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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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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>.
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TEMPORA MUTANTUR_ EJJKOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS +r

Vol. 44, No. 47 MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 28 1967 S
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I DETROIT RIOT IS COUNTRY'S -WORST I II"




.- Detroit reportedly began to pected snipers.A The most furious of the An eyewitnes said that when
dA'Pp return to a normal state Wed- five-square-mile sectionof fighting was on the West Side the looting of Jack's Clothing
nesday after two days and the city where a routine where snipers engaged only store began, "50 kids piled out
three nights of terror and destruction police raid on a Negro night police and National Guardsmen of the store." But later when
spot touched off the rioting Negroes realized the police
The death toll stood at 33. Sunday was deafened by weren't going to stop them,the
More than 1,000 were injured hours-long battles machinegun President Johnson orderedmen gathering of mobs, looting and
In bullets of the 101st and 82nd Air- burning intensified.At .
with 269 hospitalized. spattering through
Property damage and business apartment windows six blocks borne Division into the city
a meeting of Negro lead
losses during the two days and west of the John Lodge Expressway Monday night. They stood
P ers, one man warned that a demand
guard over the East Side,about -
three nights of could which bisects the
rioting
Il } six miles from where the for a law and order could
i reach $1 billion, making it city from north to south. be translated into
heaviest "a licenseto
gunfire was but did
Detroit faces another ,
the possibly most costly riot prob- kill Negroes.
in history, city officials said. lem that could be potentiallyas no shooting.

Fires set by arsonists and costly asthe riot.Thou- City and state officials com- Horace Sheffield, a Negro
looters rose to a total of 1,139. sands of people have been mended the police and guards leader in the auto workers
i The number arrested up to burned from homes and Jobs. men for the "restraint" they union, quipped back, "Negro
Wednesday was 2,524 with bail About 400 stores were de- exercised during the riot. lives are In danger alreadyand
as high as 20,000 setforsus- stroyed in the flames. they are being endangered -
I -- Some Negro leaders are by Negroes." The looters
quoted as saying that if the and burners weren't concerned r

poke bad acted earlier they about grievance," he said,
'lbi could have stopped the disturbance "they were concerned about
from spreading. looting those stores.
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,' 'II' James Chatmon, presidentof publicity. The county is look-
"_ the Greater Miami Southern ing for 71 youngsters to fill
Christian Leadership Confer- vacancies in its NeighborhoodYouth
ence, told MetroCommlsslooers Corps program,includ- Start At $6,000

Tuesday, "We're asking, ing hospitals, malntance,
not begging, that you create recreation, mechanical and
Jobs for at least 1,000 young man? other types of aides, he It seems that starting teach other expenditures to meet the
; people." .. ... said ers in Dade County this year proposal without raising

He said thaTj egtoe wpra. he.ciwnty a will get an. annual.salary of t. U.oafd .members.:have *
looking forrfsior&f; W'theyEaa .115"persons'in"iU'regulu' S,000... '" *" 1i ated hejArtid Jw111inlto .
Mi miiH Jtins Dept: of Stiti I "find their war in society summer recreation programi Three of the five School raise taxes this year.

that has been rather rough :I and 171 more in its emergency Board members indicated on
ForeifR Service in GermanyMiss them" recreation projects this sum- Tuesday that they will approve The three members who indicated -'
County Manager Porter the new pay scale, that would. they would vote for the
Homer was directed by the mer.Because of a lack of appli- put Dade teachers among the $6,000-up proposal Anna
Etta L: Wilkinson of New York City.
commissioners to study the cants, Homer said, Metro had best paid in the country. Brenner Meyers, Holmes
She has worked for the
183 St. 1
3071 NW Opa-locks, possibility of Metro starting to cut back Its authorized This move will probably Braddock and William Lehman
has Joined the Department of Board of Education, Brooklyn,' a "Cadet orpsj' program Youth Corps position from head off the threatened Class are expected to be enough ..
State Foreign Service and will N, y.: Roosevelt Junior Col-. similar to that of the City of 1,000 to 500. room Teachers' Association to approve the salary scheduleand
to the American lege W. Palm Beach Florida
be ,
assigned ;;'
the
Miami. The reason for that, said sanctions.The budget.
Embassy at Bonn, Germany.She Christian Hospital and the, AS cadets, young people will Chatmon, was because the raise from startingpay The salary proposal would
leaves Miami next week Federal Housing Administration -
be paid for learning city Jobsat Youth Corps program was for of$5,300 would cost$8.2 make it possible for a teacher e
Coral Gables.
for an eight-week training the side of city employees. poverty-stricken individualsand million, Superintendent Joe with a master's degree and
Miss Wilkinson wanted to
to I
course before reporting Homer said the commission dropouts and failed to provide Hall told the board at a conference 13 years' experience to reach
Bonn. continue her experience from i has shown interest in the pro- Jobs for persons not in He said $2 million $10,440 a year Such a teacher -
service in communications
Miss Wilkinson born in
was gram, but has received little those categories. will have to be shaved from now gets $9,540.
and the staff at the Fed-
New Orleans and attended Mc- Joined '
Donough 35 High School there. eral Aviation Agency at MI- I
She is a veteran of the Ko- ami International Airport ,in
rean War' after having spent 1959. She presently employed Black PowerConference

two years in the U, S. Air with the same agency.,
Force. While in the Air Force A party in her honor will be

she attended the Communi- given on Saturday, July 29, in fatesOut'
cations School, Cheyene, Wyoming Delray Beach by her sister and
After discharge from brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. t
service she attended Speed- Simon C. Barnes.
writing Institute, Cleveland, Her mother, Mrs. Wilkinson 'Way StandThe

Ohio, and Manhattan Medicaland and brother, Roosevelt,

Dental Technology School, live in Opa-locka. Black Power movement Asked of his reaction to assertions

held its first national confer- that militant separa- 14

ence last week In Newark, N. tists had won complete controlof
1 Vagrants Drunks to J., with about 1,000 delegates the conference, Dr. Nathan '

from all over the country. Wright, conference director, ,,
The of the final said
gist Joint ; 3.4
be fingerprinted' resolution issued by the }leaders "The mood of black peoplein
Monday called for a militant the United States is one of
black "nation" that would militancy. rm Just suprlsed
Metro Commissioners charges.The seek towlthdrawthe Negro that there was no evidence
Tuesday approved a "mug- proposal passed Tues- from the mainstream of here of grossly irresponsible
ging" ordiance which is sup- day by a vote of 62.It was reJected American life. militancy," he said.

posed to protect the innocentand several weeks ago by They said, among other
Wright was asked by a news- 4
help catch Dade's crimiIt an 8-1 vote. things, that from now on only Jy r
man if the conference had any- 4" trw
!!! The crucial amendment re- Negro newsmen would be allowed thing to say that might reas-
was called an infringe quires Purdy's office to destroy to cover their activities. sure white liberals who are
ment on individual rights by any fingerprints and This aroused the Ire of a Ne- confused by the many antlwhlte rt

opponents photographs of persons lately gro reporter who commented; statements coming out of the -
Due to become effective in found innocent of the' misde- conference.
10 days, the new law will allow meanor charges -- includingeven "I've had white newsman got
|\ the fingerprinting of persons that () bat for me allover to to ]
records might be "We have nothing say .. :';'f:
x charged with vagrancy,drunk- sent to the FBI for Investigation world, including backwoods of them, "Wright "Theycan .(t .. .,f. I
conduct Mississippi. This is like :': _._
enness, disorderly purposes. think whatever they like. ------- -
and disturbing the peace. throwing away the ball gamein We have addressed ourselves
Pretty Ruby Gene Williams,former receptionist at Glamour
requested Florence Diffenderfer,exe- the ninth Inning." "
The ordinance was
solely to black people. Studios breezed thru her stewardess training course and grad-
cutive director of the Florida ,
by Sheriff E. Wilson Purdyso The reproter said that the
uated with flying colors. Miss Williams is also a graduate of
his office could make more Civil Liberties Union, strongly evening before, he was attacked The conference director
Northwestern Senior School and make her home here in
High
positive Identification of indi- criticized the ordinance.She in strong language by some asked the press to stop using
viduals charged with minor charged that it was"going, conference delegates"because the word "Negro" and to re- the magic city currently flying Easterns Miami New York
offenses who might be wanted along with the trend to let the I wrote that 1 was against fer to him and other delegates route, Ruby's travels will expand points as far as San Juan,
clear Puerto Rico and Montreal,. C..mda.Glamour! Photo.
"black
elsewhere on more serious ,police everything looting. as men.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 28, 19.67 "


Conyers Tells Retail Clerks


Goverment Has legislated. Poverty For Million Americans

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.. cities.It people who earn decent wages
blems which face our
of four
"The Federal governmenthas cans. Any per son who must raise the minimum wage to not provide a family would eliminate many of the don't need welfare programs.So .
I in effect, legislated pov- work hard every day and then $1.60 immediately for a 11 non- many, if any luxuries workers enjoyedby but It frustrations of those who work the obvious thing to do is to
erty for 17 million American take home poverty' pay is supervisory workers who now higher paid be adequate, for and remain poor. Such a mini- assure' that all workers get a
workers," declared Con- 'semi-employed.' earn less than that amount. A would at least mum wage would stimulatemore decent wage. The most Impor-
'The Detroit Negro Congressman $2.00 minimum wage would go the real necessities. Jobs as a greater mar- tant step for the United States
announced at the into effect for all employeesas "I cannot emphasize and services de- Congress is to end the kind of
ket for goods
)(convention that he plans to introduce of July, 1968. A $2.00 per strongly enough, said Con veloped. It Is certainly time legislated poverty which we
effect that an eco-
a new minimum wage hour wage would yield a mod- yers, "the minimum that the entire federal government have under the present mini
bill which would end legislated est yearly Income of$4,000 a nomically sound the take note of the fact that mum wage law.
poverty "My bill would year. $4,000 per year would wage would have on pro-



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JOHN CONYERS, JR. ', ; ,,, ,
gressman John Conyers, Jr. ? 'T
(Dem-Michigan) In a speech Is it always refreshing
delivered to the Retail Clerks
International Association
Convention last weekat Miami
Beach. "Even with last year's
Improvements in the Federal
Mlmlnum Wage Law, one out
of every three American Do things better with Coke
workers earns less than$1.60 go .. I
per hour. An hourly rate of
less than $1.60 does not resultIn
even the $3130 a year, established after Coke after Coke ?
,by the Federal AntiPoverty -
: 'Program as the ...b/ ...... rY.Or ...., .
minimum necessary to keep(, a
family of four out of poverty.Ten .
million of those coveredby
_....
the minimum wage law are
not provided with this mini- Ask schoolteacher Shirley Hasley Let her tell you.Write'Mrs Shirley Hasley,P.O.Box 2867 San Francisco,Carl, 94126
mum yearly income,while an- "
other 7 million Americans are < :
,
not eve covered by the Fed- / :
eral law." 3L,
Con y e rs told the Retail
Clerk assembled at their 25th .
Convention "the failure of the ;$2
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federal government to use, ,?a' 1,5
coordinated 'approach'to-the' ; ;i
elimination of poverty is both ,
irresponsible and irresponsive -
to the needs of the 17 mil-
lion semi-employed Ameri- w"s r
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published TransitAuthorityhaa and released freeol "
charge to the public a new Dade ) Y
County Transit Guide which
contains a complete map of all; > z .R.
transit routes operated by the

MTA..The Transit Guide also con-
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tains opening and closing
schedules and frequencies ol '
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all routes, a street guide index h
for locating-.Dade County p.
addresses, street descriptions c
of all routes, an enlarged I %4t r
map of Downtown Miami Y '
transit routes and general information ,: ,: f 7 '
concerning fares, \ it'I
transfers, zone charges, student ::; j ;
terminal :
; riding, points,
route Information, charter r .
'service and lost and found ser- '

vice.The ,, ,.r V \ % t
two-color Transit k
Guide is available free of .nOw y 4 {)3W
charge either at the MTA office
260 NE 17th Terrace, 01 a" ,.. <
by writing to MTA, P.O. Box
3581, Miami, Florida 33101.
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NAACP Aids Victims Of r-- Recreation Parks Still" ; 1 I


Without i

:,. Riot In Newark Lights- '";

J Four Dae County parks in Dade County, is doing the parks ,
Newark, N. J, The National In an earlier development, in the population." serving poverty areas are still lighting Art Peavy, Jr., Metro rec-
Association for the Advancement NAACP Executive Director The NAACP convention In dark at night after crash program Officials of the agencies involved reation director said that
of Colored Peoplehas Roy Wilkins stated in a tele- Boston also condemned the started three weeks ago In the program, in a lighting four basketball courtsat
retained legal counsel to gram to New Jersey Gov. riotous destruction of life and to light them.It special meeting June 27, allocated Mays High will take about
handle police brutality Richard Hughes that remarks property. However, in an about two-thirds of the two-thirds of the county's
charges stemming from the made by the Governor during emergency resolution passedat will be at least two weeks $55,000 to Metro and onethirdto $40,000 share and lighting two
Newark riots the destructive riot had been a convention plenary ses- before they get lights, and the city City and county courts at Richmond Park will
Robert L. Carter, ,NAACP ,"misinterpreted" and were sion, delegates placed much of those in Per r I De and Cpa- each gave top priority to four take the.rest.
chief legal counsel, also an- being used "by elements in the the blame for the Northern locka will not be lighted be-
nounced that his office) would white community toarm them- New Jersey riots on "the city cause the available money will
supply legal aid to at least selves for an open shoot- administration for its failure be exhausted by projects at Georgia Governor Appoints '
three Newark Negro business Ing season on Negroes" to take corrective action to Mays High School In Goulds 'I
leaders who have accused v While deploring the five meet many of the grave social and Richmond Heights Park
police and National Guards- days of violence which cost 26 ills of the Negro community" Negroes to Draft BoardsFifteen
men of "wantonly" spraying lives and millions of dollarsin "Slum housing conditions in The city of Miami has already -
bullets into their businesses property damage.Mr. Wil- Newark are among the worst completed lighting at Negroes were appointed the state,demanding that more
because they had sought to kins said "indiscriminate of any urban community in the Robert King High and Dorsey this week by Gov.Lester Negroes be appointed.
protect their establishmentsby spraying of apartments with United States,The recent effort Parks, with work underway at Maddox to serve on the
scrawling "soul brother"on bullets to stop snipers had actually of the Mayor to appoint an Liberty City Park and readyto Georgia draft boards. Maddox has already recom-
their display windows spread alarm and anger unqualified white man over an begin at MoorPark. Cleveland Sellers, Jr., for- mended at least 11 Negroeswho
r .exceptionally qualified Negroto A $55,000 package includedin mer national program direc- are serving on local
federal for tor for the Student Nonviolent boards, and the others are
a post on the Board of Education a $530,000 grant
( in the face of a unified summer recreation program Coordinating Committee, has awaiting the final approval of
I demand from the Negro com a case in federal court against the President.

munity is certainly a contributing

cause of the riot. ," the presidents George Rice, ; Il 75"41 21
resolution added, "There ;
Montclair; Joe Benson,Pater-
must be a rooting out of evilsin
son; Spurgeon Cameron,
race relations and a [ I
plainfield; Rev. James G. .
redress of 41 IEr
thorough legitimate
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Garlic Elizabeth: and Dr.
grievances." Luther Roberts, a member of t t
T._ Meanwhile, Mrs. Irene H.. the executive board of the ALL
Smith president of the New Plainfield branch. REPAIRS
Jersey state conference of the "We meet here in an attemptto YOUR tIOIH M, I GY ttw caaEt AnDIIN /
NAACP, and Miss Sally G. halt violence in Newarkand 40) ft
Carroll, Newark NAACP *
other Northern Jersey cities
Branch president, charged at Mrs. Smith said. "We IOP KEJffKC-RSKQK $! RV1CI
a news conference here that demn the violence,but we con-I'
the riots were caused by unemployment take corrective action to meet
< underemployment the many grave social ills of f row HOSTS I"b
T' b poor housing, educa- the Negro community." C "' MART KAY JO i
tional and recreational facilities The NAACP delegation took

Alfredo R. Toledo, Jr., an Internal 'Revenue agent and continued refusal of newsmen on a'tour of the riot-
public officials to listen to torn Central Ward, and talked WEDDINGS
with the Miami Office of Internal Revenue Service beganhis BANQUETS 1i. -
government career in the Newark, New Jersey Internal complaints from the Negro with residents of the area. CONVENTIONS
Revenue Office in 1965. He transferred to the Miami community. A second meeting of the N. NOS Nor-tote D'OEuvou
During the crowded news Jersey NAACP branch leaders AND CANAris
Office of Internal Revenue on August 9, 1965. KAN Now
conference NAACP tri-state XMAS .owuN. N
has been scheduled for
Mr. Toledo attended Morgan State College in Baltimore July AND PICNICS
field directors Phillip Savage 29, at the Military park Hotelto /AST tsiuiisnE
Maryland for two years and then transferred to
told reporters the NAACP is
"develop strategy to give 754.461 S
New his college
Rutgers University Jersey to complete *
helping two college professorsto more attention to problemsnow
3 *MM Itnltt1MMW.
education with a major/ in accounting.
prepare "Independent being ignored." U IT..4 .
.:', His duties as an Internal Revenue Agent includethe study'"Newark:"What Hap
auditing of books and records of individuals,,partnerships pened Here and Why." Vo'
and corporations to determine the correct federaltax The NAACP officials also .......... ..e................

liabilities.Mr. announced plans to launch a
Toledo finds his duties as on Internal Revenue fund-raising drive to provide : FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS :

agent interesting and challenging. He encourages all "food and clothing for desti- AT MODERATE RATES .
students to complete their education then to seriously tute families" caught in the

consider a career with the federal government.Mr. riot.Participants CALL
Toledo is married t to the former Mazie Lee Davis in the conference J
of Jersey City,New Jersey, and they have four children. included NAACP branch

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Out of Haiti Jail
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I Joseph W, Davis, 39, of 779 plane owned by their company. 9
NW 78th St., finally got back Lf Davis was arrested on the
home last Wednesday from night of June 14 and chargedwith
Haiti, where he was kept in failure to pay back sal- INC
prison for three weeks. He aries to employes at the Dam- PL 94733 ,
charged that his arrest was ballah, one of two Marger-op ;

"politically inspired." erated last hotels.Tuesday.He was released : ....

';' Davis isapopularexMiamipolice The "fairly decent treat-
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RENTAL AND MANAGE-
officer who was once ment" he received in jail cost THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING!
named to the late singing star, him 10 pounds, Davis said. MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND

:'.. Dinah Washington. f Davis said the prison bill of : BROWARD COUNTIES. :
Y'e fare was a starvation diet,but ,
Davis said that his arrest was
Doc sent him special
I ?' masterminded by a former ,t regular Papa meals every day. : A fleet of cars and collector give door to door service for tenant convenience.

Duvaller tourism officer who the caused and adults "rent free furnished
Maybe "anxiety" A community recreation center for teenager ,
wanted to discredit the man the loss of weight.He and Manger 9 and air (conditioned (for your comfort and enjoyment,
who succeeded him as tourism _, _.. u_ think the action against .
minister, President Duval- twice a week for more than a Davis might have both a politi- S A public relations department to assist you with your problems.

ier's son-in-law, Luc Albert year on board a two-engine cal and economic bearing. Tenant concern will stop vandalUm and reduce the cost of housing.
Foucard.

: MAIN OFFICES

Haiti's ex-tourism minis- 4150 NW 7th Avenue .759-8733 '*'
ter, Gerard Catologne,persuaded ID" emA
I Port-au-Prince Police 14255 NW 22nd Ave. OpolockoMU 8.0617 1163 NW 3rd.Av. -FR 3-8416'
Chief, Col. Fred Arty, to jail S 20848 S. Dixie Hwy.Cutler Ridge .CE 5-3553 3801 Grand love -HI 5-13812
him for allegedly violating the Join Our Staff. 605 NW 7th Terr.. Ft. LauderdaleJA 4-3357 512 NW Hollandale-WA 7-2434 9V
country's labor code, Davis Reporting ...IS I .

said. j) J Let us know what your Club .. : Hammondville! Rd. Pompano 943-2727 9

Davis is an associate of Miami or Organization Is Doing. '. ... 4' BROOKS A
HON. L. ,. President S
Edwin S
Beach Attorney
WE WELCOME NEWS...
Marger, who operates hotels 9 GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager
in Cap Haitlen, on the north CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director i'
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coast of Haiti, and in Petion- iur * .

vice, just outside Port-au- "PERSON-TO-PERSON" .
Prince. j That's Us! .You and Your 9f p' .If I am to enjoy a better. life, others mutt live U.tter.tog"'L.. ... Brooks :

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Offle.: 6530 NW 15th Avo.,MlomlPla. 33..7 PhonOI 691-0421 7 Whitney M. Young Jr. By Booker T. H. e. ; \

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and PublitHor
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor ". The Search for
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor

Mombor of tho Notional N.wtpop.r Pu JI.h.rI Association ...Another Long Hot SummerAgain Personal QualityPART

many American cities have been torn by rioting. It's
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the same old story- the Intolerable living conditions In the IV .. WHY EDUCATION IS NEEDEDAt
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS
$3.00 FOREIGN
$6.00
ghettos create a feeling of powerlessness and anger which

Ent.r.d as Second Class MatUr, August 9, 1927 at the PostOfflc erupts over an incident which symbolizes to the ghetto dweller
the
the beginning of the century only people needing advanced
how little Is attached to his needs and his -
importance dignity.
I at Miami, Florida, under th. act of March 8, 1876
.
in for
education were those going medicine,the minis-
The reason for riots Is not mysterious.It is obvious to any-
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" one who has eyes to see with and ears to hear with. But too try, law, and the scholarly domain. Today everyone needs all
The NEGRO PRESS 1>>.11."... that Amorica con but l lea4 many civic leaders act blind and deaf when it comes to the Ne- the revelant education he can absorb so as to be able to cope
tho world from racial and notional antagonism whon It accords gro's just grievances. with the complexities of life and his job. Capability must be

to .vorx man rogardloss of his roc., crood or color his They say "it can't happen here' and when it does, they changed by application and work Into Indubitable performance.
human and (Ugal rights. Hating no man, coring no man-4h earliest Greek said "Before the
blame it on outside agitators. That's a lot of nonsense. Little As one of the poets gates of
Negro Pros strives to hot* ovory man In tH. firm 1 bollof>> that have sweat."
oil hurt evidence has been produced toprove that outsiders cause riots, excellence the high gods placed Intelligent
man 01' as long as onyon. Is h.ld back.
but there is a lot of evidence toprove that every American cityIs work of every sort Is based on directed diligence, on lively
a potential tinderbox because of ghetto conditions.But movement, on getting one Idea on the rails and springing an-
other. There are several sources from which the person seek-
A RIOT HERE? WE THINK NOT the "outside agitator"theory Is so strong that Congress ing quality In life draws inspiration, school,home,the church
seems to be determined to pass a bill mat I n g it a federal and
With all the hell that broke loose In Detroit this week, citizens crime to cross a state line with "intent to Incite street vio- experience.

all over this country are asking the same question. CanIt lence and rioting This is one of those medicines that Is more
happen hereSureitcan. But we think not. poisonous than the disease. Besides being of doubtful constitutionality Intelligence needs information on which to work and the tools
with which to work. Everywhere In the world there is emphasis -
Miami Is far from being a Utopia, but we feel we have the history shows that such laws are usually used against
dissenters. Who Is to what constitutes"intent" on education. The underdeveloped countries needelementary -
makings of a good thing here. Sure there are a lot of wrinklesto legitimate say
education urgently,and in our own country every step for-
be straightened out, but the Important thing is that a lot of or what language violence?
ward In industry and science raises the required standard of
sincere, dedicated people are constantly at work trying to But it is far easier to legislate against imaginary causes
straighten them out. The most effective these people are not than it is to deal with real ones.The very real problems which higher education. Some wake up to the possibilities needsIn
their final high-school year, or when they come up againstthe
in and
the ones you read about In the papers every day. The most cause riots racial discrimination jobs, housing other
productive work is usually done behind the scenes by people areas, can't be ignored. So long as they are, riots will be a Increased demands of freshman year In a university.
There are unfortunate people upon whom the realization does
who could care less If their names never did hit the headlines.The part of American summers.
I have said over and over again that riots are wrong. When not dawn until they have put aside their graduation gowns and
seeds of riots have long been planted. All it takes for they occur they must be put down immediately,but without the rubbed shoulders with the workday world.

the seeds to grow Is community nourishment In unfulfilled indiscriminate shooting of Innocent people, as happened in

promises and continued neglect on the part of the white leader- Newark. The snipers apparently got away,but the woman at the Every child's home should provide a stimulating and instructive -
ship. These seeds are growing today because enough men and window and the child in the street were killed.
environment. need to be
Young people exposed to &
women of "goodwill" have not applied their time, energy and
resources to remove the conditions that deny a sizeable ma- Throwing a brick and looting a store are criminal acts. But context of values In which high performance Is encouraged.When .
jority of our population equal rights, opportunity, and justice. they must be seen in the context of the more subtle crimes a prominent business man was complimented by a fellow
which daily victimize Negro citizens locked Into racial ghettos. commuter on the scholarships won by his two sons, and was
Miami and Dade County are blessed with fairlyreasonablepower These are the crimes of rent gouging by slumlords, con- asked for the secret, he replied' "We just show them that we
structure.Public officials here never get too busy to sit sumer frauds, deliberate mlseducation of ghetto youth,exclu- expect it of them. The child has an advantage when his par-
around the table of negotiation and listen to the grievances of sion from decent housing on the basis of race, refusal to allow ents qualify themselves and exert themselves to make him
people filled with hopelessness, frustration and despair.Keep- Negroes into jobs, unions,and training programs,unwarranted familiar with books, Ideas, and conversations. These are the
Ing the lines of communication open Is the utmost necessity. police roughness, and countless others. ways and means of intellectual life, so that he feels at homeIn
the house of intellectTo
One of the best things going for Miami is its hard-working These are the crimes which the Negro feels and suffers from

Negro City Commissioner, Mrs. Athalie Range. Negroes feel every day, but which the larger society seems willing to ignore -
they are capably and responsibly represented by one of their We might almost say that the greatest crime of all is indifference succeed, parents need to pull themselves into the main-
own who definitely has their interests at heart. -- not caring that millions are condemned to pov- stream of current knowledge. They may do so by reading, by
erty and discrimination due to race,in spite of the Ideals of attending lectures, by taking correspondence courses, or by
Another trump in deck is Sheriff Bud and forming community or neighborhood study
our Purdy, our equality which America'professes? '' 1 groups.Only so can
local police force which Is highly trained and well organized Until these causes of ghetto misery are eliminated,we seem they fulfill adequately their children's need for an awareness
Integrated law enforcement unit. Purdy doesn't bite his tongue condemned to violent outbursts In the ghetto. After the Watts of Intellectual and educational goals. Parents are,assisted by
when he tells his men that words like"nigger" and "boy" are riots In 1965, the McCone Commission said that"revolutionary the churches. All of the great religions have enunciated prin-
not used In dealing with Negroes. The sheriff Is smart enoughto change" Is needed in the ghetto. But that hasn't happened.The ciples of conduct, and have established congregations in which
know that the Negro leaders heseeksout to get the pulse of problem today is that the ghetto dweller sees no change at these principles are taught.
the community is not necessarily the doctors and lawyers, but all in his condition.The .
the bartenders, barbers and corner grocers. He Is that kind riots are being used as an excuse to continue the dis- Next week. FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE.
of down to earth man. criminatory practices which really cause them.This makes no
No, we don't see a riot for Miami. We're much too smart
sense. America must come to realize that riots are the acts
for that. In a riot everybody loses, and who can afford it? A of relatively few people driven to desperation and anger by
riot Is like the song "Sixteen Tons" when it's all over, miserable living conditions.The .
you're' one day older and deeper in debt!
TALK{ POLITICS
overwhelming masses of Negro citizens who have borne lET'S
the evils of discrimination with patienceandloyaltyshould: not
be made to suffer for the acts of a handful who have lost faith By NORMAN E. JONES"Responsible"
TEAR THE CONDEMNED HOUSES DOWN in a system which has continually exploited them. The chal-

lenge to America Is not to see how the National
quickly Guard Leaders
Several people have called the statement against the Urban Negro
can be mobilized In the streets of out cities, but to see how
Renewal Agency by City Commissioner MrsAthalie Range untimely -
quickly we can mobilize the Institution In of
our society effect
We feel Just the opposite. Mrs. Range charged that
changes in Intolerable living conditions and fresh Serve Two MastersOne
bring hope
many Negroes In the central district are still living in blighted
and advances t 0 those so long denied a fair share of our national -
homes that have been purchased the Urban Renewal Agency.
Mrs. Range pulled no punches and called the situation a racial life of the contributing factors to the ever Increasing occurrence -

one, saying that this would not be allowed to occury In any of these.widespread" protests" in Negro com
other area of the city. munities Is the total reliance of the governmental private

There are far too many houses In the central district that PUN PHUNBy philanthropic structure on the Negro leadership structure
have been purchased for razing, but the bulldozers are much largely appointed by and/or subsidized by government and private -
too slow In getting around to the Job. Phil Ossofer funds for formulation of plans-programs prevent these
The central district Is unsightly enough with building of violent outbursts and to solve such problems to quiet the citizens -
the expressway and preparation for Project One of our Urban Checking out my "Chases' everybody to look at the bright in the Negro communities.Since .
Renewal program. Speeding up the tearing down of the con- Calendar of Annual Events," I side of things; loosen up facial
demned buildings should Improve the appearance. found some very interesting muscles and put on a happy these appointed and subsidized Negro leaders person
special days and weeks mark- face." This I must do,becausea ally enjoy the fruits of this relationship- are also chargedwith
ed out for August. long face doesn't go with my the responsibility for these "economic protests" but
MAKE ALL SEGREGATED HOUSING OFFLIMITSWithin short body. Short? I's so short strangely enough even though they have failed miserably in
National Clown WeekAu- that when I report my earningsto their supposed mission they are still vigorously supportedby
the past month the Defense Department took a gust 1 7)), was created "to the Internal Revenue Ser- governmental and private agencies in spite of their con-
laudable step toward ending housing discrimination. It has declared provide a change of pace and vice (what kind of service Is tinued denunciation by the citizens in the Negro communities.
off-limits to all personnel, those apartments and trailer spread humor on the Ameri- this?), I can't use the long
camps near six military bases in Maryland that refuse to accommodate can scene. Laughter is the form. This isn't a tall story After each "economic protest" they are "whitewashed" -

Negro servicemen. best medicine." Well,I'm giv- it's a short story on finances given citations and more money and hailed by the white peopleas
Defense Secretary Robert McNamara should be applaudedfor ing full cooperation, not onlyin "great responsible Negro leaders" and the blame Is always -
this initial move,but he should be strongly urged to employthe this particular week,but all Now we come to August 11- placed on a "sma'l group of hoodlum element" In their
same sanction against segregated housing at all the large the year around. As for a 13. .'Cornon theCurbDays. day the leaders and participants In the Boston Tea Party were
bases in the country--nearly 300 of them. change of pace,I also"clown" In Le Sueur, Minnesota. As a also labeled "hoodlums and malcontents" shortly they were
Our 300,000 Negro servicemen In the armed forces can seriously, Phil Ossofizing method of promoting the consumption enshrined as national heroes.
count on full equality in the ranks and on the base, but once the spiritual side of life. of corn,these days
they go off the base equality Is a lamentable casualty. Thou- Makes me a sort of Dr. represent an outstanding (or The failure of the "synthetic endowed Negro leadership
sands of men In uniform, many of them combat veterans, and Chuckle and Mr. Chide. There curb-sitting) idea. They could structure" to know-understand or care for the basic problems
their families are being subjected to humiliating discrimination are those, however, who don't use my head in their ads for of the Negro masses,their lack of creating realistic programs,
by the refusal of landlords to rent or sell because of race, appreciate puns. To them, this corny event (if you their failure In the administration of such programs in effectis
color or creed. laughter is bitter, not better look real close, you'll see two fomenting the "economic protest" In the Negro communities. -

We all know about the sad stories of discrimination comingout medicine. Those whodon't ears sticking out.) .
4 of Homestead Airbase. How long can we expect these chuckle, chide. It looks like August is my In their attempt to serve "two masters" their first and of-
servicemen to tolerate this sort of thing? A delegation should month. I'm a clown who likes times only concern is to continue in the favor o! their "spon.
call on the Homestead Airbase commanding officer and August 712 Is National to smile and distribute corn sors" and on the payrolls of the governmental and private
him to ask to Issue a directive Smile Week age n c i e s. In all the history of the Negro in America there
strongly urge Secretary McNamara a great followupfor on the curb or anywhereelse
where voluntary attempts to persuade local real estate National Clown Week. Its Just so it doesn't go never has been such wide separation of Negro leaders and the
interests to desegregate have met with failure purpose Is "to encourage against the grain! Negro masses. One cannot serve two masters.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 28, 1957 5

Readers Speak Out WHEN THEY MEET AichigaN's Three Negro Mayors<


:L-:" .... ... roo( .. .... l' .... ,... NATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATIONHouston Include Two Moderates,

i Texas- August 1.5, 1967

i. ( The 42nd annual convention of the National Bar Assoc. ONe Scrapper

A1 j will take place this year In early August. Headquarters for The typical Americancities ly elected mayor by the City

the convention will be the Sh r. of Flint Saginaw and Council in April,one of his reconciled -
... ..\/-1'-'- aton-Lincotn Hotel In Houston. Ypsilanti Michigan, all have opponents asked
Atty. Revlus Ortique, of New one very typical thing i n com- rhetorically, "Why didn't we
mon: Negro mayors,points out do this a long time ago?"
Letters to the EditorDear Orleans, National President will
the current issue of Ebony Mayor McCree would like to
greet the more than 500 delegates
Magazine. see Flint with a strong may
Mr. Garth Reeves: r and visitors expected. Flint's Mayor Floyd J. Mc- oral system andan open hous-
i During the four day conclave Cree and Sag i n a w' s Mayor second largest city .. of e D.-
You and I have been friends for some time, and I need not "Economics of law Practice the Henry Marsh, are both term- called the most segregated>10
assure you of my highest respect for you and The Miami conference theme, will be dis ed moderates while Mayor community outside the South.
Times. I am delighted that you have added your personal col- John H. Burton of Ypsilanti is However,he is hampered by fin
umn "Anything Goes," but I have a complaint. cussed. Also to be discussed are a scrappy veteran of 18 yearsof ancial,commercial, industrial
plans to Increase membership of warfare on the City Council. trial and private organiza

First, however, let me say that your reporting(July 24)) of Atty. Revius Ortiqui the organization. Burton, says Ebony, has tions.
the Reporter's application for a TV license in San Franciscowas been known to call freshmen Marsh steers a careful
most informative. It is of the utmost importance that ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC. councilmen aside and tell course In Saginaw where he
locally we know new opportunities for endeavor. Certainly I Los Angeles, C.lifornl.-August 410,1967Dr. them: "We're going to argue says progress connot be madeat
would subscribe to the Reporter's contention that TV program- and we're going to disagree.But the expense of whites."Ne-
ming oriented to minoritygroups'needs and Interests is greatly Lionel H. Newsome of Atlanta, General Presidentof we should be gentlemen. groes can't elect a councilmanhere
needed Alpha Phi Alpha, will lead the fraternity's alx- and would be of inestimable benefit the entire no slip mea points out. "With
community In many ways, not the least being race relations. ,+. a clave at the Statler Hilton Hotel. nigger. Because if you do, at-large voting, you've got to
"Quality Education for Responsible I'm gonna slip, too. I'm gonna have support from the entire
"
Now the complaint: Your statement "Southerners are not Leadership Tomorrow, will slip and punch you in the community." All three successful
be the theme discussed by the
"
only exercising a subtle thought control over our communities -: expected 1,000 delegates. nose. politicians are mayorsof
." is unsupported by facts and Is therefore irrespon- Founded at Cornell University, Things are more tranquilnow city manager governments,
sible news reporting. I agree this is most suspicious, but, sir, and now In Its 61st year, the however, Ebony indicates Ebony notes, and pursue other
e('her the facts or label this asa personal conclusion, please. fraternity has been striving to After Burton was final- regular full-time vocations.

fev Increase high scholarship and
And the same for "How can such radio be anything but degrading balanced education In an effortto -
?" There are many ways. I would remind you of manyof mold future responsible lead
your and my acquaintances who are men of integrity and ers. Its mottos, "A Voteless people SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
goodwill who are "color blind." Your sentence smacks of an is a hopeless people," and SPECIAL"
"inflammatory statement" in my estimation, and this is whyI "Don't" be average. be superior."
am writing to refute this Inference. Dr. Lionel H. Newsome have be-e guidelines for'the' *Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home

success of this key Greek letter unit. Adjust; Tensions
I know that you and I are both laboring to prevent any unrestIn *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150

this community, but I fear such thoughtless innuendos lay WOMEN'S HOME AND FOREIGN Check all Wiring All Makes n,
the basis for something else.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY A.M.E. *1 Year Guarantee & Models
Sincerely, ZION CHURCH
(The Rev.) A. Tyrrel Dear BROWARD CALL
Brooklyn, New York August 5-11,1967
Vicar, Church of the Incarnation COLLECT 634-6242
The Women's Home and Foreign Missionary Society of
the A.M.E. ZIon Church, now In Its 87th year, will hold
its annual convention at the
EOPI Legal ServicesBY Hotel St. George in Brooklyn. ,
General President, Mrs. JamesW.
COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE
TV SERVICE
Watson, will open the seven
GWEN CHERRY CENTER ATTORNEYI
day sessions, to be attended by ,t STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
take issue with the article in the July edition of Ebony on 700 members and 2,500 guests.
Divorce and the Negro Woman.Particularly,that portion where "The Ecumenical .Outreach, of
the author(a woman)states'"Negro men are no longer accepting Mission," Is the theme of this VET TV :
the unnatural superiority of Negro women." I wonder has year's conference. U
the author examined the records closely to ascertain who files Organized since 1880, this TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
most of the divorce actions.Is it the man or the woman? In the unit has promoted the cause of
author's next statement following the quoted portion above,she world missions in Its effort to ai I 379-7735
points out and a n s w e r s this question as she goes on to say help women grow In knowledgeand
"when the Negro woman files for divorce experience "as they respondto 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN 9T09
If its the woman who Initiates theproceedings, the question the message of God." Mrs. James W. Watson

naturally follows:Who is no longer willing to put up with some- .
thing? The obvious answer Is The Woman, not the man. The u11LUWN.. 411J-.--- -- -
man appears to be agreeable to let the marriage remain un- '
dissolved and content with the status quo. It is an establishedfact Why Not Have I U
that we as Negroes have a matriarchal society not by
choice society and environment thrust this upon us. Would It
have been better If the Negro woman had refused to accept the
responsibilities placed upon her, refused to work and carry on
the burdens because her husband was unemployed and could
not find work? Should she have permitted the family to starvein
order to keep our society Patriachal? Perhaps, this would
have been the better solution,I am not In the position to judge.
However, this I do know as a Negrowoman, I am proud of the
way she has borne her burdens,proud of the heritage as a Ne- / Delivered to Your Home
gro woman and the dignity with which she has maintained, not- '
withstanding the adversities.. 45r' J -
I also vehemently disagree with the article's statement that BY MAIL
"the Negro Woman has been reluctant hold back and encour-
age the Negro male to catch up or even indicate faith in his
ability to do so."
The Negro woman, in my opinion, is well disciplined in the n=; EVERY FRIDAY IjI
exercise of control in holding herself back and pushing her 7 ,
mate forward. She is forever taking a back seat to allow the 4 %
' male the "driver seat." :7 ,' MORNING
When the Negro woman enters the lawyer's office in search
\1 of a divorce you can believe me she has had it. She has tried .,.. /
I and tried and tried to make a go of the marriage. It is a last
resort usually that brings her to this end. Even then, it has
been my experience she comes without bitterness,retaliation
or retribution as I have seen evidenced In clients of other
I Less than l0a
races. The Negro woman comes out of hopeless despair for'
I help to obtain support for the children. There is seldom the per copy
thought of herself but Instead concern for the welfare and bene-
fit of the children. I have never had a Negro client that ever
requested alimony, on the other hand I have never had a white
client that was not concerned and Interested alimony bene- ( ) 1 YEAR$5.00 ( ) 6 MONTHS -$3.00

fits. This fact clearly points out the fact that the Negro womanis Moil to 6530HW 15th A venue, Miami, Flo. 33147
on a whole very unselfish not the least concerned with ma- Inana
terial benefits and again I say she has no thoughts for herself. Fill HAME ... .
I label this unselfishness, perhaps, another might call it inde-

pendence.An ,.
African lady lawyer once stated a quotation that her tribe
used as a philosophy. I have never forgotten It for it made an : ADDRESS "
indelible impression on me. Insummation it succinctly states Mail ,
how women feel generally, I quote.
"Woman was made not out of man's foot to be trampled on !1/ i
Not out of man's head to rule him. TODAY CITY STATE ZIP CODE

But out of his ribs, to walk beside him Check ( ) Money Ofd.r ( ) for $......... I I. neloitd.Our .
From under his arms; close to his heart ................,....,..............................................................
To be loved and protected by himA
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Mrs. Edward Wake of Brownsville spent the weekend in'
By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross
Cocoa with daughter, Athea and her son-in-law, Dr. RobertD.
Hayling. t.
: J Horizons "'a program based on suspense and
"Strange mys-
Here from Philadelphia, for a stay ;at the Fountalnebleau,
climaxed Richmond Junior High'ssummersession
Mrs. Martha. Bullock and daughter, Lena were attending the tery, on
National Council of Designers. Blanche Dean, cousin of the Thursday, July 27.
Students representing all departments portrayed the theme
Bullocks accompanied them to Philadelphia before vacationingin
through dramatizations, dancing, fashions, and music.Miss .
New York City.:
Jeanne Knauber, an English instructor at Richmond,

After three weeks in the Bronx with son, Harlie, Ruby and directed the program.
their three little McKenzles, Mrs.Edna Culmer back in her ,gyp a

Liberty City home, and true to form, entertaining her three The Walter Friersons (Jeannette), the Edward Rosses

grandchildren, Chandra, Rubin and Stephen, who she Just Dorothy), and Mrs. Willie Brogdon (Juanita) were among the
couldn't leave at.home. Having two sets of grandparents in 21 family members that accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walter

Florida, the McKenzies are really having fun. Mr and Mrs. 4 Powell (Theresa)to Cocoa,to witness the wedding of their son,

John Galloway of Opa-locka are the other grandparents.Edna Airman First Class Amos Nathaniel Powell, to Miss Patricia

Culmer and sister, Bessie Minor of New York, enjoyed the Ann Walker, daughter of Mrs. Frauline Walker July 15.
family reunion. Other family members making the trip were:

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin (Cordilia) Wheeler and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Bostic (Theodis)and their son Michaelof

Patsey of Akron and Cleveland, have taken up residence in the Miami; Mr. Tommy Miller of South Miami; Mr. and Mrs.
Pate home for a month. John Powell (Lottie) and their son John Jr., of South Miami;

Mrs. Raymond Thomas (Ernestine) of Miami.
Redic Smith of Atlanta (Pabst Brewery Promotion Dept.)

whose face you might have spotted Inarecent issue of Ebony, .
is in our city. y" The combined efforts of the Alexander Valentine family cap.
tured for them the July Lawn of the Month Award. Each month
After a visit with relatives and friends in Minden, La., John "
the Valentines work toward beautifying one area of their lawn.
and Mildred Marks along with granddaughter,Tia report a delightful :
trip. 'I ...... This month they decided to make the path leading to the back-
:
\ .} yard more attractive surrounding large stepping stones with
Ova Killens is in Chicago to attend the funeral of her son, riP beige-tone gravel. The Valentine home is located at 13847 Van

Wallace Dent.Zooming .. \ Buren Street.

away to Nassau, Alonzo and Angenoria Paschal ......,..:' ...;J....""f. Area residents are reminded to be prepared for the roving

spent a relaxing weekend. \,t:..<. .,',. Judges. The Judges were selected by the Richmond Garden Club

._ / to pinpoint the month's attractive lawn..
Emma(Beautyrama) Summersett chose Haiti and the islandof '--' -

sun (Jamaica) as her vacation spots. Blondell Stubbs NuptialMiss Vacation time 67 finds Judith (Judi) Crawford and her cou-

The Alonzo Jacksons, Sr., and granddaughter;Carol motored sin Sharon Diane Williams sunning themselves on the beachesof

from Ocala to visit Al and Carmen and the three little Jackson Stephanie Marie Blon- couple. California. They'll spend two weeks in Los Angeles before

son, Karlin and twin daughters, Sharnee and Sharla. dell and Christopher Stubbs After a brief honeymoon,the Jetting to Philadelphia, for the wedding of their uncle, Dr.

Thelmar Jones of Bridgeport, Connecticut recently vaca- were wed in holy matrimonyJune couple are now living in James (Alma) Crawford. Sharon is the daughter of Mrs. Edna

tioned with daughter, Jacqueline at her 39th Street home. 17.The Nassau, Bahamas, the bride's Williams.
Belated birthday greetings to a most gracious lady, Mrs. matrital vows were birthplace.Mr. Members of Senior Girl Scout Troop 857 marked this year's

Ophelia Hayes who celebrated her 92nd birthday on July 20. pronounced in a 30-minute Stubbs is an architec- achievements In a closing ceremony Sunday afternoon, July
at Christthe 16, at the Church of the Ascension.Sophomores were awarded
Congratulations. Mrs. Hayes lives with her daughter and son- pontifical ceremony tual engineer for a Bahamian
in-law, Charles and Mary Lou Nixon and Mildred, at 1617 NW King Catholic Church firm. stars denoting one year in senior scouting. They were also
67th Street. Richmond Heights. awarded badges, denoting eight Indispensable qualificationsmet
Mr. Stubbs was a 1965 grad-
by the troop as a whole.Seniors received their diplomas.Mrs. .
On Tuesday Mrs. Minnie Grier and daughter, Maggie Lam- Miss Blondell, the daughterof uate of Mia m i-Dade Junior
bert Scott returned to Miami after vacationing with relativesin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rou- College. The bride, a popular Helen Oliver and her 11-year-old son Gregory are

Los Angeles. boneau, of 10300 SW 149 Ter., model in the south Florida home following their two-week tour of the state and national

Captain Wilbert B. Forbes,wife,Barbara and their two boys, Richmond Heights, had as her area, attended MiamiDadefor park, Okenofe National Park, and Laura Walker State Park,

(Wilbert n, Norman) are home on furlough from Ft. Ritche, bridesmaids Miss Helena Du- one year, after graduating Mrs. Oliver's mother's home at Blackshear served as home-

North Carolina before moving to New Jersey. Wilbert is the hart, Susan Simms, and Paula .from.St. Francis Academy in base. The Olivers had an opportunity to visit the Gracewoodfor

son of Mr. and Mrs. Erskine W' (Jennie)Forbes of 1840 NW Wyche. Her maid of honor was Baltimore, Md. the Mentally Retarded, and observe modern tobacco har-

63rd Street.Do Miss Gladys Sands.Bridegrooms the vesting machines at a nearby agricultural center.
for Mr.Stubbs Among numerous out-of Marc ell u s and Reggie Coles, here from the Bronx, New
hope you read the story on Tuesday in the Miami News Included Mr. Kelsey Dorsett, town guests and friends were York, are vis i t1 n g at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Lucy Mat-
Woman's World about African Alice Princess Siwundhla- Mrs. Myrtle Thompson Mrs.
,
Bobby Reid Bernard Stuart thews, and her daughter Cheryl, on Harrison Street.Their mo-
"Alice Travels from Tribal Village to Ph. D. It should be an Edna Thompson and Mr. Tony
and the bride's brother, Allan ther, Mrs. Walter Coles (Grace) will Join the boys in'August.Girl .
inspiration to every young woman, who has the determinationto Blondell.A Robinson, who were especially Scout Troop 503 recently elected its 1967-68 cabinet.

work toward for something better. helpful theweddingpreparations. Members are: Cheryl Matthews, president; Cathy Fife,vice-

Opportunity knocks to young women who are students at beautiful reception followed president; Shirley Ross, Scribe; Judy Paschal, treasurer;

Miami-Dado Junior College.This offer comes from LawrenceB. the ceremony. The reception The Stubbs' wish to express Beverly Bell, chaplain.
Sheffey; vice-president of Southern Bell. Why not go in for at the bride's home their sincere thanks and
grati- In honor of the troop's outgoing seniors, a trip to "Pirates
an interview-the Sheffey decision means that 300 ladies
youg saw hundreds of out-of town tude totheir many friends for World" is planned for members and their dates 12.
August
have the opportunity to work and help pay for their education.
guests bestow their heartfelt numerous gift and solicita-
Mr. and Mrs. Ben famine Walker (Doris) had an opportunity
Some 1500 delegates from Altrusa International,Service Or- congratulations to the lovely tions. to reminisce with long-time friends, Mr.and Mrs.James Me-

ganization for professional women are celebrating their golden Pennan (Lenora) during their one-day visit to the Walker home

anniversary convention at theAmericana Hotel here this week. Visiting relatives and friends at Daytona Beach and Lake, on Filmore Street. While in Miami. thev were houseniests of

Alice Princess Slwundhla spoke before delegates to the con- Helen kept Bunch (Mrs. Leroy Brown) away from home for a Mr. Leroy Johnson. The couple's Itinerary also Included Key

vention Monday. week. West, and Nassau before returning home to Los Angeles, Cali

Ruth Thompson of Nassau spent five days as the houseguestof Among those in city to. attend the f u n e ral of one of our fornia. Mrs. McPhennan is the former "Tiny" Colebrook.The .

Harry and Gloria Brewer before Jetting to Jamacia for a pioneers (Mr. Trapp) were Mr.and Mrs.James Ballinger, Sr., community wishes to extend Its sympathy tothe familyof

vacation. Mr. and Mrs. jamesSarah)Ballinger Jr.,and Mrs. Henrietta the late, Mr.David Cooper. Mr.Cooper passed Sunday, July
Kinnon of Jacksonville. 16, at Veterans Hospital, following a long illness. Services
well wishes to J. R. Taylor at home Ida Mae Cooper at
Get
; were held Saturday, July 22 at Second Church. A
Cynthia Davis, mother of Neville Davis (the Nassaupolice- Baptist na-
home; Margaret Mackey, Betty Maddox at Mt. Sinai; Maggie man who took an active part in Hialeah's Bank celebration In tive of Palatka, Florida, he is survived by his wife Rosa, his

Thompson; Carry Howard at Christian.On January) is houseguesting with Hazel R. Grant. two sons, David Jr.and Alfonso;his sister and brother-in-law,
Sunday Daughter Marie White entertained friends on her
,
Altermeas Jarrett and sons, John,Jr.,and Howard departed Mr and Mrs. Edward Gilbert; his niece, Eddie Mae Gilbert;
with at her 68th Street home.
birthday a gala party
by Seaboard Coast line for a New York vacation.It his nephew, Benjamin Gilbert; and many other relatives and
There are a whirlwind of parties honoring Mary Lou Street. friends
for Annette McNeal when her sis-
was surprise,surprise,
Among those who hosted these parties were Dr. and Mrs. W.
ter husband brother-in-law Hazel Leon and Bob a
( ) gave
A. Chapman, Dr. and Mrs.George Simpson and Mildred Wash- Adult members of"Second Baptist Church took a backseat to
birthday party for her at their home, 4401 N.W. 14th Avenue.
ington.A the Juniors for the annual youth observance day Sunday, July
Among those in our city to attend the funeral of Nurse Alice 23. Regular morning services were conducted by the juniors,
visit with Staff Sgt. Rudolph A. Glass at Ft. Knox and thenation's
Martin Matthews are Rev. Walter Wynn, Philadelphia; Naomi with the Elder James Cash of Miami Temple as guest speaker.
the vacation
capital were important spots for Mrs.
Wilfred Glass daughter Rowena Wilson and son Dwight Ford, Cocoa; Earle Minot, Sanford; Robert Geter,St.Peters That evening, outstanding Junior workers were honored duringa
in burg; Roxie Kravitz, New York City, and Norma (Snooks) musical program. Charles Wesley Williams and Prlscilla
California with
KateS. Dean is vacationing Compton,
Drake Washington, D. C. Redding reigned as King and
Queen on Youth Day.
daughter, Charlotte and hubby(Mr.and Mrs. Paul Jackson) and
the Baptist Congress in Ft. Pierce July 17-22 Rev. John
Attending A. Ferguson will mark his third year as pastorof

family.Dorothy McKellar is in St. Petersburg attending aHeadstart were Mrs. Bernice Green, Dorothy baney, Varita and Second Baptist Church with a two-part anniversary cele
Institute.It Veronica Timpson, Etta Thomas, Helen Stand and Mr. Bacus bration. Rev. K. E. Rogers and his congregation from Mount
Arline, all members of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church,Rev. Alburyis Olive Baptist Church will conduct services Friday night, at
was turn-about for Johnnie Patten and cousin, Henrietta
Kinnon. Johnnie visited her in Jacksonville.Henrietta returned the pastor.. 8 p.m. Sunday afternoon, at 3 p.m. Rev. W. E. Sims and his
for a five day visit in Miami. Houseguesting with Mr. and Mrs. William Rolle, 2030 NW congregation from New Hope Baptist Church will be in charge
67 Street, are Miss Pauline Cooper and Mrs. Lillian Hogan, of services.
of New York City. Pauline is Mrs. Rolle's sister and Lillian
Installation ceremonies of Sgt. Mullins Chapter, Disabled her cousin are for m e r 1.y of Key West pioneers the Azariah
American Veterans No. 39 and its auxiliary scheduled Sun- The McKenzies -Wilfred, Martha and Lynette along with

day, August 6, PBA Hall, 151 Street and 27 Avenue at 4 p.m. Cooper.Altemese Powell and Gail Powell are fishing along the West their niece Joyce AnnSraitharestill talking and showing home

The A. W. (Jimmye) Braeshears of Dallas are vacationingin Coast of Florida in the lakes around Mobile Ala., into the New movies of their recent trip to New York, Montreal, Canda and

Miami. It's their annual holiday and a chance to reminiscewith Orleans. Before returning to Miami they will visit all the Philadelphia.Mr. .
and Mrs. Herbert Davis(Betty) became the parents ofa
and The
family renew friendships. couple houseguestsof
places In the French Quarters listen to the jazz bands and eat
her sister and brother-in-law, Nathaniel and Lugusta Colston. the highly season foods along the Mississippi River. baby girl, Tonya, Monday, July 24. I

Oswald and Doris Smith returned from N. Y. C. and Expo Visiting here on vacation are Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Lee Robert Llghtburn of Nassau,.Bahamas is houseguest of Mrs.

'67 Just in time for Doris to complete plans for the Californiatour Bowens from philadelpha, Pa., mother Mrs. Williams sister Arabella McKinney
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEKIt
this weekend.
Mrs. F. S. Gaddy.
Bermuda was Gloria Mazon's choice of an ideal vacation (a smile) cannot be begged, borrowed, nor stolen, but it
spot. Looking real sharp in his army uniform was PFC Daniel Is of no earthly good until it is given away. If in your hurry I

Having enjoyed a 2 week vacation In St.Augustine, with her Johnson, Jr., of the Honor Guard at Fort McNair, Washington, you meet someone who is too weary to smile, leave one of (
father Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Johnson, Ida Bell Moseley (Jack- D. C., when he visited briefly with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. yours. ,

son's Toddle Inn) is busy with plans for the fall. Daniel J. Johnson, Sr., (Carolyn) of 8390 NW 18th Avenue. G. K. Chesterton ;i


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Devin Paul Davis,son of Mr.
and Mrs.David Davis captured tqt
first prize in a Baby Contest
sponsored by the Maggie 1WIIIIIIiiiIIii'''_ 1'W.' IW\t. "" "'I.Ao.i-

Lumpkins Chapter No. 119, Dr. John A. Morse/// Assistant Director of the National Association for the Ad-
Elizabeth Chapter No. 46 and
Melzie Coleman Chapter, No. vancement of Colored People, places o wreath on the grave of Prince Hall, first grand
44 which master'and father of Negro Masonry in the United States. The ceremonies at historic
0. E. S., was held
July 18th at the Masonic Hall. Copps Hill Burial Ground took place during the Association's 58th annual conven- ..
tion in Boston. To Dr. Morsell's"' right ore Association President, Kivie Kaplan;Amos ''
W T. Hall, executive secretary of the Prince Hall Grand Masters Council and president
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of the Association's Tulsa, Okla., branch, and Chairman of the NAACP Board, Bishop
Stephen G. Spotts wood.


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Help Senior Citizens .I
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Congressman Claude grams designed to help the it would make maximum use of
Pepper introduced legislation aged." Senior Citizens implementingthe
Monday to earmark a substantial The legislation to earmark particular program.
part of lthe: nation's war- $150 million of Community Direct that maximum use be
on poverty funds to help its Action Program funds for the made of Senior Citizens in administrative
I poor Senior Citizens and to aged was one of three meas- and advisory capacities
krtr. provide for greater use in ures introduced by the veteran in the anti-poverty
". anti-poverty programs of the Florida legislator. Two other programs to reduce the over
DONNA RENIE JACOBS Senior Citizen's ability to help measures would: head cost of the poverty pro
deal with the poverty problem Provide that,before an anti- grams and increase the
Second prize went to Donna "Our Senior Citizens 'Con- poverty grant of Federalfundscould amounts of aid being providedto
Renie Jacobs, daughter of prise approximately one- be made, the applicant the poor 10 the nation's com
.. ,Mrs. Vivian Jacobs,Devin and seventh of those in the poverty would have to demonstrate that munities.
Donna represented Maggie class and I think we should devote -
EXTRA GIFT The F. W. Woolworth Company's Lumpkins Chapter No. 46. at least that much of our A MIDSUMMER NIGHT RECITALThe
contribution $7,000 to the United Negro College Fundis Other babies entered in the anti-poverty funds toward
I handed by Robert W. Young(left), the company's vice contest were: Andrea Boston, dealing with the plight of the Dade County Young ]Democratic Association proudly
president for personnel, to Dr. Stephen Wright, UNCF Jonathan Keith Stevens and aged poor," Pepper said. presents Willie Reed Williams, HerroleanStorr,Bella Smith,
president. The check included an extra gift of $2,000, Ralph Alex Brantley. All "That means that about$150 and Dr. Paul Csonka in a Midsummer Nigh Recital, Sunday,
in addition to the company's regular annual contribution. babies received prizes. million of the funds allotted July 30, at Dade County Auditorium, 8:00 p.m. They will sing
Community Action Programs such outstanding numbers as "A City Called Heaven," "The
11. should be Sound of Music," "This is My Beloved," and many others.
I Honorable Peace In Viet Naml.,1uUlllj'H expended, on pro- _Benefit: Scholarship Fund. 1
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Urged By NAACP Conventionvancement

I WHY NOT DO YOUR
Boston-The National Association and consumer were geared to the needs of the
for Advancement protection. The resolutions, ghetto and the pockets of rural
of Colored People, in its 58th like .the convention program, poverty.
BANKING AT LINCOLN/ ?
annual convention here,called .
for "a peaceful and honor

the able"United determination States involvementin of Don't Fall To See.... Full Banking Service ; :: '.;

the Southeast Asia crisis.

The resolution, the first "THE NAKED FACE With Hours Tailored ,Ci;, i !;\:

NAACP statement dealing directly
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with the war in Viet >:: j l" .' :
To Fit Your
Nam "the Administration ,
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to continue toreexamineand ,
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pursue with vigor all ave Co.v..i..ce' :.
nues which will lead to a Just EOPI DOCUMENTARY
and honorable peace."

The convention also reaffirmed Tuesday, August 8 FULL BANKING FACILITIES ;.
support of the Board of OPEN MONDAY THROUGH '
Directors' resolution of April 9:30: to 10:30 P.M. FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO

10 which warned that it was"a Channel! 2 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY /IiL_ ,.
serious tactical mistake..to{ ''
EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.
attempt to merge the civil
rights movement with the SEE ALL THE VARIOUS EOPI OPERATIONSHEAR UNTIL 8:00 P.M.

peace movement or to assume A PANEL DISCUSSION FEATURING: DRIVE-UP WINDOWS WILL BE
that one is dependent upon the
other." OPEN ON SATURDAY FROM ; ,
RICHARD WEATHERLEYEOPI 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON '''V
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FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK
was one of a series of policy
statements adopted by the H. FRANKLIN WILLIAMS TRANSACTIONS ONLY: EDWARD DUFFIE

delegates covering the com President EOPI Board of Directors RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS Has been with the bank since

plete range of Association CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK opening day. He is active in
in such
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    Since when did it become headline news when someone's kin ,
    is arrested? This has been going on in Negro families for as
    long as anyone can remember. Negroes have been arrested"on

    suspicion of everything and anything" for hundreds of X 1 1j
    years. This is nothing new to us.In this day and age, especially II I Ih
    it is no "crime" to be arrested. People are being arrested I II I

    for fighting for their civil rights.. arrested for looking on" '

    arrested just for being in the wrong place at the wrong \
    time. Of course Negroes are not the only ones who are arrested. '
    The Jails are full of people of all faces and from all walksof

    life. Man y of these persons are related to "big shots" in r t4'i

    city, county, state and government posts, but they do not get $
    bold print in the paper. Instead of going to see about them -./. .,ew. ? i l.1
    themselves, they send their lawyer to see about their "kin" ir i

    and bail them out. And you and I never hear about itl! Well,
    Mrs. Range went for her own, and the results were a socalled t\
    slander. A slander to a woman who we love and respect for _

    the fine, Job she is doing on our City Commission; what she t
    stands for; and the things she is doing to help make this city
    one of the finest in the nation. We are not condoning her sis-
    ter, but we do not feel that an issue should be made of the fact.

    We cannot be held responsible for the rights and wrongs of our '
    "kin?" It is regrettable that this incident happened,but sinceit w

    did, we are proud that our own" went for "her own." There i

    was none of that under the table hiding behind skirts .
    it was straight from the shoulder! Amen]

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    PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Eleanor Lofton(Publisher of 14 .. --t A r !it c
    Pittsburgh Courier)


    PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Prince Farrington


    VIP OF THE WEEK: John D. Johnson (Judge)

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    Speaking of Mrs. Range, we heard her on Alan Courtney's
    program the other night, and among the things that were dis- Charles Jacobson, public relations director at (ects that the Rinkydinks have contributed to in their
    cussed was the Minimum Wage Law In the state of Florida. Variety Children's Hospital, accepts $500 check from present drive for welfare organizations. Pictured beloware

    The question of why there Is so much unemployment came up, Flo Hawkins president of the Miami Mrs. Flo Hawkins, president and Mrs. Ann Graves 'I
    and it was brought out that there are many, many Jobs that are Rinkydinks. This of the welfare committee chatting with little Shelly
    available, but the youth and adults are standing the corners generous donation represents lust one of the many pro- Swain from Nassau, Bahamas. Glamour photos.

    complaining that there are no Jobs.There has also been state-
    ments to the effect that the Cuban people have taken the best Dade
    Jobs, including the hotels and other resort spots on the Beach.In Sen-Edraond Gong Hears About FAMU Phasing. Out .

    my opinion, the poor white and Negro who had whatever Jobs -
    that were "taken away" from them by the Cubans were vic- A reception was given recently sion, and Dr. H. Manning Ef- and tradition." He said that it difficult when students come
    tims of the "no minimum wage law in Florida." There is a at Florida A&MUniver- ferson who Is retiring after 44> this contributed to unrest and to him asking advice and seek-
    Federal Minimum Wage Law, and I think that this has been ,sity at which Dade Senator Ed- years of service at the univer- riots such as occurred in Ing guidance. He said the students -

    confused with a State law. One man said that he did not believe mond J. Gong and his staff ap sity. Tampa.Dr. are demanding answers
    peared.About 40 persons, including Miles said that there Is and they are entitled to
    assurances -
    that an employer would fire one person to hire another Just Senator Gong said his pri-
    to save 15 cents. He did not mention that that is 15 cents an students from South mary purpose In coming to the unanimity within the univer- that the university can
    Florida and other areas, and sity and among the alumni to have a stable future.
    hour, which would add up to$24.00 a month per employee sav- university was to absorb the
    ed. If a man has 20 employees, at 15 cents an hour less, he instructors for summer ses- views of the students and the keep the university and improve After the question and an-
    would not be avery good businessman if he did not want to save sion, were present. administration and try to es- it. He emphasized thatit swer period, Sen. Gong said
    Lynn Leslie and Miss Con- will not, and does not now he had gained tremendous insights
    $480 a month In salaries.As long as the law allows him to pay tablish a better line of com- -
    at this rate, and he can find someone who will work for this stanza Johnson (first Negro munication between the uni- operate on a segregated basis into the thinking of the

    rate, why not? This is a$5OOOprofltfor him at the end of the employed as a legislative sec- versity and the Legislature.Oral There are some white studentsat frank communication duringthe
    retary since Reconstruction) FAMU, he said. It's a deep reception. He suggestedthat
    become accustomed to be-
    year. The average person who has Allen, a Miamian,ask-
    ing supported by Welfare and his relatives and friends who served punch and cookies to ed Senator Gong during the emotional feeling to know that the strident leadership, if
    not make to to work the guests. They were wel- the university is a continuing not the administration, take
    are on Welfare, feels that it does sense go question and answer period
    for $35.00 a week, when he can stand on the corner and wel- comed by Senator Gong.In what was his position on the thing, he said. the initiative on passing a re-
    week to live Neither Is a Hansel Tookes, a student at olutlon urging the retention
    fare will give him $30.00 a on. living proposed phasing out of
    his
    amount, but why bother? This Is a bad attitude to have,but it introductory re- FAMU. The Senator said he Florida State UNIVERSITY, SA 3D FAMU, or take other stu-
    said he
    marks Senator
    Gong THAT MANY Negroes resenl ted at level action which could
    is true. U we would put our heads together and call for a 'Mini had known Henry Goa since understood that a number of
    the approach to desegregationon ,xpress their viewpoint more
    mum Wage Law In the State of Florida,we just might get some back in the days when they Negro ,leaders favored the unilateral to
    a basis by the clearly the Legislature.
    relief from this situation which we are discussing. U a man worked together in the Gong phasing out, but he was inter-
    whit
    leadership. He stated Distinguished
    guests
    knows he can make $70 to $100 a week working at somethinghe ested in hearing what the sen- were:
    family store in Mia-
    grocery that it should be bi-lateral, to Dr. H. Manning Efferson, Deanof
    will be inclined to work rather than timent was at the reception.A
    knows he can do then he
    mi, "when 'we made fortune the cultural the
    preserve backgrounds University; Dr. M. C.
    wait for $30 a week charity.We are training people for better before number of persons said they
    cookies they were pop- of both groups. R h a n e y, Director of Admissions -
    jobs of all ,kinds and trying to make for better living condi- ular." want the university retainedbut
    Stokes
    L. A. guidance coun- and Records; Dr. J. C.
    tions, so why not start at the bottom of things and get better with many improvements.The selor for Miami NorthwesternHigh Awkard Head of the
    Psychology -
    The Senator introduced his Rev. M. G. Miles Deanof
    also
    once these people have been trained. There was a ,
    pay
    out that the
    pointed un- Department Rev. M. G.
    staff and said that the Students said there's ;
    statement the that "there are plenty of domestic recep- deep
    on program certain future of FAMU makes Miles, Dean of Students.
    jobs open." Negroes and poor people the world over have been tion was In honor of two per- resentment and a feeling of

    made, through circumstances, to work at this type of Job all sons, Miss Constanza John- frustration among Negroes
    their lives They are now trying to better themselves, and do son, his secretary whom he when they face: the possible
    not want this type of Job any longer. Domestics are in our highly commended for out- abandonment of their univer-
    Nurses Aide Training Program; Home Health Aide Training standing work during tbp ses- sity after 80 years heritage

    Programs; Electrical Appliance Repair Program, etc. They anw4

    are learning,_ _not__ only to n helD themselves but to help- others.
    Let us encourage these people.by making possible for themto traveling around to golf tournaments. James Everett and M
    make a better salary at these things that the governmentIn family visited "home folks" in Jacksonville for a few days.
    paying to teach them, rather than have them makingthe Helen took her golf clubs so she could show the folks she is
    same salaries they were making before our tax monies now keeping her eye on the ball. Of course, the first thing she

    were spent training them. Let's get a Minimum Wage Law In packed was the trophy she won recently in Ocala. She sez, "no-
    body would believe me if they didn't see it." The home
    on her thoughts and fine
    Florida. We congratulate Mrs. Range 4U c4&4U txvttett to ttc4
    Health Aides first class is graduating Friday,the 28th. These
    work. women will be helping families adjust to illness in the home. MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE No. 29

    QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Mrs. Marie Guyton, Secre- We congratulate them Dave, Jr. is now stationed at Ft.
    and Miss Barbara Holloman have Benning, Georgia. Passed his audition for the Army Band, and
    at the Brownsville EOPl,
    tary returned from a glorious vacation In Nassau. They report that Is on the Sand Hill Area of Ft. Benning. Following In daddy's Hear the lift giving teachings ot the
    tour footsteps. That is where I met Mayme. (Umteen ) Honorable Elijah Muhammad
    they had aballl.! MissAlice Holiday is off for a 15-day years ago
    of the Western States. She plans to stop in Mexico, California, We haven't seen a new name plate on J. D. Mack's desk

    Nevada (Las Vegas), and other places along the way. Our yet. We thought sure it would "Executive Vice Presi- Meetings:
    deepest sympathy to the family of Avon Billington. It Is sad dent," by now. He is now vice president at Lincoln National SUNDAY 2:00
    P.M.
    is cut down in the prime of his life, but it Bank, and we're pulling for him Don't think I mentionedthat -
    when man
    Is God's a young will. Those of us who worked diligently to help the Lucille Glass and hubby took a second honeymoon trip to Wednesday and Friday 8:00 P.M.

    fund to save Avon and others who suffer from the same dread Expo 67 last month.He Is in the service, and had time off". 5245 N. W. 7th AVENUE
    his loss. We must however, still There is going to be a big affair in Nassau on August 28th. The
    disease, are saddened by Litton to the Radio Edition of "Mr. Muhammad Spaak*"
    Kiwanis a benefit show in order to build a home
    another are sponsoring
    machine that might save
    continue our effort to get the Sunday, 5.30 A. M. WFAB 990 on the Dial
    East In for dependent children. Some of our big stars will be there,
    at Fantasy
    fantastic job
    life Jeff Addams doing a 6:30 A. M. WMIE 1140 On the Dial
    to to Detroit to see his folks, and and this Is the first time a Negro Bahamian has been In chargeof
    he go
    plans
    Hollis, N. Y., Read MUHAMMAD SPEAKS
    has the honors and is Newspaper
    back to the New Port on Miami Beach for the Season, come operations. peanuts Taylor liningup
    12. J don't know if he'll have enough nerve to go to De- the talent That is it for this week. Till the next one,

    August troit now, or not. Ernest Hayes and family spent vacation LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI .




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    THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 28, 1967 11
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    ,rtr'. ') NEGRO HEADS
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    : a: !1M ."J' AMERICAN BOYS NATIONAlan LEGION Round About


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    Keyes of San Antonio, TalkBY

    Texas, a 16-year-old Negro
    whose father is in Vietnam, JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
    t k: { was elected president of the
    22nd annual American'Legion NEWS IN. REVIEW. Headlines: Newark, New Jersey's

    Boys Nation Tuesday night ,four-dly riot killed 28 people, wounded over 1,800, and the
    ,police arrested ovet 1,400. Of those killed 23 were Negroes

    He is the first member of killed by National Guardsmen, City and State police. Monday,
    his race to win that position. July 17, I was in Newark, checking out the "Black Power"
    3 3rT meeting plans. The fiareup wasn't really a race riot, but an
    ordinary rebellion against the city government,police brutalityand
    sidential Keyes and his vice-pre- the lack of Jobs Tuesday, July 18, L. B. J. dictatesnd
    running mate
    Doug- of rail road strike(with the help of Congress) NAACP
    d las B. Iron Kamerow,of Alexandria
    e condemns the racial violence. Roy Wilkins said, "police havea
    Va., defeated HowardD.
    tendency to lose their cool." But "insurrection cannot be
    Burnett Pocatello Idaho
    tolerated and he doesn't dig Black Power" Sen Thomas
    and James R. Higgins of Wes-
    JS' Dodd's (D., Conn.) two former employees, James Boyd and
    F sington Springs S. D. 50-49.
    ,
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    AI' "JIIII Marjorie Carpenter, recently got married. They are famousfor

    Seated left to right.Adymoe Mrs. Floyd, wife; Jane Jones, guest speaker. A Legion( aide said Keyes' giving material to Columnists Drew Pearson and Jack An-

    Bradshaw Worthy Matron, Martha. Fashions were from; King father is in the Army and is as,, derson that led to Dodd's Senate censure. July 20, Eighty.
    Pauline Livingston, Conduc- The Worthy Matron and the Taylor', Patricia Dress signed to duty in Vietnam. one (VIP) die in Mid-air Crash in North Carolina including

    tress; Vernita Meadows, As- members of Mary Arline Shop, THo O'Neal Fashionette Navy Secretary J. T. McNaughton,his son and wife Marge
    sociate Financial secretary; Chapter No.; 99 wish to thank Louise Watkins, and Loraine Farber, the accuser in the Carl Coppolino double murder indictment -

    Gloria J. Bush, Ada. Standingleft everyone for your loyal sup- Morning.Out BEACH PARTYThe pave bad remarks and comments to Mary Coppolino's
    to right, Mary Linda Ar- port in helping to make this our of town guests were Mrs. (Carl's wife) magazine article. Carl Coppolino is doing a life

    line, Grand Matron, of the first Rainbow Tea a great suc- Lafayette and'Mack Ingraham term in prison, convicted by a Florida court.

    State of Fla.; Robbie McIntosh cess, July 9,at Liberty Square and children from New York L. P. N. organization.
    Treasurer; Josephine Grice, 64th Street and 14th Avenue. City Inc, are giving a beach party FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY, NEGRO PRIDE.- Acrossthe

    Ruth; Mary E. James, Asso. Rev. Ralph Ross, Assistant Mary Linda Arline Grand at Crandon Park,July 29,from nation in any conversation where a Negro person is Involved -

    Easter; Clyde Floyd, model; pastor of Mt. ZionChurchwas Matron of the State of Florida. 10 am 4 p.m.Donation 100. and the discussion is about Black History or Greatness,
    Pit No. 2. Refreshments free. you would find that Florida A& M University is number one on

    -- the topic.With many years of sweat and t o 11 the American
    Black man built himself a great"pride and f Joy". NOW suddenly -

    .. along comes integration and that man feels that the Negro
    FOR SALE doesn't need his own "UNIVERSITY," so get rid of it. The
    years that the whites barred Negroes from their better schools
    Only $600 down FHA for
    must be with
    suddenly forgotten a hand-out-"we'llintegrate
    biggest and but house in.
    the block. Custom 3 bed- you people, a few at a time to see how it works out." Why can't
    state officials leave it a university and let the whites integrate
    room beauty, large comer
    lot,near North side Shopping Florida A & M? Keep your Negro UNIVERSITY so that your

    Center, school, etc., Ideal children can feel as superior as the white children. In the
    for doctor or other profe s. Northern States, the Negroes, all attend these integrated
    sional. schools without a feeling of security because they feel they

    I+d -0- don't really belong, which means more dropouts, more riots
    12 units. $15,000 down.Net and more problems If the Negroes of Florida lose their
    30% on these best built univeristy, that will be a step backward many years. The Ne-
    opts. in desirable NE lo- gro must fight to keep what he has built, not exchange what he

    cation. Magnificent 2 bed- built up, for what some people pro m is e. (Promises can be

    room owner s apt. broken, and most times they are) There is more unity in
    INVESTMENTCOUNSELORS Florida A & M than in most states.Why? "Because there are
    pride and honor there."
    INC.

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    Samuel Dolphus (director and pianistand his talented choral the Samuel' (formerly Leona Gaitor) back in New York after a month's
    group visit with her ailing( mother, Mrs. Flossie Gaitor of 1963 NW
    ' ettes, entertained a grand turnout Sunday afternoon at the'Bethanylihtin Academy.
    5th Place Joe Banks (formerly of 6th Court) in Green-
    Proceeds were funded for capable students desirous of attending college. Miss Blanche
    wich Village on 6th Ave. and Wavely Place, Thursday even-
    Calloway served as Mistress of Ceremonies and Mrs. Richard Strachan handled the The Best-Groomed Ing, July 20 Leroy Adger of 210 W. 150th St., on his way

    business arrangements. An unusual talented organization, the Samuelettes rendereda Mea Ue MURRAY'S to the Port Authority Bldg,(Greyhound Bus Line)with the Rev.
    musical afternoon long to be remembered. J. C. Johnson of Nashville, Tenn., speaking proudly of James

    Superior Hair Pomade and Harriet Hart, 55th Terrace,and Richard Twine(all of Mi-

    ami and cousins) Gloria Mike greets Irene (Rhett) May-

    wood of Miami, Brother and sister team, Sandra and James
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    e When I take a case I thoroughly ,' z1f,. Washington and Lizz (she's married) Butler' at the Boston
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    Ballroom Saturday night, heading for Deland, Florida, for two
    study the background. 3 tr weeks' vacation next week. .Herbert Balfour (known in Mi-

    Events happening years before.can 4ta. ami as "Shack' ) living in Brooklyn at 347 Vernon Ave., and be
    is laboratory technician at the King's County Research Lab.,
    win a day in court.J' t been there for 10 years.


    W Maybe that's why I pickedGordon's A .,,,,,, TEEN TALK ANDSOUL MUSIC SURVEY.-Leo Boyd driv-
    ing around his Black Caddy "Coupe DeVille" with his black
    London Dry Gin. h and white Florida License Plate. Leo was intown with Wayne

    Good English background.Dry Loguidici (white Rock and Roll singer from Georgia) appear

    the I like it + rw ing on the Wilson Pickett (Appolo 125th Street) show. ."A
    way Y White Shade of Pale," recorded in England, high on the chart

    Dr. Feelgood Aretha Franklin's "New Smash"
    Charles E Uoyd Attorney Advisor to ifia / Washington survey
    Coordinating Council, Counsel for The Bank ol finance Advisor to Operation Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, climbing ,up with "Respect' and "I've Never Loved a Man"
    Bootstrap, is one ol fie most successful lawyers in the Southwest
    young popular local businessman and Steve Wonder's "Hey, Love" and"I was Made to Love

    owner of: the Dive-Inn Bar, Kinky, Stubborn Hair Her", dedicated to Alvin R. Rolle, the Tennessee State grad

    S a 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-' Responds "As If By Magic" Temptation's (Gordy) "All I Need' to Cindy Lou "Miss

    f.hr 9431. He invites all his old' Now you tan hate all-tlut' tonflJenie/ Fort Lauderdale." Betty Swan's"Make Me Yours" dedicated -
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    a dub of MURRAY mnrrlnrllAIR
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    12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 28, 1967Vacation
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    The Hon Carlton Francis, Chief Out Island Commissioner
    Minister of Finance,and Senator Dlllet H. Gurrows retired
    the Hon. Dr. Doris John- from Public Service on
    son were honored with a Joint July 14th after 47 years.Mr.
    testimonial banquet given by Burrows served as Board of
    the Parents Teachers Association Education teacher and com
    I of Jordan Memorialand missioner in several of the is
    Prince Williams High lands. He was Chief out Island
    School, July 14. Four hundred Commissioner the past 11
    guests were present at the affair years.
    which was held at the He is a native of Deadman'sCay
    British Colonial Hotel.Speak- Long Island. In 1952 he
    ers included the Premier the was given recognition for his
    Hon. L. O. Pindling, the Hon. contribution to agricultural
    A. D. Hanna, Minister of Education development and good leader-
    t ; the Hon A.R.Braynan, ship at Exuma; was awardedthe
    Speaker of the'HouseofAs- M. B. E. in the Que e n' s
    sembly. Dr. H. W. Brown gave Coronation Honors, and this
    the invocation and Dr. R. E. year he was made a Companion
    Cooper, the benediction. of the Imperial Service Or-
    Livingstone Coakley, principal der for, "long and distinguished -
    i at Prince William High service."
    was master of ceremonies.Both An estimated 300 persons
    honorees had served as attended Mass at Our Lady's
    teachers and principals for Church July 11 witness four
    more than 30 years. Benedictine Religious take
    t their vows. Those taking the
    R vow were: Sister Kevin Marie
    I Students and staff members Rolle, Sister Mary Josephine
    of San d 11 and Village School Albury, Brother Luke Felix
    presented retiring Head Taylor and Sister Mary
    master J. H.Major with giftson Jacinta Neeley.
    July 14, in ceremonies at
    the school.Mr.Major,who had
    been in Bahama education system "Any where In the world
    for 42 years, spent the you want to go"
    past 14 years as principal at TtCKfTS COST
    Sandiland. Mrs. Millicent
    NO MORE AT
    Ferguson, assistant head-
    teacher, led the group.

    TQdgL BUQ6IU
    Senior Public Service Officers
    "Your Neighborhood Travel
    are taking a government
    sponsored six-week course in Agentl"
    public administration at the
    A.
    near to you ot your
    Carlton Hose Hotel. The purpose tl.phon*. Give us a call.
    I Church/ School Incarnation of the ,corse is to improve #'e deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
    the efficiency> of the of Ave. PR 98451. Chat. C.
    North, Manager.
    ficers.. It was officially open
    The Church of the Incarnation(Episcopal) Vacation Church (3) From lettto right(around table)Mrs.L. Smith Aga Tew, ed by the Premier on July 10.
    School will end Friday,July 28,with a closing program at 7:00 Williams, Linell Garvey.pharles Ingraham',II,Angela d
    p.m. In the church.The public is cordially invited to attend the Culmer.1 ,.
    program and see the exhibits.
    The Vacation Church School was sponsored by the Adult (4)) Left pew reading left to right Elaine Bullard, Carolyn .
    Church School Class and the Episcopal Young Churchmen.The Silva, Kathy Walker, Christal Brown,James Culmer,Chaolton ; ': :
    theme, "Walking Jesus Way," was developed through Russell. Right pew foreground, Gregory Walker, Gregory
    Bible Study, Audio-Visual materials, Arts and Crafts, Work Clark, Anthony Stirrup, Kevin Wilson, Michael Wyche and Albert .
    books, Recreation, and Refreshment time. Edwards, II. --- :

    (1) Reading from left to right:Antoinette Moss,Jeffrey Johnson (5) Gale Williams, Rosalind Russell, Karen Moore, Mrs.. \ --
    Ginny Dear, Esterlena Hall, Alexis Smith Kim Moore, P. Smith, handicraft director, Sabrina Johnson and Debra
    Lettie Gooding, Mrs. Ella Hall, standing Marthel Silva. Roberson.

    (2) Joseph Parlins,Jeffrey Vickers,Carol Lynn Smith, Mar- (6) Back row(1-r): Diane Spurlock Val jane Coll1ngton, ". ,.' .,
    kell Williams Bernie Bradley, Adrian Walker, Miss F. Cul- Kathryne Wyche, Debra Johnson.Front Rowl-r):Linda Kelly,
    mer, Theresa Robinson, Lisa Ingraham, Travis Williams and Jonathan Fowler, Derrick Wilson, Sylvia Ross, Jean Silva.
    Ardyth Williams. Mr. Blatch, teacher House of Photography photos. APPRENTICE MECHANICEastern


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    Hi LOCAL 65 MAIL apprentice mechanic class to begin
    The finals of two City of Miami unusual entertainment has the auditorium for both showsis will
    HANDLERS HAVE training this Fall. If accepted, you receive
    playground contestsapetshow been planned for some 300 free with pickups starting
    and a doll show, will be children expected attend the from all City of Miami play MINI.SKIP FORTEENAGERS a comprehensive three-year-on-the job
    at BayfrontAuditorium on July free shows sponsored by the grounds at*100 p.m. on those and classroom training program. During train
    28, and August 4. City of Miami parks and Recreation days. ing, will receive $2.56/hr. and progressup
    Birds, dogs, cats and other Department. All teenagers are invited to you
    pets of youthful owners will Pet show features will include come out for an evening of fun, to $3.75/hr. Upon completion, you will be
    compete for first, second and Abigail Alligator and I r r on Sunday,July 30,at 4:00 p.m. qualified as a licensed airframe and power-
    third place ribbons in each special guest Harold Whitaker : Cet There will be conch fritters, plant mechanic.To .
    division of the pet show at 2 directing a K-9 patrol dog +F SLICK BLACK sodas, hot dogs, cake,and lots
    p.m., July 28 demonstration. BruceJohnsonand of other goodies for sale at
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    during the doll show at 2 p.m. will be presented at the doll CRAY HAIRNACX and bring a friend have an MUST be school
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    a high graduate, an
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    Miami Host To PallBearers / r- -
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    I Convention I .

    I By Bioneva Monroe I 1 s ,ar

    The Fourteenth AnnualSession The Bahamian delegation, bered. The ladies in their
    of.he Grand United Order headed by Mr. W. D. Beckles, evening fineries presented a
    of Pall Bearers of America, brought much inspiration to picture of fairyland.A .
    Inc.,'was held In Miami,at the the convention, with 1 eleven
    Biscayne Terrace Hotel, 340 delegates from Lodges Nos. highlight of the Grand
    Biscayne Boulevard, July 12- 101, 102 and 103. Lodge session was a resolu- ,
    15. tion sent to the U.S.Congress, iiiIrT.
    ANNUAL CONTESTOn requesting that that body ,
    OPENING PROGRAM endorse President Johnson's ,

    Wednesday, 8:00 p.m., the Friday, at7:30p.m., Mr. appointment of Thurgood Mar-
    shall to be a Justice of the Supreme
    -
    opening program was held at W. C. Taylor, chairman of the Court.In .
    Ebenezer Methodist Church, Educational Committee, an-
    1042 NW 3rd Avenue, Rev. A. nounced the opening of the pro- the Juvenile contest held 4
    D. Hall,pastor The delegationwas gram of the Annual Contest. Friday morning winners were f
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    warmly welcomed on behalf Needless to say this was the oratorical first prize,Dorothy \1<> ;:: >;\: "' -- --
    of the City of Miami, the cream social event of the con
    Holt of Homestead second
    churches, the Ministerial Alliance vention, and was enjoyed by Barbara Adams. of ;Nassau. The Jolly Friends Social and Civic Club, consisting of the above; Mae Wood,
    and business,social the large crowd in attendance. president; Emma Ward, vice president/ ; Mable /I. Daniels, secretary; Ida Sidney,
    and fraternal organizations.Music Linda McPhee of Nassauwon treasurer; Safronia Madrid,chairman, Sunshine Committee;Mildred Johnson, financial
    was furnished by Ebe Winners in the oratorical first prize in the Juvenile secretary. Members are Lute/ Yancy, M. McCown. Margret Bennett and Maggie Williamsare

    nezer Choir. Mrs. Ethel T. contest were; first prize, solo contest and Charlene not shown. The club recently held a Sip at the home of Mrs. S. Madrid. The pic-
    Johnson was mistress of cere Brenda Thomas, Ft. Pierce; Wiley of Princeton, second. ture was taken at a "GeMo-gether" session at the home of Mrs. Emma L. Warel.
    second prize, Norma J. Saw-
    monies. Our beloved Grand Presi- Glamour photo.
    .
    All business sessions were yer, Key West; third prize
    dent Rev A.T.Stone was
    beautiful Irene Edwards, Miami. Hon- pre-
    held in the Starlite
    orable mention Louise sent throughout the sessions. .
    Hay- Room of the Biscayne Terrace Because of ill health he did not
    wood Ft. and Brenda .
    Myers
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    with Grand Vice-President J. Hanna, of Nassau. preside but his very presenceand T;;& : .
    H. Thomas presiding. Despite wise remarks and counsel -,
    much hard work the sessionsran SOLO CONTESTIn served as a booster for the en- A 4 r 1
    because of the
    smoothly, tire affair.
    most efficient staff officers the solo contest there wasa

    namely: Mrs. W. C. Taylor, tie between Tommy paldoof The Grand Lodge wishes to saya
    recording secretary, Mr. W. West Palm Beach and Cora big"thank you" to the man-
    C. Taylor, teller, Mr. J. W. Johnson of Nassau for first agement of the Biscayne Ter-
    parris, treasurer and Mrs. M. prize. Bridgett Thomas of Ft. race Hotel for the courteousand t d 'o

    W. Brown, financial secre- Pierce won second prize. efficient services r e n-
    tary. These persons have donea The Grand Ball on Thursday dered.At .
    tremendous Job. 1 evening was one to be remem- ,
    2:00: p.m. on Saturday,
    July 15th the'4th Annual Ses- t _
    sion of the Grand United Orderof
    PallBearers America
    ,
    Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE Inc., closed to meet at Nassauin i 5 '

    the Bahamas in July 1968. {
    "MR. JACK" 'The convention was a

    FOR spiritual, social, numericaland
    financial Monies
    success.
    STYLES FOR ALL AGES
    collected amounted to &
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    I Officials of four major na- company during a recent two- The fraternities were urged to
    tional Negro college fraterni- day meeting at General Foods encourage students to utilize
    ties became acquainted with Corporation headquarters in fully the counseling place-
    career opportunities availableto White Plains, New York. The men services available to
    college graduates at a con- foor company's experts in them on their campuses.
    sumer goods manufacturing personnel, college recruit-
    ment, marketing, sales, research Pictured (left to right) are
    chemistry, engineer- William F. Doar, Jr., execu-
    ( fig, public relations and food tive secretary of Phi Beta Sigma -
    "O tM SP1Riragw technology explained the ; Finus Winkler, assistant
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    1ir 'I n lljt '
    fi Y s {C.QR 4ts training needed by college undergraduates executive secretary of Omega

    .. the broad range of careers president personnel of Gen-
    : A. : { :: ELnSTIGIZEGI open to them in industry. eral Foods; Lawrence T.

    During the seminar, ideas Young, executive secretary of
    f.$', RD J I were exchanged on using the Alpha Phi Alpha;Julius Thomas -
    I i'LONCLINEHA ''I R SHOP' fraternities as an effective industrial relations con-'
    \ means of communicating the sultant and former industrial
    i 634-9389 personnel requirements of industry relations director of the Na-

    : arts H.W. 54 ST. to their members,col- tional Urban League, and
    leagues and to Negro under- Jackson W. Campbell, execu-
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    THE MIAMI TIMES.. .FriJov.----" -July--, 2ft,. 1967. -.
    RICHARDSONMrs.
    I RANGEMrs.

    Maggie I Thompson
    Lillie Mae Lewis of Jackson of 1831 NW 58th Street

    CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS *>150 NW 74th Terrace died, died Sunday, July 23, at her

    Tuesday, July 18th.She is sur- local residence. She is survived -

    vived by a daughter, Mrs. by two sisters Mrs.
    Evelyn Lewis; two sons, Syl-
    Nellie Thompson, Mrs.Agatha
    THANKS IN MEMORIAMThe vester and Charles; a sister;
    CARD OF THANKS CARD OF Thompson; two brothers
    and an uncle Claude Davis.
    The of the late IP loving memory of our Ellerson and Richard Thompson -
    family of the late family Funeral services were conducted -
    dear mother ; three sisters-b-lwa,
    e Wednesday, July 26, at Mesdames Lelia, Idella and
    | New Jerusalem Disciple
    Luella Thompson; onebro-
    Church of Christ.
    I ther-in-law Eugene Howard;

    -- ----- three nephews, James Martin,

    Douglas Adams and Herald
    ., ,
    Thompson. Funeral services ,
    Mrs. Anna Ruth Miller of I
    1232 NW 58th St.,died Friday, (MRS. MAGGIE THOMPSON)

    July 21. She Is survived by a will be conducted, Saturday, r

    husband,Thomas; her parentsMr. July 29, at 9:00 a.m. in Ebe- I,

    and Mrs. Captain Phillips; nezer M. E. Church with the i
    Rev. Aaron Hall
    officiating.
    sisters
    and brother-in-law,
    r
    Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith I
    cM 1 1FY and Mr. and Mrs. Shedrick Walter Parker, Jr., residIng
    at 2130
    St.
    ----- ... M Wright brothers and sisters- Wilmington ,
    i ------ ;
    CHARLES (CHUCKIE) : in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Opa-locka died, Wednesday,
    .
    ,.
    ......
    -- MRS. KATIE MILES k July 19th inSanford.He is sur-
    CAMBRIDGEwho Phillips and
    Mr. and
    Mrs.
    JESSE MILES HEADINGSwho vived by a mother, Mrs.
    Johnny Middleton and a grand-
    departed this life July 7, Carrie Parker; four sisters,
    departed this life July 20, mother, Mrs. Ella Maddox.
    who departed this life July 11, 1964. Mesdames, Ella Mae Jackson
    1967 wishi to thank their many Funeral services will be con- ,
    friends and well wishers for 1967, in Cedars of Lebanon Gone, but not forgotten. We ducted Mattie Brown, Lucille Howardand
    Saturday July 29 at
    .... all kindness shown them dur- Hospital, wish to express sin- love you, but ,Jesus loved you 1:00 p.m. in the, Bethlehem, Jannie Parker; and one

    ing their bereavement.May cere thanks to the many best. Baptist Church. brother Ozell. Funeral ar-

    friends and neighbors for their The Children ,.. rangements are Incomplete.
    God bless all of you. If "' -- -- -
    kind deeds, cards, telegramsand Ivorn and Francis Headings Mrs. Bernice Martin of 2190 Harvey Reese, Sr., of 1535

    Mr. and Mrs. Charles & Jean florals. George and Vera Headings NW 69th Ter., died Tuesday, NW 58 Ter., died Friday,July
    Cambridgeand Special thanks to Richardson Mack and Gertrude Jackson July 18 in the Monroe General 21. He is survived bythree GREATER NEW BETHEL

    family Mortuary, Rev. H.M.Sal- Jimmie and Dorothy Cooper Hospital at Key West. She is daughters, Mesdames: Callie
    mon and Slaters Chapel AME Rev. W K. Smith pastor
    Ernestine Hines Knox ,
    survived by her husband, Mae Buford, Willie Mae Riley
    Church. David; a mother, Mrs. Agatha and Louise Kelly; four sons, Alice S. Irving, reporter

    IN MEMORIAMIn The Hunter; four children; five Harvey, Jr., Olden, Willie J., Deaconess No 2 invite you
    familyIN IN MEMORIAMIn sisters, Mesdames; Shirley and Will Reese; one brother, to their annual tea to be held

    memory of our dearly be- loving memory of our Lewis, Velma Ferguson, Al- John; two sisters Mary Jack- at the homo of Sis. Nelson,

    loved sister and aunt, dear husband and father francies East, Alicia Lucky, son and Emma Ware. Funeral 1920 Rutledge Street. Date:

    .. MEMORIAMIn Inez Rolle; two brothers, services will be conducted Fifth Sunday in July at 3 p.m

    sad but loving memory of Charles and Preston Hunter; Thursday, July 27,at 2:00p.m. Rebecca Times will be the

    our mother and grand mother four aunts; and three uncles. in the Chapel.Joe guest speaker.Our .
    Funeral services were con revival services ended

    fr 4f ducted Tuesday, July 25th in July 21 with 18 candidates for
    Lee Atkins of 427 NW
    Grace Presbyterian Church. baptism
    45 10th St., Apt. 4, died Friday, The
    Young Matrons and
    July 21. He is survived by his
    Mrs. Alice Matthews of 3291 widow, Mrs. Daisy Atkins; two Young Women invite you to

    NW 52nd Street, died Friday, daughters Julia Lee and fellowship with them Aug. 1st

    July 21. She is survived by her Elouise; two sons, James and at 8 p.m. Mrs. Mabelle: Anderson -

    sA husband, Lawrence; a daugh- Joe. Funeral services were will be the guest speaker.
    R .. The doors of Greater New
    ter Denzella Denise Burnside.
    .R, conducted Wednesday, July 26
    'to
    .Ai Funeral services will be con- Bethel are always open. You
    in the
    f 'f ,;,/rot' 'p :J ducted Thursday, July 27th,at Chapel. are invited to worship with us.
    '
    (6.. {"", ..!.. 11' 4:30 p.m. in the Church of the
    Ralph W. Clayton of 579 NW
    "
    -- .... 11'I '!I",7. ," .. ,Open Door. I
    22nd St., died Saturday, July

    FLORIDA B. PEDICAN PATIENCE E. MCPHEEwho Mrs. Annie Lee McMillanof 22. He is survived by his wife, ST. LUKE M.B.

    who departed this life July29, 2914 NW 56thSt.,died Tues- Doris; eight children;two sis-
    1954. departed this life August day, July 25. She is survivedby ters, Edith Orenda and Anne; Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor

    I heard a sound of voices, 2, 1963. Four sad years life OLIVER BURGERwho five brothers, Cyril, Rey, three brothers, James, John

    Around the great white thorne; has been so empty without you. passed July 30 1962. Albert, Nathaniel and Norris and Jerome.His remains were The Male Chorus of the St.

    With harpers harping on their May her soul rest in peace and God sees when the footsteps, Higgs; three sisters Mae Dean shipped Thursday morning, to Luke MB Church is presenting -

    harpsTo the light perpetual shing upon falters then he touches the Geleta Lee, and Lena Rahm- Orlando, where final rites will a Musical Program after
    her.. be conducted. the evening service this Sun-
    him who
    thereon Funeral
    weary eyelids and gives His ings. arrangementsare
    day July 30. is
    Everyone
    Salvation, glory, honor. dear ones sleep. Incomplete.Mrs. cor-
    I heard the song arise as The familyIN dially invited to attend.
    Sadly missed by his loving
    throughThe GLENDALE BAPTISTRev. The women of St. Luke MB
    wife, Lydia 1 L. Corbin of Church in
    are
    preparation for
    courts of heaven it rolled, B. L. Turner pastorR.
    Mabel Burger 2241 NW 61 St., died Monday, their annual Women's
    In wondrous harmonies from MEMORIAMIn M. Harrington Day,
    every clime Children and grand children July 24. She is survived by her reporter ,which will bethe 4thSundayin
    sad but sweet memory of husband Beresford four bro- The Goldcoast Missionary
    And kindred and nations from ; October. Dinners will be on
    our dear loved one thers James Joe Benjaminand Baptist Union is now in sessionat
    sale
    afar, each Sunday after the
    CARD OF THANKS
    Bethany Baptist Church
    As serried ranks returning Wilfred Hall; Princess N. morning service in behalf of
    W. 48th Street and 2nd Avenue.
    Rigby and several nieces and
    homeIn The family of the late Women's Day.
    Rev. F. L. Carter is .
    pastor.Let
    nephews. Funeral ,
    arrange- Deacon Floyd Davis is
    triumph from a war. JAMES SAMS pre-
    May light perpetual shine ments are incomplete sident of the Male Chorus.
    who departed this life July 10, each of us pray daily for
    upon her. May she rest in 1967, gratefully acknowledgethe Mrs. Janie Rose of 1000 SW the sick and soldiers everywhere Mrs. Annie Sullivan, is Gen-

    peace. kindness shown during 84 Ave., Hollywood, died Sun- eral Chairman of Women's

    their hour of bereavement. day, July 23. Funeral arrange- Day.

    The familyIN Special thanks are extendedto I ments are Incomplete.

    Rev. J. W. Stepherson.We .

    wish to express our sin-

    MEMORIAMIn cere thanks to Mable Whitehead -

    loving memory of our friends and, neighborsfor MIAMI TIMES RAHMINGS FUNERAL HOME

    dear father many kind expressions of
    -------------
    sympathy during ,our momentof ADS'BRING
    Formerly M. S. Allen Funeral HomeA
    LEONARD C. POWELLyou grief. ..
    .......
    May God bless all of you.

    ... passed July 25, 1966. His life is a beautiful mem- sympathetic and understanding service to
    May you rest in peace. ory, his absence a silent grief.He .

    Willie Powell, wife sleeps in God's lovely gar- everyone

    Gaddy Rawls, son den. RESULTS

    and family
    OWNERS
    Ella Mae Sams and Family

    William L. Carey, President

    IN MEMORIAMIn 'Any you whor want In to the go"world Matthew H. Rahming, L.F.D., Vice Pres.

    CARD OF THANKSThe TJCK&S casr Harry L. Rolle, Treasurer
    .
    loving memory of our. Helen Harris, Business Associate
    dear mother and grandmother family of the late NO MORE 4T

    DEACON GEORGE HEADINGSwho

    MARGARET MINGO' ,JOE LEWIS; SIMMONSdo STAFF
    departed this life July 27, :

    1956. not have words to TIUYEL 8I1N"U"Your Mrs. Helen Perkins
    West who this expressour Secretary
    Gone but not forgotten. We Key departed !
    -
    gratitude to the neighbors Neighborhood/ Trawl Harold Perkins
    life July 31.966.A .
    best. ,
    love you,butGodJovedyou ,
    and friends for cards and donations
    from is Agonti"A Sherman
    precious one us gone Carey ,
    A voice we love Is still we also thank Rev. Charlie
    The children Jordan
    noar to you as your
    A place is vacant in the home Mozel Mrs. Range and staff.
    Ivorn and Francis Headings folophono. Civ UI a coll.
    .. George and Vera Headings The world can never fill. May God bless each of you. Wo dolivor. 1104 NW 3rd 1144 NW 3rd AVENUE PHONE: 371-8343
    Avo. FR 9-8451. Chas. C.
    Mack and Gertrude Jackson Davis Newbold North, Manager. DAY
    Margaret OR
    NIGHT
    Alfonso Jr.
    Jimmie and Dorothy Cooper Curry, son
    foster mother
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    THE MIAMI TIMES r Friday W July| 28 r 1967 K
    ALBERTMrs. BAIN

    Versie Odell Gibson
    ,
    Mrs. Magdaline King of
    2111 NW 152 Ter., Opalockadied
    6504 SW 57th Avenue, Apt. 2, 1 : 1
    July 16. Remains were
    South Miami, diedJuly 21, as
    to
    shipped Friday night Brun-
    the result of an accident. She
    Ala. for final rites.
    I dage is survived her husband
    by
    iftt fflf U'tl tawi ISllllTENDERIZED
    Dock; two sons, Joseph and
    Charles Franklin Cam
    William Henry Bell; one
    Jr. 1127 NW 1st pi.
    bridge, ,
    daughter Mrs Marveline Williams -
    n died July 17. Among his surdvivors Funeral service will beheld
    are parents Mr and Saturday, at 2 p.m. from GOT LOW PRICES ALL THE TIME ]
    Charles F. .
    Mrs. Cambridge,
    Greater St. PauIAME Church, -
    Sr., four brothers. Serviceswere with the Rev. T. E. Wright officiating .
    held .
    Saturday.Mrs Remains will be

    Lizzie McArthur 529 "Happy Rose", shipped final to rites Fitzgerald,Georgiafor SMOKED PICNIC LB.35 J

    NW 56 St., died July IS.Her. Miss Helen Bell, daughterof __ ,_
    suvivors are six daughters,
    Popular Magdaline King, was alsoa
    Mesdames, Alberta Blanchet, '
    victim of the same Occident.
    Ethel Cromwell Ida Durham, Musician The remains wlll be funeraUz- TURKEY NECKS LB. 12C'BACKSJIB:12CFRESH
    Dies
    Mamie Brown, and Nettie ed Saturday at 2 p.m. at the
    McArthur; two sons/ Isaiah same church followed by
    and Roosevelt. Services were Leonard H. "Happy" Rose shipment to Fitzgerald, Ga.
    conducted Monday from Mt. of 15151 NE 14th Ave., North Miss Brenda Bell Master
    Zion Baptist Church. Miami Beach, died July 24.He Dock D. King, Master Joseph TURKEY \;
    was a well-known musician, Bell, and Miss Queenie Bel- : ,
    Clarence Hamilton, 6531 S. was a member theW.C.. mount,were also victims of the
    W. 58th Ave., S. Miami died Baker Dance Band and was a same accident of July 21,they PORKNECK
    July 21st. His survivors are popular figure throughout the too, will be funeralized at
    parents, Mr. and Mrs. James community. He is survived by Greater St. Paul AME Church, BONES 12, .
    Hamilton; three sisters his wife, Lucille; three sons, Saturday at 2 p.m. followedby LB. *
    Rosemary Jennifer and Darrell and Farrell Rose and shipping to Fitzgerald Ga.
    Nadine; two brothers, Bobby King Gary; one daughter Mrs. James Overton Jones, call-' .
    and Leroy;grandparents,Mr. Peggy J.Williams of Birmingham ed by his friends "0.T.Bur- FRESH ,FRESH FROZEN
    and Mrs. Clarence Brown. ; Alabama; eight grand- roughs" died July 21, funeral
    Services were held Wednesdayfrom children and many friends. services for Mr. Jones will OKRA10* OX TAILS ?25.t
    Mt.Olive Baptist Church, Arrangements are incomplete be held Saturday at 5:30 p.m. i .
    .,. -
    B.aubaBmuutt ui
    South Miami. from the Greater St.Paul AME
    Judge Sullivan Gilmore Church with Rev.T.E.Wright
    2474 W. 4th Ct., Hialeah died officiating. The remains will VITAGOLD
    July 21. His suvivors are The Infant daughter of Mr. repose In the Bains Funeral BIG 46 OZ
    wife, Luesinda; one daughter and Mrs. Elliott Rogers Home from Friday after 4:00: PINEAPPLE JUICE '25*
    Callie Ruth; one Brother An- Ramira Rogers died July 20. p.m. until funeral time Satur- CANLpak
    drew. Services conducted Arrangements are Incomplete day. Mr. Jones is suvived by

    Walker's ..' ,. ,,,
    Thursday 1:00 p.m. his wife Emmerine his mo- .. <'"" \ ",' ';" "'"'
    ,, :' '
    ..SMOKED' ; I," l/.l t''tmJ'' ',.I J.. ,'I'i.
    Temple Church of God In ther and stepfather Mr. and '1 \ { d. .
    Christ. Final rites Harper- Mrs. Smith, his grandmother I' "..:
    vile, Mississippi.Mrs. PUBLIC APPEALThe Mrs. Lovely Burroughs; one :KMUCKLESM3:;: tiS..(: ," "',) 6' '\
    ., ;; :.. __..,. !. ./
    purse of a Dade County aunt Mrs. Susan Canada. : ; ,' r'., vfw.n y. : ;&wmamimifl ,J.t'i:, 'I>d" .
    Maudell G. James Social Worker Mrs. E. E. Mrs. Everlina Crawford, a
    1221 NW 52 St., died July 21. Magill was snatched from her resident of the Grove since 8 LB.. PLASTIC PAIL
    Her survivors are parents,, who lived at 3642
    car on the corner of NW 11th 1925
    Mr. and Mrs. John H. Griffin; Street and 3rd Ave., Monday, Thomas Ave., Coconut Grove, PURE LARD $1.49
    one sister Mrs. Lottie Gunn; while she was on duty. This is died July 23rd,at the family
    three nieces Lois, Marcella an appeal for the return of the residence.Mrs. Crawford is
    Tlllman and Sherry Gunn; survived by three daughters ,. .
    personal contents of her !" I. t:" .'\j"",, '! :j.p I:' ; ,
    three nephews Lawrence If found Mesdames: Pauline Chambers SMOULDERLAMB' > ."" ': l "t "
    contactW. :
    purse. please : < ;; \ *i :*. '
    James Gunn Jr., and Terry R. Sutton,Supervisor 633- Fleta B.Pettier and Ar- : .' ,
    I Griffin ; grandmother, 6481.. lena C.Wright;one son,Albert ; CHOPS, ,. :< ,.. LB.' .
    1
    Mrs. Hattie Griffin ten' two I ; .
    one
    grandchildren great- .. '
    ; ; yry c\I,
    ,,, : .': qy
    >
    grandfather Mr. Lawrence grandchildren; two great- P"a:""" ':\ : : ":;I.L.. ::: ( I'U\.y; \I1

    Fulton; seven aunts. Services JORDAN GROVERev. great grandchildren; one sister -
    Saturday at 3.00: p.m. New Funeral services will be RITZ ASSORTED FLAVORSCANNED
    Hope Baptist Church. C. H.SmithpastorEddie held on Thursday July 27,from .

    Mrs. Beulah Washington, Gilbert,reporter Wells Temple Holiness SODAS 6 fOR49(
    Church with Rev R,S.Johnson -
    2440 NW 63 St., died July 21. Revival is now going on at
    officiating
    Her survivors are husband, Jordan Grove so won't you

    Henry; three sisters Coretta come out tonight and have your ,'}!.. '" ,, "I'.,"' \ .' '. (, ,"i.II"1\- \: '''""' '",.If, ":''U"'Ji'-... :.J\'f.'...&..,:,'!;
    Johnson, Alma Davis and Mil- soul revived. The Rev. W. M. II"...1 i,... I.)' ,q. .!.:\, : ",<\:",,:
    dred Bloom; three brothers Davis Is revival minister.To SALTERS CHAPEL SUNSHINE 'SWEETS :' w'
    Walter, David and Joseph God the sick don's give up Rev H. M. Salmon pastor
    frey. Arrangements are in- put your trust in God. Betty Molant, reporterOur ;

    complete. Sunday School Conven- :SUGAR 5 39C ,

    July 19 23. Our delegateswere

    ; Essie Russ, Kristin ,
    691-7661 Roberson andBetty Molant.ir '
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    TAKE IN LESTER FIRESIDE

    ALBERT VANILLA WAFERSG 29t
    Lester C. Albert owner and
    proprietor of The House of Albert -
    has been taken into the

    i Georgia FuneralService
    Practitioner's Association as
    an honorary member
    Mr, Albert was guest speak-
    erat the association's 42ndan- OLOGj:3k1J *
    nual convention in Augusta re-
    cently. The members were
    so impressed with his speech GALON PLAS JUGMILK
    that they amended the constitution NODEP.
    in order to admit him. 89J.
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    a II gnu Jit QHfurdy! 'unttty I'i)

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    3'n ir I Will Host Leader Of Presbyterianism I'A(


    Dr. Denby, who is also the cial, experimental urban min- the National Council of l

    executive bead of the Presby- istry. The members preparedfor Churches. He and Mrs.Dendy,

    sembly will be the guest terian Board of Christian Education several years to take the who will l be with him duringhis

    preacher a t the New Covenant in Richmond, is servinga step of becoming a congrega- Miami visit, are the par-

    Presbyterian Church this Sunday term as the highest elected tion in the Presbytery of the ents of two children.They wilt !

    July 30, at the 11:00a.m. official of the denomination. Everglades. The Moderator'svisit be accompanied by Dr. Law- /

    service. Formerly pastor of the First to the new church will be rence Bottoms, advisor to the ST. JOHN AME

    Presbyterian Church in Or- a great moment in its history, New Covenant Church in the

    To Appear On National lando, Dr. D e n d y, is known and all friends and membersof denomination's Atlanta office, Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor

    I across the country as a leader the congregation are being and by the Rev.C. F.Thorington -
    in human relations. The denominations Invited to attend. who is piloting the Mod- The Sunday School led under i

    Baptist Convention Program major work in the Dr. Dendy was educated at erator's plane. A reception is direction of Mrs. E. Peters '

    field of race relations is spon- King College and at the Uni- planned in the Church Fellow- Superintendent, will begin, at
    Mrs. Mary 0. Ross, president
    of the National BaptistWomen's sored by his Board. versity of Tennessee, and received ship Hall Immediately following 9:30 a.m. assisted by her able
    his theological degree the morning service. staff of teachers. The 11:00
    Convention, has Fri"r New Covenant,which was from Columbia Seminary. He worship will be conducted by
    selected Miss
    Marie White to
    established as a congregationlast is a past chairman and a mem- The Church is located on the Missionary Society. The
    the of the
    appear on program October, is an inter-ra- ber of the General Board of N. W. 12th Ave., and 43rd St.Men's Willing Workers will sell dinners -
    Convention which will
    conveneon Saturday, at 6500 SW 60th
    September 5-10 in Denver,
    r krM Avenue.
    ,
    Colorado.
    GETHSEMANE BAPTISTRev. 'The Sunday School and
    ,, Miss White will speak Fri- Day At Ebenezer Young Matrons will sell din-

    day morning at 10:30 a.m.Shehas L S. Clark, pastor ners Saturday, at the parson-

    invited the Baptist Wo- Leola McCoy, reporter Methodist Church age, 6461 SW 59th Place, all
    men's Council and the entire
    dinner sales are interest of
    delegation of Florida to accompany Gethsemane Baptist Church
    the Sunday School, delegatesto
    her. has closed a successful anni. ;': the state Tri Meeting will
    This offer to appear on the versary. Over $1,600 was
    : leave Sunday August 6th, and
    National program comes as a raised. The men finally beat will convene at Edward Waters

    reward for long, untiring ser- -.r the women. They are also College Jacksonville.

    vice to the Baptist denomination. planning on preparing a dinnerin service will
    begin
    MISS MARIE M. WHITE ., Evening
    the future. Tho men Just w
    Sunday, at 6:30 p.m. on the
    want to see Mrs. L. McCoy, program will be Mrs. Louise
    TEMPLEThe Mis Tilmon and Mrs. Hail in Beatrice Grant
    Mrs.
    ST, JAMES AME Thomas, ,
    aprons. Mrs. Cora Anderson, Mrs. C.
    Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor No. 2 Choir, Mrs. B. The No. 2 Choir sang out of Willis, Mrs. Rose Turner,

    Joseph R. Marshall, reporter Hunter, president, and Their souls when Mrs. Katie Rev. Sister White, Mrs. Rosa

    Charles Ambrose, director, McCoy Duncan was at the piano McGriff and others.

    This is the 5th Sunday and will sponsor a program Sun and organ.. Choir rehearsals begin at 8

    the Missionary Society will be day at 3:30 p.m., featuring Gethsemane Baptist p.m. Wednesday andThursday

    in charge of services. Please their "Hog-Killing Rally." Church is in a great revival nights, the Junior Church

    make this a must to keep us Friends are Invited to come with Rev. G. W. Phillip of Ft. meets Saturday afternoon,

    in our work of mission.We and enjoy the fun. Lauderdale preaching. Come
    --- 5:30 p.m. Mrs. Eunice M
    are very proud of our Chairman Deacon G. W. hear this great man. JIMMIE CHATMON EUGENE FRANCISfifth 5:30 p.m. Mrs Eunice Me-
    outstanding youth of 1967. Hepburn, and cochairman -
    Gahee director. Friends
    First place trophy went to Deacon A. J. Hanna are Rev. C. H. Baskins and his Men's Day at Ebenezer sixth, seventh,and eighth are
    always welcome to worship at
    Miss Charlyce Woods, second counting the days before Men's congregation are in the pro- Methodist Church will feature graders. .
    St. John.
    Avis White and third GeorgieAnn Day. Two weeks from Sunday cess of building a new church. two young dynamic leaders of The evening speaker, ((7:30

    Coffee. will be the time.The loyal men Everyone is cordialy invited. Miami's Negro community, p.m.) Jimmie Chatmon is the

    We were blessed to have in of Temple are doing all In their Sunday, July 30. Director of the Southern
    tour mist Presiding Elder, power to make this their day Sylvester Jones, Jr., and Christian Leadership Conference CHRIST EPISCOPALFa.
    Miss Robbie Kay Daily will Dr. Johnny L. Jones prin- for the Miami area. Mr.
    Rev. J. A. Roberts with us last to be remembered. The women ,
    Friday and Sunday on his third say they will march all the spend their vacation in Perry, cipal of the soon-to-be completed Chatmon, a contemporary of Elisha Clarke, Jr., vicar

    Quarterly Conference visit. way with the men and will see Florida. Sylvester will visit Charles Drew Junior Dr. Martin Luther King, is a

    There were very fine reportson that they put it over bigger than her father and grandmother High School is the 11:00 a.m. Morehouse College graduate. The church is now busily

    Friday night from the ever. Their motto Is, "Counton Mr. Sylvester Jones, Sr. Miss speaker. He is now in the midstof The theme for Men's Day is, preparing for,their Tenth An-
    Robbie Dailey will be the house establishing first Middle "The Christian Challenge of
    boards and clubs of the church. Me. niversary and celebration of
    Hospitality Club presents a The Men's Day social committee guest of her god parents Mr. School in Dade County. Even- Today's Men in an Ever- their Patronal Festival. We

    Fashion Show Tea" on their will sponsor a "Trip and Mrs. Jace Williams. tually Drew will accommodate Changing World." will begin our celebration with

    20th Anniversary this 5th Sun- Around the World" on Friday, Solemn High Mass, sermon

    day, at 4:00 p.m. in the church August 4. Bus will leave the and procession, Sunday, Au-

    auditorium. church at 7:30: p.m. Men's Day A Success MT. CALVARYRev. gust 6, the feast of the trans-
    Coming in August the August Returning from their visit figuration, at 10:45 a.m. The

    -ites Calendar Club pre- to Nassau last week were Mrs. Samuel Atchison, pastor Rev H. E. S. Reeves will be
    sents H e a v e n Bound in the Hester Gray and Mrs. Louise at Mt. HarMoN the Deacon of the mass and

    church auditorium, August 11, Deleveaux. Miss Elsie Doug- The Mt. Calvary Youth are preacher.

    at 8:00 p.m. las, pianist and assistant secretary From the tap of the bell in Church." To end the great in full preparation for their Wednesday, August 9, anni-

    You are always welcome to returned this week.All Sunday School to the benedic- preaching that went on in all forth coming Youth Day Anni versary Picnic, at Haulover

    the friendly church. report a very pleasant stay. tion of the evening services, the services, the Rev. A. D. versary. Their work stressesthe Beach. The bus will leave the

    l Mrs. Irene Brown will be the it was a real Men's Day at Mt. Brooks came with a messageon ambitions which they havein church, at 10:00 a.m. Thurs-

    speaker. Hermon last Sunday. "Trees for God." trying to reach their satis- day, August 10, Anniversary

    MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. The pastor and members of There was also a great feast factory goal, Dinner Dance at the Police
    the church take this method
    prepared by the wonderful wo- The director oftheboys, Benevolent Association Hall
    \ ,
    Cleo express our gratitude to all of men of Mt. Hermon. Sister Jackson has
    Albury, pastor Everyonewho Mary a variety 15100 NW 27th Ave., at 8:00
    Patricia Austin, reporterDo NEW HOPE the lovely people who did SO attended had a great re- of plans in store.Saturday p.m. $5.00 per person. Prin-
    much to make our day a great
    you know what a"Pretty past.We night, July 29,the boys are cipal speaker will be the Rev.
    Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor success. Also we must thank are also grateful to all sponsoring a tour. The priceis Theodore
    is R. Gibson rector of
    Aren't
    Tea" ? curious -
    Cup
    you Mary L. Mayfield,reporter the chairman, Brother E. the boards and clubs of the $1.00 per person. Christ
    to find I lout? The Usher Epsicopal Church,
    Bailey, and the co-chairman, church who made fine The and
    girls their
    director
    Board of the Mt. Sinai Baptist Revival services are being reports.We Coconut Grove.
    Brother S. Nesbitt.These men wish that both the chairman Sis. Clara Love
    held nightly July 24 28 at ,are plan
    Church is sponsoring this won- ,
    went all out to bring up the financial could have been winners but ning a You
    Social
    derful tea, Sunday, July 30, at our church. Rev. R. W. Williams Teen-age ,August are always welcome to
    side of the .
    of Hopewell Baptist of program.The both could not be. So one had 4. all of the services and activi-
    4:00 p.m., in the annex of the
    Rev. J. Benjamin Black- to be the victor and it the Our ties at
    the
    church. prizes will be given Pompano is conducting the was youth are really striving Transfiguration
    for the prettiest cup, so make services. nell gave a wonderful messageon co-chairman, Brother Sanford to be a success.Though it's;I: where you will be greeted with
    .
    the subject, "Crises in the Nesbitt.So based
    on a a Christian
    girl versus boy warmth.GREATER .
    yours the best. A wonderful Let's not forget Women'sDay
    It all ended in a blaze of foundation, they are working
    program has been preparedfor is approaching. We must
    you. Donation $1.00.A work together for its' success. FRIENDSHIPRev. glory with tte total for the day together with the help of the
    being $4,580.70. Please let wonderful Mt.
    The pastor, officers, and J. E.JenkinspastorRuby Calvary mem-
    press box has been made everyone feel free to come at bers.
    members of the church wish to L. Carr reporterOur
    NEWMACEDONIA
    ,
    for all announcements. It is any time and Join with us at the Cynthia Johnson is reporter.
    extend their deepest sympathyto
    located in the church's office. "Biggest Little Church in
    the family of the late Mrs. pastor, family and the "
    Please all Town.
    place
    announce
    Maudell James, who was a entire membership of Friendship Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
    ments in the box. Rev Samuel L. is
    Gay
    member of this church.At this Baptist wish to thank pas- MT. OLIVE BAPTIST
    Our delegates are back from writing, funeral arrangementsare everyone who helped to make oor. The pastor wish to thank

    the Florida East Coast Sunday Incomplete.The our pastor's anniversary a Rev. K. E. Rogers,pastor each and everyone who accompanied
    School and Rantlst Training Junior Usher Board will complete success. We also him to New Shiloh MB
    Union Convention. The dele- sell dinners 29 BAHA'IS OF We had Church, on last Tuesday night
    I Saturday,July wish to thank the many donors MIAMI good services day ,
    .gates from the Baptist Train- at the home 6f Mrs. Bernice w'ko donated for our softball Sunday Our prayer service to render services for Rev.A.

    ling Union will give their re- Pearson, 1090 NW 39th Street. equipment.. We now have a Miss Betty Keogan, membero will begin July 24 27. M. Griffin and congregation.

    :ports the 5th Sunday, July 30. You may call 643-4072toplace. softball team and this make the Spiritual Assembly of Friday night the pastor and

    Mrs. A. L. Blackshear, Direc your order. our youths very happy.We the' B a ha'is of Mhml, will members will attend Second "Operation Youth Day" is

    tress. The Deaconess Board will want our members and speak, at 8:00: p.m., Sunday, Baptist Church in Richmond being displayed by Br Johnny

    ,, Let us continue to pray for also sell dinners, Saturday, friends to know 0111 church bus July 30, at 137 NW 11th Ave. Heights. Nixson and the Youth' Depart-

    our sick and shut-ins.BrotherL. July 29, at the church, 6600 operates on the same route and Her subject will be: "Can Human Monday, July 31, preaching ment in behalf of their Fifth

    Williams who Is InJackson NW 15th Ave., ph. 6967745. you ride to and from church Nature Change?" will begin. Our revival will Annual Youth Day,Sunday,August

    Memorial Hospital, Sister E. Please remember our sick The public Is cordially invited be supervised by Rev. D. A. 13. Plan now to attend this

    Drayton and Katie Youngblood and shut.in members with free.Our get well wishes to all to attend and discuss this Bradley of Mt. Carmel. Ask- unusual and elaborate day with

    : who are recuperating. prayer. of our members who are ill. subject ing everyone to come. the youth department in complete '
    charge of the services

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    THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 28, 1967 17


    Sunday School and Training Sf. MARY'S W. M. NEW PROVIDENCE DRAKE MEMORIAL '

    I Come one come all, to the Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor 'Rev. Jarius W Dunn, pastorOn

    i Union Congress- SuccessfulThe program Ways and Means sponsored, Sunday by July the Sis. Arsula Edwardsreporter last weekGildaKnowles,

    36th annual session of Frazier, Star of Bethlehem; by the Revs. Ernest William.I 30, at 3:30 p.m. If you miss Ministers and Deacons Sharron Williams and Mrs. J,

    the Sunday School and B. T.U. second, Dianne Dames, St. and H. W. Moss. this program you will miss a Union working under the juris- W. Dunn attended the Ninth Annual -

    Congress of the Atlantic Coast James; third,Linda Gardiner, In the Sunday School contest treat of your life. diction of Seaboard Baptist S e s s Ion of the District
    Association of Florida, Rev. Sunday School and B. T. U,
    Association convened Freewill We
    Baptist Temple was first and New Mt. were very happy tohave
    July 11-16 with the Ebenezer Intermediate Division: Zion second. Mrs. Mary Adderly our Senior W. H. Edwards, moderator,to Training Union.

    Baptist Church, West Palm First Leanora Minns, New A substantial amount was Class Teacher of the Sun convene with the Bethel Mis- Mrs Dunn was one of the

    Beach, Rev. J, A. King, pas- Mt. Zion; second, Rita Moss, raised and sent to Florida day School back with us from, sionary Baptist Church, 22SW Instructors at the Congress
    6th Avenue, Dania, Florida, which met at Ft Pierce, and
    third
    Temple Ethel vacation.
    ; Flnleyof Memorial CollegeSt.
    tor.Three Augus- Rev. W. H. Edwards she t uCbt"on
    sessions were held Mt. Zion and Sherryl Silas of tine, and to Jordan Memorial You are invited to attend the pastor, the subject:
    July 27-30. "Music In Christian Edu-
    dally with districtSuperintendent Temple. School, Nassau Bahamas.Mrs. Popularity Contest betweenthe
    ,
    The members of Choir No. 2 cation". This was the first
    Deacon Charles Gibson Senior Division, (original) M. McCartney of Sunday School Teachers on
    and District President K. first, Earlin Humes, Mt. Oli- Freewill Baptist was elected Sunday, July 30, at 9:30 a.m. will 30 sponsor a program on July time a course in music was
    In
    our evening worship. taught at this
    Trottie presiding.The vette; second Pauline Moss, first vice-president of the B. Teachers are Mrs Adele congress
    They are asking the On afternoon at
    teachers were the Rev.. Temple; third,Celeste Elbert, T. U. Department. All other Bethel Nursery Class, Mr. tion of the church. Visitors coopera- the Sunday will echoes 5:30:
    are delegates
    I. C. Mickins,Rev E. M. Mon- Mt. Zion. officers retained their seats. Freddie Bryant, Sr., Primary give
    always welcome. from the
    roe, Miss Edwina Lord, Mrs. Solo Division: First, Miss The Congress will meet at Class, Miss Maxine Major, Congress. You are
    at invited to attend this
    Prayer
    Roberta Jackson and Mrs. M, Margaret King, Ebenezer: Mt. 01ivetteMiaml, Rev. I.C.. Pre JuniorClass, Mrs.Bertha meeting Tuesday service.
    8 p.m. Let us not forget to at- Don't forget to help Deacon
    Gibson. The Rev. I. W. Hep- second Althea Hepburn,of New Mickins, pastor, next year. Adderly, Senior Class, Rev. tend. Perkins and Deacon
    Green
    burn of Star of Bethlehem,was Bethel; third, Marsha Bakerof Gladstone Hunter, Sr., Adult
    Consecration hour of with the sale on Saturday.The
    the devotional speaker, and Mt. Zion. Class. All members of the prayer
    ANTIOCH from this sale
    CHOIR each Sunday morning at 5 a m. proceeds are for
    Miss Prescilla Duncansonwas Dr. I. G. Pratt was in chargeof Sunday School that have Glean
    Let us continue in for our July rally. You may call
    the educational speaker her Missionary Department PRESENTS MUSICAL ers, please return them to prayer
    the sickandshutinsandfamilies the church at 7519979.Let .
    Thursday night Sunday at 3 p.m. & LITERARY TEA your teacher Sunday.
    who are bereaved. us continue to for
    ,. ,. pray
    In the Baptist Hour conducted --- Choir No. 2 will sing Sun-
    \ \ ., our sick and shut-insYouare
    by Mrs. I. C. Mickins, Mt. The Junior Choirs of New ;. .. day morning and Choir No. 1 always welcome to visit withus

    Zion won the trophy Bethel, Miami and New Mt. "" p'Y \ will sing Sunday night. at our services.
    CHOIR
    The annual oratorical and Zion, Homestead motored to I ': Let us continue to pray and CELEBRATES 17THANNTVFRSARY

    solo contest which is of '. visit our sick and shut-ins.
    one the meeting and rendered ser- Rev L C, Mickins, pastor
    the top features of the con- vice, and the Templeites went Visitors are always wel- ST. LUKE
    The No. 2 Choir of Mt. Oli-
    gress, was on Friday night. from Miami Thursday and' come at St. Mary's.
    vette
    j Each of the contestants gave Sunday to play their part. The 17th Baptist, celebrates their Rev. P. W, Williams, pastor

    ! a good account of himself.The local choirs took care of the anniversary beginning The Male Chorus of the St.
    , n n this Friday night:, July 28, at Luke M. Church is
    winners in Junior Division welcome program. Challenging j'I" ALLEN B. present-
    CHAPEL AME
    were: First prize, Victoria messages were delivered 8:00 p.m. and closing out Sunday ing; a Musical Program after

    Rev. F. D. Wright,pastor afternoon, July 30, at 3:30 the evening service this Sun-

    Sis. Fannie S.Gaddy,reporter p.m. The president Deacon J. day, July 30, Everyone is cor-
    CHURCH OFTHEINCARNATION LIBERTY CITY Hodges and the members of the dially invited to attend.

    CHURCH OF CHRISTF. ,.'''l, Sunday, July 30, is Mission- choir are trying hard to make The women of St. Luke are in
    ary Day. We have as our guest this their greatest anniver- preparation for their annual'
    Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear, vicar speakers. sary. At this time all past presidents The of
    L. Thompson, minister I Rev. Bessie Jack- women St. Luke are in
    T. S. Holmes reporter lA son, the 11:00 a.m. service. will be honored. The preparation for their annual
    This Sunday, Jjly 30, is our Service program will feature various Women's
    MRS. MILDRED PINCKNEYThe begin at 730; p.m. Day, which will be
    annual parish picnic at Cran- Hundreds of with the Rev. Maggie Greene. choirs and talents of the city, the 4th Sunday in October.Din-

    don park There will be no to attend young the peopleare No. 1 Choir of Antioch The public is Invited to attend along with the very fine talentsof ners will be on sale each Sun,
    expected Cityof
    11:00 service nor Sunday Fort Lauderdale this week Baptist Church will present its 1 both services. our church. We humbly ask day after the morning servicein

    School. Following the 8:00 J for the Third Annual Statewide annual Musical and LiteraryTea The pastor is asking all the full support of our mem- behalf of Women's Day.

    service cars and busses will !Youth 27-30 at on Sunday, July 30, at the 'Trustees and Stewards to meet bers and friends in making this Deacon Floyd Davis is pre-

    depart for Pit No. 6, where it the Golden Meeting, July Church, of beautiful and spacious home of him. at the church,at 6:30p.m. program a success. sident of the Male Chorus,

    is hoped fun will be had by all. Heights Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Waters, July 30.When. The Male Chorus will be the Mrs. Annie Sullivan, General
    Christ 2500 NW 15th Ct. All
    The following week we shall 3021 NW 67th Street, at 4:00 you pray rememberthe guest of the House of Albert Chairman of Women's Day and
    interested
    resume our regular scheduleof welcome to attend young this people meeting.Our are. p.m. The main event of the affair I sick, shut-ins and bereaved Sunday morning, July 30, at Rev P. W. Williams, is pastor -
    8:00 and 11:00 Mass with will be the inspirational families 9:30: a.m.,. on station WMBM, ,

    Sunday School at 9:30. local meeting at the address to be delivered by -.. .--

    This Friday evening, July |Liberty City church will close Mrs. Mildred Pinckney.She Is

    28 at 7:00 the 50 child Thursday night.: one of Antioch's active mem- ... .
    ,
    p.m [f. 'G".1'1" : ..
    ciHlkg'ja't! I.A" :wi"
    Since this is the Umo of ', .. ? :i 'm""*' i' ." ''Wrj'
    year ,
    .
    . ,
    ren in our Vacation Church bers and Is well known'in the ,',' > i'i\ "I..u tiiIt..kjI; ; > III. J' ::""' .f: ,1
    School will have their closing most people take their vacations religious and civic circles. n.ir
    we all members: : t'1 ; ": l'
    I urge :51MPSON'S"'MIRKE:1i
    !I
    exercises. All parents and There will also be other out- 4i
    and friends to be carefulon :
    very ;
    friends are invited. Thanks go standing personalities presentto : "
    to staff for such the roads and highways. render musical and literary ;( :
    our loyal doing r :
    a wonderful job. Sis. FloyzellWilliamnplans selections. i: : :., 1466 NW 62 ST: ,

    Last Sunday the congregation to; leave the city for a short The tea committee Mrs
    vacation. She is asking that the
    Lois Waters Chiarman has
    received a gift of $300 ,
    from St. Cecelia's Choir for 'Christians remember her in promised an enjoyable event j;, Free
    their :Y Delivery 696,5711ASu.
    our building fund. This on top prayers. and extends a cordial invitation ,' "

    of the ECW's earlier gift of Visit the church that makes to the public. Mr. WillieJ. I" '" '( ',itt I 'd f', I ,,i. "ia v',.' : '. L' ,..... v",',' ,"

    $2,100 gives us a good begin- you feel at home Robinson is the presidentand

    ning! Thanks go to all who Rev.. P, W. Wiggins, pas-

    gave. tor.

    And this brings us around to NEW BETHANY -,-- -- CHICKEN WINGS 3LBS. $1.00

    thinking of the States Tea -- j REV. F. L. Carter, pastor
    this year scheduled for October FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE

    15th. Sue the date! The Gold Coast Missionary

    1 Baptist Association's Minis-
    ters and Deacons Union will Rev W. M. Davis, pastor BAMBY BREAD LOAVES E29
    NEW MT. MORIAH
    holdi sessionhere,July 2730. Donella Turner, reporter

    Rev. A. L. Shipp,pastor i Our pastor, Rev. F. L.Carteris
    Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporter : moderator. We're Invitingyou Begining Monday night July

    The No. 1 Choir sincerely to join in with us in our 24 thru 28, the pastor will con- BRISKET. STEW BEEF LB. 45i(
    duct revival services at Jor-
    union.
    this
    appreciates each and everyonewho services in
    dan Grove Baptist in Liberty
    Is
    participated and attended Our local program
    their Crownedfor Thursday night, at 7:30,regu- City, Rev. C. H.Smith,pastor. !:I'.::!: '::!,.( ';'\" ',ri : .., ":, '. ;'.:,t\ .',"not'l\; ;\ ,. / f f1 "" 1'Cf.>,;t,
    anniversary > ;
    : :
    rl\: ) 1' ," 'if h '
    4th all : ; '
    August "
    Friday night, "i.1-: : :
    lar dally services, and nightly : <
    the highest
    queen, raising
    amount Mrs. M, Manning; services at 7:30.' Rev. J. C. members are asked to meet at !SMOKED BACON iSS, 49tFRESH

    King Mr. J. Walker. Nelson will preach the con- the ,church for General Conference ( P

    Prayer meeting tonight cluding sermon on Sunday -
    We hope that all our visitors
    (Thursday) at 8:00p.m. Please evening, at 2:30. Dinners and I
    will worship with us again,you FLA.
    will be available i

    revival mark your which calendar will begin for with our for refreshments everyone. In for have We a wish warm the welcome.sick a speedy MILK99PURITY ([EGGS s $1.00 '

    prayer meeting, August 2nd at Let us continue prayer

    8:00 p.m. preaching will begin our boys in the armed forces, recovery.

    Monday night after the first and for the sick and shut-Ins. SMOKED .

    Sunday. KED SAUSAGE /& r
    Our pastor and both dele- MT. CARMELOur F $,! sCDRR'S

    gates returned safe from the

    Sunday School Congress in Ft. GREATER ST.. LUKE evening' message was
    delivered by our own Rev. E.
    Pierce, they expressed an inspiring Rev.0. Taylor,pastor Richardson, the No. 1 Choir
    and enjoyable con- :
    sang. FRANKS3I,99!

    gress. Sunday morning, at 11:00 Don't forget Sunday after-

    a.m. regular Mission Day will noon, at 2:00p.mr: we will celebrate

    be observed. The King Belairs our 2nd annual Grand
    ZION HOPE
    will render the song service. mother's Eve, a t the church,

    Rev. Paul Freennn, pastor Wednesday evening weekly we are saying to you come and r

    Sis. E. Jackson, reporter prayer service at 8:00 p.m. be with us. Sister Nancy Wil. BUTTER BALL SPECIAL !

    There will be a Musical pro Sunday evening, atSjOOp.m. liams is the sponsor, We will
    B.T.U. followed by evening also have a GrandmothersMarch
    : gram Sunday evening from
    : 3:30 to 6:30 sponsored by the worship at 6:30 p.m. so join in with us. 14-ITEMS $9.77s
    be an after ser-
    ' There will Remember the sick and
    in-
    No. 2 Choir, everyone is
    .1' vited. vice musical program Sunday shut-Ins and those who have

    ' night given in behalf of the 6th lost their loved ones. Pray for "
    There will be a program
    j' annual Men's Day. the boys in Viet Nam. .
    Tuesday night after prayer


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    18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 28,1967

    ifili. o", ..... .. .. "'" ...... .....
    L. Thomas Was
    Ih Y -" ""I"i;". Open Letter to Citizens of Mrs. Effie

    ....r.D.' 'ERDAL.E T EMp O.LA.U Fort Lauderdale Prominent Eastern Star :

    ,
    jf, ways remembered her oath

    Dear Citizens of Ft. Lauder- riding answer-the only answer and obligations in her Eastern
    .' BY PORTERM. DAVIS, JR. I
    dale: is that discipline begins in the Star work. When the local Secretary -
    home. You say that you have of the Eastern Star was

    Last weekend a number of Lauderdalians returned home As an interested citizen in raised decent, self-respecting notified of the death of sister

    from vacationing throughout the U. S. among those returningwere all aspects of life in the United families who have no part in Thomas the necessary con-
    the Charles B. Mortons who motored to the Peach state, States in general and Ft. Laud- the hoodlumism now running tacts were made with the Na-

    Georgia, Tennesee and North Carolina, While in NorthCaro- erdale in particular, I, Levi rampant throughout this country tional Headquarters and a
    lina the Mortons visited Bennett College inGreensboro where Henry, Jr., have ,decided it is I speak to you and beg of check for $300 was imme-
    1 Pamela will be attending in the fall. Pam is a 67 Spring grad about time some Informationof you to turn your energies to -I\ diately sent to her son Ray-
    from Nova High. Rev.and Mrs. Samuel George and their which I am personally aware the neighborhood in which you ,Y'"' i if mond Huff her beneficiary.

    daughter have returned from a trip to South Carolina visiting should be made available to the live to the supervisor or International Masons

    friends and relatives.Samuel W.George,Jr., a student at Nova public at large. By what rightdo councilman you helped to 0' and Huray the order of Eastern Stars
    High School expanded his trip to include Expo "67" in Mon I take it upon myself,to be elect. Prejudice! and hate have f is of the few organizationsof
    one
    treal, Canada. The Ellis Millers of Fort Lauderdale's globe so presumptuous?I believe my no place in our dally lives and ,J t'
    its kind which at
    pays once
    troting included California, Mexico, Montreal, Canada's Expo opening sentence answers this most assuredly they have no all international and
    "67." Terry Rogers is back home after two weeks of vaca- most eloquently. I am an interested place in government offices. masons
    If have heard time and Mrs. Effie L. Thomas of 637 stars throughout Broward and
    tioning in Augusta, Georgia. citizen. If this not be as we
    reason enough, I am a young time again, the only way to NW 14th Terrace who passed Dade County. The organizationgave
    Negro who desires to raise his erase prejudice and hate is away July 3, 1967 will long be full honor of duties to
    The public is invited to attend a private auction at the Con- children in an atmosphere of through education then I firmly remembered by her relativesand their beloved sister. The
    tempora Galleries located 2170 Southeast 17th Street Grand Master of
    Detroit
    Cause- Supreme
    many friends. As one of -
    task is
    freedom. Freedom not for one, believe our to begin
    way. Sunday, July 30th, viewing from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. The but freedom for all. educating our city officials. her sisters in Eastern Stars Michigan was pleased to
    auction from 5:00 to 8:00p.m.Original painting and know that all duties
    sculpture. For as we know our city phrased it"we have lost a very were performed -
    This project is a benefit and is sponsored under the auspices I have a few questions I fathers have not always been dear and Christian friend who in order.

    of the U.J.A. Emergency Fund for the people of Israel. would ask each of you and hopeI tactful, not have they shown was always loyal and stead-
    could find sincere, soul- fast in all her duties." Sister i Thomas served as
    much foresight in handling
    The Allen Orrs of Fort Lauderdale motored this week to the searching answers. I have president of the missionat
    much talked about Expo"67.:' They will spend two weeks tour- asked these same questions ofmyself problems confronting our city, She was a member of the Peaceful Zion Church and
    ing in the New York, New England area. and have my answers. especially the Negro commun- Peaceful Zion Baptist Church the oldest marshall of the
    Whether they agree with yoursor ity. whose minister is Rev. W. J. chapter of Princesses Helta

    Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Young of Fashions by Liz and model not is of little significanceafter Only the exceptional child is Jackson. Mrs. Effie L. Huff Chapter No. 79 she issurvivedby
    Mrs. Zelma Holloway journeyed to Atlanta, Georgia on last all we do live in a De- able to pull himself from the Thomas became a member of her two sons Raymond and
    Friday. The purpose of the trip was to stage a jewelry show mocracy. The importance of muck and mire of the slums the International Masons and George Huff and one sister,
    which was held at the Region Hattan House. The trip was a these questions lies not in the andbecome anassettohis Eastern Stars in 1958. She Mrs. Luvator Kendrik of 2118
    success in that Mrs.Young was able to make valuable business simplicity of complexity of the family and community anda served until her death and al- Palmetto. Street, Tampa.

    contacts while there. Mr. Young is away InJamacia for a few answers but rather in the pride to himself. The vast
    days of mixing business with pleasure. The Young's Jewelryand relevance to which you as an majority continue to dwell in r Heads
    Fashion ReVue is scheduled for the second week in Augustto individual believes or prac- the squalor and filth in which Carver Miamian
    be held in Jessup and Waycross, Georgia. tices them in the most urban they were born, become
    aspects of your daily lives. troublesome, disheartened, InternationalRailway
    What do of jaded individuals before they RancheNews s
    Mrs. Elouise Huff of 840 Northwest 19th Terrace wishes to you expect your
    I thank the many friends and acquaintances for their cards and self? What do you expect of reach their twenties and raise
    condolences during the funeral services held for Mrs. Effie your fellow citizens? What do their families in the same con-
    Lee Thomas. you expect of your municipal ditions of overcrowding, dirt,
    government? As a tax paying filth and ignorance under By Walter Bow AuxiliaryThe

    The Elks of Ft. Lauderdale boasts another fun-filled Fri- citizen what do you expect of which they grew.All guidance ladies auxiliary to the
    day night again this weekend when Mark Strong sponsors a the police department?It is my begins at homewithin the The South Broward Post No. International Association of
    dance which promises to be a good one. firm belief that before you can family unit-and extends to 8195 will hold a special meet- Railway Employees, ended
    Registration for the Northwest Branch YMCA August Sum- expect anything of anyone else school, church and the com ing Sunday, July 30, at 6 p.m. their years work with a baby
    mer Fun Club which begins August 1st is now open. The fun you must not only expect but munity at large. With our city All members are expected at contest with little April Mel-
    packed program includes a trip to Pirates World,All kids nightat demand much of yourself. Asa fathers so steeped in pre- the post home at 4816 Pem- ton" as winner and "Joseph
    the Ft. Lauderdale Yankee Stadium. A session at the live citizen you are responsiblefor judicei, hate and distrustadda broke Rd. West Hollywood. Stewart" as runnerup.The .
    Mountain Dew Dance Party at the YMCA broadcast over WRBD. your family, your neighbor group, or two or twenty Saturday, July 29, is the last
    your city, your county. I groups of teenagers steeped day for our summer registration following persons attended -
    Civic Leaders have been chosen by 1967 United Fund Cam- have express my, desire tpv with the same' pre justices, period at post 8195, vet- the national conventionheld
    paign Chairman Robert C. Abel, Jr., to reorganize the UF of raise my children in freedom; hatesThd* same distrtfstful- erans that served overseasare in Chicago, Ill July 15-
    Broward County campaign. Mrs. Marietta Benevento as vice- I do not consider It a generality -' ness. And you've got trouble. eligible for membership 19. Mrs. Docia Howell, Mrs.
    chairman, Emerson Allsworth as Personnel vicechairmanand to add that I believe this to The teenagers of whom I in the Veterans of Foreign Clarice Carnegay, Mrs. Vir-
    James D. Camp Jr., as Agency coordinator. Mayor Ed be the wish of each of you. speak we must also add not Wars of the United States. ginia Bennett, Mrs. Susie Mc-
    Stack, Thomas J. Walker and Ben Salter will unite to conduct However, perhaps many of us only hatred for the'other'but Wars of the United States.Sat Murray, Mrs. Sallie Johnson
    and coordinate campaigns in the North,Central and South Bro need to realize that freedom also hatred for his"own." urday night,, July 29, is veterans and grand daughter Melenia,
    ward respectively. Other key posts which have been filled are: carries far more personal re- Hatred for his neighbor who wives night, veterans, Mrs. Lorenzo Mongin and
    Major Firms Division, Karl E. Madden, Management Consul- sponsibilities than some have did not pull himself from the don't forget to bring you wife grand daughter Kathy.
    tant; Finances and Services Division, James H. Collins, Jr., the fortitude to withstand. slum, hatred that is the cata- this Saturday night at the post
    President, American National Bank; Construction DivisionG. Freedom for ones self cannotbe lyst that starts the chain reaction home.
    Fred Collins, Jr., President, Collins Construction Core: Pro- achieved by Ignoring or riding of destruction and disre- Robbie L. Brayboy is Com-
    fessional Division, Francis K. Buckley, Ft.Lauderdale attor- slipshod over the freedomsof gard for law and order. It is mander and James Wiggins
    ney; and Public Employees Division, F. R. (Jack)Humphries, others. never more true than in such Adjutant.
    Broward County Commissioner. gangs that "honor among Lodge No. 81 of the Grand
    Our system of government thieves" is the first and only United Order of Pall Bearers
    The Central Administration offices of the Economic Oppor- has been so established to protect commandment. They are will meet, Wednesday night,

    tunity Coordinating Group have moved i'to the United Fund the rights of all throughout spurred on or Idly watched by August 2, a 8:00p.m. Mr.
    Bldg. located 1300S. Andrews A v e n u e, Ft.Lauderdale.Their city, county, state and na- the adults from their commun- Steverson of West Palm Beach i
    mailing address and phone number remain the same P.O. tional offices. The primary ity and protected by you and I will be present. All membersare
    Box 22209 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33315 --- 5227458.The issue I have in mind at pre- by our J juvenile protectionlaws. asked to be present at the

    sent is the protection of the Every citizen, even the home of Mrs. A. 0. Henderson .i
    Migrant Child Care Center has been rights of all the citizens of
    Ft.
    accepted as a Unit- delinquent, has his rights, but of 3840 SW 25th St. West
    ed Fund Agency. Jack L. Moss is the new director of the Lauderdale. You and I have how much longer can we watch Hollywood.

    Broward County Welfare Department. Office Manager of seen fit in our municipal and this element rule our city? Mrs. Corleen Anderson is ,
    the Ft. Lauderdale office of United Fund is Bob Casto -- Welcome county government structureto and ij;
    When and where do we say this secretary Mrs. A.0. Hen ._-- ... j
    The Aftercare is for office leave the of
    program looking space. If protection our must halt? derson president.
    you have some give us a call. Mary Smith a visiting teacher property to the police and Everone is invited to go on During the convention Mrs.
    is at home after her in the sheriffs At the Docia Howell was elected pre
    recuperating stay hospital, but departments. When do we realize that education a one-day sightseeing tour of
    doesn't expect to be back to work for a time. same time that we have so em- is the answer? As vet- Key West on August 12. Two sident of the national body..

    powered these departments we erans of previous wars and fathers buses will leave Macedonia
    also "tied their hands." In an Baptist Church 2201 This pre-registration does
    of boys now in Viet Nam, SW 48th
    effort to protect our juvenileswe Ave. at 6 and not assure entrance to
    can we in good conscience allow am, will return Child
    Help Support Yovr YMCABY have put our law enforce- these boys to return froman the same day. The fare is$6.00 Care Center.
    ment officers in the awk-
    very area torn with strife, destruction You may call Mrs. A. 0.Hen-
    SUBSCRIBING TO wark position of standing help- and guerillawarfare dersoa, 983-2856; Dt. Mrs. Faye Marsh, Director.
    lessly by as mobs and gangs
    to a beloved country, the Redd, 922-2022; Dt. Charlie
    rb.ll T1'A !-. of young teenagers reek havoc old hometown torn with the James, 927-2776; Dt. Bowe's
    .ij mf p.'t JmfThe and destruction on private and same strife, destruction and Barber Shop, 983-9613. MIAMI TIMES:
    public property with the full
    guer111a-warfare directed at ADVERTISERSAppreciate
    knowledge that nothing can be Dear Parents:
    them this time byabandofunruly
    Northwest! Branch YMCA gets $1.00 from done unless they are actually unlawful teenagers? At- your business.
    caught t h r owing the rock The Carver They are courteous and
    every subscription sold in Broward County. what point do we say"provide Ranches Child
    bottle or brick.ask you fellow Care Center will re-open this dependable. Support theml!
    for all of ourcitizens i today
    citizens, how much longer can that their children fall. If you have a child between
    may pro-
    Start Your Subscription Today. our city or any other watch vide for themselves and ours the ages of three and six and

    such wanton destruction take in the future?" you are a working parent and CENTER VILLAKINDERGARTEN
    place? Where do our children Interested in placing your
    Name first learn consideration for child in a Child Care Center,
    the rights and properties of OPENING SOON register your name at the Car 5861 NW 17th AVENUE

    Address others? Where do they hear the ver Ranches Fire House, 4350 CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT
    City do's and don'ts of living in a SNYDER'SBARBER SW 21st Street, West Holly LUNCHES

    civilized community? Wheredo SHOP wood, Sunday, August 6,between PICK-UP SERVICE
    t Stat. they learn they are not always 6711 NW 15th Avenue the hours of 1:00: p.m.
    right, that youth has DO and 5:00 p.m. REGISTER NOW
    automatic exemption from the David Snyder, Prop. The 691-7796
    purpose ot this OR 6963302Mrs.
    Enclose $5.00 and mail to Northwest Branch YMCA, Andrew Strom an pre-
    Lauderdole Fla. 33311. rules all adults are obliged to registration Is to determinehow R. E.
    408 NW 14th T rr., Ft. Barber Copeland, Sup.II .
    and most adults try to obey? many families need child
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    THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 28, 1967 19



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    BY DR. RAMAN VASHI

    Hindu Prlut from Bombay, India, Fellow ofThtotophlcal i
    Society (England), Astrologer,
    and Yogi.


    YOUR HINDU SYSTEM ZODIAC SIGN READING FROM FRIDAY
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    JULY 28 THRU AUGUST 3, 1967.

    ARIES (moon sign) The 28th and 29th are good dates for
    making plans In matters of romance, finances and emotional
    situations concerning your spouse -- all of these plans should s
    take place before August 6. Your health and wages are nor-
    mal. Students and fair sex should have dates the 28th and 29th: San Antonio,Tex.__Airman
    or you will wait a longtime.Your lucky numbers 1,7, and 10. Willie Grant, Jr., son of Mrs.
    Vernell Grant of 1242 SW Se- G.I r"a'L.d
    TAURUS (moon sign) You have no worries andean do worthwhile cond Street, Homestead, has n
    shopping the 30th and 31st. Your children may be Ir been selected for technical
    camp. Students can be on campus having a good time and doing training at Lackland AFB,
    some summer studies. Try something speculative on the 30Ui Tex., as a U.S. Air Force air
    or 31st if at your birth Saturn is favorable. Lucky numbers policeman.The .

    2, 4, 6, 8, and 12.
    airman recently com- d
    basic at Lack-
    GEMINII (moon sign) Do not try to speculate or bet anything pleted training
    .
    land. His school
    ispartofthe
    new
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    that is the case try your luc k on the 2nd and 3rd of August Air Training Command Madora Smith presents actor Ronnie Eckstine with ;life membership In popular...
    which conducts hundreds of
    Your mental tension is easier this week than it has been the specialized courses provide L. A. nightspot, Maverick's Flat, as Barbara Rhoades, star of "The Shakiest Gun In I
    past four weeks. Spouse and mother cause you unwarranted technically trained personnelfor the West," looks on.JESCA.
    worries on the 30th and 31st of July. No lucky numbers.
    the nation's aerospace

    CANCER(moon sign)Your income and expenses maybe dis- force. ,_- Campers Esjoy Summer I
    turbances that you have had since March be settled on the Airman Grant attended
    28th or 29th. Fair sex can have small troubles with health un- South Dade High School. Children in the Day Care friends provided the sponsor- the Miami Police Benevolent
    less Jupiter at your birth was detremental. Your own ideas Center, midget and Junior ship for this thrilling exper- Association, 4343 NW 17 Ave.
    concerning new techniques or remodeling your aoartment.Do Camp have enjoyed eight ience. Mr George Williams,
    this week. numbers 2 4 7 and 12. of the children and
    something Lucky weeks of fun and learning ex- The James E. Scott Com- Chairman
    perience. Trips to the parks, munity Association will close youth committee, announcesthe
    VIRGO(moon sign)U you did well in trading and making pro zoo, seaquarium, swimming, the first phase of Its twelve summer program will con-
    fits last week do not try again this week or you lose heavily. SKIN arts and crafts, music, dan- week summer activity with a tinue to serve one-hundred or
    Try marriage or go on a happy week-end with your spouse DISEASESA cing and games filled their program and exhibit on Thurs- more children for the rest of
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    specialized blood ten children was the Boatnun's -
    LIBRA (moon sign) Business, prestige, social contact are on
    tests.Al Safety course,sponsored -
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    Just fine. Do not be impatient with spouse about his health. You by the Marine Council, Mi-
    meet new friends from the North and West on the 1st or 2nd so general practice.DR. ami Dade County, Chamber of
    of August. Students should not be daring while swimming or Commerce and the Dade
    boating. Married people are happy on the 28th and 30th. Lucky H.: HAAG County Citizens Safety Council -
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    The lucky youngsters who j'
    SCORPIO (moon sign) Restlessness and inconvenience,but. held a Red Cross certificate,
    nothing really serious. Finance and family look bright, do not! a requirement for enrollmentin I f 44
    worry about people talking about you. Be honest and punctual the Boatman's safety
    Don't spend money foolishly on your children this week. Havea classes were: Charles Spann,
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    SAGGITARIUS (moon sign) No worries until the 31st. Keep Farley B. Neasman, Jr., Ed- trR
    cool Is your code for matters of family,children or spouse. ]J s gar Oliver, George Williamson -
    do not blame you for your concern but take care of plans which and the lone girl, Cathy
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    on August 2 or 3. Lucky numbers 1, 2,4, 8 and 12. Milton Margulis,
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    CAPRICORN(moon sign) Prepare yourself to start working Call
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    I 20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 28, 1967

    Wildcats Defense Good; McCfairen

    Iroward .

    County's I Sport Scone h looking For fullbacksNear


    the top In almost all Steel Driving Man."In a single

    team defensive statistical departments game last year he made 26 unassisted -
    the BethuneCookman tackles. An exampleof

    College Wildcats stopped the respect he gained with- }

    Last week's special event Sunland Park Playground was a their opponents in champion- in the Southern Intercollegiate ,r
    "dance party Winners In the contest were: 6-12 age group ship fashion last year. If a con- Athletic Conference, he was

    1st place Joyce Wilson; 2nd place Sharonda Bowens and ference title is to be achieved, named to the Conference All- \
    3rd place. Joyce Cooper., Winners in the 11.12 age group the offense must be brought up Star Team, SIAC Coaches All- ,\

    were 1st place. Shirley Cooper; 2nd place. ShirleyLee. to the same level. Conference Team, won the ,
    In the 13-15 age dfvision the winners were 1st place. The big spot to fill is the Player of the Week Award .
    Dianne Alexander; 2nd place Gloria Cooper and 3rd place C. fullback slot. "We need a big sponsored by a National Soft "
    Morton. Everyone around Sunland is excited about the 14th an- man with speed," says Head- Drink Firm and a local Press

    nual playday being held July 26th. Participants Sunland expect coach Jack McClarien. "An- Award for outstanding Line-
    to win their share of awards on playday. thony G r Is by, a 200 pound man of the Year

    Mr. Moses Wilcox, pool manager of Sunland pool,announces speedster from Carver High Helping to balance the attack ,i
    that registration for pre-school learn to swim classes is now School in Delray is the top can- will be Thomas Lee, a 240 ., ,.

    open. Classes for this age group will start August 7th and run didate. As a first year man,he pounder from 5th Avenue High
    through the 18th of August. Teenage splash party night was a sat out most of last season but School of Pittsburgh, Pennsyl-

    big success last week atSunlandpool. Mr.Carlton Tynes, Mr. showed remarkable potentialin vania. The senior athlete who H
    Willie Kelly, Mr. Herman Pittman, Mr. Hank Lamar, Mr. two games." is a two times Golden Glove kuw AI N

    Robert Payne, Mr. John Wilson, Mr. Ronald Braynon, Mrs. McClarlen likes Allan Champion for the State of
    Estelle McGrew and other members of the Sunland pool staff Wilson, a 190 pound halfbackwho Pennsylvania has been a
    invite you to make this summer a splashing success by visiting came up with several

    -4 the Sunland pool.Attendance .
    ....... ..
    ---- ------ --
    really picked up at Dillard Gym last week. A

    variety of events and activities were conducted. Monday night rw ,.,9 9'r re
    Dillard Gym defeated a volleyball team from Dania 2-0. Wed-

    nesday night the boxing exhibition was a big success. Eight
    bouts were on the fight card and the highlight of the eveningwas
    an eight round exhibition by two of South Florida leading ,. lt' :. '
    ', Hf.: ,
    professional fighters. Mr. Mallad and Mr. Blades are still 'r.: .. ,y r
    registering individuals who are interested in participating in Ij ,

    the boxing program. Thursday night Dillard Gym defeated a defensive back.
    \ '','V-f,. Bernard Holley Is' an outstanding
    basketball team from Dania in a high scoring contest. On Fri- i;:';":,.,, < .../ hails from Miami. I
    190
    The pounder
    ,. ........
    .
    day night Dillard was host to the annual city wide talent show. ;> '"f., "
    V.... ,. .
    Each playground in the district was represented on the pro-
    er in the history of the schoolto The Bethune-Cookman Col-
    Y
    gram. The program was directed by Mrs. Ella Burns and Mrs. 1,,,M +
    4 be named to the All-Con- lege Wildcats finished in 3rd
    Gladys Clarke.
    ferenceTeam. far the most last with 5-2-0
    By place a
    year
    Saturday afternoon the members of the staff in district nIt \
    versatile on the squad record. Jack McClarien
    player ,along
    played Wrights Department store a softball game. The team
    Wyatt is a fine broken field with his assistants Lloyd
    from district in defeated Wrights by a score of 17-9. Leadingthe
    kicker and one "Tank" Johnson and
    runner, place Wesley
    offensive attack for the directors of district n were Mr.
    of the surest tacklers in the Moore, will be out to improvethis
    Cornelius Ford, Mr.Leroy Davis and Mr.Johnny Burke. Team
    conference. He led the record with 1
    squad hopefully an
    manager, Mr. Samuel Dukes, was very Impressed with histeam's j
    last with nine undefeated
    season intercep- season.
    performance and feels that with a few more games under
    tions.A .
    their belts his team will be unbeatable.The .
    More than 100 potential
    modern dance calss of Sunland Playground presented a Wildcats
    pairofpass receiving will report to
    into the land of make believe the Sunland last
    peep on patio
    twins, Samuel and Daniel Bethune-C 00 k man College
    Members of the class Karen Allen
    Thursday evening. are: ,
    Cooper from Marshall High August 23rd for physical ex-
    Patricia Allen, Cynthia Anderson, Kathy Anderson, Marilyn
    School of Plant City who are aminations. Gridiron practiceis
    Barnes, Cassandra Hankerson, Rosalyn Hankerson, Angelita
    identical in talents as well as scheduled to begin September -
    Dowdy, Debroah Jenkins, Alyvonetta McCutheon, Rita Robin-
    looks, will anchor the recep- 1st.
    son, Marcella Smith, Gloria Cooper, Shirley Cooper, Gwendol'D tion unit. Last year they grab-
    Ferrell Keeve and Patricia Williams The class
    Joycejn
    bed 19 aerial for 310 yards and Headcoach Jack McClarienis
    was taught by Miss Jean Bailey. Certificates of outstanding five touchdowns. McClarien a graduate of Bethune-
    achievement were presented to each member of the class.
    Cookman where he be-
    used both Plant City athletesat College
    Lincoln Playground, encouraged on by their dynamic directors right end. "Samuel catches came an AllAmerican
    Mrs. Lillian Deal and Mr. Pauline have overtaken 200 pound track star from Del-
    Larry Anthony Grisby, a over his left shoulder and Dan- and later an All-Pro End with
    Sunland Playground in the overall summer point total. There ray is the leading candidate For the fullback slot. The iel catches over his right the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    are two weeks remaining in the summer playground season speedster Is a second year veteran. shoulder," according to Mc-
    and it looks as though Lincoln playground and Sunland play-
    Clarien, himself former All- Ltoecoach Lloyd "Tank"Johnson
    ground will battle right down to the wire to determine the sum-
    game-winning performanceslast starting defensive player American and All-Pro End, is also a Bethune-
    mer champion. Dillard playground has outside chance to
    an season. The coach might since his sophomore year. "This way they can be more Cookman College alumnus.
    overtake both Lincoln and Sunland
    and Burke and Miss
    Mr. Just move him to the fullback Covering the defensive effective for short and long Wesley Moore Is a graduateof
    Clarke are a last stretch drive.
    planning? position. safety area will be Alvin passes while baffling the defensive Tennessee A. and I. Univer-
    The 14th annual city wide playday will be the big activity this Wilson of North Dade High Wyatt, the only first year play- unit." sity.
    week in district m. This event isco-sponsoredby Pepsi Cola School In Miami who was
    Bottling Company of Ft. Lauderdale radio Station WRBD and elected Captain of the 1967
    the department of recreation district m. Over 433 individual "
    Wildcats, is a senior speedster :
    trophies will be presented to participants in a variety of activi- who can more than get the pp !

    ties. The festivities start at 8:45 a.m. with opening ceremon- Job done, according toMc-
    ies and concluded around 9 a.m. with the awarding of trophies Clarlen. :

    to' staff members who this year will participate in three activi- The quarterback duties, for :

    ties: Softball, volleyball and swimming. Leading citizens from two years, have fallen in the

    throughout the community will present the awards to winnersof hands of George King, a versatile

    various activities. scrapper from Blanche .
    Mr. Joseph C. Carter, district supervisor, expects over Ely High School of pompano
    8,000 participants and spectators to take part in the all day Beach, and this year the situ- .
    festivities. The 48 staff members in district along with the ation shouldn't be any differ- d. .h
    supervisor welcome you wholeheartedly and stand ready to ent. King tossed the ball last
    assist you in any way with your recreational needs. year for 507 yards and pickedup
    The adult sewing class of Sunland Park recreation center 173 yards on the ground.

    climaxed their spring and summer session of sewing instruction McClarien is aware of King's
    Monday evening, July 13,at the Sunland center. Garmentswere talents but nevertheless he f k kd kt f

    modeled and displayed by all participants in the class. will continue to groom a good,
    I' Models were Mrs. Airs Mae Smith, Mrs. Estella Wright, Mrs. solid back up field general. In I

    Beatrice Tate, Mrs. Henrietta Osborne, Mrs. Laverta Allen, this department, Coach Mc- t
    Mrs. Louise Bradley, Mrs. Syrenia Glover and Mrs. Estelle C lar len has three other ?

    Staton. quarterbacks who can fill the +Y !ate P
    + +
    Garments for display were viewed by all spectators. Gar- bill, Eddie Campbell from #' r 4t aan
    ments for different ocassions were modeled including child- Jones High School of Orlando, w

    ren apparel.Special awards were given to Mrs.Avis M. Smith, Jimmie Jackson from Matthew
    most, Improved student during the session, Mrs. Estella Wright W. Gilbert High School of

    completing the most garments during the session, Mrs. Bea- Jacksonville, both are sopho- _._- -
    trice Tate, perfect attendance and Mrs. Henrietta Osborne, mores and Clewis Wright from
    most progress made during session. Instructors for this actIvity Walter C. Harris School of HINES RECEIVES AWARD FROM THE COCA-COLA COMPANY

    were Mrs. Ada Moore and Miss Carmen Burris. Fall Hastings, a senior who is alsoan Texas Southern University track star, James Hines, one of the world's fastest

    classes in sewing will start September 18th and continue outstanding punter. sprinters (second from left), is presented a recognition plaque from Billy Burke (extreme
    through December. Plan now to register for these classes. The defensive unit next year right) Southwest account executive for The Coca-Cola Company. .
    will be led by 270 pound Henry ,
    Hines received the
    plaque at a recent testimonial program held in his honor by \
    Still from Spencer High School the Business and Professional Men's Club of Houston, Texas.

    VISIT EXPO 67IN of who Columbus is currentlybeingscouted,Georgia,a tackle Shown witnessing the presentation are Houston Astros stars Jim Wynn (left) and

    by six professional clubs including Don Wilson (second from right). Wynn set on Astrodome record of three home runs in
    MONTREAL, CANADA the Washington Red one game, and a few weeks later hit a ball that struck the top of the Astrodome for, I

    .f All Expense Tours Via Air or Bus Skins and the Green Bay' the first time., Rookie pitcher Wilson made National Baseball League history by

    CONSULT Packers. The Columbus, pitching a no-hitter against Atlanta Braves on June 18th in Houston. ,r

    NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU Georgia giant, with his Jarring Hines tied the national high school records in the 100-yard dash and the 220-
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    MIAMI TIMES Fridoy July. fcV.. 1967. 21Spearing I

    Rattlers 10 be Strong;

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    Tallahassee.-The Florida one-third of the Rattlers'total Sims from Tampa and Richard According to Galthor, "No
    A4M University Rattlers will passing yardage. Ford at defensive guard. position is certain at time
    don practice shoes on Thurs- Charles Henderson of Fort we'll start taking a good look
    BY HARRY SPEAR day, August 31, Inpreparation Key backfield injuries included Pierce came into his own last on August 31 and.take it from
    for their season opener fullback Preston John- season and may earn a start- there.
    against the Allen University son of Boston, Mass and halfback ing berth at one of the tackle
    JIMMY FOXX GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTENYour
    Yellowjackets in Columbia, S. Sam Anderson of Miami.In slots. Two ex-Rattlers from
    sports editor has known Jimmy Foxx for years, and C. Thirty six returning lettermen 1965 Johnson and Anderson Florida A&M University are
    don't think I won't miss him Not only was he a great ball player, the most ever for averaged better than 10 yards Offensively on the line,Zeke included among the rookies
    he had a beart of gold.He never said no to anyone. If you want- FAMU, will lead a host of re- per carry between them. Last Sims of Ocala and Walter reporting to the Denver Bron-
    ed him to do this or that he was always willing, everyone has turning players and determined season bothplayers were Spicer are leading candidatesfor cos training campendAndreWhite
    a bad habit or so, we have to overlook the bad sometimes, freshmen back to the gridiron hampered throughout the sea- the guard positions, with from Tampa and tackle
    therefore mention the good, he loved kids, and was always to begin the twentythirdhead son with knee Injuries and Arthur Pla of Miami close be- Donald Smith of Bartow.White
    signing autographs, going to baseball clinics teaching kids the coaching season of Jake never regained their 1965 hind. Sharon Stallworth of and Smith will join Al Denson,
    fundamental points how they should play. He also attended dif- Gaither. form.Hubert Ginn of Savannah, Plant City, Alvin Logan of former Rattler All-American
    ferent benefits, this last Monday he was to attend Coopers- Ga., leading ground gainer last Thomasville, Ga., and Gerald in 1962 and 1963,who has been
    town for the induction of his former fellow ball pl yers. Although Coach Gaither is looking year, and freshman sensation White of Tampa have the most one of the top players for Den-
    himself elected to the hall of Peters- at tackle. ver since his rookie season.
    he was of fame, this was a forward to the first day of I I Glenn Edwards St. experience
    day he was looking forward to. But it never came, Jimmy origi- practice and cites consis- burg, along with Johnson and .
    nated in Maryland, the same state as Babe Ruth. There is so tency as a major problem in Anderson, will give FAMU one 1
    much I can mention, It would take a couple of pages. The '67. "Last year we were a see- of its strongest running gamesin
    sports world is going to miss a great;.athlete.The Miami Times saw team, literally up one recent years. theI I
    with the rest of its staff and myself send our sincere condo- week and down the next. How- Looking
    lence to all the family, and may his soul rest In peace. ever, the last three games,we When you add James Long of :
    displayed remarkable poise Tallahassee Henry Scott of i
    PALMETTO GOLF COURSE DEDICATED SPORTSWORLD
    and confidence. I can only hope Melbourne, Robert Lampkin of '
    Metropolitan Dade County's newly-acquired Palmetto Golf that it will carry over to the Saint AIbansN.Y.Andrew
    Course was added officially to the long list of countyownedand coming season" (The Rat- Green of Miami, all returning
    operated recreational facilities with a dedication cere- tlers defeated BethuneCookman lettermen, the offense will
    mony and shotgun tournament, Friday, July 21. (37-13)), Texas Southern definitely have to take advan-
    Lew Whitworth and members of the County Commission join- (41-12), and Alabama A & M tage of this speed and poweron BY UEO ARMBRISTER Over ..t
    ed with area pros, members of the press, radio and TV and (43-26) in their last three the ground.

    guests at the ceremony, at the first tee. games last season.A John Eason caught 30 passes I
    Following the dedication, 112 golfers teed off to Inauguratethe
    new course, located at South Dixie Highway and Coral Reef major J decision facing Andre for 588 White yards (last now with season.the WHY ISN'T HANK: AARON THE GREATEST?

    Drive (S.W. 152nd St.). Jake for 1967 is his quarter- Denver Broncos) caught 25. FAN WANTS TO KNOW
    The Palmetto Golf Course, taken over by the Dade County back situation. It's a problem The remaining 52 passes
    Parks and Recreation Department on July 19, is a complete most coaches would like to caught were distributed among "1 am not a great lover of baseball, but in my books there
    recreational facility that includes a swimming pool, driving have Senior Elroy Morand, 12 players. Eason will be back are a few baseball players,whom I think are among the great-
    range, restaurant, lounge and pro shop. Ocala, and J junior Kenneth next year, but he can't do it est; however Hank Aaron one of these contemporaries hardly
    The 6,669 yard,par-71 course was designed bygolf course Riley, Bartow, will be fightingfor alone, and therein lies one of ever gets the creditable mention I think he rightfully. deserves.
    architect, Dick Wilson, and completed in 1960. the number one slot. Coach Gaither's major prob- Why is this sor
    Among those scheduled who participated in the tournamentwere Morand is a dangerous passer gem for '67 -- how to compli- This simple admission and Inquiry came from the pen of a
    local pros Remo Crovetti, Kings Bay;Charles DeLucca, who can throw the bomb from ment his running game with a young lady who signed herself J. E."
    Jr., Miami Lakes; Babe Hart, Country Club of Miami; Steve anywhere on the field.A clutch good passing attack. Leading This is a keen observation on your part Miss J. E., we
    Lagakis, Westview; County Commissioners Lew Whitworth, player who has a knack for pul- candidate to replace White is sports writers do not write about Hank quite as much as we do
    Harold Greene, Tom 0' Malley; County Manager Porter W. ling games ot of the fire in Benny Johnson from Hallan- about guys in baseball who are somewhat more colorful but a
    Homer: City of Miami Vice Mayor Steve Clark, the closing minutes, last year dale. Next to Eason and White, lot less talented.
    I Morand completed 50 passes Johnson led the rest of the ends The problem with Henry grabbing more space is that he
    'II" in 101 attempts for 778 yards with eight receptions for 93 keeps you so occupied with what he does on the field that thereis
    and seven touchdowns. Riley yards. little left for pinning daisies. ..

    )1'f' throws the short pass well;but Defensively, three of the Be it known, however, that regardless of the outcome of any
    .., he would rather run than best deep men in small college game that hammering Hank takes part in like a few of his con-
    throw. Everytime he fades to temporaries he is always worth the price of admission.He .
    football return to give the Rat-
    i', vass, he is looking for an open- tiers one of the best defensive has one weakness, and that is being too good; because of
    Ing and knows what to do when backfields in Rattler history. this the fans take : him for granted; they come expecting the
    he finds one. Last season he Nathaniel James of Bartow, impossible from him and they usually get it.
    scrambled for 288 yards which Major Hazelton of Bartow,and The lifetime batting average (.317)) and all those years in
    made him the third leading Eddie Cooper of plant City intercepted leading the league Inruns battled in (5), and the seasons in
    ground gainer on the team. 15 passes between which he has hit 40 or more home runs ((5) is testimony of
    Chances are that Coach greatness.Well .
    them last season.All three run
    r Gaither will alternate the two the 100-yard dash in 10 sec- ,there It is Miss J. E. a few words (not enough), but a
    depending on the game situa- onds and Hazelton and James few about a truly great ball player, who will go down in the
    tion.. annals of history as one of the greatest.
    have been clocked at 9.5.

    The entire Rattler offense
    will probably face some kind Turning to the line,the Rat-
    Liberty City EoUs lid For
    of overhaul from the first day tlers will miss Freddie Wood-
    Pictured above are four of the participants, Ernest Hayes, of practice, with major J emphasis son at tackle and Benjamin
    who shot a 79,and came in 4th.Left to right are Frank Rivers, on passing. Some of the Davis at guard, but Melvin Metro Softball Tournament
    John Steverson Ernest Hayes and Robert Seldon. factors accounting for the Rat- Rogers of St. Petersburg and
    PROGRESSFrom tlers turning to the air in 1966 Freddie Lovett of Savannah, The Liberty City Eagles of Charles "Donnie' Brown and
    BOWLING TOURNEY NOW IN included injuries to key backfield Ga., two sophomore defensive Grapeland Softball Fast-Pitch Arnold Davis and backed by
    Tuesday, July 25 to Sunday,July 30 the Bowling Tour- ,personnel and the emer- tackles, should take up the League are making a strong timely hitting'from J.Hunt,R.
    nament of the Americas will run.Admission and parking free. of John Eason of Ocala slack. Returning veterans on bid for the Metro Tournamentto Palmer, J. Ogletree and Wm.
    The Bowling Tournament of the Americas was created with who gence accounted for more than the line will be led by Rudolphat be held sometime during the Cox have developed into a
    the aim of fostering better relations and futhering the cause of month of August The Eagles strong contender for the Metro
    human understanding among the peoples of all nations of the have won the last three games berth

    Western Hemisphere. the gate prior to each game. and are in strong contentionto The from downtown
    HAYNES SHOWS SPARK IN SCRIMMAGEAbner b eo m e one of the four Miami are also running very

    Haynes succeeded providing some thrills for an en- MARLINS SCHEDULE FOR-WEEK teams awarded a berth in the strong for the Metro Tourna-
    Metro Tournament. The ment. The All Stars are cur
    that seemed to suffer along with
    thusiastic crowd of over 7,000
    the frustrated offense. Haynes had cracked off several fine Friday, July 28at7:30p.m., Miami vs. Ft. Lauderdale. Sun League is composed of 12 rently in first place.
    30 at Miami West Palm Beach. Mon teams. Winners of the Metro
    dashes the fans to their .Tonight was just a partof day, July 6:30 p.m., vs.
    bringing Miami Ft. Lauderdale. Wednes Double Elimination Tourna- The Eagles are sponsored
    "he said. day, July 31, at 7:30 p.m. vs.
    goes
    for the seasons opening,
    getting ready will travel to Alabama jointly Shirley's Market and
    ment
    pleased at what Thursday,August 2 and 3,at 7:30 p.m., Miami vs. Cocoa
    for me as well as the rest of the team. I was for the Southern Regional Dress Shop, CaJ's) Lounge,
    I was able to do out there but I'm not ready yet-none of us Softball Tournament.The Satellite Lounge, Community
    are. We needed the work, its all part of the process of getting Eagles behind the Drugs and Arnold's Car-
    ready for the season opener.Several of his teammates praised To Frank Robinson strong-arm pitching of pet Service.
    him and slapped at his shoulders as they walked by. Haynes
    continued. "I've been in this game long enough to know that pressure is just somethinghe

    you don't base too much on the type of action we hadSaturday checks in his tires. JOE SMITH NAMED TRACK COACH AT M-DJC .
    the bell rings.
    he will be squared by the time
    He said
    night. Joe Lee Smith from Fort He is currently working his
    PLENTY SOCCER THIS WEEKENDAll Lauderdale, has been appointed doctorate at Indiana Univer-

    Soccer Tournament"will ... as track coach at Miami sity in Bloomington, Indiana.He .
    games of the "7th Interamerican Header scheduled for SwPl" : :r Ask Triple-Crown winner Frank Robin Dade Junior College. Smith will take Charles Pappy"Holt's
    start at 8 p.m.except for the Double F'. 1I1-'JIIrI""' : son about pressures and he asks you, received his Bachelor of place as Falcon track
    Sunday, July 30, at Curtis Park. ::"M1M1e1NR""r... =I "What's that-a surprising answer
    '' ''
    =: Science and Master of Arts coach, with Holt concentratingon
    "Mustangs") will face the Columbia "'" from who almost has had to
    The U. S. A. team(Chicago =:: ; a player
    J and instruc-
    M cross country
    from Florida A &
    of the tournament Degrees
    last the World
    Champion
    composite team at 4 p.m.and the game carry sagging .
    will start at 6 p.m. when Ecuador meets Peru. Orioles by himself. In 1959 and 1963 respectively. tional duties.
    of the tournament, informed that Read this in-depth, 8-page close-up of
    Julio Moreita director .
    ,
    follows Frank Robinson and his incredible drivein
    schedule as :
    there is no change in the rest of the Wednesday, July August Sport. Then turn to a reveal MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
    Saturday, July 22, Ecuador vs. Columbia; ing article on another MVP winner,
    26, Peru vs. U. S. A. (Chicago"Mustangs"); Friday, July 28, Roberto Clemente, and learn how pressures have dramatic. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING' YOU THEY
    a Double Header, U. S.A.vs. Ecuador and Peru vs. Columbia. ally changed his personal and professional August Sport APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
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    FOR RENT Rifles aid Shotguns Stolen '

    CLASSIFIED ADS Small one bedroom duplext at I

    I 5537 NW 6th Pi. Unfurnished.
    FroM Pawn ShopA
    IS WORDS OR LESS SISO, 6C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Adults only, $20 wk. 754-6277 -
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    I DEADUNE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Miami pawn shop was about five minutes, Morrow
    __ morning by several Negro added. They made no effort at

    FOR SALE FOR SALENo FOR SALE Beautiful private room in youths and about 20 rifles a quiet break-in.

    Free rent plus income. Divest Qualify House. Richmond Hgts. 6 lovely home on the lake.; 8831 and shotguns were stolen.The Most of the guns were .22

    in a new duplex. In fide Big family special.Large cor- rooms 3 bedrooms, large NW 14th Ave.or call Jean Fen- burglars passed up the Jewel- caliber rifles, the Captain
    locations. The price is rigbtj ner lot with fence.bedrooms utility room, fenced. 12900. ster 759-8779. Single man. lery, TV's and other items. said. Some shotguns were

    2352958. (TF) with sleeping porch pay $900 Dan$400 down.Associates$90 mo.1698 FHA. Mar- Lenny's Pawnshop, 901 NW taken as well as some high-

    down and take over paymentsof Way. HI 5-2557. Coral Nice lady or man. Room. $12 2nd Ave., was broken into at powered rifles.
    Attention! Lawyers, doctorsand $98 month.Call for location. wk. 634-5691. 247 a.m. A burglar alarm

    nurses. 9 unit 1 story bldg. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-. Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. 1220 sounded. The owner of the shop,Ber-
    below N. E. 79th Street and 2243. NW 88th St.3 bedroom,2 bath, Large turn room In Liberty About a dozen persons took nard Sharon, was taking inven-

    Bis. Blvd. Bus on corner. 9 carpet CBS, ,carport bull t1, wall to wall City area with cooking privi- part in the raid, said Police' tory to determine if ammunitions -

    bedroom, 2 baths, plus apt., Why Pay Rent? large lot, in range-oven choice area leges. 2125 NW 64th St. 758- Capt. Frank Morrow. Nearby had been taken

    carpeted, can be professional No qualify Nice 2 bedroom $1400 down payment or 8128. residents heard the glass MIAMI TIMC
    building:, convalescent home. CBS with Fla room. Put $950 $1,000 for veterans. Fenster smashing and saw them run- :

    $28,900. Owner 758-7072 or down and pay$105 month.Nice Realty, Broker, PL 98779. Rooms Middle age men only. ning from the shop with the ADVERTISERSAppreciate

    9476848. for kids, big corner lot. CallA. Preferable those who work guns, the officer said. your business

    Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751- 3 double bedroom lot,,2 separate bath, Fla dining room, during day to live reasonable, After ripping the front door, Thy art courteous ond

    SR 22's FILED 2243. room, $17,500, FHA or con- comfortable. 759-3360. the robbers were in the store dependable. Support them" !

    Save $ E-Z terms, Auto ventional finance could be

    Home Life. Able Insurance Attention Large Family! 3 or arranged. Drive by 5901 NW 1 bedroom, unfurn. cottage,

    Agency, Phone: 757-5842, 811 4 bedroom, large enclosed 5th Ave. Then call Fenster 4841 NW 16th Ave. For couple

    NW 54th Street. Open 7 days. porch, Fla room,dining room, -Realty--, Broker, PL 9-8779. only. Immediate occupancy. e t1tnpiclt

    ---- utility room, carport, appli- If you are your hometo $19 wk. Call Mr. Gross day-
    Two dwellings. NW 6th Place
    Miami Lots 9 and 10 Block, ances. No qualifying $1,000 urban renewal or express- time 444-6126,eves 448-2824. RADIO & TV REPAIR
    14, NW 7th Avenue addition. down, $11,000 total. Shell wet have a good deal fo
    Price: $12,000. Brokers pro Realty, 4260 NW 7th Avenue, way, we have a good deal for 3 bedroom, CBS unfurn.home. SERVICE CALL $3.00
    tected. Call Carl T. Hoffman 758-5551. you. 2 houses on one lot. 1792 NW 67th St. Almost new,
    owner, phone: 757-5211/A 4) 3221 NW 11th Place. Front, 3 unfurn. $30 wkly. Immediate 1488 N.W. 62nd St.
    -.. r bedroom, 1ft bath and 1 bed-
    720 NW 53rd Street Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath, room rear. Drive by then call occupancy. Call Mr. Gross,

    No qualifying Huge 4 bedroom, CBS, garage, built-in stove, Fenster Realty, Broker Pl. 9- daily 444-6126, eves448-2824. 696-3225
    2 bath, extra vacant lot. 8779.
    garage, hardwood floors, bank financing -
    completely fenced, stove refrigerator could be arranged, Frame 1 bedroom cottage. Ran Jordan, jr., Prop. I
    air cond., plus 1 Iota 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, dining
    1805 76th
    NW
    1/2 Terrace.
    of furniture, total $19,500. Drive by 6810 NW 2nd
    $1,500 down. Good $12,500.monthly Court, then call for appointment room, utility room, garage, Couple or single person. $16
    appliances. No
    terms. You' must see today. Fenster Realty(Broker) qualifying. wk. Immediate occupancy. Key
    Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW 759-8779. $1,500 down, $10,000 total. with Mrs. Lumos. Call Mr.
    54th St., Phone: 757-5724. Shell Realty, Broker, 4260 NW Gross, daily 444.6126, eves,
    --- 7th Avenue 758-5551.
    ,
    Home Business Income Selling below FHA value. No 448-2824.

    All CBStopc1ose-inlocation, closing costs. $700 down,$126
    over 3,000 sq. ft., two 2 bedroom month, 5 years old, 3 bedroom, Furniture. Living room, 2 CBS, 1 bedroom apt. $18.
    apartments, C-5 zoning bedrooms, kitchen. Call 696- Bedroom duplex $19.
    2 baths, family room,carport,
    1500 ft. for 0945. 1855 NW 74th Street.No .
    business
    sq. tile roof,'wood floors,sprinklers 2 bedroom house $23.
    paved parking.! Get all the details -
    today Aetna Realty. walk to Jr. College. Call Cost Deposit Required

    (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, Wilma Cook, Keyes Co.,Realtors Modern, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Liberty Rental Agency
    Phone:757-5724.Open 7 days. 1705 NE 123rd St., 754- CBS, extra large Fla room, 2020 NW 62nd Street Our Front Page Is your
    ----- Call 633-7809
    6667. maybe used third bedroom
    as
    1601 NW 93rd Street Doorway to News of every
    No qualifying. CBS, 2 bedroom enclosed front porch,carport,
    tile roof, oa I floors, FENCED DOLL HOUSE. CBS, tile roof, hardwood floor,. on thing of importance goingon
    stove, refrigerator, carpets, 2 bedroom, Fla room, utility large corner lot, FHA$13,500, HELP WANTED
    total $13.500 $1,000 down. room, carport,only$650 down, $450 down,$83 mo. Veterans or I in our .community."PERSONTOPERSON".

    = (Move Broker today.), 811-NW Aetna 54th Realty St.,, $69 month, $8,500 total. Shell displaced,persons.$100( down: Driver to drive air condition ,.

    I Phone: 757-5724. Open 7days. Realty, 4260 NW 7th Ave., 758- Atlantic & pacific Realtors, Cadillac to Canada and return.
    ------- 5551. 666-0411. 4- . . .
    Must have reference. NE
    1779 NW 93rd Street
    FHA 8000. Cute hpme, ideal LOOK LOOK LOOK Drive by 2245 NW 96th St.and 6875. Leaving August 2nd.
    for man and wife phone 666-0411 for inspection.
    ,
    carporte,
    Drive by these like new homes ---- That's UsYou! and Your
    ,
    stove
    refrigerator, only $250 2 CBS beauties on 1 lot. Front
    down then call us to see Inside. Beauty Operator Experiencedin
    no closing
    costs. $80 house 2 bedroom, 1 bath,car- wig styling preferable. Call LOCAL Newspaper
    monthly pays everything.FHA 4500 NW 179thStreet .
    tile roof hardwood floor PL 19413.
    port
    ,
    15 year mortgage, be first.
    $400 down, $88 mo., 3 bedrm.
    Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW large Fla room. Rear house,
    54th St., Phone: 757-5724. 1 bedroom, 1 bath,lots of fruit
    School teachers and
    19741 NW 40th Street college
    Open 7 days. trees. Beautiful landscaped.
    ----- $450 down, $102 mo., 4 bedrm. Price and terms arranged. students over 21. Earn money
    3 Bedroom 2 Bath over vacation. Will train. Zib-
    Atlantic & Pacific Realtors ..
    CBS corner, 98x100 lot car- 3011 NW 190th Street ler Taxi Cab Co. FR 4-6121.

    port, completely fenced, $400 down, $93 mo., 3 bedrm. 666-0411. July 28
    sprinkler system, patio, central -
    heat, built-in kitchen, total Sacrifice residennce. Lot
    $15,500;NO'closing costs. 2820 NW 205th Street' 50x100, in choice location,At- MISCELLANEOUSSold
    Downpayment $500Vets $200), $350 down, $80 mo., 2 bedrm. lantic & Pacific Realtors, 666-
    monthly $96.21. See today. 0411. home. Furniture for sale.
    Aetna Realty, (Broker), 811
    1351 NW 51st Terr: 1240 NW 88th Street. EDISON Specials i
    NW 54th st., Phone: 7575724. Corner house. N.W. Facing
    $350 down, $98 mo., 2 bedrm.
    school. Take over GI mort-
    1380 Little River Drive
    Open Sunday 3 to 6. 3 bed- INVESTMENT,COUNSELORS gage at 4-3/4%. $92 mo. pays
    room, 2 bath CBS on the canal INC. all. 3 bedroom, -1/2 baths,
    with beautiful grounds, FHA 691 NW 45th St. 758-7956 screened in porch, front and No qualifying $600 Dn. OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
    terms $19,000with$900 down, back patio, well, pump, and Vacant Move Right I In
    this is charming and a won- fruit trees. 1457 NW 50th Street 130 NW 68 STREET
    sprinkler system,
    derful the canal. Beauty shop on NW 22nd Ave.
    buy
    on no
    Call NA 1-1529. Open 2-5 Sunday 4 bedroomplus Fla room.CBS,tilt roof. Only $14,700
    closing costs, stove and refrigerator near 89th St. 754-3640.
    garbage disposal, Lovely CBS, Fla room, enclosed totol.prict. FHA terms. $350 down. Nice lot, 68x110.
    .. .. _
    indirect lighting.I. ,A.Ben-Kori, WHY PAy'RENT. Duplex plus 2 bedroom house.. Fla room, garagt. Half block to bus. Near all schools.CALL .

    Realtor,612 NW 60th.St.,Call cottage. All furnished. Near 10x25, large living room,din- $350 Down FHA s
    anytime, 751-2243. ing room, eat-in kitchen,
    1880 NW 55th
    shopping schools buses Street
    ,
    ---- EDISON TO SEE THE
    built-in electric range.All tile FOLLOWING
    5 Unit CBS Apt. $1,500 down, $10,000 total.No Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS,
    $4,000 cash down, foi this qualifying. Shell Realty, 4260 bath. $9,000.2271 NW 92ndSt. jalousie porch. PROPERTIES
    money maker. All fum. per inventory .: NW 7th Avenue. 758-5551. Walk to shopping centers, ((1)) No qualifying. $830 down. FHA already placed.
    'j
    separate utility, meters buses close by. Walk to Big Beautiful Duplex Off 7th Ave. in 40's $90 mo. pays everything.CBS .
    all apts. rented. This i isis Church zoned lots NW SlstSt. schools. 2390 NW 95th Terrace tile roofgarage.
    a good buy. Total price is

    $24,000, no qualifying. Thisis Business property 22nd Ave. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYFor $1400 double down .Live lot.rent free ((2)) No qualifying, lovely corner, CBS hone. Beautiful
    a CBS building, in very and 50th St. 633-2797., Big corner modem kitchen.
    good sale or lease. Fully FHA already placed. Near 17th
    neighborhood, good ren-
    ALLAPATTAH
    REALTY
    Ave. in 90's.
    tal equipped nightclub. 5 a.m. licenses -
    area. 2 each, 2 bedroom, 2 1
    each 1 bedroom and one very 3 bedroom, $800 down, $80 Same location over 30 REALTORS ((3)) 3 bedroom CBS. Terrazzo floors, air cond., wall to

    large efficiency. A. Ben-Kori, mo. $10,548.19 total price. years. Reasonable terms. 633-0428 wall carpeting, $12,500 total. Bank financing avail.
    Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call Immediate possession. 2350 Great sacrifice. Phone 864- able. 9th ,Ave.. & 83rd St.
    anytime, 751-2243. NW 89th St. after 6 p.m. ((4)) Large clean home with beautiful
    0371 between 4:30: and 6 p.m. swimming pool

    Bedroom Beauty NE OR NW and 2 Fla.rooms ond2 reversecycle aireonditiMtrs.

    $16,000 total for this 3 bed- 2-3 4 bedroom homes. All Also has cottage. 2 I lots, 100x100. $15,500 Jotol.
    &
    room, 2 bath beauty, CBS, in --- '-----
    beautiful area, modem kit- CBS, from $100 down, low WE HAVE"MA"NY"HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
    chen, carpet.Air conditioning. monthly payment. Some central GOD FOR MORE THAN 13 YEARS HAS TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING..
    Sprinkler system, qualify for air and heat. Built-in appliances
    YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
    bank loan. Wonderful for doc- SHOWN ME HOW TO WIN THE FIGHT
    tor. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 Some cost. no qualifying, AGAINST THE EVILS OF "WITCHCRAFT" $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
    N N 60th St. Call anytime, no closing DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
    751-2243. PARK MANOR RLTY, Broker PERPAPS I CAN HELP YOU.
    666 NE 128th St. 751-8295 OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY w

    CALL BRO. CLARKE. 7549482A
    18 room, CBS ,house,'consisting Nice 3 bedroom,newly painted
    of 4 apts. 7 hotel rooms,2 newly wired, low down pay- Freewill Donation Accepted IWSON I BEAITY, editors

    car-garage, large lot. Will ment. 4530 NW 12th Place and

    Hallandale.finance 710 S. Dixie Highway, others. 373-7973 ,175 H.W, 62nd Si, 731.2441THE .



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    I" 24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 28, 1967

    : ; : Daytona Beach City Commissioner ;ItI:.' (' : '' ':; 1."I't"I'>.
    : '. .
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    life James Huger is Political Hercules' '. ....,,:,;_ ..,I


    '(' In less than two short years, A former Marine,Huger has citizens denounced Carmlchaelasatroublemaker- This was one of the first

    , \ ,\\1 James Huger, Business Man- been a rugged fighter from the cities in Florida to form an interracial -

    . }.,, ager at Bethune-Cookman very beginning of his political Huger defended the rights of advisory board. 1

    >' u'/ 1 College and Daytona Beach life. In commission meetings, the Student Government Asso- I
    riots have
    Although
    Commisstoner he referred to streets in Ne- ciation's right to speak. He oc- L
    curred tied in with the influx
    gro neighborhoods as "mud told his group during the meet- fa
    of
    '\.' cal Hercules" in the state of frolicking collegians
    hales Such arguments have ing, "I think we have taken R
    motorcycle gangs there have I F
    Florida. resulted in new street lights every precaution to ward off r
    been no race riots.
    perhaps the greatest milestone and miles of paved streets in trouble. As far d the student I
    ; in Huger's political life his district. body is concerned, we have no And Daytona Beach was

    i took place during the week of .._- problem, it is the outside ele- among the first cities in Florida -
    the 4th of when he to integrate its lunch i
    nC
    July presided ment which is feared by local
    "
    .,. as acting mayor during an citizens. counters, restaurants' and
    I t'r
    '1 agenda meeting and two days other facilities
    t ; Answering a lawyer who
    ; Huger came to Bethune-
    I, commisstoners stated that Carmichael'sappearence Cookman College in1942as

    would sway the cam".
    Public Relations Director and
    of Mayor Owen Eubank. Ac- thinking of the BethuneCookman -
    ;' cording to other members of students later was appointed as Busi-
    College Huger
    the commission he demonstrated ness Manager. In 1950,he was
    -
    I replied,'"Apparently" you are 4
    .'t appointed to the position
    a leadership ability
    not giving the students credit
    I '. and a thorough knowledge of for having minds of their General Secretary of Alpha
    parliamentary procedure.As Phi Incorporated, with head-
    writer said own. quarters in Chicago Illinois a
    one recently
    it all
    When over Mayor
    was ,
    : ;, position he held until he re-
    : -r "it is doubtful that very many Eubank decided in Huger's fa-
    residents of this Southern turned to Bethune-Cookman
    Carmichael to the
    I vor. spoke
    City a few vears aero would students with no disturbance. College in 1957, having pre-
    visualize a Negro occupying theMayor's JAMES HUGERIn viously received the M.S. de-
    of
    An example Huger's con-
    chair. gree from the University of
    another display in politi- scientiousness occurred a few
    The event was significant in Chicago. ...
    months while he was hos- ,
    cal power, Huger found out ago M -
    that it when
    happened more
    about possible trouble in a Ne- nitalized. Some Important
    than 100,0.00 tourists were matters were on the commis BABY SITTER Seaman Armond B. Roberts, of
    visiting the famed auto races gro neighborhood when a hiredan Pa. Vietnamese mother baby sitting
    swimming pool in his districtwas siorts agenda so Huger Pittsburgh, gives
    at the Daytona Beach Interna- ambulance and attended the assistance during Tet celebration in the hamlet of Hoa
    closed down. He quickly
    tional Speedway and "the called a meeting with the citizens session in a wheel chair. 4TI4I Thu near Danang, South Vietnam. Seaman Roberts Is
    -
    World's Most Famous" 20- and later with the City But Daytona Beach, which serving with the Seabees of Naval/ Mobile Construction

    mile white sand beach. Council, the pool was reopened has a large Negro population, ItS 6W 1i1411I1AcK Battalion NINE./ The Battalion is providing assistanceto

    When Huger ran for the City averting possible disorder. has a history of good race re- 2 DR SES Hu4 iN MACE the people of Hoa Thu as part of its civic action ef
    Commissioners seat in 1965, lations fort.
    he emerged as the candidate When Stokeley Carmichaelwas

    'y receiving the highest numberof scheduled to visit -.--.
    votes in the City-Wide Pri- Bethune-Cookman College a

    mary Election. Under a new few months ago, some local f .

    City-wide Zone setup, he was citizens called an emergency .,'

    subjected to the, approval of meeting in an attempt to bar

    residents of all zones,not Just the "Black Power Advocate."

    his own neighbors. While local white lawyers and Colorful Scenic ..



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