The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00480

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! VOL. 44, No. SO MIAMI FLORIDA AUGUST 11 1967 24 It
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} ;? rr w f Mj t ay, Riviera Beach Rioters I Committee to Aid 1

To Test State Evicted Families :

j Anti Riot Law Members of various agen- requested to named committee
cies met with landlords last members include the Economic >

I week, under auspices of the Opportunity Program,
The cases of the 45 persons ami policeman and a former
Inter-Relocation Agency, to Miami Housing Authority, .
arrested at Riviera Beach assistant county solicitor.
Relations Board
try to find solutions to evictions Community
5V Palm Beach County will persons arrested in Sundaynight's
which have caused bit- and Urban Development Department -
the first test of the state'santiriot riot appeared in Criminal
terness among Dade's Negroes .
law. Court last Wednesday and
Sofge asked the landlords, h'
Robert W.Rust, palm Beach 'were told that they would have
the endeavors of the
Head of the agency and also support :
County freshman Representative to remain in jail under$10,000
director of the Miami Housing committee even If they do not ,
introduced the law,which bond for a while.
Authority, Haley Sofge, pro choose to name a committee
V makes rioting and inciting to A five-member committeewas
posed that each agency and the member.
riot a felony, police officers named by Criminal Court landlord .- if they like.namea The aim of the committee,
don't have to be eyewitnessesto Judge Russel McIntosh to review -
1 li-Y.Yr 1.Y-w Y iYi YirllfYf.wAnthony member to a committee Sofge said, "upon
the act but can arrest each case and make
per- of
which will handle evictions on a proper source
Gardiner Principalof sons on probable cause. recommendations on bond. an emergency basis. an eviction situation, is to try
I The crime carries a maximum Each defendant will be givenan The committee would act to to find housing of acceptable
of two in individual hearing the
penalty ,
find suitable quarters for
Carver High School Dies prison. Rust is a former MiwTeachers- Judge said. families threatened with hav- "The committee,"' he said,

ing their household goods puton "cannot solve all the prob- ,
E well three he was trans- :: :: T :'*"
Anthony Gardiner, years ago the sidewalks for nonpayment lems. We make no promises of
known educator, died Tuesday ferred to Coral Gables Senior of back rent but will
11 11I of rent or because of public payment
afternoon, August 8, from a High as assistant principal, Plan action such as condemnation try to meet current needs." ,(
heart ailment at Jackson then back to George Washington for I'.,
Memorial Hospital. Carver High where he was First preference will go to '
Gardiner, a native Miamian, serving as principal at the time However, Sofge families evicted because of
I Strike I the committee would not be interested -
of his death.Gardiner. One
was a graduate of Booker T. Day in taking care of "public action," Sofge said.
Washington High School and a held membershipin "deadbeats" who merely Luther Brooks, head of
N.. "
member of St. Episcopal numerous professional and Bonded Collection Agency,
Agnes civic organizations. He was: a The board of directors of the named by the Florida Educa- wanted to avoid payment of
Church where he served was' landlord
among groups
member of Alpha Phi Alpha Florida EducationAssociation tion Association and leading .
for many years. He receivedhis rent.A represented at the meeting.He
called citizens and legislative lead meeting was set by Sofge
Fraternity.He Tuesday a "profes
B. A. degree from FloridaA promised his cooperation.
to be named the for 2 p.m. Monday. Agencies
and had the distinction of beIng sional day' walkout of teach- ers by gover
& M University Mas-
the first local Negro male ers for August 24 and instructed nor. This committee would
ter's from the University
teacher to be awarded the its executive committee to study the conditions in educa-
of Michigan.Mr. Master's degree.He hold a m letingbefore that date tion and make recommendations Dewey Knight Named

..Gardiner was a veteranof Is survived by his wife, to try to break what the board for a solution to what the
World War H. He"was'hon-' Qulllne, two daughters,Judith; 'calls .'thtrappareht' ecluat board\:called, "the, present '

orably discharged from the a junior at West Virginia State tional impasse" crisis" Welfare

Armed Forces. College, and Elsaida; one son, Most of Florida schools Metro Director
Upon, his return to civilian Anthony E. El. Funeral ser- open after August 28,but many An immediate call for a
life, he started his career in vices, in charge of Bain's Fun- teachers will be doing pre- special session of the legisla- ThirtysevenyearoldDewey unls uYe
the schoolroom as a teacherat eral Home, will be held at 10 school work, preparing for the ture on education and taxationfor Knight was named Fri
Mays Senior High School. a.m. Saturday at St. Agnes enrollment of students at the a date before Thanksgivingto day by County Manager Porter
He was later appointed prin- Church.A tim of the strike. act on the recommendations Homer to administrate kj3)
cipal of George Washington Memorial Service will be The board wants to present of the special blue ribbon com- Metro's share of Dade's War

Carver High School, Coconut held by Alpha Phi! Alpha fra- proposals to Kirk for; mittee. on Poverty. the appointmentto
Grove, then principal of Mi ternity Friday night at 730 Immediate creation (before Told of the walkout proposal take effect Immediately.The .
ami's Booker T. Washington o'clock at Bain's Funeral August 24)) of a special blue Kirk said he would not professional social '

Senior High School. About Home, 3187 Douglas Road ribbon committee of educators comment worker become the county'snew

$14,664-a-year welfare I
director. He replaces James

Miss. Pile Furdon who resigned to teach
Detroit Policemen Negroes social work at Barry College. }

Knight has been director of br
professional services at

Victoriespeace Dade's Kendall Children's
Charged in Up Home for delinquents. -

Knight said his first offensive -
In the election in Mississippi constable and supervisor will be launched againstthe DEWEY KNIGHT

Tuesday, Negroes scor- They have no Republican chain of poverty and de- with a $1.1 million annual bud
Riot KillingsArrested ed their greatest victories opposition. spair of the m u 11 i iproblem get, paying general assistanceto
since Reconstruction. More In Addams CountyNatchez) families. about 1,000 families(60per(
than 50 ran for local and county the Rev. W S.Scott, minister, "It's only a small percentage cent Negro and 40 percent
Monday on aId S. Leonard. offices throughout the state won the nomination for Justiceof of families that use a large white), supplements tothe
charges of murder in the shot- The bodies of Pollard and and many won over white op- the peace over three white percentage of our services.We state's ADC program and administration -
gun death of two Negro youths, Faille were found sprawled in ponents. men, and Sandy Nealy won the have to get at them and of the Ne hbor- f
were two white Detroit police the motel after the police and Former Gov.Ross Bartnett, nomination for District 4 con- make them helpful contribu- hood Youth Corps and surplus i
men. The young men were allegedly National Guardsmen who raid- 69, who tried to block inte- stable. tors to our community," he food programs.
beaten,cursed and kill- ed the place in a searc h for gration at the U n I v e r s Ity of Four Negroes won runoff Knight is a native Daytona ,
ed in cold blood in a motel sniper, had left. Carl Cooper, Mississippi in 1962, was the places against whites for vari- said.He critized Gov. Claude Beach. He receivedhisbachelor's -
search for snipers during the 17, a third Negro victim, was governor's race, but was left ous posts in Madison County Kirk's veto of a proposal to degree from Bethune- ;
recent Detroit riot. also shot to death.Exparatrooper. too far behind to be counted. (Canton). increase the state's share of Cookmon College, and a mas H
"We will be making addi- Robert L. With 1,356 of 2,124 pre funds to welfare recipients. ter's degree in social.work
tional charges" arising from Greene, a Negro, said the cincts reported, State Trea- Metro now supplementsfunds from Atlanta University in
the motel slaying in which. three victims: several other surer William Winter had Dies From to families receiving aid 1957.

three Negroes were killed, Negroes and two white girls 129,621 votes. CongressmanJohn to dependent children because, He worked at Kendall home
"said Prosecutor William were yanked from their motel Bell Williams, 119,098, Auto InjuriesEmmett the state ceilings are"woefully seven-and-a-half years, and
Cahalan. rooms lined beaten curs- and country music singer "
up, inadequate. rose from the ranks to direc-
Police and National guardsmen ed with "racial oaths"and James "Little Jimmy" Swan Simpson, 45, Knight will run a department tor of professional services.
beat and threatened with threatened with death by a 16- 68,000. Swan had promisedfree of 3816 Grand Ave., Coconut
death several other occupants, man raiding party of police and segregated schools if Grove died Sunday in Mercy
including two white girls, wit- National Guardsmen.A elected. It is believed that he Hospital from Injuries sustained IOct.
nesses reportedly said.A National Guard warrant stole Barnett's thunder. in a hit-and-run acci- Runs For Mayor Of Memphis

former paratrooper, who officer shot two of the victims The former governor .had dent Friday night.

was a witness, said the victims after saying, "I've been want- 31,120 votes. John Felton, 23, of 3354 Memphis, Tenn -State 5 electionthus avoid-
died in a "cold-blooded ing to kill me a nigger for a The Negro-domfnated counties Grand Ave., has been chargedby Rep. A. W. Willis, a Negro attorney ing a runoff. Five other can-
murder." long time," Green said. ware victorious in elect- police with causing the accident banker and businessman didates are running. Willis,
Five persons, three white Declining comment on the ing members of their race. In at the corner of Florida yesterday announced he 42, serving his second term
and two Negroes, were charged warrant officer's alleged action Claiborne County(PortGibson) Ave. and Plaza St. and then is a candidate for mayor i
with murder. patrolman Cahalan said; "There Calvin Williams received leaving the,scene. Memphis, a Southern city of Representatives, Is the only
Ronald August, 28,was charged was a warrant officer National enough votes to be In the run- Simpson was a passenger in 530,000. Negro there.
with slaying Aubrey Pollard Guardsman: there that night. off for sheriff; Negroes won another car. Since he died,police -
19; Patrolman Robert Faille He has not been charged as of Democratic nominations for said Felton's charges will Willis said he is aiming for He is a Methodist and Demo
with the slaying of Fred Don this date." chancery clerk, Justice of the be reviewed. 51 per cent of the vote in the crat. !


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2 THE_ n MIAMI. TIMES._ Friday.. August 11., 1967

Food Stamp Program For Youth Pleads Not Guilty

Dade County Draws to Truck Driver's MurderCharged

with the death of occurred May 3, at 1250 NW
Many InquiriesSince bakery truck driver Herbert 62nd Street.
Leon Stephens,EmmettJames Goldman asked Judge Van to
the.Florida State Wei- merchants would be supplied Paramore pleaded not guilty enjoin the State Attorney's Of-
fare Bureau annqunced.thai: if c with the knowledge that theycould Monday. fice or the police from ques-
has accepted,Federal Food'" not sell anything but legitimate tioning Paramore without his,
Stamp.:program for the Stateof food stuffs with the Mitchell i Goldman,Para- Goldman's consent.
Florida, there have been food stamps. more's attorney, was given The judge said,"I'm not going -
many inquiries as to whetheror Food Stamps are the sameas 15 days by Circuit Court Judge to enjoin the state attorneyor
not this program would be money and can be used at Harold Vann to file notices at- the lawful police authorities
coming to Dade County. any hour of the day or nightto tacking the indictment. from doing what\ they shoulddo
One source says that the buy groceries.All Paramore, 19, is accusedof or not doing what they
budget in this case for the Stateof store owners in Dade shooting Stephens while 20 should what they should not
Florida is only adequate for County would benefit by selling persons looked on. The killing do."
four counties in the state while directly to the Welfare recipient -
others say that Dade Countywas which to some degreehas Dr. On 'Meet
one of the first to apply been a lost market here-
for the program and they wouldbe tofore, because of the loss of
the first to be consideredfor purchasing power suffered by the Press' Sunday Sam Love and
the plan in the event all the welfare family who were Major
goes well. EOPI representatives receiving Inadequate funds in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Edwin Newman will be the I
and the County Man- the first place and could hard- president of the Southern moderator. Home on LeaveMajor
ager's office have talked ex- ly live without the added sup- Christian Leadership Confer- NBC-TV (Color) and NBC Family
tensively on the subject. This port of surplus commodities, ence and one of the major civil Radio program highlight,Aug.
office has been busily engagedin which is and always has been rights leaders, will be the 13. Meet the Press: Dr. Mar- Sam Love..Jr., is on and especially traveling and
the necessary negotiationsto inadequate.With guest on "Meet' the Press" tin Luther King Jr, President leave from the U. S.Army and meeting new friends.
make such a program functional Sunday, Aug 13 (NBC Trfevl.si !. of the Southern Christian is visiting his parents, Mr.and Major Love has four sis-
in Dade County. Food Stamps the pic- on Network live colorcast Leadership Conference will be Mrs. Sam Love who residesat ters; M.s. Olivia Edwards,
Food Stamps, would, ture would change greatly In from Washtington, D. C., Ita interviewed. 7130 NW 21st Court. pharmacist and owner of Rich-
in reality be a Godsent for the that it will amount to a Fed- 1:30 p.m. NYT.. NBC Radio Mi:jor Love graduated from mond Heights Drugs; Mrs.
poor community. It would eral Subsidy that will put a Network broadcast, 6:30-7: Dorsey HighSchool in 1954 and Alberta Sparks, a teacher in
mean that those welfare reci- proper diet on the table Of the p.m. NYT.) HAM RADIO COURSE from FAMU in 1958 with a BS the Dade County school sys-
pients who now are on a restricted welfare mother and in turn Interviewing Dr. King will OFFERED AT degree in industrial Arts. tem; Mrs. Gwendolyn Kim
diet and cannot eat boost the local economy by be Haynes Johnson, of the Upon graduating from brough, a Social Psychologistwith
surplus commodities becauseof placing the business in the Washington Star Syndicate; SOUTHWESTSouthwest FAMU, he entered the armyas the U S. Commission on
illness or who must restrictthe stores that are qualified to receive Simeon Booker, of Ebony High Adult Edu- a 2nd Lt. in the Transpor- Civil Rights in Washington,D.
Intake of sweets, starchesand it. Any store can qualify Magazine; Wallace Westfeld, cation Center at 8855 SW 50th tation Corps.He C, and Mrs. Carolyn Parker,
fats, will be able to buy first by charging fair prices of NBC News, and LawrenceE. Terrace will open a class in has been assigned to sev- a Laboratory Technicianat
and set their own menu. The and having a record of good, Spivak, producer and per- Ham Radio Wednesday, Sep- eral stateside posts as well as Kansas State University.
program prohibits the pur- sound business practices and manent panel member of tember 6. This class will meet Korea and Germany.His latest Major Love has been In the
chase of tobacco and alcho- good food quality on their "Meet the Press." Monday and Wednesday from assignment has been at Ft. army for nine years and he
holic beverages, and the local shelves. NBC News correspondent 7 to 10 p.m. for a period of 16 Benning, Georgia. He is now plans to make it a career. H6
-- weeks. The course is designed enroute to a one year tour at He has received several
to prepare an individual to Cam Rahn Bay, Vietnam.He medals. He was recently promoted
EOPI take the Federal Communications is married to the former from Captain to Major. i
Legal to
I Commission examina- Barbara Green, also a Flor- iJ
tion for a Ham Radio license. idian and has taught both over- J
Present Discussion PanelsBeginning Students may register at seas and in Miami.She will reside MEETING
Southwest High School week- in Columbus, Georgia {
I days from 2 p.m until 9:30: while Major f Love is in Viet- ANNOUNCEMENT
August 15, and Center will be a discussion on cluding marriage and di- p.m. The registration fee is nam where she will continueto Meeting: Members of the
continuing through May of "Jobs and Employment Problems vorces. $2.00 and the student must teach second grade as she classes 1948 to 58,Northwestern -
1968, the Legal Services: Program ." August' 22, at theBrownsv11l Persons should contact the purchase ,all books and sup- did last term Senior High,August 18,at '
of the EOPI will Center will be a ,neighborhood centers tot the
present plies. For additional informa- Their two children, Karl and 8:00 p.m., at the Community
legal panels at the neighbor- discussion on "Landlord- exact details presentations. tion call 274-0181 after 2 p.m Kelwyn, both enjoy army life Center 6306 NW 14th Ave.
mood centers All persons arc Tenant Problems" August 23 Speakers for the panels in
invited to attend, and there is at the Culmer Center will bea the Greater Miami area cen-
no admission charge\ discussion on "Stateand ters will be provided by the
For August the following Federal Welfare and Assis- Dade County Bar Association. '
programs have been set up: tance Programs." August 29 Speakers for the panels at the WHY NOT DO YOUR s
August 15, at the Opa-locka at the Perrine Center will bea Homestead Center will be pro-
Center will be legal panel dis- discussion on "CriminalLaw vided by the Homestead Bar
cussion on "What the State and and Arrest Problems." Association, and the North BANKING AT LINCOLN?
Federal Constitutions Guar- August 30, at the Homestead Dade Bar Association will
antee." August 16,at the Little Center will be a discussion on provide the speakers for the
River Center will be a discus- "Domestic Relations," in- Opa-locka Center Panels. Full Banking Service
sion on "Juvenile Problems."
August 17, at the Liberty City
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday August 11, 1967 3 4 J

'. vE .."!I> "'\ .t,",",I ,, ',:,',,t); Women See Racism -As Crucial Issue ;!

11 "A \) \..",''eft.: ::.Jm{ltl;,; Capahosic, Virginia. gether can we hope to correct in action areas in California, situation. Special concern was: t
\ {"rtt' '.I I" Thirty-five women, staff and conditions." Mississippi, Florida, New expressed for the desire of all
\ .. consultants totheNational In five of continuous ,;
days York, New Jersey.Illinois and for human dignity.
Council of Negro Women, Inc. sessions, the staff undertook, Ohio concerning conditions of NCNW is a task oriented organization -
y concluded on August 6 a five together with consultants from employment, Job training, of 3,850,000 women :
day conference at Capahosic, the fields of education, social housing, schools, welfare working to bridge gaps be-
Virgl nla. Round-the-clock work, community relations, rights, consumer education, tween human needs and the
sessions were held to hammerout personnel and organizational and youth aspirations. A mo- means of answering them. It
ways in which this 31 year development, as well as Ne- ther and a school drop out from seeks to Involve women from
old organization might' bringits gro heritage and culture,to a riot torn urban area gave the all walks of life in the common .
many different resourcesto study needs and the resourcesfor group data from their personal task of community ser-
bear on the current situa- meeting them. acquaintance with conditions, vice and community better-
tion. Reports were received from and two representatives from men t with special emphasison
grass roots representatives, the South told of their rural the Negro family.
Top priority was given to the
urgency < of getting at root .

causes of racism and poverty, .{ '\ :' ,it;, J Jr
and to the task of meeting human :r < ; !v
3 needs swiftly and respon-
i sively.
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"We cannot lose sight," h p rep :
said Dr.Dorothy I.Height,Na- J
tional, President, NCNW, "of
the underlying cause of via
lence and destructions in the t
ghetto. Only by all of us,from D1) ,' .,1it
all walks of life, working to- 1
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DELORES EVANS Miss Tan America 1966-67 ,

Finals Set For Third Annual HOTELMEN TO j : ,

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"Miss Tan America" PageantThe TRAININGCommunity Iyt S w r
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third annual Miss Tan America pageant will be held in leaders will r
Dallas the week of August 28 September 1. Eliminations and discuss the Jobless problem 4'
Semi-Finals are scheduled for August 29-31 at the Adolphus here Friday at 1pm. at the ( r r,' xL 1x I
Hotel. The Coronation pageant will take place: Friday night, Carillon Hotel dicing: a meeting -
September 1st, at the Dallas Memorial Auditorium. of PET Project.
The Miss Tan America Pageant is open to girls between the
ages of 17-25. The young ladies are Judged on talent, poise, PET (Professional Educa- ae'a t ,tx
beauty, and personality. tional Training) is a oomb!'netl 5 t
The winners 1 ;from the,local Tan" Pageants held effort by the Southern'Florida It/
(throughout the nation will :compete{ for the title of"Miss Tan Hotel and Mo'el' Associationand ',i
America 1967-68," and for numerous prizes, including the Lindsey Hopkins to help Florida Memorial College to: ,
i grand prize a full four year college scholarship. this community alleviate the I
The winner will be crowned by the reigning Tan unemployment situation Fur Begin BuildingConstruction
J I America," Dolores Evans, of Tucson, Arizona. ther the h o t e 1 industry is interested -
J in making every ma- of Florida Construction was guaran- Baxter Phillips.
\ jor effort to provide the very Memorial College will com- teed when the Miami Baptist Left to right are: Rev. O.
Beauticians To Meet In best service to the Republican mence towards the end of this Union resolved to implementa Charles Horton, Dr. Royal W. ,
National Convention to beheld
Miami In 68 here next month, it was announced by $250,000 gift for the build puryear, Florida Memorial I
year Rev. Edward T. Graham, ing of the chapel complex. College President, Rev.
Announcement: made by listing in getting the convention Through the cooperation of Chairman of the College Board Presenting the resolution to Graham, Rev. Phillips and "
\,', Dr. Katie E. Whicham, presi- in Nassau was Mrs.;Willa Dade County schools, the of Trustees.. Rev. Graham, center, is Rev. Rev James Copeland. \
dent of the National ,
Beauty B. Saunders, prominent beau-
ject will offer the opportunityof
f Culturists League which met tician of Nassau.
in Atlanta, August 2-6, that The convention will last for and t r MUml a I n i In g Beach skilled hotels workers will, ..........................eeee i
t':' the 1968 sessions will be held one week with the institute of
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t being held in Nassau. week earlier and lasting two .
completed their courses. 9 AT MODERATE RATES e
was given to D. A. weeks.
Julius of Miami and Clarence 9 t
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4 THE MIAMI TIUFC. Fridnv. August 11., 1967 -

e To Be Equal

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Office: 6530 NW 15th A".., MiamI. Flo. 33147 Phone 691-0421 4 by Whitney M. Young Jr.
By Booker T. Hayes \ I
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher 1 Executive Director National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor :
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor Hoo-Rah! We Are Not
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor A Time For ReasonI'm

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Prone lo RumorsThe
getting pretty annoyed about the way some people are
SUBSCRIPTION RATES residents of Miam i have shown that after a considerablywarm using this summer's riots as an excuse to avoid doing anything
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 winter, a hot summer is to be expected. Proof of this about the basic social problems which cause them.
is the fact that rumors impending violence failed to producethe Senseless and irrational as they are, the riots have shown
Entered as Second Class Matter August 9, 1927 at the Post disturbances experienced by Newark,and Detroit.To some, America the deep frustrations and bitterness in the ghetto.
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 the fact that such disorders did not occur came as quite a sur- These feelings are the result of joblessness, poor housing,

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The prise. To others, it represented the continuing effort by our poor schools, and discrimination. The way to ease tensions is
NEGRO PRESS believes that America con belt I.ael city and county governments, to perpetuate the prosperity the to improve these conditions, not to worsen them.
the world from racial and notional antagonism when It accords community has been experiencing. To still others, it repre- Injustices cannot be ended by blood and fire, but neither is
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his sent the fact that change is all around us. Changes, that will justice served by vindictiveness and reprisals. It is especially
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no mari'4he in a very short time establish Miami as the international city wrong to deny justice to all Negroes because a few took partin
Negro Press strives to help every man In the firm b.li.f that that it is.During. irresponsible violence.
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. Too many Americans focus on the three percent who rioted,
my stay in the army we were shown a documentaryon
and are willing to make the 97 percent of Negro citizens who
how rumors have magnified minor incidents into gigantic
are law-abiding pay for it. But this is nothing very new; Amer-
problems. We were shown how the validity of the rumor was
Hr Editor'sOUR l1trboolt have practiced a double standard for
cans always Negroes.
changed to meet the individual need of the person conveyingthe

message. The more magnitude expressed individual, Let one Cassius Clay refuse to go Into the Army, and 100
the more interesting became his listeners. Each of these list- white boys who flee the draft by running away to Canada are
TEACHERSThe eners, upon completion of the account became message bear- forgotten. Let one Negro politician abuse his power,and dozens
school board has increased the salaries of teachers, ers, but it offered each one the opportunity to make it appear of crooked white politicians are forgotten Let one Negro throwa
and we believe the new salary scale is satisfactory. more appealing to whom-ever be chose to make his listener.In brick in Detroit, and the thousands of Negro soldiers who
However, it is said from now on, priority will be given to the process of these Imaginative and glorified Interpretations are bearing the disproportionate burden of the fighting in Vietnam
the becomes lost and of little
applicants holding a master's degree in the subjects they are original message concern. are forgotten.It .
employed to teach. By the time truth has overpowered fiction, inconceivable damage is time for reason to prevail. No other ethnic group in

Under the present policy, a four-year graduate who has mot may have resulted. America is expected to be 100 percent perfect.

certain course requirements, can get a state teaching certificate Rather than embark on a narrow-minded program of reprisals -
While it is desirable for teachers to hold the master's Thepeople most susceptible to rumors are the ones who obtain and denial of justice, America must embark on a sincere
degree, there is no such requirement at the state level. their Information by word of mouth. People whose entire crusade to end the injustice of discrimination and the exploi-
I world consist of that very small portion of the universe where tation of the ghetto. Only a determined effort to create more
I FLORIDA'S NEW CONSTITUTION they matriculate People to whom the world news presentsthe jobs and better housing and decent education will end the underlying -
oI same problems as would a visit to an unfamiliar opera causes of rioting.
Florida's Legislators--there are now 167 of them, 48 Senators without a program. Their ideas and opinions are formed on the The overwhelming majority of Negro citizens reject violence
,I and 119 Representatives -- are about, or will soon be basis of someone else's evaluation of the news. They, (and I and anarchy as a means of ending justice. I hope the majority
writing a new constitution for the state. say they because there are many) represent the element in of other Americans will reject short-sighted reprisals and
The present law allows a legislator $100 month, but thereis our society where leadership is of the utmost importance. As angry suppression of Negro rights as a means of dealing with
also an allowance' of$300 a month office expense, etc. While limited as their educational background might be, they must the real problems which face us.
the Legislature Is in session he can realize $1,500 or morea be encouraged to seek out the why's and what-for's behind de-

month. Naturally, many of these men have other income. cisions reached for them. They must be taught to ponder a As President Johnson put it in his televised message to the
The influential Committee for Economic Development, 200 of question pertaining to them and render a decision beneficial nation: "This is not a time for angry reaction But I think it is
the nation's top business leaders, recommends full time legis- to them and the community.. a time for action, starting with legislative action to improvethe
lators in the larger states; annual sessions, meeting periodi- life in our cities."
When a community effort up grade the living and economical -
cally the in the smaller states that
throughout legis-
year ; We in
conditions of are a race with time to end the poverty and bigotry
a segment of its population becomes as visibleas (
annual salary be at least half of the governor's in
it has in which distort our national life There is a need for reasonablemen
Dade of
no case less than with suitable County, I am the opinion that only a defeatist -
$15,000 -- supplemented ex-
allowances. would endorse disorder. Dade Countains have had to undergo of both races to work together to solve these pressing
pense considerable )problems. The frustrations of the youngwon'tbe ended by cutting .
changes and otherwise but
each time
i Just what our legislators decide upon remains to be seen. A ,
battle between Governor Kirk and the Legislature goes on. they have come through magnificently. The fantastic growth of funds for youth programs, ,and the poverty of the Joblesswon't r
the community itself is enough to creat problems, but on top be helped by cutting funds for training programs. Constructive -
A LIEUTENANT GOVERNORShould of our normal growth we have absorbed a majority by the Cu- solutions to these problems are called for,and mean
ban population able to escape the bonds of CommunismJust and petty reprisals won't solve them.
Florida have a lieutenant governor?Is a topic for dis-
cussion at the present time. This question will be up for con-
: sideraton by our Legislators who are about to write a new state as the Cubans have como here seeking freedom;; of expression After the last war, many people wanted to take reprisals
I constitution. so has a large number of the Negro population having against Germany and Japan. But wiser men realized that if

Senators George Hollahan and Robert Shevin, Miami Demo migrated here from parts North and West of us. To many Mi- we made those countries prosperous, they would become more
crats, favor such legislation and so does Governor Kirk. ami represented the promise land, and compared to what was peaceful and we would benefit by expanded trade.So we poured
We are certainly in favor of having a lieutenant governor.But left behind even the slaves in many cases have proven to be a billions into those nations to rebuild their econom test As a result -
while he would take over the office of governor in case of vast improvement To hear some speak of conditions back they are at peace with the world,and thousands of Americans
a vacancy, we believe the matter should be left for the votersto home as late as 1964-65 sounds like a fantastic lie. To hear are employed in jobs as a result of the trade that came
decide whether the lieutenant governor should or should not of the going rate of pay in some of our northern hamlets and from their prosperity. A country like Germany now has no
become governor. Florida is big enough to have both a gover- neighboring states, bring to mind the early 1930's. These very slums and little unemployment. Can we do less for our own
nor and a lieutenant governor. Negroes however, still maintain a certain dignity. They discuss cities?
these problems only with people whomo they feel l at ease. They America has to bring peace and prosperity to our neglected
NEGRO HOUSING PROBLEM offer a vivid description of their lives which can only be con- urban areas. The necessary programs .. like job training and
sidered as a form of bondage. To them education was made better housing and education shouldn't be seen as expenses,
Providing homes for the under-privileged hasbeengoingon secondary to work in the fields. Economics, made this a true but as investments which will yield great benefits to the nation.
e for some time, but there is still much to be done. reality rather than a concoction of Mr. Charlies: The family This has been a summer of irrationality and violence. It is
t Haley Sofge, director of the Miamt Housing Authority and able to produce more, was allowed more rations in the com- time for reason and common sense to take over.
t Metro's new Department of Housing and urban Development, missary. The size of the family work force accounted for cer-
says there is nothing "low cost" about public housing tain privileges not offered less productive family units.

+ "We are still building middle-income housing for poor pea Phil OssoferIf
: pIe and subdividing it," he said. The avenues open to minority groups that offer some solu-
tion to almost
every problem is
comparable insurance that
The average cost of developing 2,001 new remodeled
the community will continue to show progress. The various don't form The Scirptures say to the
o public housing units of various sizes came to $12,529 a unit, you good habits
said Sofge. legal services now being offered by our local EOPI offices, your habits will deform you. sincere f person "The truth
(f Costs average $12,577 a unit in five projects that included and the community relations board offer a direct route to the An egotist is a person who shall make you free," and to
420 efficiencies, 256 one-bedroom units and 13 twobedroomunits proper authorities. The foresight of our radio commentators should have his "I"s examined. the Insincere person, "the
I to discuss the problems openly, and in most in His truth shall make flee."
; $16,682 in scattered sight projects of which more than I cases an un- over-exercised "I"s you
half the 599 units had three or more bedrooms; $9,730 to buy biased manner, has helped immensely keeping the air aroundus are bigger than his underdeveloped This I have learned from the
and remodel 322 existing units of one to four bedrooms; aver- from becoming to heavy with distrust. In most cases we "knows." Scriptures: That the widow's
age rental is $37 a month. have found that discussion is not only good for the soul, but A mm who works like a mite demonstrates God's
Luther Brooks of the Bonded Collection Agency well-known also for the cause. horse is likely tohavea stable might.
future. I believe that we can beginto
Miami businessman
/ reports his new investors are building
l, private housing for $750 a square foot The total cost for a I believe that before we will know God only when we know
one-bedroom apartment runs between $4,750 and $5,100; for INCREASE COMMISSIONERS SALARYMetro have world peace, our leaders, that He is unknowable.
: a two-bedroom between$5,400 and$5,750. They rent for $17 to and we, too, will have to become Living a spiritual life on
$19 a week; $74 to $83 a month; for a one-bedroom unit $22 Commissioner R. H. Matheson is to suggest an increase vegetarians, for when earth is a 24-hour a day, 7daya
to $24; for a three-bedroom unit $95 to $104 a month. in salary for the commissioners. Hebcl1eves the they get rid of the"bull," we'll week, 52-weeks a year, lifetime -
present salary of $6,000 should be increased to$22,000 the have no "beef' on earth. job with no vacations .

Well, we have our expressway, and no doubt it Is appre- salary now paid Circuit Court judges.As I heard someone say, "thisis but think of the glorious retirement -
ciated. But it certainly caused the loss of many homes to per- an age of doubt." I disagree. benefits!
Ye Edlt"orsees it, there is room for an increase but not When decide Living such a life seem
sons who have spent the best part of their lives securing them people that "Godis
as much as the commissioner suggests. One hundred per centis dead like the hardest on earth
Certainly, we cannot stand in the way of progress. I realize that this is job
quite an increase; but with our generous mind, we think an an age of doubters. yet it Is "light" work.
Premier Lynden PiDdling of the Bahamas assured foreign increase to $15,000 is worthwhile.

investors at Freeport, Grand Bahama, that his governmentwill
not upset the free tax ride guaranteed by the old govern BRANCH AT CORAL GABLESDade
ment. This assurance has been taken as a guarantee that the
gambling resort at Grand Bahama will not be a thing of the MERCHANTS
past. The government is not about to kill the goose that lays County will become the headquarters for the licensing
golden eggs. It is not thinking of doing anything to make investments division of the Secretary of State's office, comes September, MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
unsafe, said the premier. with E. W. Harris, head of the Miami office as division direc APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

l I The editor of the Bahamian Times, Arthur Foulkes, also a tor. THEY ARE COURTEOUS DEPENDABLE.
member of the government, believes there will be more by- ,
I I elections in order to fill seats left vacant by members of the Coral Gables has been selected for the Branch Office loca PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!

I United Bahamian Party. tion.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 11, 1967 S

i Our Readers Speak Out fOPf legal' ServicesBY Open Letter to Miami ,I

'i:' or ... If-'" ,-- ..,.' "', Dolphins ManagementDear i


: WAY ; The Anotomy of a RiotThe Sir: I

Last week our organization sent a letter to you to publish '

.. Detroit Riot Story was indeed tragic. The task of rebuilding so that the people of this community can visualize the inner
'-" .' .. ... ....-,. .--. ..../ the blighted area will be a long arduous one. It will: workings of the Miami Dolphins Football Team.We had a
involve such problems as; Where will the necessary funds be chance to talk with a representative of the Dolphins on a radio

Letters to the Editor secured to replace the structures; where will the dislocated program, "The Voice Of Community." Their representative -

people be relocated that resided in the riot areas; and the sup- Mr. Charles Gresino promised us,at the meeting that the

Dear Editor: plying of Jobs and employment for those persons now unem- Dolphins would answer the letter and try to propose solutions I i
ployed and displaced as a result therefrom. But this gigantic to the problem.1 discussed that night.

A few thoughts concerning the letter written to the off mj herculean task shrinks in size to microscropic when one thinksof We hope that the Dolphins will live up to their word. We rep-

chest column by a mystery lady claiming that the riots are the lives lost that cannot be replaced or restored, of those resent over 200,000 Negroes and thats enough people to fill the

communist infiltrated. suffering injuries as a result of the violence, of the arrests,, Orange Bowl 3 times. t

Who is this "ghost" writer who seems to be so concerned sentence and fines imposed on the many persons Involved. The We are not demanding anything special from the Dolphins, \

about riots, but not the conditions and situations that cause traumatic effects of the riot itself, on the lives of the persons only'a little"RESPECT" for our 200,000 Negroes with a gross

riots? Who is this Negro? who says that she has a "sincere exposed to the holocaust will be costly Costly, in terms of the spending power of $160,000,000.00 in this community year.

belief in the dignity and worth of mankind',' but in effect is emotional health and welfare of the involved individual as well

only concerned about the minute hatred perpetuated by Negroes as otherwise. Sincerely,

upon whites, thereby neglecting the vast pool ofhatred whites David Curry, Jr. Pres.
of The time
I understand well, the, impatience our people.;
discharge towards Negroesl! Who is this Negro((?)teacher,who has been long -- too long. We are freer now than we were yes- The Northwest Miami Dolphins J
fails to realize that because of this hatred, her Negro(if she illus Booster Club
not Detriot
terday but we are yet free.However the story I
teaches in a Negro school) students are from 2 to 5 years behind trates clearly the answer or solution to our problems is definitely -
in academic learning, as compared to the average white
not in rioting. There are many wrongs and injustices
student of their age. to be righted. There are many inequities that we as Negroes WHEN THEY MEET :1

incur. There is much discontentment and disenchantment with
Ah, but for second thoughts. Who is this Negro((?) lady, who the system. But it'sup to us with the cooperation of our fellow- IOTA PHI LAMBDA SORORITY INC. \
is so much concerned about the economic advancement Cu-
men to work out these differences peacefully and Intelligently.Our .
bans, but fails to comprehend that Negroes as anethnic group Atlanta, Georgia August 11-17,1967
Legal Services Program was established primarilyto
make up the lowest ring of the economic scale in Miami] Just insure representation for persons who otherwise could not "Iota Business Week," will fall this year during the

who is this Negro (?) lady, who says that Cubans are taking afford a lawyer; to inform persons of their legal rights and annual convention of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc National

jobs, formerly held by Negroes,when all she has to do is visit uphold the rights of these persons;to help formulate laws to be President Mrs. Mahala S.
the economic districtsnotablybeach hotels),to see that this Is introduced in the legislature for the welfare and benefit of the Evans of Chicago, will welcomethe

no rumor, but a fact in itself. Who is this Negro (?) lady, who poor; to balance the equities; to see that equal justice is dispensed 300 delegates and 100 visitors
probably doesn't know that each Cuban that debarks from the who are expected.In .
to all persons and not just limited to some individualsor X41
boat or plane receives $100 in crisp bills an abundance oi observance of "Iota Business
groups. These are some of the many objectives of our pro- "
food r stuffs,and in many cases, a house.Yet her own Congress gram. Our services may prove invaluable in solving many of Week, women who have their ,

overwhelmingly voted down the rent-subsidy bill and the Anti- the legal as well as the social programs besetting our community communities served outstandingly will be honored.In ,

rat control bill, both extremely vital to the welfare of the pov- and causing much of the discontentment that surroundsus. The presentation of the "Out

erty-stricken Negro,who makes up 85% of the black commun- standing Woman of the Year :t
pty. Who just who is this Negro(?)lady who probably doesn't
Violence has no place in our society. The old philosophy of Award" will also be made.
know that literally thousands of her own race(?) are starvingto "Evil for Evil" or as the olcfestament reiterates "An eye for Organized In 1929, the sorority -4
death in the Black Belts of the South. Yet I dare thereis "
( say an eye and a tooth for tooth" Is fallacious. It was discovered has promoted the unificationof

not one Cuban straving.) early that little or nothing can be gained by those relying on all qualified business and professional *

this philosophy, and much may be lost. The New Testament women Into one sister. Mrs. Mihili S. billS
But who is she that fails to see that despite all this, the quickly refuted this philosophy of the Old Testament and adopted hood and encouraged those Interested In business education .

average Negro holds no ill-will against any ethnic group espec- the more practical and desirable viewpoint and I quote to continue their studies through fellowship grants.

ially the forlorn people of Cuba. "someone strikes you in the face. turn the other cheek."
Oh, but ROW for final thoughts. Who Is this Negro(?) lady, This is probably the more difficult of the two to do but the rt-
who has the audacity to say that people pinned down in gigantic suits derived are bounteous.Let us as Negroes adopt this philosophy KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITYSt.

pig-pens, commonly called ghettos, are communist or com- of the New Testament still continuing to attack our Louis, Mf..ourlAugust 10-12,1967

munist infiltrated, because they express themselves: however problems vehemently and unrelentlessly. Let us try to keep The metropolis of St. Louis will be the site for Kappa

violent it maybe.Surely no right thinking Negro would condone Miami green and not red with hatred, violence and rebellion. Alpha PsI Fraternity' 1967 conclave led by Atty. Thomas ,t
these disturbances, since only Negroes are hurt, but its time Let us employ the use of law and order to reach our long deserved Bradley of Los Angeles,. Grand
people like herself began to realize that her brothers and sis- goals.If Polemarch, 700 delegates and

ters in the ghettos are trying to tell her something. And we had there Is a lesson tobe learned or gained from the Detroit 500 visitors will convene at the
better start listening, now tithe mystery lady can ponder over dedicate "Gateway City's" Sheraton-Jef
Story let it be this, we, the citizens of Dade County
the afore thoughts without flinching, then maybe: her, article ourselves to the proposition and hereby firmly resolve that it ferson Hotel."Training r

has some merit. But you know something, I doubt it. must not happen here, we will not entertain a riot in Miami, In Leadership," will

for little can we afford the death, devastation,hardship, wrath, be the topic of discussion dur- .II
Thank you, and ruthless destruction occassional by such a holocaust.LETS 4 ing the three-day mid-August '\'
R..Gibson, Jr. conclave.
Organized In 1911, the Fraternity I,

now 36,000 strong, encourages

TALK POLITICSBy public service through
honorable achievement, leader _

ANYTHING GOES. ship and Interest. j
.. NORMAN E. JONES Thomas Bradley


The "wheeling and dealing" of the coalition of "responsible" PHI DELTA KAPPA
Negro leadership in Tampa placed James Hammond in
New Orleans Louisiana August 7.12 1967
MEMORIAL COLLEGE TO BEGIN BUILDING the position of community relations director as a compromisewith
FLORIDA the victorious candidate for Mayor Nick Nuc loin his Supreme Baslleus, Mrs. Mabel S. Bouldin, of the Na-

campaign against the then incumbent Julian Lane in the 1963 tional Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, will greet some 200
delegates and 300 guests to the
Memorial College will commence construction mayoralty elections.
Florida convention
leader ship in Tampa- annual In
This coterie of "responsible" Negro
towards the end of this monthl!
nine months whirlwind campaign to raise funds for $2.7 constantly switching political allegiance to the candidate slatedto New Orleans.
The This theme
win if fall to back a winner they had been castigating year's ; "Preparing \
or they ,
million from volunteer efforts is unmatched: in the fund Today's Youth for Tomorrow's !,
ing efforts of Dade County. This volunteer effort was matched just a few weeks prior in the elections. Opportunities," Intertwines with
the leader of the lane forces for the
James Hammond was
with $5,000,000. from the Federal government in grants and the set forth by the
Negroes, he had the final word and authority in the lane Negro
loans.A S. sororal unit. Dedicated to stim-
remarkable feature of the campaign Is that while the campaign', with responsibility to no one,not even Lane himself.He ulating professional growth
decisions in the campaign was final against which there was
Florida State legislature and the Governor were engaged in a among teachers, the sorority Is
good deal of talk about the State university in Dade County, the no appeal. He assumed the total responsibility for the successor also concerned with youth. It has 1

Florida College package was put together in a sustained well failure Lane's Negro campaign for reelection.In Instituted scholarships and guidance J
based on his
accordance with strict military discipline, for
directed campaign.The programs young peo-
administrative cost so far is about 3%to 5% of th gross distinguished military record,he is a captain issued ordersin ple.

and this is unheard of in fund raising today where the cost Is crisp military manner to his workers and expected a strict Mrs. Mabel S. BouldinOMEGA
observance of his personal decisions. Unskilled in the techni-
15 to 20$ on the dollar.
from $
must to Rev. Edward T.Graham, chairmanof ques and complexities of grass roots political campaigning,
Great credit go to commands backed by military cus- PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC.
and accustomed issuing
the college Board of Trustees, Dr. Royal W. Puryear, Pre- I
sident, Senator Harry P. Cain, the former United States Sena- toms as befitted his rank as"general" of the Negro campaign, Boston, Massachusetts August 12-17,1967 I.the I.
tor from the State of Washington, who now resides In Miami he attempted to "command" the Negro community tovote Omega Pal Phi Fraternity will hold Its convention at

and Martin Fine, who acted as the college attorney and openedthe lane, instead of as the most naive campaigner knows, "persua- Sheraton-Boston Hotel In midAugust.group'l .
sion" rather "commands" is the order of the day duringan Grand Basileus, George E.
doors for funds from the government.
However the greatest praise should go to Harold Dunsky, election campaign. And thus by his tactical and strategic. Meares of Brooklyn, N. Y., will
blunders he lost the campaign for incumbent Mayor Lane. welcome
the College's development fund director, whose name raely 2,000 delegates and
Had this been a military engagement his blundering handlingof 500 visitors. Organized 56 years

gets Dunsky into print.supplied the thrust and direction and did the bulk of the campagn would have brought him instant court martial ago, Omega PsI Phi has dedi-
and the firing squad.Congressman cated Itself to the purpose of
the job with minimum will be office included expenses.in the initial building phase. Cramer of Florida castigates Negroes, cadil- bringing ,about a union of college
Nine buildings
in television interview. with similar and
lacs and liguor industry men ideals
to !
the college grow r
However, we can of the nine months drive to a meeting of the St. Petersburg (special report) In an interview over channel scholarship. Another objective of

The success board in September at which a new figure will 13, TV Tampa, Sunday July 23, concerning his anti-riot bill. this Greek-letter group Is to
college advisory Congressman Cramer after a half-hour of defending his bill grasp and secure a constructive

be decided upon. summer"all which he stated repeatedly was:aim !d.chiefly at Stoke ley Car- place In the civil life of the na
destructive fires are being lit in this "hot
While michael concluded his interview with an attack on the Cadillac tion.
know here in Miami we
it is good to that -
over the country, r This I year's program highlightsGeorge
education.The Motor Company and the Liquor Industry.He .
i. are lighting a constructive "fire" for higher E. Meares include a Founder's Banquet,
said in effect that lithe government gave every Negro
college will be a milestone for the Negro and general Employment Opportunities Workshop and the annual "Citi
one-hundred dollars per week, It would not help their condi-
community; it will also be a credit to the development'tund di- and zen of the Year" and "Omega Man of the Year" awards..
tion as all they would do would be to buy Cadillacs whiskey.


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\ 171m flqptM RICHMOND FOe US


A NATION'S GREATNESS-The greatness ofanation may
be manifested in many ways -- in its courage, its moral responsibility By Gwendolyn- Laverne- ROSS -
its cultural and scientific eminence, the tenorof
its daily life. But ultimately the source of its greatness is Recent appointee to the Florida Council on Human Relations
in the individuals who constitute the living substance of a nation Mrs. James Parris (Johnnie), left Saturday, August 12, withher
x' husband and son William to attend the 10th Annual Southern

The Pursuit of Excellence ,', Christian Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
As a member of the SCLC's governing board, Mrs. parris
Jane Pratt and family attended funeral services for her 1 I will remain in Atlanta at the conference'send help map out
uncle, Bernie Archer of Nassau, but Jetted home in time to plans for the group's nation-wide projects which may involve
receive out of town guests,Judea Lawton of New York City and v 1 Miami.
the Toshi Nortons of Japan. Active in a number of civic organizations, including the National
+ Va c a tI 0 nee r s seen in Nassau were Carland Eugenia Council of Negro Women,she marched in last summer's
Williams; Vivian Rutherford,Bertha Roland,Willie Pearl Gal-, C\ civil rights demonstrations in Mississippi.Other .
loway; Forie Roberts; Leo Albury, Jr.; A. J. Shoote; Hansel' members of the Miami delegation include Mrs. Lucille
Higgs; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson; Albert Johnson;and Al- I I Bell, Mrs. Eva Love, and Mrs. Lucy Matthews.
phonso Williams. 1 Before returning to "New Heights," the older Parrises will
James McQueen and John Reed of Troop 56 are among the ,Join their seven other youngsters for a vacation in Fort Bragg,
boy scouts attending Expedition 804B at Philimont Ranch, New North Carolina and Chatanooga, Tennessee.
Mexico. s

Folks I saw at Bethune-Cookman'ssummercommencement Issues ranging from A' to 'Z' will be the topics at the
last weekend, Leroy "Breeze" Brown, Bill and Sarah (Scott) 04 o ; I I speech contest being sponsored by the Teenage Commissionof
Stewart; Mary H. Williams, C. E. Bolen, Lonnie Walker and ea Bethel Baptsit Church Sunday, August 13, at 4:30 p.m. The
urnu.,, ..._....... I:'_ """""AR,
& I'&'l:U ""'''A:lUU i &N.I\1 I I speakers who represent local churches, will be six-man
Alexine Delancy and the former Mary Washington Joined the panel.
a throng of Miamians who found Jamaica the ideal vacation spot.

Cyril Carey of Nassau was the houseguest of Emily Delancy LETS WALK HOME--lta TOO TIRED TO The Richmond Park "Clowns" stole the show for the second
last weekend. consecutive year at the clown contest last week in OpalockaThe
After a most enjoyable three weeks vacationing in Phila- RIDE IN A TAXI WITH YOU / Clowns took first place with their flve-mannaval act and

delphia, New York City and Hempstead L. I., Miriam Stirrup G,1/T/MENTAL Fe A rc ids'r.... ... third place with their two-man skit. Last year's winners head
returned to her 67 Street home on Sunday. Relatives and "the list of participants. They are: St. Clair Jenkins, Jackie
friends who entertained her were the James Wilkersons, Fuller, Charles Harrell, Fletcher Smith, and TerryLeonard.
Mamie Wallace and Edna Wiggams.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Mitchael(Blondell) and children,
Annette McNeal, lona Dukes and Erma Allen of Ft.Lauder- Fourteen pre-schoolers helped Gayle Anjannette Ross blowout
Tracy and Terry, drove down from the Bronx to visit his mo-
dale were among the members ofthe Federated Women's Club the three candles that topped her birthday cake at a partyon
Arcola home. The
I ther, Mrs. Beatrice L. Miller in her Garden
meeting at Durham. The trio motored to the "Bull" city. coupleareboth graduates ofSt. Francis School of X-Ray Tech- Sunday afternoon, August 6. The party, given by her par-
Wedding bells will ring for Clarissa Jones and Victor Cobham nology and work in the medical department of Columbia Uni- ents Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ross (Dorothy), was held at their
at Mt. Her m 0 nAME Church, Saturday, August 12, at home on 142 Street.
I 6:00 p.m. versity.his .

Please offer prayers for Mrs.Louise Johnson at South Flor-
ida State Hospital. sister, Edna M. Talmadge at her 68th Street home. WOOLWORTH'SNoiron

..,Get well,.wishes,to Susan Wright,Helen .Culmer and David Motoring from California for a Florida vacation were Mrs. \
Price' at Jackson; Louise N. Johnson of 1104 NW 64th Street; Willie Mae Walker (Jackie Robinson's sister) and five nieces
Ann Mitchell at North Miami General; Van Lee at home. and nephews. The party came down from West Palm Beach to
Here for a visit with his sisters, Ethel Gr ice and Mable spend a day with Mrs. Estelle Cunningham, before returning
Minus is Issac Grice of Bradenton. to Pasadena. 1
Houseguesting with Bernice Hunt of Coconut Grove is WinnieB. Mrs. Betty Griffin and children of New Brunswick,N. J. are I
Lee of St. Petersburg. visiting Mrs. Annie Edwards, the McNeals and the Wrights.
Thelma J. McDonald has Joined the staff at Vogue Beauty Gwen and Norman Howard with daughter, Lisa are in their !
Fair. new home at 1331 Little River Drive. /
I The David (Gussie) Dobbs attended the graduation of their Congratulations to Dewey Knight(Clara Brown's hubby)who \ yJa
I" son, David n, from Central State in Ohio. has been named the county's new welfare dir ctr. : ,
The Burkhart Stubbs Jr. and Sylvia Adderly christened their
little ones last Sunday, at Church of the Transfiguration, Opa- "It's fun being back in the old home town ." says Percy
locks Reception was held in the afternoon at the Stubbs waterfront 1 Forbes of New York City.
i home. Houseguesting with the Williams and Leroy Browns is Corine \\\1 I IY
Mrs. Lottie P. Johnson and goddaughter, Susan Rolle Jetted 1 Williams of Jacksonville.With .
r to Bimini, Lottie for a vacation and Susan a visit with her par- the Clayton (charlene Simmons) Kings of Atlanta was
ents before returning to school. their pretty daughter, Stephanie, here for a visit with her parents -
Motoring to Atlanta, Wilena Smith and daughter, Wansetta the Martin Simmons. :' f t3.t .
will vacation with relatives. Captain Norman Carey, U. S. Army has been promoted to
Roland Blocker, son of Ethel Blocker Jetted to Washingtonfor. Major Congratulations! t
.a visit with relatives. Mrs. F, S. Baker (Ruby Murray's mom)of Los Angeles suf-
\ 'DOrothy N. Maxwell and son, Terry, motored to North Carolina 1 fered heart attack on Monday in California.
l for a vacation In the mountains,. Sharon K. Betty and Fernley Murray were married Saturday t
Mrs. Juanita Johnson joined hubby, (Thomas P.) for two (July 29) afternoon in Barnes ME Church in Indianapolis. A oF
weeks of sight-seeing and relaxation before returning borne 1 reception at Butler University followed the ceremony.Valdez ,
last week. Murray, sister of the groom was soloist at the ceremony and "
Hiram Wilcox and son, Craven flew to Atlanta for a vaca- the reception. After a wedding trip to Montreal the couple will ,
tion with brother, Ben and his family live at Park Tower Apartments. vAMNJw0.Y P 4. xvy R1 DJN%.MMN
.' After 1 two weeks vacation in Jacksonville and Brunswick,
.; Roderick and Zachary Smith, sons of the Raymond Smiths are Miamians who travelled to Indianapolis for the wedding were rayon-cotton blends
t; at home.A Mrs. Emerald Gardiner, mother of the groom, Alfonso and
weekend trip to Fitzgerald, Georgia visit relatives was Valdez Murray and sons, David and Alfonso,Jr.,Loraine
: the reason for Ruby Daniels absence from her 51st Terrace Miller and son, Keith, Ellsworth Murray and Michael Miller, SHIRTWAISTS SHIFTSWhether
home. Earle Murray Jr and sister, Pamela. ,
Verneka Silva and daughter, Toni are vacationing in Detroit. Mrs. Betty Griffin and children of New Brunswick, N. J. are
Opal Green King of Vogue Beauty Fair was featured at the houseguests of the McNeals and the Wrights. you prefer your
Florida State Seminar for Cosmetologists held at the Deau- John H. and Charles J. Mitchell Cleveland, Ohio, motored Fall dresses full skirted
yule Hotel. Opal demonstrated her permanent stralghterner, to our city to visit his mother, Mrs. Lucy Mitchell. slim or
we have both In 399
t Clea-Shea. Juanita Finley is back from a sixweekvacation on the west a
Vacationers in Miami from Nassau are Mr. Timothy Mc- coast. She visited with Sybiline and Carlos Rodriguez in wide selection of pretty
Cartney who is the houseguest of the 0, D, Careys, Beverly Seattle, Washington, and spent two weeks Alaska with Mary prints. Misses' 10 to 18.
McQuay, Georglann Christie, Ramson McDonald, Delores, Woods Payne,former Miamian and now anUaskan nurse.
} Springfelt and Pansy Reeves.
Juanita and Bill Stirrup motored to Clearwater to visit Theodore Hepburn is down from New York City for a four > *
r Juanita's mother who is ailing. week vacation with family and friends. 1slanilr or band IeAODVIIE
t, It was off to Georgia for Joan Reed and children for a vaca- The Turner's, Ruth, Clarence and their sons Clarence Jr. "
tion.Ormand and Kenneth with another brother John Williams have returned IRCK4n
Delancy and son Ormand vacationed in Eleuthera. from their summer vacation They spent five weeks visiting
: Congratulations to T. S. Greer, Jr., and Ben Glifford who relatives in St. Louis, Mo., Detroit, Michigan and also visited
earned master's degrees at Atlanta University's summer ses Expo '67 in Montreal, Canada. They stopped oneor two nights ACETATE IIIEFS2pairs
: sion. Cora Hankerson and Robert Paul Young were also enrolled in Nashville, Tennessee, Birmingham, Ala, and Donaldson-
I at Atlanta University. ville, Georgia to visit relatives. From here the family traveled -
i i to Tampa for a weekend with friends and relatives.
I campars Pricilla Wilkinson of NW 69th Terrace, Liberty City is va-
Twenty-fourth annual boule of Gamma phi Delta, Shelbourne cationing in New York City as house guest of her son, George 1
Hotel, Miami Beach hosted 85 delegates from Alabama, Flor- Jr. She will also visit her brother,Joseph McPhee and family (". ",. 'Itlc
ida, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, in Poughkeepsl, N. Y,before returning home.Her granddaughter ,, pr.
Missouri, Michigan, Nevada,New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the Pricilla Treavant of Opa-locka accompanied her on the DuPont Acele acetate
District. Post convention tours Included Miami, Nassau and trip.Coeds } : tricot. Double back gives
j Jamaica. from Langston University, Carolyn Tyler and Brenda 't;; you freedom of move
t Mrs. Naomi Simms of Blrmigham, is the houseguest of the Williams are vacationing in Nassau and Bimini. I ment.White, pink. 5 to 10.,

I Leon McNeals. Naomi was a delegate to Gamma Phi Delta's Mary Hulor, home for Tuskegee, Institute, making a big hit : "" "' ., ":
I National. at the Continental.Mrs. .
f Little Renee and Marie Deveaux of Nassau are enjoying their E, W. Liberty and< Mrs. Allene V, Taylor left on Fri-
i; holiday with papa (Captain Bill), before returning to London 'day to attend the National Boule Sigma Ghamma Rho Soroity rYOUR
.1 I in the fall for school.Sandinmyshoes. in Detroit, Michigan. Miss Niva Simmons of Washington,D, C. I MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATWOOLWORTH'S
I says Murray Johnson of New York City, :arrived Sunday to spend her vacation with her godmother Mrs
I who will return home on Friday after spending two weeks with 'E, W. Liberty, while she attend the Boule in Detroit, Michigan.
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w -: course in Home Mainten- and maintenance which the
ance and Repair will be offer- homeowner can profitably
'1 1THE ed at MJami-Dade Junior College perform himself.
South during the fall term.
Classes will be held for 13 Registration may be madeat
consecutive Thursday from the Department of Continu-
1 P 7:30 to 9:45 p.m. Fee is $10. ing Education office at the
r II The non-credit course will South Campus. For information -
cover every aspect of repair phone 2741161.

to arrest: sm
legedly soliciting I
personnel and/or 1
Koontz, first FIRST MIAMI RUN
tional Education I
N. C.looker was DRIYE'IN THEATRE I I
fab Albert and '\
seas highway trek I r..MN+1'rww
at checking on I Wake '' & I
which'll aid him up .
ment and social Mate love! <;
Edward Lynch has
Sam for the 24th fall overlaughing
cently appointed I!!! .

sures two male
Miami stockade
which offers better
vance and College held its annual summer pic-
can be identified Sands at the World's Famous Daytona Beach,
insignia patches on attracted the attention of many male on-
turbed over the Hendrick Crowell who paused to serenade
elementary dish an guitar. Eleanor, a Junior, hails from West
sorial artist wants a Clark College Junior, lathe son of .
way, rather than a Bethune-Cookman College Trustee. "-"RODERT

disk SALT Jock WATER,dining at ( ) Miss THOMASMARSHALLWEDDING Della Mae Thomas and IC TIIEIR COD!

down to the Island Phillip G. Marshall were mar- GET OUT OF THEIR WAY
ried on Sunday afternoon
tuous, blowout in 9, in a presence of a large cir- ...if you can !
"s. Walton's cle of relatives and friends. ROGER GORMAN rrcsENna
Assistant deputy : ; The ceremony was performedon AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL eRE
Orange Hayes to the beautifully decorated pMMENDEOFORIAT
Knowles to New lawn of Mr.and Mrs C. Miller 1 E DEVILSDEVILS-
Albury-Ferrell and 7124 NW 16th Ave., the Rev.L. AUDU 1 CEli
weeks tiP : A. Thompson officiating. AN OEI.1S
Bay Street. The witnesses were Mary A. .
Phillip and Billy Clark. ,11 4. I I I'

tress expecting Gladys Sir Keller( ) was the :iiM: )Mi::: l 1i!:: iiii)1Miimg:::::::::::::::) : ) iMi: : ): : :;: ",,! ::" :;: :: :im:1; ::: !:!

son bedded at .... ...
of third
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.Kels McKinne/s: oratorical 1:::: Ji J ij::::1

with putation their and of two family Order of by Pall the !I WIG >- .' i .:;1 Ici

Guyton This af .... .
stance Sandiland, ::: : I'. ,
l't in the Starlite ':':':': / ,
Charles R. Terrace :.::.:::.::. \!' ,;'1 (' ./! '; .
Eugene (Pretty Boy) ::::' \(1,." w '
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ankle. of Mr. !mm SALE t "' '
THE GUTTER Edwards. of '....... I

over the recent to represent 1:11:
as poverty chief, is Pall Bearers
shares her mate's Liberty City. I y J A y 't
was the pretty she felt, she il:! Wiglets 4 ,
sioner M.Athalie
fine, and I'd ....... r :
district of Per rine '
deep t
appre- ,
which flodded their and. \
from Manhattan ." ill
more weeks with Wigs I
lem to visit her ::;::::' Lit!
a fixture at :;::!::

of America's :::::::'
grand Job done by ..:....:...:.. ;+:;
ball ended the GUO
jetted Eartha III
days Shifting in 100% HUMAN HAIR
tary sec'y-
instructor at

venia Jennie Dean's Davis Davis too-soon to to the ill 'From $14.95 b

McKinney-Davis, Most
ors. Accompanying Airline jI 1 :

cousin 'Candy' m 1 :, 8.95 Wig Case

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to shoe cobbler- ,- All ::1:::1: F REE r|ii |'; & Head Form

this weekend to m J.

of Cecil Tallahassee(Carrie) and "III to II 1 g'/thru". iii;1i 1iW With Each WigCHIC

Barrett-Kemp, Iba.Died 1
He ads tar t aids in a"", Hurt
Jackson Memorial I groduoto.tarokn
two weeks of !!!
cess Tiger, Soul ''( ) '
Quartet, Pianist 19 WIGS .
Lounge. The Ivory .
weekend ( )
by daughter :.:.:..:.:...:
. Larry and Queen -
Lillian Mizell of 1,,.t

Taylor Miami alumnae birthdayed *It.t..'.ONk..MI...,. rl 9026 N.W. 22nd Ave. .

one-man-newspaper ......r
racket, but who Imployor
to check early and ,..* 1IMft! i ix
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday ww August 11. 1967 9

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Jolliettes '
e The are invitingyou .'
to it's Fashion Tea Time ,,''v'.. ., t' :;'i'C:: I'I'J
from five until nine Sunday, 'lJ'' .
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presenting their creations '
... Ati.ry ,
The Bus route situation Is a pet peeve of Mr. Phil Johnson. Come and see what the feminine ;y ;kEa:1'd

It is only a pet peeve of his, but of many, many thousands of woman can do to enhanceher II I
people who ride busses daily in Miami and from work There femininity. Come and seea
are no direct routes exept to downtown Miami Downtown Miami challenge to the mini skirt. :
is the transfer point from Opa-locka and Northwest Mi- .
ami to almost anywhere In Dade County. We feel that the CLARISSA EVELINA
routes should be looked Into,since our city Is so perfectly laid The Jolliettes are remembered jI
out that our main streets run North- South for miles and East Mrs. Georgia Lee Thomas by many: friends in the cityof I
the hgnor of Miami. This is their 19th
West the same way. This twisting and turning routes which Jones requests
forces so of senior your presence at the marriageof annual scholarship award to
many our citizens,who have come to Flor-
ida to her daughter Clarissa some worthy high school stu-
retire, to walk for blocks to transfer rather than have
a connecting point that does not require:them to go all the way Evelina to Mr. Victor R.Cob- dent for 1967. Harold Alonzo
downtown to transfer. My idea is that a, direct route across our ham on Saturday the twelfth of Williams, the son of Mr. and i
main arteries- say from end to end- would simplify matters August, Nineteen hundred and recipient last year.
for a lot of commuters.There must be, I know, some 'twisting sixty-seven, at six o'clock in
and turning," but much of it can be eliminated by additional the evening, Mt.Hermon AME Mrs. John Williams of 16141
busses on certain lines. It seems highly unreasonable that in Church, Opa-locka, Florida East Bunch Park Drive.Opa-
a city this size somo poeple must change busses three times Reception following cere- lock, was the recipient last :
each day, each way, to get to work. MTA let's get on the ball, mony, Brownsville Community \
and straighten out this maze of routes we have here and give Center, 2741 NW 49th St., year.
Miami. This X-ray Unit in the Dental Clinic at
the public some good common sense transportation. Variety Children's !
Hospital was remodeled to look like a sleepy Pinocchio, and '
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Arnold Presha Delta Sigma Theta Convention Dr. Van R. Robinson Is sure that little Tammy Moss, age 4,
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Addle Pontifleck now won'tlbe; frightened at all this Is one of 21 clinics, where
more than 60,000 sick youngsters are treated each year, and
VIP OF THE WEEK: Commissioner Dave KennedyWe Slated For CincinnatiEducation the hospital's out-patient section will receive a boost from

employment, ernment will address the dele- the benefit Dolphin-Falcon football classic on Saturday,August
would like to congratulate Herald Writer, Miss Juanita economics world affairs, and gates and participate in work- 19, at 8:00 p.m. in the Orange Bowl.
Greene, on the very fine articles she has recently written con- and discussions. .
the status of women will be the shops panel
cerning the "poor :Negro. and his pro b 1 ems."This column
out that
main areas of,concern at the Dr. Woods pointed
criticized Miss Greene a couple of years ago on an article she 29th biennial convention of the convention subject areas District Grand Officer
wrote, but it seems that she 'boned-up' on the Negro and the wide of 'I
Delta Sigma Theta to be held exemplify range
sees a much clearer picture now. Orchids to her. '
at the Netherland-Hilton Hotelin Interests and concerns of this Visits Madison

Cincinnati, August 14-18. 45,000 member organizationwhich
Most of us have had occasion to have installation or repair Dr. Geraldine P. Woods, of counts 316 chapters The District GMNG House- boy or girl in the society,who
work on our telephone service. It is seldom that a large Com- Los Angeles, National Presi- throughout the United States hold of Ruth,Sister Edna Mapp wish to go to college,'so that
pany can give excellent service to millions ofpeople, but this dent, announced today that and abroad. She also praisedthe visited Madison, Florida in he or she might finish his'edu-
company manages to be polite, friendly and most of all help- 2000 members and their families Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter response to an invitation from cation.
ful) in every department. Their Personnel Department must are expected to attend the for the fine job it is doing. Dist Deputy Minnin Akens of After the program refresh-
be A-l, and then somo, In order to pick men and women who five-day session of the pre. Household No. 3897 of Madison ments were served.
go out of their way to be helpful..even in things that are not dominantly Negro, women's Mrs. Nellie Henderson Mrs. Edna Mapp was guestat
included in their 'duties'. Have you stopped to think of the national public service or- y el'DOUBLE MNG of 2588 Greenville the beautiful new home of
fact that once your phone is installed, you get free 'service'?? ganization.A Florida, and Mrs. Lizzie Mc- Mr. and Mrs Dozier John Bal-
Have you ever talked with a phone company representative, distinguished array of International Millan HH No 1477 of Tallahassee loon, 606 Pride Street.
whether in the office, on a phone pole, or in your home, who national and local ACTION Mrs. M. Thompkins is
was not extremely nice? U so, Iwould like to know about it. leaders in foreign affairs, ,Household reporter of the
For, I have talked with many people, and have come into con- education, business 'and 'go" sESiw, INttAa The three households District. Grand; Household, Of I
tact with many of the representatives, and found them always .! marched from the Hall of Ruth.LOCKHARTHEPBURM7.
nice. The personnel departments of this company, around the Shiloh Missionary Baptist
country, should most certainly, be proud of their 'products', Church and there they rendered -
for we, the general public, are. Hats off to all of you.... a very nice program The NUPTIALSMiss
Dist Grand Most Noble Gov-

We shall not dwell too long on Jobs this week, because we ernor was introduced by Mrs. Wlndey E. Lockhart
have 'preached' this over and over again. But..there's that v :Lizzie McMillan of Tallahassee became the bride of Willie \,,
"but" again ..in talking with Mr. Marvin Smith of the EOPI, -- Mrs. Mapp brought Hepburn Friday evening, July
he has found that one of the main reasons that salaries are so greetings from the District ,28, when they were joined in (
low in un-skilled jobs is because of the competition betweenthe and especially from Miami, holy matrimnnyThecere-
employees. In other words, two or three men applying for and commended all the House- mony was perform by the
an un-skilled job will most likely promise to work, each for holds of the state for their Rev. L.A. ''Thompson at the
less than that of the other applicant.Therefore,the employers loyal support. Mrs. Mapp home' of Mrs. Cloyilda Hep-
form the habit of waiting for the 'lowest bid' on the job. Why spoke on many other things burn, mother of the groom,
should he pay more, when he can get the same thing done for pertaining to the progress of with many relatives and 'l
less? Would you? APPRENTICE MECHANICEastern the Household of Ruth, and the friends in attendance. The attendants ,
progress of the Juvenile So- were Mrs. Estella i

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Bennie O'Berry, Center Director ciety. A scholarship fund has Adderly and MI' Ralph Adder-
of the Liberty City E 0 PI Center, and owner of 0'- is accepting applications for an aircraft been set aside for some worthy ly

Berry's Magic City Driving School, has just returned from a apprentice mechanic class to begin
motor trip to Expo 67 in Montreal,Canada He sez he experi-
enced a beautiful vacation with his wife, Bernette,and daughter training this Fall. If accepted, you will re- t

He was routed by North Travel Bureau, and was happily ceive a comprehensive three-year.-on-the lob A NEW HIT ALBUM BY R

suprised by the beautiful scenic route they gave him. Benniewas and classroom training program. During train- \
very enthusiastic about the changes made in auto travel, and ARETHA FRANKLIN
will receive $2.56/hr. progressup
and said the trip was'extremely pleasant,because we no longer ing, you ,
have to stop under a tree to rest, for the motels in Georgia, to $3.75/hr. Upon completion, you will be ON ATLANTIC RECORDS

South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia were qualified as a licensed airframe and power-
very cordial and very reasonable. Welcome home, y'all, and plant mechanic.To "ARETHA ARRIVES"I'
we're glad to pass your words wisdom on to other folks who

are going up that-a-way The United Golfer's Trophy Ball 8150
will be held at the Sir John Knight Beat Friday, August 25, at qualify for additional consideration, you \1'
10:00. The admission is 2.00 for golfers and $2.50 for non-
MUST be a high school graduate, an American -
golfers Frank DuBoise and his band with E. Lois Foremanand
an all-star cast will entertain the visitors, and you are citizen, age between 18 and 26, and be

invited to como in and dance and applaud the winners Mr. willing to work night, weekend and holiday JIi'*"

and Mrs.Ernest Hayes just returned,with their daughter, from shifts.!
an extended vacation up the eastern coast.They report a won- a'd' j

derful time Shirley Seldon andher two "big" sisters are t ,
planning a boat ride to Nassau within the next two weeks. They
decided they would "cruise" down the river and enjoy the fun Please apply by visiting ,our Employment

It's about tine for"the babe" (Barbara Sergeant) to come Office:
session in Alabama. We have missed ,
home from her summer 4600 NW 36th STREET
her Clyde Killens sez "don't come busting his door downon
"Night in Nassau Night" you'd better get those tickets MIAMI, FLORIDA 9

or else .If you missed HInes, Hines and Dad at the Diplomat Monday thru Friday
you will be sorry. told you to go and they are not only 4 And Aretha Has A New Hit Single !
is due back In town 9 a.m. to p.m.EASTERN.
great, but stole the show. ..Jeff Addams
this week-end for opening at the Newport Hotel's Pirate's A- : "BABY I LOVE YOU"Atlantic
go-go" room. ..Did I mention that Wally Futch is back at the
Rancher with DinoDs Rose Trio and Jack Price? The little > *2427r -
fellow that works at the Miami Times has the same name as
Madame Effie Throckbottom (James Home) related Still\\ Going Strong \ lP
? ? ? ,Maybe sister and brother? William McBride, also AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOY2P: Ira.I..1ft THE WAYtI /E yOU"Aretha _
of the Times, swears Mayme is twice as old as he Is. They A PLANS FOR PROGRESS COMPANY "1 NEVER LOVED A MA 9 _
were in the same school in Atlanta 40 years ago. That Is I -a\3
it for this week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY

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I Founder Of Negro Elks to Honor 4 62nd

II News Service Dies I

; Convention In LAThe
A Journalistic career which A native of Sanford,whohad
spanned 48 years was broughtto been a resident of Chicago for
Sixty-Second Annual resented by Ann Fairbairn of as "Greg" Morris for his
a close
early Wednesdaywhen
most of his life, he would have
Claude Albert Barnett Convention of the Grand Lodge Pacific Grove, California, the brilliant portrayal of a Negro
been 78 years old next Sept. 16.
founde r director, the Associated He was educated in Mattoonand and Grand Temple Daughtersof brilliant author of the best sel- scientist and technician in
the Improved Benevolent ler, "Five Smooth Stones," a "Mission Impossible"a regular -
Negro Press news- Oak Park III., and Chi-
Protective Order of Elks of the sensitive and exciting portrayal Saturday night TV enter-
gathering agency, died in his cago, and was a graduate of iii
home of a cerebral hemor- Tuskegee Institute, Class of world will be held in Los An- of the life and times of tainment will be honored for

rhage. The fatal attack occur- 1906. geles, Calf., beginning August an intrepid young Negro,David his contribution to theater

red around noon Tuesday and In March, 1919, he conveived 25 and closing September 1, ,Champlin. Miss Fairbairn will through television. Judge
he lay in coma until 1 a.m. and founded the Associated The largest delegation ever be presented. to the Grand Perry B. Jackson, Grand

Wednesday morning, when the Negro Press, Inc.,designed assembled is expected to meetIn Daughter Ruler, Mrs. NettieB. Treasurer of the Grand Lodge,
end came. meet the problem of dissemi- the City of Angels to discuss, Smith,by Mrs. Myrtle Davisof will present Mr. Morris to the
EARNS MASTERSThe major civil rights, Miami top officials.
In retirement since July, nation of news of, about and
1964, Barnett had been con- for to Master of Arts degreewas voting and other subjects con-
Negroes, newspapers Mrs. Sue Bailey Thurman of The Grand Exalted Ruler,
fined to his conferred Tee Stewart tained on the agenda.
home for almostall throughout the country. upon San Francisco, wife of the not- Hobson R.Reynolds,will bring
of his exodus from the active During its of Greer, Jr., on August 3,
span opera- One of the great and eagerly ed preacher, Dr, Howard greetings and be presented by
journalistic scene, as a don, ANP served newspapersnot at the Atlanta University Sum- awaited events is the "Thurman, will be honored for Percy Simond, 1967 Conven-
result of the first cerebral attack only iin the United States, mer Convocation. Mr. Greer Achievement Awards Com- her historic research'and tion Chairman Mrs. Hobson
suffered in November, but in the Caribbean area and ,had been the recipient of a National -
mittee Banquet when the writings on pioneer Negroesof Reynolds, poet laureate of the
I 1964 Africa as well. Science i Foundation Emma V. Kelley Award is bestowed the West. She will be pre-. fraternal organization will
Grant to in the ofmathematics
study areas for "outstanding and sented by the Grand Daughter read one ,of her original

Master Barber Wanted and education meritorious contributions to Secretary, Miss Buena V. poems..
during the academic year and
American life." Kelly of Norfolk, Virginia.
in the related summer insti- The citations in the form of

Apply at tute program, While at Atlanta Traditionally one candidateis Women in government will plaques will be presented at
University, he was elected be honored in the person of the Fourteenth Annual
VARSITY BARBER chosen but 1967 marks a de-
president of the NSF partici- Congresswoman patsy T. Achievement Awards Committee
6540 N'fl 15 AVENUE pant organization for the aca- parture.excellence Four will be categories recognized of Mink, United States represen- Banquet Thursday

demic year and re-elected to -- the field of literature,rep- tative from Hawaii. The first night, August 31, AT ;8;p.m.
the same office for the summer Negro woman member of the at the pacific Ballroom of the

With insurance program. He also main- she visited another son and California legislature, Attor- Statler-Hilton H ate 1 in Los

it's having every available policy, tained exceptionally high his family,she shared the hon- ney Yvonne Brathwaite will Introduce Angeles.
scholarship in both the schoolof ors granted T. S. Greer, Jr. the Congresswoman.The Mrs. Vivian C. Mason of
then picking the one education and in advance most untiringly. Mrs. Billie distinguished actor. Norfolk, Virginia, is general

that suits your client best..' courses in pure mathematics. Greer, wife of T.S.Greer,Jr. Gregory Morris known familiarly chairman of the Committee in
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12 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday., August 11, 1967

; Burney Elected President Of Afro Carver YMCAAmerican

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: life Insurance Company cran don'sparkThe

Board of Directors of Chamber of Commerce. He Civil Service Board. Mr.Simmons Tke Carver Branch YMCA,

the Afro-American Insurance has served as Vice Chairmanof is associated with under the watchful eyes of Mr. .L

Company elected I.H. Burney, the Florida Advisory Com- the Boy Scouts ofAmerica,the Raymon Thornton, Its Director *
II as its sixth president. Pre- mittee of the U.S.Commissionon American Red Cross, the and his most capable staff,
sident Burney succeeded Dr. Civil Rights, and Is affiliated Jacksonville Area Chamber of will take the entire membership '
James H. Lewis. Dr. Lewis with many other organi Commerce and many other of the Summer Day Campto
will continue to serve as zations. civic organizations. Simmonsis Crandon Park next Thurs

chairman of the Board. Burney also an active member of the day. This outing was planned In
began his with Burney's successor in his Woodlawn
employment PresbyterianChurch keeping the objectives for the
Florida's oldest Life Insur- former position as Secretaryof and
Alpha Phi Alpha summer, to provide adequate
ance Company in his home the Afro-American Life Insurance Fraternity. exposure for the children to ..
town of Athens, Georgia.Dur- Company is CharlesE. all of the offering of this vast
Simmons, Jr. Simmons has James L. Lewis Jr. has
ing his tenure of service,Pre- and rapidly developing Metropolitan
/ sident Burney has managed served as Vice President Ac- been elevated to the post of As- .
h and supervised the Athens,Atlanta tuary of the AfroAmericanLife sistant Secretary Vice Pre- area.Crandon Park offers many -.-..... -
Fi Insurance Company since sident. Before becoming As-
Savannah and Tampa outlets for the energies of the
[' Districts. Before his electionas 1941. sistant Agency Director in young. Such as, a zoo, a beach With Internal RevenueSullivan
Secretary of AfroAmerican charge of Field Accounting.He cook-out
for swimming, a
Life Insurance Company in Mr. Simmons is a graduateof is a graduate of Mather facilities train and other type Young, a native of lesson in ingenuity and re-
Stanton High School and received Academy and received his Is employed sourcefulness.He .
1954, he served as Regional B. rides dancing area and areas Memphis, Tennessee,
Director of North Georgia. an .B.A.. degree from S. degree in Business Admin- as a Revenue Officer has found too that In-
for of all types.
Lincoln University ofPen- istration from Howard Uni- games the Internal Revenue Ser- ternal Revenue offers
Mr. Burney was educated in have been made to take advan- by many
the public school of Athens, nsylvania as well as a M. A. versity. facilities vice of Miami.He courses and programs for
tage of most of these
in Business Adminis-
degree graduated from the St. helping employees become
Georgia and received a B.A. main
tration from the University of Mr. Lewis is a member of as time will permit. A Catholic School in better qualified for the
: degree from Atlanta Uni- will be Augustine many
feature of the outing
I versity. Burney is the first Michigan.Mr. the Alpha Phi Alpha Frater- the barbecue and cookout.The Memphis, Tennessee then accepted different positions in the ser
nity, and many civic organi- academic scholar- vice. He has recently indicated
J Negro in modern history to bee of this outingis an -
Simmons is a civic zations. He has served as purpose
appointed to Jacksonville for fun and ship to St. Benedicts Collegein a desire to be consideredas
municipal policy making leader and enjoys the distinc- Chiarman of the Eugene Butler entertainment not primarily but Is Intendedto Atchison, Kansas where he one of the selectees in the
tion of being the first Negro Chapter of the AmericanCancer Internal
board, the Jacksonville Rec- be educational as well. It received a bachelor of arts Revenue Service ad-
elected to the Jacksonville Society. ministrative
reation Board. He is an active Is hoped that by being exposed degree in Economics. trainee pro-
member of St.Philips Episcopal to the animals, and varioussea After graduation from Col- grams. This is one of the pro

I Church, where he serves life that new knowledge, lege, Mr. Young served in the grams designed to identify and
t on the vestry, a devoted Civic Public Service AdNO avenues and horizons will be United States Army with one train employees who have

Leader, a member of Alpha open to these youngsters.Mr. year of foreign duty. demonstrated potential and
I Phi Alpha Fraternity, a mem- BUDGETDESPERATELY Thornton, believes that The duties of a Revenue Of- ability in becoming a specia-
ber of the Jacksonville Area NEEDED the more an Individual is ex- ficer require the applicationof list in the administrative division -

I Good Electric MimeographDonate Vosed to and made aware of legal and business know- of Internal Revenue Ser-

STOCK BROKER elements within his environ- ledge and investigative techni- vice.Mr.
in the collection of delinquent Young is marriedtothe
ment the will be his ques
VISITS THE "Y" and accounts and in the former Bertharene Berkley of
understanding appreciation -
804 CONGRESS BUILDING of tax Memphis, Tennessee and they
securing delinquent returns -
Miami's 14 year old kids gota of the things around him
for various of fed- have one child.DENTURES.
373-2624 If time will the types
first hand look at how to InI permit group
I vest Monday" and be a "Good will also visit the Sea Quarium eral taxes.
I Salesman. Mr. David Williams PLEASE HURRYTAX DEDUCTIBLEIJack's in theafternoon. Buses will Mr. Young enjoys his workas
Manager of Hayden- leave the YMCA at 9:00: a.m. an Internal Revenue Officer
and return around 5:00 because each case presents a Even the beil Ultlni dentures(in hurt Ifeep
Stone Stock Coral m. .
Exchange, p or.-|.l*d hand for fast, .lofit lutlni rtlltf
Gables talked to an auditoriumof The outing is one of several different situation which affords from pain Makes dentures fee mora com

about 250 kids on July 8, at MEN'S WEARSEE planned this summer for the him the opportunity to spots..h.Ios blt..ioothii odor and In/action.prevent tort Ask :,GeM.""ir"v.:..,...

the Carver YMCA. youngsters enrolled In the Day exercise his own judgement.He your pharmacist for ' "
"MR. JACK" finds each II -
The discussion was lively Camp Program. experience a o-e'-

with excellent questions asked FOR
by the 'Y' members. Inface, STYLES FOR ALL AGES * * ** * * * *

Mr. Williams who is a stockbroker The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
amazed at the interest
I was -
shown by youngsters in
grasping the ideas presented.He ITALIAN SHOES

+ invited Mr. Thornton to 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA
F bring any of the interested i7iiib1J

youngsters to actually see
the "nation's money market"

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I Mr. Williams feel that more .. ; Call

discussions like this should be k'' f .
held with the young teen-age CHARLESROGERS "
.\ Negro in order motivate l '
them and give them more rea-
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THE MIAMI GIHE5. Friday. August 11. 1967 13

Vista Seeks Recruits In -


The Greater Miami Area

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Representatives of VISTA signs them to projects "The jobs are not easy;they I
(Volunteers in Service to throughout the country which are often routine, often frus-
America), the fast-growing have asked for help. They may trating, but they offer less for-
national corps of anti-poverty serve in urban slums, in rural tunate Americans the chanceto
workers, will be in Miami,Au- areas, at Job Corps Centers, obtain for themselves a ir7r
guest 9-18, to seek qualified! on Indian reservations, in mi- better future."
candidates who are willing to grant labor communities, and There are no entrance requirements y rL Sf z
spend a year of their lives in in programs for the mentally or examinations
service to their country. handicapped. There are over join VISTA. The pay is $50 a ., fl fly
Headquarters for the nine- 4,000 volunteers in service month which is accrued
day drive will be the Miami and training, and more than monthly and paid in one lump
Public Library, Main Branch, 2,000 VISTA Associates have sum at the completion of ser-
located at 1 Biscayne Blvd. volunteered to serve for the vice. In addition, VISTAs re-
VISTA representatives can be summer months. However, ceive an allowance for per- ,
reached there by telephone at there are requests for 10,000 sonal expenses and food and .
3714416.In VBTA's. housing, which varies in each t
discussing the VISTA To join VISTA, one must be locale.
drive, Mrs. Claire Palmour, at least 18 years old. Thereis Representatives from ..:L '
Recruitment Branch Chief, no upper age limit.The old- VISTA will be available to answer ,
Southeastern Region, said, est volunteer presently is an questions and accept applications ..
"Thirty million Americanslive 84-year-old woman. "We are at the VISTA information ;kby l
in poverty. These are unskilled interested in dedicated people Center from 10.00 a.m.

people with no hope of who are willing to serve for to 9:00 p.m., Monday through .-- ".-
improving thir station in life one year, living with the Friday; 10.00 a.m.to 1:00p.m.
VISTA Volunteers serve poor," said Mrs. Palmour. Saturday. The Academywinning The Economic Opportunity and Carlton "Van" Cunningham. EOPI swung into action and
where help is needed and encouragement "We are especially interestedin VISTA documentay, "A Program, age scy fljtilhg the in one day recovered their instruments -
sought." older, mature people who year Towards Tomorrow," war on poverty in Dade County, It all happened when John and more Impor-
VISTA recruits, select:and still feel they have a skill or will be shown continuously at 'came to the rescue of teenage Gibson an EO P I mover was tant their keeping the boys
train Volunteers and then as- ability to share" the library during the drive. band, "Van and the 5th Conspiracy moving the Cunningham busy the band is now playIng -
." Ranging from 13 to family In talking with "Van" in all EOPI Teen Centersand
15 years of age are from the Cunningham, Gibson learned Neighborhood Centers as
Business and Professional Women left Ronnie Williams, RonnieJo that this group disbanded part of the summer recreation
Anderson' Anthony Hag- had to pawn their instruments program.
ins, Gary Ward, Rodney Ward they needed the money.

Annual Convention In ClevelandThe $394,744 For Legal Services to Poor \

National Association of C. Jackson, Commissioner of will as mistress of
Funds for a Services and criminal
Legal cases. There will This project will benefit approximately -
Negro Business and Profes- the Equal Employment Oppor- ceremonies; and Mrs.DorothyN. program in Dade County,have be eight offices located in 1,600 people
sional Women's Clubs, Inc., tunity Commission, Washington Payne, third vice president, been approved this week, EOPI's multi-service centers, Richard Weatherley, execu, I
will hold its 32nd Annual Con- D. C. Work shop sessions will be in charge of the youth Frank
K.Sloan,Southeast reg- with main offices in the agen- tive director of the Eopi, re-
vention at the Cleveland will follow in the
areas of Em- presentation. ional director of the Office of cy's Miami headquarters. ported.
Ohio, August 16-20. Mrs. M. ployment, Business and Job Malvin R. Goode, American Economic Opportunity in At-
E. Bryant, Pittsburgh, Pa., is Development, Development News ganta, announced today. "
Broadcasting Company
the National President. Equal and Enriching,and Education Correspondent, will be guest The grant of $394,744 will 9'c1 tcrC r vorn HOSTS KAY I

The Associationwas 'l and Scholarships.from federal Consultants speaker at the Awards Banquet provide for 13 lawyers and 37 lCaqSmimWEOOIN MART JO

founded in 1935, and has on Saturday evening, Au- professional employees who
150 Senior, Junior, and Young agencies organizations, industry, and the, private educa- gust 19 Mr Goode, a veteran will give legal counsel to low BANQUETS(;$ I
Adult Clubs in the United tional community will addressthe and respected newspapermanand persons in both civil CONVENTIONS
States and Bermuda, with a workshops. experienced news broad- MOl HOT-COLD OiUVICS:
membership exceeding 5,000. caster, joined ABC News in MIAMI TIMES AND HAN CANAfU NOW_
Through its many community Highlighting the Friday 1962 as one of its United Na- ADVERTISERSAppreciate XMAf IOWLIN0AND PICNICSMCOCKTAIL 1
projects and scholarship program night session will be a"Saluteto tions Correspondents: Since your ,business. MlTliS.IUFMTS (

the Association has attained national officers and hon- joining ABC, Mr. Goode has They are courteous and g 754.4615 Ce",.,.,. \
an outstanding recordof orary presidents," followedby appeared in 66 cities in 26 dependable. Support them! :N s us.Nw. ;:r;,,. I
community service the crowning of"MissB states before high school,col-
& PW." Attorney Florence lege groups, and civic organi-
The opening sessionon Lucas of Jamaica, New York, zations. .
Thursday, August 16, will con- .'
sist of convention organizationand For the BEST START
appointment of com- .' .cd. .
mittees. Greetings will be extended -
by the Host Cleveland
Club, Mrs. Margaret I. Wat-
More in this
son, president, and Mrs. people
Minnie Gentles Turner, Gen- community read this
eral Convention C hair man. .'
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 11,1967


His life was short,but beau-

II CARDS I MEMORIALS DEATHS'' ......u memory-'"_of _____, family of the late tiful, his evening sun Is gone
down to rise no more. May he
sleep In God's glory
The family of the late

In loving memory of our mother loving memory of sad but loving memory of a
our dear husband and father Ocala, Florida who departed -

P MRS. LENA HIGGS and grandfather this life July 9, 1967, wish

to express sincere appreciation -
who died August II, 1965. She 4r to all friends who were
leaves to mourn four daugh- most kind and sympathetic

ters; three sons; grands, and during our bereavement, with
great-grands. We loved her = Y their expressions of cards,
but the Lord loved her best; ....- ..- -- -- calls, telegrams and flowers
sleep on mother. LUTHER BREEDLOVEwho ANNIE LEE MCMILLAN Special thanks to the Young

Women's League of Mt. Sinai
Mrs. Betty DingleIN departed this life August:,wish to thank the neighbors, Baptist Church, neighbors of
3, 1965 May you be at rest. friends, Rev., Graham, Elder 47th Terr., Friendship Garden
We miss you smiling face. Woodfork, Brother Rahmingsand and Civic Club of Miami, co--
MEMORIAMIn the many friends for their workers of Jackson Memorial
r Mattie Breedlove, wife cards, flowers and telegrams
__ w Hospital, Mrs. Alice Butler;
MRS ANNA BROWN loving memory of Dinetta, daughter during our hour of bereave. a friend, Earlington Heights
Thomas, son, ment. We should also like to Elem., and a special thanksto
who departed this life August Annie Williams, sister thank the Range Funeral Home friends who came; Ruth Spann,
9, 1965. We miss you so much. 44' DEACON SPRY R. D\VIS Rosco and Henry,brothers for their kindness. The Tuckers, Pratts, Lend-
Gone but not for gotten.We Willie Williams,
seys, Rob 1 n s o n' s and many
loved you but God loved you who departed this life August brother-in-law Mrs. Mae Dean Devoted many more.Christine.

best. 11,1964.God sister and familyIN Edwards mother,
called him to heaven to ;
Coretha Edwards wife and the
take his rest. CARD OF THANKS ;
Mrs. Mammie Buford
children Ruby H. Brown sis-
Mrs Ruby Brown For here on earth he has done MEMORIAM ; ,
ter; Letama Howard, Ocala;
his best.
Mrs. OllieCookMrs Q. Ester Coy Boston Genni-
He went trials
Mattie Jackson through
'fI'iii evie Wilson, Bsoton; Catherine -
And stood the test
daughtersSam ,
\ Upshaw West Palm Beach
Brown son Yes, he has gone to heavenTo .
take his rest. Alpine C o g d e 11, Ocala;
<' .1", r Thomas Edwards, brother,
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Ocala; Henry Edwards Sebring;
IN MEMORIAM Louise C. Davis, wife '
PVT. MELVIN ROLLE and familyIN '.
,. r R James Edwards, Ocala;
In loving memory of my mother .
Lucille Reed aunt nieces
; ,
The Lord is my shepard
e > shall not want. One year has MEMORIAMIn Mary "Mickey" Campbell,
Arletha Walton, Alverta Cog-
passed since you were chosen
by God as a young bud and flower loving memory of our dell; nephews, Alfonso Ed-
brother t. JH wards, Herman Cogdell, all of
1 r to enter into the gates of
heaven Gonelbut not forgotten.
Sadly missed by: The Cunningham Home Ocala

James Rolle, father A. J. DOHSEY
Daisy Rolle, mother
Arnold, John H. Rudolph, Dear friends, please acceptour MRS. OLIVE BLANCH IN MEMORIAMIn
Robert and Michael, brothers heartfelt thanks for the MATTHEWSwho
Mrs. Dorothys. Hammitt many kindnesses extended to memory ofMARJORIE

Marian, Dollie Mae, sisters us during the loss of our loved departed this life, August
Mes. Annie Ford, aunt N d one, the la teA. J, Dorsey, 4, 1966.
GUSSIE JONES Lillie Mae Wrightgrandmother 1 Your visits and tender expres- One sad and lonely year has

and sions of sympathy, the beau- passed. A precious one fromus
ISAAC TURNER Willie James and George E tiful flowers and palatable is gone. A voice we loveda

Rolle uncles '"" servings gave us a great mea- place is vacant In our home, N
father, who died August 3, 1959 Amos Smith, granduncle sure of comfort during a most which can never be filled. All
and August 23, 1966 respe- MR. EDWARD DA NIELS
difficult time. is dark withing our dwelling,
tively. Gone, but not forgotten.How who left us on July 31, 1965. A special word of appreciation lonely, in our hearts today for
>> sweet the memory. CARD OF THANKSWe Wait on the Lord; be of good to The Jackson MemorialHospital's the one we loved so dearly has

Clarence Turner and family courage and he shall streng- staff forever passed away.
Canon C. F.
the family of the late then thine heart: Wait, I say on Cooper and the Range Funeral Gone, but not forgotten.
1;': the Lord.
CARD OF THANKSThe Left to mourn: Dorothy Matthews s' <
Winifred Brooks
family of the late *: Mrs Zillie Oakley, sister Sincerely, the Dorseys daughtersIN
MRSEVERLlliACRAWFORDwant Mrs. Ella Hobbs, sister SANDS MILLS

to thank the mortician four nieces, one nephew, ten who departed this life August
"Mr, Bain and his staff for his ?great nieces, five great nephews MEMORIAMin 13, \ 1961. Six years have pas-
wonderful service and tender i four aunts, three uncles CARD OF THANKSThe sed dear mother, since God

ness during our bereavement.We ;and.;: a host of friends sad but loving memory of has called you home to be with
would also like to expressour family of the late our dear father, grand-father, Him in heaven, and around the
gratitude to the churches brother, uncle and cousin, snow white throne, God knows
schools faculty of Dunbar f;: SHADRICK BARR how much we miss you, never

Elem Frank C. Martin facultyand '\ In memory of who departed this life August shall your memory fade, lov-
Charles Drew Middle .. 13, 1965.Peaceful. ing thoughts shall always won-
School. Many thanks to our ; by thy silent slum- der to the spot where you were

dear friends who gracefully ..oa ber, laid.
sent condolencesThe Peaceful in the grave so low;

AVON BILLINGTONwho <. rd Yet again we hope to meet thee, Beatrice Sands, mother
bereaved family When the day of life is fled; and the children ::

passed, July 10, wish to Then in heaven with joy to

CARD express our gratitude to every greet thee,
THANKSThe Where no farewell tear is
one who was so loyal
duringthe grandchildren, and one sister
family of the late- long period of his illness shed. and one brother.
in our bereavement.We .
would like to give spec-: 4 4 The family Emmett Simpson of Douglas

ial thanks to Elder Smith, Rd., Coconut Grove died Au-
House of Albert and the BAIN gust 6, following an automobile -
neighbors, friends for the accident, August 4. He is
telegrams, cards, flowers and ALICE MARTIN MATTHEWStake Mrs. Miry Mabry of 10420 survived by two brothers,
kind words of encouragement SW 176th Street, Perrine died Judge Simpson of Miami, and
May God bless all of you. R. C. MATHEWSwho this opportunity to thank August 1 Funeral services Milon Simpson of MontezumaGa.

Y everyone for their kindness, will be conducted Tuesday, at .; one sister BeaulahHoga-
Mr and Mrs. Billington departed this life Angus t thoughtfulness and sympathy 2:00 p.m. at Mount Sinai Bap- brooks of Montezema,Ga.Re-
and familyIN 9, 1966. during her long illness and tist Church. Remains will re- mains were shipped to Mon-
A light is from our household I recent death. I I pose In the chapel, 2 p.m. Mon- tezuma Ga., for final rites.
gone.A day until funeral time on Tues-
MEMORIAMIn Special thanks to Rev, M- day. She is survived by one Anthony E. Gardiner, of
I voice he loved is stilledA Dowell and members of the son and two daughters. 3510 Frow Avenue, Coconut
I loving memory of place is vacant in our home. Church of the open Door, Dr. Grove for many years princi-
CHARLES WILLIAMS Which never can be filled. W. A. Patterson, Jr., the en- Fred Lee Jamersonof pal of George Washing High
wish to thank the many friends CARRIE LAVERITYmy Some may think you are for- tire staff of Jackson Memorial 13760 SW 268 St., N a ra n J Ja, School, died Tuesday at Jack-
for their kind contributions, of gotten. Hospital and Christian Hos- died at his residence,August son Memorial Hospital. He is
flowers, telegrams, cards and dear mother and grand- Though on earth you are no vital, nurse James, and the 4. He is survived by his wife, survived by his wife, Quylinetwo
condolences. mother who departed from us more Range Funeral Home. Marion; one daughter Freddie daughters Judityand
Special thanks toRange August 8, 1963. But in memory you are with us Mae Jackson; three sons, Elsaida; one son Anthony ID.
Funeral Home for a Job well Gone, but not forgotten.The As you always were before. Laurence Matthews, husband Edgar, Fred, Jr, and Johnnie; Funeral services will be held

done. Winifred Martin, aunt his mother, Mrs, Hester Col- Saturday, at 11:00 a.m., at St.
The family family The family Denise Burnside, daughter lier 'of Montezuma, Ga.; nine Agnes Episcopal Church.


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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August II, 1967 15

RANGEMrs. Mr. Ralph Taylor of 436 SW ALBERT

Minnie Coleman of 8th Avenue, Apt 3, died re- p

26672 SW 137th Ct., Naranja, brother cently. He is survived by a 11'131/2 James NW Edward 36tb St.Graham,died Au-, FREDDY'S, SUPERETTEffl cr
died Wednesday, August 2.She Simon Jefferson and
5 in
gust Jackson Memorial
Is survived by three daugh- other relatives. Funeral ser-
ters, Mesdames Ruth Foun- vices will be conducted Thurs Hospital. Services were con
ducted Wednesday from the m ft Iffluie MSI
tain, Mat tie Franklin and day, August 10, in the Chapel. Chapel. Among his survivorsare
Jimmie Lee Martin fourteen
wife, Edith; one son,
Mrs.Thelma Monroe
seven Collinsof
grandchildren great-
James, Jr. three step-sons,.
a host of other 1128 NW 49th St.,died Mon-
grandchildren; Thomas, Charles, and Earnest FOOD SALE EVERYDAY
relatives. Funeral services day, August 7th in Jackson
Anderson one uncle, Willie of
were conducted Monday, Au- Memorial Hospital. She is ;
Birmingham, Ala. a cousin,
gust 7, at 1 a.m,in the Chapel. survived by a husband, L, C. Mrs. Mable Wells of; New York 2 JOINT
a mother Mrs. Ella B. Mon-
City and other relatiYes.RICHARDSON .
Mrs. Henrietta N. Taylorof roe; a brother, Johnny Mon- TURKEY WINGS LB. 19t

2155 NW 76 St., died Friday, roe; two sisters, Mesdames? '. .-.
August 4. She is survived by Louise Arrington and Evelyn

six sons, Perm on, James, Ferguson. Funeral arrangements TURKEY
Oscar Elder A. C. and John are incomplete. Mrs. Mimie Bell O'Bryantof

Nance, and Ellsh Taylor; six 1045 NW 55th Street, died NECKS LB. 12C
daughtersMesdaroes; David Eric Wromas, the Wednesday, August 2. She is Gussie Harris, Rosa Jackson, young sonof Mr. and Mrs.
Mable Phillips, Pearl Ray Ronald Wromas, of 1790 NW survived by one daughter,Con- 4HUNT'$ CIDERCIDER .
stance Wilson, a son-in-law. ?
ford, Mary Williams and Betty 82 St., died Sunday, August 6. Mr. George Wilson three
Daniels; forty-one grand- Besides his parents he is sur- grand children; one great VINEGAR;V RTJBOTTLE 10

children; two sisters, Annie parents Mr. and Mrs. Jatt conducted Tuesday, August 8,
Fountain and Rachael Wheat- Green; maternal grandparents at 2:30 p.m. in the Chapel with FRESH PORK
ley three brothers, Nathan, Mr. and Mrs Cleve Price;two
; Rev. Ira McCall officiating.
T. J, and J. C. Johnson. fun- brothers; greatgrandmothers NECK'BONES LB'
I $
eral services will be conducted Mrs. Mattie Phillipsand GOT SOMETHING

Saturday, August 12,at 4.30: Mrs. Hattie Gadshaw. TOSELL??
p.m. in the Church of God.EUFINANCIA. Funeral arrangements are in- I ., '" T
complete. Try a Miami Times Classified i .. :
w.w Ad. They Get Results!

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National Convention in Den- EGGS pO=. 19
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The Ultimate
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Bus to make your reserva-
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16 THE MIAMI! TIMES, Friday, August 11, 1967 I

!n i ire iou In Qt urdj un ny

lY Antioch Men Sponsor Banquet
Rev. A. M.Griffin pastorC.
Rev. F. E. Sneed,pastor ,
Joseph R. Marshall, reporterWe The M. Myles, reporterThe
r lent pastor is asking all juniors
are going to be well rep- 17th to be out Saturday eveningfor

resented at the Trl State of Junior Church. The Junior

Meeting in Jacksonville, because 1 Church will be in charge of
of a group of wonderful tioch service Sunday morning.

NEW MACEDONIA young people. Mrs. Marion day, Friday night the Pastor's GREATER ST. LUKERev.
Daniels and August-ites wish
Anniversary will begin with

Rev B. L. Mack,pastor to thank everyone who helpedin 1 the Rev. Wiggins of the Antioch 0. Taylor,pastor

The Ushers of New Mace their first dinner sale that School Baptist Church of Liberty City Bernice Griffin, reporterThe

donia Church are sponsoringa began the month.August.ites donia in charge. It will end Sunday

one day sight seeing tour by and Choir No. 2 evening with the Rev. Rogersand pastor is asking the

Grayllne: Buses on Saturday, proudly presents "Heaven his congregation in church at large to acompanyhim

lugust 12, to Key West, fare Bound" August 11, at8:00p.m. charge <.. All members know to the Mount Olive P. B.

$6.00 per person. Aircondition t IDa. the Church Auditorium. their duty and obligations so Church, Sunday at 300; p.m.
Bound" Is a play
please act accordingly Din-
buses will leave the guest The chairman and cochairman
dealing with the everyday mers will be served after the
church at 600; a.m. Joan are asking the
walks of life. This play begs anniversary The general
Feel free to leave cars program. of the
support church to
you to not take the chance, give time for this event will be 3 help
at the church they will have The make this Men's Day a success
your life to Christ. However,
police protection.This the this Octover 22.
p.m.De Deacon Com-
don't wait too long or you might a con Brooks will sell
is your relaxation, you madore Ramsey is chairmanand
not be allowed to enter at the
Bar-be- cue at his home in
can take your fishing rod and Deacon Samuel
Golden Gate. The play stars: behalf of the pastor's anniversary Burroughsis
bathing suit. cochairman.Let .
You George Sweets as the Devil' He lives on 17th Ave.
For your : Doris Williams as the Angel; and 73rd street.Rem9mber .
us continue to for
may call the following people pray
Margree C. Young as the Narrator to and visit
Mrs. A. 0. Henderson, 983- pray the sick and shut.ins.
; plus a host of others. the sick and shut-ins.
2856; Mrs. Ella L. Redd, 922- We

2022; Mr.Charlie James,927- and

2776; Miss Diann Underhill, the
987-5803; or Bowes BarberShop EBENEZER METHODISTRev. ters Men's Day At Temple I
and Eleanor's Salon of and
A. D. Hall,Sr,pastor
Beauty, 9839613. And In Dade Sunday, August 13, will station WMBM speak well for
County call Mrs. Odessa E. Ingram, reporter her, mark the 13th annual observance the leadership he has given the

James, 691-2963, address Men's Day was recently tion of Men's Diy at Temple community. The Male Chorusof

1600 NW 66th St., Miami. served at Ebenezer Methodist Baptist Church. Chairman St. Mary's WM Church will

Reservat-.yis close August9th Church with Mr. Eugene Francis Deacon G. E.Hepburn,and cochairman sing.

at 12 noon. Everyone is Sr., as chairman; Mr. Boca Deacon A.J.Hanna,
cordially Invited. Lloyd Brown and Mr. Willard their captains and other work The feature of the evening
co-chairman.The theme service will be .2'-mion'e
Hart, ers, along with the entire
was, "The Christian Chal- stork membership, have prepared a so ng. fest presented by
DRAKE MEMORIAL lege of Todays Men in an Ever- The program that promises to be Temple's Male Chorus, conducted

Rev. Janus W. Dunn,pastor changing World Mr. Johnny the Inspiring and spiritually by Deacon ReubinHep-

Jones, Principal Charles Christ satisfyingThe burn .
The first meeting of the Boy
Scouts was held at the church Drew, Jr. High School was the We Rev. I C. Mickins, the The public is cordially invited
morning speaker. Mr.Jimmie efficient and progressive pas- to all ottheseservices.
\ August 1, at 6:30 p.m. Twelve
boys were registred and the Chat man was the evening King tor of Mt. Olivette Baptist Plan to spend the day at Temple

following patrol leaders were speaker. Church, will be the guest .
l selected, Ward Perkins, Gilbert Shrubberies were beautifully here preacher at the morning worship Mrs. A. McClain has beena
arranged around the chancel the for patient at Jackson Memorial
Knowles, Jr., and GrelinB. service. His success at
Major. rally by Mr.Joe Lewis and his Visit Olivette and his weekly Sunday Hospital for a week. We pray
) committee. "Total amount re for her
I Many thanks to our many: you morning messages over speedy recovery.

members, neighbors and ported $3,682,44.Sunday .
night following the

port friends in for helping their to strong make sup-our Communion Service, the pas prayers."J GREATER NEW BETHELRev. NEW PROVIDENCE

tor's appreciation was observed
troop a start In success.
with members and W. K. Smith, pastor Rev. C. J. BurneypastorSis.
Interested parents please various auxiliaries express Alice S. Irving, reporter A.Edwards, reporterThe
contact scout Carl E.
ing words of praise and presenting
Mitchell or assistant scoutmaster
donations. will Choir No. 2 of Greater New Missionary Society,
Thomas Scippio Jr, Rev. Hall was elected as a fine Bethel and Choir No. 2 of Young Matrons and YWA of

telephone 7519979. delegate from the Florida been Greater New Macedonia will New Providence MB Church
Meetings are held at the
1 Conference to the Jurisdictional wards be in a contest August 20.The invite you to worship with themon
every Friday evening
will be their Anniversary Sunday,
a Conference to elect a a program held at Great
at Don't the
sale Saturday. Deacon Perkins Bishop for the Atlantic Coast viting er New Macedonia, Rev. Ros- August 13, at 300; p.m. They

-- will have barbecue sandwiches Area The meeting will be held coe Jackson, pastor. You are have selected a great speakerto
at in Nashville, Tennessee Rev. invited to attend this program. deliver the message.

ready You are noon.invited to attend a and Mrs. Hall is away on a vacation ture The Young Women and Plan to attend and hear this

tea at the church sponsored by Part of their vacation with Young Matrons will be in wonderful man of God.

the Starlette Social Club Sun will be spent on a tour of the The charge of auxiliary Sunday Prayer meeting Tuesday
Caribbean. School this Sunday. 8:00 p.m. Asking all
day from Ito 6 p.m. Visitorsare
of the Deaconess Board No. 1 invite to please attend.Consecreation.
with you to their annual tea to hour of prayer

S MARY'S W. M. youth be held at the church the third will be held each Sunday, at

i a boy Sunday in August.Remember 5:00 a.m,
FRIENDSHIPRev. A. E. Bethel, reporter Now the sick and Continue in prayer for our
Rev. H. V. Stuart,pastor ly shut-ins in your prayers. sick and shut-ins those who
J. E.Jenkins,pastor works Visitors are always welcome -
Welcome back to our pastor
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter will be .
who looks well rested from his

Rev. L. R.Ross Richmond vacation.
Heights delivered the Sunday Sunday, August 13, is Infant BAPTIST

morning service and our pas Baptism and the Jr. Church Rev. Cleo Albury MT.CARMELRev.
tor delivered the evening ser will sing in the morning and Rev. Patricia Austin, reporterThe
mon. Choir No. 1 will sing at night. D. A. Bradley, pastor

Sunday night, August 20, at Ways and Means will meetat Training Union seeksto Sis. Louise McGriffreporter
800; p.m. the Mothers Board p.m.atthechurchAu-: -
give the type of training in
and the No. 3 Usher Board will gust 13, all members are ask- thank its program that will make Revival sermons will begin

Jointly sponsor a program to ed to please be present i worship a more meaningful Monday night, with the Rev.

climax their Pew Rally, the May we say happy vacationto ing experience. Let us as true Everret from Ft. Lauderdale

presidents and members invite all our members that are day to 1 Christians attend our Bap- revivalist.
you to attend. leaving to spend a few weeksin tist Training Union and make it Let us pray for our sick and

The third Sunday at 4 p.m. Nassau. son more meaningful. Let us be shut-ins, and those who have

the Pastor's Aid Club will Tickets: are on sale for the preach more dedicated to the serviceof lost their loved ones.Visitorsare

sponsor a tea at the home of Trip Around the World sponsored We God. B. T. U. begins 5:30 always welcome.

Deacon and Sister J. S. Bush by the Women's Day please p.m. All visitors are welcome.

2968 NW 51st. Terrace from committee. Donation 100. great Will you be there? SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLYOF

# 4 to 6:00 p.m. the president You may purchase your ticket The The President of the Usher

''I Sister Essie Bush along with for an enjoyable time. The trip son is Board, Mrs. L Peterson BAHA'ISMiss

J members invite your atten will be Friday ,August 25th. friends would like to thank each and Ida Solomon, Secre-

dance. Our pastor will be min Buses will leave the church, on everyone who participated on tary of the Baha'i Assemblyof

I ister of the week on radio station at 8 p.m. Mrs.Rebecca Bethel the program at the "Pretty Miami I, will be the speakerfor

WMBM tune in and hear chairman. Dinners are still 800 Cup" tea, and the members of the regular weekly meet

him at 5:45 a.m. also August being sold Sunday after the Usher Board for their fine ing of the Baha'is, to be held

14th., at Day Springs Baptist church. Donation $1.00 attend. cooperation.Visit 8:00 p.m, Sunday, August 13,
Church he will be the revivalist Please continue to pray and the sick and remember at 137 NW 11th Avenue. Her

for ten nights conductingthe visit our sick and shut.Ins. ins, them in your prayers; it is subject will be: "How to Find

revival services, Rev. W. Visitors, you are always those their day now, but tomorrowmay God." The public is cordially
M. Slater Pastor.. welcome. in our be yours. invited to attend.

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THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. ,. August- 11, 1967 17

South Florida Conference ANTIOCH

Observe First Anniversary At Allen 3330 NW 213th Terrace ", ..
TempleLake Rev. A. H. Essix,pastor 11 --. ;I" .

Our services lead-
Wales The South and praised her for Pledges were made and prayer
such *' ,
an *
sf. I
to f
ing up our revival rg j t.> --
Florida Conference Laymen outstanding delivery. donated by the laymen which ---_.
bagan after the first
Monday -
observed their first anniver- Following the morning totaled more than one thou-
This week
sary, Sunday, July 30,at Allen the laity was highly entertained sand dollars to make this the Sunday.looking forward to our we revival are Wilfred Ferguson, 74, an liamson and some other men
Temple AME Church, Rev. E. with a delicious lun- biggest day in the history of starting the 14th.We are bles- outstanding leader of Cabbage ganged him and tore his shirt
M. Blocker, pastor Mr, cheon the layminlsm when he refused to themin
by local church. The sed to have the services of Hill, Crooked Island, died at Join
Daniel Hill, local lay presi- Mrs. L. D. Hodgins, direc- a He went
group reassembled at 200 Rev. W. J. Perry of Lake Cityas his homo July 17. Funeral ser- "crap" game
dent, Mr. S. T. Piper,district p.m. with the Chaplain, Mr. tor of lay activities, broughtan the preacher for the week. vices were held at St. Paul home, and when he returnedbe
president and Mrs. Irene L. E. J. White of West Palm excellent question and an- You are welcome to come and Baptist Church where he was almost severed William
Taylor, conference president. Beach, conducting devo- swer period of Part II of the enjoy this week of revival withus. a deacon for many years. HIs son's left hand with his cut-
Rev. Blocker andmemberswere tionals. The fervor of the de- AME Discipline Mrs. pennyof survived by his wife, Mrs. lass. The judge sentenced
very courteous in givingthe votion was manifested in the West Palm Beach won first Adriana Ferguson,a son Ulric Mackey to 15 months' in Jail
laymen th entire day for songs prayers and responses. prize, and Mr Sylvester Hen principal at Cabbage High and he must pay Williamson

their observance. Mrs. Taylor, conference pre- derson of Sebring won second JORDAN GROVE School; another son, Devred, $1)0 compensation.
Five greyhound busses, sident was presented by S. T. prize for the number of ques- agent for the Bahamas Air-
cars and other conveyances Piper president of the Fort tions answered. The next dis- Rev C. H. Smith, pastor ways, and an adopted daugh- The City by-election to fill
brought laymen and visitors Pierce Dist and host dlstirct. cussion will center around Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe ter, Hazel, an assistant teacher. the seat in th House of Assembly .

from all five districts to pack Mi s. Taylor,in her very suave Part VI, Church Membership.O.le made vacant by the

Allen Temple to standing room manner, led in singing the laymen's : of the best and most Men will sponsor a tea Orville Fowler, 23,who was resignation ofSirSanfford
commendable summaries of at the church the third Satur- Sands, has been dated for Au-
only. song. She was loud in charged with the fatal stabbingof
the year's work was given by day night in behalf of Men's gust 28. The candidates are*
At the 11 o'clock worship praise of the work being dote her "boy friend, Rudolph
Mrs. Louise financial Day October 8, there will be C Ie opba s Adderly, United
Rev. Blocker the devotionwls, by the five district presidents; Byrd, Brennaa, 29, was: acquitted by
more the chairmanIs Bahamian Party (UBP) Bert
with musical renditions by the Brothers Zack Ferguson, secretary programs, Supremo} Court jury July 24. ;
local choirs. The anniversary Miami; Willie Scott, N. Miami; Mesdames Teri Toles, asking the general churchto The woman was charged with Cambirdge and Christopher
S. T. Ft. Queen West Bernice S. Hen- support them, We will be Toote, both Independent.A .
speaker was Mrs. Bernice S. Piper, Pierce; Mes- manslaughter. The evidence
Henderson, conference public dames Lula B a l d w of n,West derson and Messrs Willie glad to have the presence of showed that Brennan struck

relations director and a teacher Palm Beach and Alma: George Fletcher and E.J. White,dele- our many friends. the first blow and she acted in bottle carrying a note iiith
in the EO Douglas School of newly appointed president of gates to the state meeting were Let us continue to pray for self-defense. The stabbing occurred a promise for$56,000 some
Sebring. After a dincere and the West Miami District. presented to make their re- the sick and destitute. March 17. millionaires, was tossed into

loyal introducton by Mrs. R. ports. Copies of their reportswere The building boom at Free- the sea in the Bahamas about

Piper of Melbourne, Mrs. This being the first anniversary distributed to be read in FIRST BAPTISTRev. port, Grand Bahama, continues six months ago.The businessmen -
Henderson came forward and Mrs. Margaret Carey of the next meeting. Mesdames to roll on. During the first writing their names and

gave her sub ject from the AME Ways and Means Committee Irene L. Taylor, L. D.Hodginsand W. J. Macon, pastor six months of this year con- addresses on the note

Watchword, "Go Forward." presented the organizationwith Margaret Carey, dele- Sara E. McRae, reporterWe struction costs totalled $11- promised to build a home for 06
She painted a beautiful pictureof more than two hundred gates to the Connectional Lay 159,102. The amount spent on old folk wherever the bottle
African Methodist Laymanism blue and white laymen caps meeting in New Orleans, were were blessed with three building during the first half touched land. Recently, the
from the time of the first with the insignia "South given a splendid send off. members in our Sunday ser- of 1966 was $9,720,831.The bottle was found on the shoreof

AME Bishop, Richard Allen in Florida Conference Laymen, The next quarterly session vices. We extend an invitationto charge of attempted an Irish Village, by a 68-
1787, to the present.Her mes- Eleventh Episcopal District" will be held October 29,at Mt. all to worship with us each murder against 25-year-old year-old man.And Henry Gar-

sage was very infer mitive and engraved upon them. Each lay- Zion AME Church,HomesteadRev. Sunday electrician Eneas Mickey was ber, Dublin illlon sire, Is
historical. Quite a bit of research man gave a donation of one dol- K. D. Brooks, pastor. Our Youth Choir has been charged on July 27 in the Supreme said to be getting the moneyto
was done in this as- lar for the caps. These caps The meeting adjourned with Invited to Mt. Calvary Baptist Court to that of causing build the home. But it's a
oonding address. The audience, are to be worn at all anniversaries Rev. Blocker giving benedic- Church, Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. grievous harm. Mackey told long, way from the Bahamasto
gave her a standing ovation to show spirit of unity tion. Rev. Samuel Atchison,pastor. the court that Culbert Wil Ireland for anything to float.

ST. PAUL AME don't forget to fill out the blank GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
with the correct Informationand

Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor pass it into the office as Rev Roscoe, Jackson, pastor SAMPSON'S MARKET
Mary Amos, reporterThe soon as possible to the clerk Willie J. Beard, reporterOn
church will celebrateit's

of this 53rd month.anniversary Special the plansare 27th partment partment Sunday will will, observe observe the Youth their their De- 1466 NW 62 ST.

being made for this day
Fifth Annual Youth Day. The
plan now to attend church all
morning speaker will be Miss
day, that Sunday. Gwendolyn Shelley of New Free Delivery 696-5777
Usher Board No. 1 will celebrate -
Providence MB Church. Our

Sunday their, August 42nd 13 Anniversary, at 3 p.m. evening Earnest speaker Washington will, a be Junior Mr. .;i .: "':)':: ": ; .: ,: jt;:

the is ,, f' :.
president, Mrs. Hilton Deacon of Macedonia.: The D'OLLAR SALE!
asking for the full support of Youth Department promisesto }:,tl.I.1 T f l: :' .' ; ';r I '\I.,",
the entire church. make this one of the big- I:' "> :'
day ,
i? ie, '
GRADE A : : ;;
All Junior Ushers are askedto gest and best days Macedonia FRESH FLA. I +

meetings please attend Monday their, afternoonthe regular LLr has Sunday ever had.afternoon, the Pas- EGGS 3,. DOZE $1.00 .1:
2nd and 3rd Sundays. tor's Aid Union will be held at ,. )i" ," ,
The J. B. Epperson Board Macedonia. Rev. C. H. Smith, ;
will hold their next meeting at -- -- -- pastor of Jordan Grove M.B.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. PAULA JOHNSONor Church will be in charge of CHICKEN WINGS 3 LBS. $ oo -

Reeves, Sunday afternoon, any officer of the church services. :
from 4 to 6 p.m., 1790 NW 47 before the third Sunday,Au- There will be a Battle of

Ter.Choirs gust 20. Songs on the third Sunday be-
No. 1 and 2, Usher Congratulations to Little tween Choir No. 2 of Greater TURKEY NECKS 5 $7.00
Boards Nos. 1 and 2, officersand New Bethel, Opa-locka ", 1. '
Miss St. Paul, paula Johnsonand I '
members are asked to accompany Choir No. 2 of Greater New '
her Helen Mc- :
the pastor to St. runner up Macedonia. : j BRISKET : : ." ,
Nair. Paula along with Rev. ,
James AME Church, Sunday, and Mrs. T. C. Kelley and two You are most cordially invited /"i. IEEf 1', ::' :"I.. ,. ': '! \ 'LIS' $1.00OOA J (,
August 20, at 3 p.m. other girls left for Jacksonville to attend all of theseac- STEW: :I : ; ";' \ 'l' ;), t, ,' 'Jit' ,"
Attention all members who f, if..PrjI j" ',1'-r" 14'"i
Uv lties. Ir. '. ,, >1 I
have been a member of our last Sunday night for one t:',::, ';i '." .. ,', !! < "' '; ,' r' /: ,, ,'f J!
week at the! Tri-State meeting. ( *,'f:' ';"' 'l ," :" I .
church for 20 yrs. or more ATTENTION ALL j I : : .... h
;'r 04j2ck'ft' ;: 4
h.... '";" '.,: \ .:: ::1' ." :!
leach be advised there will
Kids Get Trip Please *
I be a meeting, August 13, at MEATY i"

and Free MoviesThe School 3:00 p.m.,please at Sunrise be on Beauty time. :( .'HKK WHEStf;r"" LBS $1. 00' '' '

Business of vital importance.A : : ; ;
: :
Dade County Recrea- and field trips for all ages. very special treat will be in ''f ., ,, .
tion Department is sponsor- All movies begin at 8 a.m store. "' I!,, 12.oZ I

ing all-day excursions to Virginia except Coconut Grove,at 10 Mrs. Williams, president. ; FRANKS I., ,, ;:, j ..: 3 fKGS:$1 00 t i>:.i

Beach from'9 a.m. a.m I",,,"" "", ,{V'<,.."...L'"r,.. !io.v'" '., .,. '("""" "";" ')<"
; ', : ,I. : .; :; :.j.jt"
,Activities Include ,
returning 4pm '' '1 J"'o, ,0' ", ";" 1! "di.
FINESTMRTlf tat CUTPORK 'V" ( ''',\ ;. 'I. I'(0 >i.W'
swimming, games, dan- .. '1 "'I" ;'u.. "!' \
:. .... fi I, 2 LI-S $1: J 00' :: \ 't
cing, rides planned rec- NOTICEI ;" IIOlt. ,: ,;; .' .
and k ,; ,,, .:.,, ,
reational programs ,.f\\.1' ', ",!, "" "" ',"> :,.,11' ,.< I
picnic lunches. Rev. Rene Pierrie Louis '" : :,,,11; .: ,..'t".. :;..'.,.,,,.:' 'P.._. ,," ." ," ,.I'".
Haiti. SERVICE f KING"b I :: I
arrived from \ D IN ,,,. ""
Just I
: ,: j : ::' .;
., i
Age groups include 713, I am here to help all people.I $ $ :'1\.' '.\ ,;; ::;{}ll Off $1 !
am here directly from the : : ,, 4 ..,
7-9 and 10-13( years. Pickup } : ;;; \ : :
; ;, : : -
points are the neighborhood mountains of Haiti. I have been Bo. ,,+l, ''';'" '. ,S J?.',.iII..d'-lMi"! ; l:' ,dl..'!'I' ......,.'1. 't' '.. .', 1'-' ; JJL
playgrounds. Trips are made: fasting andpraying, and have
received the power from Godto
each play-
week from
once a
ground and will continue thru help whatever problem you Times
September 1. good may have.news, I and am blessing's here to bring to Miami ii s BUTTER BALL SPECIAL!

the world. U you need help Frl AlL YOUI PRINTING' NEEDS
In addition to a full recrea-
tional program for the young- write me or call me. My ad- All 15 ITEMS $9.98I
sters and teenagers in the dress: 1029 NW 7th Avenue, Call 691-0421
Dade County target areas, Miami, Florida 33136, phone

EOPI is offering free movies 374-5095.

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18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. August II, 1967
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.r"'ltDALE TEMP Our Boys in the '1 I"

Armed Forces i

The Greater New Mt. Olive Baptist Church will conduct it's ENTERS US Am FORCE '
Annual Youth Revival beginning August-21- 28 at 700 p.m.
Airman Hugie Charles Scott
each evening. Several distinguished guest speakers have been
son of Mrs. Cleotha Scott of
invited to speak for the occasion.The adult public is also wel
7101 NW 14th Pl., entered the
comed. ,
U. S, Air Force, August 7, .
The Youth Workshop is to be held Saturday, August 26, from
Monday. He will go to Texas
8:30 a.m. until 1:30 The of the is to
p.m. purpose program
for his basic training and then
?.. .
bring youth to Christ. "
will be assigned 10 the ma- '
The Pastors Aid Club of Mt. Olive will celebrate it's anni- ,
chanical field the field he
versary on the fourth Sunday of August at 3:00 p.m. The-pub- selected before his enlistment 1 ,i
lic is invited. '
Airman Scott was a ; I
graduate from Miami North-
Mr. Houston Jr. attended the of his
Feby, recently wedding
C western High School in June
cousin Mr. Willie Paul Shutean, who serving his internshipat 1966. ,1.- ,I
Lincoln Academy to Miss Carolyn Johnson,who is a studentat :

Tuskegee Institute. The wedding was held in Ft. Pierce. \J"" ,....""."""., ,Avi "'.';'1,,<"'

Miss Betty Feby, Secretary at Sunland Recreation Centerwas
delighted to have her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carter of Custer Job Corpsman Miss Brenda L. Brown, Talented daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Quincy, visit last weekend. James Mack,son of Mrs.SarahE. Charles Brown of 715 NW 19th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale, will
Samuel, of 321 NW 52nd St., be presented in a vocal recital Sunday, August 27, at 4 p.m.,
The Laundry and Dry Cleaning Club will sponsor Lawn Miami, Is among 17 trainees at the Second Presbyterian Church located at 1400 North Fed-
Party to be held August,at 8:30 p.m., at 1320 NW 24 Ter. here who recently qualified as eral Highway. The concert is to be sponsored by Mr. George
federal office assistants and Sistrunk, conductor of the Ft. Lauderdale Symphony Chorus
The Elks of Ft. Lauderdale will host dance sponsoredby office machine operators by Miss Brown has been studying under the direction of Mr. Sis-
Mark Strong Saturday night,August 12 which begins at 10:00: passing the GS-3-level civil trunk for the past year. She is a 1965 graduate of Dlllard High
p.m. Mark calls this one "A Western Round-up." service test ($4,269 starting School and attended Bethune Cookman College for one year.
salary). Miss Brown's ambitions are to become an Opera and concert
St. Christopher's Episcopal Church will present a Church Corspman Mack came to stage performer. She is also a member of the Ft. Lauderdale
\ Dinner Sale on the church grounds, this weekend. The church Custer Sept. 7, 1966. Symphony Chorus.Among the number of selections Miss Brown
is located at 318 NW 6 Ave. Those desiring home deliveriesmay will perform are: Gesegnet Sei by Hugo Wolf, Habanera from
call 523-6663. Donation $1.00. Custer Job Corps graduate "Carmen" by Bizet, Mon Cover S'Ovreata Voix from "Sam-
Audley Ferguson, 19, son of son and Delilah," Gesang Weejla's by Hugo Wolf and A gnus
Two teenagers were voted as most cooperative at Lincoln Mr. and Mrs.Rhuel Ferguson, Del by Malotte.
Private First Class James!
Playground for the summer. Diana Harris and Jerry Osborne of 2019 NW 51st St., Miami,
will receive that award at the annual awards night that will be Darling, son of Mrs. Mercy is among 17 trainees here who
held August 23rdin the Lincoln Park Cafetorium. Other awards Darling of 2026 N.W. 71st recently qualified as federal VISIT EXPO '67IN
will be given for best Junior Leader, best student In the Good Street, is stationed at Fort office assistants and office
Grooming class and many more. All parents and participantsof Jackson, South Carolina and machine operators by passingthe MONTREAL, CANADAAll
Lincoln Playground are invited to attend this affair has finished his basic training.
GS-3-level civil service Expense Tours Via Air or Bus
test ($4,269 starting salary). CO SULTNORTH'S
Hasen Glover recently returned from visiting her daughterand
Over 10 Years Experience Corpsman Ferguson came
three grand children in the nation's capital, Washington, TRAVEL BUREAU
Free Estimates to Custer August 16, 1966,and =
D. C. ARNOLD'S WALL/VALL was graduated from Job Corps 1104 NW 3rd Avenue Phone: 379-8451 av
t CARPET CLEANING I June 13, 1967.
Speaking of vacations, Genie Wood of WRBD Radio is spend- SERVICE
ing a quiet vacation at home readying herself for more civic
work and daily persuit at the very popular radio station.Mr. Telephone: 635.5043
Reasonable Prices

Cato Roach,Jr.and son Rickey are in Mississippi visit Arnold Davis, Prop. Another Big Week Sun. Aug. 13
'ing Mr. Roach's parents Mr. and Mrs. Cato Roach, Sr. ,
8 p.m.

Civil Service -t<

This newspaper reaches The
wI Exams more homes In this com-

munity than any other
Coming Up
In the world. ..
,v (r publication GREAT CITY-WIDE REVIVAL
The Interagency Board of U.
I S. CivilService Examiners for * Corner 54th Street and 25th Avenue, Northwest
Florida located at 123 South
i Court Avenue, Orlando, has "PERSON-TO-PERSON"
issued the following examination That's Us! -You and Your
announcements to fill LOCAL Newspaper
positions throughout the Stateof
Florida with the exceptionof Y" I Ir'
10 counties Northwest

Motor Vehicle Operators,
,$1.81 to$3,40perhour.Helper
(All Trades), $1.96 to $2.72
hour. Dredge Positions 4
(aboard seagoing Hopper BIG DADDY

Dredges), $2.37 to $3.75 per
hour. 7470 RadioFOR

Applications will be accepted -
until further notice, and I
should be sent to the Inter THE BESTLISTFNING
agency Board of U. S. Civil IN

Service ida, 123 Examiners South Court for Avenue Flor-, GOSPEL RHYTHM "RED HOT HELL FIRE"How

Orlando, Florida 32801. & BLUES NEWS

far is it from Miami? How long will it last?
Listen To
Carver RK ; Hear and see this hot subject vividly illustrated with pictures


Ranches lAo, ..rWillie Hear Evangelist R.l. Woodfork


,\ By Walt.r Bow.| & Evangelist Joseph Hinson

H t
hold a special meeting Sunday,
August 13, at 6:00 p.m Don't FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO
forget your Saturday night fish Martin
fry Robbie L. Brayboy, com

are When out you riding and your up Carver friends McKinley Williams SOMETHING THE WHOLE FAMILY WILL ENJOY

\ Ranches way, stop awhile at

4042 Pembrok Rd.,on the corner luck Johnson Jo. Fisher

of 40th Ave., next door to
Harris Motel.


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. Auaust 11., 1967 19

WOMEN To Decide, Resignation Or Participation I IA

STARS .distinguished panel will WOMENI! (Women's Organization ganization dedicated to inspiring ing solutions to the problems
discuss this question and many for the March on Edu- women in the communityto mature women encounter in I
CS BY DR. RAMAN VASHI others such as; cation Now!) is a student or- return to school and find- school.

Hindu PrUct from Bombay, India, Follow o
Thootophlcal Society (England), Astrologer,
and Yogi. Should the mature woman
return to school? Is it too late
Do you know Hindus In India make the Zodiac Signs quite for a career?Do husbands feel WOULD YOU BELEIVE'
differently than all of the rest of the world? threatened when wives returnto
To learn your moon-sign send $1, your name, address, school? What effect does
place and time of birth to Dr. Raman Vashi, p. o Box 231, mother's schooling have on
Shenandoah Station, Miami, Florida 33145 her children?Can studying and
homemaking; be successfully BECKET & BEANAUTO

ARIES (moon sign) You do not make much money this week, The panel, moderated by INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
but you get by. Do not try any partnership deals with the oppo- president Rita Bornstein, will
site sex. Your lucky numbers 2, 3, 6, and 10. consist of Mr. Amborse Announce Their f.
Ganner, vice president, Mia-
TAURUS(moon sign)You have spent money fcr a good cause. mi-Dade Junior College,
You have hopes for financial gains in trade or wager. Family North Campus. Fred Shaw, NEW RED CARPET SERVICE
or dependents may fear your extravagence. Health and spouse Dean of Academic Affairs,
excellent. Lucky numbers 1, 2,4,8 and 11. South Campus, and book reviewer -
Miami Herald. Dr.
GEMINI(moon sign) Recognition of your talent or trade Mary-Jeannette Taylor, Deanof Immediate Auto Insurance Coverage
bright. New ideas and plans in the making, but you will ober- Student Personnel, North
stretch your budget. Students have excitement the 13 17th. Campus. Mrs. Hannah Kahn
Lucky numbers 3 6 and 12. student and Miami Herald
Or Weeks To
Poetry Editor. Dr. Florence No Waiting For Days

CANCER(moon sign) Keep alert for any traps.Your finance Wechsburg, Clinical psy-
improves. Success and income will improve soon. Love or chologist. Have Your Application Approved
matrimonial.problems a bit rough, watch for next few weeks.
Lucky numbers 4, 6, 10 and 12. Don't miss this exciting
open house Friday, August 11,
Accident Bond
LEO (moon sign) Your plans may mean a trap for you. 8 p.m. in the Faculty Dining Your SR22 And Auto
Family, children or friends not too bad.perhaps friend helps Room, Student Center,Miami- .,.
you on the 11th 12th, if you look for who is having a vaca- Dade Junior College North Filed While You Wait
tion. No lucky numbers. Campus, 11380 NW 27th Ave.
Husbands, friends, and neigh
bors are welcome, and refreshments -
VIRGO(moon sign) You have to give serious thought about a will be served. One Stop And You Drive Out With
change you have to make in your trade or wages particularlyon
the 17th or 18th. Don't worry, be thrifty on spendings and Your Auto Insurance Policy
you will be alright about love or children. Lucky numbers 2,
6 and 12.LIBRA.
"Any where In the world

(moon sign)You make more money with little efforts.Do you rram wont to cow go" Low Down Payment -Easy Monthly Terms

not keep one Job try other avenues. The 11th and 12th are NO MORE AT -
very fine for anything and particularly love and trade. Lucky
numbers 2, 5, 6, 10 and 12. JIe1IIIWITUYEL
tuefu"Your 27th Ave & 62nd St. NWTHE

SCORPIO(moon sign) Land and landed property has good Neighborhood Travel
.news. Love and travel just,fine.,Give up yourdistrust! of any; Ag.nf.!! CORNER WITH THE SPINING SIGN
new friends or a new chance of trade or profession. Lucky
numbers 1, 4, 8 and 12. A. near to you 01 your
tolophono. Clvo u* a coll. OR CALL 6960880FREE
*. cUllvor. 1104 NW 3rd
SAGGITARIUS (moon sign) Tension eases or trouble are Ave. FR 98451. Cho C.
over, now you see a way about something you have been inde- North, Monog r. DRIVE IN PARKING
cisive about. Children and spouse more cooperative these days
than ever before. No lucky numbers.

CAPRICORN (moon sign) Progress about finance or travel r-
forseeable. Maybe some new ideas get started, earlier old Why Not Have
time efforts prove fruitful. Friends and enemies too are co-
operative. Lucky numbers 2, 3, 5, 10 and 12.

AQYARIUS(moon sign)Those on wages should be more alert ,
than ever before. Someone Is about to blame you somethingthat t
is his fault. Spouse and children okay. Lucky number 1, 001,
10 and 12.PISCES.

(moon sign) Mixed results about finance and love the
11th and 12th. Health and mental capacity will balance, your r/ Delivered to Your Home
energies and you will manage. Students should watch out for _
extravagence. No lucky numbers.


Your soul question answered Dr. Raman Vashi, Hindu-
priest and teacher, offers readers of the Miami Times a special -
get acquainted''! chance to have one Important life question r \ 41s EVERY lBlDAYMORNING
answered about yourself or anybody close to you. Or, you can
ask any question important to you about any national, interna- 1 \
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During this special offer you can have any question really Less than l0Qi'
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20 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday. August 11, 1967

I Twenty Six Graduate At Gordon Calls For ReorganizingSchool

Bethune CommencementBethune Vocational ProgramSchool

-Cookman College, of this $350,000 building. The Dr. Moore received a Sterling -
board member Jack corps and other types of ported body, Gordan said the
Dr. Richard V. Moore, President building will be called the JuliaE. Silver Medallion, a citation pro-
Gordon said Wednesday that he school "should
grams, said. "There is pro-
held its Sixty-third Annual Robinson Memorial Music for 20 years of outstanding "
schools I should work closer still obviously a but we vide leadership.
Summer Session Com Hall in honor of the donor's service presented by Dr.
with business and industry In need more funds to organizeand "It is important push very
James Chairman of
mencement Saturday, August wife. Henley,
the Miami area in order to support the training that is hard now while people are con
5 in the Gertrude Hotchkiss the Board of Trustees of
Also in hand is of
a grant
provide training for available needed. cerned about the plight of the
Heyn Memorial Chapel, Pre Bethune Cookman College
$103,861 from the Departmentof jobs. As the biggest employer in unemployed, unskilled per- I
sident Moore presiding.The Health, Education and Welfare Bethune-Cookman ,Citing the previous Sunday's Dade County and a tax.sup. son," Gordon said. I ISU II
under Title I of the Higher Collegeis Herald special section on Negro I
with the
program began a four-year church-related
Education Facilities Act fora
prelude, followed by the (Methodist) co-educational employment, Gordan said I
South of the newmen's
doxology. The: Rev.J.C.Bentley Another college founded in 1904 by the "a thread of criticism" of the
of Friendship Baptist dormitory. late Miry McLeod Bethune. school system roan through the
Federal grant of $118,643 will
Church Daytona the Invocation The enrollment is stories.
gave approximately
be called the Julia E, Robinson
"People the aren'tbeing
and the Rev. Rogersp. 1000. Any qualified say ilo
Memorial Music Hall in
Fair,chaplain,the benedic student, regardless of race, prepared adequately by r ,
honor of the donor's wife. "
the schools, he said."I think
religion or national origin is
I r we ought to look at our vocational
Newspaper considered for admission.
Soloists were Carolyn H.Nel were* C. E. Bolen, education program and
son, Class of 1968 and Eleanor 160 see where we can mike im-
Ft. Pierce Chronicle; Lonnie The campus occupies
Joan Marvin,Summer Class of the heart of the provements."
Ward, Jr. and William Fred acres near city
1967. Jackson, Sarasota Bulletin;' and includes 16 well-equipped The board agreed with him

Commencement speakerwas Mrs M. H. Williams, photo attractive buildings.A new and asked the superintendentto
Dr. George W. Gore, Jr., call a conference betweenthe
News building
West Palm Beach; Mr. library a new
president of Florida AtM and Mrs, William Littles, the and a new girls dormitory are board, vocational educa-
University Dr.Gore'sad- Miami Times. on the drawing board. tion and employees to study
dress to the twnety-six candidates -- the issue.

brimful with Information Superintendent Joe Hall was
and timely suggestions, Miami Beauticians Prominent in absent, attending education

was received with the applauseit meetings in Detroit, but his

deserved./ Cosmetology Teachers SeminorThe 1 place was occupied by Deputy

Superintendent E, L. Whigham bi.ll'r ts
Here is some advice given Annual Cosmetology King, National Instructor and who said that for years the

the graduates by the speaker. Teachers Seminar sponsoredby demonstrator of Miami, was school system has urged business
Dr. Gore began by saying, the State Board of Cosmetology featured July 26 and August 2 to contact the vocational

:y; "Tighten your seat-belts, you met at the Deauville on permanent hair relaxersand education department when

are traveling in a Jet aircraft. Hotel, July 24 thru August 4. thermal relaxers. July 26 ever it needed employes with .
There is turbulence, change, Mrs. Ruth Webb and Mrs. models were: Mrs. Lucious certain skills.

(a troubled world)." Pearl Ware of Peoenix, Arizona Rutherford, Mrs Catherine Dr. Whigham said the school

He likened the needs of the of Mi-Lady's Publishing Lippsett and Miss Loretta system would then set up a :

times to Five Smooth Stones; Co., special guest. Wright. August 2, Mrs. Joni program to meet the needs of I

A novel by Ann Falrbairn. (1)) Our own Florida Instructors Jones, Mrs. Bertha Perry and business and industry."We I

Intellectual Knowledge ((2)) both white and Negro, Miss Mary Wright. AssistingMrs. have programs for I 'I IM

Good Health, ((3) Character, were featured. Mrs., Opal King were MesdamesElla dropouts, adult vocational

(4)) Industry and((5))Adaptability. Moncur, Willie MaeCeasor education, neighborhood youth I

Wilhemenia Starkey II I
'J"\ fti"i Ingraham, Thelma McDonald

Use the five stones to help ., I\t and Mrs. Pearl Ware. SAVE UP TO 40'

solve the problems of our age, j The seminar was Informative ON )'eai-ids going'-back-to'school In fashions that follow

he urged the graduates.Todaywe M and educational.The 1968 Auto las adult lead. The grade school set is looking to frown-up styling
are being challenged on seminar will beheld la Winter YrmC' for fashioa inspiration this Fall. Mothers who make their

every side. It is hard to go ,I Haven, at the state testing cen LiabilityPhysical' daughters' school dresses will find this side-swept coat dress

against the crowd. rr ter. The center is for testingthe Damage look, one of the high-fashion looks in the adult worldits cute-

Goliath stalking the student cosmetologist for SR, 22 Filing as-can-be ea little girls,too.Designed by Helen Lee, the coua.try's
streets of our communities. I
foremost of children's
Junior master and specialist designer fashions especially forMcCall's
Mo One Refused
Goliath is poverty, ignorance,
licenses ,In cosmetology. The I patters. pattern No. 8396. Made in a red-tnd-white
disease, violence, poor hous- State Board maintain thir office GOOD DRIVERSNo checked wool,a Singer Check,"availably only at Singer

ing, menial Jobs, or no Jobs. in Tallahassee, the Center Finance Charge Centers where the McCall's Pattern may also be found. Made
With five stones
your you is only for testing. Board as little as with a tipper down the back, the buttons are simply for
should be able to eradicate
members are; Ted Jakomas, IS'DOWN show" White braid by- the-yard is used for trim. Worn with
these, Dr.Gore continued.The district one; Thelma Nettles, textured red tights, a big-girl fashion this Fall, too.John .
seven thoughts to basic fun-
district two Ruth Clifton,dis- CITY
derments of living are: ((1)) Be ;
more hopeful of everything.(2) Plan to attend the 1967 Flat trict three; Sam D. Hyde, Jr., (South Door)

participate in the problems of Barber's Association Convention district four; and Sara T. PLAZA INSURANCE

humanity. (3)) Lovepeoplesin.cerely. at the fabulous Hampton Brown, district five. JuanitaW. AGENCY

((4) Thank God more House Motel and Villas, August Saunders, Executive Sec Phone:754-4951 Begg.arHrHloAt.

often. (5)) Do something for 13, U and 15. There you retary.
F t somebody every day (forget will be entertained with sing 5941 NW 7th Avenue

self). ((6)) Be a better person ing dancing and a "Fashionin
.. everyday. ((7) Master your orbit:' You will see one of

weaknesses.Dr. your own fellow barbers LINCOLN FIELDS APARTMENTS
crowned "King of Barbers"you

Moore succeeded Dr. may be that barber. You '
2045 NW 62nd
Mary McLeod Bethune founder will see a barber win a round STREET

of Bethune Cookman College trip to Nassau with a week's

who died in 1955. He has expenses paid in a hotel and Enjoy Living In Ou Cool, Clean Apartments.

efficiently carried on the won $25.00 in cash. You may also Offering Many Features
derful work done by Dr. be that barber.

Bethune and having completed See you at the Hampton House.
his 20th year at the college, Willie Jackson, chairman of FREE CITY WATER
announced a massive programfor the program committee. TILE BATHROOM

the coming year. Plans call NEWLY PAINTED GAS STOVE .

for construction of a music WASHING MACHINES VENETIAN BLINDS

to the library and a third
building to serve as maintenance

building with 28 rooms. 5861 NW 17th AVENUE .
Mr. Peter H. Robinson, a >
retired Jacksonville Mail LUNCHES Weekly Rotes$ U'II .v...Ji

Clerk, has made a contribution PICK-UP SERVICE $16.00 1 bedroom $20.002 bedroom '; as r:':;"A'"wrh1vn
of $50,000 toward the cost REGISTER NOW x .lt

691.1196 OR 636-3302 Renting Office open Every Day except Sunday : j! J U .
:-. :
Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. : ;
Phone OX 1-8862 4( .
,, $P/ I 1'/ I r .. : ":"e ;VPae cal a.;
aay "< 1tI' '"
{.C 0 R l sR #w .# bgM1 MR : ,

/ MIF RD SHOP JW"I J\) was berelCan

\ 63 -9389 a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-

a eL bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their
271'1 H.W. s4 ST.HO'.YU.C.
lips over John Begg for'years. Suddenly this grand

old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue.liT ake a

y peg o'Begg., a wee bit better than the best" say

.INCOME TAX SERVICE Dancing & Fun Tit S.AM: : the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
taste is gentle and whose Drice light.

IMS SUCKS ItlTM mtlt l-M W l.MTtlTU IT JUKI I mesas I tt..IK.I


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, Auaust II-, 1967 21Spearing

with. Miami Girl Breaks RecordIn

...... the

Junior National HereBarbara Looking .

,I Williams 17,of Mi- Daley Youth Foundation with SPORTSWORLD

ami Run For Fun Track Club, 81 points Mlchigammes
broke a national record in the Track Club was second with 49 "

long Jump at Miami Dade North points, Atomas Track Club of

Track Saturday. Barbara Brooklyn third 43 points, and I
leaped 18': 2" to erase the old Canton Track Club of Ohio
Junior National record of 18' fourth with 34 points. BY LEO ARMBRISTER Overr


Joyce Tinker another performer Barbara and Joyce will
Restaurant and Waldorf Associates Inc. has been selectedby
year I made all kinds of excuses for the newly formed of Miami Run For Fun compete in the Southeastern ,
the Miami Commission to handle the Bowl
Dolphins. My remarks were, "it takes time to build up a first finished 5th In the finals of the Regional on August 12th in City Orange con
cession for the next five
year organization," and It seems they don't Intend to let me 100 yard dash with a time of Jacksonville. All first place years.
down, I am proud to say. After thefirstwo: exhibition games, 11.1 seconds. Cathy Jones a winners will earn a free tripto The firm, which will take over the newly-renovated City of
Miami stadium food facilities on Sept. 1 bid a minimum
especially the one we saw over WTVJ Channel, last Saturday speedster from Mayor Daley Washington, D. C. to take ,
against the Buffalo Bills,compared to last years drubbing they Youth foundation of Chicagowon part in the Junior Nationals. guarantee of $100,000 annually, or 30.5 per cent of the gross

took from the Bills. There was only one fumble, and one In the 100 inarecordbreak- Oar girls have a good chanceof sales, whichever is higher.
terception. It would be hard to stable any one player out that ing time of 10.9 seconds. representing this Region in Restaurant and Waldorf Associates, Inc. has extensive experience ,'.
in the restaurant business such fine New
was outstanding. They all did a great job at their respective I* The meet was won by Major Washington, D. C. operating
York establishments as The Four Seasons, The Forum of the
You could
positions. see the Improvement George Wilson and
Twelve Caesars, La Fonda Del Sol, Tavern-on-the-Green,
his staff have worked hard to get. Eachcoach has his
ment such Ernie PRO BASKETBALL COMING TO FLORIDAThe the Tower Suit and Mamma Leone's.In .
as Hefferle, ottcenslve line 0 a c h.Bobby
addition, R & WA operates seven St. Clair's cafeteriasin
Walston, receiver and place
kicking coach. John Idzik offensive
backfield St. Louis Hawks who will play six of their regularly Florida, 17 International Houses of pancakes, several airport
coach. Les Bingaman defensive
coach. Bob
line scheduled National Basketball Association home games in food services and many coffee shops and snack bars in
Pellegrini, backer and Tom Keane defensive backfield
Greater Miami this coming season announced that season the New York area.
coach. All of these men are J just as important as the head
tickets for the
coach. Now back Saturday's game. Buffalo was the Eastern coming games here are now on sale. The newly-renovated concession areas that R & WA will

Division Champs, "but" after watching the Dolphins you would The Hawks who are the top winning club in the Western Divi- operate in the city's Orange Bowl are part of a $2 million expansion -
sion of the NBA over the last 12 will their six-
have years, open the largest in the stadium's history which
swore they were the champs. That'show great they look- program, ,
game schedule here Sunday night, December 17, against defending
ed on TV.Abner will be completed by Nov. 1.
Western Division champion San Francisco.The In addition to the four new concession stands the west end
Haynes (player of the week), John Bramlett, Ross ,
NBA encounters will be played at the Miami Beach zone is being double-decked bringing seating capacity to
O'Hanley and Mack Lamb, who saw action Saturday night are Convention up
some of the new faces the Dlophins added to the team. They Hall. 75,500; bathroom facilities have been remodeled; a new
It was announced that season tickets to the six here
are going to be a great help as has been shown so far. There games medical room has been built;the passageways under the stands
would be available
are more new faces that we haven't seen so tar. Wilson, has $18.00. in three price ranges $30.00, $24.00 and have been enclosed and the old wooden decking replaced with

his work cut out when he has to turn some of these players concrete and steel. *.
Season tickets are now on sale at the Hawks business office
loose. Many of our readers, myself and The Miami Times In the A new concert canopy is being added to the stadium's south
Roper building, 20 S, E. ThirdAvenue, in Miami. Com-
staff,wish to congratulate channel 4 along will Bob Gallagher plete information may be obtained by writing the Hawks at side and, for the press, the old upper press box is being replaced

and Bob Hallaron for the tremendous Job they did, with the that address or by calling 379-0789. with a new double-decked facility, two new high speed

play by play discription. I understand Gallagher and Henry Other top attractions who will face the Hawks here this sea elevators are being installed and part of the old dressing room

Barrow are going to do all Dolphins play by play over WIOD son include the world champion Philadelphia 76ers, the nine- under the south stands is being converted into a photographic

Radio this Saturday, August 12, Dolphins play the San Diego time title-winning Boston Celtics; the New York Knicks who darkroom.All .
chargers at 8:00 p.m, for reservations call :3770738, ask for featured two of the greatest college stars of all-time, Bill this for what is expected to be the greatest football sea
Jack McGowan Joyce or Judy will be to of son in Orange Bowl history.A .
they happy accomo- Bradley Princeton and Cazzie Russell of Michigan;the Los
date Lakers total of 35 games will be played in the stadium this season
you. Angeles with super-stars Elgin Baylor and Jerry West
Mack Edward Lamb (Contact), Defensive back, Florida and and the Detroit Pistons with NCAA scoring champion Jim Including the Super Bowl, Jan. 14, the NFL Pro Playoff
is a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School. : Wasa Walker of providence College. Bowl, Jan 7, the Orange Bowl Classic on New Year's Night,

dash man in track In high school. In college charged froman the Orange Blossom Classic, nine home games of the Miami

offensive end to a defensive back. Majored in health and Dolphins of the American football League, six home games of

physical education as a collegian ? Signed as a free agent MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE the University of Miami Hurricanes and many top high school

The Orange Bowl Is also the site of several extravaganzas
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t a A t' PLEASE'PATRONIZE THEM! Muhammad All Can Take

The Punch DundeeThere
,." ." Huge Home For Sale Big Says

Lamb Woodion HqynM is no question about whether or not Muhammad: All
2 Baths Garage
3 Bedrooms -
can take punishment, according to Sports Illustrated this week
Freddie Woodson (Woody), Offensive guard, Florida A&M, Florida Room better
Magnificant He can, than anyone trainer Angelo Dundee has ever
6-2, 250, 23. From Savannah, Georgia, signed with the Dol-
seen. Dundee has written a three part series with Tex Maule
phins as a free agent this year A three year regular at $750 down $125 month pays all for Sports Illustrated which begins in this issue.
both offensive and defensive tackle at Fla. A&M. Will be $12,900 total price
This first Installment covers All's career up to the championship
Holmes J Joining i with his old high school and college teammate Johnny SEE: 4121 N. W. 11th Place fight with Liston In Miami and reports a wealth of un-

Dolphins .Single. known details about the champ from'his sensitivity about the

WHAT CAN I SAY? owner 7588749St. size of his buttocks to the information that he learned his blab-
ber mouth act from Gorgeous George.
When I first started to write my column about nine years

ago for the Miami Times, my number one sport was boxing, Dundee reports on his association with the champ from the *

at that time there 'were three clubs in action, Little River time All was a young amateur in Louisville s e e k i n g out the

which played to packed houses, also Pan American and Miami Agnes' KindergartenOPENS good fighters to talk to, learning from every one of them, as
he continued to do in all of his
fights as he and
Beach Auditorium. What have we today? One club which has grew progressed. -
the monopoly and practically the same faces every other week. TUESDAY SEPT. 5TH, 1967 He tells of the round- about methods he had to use to
Where around then are teach All who could not take direct instruction.No ruses work-
are the fighters today that were ? They
HOURS 7:00 AM Until 5:00: PM ed, however with the problem of stomach
here, but are not ;given the opportunity. Some of them have : exercises:He didn't
like them and didn't do them until after the fight with Miteff.
gotten so disgusted hanging around they packed their bags
moved elsewhere. Take for instance these names who were Trained PersonnelHot After "those body blows "he got on the table to strengthen his

main event fighters: Tony Alongi, Chip Johnson, Gordon Lott, Lunches Transportation belly, Dundee reports.

Dicky DeVaronica, Louis Rodriguiz, Stormy Winters. I can go Dundee says that until All's fight with Duke Sabedong ("his
on mentioning names which would take up my whole column. NE 4-1910 NE 52307Mrs. first real hard fight") in Las Vegas in 1961, All was "an out

For those who keep asking how come I don't write about box- Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor point cheerful and friendly sort of guy who talked about fights

ing anymore, here you have your answer. Then again take the and fighting, but .wasn't a particularly boastful man." Therehe

elimination tournament, who on that card shows any signs of was on a sports program with the wrestler, Gorgeous

becoming heavy weight champion. To me Thad Spencer show- George, who talked wildly about what he was going to do in the

ed he has something, but not enough to take the measure of ring. Clay got a kick out of it, then wen to see the wresling

Muhammad All, alias Cassius Clay,ex-heavyweight championof OPEN SUNDAY 2-5 match and was impressed by the great turnout.He decided the *

the world.A big-mouth act might work for him, too, and after that, says
SPECIAL SERVICE FOR JIMMY FOXX 1351 N.W. 51 TERRACE Dundee, "the more he did it the blazer the show he put on."

Last Sunday the old timers pro baseball association held a $450 DOWN $13,500 FHA On the subject to Muhammad s ability to take punishment,

special service and get together so they could do something to REALLY NICE Dundee says that he wishes he could s how the experts who

keep Jimmy In the memory of his great baseball days. They doubt it movies of a fight with Alex Miteff and one with Sonny
2 bedrooms CBS in well kept block I and
spoke of sending his trophies and plaques to the Hall of Famein Banks. Miteff to have cut him in two" with a body punch

Cooperstown, then decided to build a place here In Dade neighborhood. Convenient to everything.. Like'. and Banks, who was 6- and 21q "caught Cassius flush on the

County in memory of him Nothing better could be done, and new. Awning windows, Fla. 'room. chin with a left hand and down he went, with his eyes crossed.It .

the responsible ones for this are Mike Yurocko, former St. was,a perfect punch thrown by a great puncher," says Dun
Louis Card president, Hall of Famer Max Carey, Mike Sche- Modern bedroom opts in new condition. Absolutely dee, "and I thought, now he's had It.He had a dull, glassy look

mer, former N. Y. Giant pitcher; Rube Walberg who pitchedfor spotless. Terrazzo floors, tile baths going down but he hit toe canvas,his eyes cleared and he

the athletics along with Foxx, Izzy Bandrimer, former and kitchens. One mortgage FHA. Near 71st bounotd up again full of fight.It was fantastic. I never saw bet-
House of David player, Nello Dal Pra, vice president played ter refriperactive power, in any fighter. He kicked the hell out
with thefirstMlarai state league team; Bobby Hogue, former St. & N. W. 2nd Avenue.Investment Of Banks U1 rest of that round. the second, I think. Then he

pitcher with two world series teams, Braves and Yankees, a burned' him down to the ground in the fourth. I don't know

local boy; George Green, Judge Red Lake, Mickey Grasso, Counselors Inc. anyone ever got hit harder and came back faster and meaner "
former catcher for Senators Lloyd Brown, Scout and many .1))
; It was the fight with Doug Jones which Dundee felt was the
more, lots of luck with this new,operation.
Realtors final proof of All's greatness, when he showed that he could

THIS WEEK'S MARLIN SCHEDULE take adversity in the middle,of the fight, fight poorly for a few

Thursday Friday, August 10 11, Marlins vs. Leesburg, 2994 rounds and then force himself to repond and come back strong
gam time 7:30 p.m. Saturday Sunday,August 12 13, Marlins H.W..7St. to win in'a decision which, Dundee says, is clearly and easily
All's If one views the films of the fight dispassionately.
vs Winter Haven. Saturday,at7:30p.m.Sunday 630p.m.

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22 MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 11, 1967
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1 The Is '
FHA. CBS EXCELLENT LOCATIONS Price RightSonny : Like new small duplex at 2020 NW 98th Street/"-1
.' Freshly painted inside and out, jaoousie wln' i"':
((1)) 2 bedrooms, 1* bath, living room, kitchen, .:.; With '. :::: r=widows, large lot. You con live free .as the income ';",
utility room, carport, front screened porch, "(from'.t, the other side will make the payment...PrlcePjJ11,000 !
$10,000. $300 down. $62.22 month i Wright .I.Ij }yJ with, $350 down-and $73.9 ,montFHA|;'

((2)) 2 bedroom, 1 bath, living room, dining area j; Realtor ,, j SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
kitchen, Florida utility front
room room,
Modern CBS on beautiful corner. Fla room, car-
screened$11,000.porch, fenced.$350 down.Plus$73.09 extra income :::: 3 BEDROOM ONLY 350 DOWN :;:' port, city water a nd well water for lawn, jalousie

cottage. mo. m 13995 NW 23 AVENUE m: windows, stove and refrigerator. Lovely Street,
((3)) 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, dining area, 97 St. near N.W. 24th Ave. Well worth the FHA
will be
111 This home completely painted. PaymentsOnly mj
kitchen, garage, corner beauty. $12,000 puce of $12,000, $400 down and $74,41 month.SELLER'PAYS .
:: $71.52 month, FHA. House Sunday
$400 down. $79.61 month. : a open ;:;:
.::: 2 to 6. See Mr. Lee. :::: )
\ ((4)) 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room, dining room, ';: :: ALL CLOSING COSTS *
1j 1 ,
,. kitchen, breakfast-nook, wall to wall carpets HOT DUPLEX DEAL iLlke new '2 bedroom CBS in Opa-locka.' .'"JThlll|
Completely fenced. $13,000. $400 down and ;:; 1801 NW 88 TERRACE ::;j .//I lovely/" home at 1995 NW J55 St. Is !the bestbuy: : ;,.f\
$80.82 month. ::: This beautiful home and income unit is only 9 :;:: i n we ever sow, Florida foam, enclosed porchfJ) ;?f ff'
years old. It will be sold to a qualified buyer ;:: jalousie windows, awnings, fenced yard. A'steal k#
NO. QUALIFYING All. CBS ;11: for only $900 down and $96 month pays all. Call ;; y"t- $7,800 with $250 down and $57.24 monthv:, : ll.

((0)) 2 bedroom s, 1 bath, living room, kitchen, $6500. :::: Mr. Malnick. :::; ii4 cantWt., hove the key*. .:-j WSELLER
$1,000 down, $67.50 mo. pays all. 1 1 1 j
(b) 3 bedrooms, 1 both, living room, dining room :;: 8443 NW 12 AVENUE :j: Pretty 2 bedroom CBS in Bunch Park, 16135 NW
I kitchen, fenced. $10,900. $1200 down, $100 ;:;: This lakefront beauty, with cool breezes and ;:;: NW 20th Ave. This home is like new inside and
t pays bll.c ;;; swimming has a 200 ft. deep' lot.: Drive by and ;1; out. Has awnings, awning windows and large
:::; look it over, then call Mr. Malnick. Only $600 :::: fenced yard. Bargain at $8,500, $300 down and
built home
( ) 3 bedrooms,2bathscustom luxury
11 down and month FHA. ;; wehove
all. $98.78 ; $52.60 month, FHA. Vacant, keys.
$17,700. $2,000 down. $135 mo. pays >> >>

$13,000 $1,500 down $115 month ::1: 2 NE 10 STREET ::1: "Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS In new area mOpajjocka '
::::. Lovely 3 bedroom with attached efficiency. Per- :::: [ and
House Is on large lot has-been'
VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWNKing ';11 feet for retired couple or widow, home with in* ;: [painted j'jnslde and out. Like newappliancestoo,
;:;: come. $14,00.windows, big corner lot, fine area. :; $ ;$400'down$77,6 month FHA
:::: Only $3,000 down, $85 month and no ::::
qualifying. For appointment call Mr. Brotilow. :
m! 11;

r m: BIGGEST DUPLEX EVER Extra large duluxe house on 2 lots. Tile roof,
;:;: 3 bedroom, 2 bath each side, together with extra :::; awning, very large room, large kitchen, some
:::; lot. This will be sold fast. Only $19,000. With ;:;: furniture, stove and refrigerator, 2 baths, Wonderful
Inc.of ;;; good bank terms. Call Mr. Smalls. :;:; location. A better 2 bedroom house at
Realty and month.
$14,500 FHA with $450 down $90

1 1\\ KO: QUALIFYING MOVE IN FAST 11j\\ .... ',... "1 "'\, .. ." .', ',,01'

MiamiRealfors :;: 1831 NW 45 STREET :::: .. NO"r._' -REI f5Cj4V T AgPE1f0} *:%4w \Vrt QUALIFYINGi ; ':,,tf-H -]
;1j; Grab this lovely 2 bedroom home with living room ;1; A better.2\.bedroom( fromeas,i estos'shtn! ,lebaase.
; :::: dining room, 2 porches, new roof, new paint in* ::;: front porch;-ClWlllrft9.I': stove /.and refrigerator
!1 11j side and out. Only $600 cash down and $85 j y Th I[bome'li' (spotless and a'bargain '$8T5JOy; )

:::: month. Call Mr. Brosilow :::: w t ; $600 down and $75 .month.' ," :?(!

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Large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, carport, $450 :::: We have a fully fumiihed 5 bedroom CBS that is :;:; Modern CBS, tile roof, carport, air conditioner,
down FHA. Vets., $100 down. ;:;: fully furnished, even with kitchen utensils, ;:;: on large completely fenced lot. Pay $1,000 down
::1: sheets and all furniture. Awnings, well and :: and take over FHA mortgage of $9,600 payable
100 STREET : pump. Complete. All you need is a toothbrush ;:: $81 month pays all (Includes taxes and insurance ).
Almost new, 2 bedroom, custom-built, double carport, :: and $3,000 down. A steal at $14,000 Call Mr. ::::
$350 down FHA. Vets, $100 ::1: Smalls :;: '' )

920 NW 84 TERRACE j1 i OWNER DROPPED PRICE $1900 jj j jI We have a few 5 and 6 unit apartment buildings'' "< l
2 bedroom, Fla room, stove, carport, close to *
2258 NW 78 STREET I that can be bought with as little as $2,500'down.;J|
buses, shopping, FHA. Vets., $100 down.
:: r Live free in one apartment and collect InconTe ':,
;:;: Look at this lovely 2 bedroom, with hardwood ::
935 NW 83 STREET 1i f\b: .m ,the, others.These are all modern, CBS build'ings -
1 1 floors, carport, big lawn, near all buses and ; '
2 bedroom, close to buses, shopping. $250 down :::: shopping. Only $10,000 bank terms. Call Mr. :::: ,in .best neighborhoods. No red tape,*\\Ai f.,, ;'ij&
FHA. Vets., $100 down. ;:;: Bfosilow. Brosilow. :::

NO QUALIFYING HOMES j j SPECIAL OF THE DAY j Like new 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, large formica -
2001 t NW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom, fenced, awn- ::1;; Modern 2 bedroom with beautiful Florida room. :: built-in kitchen, jalousie windows, awnings,
ings. $54 month pays all. m Very special condition and top meighborhood. :;; ;as wall heat. Beauty for $13,750, $1,000 down

8515 NW 14 COURT ; $13,500, $450 down $83,71 month, FHA. Call ;; and takeover FHA. payments, $90 .mo.. pays all.
Mr. Brosilow. 1t : '7.m4 a m'as'Jtr'rv 2YlTwq
1 bedroom home, $65 per month. Fenced, in good :: : E WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -=' r,
INCOME PROPERTY ::1: No qualifying for this special deal for a special :;: DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN +QUALIFY; '"

1861 NW 42nd St. Almost new, 1 bedroom duplex m family. Only $1900 down $120 month pays all, ;; WE HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, T00l',''|
( FHA terms. $250 down. :::; best part of town. Washing machine, drapes, :::
2377 NW 95th Terrace. Gorgeous custombuilt ;j; wall to wall carpet, garage, stove and refrigerator ;;
duplefc. 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge :::: and lots of furniture. Se it-buy it........... :::
closets. 6 years new. ;:;: I : LTY

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CLASSIFIED ADS Lovely room FOR for RENT rent own private For SaleCBS

I bath. 7572959.
15 WORDS OR LESS $150.
ADDITIONAL WORD. Room- for rent $10 per week


FOR SALE SEE: 1161 NW 37 ST.
FOR SALE FOR SALE Room in Christian home. Use
500 $79.00 month
r NO CLOSING COST CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath of facilities. Children OK DOWN per
garage 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH
n fenced, can be used as Income Open Sundays 3 to 6- 1210 1858 NW 58th St 6346396. Move right in No Red Tope

! Modern, 2 bedroom, 1 bath property $1000 down
$10,000 Little River Drive on the
CBS, extra large Fla, room, total. Shell Realty, Broker canal, Gorgeous 3 bedroom 2 Nice room for rent at 1430 NW owner 758-8749

maybe used as third bedroom. 4260 NW 7th Ave, 68th Street.Furnished .
758-5551. bath, Florida room, hardwood
: Also another Fla. room in
floors, central heat and
front, carport, tile roof hard- efficiency $15 wk.,
22's aid, modern huge kitchen, liv-
wood floor, on large corner FILED include lights, gas, water and OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
Is tremendous all
Save ing room ,
$ E-Z terms, Auto -
waste removal
lot, don't miss this beauty. 2221 NW 57
Home large bedrooms. One of the
Life. Able Insurance
FHA $13,500 $450 down Street.
most beautiful on the canal
month. Veterans or Agency, Phone:757-5842- BRING RESULTS
displaced NW 54th Street. Open 7 days. first time offered a must see Private
persons $100 down. Atlantic ,private
$24,000 FHA terms or cashto
& Pacific Realtors. 666-0411. TF the Mortgage of $13,000.00with bath, couple preferred, use of L
kitchen $15 week. 727NW 55th
720 NW 53rd St. Huge 4 bed- offer. This is a custom -
VA & FHA Homes available Street- 7545789.COTTAGES .
from $100 down. Semour M. room, 2 bath,completely fenc- built home that has everthing.

ed, garage, stove refrigerator A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW
Roth, Realtor. 14570 NW 27thAvenue. FOR RENT Buy A House Today
Phone 681-3515. air cond., part furnished 60th St. Call anytime to see 4841 NW 16th Ave.Unfurnished -
extra lot for a total priceof 751-2243.
Sept. 1. efficiency, $18 week. Key
$p2,500- Downpayment BARGAIN with Mrs. Colleman. ((1)) 3071 NW 69 Terr. $300 down. $98 mo.
$1,500 E-Z term.1
and monthly : See
Home income. Live rent 2 bedroom Frame with in
today. Aetna Realty (Broker) unit Large 3 Bedroom Home.
free. 2 CBS beauties on 1 lot 811 rear can be made into another 1558 NW 49thSTREET
N. W. 54th Street, Phone
front house, 2 bedroom, 1 757-5724 dwelling, this is an all cash Unfurnished, 1 bedroom $20
bath, Fla. room, carporte, Open 7 days. deal for $5,000.00 cash, good weekly. Key with Mrs. Colle- ((2)) 3075 NW 69 St. $300 down. $98 mo.

awnings. Rear house, 1 bed- HOME- BUSINESSINCOME income property for rental.A. man. Large 3 Bedroom Home.

room, 1 bath Fla. room, fur- All CBS good close in loca- Ben-Kori, Realtor 612NW 60

nished. On large lot. FHA tion, over, 3000 sq. feet, two St. Call anytime 751-2243. 1805 NW 76th TERRACE ((3)) 542 NW 41 St. CBS Home. $300 down.
$15,500 $500 down $96 month. 1 1/2 efficiency unfurnished
2 bedroom apartments, store Garage Dining Room Porch.
Atlantic & Pacific Realtors, CANAL HOME $16.50 weekly. Key with Mrs.
all zoned
C-5 Get all details
666-0411. Open Sunday 3 to 61380 Little -., Lumos.ImmedJateoccupancy.Call .
callAetnaRealtyBrok-- River Dr. Price $19,000with Mr. Gross 444-6126 or ((4)) 2922 NW 15 Ave. $350 down. $94 mo.
811 NW 54th Street
er) Phone
Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath,CBS 757-5724 Open 7 days. $900 down FHA terms, 3 evening 448-2824. 4 Bedroom 2 Bath Home.

Fla. room, carport, hardwood bedroom, 2 bath CBS, indirect

floor, FHA $11,500, $350 1779 NW 93rd St. Doll House lighting, stove and refrigerator 2 bedrooms Opa-locka ((5)) 1299 NW 51 Terr. $400 down. $95 mo..
down $71 month. Veterans or this is a lovely home,and Seymour M. Roth Realtor
Perfect for couple. Total FHA 2 Bedroom Home Carp
14570 NW 27th Avenue 681-
displaced persons $100 down, PRICE $8000 wlthonly$25C I A-1 location. A. Ben-Kori

Atlantic 6660411.The .& Pacific Realtors, down. No closing costs. $80 Realtor. call anytime7512243. 3515. ((6)) 3151 NW 55 St. $100 down. $24 week

will everything monthly.One .
pay Large room for rent,in private 3 Bedroom No Qualifying.
town's 15 year mortgage Stove
greatest bargain home Cooking privi
and refrlerator stay be first 2 BEDROOM FHA
Repossed by immediate bank, save loadsof call Aetna RealtyBroker) 811 2 bedroom 1 bath with Florida leges. Liberty City area.2125 ((7)) 3274 NW 68 St. 1 Bedroom House. $18
money posses-
NW 64th
Street. 758-8128.
sion. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. NW 54th Street, Phone 757- room this is a really nice clean week.
5724. home with a low price, FHA
room on large lot. 1970 NW terms price $10,000 with$300 $20 per week 3 bedroom un-

51st Terrace. Call 235-2958. down come see this it's a good furnished frame 6738 NW 23rd FOR RENT
1601 NW 93rd St. No
6 room house 3 bedrooms ing- CBS bedroom tile roof, one. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor 612 Place. Apartments 14460 NW 22 Ave. Opa-locka

fence, awnings Richmond oak floors, stove, refrigerator NW 60th St, call anytime 751- Duplex nice clean living room, 3274 NW 68 St. 1 Bedroom House $20 week

Heights, $12,900, $400 dow, wall to wall carpets total 2243. bedroom, kitchen, bath. BedxoooivAnd. -

$85 month.Mar. price $13,500 with terms: to .' ..kitchen,.furnished.. .
.Associates, Realtors suit your budget don't wait NO QUALIFYING electrict furniture $21.50 wk.

52557.. call right now and move today Move in with small downpay- 888-6643. OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Broker 811 NW mcat 2 bedroom CBS in nice
Aetna Realty ( )
HOME FOR SALE area payments $100 month,we Room for rent
54th Street, Phone 757-5724 ; gentleman pre- FORD REALTYINC. Broker
have several No Qualify at
No qualifying. Beautiful area. Open.7 days. ferred. 6330604.One .

3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. this time. A. Ben-Kori, Real- N.W. 15th Avenue 634595
room, kitchen equipped, Car- tor 612 NW 60th St. Call any- bedroom furnished apart-
3 bedroom 2 bath Fla.
peting, landscaped and fence. room time 751-2243. ment, air conditioned, spac

Deep well and sprinkler sys- double lot separate dining- ious, adults only Reference

tem. Call for appointment 621- room $17,000. FHA or conven- needed, 1210 NW 77th Terrace
tional finance with down pay- 65 NW 83rd STREET

2954. ment of $4000. Drive by 4901 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS beauty, after 5:00 p.m. EDISON I

Home and income.2 CBS beau NW 5th Ave. Then call Fens- air condition, cu-pa"! I itiis is SpecialsOPEN
Efficiency for couple or singleman.
ties on 1 lot. Front house 2 ter Realty (Broker) PL 98779If spotless and a steal at$16,000
$17 a week two weeks in
bedroom, 1 bath, large Fla. qualify for a Bank: Loin of
advance. Phone PL. 9-2214.
1 $11,200 this takes cash: to
room. Rear house bedroom, ,
you are selling your hometo AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY ...
terrific deal
1 bath, completely furnished mortgage is a .
Urban Renewal or Room for nice clean gentleman.
expway.we -
Close to school, shopping and worth much more. Drive by 130 NW 68 .STREET
have two houses on one lot Cooking. 3160 NW 67th
bus. No qualify ing. No red front 3 bedroom, rear 1 bed- then call. A. Ben-Kori, Real- St. Near shopping center and 4 bedroom, plus Fla room.CBS, tile roof. Only $14,700

tape. Take over existing FHA room. Drive by, 3221 NW 11th tor, 612 NW 60th Street. 751- bus stop. total.price. FHA terms $350 down. Nice lot, 68x110.

Mortgage. At real low inter- PL Then call Fenster Realty 2243. Half block to bus. Near all schools.
est of 5 1/4%$2700 down, $110
(Broker) PL 9-8779 CBS, 1 bedroom apt. $18.

pays all. Atlantic and Pacific $400 down, CBS beauty. Huge Bedroom duplex $19. CALL EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING

Realtors6660411.. Houses beautiful lot. Fla.room, 2 bed- 2 bedroom house $23.
of roses! 2 houses PROPERTIES
0 room, tile bath, wall to wall Deposit Required
FOR SALE ((1)) 2 bedroom CBS,very large carpet. A real home owner direct Liberty Rental Agency ((1)) No qualifying. $830 down. FHA already placed.Off .
50 x 100' NE 152nd Street and and another
hardwood floors 758-8749. 2020 NW 62nd Street 7th Ave. in 40's. $90 mo. pays everything.CBS .
16 Ave., North Miami Beach. 2 bedroom CBS next door.A Call 633-7809 tile roo',garage.

Call PL 70973.NORTHWEST. good deal for people selling
their homes to Urban Renewalor 1301 NE 153rd STREET 6 new large bedroom apts.750 ((2)) No qualifying, lovely corner, CBS home. Beautiful

SECTION Expway --if you do then NORTH MIAMI BEACH NW 70th St.Adults. Monthly or modern kitchen. FHA already placed. Near 17th
Four bedroom two bath cen- Ave. in 90's.
Live rent free. Duplex plus Drive by 265 NW 69th St. look semi-monthly rental. 444-
cottage. 2 lots city water around then call Fenster tral air and heat. As low as 3673, 446-7574. ((3)) 3 bedroom CBS. Terrazzo floors, air cond., wall to

$300 down. Easy terms. Vicin- Realty (Broker) PL 9-8779. $450 down. $17,500 total price wall carpeting, $12,500 total. Bank financing avail-
FHA No closing able. 9th Ave. & 83rd
one Mortgage. St.
ity of 41st Street and 23rdAve. 1 bedroom duplex apt. Near ,-

Northwest. 6914668.For cost. NW 17th Ave. on 48th St. Phone ((4)) Large clean home with beautiful swimming poo. .,
Park-Minor Realty (Broker)
Minor Park: 2 bedroom CBS 633-3840. and 2 Fla.rooms and 2 reverse cycle aircondjtioaers.
666 NE 128th St. 7518295No
sale by owner 3 bedroom, plus efficiency screen porch Also has cottage. 2 lots, 100x100. $15,500 total.

2 bath, enclosed pool, lanai entrance only $13,100 with $4,500 down

fenced yard, carpet, payment. qualifying-Drive qualifying-No closing cost JOB WANTEDMan ((5)) 2 CBS houses on beautiful corner lot. $450

drapes. 'T e r m s arranged. by 1301 NW 50 th St.Then call $600 DOWN requires maintenanceJob. down FHA. $93.33 month. $15,000 total. No clot-
Beautiful three bedroom Will do anything in this
Phone for to see Fenster Realty (Broker) PL.
In costs. Let tenant help defray
or a
Fla. room. Partly furnished. line of work, including paint- g payment
WI 9-8779.
Park-Manor Realty (Broker) ing, gardening etc. 6318 NW nice place for the in laws.

666 NE 128thSt. 751-8295 19th Ave. Phone 691-0029.
Lakefront- bedrooms 2
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baths, house hardwood floors, Attention expway buyers, we WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

carport $1200 down.Takeover have many 2 bedroom HELP WANTED MICELLANEOUSGive TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

first mortgage. Seymour M. houses for sale so a call to CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

Roth, Realtor,14570 NW 27th Fenster Realty will get you Full or part time- Couples child music lessons. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
Ave. 6813515. situated very promptly call and individuals for local sales your
PL 98779. work. Local distributor trains Call 691-4961, after 6 p.m. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

2412 NW 8 6th Street you for splendid opportunity. Aug.. 25 OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Phone 633-6682. 1223 NW 50
$350 down-$87.00 per
month pays all. $11,500. FHA Carol by owner, $500 Street. T.L. King. Aug. 18. KINDERGARTEN WORKER

value. Immaculate with down buys seven-year equity.In ,EDISON REALTY 'Realtors
Florida room, garage.On nice beautiful 3 bedroom !horn'?, BABY CAREIn Write to Kindergarten 2101 ,

lot. For full details call Biscayne Loaded with extras. Assume my home- 5 days a week NW 58th Street.Cook and driver. ''Mi' 62nd

Realty, Inc. Broker. $12,800 VA 23 yr. mortgage Telephone: 6851137.Opalocka Must have chauffeur's 175 ..s151.2441'

759-8600. $100 month pays all. 624-9854 Florida license.

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I Elected Leaders to Hold National ConferenceA I Phonei NA 1-7203 Notary Public

national conference will form a bipartisan council of Every Negro elected to
be held next month at the University Negro elected officials. local, state or federal office
of Chicago by Negroes is believed to be included on SKIN DISEASESA 3L tu1eg fueetittg
holding elective offices,rang- Invitations have been sent the list. The top names areU. <
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