely. seeketh asketh receiveth findeth; ;and to him the city of Miami such as that experienced in Pompano ) .

The young man did return shall be Cleveland Chicago and Brooklyn. The
close that knocketh it open Community
Entor.d oa Second Clot Matter, August 9, 1927 at the'Poet call safely during after having a mortar a bar- ed." (Matt. 7:7-8.) Action Board will serve as a grievance committee to

Office ot Mioml Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 rage. I have known people withan hear complaints and gripes of the Negro and prescribe .
for win-
Office nt 6740 NW 15th Avonu Phone OX 1-0421 apparent contests or winning at corrective action thus eliminating one of the

The tailor got the idea ning I have often wondered detected as. having direct bearing
major causes
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"TM from his father, who was
NEGRO PRESS be lie v.. that America con beat lead also a tailor. During World if such people are,in these in disturbances iii other cities.In .

the world from racial and national ontogonUm when it oe- ,War 2, his father gave dimes areas at least, thinking introducing the proposal to the commission
cords to every man regardle of raco, creed or color hit to every serviceman he met. such a way that they draw the ,
human and logal rights Hating no man, faring no mon-th He gave away about 2,000 the right answers ortheright Mrs. Range has exemplified leadership worthy of
Negro Pr.ss strives to help every man In the firm b.llof that dimes, and according to his cards. Experiments at Duke her unique position with the city's administrativebody.
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is hold back. University in ESP. .
son every one who receivedone Extra Sensory Preception. .. She stands as another example of the woman's
returned Hebasedhis
that the mind can She was preceded
gifts on an Old World indicate touch in city government. others,
RIOTS HURT YOUR CAUSEIn be a controlling factor in the ills and
superstition: "Give someone but none qualified to express aches of
of chance.
Indianapolis last Saturday President Johnson money and he'll" come games Folks are always seeking the Negro community as knowingly as herself. In her

made a telling speech on rioting in the streets of through a bad time. butI "systems" to beat the horsesat unsuccessful bid for the position she now holds by
Superstition Maybe,
major cities, and reminded Negroes that the nation the race tracks or to"breakthe expressed her choice
think it goes deeper than appointment, Mrs. Range to be
"cannot abide civil violence." that I believe the acceptanceof house" in gambling Miami- commissioner of all the people. I feel she has been
Hie president said riots do not bring about last- the coins injected f a posi- tablishments. The
his father successful in her ambition to serve the
tailor and ap- community at
ing reforms. They tear at the very fabric of the com- tive thought in the mindsof
munity by turning away, by setting neighbor against the recipients. Positive parently found a system to large, but being a Negro and proud of it has kept the
neighbor and create walls of mistrust and fear between thinking has changed the beat the Grim Reaper on problems of Negroes paramount in her decisions.
? Idon.t
them. They make reform more difficult by turn course of many lives, my battle-field. Superstition While Miami Press Con ference
think God is our appearing on
own included.Thought is
ing away the very people who can and must support
reform. magnet, drawing to one the protector, and He works in recently Donald W. Jones, president of the Miami

rf same kind of thought one mysterious ways,far beyondour chapter of the NAACP was asked his belief as to the
Acknowledging that minority groups face serious sends out. Positive thought range of learning.
problems that are the concern of all citizens, he defended cause of the riots in other cities. One of the main

their right to protest, but added there are reasons pointed out by Mr. Jones was that communications

ways of protesting that any civilized society can NEGRO JOINS MOTOCYCLE CORPS between the two factions were non-existent

tolerate. He mentioned the ballot box, the neighbor- Officer Robert Ingram, 29 years of age, is now a He stated the fact that Negroes had nowhere to air

hood conraittees, the civic and political and civil member of Miami's Motorcycle Corps, the first Negroto their grievances, and he believed this was mainly
the for the situations out of hand.
getting Mr.
rights organizations as means by which Americans join the corps. Ingram has been on the police
he had been
also asked thought Miami
express their resentment against intolerable condi- force for seven years. He is married and the father of Jones was why
free of racial disturbances. To this his reply was thatMiami's
tions. They are designed to reform society not to rip two daughters.
is on a gratuity basis, meaning that
it apart said the president. His administration is try Ingram's assignment at present is patroling the
its main of is tourism and that
source revenue through
ing to piomote the interests of a small minority livingin southwest section.

poverty, without jobs, In miserable housing.We Miami since two years ago created a Community Rela-
think and ACTION BOARD APPOINTEDIn tions Board where Negroes would air their problems.
it was a most interesting speech

one that will appeal to the general public, especially another column of this week's issue, you will With these statements being substantiated by fact

so to those of riotous minds. we have al- find the account of action taken by Miami's City we can appreciate the action undertaken by Mrs.

ways felt that leaving our civil rights fight to the Commission for prevention of race violence if such an* Range more.

NAACP, Urban, League, CORE, and other such or- occasion arise on our streets. May will fail to recognize the difference in the

ganizations, plus our local community relations board The 12-member Emergency Community Action Community Action Board:,j ust created and the Corn-

could do much more than rioting and being illtreatedand Board was proposed by Commissioner Athalie Range. Relations Board already functioning in our area. The

killed. Protest, yes! but not by rioting.' Let us Members of the board are: Rev. Theodore Gibson, Community Relations Board dealt with problems fore-
the will be read and '
president's speech widely
appreciated. Atty. L. E. Thomas, Rabbi Sol Landan, Dr. George seen by leaders of the community and presented to

Simpson, Msgr. Fitzpatrick, Judge Ray Pearson the board as possible trouble spots or problems. This
William McBride, William Wynn, Donald Wheeler Jones
method has proven helpful in the past, but we have no
guarantee that all the ills can be spotted in this

Elsewhere on thesepages is a stark,'Want accountof EPISCOPAL BISHOPSRt. manner. On the other hand the Community Action

the atmosphere of tension, anger, discouragement, Rev. John Burgess, suffragan bishop of the Board would deal with the problems of the averageman.
and social disorder which characterizes large portion Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts has been nomina-
the man on the street This is good, because it
of the Negro areas of Chicago. Unhappily mightjt ted as a possible successor to the Rt. Rev. James A.
also have been written in and'about similar quarters Pike of California. appears the man in the street has been the spark

in dozens of other American cities, as the latest Bishop Burgess, 57, is one of the first Negro igniting each of the disturbances I've mentioned. They

events in Cleveland show. bishops of the Episcopal church in the United States. appear to nourish the most ills, and seem possessedwith
It is no longer necessary to emphasize what such
conditions lead to. For the past several summers Bishop Edward Thomas Demby was the first suffragan a greater desire for revenge against society. The
bishop. He was ordained for work in
American cities have been rocked with riots as a result Negro Arkansas, average man makes up better than two-thirds of the
of the Negro's frustration with his lot in society.But and other dioceses in the southwest, September 29, entire population,and therefore represents' a majorityIt
and served
what needs ceaseless emphasis is the neces-
sity to change a situation in which anyone could say, AGAINST ESCALATIONThe is my feeling that his grievances be heard.

"Man, nothin's different." Mrs. Range is to be commended for her action.
World Council of Churches Social Conference
She appears to believe in the saying "an ounce of
Perhaps the hardest thing for many white Ameri- condemns escalation of the war in Viet Nam chargingthat
cans to realize is that, in Negro eyes, all the strong it aggravates ill-feeling between races. The con- prevention is worth a pound of cure." Whatever her

civil-rights legislation of the past three years has ference also condemns Britain for failing to guarantee thinking, she has shown the type of reasoning I would

made, little difference in the way the average Negro political rights to the black majority in Rhodesia and consider healthy for government, city, state or federal.
particularly in the North, lives works, and is urged that Communist China be included in interna-
educated. This is not to say that a firm and hopeful tional disbarment talks.

foundation for progress has not been laid. It has. Nor In theopinion of the conference, there is need for

is it to say that there are not growing numbers of pub- massive social reforms and criticism of the organization -

lic officials,private citizens, educators, industrialists, of American states as being structurally un- Star-spangled way to

labor unions leaders, and many others who are deter- balanced.
mined to see that the Negro is given his fair place send 'a son to college
and rightful opportunities in the United States. Thereare. LET'S GET OUR FIRST NEGRO IN WEST POINT

But these efforts, worthy as they are, have Congressman Adam Clayton Powell has informedthis
hardly dented the problem.Yet newspaper that he has 54 vacancies available for

appointments and alternate appointments to West Point
we have no doubt but what the problem of equa- and the Air Force Academy.
lity of opportunity, treatment, and regard for the Negroin These
appointments for the class
America will be solved. Not only will it be solved, the three academies in July 1967. entering
it must be solved,but once a great forward movement is

established, it cannot be halted. And such a move- Negro high school graduates of exceptional ability -

ment on behalf of removing the discriminating barriers may apply as candidates for these appointments.Not .
against equality of opportunity is manifestly one
only would these
young men receive a free four
of the great tides of our times. There are t. moments
year college but they would be trained in
when frustrations from one side or the other slow
this tide down. We may even be at such a moment now. future.scientific skills insuring a secure aid profitable i

But the direction of the tide is set. It cannot be turn-

ed back. Dade County should have some young men whocan a

This is, of course, cause. for com- qualify for appointments. Our readers are asked t y 1 ti. .p i f
placency. The recent events in Chicago show how assist in this important effort by recommending Negro

long is' the path ahead in comparison with the dis- high school students of demonstrable intellectual

tance yet traveled. Surrounded by the promise of promise to Congressman Powell's office, 2175 Ray-

America, .the Negro demands that things become burn House Office Building, Washington, D.C.

"different," very different. It is up to every Americanto

make sure that progress is swift enough to stay Very few Negroes have had the opportunity to. U.S. SAVINGS BONDS

ahead of the anger which disillusionment can bring. attend West Point or Annapolis. Now that the doors
are oepn, our young men who can qualify ought to
Christian Science Monitor fill the office of Powell with applications.

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NAACP Head Rips School Superintendent; I

s \ At a news conference {n pils and pupils' parents. they keep thorn running all would change+ },' the value sys-
Tallahassee Tuesday, Marvin "The Negro teacher," over the county as visiting tern of the white child," he ,
Davis said, "is fearful of the music teachers or physical said.
Davies, NAACP state field
consequences of disciplining education instructor. Davies said of the state's
took to task School
white chilren." school boards school administrators in
The Bloom fields(deomie and Noel)have returned Supt. Floyd Christian for Most caretop
He said, on the other hand, fully avoid placing the Negro general ,"They're just backin -
from a vacation in Jamaica.Mrs. failure to remove "the ex-
plosive fears" of white and the white teacher fears "the a teaching job "where he ward."

Jennie Lee Coleman and daughter Gloria, Negro teachers In integrated stereotype of the Negro childas
schools."If boisterous, hard to manage
vacationed at Kingston and Montego Bay. a businessman ran his and one which carries Any building I design will have

business like he runs FlorI- knives to school.
Now they're four-the Milton (Berthenia) Whites da's educational system, his The NAACP official said beauty and function, but always

have another son, Allan, a brother for little Steve. Con- shop would have been closed Christian is to blame, not
with the human touch.
gratulations. local school boards. Christian .
'* Davies said.
20 years ago,
should have initiated some that's a must?'
Friends of B. Clarence Holmes are happy to know The NAACP' he said, broad program of exposing
his health is much improved as he enjoys a vacationat would invite ,legislative teachers of both races to the
Newport News, Virginia. No.candidates 8 election to meet to receive before the theorgonizatlon's cultural shock of integration, The gin I buy is London Dry.Gordons .

said Davies. It's always brisk ,

Officers of the ,Sgt. Daniel Mullins, Chapter No the 1967 Legislature. teachers Deploring are the being way used Negro in dry and smooth. To me,

39 of Disabled American \feterans and its counterpart Christian has failed, Da- local school systems, he Gordon's is a must."
vies said, to provide "orien
will be installed on Sunday, July 31 at 2 at said, "They're itinerant. The
p.m. tation" for white and Negro school .... .., ... ....,
boards hire them to W foiittiirjnm A'A AH><'tnt I(' '> fl ol Hv 8 ICa
the Miami Police Benevolent Association teachers, and for their .
Building pu- .. It i "">Aweedper
say they have integration, but Wp\ illtol Chan-a r 01 >"" ali* V i+I An>?h rural Cui u "i*or
4343 NW 17th Ave. The public is invited. I

The Roland (Pat) Burroughs are cuddling a blue Dwight, Helen Smith Wilhelmenia Johnson, Cleo Lowe

bundle, Jeffrey Newbold. Mother and baby are doing Braxton and Delores E. Harte, Troop leader will ac-
fine. company the troop.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Humes of 1919 NW 66th St. Back from vacation are Mrs. Mabel I. Danielsand

have just returned from an extended vacation in the her niece Valerie Albury from NYC and Raleigh,

Bahama Islands.Mrs. N. C. with her sister Mrs. Marguerite Davis.

Marguarette Carey visited her stepdaughter, Birthday greetings to Albert Smith.

Bettye Ann Washington Richmond, Va. Bettye Ann
is a teacher in the public school system. Mrs. Bessie Davis was surprised last Tuesdaywith

a party given her by her children. $1T'
Gertrude of
Mrs. James Madison is thehouseguest

of Mr. and Mrs. James Carter and Mr. Anderson L Lr
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KM"' 'I" '" It .r >to ''' '" ''N '
JOhn-,1,&t" > p/ .YOUR, TRAVEL AGENT ?,1: SH* ,\(:

Here for a family reunion was the Hayes I r
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Mary Lou) Nixon were host and:BEST'-FRIEND '
hostess. From Chicago came Milton and Elizabeth," Many {Inexperienced traveler I
from NYC two nieces, Williams and:' net redding that .ccrlldiMd. ,
Hayes; Margaret
travel .cl. DO NOT Travel bureaui "I i ill
Evelyn Phillips; here at home are Mildred Holmes, ,i CHARGB the ,public for !tommiulotw by I
ticketing end related panic.. and 'teaimKip .
John Thomas Hayes and Jacqueline Jones. I!, fail to receive the Money co.tportatlon price are regulated b.ORDOII-
free .d."ta,.. which could by the e government and,eauM
be gained through the ... be adhered to,by all carrier,
Happy Birthday to Mrs. Ophelia Hayes of 1617 /*; of .....' ,know bow end their.. repraaentetvei.A .j

NW 67th Street who celebrated her 91st birthday on' ,' .. .;.' ,

Wednesday.Mrs. i,':"' ) "'THE'NEXT TIME YOU TAKE A TRIP..,

,;" -For Business or Vocation consultNORTH'S'
J. R. (Allene) Taylor is vacationing in '
Ashville, N. C.Congratulations. c J'" l' ,I*" RSvj .

:g:\I""I;" ," :. ,. ." ,/ ,:) )::1 :;1,,'( leNOOaOr
to the William Hannas (Monica :t'I.\ '" '' .J, "
'" I Cordon f Girt neared m
.&' Bill)' on 'their 29th"w" dding'Anniversary.. A' surprise (' 'I', 1i3/T: *'\A'"V,E..I'.')w' 'iUREA"' I I',U. ;:-l1i""M1 -S:. London, tnqland m 1769.r' '
:,< It t the bigijesl seller in England
party on Tuesday evening at the couple's 69th : America and the world
Street home was hosted by their children and spouses. I 1[ 1104: ,NW'r4"'AYBNU" PHONB, ,:tK, 9119 PRODUCT OF I IA.100NIUTRAI stints olsnulo IROM CAIN%P1001 COIOONS 1*?CIN tn.,UP..IMMM

Mrs. ,Phillip (jean) Antonio and children, Lynn, I

Terri and Raymond of Nassau are the houseguests of 4

Mrs. Marie Farrington, 570 NW 20th Street. t. ,. fhMiss BUYING A NEW CAR ? ? r

Airman Second Class Reginald Rodriquez is at

home after receiving a medical discharge on Friday. 11 rt. ,

Isabell Robertson (x-ray technician at Mt. Sinai)

vacationed in Georgia (Tifton, Albany) and Nassau. \

An expression of sympathy to these families in

their sorrow, Albury, Cambridge-Lee-Ferguson i 1

Rolle and Taylor. If'

The Finney Boys (Alton, Allen, Arnold and Aaron) SAVE

sons of Mr. and Mrs. Alton (Gloria Martin) Finney of

East Amherst, L. I. are visiting their grandparents,
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Mrs. Ida Tinman uean ana Mr. james Martin. I,
finance Your Car with Our
Sailing to Bimini, in the Bahamas for a day of Alicia Scott, 16- ,
relaxation were Mrs. Pleasant George and daughter, year-old daughter of Mr. and ,

Mavis, Alberta woods, Kathleen smith and Charles Mrs. Richard A. Scott of 2110 AUTO
LOANI"f'JfJry'ttt !
Uptegrow.Get NW 59th St., won first prizeof l
a $200 scholarship to the a

well wishes to Othello Johnson Sr., who is college of her choice in an

ill at home. oratorical contest. The affair : ," ": "ff $: .- ;_ r.
--' i ; *;:;H *nrme-' > M !TWi < }
was sponsored by the Grand <4itk: around iar. ..t., Bring"us the
feted with United pallbearers of America 'r'1.1Shop ... )you ;
Mrs. Bessie C. Johnson was a sur- r fOiJ'lh' ,i' :'t1! 'i ": "'

prise party given for her by her little daughter, Paula. Inc., July IS, in west ": "*'---.,<, ';.t. /make, ,.! ..' l:. ',," ',"or"7.Vv1:,t'c:*lr "%.':v7, ,
palm Beach, Fla. at the 4 h.
Mrs. Johnson is a member of the faculty at Douglas Tabernacle :4't f'.I"2.Jii i'"your.loanquicklp.and1Wltb"nort:
Baptist Oiurch.
; We.wUokay; fi
Elem. Mrs. Johnson and Paula are now vacationing in The topic spoken upon was /:' '.' ;* t1s'neryi' liberal : ,
poli l ",
1'ta OurJoan.- we want.
Nassau after six weeks of work and study. "Assuming My Responsibilityin ;, .,.r,.. -4 : I t/ir'.IffW"fI'}
: ,
Heri- "I ". 'to make loans. J I: : : '
Perpetuating Our ;' f "f4 \
Mrs. Marjorie Adams and little cookie nf New tage." /\" /;,,1'V ,) '-i. ;..:r .' \;*\:1'' :'r

Rochelle, New York are visiting friends and relativesfor ,. ( 'j.I: interest c n't beas:,lowos '4 ,%"jpn' a-new" a'd;

three weeks.prospective. Alicia is a senior at Miami I. rpayments'foCS' : long"as 36 months' ,-Hie' l lowesf'' ,
summer graduates at FAMU include Jackson Senior High School, 1 f w. 'also "I r l'ti'r .hi 1'.' d ljf.M
.1 i payments possible.! : make loons"on used;
Anderson, Earlene Jones, Marion Johnson, JoyceM. where she is active as a t ? '' *40. "" .*. *
James member of the Junior Miss ( .:it cars'op to 5 yeari old.i. ".;< ,.,. 'f 3s *
Rebecca McCraney, Martha McKenzie,
Joyce, Service Club, member of Allied -
Gladys Solomon, Charlie Williams Jr., Carol Harrell, Youth, National Thes-

Dolly L. Moore, Harold Bethel, Betty Hanabrooks, pian Honor Society, a member LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

Jesse D. Kineard, Willie B. Larkins and Geraldine of Pep, and in the marching
Monroe.Mr. band. After graduation, she fI] or MIAMI

plans to major in the field of First fully hiteg rated bank i* the entire Sotktsttithl + -
Samuel R. Stewart jetted to Grand Rapids, music. here lit the Etoa Fitmcial Cortrr

Michigan: where he will spend his vacation visiting 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Ph.n. 7S9-44J1
with friends.Mr. This is her second scholarship '
she has won in the BANKING HOURS
left for
and family
and Mrs. Edward Wake past year. She has an insight .. 2 Friday 9:30 am to 2
month's vacation here including Monday, Tuctoloy. W. Jersey this week after a compete again in the annual and S p/n to 8 pm. Drv! .-ln Window open Monday thru Friday 2 to S pm; Satwrdaya 9 to
a week in Nassau. oratorical contest next year.
leaves on August 1, for Mrs. Bell white is her con-
Girl scout Troop No. 724 Mombort F.d.rol Roiorvo System and Fodoral Dopotlt Iniuranco Corporation
Heritage Tour. Misses Norma ductress.
their Northeastern


6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 29. 1966 .."-" --..- --'hs.), ,ft, ,}:; ,

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year-old Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow, 21, lovely
teenage star of TV's Peyton Place quick marriagelast
week. Mia is the duaghter of Actress Maureen

O'Sullivan George Whitman Jr. who confessedthe
August 28. 1963 murder of white career girls, Janice -
Wylie and Emily Hoffert and was later cleared Percy Brown, Jr. is spending -
when another dope addict (white man) confessed the his summer working as a
in the Washington, D. C.
crime after being trapped, are freed on $5,000 bail office page of Florida congressmanDante I
for a lesser charge of attempted rape on Nurse Elba pascell. He will

Borrero. The bond was posted by R. Peter Straus, resume his studies as a ,_.
president of Radio Station WMCA of New York. Cope second year student at the 1
beat him into a confession. Freed after 28 months of University of Florida in Sep- ... '
tember. ,
injustice and false accusation Rep Adam Clayton Percy is the son of Mr. ..
Powell, criticized by the House Rules Committeefor and Mrs. Percy Brown, Sr. of
his absentees and for not appearing in person 1780 NW 87th St.

during three weeks of hearing before it to explain
bill. For much of that time Powell was in Geneva as AUN' ROCK'S PUCI FOR i

an official delegate to the Internationa Labor Organi _i
zation. JAZZflTHE ,!.:3"0'r

IRA SULLIVAN 4 :.,I.;...-'.. J_ &!''-'
MARTHA ANN PARKER In-Crowd Queen of the t.
Month, August '66. Martha was bom in Monticello, fttturingDOLPH ."
Fla., now she resides in Trenton, N. J. with her plus
mother, Mrs. Anna Parker. She likes to sew and de- LIVE-ALAN ROCK RADIO SHOW
.., sign clothes. Ambition is to be a top model. She likes 10 PM 06 AM Drift Casual
rock and roll music and her favorite song is Mighty 1 .I1II AT THE
Sam's "Sweet Dreams of You." Her sport is bowling; 'u."wnl Seville

boyfriend, Jessie Goss (NJ boxer). She is employed bya OCEAN AT 2Mt ST.MIAMI IEACH

dress manufacturing firm and is 20 years old. n "" __ ....t1s.,1 -oK.r .......'.... -- .."'. -. -

Talented Milliner Leon Bennett, who designed a modem version of the "Ke
MIAMIANS IN NEW YORKMr. ". (hat worn by members of the famed French Foreign Legion) in conjunction!wi
and Mrs. Kenneth Christian (she is the for- : Universal's soon to be released "Beau Geste," poses with Universal contract i,
mer Cathry Hopper) are visiting Miami in August.. They .. i\\ tresses Edy Williams and Melody Johnson as they model his creations.
will motor down. I met Cathy at the Oldsmobile (new
car) Showroom on Jerome Ave. in the Bronx. Residence __.l.
is 40 West 135th St. apt.,16B. Mr. Christian is a \. .. FOOD AT ITS BEST

brother of Dr. Eugene Christian of Hallandale to whom ,
they send love and regards.

Cash McCall's hit, "Oh! Will You Wake,Up," dedicated \ & Restaurant'
to Eddie Bethel and Ernestine Walker (Brownsville Lounge
lovely) Little Stevie Won der's "Blowing in The 6OO6,OO1O N. W. 22ND AVENUE
Wind" to the charming Roz Hill-a gem BarbaraMason's Mack Borkley'i Bar ariRtttaurant
dedicated the welcomes all of OWNED AND OPCMATCD PHONIBY
hit, "I Need You' to newly 3.9315
weds, Wilmore Waters and Miami's Lassie Helen Gardiner his old friends and Is looting JAMES & NEALIE YOUNGBLOOD
I wondered when Uncle Sam would get to everyday to mtet new friends. r ---

Sammy Davis and his gold mine corp._ .$300,000 in Wt can serve you with Horn Smiling Eddie Lee Pitt-
cooked food and old hickory
estimated man, popular local
back taxes are Joe Tex's "I Believe businessman -
tarbtcvt. I am surt you will Is the WHY NOT CALL HIM NOW
That I am Going to Make It" defeated to beautiful don't ten er c' the Dive-Inn new own Bar _._ __ .. ,
alai| It, U not, a '
Isabelle Ingraham. Temptations' "Ain't Too Proudto 1772 NW 79th St. Phone
bland, tall u. 91-9431. 4t'
He invite
Beg" to Claude Long Maxine Brown's "We o .
1613 NW 54* STREET his old friends to come
Can Work it Out" To David Green-Sda boys. This is 691-9448 and meet new friends.
Scoop Bethel saying, Time and tide waits on no anan.LIBCITY l:\eryone welcome/ Indf

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: Organ
., successful tour.
.f\ .tprl. I ----.. '" 1I I last week from a very'
/f m -.ctl'- p t1M0UN1 MCTIMSjrLnVT' NIGHTLY just like we told you last week, this man
mrr! ''' the
... W\J 1: 9--ri #.*: /! has made his reportation by telling you
and ..............___.. truth. Folks, believe me, you've never hear
t\\tI. Jl''r a man who speaks ,the truth like this man.
e r:;: lAMOURIZf This man has said that God has blessed
with tell anything
a knowledge to you
/: '"/\.11 :0i' I. WIGS! want to know. This man takes the second\Hall'
: : ""' Bible and show you, and let you
f .,
Hello read own problems.He is not arootmon
$69 he is not a palm reader, he is not a fortune

teller, no, no. He is just a God sent man
working through the scriptures of the( Holy

...<, ,, ', --. $10 down ,. Bible. Business bad? Been crossed bad ups,'
Ecol you feel the jinks is on you; Luck is
$5 weekIMPORTED Marriage failing; Can't hold the
YOU JUST DON'T MESS AROUND Iro I / per Or can't get the man you want. Why and

WITH A MAN LIKE HUMAN HAIR LIMITED: SUPPLY not call this God sent man and go in u
have a good talk with him. It will cost
iiKtDROIILO Free Shop At Home Service nothing to go in and see and talk with this

DALLPRIMADONNA God sent man. You can call him at;


or drive by

827 48th St.

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We are now on the last leg of our Unofficial Sepia

Mayor Contest. After today's reading, we'll find you
only have one more last vote to cast, which brings us
to the deadline of Wednesday, August 3 at 3 p.m. The
winner will be announced Friday, August 5. Here is
what it looks like coming to the wire: ..3"'r it 1

Tannie Dean 10,660 clyde Killens 2 480
Eugene Kemp 5,410 Earl : L tAt
Carroll 2.nO --- -----
Bill Wynn 4,880 Henry Arrington 2,290
Willie Lamar 2,220: _
Judge J. Johnson 4,200 ---- ..
Pat Range 3,900 Blanche Calloway 1,930 ,
Ernest Hayes 3,660 Cleveland Turner 1,860

Cab Calloway appeared at the Brownsville EOPI : : *

Center last Friday,for the folk in the poverty area, and _II

when he sang his famous "Hi-De-Hi-De-Ho," you _

could see happiness spread across the faces of young -

children who had never even heard of Hi-De-Ho. of 4 .1$
course, the older folk enjoyed it twice as much as the _1L .

children. Looking at their faces you could spot some
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of them and imagine they were thinking about the days CAB CALLOWAY LEN GLOVERIt

when the great Cab swept the nation with his Hi-De-
Ho and Minnie the Moocher that made Cab Calloway a was a real swinging show at the Brownsville photos by Bill Harris. I
EOPI center last Friday. See Dave Bondu's column- ,,.
living legend. Caroll Joyce, a beautiful blonde,

bursting with song and personality wowed the folk.

Caroll is now appearing at "My Place" on Biscayne I '{ JAZZ CONCERT AT
Blvd. at the Dade County line; same goes for three ".
wonderfulguyswho work at "My Place," the Dino De- SEVILLE SUNDAYJazz

Rose Trio which features Dino DeRose on piano, x concert slated for
pi Tommy (youth) Young on bass and Bob Smith on
Sunday, July at Jazzville
'1 drums. We must again thank the Dave Akins Trio, whoas 31
usual were "the most;" Dizzy Jones and his band in the Seville Hotel at 4 and
from the New Fiesta rocked the center and had every 7 p.m. Appearing at the, con-
body in a hand-clapping mood. Vocalist, Helen Glover cert will be the Miami,|jazz

did her part, too. Last, but not least,the big powerful All Stars featuring Ira SUlli-

soulful, Jeff Addams, who took the show at the end van, Charlie Austin and

and left everybody happy.It was a real swinging show. Dolph castellano, the Dave

The people enjoyed it, and Cab's famous sister, Akins Trio, some surprise
Blanche Calloway, did a marvelous job as Mistressof guest stars and Alan Rock-
ceremonies. WMBM disc jockey will be mas-

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Scharon Davis ter of ceremonies. Admissionwill ..
be paid at the door at a
PRETTY BOY QF-THE WEEK: Rev. E. T. Graham .- cost of..$2.00 for the general

GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Walter Green public and $1.00 for Alan'

We wonder how the majority of employers in Miami ; Rock's Jazz Club members. }
w Dress is casual-nl ties for
and Dade County expect to find qualified people to I
and slacks for .
work for the salaries they offer. I .was looking in the 4 men won r
Herald on Sunday under "female employees wanted"and '
Sister Blanche emcees. Dizzy Jones on stage.
came across an ad (there were plenty, but this 1 fy.

girl one office made me for wonder which )he where wanted the a employer"girl friday"has a one-with Our thanks to our city commissioners and govern 0 1'- ....................

knowledge of bookkeeping, office machines, typing, died, Bob High. Of course, you had better believe

pleasant phone voice,billing," and a few other things, that our able City Manager, Melvin Reese had whole : Register Now! :
lot to do with it. Metro will make the next move to
and the salary was $60 for 5'/ days a week. Then put one or two of our Negro duputies on motorcycles.

when they do take someone, who will accept this Members of the Par & Birdie Club of Miami and The books are open :
salary, they complain that they are not competent.How representatives of the Coconut Grove Golf club were S

everything competent from can answering you get the for $60 phone a week to getting, and doing the present Monday at a public night hearing to protest at Dade the construction County Auditoriumlast of a ....................

boss ice water for his carafe? Competent people will highway connective. Both clubs stood up with the

not take a job that pays so little for so much, if they people of Grapeland Heights and our City Managerto
can get a better job with better pay. The minimum protest this action that would corss Lejeune Golf Central Life Insurance Co.
course, Grapeland's library, ball park, tennis courts,
4 wage per hour is fine, for beginners, but there needsI
be something done about private businesses payinga community center, and a lot of homes in that area that Of Florida '
I could be displaced. In the first instance, those
minimum for and experienced
higher wage qualified people have worked for years, together, trying to get ANNOUNCES ITS
based on qualifications and experience.
persons these recreational facilities for their children and NEW HOSPITALIZATION \

Our City Commissioner, Mrs. Athalie Range hasa built their homes in the lovely, well-kept area. The
good point when she sez that we need'a' committeeto taxpayers in that area, paid for these things. The POLICY

talk with the man on the street and see what his taxpayers of Miami and Dade County paid for the golf Hospitalization Coverage furnished on the

feelings are about everyday problems and theproblemsof course. It does not seem reasonable to make them lose monthly or weekly premium basis.
jobs, housing, recreation, etc., in order to prevent the hard work put into their efforts and the taxpayer's
another Watts or Cleveland or Chicago)I'here, but the money to be thrown away because of a highway to ---------
committee that was appointed consisted of only a move the tourists from the airport to.the downtown area Ages Covered-six months to 65 years of

few names. This committee consists of the same over- and elsewhere. It is our belief, and theirs (Grapeland age inclusive. 1,

worked persons who serve on every board and commit- Residents) that this highway should be built on the ---------
tee that nas ever come into being in Miami. Don't you west side of Lejeune Rd. Finally the commissioners Contract Covers all hospital expenses includ-
think that it is time that there was some new blood
agreed with all who spoke,including our City Manager, ing ambulance services, daily hospital room
put into these activities, and get some new thoughtsand Melvin Reese. We think that County Manager Chuck
and miscellaneous
ideas and "help" from the level we are tryingto surgery expenses -
Hall was in agreement with the people and us from .
reach. Think about it.
the very beginning, money-wise and considering the
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Miami City Police people of Grapeland Heights That's it for this
Department has gone and done it. They are the firstin Post hospital benefits are available for a
week. Till the next'one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY
the South, that I know of, that a Negromotorcycle small extra premium.
policeman on it's squad. He is officer Bog Ingram.jiifiiiniiii GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE!

/ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" ''.! Our hospital coverage is flexible in orderto

SEPIA MAYOR CONTEST : -- meet individual family income and needs.

See our representative today in your com-

"MR. JACK" munity for additional information.

of Contestant)
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. THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July 29. 1966 9

11 Miamians Attending Urban Our Readers 'Speak* :Out \"'- r

To Be Equal .- ,-', ...""" .........
.-- ( ",' T'-
League ConventionMiami -r. r. "'T I' f. '
by Whitney M. Young Jr. \\ill l'l'pl'cM'nlt'd Miss Maxine A. Tliurs- '
at the 56th annual conference ton, Leadership" Development 'II

Executi>rector National Urban League! of the National Urban Project Director.Mr. .,. \.. ., :I, I
,' -- League July 31 August William A. Wynn, '- _TJ I

4 at the Sheraton Hotel In Agency Operations Director, ... .... ,7
& EDUCATION AND INTEGRATION Philadelphia, Pa. United Fund of Dade wII'1' .. .--

(Second of three articles) The Conference, which County.Mr. .
will attract 1100 delegates, Dan Sladden, Executive Letters to the Editor
Many people have made proposals for bringing \\111 discuss the actionthe Director, Fair Housing
Urban League will take to Agency of Dade County.
both quality and integration to our schools. This is
close the economic and cultural The delegates will hear Black Power Slogan
especially a problem for school systems in large gap which separates addresses by a number of

cities where the student population is largely non- Negro citizens from the white outstanding authorities embracing

white. Washington D. C.'s schools now have about population. the Conference
theme: "Translating Equal Diverts Attention From
90 percent Negro students while many other large Representing the Greater Rights into Equal Opportunity -
Miami Urban
League are:
cities like New York, Philadelphia, Detroit and Chi- Mrs. Louis Glabser, IVesiclent : A Program for Action"Dr.

cago have non-white majorities in their student bodies. Greater Miami Urban Robert C. Weaver, secretary -

This is due to the fact that middle-class white fami- League. of Housing and Urban Poverty, DiscriminationSir

lies have been moving to the suburbs in overwhelming Board Mrs. Maude K. Reid, Bundy Development, president;of McGeorge the Ford
Directors,and, President
numbers. National Council of Foundation; James A. LI- : arc things, in our American

The main problems facing the school system is to Urban League Guilds. nen, president of Time Inc.; T Willard Fair, executive system, which bring power
Mr. Lindsley F. Kimball and director of the' Greater to both black and white citizens -
M. William Smith,
upgrade city schools and make them so much better Board of Directors. Whitney M. Young,Jr.,president Miami Urban League feels and dignity and prideto

than suburban schools that people will want to returnto Miss Betty Huth Moss, and executive director that the controversy over the all.

the dties "for the kid's sake". One way that has Board of Directors and President respectively, of the National term "black power" Is diverting "Rather than becoming
concerned with
Urban head the list
League, attention from the vague
Urban Guild.
been suggested to gain both integrati and qualify is Mrs. Virginia League Smith, Urban of speakers.The real problems poverty and phrases, the League hopesthe

to build "educational parks," campus-like develop- League Guild. National Urban discrimination.Fair Miami community will

ment which would include schools for all grades Mrs. Willie K, Williams, League, which has 76 states, "I strongly become more involved in
brandies in 30 states and reject all appeals to black massive efforts to eliminatethe
Vice President
through Junior college and have a student populationof Urban the District of Columbia, is nationalism or reverse ra- poverty and the discri-
League Guild, and Adult Advisor -
up to 20,000 in some cities. Urban League Youth a professional interracial so- cism. Since the Meredith mination which make
cial work agency created to March, the nation has had slogans appealing for so
These parks would be better able to utilize ex- Community.Miss .
Veronica Anderson, bccure' for Negroes equal opportunities its attention focused by the many who are imprisoned
pensive equipment like computers and teaching tools President, Urban League in employment, media on the slogan "blackpo In the ghettos of the Negro ,.

which would be too expensive for separate schools to Yourth Community.Mr. education, housing, health \\er," and the meaningful Central District, Liberty City,
and welfare and other areas Coconut Grove, Perrine,
own. Pooled gym and lab facilities would also be T. W. Fair, Executive debate ways to bring
of life. Goulds and
Director urban about equal opportunity and Brownsville.
better than any one school could have. The major equal rights has been diverted The League will not preoccupy

attraction of an educational park is that the student Into debate over itself with discreditingor

would be drawn from wide real- slogans. I deplore this preoccupation defending vague slogansor
a area, representing a Rehabilitation
Alcoholic Merges with division and organizations which in-
istic cross section of the population thus avoiding the the consequent shift away vent them. Until the terrible

segregation of the neighborhood school which reflects from discussion of the real conditions of life which bur
With Vocational ProgramThe problems of povertyanddis- den the Negro poor are
housing patterns. crimination.The solved, there will be no end

Bussing children from one neighborhood to an- City of Miami worked with schools and Urban League docs to phrases appealing to the

Alcoholic Ifehaliilitation hospitals in the past, but not intend to Invent slogans, emotions.
other is a concept which has aroused a lot of controversy The Urban League is dedicated -
'ourt Program, the largestin ;Miami is the first to be however appealing they may
but it may be feasible in some areas. Other the nation, is the first toTe helped through the Court be to the press. What we will to an interracial approach -

schools have been paired successfully- is the i merged with the Vocational Program. continue to do through our to solving the pro-
medi- unique structure is expandand blems faced by Miami. We
Rehabilitation Pro- With these funds,
districts have been merged and children from both dis- are equally dedicated to the
gram; this includes federal cal, psychiatric,joo training, develop positive pro
tricts attend one school for trades 1-3; the other funds in the amount of counseling, and maintenance grams of action which bring expansion of the services andprograms

school for grades 4-6. )OOOO a year, which will will be evaluated for the jobs to the unemployed, such as our local _
office housing to the dispossessed wart on poverty, which has
be handled b the state. This 'The Miami
New school buildings hould be located in fringe agreement between) the City holds national awards from education to" the deprived, helped hundreds of people

areas rather than in the middle of solid ethnic, of Miami and the Federal judges and a treatment and necessary voter educa- find jobs and get the train
disenfranchised.In ing, and counseling they
tion to the
award from the state.A
areas, and there is a definite need for pupil ex- Program was signed on the final analysis, theses need."
full time Vocational Rehabilitation t
Monday, July 25th, in the
penditures to be rather in slum schools than in more the Counselor and
(Commission, Hoom; A
favored areas. These schools should also have the program goes into effect a full time secretary will be
September 1st. hired by Vocational Rehabilitation County for all of us to read I
the most experienced rather than the least experienced Bill McBride
The Federal Program has Office. and re-read.
teachers. Perhaps more thought should be given to City Editor I hope that you will con- r
The Miami Times tjnue to challenge our leaders
sharing certain class activities with children from so that they will become concerned -

nearby parochial or private schools. This may raise Dear BiU' about the future of our

some legal complications but it might be a reasonableway i1 Call It was very rewarding to people. .
read your editorial in last
for both sets of childreh to from the isolation I
escape week's paper concerning the Our businesses can and "

of segregated education. r CHARLESROGERS down-fall of Negro Businessmust progress to a point of

Education have also come up with challengingnew es in Miami. success-success in-terms ofI
r too, have recognized that providing employment for our
developments in teaching like team teaching,
there is a need for our busi- people.
language labs, and computerized teaching and the I men to take a look at the

growth in technology will have its influence, in up- AT PL 1-7502 impact they have in the comKeep up the good work.

grading the schools. munlty. Very truly yours,
article should be Webb '
The Roscoe
Basically perhaps, the problem is Qulaity '
For A Good Buy on placed in every library and on Regional Director dr.
costs-in anything. And education is big business. Migrant ProgramHERE'S ;,
every available comer in Dade
There are in this country 123,000 schools with 55
A Piano Organ
million students taught by 2.4 million teachers at a ,

yearly cost of $39 billion. Like any other expanding PROOF YOU'LLLIKE

business, the education undustry needs more funds- Scott Stereoor Carver OUR PRINTING: I
from the taxpayers. If our children are to be educated

for tomorrow's world, we will have tp pay for it today.A Orchestra Ranches I I;
Job Price !
Quality ; Budget
logical outcome of the crucial need for funds r

is organization of school systems on a metropolitan Instruments, News No Job Too large or Small' ;ni;

regional basis, so that poorer cities can join with the
more privileged suburbs to provide quality educationfor By Walt. Bowe Deadlines Met on Time ;:
all. This shared tax base and pooling of servicesis The South Broward VFW Guaranteed! .1
Satisfaction (
important and fair. The suburbs have been able to Post No. 8195 will hold its .-

attract so many residents from central cities becausethe regular meeting on the first and. our customers come back! /'

government has spent billions on roads since the a Sunday in August. No meet- ,

war while slighting the central cities. The disparityin ing Folia will be Boyd held, this Scommander.; Miami I Times "

public services must be made up and a regional Charles Hart, adjutant.

base will be needed to secure the funds. The national %l eVICTOR Senior vice-commander of FOR All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS -

conference of mayors met last month and made a simi- VFW Post 8195 Ralph Sey-
lar proposal. mour, has been in the Veterans
Hospital in Coral Gables abouta
Next week I will discuss the people who teach,
week. A\\ comrades, please START WORK TODAY!!
study in, and administer, our schools. visit him. A Public Seivlee 0..,

20 Y.ars
The Carver Ranches
"""" will Live In Maids
Volunteer Firemen
r .
r Cook Bus Boys
sponsor a Cotton Dress, Ball Dlthwoiher Porter,*
Saturday night, July 30 at the Co Station Driver

b OUR CLASSIFIED ADStRINGdzRESULTS PIANOS & ORGANSCorner Big Bamboo in Hallandale. Hotel & Home Mold t
Music by Pharoah and the W. Appreciate Your

". L':"1 NW 54th St. &NW 3rd Ave. PL 1.7503 Cools. Donation $1.25. Buine ....

S M Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd.Mini! FR 7.0401 The Carver Ranches ChamA.I '- N

.. In Broward Call JA 2.5131 or visit ber of Commerce meets every in fR 94382

1103 East Los Olos Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale JA 5-3716 Monday night at its building +'s"-desrYl N.E.S/1t Street
on 44th Ave. and 21st St.


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MIAMI 11 MES"F' ay, July 29, 6 I to



I Nrn,' s pet ;e tIn

I Negro Business HereIn

.r,5. ( Sad State

0\'r/l (PART III


To assist businesses that are being relocated by

s' Urban Renewal and or the Expressway ,Program in
locating sites that are best for their kind of business.
World VicePresident
(One community of four blocks has nine grocery stores.)

If a business is to succeed, it must be located whereit
is needed. To assist in strengthening the different of

types of businesses that have organized in developing

successful business and attitudes. All the and training to
ways ( keeping with its objective of providingmanagerial assistance SDA HereSaturday
I membership of the organization putting their buying free course in
conducting a
those who need and request it, the SBDC is presently
power together and buying from or taking bids basic merchandising.

one wholesaler, thereby obtaining their items cheaper, With an enrollment of 24 persons, classes are held on Mondays and Wednesdays -

enabling them to sell cheaper to the public.) The mer- at Northwestern Senior High School. George Kilpatrick, successful grocery

ging of several of the individual businesses into a store owner, is instructor. Photo by Bill Harris. Elder Frank L. Bland,
corporation creating a big business type conceptwhichwould newly elected vice presidentof

increase their sales and service to the public'Pl 4'I the World Conference of

( nt nursery, yard man, lawn mower repairman could Seventh-day\dventists will be
guest speaker at the Bethany
easily form a corporation wherein they could expandthe Seventh-day Adventist Church
to include the if'
Saturday at 11 a.m.
selling of fertilizer, sod, T, ,
pesticides, garden and .
Elder Bland was elected
yard tools, mowers and
general vice
president of the
hose pipes. All of these
World Conferenc of
services could be developedinto Seventh-
day AdventIsts at their World
a law and garden center k
a big business complex.) Conference session held in
According to Earl Glen, Detroit, Michigan in June. He
SBDC managerial coordinator ta the second Negro to hold

managerial assistanceis .. the post of vice president of
available to each business L,;' '3 'the Seventh-day Adventist
that needs and asks for -44
it. This training can range ', .. 1'M4' Church.

from formal education to a Kt .
personal counseling rela- EARL GLEN .. ). p'' Before his election as
tionship. vice president, Elder Bland
I i"r was regional secretary of the

1 1962. From 1948-59, he was
To assist in restoring to the Negro the pride and
Sampling a piece of cake between games is Kenneth Fowler of Trinidad. Chades president of the Central
dignity that he once had as a skilled craftsman and Conference, headquarters
Ponson, of Curacao, picks up the goodwill spirit of the tournament by helping Fowler States
merchant. This will be done, hopefully, by placing in Kansas City Missouri,
to "have his cake and eat it too." Miami-Metro Photo.
i ,
qualified persons in any and all of the types of businesses and from 1959-62 he was

operated by non-Negroes. To remove the stilt \ resident of the South Central

ma of "Negro Business" from a business and replaceit 'Building Enduring theme'As 'Conference, headquarters at
with "First Class" business owned and operatedby Society' Nashville, Tern.

any person of color.
To assist in developing within the various
Frontiers St. LouisThe While in Miami,Elder Bland
communities their natural resourses, i.e., the natural Converge on will be the guest. of Elder R. L

"Miracle Mile" beauty of NW 15th Ave. between 62nd Woodfork, pastor of the
and 71st Streets. The great underdeveloped tourist 30th Anniversary "Building An Enduring International converge St. Bethany Seventh-day Adven-
Meeting-to be presided will l II the Louis' Gateway; Hotel-form-
over Society" e theme
appeal of Coconut Grove and the heavily traveled and tist Church: 2500 NW 50th St.
l iy Marcus Neustadter, Jr., when more than 400 mem- eily the Statler Hilton-July.
accessible 27th Ave. and 46th Street area. The vast untapped of New Orleans-will place bers and guests of Frontiers 26-30.
areas of South Dade where new businesses are considerable emphasis on
beginning to appear on US No. 1 in Goulds, and where, Civil Hights, both asregardsthe
hopefully, an (SBDC) applicant will open her ladies role of the International
apparel shop in the Perrine Shopping Center. To remove Body and the more than ,, y wgXl'M1 ( iIIG'f 31 NlS.: =..e,.
forever, the idea that Negroes will not 'support 75 local clubs across the
Negro owned and operated businesses. People look country and in British Gui-

for bargains good buys. Hopefully, the Negro will be ana.
... Featured on the program '2 a khS = Y, Y vZ R .w' )rI$ {:(i.J .
able to offer the same quality at the same price, and Luncheon ka k\1
are Speaker(July
even more inportant, will use some of that charm and ? <
2S)4*.L. l' attis, former vice
poise so often used in dealing with others his
on own.
To assist in bringing together all of the d i f- BURGH COURIER, one of
ferent types of business organizations in one parent the leading national Negro Campus South Campus
unit in order that the small merchant of our community newspapers; and Banquet 11380 N.W. 27th Ave. 7401 S.W. 120th St.
might unify, organize, develop strength, and Speaker (July 29) A. Leon Miami, Fla. 33167 Miami, Fla. 33156
have a voice to such agencies as Urban Renewal, the 1 IligginUotham, Jr., of Philadelphia Phone: 68.5-4441 Phones 238-4774

highway program, zoning board, city and county plan youthful and dynamic All ifudentt entering M-OJC for She fint lime MUST male application for odmiiiion prior to regiVrotion. Mil
United States District should b. done IMMEDIATELY In order to complete required pre-regii trafion procedure and receive eflll'rll'
ning boards and all other the
agencies affecting small Court Judge. ion appointment ftegiitrafion It by appointment only! This appliei to all rv/l-tfm/ and port-time itut'tnti
merchant. To assist in developing manufacturing con enrolling/ for daytime evening credit courses at either campul
cerns owned by Negroes, and to assist these con Other key participants in
cerns in the procurement of government bids for the addition to delegates and officers Miami-Dade is Open to ALL High School Graduates and Adults.
manufacturing of any of the tens of thousands items include Randall Tyus, Accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
purchased by the various governmental agencies. To Special Assistant, Small
assist the seamstresses and tailors in entering the Business Administration; Complete Range of .

garment industry.It and Anthony Rachal, Special COLLEGE TRANSFER PROGRAMS
is the dream of the Local Small Business Development Assistant, Equal Em TECHNICAL, VOCATIONAL AND SEMI-PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
Center that the day is not far away when ployment Opportunity, both Full-Time Students $100 Part-Time Students $10 per Credit Hour
people of color will own and operate successful busi- from Washington, D.C.
nesses in each and every shopping district in Dade The agenda lists a num-

County.Next ber of outstanding social FAll TERM CALENDAR
week: SBDC Accomplishments and Eligibility events, for Frontiers, the I
Requirements.) Women's Auxiliary, teen- I North Campus, Beach Center South Campus
agers and youngsters aged I Term: Aug. 26 Dec. 21 Term Sept. 19 Jan. 12
14 and under. Registration: Aug. 23, 24,25 Registration Sept. 16, 17
Clarence A. Docken.s, Classes Begin 26 19
: Aug. Classes
(Commissioner of Records, Begin: Sept.

Convention Chairman. Dr. limited number of freihmon-level credit, courses will be offered at Miami Beach Center, 1 14)0)
R. Jerome Williams, M.D., Drexel Ave.,evening only. Apply and register at North Camput. '

1 is local General Chairman,
Mrs. Katherine Dockens, Early Application Prevents Registration Delays
wife of the former, Is President -
of the Women's Auxi Assures Wider Selection of Classes and Schedules
/ 1IU1' '. Come fn . Call. . Write
.an rDU + )
The only predominantlyNegro The Campus of Your Choice NOW
'service organization Or Apply Directly to:

in the country was founded ,;;"'t' .H: .' 1 "\ R 'A "M. .",(.-. '<-:' />' ., ." .'. 'jo''t' / ><<" <<..,., ,)', ..< '
in 1936 by Nimrod Allen, .All-. .7,Coale9a, '. AdmisslrinkO: ffltop. .' 11.1 23 S trH. .i) 5 t'ot lttCamp'
..... of Columbus Ohio. President jrir ',< >'; w. ::>&.-_ ,.Y,v,'

;: THROUGH 8KKVICK" ( '*, .. .... ,.
6750 NW ISlh AVKNUB .loIrcolll Jolllfrltr, Manager I; Is the motto of this i; <:. ( j':!' fM/ ''" : .
body of business and ''$ ..' .} .:,':, S.4441
leaders. professional '$1380N.W.e27th.. .Ave.,.. : ti:1J; (.3i1th ;Y. << .t0; A1.6 a ;J nc:t; .


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 29, 1966 11


Norman Jones Golden Age Club of
James E. Scott Community
YEAR OF THE ELEPHANT? Association invites you to
come and see the exhibits,
witness the
program and refresh -
If the Republican Party fails to elect a Governorof _
yourself at the punch
Florida in Novemebr 1966, it will not be the fault bowl this Friday, July 29, CITY

of the people or the Democratic Party in Florida, but from 4 to 6 p.m. at 4901 NW

rather the characteristic ineptness and bumbling of 7th Ave. This, event is the

the Republican Party and the Republican candidate. culmination of the Summer N'0 R 6

Never has the Republicans had so much going'for Program. RL p LARGEST suPiSs SZO

them in the state since the Reconstruction Era;
what with the exhaustive campaign in the Democratic M! hh MtAN

primaries in 1964 and 1966 with each of the candidates SOUTH a,, ApENUE AT 58th S .
YMOW CuNa u.:
evidences of the QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 5 I" 99ti
positively citing other candidates DADE NEWS "- PEACHES:
inexperience insincerity, dishonesty and forthright

incapability ot holding the ottice ot governor; surely ............. .. .....
some of these charges as leveled against the Democratic Sunday, July 24,was a high :
candidates by members of their own party will day for the Robinsons, : / :

be believed by enough people to make them skittish Joyner's family reunion heldat i -. prxp, MEEK

about voting for the Democratic candidates, whom- Mathews recreational center, 15 ..

ever he might be. Plus the overwhelming repudiationof Perrine. Among those charteredbus attending : SLICED CHUNKS CRUSHED :
was a Trailway 1201O
the Democratic governor they selected in 1944, in- : :
load from st. Petersburg : cNOicc 5 cANr 99 6 NO lIT
dicating they made a big mistake two years previously.In and Tampa.Including: Mr. Earl ..: .: Rtlt.LINVy .

previous years, when, even the very few times there Williams and family, Mrs. .
: IAlrun I
J, candidate he Alle e Robinson and family, I I 4 I. 99 :
was a Republican was of such little : PEARS ""I :
Mrs. Arnie Lovett, Mrs. .
I the voter had no choice. However with w
stature, a can-
1( I Ile Clemmie Robinson and family, rG IT'lLr
didate of some stature for the first time in the personof all of Tampa.Mr. L DEN 8 9

Claude Kirk Jr. the voters do have a choice this Rufus and Mr. Reuben CORN E

lYh year and many will vote their first time for a Republican Robinson (twins) and their pole_TN/1u Jul.T. 6 1f 3:: 9ge i
candidate for governor. families, Mrs. Pearlie Mae

Many Southerners of both races are so completely Wilson and family, Mrs. Cora ....................
Robinson and family, all of st.
'd wedded to the Democratic Party that they actually Petersburg.Mr. .

he h. believe they cannot vote for Republican candidates in George Robinson, New tI

ld the November General Elections. This frightening York City. I PEAR-APRICOT-PlACH #;

in custom built on coercion habits, tradition and ignorance Mr.Owens,George,Thomas NECTAR .

Ie of their rights has been exploited to the hilt by Joyner and their families of 13 OZ. CANS
Goulds, Fla. Mrs. Mary 6 ro.9 9iOR
Democratic candidates! for so long and so viciously,
Holmes and family,Opa-locka. l
that it is not of the fitness
a question or qualificationof Mr. Roy Robinson and

31 a candidate-just running on the Democratic ticket. fannly, Mrs. Ola Mae Merrell C /
was enogh. and family of Perrine, Mrs. 1 LC I iJi '
Merrell's granddaughter of .
Long Beach, Calif. Mr. Thomas
i9.d Robinson of Piscataway, I
: Ir \ J
.de Iijrr; New Jersey.

e Mrs.Mary perry of treads,
IS Fla. Mr. S. Brown and family,
JIr. the pope family, Wrights, KRAFT
. Millers, Other Browns, :
Perrys and many,many others. I I I
i. Dinner was served from r
IS tables in the yard, which was. 1 1Llsrs
11 delicious and plentiful.
It Everyone had a most enjoyable aTEwED
r day and will rememberit ,KRAFT TOMATOES fA431
for a long, long time. Last 'yO Se 1{O701 CANL I
year's reunion was held in
IdI. Tampa. Even' with a reunion 5 '01l99IE
,P every year some were there who
10II 1 had been away for a numberof
t. years one forty years. 1.00 VALa GILLTT[ ) HUUH 'IUU" IU'" II!] L7. VAL.
1 OL 3 1'01I ,)
East Coast 1./[VAL 1.1 VAL UnD COLONf

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Unclaimed Pants for Sole I ASTIC UMTS.231 I

and RemodelingFAST ADAPTER. KITS, I
Alterations d9C MI ''-CA -COVIII P" 49

Sharon Hepburn, a Senior Program Aide from Ill NW62 ST.
Troop 503, starts a luncheon fire with Cheryl Thompson X11111 ''" ''i11111111;
Troop 645, and Kathy Hannon, a Brownie Girl A cuff PL while 8-3901 you wait lj, 1 :.' .. ...

Scout in Troop 116 last year and now about to fly up ,Anytime"

to a Junior troop.

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 29, 1966


The family of the late Mrs.' Mella Jane Albury of

sad but loving memoryof ORMOND OARFIELD 1720 NW 73rd St. died July

I CARDS f E ORIALS DEATHS our dear mother and wife SAMPSON Lincoln She was Memorial a resident Nursing of the

: takes this method of expressing Home in Goulds. She is .survived -

._.- heartfelt thanks and by a son Orlando; one

appreciation to the many brother, Richard Higgs;
l CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn friends for cards, letters, seven nieces, including Helen
sad but loving of the late and Edith Bethel;
The family of the later memoryour family floral pieces and other acts of Johnson
dear sister, several grandchildren; many
sympathy shown during
"--- other
-- great-grandchildren;
/ bereavement. Special thanksto relatives and friends. Ser-

the pastor, Rev. I. C. vices were held on Tuesday

Mickins and members of Mt. July 26 in the chapeL

Olivette Baptist Church, and
sI Harry Maxwell of 3082 NW

.r't the Steven's Funeral Home of 51st St. died July 23. Mr.

Hallandale. Maxwell was a World War I

I veteran. Survivors are a son,
The Family
d Mitchell; a daughter Mrs.
._ :
Ella Mae Huyler; two grandchildren -

+ 3 1 MRS. ALBERTHA WALDENwho IN MEMORIAMIn ; other relatives and
9 S"t departed this life July
x will held
t friends. Services be
31 and was laid to rest Au- loving memory of
Friday, July 29 at 1 p.m. i in
gust 6, 1962.
the chapel.
A We love you, but God loves

you best. Gone, but not for- Mrs. Allie Mae Miller of

forgotten. 7762 NW 15th Ave was deadon
i j. ...; arrival Jackson Memorial
RUTH MERRITTwho James Walden, Sr., husband .'
departed this life July 6 MRS. ESTELLE M. RHODESwho James Jr. & Andrew Walden (! Hospital July 19. She is survived -

and was laid to rest July 12, departed this life July sons 'iA t by her husband, George;

takes this method of expres 29.. 1961. Mrs.Martha Davis, mother four daughters Georgia Mae,
sing their deep and sincere We miss you so very much ------ Mrs. Betty Raines, sister Martha, Arthur Lee and

appreciation to the many and will never be the same CHARLES ALFRED BLADES Albert Davis, father !' Dorothy Miller; two sons,

friends for cards, telegrams, without you. who passed Jul y 3,1966 wishto Herbert Raines, nephew David and Freddy; a brother.

floral tributes, telephone Until we meet again. thank the many friendsfor Willie Johnson; other relatives -

calls, and other deeds of kind- Mary Avan Mitchell, sister kind words of sympathy ..'.I..t. ...' and friends. Final rites
ness shown durint itshour of FOur brothers, two children cards, letters, telegrams and IN MEMORIAMIn ...,..:, 1': and burial were held in Way-
flowers.We .
bereavement. cross, Ga.
Four grands, a step 0'
Special thanks to the Rev.C. also wish to thank loving memoryof our ",: .._I'w

J. Burney and the member- Francis Funeral Home for dear wife, mother daughter Mrs. Corine Turner of

ship of New Providence their fine service rendered. and sister .. .. 501 NW 4th Ave. Apt.' 321
Thanks also to Rev. I. C. -- --- died July 22. She is survived
Baptist Church and to Rev. IN MEMORIAMIn
Mack and the membership of Mickins and Rev. H. V. Stuart. by five sons, Willie C. Mc-

New Macedonia Baptist Churchof loving memory of my MR. EDWARD DANIELS cray, M. C. Homraer Lee,

Carver Ranches,the medical husband and our father Wife, Gertrude Blades who left us on July 31, 1965. Albert Lee and W, C. Turner;

staff of Jackson Memorial Daughters: Almetha, Mary, Wait on the Lord; be of good five daughters, Nettle Ree

Hospital and the very effi- Shirley and Charline.Son z courage and he shall strengthen Williams, Emma Lee Turner,

cient staff of the Range Charles Blades, Jr. thine heart: Wait, I say, Vada Mae, Phyllis, and Cora
Funeral Home. I Mother, Louise Blades on the Lord.
Lee McCray; a father, Tom
Again, we say thanks and Sisters: Lucile Clark and Left to mourn; Jackson; other relatives and

may God bless all of you. I Mary BladesMotherinlaw Mrs. Zillie Oakley, sister friends. Services were held on
Mrs. Ella Hobbs, sister
Minnie Brown, sister : Mrs. Lenora Wednesday in the chapel.Mrs. .
Johnson four nieces, one nephew,
Jesse Stubbs, brother
ten great nieces, five great
And Family yare t aa
.fie 4tis nephews four aunts, three
4 OUR MOST GRATEFUL uncles and a host of friends. Pearl Witherspoon of

t1. W APPRECIATION 1 1306 NW 61st St. Apt. 5 died

I 9Y A July 23rd.' She was employedby
IN MEMORIAM : We, the family of the'late
r;;; Stetson University in De-
In loving memory our is survived
SKIN land, Fla. She by
who this life here on DISEASES
dear mother departed
her husband Joseph; six sons,
earth, July 26 1965
zA y'V Leroy, Earl, Lester, Ervin,
j 1LPJETHRO One year has passed A new approach to treatment -
u 'mother, since God has called and medication and Joseph Jr; three

you home, to be with him in daughters Verdell Copeland,
heaven around the snow-white based on specialized Almanese Riggs, and Eliza-

throne. blood and !laboratory beth Snail; a mother Mary

We miss you, Oh, we miss teii*. Ala general prac- Roland; a sister, Cora Lee

,_ ___ ...."...." .. you. How could we help but tice. Smalley a brother, Lorenza
Roland twelve grandchildren
; ;
cry? But if we live as you
x OLIVER BURGER lived, we'll meet you again by DR. H. HAAG eleven great-grand children;
other relatives and friends.
who passed July 30, 1962. and buy. PL 7-7234 Final rites and burial 'were

His life is a beautiful me- I 11 Sadly missed by: held in Deland, Fla.

mory Your husband, children,
., ,'
'V''\ 1 mother and sister and
His absence a silent grief. !o.. ( : father
ipf He sleeps in God's lovely :, ., family.
garden 'FBt.\ *

In sunshine and

Sadly peace.missed by: departed this MACKEYwho life July IN MEMORIAMIn
3001 NW 46th STREET
NE 44197E.
Mabel Burger, loving wife 17, 1966 while swimming on memory of our dear be-

One sister Willie M.Arlene, Hollywood Beach and was loved_._sister_.._, ._- "................-.....-
Children: laid to his final earthly rest- JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199

MRS. GENEVA PAYNE James Burger, son ing place July 24, 1966, take
this method of expressing our I
who departed this life July Willie Mae Cooper, dght.
.most grateful appreciation to
28. 1963. Beatrice Barnes, daughter
the many friends for their
We loved you, but God 3 sons-in-law and grandchildren tributes of upliftment and

loved you best. Gone and their many expressions of }

sadly missed, but will never The Family such thoughtful deeds which ,r .'.., <.'''',

be forgotten. gave us needed strengthito # <"<,1.''
help us in these hours of r "'"
The Family ",* .,, ';jo1 '
sorrow. { ; \ .E
CARD OF THANKSThe May the Savior who knows, I .; : \1'.t.:;" .,

"We are our brother's keeper" "' < "
IN MEMORIAMIn of the late <>+!'!
r\ '
continue his blessings '
upon / ; .
loving memory of our JOHN W. BASS you and yours. we mention i. /1"
husband and fatherNATHANIEL with the same sincerity of .
m...__ who departed this life June 11.
gratefulness to all: the Rev. 'i'
27, 1966, and remains were W. C. Edcar and membershipof FLORIDA B. PEDICANwho f -..;.; THOUGHTFUL,

shipped to Eastman, Ga., for -,. .....
St. Ruth Baptist Church, departed this life July BEAUTIFUL
final burial on July 3, wish to Dania; the Elder James An- 29, 1954. 'I

express our sincere thanks derson of Church of God in We pray the Lord arise, '; Our ability and desire
and appreciation for the dona- Christ, First Baptist of Opa- And come in Thy great might; ;. ; toI.s
cards of condolences, locka carry out your wishes together .
tions, Rev. W. J. Macon, Reviving our longing eyes I ,
telegrams, flowers and all pastorRev.; Milton Fays o n, Which lanquish for Thy sight. : : J with our experience,

other acts of kindness ex- pastor and Rev. Willie Young O'er heathen lands afar ..
mean a service that is
tended us during our hours o f of Mt. Zion AME Church, e
Thick broodeth yet; (
bereavement. Special thanksto Opa-locka; the Nathan Young Arise 0 Morning Star '_ conducted with beauty and

Rev. Sims and members of Elementary School, Opa-locka; Arise, and never set. 7 understanding-to comfort.
New Hope Baptist Church.
Donald E. Parker American May her soul rest ia peace .:
and membersof '
Also the pastor Legion Post 209, Dania, Fla. and may light perpetual '+,
st. Mark Baptist Church of The staff of Benton funeral shine upon her. )..."" : ,
Eastman, Ga., and all our \;: "My Father in Heaven, help
and home Ft. Lauderdale Fla., ,
many friends of Miami '
me never to forget Thy love
... ,, .. .. whose excellent service ex- IN MEMORIAMIn .
-- it
-- Eastman. We pray looks up to me in the
tended beyond the call of (
ROLLE blessing upon each of you. sad and loving memoryof I. 1 beauty of the flower ,"
duty.Again,our sincere thanks "... \
who passed away August l, our dear husband and father John Henry Jowett
and appreciation to all who
1964.: helped to ease our sorrow' JOSEPH EVANS Oscar L.

May his soul rest in peace. Mrs. Annie Lee Roberts, during our loss. who died July 8, 1963. Gone, Range

sister Eternally Grateful but not forgotten. Air.Funeral
( Home
And ,
The Family The Family The Family

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, J'u' ,' 29, 1966 1'1

Reginald Burrows, pioneer Mrs. Annie D. Bailey, T:
Lmien who resided at 1955 536 NW 23rd St., died July / ,
L 2nd Ct., was funeralized 19. Funeral services were
turday, July 23 from the conducted 11 a.m. Thursdayat
lurch of God, Elder Leo- Allen Chapel AME Church
Lrd Josey, pastor. A native with Rev. S. D. Wright, offi-
the Bahamas his survivors ciating. The
remains were in w' r
L e his widow, Violet; a repose in the new chapel of rI

ther John Burroughs ; Francis funeral home, 4900 :
veraf and 9
nieces nephews
NW 2nd
Mesdames Mary Ave., Wednesday af-
eluding ternoon until funeral time. :
and Lillie Mae Hart of
nce Survivors are a husband, John;
(ami and Mrs. Edith Holman four sisters, Mrs. Minnie Hill,
Bronx, N.Y. Oswald and Mrs. Ida McKay; Mrs. Ada D. i :
pn Burroughs, Jr. Mr. Bur- '
Jws expired July 14. Alice Montgomery; I
two brothers-in-law; eight
Mrs. Minnie Williams, step children; and a host of
other relatives and
friends. ,
55 SW 64th Terr., South .a ,S
; P .w y r M1l
'ami, died July 26. Arrange- K.r
Alexander Morris of 1350-A
ents are incomplete. NW 4th
Ave. died July 25.
Funeral services will be held
Mrs. Sarah Moss, 6289 Saturday in the new chapel of I
V 60th Ave., South Miami, Francis Funeral Home, 4900
led July 19. Her husband pearlogan NW 2nd Ave. He leaves to Jl +' ,
pheth Moss; Mrs. '
and Mrs. Juanita mourn a daughter, Mrs. Es- j t,4. .
telle Sawyer; two sons, Arthur
pusholm of L. A.* Calif. ,
and Ronald; seven grand-
ie son, Arthur Logan; four children; three great-grand
sters and two brothers In- children; other relatives and ttT ,
uding Richard Campbell of friends.

pa-locka, survive. Services
ere held Monday at the Sammy C. Richardson of -* Rr-. w.M"r ;,,.' :...%:a ..
hutch of God in Christ in 330-O NW 14th St., died July

uth Miami, Elder Ivory 22. Arrangements are Incomplete
(ficiated. at this time. He

leaves to mourn his father,
Mrs. Elizabeth pace died Jerry Richardson; two brothers,
Iy 17 in Chicago, 111., while Bapty and Saul; one sister, \
i siting a daughter, Mrs. Idaae Mrs. Jacqueline Moore, other {
Kates. She is also sur- relatives and friends. {

[ived by her husband, Frank;
ie other daughter, Mrs.
Lucinda Copeland: six sons. Would You Believe This Is Miami?

[ider Samuel, Minister George, Thomas and Albert; I

seph, Willie Frank Jr., Earlie Mae and Hannah,
Would You Believe This Is Coconut Grove?
[immie and Stephenson; four daughters; one sister, Mrs.
Esters, four brothers; other Pearl Mason and two brothers.
latives. Services were held Services were held in the The above picture illustrates Service of Dade County, Inc., the eomnnmity will meet \\ith For further information
aturday from Faith Temple chapel Wednesday the limited recreational think so. a trained parent educator regarding project Enable,
hurch of Christ. Local ad- 2 p.m. facilities afforded negro children Beginning July :26, the from family service tohelp please call m)6-) i 17 oi'
ess of the family is 1153W in the Coconut Grove League and Family Service and be helped In solving ()!U6-5718( between the hours I
| 47th Terrace.Anderson Leonard C. Powell, hus- Community. This type of limited implemented project "En- family problems as \\ell as of 0 AJ\1l1l1d 5 P.M. Monday -
band of Mrs. Willie Powell, social and recreational able" in the Coconut Grove community problems through Fiiday.ztDugies .
Banks died outlet can play a very sig- area.
1907 NWd 1861' NW 47th Terr. July
nificant role in the behavior
Ct., auto accident victim 25. Other survivors include Project "Enablc" (Educa-
of the above pictured chil
11 Highway 27 July 17 was Officer tion and Neighborhood Ac
son, Gaddy Rawls;
dren. Such limited resources
Guest HousesThe
lent to Frisco City, Ala. for three brothers, Columbus, often manifest hostility towards tion for Better Living En-
nal rites and burial. Sur- Dewey and Joe Henry; as the whitepcwer-struo vironment) will offer the
ivors are wife, Earlie; three well as other relatives. Services lure, but because the manifestoes parents in the Coconut Grove house of unusual rooms

Children, parents, five sistersd Saturday 2 p.m. at are products of a segregated area an opportunity to be "Kop u* In mind"A
seven brothers. Greater Bethel AME Church heard as they give expressionto .
society it is usually A \). place, w. chalUng you to find
Angenette fliptr'6t, yOOng' Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor. displaced }n a socially un fears- \sorries resent- Seeing U hollowing s ; (\
desirable manner, i 1.e., steal ments, confusions, desires Th. accommodations you rocolve iY.u
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plumber Marie King, 3 Ing or destroying the two and hopes about the need find only, lit this brother
iptrot of 2100 Ali Baba Ave., month old daughter of Mr. and balls in the picture; destruc- for better recreational outlets t-
for their childiea OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
Dpa-locka died
July 20. Mrs. John King of 337 NW tion of the tables and benches -
raveside services at Ever- 48th St. died July 22 Arrange- etc. On Tuesday nights at 2941 N.W. 41TH STREET 634-3851
teen Cemetery were con- The question must ask 8 p.m. at the greater St.
ments are incomplete.
fueled Monday. ourselves is, can this be prevented Paul Amc Church on the JAMAICA DUGIE
Kenneth Home 7662 NW ? The greater Miami comer of Douglas and Always a friend
John E. Smith of 1942 NWd 17th Pl. died July 24. Survivors Urban League and Family Thomas Avenues, parents.
Ct. died July 21. Chapel are his wife, Mamie
rvices were held Thursday -- --- ------ -
-- -
Lee; two daughters, Jacque- -
_l 3:30: p.m. His wife, Jean- line and Mamie Jean; one

Itte; two daughters, Lindaae brother, Albert Reynolds; two
and Loretta; a son, aunts and numerous others. Iy Why Not Have

lilliam Henry; father, two Arrangements are incomplete. h>' ; yo,
isters, one stepsister ando s sr/q. \

brothers are among his Gary Lamar Taylor, 3-year-

|urvivors. old son of Mrs. Betty Georgeof

1313 NW 68th Terr. died
Louis McKinney, 14160W July 26 from injuries sustained
| 22nd PI., Opa-locka died
when struck by a car July 24.
uly 21. He is survived by Two sisters and two brothers

|Vficer is wife William, Lottie B., four Jackson sons,, 11 also a.m.survive.Saturday.Chapel services / Delivered to Your Home

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Sunday services 7:30 p.m. Healing 'lecture, \2' MORNING

spiritual ,greetings. Rev. Theresa Hiester. I

Wed. 8 p.m. Super Yoga Science

Thursday 8 p.m. Soul craft teachings

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14 iWtMIAMI M S,' Friaay':"j ul'r r '29:"'966' 1

gnu Iii (Ehwrrlj 'undttj

I Mt. HermoH's Men's Day Success TEMPLE

The annual Men's Day

$4,299 Raised dimer ,will be given at the i

church this Saturday beginning -

The men of Mt. Hermon Jonathan Thurston. Other personalities athighnoon. Delivery willbe
on the panel wereJ. made if required. Members
AME Church went over the top of the committee are anxlou
D. Mack. Charles Curry and
and ready to serve you.
in the' ninth annual
Atty. Calvin Mapp. The discussion will their BIG MEN'S DAY AT
The men sponsor
Day celebration. When all was most informal! to.Milton .
"Trip Around the Country"with
figures were tallied the
the main stop at perrino
amount was 4299. The men of Mt. Zion pre-
on Friday night, August 5. sented their annual Men's Day
The Rev. W. E. Green Round trip one dollar, program last Sunday. The
delivered a very inspiring The youth choir, under the morning message was delivered
sermon during the morning direction of Mrs. Vernell by the youthful Rev.J. .
K. Bryant, of Columbus,
service. The St. Paul AME Strachan, will sing during the
but of West
Ohio, formerly
Male Choir along with the Mt. morning service Sunday. The
Fla. The
palm Beach, messagewas
Hermon Male Choir presentedmost group has taken on new life
a spiritual treat for all
beautiful music.At and has great things in mind.
w w Men's Day is just two present and old alike. This
: 3 pm. the Rev. J. B. weeks away. Chairman Staf- young minister is destined to
Blacknell\ from St. James go far in the ministry.We wish
ford Bain and Co-chairman
AME Church rendered their fit .y.r Deacon Alfred Dean and the him Godpseed.

annual service. Rev. Black- S captains are asking every The Men's Choir was out-
$ : nell delivered a dynamic ser- M loyal member to keep standing in their presentationof
"A Sermon in Song" at the
mon. After the service a feast "pulling for the shore." They evening service. The men
was prepared and enjoyed.The promise to make this the blended their voices to sing
Rolle greatest ever. The women say many beautiful selections.We .
highlight of the even they will back them all the were blessed with the

ed ing service was a panel dis- The new "Mr. Mt. Hermon" 'vay. presence of Dr. George Evans,
cussion on the topic "Is The is Bro. Milton Rolle. lie wona It was good to see Mrs. the younger son of the late
Negro Man Managing His close race between he and Gladys Greenwich in Church Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Evans.Dr. .

( Earthly Estate Property?" Bro, Samuel Forde, the Men's Sunday night. She had just Evans resides In' Greensboro -
arrived from a two-week va- N. C.
$ The panel was moderated by Day chairman. in Choir will
cation Nassau. The Men s ren-
I The Temple family ex- der the music on Sunday,
tends heartfelt sympathy to July 31. We invite you to
t'm CHURCHES OF MT. TABORRe Mrfc. Sarah who lost one of attend all of our services.
her granddaughters last week.
CHRIST, SCIENTIST"Love" P. S. Brown, pastor

\ is the subject of Dessie Crockett, reporter SISTERHOOD DAY.
the - --- -- - -
the Lesson Sermon to be readin The Mt. Tabor family was SALTER'S CHAPEL
Greater Israel Bethel Prim-
all Christian Science fortunate to have visiting Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor itive Baptist Church invites
Churches this Sunday. The with them the Rev. Rogers of Muriel Ward, reporter
at \ Golden Text is from John: New Jersey. Rev. Rogers delivered you to attehd its special
The Rev. Johnson from service at 11 a.m. for the
\ "God is love and he that a very inspiring ser-
; Orlando, Florida brought themorning's benefit of the Sisterhood. At
dwelleth in love dwelleth\ in
God and God in him." mon.To all our visit rs, you are message. He and 6 pm. there will be a musical
his charming wife visit program and baby
are contest.
always welcome to worshipwith
Related passages to be
ing Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ben- Thursday night, August 4
read from the denominationtext us. son in Hallendale. Greater Bethel AME Church,
book include these lines: You are invited by the
The young people are look- Rev. S. A Cousin, pastor and
Eli "whatever holds human Male Chorus to its Musical ing forward to the
thought in line with unself- Tea Sunday, July 31 at 3 p.m. School Convention which is congregation will worship
'if-hed' love, receives directly Choirs from the Miami area being held in Belle Glades with-bs for'the benefit of out

YR''n the divine power Hold will be featured on this pro- Fla. we will render serviceat Men's Day drive which will
perpetually this thought-that gram. the 11 a.m. program in terminate the second Sundayin ,

it is* the spiritual idea, the Revival will begin the being Belle Glades.transported The by church Grey-is August. You will\ be bene-

Holt Ghost and Chnst, whi ch second Sunday in August, hound bus. fited by being in the service.

enable you to demonstrate, Rev. L. K. Bryant will be the Mrs. Ruby Bogan and

with scientific vertainty, the Revivalist. daughter left Saturday to attend -
the funeral of Mrs.
rule of healing, based upon Minnie Hunter in Augusta, Ga. the

the divine Principle, Love, 1o''riATTENTION

underlying, overlyong and
encompassing all true being." BROWNSVILLE C l'

p. Freeman, Pastor
ANNOUNCEMENTThe Phillip H, Cooper, pastor Sis. E. Jackson, reporterWe

the liaryofGreaterNew Young Women's MacedoniaM. Auxi Friday evening climaxed a were glad to have the'

very successful revival at the Rev. J. E. Jenkins with his
B. Church
3165 NW 56th members from
St., will begin observing their Brownsville Baptist Church Friendship
anniversary Thursday night, where Rev. John W. Taylor of Baptist Church and the Rev. CHURCH REPORTERS
July 28 and concluding Sundae Melbourne, Fla., was the Harris to baptize us. we all

afternoon, July 31. evangelist. lie preached out had a good time at the pool. Church n.w for publl
of his soul for five Sis. and Sis. Bald-
On Thursday night, July nights. Armstrong cation In rhe currant week's
28, Rev. James W. Everson, There were four converts and win will have dinners at the issue mutt b. In our office
Choir No. 1 and Ushers Board one joiner. Each member and church all\ day Saturday from .. later than 7 o'clock Mon-
No. I. Macedonia will be in
friend 10:30 ajn. So please
who attended were stop by. day evening. Publication of
charge.On and get your dinner.
indeed spiritually revived. now received aftor that
Sunday afternoon, Rev. Rev. Freeman don't
Baptism will be July 31 says t'"*. cannot bo guaranteed.
29, Rev. Lonzo Boykins, forget to pray for the sick and
Choir No. n and Usher Kfifth Sunday) at' 7 a.m. on shut-ins.
: Board No. n. Macedonia will Virginia Beach. Come out and

be in charge of services.On witness an old fashioned '..:-.-

Sunday afternoon, Rev. Baptism.
Oscar W. West and congrega- Services are held each
tion of Bethlehem will be in Sunday at Brownsville. You I FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE 1I
charge of services.
: Come out and supportand are invited to visit with us.

r & this enjoy, their the Young anniversary.Womenin I JOHNSONOF I

Sis. Willie M. Williams is

: president, Willie J.* Beard is MT. CARMELRev. MIAMI I II
of and Rev. Roscoe I
1 Jackson is pastor.TRANSFIGURATION. D. A. Bradley, pastor

I, Lousie McGriff, reporterWe
1 had a wonderful time I 'It's never too late to take I

il' Sunday morning. The messagewas
The church will celebrateits delivered by Rev. Rob- I GRADUATION PICTURESBecause

annual Patronal Festivalon inson.
we have the Caps and Gowns with I
Sunday, August 7 at 10:45 The No. 2 Choir had a
a.m. with Solemn High Mass i great anniversary and wish to Tassels in all school colors

procession and sermon. Guest thank the different churchesthat

preacher will be the Rev. helped to make it a suc- I 6 Wallet Size $1.95IN

Harmon Smith, vicar of St. cess. The prayer meeting for I

Anthony's church, Carol City. our revival will begin Monday COLOR Cash

.On Wednesday, August 10 night after the first Sundsy
in August, Preaching will
wish>> there will be the annual pic- I
begin Monday night after the 1186 NW 38th St. I
J to nic at llaulover Beach. Bus
second Sunday with the Rev.
f will leave the church' 11
f Everett from Ft. Lauderdale
p.m. Fare: Children 50$; delivering the message. Come L111.- 635-4748

No. Adults $1.00. an d hear him. ,, jf I


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.- ----- ... THE MIAMI TIMES Friday July 29 1966 J5uSafiollege 1
_' ..-.._._.... < ,

/ :! : [: Enrollment Here To Hit 20.000 Any yotf where wont In to tho go"world-, j i

J. 'L 1 1.NO
fall. It will 71CKH3 COST
Miami Junior College )- operate as a North
I Campus satellite Campus Vice President Ko- "the sooner the better forgetting Prospective South stud-
enrollment is expected to with a credit
curriculum limited to bert McCabe said. applications in the ents should apply to the Cam- MORE AT !e
| to 20,000 or more this basic
rise the college moves intoa freshman-level evening clas- Both major campuses will mill," Dr. McCabe said. pus' temporary headquarters i
fall as ses. It will follow the North provide a complete range of "We hope South students at Palmetto Center, 7401S ,
| full-scale with multi-campus the opening of operation Campus calendar and prospective College Parallel programs.In will not be lulled by the later > W. 120th St., or to the TRHEL4I11lU11 1
students will apply the Technical, Vocational starting date," he added. All-College Admissions Office -
its second major campus in and register at that location. and Semi-professional "The more time we have, located on North Cam- "Your Neighborhood TrovolAgonts"
South Dade, President Peter Fall Term classes begin area, most programs will the more time we can giveto pus.
Masiko, Jr., said today.Total Aug. 26 at North Campusand be available at both, also. the individual in helping Continuing Education ,
enrollment last fall was Beach Center. South Only those studies which in- work out his program. As (non-credit) courses for A. nor to you o< your j
16,981. Campus, plagued by bad volve highly specialized lab- an added incentive, begin- adults will be available at telephone. Give us a call. J
Current projections Indi- weather and construction oratory facilities or heavy ning Aug. 1, students whose both campuses and Beach ft dollvor. 1104 NW 3rd 1Av. J
that there will be some lays during the Chat. C.
cate past sum- technological equipment will FR 98451.
applications have been Center. Fall Term starting
credit students and mer, will start classes be com- North, Manager.
17,000 nearly offered only at North
a month later, pleted will be allowed to pre- dates for these are: North
on Sept. 19.
3,000 ascompared Despite its Campus where a new $21/2 register and thus skip the Campus and Beach Center,
last year's totals of delayed start,
with million Science and Technology
M-DJC crowd and commotion of re- Sept. 12; South Campus,
14,513 credit and 2,468 South will providethe I Building! has been completed gistration days." Sept. 29.
non-credit. No firm estimatehas same number of Instruc- for Fall Term occu- .
been reached as to the tional days as ,North Cam- pancy.
numerical breakdown be- pus. Missed days will be "Students will be free to
tween campuses, he said. made up by allowing fewer choose which campus they WE SHIP AND PACK FREE TO THE BAHAMAS
In addition to M-DJC days for registration and vacations wish to attend," Dr. Masiko
North and M-DJC South, though the Christ- said. "We have no plans to YOUR FOR ONLY
the college will again openits mas vacation will be short- set any geographic boun- pL
Miami Beach Center this ened by only one day,South dary line as an enrollment 3COMPLETJROOMS

requirement. In fact, some
students may wish to take

I Striking Machinists Give BloodThree courses at both campusesand
this, too, will be permitted -
," he said.Officials !
thousand members of Any group or individual at both campuses
the International Association wishing to give blood to the emphasize that all students r

of Machinists and Aerospace Leukemia Society may get who are entering M-DJCfor TERMS
Workers, Airline Maintenance further information by calling the first time should make ap- EASY
Lodge 702, are donating their
Mrs. Dorothy Grant, executive plication for admission as far
blood this week during a director, at 373-2624 or by in advance as possible. "In 1r
marathon seven-day blood- writing her at 804 Congress order to complete pre-regis-
drive to the Leukemia Societyof
Building. Bloodmobiles are tration requirements, Includ-
Dade County.Mt. available for group donations. ing program advisement,
Sinai Hospital is supplying new students should apply
the Bloodmobile under immediately," Registar WIl-
the direction of Dr. Mark C r- LEGAL NOTICE fred Charlton said. "What
lin. m any students do not realizeis
Notice under
Name that registration is by ap-
Three separate shifts have
Law pointment only, and there
been set up to accomodate the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN must be enough time for ap-
union members-9-11 a.m., 1- That the undersigned desir- plications to be processedand
3 p.m. and 9-11 p.m. ing to engage in business appointment cards mail-
Tri-Chairman of the LeuKemia under the fictitious name of
ed to them prior to registration V
Blood Bank are Don UNITED ENTERPRISESat dates." ..
Shea president of Local 702, number 7830 NW 171 Streetin North Campus and Beach I., I"'/I\\ .
the city of Hialeah,Florida, t.'" "1\\ '"
Major Fred St. Clair, USMC, registration is scheduled JIIIt; '
intends to register the said .. i ,GORGEOUS ilV'NG'lio' :I I!
23-25 at North Cam-
and Ed SUss.Members with Aug.
name the clerk of the M W'TI1' I
of the Florida circuit court of Dade County, pus and Sept. 16 and 17 vl- ,," DELuxe SUITE'. j
'r. 9
at South Campus. Kr: ,. ws'd c' II
Restaurant Association are Fla. .n '
donating food for the blood Dated at Miami, Florida this Even though the term be- I 'v.., : n'" .. lS' ... ,.h.r-. ,
donors. 8th day of July, 1966. gins later at M-DJC South, s pill..S5gff : ""'''''

The marathon drive began Owner ; f.,, .1 tl
Saturday, July 23 and will run
Jujy July 8, 15, 22, 29. WOMEN TO HAVE l
through Friday night, 29.

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SAYCLEANERS WOMEN -Women's Organi- f Ii i
zation for the March on :

Education Now! is having an -iT'

Open House on Wednesda y

evening, August 10 at 8 p.m.

at the North Campus Miami-
Dade Junior College in the

Faculty Dining Room of the

4628 NW 27 AVE. Student Union Building.All ::r- \\,
women who are interested -

in returning to college and BEDROOM '> '

NE 59275We those presently attending, are B\GofASH\O\ \ OUS BEDDINGI\II'\0"" l/ ,

invited to hear Vice President ,SU1E\ f .....dfoeM with swank tomlertl t.,..
Ambrose Gamer speak on d.I\lA' 11I0 ti.n r/.
procedures Invovled in 0' po siiciooHr ,
specialize in hand finished shirts. College Enrollment for Adult .w.r.,..III Syron|,oll ch..1,P""fl ed"j. | I, i
.Cld. -
!Students." All department "'ClII'." 'eA 2 .I..pM9
Satisfaction Guaranteed heads will be present to "tow, '
answer questions.
Refreshments will be \ CREDIT) /;

Free Pick Up aid DeliveryRev. served. This promises to be IS GOOD ''f
an informative as well as a r 1 r:: ti' 1tMpH GROUPING
l "rti ;
pleasant evening for women -- / E1ri
+ dln.r
and their guests. p .
Slater Owner
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I.": ..; ', I'" ,,..,Ifteens' /\.,',, ., 3 Summer
;i\ .' ; f! I :
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7. '" J .
lastitatcs Close
,. i.,",:n 0 t Ph"J",
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Blr'let"I tx6 !W'* IEtDe; : decreased by 117 as*. +
three institutes closed Friday
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Many young people do not enjoy reading because Eighty persons: -teachers

they are not able to comprehend the amterial which were attending the institute

they attempt to read. Instead of seeking possible Teachers of Disadvantaged
Youth under the direction 'n(
solutions to help improving their reading skills, Shirley Lee.. assistant, professor -

they give up trying, or usually find themselves more of Education and
Humanities Institute which
attracted to comic books and other such magazines.
dealth primarily with school
However, reading these magazines or comic integration. The project waa h- 4

books does help the individual in bettering his directed by Dr. Thunnan w.

reading skills. One of the best ways to better one's Stanback Division., chairman Humanities -

ability to read is through practive. The person who

more often is usually a better reader. In order to im- Another ninety-seven 10th

prove the reading skills, we should begin reading and 11th graders from six:

material that is on our level and move upward to states participated in the
fourth annual Reading
material that is more difficult. Also, try reading dif- simmer
and study Skills program directed Dorsey Junior High Neighborhood Youth CorpsSince
ferent kinds of literature. by Marion Speight

Good reading skills .will also help in building assistant professor, Modem
checks receive the
the last week of November sixteen boys. As of last Fri- ; aver-
one's vocabulary. When we are reading and we dis- 1965, a number of day72266 twenty-two of age member has a savings
words that not familiar with it is their account of $75, or approximately -.
cover we are impor.tent Threehundred and fifty Dorsey High School youthof these youth completed
Out of this
to look up these words in a dicti nary and remem- regular students will continue low-income families have work experiences. The re- $2,000.00.
will retain their experience, these youth have
been enrolled in and reapingthe maining three
ber .the definitions. A good practice would be to use, two summer weeks.school Twenty-three for another of rewards of the school's jobs until August 31st. developed pride in their ability

these words in conversations and discussions that Neighborhood Youth Corps to save money.As .
the undergraduates will receive Being predominatelyninth
a culminating project
you are involved in daily. degrees at the 63rd Commence program-a established major youth by the program E- graders who are six- activity, the NYC of Dorsey

Today, being able to read and understand what ment at 10 a.mSaturday conomic Opportunity Act of teen years of age or older, held its final group activity,

has been read is very important in taking tests. If morning, August. 6. 1964 and administered by bers Dorsey's are NYC among project the mem-more a 6:30 banquet held in Dorsey's

the person taking tests cannot read the directions the United States Departmentof tahn onethousandcorpsmenIn homemaking room Fri-
given and follow them correctly, then he will fail the Labor. The work of these Dade County who are paid day, 7/22/66.. the banquet
enrollees has initiated and $1.25 and hour for their these youth presented a pro-
whole test. This test which he failed can possiblymean
which permitted
BTW SUMMER expanded needed community services. Dorsey's corpsmen gram sever-
a failure in life. There is also a reading com- service to benefit the public. haveworked as teacher, cle- al of them to display their

prehension part of tests which require the person tak- MUSIC PROGRAM The primary objective of the rical, playground, library, talents and express their
ing the test b be able to read and answer questions NYC is to encourage youthto and custodial aids at Liberty warm feelings relative to
according to the material given. CLOSES Program. It was the unani-
stay in school by provid- City and Poindana Park E-
mous feeling of the
Reading can be fun and also informative. Through Friday, July 22 the SUm- ing paid part-time work. lementary Schools as well as men that the Program corps-gave
Since the was ins- their alma mater.
program at
reading a person may make dreams come true. lie may mer Music program at the them "new experiences," "a
tituted at Dorsey, the enrol- Since Instituted the NYCof
visit other cpuntries and meet other people and share Booker T. Washington High lees have evidencedthroughtheir Dorsey has undertaken sense of self-respect," "a

their experiences and customs. School closed down. The Summer -. excellence in performing several projects which per- sense of economic security,"
"a of "
This summer reading may be one of the most activities consisted of their tasks having de- mitted their positive develop "a sense broader self-confidence,
beginners band, intermediate veloped the attitudes, habits, ment in dimensions.One understandingof
beneficial ways to spend your time. Visit the library many the world of work," and
and behavior required fort} such endeavor was the
nearest you and select books that you would like to band concert band must c in "a higher level of'aspira-
success regular employ- of
savings ac-
opening a
read. If you are not acquainted with the library, ask reading sessions and march- ment. count at Roosevelt Federal tion.

the librarian to help you in selecting books to read. In ing band pageantry. For Savings and Loan Associa- the This is Dorsey's'story of

order to become familiar with the library and its setup, four weeks approximately 16 Commencing with fifteen tion. Since January each Corps Neighborhood- the story of salvaged' Youth-

check, out a book, to acquaint you with the library. students participated in the members*the NYC of Dorsey member has participated in lives, new hope, and the
Remember that you are given the privilege of reading County Music Center whichwas grew to a membership of a small systematic savings beginnings of )Human digni-
twenty five-nine girls and plan. To date, with yet two
books free. It is important that you keep up with located at the Miami ty.For .

the schedule given 1 by the library for checking out Senior High school. Activities -

books. Be sure to return your books to the library on there consisted of __. ,' ... ... '' ..
con 10" IJ.;: ;\i\I! I\1\ :;1Io. J" tllilj<" ((11',1. ;11 "iI'l'/'II\ ;Jt} ;!
time and in the condition that borrowed ." ; ', '" "*
same you them. .1JkJP; 'i '." ; 'I II :}k' '
cert band music reading sessions .
Also observe other rules given to you by the library sectional rehearsals, We BEST I '.';STUARTIf's ;
which you have been checking out books from. '
orchestra and chorus.
several -:... ..;
The person who reads more often, is the person students on the intermediatelevel 'I'........ ,...,....._ ;
who understands more about his surroundings and have qualified for mem- -

reasons for some occuring events in our society. bership in the Booker T.

Washington High School

Junior American Citizens March 88. Mr. Timothy 0.

Savage, director, is urgingthe x+t
students to get their 4fb 4.
Awards I4t
Are Announced -
flutes, clarinets, saxophones,

One object of the National were: Gressey Bryant and trumpets and trombones as

Society Daughters of the Elizabeth Watts Bunche soon as possible, lie is plan-
Park El em.; Linda Johnson 1 I
ning to have a large and -
American Revolution, is to and Arthur weems J. w. productive
present activities thru which
program next
Johnson; Patricia Jones and
there are developed the
knowledge of, and the capa- Gregory Patterson Nathan B. year. a
city for, performing the dutiesof Young.In .
good American citizenship.To a statewide competition
this end, John Mcdonald among JAC clubs with the school got honorable mentionin ..
Chapter, DAR,sponsors Junior theme "Faith and Freedom," essays and Phyllis Wheat- r
American Citizens in many J. w. Johnson school won ley school won two state M 4k ",yr
public elementary schools in three prizes and three honor- prizes in club projects and *
Dade County. able mentions in posters and i two honorable mentions in
poems, Nathan B. Young the nation-wide contest.
As a recognition of, and a

tribute good citizenship to, everyday, John practical Mao- ::, : : JACKSOrS TQPPIf; INN: \' _/

donald Chapter presents j, .' ... ..
Thatcher Award pins to child- 1\.... .
ren schools.in the sixth grade in these Its //w Aavor. NURSERY ,

The awardees are chosenfor r
"having demonstrated KINDERGARTEN
distinctive qualities of dependability -
and leadership
and in recognition of services PRIMARY GRADES
rendered for the promo

tion of justice Americanism

and character among fellow 3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACE .
students, and for worthy par- #
ticipation in the activities of

a Junior. American Citizens Telephone: NE 4-4308
Club. r

of These the informal pins are JAC miniatures pennantin Fine Potato Chip Co. Visit us or call for details

full color enamel on gold. Mrs. I. B. Jackson-Mo aloy,

This highest honor presentedby Ownoi Suporvlaor6
the National society, DAR

to elementary schools and it 3341 N.W. 65 St. -. ...""U"'T'F. \ : ;' : : \
is considered by some ;"* .n'i' : :
principals to be the highest \\I' I. 11.11''II", ., _t. Js\ ii'.

school honor a student can i,'\ "jI "ft""I'"i'.' '.. ',. .1.. r \ 1 '... .' ""'v
earn. Fli. OX F"': 1 0, a 6... p.m. Det. .1'w : i Su it1t. \
who Mirai, Jr.! '/IW. (, '.'!Ii._ _..10; .. ', :,- tj" :'" i '': k" ...4:('.,' /, J,,.:t1'
Boys and girls WU'Ithis
honor and valued pins




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City Commissioner Athalie M. Range and her son Patrick seem to be getting
Miami Rinkeydinks Club members leaving for a European tour last weekend in-
I eluded (1 to r) Mary Golden, Alma Finley, Lydia Richardson, Flo Hawkins, Portia together on their choice of a winner during the Miss Universe pageant at Miami I
Bannister and Bettye Gaitor. Also accompanying the group was Shirley Moore. Beach Convention Hall. In case you forgot, Miss Sweden copped the coveted title.
Photo by Bill Harris Adamsfoto.

Looking the V;






Vadis? To hear the voice of the people.So Cape Kennedy -Cocoa Beach ,
Patrick Air Force Base
it was that the voice of the people was really

heard Monday night as the rafters of the Dade County Structural Painters .... '
Auditorium literally rang with'protest from irate citi-
High Voltage Linemen
zens, who were in mass protest to the proposal of Industrial Electrician
County Commissioner Harold Greene to obliterate the Air Conditioning Mechanics I SPENT SO MUCH ON HER I HAD TO/
Lejeune golf course by having the controversial con- Machinists MARRY HER FOR MY MONEY / *
Sheet Metal MechanicsSecurity
nector from the East-West expressway to the airportrun -
directly through the course..
City Manager Melvin Reese called the plan dis- Assignments
graceful and had staunch backing from the people who
Commissioner Green was thought to be helping with Grand Bahamas Island'
his proposal. Eleuthera San Salvador J0J1JJ
Commissioner Green's proposal would have the Grand Turk Antigua -AscensionCooks Beg
connector to the expressway run directly through the
golf course, and to compensate for the destruction of Bakers
the course, would relocate it on county property west Carpenter/Painter
of Lejeune road; this plan, he thought was most Maintenance Electricians '
feasible to aid home-owners, who were threatened by High Voltage Linemen ,
Distillation Plant Operators .Y
an original proposal to have the connector east of the Heavy EquipmentOp.rotors wI
course and chopping off a slice of Grapeland Heights.The Heavy Equipment MechanicsRefrigerationPlumbing :
feelings for having the course remain in tact / Mechanics .:y ,'''"f'"J%*y.a8 ;
Structural Iron Workers +iys
and the connector put some place else was strong Diesel Generator Operators < k/} Vs r
and evident, judging from the way those who might Fire/Security Policemen '?.> '.Ii'j ?
have been effected one way or the other voiced their All applicants must pass appropriate k1 Y
opinions in protest. skills tests, a company physical examination ,
One such person was Lyle Cannon, who shot a and be a U. S. citizen.

cannon into the hearing by pointing out to the com- Employee benefits include a tutition refund ,; ;,
missioners that it was better to take more time, spend plan, a retirement plan, paid holl eursrarusscsn
more money and do it right than, to do such a costly days, vacation, emergency leave, sick f4 ; :w x
leave, and In.uronc..con.l.tlng of
job hurriedly and inadequately.Ed group poll."j
life, hospitalization and accident
cies with the company paying a major I
Vines, another, resident (tthe area told how portion of the premium. Employees also/
he was against the destruction of any existing recreational receive flight discounts up to 90% on Pan .. "
domestic IITO a
Am and to 75% on most
facilities, even though he may be caught in the carriers. up j i
midst of a very inconvenient transfer plan. Additional benefits enjoyed by personnelassigned : 't KaeSSbr: a''ks'
include extended
The people spoke and were heard; they spoke vacations, liberal salary, bonuses and J--
loud enough to ger the endorsement of the commissionthat free room and board. ..
their wishes will be granted wherever it is pos- i. i*
sible. Interviews l

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DEATH ENDS TRAILS OF 750 South Orlando A" Dept. 2<

The Sports World was saddened with the double Or Call 784-5312 or here!
loss this week with the death of Clure Mosher and 784-5313 for weekend and evening was
the tragic death of Tony Lema. appoint*ents
Clure Mosher, the sportscaster who gained fame
with the oddity of tempering his comments with acid; GidMMissiIesCana
Was In reality a very endearing person to which his Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bonvand-
friends will attest.He will be missed especially in our Range Division bred Scotch drinkers.They've been smacking their
area, where he was to have taken a position again lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
soon. PAN AMERICAN old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue/"fake.
Tony Lema, who rocketed to the top ten In ;011, WORLD AIRLINES INC. peg of Begg.It's a wee bit better than the best,"say
died pursuing the sport he loved. Ironically the plane An Equal Opportunity Employer the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
that carried him to his death crashed on a golf course. taste is gentle, and whose price light.
After winning tournaments Lema would always su noof IIIPOIT o SY MMCS M.MCCUNN co.arc.,...Y.THE .
Pour champagne for the press-so was dubbed "cham-

pagne, Tony",

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18 'THEMIAMI TiMES, :F ay, July '29, '1966

NACW To Get Property At Canaveral Acres I

Sherwood O. Faubel,vice retirement and recreation Other guests at the week-
president of Cana ral A- center long convention will be Mrs. 1 WATERFRONT '
cres, Inc, will be an hon- Orville Freeman! wife of the ;il '';,
ored at the Kutibtl will be introduced Secretary Agriculture,and ;j. );',
guest 34th
by Mrs.
Convention of the president of Munilc the Association B. Reese, Congressman Adam Clay- : Homes
National Association of which numbers more than ton Powell. JkfGolden Key
Colored Women's Clubs ,. .
100,000 members in 40 of J. .. ,
July 23-30
at Oklahoma the 50 states.Mrs .. :
City. I DOWN ,
Reese, herself $350 : '
a \1..
Fuubcl will present the property owner at Cana NO QUALIFYING FISHING BOATING.. SWIMMING,. .... ", '.' t
., '. )
Association with a deedto '' )
of veral Acres, advised Kaubcl, month nice home to Beautiful 2 & 3 bedroom homes{wish prices you can' afford. ';,
at ,
a piece property "I 1 hasten to that it is $95 .
say ,',' hI. ," '
vj"i ::9': j
"f .I' .r
Canaveral Acres, an equal my feeling that the majority live in plus home for In- from ,
Low down
3 moderls to choose from. payments-direct:
opportunity land development t of our Club women will come. Good Allopattoh :!. ** ,An .
in the Central Florida be location. i ,
In 4etc.
knowingmore builder. Near school, buses, ..
city of Holopaw. 1he ___o__
about the .
Canaveral ,; ,
property will be used for-a Acres clan." $6,900 CBS Bargain Total ',' ;:: ": \; :.,';' ;. ;. :;:,.: /' ;:)ii,I

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3517 NW 17 Avenue
Waterfront Values"FLORIDA 633-0426
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$600 DOWN A House Today!

Large bedroom( CBS.on 75x130 lot. Landscaped with1'extrds EDISON Specials FHA CRS HOMES

rto- included. A must see to appreciate. One
FHA mortgage. One low monthly payment pays all. 1910 NW 89 TERRACE
3 bedroom, $300 down, $75 month
1. Very ,nice CBS tile roof
reverse cycle air con-
bath This home is a lovely on the spacious waterfront.prestige Rear 3 yard bedroom slopes, 2 ditioner, wall to wall carpeting. $300 down, FHA. $300 down, $75 month
County taxes only. In the 80's.
down to water. Plenty fruit trees and fenced. 1931 NW 86 STREET

Underground sprinkler system, garage, circular 2. (Year Edison High. 2 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, $250 $200 down, $58 month
driveway, central heat; built-in "totin" kitchen. down FHA. No closing cost. Nice big lot.
A very attractive Fla. room, extras galore. All .. 1030 NW 56 STREET
this is on a 75'xUG" lot. 1 FHA, mortgage.pr .3.. $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, fenced down month
Priced right. 'J monthly payment pays all. yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No closing $300 $76

cost. County tan c only. In the 80's.
4. No qualifying. Lovely home fenced Duplex
$400 DOWN TOTAL PRICE SII," yard, Patio,
well pump, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA mortgage already $250 down, $70 month
9001 NW 17 AVENUE placed. County taxes only.

This is truly a lovely home In a very convenient: .
location. WE HAVE MANY HOMES ANDDUPLEXESFHA 1. ':I qA\ :i.j: H::': '.I?" '"IENTALP.ilv.( \ :;: ,oI '(' .,}"
Separate dining room, screened porch TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING. 1 'i11"Y ;. '''t( PI ,j i Ifw{ ( ',' .
awnings, fenced yard and other extras, hard- 14460 NW'22nd Axe. .1 bedroom apt$14.5Qwk;'
wood floors, tile roof. $400 down. Total price YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR .
$13,000. I $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING 4612 NW '16 Ave.' 2 bedrooms,'$25 weekr'F }*' ,


, '1041 ttW.8lth; Street EDISON REALTY, Realtors OPEN SATURDAYAND SUNDAY

Exceptionally designed 3 bedroom, 2 bath with

tremendous screened Dla room overlooking water. 175 N.W. 62nd St. 751-2441 FORD REALTYINC. Broker

Total I price only $23,009 good terns arranged.
John A, Pirie on premllts"Bargain 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595



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Beautiful 2 or 3 bedroom CBS with lovely Fla rm.
Many desirable! extras includti. Walk/ to shopping PUT YOUR QUEEN IN ONE OF OUR CASTLES 4 ONLY THE FINEST PROPERTIES

schools and transportation.. FROM $100 DOWN A iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiOPEN

: 1511 NW 93 STREET $400 DOWN FHA
4 bedroom, 2 bath with Fla room. This is a home
$700 Down Can be 3 bedrooms, large 80x125 lot.$76 monthly
for a large family. $16,500. FHA, no closing 6A $12,500 total. Oak floors, tile roof, carport,

0020 NW 12 COURTIn 0 porch. Open for inspection everyday.
1451 NW 88 STREET T
choice area. Comfortable. 3 bedroom CBS. On 4 2 bedroom, screened front porch, carport, wanted v 1015 NW 83 STREET ON ARCOLA LAKEarea.
spacious 100x100 landscaped lot, central heat, FHA terms. AA Lovely CBS, swim, fish and sail from your back
garage, carpeting, hardwood floors, sprinkler o door. Fla room, and screened patio. For real Flo'

system and many other extras. Priced right. FHA 0 8811 NW 15 AVENUE J living. 150' lot, $16,500 total. Good terms.

terms, one mortgage, reasonable down paymentand A bedroom enclosed tA
2 Fla room, garage, fenced STREET
1340 NW 88
one monthly payment all. Mrs. Sidney
pays large lot and other extras. FHA. $13,000. A
,. A. Thomas on premises T Central I air I condition I 3 full bedrooms, 2 full
840 NW 85 STREET A tile bath. Truly different in design. Fully built

"Home aid Income": : 2 bedroom, Fla room, refrig., stove, air cond., .T kitchen with oven, range, hood fan and dishwasher

carport, FHA terms, no closing cost. oak floor, garage. $22,500 with terms.

$400 ')OWN
1,500 TOTAL
2 bedroom, front screened porch, appliances, J Lovely corner CBS'f.nced yard with barbeque
PAYMENTS sprinkler system, FHA terms no closing cost. V and fruit trees. $11,800 with terms.

Lovely 2 with or 3 bedroom home with extra 1 bedroom 120 NW 56 STREET $10.500 TOTAL
cottage minimum $60 month income. You
must see this value to really appreciate Iti 4 2325 NW 89 STREET This solid CBS can be 3 bedrooms, 2 bath for your
worth. bedroom kitchen large family or duplex for income. Terms arranged.
2 large gas stove, sprinkler .
-. ., o system, FHA, no closing cost. A 590 NW 53 STREET NO QUALIFYING
"On leaulif.I.Arcol! Lake" $500 DOWN
o + 2 bedroom, CBS hardwood floors tile roof,
$100 DOWN
ALSO carport, large yard, $10,500 total. $82 monthly
1146 NW 85 STREET
NEW LIBERTY with Homestead
CITY AREA exemption.
Attractive home with lovely Flo room on large .
landscaped waterfront lot. Air conditioners. + 3361 NW 201 STREET 141 NW 50 STREET HOME AND APT.

Laundry room. Fenced in yard, well and sprinkler Open 1-5 Sunday. Open $100 down. Custom-built CBS resident. Main house has 3
system. 150 amp. electric service. Outside + 3 bedroom, like new. .No closing costs. Over 35 sleeping room, 1ft bath, full dining, built-in
shower. A truly wonderful buy. Mr. and Mrs. o homes to choose from. 2, 3, 4 bedrooms. kitchen, oven and range, garage, tile roof and
patio, separate and private.Complete 1 bedroom
on premises. .
apt. Rented will help pay your month Ipayment..
CALL US TO SEE THESE VALUES EXPERIENCE SERVE YOU. + 1111..111111111111111111111111111111111..111..11111111

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 29, 1966 .19.

m'SSIFIED A DS ;1 ;; Room in FOR private RENT home for a Graduate HELP or WANTED dropout earn FOR SALE

I nice quiet man.Call 634-9654 while you learn to be a beau-
tician. 3555 NW 25 AVENUE
Day or night classes.
$1.25.50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Private room for nicecouple or International Beauty School,
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON settled person, call NE 2217411 or 757-9515. Jul29 2 bedroom, CBS, corner
home A-l
a.- -- I 51247. CAB APPLY at ,

FOR SALE FOR SALE Society Cab Office, 269 NW hardwood floors,
FOR RENT One bedroom apt. a workingman. 21st St.Attractive. $300 down.
Four CBS units only $10,000- 1 bedroom No children. $15 wk.
month. $2,000 cash. Go $100 month. Small down,make CBS. $17.50 Rear apt. 824 NW 56th St. barmaid and wai- WILSON REALTY
let this beauty. 1160 NW 31 money and live rent free. Nice 1 bedroom house. $16. tress. Double Deck Bar. 691-6166

$U Has sewers and city water 373-7973 or HI 4-8004. Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $21 3 bedroom $27.50 weekly 726 NW 79th St. between 11
1-6902. Nice 47th Rental a.m. to 1 p.m. for interview. I
jE CBS effcy. Water and 505 NW St. Dixie

-- NO CLOSING COSTS 15611 NE 15th Ct. 4 bed- electric free. $15. 633-2429. J' ',,, 0" .
like new 3 bedroom homes in room, 2 bath, Fla room, awn- Nice 2 bedroom duplex. $25. FOR SALE OR LEASE '

ounche Park, 2520 NW 159th ings, fenced for your babies. Nice 1 bedroom house. 2 bedroom fume $30 per wk. .
and 2500 NW 160th St. Both Walk to schools and near big 23. 3020 NW 52nd St. Dixie Rental Liberty Drive-in
have jalousie windows, awnings shopping center, partly turn, Furn. effcy. 1 person $13. Agency, 6332429.

big fenced yards and only $330 handles FHA terms. LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY

are freshly painted inside No closing cost. Owner: 2020 NW 62nd St. 1 & 2 bedroom houses and Restaurant

and out. FHA price $9,200 3733304.By Call 633-7809 apt. $15 to $30 wk. Dixie Rental -
with $300 down and $55.67 633-2429. 1500 NW 62 STREET
Veterans $100 down.) "
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mo. '
Room Private
Key at Life Realty, Broker, owner. Home, NW, 2 bed- bath. 6354178. Spacious clean room with FULLY EQUIPPED "i.\fr

4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9- room, dining room, Fla room, -Room,-private- telephone extra large clothes closet, ;, NOW CLOSED BECAUSE OF ILLNESS'
4371. Open eves and Sundays. inspection invited, for appointment -' also cooking facilities. Men
conveniences, {in the '
FHA BEAUTY call 757-6507. heart of Liberty City. 1545 only. Call 754-1452. (: REASONABLE. TE MS.OWN. ,;758:7894 ..'

Total price $12,800only $400 CBS, 2 bedroom home, nice NW 68th St. 691-2494.
down and $87 Pays all. Thisis location near Miami Jackson Room. $9 per wk. Call 751-

a lovely 2 bedroom CBS.It High, bus, shopping, enclose Downtown Area. Fum. effcy 8376. 337 NW 48th St.
is so attrative and spot All utilities NEAR 62ND STREET
frontporch, modem kitchen un- 6 bedroom house partly fum.,
less a must see in a choice fume
color d bath fixtures on lot 1 bedroom, $10.50
ref. call
area. Call anytime. A. Ben- 371-5041, 691-0789. ,
50x150. $500 down. $90 mo.

Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. pays all. No qualifying, no Room. 476U& NW 22nd Ave. Spacious 1 bedroom duplexapt. 3 bedroom CBS $350 cash $89 month
red tape with larger cash 759-9563. in Buena Vista area. NW pays,
SOMETHING SPECIAL down payment, will sell at all. Move in now. No qualifying.
51 Miami No
St. near
$14,300, FHA only $450 do. sacrifice By owner 3701 NW
Thisis a charmer. If you 19th Ave. 6333738.Lot 1 bedroom fum., water and children. Call 758-1098 be-
want the perfect 2 bedroom, 1 electricity, 594 NW 23rd St. tween 7 & 8:30 p.m.

bath. Fla room, .choice area, (3 blocks 52) 50x143 in 379-8160.
it's large perfect for you if Carver Ranches residence 4 room, furn. or unfurn. $17 TRIO REALTY
wk. 653 NW 27th Ave., cool,
you\ want something special. only.call 696-4485. Mr. or Furn. effcy, plus utilities. open, go seen, then call. 759-8372
Call anytime. A. Ben-Korl, Mrs. Simmons or Write to 1374 $15 weekly, 1235 NW 68th 373-7973 or ffl 4-8004.

Realtor 751-2243. NW 67th St., Miami, Fla. ')'errace. Phone6965492.

House, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
FHA 2 CBS homes for the price of
$12,500 living room, dining area,
Large 2 bedroom, kitchen,
$400 down, large 2 bedroom, on across from Allapattah fum. couple with child or 3 kitchen and Fla room,all fume 3 DAY SPECIALNO

1 bath, CBS, largescreened-in school1360 and 1364 NW adults, city water, $85 month. (no children), professional
pit room, seller pays all closing 46th St. Total price 12900. 41st Street and 23rd Ave. NW. people preferred. Call 754-I QUALIFYING

cost, aeeit good starter Owner FR 3-8369 or 271-5733. 691-4668. 4492. 7 a.m. or 5:30: p.m. :
home for young people. Call $500 DOWN S25 WEEK '*

anytime, A. Ban-KoriRealtor, Open Sun. 2-5 P.m. 810 NW
!EARN Rooms. Call 758-5317 or 635- j '
7512243. 84th St. 825 NW 84th St. 845 BRAND NEW .

--- NW 84th St. beautiful homes EXTRA MONEYTo 9513.
NO QUALIFYING $400 down. $200 best. FHA buy a hem HOMES

This is gorgeous, 3 bedroom, $12,500 total up, come see. Ta start children's education + Store. 6970 NW 17th Ave. Just Completed
2 bath, Fla room, corner
Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. fund OX 1-6723 owner.
lot, in best area, beautiful
2156 NW 47th Terrace
To off debts
in pay
patio back. This is
so Duplex & cottage, fum. $500 Lovely 2 bedroom home, un-
Or start 2180 NW 47th Terrace
perfect, call me to see. down. Total 6900. Call even a savings fume $22 per week, no

Cash down $3,500 take over 633-2400 or 759-9563. account ,children NE 5-5566, preferto.sell. 3155 NW'66th ,Street .. .
mortgage fci2\800. This Div.cah full or part $100 down.

;is way below cost for the Four lots in Inlet City (Riviera tin. 'Interesting work IS -- 1780 NW 76th Terrace

beautiful person who home is that looking is worth for a Beach) near church and you are meeting new people $12 weekly unfum. $15 fum., TRADE IN YOUR OLD HOUSE OR LOT

much much school. Make offer. For fur- constantly!! 6970 NW 17th Avenue.
more, owner anxious ther information consult HES OPEN SATURDAY SUNDAY
anytime. A. Ben-
Reeves, 1424 NW 69th St.
Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. 1025 W. Flagler Street 2 bedroom, fume 1930 NW 86
Phone 691-3485. 754-5362, $90 month
-- Indef, Terr.
SAVE $3,000 -- -- I will sell, small down. FORD REALTYINC. Broker
Wide Open Spaces

room Entertain, 2 bath? ,Beautiful CBS living 2 room bed- Large 3 bedroom, CBS, modem 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 615-4595
built-in kitchen big screened
18x38, a true custom built- PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
Fla. on fenced 75 ft.
bedroom home3good theizrear,'wide yard. $250 down. Owner teo o CUSTOM MADITSE

fenced and alrconditioned. will leave large refrigerator 'I ., ,
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Total only $18,000. FHA or y ,
Best ,1''S'\JI Town'
bank. A. Ben-Kori SLIP COVERS x f: i ,S Sl'J
'Realtor, .
\ .
anytime Close In on 81 Street / infJ.t"f1''" :., I !S.WH Viij oI:
751-2243. G CtTSTAL cuARNIA
2 bedroom, CBS, hardwood fT sAUGIIll
floors, $200 down, no closing IISIETANTuuv

Lovely CBS Duplex, beautiful grounds, cost, $9,500 total.Associates .. GUARANTIED, ...M+' + y ALLAPATTAH CORNER 3 bedroom, enclosed

perfect G HUH TCpIMN Y ,oraidl lng 7ty room, appliances.
condition L/
rent will Realty Corp. WIMIUMAN*
make payments. Total only JMIf AM wAwy?+ Na Fenced. Only 185 mo. Reasonable down. $11,500 I
Realtors MTIIUUAUMIMUI r total. No qualifying for this. I
15800. FHA terms call for 685-1531 /DIE IETIMATII
location. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, G all VINTItrii SPECIAUzING :i oR $350 DOWN, .3BEDROOM. F'o' room, enclosed I
anytime 7512243.. riniM SLIP IN PLASTIC COVERS NI0NT porch, dining room, appliances, air cond. Well
Seller Pays Closing costs EXCLUSIVELYHouse kept yard. Patio in rear. $10,500 FHA.
Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath
4 bedroom bath home. PHONI
For sale by builder. $500 do. CBS, bargain, Fla room, awnings 01 Gretchen wi 7-5031 2 BEDROOM, FLA ROOM. Garage, appliances ,
$113 per month pays all. garage, tile roof, jalousie -' 2 air conds. w/w carpeting. Largo lot. Fenced
windows, stove, air' Formerly Gretchen-NichoUs Plastic Covert
Will! consider renting ro responsible Lamp post.$450 down. $14,200 FHA.Best area.
cond., extra large landscapped -

beauty party. See this lot, sprinkler systenu- CORNER 2 BEDROOM. $64, mo. $250 down,

or phone at 238-4023.1430 NW 152nd Indef jerr Bargain at $12,000 with $400 dining room, utility room, -appliances, washer,

down(veterans $100 down) CBS HOMESFHA $10,500 FHA.
mo. Key at
NO CLOSING COSTS $72.52 $250 DOWN, $&1 MONTH. 2 bedroom, Flo room,
Large 3 bedroom, CBS on Realty, ,Broker, 4932 NW andl IOO-$250 DOWN large corner lot. Only $11,000 FHA.

on 2 lots, comer, tile roof, Ave. PL 9-4371. Open NO CLOSING COST $300 DOWN. $18, MO. 2 bedroom, end. front

separate.".R_.'__ garage_ wall to wall porch, dining room, large utility room, garage,

tom-built-iwing. kitchen fenced yard, cus- 1411 NW 88th Street 2250 NW 81 TERRACECBS appliances, sprinkler. $12,800 FHA.
awnings, Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, tile schools and buses. Has Flo.
revla. seller near carport,
pays closing HOME AND INCOME. 2 houses on largo lot. 4
roof, carport, Fla room, large room, appliances. Open 3 to 7.
$ !M down FHA Price $16,000 with lot, stove, refrig., lovel y bedroom. 2 bath, Fla room, dining room and 2

Key at Life| and $96.32 mo. house on nice street. A bargain 3 BEDROOMCBS both, Flo room, dining room and 2 bedroom

49U: NW 7th Realty Ave. Broker PL 9' at $12,500 with down$400) and do. with Marblite exterior, no painting. Has with sleeping porch. 2 car garage, appliances,
4371. Open evenings and (veterans $100 Reasonably priced. Terms to silt. Best area.
fenced and Fla
Sundays $75 mo. Seller pays closing room.

---- costs. Key at Life Realty, 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH LIVE RENT FREE. Duplex. 1 bedroom each

Direct From Owner 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. side. Appliances, utility room, carport. $76 mo.
$300 down Open Sundays. CBS, close in, in rough shapes but will bo rehabilitated .
CBS, 2 bedroom,
large porch, oak floors, under to your color. Full price $12,500. $300 down. $12,500 FHA.

10000. Owner n will_____ give NO QUALIFYING Subject to FHA value. See this bargain. WE HAVE MANY OTHERS
$500 in furniture of your Beautiful 3 bedroom CBS in ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES
choice if sold this week. Allapattah area, near school, SMALL FRAME FOR RENT FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONSSHELLREALTY
Hurry, call 758-8749. shopping, bus. Tile roof, Fla 2100 NW 90 STREET. Check this ant aid callus
---- room, large fenced yard, .
jalousie windows appliances.

Try a Classified Ad Abargain at $12,500 with BISCAYNE REALTY BROKER ; BROKER .
$500 down and $100 mo. pays
Best Result all. Key at Life Realty, 754-3589
Our Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. 4240 'NW 7th An.: ;758-5551
Classified Ads PL 9-4371. Open evenings, 24 HOURS -' ,.. .. ,. .....



20 THE MIAMI., TIMES, Friday, July 29, 1966
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The board of Economic assistant who makes$9,163, $13,500 a year; a program principals in Dade make a in the area who serve on the "I'm echoing to you," he
Opportunity Program Inc. and nine center directors, manager at $12,375,and an minimum of more tha $12- center advisory oard, and added, "what" the ghetto boysare
has announced that the Dade making a total of $62,964, education project director at 000 a year and an aver by the center director his saying.
County poverty program there will be three area coordinators 10416. age of $14,000. staff and VVeatherly. Ainslee j Ferdie, EOF I
that works with the poor making a total of Jack Gordon, IAN and The executive director of Representing the Coconut board member expressedfear
through neighborhood ser $23,364.The Dade School Board mem- the KOPI: is paid $15,504a Grove Citizens Advisory that "the hiring process
vice centers will have four nine centers will have ber, objected that the salary year; and an employment Board, the Rev. Theodore could become a oasis of pol-
times as much moneyto : a total of nine home man- set for the education projects director and a research Cixson:i: said, in approvingthe itical patronage"if pressures
year 54 lovC director get $12,504 each. policy, "If anybody is were exerted on the neighborhood -
spend for its second agement supervisors; director was too to at-
of operation most of it home management aides; tract a qualified person and 'The board agreed Monday going to make errors about ooards.
going formularies. and 110 neighborhood the board instructed Executive that all new employes which people work in the Ills group would search
The budget I for the new workers. Director Richard Wea- in the neighborhood services neighborhoods, let it be the out the best persons to hold
centers would be selected ith people in the neighbor- the jobs, said the He\. Gib-
year which begins l this The EON; central office theily to increase it. He pointed -
month, will run from will have a fiscal planner at out that elcmntary school the approval of the people .hoods." son.
$378,500 to SI,357,655and
calls for opening three more

centers new programs.and starting The six several center CORE Chief Says Non Join'the NAACP

;* now in operation will
get more personnel.The .
EOP1 board also approved -

administering Monday the the budgetfor overall Dade- Violence Is Dead Buy of the Week

poverty programin
County, known as the Com-
munity Action Program, I The Congress of Racial At a recent demonstrationin the meaning of the slogan.He I 2 bedroom, tile roof, carport, Many extras,
which includes many activi- clarified the term used FHA, $12,300 no closing costs. $400 down.
Philadelphia, Miss., Mc-
Equality director
ties outside the centers. $72.54 monthly.
budget totals $523,000 said in New York Sunday that Kissick said many demon earlier this month at CORE'S
compared with $104,000last 'non-violence is dead because strators were ,armed sand a national convention in Balti- 299 NW 40 STREETCBS

year. it can't be taught." nationally known religious more, as "the and developmentof economic 2 bedroom, ] bat, corner, large Fla room,
Federal funds financed 90 Floyd McKissick, duringa leader-not Martin Luther political FHA $11,500 or.$350. $82.97 monthly.
per cent of both budgets. power by members of minority
television interview, refus- King-carried
The budget for the neigh a gun. groups." 8201 NW 25 AVENUE
ed to accept any blame for Cecil Brown Jr., national he said,
borhood for
centers provides
the riots in Chicago during treasurer of CORE, in Mil- CBS 3 bedroom, 1 bath, built-in oven, fenced
the new positions of a coordinator "there may be some people
who 'would set up a which Negro gangs used waukee on Sunday, proposed a who would use that as an yard, corner, carport, $13,000 FHA $400 down
credit union for the poor power.CORE'S" slogan of "black summit meeting of leaders of excuse for violence." payment. $84.59.

and a director of consumer The idea of black civil rights groups to clarify
education, both salaries at has been known to Negroesfor power -- -- LARGE 2 BEDROOM, I BATH
$8,496. j Each will have an a long time, McKissicksaid. Fla nom, air condition, fenced yard, on the
assistant making $5,500. He named W. E. B. water, garage, see now, FHA. $400 down payment.
Besides a neighborhood DuBois, Paul Robeson and
services coordinator who 1290 NW 81 STREETCBS
Adam Clayton Powell as Negroes STEREO TAPE RECORDER
earns $14,000 a year; his who have written about 3 bedroom, corner, wall to wall carpet,

black power. huge Fla room, no qualifying, $13,900 total

FREE CHEST Referring around to the racial country disturbance VET TVTED price, $90 pays everything. Easy down paymentlWE

caught in no position to put
Chest X-Rays will bet out fires which the white man AETNA REALTYBROKER
available on the ChristmasSeal has created." 379-7735
Mobile Chest X-Ray Unit McKissick said CORE was

of the Dade-Monore TUbercu- still holding classes in non- 846 NW2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 811 NW 54th St. 757-5724
losis and Respiratory Dis- violence, but "we're not get-
ease Association, for all Dade ting much response."
residents 18 years of age and

over, at the following loca-
... tions:

.I"{"' Thursday, July 28, Club
Titki, Coconut Grove, Grand
Ave and Douglas Rd. Hrs.
12-3 and 47.Friday .

July 29, NW 2nd
Ave., & 8th St., Miami. Hrs.

12-3 and 47.Monday "

August; 1, Ritz
Theatre, NW 2nd Ave. & 10thSt.
., Miami. Hrs. 12-3 & 4-7. 6483 TAFT ST.PALM SPRINGS MILE 5757 N.W. 27th AVE.PERRINE 9843 'rellef.'
Tuesday, August 2, Circle W. Hollywood 1375 W.49th St. SHOPPING CENTER
Theatre Curtiss Hialeah, Fla. MIAMI FLA. Miami, Fla.
y 33 Parkway, 945-0381 P rrin ,Fla.
Miami springs. Hrs.4. and 21.1761 635-0736 635- 73 231.2901.56.1

Wednesday, ,August 3,

W. Dixie Highway, Hrs. 1-4
and 5-8.

Thursday, August 4, NW
3rd Ave., (Miami) and 19th St. 4 l Foam
Hrs. 12-3 and 4-7. pc. Sectional

Friday,Augusts,Grand way,
NW 54th St. & 11 Ave.,Miami. _
Hrs. 12-3 and 4-7. ,
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