The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028321:00427

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/ 43, No. 49 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST S, 1966 20 PAGES r.. Fw

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Judge Says Denial Of Detective \ p

Promotions "Gross Injustice"Car :,

"Gross injustice" was the rank equal to the work they m1 0 ; r'
way a judge described the were performing. Detective
I" Kills 4.Y lar-Old Girl denial of a request from eight work is normally performedby
Negro Miami policemen who sergeants. The men had
On Third Avenue wanted civil service promotions failed In the civil service promotional -
under the grandfather exams in the past.
t Valorie Houston, four- the front right wheel."I clause. Judge Charles Carroll
year-old girl of 355 NW 16th have three little child- The appeal court upheld a dissenting opinion,said the
Terrace, was fatally injured ren of my own," he told offi Circuit Court Judge Grady city's refusal to grant the
Tuesday when she was hit bya cers. "My heart is sick. L. Crawford in a 2-1 vote' promotions represents "a
car on NW 16th St.. at Third lie had looked north as he and ruled that the policemen gross injustice."
Ave.The approached one way, south- failed to show that they had "The duty to which the
child died on the way bound Third Ave., at 12:35: earned the promotions be- policemen were assigned," ti
to Jackson Memorial Hospital. p.m. he said. Then he startedto cause they had been assigned he said, "was, plain clothes
The driver was Chancy Can- drive through the intersection detective duties. duty in criminal investigations -
non, 41, of 1719 NW Fifth Ct. Cannon told investi- '-
The lawmen, who have under supervision of I
Cannon told police he gators.
heard a "little bump" against He said he never saw served from four to 15 yearsas the chief of detectives. i
"If that isn't detective Viet Nam Hero Home
detectives work
his car. When he got out he Valorie, who was standing on "acting said ;
found Valorie pinned under the southeast comer. they deserve promotions to a what is it?" -

j Wife Receives Master's :

I Kilpatrick And Ansin Head Action Board"It I; Home after over a year flying combat missions bin

will be- the function of meeting of the recently ap- will be completed at the next in attendance. The praises of Viet Nam is Captain Clifford McDuffy. He was .1 s !
this board to spread a net of pointed Emergency Community meeting of the board sche- Mrs. Range for realizing that the security officer of the 221st Air Surveillance !
safety over the City of Miami. Action Board. The board duled for Tuesday, August 9. "it can happen here" and Company before being assigned duties as platoon ; ;
We must let everyone know elected George W. Kilpatrick, dreaming up the idea of this commander and section chief. During his tour of I
that Miami is -not the place grocer, chairman; Sidney An- board to "prevent it from .
for racial violence." sin, TV Channel 7 president, The luncheon meeting was happening here," were loud duty in Viet Nam he flew in excess of 1,000 combat
These were the words of vice chairman and Mrs. Warner held Wednesday at the home of and numerous. and combat supported sorties and was awarded the
City Commissioner M.Athalie court reporter as secre- Mrs. Range with some 30
Miamians, representing both VietNamese Cross of Gallantry with silver star (the
Election of officers
Range in her opening re* tary. "Dead serious" and highly -
marks at the organizational and appointment of committees races and all walks of life enthusiastic was a Ca- country's second highest award). Also awarded him

... tholic priest, a Bapti s t by the army was the Air Medal with 15 oak leaf
minister, an Episopal priest, clusters. Other awards pending are the Distinguished -
t a disc jockey, radio television station Flying Cross and the Bronze Star.
d owner grocer,
station president and several McDuffy, a native of Miami, is a graduate of
newspaper men. There was a Dorsey High School and Florida A&M University.
relations man, a Metro -
public '
judge,and twq, attorneys. During his years at Dorsey High he played varsity
football, baseball and was a member ,of the school
a c ,' r'v Also in attendance and band.At ,;
: pledging unlimited support Florida A&M he was commander of the

,. was an insurance executive, ROTC Cadet Corps, a member of the marching and ,
I bank executive, hotel mana8, concert bands, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., f "

k 9 Ot manager ger, an, apartment court reporter house, ft$ and Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. Capt. Mcil"!

football coach, juvenile of- "' Duffy is an expert infantryman ,a paratrooper and 1

ficer, a librarian and a nite L holds a current aviation instrument rating as a pilot.
t club bouncer and others. b His lovely wife, the former Miss Iva R. Perry,

k tf ? Lt is also a native of Miami and a graduate of Dorsey
All of these Miamians of High School. She attended Clark College in Atlanta :
.different races, religions, with honors. her husband's
professions, and financial I and graduated During ',,
standing have answered the tour of duty in Viet Nam she attended Barry College '

call to duty and joined them- here in Miami and received a master's degree July
selves together for the noble; 29.

purpose of keeping the Cityof Mrs. attended Indiana and
Miami free from the devastating McDuffy University
_______________ 4 wrath of racial Austin Page State College during the period her
Y ::1:1Kitt violence as has been ex- husband was with the 101st Airborne Division at

perienced by other cities in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. She has worked at Florida
this great nation.It .
.e. A&M and at the dependent school for military

n was pointed out Jy children at Ft. Rucker, the Army's aviation centerin
Mrs. Range that this board Alabama.

would not be funded by the Capt. and Mrs. McDuffy plan a tour of Jamaica

City of Miami and everyone, before departing for his next duty assignment at \
g. nz7 regardless of his duties,wouldbe
expected to work 'gratis. the aviation center and then to Ft. Benning, Ga.

The only "prestige to be where Mrs. McDuffy has accepted a teaching posi

b A gained from your service will tion. Mrs. McDuffy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
w come from Almighty God" and W. O. Perry Sr., and Capt. McDuffy is the son of
right thinking people, Mrs.
Range said.A Mrs. Albertha McDuffy. Photo by Jay Baker

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w4. ir Big Money Suits Best Weapon>- :''I

r m Against Civil Rights Violators :

City Commissioner M. Athalie Range Is flanked by G. W. Kilpatrick, chairman, Miami lawyer said last Lawyers must get interested In the other, police in rural
and Sidney Ansin, vice-chairman of the Emergency Community Action Committee. Wednesday in Los Angeles Colson said: "eitherfor Florida set fire to a field
Bottom photo shows the group at the organizational luncheon meeting Wednesday at that civil damage suits will profit or for principle"-in when a Negro chain-gang prisoner :
home of Mrs. Range. Johnson of Miami photo. be the most potent weapon getting those who have had on a farm labor crew
against civil rights violationsby their civil rights violated into failed ,
to return from 'lunch. ",
police and others becauseof court. The prisioner was horribly
I j the "pocketbook hurt." burned but survived and won a
I Killed 3 Injured 'In Crash He cited two instances to $78,000 verdict. \
Bill Colson, a past president show that even all-white I
of the American Trial Southern juries will return "Even a white southern
Lawyers Association (ATLA) large damage awards for Negroes jury was offended,*' Colson
jured' in the collision. lIe re- \
Charles Lester 27 of berts, 29. of 14460 Carver
said attorneys have both the when their rights have said. "It shocked his con :
10701 SW 146th St. was killed ceived a fractured skull when Drive a passenger, was reported opportunity and an obligation been trampled. science." r
Saturday night when his his father, Paul Roberts Jr., in satisfactory condi- to do something about it.
foreign-made station wagon 35. of 14125 Madison St., tion. Mrs. Barbara Roberts "An old federal act dating :
rammed an oncoming 'car, rolled Richmond Heights, hit Les- 29 was treated and released. "We're not getting any He said that in one case, a back to the Civil War let's you I
over, and was struck from ter's car from behind. where with criminal action," Miami policeman shot a 15- sue if, under color of lawv, I
behind by another car on SW The child's father was Samuel Lee Bryant, 18 of he said to the 20th annual year-old Negro boy who re- your rights have been violated -
152nd St. near 107th Ave. admitted to Baptist Hospital 13833 Van Buren St. driver of convention of the ATLA. "I fused to halt in a chase. A ," Colson said. "I rr r
Five-week-old Timothy in serious condition witH the third car, and his passen- want to do something to get jury returned a 4232,000 ver- don't think many lawyers t
Roberts was seriously in head injuries. Sinclair Ro- gers, were not injured. violence off the street. dict. know this."


2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 5, 1966

Sigmas Seek National DistributionOf

Poverty Program News .

did not want to buck the white
Delegates attending the cooperation with local grass 1yyf 4t
of their towns
52nd Annual Convention of root leaders and organizations power structure
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, within the communities or upset traditional mores;
this time when
Incorporated will be askedto where Sigma has chaptersand especially at
North and the
Negroes in
endorse and implementthe members.
formation of a National The Commission is sought South are campaigning for

Commission For the Dissem- because of complaints of citizens their civil rights.
The 52nd Annual Convention -
ination and Distribution of to regional J Directors
News of all Programs emi- and local chapter presidents of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity a
mating out of the Office of of Phi Beta Sigma which said will be held attheSta-
tler Hilton Hotel Los An-
Economic that ,
Opportunities in certain local home town
Washington to grass root officials in their respective geles, California, August 14
Negro communities. communities fail to distribute through 18th, 1966. The
The project to be information Business and Social session
presented to Negroes in
C. Melvin Patrick their either of the 'onvcntlonsponsored
by Na- town because they LL
tional Director of Publicity by Alpha Upsilon, Delta
of the Fraternity calls for a Gamma.and Phi Beta Sigma
National Commission structured Chapters of the National fraternity _

and directed by the national in the Los Angeles .. _.
areas and the Sigma Sha __ V ''''''
fraternity, working in
dows. The general chairman Master of Science dgreees were conferred upon these five Dade County teach.

of the 52nd Annual Conven- ers last Friday night by the Right Reverend Monsignor Peter Rellly, J. C. D. at the
PHI DELTA KAPPA tion is Gilbert W. Lindsay, Barry College 1966 summer graduation. Left to right are Mary Howell Bannerman I

BASILEUS a member of the Los An- Thelma Greene, Beatrice Hamilton Burns, Iva Perry McDuffy, Margaret Larkins and
geles City Council. The Co-
Photo Frank Johnson
Monsignor Reilly by
ENTERTAINSMrs. chairman of the meetings is
Dr. Wesley King, H. A. How-
Marjorie Rhodes, ard, President of Phi Beta this was one of the best Eddie Collie S. W.
newly elected Basileus of Sigma Chapter is Coordinator ATTENDED GRAND conferences ever had and he Leon Goree, J. E.,
National Sorority of Phi Deha of all conclave activi- CONFERENCEDeacon enjoyed the hospitality Knowles, S. D., H.
Kappa, entertained a few of ties. shown him while in 'New Or J. D., W. Smith, DcaCail! ;
the members at a luncheon on Among the activities plan- Leroy Grant, Alfred Burrows, Tiler,
Saturday, July 23 in her ned is a Public Meeting to Worshipful Master for the leans.Other officers for King; Hunter, Treas. and
beautiful home. She outlined be held on the University King Hirem Lodge No. 1, Hirem Lodge are Deacon Burrows, Sec.
plans for next year and appointed Ancient Free and Accepted.1
of Southern California'sCampus
committees. The Masons here in Miami attendedthe w tt attwNt wttwia-.alr.att.aa.aa+..
committees were asked on Sunday after- \ ::;., rj.j, ,
to Grand Lodge Conferencein ., ,v
bring in their plans at the first Rho Sigma Chapter of Phi noon, August 14. The Meeting New Orleans presided over 'r ,
meeting in September. Beta Sigma fraternity selected will be addressed by Dr. by Prof. W. T. Meade Grant Double Deck Bar & Lounge
Those sorors enjoying this Raphu Williams as its delegate Paul F. Lawrence, Associate Jr. 33 degree, President 1 ,
hospitality were: Iona Dukes, to attend the National Superintendent of Public General for the General Grand
Helen Holton. Pauline Cooper, Conclave in Los Angeles, Information and Chief of the Masonic Congress, and GrandMaster 726 NW ,79 STREET.
Emma Williams, Margaret California, August 1419. Division of Higher Education for the M. W. St. An-
Smith, Lillian Davis, Mable Williams will work with the NOW FEATURING
Olover, the California State Depart- drew's Grand Lodge.
retiring basileus various committees and vote
Mary Lou Nixon and two of for his local chapter in Miami ment of Education. The meeting -
her house guest from New He has also been instructed to will be chaired by EarlC. The conference started Ju- lert Wallace at the OrganNIGHTLY
York. Soror Enid Johnson was' invite the conclave to Miamiin Broad, Judge o the Su- ly 2 at 9 a.m. and closed July .
also present. 1969.Miamian's perior Court of Los Angles 4 with a joint session with the ; .i fr,

and Wesley B. Brazier, Executive the Electra Grand Chapter of ,*fe ,;' ,: ,
l Director Eastern Stars. .. '.' ,:" '::' .}
of the Los
\\:1\,1'/... .' .. ",
Angeles Urban league. Deacon Grant stated that
I Play Wins

I 'Book Of The Month'of \ \

"Behold Cometh The Van the off-Broadway productionof e ONLY
.. derkellans," the three-act Mr. Mackey's one-act play .
controversial play. about "A Requiem For Brother X'*"

Negro Middle Class by Den officially,opensv *, .. Liberty Homes Estates
ver playwright, William Wellington Mr. Mackey is a native of
Mackey, ahs been
Miami, He is a, graduate of
Month"selcted as choice the "Book for Octoberand of the .Southern University, 'Baton offers you so much valueBRANDNEW

Rouge and received the mas-
November by the Negro
Book Club of America. The ters degree from the Univer-
sity of Minnesota. He presently -
Negro Book Club is the major
resides in Denver where he
organization of its type which
writes and is executive
deals pro-
specifically with the
distribution and ducer-director of the Points
Afro-American literatureThe East Theatre Workshop. E e I

club has a membership
50,000 and a distribution
focale throughout the United 'DONNA DYKES IS

States a d Africa and other I FIRST PRESIDENTOF

foreign Vanderkellans countries. has also j PERFORMINGARTS with such outstanding features as

,been selected to be among

the representative literatureby The members of the Per- .
Afro-Americans, that will I forming Arts Society of the SOLID SODDED
be used for displays, etc. ]Paul La Pierre School of I LOTS
during the 1966/67 Promotion[ 'Musical Arts, recently se-
Tour of the book club. Mackey 'lected Mrs. Donna Dykes as
has been commissioend to 'the first president of their

make the tour and to make, society.Mrs. .
special appearances in be- Dykes has been a
half of the book club. The member of the group for a long
cover will cover the following ]period of time. She is the
cities. wife of Mr. Bobby Dykes who |
is a boxing commissionerand
Minneapolis, Miami, New i is owner of the Bobby ]
York City, Philadelphia, New 1 Insurance Agency, and The
Orleans, Baton Rouge, New 'Grove Club which was recent

Jersey, Washington, D. C., ly opened in Coconut Grove,

Chicago, Los Angeles, San Fla. __
Francisco, Atlanta, Detroit, Mrs. Dykes is a soprano:
Pittsburg Denver, and other and usually sings popular Iii j] :,
key American cities. music and light classics. Her vr
The promotion tour will performance in the concerts at That's rightl The new homing bill makes any ex-serviceman MEW LIBERTY
also include the the Alcazar, Deauville and (or woman) ESTATES
c. 134 Negro oligiblt for e$295down payment on a home.That's HOMES ,
All .
He ftI
colleges and institutions in Fontainebleau Hotels has why you must com see Liberty Hornet Estates adjacent to re: USthJT.LIBERTJ 11
the United States.Vanderkellans. verified the fact that she is Liberty Gardens In booming northwest Miami. If you want the Terrazzo flpors .
not only glamorous but has thrill of living in Sodded
your own homo at loss than you'd pay for rent, lots LIBERTY
is being excellent voice control. come toe our three model houses today. You'll live better in 75'11oo'lIlnlmull :
released by 'zazel Books, Liberty Homes Estates.BEAUTIFUL size lot ... GARDENS B
Inc. of Denver, August 1. City water and : 111th ST.
The play was first presentedby 2,38 4 BEDROOM HOMES13900 sewage:! system 3 3
Sliding patio doors Z _
the Eden Theatrical Workshop WIGS From $19.95 Choice of exterior

of Denver, during the 100* HUMAN HAIR and interior colors SCHOOL 207th ST.
1965-66 theatrical season. Start your own business 12,200 oil this end morel
The book will also be Full or part time m Close I to major
placed among the files in the H.r.'s all you need expressways, closeto SNAKE CREEK CANAL
darned "Schomburg Collectionof An investment In on. "Wig shoppinglBUILT )
Negro Literature and His Qu..n" wig at our WHOLE* as little as J3 per monthVA
tory," which is located in SALE price plus DEAL. BY( THE JANIS

New York City. It will be ER'S.will LITERATURE supply at no charge.whichw and FHA FINANCING CORPORATION IIJrd ST.

catalogued among a new sec Our Quality and Prices
tion in the library: Contem- can't bo boat. Ask for
porary Negro WritersVoicesof Froo Illustrated color

<. Protest. Information.Folder with prices and 'I HOMES ESTATES
The New York campaign "WIG QUEEN"by COSMOS
will officially begin duringthe Dept. W/2 110 E. 125th St.
middle of September whm New York 35 N.W. 27th AVENUE
at 211th STREET PHONE 624-4071

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IMrs. 1 Mrs. Thelma L. GreeneWAS
a recent graduate from
Alexander Brooks, Director of Nurses; Evelean Floyd, Mrs. Zaval, Coordi- Barry College. She received a
I nator, Youth Hospital Aide Training, ARC; Gloria Moss, Altoise Thomas and Myra muter of science in Educa-
'Colebrook. tion with a major in guidance
and counseling and certification -

I Christian Hospital Candy Stripers Receive PinsA Greene in, who mathematics.has been teaching Mrs.-

in Dade and Palm Beach

class of Candy Stripers Moss; Thorn r D. Miller,. tients; and to the AmericanRed counties for 14 years, is the
received pins and certificateson Director of Youth Activitiesand Cross for the opportunityto wife of Dr. George H. Greene. ,
last Friday afternoon in Mrs. Zaval, Coordinator, continue teaching and She has two sons, George
the Medical Records Room of Youth Hospital Aide Training, training youthful volunteers.The Greene III, presently an associate
Christian Hospital, Inc., 4700 both of the American Red manager of Radio
NW 32nd Avenue. Cross House and Candy Stripers (so Corporation of America and
Chapter ; Lambert Green,North western's Mr. and Mrs. William E. Bryson of Murfreesboro,
Myra Colebrook (Edison), Mrs. O. Robert Love, memberof called because of their blue 1963 valedictorian who graduates Tenn., announce the marriage of their daughter, Bar-
and white stripped uniforms)
Evelean Floyd (Northwestern), the Board of Trustees ,
and Dorothy Ham, Gloria Christian Hospital, Inc. will continue their volunteer next Morehouse with major College in- bara to Airman Second Class Christopher N. Mitchell,
Moss and Altoise Thomas work on a daily basis until mathematics year a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Mitchell, 1530 NW 153rd St., .,
(Jackson) had completed six Mrs. Brooks, who has September, after which they pure and a minorin Opa-locka.
much experience in training will work on the .weekends as physics. Says Mrs. Greene,
practical weeks of training work-under-theory and the high school volunteers at long as they maintain a high "It isn't easy but with hard The bride is visiting at the home of her future in-

capable direction of Mrs. Charity Hospital, Savannah, quality of scholastic achieve- study, many sacrifices and" laws. A shower will be given in her honor by her aunt
Alexander Brooks, directorof Georgia, expressed appreciation ment. Volunteers may apply faith in God,it is being done. Mrs. Annie Bell Harris at 7762 NW 8th' Ct. The wed- '

nurses at the hospital. to the parents for en- for training through their high ding will take place August 20 in Murfreesboro. Aftera
Quests attending the brief couraging their daughters to school Red Cross Chapters, JESCA'S DAY
brief honeymoon the couple will reside in Miami.
ceremony and enjoying the refreshments volunteer; to the Candy Future Nurses Chapters or ,
that followed included Stripers for their fine work direct contact with the American CAMP CLOSING I
four parents: Mr. and (especially during Hurricane Red Cross Chapter House ....
Mrs. Arthur Colebrook, Mrs. Alma) and for the excellent Headquarters, 5020 Biscayne PROGRAM ---"", .
Lucille Drown and Mrs.. Bell rapport established with pa- Boulevard. '.: '1 'Xi II'a'( II t H1
weeks of ,. 1ji( Y4I'I .
exciting , ;" 1 "
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activities will be depicted at If ;I .' "... '" "Ir
: l)r'., h"liP"' ,'HE..a.Lu', ",.. t44' ytl1'' ;
the closing program of JamesE. '4gEk I1, ; \ ", ''Nl<< \ a a ,. !
Miami Gets 10 VISTA Volunteers Scott Community Association's ,, '' Ckoned '&:Oi I..;i ,I' : ;. '1 ,1.1, .o!, 1'1Adiusi.T"iOns'w"
Day Camp. Midget "
: t A :
Junior campers campers(pre-schoolers(age )7-13)and fre 'H tdl.t'.tt.; ,,.,,) 'Tohilott: ..\. i it.

Extend Mobile Dental Clinic will delight in welcoming you .,* ,
to their "Camp Jamboree", Checlc'cI, ,Wiiri I p'ld'Yeat : \ t
Thursday, August 4 at 7:30 Guairaititee' 'rrA
The Board of Directors of VISTA group to work among The board not only ap- p.m. at James E. Scott Homes : ." r
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Dade's poor. proved the refunding of' try -All 'Makes'! iModels t' ,
the Economic Opportunity Auditorium 7200 NW 22nd Ave. I ,,', ,
of Dade County Two volunteers will be mobile dental clinic, but The of will '" "
Program, Inc., last day camp CALL 634-6242 'IR13.258
accepted a proposal to assigned to Metro-Dade Coun- asked for a study to expandthe be Friday, August 5. : : :
accept 10 VISTA volunteers ty Urban Renewal Agency to program.
Monday for four prime projects to help families solve their The mobile clinic visited
throughout the county. relocation problems; four will 12 public schools during the flnuuFOR i
The board also approved work with junior high school past year in the poverty areas
the refunding of the year-old youngsters in neighborhood and treated a total 1,283 stu- THE FINEST APARTMENTS AT MODERATE RATESCALL
mobile dental clinic at a cost projects; two will develop dents without cost to their
of $55,000. The clinic provides recreational programs in areas parents.
free dental care for where there are none; and two
in the poverty will research cases for the 1AL
youngsters 4Qii
areas of Dade County. legal service program.
The volunteers will be Mrs. Betty Lou "Barbicri,
under 'the sponsorship of the director of community re- the
EOPI. VISTA volunteersare resources, said some of the
currently working with the volunteers may arrive by Sep- 1o''riGp RENTAL
Miami Housing Authority and tember if the right person can :
with migrant laborers in South be matched with the local AA .
Dade. This is the third projects by that time. :



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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday; :Atlgust'5,1966 .7'"r.. _

To Be Equal


q by Whitney M. Young Jr.
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor ond Publisher By Booker T. Hayes

GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor Executive DIrectOrNattOnaI Urban Leap

OSCAR W. WEAVER Circulation..AdvrtUln Manger On Monday the nation was shocked students by the execution and EDUCATION AND INTEGRATION
Mombor of tho National N.wspap.rs PublUkori Association passersby of on innocent the University and of Texas campus. Mass (Last of three articles

SUBSCRIPTION RATES murders such as this have become commonplace in our The last two columns have discussed the
ONE YEAR $3.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 American society. In each case the individual suffer.responsible lems of getting integrated quality education for J

has decided that society too must; public schools and some of the suggestions
E"torollf as Second Class Mats.,, August 9, 1927 at the Post The public response to such hideous crime is that the have been made. But the key to the school whirl,
Office at Miami, Florida, under tho oct of March e, 1876 individual went berserk. This appraisal of a crime lies to
and the incident the people--the teachers, pupils, and the admin
Office ot 6740 NW ISth Avonuo Phone OX 1-0421 against mankind Is usually accepted trators. *
forgotten by all but the directly involved unt.ll an

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" atrocity of equal or greater magnitude is committed. The teachers ,stand at the heart of the school \It;

TKo NEGRO PRESS boliovos that Anorica can best lood Little or no thought is given to the part society has system, yet this important profession is ,
tho world from racial and notional antagonism whoa it accords played in the creation of this individual whose pur- and undervalued. Most cities grossly
to .".'1 Man regardless of roce, crood or color his to be to commit the crime to end all underpaid not pay '
human and legal rights Hating no man, fearing no man-th* crimes.An pose appears. their teachers as much as industry or surburban

N.gro Press strive to help every man In tho firm belief that examination into the backgrounds of the two schools pay, thereby losing the most promising I
all men ere hurt as long' anyone la hold. back.
responsible for the latest shockers furnish a completely talents.
different picture, thus making it impossible to Teachers who have stayed In the central city ;

FHA PROJECTS establish a set of guide lines by which future actions are faced with the problem of changing school popufe. !;

leading to such wholesale slaughter can be detected. tions. As whi te middle-class youngsters move out of j

Washington tells that 42 FHA projects in Florida, When we consider the forethought of the perpetrator of the city, they are replaced by Negro children from j
10 of them in Dade County, are financially shaky the latest act we wonder if his actions were those 0 f disadvantaged homes. r

apartments backed by the Federal Housing Adminis- vengence or mercy. Notes testifying to the preplanning Children who seem to be incorrigible discipliner

tration. of his action tend to offer no motive for the exe- problems often just need special attention and can a

cution of others. He killed his mother to spare her the which is difficult to give to them when class sizes }
Dade's Brickell's Town House Tower
: McKay
tragedy of his deeds, with this apparent rationality
to 35 and 40. Cultural barriers create
Island Avenue Inc. Palo Alto run rf
Apartments, Twenty his hours before carrying out his I
thought on part only
When teacher asks slum child how ';
too. a many apples
Point View North Park 1
Apartments, Apartments, Bay elected role where then can we determine the breaking
Towers, Inc.,Bay Terrace, Caribbean Towers Cooperative him the role of remain if you have 24 and give away 12, he is askinga N
What then made execu-
? adopt
North Miami Nursing Home and Biscayne 21. point child who has never seen 24 apples and has never ''
tioner and become a menace to all mankind? Was his
actions mean to shock society into realizing that all heard of anyone giving anything away. Teaching in !
Florida's oldest city, St. Augustine, now boasts schools like this requires a zeal and a dedication :i'

of having erected the tallest steel cross in the world. is not When right.individuals from environments such as was which must be fostered. The spirit of a Peace Corpsman b

With floodlights, it can be seen by day or night. as his develop such a grudge against society is there of Vista volunteer must prevail. Perhaps our

The cross was erected on the grounds of Nombrede any wonder that Negroes too can reach the bursting school systems should give consideration! to this
Dios Mission its the Rev. Michael Gan-
by priest,
point. Has his past history of bearing suppressio kind of spirit in preference to some college creditsin
rendered him incapable of uncontrolled emotions? I education.

FATHER DE VANEY KILLED think the answer can be best determined by some of Unless teachers learn to deal with ,children on :,

the causes of the outbreaks. Our society is undergoing their own terms and not on a middle class basis, they
Msgr. Joseph de Vaney, counselor to Bishop a definite change. The Negro is destined to
will consider them educable. There are few suc
Coleman Carroll of the Catholic Diocese of Miami, have a greater role in the future of tie only country he
this action of Congress, conscien- cessful Negro professional people today who have not ;
was killed in a fall from a mountain in Montana last has known
Saturday.Fr. tious righteousness on the part ot society, or by national been told at one time or another to prepare for voce
attention to his cause produced by violence tional training and not to bother to go to college.

created by him. The Negro is determined to reap some Their teachers were mistaken because they underestimated
of Redeemer
De served Holy
Vaney as pastor of the harvest from his labors. The of Ameri-
majority the strength of of these children.
Parish and supervised the founding of three missions. many
cans feel that he is deserving of all of his rights but I
He was widely known and admired in Dade County. Simply to survive in the hell of a slum implies
there are others who would deny these rights becausefor qualities of strength and determination which could be

SIX MORE BOARD MEMBERS them this has represented the dividing line that used to motivate them. These children often have I .
made them appear taller in statue. From this minoritywe
a Style and flair which only needs careful nurturingto
. The Miami City Commission has appointed six find our misfits of society. They are enchantedwith in
bring fruition. I recently witnessed a parade
more members to the recently appointed Emergency the present status quo and will do anything to
which of these "uneducable" children partici
Community Action Board that came into existence as prevent 'change, change that becomes more evident some
a brainchild of Commissioner Athalie Range. with each passing day. pated. They were from a central Harlem neighborhoodand

Much of the unrest in Today's youthcan were decked out in uniforms and batons.

The new members are: The Rev. P. W. Williams, be traced to the two faces presented by our Their leader gave them a single command-a num

pastor of St. Luke's Baptist Church; Earl Carroll, society. The one side being that of emancipator of all ber-end they proceeded to give a breathtaking dis

insurance executive; John Leach, Hal Bergida, Judge the oppressed people of the world, attesting to the play of intricate steps and drills which lasted for

Arthur Maginnis and Nathaniel Dean. The board now equality of all men, and expounding the theory that several minutes. These six and seven-year-olds had

has 17 members. government should be of the people, by the people, mastered this demanding drill which required memory

and for the people. On the other side, we find bigotry, and expert coordination because they were properly

HERALD HELPS DAILY NEWS and hatred being preached by officials of the govern- motivated. They got attention and applause and they

ment supposedly elected by the people. Famine and developed a team spirit which made all things pos ,
have made
The Miami Herald and The Daily News
poverty running rampant in a society considered the sible. wanted to con
They weren't either
arrangements whereby The Herald will print and circulate richest in the universe. People and lazy they
both papers. The Herald will also sell adver- ploited because the color of their skin happens to bea tinue marching after the parade ended. U the same

tising for both papers. different hue. These are but few of the tarnishers motivation were offered, I know they could learn their

of the American image, but they offer quite a com- lessons as well as any other children, but someone

r The Daily News will publish six days a week. parison when weighted on the scales of justice.Is has to reach them with extra care and attention to ,

There will be no Sunday edition of the evening paper. there any wonder their derelects and warped make up for the wounds a segregated society inflicts
minds nourished in our society will continue to offer upon them.

Publisher James Cox said he sought the arrange- Americans a great challenge. It is the duty of the Another key to the schools is the administrators.U. .
ment to keep The News alive. The Miami News has American people to develop a cure for these ills that S. Commissioner of Education Harold Howe U
sustained heavy financial losses for many years. Th e appear to be affecting a majority of its youth. Some- told them at the School Administrator's Conference
where the line co-sponsored by the Urban and Teachers
is 70 old. along the American ideal has lost its League
paper years not
appeal. This is evidenced by the fact that they are College, that they must lead their communities,

willing to risk internal revolt to prevent some Americans follow them. He said they must put their jobs on the
The News remains under the control of the Cox line and in their
from exercising their rights. The American insist on meaningful integration
family where it has been even before Miami was born. should be"Step up brother and choose your seat" way but schools. I hope they take his advice for without their
James M. Cox Jr., continues as publisher of The
News, Bill Baggs as editor and Luckett Yawn as this is not the case. It appears that heritage allows leadership integration will be hard to achieve.
administrator. you to claim nothing. All privileges must be won by More men like Dr. Gregory C. Coffin, former sup

doing battle in one way or another and until this erintendent of schools in Darien, Conn., an affluent
attitude is dead we will continue to have revolts suburb 21
IMPROVEMENT against are needed. He resigned his post June
society, either by individuals or groups. after attempting to bring some diversity into a system
According to announcement, Hialeah and North which had and no
only a few students
very Jewish
Dade will soon be having sewer systems which is at
Negroes at all. He means
realized that integration
certainly a good thing for residents in those areas. children
.The Federal government has ok'd the sum $1,211.500 STATE CRIME COMMISSION as much for white children as Negro
for water and sewers. and that the future of our country depends to some

Florida's state officials" want a crime commission extent on this. He said: of these lily-white schools,

Many residents in the Liberty City area are wondering appointed. Secretary of State Tom Adams believes the "because of their money and position, these kids will

if they are included, and if not, why not? commission than enforcement should be an investigative agency rather probably be leaders, and they are being prepared

agency. that role with only a wildly unrealistic view of hIe.
Miami's Water and Sewer -
Department's budget The commission would
measure the
totals 14.956301 for 1966-67. There will be crime, define the natUre, uncover extent of

$37,536.310 for general city operations. Downtown for it, and gather evidence necessary persons for responsible conviction. Coconut Grove PeopleTo
Development Authority will get 1133500. The total r
amount of the budget will be 53243186. Adams said Florida ranked third in crime in an

annual report released by the FBI last week, although Talk Back

Homeowners will be taxed at the rate of $15.98 it ranked only ninth in population. The greedy fingers

for each $1,000 of assessed property valuations. of the mobs of New York, Las Vegas and Chicago, Coconut Grove will bewill feature Father Theodore
black hand of the Mafia come the ort the t en'air
LvFlorid are reaching deeply scene of an open- Gibson. President
City employees receiving up to $500 a month will Town Meeting Wednester Advisory com(utleei'hil.,
get an increase of $45 a month. Those making over Floridians at the day August 10. for a It will be held at grand 1 '
$500 will get a 10 percent increase. City Manager realistic in efforts state level had failed to be lips "66" Station d,
Reese gets 5 per cent increase, bringing his salary of State. "We have not to.fight crime, said the Secretary "Neighborhood Report to Avenue and Douglas RoB
IQ $27,562.50 plus $2,500 annual expense allowance. effectively provided the vehicle which can the People and The Chance starting at 8 p.m.
cross local jurisdictions for Them
boundaries To Talk Back." will
Our police come in for 15 per cent increase Attorney General Earl Faircloth and Ellis Rubin "* mfin*'sponsored by Among otherspeakersthe .
through the rank of and firemen Republican nominee for ;.V
sergeant, through attorney general, have Neighborhood Center orbe the Director of the elgrt
lieutenant; all higher ranks, 10 per cent. a similar crime commission. proposed gardzations of the Economic borhood Center, Nip

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 5, 9665

Mrs. G. Robert Love who for the past two years Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dean arrived from Nassau to
served as interim librarian fit Mays Jr.-Sr. HighSchool spent their honeymoon in the Magic City.The marriage
delivered a Rockefeller Lecture "Library Sciences to ceremony was performed Saturday, July 30 at St.
I the Migrant Child" on Monday, July 25.. at Atlanta s Church by Canon Addington Johnson. The
School of Library Science. This was the final lecture bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Strachan.She .
| of the MDEA institute. Mrs. Katherine Hepburn, librarian spent 11 years in England studying nursing and
| at Northwestern and Robert Ford, librarian Federal is employed as a Sister at the Princess Margaret
program Miami Jackson were also at the institute. Hospital. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
i SUNDAY AUGUST 7 IS FRIENDSHIP DAY William Dean. They are houseguests of their aunt ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy II. Grant are vacationing in Mrs. M. Johnson, 1531 NW 1st Court.
Whether: near or far,your friends will know they're Nassau as houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Glassford

in your thoughts so send a friendship card today.A Thompson of D. Nottage Estates, Soldier Road. J. V. Brown of Nassau, Bahamas, has been a
Good patient at Baptist Hospital for several davs and instill
Friend is a Blessing Denise Worthy of New York City and Audrey Rolleof reported on the serious list. Mr. Brown has had

What made us friendsin Pompano Beach are enjoying JESCA's day camp quite a career, having served as Board of Education
the long ago while visiting their aunt in Opalocka.Some teacher, commissioner, (magistrate) and registrar for

When first we met? ;:" :," of the members gathered at a family reunion the Labor Department. He retired recently because of
Well, I think I know r rs';'! held in Coconut Grove on last Sunday were Bessie ill-health.

Ip The best in me and the best in you Johnson, Bernice Carey, Eunice and David Davis, Little Ivern Kennedy Sweeting, son of Mr. and
Hailed each other because knew and Those participating in the
f they Carolyn Johnson.
Sweeting NW 18th Place
Mrs. Ivern Stanley 16351 ,
! That always and always ", Grove were Martha Williams, Evelyn and Pecola Opa-locka, returned home Tuesday after spending a
f Since the world began ,. ': Gibson, and Doris and Charlie Gibson. week in Nassau, accompanied by his sister, Miss
Our being friends I. ; Anna Grace Sweeting. Their sister, Gayle and Miss
Was part of God's plan! Frank D. Parker of Philadelphia, Pa. is visitinghis Patricia (Cookie Lynch) departed Sunday via FEC
daughter, Mrs. Ottilie Parker Prather and grand- Champion for a month's vacation in New York City,
NATIONAL SMILE WEEK daughter Gracita Romayne.

July 31 August 6) Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKellar, 5378 NW 29th Ave.
It's Time to Smile Stanley Saunders and Brother Patrick of New has announced the engagement of her daughter,
York City returned from an enjoyable vacation in the Dorothy Ellen Jenkins, to Eddie Fields, son of Mr.
.' Rozia and Leonard Ashe along with godchildren Bahamas and Little Exuma Island. and Mrs. Jim Fields, 1615 NW 153rd St. The bride- ;
Joy and Emily Seymour spent a delightful two weeks elect is also the daughter of the late Melvin Jenkins.A .
f r at Key West. Gilbert Styles has as houseguests the Kenneth September wedding is planned.
I' Huylers of Nassau and their children, Russell,Denise,
Samuel Blotch arrived from NYC Sunday eveningto
'" Nikki and Ken.
Ethel Primus has returned from a visit with her
''f ,'
/' Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mackey (Nita) are off to visit Key West.Iotas.
: 'j Charles Williams(Leila's hubby) became ill while relatives in New York. The Mackeys, of Opa-locka,

\ \/ vacationing in California. Charles was attending his motored up and expect to spend two weeks. Hold National
> ;m rands<>n's graduation. Friends wish for him a speedy To
1* recovery. Vincent and Margaret Moss of Brownsville has
1 announced the marriage of their daughter Mildred to

#';'t;':, Get well wishes to Claudia Jasper, Elouise Mr. George A. Applewhite, son of the late Rev. and Convention Aboard Snip
'I,Thompson; Kathleen eooper, Beatrice Eve and Mamie Mrs. J. C. Applewhite of Jacksonville. The ceremony
tat Mt. Sinai; Lucille Riou at Cedars of Lebanon. will be held at 2754 NW 46th St. on Sunday August 7,

at 4 p.m. Ossie Ware Mitchell, Na- from across the Nation are
**, Hazel and Nathaniel Davis have returned to their tional President, Iota Phi being joined l by family and
c IT Liberty City home after an extended vacation in the Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Pierce are vacationing in Lambda Sorority of Birmingham friends for this four-day
"1 northeast. Miami for two weeks. Mrs. Pierce is the former Miss Alabama an- cruise. The ship will embark
Mozelle Hall and pharmacist at Economy Drugstore.The nounced this week that plans from Miami and serve as :
$, Hazel C. Sanders and godchild, Marcia McDanielsof family are houseguests Mr. and Mrs. Robert for the 37th Anniversary Convention Headquarters.
Opa-locka, vacationed at the Holiday Inn near Key Parker. Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Hall are very proud and Convention, to be held In this relaxed atmosphere a
,w. West. have their daughter and family here from the motor aboard the m. v. NIL!, are special series of seminars and
city, Detroit. being'finalized. This vaca- workshops will l/econducted
Here from Gainesville are Joyce and Jeanne Cos- tion-oriented convention bids geared to the Sororitj program
; by, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. E. 'A. Cosby. well to be one of the most and structure.A .
J Mrs. Bessie Davis of 2155 NW 6th Ave. was put unique, exciting and interest- variety of activities are
: on the train Tuesday night by her children and headedto ing in IOTA'S history. planned aboard shop with
Our shocked and saddened the
community was by
Detroit for a month's vacation of rest and fun with Lota Phi Lambda Sorority special sightseeing tours
death of Msgr. De who fell to his death down
Vaney, relatives.The. is a National business while docked in Nassau and
the side of Mount Oberlin in Glacier National Park in organization. Its main pur- Freeport.

"Montana on Sunday. Msgr. De Vaney was a beloved Greater Miami Urban League Guild is sponsoring pose is to stimulate interestin Marion II. Jackson from .,
priest of Holy Redeemer before being transferred to a Pre-Labor Day, dance at ,the Biscayne Ter- business education among Washington). ('., is,serving -
Ft. Myers in 1959. race Hotel in the Star Light Room, Sunday, September young women.. > _' ) ) us National Convention 4
,:'! 4, 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. Delegates and visitors Chairman.
Mr. Ivan Rolle's nieces Dorothy R. Pattersonand
Chrystal Major have returned to New York afteran ,
enjoyable visit in the Magic City. CARD OF THANKSMrs. U.U' *

1 Connie Graham and daughters were guests of BEST START
Otillie Prather (the FoPthe
grandmother Bertha Bostic, before returning to New former Tillie Parker) wishesto
York they hopped to Nassau and enjoyed trie Bahamian exyend a special thanksto
beaches and nightspots. Dr. 0. A. Simpson, Dr. W.
A. Patterson jr., Rev. H. C.
Ruth Clarke took a day off from her teaching post McDowell, Rev. W. F. Savoy I
: in Nassau to bring daughter Barbara Muriel to spend and the effident'staff of the rr
t :' some tilDe with Hazel Lucas Grant and to attend Christian Hospital, also the
and relativesfor
,:il Northwestern. their servIces during my

;'*: Registration began Monday for two new James E. recent illness. t'r

<.:' Scott Community Association Day Care Centers. t.x ,
:i' Youngsters from 2% to 6 will be enrolled in the centers .
.''t which open August 29. The centers will accept Free
4' registrations from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through
; '! Friday. Chest XRaysFree

will b!
{\. Mrs. Effie Rowsler of Atlanta is vacationing with Chest X-Kays < '
the Christmas
1,;rt(' the Martin Simmons at their 68th Street home. available on
I Seal Mobile Chest X-Hay
Mrs. William (Ruth) Russell, Jr. of St. Louis is berculosis Unit and Hespirator

f. the houseguest of Mrs. Effie Russell. Disease Association, for all

A Dade County residents 18 j ? ,,
j, Houseguesting with Mrs. Harriet Outen are Mrs of age and over, at i
:: Alpheus (Louise) Rolle, her daughter, Helen and her the following locations:
cousin, Sislyn of Nassau.

Mrs. Richard (Mildred) Smith and granddaughter, Tuesday, August 4, N. If's' JACKSON'S TODDLE INN"
of Nassau are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. AlbertC. W. 3rd Avenue and 19th St. .
Smith. Miami, Mrs. 12-3 and 47. ; u_ ___ ._.

Visitors from Nassau are Mrs. Bessie Serkett and 5,Grand- .'NURSERY F-::; .
Friday, August
her brother Allan Gibson. While in the city, they were way, N.W. 54th SU & 11th r
houseguests of their aunt, Mrs. Edna Culmer. Ave., Miami. Hrs. 12-3 and KINDERGARTEN

Here from Atlanta to visit her parents Mr. and ''
Mrs. Martin Simmons, are Mrs. Claybon (Charlene) .PRIMARY GRADES
King, Jr. and daughter, Stephanie Yvette. Monday, August 8, Spic
& Span Grocery, N.W. 48th' '
After spending a week in Philadelphia, Penn., SL, & 27lh Ave. Mrs. 12-3 3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACE -
visiting relatives and friends, Blanche H. Dean is in and 4-7. aI'- \

the Big City (New York) for a few weeks. '
Tuesday, August 9, Hi: Telephone: NE 4.4308 ;, i
Prof and Millicent Wilson. are hosting Bernice Witt, 73 N.W. 8th St. lire. ,
and Angela Wilson of Philadelphia, Grouta Williams of 8 to 11 a.m. 123.Wednesday .
New York and Cecila Lewis of Melbourne. Visit us or toll for details
Mrs. I. 9. Jackswi-Moslcy, '
August 10,
Rowena Williams and daughter Brenda are vaca- Fidelity National Bank, Own.i Sup.rvi torl
tioning in Washington, D. C. with Rowena's twin sis- 5880 Bird Hood Hrs. 9-12
ter, Verbena Smith and family. and 13.
Tr'I N l
Association will + 'Y f
James E. Scott Thursday, August 11,The
with on
culminate its summer activities a program Miami Herald. No.1 Herald
August 4, 7:30 p.m. at their new home, 4900 NW 7th naza. Hrs. 8 to 11 a.m.and ...
Ave. You are invited. 12-3.

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday August 5, 1966 -rJ In charge of gift displaywas .
Miss Wane Reed Floating

hostesses for the eveningwere +a o NeWtt ntt nt atsev
Barn well, Cecilia -
Alice a AVarai
Dunn, Millie Gold, Addle r It aues '

{ Spencer, and Eugenia
1r.n 'v t

,,,lr 3 w ,y, ':rt Thegioom.nephewofthelateJ.W.Diake, long Baptist time Lovwe:,.& Restaurant 1 1v
John '
of St
pastor fol- eooe.ooi N, w ,askNoi.AVENUE '
providentially > ,.
Church: ,
V2Ur ,lowed in his uncle's footsteps.
rt He is pastor of Drake Me- OWNCO AND O..Ay..CI P5055 '
morial Baptist Church, a By JAMM ft NKAUK YouNoatooo Ne: 3-931
graduate of Florida Memo-
dal College. Mis. Dunn,
daughter of Mrs. Maggie
of Alabama
Gibson; a graduate
1 1't State and t'olumbiamaster's
instructor of i in
is an
Music in public school system of I | K"ljI I I DRIVE-IN THEATREWUBLEEXCITEMENT

i formerly minister .. ,!' v '
t \ music at St. John Baptist
) Church presently in this position -
at Drake
She is u member of Delta silo



Past Exalted Rulers

I Celebrate Silver Wedding AnniversaryIt invited Council you No.and 23, your IBPOB friendsto of W

attend their Mid-Summer
was a warm night and Bradley) of white brocade by Mrs. Samuel (Doreatha) Ball Saturday August Homestead 6 at 0' .
the "bride" paced the highly taffeta which tapered ele- Payne. Punch and frappe 9:30 p.m. at the
polished floors of her aircon- gantly about the legs with a toasts rang out inthecandlelit Armory.
ditioncd home smiling and status touch of multi-colored flowerful bower with wed- ,
greeting the more than 50 oysters shell sequin trim that ding bells dangling and
guests as they called,bearing lay closely In a circle aroundthe lights twinkling from the BENEFIT FOR
gifts and good wishes and neck line. Her shoes were chandelier over the anniversary wN
departed leaving their bless- of white satin and adorningher cake decorated with real JIMMY GLOVER AT S NVM
ings. The many guests in raven hair was a queen- flow ers. The center p l'Ceofthe JAZZVILLE MONDAYWMBM
", high fashion dress were in ly Jeweled tiara. She carrieda buffet table was designed by
attendance at the Silver Wedding "silver" orchid with restless Caputo 's florist. Sam Ca- disc jockey Alan
Anniversary given by streams of silver ribbon puto, holder of the Italian Rock's Jarzville at the Seville ,i.'
the bride's (Pauline Gibson afloat. The Rev. Dunn worea distinguished award for Hotel will hold a spe- t
Dunn) son and daughter- tuxedo for the celebrationand floral designing made the cial benefit jazz concert Mon-
in-law, the Richard Paul in the lapel was a silver silver piece of carnations day night August 8, for jazz THEY ruwoun' ncratu h nucutm with snci ur m MTU wnmau
Dunns. boutonnaire. sprayed gold that formed a bass player Jimmy Glover who
Registering guests were is in Jackson Memorial Hos- STICK UP
The vows were renewed In pyramid with extension on
Mesdames WillieJ.Nancy) an area of the couple's either side. pital charity ward. Jimmy,who THE Smmia lisi
Green and Gilbert Knowles; lavished home that had been at one time was with the great
these ladies were respectively specially decorated by Mis. Attending the "bride and Dinah Washington was con- MARY
attired in an exciting shadeof Ernest (Elisabeth)Cu rtis.An groom" were Mr. & Mrs sidered one of the three top
aqua and gorgeous pink illusion of white and silver Lee Melvese) Mikell. Mrs. jazz bass men in the countryin IN MID- T.-
which were exquisitely de- tulle and lace made curtainsas Mikell chosea stunning dress the early 50's. ATLANTIC
signed for the occasion. a backdrop for thecouple, of bl ue with w hite accessories.
Promptly at 8:30 the a profusion of white gladiolas The Punch and 1'iappe The concert will begin at FIRST MIAMI SHOWING
couple renewed their mar- decked either side. It bowls, encircled in real 10 p.m. and last till 5 a.m.
riage vows as the Rev. I. C. was not hard to tell it was a flowers were presided over Admission will be a $1.00 ALSO IN COLOR
Mickins, pastor of Mt Olivette silver anniversary.'Ithpro- respectively by Mrs.Doiothy donation at the door. Appear-
Baptist Church asked the fessional touch Elizabeth Brown who wore prismatic ing at the concert will be the "SUMMER PLACE"
pertinent questions "Do you Curtis decorated the entire colors of blue-turquoise in a Ira Sullivan Four, Charlie TROY DONAHUE SANDRA DEE
Austin, the Pete Ponzell
"re-take" this woman etc. home which gave dignity, chiffon side draped dress and
The "bride"designed her: charm and gaily. Beautiful M/s. G orgianna Collins in a Quartet, comedian Allan
own gown (made bv Mrsfc""'"nuptial J music was rendered _beige ensemble of oigan/a. Drake, comedian Peter Woods,
folk singer,Vince Martin,Alan
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neighborhood, and was so completely; disgusted thatI You'll find him in Harry's American Bar. If he could
was happy that I had not sold my house. At least, I play golf as well as he can sing, nobody could beat'
know that the neighbors I have now try to keep their him, including Snead, Player and Palmer Lionel
homes in good shape and their yards look dam good. Hampton really had Harry's jumping the past two

When the fellow is a few days late cutting my grass, I weeks "My Place" is a swinging room with Dino

DeRose, Carol Joyce, Jack Prince, Jeff Addams, and
look at theirs and get ashamed of mine. They are good
and Dave. Y'all welcome. It's Biscayne
neighbors, white and Negro, and it is a quiet, respec- Jessie
table neighborhood, right on the fringe of the Liberty Boulevard at the county line opposite the Gulfstream
City area. Let's help educate our less fortunate Race Track Judge John D. Johnson, EOPI Center
li 11'tvt + brother in matters like this. Come on you "leaders"and Director at Brownsville is taking a much needed rest
BY DAVE BONDU let's get this done. during his vacation time Your's truly cuts o\\t for
While we're at it, in Eleanor Hart's column on vacation August 23 for three weeks. While I am away,
the column will be done by guest writers Bassistl
Sunday, there were several replies to a letter con-
Alter six "up and down1' weeks, we have finallycome cerning this same topic. There was one letter stating Jimmie Glover, who formerly played with the late great
to the end, of our Sepia Mayor's contest, and that the Negro family that had moved into their area Dinah Washington, was released from the hospital re-
have the final results of this long awaited affair. In had improved the property they bought and "the rea- cently after a prolonged illiness. WMBM's DJ Alan
the beginning, Patrick Range grabbed the lead, then son so many people are against integration is that Rock, is throwing a benefit show Monday, August 8, at
Bill Wynn kept it for two weeks, then Patrick,Range they are ignorant of the Negro. Should "idealist" sell the Seville Hotel on Miami Beach, and all of the entertainers -
was top man again. An "horse" in the will be hand to help Jimmy
unsuspecting came herhome to'a Negro family, I'm sure her family would area on
through and moved into first place, shoving Pat find the Negro isn't as different from his white brotheras Glover.That's
Range into 4th and moving Judge Johnson into 3rd. the bigots, troublemakers, 'etc., would have us it for this week. Life life, every golden
Tannie Dean slipped past everybody only to take the believe. "Idealist's" only obligation to her old neigh- minute of it. PEACE!

lead in the last leg of the race. We now take great bors and friends is to DETERMINE THE GOOD OR ..............................................................
pleasure in announcing the winner. He is Mayor. BAD CHARACTER OF THE PROSPECTIVE BUYER : i iE
Nathaniel "Tannie"Dean.Congratulations"Mr.Mayor"and RATHER THAN THE COLOR OF HIS SKIN. This was Miami Times
may you be successful in all you may do for the signed by a "Caucasian who favors integration." I E 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue !

people in the next two years. Eugene Kemp was a ,heartily agree with the "good or bad character" portion : Miami Florida 33147 :
fast closing second and is now our "Vice Mayor" to of that letter. There are good and bad in every c :
assist Dean. These are the final results: race in this world. Then, it is not always "bad" BUT Dear Sir: :
IGNORANCE. Let's fight ignorance, and the rest will
fall into place. Enclosed please find the sum of $_ ;

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: This is the last to cover rue cost of a subscription to

weekend for the Dave Akins Trio at the Sir John the Miami Times
r u > Lounge "Ram Rod" Sam Moncur, Assistant
Neighborhood Coordinator for EOPI is doing a darn I Mail Paper To
o: r good job Ernie Hayes and family are on vacationand
taking in all of the golf tournaments Betty Address .
Gaitor Timmons sends hellos from ."
Europe Shirley Zip
City State_ Code_ :
Seldon and Gwendolyn Miller don't miss Miami, too .
much. They are at the Bridge Tournament in Louis- .
ville, Kentucky Former Count Basin vocalist, Joe Six Months $3 00 One Yr. $S 00 Two Yrs. $9.00 5IUCKY
Williams, opens. at the Eden Roc on Monday, August 8. ................................................ ........-

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affair will be announced in next week's

column when and where. So to all of you who TIG8S"Sk
voted for your candidates you can meet them and the WINNERS'
"Mayor" at that time. LIST


RRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Joe Williams, ,". I
(be in next week at the Eden Roc) 5th F.f.r.
.....a..tr....,,, _., '

H's.a-ust-a-got-a-backr.t :PRIZES al:: ij' : '

" My Pizon, Salvatorle, Pia- ....umNcl.I .
chie (Clyde Killens). Yes, i tr.r e f

"the glass" just returned }
annual vacation. 0 """' ro
from his 136817 u
time in f.: SS 016791 t 'a r '\ >Rsi N :
Him spent some '. l t s r .r .I 1
Atlantic City, New York, J Jl 203933
TO 028475
Chicago, and a few other I.; UU 138012
places. Now that he is back I l' VS 045005
home, it's fun time again. 1 r;: Wl 040307
( Clyde is preparing for his

\ ever so popular, "Night'in
Nassau," which will be
,\\A presented at the Island Clubon

Saturday.' August 27. If ., ,- II'
you plan to make this one, -,'
may I suggest that you get KILLENS q
your reservations in now. PRs gJritIEJr
Island Club everyday. Last -
You can catch Clyde at the
year, he had sold out early, and I'm sure he will havea f' I
sell out this year. Yep, Clyde is back, and that i! ::

means "let the good times roll." !, '

Did you read all of those comments in Sunday's ,...... ..= WJ
paper about the"blockbusters hit a quiet Miami neigh- :'::Slt =h; ;

J borhood?" This is the kind of thing that we think the 1- "lei 1iI h_rJ; _
NAACP and CORE should be working on,at this point. =' ;
These "real estate blockbusters" are going into :s:3..... ,:o'! ft.t. these white neighborhoods, and are causing quite a = .i.!:.E
-- =,,,.
turmoil among the families who live there with tales of '

how their property will depreciate when the Negroesmove
in, etc. There is nothing much you can do about
someone who is so unscrupulous as to do somethinglike
this just for the money he gets from the sale, but

we can educate our people who are moving into these ,
areas about how much their property will depreciate if .

it is not kept well and clean. J ,R f r
There is a newspaper, printed daily, that shows .
and whom they are /
purchases of new homes. Where 4

purchased little talk on is the included part of in these these folk details., who are With doing just so a Winners' lists now available :

much about integration, maybe we can stop this flood M
not always) criticism, and these things can You have won !)
, be of unjust accomplished( without all the noise and fright that (Gather up your Lucky Tiger Money. may

go with them. Now, I do agree that there are some 1 1iI.SSO
who move into these areas
cases where these people They put junk cars in You !may: be a winner in the fabulous drive in and get a copy of the List.)
let their property depreciate. tell how to claim
the walls Lucky Tiger Money Sweepstakes! Your dealer will you
their yards and let the children write all over Why wait? Find out now whether you your prize. No purchase necessary-
for the most part, have never Just a winning numberl!
and run wild. They, won a Ford Mustang! An RCA Victor
before. They are accustomed to the Color TV Set! A Johnson Outboard Your children may have won a
lived in a house trash and junk were always in Motorl! Or any one of the thousandsof high-riser bicycle, tool! Look for their :
slum dwellings where prizes Esso dealers are giving names on the Bicycle Bonanza list. HUMBLE
and CORE
evidence, and this is where the NAACP away. If the number on your Lucky So drive in to any participatingEsso s
work to help. I have seen such a house in the Tiger Money matches one of the station today to check both OIL.REFINING COMPANY '
could andI lists! And while you're there, why AMERICA'S LEADING ENERGY COMPANY
discussed. Mayme numbers on the Winners' List you'vealready
that is being r
very neighborhood and I was won a prizel (If you filled not try a tankful of new HighenergyEsso ;.
time ,
looked at that area quite some ago out a Winner Notification Form, Extra gasoline. Make it your
trading house for one there. Two we'll let know If you've won. car's lucky day tool! "Put a Tiger in
almost talked into my you .. ... ...,.....
weeks, I casually drove by, because I was in the But if you want to find out today Your Tank"H/fppyMotorfnr/ co,.... .. *'. GMMM.r.7f



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r THE MIAMI. TIMES Friday August 5, 1966 9

local SBDC Makes Dreams -
Come True .


"Loans play an important part in the program," The SBDC made his dream possible two months
FROM WHERE I said SBDC director, Robert Simms. "But our successis ago with a $6,000 loan through the Small Business
SITBY going to depend upon how well we can teach pro- Administration. Leno took over a Gulf Service Stationat
BILL Mc BRIDE ven business methods to people in our poverty area." 5329 NW 17th Avenue.
One of these people is 54-year-old Jesse Leno, "Last month I pumped 26,000 gallons of gas,"
father of three. Leno was a bystander when he caughta Leno said, I'm doing real good and I've: got my
shotgun blast in a street fight between two other son here working with me." .
Negro Business HereIn men. lie lost his left arm. Lenols receiving management aid through the
Sad For three years he has drawn a monthly welfare SBDC and he will receive four months of schoolingfrom
State check and nursed a dream of getting into business for the Gulf Oil Company. He is no longer receiving'

'lIL (PART iv) himself. a welfare check. -

As reported earlier in this series, the Small Four
Business Development Center, during the short steps to dignity .

period of its existence, has played a major role in ma- f, .s__ ..._,,,__. .. .".
king the,hertofore impossible, dreams of 23 Dade cou n. j :::...:.tL--- fJ.

has tiens approved come true.loans Since totaling February$183,200 14, to 1966 23,applicants the SBDC r. "" 'ffitl.'I.l1.r ., ; .. .-. jf:; l

with dreams of -
opening new businesses or obtaining .
financial assistance in an old business. In addition t.: .
to the financial assistance, each of the loan recipi- : .
ents have received some form of SBDC soon sored _i" '" ;

managerial assistance and training.A t! ; ,

breakdown of these applicants reveals that of 11
the 23 loan recipients, ten were Negroes, seven were -
white, and six were Cubans
Negro applicants received loans totaling $77,000
(42 per cent of the total loaned) to enter or expandthe J '
following businesses: Janitorial, services and -

supplies, appliance shop (Admiral), 'Gulf service
station, carpet laying and cleaning, grocery store,
muffler shop, women's and children's apparel store,
hotel, terrazzo and tile contractor, and a television
tor* y Jin** 'S" TJ I'Vf L'r\ **.
repair service. 5m,

Loans ------. __w_,_....._......_...............__".1;'.<<...
totaling $71,100 (38 per cent of total
loaned) were made to whites for plant nursery, candy JESSE LINO WAS A WELFARE CASE. BUT HE HADA EARL GLENN FROM THE"SBDC IS INTERESTED IN
shop and ice cream parlor, exchange and sale of DREAM. DREAMS. :I
stamps, producer of travel manuals, Gulf service
station, grocery store, television sales and service.

Cubans received loans a
totaling $35,100'(20 per ; ,z Nar + lfir 1rI
cent of total loaned) for the following: shoe repair
shop, cigar manufacture, fashion boutique, auto seat
cover shop, religious bookstore and a retail store. I I3 I/'
rs 'f" Igat 3 rr M

Irvin Douglas (Negro) of 2956 NW 47th Street,
Miami has, for many years, nourished a dream of own- 1
ing and operating a small hotel. This dream moved
closer to reality with the SBDC's approval of his 1 4G
application for a loan of $15,000. This loan, payableover
a period of 15 years at 4 per cent simple interest,
represents the largest loan thus far.
The smallest loan of $1,500, payable over a
period of 5 years, was made to Paul Sparrow (Negro) r
of 312 NW 16th Terrace, Miami, who needed financial
assistance with his grocery store.

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FINANCIAL AID CLAUDE PEPPER.THUMPIN' Last month he pumped 26,000 gallons of gas at his I
own service station
An applicant must live in any one of certain ,, ,
"' "' "" '" rwrr.
"poverty" neighnorhoods and his family income
must not exceed certain fixed amounts.The fixed S
amount is determined by family size. There are exceptions w w ,:
to both requirements. An applicant can / k.V [P
live 'within Dade County but out of the poverty
neighborhood and still be eligible, but he must r--- ,
meet the income requirements. He then becomesan
L i
exception. Present SBDC regulations providethat a
one exception can be processed out of each .fr.
five loans *

The most important requirement is that of in-
come. The chart below indicates the maximum
total family income allowed for SBDC approvedloan 4 3 'fi fSBDC

eligibility: i 4

Family Size Annual Maximum Family Income x
1 $4040.00 I r

2 4490.00 _
3 4940.00 ADVISORY COUNCIL '. '. The 27-member
4 5630.00 I council drawn from business leaders, lay people and
5 6185.00 representatives from poverty areas, under the chairmanship -
6 6635.00 r of Benjamin H. Myers, acts as a screening
7 or more 7590.00A committee for all loan applications before they are
submitted for final approval to the Small Business
business owner or operator does not haveto I MELONS Administration. Negro members of the council are
meet qualifications for the SBDC managerial GOOD At Sparrow's Marketat Morris Abrams, Israel Andrews, Mrs.. Dana Dorsey
assistance any 312 NW 16th Terrace, a $1,500 loan from the Small Chapman, Rudolph Levarity, J. D. Mack, Leon Robin'J,
program. Business Development Center helped Paul Sparrowowner son, Roger Williams and Leon Earls.
of retail grocery for two years, to avoid evic-
tion, increase inventory, purchase equipment and have *
The is locat
Small Business Development Center
ed ,at working capital. Sparrow's experience includes 13years'as (Next week: Many potentially lucrative businesses!
556 W. Flagler St., Miami, ,33130 telephone \ .
3790735._ a Food Fair grocery selector. TJeTng overlooked Vy Dade Negroes..

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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August S, 1966 --- _
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I Southern Doctors Meet, Blast HEW j :I' ;'" T'T '".,'il ,

'.".: ,, '
Officials Over Hospital. Discrimination ,'1, : ,-

and no medical or
I Atlanta Ga., Negro physicians been certified by HEW to segregation in federally-sup- dental technicians in its train-
and dentists from receive federal funds. ported institutions. .you tell had received -
eight southern states met in The afternoon session became us that there Is a problemand ing program in yet excess of
Atlanta to air their'protests more heated after the that' you're working on a grant federal funds ywy,
and dissatisfaction with arrival of the HEW delegation it. .you told us that in b.4 million
Health Education and Wel- Dr. Roy C. Bell)), an Washington and you come for its training program.

fare officials over discrlma- Atlanta dentist who has become down here and tell us the Otis Smith at a
Dr. prcsliIconference
natory practices in Southern prominently identified same thing. I thInk it's held soon after
in direct violationof all bunch of hogwash!!!
hospitals with civil rights fights became a the beginning of the meet,
the 1964 Civil Rights Act. the most vocal spokesman I personally am not going to
said the was goingto
More than. 75 doctors at- and at one point meet with you any more because demand group"open door"
tended the historic meet In- engaged HEW officials in a I don't have any faith an
at all hospitals receiving -
cluding Dr. Leonidas H. heated exchange of words. in you,and I think you oughtto policy federal funds and that ,
Berry of Chicago presidentof Said Dr. Bell "1 wish I resign your office because barriersbe
all discrimination
the predominantly Negro could turn you you and you you have not shown anv
removed In the trainingof
National Medical! Asso- into black people! I wish I fortitude you have not
and technicians.
ciation. could turn your children into shown any honesty nothingbut nurses
Dr. Berry was guest blackchildren.your wives into vasiveness"
speaker at the conference'snoon black women and you into Two of the hospitals under These demands werelater
luncheon at which time black doctors and send you fire by the Atlanta committee incorporated into an eight-
he pointed out that Chicagoand down here in Georgia; soy'ou for non-compilancewere point declaration of resolu- ,': /
other areas' in the North could understand the problems Atlanta's Emory Universal tions, which not only de- ", < HI I I II I
were equally as guilty of discrimination we face down here Hospital a Methodist sup- manded removal from officeof

against Negro I've spend over a year anda ported institution, and those persons serving on
doctors and their patients half investigating these hos- Georgia Baptist Hospital. A boards of hospitals who re-
although they have received disclosed but de- ., :. .
pitals down here gatheringfacts report that Emory sisted integration ..
funds for the newly instituted about segregated hos- University had strongly resisted manded as well that federal '

Medicare program. pitals. patients dying on compliance with the funds be cut off from hos- Sharon Lorraine Kershaw, 16-year-old daughter of

The Atlanta Conferencewas waiting room tables. .now guidelines had no Negro pitals found out of com- Mrs. F. G. Davis of 6951 NW 6th Ave. is a student at
initiated by a flv -mah you come out with the guidelines -physicians with staff privileges pliance after HKVV's l re-in Notre Dame Academy. Sharon enjoys dancing, tennis

physicians Atlanta committee one dentist of three and this means no more no Negro nurses in vestigation. and ice skating. As far as her future is concerned

she's not sure as yet whether she will become a
one layman which had In-
vestigated conditions in A- NOTE OF THANKS professional model or secretary -. Photo by Glamour.

.jlanta hospitals and discovered ,
that they had received I I wish to take this mediumto
I Phil OssoferAs thank all of my dear friends .
federal funds for Medicare and co-workers, who have t' ',' fttWjfbf v<\11+H mni K"%'"Y r .x" :,1\\
programs but had not com- thoughtful and kind YOUR TRAVELTAGENT
been so I
plied with the guidelines of illness. May God ,',','..:'fi'J i,'
Title VI of the 1964 Civil Blanche Calloway's them the dignity to areentitled.which all bless during you my all. IS YOUR :BEST'' ,FfRIEND I
Rights Act. Members of the guest on "Progress Report"every of God's children

committee are : Dr. Otis W. Friday (WMBM), I Negro history at long Mrs. Katie Heastie Many h lnnprtmc traveler, j
Smith, chairman; Dr. AlbertM. have been discussing, a- last will soon become part lIot rmlililtl that MCCKhlMl*; ; i
Ir..t l DO NOT' Travtl' fcutMiu paid in ,
stneUt us
Davis, secretary; Dr. mong other subjects Negro of our school curricula. Are- CHARGE lh. public foe .tommi..l.n' by hotel., ..ifdrkMinf :
James B. Ellison, treasurer; history. I have found the in Parade Magazine FINESTPRINTING .1 : nd ,...... ...... .* cud ,tMuuhlp, linM. ND" '
,,,. I .
fail\ < rci th coat. porMlloq prkw r rulal
Dr. Roy C. Bell public In- study of this subject stimulat- (March 13, 1966 Issue,)sta- In ad"....,.. which money eould by Ik* '._Dl..' and muilb 11\\
formation officer; and Mrs. ing and very enlightening, tes, "The Black Curtain an f lood through th.ass', be. end.. by all camtnI ,
Edward T. Clayton, coordinator discovering for myself many almost total neglect of the I is. !*',.IUMW how.' ,and,g that. tepretenulvtt. ,'
facets of American history ,,: .
Negro's role In Americanand SERVICE ;
The group had previously that have been almost totally world historj as taughtin I THE: NEXT TIME YOU'TAKE,;A,'TR'IPFor :\

aired their findings and grievances ignored in our schools. Why our schools,is being lifted. Buslnftis. or'Vacation_ "contult, 'k
before HKVV officialsin ignored? Well it seems to me Negro characters incidents HERE'S PROOF YOU'LL
Washington who pro- that it might bebecauseof the and references are now being
mised that they would reinvestigate embarrassment caused by Inserted where appropriatein LIKE OUR PRINTING N ,0 R T'Ii' :.S'TRAVE'L''BUR'EAU.

Atlanta Hospitals ,the publication of the outstanding standard textbooks."
** to determine whether or not accomplishments ofa Locally, the Florida Council -, Miami Times \ ..
they are, in compliance with rninority,groupjivhich,has pn Human Relations, ,f 'i '"
the civil rights Jaw and would ,through the'years been con- Greater Miami Chapter hasa Call ,U04 NW Ird AVBNUB FR 9-8451!
OX ,
make known their recommendations '.tlnually debased and branded committee preparing (in 10421 ",1tI.k! I. .

on July 30., as inferior being without response to a request by the
Four of the Washingtonofficials capacity or ability. (There'sa I Dade County Community

were present at the White lie!) Relations Board), a unit of
Atlanta'conference' but did study for the I Dade School

not state what they had learned Having such an opinion, System on the contributions
to date. The H KW officialswere how does one explain away of minority groups to Amer- BUYING A NEW CAR ? ?

Dr. Leo J. Jherlg, Deputy accomplishments of a ican history. Suitable lists of

Surgeon General; Atty.N. George Washington Carver books are being compiled.To .
J. Lobassl, HEW legal
a John C'ha\ is or a Norbert rt.
conselor; Robert J. Nash, dear fI
Killieux And if ,
HEW Chief ( you those who are beyond r
Compliance reader do not recognize all
ficer and Mrs. SherrieArns- school age I would like to
; of these names, too, \ A I /
tein, staff, assistant office of you suggest a subscription to The 1
the Secretary of II E\\. should be studying Negro Negro History Bulletin, a
The morning session of )history, or as I prefer to call' magazine which has deeply SBI
it the Negro's role in Amer-
the conference devoted : impressed me with its wealthof
was I ican hlstor '. The Negro has
"to reports from the Atlanta information on this sub-
Committee on hospitals Iri earned a high place in Amer- ject. It is published months
ican history. A study of the
Atlanta and other'southernareas a year, (October through
which they had found works of these and other May :i>2 a year), and their SAVE
to be In violation of the civil great Colored Americans will address Is 1538 Ninth St.,
'rights law although they had inspire others to great deeds, N. W., Washington I). C.
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THE MIAMI. TIMES, Friday, August S, 1966

i1sjrkoii EOPI Center To Tell "How .

to Make A Loan

And Buy. On Time

a The Liberty City Neigh- community. The subject will
borhood renter of the Economic be: "How to Make a Loan
Opportunity Program and How to Buy on Time.'"
through its Legal llcase makeevery effort to
Services and The Dade County attend this vital meeting with
Bar Association, announce your friends and neighbors.
a Panelliscussionto"
Dear Mr. Reeves, be held on Monday night, EMPLOYED AT M&M

May I express to you, on behalf of the YMCA of August Room of 15 the,inthe Roosevelt Community GAS COMPANYMrs.
Miami, grateful appreciation of the excel- F \ F}
Greater .
ings and Loan Association, Willie B. Williams of '
lent picture story and article on the George Washington 6015 Northwest 7th Avenue. 2400 NW 155th St., Opa- 6 A
Carver Branch of the YMCA which appeared in your The program begins at 8:00 locka, has been recently em- '
Friday, July 22. p.m. and the admission is ployed at M&M Gas Co. She
paper is active in her communityand Kenneth. Gay, son of the Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Say
continue to render service to the
As we young free.The panel, which will con- is a very hard worker. of Opa-locka, was injured recently in a battle with
people of our community, your splendid cooperation sist of experts from the Dade ,Mrs. Williams is a certified the Viet Cong in Viet Nam. He is shown receiving the
and encouragement assure a bright future for the youthof County Bar Association,will swimming instructor who award of the Purple Heart, --
Dade County. discuss taught at Bunche Park Poo\
a topic of the law
Sincerely, which is of great interest and in 1963, worked with Metro Kenneth has been in Viet Nam for about eight
A. Abbott, general secretary Recreation and taught in months.
George importance to citizens of the several kindergartens.
READER RESENTS THE TERM "GHETTO BOYS" . . . . . .. . .. .. .. .

Dear Editor, a
Rev. Theodore Gibson made mention last week in I IAVARIAN 6 Ii oz, .99 I I .

an article about "Ghetto boys." In as much as I be- = BEER I y :
lieve in some of his ideas I feel the process of hiringcan GETAIi
and will be improved. I don't call myself a ghetto _..".........................". .
boy, although I live in the slums. So many Negroes in / WHITIHOUSI a
this area are from the South. We have picked up the a 1ME'll.r REDEEM couroN. : APPLE 3S oz. 29H aa
habit of calling ourselves boys when we are men, from CHICKEN OF THE 5A SAUCE JAI acHVirlx

the white man. GENTLE ;
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I serve in the newly Independent work on hydro- lcctric,road PORK I BEANS 7'/OX .
, South American na building, construction, irri- a 16 OZ. CANS IT. a
tion of Guyana; will leave gation, and other projects. 49
next month after completingan They will be supervised by : Oroasi E11EAsu :
intensK'eeight-week training the Ministry, and given on- w- M aa
J program at Howard Uni, the-job guidance from individual .
1, \ ersit,\. The volunteers will project supervisors.Some L >e BOIIIPa .
be assigned to teaching or of volunteers also
community development positions will teach special courses at H : a
in the former British Gu>'ami's Technical Institute i.1 .
colon, known l.efoie Independence and at the University of SALTINES jLbiJ a
as British Ciuiana; Guyana. : KOTT : : : '.
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1 'I be 56 new corpsmen, : NAPKINS .
. all recent college graduates ProdndJ MAXWELL HOUSE .AO .
.. with outstanding academic FONDA P.p.r
records, range In age from BUILDING SCRYICfi TO : PAPIIIR ..3QE KRAFT COFFEE! : : aW
21 to 2i.( Training beganJul THE COMMUNITY a PLATES /NcN p OIL .
>' (i and will continue a : .OS. NDTDn/N/l O, 'm.- ONE SOUND CAN r aa
through September 2., ,Project WRW.BUYIMG'w BUILDING CUPS a
coordinator is Dr. Wins- DINNER
ton K. McAllister, associate CALL STANLEY COLD CUPS ,, U : 4S0"r ROtLS at.
professor' of philosophy at PLI-III', : ALCOA Ir x a rccT : a
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Mrs.Josephine Black of Mrs. Ruth Perry of 657 Mrs. Pearl White, 1884

2103 NW 63rd st died July SW 7th SU Homestead died Surviving

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS J 3, She is survived by her July 28. Survivors are one Shirley, Gloria
husband, W. C.; a mother, brother, Tommie Lee Cole, Jean and Gladys Mae; a son,
Mrs. Rebecca Mickens; other Sr., Tom's River, N. J.; one Samuel; foster mother Mrs.
Tommie Lee Cole Jr.,
relatives and friends. Services nephew Hattie Brantley; one sister,
will be held Saturday, Miami; a cousin Flossie Mrs. Maebell Dean and six
\IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn OUR MOST GRATEFUL August 6th at Mt.Tabor Baptist Milton. Services were held. aunts including Mrs. Janie
I APPRECIATION Church at a time to be an- Tuesday from St. Paul Bapt.in
sad but loving memoryof loving memory of our nounced. Homestead. Booker of Miami. Services
our dear mother father and mother,* We, the family of the late Saturday, 2 p.m. at Walker'sTemple
Church of God in
Alexander Colston of 415
--- --- of
Louis A. Johnson 1377 Christ
9th St. died July 31. Local
died Tuesday
NW 34th St.
services held in the
He is survived b were
'I chapel Wednesday. The body
sister, Mrs. Maude Harper; a was sent to Quincy, Fla. for Henry Bryant, 423 NW 7th
niece Mrs. Thelma Lee Sim- final rites and burial. Survi- St. died July 27. A native of
mons; a grandniece Donna bors are wife, Mary parents, Hawkinsville, Ga., there are
e Simmons; a grand-nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Colston of no known surviving relatives.
Aq ll' ( David Simmons Jr; other rela- Oretna, Fla. two sisters, four Graveside services' at Para-
T Y brothers.Mrs. dise were held 11 a.m.
1 tives and friends. Serviceswere '
jj Thursday.
held Monday, August 1
in the chapel.
14 Luella Jenkins 0 f
Will Johnson of 6218 NW 143 NW 6th St. Apt. 6 died Mrs. Maude McClendon,
NW 2nd Ave., died Aug.
1 14th Ave. died July 26. July leaving a devoted friendMr. her survivors are
1, Among
Oadis Wilmon
Mr. Johnson was a deacon in one four brothers, Thomas, Jerry,
,__ T the Little Rock Primitive daughter Luella Lawson. Walter and Roy Hanks; three
ht q1 Baptist Church in Opa-locka. Services were held Thursdayin sisters, Mrs. Juanita Cummings -
.k SIMON PETER JOHNSON -_. '- He is survived by his wife, the chapel. of Elks Ridge, Md.,

Janie; a son, Willie four Mrs. Elvira Phillips and Miss

MRS. MATTIE DAVIS BLANCHE LEE FLUNORY grandchildren; a daughterinlaw Ernest Holmes, 258 NW Gloria Hanks. Services will beheld
who departed this life July Mary Louise Johnson 10th St. died July 28, Services Saturday In the chapel at
who departed this life August 23, 1966 takes this method 6f two nieces Mesdames Willie were held In the chapel 11 a.m.
7, 1965. expressing our sincere grati- Mae Ward and Mildred Jenkins; Thursday. He is survived bya
titude and appreciation to the other relatives and friends. devoted friend Mrs. Willie
We are trying to be submissive many friends for cards, tele- Services were held Wednes- Mae Johnson, a sister Mrs. Nathaniel Ferguson, 242
for we know God trams, floral tributes, and day, Aug. 3 at the Little Mingoe of South Carolina. NW 12th St. died July 30..
knoweth best and I am sure other thoughtful deeds: of Rock Primitive Baptist Church. His wife, Mattie, two daughters -
that you are with Him in that kindness which gave us courage Mesdames Rosa Mae
land of peace and rest. And X N. and strength in our Mrs. Lucille T. Lowe of Davis and Estella Lioneal;
some day we are going to hours of bereavemen 3146 NW 59th St. died July Emanuel Green 1601 NW three sons, James Charlesand
meet you, juslt how long we We wish to extend special 26. She is survived by her 63rd St. died July 29, leaving Freddie; two brothers.

cannot tell, until then may thanks to the House of Albert husband, Lorenza; a mother, to mourn his passing, a devoted Arrangements incomplete.
God be with and with wife Marie, three daughters -
you John Julia Greene of Tampa three
directing, St. Perish Claudette -
Him we all will dwell. sisters brother other Joyce Lee
Baptist Church, Rev. Thed- ; one ; Griffin Gwendol ; Eddie Reynolds, 2730
Your children: ford Johnson,pastor,members relatives and friends. Ser- sons Charlie, and Clinton, NW 49th St. died July 29.
Mrs. Sarah JonesMr. of the Jolliette Charity Club vices were held Saturday, services will be held from Arrangements incomplete.
Willie Davis and the many friends of July 30 in the chapel. Bethel AME Church, Saturday
Mrs. Lula M. BerrianMr. 3rd Ave. and 3rd Ct. Aug. 6 at 2 p.m. INFANTS:
Robert DavisMr. Alain, our sincere thanks Girl Mathews, July 26.
Leroy Davis and appreciation for being so Harvey C. McCray of 2067 Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Mathews,
Eddie Davis kind. NW 6th Place died July 28. 10540 SW 170th St. Perrine ,
Mrs. Elizabeth White Grateful Mr. McCray lived in the Miami Claude E. Lewis of 915 parents.
---. Eternally area for the past 60 years and NW 3rd Ave. No. 1 died July
The Flunory Family was a steward in St. Paul 29. Arrangements are incom- Boy Gilbert, July 26. Mrs.
MINNIE A. JOHNSON AME Church. He was also a plete. Survived by wife, Annie Pinella Gilbert, 348 NW 16thSt.

IN MEMORIAMIn of World War I. Services were Pearl. mother.
I who departed this life two held Monday, August 1 at
loving memory of wur years ago, June 10 and August IN MEMORIAMIn St. Paul AME.

dear daughter, mother and 4, 1964. Gone but not for- memory of my motherlY

sister, gotten. _-.. .. _.,..._uu...... "SERVING THOSE WHO REALLY CARE"Our
Rest eternal grant them 0 Harry Maxwell of 3082 NW

Lord, and may light perpetual 51st St. died July 23. Mr. complete funeral price with a cloth
shine on them and may they 4, Maxwell was a World War I casket
I rest in peace. veteran. Survivors are a son, cover :

1I Helen Weems and Mitchell, a daughter, Mrs. $295, $395, $499, $599, $699, $799
Susan Woodside, daughtersAnd Ella Huyler two grand-
Family children other relatives and Our Metal Half Couch $825, $925, $1025

friends. Local services were For information concerning

held in the chapel, Friday, Funeral Arrangements
IN MEMORIAMIn July 29. Final rites and burial

of our mother sad but and loving grandmotherPATIENCE memory were held in Riceboro, Ga. jiAanhen\ ttU"ekaQ 9Jo }1e

5 ... ... ,.". .....
PHONE: 691-9151
James Morgan of 2119 NW

47th Terr died July 28. Sur-

vivors are his mother, Mrs.
d. Ernestine Robinson and

'1a who departed this life August grandmother, Mrs. Callie
''t A 3, 1959. She was just a plain, Morgan services were held
dear mother, with a loving Tuesday Aug. 2 in the chapel.
day. Always try-
MRS. ROSE LIVINGSTON ing to do for others. As she
Floyd Styles of 4231 SW
who this 11 fe August journeyed on her way. AndI
departed 28th St. Hollywood, Fla. died 3001 NW 46th STREET NE 4-4197
5, 1961. know is true, "you can
July 29.Survivors are a daughter -
return to mother
never me ,
,Her life is a beautiful but I to Mrs. Katie Mae Johnson;
can come
memory. Her absence a silent To those who have you.mothers, a brother, Lynn four sisters, E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX-1-9199
grief. She sleeps in God's treat her with love and care, Carolyn Price, Sarah Smith,
lovely garden. We love you you will never know her Ludella mitchell and Mamie
but God loves you best. Mike. Services will be held
value. "Til you see the vacant -
Sadly missed by: I chair." Saturday August 6 at 3 p.m. at

Rosa Walker, mother Your ever devoted son, New Macedonia Church in + ,, r S.t .
Children, Sisters and West Hollywood.
Brothers Clarence Turner & Family


CARD OF THANKSThe E. McPHEEwho family of the late MANKER. v t, tom.BEAUTIFUL.

departed this life August MRS. HALLIE BARNES Charlie Harris, of 1418
family of the late NW 63rd St. died July 24. Ser-
2, 1963. Three sad years, BENNETTwho
MELLA JANE ALBURY vices Saturday at the First
life has been so empty with-
takes this method of expressIng departed this earthly Born Church of the Living
heartfelt thanks and ap- out you. May her sou? rest in realm on June 26, 1966 and God, Elder James Collier, ofelating. .
preciation to the many friends peace and light perpetual whose final state of repose Surviving are a
shine her.
for cards, letters and other upon The w-- terminated June 30, 1966 at wife Ruthie Mary, 3 daughters,
acts of sympathy shown dur- Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Dorothy Mittiman, Laura Jack- THOUGHTFUL,
ing their bereavement. wishes to extend the warmest sons and Jannie McMarthur;
Special thanks to FatherA. sentiments to the numerous two sons Joel and Alfred; four SERVICES

Tyrrel Dear, Father Shirley 'CARD OF THANKSThe ones of you who cared enoughto stepsons Arleaus, Bennie and
and the Range Funeral Home have offered your many Roosevelt Tucker and Gus :I E Our ability and desire to
for their kind services. family of the late gestures to us so unerringly. Wilcox, one sister Laura

Orlando Albury, son MRS. REBECCA MACKEY during our bereaved moments, Grimes. v' : carry out your wishes, to-

And Family hours and days. gethei with
wish to thank the many ,
Mrs. Mary L. Nesbitt Sr.
friends and neighbors for Mrs. Catherine JohnsonMr. Ben Hanna of 2300 NW mecn u service !hat is

cards, telegrams, floral tri- Richard HarrisMr. 74th Terr died July 27. Sur Y7I .. f' conducted with beauty and
calls and other
butes, phone
ving are awife, Lizzie nine ;
CARD OF THANKS Rosa L. Jenkins
kind deeds during our recent understanding-to
children, Stella Louise Ollie t\1(7- comfort.
The family of the late bereavement. Belle, Lisa Mae, Virginia

takes this method of expressing Special thanks to Rev. Deborah K. James and Jessie -
heartfelt thanks and A. D. Hall, Usherboard No. 1, the family of the late a father Adam Hanna, six .. "My Father in
appreciation to the many Mrs. Maybell Porter, Stewar- GARY LAMAR brothers. Arrangements are in- Heaven, help
friends for cards, letters, dess Boards Nos. 1, 2, & 3 TAYLORwho complete. me never to forget fh/love
floral pieces and other acts members of Ebenezer Methodist passed July 26, takes if /looks up to me in the
of sympathy shown during church and to Francis this time to say thanks and t beauty of the flower ..

their bereavement. Special Funeral home and staff for express our appreciation to Graveside John Henry Jowett
thanks to the pastor, Rev.C. efficient services rendered. the many friends, neighborsand infant Girl Hunter services of 6929 NW for

C. Cowsen and membersof Again, we say thanks and relatives who were so 17th Ave. who died July 27 l Oscar L. Range
time f ,
thoughtful during our 0
God bless each of
Trinity Methodist Church may you.
bereavementThe were held Monday. She is survived -
and the House of Albert.
( Funeral Home
by a mother Beraice.

.\ The-v- ,Family. ". .. .-.q. \. the.Pamily! : Family Hunter.



A.' ""'\i "" '" _____ THE: MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 5, 196611
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Hill and husband Brother L. K. Hill
A.G.M. stu-
I., I ded by flowers and gifts presented at her appreci- Dr. C. B. Nelson Daniels, G.W.M., presenting a Matron Mary Monroe of the Matrons and Patrons 'I
beat ss n program. plaque of appreciation to Sister Viola Hill, G.A.M. Council presenting appreciation gift to the honoree.

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Sponsoring group of the appreciation program for erine Dillard, Clarice Carnegay, Lillian Pleasure, A part of the group attending the appreciation
.A.M. Viola Hill, Seated left to right: Hattie Nottage, Carrie Jackson, Dr. Charlotte Ford Clark, Viola Hill, program for G.A.M. Hill for service rendered the Orderof
I ister Stewart, Pri cilia Glinton, Evelyn Johnson Dr. C. B. Nelson Daniels, Mary Monroe, Ellen Taylor, the Eastern Star throughout Florida. Representedhere I
ertrude Lattimore, Ethel Tiggs, Lillian Scott, Helen Mirilda Owlford, Louise Cooper, Johnnie Mae Ashley. rae members of other groups of the Masonic .

obinson. Standing, not seen, Jessie Giles, Cath- family. Photos Johnson, of Miami \

Bafrofis And Patrons Show Appreciation To G.A.M. Hill For O.E.S. Service 'I

Mt. Sinai Temple, 6410 NW 15th Avenue,was the W.M.; Queen of the South 105, Jacksonville QueenieB. and Sis. A. L. Brown, Live Oak; Mrs. Roberta Robinson -
ter of a gala yet fitting program Sunday, July 24 Williams, W.M.; Live Oak 124, Shellie Q. Brown, Jersey City, N.J.; Sis. A. Sanders, P.M., Jack-
oring GAM Viola Hill for meritorious service to W.M.; H. E. Daniels 132, Tallahassee, Carrie Porter, sonville.
Order of Eastern Star. Decorations in the colors W.M.; Pride of Copleand 130, Copeland, Mary Roberts, G.A.M. Hill takes this opportunity to especiallythank
I the order provided the decor in flowers and symbols W.M.; Mary E. Washington 179, Sadie Jackson, W.M..i; the matrons and patrons in Dade County for
(beauty. Rose Leaf 134, Tallevast, Patsy Tisdale, W.M.; spearheading this appreciation program. Further she
Matron Gertrude Lattimore presided over the prom Golden Link 74, Sarasota, Annie Pearl Robinson, expresses grateful thanks to all who shared in it and
including appropriate musical, prose and poetic W.M.; Progressive Court 44, Heroines of Jericho, who contributed so graciously in words, thoughts and
ditions. The speaker of the occasion was Dr. Leola Thompson, M.AM. and tangible gifts.Dr. .
[arlotte Ford Clark who gave the varied connotationsthe Gifts from individuals included: Bro. and Sis. Charlotte Ford Clark, W.M. Star of the East
word "appreciation" and chose selectedterms O'Connor T. Clark, Dr. C. B. Nelson Daniels, Bro. No. 72 was principal speaker of appreciation program.,

| charcterizingG.A.M.Hill as unique in knowledge
the order and as an outstanding contributing mem-
[r locally and throughout the state. -' Offering you
The highlight of the program was the period when Statewide Rally Committee

ngible awards, gifts and tokens were presented toe the finest
honoree. G. W. M. Dr. C. B. Nelson Daniels gracede Meets Aug. 13 In Orlando
| program with her presence and gave a special

aque inscribed, "Appreciation for Meritorious Ser- I I .
jce to 0. E. S." from Bethlehem Grand Chapter.At Manning Committee of the educuliuiiul, political,economic -
the end of the program, the hospitality com- Mass Rally to be held Sept. conditions. To discussthe 'PIANOSORGANS
.ttee served delicious refreshments that alforded 17 in Orlando will meet Sat. effect the major distur- .;
fraternal associa- morning at Saddler Hotelin bances in other parts of the
stenance and the opportunity for HpMMONfl
Orlando to finalize the country and in Florida have + &
on detailed plans- for the mam- on the thinking of Florida,
Chapter representatives were as follows: Starlit moth Grass Roots Statewide and to explore the effect the
40, Pricilla Glinton, W. M.; Atlantic Coast 150, Rally in September.All controversial 1'0\\er"
ster Stewart, W. M.; Seminole 17, Hattie Nottage, Civil Kights Fraternal. has made in Florida. ..

M.; Progressive 29, Clarice Carnegay, W. M.; Inez Religious and other Organi-to send tempt This to have will be a coordinated the first at- ",r' .', J :'- : <. ..''',' 1
.. Boyer 182, Jurufa Cambridge, W.M.; Pride of zations are expected to the I'lan- meeting of all Civil Rightsand ;::!, '
ialeah 61, Gertrude Lattimore W. M.; Morning Star representatives determine other groups in the stateto W'o
|2, Lillian Tiggs, W. M.; New Hope 21, Ethel Tiggs, the ning part Committee their respective or- the end that in the future OUR MANY SATISFIEDCUSTOMERS ,... .,
.M.; New Light 77, Mirrilda Owlford W.M.; Light of ganizations will play In he there will be a more concertedand ARE. '. .. y''f
e South 172, Johnnie Mar Ashley, W.M.; Pride of giant protest rally. unified action in the attempt h ,".r ;",
pa-Iocka 30, Mary Monroe, W.M.; Joyalty 136, Mary All facets of the situationof to solve the many problems ;:t 'f..rJ '
[opkins, W.M.; Ureka 96, Louise Cooper, W.M.; Hills Negro in Florida will be besetting the Negroesin Mt. Tobor Baptist Church .;7 :: !,,

[hapter 48, Ellen Taylor, W.M.; Brownsville 157, discussed as relates to their the state. Metropolitan AM.E. Church, ,) XL:; :' ,
atherine Dillard W.M. Macedonia 95, Helen Robert- I
; :
Antioch Baptist Church vtf" R
Ion, W.M.; Paradise 117, Eloise Brown, W.M.; Be- iDugiesjGuest- Hous '
B. W, -.. .., :
125 New Providence Church .
tine 87, Carrie Jackson, W.M.; Poinciana Baptist '; f"
illie Zion 66, Fmma Wat- << The Sous of unusual rooms "A ."1
Mae McClarien, W.M.; Mt. St. James A.M.E.. Church I |:,41"1
ins, W.M.; Carver 103, Lillian Pleasure, W.M.; Pridef t' "Keep us In mind"A ;
Hollywood 143, Earlie Mae Brown, W.M.; Southern better place, we. challenge you to find Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church'. .. ;'&::f
tar 174 W.M. Matrons and Patrons Seeing I is believing ;. :...' I' ,, w;
[ Jessie Giles, ; accommodation receive .. : .',.I'jl. h'
Miami The you (
-ouncil, Monroe president; The Greater
Mary ,
Bethlehemrand You find only In this brother
Matrons Club, Jessie Giles, president;
Chapter, Dr. C. B, Nelson Daniels, G.W.M.
Contributions sent from out of town chapters: I MORGAN PIANO CO
iola 109, Gladys Dickerson, W.M.; Charity
eerfield Beach, Ruth E. Nixon, W.M.; Felter 34, t IJGIf_ 2015 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 15441A.

fitusville, Louise Davis, W.M.; Deborah 32, Jacksonville Francis H.nd.rson, R'pN..ntatl"ur
Martha Sellers, W.M.; Orlando 89 L. Fort.



14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 5, 1966 _

Take' your problems to Church ,

'millions, l QVe'therntheleJ,

1 12,000 Jehovah Witnesses Due of The ST. JAMES August-lies AME Mrs.

Miriam Martin chairman are
r serving a pIIIDC '. turkey linnet -

Beach for Aug. 24-28 Convention this Sunday in the parish

I hall to tick off their drive for -

this month. So you won't haveto

The Watchtower Bible 2 ing employed in the search sweat over a hot stove WEST MIAMI DISTRICT

ST. MARK BAPTISTRev. and Tract :Society Of Nf*' for rooms for the delegates Sunday, let the August-Ites do

York is sponsoring a five- "Over 5,000 room requests all the sweating. Eat with HOLDS ANNUAL

C, W.Wad,pastor day district convention of have already been received -

Oermleen Peek, reporter Jehovah's Witnesses in Mia- v : ." said Thompson, them.Sunday can be a day off 5.S. CONVENTION

mi Beach August 24-26 kat n "and requests are continuing from the kitchen. Stewardess
Our pastor celebrated fats The convention was on its
1966. to pour in our headquarters Board No. Two will have
fourth anniversary on July 34. be-
between three hundred regular first Sunday snack way Thursday
two to
Our utmost thanks and deepest C, G. Thompson, Assist- ginnig with registration and
How about that-
appreciation goes out to ant Rooming Director, is ex- every dad night. The noon day services
Rev. Albury who delivered pecting 12,000 delegates for Some hotel and motel dinner with the August-Ites snack reports.were heart warming.The .
and Sunday
the anniversary message and the convention, "Hut it may owners bare reported al- a was by Rev. F.
? Fine sermon
with the Stewardesses ,
to all of our other friends go higher in view of the ready being booked for the members are A. Allen. Thursday at 3 p.m.
eh? Not only
who made that day a peat number of room requests that convention. "This has been panel discussion began
urged to patronage them, butanyone a
success. are coming in every day at due to a number of delegates who wants to dine with Rev. W. F. Ford and Rev.

Our next annual event of our headquarters he said. making their own reservations Bumptously! H. Hall presiding. The following -

the year is our Woman's Day Delegates will be coming without coming ministers were in charge

program on August 28. The from more than 35 states, through our rooming department The July-Ites closed out for topics. Rev. D. A. Ander-
public is invited
Canada, Jamaica, Mexico, ." Thompson explained their month of rallying Sunday son, Rev. K. D. Brooks. The

NEW MACEDONIA Puerto Rico, Guatemala and with a program. Mrs. Sarah evening session had brought

the Bahamas. The convention C. G. mCNmodations Anyone desiring to list Mobley and her fine workers strength to many souls. The

3165 NW 36th Street will be held at the rooms may do so by callingthe reported 133775. Congratulations minister that was in charge

Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Miami Heach Convention in hotels, motels, Watchtower Convention to you alL was Rev. W. J. Jackson and

Willie J. Beard reporter Hall. apartment houses and pri- Rooming Department at Rev. W. M. Byrd.

Thompson said that GOO VHte homes. 757-7141. On August 14 the church Friday at 11 a.m. Sailer'sChapel
The president: officersand
volunteer workers from 31 will celebrate the second anniversary youth were in charge
members of the Young The same method of oper-
of the dedicationof for a panel discussion. Sat-
Women's Auxiliary wish to Miami area congregationsof
ation that has the
thank each and everyone for Jehovah's Witnesses have the New St. James. The urday afternoon the youth hada

their fine support and cooperation been canvassing the area mark Witnesses world-wide an identifying CHURCH OF THE occasion, which is really watermelon and fish fry
in making their fourth since July 1 seeking accom- two weeks late, was uppedto outing.
house-to-hou be- OPEN DOORRev.
anniversary a great success calling the second Sunday on account Sunday Rev. H. J. Benson

Thanks ro the auxiliaries and Henry McDowell, pastor of the pastor's expectedtrip and congregation were in

associate minister of Mace Annette E. McNeal, reporter to London, England on charge.

don Is. Special thanks to Rev. Mt. Women that date. Muriel Ward, reporter
Osacr W. West and congregation Calvary Sunday proved of Much The Rev. T. C. Kelley will

of Bethlehem Baptist interest at the Church of the be present along with his

Church for closing out on Open Door. The 9:45 ajn. congregation that evening. He TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscoapl

Sunday afternoon. Rev. West's Raise $4,654.66 services which is reared is pastor of St. Paul AME ( )

text was taken from Samuel especially for families with Church. 15260 NW 19th Avenue

1:12; St. Matthew 1:21 and children, was dedicated to Your reporter is one of the Fr. Elisha Clarke Jr., Vicar
St. Mark 14:8 16:1. He gaveus Mrs. Hawkins Wins Crown the teachers and members of captains for this affair and at

thought for a message that the Daily Vacation Bible present unable to get around The church is celebrating

will not be forgotten. The _._- _. School which culminated at,' like he would like to, so he its annual Patronal Festival

Holy Ghost was truly present. On Sunday, July 31 Mt. i that time. Mrs. Eneida has appointed Mrs. Cooper as Sunday, August 7 with Solemn

U you want your faith Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. t Michelson who has a degree his "private secretary" to
lifted come on over to the Samuel Atchison, pastor, in Religious Education directed help him contact the following High 10:45 Mass The and Sermon at
a.m. guest preacher
Holy Ghost headquarters.MT. observed its 12 Woman's Day. the Bible school. The persons: : will be the Rev. Herman
A spiritual feast was enjoyed program presented by the Zelma Jenkins, Anna
Smith, vicar of St. Anthony's
HERMON AME throughout the morning service -' children was most inspiring. ClarkEddie Mae Range, Glen-
Episcopal Church, Carol
wmcn The fifith Sunday 'also dina Edwards, Beodis Perkins
was highlightedby
Rev. S. L. Cay, putor City. On Wednesday, August
served aa the day of observance Barbara Barnett, Queen
the speaker, Mrs. Sallie
10 the annual
The fifth Sunday which tstraditionally Patronal Beach
of. the Lord's Supper, Smith, Gladys Ciffee and
Carline who
,spoke on the I Haulover
Missionary Day' Cn Party at Beach. The
; usually held on the first donationis
Marvis Butler. The
theme, "The Highway of
throughout: the AME Churchwas public is invited.
Sunday as well as the Fellow- $5.00.NEW .
observed at Mt. Hennon. Life. The evening service only
featured the captains and shipping new members.
The ladies selected the Rev.A. .
Sunday August 7 is College -
Smith to bring the morning various soloists in a program ,
centered around the theme Youth Day. A well-
messsge which was a treat to HOUSE:UESTS AT
the fine audience which was "Bom to be Free." planned, talented program will MT. MORIAH
Mrs. Clara Love I be presented at both services.
on hand. ran a very THE BOB WRIGHTSBob
Th Youth Choir sang out close race with Mrs. Susie Members and friendsare Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor

of heir ,hearts with Ton Hawkins whi was crowned k1' invited to be present. Evelyn L. Souter reporterOn and Hazel Wright are

McCoy at the console. All of "Mt. Calvary Queen" for J 'f Rev. and Mrs. McDowell the fourth Sunday still all smiles over the recent -

the Mt. Hermon family is just 1966-67. SUSIE HAWKINS are spending much needed morning Rev. W. M. Davis of visit of their daughter,

happy to have young McCoyto Mrs. Vivilora P. Green and brief vacation in Jamaica with Brownsville, delivered a pow- Dorothy and her husband C.

play for the youth choir. He Mrs. Marv K. McKenzfo. co- friends. erful message. Services were W. O. Levi Holland and their

is the son of Mrs. Sallie chairman, express their ap- helped to make this Woman's spiritually high with Rev. daughter, Bettye. The three

McCoy of Opalocka.At preciation to everyone who Day a very successful one. Jackson bringing the message. have just completed a 3V4 year

4 p.m. the Missionaries, Sunday night we had a treat stay in Germany where Levi

led by Sister Roberta Cherrythe BROWNSVILLERev. with a wondeeful program. was attached to the Air Force

president, sponsored their Both choirs sang jointly all Unit. They are now stationedat
annual Rainbow Tea. This day Sunday and the Lord's Fort Leonard Wood, MOo

was a beautifuk affair. There 225 NW 14th Terrace L. A.Thompson, pastor Supper will be partaken.A The Wrights also had as

were six tables of different Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Services were high throughout bouquet to each and their guest, his brother, Francis -

color schemes. The judges Sis. Louise McGriff, reporter The Men's Day committee the dsy. At the 11 ..m. everyone who participatedsent and his wife, Bonnie, for
decided that the yellow table will sponsor the annual "Trip service, Rev. Williams, an donations during Choir a week's visit. Both are in
was the most beautiful, and We have so much to thank Around the Country this associate pastor of New No. Four's, anniversary. The the educational system of

the prize went to Sister the Lord for. We had another Friday night, with the main Providence Baptist Church, King and Wueen were crowned North Carolina.

Leatha Gamble. Second prize great day Sunday. The Rev. atop ending at Perrine. The preached out of his soul. also. For Queen Mrs. Lula Long time friend of the

went to the purple table and Griffin of Shiloh Baptist round-trip fare will be $1.00. The choir was at its best Welloms, the king was John Wrights, Sadye Orange Aikens

third prize to the red. Mrs. Church delivered the messsge Transportation leaves the with Mrs. Pauline Cooper at D. Souter. Runner-up, Mrs. recently spent a few days

Thomasena Lindsey gave a and on Sunday afternoon Sis. church, 1723 NW 3rd Ave., at the piano in the absence of Retha Shannon. All won by with them before she visited

most timely message on the Nancy Williams sponsored 8 o'clock. Take a ride and Mr. Hepburn. 'Evening worship raising the highest amount. Nassau. Sadye lived in Reids-

subject, "Great Women." We the program, "Grandmother beat the heat. was in charge of the Total raised during the anniversary ville, N. C. Rowena Mao

wish to thank all the visitorsand Eve." It was a wonderful The Lord's Supper will be pastor who preached a very was 9570. Millan of Fayetteville, NI C.

friends for their partici- program. Sis. Williams thank administered during the morning stirring sermon. Many visitors Both usher boards would accompanied the Hollands to

pation.A all of you who helped to put and evening services. The were present. like to thank each one that Miami for a visit with the
bon voyage party was this program over. choirs will sing jointly. participated and attended their Wrights.
given for Mrs. Catherine The annual Men's Day We are eagerly looking for program Sunday afternoon.
Small director of the The evening message was ward to our Men's Day in
youth drive will terminate Sunday We are still asking for your
delivered by the Rev. Joseph September and the crowning
choir, who is leaving this August 14. Every loyal prayers for our pastor, shut-
weekend for Turkey to join Temple-ite is falling in line of the King and Queen of ins and bereaved families.

her husband who is in the Prayer meeting for our for the home run and chairman Brownsville. DRAKE MEMORIAL
service of his country. We revival will begin on Monday
Stafford'Dain is asking
pray for her and all that they after the first Sunday. Come all to make this the best Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor

would be under the protectionof and be with us and on Monday lie Nancy P. Green, reporter
ever. expects every mean
Almighty God. Let us not night after the second Sunday. ber to do his duty. The women Fewer Holy Redeemer The pastor, officers and
forget the Love Feast this Preaching will begin with have pledged to do their Priest members invite all of their
Friday night. the Rev. Everette of Ft.
part in a big wa,. All cap- friends to attend an Ordination
Lauderdale. Remember the tains have been urged to con- Service for Deacons on
sick and shutina and those Dies In Mouitain
yact their members in time. Fall Sunday, August 7 at 3 p.m.
NEW HOPE BAPTISTReb. who have lost some of their
The Rev. W. F. Tanner Sr.

W. E. Sims, pastor loved ones. FRIENDSHIP M.B. It was reported Monday that During his pastorate in will deliver,the sermon.

Mary L. Mayfield, reporter Msgr. Joseph de Vaney, 51,
The members of choir No. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor former pastor of Holy Redeemer Miami Msgr. de Vaney established
One would like to thank all a medical clinic at
Parish in
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter fell to
of the members and friendsfor Holy Redeemer for needy persons .
ZION HOPERev. his death down the aide of Mt.
making the "Battle of in Liberty City, Brown-
Sunday our is Oberlin in Glacier National
pastor expected
Songs" a success. We had a P. Freeman, pastor to deliver both the Park in Montana. Subdviison and Bunche Park ATTENTIONCMUffCH

wonderful program both spiritually Sis. E. Jackson, reporterNo. morning and evening area. REPOTEM
and financially.We One Usher Board will sermons. His body was found Sun-
Saturday August 6 the male
have a dinner sale Saturdayat at the bottom of 90-foot
will have baptismal chorus will have a musical a drop Since his appointment to Church news for pu ll>
the church from 10:30
services Sunday at- 9 ajn. a.m. near Logan's Pass. Ft. cation In the
festival at 8 pja featuring Myers in 1959, he was current wk'sUtu
The ushers will
Activities: A tea, August p.m. various singing groups of the appointed an advisor to Bishop mutt b. In car ..111g.a. .
28. 4 to 6 sponsored have a talent program Tuesday Chief Park Ranger Ruben
peak by Coleman F. Carroll of later than 7 .'clock Men
night. A Battle .Songsi city.Our Hart said Msgr. de Vsney
Usher Bowl No. One get-well wishes Diocese of Miami Joy .....' PuollceHs
are and in the ". .f
among different choirs of the who was pastor of St. Francis
Dhner sale
s.IDrday Aug-
extended to Deacon Isiah same year was invested rscslvcJ '
news aff.r Act
Xavier as a
city. The pastor is asking Catholic Church in Ft.
6 the cnorch
iMt at phone
Richardson in Christian Hospital papal chamberlain with the ti-. comet ..i wareatecd:
thopastor' everyone to pray for the sick Myers at the time of his death,
496-7745 spcnscrad by title
and also our other shutin of Very Reverend
slipped Monsigrtor.
and shutins. probably on the rugged -
Aid Club. .
member...y mountain Saturday.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August S, 1946 15

Ceiliif Falls IB I Enpty Baptist Missioi Hall'

Tons of plaster splashedthe Looking at the roof of the the rest of the roof down."
empty seats of a Miami building as it bulged above Rainwater collected on the
t. a mission hall Saturday as the the wall, and eyeing the roof earlier Saturday appa-
d ceiling collapsed. threatening clouds, an eye- rently caused the ceiling to I
said "It looks like a nag and collapse, authoritiessaid.
.. Some 20 persons sat in the witness!
1 seats Thursday night for 111 little bit of rain could knock .
--r ble and another class _. k
: ., tp study
'." .. was to fill the houseon Mon-
.. "t /4 JM "\\'e're thanking the Lora
no one was inside at the Oaeck agar ..., lower rate and eaq fiaamaseiss
time" said Mr. Rosa Lee IMMEDIATE 5R:22 FILING
Hanks, director of the Miami Brine this ad to our office and racMT* a free fill
Baptist Good \\'ill Center -
at 517 N.W. Eighth ht. D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

Operated by the Southern "Insurance, R.... Ettaia: Mort|.cV
Baptist Home Mission BUMMM member AH People Democratic Cab
Board, the sandstone, two- 2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX.10380WE
story building is believed by
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Beauteous airline stewardess Carolyn Brown, when not flying the friendly skies '
j the largest- airline service in the United States eniovs motorcycling in Chicago IjLlI
ween flights. Even with the wind playing havoc with her hair,. she knows with r

tumum' care she will be as sharp as any other stewardess when called for duty, EASY Tf

ause her hairdresser has given her the new, revolutionary Epic cool curl relaxer '.
[keep her hair manageable at all times. Carolyn, formerly known as the "Honda + a

bl" in Springfield, Massachusetts before becoming an airline stewardess, gives a "I r o r ::
lnc] of confidence to Robert Nelson III whose father owns Bob Nelson Motors in
icago, franchisee for her cycle. The unique Epic chemical relaxer is provingto
\ a boon to women on the go throughout the United States. Carolyn, 35-25-36, re- -
des in Chicago's famous Old Town. a
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I Mother Who Threw Baby In :, .-

Garbage Gets Year In Jail

Sentenced last Thursday der, and later wall wound on the lesser negligence

lo a J ear in Dude CountyJail over to the l'riminall'ourt charge.Herringbones .
2Jearold mothr r
was a 1
whose bubo lived his first ,
|Jay in a garbage can. I LIVING ROOM
The 1 mother of three,\\in- WITH DELUXE
[fred Koss, 2JOJ: N.\U71stJM c 0',9_' 2-pc. decOlal
t, was charged with criminal ;y eat innercorl or.1It +wt. with htty.
negligence. She pleaded _" 1 ;. 2 "uhioll lah//ctlnchuctien.,CotL,oil,,I""''hu,2''nni''g 'Irrrnp..
(guilty but said she thoughther and 2 pi/low/ ",Choc..i, tolo,I..: $1
I. rr J goo
infant son wall dead when t i
-he wrapped him in newspapers -
[ Jaiu.:. 28 and stuck
Im in her neighbor garbage x .

+if course you can't even
I dispose of a dead t.aby In a w
garbage can.**" Criminal 4H.
l uun Judge Carling htedI -
I man said. f
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More serious charges
might have been brought against -
her lithe bub\ had not ,
been protected: from the 4- t

degree cold u)' a swaddlingof
newspapers, and if garbage -
collector Hamp \\est
had not heard the ..aby cry r a. BEDROOME1GFpSiION

when he emptied the can into BEOOINGiSl11TE1 ,
|a refuse truck. FAMOUS. wrth c wonk drmamren .I .-.. '
n onforrl
ywdroa r
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West and two other Metro Tsnl"01 b"' '' '.0 d,d.lun.eh.. 01 panwl I $1 1900 /
workers jumped from their Ir..r mirr.r onA
I truck and dug through the .....,;. i':. I.> --_!'IiI'. lI.adnoad'd :o:1 .1..p'l'9.p"ng: Pdmogre \'

I garbage until they found the -
(child, Its umbilical cord still and heathers will be setting the \ W. i
not tied a dad after it was pace on campus this fall as the undergraduate white low"(1 t
I boi a, sock syndrom comes to an end. According to the National / TCH
Manufactures, undergraduates IS GOOD ENTH
Association of Hosiery OUP'NG'
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She admitted she was the have started using their neads when think } ': WITH US ,. IIWtluol O'N wAR
| child mother and had de ing about their feet. They now step out in sophisticatedcolors p!, 1b .J.P<< 1IIOc/.,,SET, '
livered him herself She was and patterns that both coordinate with and .. :lra led Pcai with dl"".'r.. .. ,. :::
charged with attempted mur comple:,>Pnt attire. raOIltO"i,. .
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: leave: then* there!

12,000 Jehovah Witnesses Due at ST. JAMES AME

The August Ites, Mrs.
Miriam Martin chairman, are

Beach for Aug. 24-28 ConventionThe serving ner this a Sunday gonnet's in turkey the parish din-

hall to kick off their drive for

r this month. So you won't haveto
Watchtower Bible Ing employed in the search sweat over a hot stove WEST MIAMI DISTRICT

ST. MARK BAPTISTRev. and Tract Society of New for rooms for the delegates. Sunday, let the August-Ites do

York is sponsoring a five- "Over 5,000 room re- all the sweating. Eat with HOLDS ANNUALS

C. W. Wade, pastor day district convention of quests have already been re-

Ocralecn Peek, reporterOur Jehovah's Witnesses in Mia ceived" said Thompson, them.Sunday can be a day off CONVENTIONThe

celebrated his mi Beach August 24-28, "and requests continuing from the kitchen. Stewardess
pastor in Board No. Two will have its convention was on
1966.C. to pour our headquarters
fourth anniversary on July 24. be-
between two to three hundred regular first Sunday snack way Thursday morning
Our utmost thanks and deep- G. Thompson, Assist- with registration and
How about that-a ginnig
that night.
est appreciation goes out to ant Rooming Director, is ex- every day. The noon day services
Some hotel and motel dinner with the August-Ites reports.
Rev. Albury who deliveredthe pecting 12,000 delegates for heart warming.The .
snack were
and night
anniversary message and the convention, "But it may a owners have reported already a by Rev. F.
Fine serman was
with the Stewardesses? ,
to all of our other friends go higher in view of the w being booked for the members A. Allen. Thursday at 3 p.m.a .
eh? Not only are
who made that day a great number of room requests that convention. "This has been panel discussion began
them but
urged to patronage ,
success. are coming in every day at due to a number of delegates who wants to dine with Rev. W. F. Ford and Rev.
Our next annual event of our headquarters," he said. making their own reservations sumptously anyone II. Hall presiding. The follow-

the year is our Woman's Day Delegates will be coming without coming ing ministers were in charge

program on August 28. The from more than 35 states, through our rooming depart- The July-Ites closed out for topics. Rev. D. A. Anderson

public is invited Canada, Jamaica, Mexico, ment," Thompson explained their month of rallying Sunday Rev. K. D. Brooks. The

NEW MACEDONIA Puerto Rico, Guatemala and with a program. Mrs. Sarah evening session had brought
the Bahamas. The con- C. O. THOMPSON Anyone desiring to list Mobley and her fine workers strength to many souls. The

3165 NW 56th Street vention will be held at the rooms may do so by calling reported $1,337.75. Congratu- minister that was in charge

Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Miami Beach ConventionHall. modations in hotels, motels, the Watchtower Convention lations to you all. was Rev. W. J. Jackson and

Willie J. Beard, reporter apartment houses and private Rooming Department at Rev. W. M. Byrd.
Thompson said that 600 homes. 757-7141. On August 14 the church Friday at 11 a.m. Salter's
The president, officers
and members of the Young volunteer workers from 31 The same method of oper- will celebrate the second anniversary Chapel youth were in charge

Women's Auxiliary wish to Miami area congregationsof ation that has given the of the dedicationof for a panel discussion. Sat-
thank each and everyone for Jehovah's Witnesses have Witnesses the New St. James. The urday afternoon the youth hada

their fine support and coop- been canvassing the area mark world-wide an identifying namely CHURCH OF THE occasion, which is really watermelon and fish fry
eration in making their fourth since,July 1 seeking accom- DOORRev. two weeks late, was uppedto outing.
house-to-hou calling is be- OPEN
Sunday Rev. H. J. Benson
anniversary a great success the second Sunday on account -
Thanks ro the auxiliaries and Henry McDowell, pastor of the pastor's expectedtrip and congregation were in

associate minister of Macedon Annette E. McNeal, reporter to London, England on charge.

ia. Special thanks to Rev. Mt. Calvary Women that data. Muriel Ward, reporter
Osacr ,W. West and congregation Sunday proved of Much The Rev. T. C. Kelley will
of Bethlehem Baptist interest at the Church of the be present along with his

Church for closing out on Open Door. The 9:45 a.m. congregation that evening. He TRANSFIGURATIONEpiscoapl'

Sunday afternoon. Rev. West's Raise $4,654.66Mrs. services which is Reared is pastor of St. Paul AME ( )
for families with
taken from Samuel especially Church.
text was 15260 NW 19th AvenueFr.
1:12; St. Matthew 1:21 and children, was dedicated to Your reporter is one of the
Elisha Clarke Jr. Vicar
St. Mark 14:8, 16:1. He gave Hawkins Wins Crown the teachers and members of captains for this affair and at ,

us thought for a message that the Daily Vacation Bible present unable to get around The church is celebrating
will not be forgotten. The School which culminated at.that <, like he would like to, so he its annual Patronal Festival

Holy Ghost was truly present. On Sunday, July 31 Mt. time. Mrs. Eneida has appointed Mrs. Cooper as Sunday, August 7 with Solemn
If you want your faith Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. Michelson, who has a degreein his "private secretary" to
lifted come on over to the Samuel Atchison, pastor, Religious Education directed help him contact the following High Mass and Sermon at
Holy Ghost headquarters.MT. observed its 12 Woman's Day.A the Bible school. The persons: 10:45 a.m. The guest preacherwill
be the Rev. Herman
spiritual feast was enjoyed program presented by the Zelma Jenkins, Anna
HERMON AME throughout the morning ser- children' was most inspiring. ClarkEddie Mae Range, Glen- Smith, vicar of St. Anthony'sEpiscopal

vice Which was highlighted The fifith Sunday 'also- dina Edwards, Beodis Perkins Church, Carol
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor City. On Wednesday August
served as the day of observance Barbara Barnett
the Sallie Queen
by speaker, Mrs. ,
The fifth Sunday which is the Lord's 10 the annual Patronal Beach
of. Supper
Carline who th. Smith, Gladys Ciffee and
,spoke on
traditionally Missionary Day', Party at Haulover Beach. The
: usually held on the first
Church theme, "The Highway of Marvis Butler. The donationis
throughout the AME public is invited.
Life." The evening service Sunday as well as the Fellow- only $5.00.NEW .
was observed at Mt. Hermon.
The ladies selected the featured the captains and shipping new members.
Rev.A. .
various I Sunday, August 7 is'Col-
soloists in a
Smith to bring the rooming 4SUSIE
centered around the theme, lege Youth Day. A well-
the message fine which audience was which a treat was to "Born to be Free." planned, talented program will MT. MORI AH HOUSE-UESTS AT

on hand. Mrs. Clara Love ran a very I be presented at both ser- THE BOB WRIGHTSBob
Th.. Youth Choir sang out close race with Mrs. Susie vices. Members and friendsare Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor

of their ,hearts with Ton Hawkins whi was crowned invited to be present. Evelyn", L. Souter, reporterOn and Hazel Wright are
McCoy at the console. All of "Mt. Calvary Queen" for -- Rev. and Mrs. McDowell the fourth Sunday still all smiles over the recent -

the Mt. Hermon family is just 196667.Mrs. HAWKINS are spending a much needed morning Rev. W. M. Davis of visit of their daughter,

happy to have young McCoyto Vivilora P. Green and brief vacation in Jamaica with Brownsville, delivered a pow- Dorothy and her husband C.

play for the youth choir. lie Mrs. Marv K. McKenzin. cochairman friends. erful message. Services were W. O. Levi Holland and their
is the son of Mrs. Sallie express their ap- helped to make this Woman'sDay spiritually high with Rev. daughter, Bettye. The three

McCoy of Opa-locka. preciation to everyone who a very successful one. Jackson bringing the message. have just completed a 3ft year

At 4 p.m. the Missionaries, Sunday night we had a treat stay in Germany where Levi

led by Sister Roberta Cherrythe BROWNSVILLERev. with a wondeeful program. was attached to the Air Force

president, sponsored their MT. CARMEL BAPTIST TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. Phillip H. Cooper, pastor day Both Sunday choirs sang and the jointly Lord's all Unit. They are now stationedat
annual Rainbow Tea. This Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
was a beautifuk affair. There 225 NW 14th Terrace L. A.Thompson, pastor Supper will be partaken.A The Wrights also had as

were six tables of different Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Services were high throughout bouquet to each and their guest, his brother, Fran

color schemes. The judges Sis. Louise McGriff, reporterWe The Men's Day committee the day. At the 11 a.m. everyone who participatedsent cis and his wife, Bonnie, fora
decided that the yellow table will sponsor the annual "Trip service, Rev. Williams, an donations during Choir week's visit. Both are in
was the most beautiful, and have so much to thank Around the Country" this associate pastor of New No. Four's anniversary. The the educational system of

the price went to Sister the Lord for. We had another Friday night, with the main Providence Baptist Church, King and Wueen were crowned North Carolina.

Leatha Gamble. Second prize great day Sunday. The Rev. stop ending at Perrine. The preached out of his soul. also. For Queen, Mrs. Lula Long time friend of the

went to the purple table and Griffin of Shiloh Baptist round-trip fare will be $1.00. The choir was at its best Welloms, the king was JohnD. Wrights, Sadye Orange Aikens

third prize to the red. Mrs. Church delivered the message Transportation leaves the with Mrs. Pauline Cooper at Souter. Runner-up, Mrs. recently spent a few days

Thomasena Lindsey gave a and on Sunday afternoon Sis. church, 1723 NW 3rd Ave., at the piano in the absence of Retha Shannon. All won by with them before she visited

most timely message on the Nancy Williams sponsoredthe 8 o'clock. Take a ride and Mr. Hepburn. livening wor- raising the highest amount. Nassau. Sadye lived in Reids-
"Great "GrandmotherEve. ship was in charge of the Total raised during the anni-
subject, Women. We program beat the heat. ville, N. C. Rowena Mac
wish to thank all the visitorsand .*' It was a wonderful The Lord's Supper will be pastor who preached a very versary was $570. Millan of Fayetteville, NI C.
friends for their participation program. Sis. Williams thank administered during the mom- stirring sermon. Many visitorswere Both usher boards would accompanied the Hollands to

all of you who helped to put ing and evening services. The present.We like to thank each one that Miami for a visit with the
A bon voyage party was this program over. choirs will sing jointly. participated and attended their Wrights.
given for Mrs. Catherine The annual Men's Day are eagerly looking for. program Sunday afternoon.
Small, director of the youth The evening message was drive will terminate Sunday ward to our Men's Day in We are still asking for your
delivered by the Rev. Joseph September and the crowning
choir, who is leaving this August 14. Every loyal prayers for our pastor, shut-
Coats. of the
weekend for Turkey to join Temple-ite is falling in line Brownsville.King and Queen! of ins and bereaved families.

her husband who is in the Prayer meeting for our for the home run and chairman DRAKE MEMORIALRev.
,service of his country. We revival will begin on Monday Stafford Bain is asking
pray for her and all that they after the first Sunday. Come all to make this the best J. W. Dunn, pastor

would be under the protectionof and be with us and on Monday ever. He expects every mem- Nancy F. Green, reporter

Almighty God. Let us not night after the second Sunday. ber to do his duty. The women Former Holy Redeemer The pastor, officers and
forget the Love Feast this Preaching will begin with have pledged to do their members invite all of their
Friday night. the Rev. Everette of Ft.
part in a big way. All cap friends to attend an Ordina-
Lauderdale. Remember the tains have been urged to con- tion Service for Deacons on
sick and shutins and those Dies In Mountain
yact their members in time. FallIt Sunday, August 7 at 3 p.m.
NEW HOPE BAPTISTReb. who have lost some of their
The Rev. W. F. Tanner Sr.
loved ones.
W. E. Sims, pastor FRIENDSHIP M.B. was reported Monday that During his pastorate in will deliver the sermon.

Mary L. Mayfield, reporter Msgr. Joseph de Vaney, 51, Miami
The members of choir No. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor former pastor of Holy Redeemer blished Msgr. de Vaney esta-

One would like to thank all Ruby Lee Carr, reporter Parish in Miami, fell to Holy Redeemer a medical clinic at
of the members and friendsfor for needy persons
ZION HOPERev. his death down the side of Mt.
making the "Battle ofSongs" Sunday our pastor is expected Oberlin in Glacier National in Liberty City, Brown-
P. Freeman, pastor Subdviison and Bunche Park ATTENTIONCHURCH
a success. We had a to deliver both the Park in Montana.
Sis. E. Jackson, reporterNo. area.
wonderful program both spiri- morning and evening REPORTERS
and financially. One Usher Board will sermons. His body was found Sun-
tually Saturday, August 6 the male
have a dinner sale Saturdayat at the bottom of a 90-foot
will have baptismal Church
We Since for
chorus will have a musical his appointment n.wc publication
the church from 10:30 to
ajn. near Logan's Pass.
services Sunday at- 9 a.m. until 6 The ushers will festival at 8 p.m. featuring Ft. Myers in 1959, he was In the currant w..k's
Activities: A tea, August p.m. various singing groups of the appointed an advisor to Bishop l..w. mutt b. In our offica
have talent Tues- Ranger Ruben
28, 4 to 6 p.m., sponsored by day night. A Battle program ofSongs city.Our Hart said Msgr. de Vaney, Coleman F. Carroll of the .9 later than 7 o'clock Mon.
Usher Board No. One. Diocese
among different choirs of the get-well wishes are who was pastor of St. Francis of Miami, and in the Joy ovoning. Publication of
Dinner wo Saturday, August extended to Deacon Isiah same year was invested
n.w. r.calv.41 offer thatt'
city. The pastor is asking Xavier Catholic Church in Ft. as a
6 at thVchorch, phone everyone to pray for the sick Richardson in Christian Hospital Myers at the time of his death, papal chamberlain with the .. c..... b. gv.onl..d:
696-7745, sponsored by the and shutins. and also our other shut- probably slipped on the rugged tide of Very Reverend Monsignor -
w Pastor's Aid C1t.s in members. ,r mountain Saturday. .


.. _1 .-- .__.,_ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August S, 1966 15
*;;,t ., .
1 '4"'t f') \ f' !.l ; .., "I': .. elllig Falls In Elllpt Baptist Mission Hall .1

J: : '''< :.-:.}..,...tt. ,.'I.. 11.r. ;:, d..'.: Tons of plaster splashedthe Looking at the roof-ofthe .. the rest of the roof down.
... empty seats of a Miami building as it bulged above Rainwater collected on the
__ : mission hall Saturday as the the wall, and eyeing the roof earlier Saturday apparently
.. ceiling: collapsed. threatening clouds, an eye- caused the ceiling to I
Some 20 persons sat in the witness said, "It looks like a sag and collapse,authoritiessaid.
: seats Thursday night for Bible little bit of rain could knock .

study, and another class -. _I
i : _. was to fill the house on Monday -

: "We're thanking the Iord'no
one was inside at the Check nu r new, lower rates and .a.y financing
time," said Mrs. Rosa Lee IMMEDIATE SRttt FILING
FH Frankg, director of the Miami Bring this ad to our offic and receive. a fr.. gift
Baptist Good VM11 Cen-
:T ter at 517 N.W. Eighth St. I D. Goodman and Son, Inc.

Operated by the Southern "Iniurancc, Real, Eitat, Mort.a,,"
Baptist Home Mission Business member All Peopt. Democratic Club
Board, the sandstone, two- 10385WE (
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX
story building is believed by

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I Mother Who Threw Baby In

Garbage Gets Year In Jail

Sentenced last Thursday der, and later was (bound on the lesser negligence!
lo a year in Dade County. over to the Criminal Court charge. I

Udil was a 23-\ ear-old moth-
i I' whose babJived his first '+ "'G'
lay' in a garbage can + ,,,. =-_ GORGEOUS
1 t -c- LIVING'
The I mother of three, Win r WlTN DELUXE ROOM
fred I loss, 2303 N.W. 71st C.orent SUITE, .
1st: ., was charged with criminal 20pc. d.caa'a
inn.rceil'c>sntructien'm suit. with busy.
negligence. She pleaded ., 2 'Qlhla"
table.. ri"2'tunnt,
but said she r cecItoit
guilty thought and 2 pI'If 0" ., '
11 infant son was dead when p4r. ti"" s Choic.0'rolo,.: 11900
she wrapped him in newspapers f lIl
| + Jan. 28 and stuck ; ; 1I t rx5"
I him in her neighbor's: garbage -
can "> SMt
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; k t r 1
dl course you cun'le\cn y
[dispose of a dead i.aby in a
I{garbage{ can," (iminal) : % I
( oust I Judge (ailing Sted- El .
|man !said! __

More serious charges
I might have been brought a-
L'amsthei t if the baby had not
|bun protected from the 40clegree -
cold l Uj a swaddling
|of newspapers, and If garbage '
collector (lamp \Vesthad :
i not! heard the baby ciIwhtn ',\ BEDROOM .
he emptied the can intoa BIG\ .FASHION DING\ r .
BED ; .
| refuse truck SUITE\ \ MOOS nw-r .. ;r4

West and two other Metro ". 1ran.lorm and b;.1".a." ",ofA anel.,' co if :
: ... of b.auty the't 01, P $11900 r,
workers jumped from their .. .,: ", rrlirNr' 'Ii .
truck and dug through the .":;;....o. _.........".c. '_-' \*Iaclboar'd' aoo 2 "prong"p1'n o p""i, 1! .
garbage until they' found the manrecc -_.,__: r /
( child its umbilical cord still Herringbones and heathers will be setting the 10.... -.I r
not! tied a da\ after it was pace on campus this fall as the undergraduate white r
I born sock syndrom comes to an end. According to the National I t [YOUR CREDIT]
Association of Hosiery Manufactures, undergraduates t : '-r" r IS GOOD KITCHENGROU

She udmitted she was the have started using tneir neads when think1 1 WITH US Plt/ p.NNERWARG.
lihilds mother und had de- ing about their feet.They now step out in sophisticatedcolors ----t =4 1'/' "" Pc. En ET.ar
Ih creel him herself. She was and patterns that both coordinate with and I ,... 1 Tr 1 Pllrch J4,. Pc. dl".1Ytt direnePIN.
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. 16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 5, 196'6

... ... ,
.' T. ; 1 SUMMER CAMP AT "Ciltm Through Ploy"Is
I LET'S TALK POLITICS /JI "" -\ NW CENTER YWCAThe Carver Summer ThemeCarver

By NORMAN E. JONES Summer Day Camp at
Northwest Center YWCA will Branch YMCA's Guest Artist Patricia Williams -

Americans are great bar- Yet these same shrewd bar- ." i continue a summer program midsummer presentation was brilliant with a,
gain hunters they bflleycIn gain-hunters are faced with through August 19. "Culture Through J1ay"was cello solo. Tommy Walton
shopping around before the selection of their officials Campers may enroll now immediate success last captured the audience with
making a final purchase, from only "One-Brand." for the next three weeks for an Thursday evening in the his conga drums accom-
they price, If a full day or a half day. Parents paniment to the dancers.
compare quality- they get, as they often Branch auditorium. An au-
terms, brand names,guaran- do, an inferior product in the i I additional may information.call 634-2631 for dience of more than 200 Summer Director Kaymon
tees, warrantees and all other "democratic Primaries';they Thornton said another presentation -
j The hours are from 8 a.m. adults and children
conditions and considera- have no choice until the term was scheduled as
until 5 The has cried and jumped with fright
p.m. program
tions including Trading of office over.With a strong |t been planned to give a child through eleven acts by staff part of the culmination act-

Stamps before they make a Two-l'arty System, they I! an exciting summer vacation professionals, guests artists ivities of the summer day

purchase for goods and serv- would have office seekers to, ( at home doing things they and day camp children who camp program.

ices.They choose from in the Republican I like to do in arts and crafts, danced, sang, dramatized The entire day camp program
are most insistent on Primaries, in the Democratic to enrich their lives with the' fairy tales and demonstratedjudo will have an outing at
the privilege of exchangingsuch Primaries and in the I stories 'that all children enJoy and fencing skills. Greynolds Park Friday of

purchases if they are not General Elections. Giving thea Ra 'i They can go places of of the evening this week.
satisfactory and in many broader choice from whichto a I: interest to broaden their

cases demand"money back- choose and the opportunity Loretta Lightfoot, 16, a horizons. included a dance ceremonial sequence rituals -
of :
if not satisfied." Sales adver- of selecting better 'Mer- Let the children enjoy a
member of the Student Council by staff member Amope East Coast
"Two For wholesome experienceat
tising The Price chandise. camp
at Attucks High School, Nze and student dancers; a
home for
Of One" August. Mrs. M.
causes a near stamp-
The American System of who is an outstanding home' Gill, program director.MIAMI one act play, "The Slave'With Tailors
ede.It economics student, has received Two Faces," directedby
would Free Enterprise thrives
logically seem SPECIAL
a merit award from staff member Frances
that such Americans who are competition and only a the Council of South TAILORED SLACKS
Dairy Young; the fashioning, on .
proud of their sense of'get- strong "Two-J'arty System"provides TIMES
stage, of lump of clay intoa $14.95
ting a bargain' on their ex- the competition in .
The daughter of Mrs. Dot- MMMlMtafet, attMQLh
pendable commodities, Government that is demanded beautiful piece of pottery'by Alterations and Remodeling
would in business. sie Lightfoot, 2318 SimmsSt. BRING staff member Leroy Dam FAST SERVICE
quite naturally use ADS
., Hollywood, in addition ,
iels to the piano
How accompaniment
the same shrewd buying can .. 111 NW 62 ST.
to he school work, cooks ..... If uv of Walter Richardson -
when Congressmen from "One'arty" -
practices they are sel-
for her tamilShe has main- PL 8-3901
and a judo and fencing
Public domlnted States sit ;
ecting Officials who RESULTS
tained In A cuff while waif"Anytime"
a H-plus average exhibition staff you
by member
handle billions of dollars of in judgement on Anti-Trust .
home economics and a "It" +wtp. tsnsrlil_i1r
Billy Hall.
their money. Maybe they just Hearings, when they are' average in subjects general >
thought of it. elected to office in violationof '
ly. She is a member of St.
In states like Florida the same laws they helpedto James Primitive
where the "One-l'arty Sys- make, interpret and en- Baptist
Church, serves on the ushers'board
tem" dominates the Govern- force.This
and sings inthechoir.
the have In the Novem-
ment, people less year
is a member of Future
choice than if they were buy- ber General Elections, the Homemakers of America
loaf of good people of Florida havean
ing a bread, after all and Dramatics Club.
there are always two or more excellent opportunity
brands to choose from. choice.


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Maurice Minnis attendedthe
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Nassau, Bahamas last Sunday.
Mr. Minis is a resident of
Hallandale.Mrs. .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, _Friday, August 5, 1966 17

ihune-Cookman Wildcats Have 2

ms ReturningPush Mete Sdc

- ----
an advertising agenWild .." 4A'w
ned the slogan "put a Ik equal to any in Florida. We Gu11 :
'lune-Cookman 1 I'in didn't lose
your tank" It has coach many regulars in
Lloyd "Tank" J graduation and we have about
ataphased many weys.
son in
an interview
Bethune-Cookman CoJ this two complete teams returning -
week said. "Oeth\D'lo-Cook ."
in Its
aata "a tank manhI..
year has talent Johnson, 6 foot two'and a
well-proportioned 245 pounds
looked as fit as any of his
football players while he
waring with........ local answered questions on a 4: (4 :,,
a part of a
season ticket campaign pro
motion in its second week
now at Bethune-Cookman.
The big coach who played I
college football at BCC said
"the coaches, staff and the
athletic committee is working
hard with the public relations
BY HARRY SPEAR office to make this
campaign a success. I thinkit GULF OIL'S ALL STAR BASKETBALL TEAM Back row, left to right, Jeff
would be a shame to see a Neuman, Gary De Yulia, Tom Duff, Tom Kerwin, Don Davidson, Tal Brody, Alan
HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP' fine team as we have play to Zuckerman, Coach Jim McGregor; Front row, Lon Hughley Gary Suiter, Stan McKenzie
an empty stadium." (former Miami Northwestern and NYU star) Dick Kuchen, William Allen,
Saturday, August 6, the public will have the Then he recalled a game Mike Dabich and Neil Johnson.
tunity of seeing the Heavyweight Title Fight against Morris Brown College -
|TV at 4 p.m. on Channel 10 and 12, direct from here some years ago.
don, England between Cassius Clay and Brian "We played like pros neither Gulf Sends All-Star Amateur
team made a mistake and
don. The bookies in London think this is a mis- there were only 200 people
ch if there ever was one. They have made thea watching."

a 1-10 favorite and no money showing. Clay Johnson also reminded his Basketball Players World Tour
relaxation alone with his manager Angelo Dundee audience that a season ticket on
: in the English Football Cup game last Saturdaych contributes'toward a
scholarship for these university; Tal Brody, All vania.
we all saw on TV.We Americans call it stu- An all-star team of basketball
y is training hard for this fight. As soccer dents. The entire team is on players, sponsored by Big Ten play-maker. from Some of the first summer
we knowa
some kind of financial aid the Gulf Oil Corporation,has the University: of Illir"is; stops on the tournament circuit
man is facing you in that square ring he has program. Otherwise some of embarked on a worldwidetour Tom Kerwin, All Americanand are Messina, Italy,August
t as much as you have. We stand on the chance them wouldn't get a college which began in Luxembourg holder of all-time scoring 7-9; Kagusa, Italy., August
side talking an easy fight, yet sometimes it takes education. August 2, and will records at Centenary 10-12; Catania, August
t one punch to finish a fight. This is Clay's When asked if Bethune Stan McKenzie of 14
se- end in South America some- College; and Loano, Italy,August
d title fight abroad. When he stopped British played a gins t white schools, time In 1967. It is believed to Miami, fourth highest scorer 1722.
|ampion Henry Cooper, this fight was also tele- present Johnson time answered SIAC "at conference the- be the most extensive privately in New: York University scoring The team will be guestsof
ed here.Cooper gave Clay a rough time for a while. is predominantly a Negro sponsored tour taken annals; Thomas Duff, basketball federations and
.e champ says he is the most publicized human conference but it has by American amateur bas St Joseph's College most dubs in countries to be visit
ng alive today. If he succeeds against LondonEarl's produced Willie Oali- ketball players who customarily valuable play er and captain ed. Invitations already hare
in such 19H5-66j; Don Davidson one been received from Belgium
Court in London, he will meet European mores, Bobby Hayes and your participate
of Davidson taiiversity'salltime Guatemala
Holland Sweden -
trips under sponsorship of ,
ampion Karl Mildenberger Sept. 10th. Bob Paramores. They were
Clay carried his usual sparring mates with him. right here roughing it up with the l.. S. State Department. stars; Lonnie llughev, El Salvador, Costa Rica,
second team AllAmericanat and Kuwait. The
The squad, selected from a Panama
the nation is
us once, now
o boys who are sometimes responsible for him l Fresno State Mike and
get- watching them. Willie Oali- 20 who trained in July at ; non-professional gold
g in good shape. They are Cody Jones and Jimmy more formerly with Florida St Joseph's 'ollege field Dabich i seven foot, 250- blue quintet also will con
lis. Cody is known as the Bull, and Jimmy has the A&M and Chicago Bears, was house in Philadelphia\ ., pound giant from New Mexico duct clinics for young players
eed Jimmy a light heavyweight and Cody a heavy- killed in a cat accident. consists of some All-Amer- State; Ralph Telkin, Ail- in each country it visits.
ight. Clay has been guaranted $250,000forthe fight. Tank had nothing but ican choices and numerous American from Kockhurst The tour will take the team
praise for a busy Jack "Cy" sectional stars. They' will be College; Itichard Kuchen, a to such diverse places Kir-
AMI DOLPHINSIt's McClairen, head coach, who coached by James McCre- 1000-point scorer at Hider una, Sweden, one hundred
almost post time for the Miami Dolphins of played football at BCC. "His gor, former Whitworth College .('ollegej'l11lam; Allen ofNew and fifty miles north of the
ie American Football League. And almost contrary experience with the Pittsburgh and New Mexico State : : Mexico State Univ'ersiu Arctic Circle; Kuwait on the
the traditions of the coaching professipn, Head Steelers has made him Unl'ersitmentor who has who was one of Los Angeles -, Arabian (.ulf; the Italian lit-
oach George Wilson has stated that he is pleasedith one of the best" coaches in. been coach for numerous all-time)) great high >sera; the Swiss Alps; and
the conference foreign national teams since school athletes;and Jeff Neu London, Amsterdam, Rome,
the that has been made in the three
progress The Wildcats had a winning from
1953. man. All-Ivy leaguer Brussels, Copenhagen, Helsinki
eeks spent in training camp in sunny St. Petersburg season every year udner the University of Peniio.vJ- and Stockholm.
each. The Gull team will include
McClairen's leadership. Last
Neil Johnson, 6 foot-seven
The dolphins the team in the AFL they finished 5-1-2.
new open year
inch husky from Creighton
air preseason schedule, Friday night, August 6

[gainst one of the league's strongest teams, the San .. ,
iego Chargers, and the contest will take place i Dan

Diego.(This is one of four preseason games for the JohnBeegwas I IW
olphins. The others are: Kansas City at Miami, Fri-

ay night, August 12; New York at Jacksonville, Fla.,
aturday evening, August 20; and Denver at Memphis,
eM", Wednesday night, August 24.)
Now don't get the idea that Coach Wilson, former
'Coach of the Year" in the National Football Leaue -
and a veteran of 29 years of professional football,
s going overboard.He isn't being out and out optimisic. 3v
But besides stating how he is "pleased with the 1
rogress that has been made," he continues to assert 4
hat he said all during the Florida winter circuit. s.' j
hat "the Dolphins will be competitive during the 1966 F io'r < .
ampaign.rVeteran ;'

defensive backs on the roster are Jim "f'
amen and Dick Westmoreland, both formerly of San '
)iego, Willie West an ex-New York Jet, John Mc- ,

eever, formerly of the Denver Broncos, and Ross 0'- 4 ,. ,.:" "', .
anley, who used to be with the Boston Patriots. In '(." "..-", ,
ddition, Wilson has been pleased with the work of a ) sti '
j-ouple of rookies from Tennessee, Hal Wantland and 3y}
ob Petrella.

Among the veteran receievers in camp are flanker-

ack Bo Roberson, whose pass receivers help Buffaloo s tna rt 1af, h.g. s

win the championship last year, Flanker Frank : -.:,' t'c r '
ackson, from Kansas City, and tight end Dave Kocouek : .:L r's
who was obtained from San Diego. Rookie pass-
rabbers who have attracted attention here include I }

[John Roderick, from Southern Methodist, and Doug s
oreau from Louisiana State both solit ends. ,
Although-allowing- that- everything is subject to I Stprcg 1 >,.

hange, Coach Wilson has indicated he'll probablypen A unanimous choice of his teammates, Larry a...'r'5;,,..:4.

against San Diego with pretty much a veteran Little was named the captain of the 1966 Bethune-
group, both offensively and defensively. Matter a fact, Cookman College Wildcats. A senior playing his last

a day or so ago, when asked to. name starters at a year, is being scouted by the Los Angeles Rams, here!
Press interview-"if the San Diefco; game were gein'g Pittsburgh Steelers Detroit Lions of the National
played tomorrow" named only two rookiesboth on League. A natural leader on the gridiron, the 61",
offense, Roderick at split end, and Sam Price, from 25&-pound tackle from Miami Beach plays both offense
Illinois, at halfback. With Price in the backfield he and defense. It was his jarring tackles that caught the

listed Dick Wood, quarterback drafted and from Roberson.Oakland, eyes of the professional scouts. Can Scotch actually taste good?Ask tie bonHad-

Billy When Joe, fullback from Buffalo the genial coach bred Scotch drinker*.They've been gmadriag> tWr

smiled and asked about have problems eight, big ones San great and the hitting has improved. All in all they are lip over John Begg for years. Suddenly dm poi.
said "We
Diego, Kansas City: New York, Denver Oakland, Buffalo giving the fans what they come to see, plenty of ,ac- old name is on the tip of everybody toape, ,...a

Houston and Boston. And we have to play all except tion. Schedule for This Week peg of Begg..Ift a wee bit: better than tW bat,"** t
Boston twice." the poetic Scot of their treasured John Bed.!...

taste is gentle, and whoM price m lifhtMJ
111- MARLINS second Thurs. Aug. 4, Marlins vs Tampa at 7:30 p.m.; ...trratetto 1'1 MIa M.MCCUNN co..,..*.
Marlins are fighting for first place in the Fri., Sat., Aug. 5-6, Marlins vs St. Pete, 7:30p.m.
aIf. It the right track. Pitching is k
seems they-are on .
..: *


.ti ,.., ',',. I. ,A. ,,,. ."

p 18 THE MIAMI JaMa, Friday, August 5, 1966
room facilities for teaching
deaf children will form part
[NEWS FROM IN AND of the program. All of the
a .v-'X schools will be located in
yr /7W--A/--
Bethel Baptist Church,
QacrW L I '. v.jjjm .. ___ .
r' .r -- celebrate its 145th anniver-
I Samuel J. Thompson was the housewife has had a time sary on Sunday,Aug. 7,with
hanged in the Fox IIl11ltri- .trying to make ends meet. the Rev. Edward T. Grahamof
s y son on July 12 for the mur- She just has not been ableto Miami as speaker. A fea-
der of Everette Martin stretch the dollar as far ture of the occasion will be
t Pearce, branch manager of as she did the pound. The the dedication of a $3,500
the Royal Bank of Canada cost of living increased 2.86 stained window being instal-
d ..'1WiiYMn .,WV M.-IIM n .,NHr+ L Wenr ..YMII Nov. 17, 1965. He was convicted per cent In June, the Mini- led in the new building.
May 4, but appealed.The shy of Labor reported. Some Bethel has the reputationof
court rejected his'''folks think it is just a partof being the oldest Churchof
appeal. the period of adjustment, the Baptist faith in the
Thompson shot and but it hurst just the same. Caribbean area. It was founded -
killed Pearce during a hold The Bahamas Trade Union by Spencer Williams, a
up of the bank. His execu- Congress staged a protest slave who ran away fromSt.
tion is the first in the Ba- march July 5. Augustine and reachedthe
hamas since Dec. 4, 1962, Bahamas in a dinghy
when Jeremiah Forbes was The Ministry of Ed- along with a companion.
Y t .bg ,n, A VrM1 hanged for killing his wife, ucation has launched a Dr. Brown Iscarryingoutan
s Albertha. $542,000 school-building ambitious program of renovating -
program. Included in the the old edifice and
Hans are in the makingfor plan are two junior schools adding a new, which will
a memorial New Providence with accomodation for 600 make it one of the most spa-
l...t.iliJdr" ", L __"""'--- Q-v:- ; t'."\' "!!.P,' \. ......_ J Woodes Rogers, children each, and two In- cious church buildings in the
fant schools to accomodate colony. Friends in Floridaare
first Royal Governor of the:
Bahamas. U.S. Johnson of 270 students each. Class- invited to the dedication.
Old Era Closes As BethvneCookman's
i J.S. Johnson and Co. Ltd.,

Faith Hall Becomes Art Gallery of has a announced plaque or a the memorial erection ;"tr iiL f ,s r Specialst, ?

building. Rogers became ..,\.: .a..v.OPEN
Bethune-Cookman Col- Bethune because the school Francis, now on sick leavein governor of the colony in
lege will close its sum- was founded by "faith in Lexington, Kentucky is 1717. SUNDAY I TO 6 P.M.
director of the
mer school this week and God. currently Drop by and Chat with Our A gents
an entire era will dose at In 1935 the old four story boarding departmentWhile Almost everyoody, espec-
the walls of Faith ially the laboring ma n,is suffering -
Faith Hall, the dining room structure was razed and re- Waterfront Values"FLORIDA
Hall will no longer ring with from the Dollar Blues.
modern brick
placed by a
campus. !building on the site of the laughter and the clinging During the month of May, LIVING AT ITS BEST
For sixty-two years BCC sounds of "pots and pans"it the Bahamas changed its
Faith Hall. It hasa
had meals in original $600 DOW
students have will not be useless. The from English currency -
of 500.
seating capacity
Faith Hall. This year Clin- The new building has !been building will !be converted <<: to the decimal system. 9251 LITTLE RIVER ,BLVD
ton M. Evans,acting directorof into art gallery. i
an And since then, by Golly,
!boarding department and used strictly as a dining hall. Large 3 bedroom, CBS on 75x130 lot. Landscaped with

his assistants served 1800 The list of VIPs who have many extras included. A must see.to appreciate. One
meals a day. had meals in Faith Hall In- FHA mortgage. One low monthly payment pays all.,
When school opens in the clude: the late Mrs. FranklinD.
fall the students will have a Roosevelt, wife the32nd "COZY 3 BEDROOM"
new dining hall in the Stud- president of the U.S.; Ma-
ent Union Building, a partof dam Pandit, then ambassador $400 DOWN TOTAL PRICE $13,000
a million and a half dol- from India;Sugar Ray 9001 NW 17 AVENUE
lars construction nearly com- Robinson, former Welter-
pleted at BCC. MiddleWeight Champion of This is traly a lovely hone In a very convenient
the world; Marion Anderson, location. Separate dining room, screened porch ,
In 1904 old Faith Hall famed singer, Ralph Bunche, 3 NDIIOOM C$$ NSf awnings, fenced yard and other extras, hard.
was a house for rent neara United Nations official; Roland Csi pletld' wood floors, tile roof. $400 down. Total price
dump pile. Dr. Mary Mc- Hayes, world's famous $13,000.
Leod Bethune rented the tenor and Florida
building and opened Day- State officials.many c '1 ,, '21% '.NW" 4Pt i ..fri'.e.'r CUSTOM BUILT
tona Normal and Industrial
+ Institute for Negro girls. It The dinning hall has had 1041 N.W. 87th Street
was used then for a kinder- only three directors in its 3155 NW 66th Stet'
garten, dormitory, science long history. Margaret Seville ,' Exceptionally designed 3 bedroom, 2 bath with
department, president's office was the first dietitian, ii'' trtmendous screened Fla! room overlooking water.
and dining hall. It was called she was succeeded by JuliaA. 'TRADE IN YOUR' OLD NOOSE. .lR'LI.r-' : total price( only $23,000 good terms arranged.

,-Faith Hall- by the late Dr. Davis and Charles W. OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY John A. Pirie on prelliul"Bargain

I Priced"


3639 N.W., 15th Avenue 635-4595
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED Beautiful 2 or 3 bedroom CBS with lovely Fla rm.

NEWLY PAINTED Many desirable extras included. Walk to shopping
schools and
5 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS. INCOME PRO- r transportatien.

PERTY, FURN. $8,500 WITH 6% INTE- ............


8023 NW 14th Place + 9020 NW 12 COURT.
In choice area. Comfortable. 3 bedroom CBS. On

I. NO CLOSING + spacious 100x100 landscaped lot, central heat,

garage, carpeting, hardwood floors, sprinkler
FORD REAL ESTATE SPECIALS + 1451 NW 88 STREET + system and many other extras. Priced right. FHA
A 2 bedroom, screened front
porch wanted
T carport, terms one mortgage,. reasonable down paymentand
MOVE RIGHT IN + prea. FHA terms. + one monthly payment pays all. Mrs. Sidney

ASK FOR II R. MILTON A. Thomas on premises
8811 NI 15 AVENUE

((1)) 4001 NW 19 Ave. $150 down. $25 wk. + 2 bedroom, Fla room, enclosed garage, fenced + "Home and Income"
3 bedroom, CBS house. large lot and other extras. FHA. $13,000. A


((2)) 3274 NW 68 St. $100 down. $18 wk. 840 NW 85 STREET ? $400 !)OWN $11,500 TOTAL

1 bedroom house, fenced yard. A 2 bedroom, Fla room, re frig., stove, air cond., LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS

carport, FHA terns, no closing cost.
((3)) 3060 NW 55 St. $400 down.. $25 wk. t wt Lovely 2 with or 3 bedroom home with extra 1 bedroom
cottage minimum
$60 month .inca... You
3 bedroom, CBS house. 1471 I NW 89 STREET must see thli value to
A 2 bedroom, front screened porch, appliances, V worth really appreciate its

((4)) 774 NW 70 St. $350 down. $25 wk. sprinkler system, FHA terms no closing cost. .

5 bedroom, CBS home. j 8800 NW 14 AVENUE "On Beautify! Arcola Lake"

((5)) 1557 NW 70 St. $200 down. $22 wk. A Corner, 2 bedroom, large Fla. room, garage, $100 DOWN
3 bedroom house. .T fenced. Only $13,000. A 1146 NW'85 STREET
Attractive home with
lovely Fla
room on large
A 1410 NW 88 STREET + .
'\" I:;. t" waterfront lot. Air conditioners.
;' lm rs_ 2 bedroom, Fla room, air condition, rugging, 4 Laundry room. Fenced in yard, well and sprinkler .

14460 NW 22 Avf'Opa : J; apts. ) appliances, garage, sprinkler system, FHA system. 150 amp. electric service. Outside
;$$14.50we, ;,. ";:;"," 'fl" ," '; shower. A truly wonderful buy.. Mr.; and Mrs.,
:4612 NW: '16',Are.: 3 bedrooms,,$25:,wL, '''**; A PROGRAM. NEW LISTINGS DAILY. LET OUP .

T v .. ,
T Open 7 pays a Week Kiker, :ft;: tee tetlters: '


3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 jl/8000: N'/f 1 AYE Ht. ,105 ,NE 79: ,:ST PL "7-451 J!.

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., THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 5,, 1966 19


; Nice 1 br 'CBS apt. $17.50
: Very nice 1 br CBS duplex$20
15 WORDS OR LESS $1.25.50 FOR ADDITIONAL Nice 1 br duplex $19

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED WORD. CBS effcy. Water & elec. $16
ADS WEDNESDAY NOON 2 br frame duplex, $21

Liberty Rental Agency

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALELot. 2020 Phone NW: 633-7809 62nd St. 17N

FHA BEAUTY Four CBS units only $10,000-
$100 month. Small down make Located at 16th Ave. Furn. :2 bed. home with large
Total price $12,800,only $400 money and live rent free. and 62nd Terr. Call Mr. Bass, living, dining and screened
and $87 pays all. Thisis 696-067. porch. Call 635-6304
373-7973 or HI 4-8004.
a lovely 2 bedroom CBS.It 623 NW 27th Street Waterfront Spacious 1 bed. duplex. apt. Hit
home. 9231 Little
fc so attrative and spot turn in Buena Vista
River Blvd. area. NW
Duplex. CBS, 2 bedroom Three bedroom,
in choice ea.
a must see a 51 St. near Miami No
less, side plus double garage A carport, Fla room, newly
area. Call anytime. A. BenKori beautiful piece of property painted, refrig., range, $500 children. Call 758-1098 between

Realtor, 751-2243. located at 246 NW 49th St. So down. $110 mo. includes all. 7 & 8:30 p.m. .A
drive Open 1 to 5 p.m. Welter Real ,
by then call Fenster House. 3 bedroom, living, ,
SOMETHING SPECIAL Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779 ty Co. 666-3823. room, dining room, large

$14,300, FHA only $450 do. fenced-in yard. Call 696- I
No Qualifying House. West Hialeah, 3 bed-
'rtiisis a charmer. If you rooms, 1 bath, near schools 4045 after 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
wait the perfect :2 bedroom, 1 Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS in and bus. Air cond.
bath. Fla room, choice area, Manor Park area.Near school, pool. swimming Room, on bus and jitney line
it's large perfect for you if shopping and bus. Large 8181. Substantial down. 888- for working lady or quiet

you want something special. Fla. room, fenced yard, ap- settled couple, privileges.
anytime. A. Ben-Kori, pliances $9500 with reason- NE 46310.
pall able down and $65.32 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, extra
Realtor 751-2243. pays all. Key at Life Realty mo., income apt., low down payment I have a nice room for lovely
Broker no qualifying. lady. Call NA 1-0428. '
4932 NW 7th Ave. 3TTT'
$400 down$12,500, large 2 bedroom, and PL Sundays.9-4371. Open evenings 3 bed. 1 bath, frame low Room. 727 NW 65th St. 757- L

1 bath, CBS, largescreened-in down payment, no qualifying, 3340.

Fla room, seller pays all closing 1261 NW 38th Street 3 bed, 1 bath, frame, low _
down payment, no qualifying Large master room in pvt.
Seller all
cost, seeit good starter pays closing cost.
Martin M. Berney, Broker, home. Liberty City area,
Like 2 bedroom
home for young people. Call new CBS. 6246983. single person or couple.
anytime, A. Ben-Kori,Realtor, Tile roof, large Fla. room Call 758-8128.
can be used at 3rd bedroom. 2 bedroom houses, very niceno
7512243. --
City water and sewage. money down, $59 mo. very Sacrifice Real Deal. 3 bed- P
---- reasonable price, 3135 NW
Awnings. Well kept fenced yd. room, income property, fen
NO QUALIFYING FHA piece $12,000 with $400 65th St. 373-7973, 444-8004. ced yard, must see to ap-
This is gorgeous, 3 bedroom, down down. 2.54 mo. (Vets appreciate. NE 3-3878.
2 bath, Fla room, corner $100 Life Realty, Two unit duplex and cottage.
Broker. 4932 NW 7th Ave. $700 down takeover
lot, in best area, beautiful payments. House. 2 bed. $17 wk. 3113
back. This is PL 9-4371. Call 759-9536 or 633-2400.
patio in so NW 65th St. 373-9773, 444-

perfect, call me to see. 8004.
8015 NW 15 Avenue CBS home, 2 bed. 1 bath, no
down take over
Cash $3,500 FHA price only $10.500 with qualifying small down, price r
3 bed. 2 bath. CBS, terms arranged -
of Thisis
mortgage $12,800. $250 down and $64.11 month, reasonable. $350 down. $74 no qualifying. r

I way below cost for the buys this beautiful, well located pays all. 3 bedroom CBS, no 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, when held to maturity

person who is looking for a 2 bedroom CBS. (Vets closing cost. Owner 751-9784. 1 bath, CBS, Bun the Park Your outstanding Bonds ,

beautiful home that is worth $100 down). Hardwood floors, 90th-St. area, low down payment earn more, too, from now
much much more, owner an- Extra large utility room, jal. 1875 NW 2 beautiful $54.41 mo. FHA. Martin M. on. Buy and hold United

xious. Call anytime. A. Ben- windows. Awnings. Key at homes terms,, less$18,000 cash total for, down FHA Berney, Broker, 624-6983. States Savings Bonds. ...

Kori Realtor, 751-2243. Life Realty, 4932 NW 7th
payment. Ben-Kori, Realtor, .
Ave. PL 9-4371. Open nites 2031 NW 92 St. beautiful 1
--- 751-2243.
and Sundays. bath, CBS, Bunche Park
$3,000 J FOR
Beautiful bed- Formica topped table. $10. unfurn. 'bed. $22'.50W'C no 2 CBS HOMES
Entertain? 2
3 Bedroom 1H Baths 6 dining room, room chairs children, 696-0277.
room, 2 bath, CBS living room 3555 NW 25
sofa Live in and the
Like new CBS. with large $2. Blue chair and to one rent
1838, a true custom built. match. '58 Ford Fairlane Clean fum. 1 bed., living,
Fla room, Built-in stove and bedroom CBS corner other. 1360 and 1364 NW
home, plus a food size 1 range. Stainless steel seink (need some work) Red living kitchen and bath, utilities, 2 46th Street. Both only
bedroom home in the rear, Wall/Wall carpet. Terrazzofls. room chair. Also other odds fum. $19 wk. middle age home A-l condition

fenced and airconditioned. Jal. windows. Awnings. and ends. 635-4940. couple. 888-6643. hardwood floors, 12900. Call owner:

Total only $18,000. FHA or Air cond. 100x140 double lot down. 271-5733
bank. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, with fenced yd. FHA price $100 down. 2 bed. apt. uptairs, ref., de $300 Or
Anyone. Vets
anytime 7512243Duplex'. only $13,000 with $400 down or posite, 691-0789. WILSON REALTY
non Vets. Like new 2-3-4 I FR WI369
and $78.80 ,mo. (Vets $100 )bedroom CBS homes like new. Store. 6970 NW 17th Ave. 6916166
down). Life Realty Broker,
Only $100 down and from $63 OX 1-6723 owner.
Lovely CBS, beautiful grounds, 4932 NW 7th Ave. PL 9-4371. month pays all. One (1) mor 1

perfect condition, rent will Open late & Sundays. tgage. Call now to see these j
make payments. Total only beautiful homes today. E. HELP WANTED ,
15800. FHA terms call for Harry Best Buys in TownPASS
------ Denny Realtor, Tip Master Barber. Varsity "
location. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 3 bedroom Comer CBS Top Realty, 754-0483. Barber Shop, 6540 NW 15th
anytime 751-2243. Near school, shopping, bus Ave. Personal InterviewsWed.

can be used as 4 or 5 bed- CBS Duplex, -only $400 down Aug. 10 from 10-12 a.m. BY NO CLOSING COSTS
By owner. Home, NW 2 bed- room, air cond. and heat. Wallto
$76 1 mortgage, 2
wall carpet. Fla room,
room, dining room, Fla room, Master Barber, $75 wk. 5 days
utility room, workshop, Jal. apts. on large fenced yard, or part time Driday and Sa-
inspection invited, for appointment windows, awnings. Carport. near everything, good in- turday. 751-0788. 1610 NW 91 ST. 3 bedroom, Flo. room, porch,

call 757-6507. Fenced yd with sprinkler come property or home and dining room, appliances, air *

Open Sun. 2-5 p.m. 810 NW sustem. FHA price $14,000 income, live rent free. Call cond. $350 down. $13,500 FHA.

84th St. 825 NW 84th St. 845 with $450 down and $81.74mo. now. 7540483. E. Harry CAB DRIVERS. APPLY at I

NW 84th St. beautiful homes. (Vets $100 down). Life Denny, Tip Top Realtors, Society Cab Office, 269 NW 8101 NW 24 AVE. $64 mo. $250 down.2 bedroom,
Realty, 4932 NW 7th Ave. 21st St.Attractive.
--- carport, appliances, 1 RC air
$400 down. $200 best. FHA PL 9-4371. Open nites & Sun.
$12,500 total up, come see. Open Sunday 3-6 p.m. condo sprinkler, $10,500 FHA.
1215 NW 86th St. 3 bedroom, barmaid and wai-
Ben-Kori No Qualifying
Realtor, 751-2243.
4 bedroom CBS in Allapattah air conditioned, wall to wall tress. Double Deck Bar. 1385 NW 86 ST. $64 mo. $250 down. 2 bedroom,

RIviera area. Near school, shopping, carpet, awnings, nice large 726 NW 79th St. between 11 large lotutility roomappliances,
Four lots in Inlet City ( -
Beach church and bus, tile roof, large Fla rm. lot, near everything, $250 a.m. to 1 p.m. for interview. washer, $10,500 FHA.
) near fenced yed. Jal. windows, ap. down, $69 month, one mort-
school. Make offer. For further pliances. Bargain at $12,500 Hurry, this won't last.
1410 NW 81 TER. $75 mo. $300 down, large 2
information consult HES with $500 down and $100 mo. Call now 754-0483. E. Harry
Reeves, 1424 NW 69th St. pays all. Key at Life Realty, Denny, Tip Top Realtors $350 DOWN bedrooms, carport, appliances,
Phone 691-3485. Broker, 4932 NW 7th Ave. NO QUALIFYING $12,300 FHA.
PI 9-4371. Open eves. &
---- Sundays. CBS, 2 bedroom home, nice' $95 month, nice home to 8104 NW 16 AVE. $74 mo. $300 down. 2 bedroom,

'o qualifying, 3 bedroom CBS location near Miami Jackson live in plus home for in* enclosed porch, carport, appliances -

Fla room, for large family, 566 NW 22nd St. Large CBS High, bus, shopping, enclose com*. Good Allapattoh air cond. Central heat.
duplex, front apt. 2 bedroom, kitchen
reasonable down payment. frontporch, modem location.
Drive by 2975 NW 70th Terr. 1 bath. $22 wk.wk. unfum. or color d bath fixtures on lot __-o__- 1431 NW 89 ST. $78 mo. $300 down. 2 bedroom,

then call Fenster Realty, both.Rear apt.$20 rented $35 imme- SOx 150. $500 down. $90 mo. $6,900 Total porch, dining, garage, appliances,
Broker, PL 9-8779. diate occupancy. Call owner pays all. No qualifying no CBS Bargain sprinkler.
444-6126 or HI 8-2824. red tape with larger cash Widow must sacrifice.

ouble lot. Huge home plus _- down payment, will sell at Near 17th Ave. & 42ndSt. 2300 NW 91 ST. $67 mo. $250 down. 2 or 3 bedroom -
bed. apt. for large family 3048 NW 67th St. sacrifice. By owner 3701 NW corner large lot, utility

cry good for peopel who are 1 bed. unfum. rear duplex 19th A" 633-3738 room. $11,000 FHA.
cluing' their homes to Urban house immediate occupancy. Hurry this will sell fast.
.enewal or Expressway, near $20. Call owner 444-6126 or 15611 NE 15th Ct. 4 bed-
wools or buses. Drive by HI 8-2824. room, 2 bath, Fla room, awn- 1124 NW 93 ST. 2 bedroom, Fla room, .
enster babies. ALLAPATTAH REALTY appliances 2 air conds., fenced
Realty, Broker, PL in.,, ings, fenced for your
-8779. $300 down. move right schools and near big I 3517 NW 17 Avenue $350 down.
,_ CBS like new direct from Walk to partly furn., 633.0426
bedroom owner. Awnings, fence,$78 2 shopping handles FHA terms. 3165 NW 98 ST. $69 mo $250 down, large Fla
CBS, plus rental bedroom only $9.500.' only $390
It> in rear or can be 5 bedm mo. Pays all, best deal in No closing cost. Owner: EARN room, large utility room, carport,

> clean home. Right near Miami. See 1762 NW 152nd 373-3304. air cond.

wything. Drive by 3225 NW St. Call owner 758-8749. EXTRA MONEYTo
Ave. then call Fenster -- buy a horn 1121 NW 29 TERR. No qualifying, 3 bedroom,

ealty, Broker, PL 9-8779. $250 down, CBS, 3 bedroom, FOR RENT To start children's *du. enclosed porch, dining room,
floors, dining room, appliances down.
oak $1,000 $87 mo.
bedroom CBS, plus huge breakfast room, older, but for a cation fund all.
arOOm, with appliances & nice $9,950. See 339 NW 39thSt. quietmran.Call 634-9654. To pay off debtsOr pays

nuture, FHA terms, only Call owner 758-8749.
50 down Seller even start a savings WE HAVE MANY OTHERS

ys closing payment.costs. Call 2050 NW 96 St. CBS, 2 bed-. account ONLY $100 DOWN ON ALL FHA HOMES

nsete Realty, Broker, to room, like new, corner, roof carpet Room. 4761V4 NW 22nd AVe. Drive a cab full or part FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSOHS'SHEll

w, PI 98779.NdroomCBS oak floors, tile 759-9563. time. Interesting work
$350 down.
really sharp. autyl --
for this b are meeting new people
of Hurry
a honey a mo.
me, tile roof, hardwoodors See and call owner 758-8749. 4 room, fum. or unfurn. $17 constantly REALTY BROKER

carport. Only $300 do. --- dog wk. 653 NW 27th Street cool, ZILBER TAXI

ler ye by paying 2000 closing NW 96th costs.St. Miami track. Good Beach money sales.Hotel maker Terms near 945 illness open 373-7973, go or seen III 4-8004., then call. 1025 W. Flag!., Street 4260 NW 7th Aw. 75SS55II

forces In def
n call Fenster Realty,
her, PL 9-8779. 4933.


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20 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday. August 5. 1966

Pompano. Man Killed Under Odd Circumstances I WHY AETNA REALTY. ???
- "'
According: to McMahon, pulled up his pants, cursed home at 898 S.W. 9 Court, = =:
A man breaking into a half a block away, anddarted -
off-duty Patrolman William then ran through an open
trailer In Pompano Beach, Frost, white, was passingthe field.! to a phone,'called Iheope- FHA APPRAISED HOMES!!
and killed early
was Sky Crest Coach Club Frost fired several warn- rator and said he'd just been
Sunday morning underveryodd Trailer Park, 1200 S. Dixie ing shots but the man kept shot. He J requested that she
circumstances reportedLt. Highway, when he spotteda running. He then aimed and call the police and an am DOWNPAYMENTS $SIM-MOO!!
William man prying open the win- shot the man, McMahon bulance.On .
victim was Jimmie dow of trailer, his arrival at the hospital
a pants
Kelly, 32, of Fort Luuder- slipped down to his knees. said.The man dashed Into a the man was dead. NO CLOSING COSTS
dale. McMahon said Frost
His service revolver
was suspended from active drawn, Frost sneaked up on LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS!!
an investigation. I
duty pending the man.When he told him he
was under arrest, the manDI I Its ., APLAIN FACTS NO DOUBLE TALK!!


y 299 NW 40th Street $11,500 Total
290 NW 50th Street $11,000 Total
N O 2268 NW 81st Terrace $13,000 Total

WE ARE OPEN ALL DAY SAT. & SUN. Si : 8201 NW 25th Avenue $13,000 Total
9001 NW 16th Avenue $12,300 Total
I. Very nice CBS, Hit roof, reverse cycle air con
ditioner, wall to wall carpeting. $300 down, FHA. MANY MORE-SEE 'EM ALLCALL NOW
County taxes only. In the 80'*. .

2. Near Edison' High. 2 bedroom, CBS, tile lOaf, $250 AETNA REALTYBROKER
down FHA. Ho closing cost. Nice big lot.

3. $73 month pays everything. CBS, tile roof, fenced ,

yard, city water, $250 down, FHA. No closingcost. 811 NW 54th St. 757-5724
County tan s only. In the 80's.

4. No qualifying. Lovely home, fenced yard, Patio,
well pump, sprinkler, Fla room, FHA mortgage already -
placed. County taxes only. ,!:, ; '<
{ "
l11 .
OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU 1t .... .;',!'ii< I!". r .. .
,"" ""';;""""'IiiIN! ...


On countless theatre and del 24 Lear Jet aircraft,
EDISON REALTY Realtors aroundthe which he appropriately
auditorium stages
United States, the fan named "Out Of Sight.' In
175 N.W. 62nd St 751-2441 tastic, jet-fast footwork and so doing, he became the first STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
dancing of singer James Negro entertainer to lease
Brown has amazed au one of the J 650,000,500-)
diences. Now, Brown-singer, plus mlles-per-hour aircrafton VET TVTED
Instrumentalist, composer, a full-time basis.
and businessmanmoves Brown currently uses the
"Any wh.re In the world Try Clarified Ad just as rapidly off Lear Jet aircraft to take the'
you want to go" a stage when he is between key personnel of his James 379-7735
For Best Results performances of his cons- Brown Show from city to
TICKETS tafT tantly moving show. city in order to maintainthe
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