The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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44, No. 49 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1967 GES 15&

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4 Hundreds of jobs are now They will be paid $1.25 per
AY I P A awaiting Dade's unemployed hour.

Negroes --, made possible bya The trainees will also .be
JOBS program formulatedby eligible for academic trainingas
the Equal Employment Opportunity well as School Board's
Task Force of the Linsey Hopkins Center, and
Community Relations Board. when the training Is finished,

Frank Cannon,executive director the companies will employ
4 11 g3r of Metro's Equal Em- many of them, while others
_. ployment Opportunity Task should have enough skills to
Force said, "We have binding make their way with other employers -

commitments from Industryfor .
several hundred jobs." The Task force hopes to

L Applications should be sent have 300 persons in trainingby
to "JOBS" in Miami -- the Sept. 5, and plans to expandthe

Task Force center to match program.
people with job openings. Ne- Backing the drive are such -
groes or- whites may apply. organizations as the Urban
'II I)' League, EOPI, Florida State FRANK CANNON JR.
Som e of the opportunitiesare
1.RR Employment Service and the ity effort to meet a communityneed.
with Metro, but most of
Miami-Dade Chamber of .
GOV. KIRK SIGNS' FLORIDA ANTI-DISCRIMINATION\ BILL them are with private employers Commerce.In "The community should
mostly in categories requiring -
a report on the new programs take pride In this fact and
.Here's. the signing ceremony of State Bill/ 101], as Gov. Claude Kirk Signs into /law low skills and paying to the County Commission should be grateful that so many

the measure thaw no state agency will/// practice discrimination in any phase of state from $1.40 to $2.50 per hour Metro Manager Porter agencies, both public and pri-

employment by reason of race, color, sex, religious creed or national origin. The Task Force has agreements Homer ,said, "It is importantto vate, have been willing to par-

From left to right, Sen. Lee Weissenborn/ introducer of bill in Senate; Sen. Ralph companies from a number to provide of major a recognize "JOBS" rep- ticipate in this 'needed pro-
co-introducer of the bill Ronald resents a massing of communRiviera- "
Poston; Sen. Richard Stone, ; Young representingthe month's intensive training for gram.

ministers laymen voter registration committee; Rep. Dick Pettigrew; and Rep. would-be workers who lack

Ken Myers, a prime mover of the bill in the House. Jimmy Weissenborn stands in jobs and skills to get them,

front of Sen. Poston.Meetings. Beach
- -- -

Proposed SEEKING A ,JOB? Flareup Cools

Eight out of 10 Negroes today caught up in the meal- .,
strom of frustration and despair will tell you their prob- .
Rock bottle tos- Tallahassee, leaving the
lems can be solved with a good job.A good Job means a ,
O.nDistrietsd" good home and a better life sing, a few molotov coktails, warning that'violence will not ..;
several gunshots and two fires be tolerated In Florida \'f
Dade are beginning to realize the
County employers
'i>: of the a fair chance to land a'ri marked.the riot which erupted Moore said he conferred ..J
.. *:35CM roll'sproposa1tbat The board took no,actionoiy I importance. giving .f unday, nigbt ,at Riviera '
food Job?Under the prodding of Metro's Equal Employment :.:I I. k .'.vitfcp 01 f ova*'Chief William .\
candidates the proposal at the meeting :
Metro Commission Beach, just north of West Palm Barnes about Kirk's curfew, "
Opportunity Task Force headed by Frank Cannon,
return to the old system of Tuesday, but beginning in Beach.
decided it
Jr. hundreds of Jobs are being made available for proposal was '
ap- \
October three public hearings ,
election within! districts has The ruckus was touched off "not the best thing to do."
been referred to Metro's each a month apart will be held plicants. Several major companies have agreed to pro- when a white deputy tried to
Charter Review Board for fur- ini the north, south and central vide training for those who lack job skills. serve a warrant in, of all Two Negroes were arrest..
ther study. parts of the county. Last Sunday the Miami Herald did an excellent special places, the Blue Heron bar, ed by police Monday night.One
"The and Jobs" in its magazine section -
report on Negro
The present system, which Those opposing Carroll's favorite watering hole for the was chargedofcarryingacon-
that this frank and informative appraisalof
into In 1963 plan contend that it promotes Feeling local citizenry. cealed weapon and conspiringto
came operation ,
the situation should be read Negro in Dade
allows that candidates must regionalism and factionalismon every West Pal m Beach, Mayor comfit arson, and a juvenilewas
live in the district from which the commission. Negroes County, The Miami Times arranged with Herald senior Reid Moore, Jr., on Tuesday charged of assault and
but are contend it is the only way they managing editor George Beebe to circulate the magazine declined Gov. Claude Kirk's battery.
they campaign, they
section with this week's Times. Be sure to read it if youhaven't
to be I Arson Involved
elected on a countywide vote. could ever expect represented suggestion to impose a cur- was "definitely" -
on the commission. already.Stokely. few on the city, "because the in the two fires that
local insurance Since the coming of Metro .. situation does not warrant it flared during the riots Sunday
Carroll, a -- - - --- -
executive also requested that government 10 years ago, and it would unduly alarm the night in nearby Riviera Beach,
the eight, Metro Commission some commissioners were citizenry. I'm optimistic that a sheriff's department official
districts be reapportioned to elected county-wide, some Rants OnStokely we have passed the blow- told Kirk.
give racial minorities"fairer from districts,and some within up point," he said. One of the fires destroyedthe
chance" at representation on the boundaries of the larger Kirk flew b the troubled city Mulling Lumber Companyin
commission. cities. Carmlchael report- ple In the United States will from Calif., at 2 a.m. Tues- the Negro section of the city,
edly said to a Havana news not pick up guns to fight the day. After conferring city and the other damaged a beer
conference Tuesday that Black Vietnamese. and county officials he left for truck.

Freak To Address Power advocates "are movinginto
Stinky urban guerrilla warfarein
I the United States."

Stite Htws M.dia "We have no alternative but
to use aggressive armed violence l 'r
.. u in order to the land
own ,
Stanley St. pub- Conference on the News Mediaand
L. ,
houses and stores inside our
Crisis" at the
lisher of the Louisville Defender the
communities and to controlthe
and of Dupont Plaza Hotel coordinated -
past president
politics of those communities ,
Pub- by the
the National Newspaper "
said Carmichael.
League of B'nai B'rith. ,
lishers Association will address
a news media confer- Recent events have drama- Felix Greene, a British ,
ence here August 10. tized the need for discussionand writer, covering the Congressof

Stanley will be the luncheon evaluation of the role of the Revolutionary Organi- __ {
speaker at an all day Florida newspapers, radio and tele- zation of Latin American Solidarity JI
vision in reporting events involving in Havana, for the San ,
community tensions. I
Francisco Chronicle, reported -
Law enforcement and gov- Carmichael's statements in

ernment officials will be represented a,telephone dispatch to the
at the conference Chronicle.

which begins at930a.m., luncheon -
at noon and adjourn- Carmichael declared,
ment at 5 p.m. Greene's dispatch reported,

joining the sponsorship of that black power gurrillas s..
"must develop a consciousness 2h
the are Sidney
Ansln of WCKT TV, Clarke so that when people who t "
Ash, Miami News; Joseph are struggling get killed, the .
Brecbner WFTV Orlando; retaliation will be against the y

Jack Kassewltz, Miami News; leaders the West." Watermelon day at FAMU staff members during the fes- Patty Ann Ball, Jacksonville;; ;,

C. Edward pierce, Florida We are not waiting for themto Summer fun reached a new tival. The six coeds above Dianne Spratley Miami; Mona
Managing Editors Associa kill us. We will move to kill peak during the annual water- were In charge of cutting the Bethel, Tampa; and Felicia
tion; Ray Reuster, Florida UPI them first -.or rather,we are melon cutting at Florida AAM watermelons. They were: TiritllU, Paterson, N. J. t
Broadcasters; and Ken Small, working toward that goal!" University recently Over 250 Patricia Thompson (left), FAMU staff photo by Ernest "
Florida Association of Broad Greene reported that Car- watermelons were consumedby Jacksonville; KrlsSchwendeaj fUlyau., I

FRANK L. STANLEY casters. michael said that black peo- FAMU students,b.cultyand Oak Harbor, Washington;



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2 YHE'MU'MrVlMEV'Fri'croy.: August' 4.167

I Effort to Improve- Ne..,roes Economic Opportunities. to fie BroadenedChicago

July 11"Operation finding visits determine Negro boycotts, if necessary. promotion, the SCLC program cial institutions; and help develop to produce 60,000 new jobs a
Breadbasket," aprogramto employment at the target SCLC says that since "0p- will request that business new markets for Negro year for Negroes, Mr. King
increase Negro employment companies and will subse- eration Breadbasket" began]i offer more training opportunities products and services.Mr. said. "We see no reason for
initiated by Martin Luther quently attempt "education King said that other the American Negro to
of in Atlanta it has brought t:: for,Negroes; locate businesses i- pour
King, Jr.'s Southern Christian employers as to Negroes'rights $22,000,000 in annually in Job:s in areas "whereNe- companies and other indus- his spending power of $30 bil.
Leadership Conference, will and needs.ThenSCLC to Negroes It claims the 1, groes can take advantage of tries, in addition to those named lion a year into industries and
be expanded to 42 cities,with.wijl try to negotiate more and Chicago program has resultedin I: new job openings;" help stimulate would also become targetsof companies and stores which
Negro populations :oTirioW.I better jobs and promotions forNegy 2,200 Jobs and $15,000,000in Negro ownership and the drive. He said SCLC has deny him employment or relegate
than 100,000. '. '.. ""> : I...1. est. if SCLC isn't satis- annual salaries since April, management of business already started gathering information him to menial labor at low
fled with the outcome,he said, 1966. through the granting of fran- on the pharmaceutical wages, with no hope for
it may resort to "direct In addition to promotingmore chises and dealerships;trans industry. advancement," Mr. King con-
economic action," including Negro employment and fer accounts to Negro finan The SCLC program hopes cluded.

Does Coca-Cola have the taste

..., -

you never get tired of?

A >!\ '
'ntl : :
II. .'

Mr. King made this announ- Is ? '

meeting cement after held at a the three-day Chicago it always refreshing ? : ;

Theological Seminary, where ,
150 Negro clergymen from 42
cities met' with leadersof
SCLC to plan the "Bread

:basket" drive. Do things better with Coke
Mr. King said pilot pro- go
prams In Atlanta and Chicago

lad'the proved time has successful come for us and to
expand 'Operation Breadbastet' after Coke after Coke. ?

on a nationwide scale." r ,ur ...... -r.m ..... ,

Mr. King also named some i'" ) ,;ii-fJ.y!::' 1"1,
target companies that will be
approached as part of the expanded
drive. The target com-
panies named by Mr. King Ask assistant veterinarian Harold Murphy. Let him tell you. Write Mr Harold Murphy P.0. Box 5390, Metropolitan Station,Los Angeles, Calif.90055
were General Motors Corp.'
he said the companies were
chosen "not because their
f records of fair employmentire

necessarily different from 4w ..
the records of other com- p*

Large numbers of Negroes
guy from each of these companies -
according to Mr.King. ..
!He asserted that Negro buyersf 4c
cars spell "the difference
Between profit and loss" for
:3M. He estimated that Kellogg
sells 15% of its cereal pro-
lucts to Negroes and said this
proportion is even higher for
Xationa 1 Dairy and Del Monte
products. Mr. King said SCLC /
representatives will contact
:he food companies within the
lext few weeks and will see G M t
)efore its fall model produc-
:ion starts.
Mr. King said that SCLC i\
representatives will make fact


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 4, 1967 3

Landlords Urged loHelp Evicted en an Is

It was decided Friday by court of last resort," said regular meeting of the committee for non-payment of rent, said I
Dade's public agencies deal- committee chairman Haley Charles Feltus, representing
ing with housing to Invite pri- Sofge, who also heads the Mi the poverty program Joe
vate landlords l and rental ami Housing Authority the new Negro spokesmen complained Nato, Metro code enforce-
agents toworkwiththemonthe Metro Department of Housingand that some of the families ment officer, reported that
problem I of housing low-in- Urban Development.It evicted had no place togo, some landlords who had been
come tenants who face evic- would enable us to engage and asked why public housing cited for code violations were
tion. every resource to work on the could not take them; Sofge re- moving out families to make
problem.." plied that available public repairs
Y The Inter-Agency Reloca- housing units are earmarked
tion Committee willattempttoset private owners and rental for occupancy by persons dis- Landlords must give tenantsat
up a central clearing office agents will be Invited to meet placed by public action, such least three days' notice before -
that would be notified In Friday with the committee as expressway construction, they can evict them. The
advance when a family is forced persons from lowincomeareas Urban Renewal clearance and relocation committee aims at
to move. who brought up the ques- code enforcement. But he saidit having the landlords also
"This would be a sort of a tion of eviction Friday at the would make exception for notify a clearing office which
families in emergency situations could get local agencies to assist -
tenants in finding another
New Welfare Office place to live, or arrange to
Most evictions being madein have them remain by finding
-....--- -- A Opened. in South Dade low-Income areas today are means to pay the back rent.
The combined effort of tin) veloped a bill that called for
EOPI administrative staff,thE i the removal of the $85 maximum -
Wife of Marcus Gar ve V advisory boards of the EOPi I and to allow larger pay- Don't Fail To See.....
neighborhood centers and thE i meats to larger families. The
Here For lecture Tour county administration,has resulted bill was adopted by the house,
in the opening of a nev r but was, vetoed by the Gover-
South Dade Office of the Dad i nor. "THE NAKED FACE I
Mrs. Amy Ashwood Garvey, widow of the late Marcus Gar County Welfare at Cutlet According to reliable
vey, and[ co-founder of the Universal Negro Improvement
Ridge. sources, it is possible that a
sociation (UNIA) in Jamaica in July 1914, arrived here last OF POVERTY"AN
bill the welfare maximum
new on -
of the who
Friday, from Jamaica.She Many people once
worshiped on Sunday at Mt. Zion Baptist Church where had ,to find transportation t oforr I may not be forthcoming
she found the services very gratifying, she said. She enjoyed get to the welfare office at least two years. EOPI DOCUMENTARY
meeting the Rev. E. T. Graham and his congregation.MrsGarveyexpects downtown Miami have now
to spent six months in the United been relieved of that added FOOD STAMP PLAN Tuesday August 8
States. She Is an internationally known writer, lecturer and burden. The South Dade office ,
traveler in her own right. She will start a lecture tour address is: 20033 South Dixie The Florida State Welfare 9:30 to 10:30
Board has adopted the Federal
throughout America after establishing permanent head- Highway, and the phone number
Food Stamp Program that is
is 238-9721.
quarters. currently operating In forty Channel 2 i
Some of the topics on which she will speak are: "What
six other states.
America Has Done For the World," "Africa's Birth Pain," WELFARE PAYMENTS *
"Africa and the Western World," "The Caribbean, New Na EOPI representatives have
tions." Through the efforts 0 f the worked with the local welfare HEAR A PANEL DISCUSSION FEATURING:
"Anywhere a voice is needed to support or challenge the neighborhood centers, many authorities to encourage its
Interest of the underprivileged, the voice of Amy Ashwood AFDC mothers appeared before early implementation in Dade RICHARD WEATHERLEYEOPI
Garveyls heard," She said. Dade County legislatorsand County. Executive DirectorDR.
In an interview Mrs. Garvey said:"Ihave lived long enoughto presented a petition askingfor
see many nations of the world grow on the foundation of the increased welfare assistance This plan would replace the H. FRANKLIN WILLIAMS
UNIA and absorb its principles. It has inspired and Influenced that would comprisewhat present surplus food plan,and President EOPI Board of Directors
nobler lives, and generated power Into the soul of the indi the pointed out to be a allow the AFDC recipient to
vidual. base necessities budget. select 1 their own food from
"Until today it stands as a great monument.It is ratifyingfor Later, the legislators de- local participating markets, SAMUEL MONCUR
me.n the co-founder- of the UNIA. to see the results of theaims where they would receive Neighborhood Services Coordinator 1
and objects'for which Marcus Garvey lived, fought, and African Nobel twelve dollars value,for each
died." two dollar food stamp.
Mrs,'Garvey Is also the political advisor to the third political .
power in Jamacla, the Jamaica United[ Party. The peopleare Peace Prize \
accepting and encouraging its vibrant, vigorous leader, ..............................

the man from the people, Marcus Alexander Hamilton. Winner Buried
To commemorate the memory of this great prophet, Mrs. : FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS :

Garvey is launching the Marcus Garvey Benevolent Founda- Groutville, South Africa- AT MODERATE RATES .
tion and[ the Garvey International Friendship Circle in Jamaica Cries of "Uhuru" (freedom)
West Indies. echoed through the cane-lined CALL
The aim of the Foundation is to create an atmosphere of valley of the Umvotl River .
love, amity and understanding among all people regardless of Sunday as thousands of Afri- o ....e.. O
race, color, creed or nationality; to create and support all cans paid last tribute Albert
Welfare Agencies, and to Influence and channel the youths of John Luthull, one of their own. : BONDED 1 La'i' "
the world toward a better tomorrow; to work in conjunctionwith Ex-Chief Luthuli, banished ;
any or all organizations for the regeneration of the un- by South Africa's all-white _
married mother and her child; to provide and establish homes government for the last seven ': RENTAL
and farms, to clear the streets of neglected tramps and beg years of his life to this small
gars wherever the Foundation functions.The town overlooking the green
foundation w from time to time establish Boards, com Umvoti valley, was laid to rest AGENCY
mittees and commissions to investigate,recommend and apply in the graveyard of the Con- '
means and ways to destroy, assist or support any issue that gregational Church.
may affect the good and welfare of man. The 1960 Nobel peace Prizewinner
Garvey vowed to win his race its destiny, died July 21 after be- INC
To life them up from Ignorance and Hell; ing struck down by a freight 19m :
With deathless courage, fashioned victory, train while crossing a small i.8733
Fighting unequalled fight..what if he fell? bridge on the way to his home.
He's gone 'tis true, but History yet will tell He was 68, half blind and deaf.A -r-- ............................sssss :
That Marcus Garvey did his work and well. crowd estimated to number
-Amy Ashwood Gavey 7,000 with a few hundred' THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING' RENTAL AND MANAGE- .

whites included, was present, MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND :
forthe, ceremonies.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 4, 1967Offlc.i

J T To Be Equal it

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,Ave. Miami,.Flo.33147 Phones 1
6530NW 15th 691-0421 \
by Whitney M. Young Jr. By Booker T. Hayes \ \ ,
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor The Search For
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
Hunger U.S.A.
Member of th. Notional Newspaper Publishers Association ,
Personal QualityPART
Do you know that here in America, in the world's richest
SUBSCRIPTION RATES country, people are starving?
I'm not talking about famine In India,or hunger in countries VI FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE

/Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post many miles away, without adequate food production. I'm talk-
Office at Mlomt, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Ing about the U.S.A., which throws out more food in a day than Practical experience is more harsh than school and home.
many countries eat in a year.A It is ruthless but effective. We need not merely learn thingsby
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" team of doctors returned from Mississippi and told Con- chance or under compulsion, but to develop the ability to i
The,NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best I.oel gress that the health of poor children there was"pitiful"and extract the broadest meaning from our observation of the how
the world from racial) and national antagonism when It accords "unbelievable." They said that many children werel/sufterfng and why things. One of the most valuable human rights available -
to every man regardless of His race, creed or color his from hunger and disease and directly or indirectly they are '
excellence is the right to
human and legal to the person seeking correct
rights. Hating no man, '.orln, no mon-the dying from them. "
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that errors revealed by experience.This .
A health survey of children entering theHeadStart programin
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is hold I back.
Shelby County Tennessee, found that almost half suffered
from "a mild anemia which would correct itself with better is a good timeto scrutinize the virtures taken for granted -
food in our society. Do they need to be restatedreviewed,and
'IDt ditor'5 ottbOOh In thousands of homes adults and children skip meals and encouraged. William James told students of Stanford University -
make do with dinners of grits and bread,never eating the milk, in 1906: "The world, is only beginning to see that the
Ye Editor returned home on last Sunday afternoon by Eastern meat and fruits needed for nourishment. wealth of a nation consists more than anything else in the num-
Airlines after a week's vacation In Washington and a visit to The situation has become so bad that the Office of Economic ber of superior men It harbors." A democratic, equalitarian
the International Exposition in Montreal,Canada.Accompanying Opportunity has granted a million dollars to pay for food society does not find it easy to applaud the superior individual -
him was his grandson, Russ Jollivette, who had been at stamps for people who can't afford them in some Southern It fears that praising the one it belittles the other, and
home visiting the family and is now enroute to school in New counties. But this program is an emergency one limited to the that somehow seems to be undemocratic.

York., in Washington we spent two days with grand daughter next few months.
Regina Frazier and her husband, Ronnie. There are two kinds of federal food programs for the poor. Every person of quality gives something of advantage to his
The Fraziers seem to be doingweU. Mrs. Frazier, a Phar- In one, surplus foods are distributed.In the other, food stampsare country, but before the country can appreciate these gifts it
macist, is employed at Peoples Drug No. 13, In the shopping sold to the poor who can turn them in to local stores to must learn this. A society only produces great men in those
district, while Mr. Frazier, an architect, is with Berla and purchase food having greater value than the cost of the stamps.: fields in which it understands greatness.Quality and excellencemust
Abel Architects.On The Catch is that, although these are federal programslocal be Inspired by people who expect high performance of
authorities must ask for one of the programs, ana men ad- themselves as well as others. The best thing to give an under-
Sunday ye Editor enjoyed worshipping at the 10:00 a.m. minister It, deciding who qualifies for them.A s a result, most graduate at this time is encouragement toward developmentof
service in the church of St. Stephen and the Incarnation, 16th I poor people don't participate in the program.In South Carolina, quality, and Inspiration in hissearchfor it. The best wish
and Newton Streets N. W., the Rev.Wm.Wendt, rector. The, for example less than 2 percent of the poor took part in we can give the graduate is the capacity for continued growth.
preacher was the Rev. Phillip R. Newell, Jr., a Presbyterian federal food programs. In all 15 Southern and border states,
minister. He Is an urban minister at large for the Washing more than 3 million poor people had no access to any federal
ton area, being supported by many denominations. Ye Editor food program and in the areas that had such programs, only Inability to appreciate the need for personal devotion the
was pleased to be invited to read the gospel and to administerthe 1 million out of 7 million poor took part in them. idea of excellence, either individually or, through those we
chalice. Another problem comes from the inability of many persons might stimulate toward it, may bring on that saddest state of
A large congregation was present.Atthe coffee hour a most to afford even the cheap food stamps. Many thousands of Negro intelligent beings. Regret for what might have been, when it
interesting film on the communion service was seen. sharecroppers have been forced off the land, replaced by is too late to take another path. The question is revelant to
On Monday Ye Editor was the guest of niece Edith Wars and machines, and they exist outside the money economy. It doesno to be?" There is no need to become cast down if we do not at
husband Charleswhere he spends most of his time while visi- good to tell them that if they buy $11 worth of food stamps, once attain the super-best. It is a good thing to strive for excellence -
ting Washington. Edith, who has been in government servicefor they can get $45 worth of food at the local market they Just but we must realize that the best possible is not too
many years is now enjoying retirement. don't have the $11. bad.
Federal officials have given reasons for the inability of the
Grandson, Russ went to New York today to register for present system to reach all those in need. They point to the Most of life is lived by batting averages, not by perfect
Summer School. He will bebacktomorrowand we will be pre- ultimate responsibility of state and county officials who con- scores; The res ear c scientist does not expect that every
paring for our visit to Elpo 6'1 this afternoon Ye Editor Is the trol the program at the local level. Now,Congress is about to hypothesis he sets up will prove out. The financier does not
guest of his brother, Fred Reeves and his wife Jessie at the enact emergency relief to individuals suffering from lack of expect that every investment will return a maximum dividend.
Flagship Seafood Restaurant, followed by sighting and food. People live by making plans and by putting forth efforts that
spending the night at their home. Food stamps should be made available free to all who need are, so far as they can see, in line with the results they want.
It's Tuesday, Russ visited friends in Baltimore.Returning, them, and if local authorities abuse their power, federal of- Then they revise their plans and improve their performanceas
he reports a very enjoyable visit. ficials should decide who gets the stamps. Existing federal experience dictates. We need fear only one failure in life.

Ye Editor spends the day with the Wars. During the after- agencies can handle food distribution to the poor in these Not to be true to the best quality we know. There is a certain
noon he goes with them to pick up a new 1967 Chrysler, and areas, and If they are unwilling to take on this burden, then the satisfaction in trying, even if we do not succeed perfectly. As
makes a tour through surburban MarylandWe Red Cross or other agencies should be delegated the task.It Robert Browning put it in Robbie Ben Ezra I aspiredto
is obvious that many local authorities have no Interest in be and was not comforts me."

call Miami to find out how things were going on at home. feeding the poor. It has evenbeen suggested poor Negroesin
some Southern states are being starved out as a way of forc-
Wednesday afternoon we went to Georgetown to see the
ing them to migrate to the North were their newly gained votes
'A Man for all Seasons'from the play by Robert Bolt.
Enjoyed the two-hour show. can't hurt the local politicians. Phil Ossofer
These states have exploited Negro labor and now that mech-
Following dinner pack our bags,as we leave at 8:40 tomor-
row morning for Montreal. anization is widespread they don't. need the Negro labor. So Dr. George Washington up with a clear Jelly he called
Boarding a Northeast Yellow Bird we are at our destination food has become a weapoi in the racist arsenal. We are too Carver said that there was "Vaseline." which named be
during early afternoon.Following registration at the hotel rich a nation to tolerate such horrible situation. Immediate i value in so-called useless probably derived from the
Embassy Terrace, we dined and went shopping for souvenirs, action must be taken to change it. weeds as well as in the many German word for water and the
at the underground shopping center In Place Ville Marie. cultivated plants given us by Greek word for olive oil. To
our Creator. An example of test its healing power be Inflicted -
how "useless" oroducts have hundreds of cuts and
On Friday we took a tour of the city of Montreal; visitingthe LET'S TALK POLITICS been found to be valuable to hu- burns on his hands, leaving
Notre Dame Church, 140 years old. Notre Dame" an enor- manity Is seen in the story of scars that remained with him
mous building, 260 ft. long and 132 feet wide. The two sides Vaseline, adiscovery of all his life. Having ,found his
up to the lower part of the roof are 60 feet high and the facade By NORMAN, E. JON J"Rlspolsl&le" Robert Chesebrough., a product to be effective,he gave
on Notre Dame street is 115 feet high.TWO square towers are Brooklyn chemist.In many samples away to adver-
215 feet high. There are 4,968 peaks. Seven thousand peoplecan Negro Leaders tise it, and soon it was na-
be accommodated. The interior of this beautiful edifice is 1859, when Chesebrough tionally known.
trimmed with 23/4 karat gold leaf-my,what a beautiful sight was specializing In the scienceof
Serve Two MastersTwo
it is. refining coal oil into kero- Years later when he became
Other most interesting sites on our tour were the Mt. Royal sene, he heard about the dis- ill with pleurisy in his late fifties
and Tussand Wax Museum, presenting over 85 wax figures "Synthetic-artificially, created, white governmental covery of petroleum in Pen- he ordered his nurse to
from London Including the"Chamber of Borrows,""Fair- endowed and supported' Negro leaders dominated the scenesin sylvania. Deciding to cash in cover his entire body with
land," and famous persons, dead and alive.. the recent "economic protests." Community rela- on this new industry, he went Vaseline, and he made a rapid
tions director James Hammond and Tampa Chapter NAACP to the oil fields where he heard recovery
It's Saturday following breakfast we board the Montreal President Robert Gilder; both of whom are trying to serve two the oil drillers cursing an oil

Metro new subway for the universal and international'exhibition masters. residue called "rod wax"that When he lay on his deathbedla

of 1967. There are more than 100 pavilions. You ride and Their positions in the Negro community automatically had to be constantly cleaned 1933 at the age,of 96,Chese
'ride and ride some more. Then you walk and walk, and walk charges them with the responsibility of the welfare of the Negro from pump rods to insure their brough attributed his, long life
come more. There is certainly a lot to see too much' for one proper operation. Although
community, the two maintain a tight control of the com- to, the practice of (swallowing
visit. It is mid to be the workfibiggest exhibition ever: held. munications between the Negro community and the governmental oil workers hated this extra a tablespoonful Vaseline
Some 600 amateur groups- 30,00 extertalnen of all ages power structure, both are given unlimited outlets in labor they found that rod wax every day.
from all over the world are participants to Expo' festivities. was an ideal remedy for healing
public media, print and broadcast; both have been cited, pre- -
sented citations, awards for their work. Both were cited for and burns. When I read of such discoveries
Sunday, at 8 a.m. we are off to church. Ross goes to Roman "outstanding services in the "holocast" which, struckTampa.The Involving so-balled
Cathedral and Ye Editor toth.AnglIcuCath4dr1.At'1i15 pra I.Ir. Chesebrough a box of useless: items,becoming beneficial -
we' leave Embassy? penthouse 14, on our way Jto Eastern Air governmental structure "continues ,to "Endow"them rod wax b ac k to his labora to'mankin4, J thick of the

line*. Russ got off at New York where fee attends ccnool.. Ye with "leadership" of the Negro community,In spite,of their tories with the purpose of discovering Scripture la.Psalms 118:22..
'Editor continues oa the jDight to Miami where be meets white governmental structure: and the Negro community,whom, and refining the healing "The stoke which the builders
deputation from the family awaiting' ida. arrival during the they served best is illustrated by their total ejection of the months substance within it. After :refused li become the bead
,a1t tpeoo. '\f Negro community, I and their continued warm embrace by the of research he came stone of the corner"

f: "; I governmental structure. r .
HEAR YEt HEAk'YEI" potential economic de elopiD Dt 01' .
/ James Hammond, in addition tohis$11,000 annual salary as A community relations director such lards full
One and all; please do not fall to read and digest information community relations director, is the owner and operator of the time Z. hour a day Job, and Is of with importance a .
' found >n.the Miami Herald's Sunday Magazine,also foundin Hammond Electric Company, a thriving and most remunerative the undivided attention or sufficient to deserve
, this weeks issue of your Miami Times. company, which demands a tremendous amount of his time a betrayal of trust of the the director anything less is
Yec, read, mark and learn this valuable information. thought and energy, a prime example of free-enterprise and to represent. Negro community be is uWosed


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 4, 1967 5

Readers Speak, Out. IEOPI Legal Services "TIle Black Power

,- ... ConferenceA


; View From Inside"By
Recently, our Legal Services Program was praised by Pre-
sident Johnson. He stated that "the program has helped the

,- _.)-'''''''.' .-. -, '-,7 neediest among our people cope with wrongs that hey: Just had Correspondent L. H. StantonAs

to tolerate before." Admist a climate of criticism this helps a black man, as well as a reporter, from Inside the his

_i Letters to the Editor those of us working in the program to feel grateful for the opportunity toric convening of black Americans from all walks of life, from
to serve our fellowman The President further statedto every political ideology and with the widest range of ideas on

the members of the Bar that"this was my reason for taking how America must be dealt with for meaningful change, I was
Believes Riots Are EffortsOf time out on a busy day to c o m e over to tell you that your literally awed at how everyone entered into soul-stirring dia-

President is proud of you and that your nation is better be- logue in the 15 workshops set up for the conference. Considering -

Communists InfiltrationI cause of you." Lawyers today are accepting their obligationsto how many of those groups were previously committed to

society very seriously and rendering many services gratu- having no talks with others of supposedly opposite views, it

preface this article that I teacher itously to individuals as well as the community. seemed a miracle for these black men and women to be so uni-
by saying am a Negro, a .
and a wife of a minister, here in Dade County. I came to Miamito fied.All
This week's topic will concern Itself with what is seemed to ,
live, when my husband acceptedacallto the ministry here. commonly one thing- that people who some
We have two children, a boy and a girl. In view of the rumors called paternity suits. These are court proceedings broughtby In Am er i tea persecute solely because they are black, must
unwed mothers in order to secure payment of medical and unite under that banner of blackness and fight the adversarywith
are being spread here in Miami, I wish that my own name
not be identified with this article. hospital expenses incident to the birth of the child and to se- a common front. even though that struggle may be with

This article is aimed at every God-fearing American citi- cure payment of medical and hospital expenses incident to the variant tactics, dependent upon our own particular political
birth of the child and to secure support thereafter. The action bent
zen, and I pray that the words I write will be taken in, masti- or persuasion.
must be brought by a single woman who is pregnant or has de- I three at the
cated and digested thoroughly by each who reads it or hears it spent days conference, which was headquartered -
read. livered a child in this state and accuses a named person of a t the Cathedral House of the Episcopal Diocese of

being the father. Circuit Court of Dade County has Jurisdiction Nowark. (This "neutral" group was important to the gathering

While I am presently a resident of Miami, I am a native of over these types of legal proceedings. The questions that together of so disparate a group. Thus, Bishop Leland Stark

Detroit, Michigan. Needless to say, I have lived, vicariously, the court has to determine are whether or not the accused is deserves great credit for his contribution in this regard.) My
through the hours of agonizing rioting that has taken place the father? time was divided among three different workshops this;wash;

there this past week.- for my parents,grandparent, brothers, most unusual because all participants were required to spend
sisters and other relatives live there. I have been moved to Blood tests maybe allowed upon the alleged father's request. their full three days pursuing the same topics with the same

share my thoughts on this situation because of my sincere be- These may aid in the showing of parenthood but they do not people. At the conclusion of this arduous thought period, they

lief in the dignity and worth of mankind, and because I wish to necessarily determine it. First and last these tests are but were to come up with some new ideas and some meaningful

urge the people of Miami not to fall into the same throes of evidence of the fact they are not the fact itself. They do not recommendations to be submitted simply for spirit and essenceto
terror. prove who is the parent of a child they may prove who is not. the conference body at large, which was merely an ad hoc

I am of the firm belief that these disturbances are efforts of group for study and discussion purposes. Many of the people

Communist Infiltration into our country. My reasons are as The father of an illegitimate child is bound to contribute to with whom I talked stated they had never worked so hard and
follows: its support only when the statutes of the state require him to enjoyed it so much in all their life. I was allowed the privi-

do so. It is not the same situation as when the child is the lege of moving about solely because I was another black bro

1. The attention of the entire world is upon warfare In VietNam legitimate offspring of legally married parents. A father who ther; not because I was member of the press. My only restriction -

Is a minor has the same responsibility as one of legal age. was that I not interview anyone except during regular

2. "Civil Rights" is so much in the news that it is highly press interview time.
acceptable reason to give to those who are willing to look no Some states have no law requiring support for illegitimate When I did talk with people about their reaction to the con-

further than,the surface of things, Further, it has been aimedat children.. For example in an effort to obtain such support in ference, every person seemed to feel thatbeing rt of so diverse -

the weak ,minded .. the uneducated, who really don't wantto Virginia, where there was no statute, a girl named Mary a group of black men and black women sitting down together

look any:Deeper,,and can be,persuaded that they should get brought an action against the natural gather.She had been en- was something they had never imagined.Since the con-
what they have always wanted t not by the "sweat of their gaged to marry the man, but after the birth of the baby the father ference's purpose was solely to have these kinds of black peo-
brows," but by methods of violence. had lost interest in the marriage. The only statute in the ple get together and talk about ways to em power our now-

3. The rioting is very widespread, and is occuring in large state at that time governing the liability of a father for supportof powerless'rt of American society, the meeting was a com-
cities, as indicated by news media. an illegitimate child was that he reponsible if the child plete success. A number of events, however, gave excitementand

4. The riots are truly seeds of hate that are causing Ameri- "shall be chargeable or likely to become chargeable to any created temporary problems, which, In the end, served to

cans to turn against Americans. county." That law, thecourts of Virginia held,was not enact- build-in more unity and a sense of common purpose.
5. Efforts have been made here in Miami to plant seeds of ed to relieve the mother from the expenses of maintaining the The most hair-raising event at the often-tense conference 1

hate between the American people and the Cuban people. It was child, but to relieve the county of that charge; therefore, the was the attack on the newsmen.As background,all press peo-
rumored that these people are taking away the Jobs of Negroesand father was not obligated to support because it did not appear ple were informed that they would have daily press conferencesin
other American citizens, because they will work for lower: that the child was likely to become a public chargeThe this otherwise closed convening on the the condition that,interviews i ;

wages, or even tha tte AmericanGovernment gives these people -, with participants be held only during designated X
money just for coming here -- while poverty exists in our hours. (This had come about as a compromise after some black

own land. Even, now, there is some resentment because of harshness and unfairness of this rule has in most instances participants strongly objected to any form of Interviews by the
these unfounded rumors. been set aside by the sympathy of courts. Some have so-called white press) This procedure was violated several

But the American people have not been told the whole story, ruled that the father of an illegitimate child,too young to care times by the press. and they were told that this was being

own land. Even, now, there is some resentment because of for itself, is under the non-statutory obligation to support it provocative. So, on Saturday afternoon when the press, itself,
these unfounded rumors. which may be enforced in an action brought by it through its created a disturbance by violating the agreement in a very

But the American people have not been told the whole story. next friend. damaging way, those who had objected totheirpresence from
the beginning stated to the officials that they wanted them all
(That is, the people of Miami in respect the Cuban people.)
removed from the conference for good.
They have not been reminded that Cubans are people Just as we Fortunately, Florida has a statutory provision for supportof

are, and that they have the same basic common needs as we an illegitimate child. The amount under the statute is: Birthto Not knowing that these men meant this seriously, the con-

do. They have not been told whatitwas really like in Com- sixth birthday $40 per month. Six years twelve years ference press people went ahead with the scheduled afternoon

munist Cuba, where the people had to, and still live in fear of $60 per month. Twelve years fifteen years $90. Fifteen interview session. I was In the room set aside for interviewing -

their lives. years eighteen years $110 per month.These monthly con- when a group of no more than 5 or 6 men came storming

tributions may be increased or decreased by the Judge at his in. Shouts of "white press get out" were heard. cameras

discretion. The Judge will consider two factors: (1)) The cir- were overturned .newsmen scrambled through windows. It
They haven't been reminded that freedom is a treasure, that cumstances. ((2)) The father's ability to pay. was an exciting three or four minutes with tot a I dam ..
has been fought and striven for by countless Americans who Next week the discussion will answer "who has custody of other than to camera equipment -- amounting to a couple of
believed that there could someday be "Liberty and Justice for "
an illegitimate: child? blood-stained newsmen and one small stool. The incident was

all". unfortunate in one way..and yet, as a black man from inside

r the conference, it was an understandable reaction by a few,
What better reasons do the weak-minded need than Racial who not only felt betrayed by the press at the conference, but

Segregation and Discrimination as a guise under which to Incite Dolphin Boosters Think White also had previously experienced irresponsible reporting by

rioting? And how easy it would be for the Communists to take their local press time and time again. ,

over our country while we are engaged in Civil War? Yet, these
same poeple have- pt observed the bar fact that they are de- Should I Not Be. Cut This,incident: ,,. conference's! mpstupsjettingone-- pro- (
? fed bya
jtqlffta i gaiyapk/w agent, Hjwas fpUqve Immediately
themselves of homes. They can't see into the problem ?
priving .?, o-, -w M ictjaexi plenrxe ston. ?. whje/e.all. the,dissident\ ,voices were heard.
of white homes that have
to the ratio
enough Sir
deeply ,compare, Dear ;
Emoti(oas.ran mghurp'risingjy ,one ot) ose considered mostmilitant
been are being destroyed in these riots. They can't see that it "' l <
; Charles'"X" of the so-called Mau Mau's
running Kenyetta ,
is their very own shelter, no less. It is enough for them to Last Monday,the Miami Dolptns,cut the fastest back
was the one that seemed to do most to bring reason and order
know that they are destroying the "white-owned" homes, in their camp. This boy answers to the name of Eugene White, I)
back to the conference.His reiteration of the fact that we were
stores and business establishments. a nativeof Miami. He is a graduate of Booker T. WashingtonHigh I
not there to concern ourselves with what was wrong with white
School and Florida A&M University
people, but to deal with the unity ofb 1 a c k people clearly .
Apparently they can't realize here In Miami that America's brought him into the rank of statesman in the eyes of all the
Being that that this boy, lives here in the Miami area we
outreach to theCuban people is a part of the percepts upon would think that the Dolphins would try, anyway possible, to pleased, but surprised delegates. From that point on until the
them to end of the conference it was hard work for all. Ladies on relief
which our nation stands. But God, please help see.I keep this fellow on their Football Team He would be a tremen- 1\
close plea by asking every American to search the from Rochester and many other cities were in caucuses 1
my dous boost to the attendance and most helpful to the team as a
depths of his heart, and read or reread the poem by Emma halfback. During his brief stay with the Dolphins, he scored with people like Alexander,Allen of the National Urban Leagueand
Lazarus that is inscribed on a tablet I the pedestal of the Sta- four touchdowns. Very little publicity has been given to Gene field workers from S.N.C.C. The Reverend Jesse Jack-

tute of Liberty: It is entitled "The NewColossus," and reads White and we as supporters of the Dolphins feel as though this son of Southern Christian Leadership Conference(Operation
Breadbasket), Black Muslims and Black Nationalists met with\
thusly boy wasn't given sufficient opportunity to prove himself.We .
corporation sponsored black executives on problems commonto
all black people and which must be answered for the good
"Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, think some one needs to contact Mr. D. Thomas, Mr. J'
of nation
with conquering limbs astride from land to land; Robbie and Mr. G, Wilson discuss and iron out certain per- our
all resolu-
Because this wasn an ad hoc discussion group,
sea-washed sunset gates shall standA that to linger within the Dolphins '
at sonal
Here our problems, appear tions submitted to this temporary body could only be received :
mighty woman with a torch, whose name training camp. for support of spirit and essence, giving voice support to those
Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name We, the people will support a winner. But when a club cuts already committed to those purposes or strategies.
Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand such good talent and keep lesser performing talent, we can
This achieved black unity ina tactical sense,yet bound no man ;
Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes commandThe only expect another losing season for the Dolphins,We can
felt counter to his
I organization to endeavor w h I c h he
or any
air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame guarantee to Dolphins a sale of fifty or better seasons,
choice. The one resolution endorsed by the conference -
'Keep ancient lands, your storied pomp!' cries she --. tickets, but if this is all they think of Miamians, then to Heck personal.. and apparently felt needed by all. was to identify all
With silent lips. 'Give me your tired, your poor, with the Dolphins. j
*\ "" black Americans as BLACK Americans, rather than as Ne- I
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, : ,
Thus, from inside the conference, this increased pride In j
these the homeless tempest-toss to me, Dolphins Booster Club
Send ,
blackness seemed to be the most refreshing new light of all.O.r .
I lily my lamp beside the golden door!' David Curry, Jr., president


6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 4, 1967 -
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"Dependence We can't play alone in the game of life. By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross
We're depending, my friend, on others; we can not "get by" ii

the struggle and strife, except for the help of our brothers!! a t ':"' The Richmond Heights Citizens Committee, headed by Mr.

Whatever we plan, or whatever we do, whatever:we give of our l Willie Redding, met with Mr.Haley Sorges of the Miami Housing -

best is meant to include all our fellow men too, and add U t Y. Authority last Thursday night, July 27,to discuss this com

the joy of the rest." ..I munity's opposition to the construction of a low-cost housing

project in this area.
William Cash, former Miam Ian was a recent visitor to our 4 Residents will be notified of upcoming meetings onthe issue.

city. William is the nephew of Glendina Cash Nobles. ;" Edward Waters College at Jacksonville is the destination of
Albert Brooks toured the Northeast and Canada. Then decided four young ladies,representing Martin Memorial AME ChurchAs

to continue his vacation at the Lucayan Beach Hotel, Grant i delegates to the State-Tri Sunday School Convention,

Bahama. But Charles (Popie) Williams chose Savannah they'll spend August 7 11, attending religion classes, ser-
Mrs. Ruth R. Williams of New York City is dividing her va- '' il ir vices, and planned social events. They are; GloriaAllen, Anita
cation with relatives and friends in Miami, Key West and Nas- ti1 Hannah, Geraldine Pinnacle, and Patricia Smith.

sau. Twelve mini friends helped little Elizabeth Marietta Thompson

celebrate her third birthday at a party on Sunday, July
It was most unfortunate that the Gray Line Tours' bus car ; 21. The party was given by her mother, Mrs. Una Thompson

rying the Fourettes of Philadelphia, skidded out of control 01 I I and her aunt, Miss Marietta Cooper.
the rainslicked Sunshine State Parkway on Monday. The 20(I Bethel Baptist Church will end its annual Vacation Bible

passengers, all women from Philadelphia,were returning from School with an awards program, Friday nightAugust4. Mrs.
a vacation in the islands. They were traveling to Lake Wales Clifford Howard (Mamie) served as the school's directress

and Cyprus Gardens before boarding a train for home, f Killian Senior, Linda Dallas, recently returned from a four-
Cynthia Bradford of New York City is visiting her aunt and day vacation in her native Palatka. Linda accompanied her

uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rooker. It started in Philadelphia, where it recently became the No. younger brothers, Anthony and David, to their grandmother'shome

1 record in WFIL radio, and now has spread throughout the there. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Dallas are their parents.Mrs. .

Masters Charles and Frederick McLendon visited their country. The name of the song is "Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Willard Green (Virginia) and her youngstersMarilyn(

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Brunson McLendon in Ocala; while! Pie" and it's sung by one of the most promising groups to 17, Vanessa 6, and Michael 5))are currently vacationing At-

Mommie, Bernadine (Carmen) and sister, Bernadine visited I emerge in a long while, Jay and the Techniques. lanta, Georgia. They are scheduled to return home(11630 SW

her aunt in Philadelphia for three weeks. papa Charles, kepi Jay and the Techniques, a sevenmember intergrated group 138th Terrace) on Monday following their 10-day trip.
the home fires burning from Allentown, Pa are destined for many, many more hits.
Besides Jay, the others making up the group are Karl !
Landis, 19; Chuck Crowl, 19;George Lloyd, 25;Ronnie Goosly, Billington
Back home is Hildredth Sands after a four weeks vacation 18; Dante Dancho, 19, and John Walsh, 19. All of them live in ..JY
with her sister in Brooklyn.Get Allentown and its environs. Drive EndsThe
well wishes to Ann Wiltshire, who is recuperating at
'joint Board 01 f
home after surgery at Christian; David Price at home; Robert PHI DELTA KAPPA CLOSES SESSION the Economic Advisory Opportunitj
Delaughter; Isabel Stirrup and Pearl Harris at Jackson; Rosa-
lyn Clark at Opa-locka General; Lawrence Crawford.Inez Alpha Delta Chapter of the tels, and private homes will Program, Inc., Neighborhood {
and Edward Watkins of Manhattan have returned to their National Sorority of Phi Delta be available. Centers, through and by its
closed its 1967 sessionat Along with the business sessions chairman, Fred Stapleton, an-
home after a delightful visit with her sisters, Mazie and Ear- Kappa
line Rogers. Toby's Restaurant with a of the sorority, there mounced the ending of the driv e

short business and a special are many special activitiesand precipitated by the sudden
retirement program honoring social highlights that will death of Avon Billington. This
From Chicago, Miss Elizabeth Newton, a retired electronics Soror lona H. Dukes.Soror M. be of interest to our delegatesand drive was conducted on a
and Mrs. Ella-Lue Meurkson. A social worker
employee Glover honored us as hostesson friends. house-to-house basis by the
Jetted to Miami for a family reunion. They were the house- this gala affair. The reflections Neighborhood Workers in the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin (Mable) Rogers of Opa-locka.
nine (9) EOPI Centers in Dade
S Tours-Old and
presented by o r o r G. They are Mrs. Sallie L. Dudley announce
Elizabeth is Mabel's sister and Ella-Lue a cousin. They returned -
Collie were very unique.Soror New City of New Orleans, La; County. the engagement of her
to Chicago on Wednesday. Heidt composed two beautiful Mississippi, River Boat Ride According to the chairman, daughter First Lieutenant
Travellers are returning- Adria Harrison from Univer- poems. A beautiful engraved and Post Conclave Tours to I the sum of $4,232.85 was Connie Leonia to Andre Neal.,
sity of Kansas; Zelma and Eddie Peters, Honolulu and Cali- realized. A certified check in ,
silver tray from the sororitywas colorful Mexico or Romantic He is the son of Mr and Mrs.
fornia; Thelma Outler, Gulf Port, Miss.; Ella Moncur, New presented by the basileus. Jamacia. Social highlightsget the amount of $1,000 has been Emanuel Neal Jacksonville I

ark; Hilry and Beatrice Gilbert and daughter, Marseille, visit Members and friends are acquainted hour, public delivered to toe family, to assist Andre and Connie attended
ed her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Mitchell at Salem, N. J. in paying off in- '
planning to attend the 44th annual reception; public meeting expenses Famu and are both serving in
Conclave which will con- luncheon and fashion show; curred during his last illness the USAF. The ceremony will
"Sand in their shoes"- Alma Jane Monan, Townsend, Ga.; vene in New Orleans, La., August formal banquet and dance. A and death. The remaining sum take place September 2 in the

Olivia Mungin and Emily Harris, Darien Ga.; Rosalyn Clark, 7-11 inclusive. The na- most enjoyable affair ford of 3,232.85, according to the chapel at Elmendorf AFB Anchorage -
Boston. vote of the board shall be usedto ,
oional officers, members an I everyone. Alaska.
Houseguesting with Dorothy and Jimmie Cooper are New friends will be housed in the Marjorie G. Rhodes, Basi- purchase a Kidney Treat-
Yorkers, Mary Brown and Dorothy Glover. Jung Hotel. Other hotels, mo- leus.A ment Machine, to be placed in THOSE HORRID
Rozina and Leonard Ashe are in their Liberty City home the 62nd Street Family Health AGE SPOTS
after a relaxing two weeks vacation in our Southernmost city, trip to Madison to attend the funeral of hercousin, AlbertDe Center of the Economic Opportunity -

Key West. Laughter, was Bernice Seller's reason for her abscence Program,Inc., in his .. I"R

Val Jane Collington is vacationing in Fort Myers with her from home. memory. k
grandmother, Mrs. Roxie Collington.Mrs. Members of the Musolites Club and their. friends are tour-

Lindsey Dukes of Bradentonis the nous eguest of ing the Pacific Northwest. flHESf ;)
Rowena Wilson. Take time to read "A Special Report: The Negro And Jobs
reproduced from Miami Herald's Sunday Magazine in our

Florida State Cosmetologists Seminar, (Teachers) meetingat : paper today. PRINTING FADE Weathered THEM brown OUT spots 'I Ihands 'Ii1
the De a u v I 11 e in a two week session brought many hair Mrs. Frances Johnson of New York, here for a muchneeded on the surface of your \ ,

stylists to this area. Guest artist, Ruth Wier, Phoenix; Fea- rest is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary Cash and niece, Mil- SERVICE world you're and face getting tell old-perhaps the be.

tured artists, Michael DeAngelo and Mr. Otto, Jacksonville; dred Dames. fore you really are. Fade them awaywith
Mr. Frank,St. Petersburg; Mr.Louis Thomas of Fashion Tressand I Herbert McDonald, brother of Asquith, died in Nassau on new that ESOTERICA breaks up masses,that of medicatedcream pigment
Opal Green King, of Miami. Among others attending an i July 23 and was buried July 30. on and the skin, makes hands look white

Mabel Reese and Wilma Green, St. Petersburg Ella Moncur,.I Among those in the city to attend the funeral of Anna Phillips the race young, neck again.and Equally arms. Not effective a cover on

Lurell Julius, Thelma J. McDonald, Opal King,Lydia Walker,,I Miller Saturday, July 29, were; Barbara Alston, Brunswick; up. Acts in the skin-not base for on softening It. Fra

Miami; Lilla D. Hodgins, Ft. Pierce; Carolyn Harris, Talla- Mr. and Mrs. Johnathan Williams, Mrs. Luella Johnson, Miami Times lubricating skin as it clears up those
hassee; Lady Ethel Speres, Panama City and Mr. Thomas i Cheryll Porter, Mrs. Rosa Mae Cummings,St.Simons Island, blemishes.SEND NO MONEY-7
Ga. Elmore and Florence Milkins West Palm Beach Mr. and
Johnson, So. Fallsburg, New York. ; ; Send name and address. Pay only $2.00on
Mrs. Andrew Phillips, Atlanta; Mrs. Inez Mathis, Glenda FOR All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS- arrival plus C.O.D. postage on guarantee .
Mathis, Mrs Anna M. Williams, Saginaw, Michigan Patricia you must be satisfied with first results
Home for the funeral of his mother, Mrs. C. Louise Clark, ; or return remaining Esoterica for
Abbott, Mr. Captain Phillips, Brunswick; Mrs. Elizabeth Gold- Call 691-0421 money back.Or save money. Send S2.00
McIntosh is career man Sgt. Danzil J. McIntosh who Is and
army we pay postage Same guarantee.
I wire, Quincy and Mr. Johnny Middleton, brother of the deceased -
presently stationed at Ft. Meade Md. In 1951 he was awardedthe MITCHUM COMPANY
Chicago. D.pl. IS-1,PARIS TENN. 3124J
Bronze Star Medal for bravery in action while fighting ii I
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald(Gwendolyn) Gary and soq Dwight
Korea. While earning a degree in electronical engineering al t
; and Bryan of Fayetteville, N. Y. are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
the Milwaukee School of Engineering,. he was inducted in tc
Samuel Cox at their 55th Terrace home,Alice and Sam Harri-
Alpha Mu Sigma Fraternity.His wife and two children are partand
: son entertained for the Gary's at their home.
parcel of the Washington, D. C. scene. To comfort their
Mrs. Mary Ann Wake is vacationing in Charlston, South
sorrowing father are David McIntosh, Jr. Mrs. Naomi Shep-
Carolina with and son-in-law Mr. and
daughter Mrs. Isaae
herd of West Palm Beach; Annibelle McIntosh a teacher al t
: GodfreyJ.
Frank C. Martin Elem. and Mrs. Marian II. Dean who was the
Hartman Taylor and daughter Maria,arrived last Thurs-
recent recipient of the Junior ChamberofCommerce's "Out-
day from Washington C. and Portsmouth where
D. Virginia
standing Educator of the Year Award." In addition to this. This
they spent a two weeks visiting his daughters Marcia Newspaper carries
McCoyand i
Mrs. Dean is vice-president of the Dade County Chapter of the
Cassandra Edmonds.
Childhood Education Association. Both Annibelle and Marianare more local advertisingthan

members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
"9'd to-C rICCUfSmim rot// HOSTS any other publicationin

Mrs. J. Allen (Lois Mae Knowles) Wallace II of New Yorl, klAlllA/tlO,

are busy visiting relatives and renewing friendships. c the world. ..
Joyce Gorman entertained friends with bridge and cock- s

tails at her home Saturday evening. WEDDINGS
. .

Last week was a full house at Charles and Lil Trammel I HOI MOT-COIO 0 OiUVIEl "PERSON-TO.PERSON"
, when brother Samuel, wife, Rose, grandson, Duane will I tINA HAN IOWUN4 NOW-} ,, That's UsYou!
friends the Joseph Jones, motored down from Chicago. ANO COCIlYA'l'AUIIS.IUfFl"PICNICS Your
Ella Moncur returns home after a month's vacation in Newark LOCAL Newspaper

where she visited her sick mother, Mrs. Hilda Hamilton,, .,. 754.4615 c..",/',.
Little Yssa McDonald is vacationing in the Bahamas, as I a: ati 11./N.W.. "'14.!
houseguest of Elizabeth Cooper and family.

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday August d. 1967. .7

/ i Florida Voters League Board WoldsIfifonttafiVe .1

ieefina :


Ocala The Board of DIrectors Bob Carroll Director Mi- writing L. V. Davis,Presidentof Special mention should be
and Executive Com- nority Relations Democratic the Florida Voters League, made of the brief explanationof
mittee met Sunday in Ocala al Executive Committee discus- Inc., 2212 N. W. 8th Avenue, the suits instituted by Sam
the Morrison Cafeteria Ban- sed the role of the Negro voter Galnsville. Jones of Jacksonville, against
quet room in Silver Springs potential in the forthcoming Those in attendance in ad- guidelines of reapportionmentand
their semi-annual midsummer 1968 elections and commended dition to the speakers named the special legislative

LITTLE RED BOOK: There's young Miami housewife session. An array of authorities the Florida voters leaguefor were: From Jacksonville, H. sessions on constitutional re-

(plenty shapely) being wooed by a Bahamian, who,despite her on pertinent subjects their role in urging party D. Green Naomi James Sam vision. Jones proposes a con-

apparent .h.u.........1 marr i age' an d b aby daughter, ". presented papers highlightingthe committees in Florida to ap- Jones Carolyn Pollard, Mel- stitutional convention on which
wants to offer her an elicit romance session invoking lively and point a full time Negro staff vin James and Edward Holt, Negroes would be represented -
New Providence isles preparing for annual informative discussion. member. Atty Ernest D. Jackson. to the strict legislative

historic Fox Hill Day in Nassau.. Bonded procedure. League parlia-
Rental Agency, we hear, takes over the rent II Leroy Patten Miami field Walter B. Kyle of Pensa- From Bartow James mentarian and legal counsel
collection assignment of Mary Elizabeth 4" J : investigator for the Florida cola, presented an analytical Curtis from Lakeland, Otis presented the explanations of
Hotel and its subsidiaries .There's a new Industrial Commission gave a paper on "steps to be taken by Williams JohnAnthony. From Jones' court actions.
most informative talk and distributed the Florida Voters League Quincy J. L. Daniels James
elementary school to go up in the vicinity of ,
56th street and 21st avenue but no name has informational literature Inc." Which was adopted by palmer Rev, T. T. Jackson, The slmi-annualleague fall
been selected for it as yet. So, residents, pertaining to child labor the board as guidelines for organization W. Anderson Willie Sellers. meeting and 2nd annual mass

you had H.,O w.11..A. r g.ef.....f.*t .uv..1S 1svlrlw .u.V*_ lie vtAHtwAMl W&liU- laws, workmen's compensation and procedure. From Pensacola John Reed. rally will be held in Hollywood
dues. And what about tagging it H. E. S. Reeves Elementary regulations and other vital From Riciera Beach, Mr. and Saturday Sunday, September
? ? ? Tourist trade to Nassau skyrocketing to new heights information relating to his Copies of information pre- Mrs. T. B. Ingram. From Pan- 30-October 1. Dr. Von Mizellis
field. sented by the key speakersmay ama City Mr.and Mrs. Timothy general chairman 'of the

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Liberty News columnist Jean Parksin be obtained on request Youngblood. Hollywood meeting.
Mrs Hattie James of Jack-
cast Her son, 13-year-old Amos to undergo plastic sonville distributed 'a com-
surgery on face mom and son inauto smashup Dr. Sam informative
plete pamphlet on
D. Johnson the exray technician to remodel on 54th Dr precinct organization and

Aubrey Henry the medic, build on Seventh Avenue methods of conducting an ef-
Jolien R. Taylor mending at home Mrs. Anthony Simons fective grass roots registration -
Sr so young ,looking, she's often mistaken for wife of her son
and get out the vote campaign -
Tony Jr Nelson L. Adams and family to home state Ala- .
bama and Canadafs: Expo'67 .. Lonnie Coleman back to sum-
mer-school text books .AlonzoCar)Jacksons to build
Eugene Poole Ocala,pre-
Opa-locka's Kwik Chek robbed at gun point Seventh sented the methods of obtain-
Avenue's Burger King dittoed for 12 hundred loss.
for the
ing funding conductingof
local registration cam-
SALT WATER TAFFY: Nassau businessman Wilfred Bowe
paigns. The Marion County
over for physical checkup in Cedars of Lebanon. Joan Bul-
voters league of which Pooleis
lard of BOAC expecting The C. H. Reeves headed over for
president is currently con-
Miami vacation Cynthia Davis already here Pat Rolle, ,
ducting such a funded voter
suave balladier in-song of the deceased Nat (King) Cole .
registration campaign I in
Prince wharf five cruise
George accomodating huge ships -
Bahama Star, Miami, Sunward, ,Ariadne and Oceanic from
U.S. ports Dave Probinski, former Sir John Hotel man-
ager, a PR exec with offices occupying entire fourth floor of Ralph Maultsby, field coor-
Bay Street's Trade Winds building Margistrate Maxwell dinator from the office of Secretary ;
j ) J ;'i r
Thompson relaxing after ordeal during hectic court proceed- of State discussed elec-
ings. tion procedures and laws- _

many common violations and _, ,. .. } .r+.' ,
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THE WEEK'S WASH: Yellow Cab line employing scores of proposed new election laws
and Wars motor and procedures. The members of the Dade The and Chisolm
beige pilots Charles Edythe contemplating president delegates Anderson Sybil '
jaunt down from Washington sometime around September ? County Cosmetology Unit No. recently attended the State Vera Johnson, Mary Bryant, I
Reggie Ward a great grandpop George Golden' No. 1 49 are enroute to Nassau fora Convention held in Sanford. president; Lea c y Williams, ,f I
passed Look alikes: Dr. John 0. Brown, the opthomolo- SIGMA GAMMA RHO 31stBOULETOBEHELD week relaxation, from Au- Members from left to right: Ada Williams, Lucille Moore k
; gist and Edmond J. Gong the Florida senator Eartha gust 12 to 17, Barbara Robinson, Alberta and Doris Jones. I,
Kitt's forthcoming musical "Peg" due in September .Atty
James and Hazel Matthews toying with idea for a summer trek ,

to Orlando ? ? ? Richard Mitchell phoned from Washington,
D. C. Bahamian Gerald R. Bethel aiming for permanent Boule plans are acitivities completeand WHY NOT DO YOUR
residence here Inez Roberts Injured in auto accident en- await many the hundreds expectedto
route down to Key West Anna-Grace Sweeting back from
attend. One of the outstanding -

Atlanta vacation. Public workshops Relations scheduled Workshop is the on BANKING AT LINCOLN?

THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Patricia (Cokie) Lynch joins De- Sunday August 6, for all local I
lores Forbes and Gwendolyn Robinson in clerical departmentat : "
and relations ; /. '
regional public Service:
and divorced Banking
North's Travel Bureau Cleo Moore hubby
chairmen and members. .,
777 Loise White to Nassau Pocketbook snatching run- -t. .

ning rampant at corner of 11th and Third Hernando Mr. Lerome Bennett Sen- With Hours Tailored ." ': :
Brown's fraulein Willa Mae mending at home after surgery ior Editor of Ebony Magazine ,
Police sergeant F.Duty back at work since back injuryin will give the keynote addressat
auto accident decked him. Light duty for L. Duty Most the Public meeting Tuesday, To Fit YourConvenience
dedicated newsman in these parts I know: Miami Beach Re- August 8, at MacGregor Center .

porter's Paul M, Bruun Sammy Reynolds' autoaccidentdeath Wayne State University. ; '.,y w !
caused by heart attack at the wheel John Gibson in 1

Miami Beach politics Is Dunbar elementary art'instructor Local delegates expected to :<<:

Mrs. Janie Kearse now Mrs. William Frierson? attend are Soror VernekaSilva I I., Y.

local basileus, Soror Mable FULL BANKING FACILITIES Jj 1'.'
STUFF AND SUCH. : FBI head J. Edgar Hoover may step down Barlow, anti-basileus, Soror j ..
after 43 annums Mrs. ElijahBonnie( ) Hepburn and daugh- Allene Taylor, local founder ;(;.
ter Karen to Texas and Mississippi Inez Taylor back to and anti-grammatues and FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO -- ,v

Lindsey Hopkins for clerical studies Charles C. North Soror Eunice Liberty. 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY i'"' I

back from Atlanta .Hazel Matthews' aunt Lula Belle Evans EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M. \ '\ '.

back to Newark Nipsey Russell on Friars' board of gov- UNTIL 8:00 P.M. t
ernors Rev. H. E. S. Reeves to serve in Opa-locka's

Transfiguration Sunday Jolly Friends civic-social club 18 Years of Responsible DRIVE-UP WINDOWS WILL BE I
entertainedwith beach patty at Virginia Key last Sunday Building Service to OPEN ON SATURDAY FROM )
Retired heavyweight boxing champ Gene Tunney now 70 The Community {
Dan Johnson and R. C. Coleman in reciprocal ticket exchange 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON '. ;
during club-sponsored projects. They never renege to buy. When Buying or Building FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK

YOURS The Herbert (Inez McKinney) STANLEY
Has been with the bank since
Johnson's daughter Sharon Dean to wed St Agnes' usher
t Freddie James Johnson at Saint Agnes August 20 Kiah o P L '1-3604 CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK opening day. He is active in :

Brown, the saxophonist-ork leader, now owner-manager of Beautiful Homes CUSTOMERS community projects as well as
Seventh Avenue's Jefferson Hotel and Lounge Shirley Built on Your RECEIVING LOANPAYMENTS in his church. Need help with

Rolle Theda Christian, Elsada Ramos-Knowles, Amelia 111 Lot or OursAttractive your deposit?
Shavers, Lorraine Puyol Delores Colebrooke Bethel to Nas- AN and 1t.rations Ask Officer Duffie
sau and vacation Dionne Warwickat ringside cheering the Additions
Supremes who're busting records at New York's Copa. En- Demolish
run Let u
tertainer- Frank Leg r e e injured in auto accident Your Worn OutHouse Lincoln is Your Bonk. Use iff
Bernice Johnson applying permanents in beauty emporium on and Builda

Miami Beach Transfiguration's 10 anniversary Patronal Lovely New
Festival (banquet-dinner-dance) slated for August 10 in Opa- Home

locka's PBA audit, 15100 NW 27th avenue Fritz Watkins' Call Us for Facts About LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF
beautiful dotter Sandra taking business course at Lindsey Hop Building :

kins Josh Johnson and William Jackson Jr limping. Good Bank. Financing [1] MIAMI
Carmen Jackson worshipping at Transfiguration. Julie STANlEY'BUilDERS, First fully integrated bank in the entire SOYlheast-
Clarke's natal holiday August 10 Monica W. Hanna's Inc.LIcensed right here in the Edison Financial Center \

daughter Cassandra a switchboard communications clerk for Insured 6013 N.W.7th AVMV Phone 7594431THE I,

Metro Sheriff's DepU That's it brother from your one- 888 N. E. 79th Street \I1 14n
man-newspaper, who knows everbody and everybody's racket Miami, Florida t

I but who is all ways giving some poor sucker a break! t I


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 4, 1967 9 ,

Motown Artists Sweep

Record Worlds AwardsDetroit :

1A Mr. BerryGord r Instrumental Combo arena,
Jr., President of Motown Rec, and placed many runners-up in
ord Corporation, has been informed other catagories.
l that Motown recording: Top Male Vocal Groups; The
.! BY DAVE BONDU artists swept the annual Rhy- Temptations number one; the
L thm and Blues Awards of Record Four Tops number two;
....-- World
Magazine. Record I Smoker Robinson and the
I would like to warn my folks about some of these shcools World Publisher, Bob Austin, Miracles number three.
that are saying that they will take you with an 8th or 9th grade Informed Mr. Gordy of the Top Female Vocal Groups:
education and teach you to become a secretary legal secre- awards and added his congratulations Diana Ross and Supremes,
tary, and want to charge from $150 to $1200 for the course.In number one; Martha and the
the first place you must have basic education in order to Motown artists swept all Vandellas, number two;The
understand and be able to cope with all phases of this type of three first places In both the Marvelettes, number three.
Job. Even with this training you are supposed to get, you need Top Male Vocal Group and Top Top Instrumental Combo:
at least a High School education in order to qualify for this Female Vocal Group cate- Number one Junior Walker
kind of Job. If you have not had your basic english, you cannot gories, number one in the Top and the All-Stars.
perform the duties of a secretary. Then, in the fine print of
these contracts it says that you must have 1,000 hours for
completion of the course. Do you realize that this represents ,
1 year, 3 months and 2 weeks at 3 hours a day for 5 days a t VISIT EXPO '67
week? Not only that, but the f ine print sez that you will be .rt
working in another field until you can be placed. What field? IN MONTREAL, CANADA
Cotton? Tomatoe? This was brought to my attention by a All
Expense Tours Via Air or Bus
young lady who is trying better herself.She has a 9th grade e .3
education and signed to take"career"course that guarantees
her that she will be '....,fln..1 fI.n6,,__ NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU
come a >>1"'u".1111"I.' : .Her: course w ill :::-
cost her $1195 and she is requiredtopay 1 payment of $39.9!3 The R i n k y din k Club brought a little sunshine to Shelleygood
1104 NW 3rd Avenue Phon.1379.8.451 ;
and 79 payments at $ .Idon't know if my figuring is I,, Swain, age 4, and the other kids at Variety Children's Hospital
but that adds up to $3186.40 Even in Brooklyn. when their members visited this week.

This young lady, and you,can get Us same training at Llnd- President, Mrs. Flo Hawkins (left), and Charity Committeea
sey Hopkins for $2.00 per course. They do not promise you I Chairman, Mrs. Anna Graves (right), presented a $500 check
Job at Lindsey, but after you have finished your high school i to help the hospital. ,
education and this course, you are qualified to get your OWl[1 The service club has only eleven members, raises their --a
Job. Any applicaton you fill out now-a-days requires you to i I funds by sponsoring teas and social events.
state how much education you have had. It is almost impossible Rinkydinks will be honored for their service by a plaquee
to even be considered without a high school diploma. Pleas, mounted en the hospital's "Wall of Faith' mural. This newspaper reaches
do not be misled by these advertisements. Check into then
before you sign, and if you do not understand it Is no disgrac
to ask someone to help you read the fine print. It will save j than any other 5
time opened at 3454 NW 7th Avenue? He has pick-up and delivery
you precious money and heartache in the long run. The
cheaper education at Lindsey may take-a little longer but 11: service by calling NE 5-8852. We wish him much success. ((7 publication In the world. .
We received a notable from good friend Gene Griener
poem ,
is better for you in the end, than falling /or a line like this. ;]I '
'' based on the article in the Herald a couple of weeks ago. Next,
am not saying that
all schools are pulling the wool over the I *
of the we'll publish it for all to see. It is a good lesson in what guts,
eyes public, but there are some. Be sure know,
yours. sweat and mind can do to help you earn the rights and respect "PERSONTOPERSON"That's
from all people of the world,if you want to get ahead. That is it UsYou! and Your
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Ruth Reed for this week. Till the next one LIVE LIFE EVERY

OF THE WEEK: Sonny Wright
Newsboy of ,

What is your pet peeve about our city or people or things '
>> ; '
Why don't you write and tell us?For instance my pet peeve is the Week I' ; : / :
folks who drive in the left lane of a four lane street, and do 2C() '... ; II.,.' ., .f ,., ,'
or 25 miles an hour in a 40 mile an hour zone. These folks us. MIAMI TIMES SALESMEN .. M t j

ually don't have any place to go and are talking with both hands ; t j fR ,'v'vr 'vrt !
while they are driving, and never think that they should moveover .cr 1 f'r. ;
In the right (or slow) lane., so that you will have to pas
them on the right side. There ought to be a law! Especially In
expressway and turnpike travel. We think that the terrible accident 4t
on the Turnpike that took six lives last week was nol
because the driver was in the wrong lane, but because he was
doing 30 miles and hour In a 60 mile an hour zone. Traveling
too slowly is as dangerous or more dangerous than travelingat
a minimum speed..I'm not telling you to exceed the limit,
but at least do the minimum required. A friend of ours who
drives a tractor and trailer passed the same car a few miles
before the accident and said that he had gained on them before -
he realized that they were traveling very slowly. It was
hard for him to slow up enought to pass them. He was lucky s
that nothing was coming in the left lane.There was a hlllcrest ', .
where the accident happened,and the truck driver that hit them ,
did not have the time to accelerate down to pass them before
bumping their bumper. Please drive thoughtfully and carefully
One ofthestarMiamiTimes
Be considerate of others.
newsboys In the Opa-locka
area Is Melvin Monroe of R
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:August 27th is not too far awaj r 15720 NW 19th Ave., Melvinis t
Clyde Killens' Night in Nassau at the Island Club is drawing a ninth grader at North Dade 4.F'A
closer. If you haven't:: gotten Junior High and attends First .4vJEUMy' tT
th em ye t. you'.. Bette r make it. Baptist Church in Bunche park
,Bring your own pigeon peas and
rice, chille! The UGA Sanc- 1 He is the son of Mr.and Mrs.;
tioned trophy ball will be held Donnle Monroe. Melvin peddles -
at the Knight Beat on Friday, 90 Miami Times in his ...
August 25. Frank DuBoise and neighborhood each week and 411III Fill yourvacation ,
and his band, E. Lois Foreman picks up a $5.40 profit for a
and an all star show will hold couple of hours work. fun
forth. The public Is invited to
share this affair with our out- Keep up the good work Mel- with Florida !
of-town guests. Look for you vin, and let's hit the 100 mark .
around lOish? Hines Hines next week.LUKEMIA.
and Dad are playing the Diplo- All the historical, cultural and
mat starting Friday night (Au- family fun attractions Florida
gust 4)). That means our good
M" -- boasts are right In your own backyard,
buddy, Paul Curry, Is in town.
He is their musical director. CLYDE KILLENS SOCIETY SETS at off-season prices I
" Sally Bailey and her trio are
sharing the spotlight with Dino DeRose Trio and Jack Price at TEEN TAG DAYS

the Rancher. That makes for a swinging night. Sam Moncurdid
a heck of a lot to keep things cool In the city last week. He Calling all Teen 'n College _
was up for the whole week-end checking and talking Of Service Clubs and Organiza- _
course, you know Commissioner Athalle Range was in there tions! Help Fight Fatal Leu-
pitching Emanuel Hutcheson, Supervisor at Youth Hall, kemia! Join the Teen Army of _
and brother of EOPI Director Sumner is doing his share in Taggers and Marchers! Circle .. r
creating jobs for teen age boys. Mable Marks spending a your club calendars! Save the .
few days in the hospital. Get well quicks to her. dates March 1, 2, 3, 1968 for _

ShirleySeldon will follow her shortly for a general the Dade County Leukemia I
check-up. really think both of them just want a little rest. ciety's annual Teen TagDayslCall COMPANY'
Can't blame them, they are both hard working chicks. 373-2624. Volunteer your FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT I
Heard about Popsie's Exclusive DryCleaningServicethat just clubs service today! HELPING IUILD FLORIDA j ji


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 4, 1967 11

Community Renewal Report

Shows Miami Has Problems '1 4aw"

Miami's Community really. is, think it is going to who make up a fourth of the
newal Program report shows take quite a bit of"face-lift city population.The .
that this 71-year-old Dade ing" to get Miami right. They planners slid( that needsof
County central municipalityhas say that 20,000, of the city's these target areas are end-
been touched by the blight homes were in a deteriorated less. They list shortage of decent -
and decay that affect most of or delapidated( condition. homes and of Jobs that
the nation's big cities. The report says that most provide a liveable wage;
of these homes are in 13"social median wage of $64 a week,
Those who conducted the target areas," inhabited ranging from $48 in the worstto
survey and saw Miami as it largely by the 85,000 Negroes $91 in the best. 'r

All of Miami's problems are
New Home Owners Concerned not in the ghettos. A third of
its arterial streets and more

I than half of its secondary ... -
About Their NeighborhoodMARJORIE streets are in need( of repair.
The quality of much of the
COOKE street lighting on its nearly

Negroes do care about the notification. Refusals 1,400 miles of road Is below
conditions of their neighbor- standard. Three-fourth of the
made if
only are beyond
hoods. This is evidenced by repair. Other debris that city is without storm sewers

the fact that the homeownersof naturally accumulates as the and lacks more than 40 per cent _...._...,. __. __ __ '__ __ __m,
the Arcola Gardens are in sanitary sewers.
result of the cutting of grass
process of organizing a new and trees can be put in con- Urban Renewal Metro Transit Authority member Frank J. Pepper, Jr., /joins on inspection
homeowners association with tainers until approximately a team of transit and Metro Commission officials for a tour of MTA's newest
the idea in mind of keeping the few days before the trucks forcement redevelopment of the, expanded building code en- 20 conditioned buses which race ntly arrived in Miami. MTA operator James
of the cleanestand
community most beautiful one inMiami. come around to haul it away, and other city programs are Thornton was one of 20 operators chosen to drive the new units for the tour.
An organizational meeting Is or it can be dumped in authorized being planned to attest the de- The 20 buses are valued at $704,257 and bring Dade County's air-conditioned -

scheduled for Sunday, August dumping areas. cay and supply the magic that bus fleet to a total of 197 units, 150 of which have been purchased since
There who already
are many people -
13, at 870 NW 84th Terrace, take care of rubbish in the city needs. the Authority began operations in 1962.
at 4:00 p.m. this

The residents of Arcola Everyone way. who has been talk- JAZZ CONCERTAT Cabinet Minister to Attend Beauty Convention I
Gardens have done a pretty ed to by volunteers who made RANCHER
good Job all along in keeping house to house contact with the -
th neighborhood beautiful. people in the area describinga WMHM All night Jazz Dee Nassau, Bahamas The Bahamas New Bureau. league are expected to attend
Jay, Alan Rock, is presentingthis Hon. Clarence A. Bain, min- the Atlanta
Only in some cases has there plan of action has pledged On a tourist promotion trip, meeting.
been trouble with trash beingon Sunday an all star Jazz ister without portfolio in the the Bahamas delegation will Three members of the Na-
their full in in
support helping
show. Not only does Rock have cabinet of premier the Hon. tional Association
the streets all month long. display promotional material, ofBa-
that to
everyway they can keep
Ira Sullivan but he also has the Lynden 0. Pindling, leaves straw hamian
Sometimes, trash is put out the community standards high., including work, sponge, Cosmetologists left
again on the streets the day Enthusiasm towards even same group you can hear on the Nassau Monday, July 31, for turtle shell Jewelry,a polished Nassau Tuesday to attend this
after the collectors have come New Atlantic Alblum "Hori- Atlanta, Ga., where he will attend turtle shell, conch shells, and convention.Dr. .
to pick it up. Also, furniture, organizing the children special of the area has zons." Also on this show you the Beauty Cultur 1st Lea- Bahamian i pottery in a hos- Willa M. Saunders,past
clothes, toys, and paper have been can hear the big six trio fea- gue convention. pitality suite at the Regency President of the associationand
brought for future ex
been allowed to remain on up turing Nowell Cruz, who many Accompanying Mr. Bain to Hyatt House, convention head- President of the Executive
some streets. This need not ploration. Mrs. Josephine top musicians call an Oscar the four-day convention will be quarters.Mr. Board; Mrs. Gloria Brath-
occurr, for organizations suchas Boykins sums up the feelingsof Peterson style piano player.All Miss Dorothy Cooper, "Miss Bain will address beau- waite, President; and'Mrs..
the when she
The Salavation Army and of this plus Rock himselfis Jaycee Bahamas," Mr. Wil- ticians from throughout the Barbara Stirrup, Financial
Good Will Industries would says, "I'm anything to keep going to try and introduceto bur Moss of Happy Tours,and United States t on Thursday. Secretary, will return to the
the and the
pick up items as these within community up the Miamiaudiencethe Mr. A. L. Cambridge of the Some 20,000 members of the colony in two weeks.
children from being destruc- Broom .
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York. Pointing out means to end these wrongs and are a century old. They remain ference to hardships of the And finally, we fully support bat lawlessness in a 11 its
that Negroesare"theprlmary disabilities. because the whife citizenry ghetto dwellers. Only last President Johnson's call forms, and firmly to show byword.andbydeed
victims of riots," four of the in general supports week the House defeated a rat- "upon all our people(black and that riot,
nation's top civil rights lead- Americans, but also to our fel- these restrictions.The control bill which would have white alike) in all our citiesto looting and public disorder
ers have Issued a strong call low white citizens who are not enabled the cities to get rid of join In a determined program will Just not be tolerated."
for an end to the ghetto violence b 1 a m e 1 e s s. The disabilities Ninetieth Congress has the rats which infest the to maintain law and order No one benefits under mob
which has erupted in imposed upon Negro citizens exhibited an Incredible indif slums. to condemn and to com- law. Let's end it fowl!
--- --- --
cities throughout the country.The .
statement, issued Wed-
nesday, July 26, was a Joint >,
appeal by the Rev. Dr*Martin .
Luther King, Jr., president,
Southern Christian Leadership
Conference; A Philip
Randolph Institute; Roy Wilkins -
executive director, National
Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People;
and Whitney M. Young, Jr., Y
National Urban League. u ;
t, S %
The complete text of the !
statement on violence in the
cities follows:
Developments in Newark,
Detroit and other strife-torn
cities make it crystal clear :
that the primary victims of the
riots are the Negro citizens. I1L19
That they have grave grievances -
of long standing cannotbe
denied or minimized. That
the riots have not contributed -
in any substantial measureto
the eradication of these just
complaints is by now obviousto

We are confident thatthe
overwhelming majority of the
Negro community joins us in
opposition to violence in the
necessities of life when the
neighborhood stores are destroyed -
and looted? Whose
children are without milk be- r ll
cause deliveries cannot
made? Whose loses wages because -
of breakdown in trans-
portation or destruction of the
place of employment?Who are
the dead, the injured and the
, imprisoned? It is the Negroes :: J
\ who pay and pay and pay, I
whether or not they are indivl->
dually involved in the rioting. .
And for what? $ .

Killing, arson, looting are
criminal acts and should be
dealt with as such. Equally
guilty are those who Incite,
provoke and call specifically
for such action. There Is no
Injustice which justifies the r
present destruction of the Ne-
gro community and its people.We .

who have fought so long
and so hard to achieve justicefor
all Americans have con- f q
sistently opposed violence as a
means of redress. Riots have
proved Ineffective, disruptiveand
highly damaging to the Negro -
population, to the civil J. Where People come First.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, F Ida?, August 4, 1967 13",

On Poverty Aids NAACP Dispatches Funds For Relief Of

Starving Negroes In MississippiNew

457,199 Floridians York. The National ficers of the NAACP branch in visited were such as to war-

Association for the Advance- the New York City Departmentof rant designating them as "a

In the first two years, the OEO programs have operated of 76 volunteers are servingIn ment of Colored People this Welfare, reported that con- disaster area" by President I

War on Poverty has served in more than 3,000 of the Florida week sent funds to help provide ditions In the 12 counties they Lyndon B. Johnson.

more than nine million Ameri 3,132 counties of the United 33,700 rural loans totalling food for starving;Negroes

cans. The number served in States, and in 67 of the 67 more than $55 million have in the Mississippi Delta

the state of Florida 457,199. counties in this state.: been made to the boxed-to egion. The money will enableuiem

Frank K. Sloan, Southeast re- rural poor. The figures for 'to buy Federal food
All of the 182
gional director of the Office ties in the poorest coun- this state are 1,705 rural stafnps.
country have had
Economic Opportunity; Atlanta loans, totalling $2,949,820.
some OEO activity. In announcing the contribu-
announced. 224 institutions of higher
1,100 Community Action tion NAACP Executive Direc-
Head Start in summer and learning have supported Up- ,
has alone Agencies have been established tor Roy Wilkins said the dis- F
full-year programs ward Bound in volv-
assisted 1.3 million throughout the nation, and programs patch of the check to Charles
young ing 22,400 students In Florida
they include 70 percent of the Evers, the Association's field
children in the nation and 36-, Upward Bound programs have
nation's poor without their director for Mississippi, was N
465 in Florida.
been conducted on cam-
boundaries. In Florida a totalof an initial step implementingan
The Neighborhood Youth puses for 470 students during
Corps has reached 900,000 25 multi-purpose CAAs are fiscal year'66 and'67, and emergency resolution "
in operation. 58th
adopted at the NAACP's
young men and women, both with the expectancy clan estimated !
held recently
annual convention
those in school and those who 113 residential Job Corps 595 students on four
in Boston. Mr. Evers will
have dropped out, including centers are 10 q>eration,including campuses during fiscal year
distribution of the
direct the
26,734 in Florida.Neighborhood two in the Southeast '67 and'68. I
funds to the .
Centers in region, both located in The War on Poverty has

operation throughout the na- Tennessee. The contributionsthese commanded the support of the the Association

tion have brought needed ser centers make to conservation American people through un-
is organizing a committee tc
vices to nearly 3mlllionpoor.The has been significant. precented volunteer ism.
solicit funds from the mem-
figure for this state is JobCorpsraen spent 106,675 95,000 Americans gave their and the to
bership public provide
about 350,000.Job man-hours: gig i h t1 n g forest time and talent for last sum- food relief and medicalaid N1..frII-J

Corps has provided vocational fires on 126,821 acres and mer's Head Start program(1, for needy families in Mis-
training in a residential constructed 216 miles of fire mer's Head Start program
sissippi pending effective
setting for 60,000 of our breaks. (1,572 In this state). Currently -
Federal and state action to alleviate -
most impoverished young men 35,000 (345 in Florida) are
an acute situation.
and women, of which 1,584arefrom They planted 4,312 trees and I at work in the full-year pro .i:

our state. shrubs and improved 105 I gram. Soon VISTA will have The convention resolution A J
The Work Experience Pro- acres of beach; cleared 8,645. enlisted 30,000 Americans to calling for Initiation of a crash v"..>-.i.Il' -' '." """

gram has assisted nearly acres and landscaped 2,317 serve as part-timevolunteers relief program was adopted Rollie Eubanks, right, mem- reported to the 58th NAACP

150,000 adults, most of whom acres for recreation. in their communities after the delegates heard a report ber of a two-man NAACP investigating annual convention that hungerand

were on public assistance, by Nearly 3,000 VISTA volun- The Community Action on poverty in Mississippimade team, questionsfarm lack of medical aid were

enhancing their opportunityfor teers are in service in 48: Agency boards and councils by a two-man team of family on conditions in so widespread that the

future employment. Citi- states and the District of Columbia have a volunteer membership veteran social workers who Mississippi during 1700-mile counties should be declared a

zens of Florida assisted a total Over 500 of these are i of over 90,000 of our fellow conducted an Intensive two- fact-finding tour of 12 coun- "disaster area" receive

of 1,713 families and7,365in- in work with migrant workerson : citizens in the USA as a whole week on-the-spot probe of ties in the state.Together with massive Federal aid. -

dividuals. Indian reservations.A total I and about 2,400 in Florida. conditions In the state. Alex his teammate, Alex Waites,he Waites Photo.
---- Waites and Rollie Eubanks of-

"People Versus the City" is

Urban League Theme"People FIRST MIAMI RUN

versus the City? Guilds. Mrs. Poston is presi- In addition to the workshopsand I

I Challenge and Opportunity" is dent of the New YorkState Civil principal speechesthe
the theme of the 1967 National Service Commission. Conference will Include a !

Urban League Conference Commerce and Industry Lun- $

I which will be held August 20- In issuing a call to delegatesand cheon, meeting the League's

I 24 in Portland, Oregon. friends of the League, Mr. Delegate Assembly, and ses-

Young declared that, "Great sions of national and local
Pur pose of the five-day advances have been made in League staffs. -

meeting will be to bring to the civil rights in recent years. 'Sn,.img Eddie: Lee Pittman,
attention of the nation the economic The Urban League, foundedin popular local businessman and

and social welfare federal 1910 is observing its 57th owner of the Dive-Inn Bar,
problems which the Negro The government -- .. Annual Conference with the 1772 NW 79th St. Phone Ml- 1r
population and other minori- state and municipal has Portland meeting The National 9431. He invites all his old' .
millions of dollars to --ry
ties face and to chart the role spent Urban League is an educa- friends to come and meet new' .- -
of the Urban League in solv- build new housing, to providemore tional and charitable agency friends. Everyone welcome.

ing these problems. adequate health and welfare designed to secure equal op- Enjoy the pool room and bow- ,
services and to developour portunity for Negroes and. ling. Completely air conditioned ..; s

Some 1200 delegates repre- manpower resources other minorities. (model)
senting leaders in govern- through on-the-job training.Yet .

ment, business and industry, it is admitted that the so-

labor, education, and social cial and economic gap that exists 1

welfare, will converge at the between minority citizens Miami Times

Portland Hilton Hotel to dis- and whites continues to widento 6530 NW 15th Avenue

cuss the action of the Urban an alarming degree.
Miami, Florida 33147 : s
League will take to close the '
"; "*
"The 1967 Conference will *
economic and cultural :
which separates whites and gap address itself to important. Dear Sir : FREE RECD FREE
aspects of this problem the
non-whites. city and its pe ople.l We will Enclosed please find the sum of $- SPEEDWAY

focus our attention on educa- TICKETS
Spearheading the confer- development to cover the cost of a_ subscription to
tion housing, manpower -
ence will be Whitney M. YoungJr.
and employment, the Miami Times.
of the
., executive director
and health and social welfare.
National Urban League, who } '
will be keynoter; and Mail Paper To.
"We will also deal with the t
Lindsley F. Kimball, League destructive forces that impede Address 1 ecatM TECHNICOLOR'
president who will preside. Zip Cod
City State
i programs in race relations, kAbdA HERE COMES I
Featured speakers include Mr. Young continued."We will One Yr. 55.0c I

Massachusetts Senator Edward discuss Urban League pro- THE SPEED

W. Brooke, who will address grams as a channel for solv- .4

the League's Annual ing these problems; the obstacles BREED!

Banquet, and Mrs. Ersa H. we face; and realistic

Poston NUL Trustee and Secretary goals. We will consider new Merchants who advertisein M A

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Jessie Stokes, 10830 NW 16 Ira Johnson of 11510 SW138

I E1ORIALSDEAflIN I St., Truman City, died, July Terr, died Wednesday, July
/ 25. Services were conducted 26. He is survived by a wife,

Monday, at Mt. Calvary Baptist Maude; seven children; eight

Church in Truman City. brothers, Rubin, Lawrence,

Among his survivors are wife Martell, Henry,Samuel, Ellis,
Rosa; two daughters Elizabethand Mangle and Edward;

family of the late Daisy Lee; one step-son, ters, Mary Miller, Bessie
of the later'
family". of the late. family .., Willie C. Gleen; three sisters Coleman, A. V. Plummer,
> \; DAVID H. BLACK Willie Mae Ferguson, Little Nathalie Henry and Dorothy

MRS. AUDELL JAMES, Mae, and Essie Mae Stokes; Williams. Funeral services

wish to thank their many one brother Andrew. were held Saturday, in the
take this time In the!
thanking Chapel.
friends for all kindness shown
many friends for their ver y during their recent bereavement Mrs. Ida Lee Johnson, 1101
fine expressions during the NW 45th St., diet)July 25.Ser- Eddie Peeples of 143 NW 7
Mr. Burnell Thompson a
time of sorrow; also for you May God bless all of you. vices were conducted Tuesdayat Street, died Friday, July 28,
resident of 4725 NW 12th Ave.
prayers during the entire mo St. Mary Baptist Church in in Christian Hospital. He is
passed at Jackson Memorial
ment. Ilb The familyIN Coconut Grove. Among her survived by two daughters,
Hospital, Friday July 28,aftera
Many thanks to the pastor survivors are husband Margia Johnson andSaphroniaStone
officers and members of th period of illness. He is sur-
Holsey; two daughters, ; two greatgrandchildren -
New Hope Baptist Church;als 0 r vived by his wife, Dorothy; Barbara Middlebrooks, and one sister, Penny Free-
to the entire staff of the bus three sons; two daughters; a
MEMORIAMIn Patty Wells;two sons, Freddieand man. Funeral services will be
mother and a host of relativesand
of Albert for their very fin friends. Robert Wells, mother conducted Saturday, August 5

services. memory of. Funeral service s will be Mrs. Leola Moses, and one in the Greater Bethel AME

r held Saturday, August 5, at St. brother Wesley Truesdell,Jr. Church.
.' Mrs. Willie Bell Cooper of
_'.,. Mary's Wesleyan Methodist
I -, 1829 NW 46th St., died Satur-
MRS. TOMEZINE "GOLDIE" Church, 400 p.m.with Rev H.
JACKSON Stewart officiating. The body day, July 29. She survived by

IN MEMORIAMIn will repose in the M. S. Allen her husband, Charles; a

memory of our mother wish to express their sincere Memorial Chapel from 3:00 daughter, Barbara Ann. Fun-
and grand mother thanks to their many friends p.m. Friday until funeral time eral arrangements are incom-

and neighbors for the cards Saturday plete.
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and kindness that was shown
w during their hour of bereave- S Miss Jrutha Darby of 1041

ment. FRANCIS. NW 56th Street, died Friday,

_.._.._-------...- July 28th. She is survived by
Alice Francis, daughter Mrs. Mary Alice Parker; and
A Mr. L. C. Shepard. Her remains -
Mary J. Reeves, sister
will be shipped Thurs-
and family --- -- r

LUTHER BREEDLOVEwho day, August 3rd, to Forest,
LL 1A Miss., where final rites will
departed this life August be conducted.

CARD OF THANKSThe 3, 1965. May you be at rest. ?II! AW

H We miss your smiling face. Death came to Elder Sister Albert Marshall of 11329

family of the laterT1 Lillian Lewis, July 18, 1967. SW 216th Street, Goulds, died

"-0--- -.-...----....... .. ..-... ... Mattie Breedlove, wife 1 Sister Lewis was a long time Sunday, July 30. He is survi-
Dinetta, daughter: ,r resident of Miami, she was a ved by four daughters, Mes-
SARAH DAVIDSONwho Thomas, son, faithful member and great dames, Willie Thomas, Vir-

Rosco and Henry,brothers missionary worker of the New ginia ,Hamilton Alberta
this life August
departed Willie Williams, Jerusalem Disciple Church of Hughes and Susie Smith; one
3 1958.A .
brother-in-law Christ, Miami. son, Alphonso Henry; three
precious one from us is goneA + 4 Sister Lewis work is finished sisters, Katie and Ocie Bell
voice we love Is still .
------- here below but has Just be- and Ola James; a brother E.
A place is vacant in the home
b Mrs. Louise C. Mcintosh of gun in that great mansion up H. Henry. Funeral services
The world can never fill. CARD OF THANKSI
7-- 2525 NW 50th Street,died July above. will be conducted, Saturday,
.Ar 27, at Jackson Memorial hos- We the members of New August 5th in New Bethel l
N Eugene Davidson,Jr.,son wish to extend my gratitude pital. Funeral services were Jerusalm Disciple Church of Church.
Altamease Jones,daughter to all my friends and Christ miss her much.
held Tuesday August 1, at the very
Lucy M. daughterIN i leighbors for their thoughtful- Church of God o f Prophecy She is our loss but hope she Jeff Donald of 1778 NW. 74

__..at.HERBERT.,,' less in my hour of bereave- with Rev. Arnold Demeritte, is Heaven's gain Terr died Sunday,July 30.He

M. (TIN) GRANT nent. Special thanks to my pastor officiating. Survivors Sister 0. M. Woodley, pas- is survived by a grand daugh-
MEMORIAMIn leighbors on 28th Street.. May include her husband, David; tor. ter, Carolyn Johnson;a grandson -

loving memory of our who departed this life Jul 8, Sod forever bless and keep three:daughters; Naomi Shep- Arthur Lee McGriff, 402 N. Herman Bannister; one
each of
, dear husband and father 1967, kindl acknowledge the you. herd; Marion Dean and Anna- W. 51st St., died July 25.Services sister; two brothers; a niece,
kindness shown during his ill bell Mcintosh; two sons David were conducted Saturday Mary Ann Rozier; a nephew,

ness and hour of bereavement.The Carrie Drain Jr. and Daniel. at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. Herbert Rolle; six great-

expressions of sympathy Mrs. Ruth Staten of 222 NW His survivors are wife, Evelyn grandchildren. Funeral ser-
13 St. died July 27 at Jack- vices will be conductedSaturday -
cards ,
telegrams and
one son, L u c i o u s; mother,
calls were innumerable.Spec- IN MEMORIAMIn son Memorial. Funeral ser- Mrs. Rosa Lee McG riff,uncles August 5, at 9:30: a.m. in
ial thanks to Mrs. Richardsonand vices were held Tuesday Au- and aunts. the Chapel.
staff, for the hospitality loving memory of our gust 1, in the Chapel with Rev.
(dear one Willie Clarence King, 1864
shown. Aaron D. Hall, officiating.Sur-
NW 88th Terr. died 28.
vivors include two sons; six July Charles Williams of 1399

Mrs. Clifford L.Grant 1 sisters, two brothers. His survivors are wife, Leona NW 56th Street, died, Friday,
parents Mr. and Mrs. Hosea
The Grant FamilyIN Eugene Robinson of 1945 NW July 28. He is survived by his
1tl i King one sister Rena
83 St., died July 28, at Jack- ; widow Sybil; one son; fourdaughters.
brother Hosea Jr. Ar-
\ son Memorial. Funeral ser- Funeral services
rangements are incompleteat
MEMORIAMIn vices were held Wednesday, this time. were conducted Tuesday in the
August 2, in the Chapel, with Chapel.
Rev. Aaron Hall, officiating. George Boyd, 1125 NW 2nd
loving memory of Survivors include his mother Ave., Apt. 6 died, July 29.His Timothy Downs of 221 NW

Lilia Robinson; one brother survivors are wife, Josie; one 8th St., died Friday, July 28.

Rogers; an aunt Edith Sawyer daughter Mrs. Virginia He is survived by two sons,
OLIVER BURGER 1r Bryant; two sons Hozel and Roosevelt and Joseph of Los
Mrs. Willie Ella Jackson of Cleveland. Services
Saturday Angeles, Calif.; a daughter,
who passed July 30, 1962, 252 NW 7th Street Apt. 1,died August 5 in the Chapel. Estelle; two brothers, James

God sees when the footsteps August 2, at Jackson Mem Miss Zerkine Butler, 1440 and Savenell; two sisters,

falter, when the pathway ha! orial Hospital. Funeral ser- NE 151st Terr., North Miami Esther Nathan and Essie

grown too steep, then Hi :A vices will be held Saturday, Beach, died July 13.Arrangements Adams; an aunt, Dollie
August 5, at 3:00 p.m. in the
Knowles of
torches the weary eye lids and are incomplete at this New York City;six
gives His dear ones sleep YVM MR. MORRIAL MANN Chapel with Rev.Aaron D. Hall time. grandchildren. Funeral ser-

Sadly missed by his lovlnj officiating. Remains will re- James Davis, 1710 NW 1st vices will be conductedSaturday -

wife, who passed August 6, 1966. pose in the chapel beginningat Ct., died July 31 Among his August 5, at 11:00 a.m. in
Gone, but the memories of 1:00 p.m. Friday until fun- survivors are one daughter, the Chapel.

Mabel Burger ou will last forever. eral time Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Katie Livingston;one son

Children and grandchildren oI1IIr.IIIU'MR. Mrs. Juanita W. Mann wife i Survivors include her mother. George; four stepsons,An-

EDWARD DANIELSwho Mrs. Fannie R. Mann, Mrs. Perrena Williams.RICHARDSON drew Wolfcrk of Miami,

Mrs. Marie M. Tooks, Johnny Wolfork of Hallandale,
"Any where
In the
left us on July 31, 1965. daughters Willie Pervis and Benjamin you want to go"world

IN MEMORIAMIn Wait on the Lord; be of good Gloria Wright Major, two step-sisters. Ar- nCKm
courage and be shall strengthen grand and great grandchildren Mrs. Estelle Harrison of rangements are i n com pIe t e carr

sad but loving memory oi f thine heart. Wait, I say, 14620 Jackson St., Richmond at this time. NO MORe4T

on the Lord. Heights died, Sunday, July 30,
BENJAMIN DULLARD Left to_mourn: in Baptist Hospital.She is sur-

vived by a sister, Mrs. Jose Mrs. Marie Bell 0'Bryantresiding TRAYEL 41/HU
who departed this life July 22, four nieces, one nephew, ten Roberts; a brother Joseph at 1045 NW 55th St.

1953. great nieces, five great nephews SUPPORT] Roberts, Jr.; two sistersinlaw died Tuesday August 2, In her, "Your Neighborhood Travel

Gone, but not forgotten. four aunts, two uncles Mattie and Janie Lewis. local residence. She is sur- Agentt"A

and a host of friends. YOUR Funeral services will be held vived by a daughter, Mrs. rveor to you ot your
Alice Bullard,wife Thursday August 3rd at 2:30 Constance Wilson; a son-in- telephone. GI.. us a coll.

Norman, Clifford and William YMCA p.m. in the Church of the law, George Wilson; three Am.Wo deliver.FR 1104 NW 3rd
98451. Chas. C.
sons Ascension, Colonial Drive grandchildren ; and a great North, M .a@.r.
Louise Thomas and Merelene Mrs. Zillle Oakley,sister Richmond Heights with Rev. grand. Arrangements are in-

Boston, daughters Mrs. Ella Hubb,sister Father William officiating. complete.




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday i August 4, 1967 15.. -

NBL Signs $5"00,000 ill nil t

Federal Contract to Aid

, ii 11 mrnm

Small Businessmen

The National Business Lea with $319,532 from OEO.NDL more than 40 cities, the NBL GOT
gue concluded an agreementwith : contributes additional$70- Executive Committee is now
the Office of Economic: 000. Berkely G. Burrell, considering those cities, that TENDERIZED
Opportunity and the Economic: president of the 67 year old offer the greatest potential
Development Administration predominantly Negro business the successful execution of the SMOKED PlCNlCSaLB.35,4J' :
providing $413,000 in federal, organization, stated that a project J objectives. Burrell : !
funds for a training and business final determination' has notin stated that NBL would limit
development program i been made as to the specific participation to those cities TURKEY
twelve pilot cities. EDA provides cities that will be included in with memberships in excess of i24155I
$93,859 and is matched 1 the project. With chapters in 100 active members., "Since I BACKS OR NECKS LB.
several chapters have substantially -

more than 100 active .. ., ." ,
members executive committee PILLSBURY :;I\\11"
our I r "J')'.flt-c'* 'I' 'tii." ir '! !
11 will establish criteriafor ,;..,.J-' ,._., ....' .
Broward the selection of the project f FLOUR ":, ;; :, :tj-5ihcK:
: : : : '
11 I Sport Scene pilot stated.cities," the NBL prexy ": ;,

County 5 The federal contract, now FRESH PORKNECK

NBL dubbed, is Project aimed at Outreach producing by I BONES LB" 12 1 '

-- ...--- 40 candidates for management
trainee Jobs, 240 trainees who
HELEN KINDERGARTEN TROUNCES DAVIE will open new businesses on a I .0 1, t i. .""tH'! miiri iIII\t" ': "
sound business basis, and the ;" ';' : : : : \\I; ''
Helen Kindergarten Adult Ladies Softball team continued training of 500 persons, who : '.: '. ... ., ,;:.. ""I>;":!:I}. ; '. LB 211 1
OX TAIL'St"; .
their winning pace by defeating David 26 to 8 last Tuesday as are now in business, with the '
approximately 250 fans looked on. Mrs. Joyce Kennedy,was objective of improving their .. t ,:':"." }M ; .
the winning pitcher Striking out 7 and allowing only 8 hits. business performance. To
In the bottom of the first Inning Davie retired the first three achieve this objective, the THRIFTY
batters, Bowens, Kennedy and Striggles. In the bottom of the project expects to enroll up to
second inning, Helen Kindergarten stroked out 6 hits for nine 2,400 tTa i n e e s. Most of the
big runs. Betty McCray, Barbara Lewis, Juanita Dixon and training will be accomplishedby SLICED BACON 3 LBS. $1PURE
Joyce Kennedy led the attack. utilizing the resources of
Helen Kindergarten Adult Ladles Softball team invites all
federal distributive education
ladies interested in softball to their {' ,' .....,... "1' J.f, "' .,
)Join team you are interested programs, local colleges and '"l''' I.I" > (... .T.r14' lrt1I; l\IfZf: ;
in playing Softball, please contact Mr.Samuel Dukes, universities and local adult : ; ;: :':: :
Athletic Director of Sunland_ Park, ,or Mrs. Burnell Brown, education systems. Accordingto LARtfE 1'\"r; Wt1FRESH 1 \
Team Captain.,. Burrell, the staffing of the 'I''" TIN '',
Helen Kindergarten's next inter-city Softball game will be project is now underway and .>t I" i {j'
played at Sunland park Monday night,July 31,at 8:15: p.m. The personnel orientation is ex-
public is invited to this gamo. pected to begin about September -


Continued 23
B. A., a senior girls softball team at Sunland park under on page
the Captainship of Frances Bowens, captured..their 12th ., \ "
straight softball game victory yesterday by defeating Carver .,GRAIN ." '.* r i i':lr.l, ;; n' 11f; ., ;: !.\',:r:, '\' r.., I :!. __
(I Ranch nine by a score of 21 to 8. This was the second road ,.' \ :;;":;''', I.k ,,,,,,},'';' ;.... ." : LB' ,. :' I'LO
victory for the P. B. A.'s after traveling to Oakland Park a RICE ;':::1 >;!;fj. ;j ;: :K; 1 (:' ,j,(.5'Jft'' ''''' '''J: ;'.,,,7,o.
softball contest i k f.iI P ''I,' .
there. .";,''"'.., "I!', .rK'd{I" \,.. "f!"". ,111."," ,,'I'', \
The outstanding players in the Caver Ranch PBA game yes-
terday were Minnie Hamilton and Rebecca Jones. Hamilton
slam her first home run of the season with two runners aboard RITZ ASSORTED FLAVORSCANNED
and Rebecca Jones followed with a booming triple to deep left
field, her third triple of the year. Other players contributingto SODAS 6'49
PBA's victory were Barbara Gibson, Geraldine Hampton, aP
Linda Shaw, Virginia Bass, Sheryl Bowens, Mary Marshall, 1
Stella Marshall Lee Glenn, Jackie Henry and Margaret Coop I '. ,,0\\\>
er. ':. ,
Tuesday, August 1, the PBA Nine will take on the Hallandale SUNSHINE SWEETS 1
Senior girls team. This game will be played at Sunland Parkon
diamond 1 beginning promptly at 8:15: p.m. The starting + 1
pitcher against Hallandale will be Barbara Clayton and the 39t :
starting catcher will be Mary Marshall. AN EARLY SUGARLB.: K

Everyone is invited to see this game. SETTLER DIES + l

Thursday evening, July 29,
Mrs. C. Louise Clarke McIntosh SALES LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 ORDERL' 1&
691-7661 of 2525 NW 50thStreet :, .,, .::, ,". ,..... 1,,;:
expired at Jackson Memorial
Hospital. She was born and
reared in Inagua, B. W. I She TENDER CHIC
and her husband Mr. David A.

1917 McIntosh andimmediatelybecame came to this city in FRYERS... LB. 29*

involved In the religious,
civic, fraternal and educational .
development of Miami.As 'I" r.rN1 'i"
a devout Christian she
became a member of the
Church of God of Prophecy, BOLOGNAP$1.0QJ
Rev. Arnold Demeritte, pas-
tor.Mourning her loss are Mr.
f1 David A. McIntosh, husband; GALON JUG FOREMOST
two sons, David, Jr., and Sgt. NODEP.
Danzil J. McIntosh of the U.S. MILK PLASTIC NO RETURN

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and Annibelle McIntosh of Mi- }, W' t.! ; eJ4'
ami. In addition to these are
several cousins, grandchildren -
$ god-children and many VEGETABLESFREODY'i : r
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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 4, 1967

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Friday the Men's Day Paul Freeman,pastor Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Ili Ilir

social committee will sponsor Sis. E. Jackson, reporteri Sis. Evelyn Souter,reporterWe Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor

it's annual "Trip Around th i Willie J. Beard, reporter

World." Bus will leave the i There will be a program are having our revival[ The president, officers and

church at 8:00. The fare Is one i Tuesday night after prayer this week with prayer meeting; members of the Missionary

dollar. This is one of the last t t meeting and there will also be each night at 8:00 p.m. Our' Society wish to thank each and

affairs for the benefit of Men's; a car wash at the church, Sa- preaching services will begin 1 everyone who helped to make

Day which terminates on Sun turday from 10:00 until. Monday night, at 8:00: p.m,. their Missionary Day a grand

ST. MARY'S W. M. day, August 13. Rev. Torrence will preach with Rev. Anderson of Jack- success Special thanks t Theo R. Gibson, RECTOR

The Lord's Supper will be i Tuesday night after the first sonville preaching.The Brother Yalter Anglin, Sister Antoinette Silva,reporterCongratulations
A. E. Bethel, reporterRev. administered during the i Sunday. Sunday School will celebrate and Rev. J.
Mytrice Murray
H. V. Stuart,pastor morning and evening service5Sunda The chairman Sister Freeman their anniversary the 4th 1 Everson for their parts oath! to the
members of the confir-
y, and the choirs will 1 is asking all members to Sunday in this month. newly
Sunday the first, Communion sing jointly. please co-operate with her on There will not be a monthly program. is busy monthat I mation class. We welcome
will be served all day.Join!t' August a very them Into the Church and hopethat
Roker oldest month the
Mother Evelyn the Women's Day Drive. conference this New Macedonia. The sche-
choirs will sing all day. The 1 member of the church,left: The Junior chior will have pastor is asking all auxiliariesto dule for the month follows. they will take an active

pastor will return from his va' Sunday for New York where> Fashion Show at the home of make their reports Sunda;y briefly: part in all the church activities -

cation. she will remain indefinitely Sister Marie Freeman August moning. Youth Day will be held the. .
First place winner of the t with wish for the sick shut- While your reporter was en-
| her children. We Remember Second Sunday morning and
Sun day School Teacher was' 13.Don't joying the '67 Expo many of
her a pleasant stay. forget to pray for the ins, bereaved families ana in
Mrs. Adele Bethel of the Nursery -, Deepest sympathy tOiMrs.. sick, and shut-ins. Come tco those In the armed services in evening The Pastor's August Aide Union the church's activities were in

Class,second<, Mrs. Mary' Monroe who went t faith lift- Visitors are always : progress. Among them were
Frances i church and have your our prayers. will be held the Second Sunday
-., Adderly of the Senior Class,1, Nassau Saturday to attend the i led. welcome. afternoon In August. the Tom Thumb Wedding and

third, Rev. Gladstone Hunter,1, funeral of her eldest son.Wel- ,. There will be a Battle of, the Rummage Sale. The Wed-
Sr., of the Adult Class, fourth 1 to ding was a grand success; the
come Mrs. Carolyn New-
third after-
the Sunday
Miss Maxine Major of the Pre- Songs, attendance was good, the find -
bold from
who returned Nas-
between Choir No. 2 0
Junior Class, fifth, Mrs.; sau last week. Greater noon, New Macedonia an d I ance great and the bride and
Bertha Adderly of the JuniorClass' excitingly happy. The
The motto for Men's Day, t Choir No. 2 of Greater New
and sixth Mr. Freddie I r. sale Is still
Rummage being
13 is "Count
| August on Me. Bethel Opa-locka at 3:00 I
Bryant Sr. of the continued its
Primary Chairman Deacon G. E. Hep- despite success.
Class. OU r sincere thanks to 1 I burn and co-chairman, Deacon p.m. Donations still being ac-

everyone for their support in 1 A. J. Hanna, are askingall Beginning Thursday nightbefore t cepted. Mrs. Ethel Philip,

making this contest a success. the men and women of Temple the Fourth Sunday and' chairman is quite enthused

Our annual Sunday School to make this true. concluding the fourth Sunday over thlsproject.

picnic will be held Saturday, afternoon, Choir number one The Baby Contest and the

August 5. Buses will leave the will observe their fifth anni- Parade of States for Young

church, at 8:30 a.m. for Vir- versary. People are the next, two acti-

ginia Key Beach. ST. A JAMES AME Mark these dates on your vities planned. .Anyone'Interested -

The wlnnes of the Talent Last Sunday Rev.Raymond Calendars and plan to attend[ In entering the Baby

Program were Miss Dorothy ,Heastie preached a wonderful each of these affairs;'More information Contest'' may contact Mrs.

Cheeney, Miss Peggy Anderson 'sermon. We are proud of him will be given each i Maggie Cash; for children un-

and Kelvin Stewart. as'he is just beginning in the w- week on these 'affairs. Watch der twelve 'years'of age con-

Sincere sympathy to Mr. ministry.Our .-- -.-- for them! tact Mrs. Johnnie Culmer and
John Duncombe and Mrs. School contact Miss
delegatesare teen-agers
Sunday may
There will be a Five-Day gifted bible teacher. He will
Lenora Ferguson who flew to going to the State Tri Annabelle Fisher.
Evangelistic Institute held at use for a general theme
Nassau to attend the funeral of Meeting. They will leave Sun- CHRIST EPISCOPALFather Get well wishes to Mrs.
the New Bethany Missionary "H ear t Troubles, Monday,
their sister. Also Mrs. day August 6 for Edward Nora Gaiter bedded at Mercy
Baptist Church, 268 NW 48thL. "The Blunt (or) The Incapable
Dorothy Thompson and family Waters College In Jackson- and Mr. Daniel McKenzie bed
Carter, minister. The institute Heart. Tuesday "The Putre- Clarke vicar
in the E. S. Jr.,
lost of her husband, Mr. ville, where the meeting will will be conducted by fied Heart." Wednesday and ded at home.
Burnell Thompson. be held. Sunday August 6, the feast
Rev. Chester Thursday "The Animalites
R.Townsel sec- ,
Continue toprayfor our sick Mrs. Merlon Daniels and of the Tranfigurafion will be-
"' retary of the board of Evan- Heart." Friday, "The Re-
and shutins.Visitors. First gin our 10th Anniversary and I
August-ites are having LIBERTY CITY
gelism of the 'general baptist deemed Heart and the Back-
are always welcome Sunday Dinner Sale at 1:00 Patronal Festival with Solemn
state convention of Florida. sliding Heart. IThosebest1helped !
to worshipatSt. Mary's. p.m. in the Parish Hall. High Mass and Sermon-10:45 CHURCH OF CHRISTF.
Rev. Townsel is regardedas will be those who bring
and Choir No. 2 The Rev. Reeves
a.m. H.
August-Ites E.S. ,
a preacher of today, and a composition book and paper. L. Thompson, minister
Deacon at the Church of the
are presenting "Heaven !
JORDAN GROVERev. T. S. Holmes, reporterThe
Bound" Friday night, August Incarnation will be the Dea-

C. H. Smith, pastor 11, at 8:00 p.m. In the church con of the Mass preacher. Statewide Youth Con-

Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe auditorium.Mrs. DRAKE MEMORIALRev. NEW PROVIDENCERev. This service will be the high- ference is history now. The
Merion Daniels and the light of our festival.WednesdayAugust9an.
pastor officers and Hospitality Club wish to thank Jarius W. Dunn,pastor C. J. Burney,pastorSis. program was outstanding,
and Inspirational.We .
Arsula Edwards reporterThe
members wish'to thank the everyone for the grand supporton -
to thank all of
Many thanks to the mem- our
Lord's will be nual Church Picnic at Baker
the 20th Anniversary last Supper
Rev. W. M. Davis for services visitors
bers and friends for makingthe who took time out of
served Haulover Beach. The bus will
rendered revival.We Sunday. Sunday during our
during our their busy schedule to
also wish to thank the many Mrs. Sarah Mobley and recital last Friday nighta evening worship. leave the church grounds, at a visit. pay us

friends and visitors for help- July-ites wish to thank every- grand success. The pupilsof Prayer meeting Tuesday, at 10:00 a.m. The most enjoy- Our
Mrs. J. W. Dunn were a delight 8:00 We all able event of the festival is the minister will leave
Ing make this revival a spirital one for their support for the : p.m. are asking
Wednesday to
month of July.Remember. to hear. The entire program members to please attend. anniversary banquet and danceon begin a meeting

one.The chairman and cochairman you are always moved rapidly and each Consecreation hour of prayer Thursday, August 10, at 8 In Bradenton.The .

are asking the general welcome.Let of student his performed to the best will be held each Sunday p.m. at the Police Benevolent church is planning to

support of the church to help us pray for the sick and ability. morning at 5:00 a.m. Association Hall, 15100 NW charter a bus Rochester
This recital is annual af- N.
make this Men's Dayasuccess. mankind everywhere.MT. fair an Let us continue in prayer for 27th Ave. $5 per person. Rev. Y. to attend the dedication ser-

Men assesses $25,women club.sponsored The by the pastorsaid will our sick, and shut-ins. Those Theodore R. Gibson, rector of vices of the church there our
and proceeds who are bereaved. Christ Episcopal Church, Coconut -
$10 junior boys $5
be minister, Brother
used for and F. L.
junior girls $3. You start .our juniors Visitors and friends are always Grove will be the principal -
may SINAI BAPTISTRev. Thompson is
teenage choirs. scheduled to
paying assessment now. welcome to worship withus. speaker.We all know him
your Deacon Perkins will have a preach the featured sermon.
Men's will be October 8. Cleo for his community contribu-
Day .Albury, pastor Sale The fare Is
Saturday $48.00 .
Barbecue roundtrip.The
tion come out to a cultural
Brother H. Dixon chairman, ,< Patricia Austin, reporter 1 ?. ';, trip is
.- .pleas g6 to.the church and scheduled for September -
Deacon Sidney Parrish co-: 0.: .% 1 event and hear this dynamic.
chairman.Let The "winners of the "Pretty help him with the pro ject. FRIENDSHIPRev. speaker.ST.. 11, for those who would
Don/t the sick and like to Those
us continue. pray"for:' Cup," at the tea which was held hut forget' J. E.Jenkins,pastor take this go. wishing to
1nS. Visitors alwayswelcome trip should
are contact
the sick and destitute. 'Sunday at 4:00: area; 1st place, Ruby Lee Carr,reporterOur Sister
to worship with us. Beatrice Black.
Mrs. Carrie Smith 2nd
Youth Dept. will play Visit the church that makes
Higgs and 3rd Mrs. M.Woods.
FIRST BAPTISTRev. Softball on 58th Street and 7th PAUL AME you feel at home.GLENDALE.
Court, Thursday and Saturday

W. J. Macon, pastor The delagates from the Sun- MT. CALVARYRev. the place Is the future homeof The Church will celebrateIt's

day School and B. T. U.brought the New Friendship.Special 53rd Anniversary the 27th

The Usher Board No. 1 cele back wonderful reports from Samuel Atchison, pastor thanks to Mr. Benny Oberryand of August. Special plans are BAPTISTRev.

brated their 7th anniversary r, the convention. Most Important Cynthia M. Johnson, reporterThe Mr. Art Green and all being made for this day, plan

Sunday, which was most suc they seem to be more en- others who helped, the names now to attend this occasion. B. L. Turner,pastor

cessful. The president Deacon t I thusiastic about helping the Mt Calvary youth are are to numerous to mention but Usher Board No. 1 will celebrate R. M. Harrington,reporterOur

E. Ramsey, who has been president church. The purpose of the planning a "Teen-age Social you will be thanked In a per- their 42nd anniversary,

for these 17 years ex- convention Is to get ideas to August 4, from 8 til' 11, at sonal manner at a later date. August 13, the entire church W. M. U. workers have

pressed his deep appreciationto i bring to your church and to improve Bonded Recreation Hall. A Get well wishes to Sister body is asked to give their full returned from the meetingsheld

themembershlp that has i it, and this Is what their most pleasurable time is be- Eldis Long and Brother Cliften support.The In New Mexico and North

grown from a total of 6toa report Implies. ing planned. The price Is $1 Graves both In Jackson Memtor J. B. Epperson board Carolina.

total of 36 members.The The month of August has per couple. Everyone Is cor- iaL Hospital.SPIRITUAL will hold their next meetingat This Sunday there will be a

board was divided into been designated Evangelistic dially invited. the home of Mr. and Mrs. feast on the Holy Communion

two groups to further the financial Emphasis Month. During this Our delegates Phyllis Beal, ASSEMBLYOF Reaves 4790 NW 47th Terr., together. Rev. J. Coats will

: effort. Group one whose month preceding the Revival Marsha Jackson, ,Janice August 20, from 4-6 p.m.: bring both messages for the

leader was.sister Caldonia services, a week of prayerIs Monr oe, LeonAtchisonAlfred BAHA'ISMiss Our congratulations to entire day.

Reed raised a total of $600. to be engaged. Gray, Kenneth Wright, Olive Alexander, Exe- Paula Johnson for winning the Our .Sunbeam Band Focus

The complete total for the anniversary Baptismal services will be and their chaperon, Mrs. cutive Director of JESCA will Little Miss St. Paul Contest on i Week Is approaching, and the

$1,750. The day was helo Sunday morning. All can- Flowers, expresses their speak Sunday, August 6, at 8 last Thursday night also to t{I workers are preparing our

.i truly a successful one. didates are requested to be thanks and views on what a P.m., at 137 NW 11th Avenue. McNair her first runnerupfor children for this week.

You are Invited to attend the present. grand time they had at the Sunday Her subject will be"Soul, Man the year 1967-68. Let us continue to pray for

annual tea of our choir No. 1 Visit the sick and shut-ins School and Baptist train- and Spirit." Remember our sick and saya all p e r s o n s ill everywhere,

to be held oo the second Sun- and remember them in your ing Union Convention Fort The public Is cordially Invited special prayer for their and for world peace among

day. prayers. Pierce. to attend. speedy recovery men.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 4, 1967 17Feeding



All members and those M tot
eeking membership are urge I
to meet at Mt.Olivette Rapist t
tI Church of which Rev I.C. .

lickins is pastor Friday,August i. .j .,
a, 11, promptly at 800pm.: .
m T'hose whose debts are in ar- .
r,ears are requested to ,...,. ..,
my up. .. ... r!
"'1> This will be the last meeting fill;' ,, r to
efore the National Convention -
11 i Denver.
The Council further wishes
t D express its sincere appre-
C iation to Rev. Mick ins. for -

tl heir installation and a ./fine Miss Suvetta B.Tinsley,the ... tJo: I 1
,, "
":;OD'S POWER SENT fj trery sermon on the fourth "
daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Bose : ,
S unday in ; '.''f. //
July. !
THROUGH THE PREACHER Cleveland of 10412 SW 173rd "- '"' + '

IS THE ONLY ANSWER" Street has recently graduatedfrom time In a Family; ;:;Core Home as the Foster Mother feeds
MT. CARMEL Homer G. Phillips Hos-
pital School of Nursing in St. her integrated charges. Glamour photos.
Attention to all preachersand Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor Louis, Mo. Graduation was I
all people who are seek- Louise McGriff, reporterWe held June 16th. St. 4/bans/ Day Care family ProgramThe
ing peace. thank the members from Miss Tinsley is a graduateof
We must accept the high the different churches who Mays High School, Goulds,
power but the power is ordained helped to make our Second class of 1957, and has recently Family Day Care Program
of God(Romans 13:1). Grandmothers Anniversary a attended Lane College in is sponsored Jointly by
success. Jackson Tennessee. Studiesat the Florida State Welfare De-
God spoke through me about Our evening message was Homer G. Phillips Hospitalwill partment and St. Alban's Day wr
six years ago with fire like i I delivered by visiting ministerRev. terminate August 30, at Nursery 3465 Brooker Street,
lightning with this power in his ; J. L. Hardwick of Trinity which time she plans to returnto Coconut Grove. The programis
tongue about 3 a.m. on a phone ;Baptist Church, Dania. Miami to work as a Regis- funded as a research project
long distance to Rev. Blaine Prayer meeting for revival tered Nurse. and will complete its first
in Jacksonville. Then he spoke .will begin Monday night after year of operation on July 29.
in our tongue: Tell Bishop i I the first Sunday with the Rev. There are 30 children in eight
Green to call all preachers together ;Everret, from Ft. Lauderdale 2 BUSES FOR licensed foster homes, all located
and tell the NAACP ]presiding. in Coconut Grove.A .
never mind. This meant that NATIONAL BAPTIST manual on Family Day Mrs. Sallie// Walker, Director and Mrs. Joyce Gorman, I
the demonstrations were out CONVENTIONThe Care is presently being pre- Caseworker, discussing Family Day Care Program.by .
of the hands of men. GREATER ST. LUKERev. pared by the staff for the
Florida State Department of Mrs. Joyce M. Gorman, The director of St.Alban's Day
God repeated himself exactly 0. Taylor, pastor committee is urgin: Public Welfare. Caseworker of the Academyof Nursery is Mrs. Sallie M. I
the same through me with Bernice Griffin, reporter those who wish to attend the* The program is supervised Certified Social Workers. Walker.of .
An- National Convention in Denver -
this power in the following
nual Conference. Whosoever Sister Irene Fuller, president by way of the Trailway
resisteth the;ordained powerof of the Home Mission wist 1 Bus to make your reserva- Income Tax Course At Junior Collegecapital I
God it is damnation to them 'to thank everyone for such a 1 tions now for seats on the second -
(Ref. Roman 13:2). wonderful turnout last Sundayfor bus. Just thirteen more! "Income Tax," a course on gains, business and Continuing Education, the
Missionary Day. Rev. W,> seats are required to com, preparing income tax returns personal deductions and spec- classes will meet Wednesday
These riots are not strangeto C. Graham preached. plete the seating capacity The t more effectively, will be offered ial tax cessions for retired evenings during the 13-week
me, I saw them com ing Sunday morning regular' bus will pickup those who have I this fall at MiamiDadeJunior persons. Fall Term (Sept. 7 Dec. 9).
through visions and revela- communion services will be( made reservations in Ft.Lau, College South. The non-credit course will Fee is $10. Registration may
tions. Where there are no visions held.Wednesday derdale, West Palm Beach I Topics to be covered include* be taught by ThomasCostello, be made at the South Campus.For .
the people perish. night weekly' Orlando, and Ocala and pro income from stocks and bonds,, accounting instructor. information, phone
God has given me the an- prayer service. ceed by a short route to Denver -, income from rental property/., Offered by the Department 2741161.SAMPSON'S .
these riots un- Remember to pray for the 1 The fare is only $80,
swer to bring
der control, by me and the vice sick every men all where over and the the world.ser- ** * * * ** *
other preachers following his Mrs. Irene Pratt has beautiful
rooms reserved and wil:
instruction. While he uses
asign all who desire a comfortable MARKET
ordained power in bringing ANTIOCH
peace on earth and good will room. Contact hei
13:1)). Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor now and you can be assigned before
toward men (
There is a root worm sin you arrive. 1466 NW 62 ST.
destroying us with the unde- Our evening message wa 5
boll-weevil sin. brought by Rev. D. Cook, associate Thousands as usual will at
veloped minister of Greatei' tend the largest and oldes
Let us avoid the curse by New Bethel. Convention in this Country am Free Delivery 696-57IJ
using God's spirit and move Wednesday night the churct 1 great preparations and plan,
the weight off our wonderful and pastor will render ser-' are being made for the comfort * * * ** * *
government and reach the vice at Union Grove Baptist t t and enjoyment of those ,e
mislead youth with God's ordained Rev. R. Smith,pastor. You ar* attending. Call Mrs. Mary F
power. I am a major invited to worship with us Sun-1 White or Doctor I.G.Pratt fo: 2 LBS. BRISKET STEW BEEF
prophet(Romans 12:6)). day. further information.
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6Y LAU.D'.ERDA1E#fl. 0 Ranches Legal Rights of TenantsA i iI

News I report on a conference to fox property to eliminate would be more useful if ten-

Walter Bow : discuss what can be done by values inflated by illegal use; ants, had the right to enforce

Our hearts were saddened this week to hear of the death o:11.By tenants, local and state gov- simplification and liberalization them.

Mrs. Lucy Stokes k the mother of our co-worker Nathanie I ernments, and the Federal of programs to finance- Also recognized were needs

Stokes of Ft. Lauderdale. Funeral arrangements are pending The VFWPostNo.8195, will government to protect the low-rent housing.It for state andlocal :1\\
governments -
Friends and aquaintances will want to send flowers or notes ol f hold its regular meeting this legal rights tenants has been to civil
Sunday August 6 and the next was agreed that legal re- provide as wellas
condolence to the bereaved family. issued through the Departmentof
forms be effective if criminal, remedies to
can only
of this month will be
visitor to is Jeanette Eubanks whos Justice.
A very lovely our city <3 streamline the i
resourceful r inspection
cousin is the ever-popular Miss Saundra Eubanks of 2201 NW/ Sunday, August 20, at 6 p.m. accompanied by
The conference called at economic action. systems improve their
All members are asked to be ,
23rd Lane, Ft. Lauderdale. Jeanette is now residing in Pal
metto. present. New members Join- the direction of the President, Judicial systems.

Last weekend a number of Lauderdalians returned horm 3 tog the post last weekend were was held last December 9 and often"Today's obstruct poverty rather laws than Copies of the 48-page report -
George Scott, Clarence White 10 in Washington, D. C. Par-
the those "Tenants'
from vacationing throughout U. S. among returning assist in America's efforts to ,
were the Charles B. Mortons who motored to the Peach State of West Hollywood, and Clyde ticipating were 45 lawyers, obtain decent housing for low- Rights: Legal Tools for Better
law and state and
Georgia, Tennesee and North Carolina. While in North Carolina -! Shaufton of W. Hollywood. professors income tenants the Housing," can be purchasedfor
local officials with 34 report
Don't forget our Fish Fry Saturday along
the Mortons visited Bennett College inGreensborowherPamela e said.It. 25 cents from the Super-
officials i from interested
will be attending in the fall. Pam is a 67 Spring night each week, come intendent of Documents, U.S.

Graduate from Nova High. Rev. and Mrs. Samuel George and I lout and enjoy yourselves. agencies, including Attorney said conferees generally Government Printing Office,

their daughter have returned from a trip to South Carolina L Robbie L. Brayboy, Commander General Ramsey Clark, Sec- agreed that housing codes Washington, D. C. 20402.

visiting friends and relatives. Samnel W. George, Jr., a student James Wiggins, Adjt. retary Robert C.Weaverofthe
Department of Housing and
at Nova High School expanded his trip to include Expo '67'
Mrs. Bloneva Strachan and
Urban Development and Sar- 'rs. Effie Thomas Was
in Montreal, Canada. The Ellis Millers of Ft. Lauderdale's' niece Gwendolyn Ferguson ,
gent Shriver, Director of the
globe trotting included California, Mexico, Montreal,Canada's' who love at 4819 SW 20th St., Office of Economic Opportunity. I
Expo'67. Terry Rogers is back home after two weeks of vaca, W. Hollywood, will soon leave Prominent Eastern Starways

.tioning in Augusta, Georgia with her brother Johnny Rogers 1 for Nassau, to celebrate their
who is a member of the United States Army.Mr. birthday together at the ft. remembered her oath
The conference covered a
and Mrs. Walter Hinton of 713 NW 19th Avenue departed I ( and obligations in her Eastern
British Colonial Hotel.I .
variety of legal tools for ten- ::
Monday, July 31 heading for Sylvania,Georgia.The Hintonsare :;,', Star work. When the local Sec-
making the trip to bring their daughters Gale an I Miss Sharon Sewell of SW ants and state and local authorities retary of the Eastern Star was

Lascheryl home after having spent a month with their uncle! 21st St W, Hollywood, is home to improve slum notified of the death of sister

and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Willie Parrish. after spending her first year housing conditions. Also cov- Thomas the necessary contacts

Miss Jessie Bell Jones, of Way n e s b 0 r 0,Georgia is here i at Tennessee A & I. She is the ered were Federal measuresto were made with the Na-

visiting her brother Mr. Joseph Jones, Jr.and her cousin Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. aid state or local govern- tional Headquarters and a

Lucious Jones both of whom are natives of Waynesboro.Mr. Sewell of 54th Avenue and 21st ments and private investors in check for $300 was imme-

McKinley "Crown Prince" Williams of WRBD began Street. the improvement of housing. diately sent to her son Ray-

his two week vacation Monday, July 31st. We're wondering Among the suggested Fed- mond Huff her beneficiary.
who'll take care of deck three while he's away. Will it be Joe The Carver Ranches Fire
eral measures were Huray International Masons
Fisher or that other dashing young man from West Palm Dept., holds its meeting every
More grants to local au- and the order of Eastern Stars
Beach Monday night at 8 .
p.m.Congratulations is of the few
thorities to augment inspec- one organizationsof
The Elks Club of Ft. Lauderdale will play host to a shift
I'tion activities More rigorous I its kind which pays at once
and mini skirt dance to be sponsored by the Daughters of the to the ;
I ments for participation in all international masons and
Elks Club on Saturday night beginning at 10.00: p.m J. Outler Resturant at 4042 S. !
Federallyassisted pro Mrs. Effie L. Thomas of 637 stars throughout Broward and
Visitors to our fair city are Miss Lillie Mae McDonald and W. 17th St., which opened last
'grams; including in those requirements NW 14th Terrace who passed Dade County.The organizationgave
Miss Geneva McDonald of Nassau. They are guest of Mrs. weekend. Don't forget to stop
the right of tenantsto away July 3, 1967 will long be full honor of duties to
Francis Smoot of 720 NW 15th Terrace. The purpose of their by and get your chicken in the
I enforce housing codes col- remembered by her relativesand their beloved sister. The
visit was to attend the four day State-Wide Youth Conferenceheld box or anything in short order. ;
lection of better information many friends. As one of Supreme Grand Master of De-
at Golden Heights Church of Christ.There were approxi- Right next door to Harris
'on housing conditions and her sisters in Eastern Stars troit, Michigan was pleased to
mately 300 representatives from all over the state of Florida. Motel and pool room.
I needs; reduction of prices paid phrased it"we have lost a very know that all duties were performed
The guest speaker was Mr. Zebedee Bishop Detroit, Michi- P. F. C. Fred Riley is home dear and Christian friend who in order.

gan.The on furlough after spending a was always loyal and stead
Allen Orrs of Ft. Lauderdale motored this week to the in 'the He is Sister Thomas served as
year Army. now OPENING SOON fast in all her duties"She
much talked about Expo 67. They will spend two weeks tour- at Oakland, Calif. president of the missionat

ing in the New York, New England area. SNYDER'SBARBER was a member of the Peaceful Zion Church and

Registration for the NW Branch YMCA AugustSummer Fun SHOP Peaceful Zion Baptist Church the oldest marshall of the

Club which began August 1st is still open. The Fun packed pro- MIAMI TIMiS:: 6711 NW 15th Avenue whose minister is Rev. W. J. chapter of Princesses Itelia

gram includes a trip to Pirates World, all kids night at the Ft. ADVERTISERSAppreciate Jackson. Mrs. Effie L. Huff Chapter No. 79 she iEsurvivedby

Lauderdale Yankee Stadium. A session at the Mountain Dew your business. David Snyder, Prop. Thomas became a member of her two sons Raymond and

Dance Party at the YMCA broadcast live over WRBD. They are courteous and Andrew Stroman, the International Masons and George Huff and one sister,

Civic Leaders have been chosen by 1967 United Fund Cam dependable. Support theml! Barber' Eastern Stars in 1958. She Mrs. Luvator Kendrik of 2118

. paign Chairman Robert C. Abel, Jr., to reorganize the UF of served until her death and al- Palmetto Street, Tampa.

Broward County. Mrs. Marietta Benevento as Vice-chairman,
Emerson Allsworth as Personnel Vice-chairman and JamesD.

Camp, Jr. as Agency Coordinator. Mayor Ed Stack, ThomasJ.
Walker and Ben Salter will unite to conduct and coordinate
campaigns In th Nortl\ Central and South Broward respectively. \ Why Not HaveDelivered

Other key posts which have been filled are: Major Firms 7 Yf ,\

Division, Karl E. Madden, Management Consultant; Financesand

Services Division, James Collins; President, American

National Bank Construction Division G. Fred Collins, Presi-

dent Collins Construction Corp; Professional Division FrancisK.

Burkley, Ft. Lauderdal Attorney; and Public Employees

Division, F. R. (Jack) Humphries, Broward County Commis
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The Central Administration Offices of the Economic Oppor- / to lour Home i

tunity Coordinating Group have moved to the United Fund _\

Building located 1300 South Andrews Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale.

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22209 Ft. Lauderdale 33315 -- 5227458.The BY MAIL I

Migrant Child Care Center has been accepted as a United .

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TalkBY .\
i NEWS IN REVIEW-Headlines:Detroit, Mich.,riot's death The Interagency Board of U, \(
toll up to 41 after Army Para-troopers shot down four
Negroe S. Civil Service Examiners for \
: (two women and two men) Saturday night, killing
\ a 19-year- Florida located at 123 South i
I old man and wounding other three. USS Forestal Air- Court Avenue, Orlando, has ,
craft Carrier ( the off North Vietnam explosion accident) ex. Issued the following examination :
pected to pass the present 175 death count_ the worst calam. announcements to fill
ity to strike a U.S.Navy ship since World War H. Wil-
Roy positions throughout the State i
kins and Whitney Young, Jr., (Negro leaders) on Lyndon B. J,. of Florida with the exception I Ar4' 4I
riot Prevention Commission. Whatever happened to Mar. of 10 counties in Northwest
tin L. King? .Sunday's Prayer for Racial Peace led b)f Florida.
Pres. L. B. J. at D. C.National City Church. New York ; ;.
City's (White Press) newsmen tried to blame Puerto Rica Motor Vehicle Operators,
East Harlem rioting on Negroes Canadian heavyweight t $1.81 to$3.40 per hour.Helper f eP
boxer George Chuvalo rates Joe Frazier as a harder hitter J (All Trades), $1.96 to $2.72 M
than Cassius Clay, the world champion.Chuvaloshould know hour. Dredge Positionsi
He felt both punches..H.Rap( ) Brown, national chairman 0 i r (aboard seagoing Hopper
the SNCC spoke against LBJ at the Black power meeting in I Dredges), $2.37 to $3.75 per
Newark because LBJ offered Gov. Richard Hughes federal aid hour. .. .11IIII.... ; .",, t"l"' ...
to suppress Negroes during Newark's five-day uprising Applications will be -
accepted Appreciation last coach; Joyce Tinker, 100
Puerto Rico still a U. S. Common-wealth by vote. Not a state! until further notice and
County Mayor Church : Mrs. meter specialist, and seated
U. S. World Commitments:The United States is so flood should be sent to the Inter presented certificates of -chap- Mayor Hall Miami CityCom-
ed with world defense promises that if we tried to make goodon agency Board of U. S. Civil predation to Miami ,third mission also presented the
them, we would be mllltarilyand financially bankrupt Viet Service Examiners for Flor- Fun Track Club jump; girls appreciation awards_
nam is draining this nation of billions and our best man-power. ida, 123 South Court Avenue WMBM Miami
tives in the National photo by Metro News
We (USA) have more men in Vietnam than Britian has in her Orlando, Florida 32801. Championship held in ; Rolle, Bureau.
entire armed forces.
Miami as "Big Pine," now living In New York City at 405
W. 147thSt.,Is in the trucking business and contracted by PennR. Peaches and Herb's For Your Love" Aretha ;
R. Freight Department. Ulysses is the son of Henry Woods "Respect" dedicated to Jerome Jones Brenda se ROCK SUN., AUG. 61H
640 3rd St., West Palm Beach. Has a brother, Sinclair, also Tabulation's "Who's Loving You"growing high. And PRESENTS
of WPB. Ulysses likes jazz. Favorite singers, Sam and Dave Wonder's "Hey Love" to Arcadia, Florida's Ronald
song, "No one knows like I know;"favorite hobby, girl watch-; Detroit, Mich., Gov George Romney blew his CONCERT
chances last week by requesting federal aid for Detroit's
ing; ambition, to move back to Miami.
NEW YORK AND FLORIDIANSHerbert Balfour (Shack) ing. Death 41. This is Scoop Bethel saying time and tide : Featu ring
heading toward Miami come Labor Day Week. His vacation for no man. CUNXTWK.MEDICAL. FOUR Atlantic Group Recording

starts Buster Tolliver Is "out of sight" these days Plus
Mr. and Mrs. George McCray of 238 W, 146th St., NYC, on SIX TRIO with Nowell Cruz
vacation in Miami visiting relatives Harvey Hall at the 126th
Blvd. & St.
Palm Cafe Club Friday nite sipping "Scotch on the Rocks" Biscayne
King Coleman(former Miami disc joc) now an interna- ; H ADM. $2 JAZZ CLUB $1
tionally famous dancer (mash Potato King) Master of Cere- COST UP
mony Florida's gift to Newark, N. J. Anderson Johnson
(Big Andy of Florida AMU) stayed in NYC during the five-day
Newark (massacre) riot where 30 persons died Willie According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

Williams of 1716 NW 3rd Avenue., waiting for his son, Jesse Medical Cost is up 5% this year over 1966 Champion
J.W.) Williams to return from Trenton, N.Y. Betty I
lavender Jackson (former Miamian) and Herbert Turner(acting continuing a 20-year rise.
silly) about to end their romance(a Trenton, N. J. Spec- * & TV REPAIR

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that hospital cost will rise 15%
"I Was Made To Love Her,"number one, dedicated to Rita N.W. 62nd St.
year through 1970. The 1966 one-
Ross (Supreme's Diana HI' sister). Yes, Supremes,Diana, average
Florence and Mary are free,single and disengaged. Debbie day cost per bed patient was $49.00; may
Bethel dedicating Marvin Gay's "Ain't No Mountain High to $58.00 in 1967; $67.00 in 1968; $77.00 in 696-3225

Enough'' to Cousin Andrea Bethel of 214th St.,Opa-locka 1969 and $88.50 in 1970. Jordan, Jr., Prop.
Betty Swan's "Make Me Yours" to charming Valdez Murry
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Carver YMCA Day Campers 90th Aerial Port Squadron )

Visit Greynolds ParkThe to Delaware For 2 Weeks I:

Carver YMCA Day renditions. The 90th Aerial port Squa- Military Airlift Command. In
t a Camp; Program took its large Even though, "A Day from dron, commanded by Major addition, the unit was recog-
membership of approximately the Y" was the objective, the Richard Erdlitz, will be airlifted nized by the Veterans of For-
250 young people on a pic- staff members encouraged the to Dover Air Force eign Wars as the outstanding
nic and outing toGreynoldspark. youngsters to take advantageof Base, Delaware, on August 19 reserve unit in Florida.
This park is located in the opportunity to explorethe to perform its annual two- The 90th Aerial port Squa-
the north end of the county and wooded-area in hopes that week duty tour. dron (Reserve) is stationed
r provides for numerous varietyof just being close to and by see The squadron's duties include with the U. S. Air Force at
activities.The ing would help to enhance their processing material and Homestead Air Force Base.
outing was organizedand understanding of nature and personnel for oversea air- Among Miamians on its per-
supervised by the staff in the outdoors. shipment During 1966 the 90 sonnel are: SSG Clarence
5 the usual manner: as that of the The field trip proved to be was chosen the outstanding reserve Clear SSG Eugene Nottage,
regular daily program, but fun and very enlightening to Aerial Port Squadronin SSG Ernest Kirkland and A1C
great effort was made to take the extent that it provided fora the 21st Air Force and also Theodore Lambert. Lt. D. N.
advantage of all that the area wider frame of knowledge, received the same honor from Reams is information officer.
offered. The young people participated opportunity cooperation and a
in hiking, horse- chance to work together. It
shoes, Softball, football, boat also provided a chance for the How to Save Money and ShopWisely"
riding, nature hunting and instrumental acceptance of individual responsibility
misic. To add to The staff as wellas I
the enjoyment, the choir sang the youngsters enjoyed this Workshop Monday \
----- some their favorite songs and outing and another one is planned -

Leroy Daniels,assistant director Carver YMCA and the re- the drama department gave for the near future. Thirty representatives teach them how to prepare a
of the Carver YMCA, sponse of the kids has been from several cities la South family budget;to compare val-
gets rapt attention from three overwhelming. Florida will start a three- ues, prices and credit in shop-
summer 'day campers as he Raymond Thornton, direc- Fun For Alumni at week training course at Alla- ping; and to use group effortto
demonstrates the proper use tor of the Carver program, is pattah Junior High School, combat financial ills. With
of the kiln, for hardening clay planning a night program in FAMU Commencement 1331 NW 46th St.,Monday,Au- the knowledge gained from the
ceramics made in the arts and art and crafts and photo- gust 7, at 9:00: a.m., to learn training sessions, they will
crafts classes. graphy for adults due to the Tallahassee.-Alumni and "First Annual Weekend of Fun how to save money and shop return to their local communities
More than $6,000 worth of many requests for the pro friends visiting Florida A&M on the Hill. All participantswill wisely. and help their friends and
arts and crafts equipment has gram- House of photography University during the com- have to pay a registrationfee These people represent neighbors through consumer
recently been installed at the photo. mencement events will have of $5.00. Federal Credit Unions in their education and providing the
to mix business communities. They're start- services of a credit union as
an opportunity The summer commence-
Carver T Youngsters Learn with pleasure, accordingto ment exercises will be at 9:00 ing to learn'about family fin- the alternative to the high-rate
a release from the execu- a.m. in Lee Hall Auditorium ances in "Project Money- money lender.
I tive secretary of FAMU Gen Saturday, August 12. Dr wise."
Harm of Cigarettes eral Alumni Association.G. Thomas: Miller Jenkins, pre- Their opening session will This course is the first in
W. Conoly executive sident State feature a "Welcome to Mia-
Albany College, series to be presentedin
a new
} Dr. Edvin Shirley, a promi- arettes in various ways, suchas secretary 0 f the association, Albany, Ga., will be the speaker. mi" talk by Miami t vice-mayor four areas of the nation during -
nent medical doctor in the Mi- stealing cigarettes from said that included in the alumni Stephen P. Clarke, as well as
remainder of 1967.
ami area, showed 250 young- parents, and borrowing from activities this summer will be Other activities will includethe words of wisdom from Flor the
sters of the Carver YMCA,re- their friends; His main point tournaments in golf, bowling, presdent's( chat with sen- ida's top Social Security'inan' Last presented year a:;; similar in siX cities course un-

cently"a film, "Too Tough To was that cigarette smoking bridge, whist, and swimming. iors in Charles Winter Wood Marshall Wise. der was "pro ject' Moneywise."
Care. does cause cancer. He explained All tournament are from 2:00to : Theatre, 10 a.m. Thursday;
580 Federal
Dr. Shirley, also a memberof to the how Those attending the course There are now
group a per- 4:00 p.m. Thursday,August consecration services in limited
the board of Dade Monroe son can detect the signs of can- 10, and the finals will be held Charles Winter wood Theatre, will be instructed in consumer Credit Unions serving is
income project
Tuberculosis Association cer and how dangerous it is to Friday during the same hours. 7:00 p.m. Friday; and Presi- education, family financial groups.
spoke to the group after the humin life. Conoly also said that a din- dent and Mrs. Gore's reception counseling and credit union funded through an interagency
with the Office of
film, and allowed for a ques- The group at Carver YMCA, mermeeting will be held in the at Sunshine Manor, 7:00 operations and management. agreement
tion and answer'period. He enjoyed Dr. Shirley very much University Commons at 6:00: p.m Friday "Project Money-wise" will Economic Opportunity
stressed the point that usually and was enthusiastic about p.m. Thursday and a dance
smokers begin while young. finding out more about cancer from 9:00 to 12:00: that night.
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After Saturday, July 29,the Dolphins showed plenty of spirit
after a slow first half start, coach George Wilson was doing PREJUDICES IN BOXING OVERSHADOWEDBY
the same as they do In baseball during spring training giving NEGROES PREEMINENCENot
the rookies a chance to show their ability of making the grade,
But one exhibition game can't tell the story. We all know good I long ago the head of the Congress of Racial Equality
experienced ball players have a bad day The rookie can loolbad ; ASHE CAPTURES NATIONAL CLAY COURTS preferred his opinion that the five Negroes in the eight-man
one day and great the next day. Therefore I hope no mis- TITLE .. The big trophy being presented to Ar World Boxing Association heavyweight elimination series
takes are made by letting a player go then feeling sorry, after- should withdraw
thur Ashe by Robert A. Uihleln, Jr., presidentof
wards. Besides the Dolphins 19-2 win over the Denver Bon-
I cos, I want to congratulate Bob Gallagher and Henry Barrov r the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company, represents The national chairman of CORE, Wilfred T. Ussery, said,
for the wonderful Job of play by play description of the game,,, a big victory for the young tennis star from "No Negro heavyweight should fight in a sport controlled by
This compliment only comes from me, but many readers expressed Richmond, Virginia. Ashe captured the National white and which so flagrantly disregards the rights of black
the same. There couldn't have been better descrip. Clay Courts title, second most prestigious in thee people."
tion under the circumstances.The waythey described thg Ram U.S., by whipping Marty Riessen of Evanston, The action of California athletic commission to In rejecting
from the second half on, was all Dolphins.This coming Satur- Illinois/ in the finals at the Town Club in Mill /' Cassius Clay's application for license to box in the state
day, August 5, the Dolphins play Buffalo at Menthis Memorial l waukee. It was the first National Clay Courts prompted Ussery's statement that, "black people have no '

Stadium' where it will be televised on channel 4 at 9-00 p.m, championship for Ashe, Davis Cup Star, who is rights In this country."
It will also be broadcast by WIOD. By they Bob Gallagher the nation's top ranked tennis player. The important The list of inequities and in Justices which the Negro suffersin

is with WTVJ and Henry Narrow with WIOD. meet is staged in Milwaukee each year in this country is long and scandalous. In education, housing,

cooperation with Schlitz and Uihleln is honorary economic opportunity and human dignity,long,laborious hard
chairman of the tournament. road lies ahead. Nonetheless the area of sport can look with
pride, especially boxing, which until recent years was the
tramp of all sports. The Negro has not only enjoyed equalityin
boxing; but has most of the time enjoyed preeminence.No .
Half Million field of human endeavor demands more ofthe individualthan
boxing and none recognizes quality more readily. Whena
man clambers through the ropes and puts up his hands, race,

Jobs For Nearoes counts color, for creed nothing., nationality or previous conditions of servitude
-- - -
., Whether it be Joe Louis emerging from a Detroit slum or
Charleston.S.C. dilemma." The other two were Dick Tiger off a chicken farm in Nigeria, Em lie Griffith from
Martin Luther King, Jr., sug- listed as racial Injustice and
h ika"p the Virgin Islands or Sonny Liston from a Missouri prison, the
s gested Sunday that the federal poverty."I ., fighter is Judged and rewarded according to his abilities, thereis
i government could create a half
t tf no other criterion.No .
million for am against the in
y4 Jobs Negroes by war
doubt civilization will outlast the period of Clay's annull-
expanding postal service to Vietnam," he declared. "It is
ment, and boxing will survive until the right man comes along;
three deliveries a day. the most unjust war of modern
.. ., times and perhaps the most and who knows the right man could very likely be Joe Fraziera

From left to right: Gladwin Robinson, Bermuda; Vilma All unjust war in history. Negro.
Dudley Trinidad and Lincoln He also said that Negro un-
; W. Myers, Trinidad. Myers is
attending Dade Junior College, studying international rela- employment, an underlying "Don't let them fool you with JUNIOR GOLFERS LINE UP WITH NATION'SBEST
tion's, with emphasis on Latin American studies.He Is 21 and factor In recent race riots, this talk of Communist ag- FOR UGA OPEN AT LEJUENE '
has another year to go.- Miami Metro News Bureau Photo. could be reduced if the federal gression," be added. "The
government expanded the Hill- revolutions taking place in the
TOURNAMENT OF THE AMERICAS WINDS UP Burton act to provide additional world today are the result of One of the feature highlights of the United Golfers Associa-
The 1967 tournament shaped up to the toughest contest in its: Jobs In hospitals and nationalism." tion National Open Tournament is the sponsorship of a great
five year history record after was broken even in attendance,, provide federal funds to"give and brilliant youth division.
It was nip and tuck right down to the wile. Fifteen, of the established every school teacher a teach King said he would continue This program Is designed with one main objective in view,
records were broken, 10 new records went into the er's aide." to preach non-violence although an that is to develop young golfers boys and girls within the
books, because the game for the first time consisted of women Negroes Involved In recent age bracket of 1112.So .
and men In all events were crowned fa the United States. Bow- rioting have Ignored his it Is again that August 21-22,Lejuene Golf Course ac-
lers dominated the tournament with seven out of eight cham- Dr. King, head of the South- advice. tion will take place to show off the nations latest and best crop
pionship titles. Norm Eckert won the singles, Billy Fitch woo ern Christian Leadership of Junior golfers.
all event, Fitch Eckert Mary Lou Graham of Miami an 1 Conference, addressed a "on the violence in our The age grouping and tournament fees will be(11-14) fees
Betty Evans won the foursome. Betty and Mary Lou won the crowd estimated at 3,000 at a cities, I must continue to say $6.00; (15-17) fees $7.00(18-20) fees $8.00.
women's doubles and Mary Lou also won the women's all rally sponsored by the Citiitiens no matter how much my people Boys and girls wishing to enter the tournament snould com-
events. Lee Evans, executive for the tournament deserves gre; Committee of Charleston refuse to listen to me,that plete the application form and mail with accompanying entryfee
credit for the way he and his staff conducted the tournament.. County, a civil rights organi- this is not the way," King de- to Lonnie Jones, UGA National Open Junior Golf Tourna-
zation. clared. ment, Box 1492 order payable to the United Golfers Associa
deadline for registration is August 10, so don't delay,
Marlins added a new player to take the place of Jimmy Repeating his sentiments "The riots do more harm to tournament fees will be refunded if applicant Is unable to par-
Williams who is out for the season with a shoulder separa- against the Vietnam war,King the Negro than to anyone," he ticipate and request refund in writing before August 16.
tion. He's, Lee Green a vet 6' 1" 1901bs andwieldsa pretty said the continued fighting said. "Instead of saying burn
heavy bat. He was sent from Elmira double A" to help the there is one of three factors baby burn, I say build baby OFFICIAL APPLICATION
Marlins stay in contention. They also added a pitcher from which make up the"AmericanFree build. UNITED GOLFERS ASSOCIATION
Stockton, AU Severinson, a 6 3" 212 pounder, He has saved NATIONAL OPEN JUNIOR GOLF TOURNAMENTNAME
a couple of games already as a relief pitcher and wish to stayas
one, Marlins are having their ups and downs. After last
Monday's game when they slaughtered Ft.Lauderdale,with 16 Fr. Chest X-Riy'
bits and 13 runs they looked like the Marlins. \ AGE. D.O.B. SEX-
,f ,.
; <*"r :

Nctionil Junior Woo eus' '
I Chest X-Rays will be Monday, August 7 thru Friday -
Trick Meet .t MDJC available on the ChristmasSeal August 11, Northslde CITY STATEWe
Mobile Chest X-Ray unit Shopping Center,NW 27th Ave. I
of the Dade-Monroe Tuberculosis and 79th St, (Alligator Square) certify that the above Information is correct.
The National Junior Wo- Reef elementary school. .and RespfratoryDlsease
men's Outdoor Trackand "Two girls from Coral Association? for all Dade Hours Monday and Friday only
Field Championships will be Gables High, Joyce Tinker and County residents 18 years of 1 4 and 9 8. Hours Tuesday Signature of Parent Signature of Participant
contested for the first time in Barbara Williams, look very age and over, at the following Wednesday and Thursday "; ;: ,'
Florida M Aug. 5 at Miami- promising in the 100-yard locations; only: 11-2 and 3. 6. *
Dade Junior C College north sta- dash and long Jump," Gagich ."
dium, Hllk St, .and NW 27th added. ;
Aye. ; MIAMI TINtS: * ** * * * *,

Other southeast Florida QVEr'SERSApprtcraft -tc
The meet, consisting of 27 track clubs to be represented ltrsieeu

the events Amateur,. will Athletic t* conducted,Union by of include mond-Perrine MetroMiami and Broward-, Rich- Tit, ere t.urtew yntr .114 :: GREATER MIAMI URBAN LEAGUE ?i

lfel/+/ekla, irrped I".'
the ore4 United,ty the Staten Ward, -.d1l1pOD-Rut for: palm Beach. will from baa PomlDOoP.ftdal. warded, i Jfl Sponsored by l/NlVEBAt; REAL ESTATE, Inc. Sonny Wright, Pret. *;,

Track Club 1Aconzgctionwitb through sixth place In each TTQf'NING

Metropolitan, 4 'p de jro4nty.WE event, and team will or be organisa, : SOON !: JAZZ Men SHOW & DANCE .?

( tion trophies present" \ : 'SMYDCR'SPARSER v,
Is sanctioned '
Competition <
:" IT? ,txpectfag nearly by ed.tht Florida Gold Coast Association -, ':.; SHOP '.SATURDAY;. AUGUST 5,, 967' L i "JIe
ZOO eotJ'id't slime from as faraway of the AAU. 611)} HW )5th) Avenue .'' '. ". S ,\- r. ', ., *.
a* California and ,SIR I JOHN KNIGHT BEAT CLUB .', ,,'T:
'David .., '
several records could be Prop. 1* Beginning at 8iOO p.m. :
broken" according to meet is the, Andrew,Stromon, '
Meet headquarters in Barber -k: Advance Admlttlon- $2.25 At Door-- $2,5Qtc'

I director education, EU Gagich teacher, at physical Coral cayne Voyager Blvd. Motel, 12350 Bis ** * * * ** *,,

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p 22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 4, 1967 I
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OPEN 2.5 SUNDAY :( : ,
$600 DOWN 99 NW 39 STREET REALNo 'rr '
., : #t. ,'
2393 N. W. 86 ST. CBS corner lot, fenced yard. Move right in. ': ", "I l'" '.'

Custom 3 bedroom beauty. Best house in No red tape. $1,900 down. Take over mort IRONER
;, .', 1,
area. Large corner lot. Near Northsde! shop gage. $120 month pays all. ,: r, I ; "

ping, school, etc. Ideal for doctor or other !\j'1\ OPEN SUNDAY : /!, t
professional. BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM :.'\\'" ,. :" .:' .' t l.

2 Baths, large Florida Room, 1 mortgage. investment on earth Is so safe, 10 sure, so
Investment Opportunities I certain to enrich its owner, as Real Estate.

4 UNIT APT. $2,600 DOWN Universal Realty Realtors ,
Modern bedroom opts in new condition absolutely I, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS : \:.

spotless.Terrazzo floors, tile baths 4600 NW 7th Avenue ".LU(, new 2 bedroom CBS in Bunch. Pofk.7",11)l, ,
"H W 155tb St. Flo enclosed i front'porch '
and kitchens. 3 opts, attractively furnished.One room, /
751-8642 jalousie windows, awnings, fenced yard, freshly;,
FHA. Near 71st St. & N. W.
mortgage f alnted Inside nout,fA bargain at $9,000FHA, j*?,
2nd AVE OPEN SUNDAY ,w I ith $300,;'down. aad,,'$55.80. month. Vocantw.pve '

12 UNIT APT. $15,000 DOWN ,, "-, ,,: ,',',k.y.",,fjSELLER l;\."v' ".":" jOfo,1_ ..,<; A ':, ) /:.. ,, ':ii";"".'I,\:,"'Gy.".
Net30% plus amortization on one of the best
buildings in Miami's desirable N. E. Sec PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

tion. Spotless. bedroom CBS near 27th A*'. on 88th
LINCOLN FIELDS APARTMENTS Street. Jalousie windows, awnings, fruit trees.
Investment Counselors Inc. Large landscaped fenced yard. A wonderful bar.
2045 NW 62nd STREET gain at only $9,500, $300 down and $59.01 mo.

Realtors ,.
in Our Cool, Clean Apartments ; QUALIFYING /
Enloy Living ; NO RED TAPE NO ; :
.' N.W.7 St. Offering Many Features ;' !Modern CBS,. tile roof, carport, air conditioner;iMip. i't \
2994 634-4563 p.p.ft t l ug. completely fenced lot. Pay $lOOOjJow7jj 1
FREE GAS FREE GARBAGE DISPOSAL "and>,tak. over FHA mortgage of, $9,600 payable! '.

FREE CITY WATER REFRIGERATORTILE $81"nonthpos: ., J.1(1.Includes, ,, .taxes 1'l g w and.Y7o.c/Insurance ). 1!
I Ivy A House Today WASHING MACHINES VENETIAN BLINDS Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in new area in
Opa-locka. House is on large lot and has been
AUTOMATIC HOT WATER HEATER painted inside and out. Like new, appliances, too.
w ((1)) 3071 NW 69 Terr. $300 down. $98 mo. 'Borgaln at$12,500$400 down, $77.61 month FHA.

Large 3 Bedroom Home. CARETAKERS ON PRE $ESWe.kly '
((2)) 3075 NW 69 St. $300 down. $98 mo. Extra ry d.Iuxe ouse on ,2.'lots. ,1e
1 bedroom $20.00 2 bedroom '
$16.00 ,
+ kitchensomefuTlture
S Large 3 Bedroom Home. owning very;large rooms Urge!
Renting Office open Every Day except Sunday ;! itor:; and refrlgeroforftlocotiwlU' 2 hah s''t; on
( ) 542 NW 41 bt. ., CBS Home. $300 down. 'better 2bedroo1Tli6 at
I ''
Phone OX 1-8862 $14500ff; 1l''wiN+ $dS0 down and $90iaon
f Garage Dining Room Porch. ** 'v tpvn l (

((4)) 2922 NW 15 Ave. $350 down. $94 mo. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

4 Bedroom 2 Bath Home. A Modern CBS on beautiful corner. Fla room, car
port, city water and well water for lawn, lalousle

((5)) 1299 NW 51 Terr. $400 down., $95 mo. windows, stove and refrigerator.On 87th St.Near
24th Ave. Well worth the FHA price of $12,000,
2 Bedroom Home Carport. with $400 down and $74.41 month.

3151 NW 55 St. $100 down. $24 weeks
((6) '
3 Bedroom No Qualifying. Xing Realty, Inc.of NO RED r 'pirN': QUALIFYING : ; ':\

A better 2 bedroom'frame asbestos shlltgl.'housef;;'
((7)) 3274 NW 68 St. 1 Bedroom House. $18 Miami Realtors front porch, awnings, stove and refrigerator.' Or!':',
week. 60th St. near 30th Ave. Bargain at $9,000 wlthV
$750 down and ( "
$75 mont Move right n.
"V('" FORRENT:; : ",* ")! '

'\ Apartments 14460 NW 22 Ave.. Opalocka3274 i :: FIND SECURITY HOME AND INCOMEWe

'- NW 68 St. -, Bedroom House $20 week 1941 NW 88 STREET have a few 5 and 6 unit apartment buildingsthat

"'*56I, NW 58 S4:;'..JZ, Bedroom House:'$21,'week Large corner, 2 bedroom, huge pla' room, carport, $450 Live can free be in bought one apartment with as little and as collect$2,500 incom down.e

: .1293'NW.-:.',.,,' ;''!.''iI/i.'iWi1111 St,4 M 16 i 2 Be 1'11I.r'oom"Nouse$22k,... .. ,. ',;.., ""4:.)weeli"3\IIiI' down FHA. from the oth.rs. These are allmodern, CBS build.
110 NW 83 TERRACE ings in best neighborhoods. No red tape.

VETERANS! ONLY $100 DOWN NEEDED 2 Bedroom, Florida Room can be used for 3rd r'
L1k.,n.w 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, jargejormtjejj'builtln 1
9430 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE ; kitchen!: 'jalousie; 'windows.ownin'gsftUvBeauty ;;.
FORD REALTYINC. Broker Waterfront. Gorgeous 3 Bedroom, Carport. Lovelyarea. I. lIa' ;;wall (for $13750$1OO; ; '" wn]

3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 6354595. Fish from your backyard. FHA. and !tak.ovii' FHA payments,4$90!! ilp pay"oll..


Almost new, 2 bedroom, custom-built, double carport,
double carport. $350 down FHA. Like new small duplex at 2020 NW 98th Street.
911 N. W. 69 STREET Freshly painted inside and out, jaoousle win ,
920 NW 84 TERRACE dows, large lot. You can live free as the income
3 bedrooms, 1 bath, dining room, utility room,
,2 bedroom, Flo room, stove, carport, close to from the other side will make the payment. Price
fenced-inyordJOnly down,, $14,000.FHA, y, buses, shopping, ,FHA. $11,000 with $350 down and $73.09 month, FHA.

I f'//. 935 N V:83: STREET lS SElLER PAYS'AWCL09ING: \ COSTS' 'J '
$300 DOWN r 2 bedroom!', close to buses, shopping. $250 down Pretty.2Vbedroom .n'ehe"
; CBS inB Park/16135 NW]
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, dining room, kitchen, FHA. |NW 20th Ave.This home.is. like new, !trisidacnd_
also garage apartment. See at 1939 NW 93rd NO QUALIFYING HOMES out:. Has'ew'ningi. / n"f'wladow" : 'andila'fenced .

Street. 2001 :NW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom, fenced, awn f yard. Bargain at,$8,500n$300.''diwT'aad
ings. $54 month pays all. $52.60,;montlr,',FjUr-Yi*|iltt .we,ri7r4d..4'ov'kp's r h ig|


3 bedrooms, Florida room, 2 baths, dining 1861 NW 42nd St. Almost new, 1 bedroom dup WE HAVE MANY, MORE HOMES -
area, air condition home at 919 NW 49 St. lex, FHA terms. $250 down. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR 'J
2377 NW 95th Terrace. Gorgeous custombuilt DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY \
See our model home this Sunday at 9201 NW duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge
13 Couit. Open from 1 to 5 PM.REALTY. closets. 6 years new. WE HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, TOOl

Gorgeous duplex.2 bedrooms 1 bath1 1 bedroom, h "
1 bath, sprinkler system built-in, only 3 years 1 C
BROWN old. Call Lee about this. tL11REALTY'el :

4740 NW 7th Avenue

Phone 754-0655 WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS 4932 NW 7th Ave.
Real Estate Broker '
Registered PHONE CALL AWAY. i"f;; ", .Open"I"Evenings. '. :,,\ \ .; Sunday... .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Frid jy, August 4, 1967 23

2 nice rooms for middle age
ADS 1 CBS apt. furn, condition,, adults. Cook $10 per week no all types business
patio. Adults only. No pets, children under 8. printing and necessities con-

15 WORDS OR LESSSI.5D. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Small deposit, working coupl+ tact Mr. Bobby Hynes, 1332N.
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY only. $30 per week. 1350 NY One bedroom apartment and W. 1st Avenue Apt.9-373-
-- -- NOON 52nd St., 757-7255. duplex. Adults only. 1152 NW 9646.
FOR SALE FOR SALE 77th Street. $10, weekly. 6837
... FOR SALE Room in private home, settle NW 15th Avenue,furnished$18
rent Income. t.. 3
Free plus + BEDROOM 2BATHNo
1740 NW 49U
lady perfered, perweek. 1755 NW 43rdStreet
vest In a new duplex. In tin Qualifying, beautiful CBS 5 UNIT CBS APT. BABY CAREIn
St. 635-4078. 1856 NW 48th
locations. The price is right with 100 x 140 Ft. Lot,fenced: $4,000 cash down, for this $18.50 weekly. my home_ 5 days a week
235-2958. (TF) maker. All furnishedper Street, $18.50 weekly. Dixie Telephone 685-1137.Opa-
Spacious living room dinning! money for rent. $10 weel :
Room per Rental Agency 3203 NW 17th
room fully carpeted, wall to inventory, separate utility),, for man, 784 NW 66th Street, Avenue 633-2429. locka, Florida Sept. 1,
3 bedroom, $800 down, $8 wall, air conditioned, heat, meters all apts. AU apts rent-
mo. $10,548.19 total price beautiful baths with vanities ed. Total $24,000 no qualify- Furnished Room nice sec- _
235 All modern kitchen ing this CBS building in a WANTED
Immediate possession. ,stove, refrigerator tion gentleman perferred GOT SOMETHING I
NW 89th St. after 6 p.m Double carport very good neighborhood, good phone 691-7034 African lady desires furnished TOSELL??
with huge utility room. You rental area, 2 each 2 bedroom, 2 bedroom apartment for indefinite I
must see this home total price 2 each 1 bedroom, 1 very large period. Phone 371- Try a Miami Times Class
Furniture. 75C
Living room, 2 6 new large bedroom apts. lied Ad. They Get Results!
efficiency. A. Ben-Kori Realtor
$17,600 $4,600 down and 2331.
bedrooms, kitchen. Call 696 NW 70th St.Adults. Monthly orsemimonthly
0945. 1855'NW 74th Street. $109 a month pays all. This is 612 NW 60th St. Call any rental 444-
a steal and a wonderful buy tor time 751-2243.
FANTASTIC BUY the person looking for a larg 3673, 446-7574. NBL Signs $500,000 Contract I

$7,900 TOTAL home at a very low price.This 1779 NW 93rd STREET 1 bedroom apt. 29 NW 52nd Continued from page 15
CBS, older but In A-l shape home also has a fireplace. I It $250.00 DOWN- FHA St. Newl y decorated. Deposit gue was founded in 1900 by ed striving, is, in our judge-
New roof-floor redecorated, won't last. A.Ben-KoriReal- Perfect for man and wife,total required. CE 5-8418. Booker T. Washington and has ment, the best possible use of
in-out, $1,900 down $6,00 tor, Call anytime, '751-2241: price $8,000.00 $80.00 monthly historically promoted the public funds," the NBL Pre-

bank mortgage. $54 month for 65 NW 83RD ST. pays everything, no closing Nice clean room. Single per- growth and development of sident said, "Financial sup-
15 years. Move right in, no 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS beauty, costsstove, and refrigerator, son only. Close to bus. 696- business activity among Ne- port from private enterprise
waiting.; No red tape.See, 116 only $16,000 Qualify for ban] hurryl! Hurry! Hurryl! Aetna 8868. groes. This project is aimedat represents the most constructive -
NW 37th Street. Owner, 758 loan of 11200. This lovely. Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th the "very smalls" and Is possible cooperation of
8749. Carpet in living room withal St., phone: 757-5724, Open 7 2-furnished 1-bedroom apart- to be administered on a non- government and business."

conditioner, also has sprinkler days. ments for rent at$20 per week. discriminatory basis Par- Burrell stated further that this
3 BEDROOM2 system in immaculate condition Convenientbus location.79th St. ticipation, will be open to dis- expansive new NBL program
4121 NW11TH PLACE all bedrooms are 9954 NW 25th AVENUE and 12thCourt.Call 696-2280. advantaged business people in Involves such substantial

Huge home, front porch, spacious. This is a must sec. FHA $12,000.00Big the pilot cities without regardto costs that it is beyond the pre-
garage, extra large Fla.room A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Cal; 2 bedroom, 2 bath, car- 4250 REWARDFor race or creed.In sent financial capacity of the
$750 down, $125 month pay, anytime 751-2243. vort, finished 12 x 20 work- announcing receipt the organization. "We appeal for
all. Move right-in, no waiting shop, cathedral ceiling, a real information leadingtoarrest federal funds, president Bur- support from the majority
No red tape. Owner 758-8749. 1380 LITTLE RIVER DR. sharp buy, only $400.00 down and conviction of personor rell also launched a campaignto business community, and are
Open Sunday 3 to 6, FIM (Vets $100.00 down), $74.41 persons involved in vando- raise an additional hun- confident that they will provide,
Gorgeous CBS, Fla. room terms total $19,000 with $90 monthly no closing costs lism in Snapper Creek Estates dred and fifty thousand dollarsin it, as a matter of enlightened
Carport, large lot,air,drapes,. down, this home is on the see today.Aetna Realty(Broker and smashing gate posts lampsin matching funds from the self-interest," Burrell concluded -
stove, carpet, immaculate .canal, it has beautiful ground ), 811 NW 54th St., Phone: particular.Your identity will private business community to .
$12,900, $40Q down. FHA $7! and is a lovely 3 bedroom 2 757-5724, Open 7.days. be stricklyconfidential.Phone provide administrative sup- Final selection of the twelve

month. 98th St. and '25th Ave. bath home,,Indirect lighting in Mrs. Sabamon 377-1685. port services for the project. cities is now under consideration -
Owner 7588749.. living! room, :large eatin kit- "This program offers to the by the NBL Board of Di-
chen with stove, refrigerator, Partly furnished 1 bedroom majority business communityan rectors. Of the fifty Chapter
VA & 'FHX'HomeTavailabli garbage: disposall. No Closing LOST DOGIf cottage.near NW 12th Avenue opportunity to provide a Cities, the Board has reducedthe
from $100 down. Semour M. costs, one of best buys on the anyone sees or knows the and Grandway.Working couple constructive alternativ to number now under consid-
Roth, Realtor. 14570 NW 27tl canal. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, whereabouts of a light tan dog only. 7578228. current, wide-spread urban eration for implementation of
Avenue phone 681-3515. Call anytime! 751-2243. with a white chest and nose, u n res t. To give a financial the "Outreach" project to fif-

Sept. 1. 9245 NW 25th AVE white feet and white tip on his One bedroom apartment fur- stake in our society to the pea teen. From these will be

Drive by then call me, 2 bed tail; please call 696-5354 be- nished, 1732 NW 43rd Street. ple who have responded to sus- selected the twelve cities to
tween 9 and 5 in the day or 691- See Mr.Warren in front apartment tained deprivation with renew- be involved.
NO CLOSING COST room 1 bath, Florida room,
no qualifying, total price 3404 after 5 p.m. The dog is a after 5 p.m. Adults onlyor

Modern, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, $13,000 Florida room enclosed Beagle and Terrier mixed call FR 3-3175 until 5. .
breed and is male He weighs
CBS, extra large Fla. room, may be used for 3rd bed MEMORIAL PARK
approximately 37 pounds and CBS, 1 bedroom apt. $18. LINCOLN
maybe used as third bedroom. room. This is good deal for
is about 21/2 feet tall.He was
Bedroom duplex $19.
Also another Fla. room someone who can't qualify.Lot
front, carport, tile roof,hardwood 87 x 127. A. Ben-Kori, Real last seen Thursday,July 28,in 2 bedroom house $23. 3001 NW4o* STREET NE ...197
the vicinity of 65 street and 15
floor, on large corner tor, 612 NW 60th St. Call anytime Deposit Required
avenue. A reward will be given Liberty Rental Agency
lot, don't miss beauty 751-2243.
to the this E. JOHNSON, MANAGER, OX19199EDISON
FHA $13,500 $450 down, $83 person returning 2020 NW 62nd Street

month. Veterans or displaced 8800 NW 24th AVE. dog. Call 633-7809

persons $100 down. Atlantic No qualifying, bedroom 1 -
& Pacific Realtors. 666-0411. bath CBS, wall to wall carpet,
fenced yard large lot, dishwasher !
formica bar. Total Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

Home Income. Live rent $14,000 Drive by then cal Specials
free. 2 .CBS beauties on 110t me. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor Cal "MR. JACK"FOR
front house, 2 bedroom, 1 anytime 751-2243.
bath, Fla. room, carporte, STYLES FOR ALL AGES
awnings. Rear house, 1 bedroom Carol city owner must sacri- The Very Latest In Men's Fashions OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

1 bath Fla. room, fur fice beautiful bedroom SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS 130 NW 68 STREET
nished. On large lot. FHA home, garage, central heat,,
$15,500 $500 down,$9 6 month. screened porch, patio, fenced ITALIAN SHOES 4 bedroom, plus Fla room.CBS, tile roof. Only $14,700

Atlantic & Pacific Realtors, yard, $500 down.Assume existing 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA totol.price. FHA terms. $350 down. Nice lot, 68x110.
666-0411. 23 year VA mortgage,, Half block to bus. Near all schools.

6005 NW 5 COURT
Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath,CBS
, Fla. room, carport, hardwood 4 I bedroom 2 bath, 80 x 100 ft. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY 2 CBS Houses on beautiful corner lot. $450 down.

floor, FHA $11,500, $350 yard, with sprinklers, fence, $100 DOWN $93.33 a month. $15,000 total. No closing cost.
down, $71 month.Veterans or tove, central heat, carport. VETERANS & DISPLACED Hurry, this;won't last. ) .' 1 h- : :'1"

displaced persons $100 down )nly $400 down. This house is BEAUTIFUL FHA, 'CBS HOMES CALL EDISON TO SEETHE FOLLOWING

Atlantic & Pacific Realtors,. .mmaculate. Walk to shopping, Low Down Payments $250 / '$300 / $350 / .$ OOr. PROPERTIES
busses, school and swimmingool. '
> See 18735 NE 32nd Place. 2-3-4 Bedrooms with 123 Bathrooms. Monthly 'pay ((1)) No qualifying. $830 down. FHA already placed.Off .

Then call Gordon Akeley- ments from $65 up. 7th Ave. In 40's. $90 mo. pays everything.CBS .

Home and Income. Drive by Broker, 624-8436. ALL CBS tile roofgarage.
2245 NW96thSt and phone 666-
Room Room, Kit. ((2)) No qualifying, lovely corner, CBS home. Beautiful
0411 for inspection.2CBSbeauties LOTS OF LOTS FOR SALE 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, Living Dining
modern kitchen. FHA already placed. Near 17th
on 1 lot. Front house Business lot 150 x 100. We chen, Extras. $10,900. $1200 Down. $100 mo. pays Ave. in 90's.

2 bedroom 1 bath, carport,tile buy> homes and lots. Homes all. floors air cond. wall
((3)) 3 bedroom CBS. Terrazzo to
roof hardwood floor, large for sale. .Need money? See wall total. Bank financing avail.
, Fla. room. Rear house, 1 bedroom Baron JE 8-1340. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Living Room, Dining Area, able. 9th Ave. & 83rd St.
'1\1 1 bath,lots of fruit trees B i. yrs. new CBS duplex3bed- Built in Kitchen. $13,300.000Down.] $105 mo. pays
4 beautiful landscaped. Must oom 1 1/2 bath and 2 bedroom all. ((4)) Large clean home with beautiful swimming pool
see! Price and terms arranged. 1 bath built-in kitchen dinning and 2 Fla.rooms and 2 reverie cycle aircoaditloaers.
Atlantic&Pacific Realtors oom, 1 apt comes all furnishd. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Custom Built Luxury Home, Also has cottage. 2 lots, 100x100. $15,500.otal.
666-0411. No qualifying. Shell Realty $17,700. $2,000 Down. $135 mo. poys all. --- ------
iroker 4260 NW 7th Avenue WE
251 NE 46th STREETNO CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath,garage 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath each side. $13,000. $1,500 CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
QUALIFYING fenced, can be used as income $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
:, CBS, 3 bedroom 2 bath, gar- roperty $100 down, $10,000 down. $125 mo. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

age, tile roof, oak floors,air- rtal. Shell Realty, Broker 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, each side FHA. $600 OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
conditioned, Fla. room, stove 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551. down. $96,32 mo.
, and refrigerator, total price
: $16,500.00 takeover$12,400- D u p 1 ex plus cottage all fur-
y mortgage of $91.60 monthlyand shed.[ Near schools, busses, CALL CarltON Realty (BROKER) ,E 1S0N' ,REALTY,

move right in a real bopping. No qualifying,
. ,, beau t y- Call Aetna Realty 1,500 down, $10,000 total. 635-3177 1I5, N'.W, 62nd *t 7512441CLASSIFIED ] ; :
(Broker), 811 N.W. 54thSt., Shell Realty, Broker4260 NW

f, Phone; 757-5724, Open days.. 7th; Avenue 758-5551.



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: 24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 4, 1967'New

Urban Renewal Homes Was Shooting. at Haitian Consul's

)[ i to Start In 6 Months- Party.- Politically Motivated?

Two persons were woundedby with an entire pocket of bul- Last December Maximilien
\ lets and asked for the consul- called In U. S. officials to Investigate
I r' Haley So f g e, director of homes and apartments In these relocated 636 families and 149 gunshots Saturday night as $200,000 extortion
Metro's Housing and Urban Negro slums that were pur- individuals. Sofge said these a man who crashed a patio general by name. does not demand by Cuban exiles who
families were given full fin- party at the home of the Haitian "This certainly
| Development Department, has chased by Urban Renewal two claim to have
like who a300-manarmy
look me a person
> told the Miami City Commission years ago, with people still ancial assistance in relocating Consul here and sprayed party
Just decided to crash a party, to Invade Haiti and oust its dic-
| that the construction of living In them even though they from) substandard condi- guests with gunfire, police the officer said.Tallahassee.. tator, Francois Duvalier.College .
> new homes under urban renewal are unfit for human habitationIs tions to standard housing. said.
Is expected to start later not quite accurate. Mrs. Range expressed con- "They tried to shoot at me -- -
this year or early next year. The commission was givena cern over the number of families and they didn't get me and they
I. He said the first Urban Re- three-page report by Sofge, evicted on short notice, shot two men," said the con- Cost at FAMU
newal Project In the Central on what Is being done in the and how house-shortage, In sul, Eugene L. Manimilien,
f Negro District has been set to first urban renewal project, many cases, caused two and after the shooting.
be complete In 19'70Commissiooer which covers about 97 acres three families to live In one Wounded seriously were $1,000 A YearFlorida
Mi:. ,Athalie between NW 3rd Ave. and the bouse or apartment. She said James Daugherty, 43, David: -
Range requested Sofge and North South Expressway and that the landlord, to protect William Hotel 700 Biltmore .-Florida are: Fall quarter -
HUD'S Urban Renewal Divi- NW 14th and 22nd streets.So himself from the charge of Way, Coral Gables, a direc- residents attending FloridaA registration, $115; room rent,
sion new director, Norman far 332 building have been violating the Minimum Hous- tor of University Savings and & M University during the $80; laundry,$14;board,$119;
Watson, to appear before the torn down, Sofge said. They ing Code, "is evicting the ten Loan, and H. Nanson Field, 1967-69 biennium will pay approximately and out-of-state tuition, $200;
j commission. contained 593 dwelling units. ants." 29, 273 NW 63rd Court, em- $1,000 and out- winter quarter-registration,
,* Commissioner Range, In a These units, he said, are Sofge said he would make a ployee of Miami Transit Company of-state students will pay $115; room rent, $80 laundry,
:,'. rousing plea to the commission accupled by 612 families, monthly report on the pro- around $1,6000 for three quar- $14; board, $112, and out-of-
.* last Tuesday, urged that whose rents have been reduced gress of urban renewal and is Charged with two counts of ters of the academic year be- state tuition i $200; spring
from an average of $71 a planning distribution of aewsletter' attempted murder is William ginning in September. FAMU, quarter registration, $115;
immediate"f1: month to $31 a month. to residents of the Groffel, a 31-year-old house like other state universities in room rent, $80; laundry, $14;
I The charge that there are Urban Renewal up to now has area. painter who detectives say the system, will go on the board, $108; and out-of-state
,.: crashed a patio party Maxi- quarter system in September. tuition, $200; summer quarter
arrrrwww.rm r ,*r ,uwamawrit milien gave Saturday night. A release of student fees for registration, $115; room rent,

i Seek BlockLegislature Detective Walt Seward said Florida A&M University was :$80; laundry, $14;board, $119;
to Groffel arrived at the party released from the office of the and out-of-state tuition, $200;
t drunk, was asked to leave and Board of Regents of the State ,winter quarter-registration,

1 became belligerent. Seward University System of Florida. $115; room rent, $80 laundry,
on said G r 0 ff e 1 shot Daughertyand The fees were based upon $14; board, :$112!; and out-of.
Field as the two men tried Senate Concurrent ResolutionNo. state tuition, $200; spring
to wrestle him to the ground. 1335 which cleared the
quarter registration, $115;
!: State ConstitutionJ The detective ruled out any 1967 Florida Legislature re- room rent, $80; laundry, $14;
possibility political motiva-
board and out-of-state
vently. $108;
t. tion on the basis of Groffel's: forfeesfor
A breakdown tuition, $200 summer quarter
:J- Jones of Jacksonville 5 available and lawful." non-political background and ;
resident students by the quarter registration, $115 room rent
<: filed a petition Monday cube- The Federal Court of Mi- the circumstances of the!, ; ;
follows: Fall quarter-reg $80 laundry, $14 board, $63
; ; ;
| half of Florida seeking
Negroes ami recently returned to Jones shooting.
,. istration, $115; room rent, and out-of-state tuition, $200.
to prevent a "malappor- a similar petition In which he Maxim Uien, however, said board $119
$80; laundry,$14; ;
tioned" Legislature from!i claimed that the arrived
Job writing Groffel at the party winter quarter registration, Florida students attending
writing a new state constitu a new constitution should be
$115; room rent,$80;laundry, FAMU on a part-lime basis
tion. done by a constitutional con- .. $14; board, $112;spring quarter will be charged $10 per credit
I vention with Negroes regret registration, $115; room hour, while out-of-state
Acting on behalf of "about: sented. eli4t11it11
Edward Graham a memberof rent, $80; laundry,$14;board, students will be assessed $14
a million other fellow Ne- "Imagine the howl which
the base Judo team traveled -
$108 summer quarter- regis- per credit hour. Students car-
groes," Jones asked the U.S., would Justly arise should Mississippi ;
to the 15th MidwesternAAUJudo DOUBLE ACTION
tration, $115; room rent, $80; rying from one to five credit
District Court for an injunc- with its Negro Tournament at Detroit
laundry, $14; board, $63. hours are considered as part-
tion restraining Senate Pre- lation, be' situated under a Michigan this past weekendand Fees for non-residents of time_students. ,
( sident Verle A. Pope, House i I gerrymandered plan excludingI returned home with a x
Speaker Ralph Turlington an I white people from being elect- fourth place finish.
Secretary of State Tom Adam ee ed to the Legislature,and that Graham of Miami, Flroida * * ** * * '* *
from presiding over the con- Legislature sat down with a beat six contestants, before

I)1 stltutional revision session i I Negro governor to write news losing to the class champion.He -tciC ., i1 *

which started Monday. state constitution under thei Is a graduate of BookerT. ""III ,. I.m'' .,., ...... I<1"1 4 -"'r 'K
I petition also asked that th i I guise of constitutional rebe Washington High School, IJt' I. '("c.\. ) '\ "
U. S. Constitutional Court i! vision, to bind the entireI class of 1966. He Is the son of
convened for a hearing an I I state's organic law,"the petite Mr and Mrs.George Graham,
"such other relief as might !! tion stated. residing at 4025( NW 5th Ave. BINGO :

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