The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 18, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Vol. 44, No. 51 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1967 ES ,- 15*


) ( 700 Golfers Here ''I
ii : 1
) I ( 1 1More

For UGA Tournament .' I

than 700 players are golfers, and deadline for entries h
expected for the 41st annual I" P is midnight, August 20.
United Golfers Association The Biscayne Terrace Hotel
National Tournament, August will serve as tournament
21- 25, at the City of Miami's headquarters. '
Miami Springs and Lejeune During the tournament,pros
Golf court"es. will be shooting for $3,000 in ,I
cash prizes, with trophies
The tournament, hosted by valued at $2,000 awarded to
the Par and Birdie Club of Miami ., the winnes In amateur divisions

will be split into six divisions .
; pros, men's and wo- -.xli. _...... ._, .-4IGA.Pjresident, Maxwell C.
men's amateurs, senior men's Stanford; hdlibffkers,. _
and women's amateurs and a along with Ernest Hayes,pre
Junior division. Pros will use sident of the Par and Birdie
4 I
i 9a a s the Miami Springs course for Club, look for a record num-
y their 72-hole tournament, beginning .If ber of entries at this first UGA
August 22, with the 1.. ..- National held south of Mem-
balance of competition on the MAXWELL C. STANFORD phis, Tenn.
1. LeJeune links. UGA President The tournament director is
More than 250 youngsters a career woman, Mrs. Paris
This tournament is expected from throughout the U. S., including Brown, of Washington, D. C.
to be twice as big as the some 100 from Great- A Trophy Ball and awards
North-South tournament held er Miami, have already submitted dinner will be held at the
in Miami in February,accord- entry forms.Registration Knight Beat Club August 25,
ing to the UGA. Is open to all following final rounds.

Judge Stays Execution in

These-foul;Louisiana' lovelies ore spending two weeks vacation at the Hampton
House -os their 'prize of winning beauty contests in their hometowns sponsored by
the weekly News Leader. Left to right are Brenda Anderson, Miss Baton Rouge;' Pitts-Lee. Murder Case

Marie Potter, Miss Alexandria' ; Delores/ Smith,.Miss Monroe; and Lillian Belton, Miss: : j

Lake Charles. Mrs. Irma Hall,QeTjeget of the flews Leader .Is..chaperon fMthe.17,=' ""' ,w
; :.1<' year-old queens House of Photography photo. >A K. .1 1 Stale OrderedTo Ida courts relating to the alleged Dade Assistant Public Defender -
involuntary pleas. Phillip A. Hubbart and
Said he: ". the essential ACLU Attorney Maurice
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'. RespondTo determination which must be Rosen accepted the case with-
; 1 made. is whether either of out fee, have argued that the
Price Ghetto
Gouging One PetitionTallahassee. the pleas were entered involuntarily federal court should bear the
." evidence regardless

i} of Main Causes of Riots ii infamous Pitts-Lee. Florida's murder But he clear said what the previous recordwasn't appeals Florida Attorney General

Pitts and Lee have madein EarlFaircloth has not yet
'. .' case was back in the spot-light
Sidney Margollus,a witness passed by the Senate. The' the state courts. taken a position on th case.
Margolius said there are this week after a U.S.District
Defense Lawyer Edward Judge Carswell asked for a
supporting an interest disclosure House mcasureprohibitsat-
Court issued
more consumer bankruptcies Judge Friday a
bulls Washington, tachment of wages to payoff today than In the depressionof formal stay of execution in the Bennett Williams, who with response by Sept.. 1.

said Monday that because cre- debts and provides for regu- the 1930s and that the increase case and ordered the State of
dit charges are somethines lation of revolving credit has amounted to over Florida to respond to a peti-
unfairly high Installment rec- plans.. 40 percent in the past 10
ords In credit stores were a The Senate bill requires years. tion.The petition charged that

prime target for destructionby primarily lenders state He said a bigger problem is police In the Panhandle of
rioters this summer. the full interest cost of loans. the n u m b e r of people whose Florida, by beating, lies, 1
Mirgolius a port Washington Executive director of the
wages are attached or gar- threats and prolonged inter-
N. Y. Writer'who specia- Menswear Retailers of nished because of debts. rogation, extracted false confessions
lizes in consumer problems, America, Louis Rothschild, He told of a woman who In 1963 from twoNe-
told the House Banking and said his organization opposesthe bought a TV set which turned gro men, Freddie L. Pitts and
Currency Subcommittee that House bill because it is a out to be for DC current. She Wilbert(Slingshot) Lee.
"consumer exploitation has "sweeping effort to regulateand had AC current in her apart- This Is the same controversial -
replaced labor exploitation as control the business ment, but the seller refused to case that put Willie Big "91
the real problem of our morals of the country.' take the appliance back. She Nick" Nicholson, retired Mi-
times." The comments of Mirgolius threw it out, the seller policemen in the state
The writer endorsed a and Rothschild were nude before threaten to get a garnishee and mental hospital after he got
I House version of the bill which the consumer subcom- the woman is now paying off a into a fight with the county 4
is broader than the version mittee In their testimony. total of $516. sheriff while doing investigative -

"Can you believe consumer work on the case, in Port ..
peonage?" Margolius asked i St. Joe.
1Garbage Men End "It Is any wonder that in Some months ago, WarrenD.
I riots in Detroit and other Holmes Miami poly-'
cities, rioters also destroyed graph-criminologist, took an-
installment records In local other confession to the same
: f One-Day Striker credit stores?" i two murders from another

Rothschild said the House man, Curtis Adams, Jr.
r bill raises constitutional Adams said he killed two
from the
taking an unpleasant Monday morning ,
i, Blue Monday, Metro garbagemen county's pit yard at 8801 NW questions because it deals with I I gasoline station attendants In I
58th St. that they intra-state commerce and ::Port St. Joe. He is imprisoned Faye Annette Williams
returned to work Tuesday grumbling daughter of Mrs. Opal G. King and
ending their one-day get straight time for over- freedom of contract. He added I< now for a third murder. I,George R. Williams, received a masters of Arts Degree in
strike and averting a garbage time. the requirements of the bill The federal petition, submitted I(Communicative Disorders from the University of Wisconsin. \
crisis In the unincorporatedareas would add an "unholyburden' i ito May 19, went first to Mrs. Williams graduated withe highest honors. ,
Patterson urged the men the of small bus 1- ;Jacksonville. There It stayed
of Dade.Clarence back to work and assured A 1962 graduate of Northwestern High School, she obtained
go nessmen." 'until July 27 when Judge William ;her bachelors at Indiana
degree in
University Speech Pathology
Patterson, Metro them they would not have to He said small businessmen 1 A. McRae Jr., who recently .and Audiology. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,
Waste Division boss, said the work long hours and of were forced into the credit underwent *aract Phi Beta phi Honorary for graduate women, American Association -
would work their normal more, except In cases business the of < transferred the case
men by competition surgery, ( of University Women, and Sigma Alpha Eta Speech and
days off to catch up with the mechanical trouble or emer- the nationwide chain stores. t to: Federal Judge G. Harrold ]Hearing Honorary.

work. gencies. He said a federal credit law (Carswell in Tallahassee.In She has been the recipient of a Delta Sigma Theta Sorority .
"We should be back to nor- Starting wage for garbagemen would not correct the evils of a show case order FriJ;National Scholarship, Indiana University Nell Wever Award
mal by the end of the week," is $1.84 per hour. It will\\unscrupulous operators in sluts lay, Judge Carswell did not j(or outstanding senior students, the Edward Sutherland
he said. go to slightly over$2 after Oct. areas who often advertise"no make any rulings on the merits Complaining about having to 1. No time and a half Is paid charge for credit' but makeup of the petition. A for advanced study. Miss Williams employed as ..
work 12 and 13 hour days for it with exorbitant He asked the state to submit
for overtime to Metro Employees. j Pediatric AUdiologist with the C hie a go Board of Public
more than 175 men walked out charges for merchandise ill records,if any,of the Flor- \Health, Chicago, Illinois.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday August 18 1967
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1, \ I rwt4h Here's Dope. On School Keg/smmon I

Here Is a reminder to jun- September 1 will not be per from 7 am until;30 pm,There
h ior and senior high school students mitted to attend classes until students will be given foreign
r who have moved to the third day after their late student admssion! cards which

Greater Miami this sumtnr: registration, school officials they should present upon
You may register at the advised. school registration.This .

school you will attend any New elementary students
week-day through August 29. should register Tuesday, Au- regulation applies to
Junior and senior high gust 29. Cuban children entering first
1 school students who have mov- All Cuban-born children en- grade, children coming from
ed within the county from one tering public schools for the other areas, children coming
r area to another should present first time this Fall must clear from private or parochial
r a transfer on or before August through the Foreign Student schools, the attendance direc-
29 to the school serving their Center at 275 NW 2nd Street tor explained, as well as to
new home addresses. These to American-born Cuban child-
prior regular registration,
may be obtained by reportingto Mrs. Elizabeth M. Campbell, ren whose parents emigrated
the school attended last yearor : from Cuba after January 15,
foreign oe t'er registrar, explained
to the school to which! rec- today. 1959 Passports, resident
i 4Y4 ords have or will be sent. cards, or both, if available,
School opens September 5. The center is open daily should be brought to the cen-

M.MWiMw ,p1raY Those who fail to register by Mondays through Fridays, ter.

1,000 New Teachers


Begin Orientation
More than 1,000 new teach- On Friday, Dr. John M. There will be a Street of Information -
,I<,..: :, ers took their "first big step" Bahner, associate superintendent for the new employees -
into Dade County's public for instruction, will ad- In the form of rooms
f school system Wednesday, dress the general session on andtables manned by representative -.

U \ ''')t";' .......... < August 16 "Trends in Education." of community organizations -
: .
1"0'" .t' '.1'ul'' : ::;;: ranging from
"< ,.. .. : ,
': 'II' .:. I The new teachers will Joinan Florida Highway Patrol to
',,,' ;: .. v" .,;;.' f', .''."',,'.:t 'j' ..., ; \ ", instructional staff of more Other keynote speakers United Fund and Vlzcaya.
J'..., :'''I, ','' ,' .''' .-- '.' .(.",' jh., .J' ";"'" than 10,000 in the big school during the Thursday and Fri- There will be presentationsand
.' : ., } system -- now seventh largestin day meetings will include Dr. get-acquainted coffee
: : : ') '4 ,..,,. _..".. : the nation. They will regis- Betty Bosdell, associate pro- klatches by representative
"" ,,,,,,, ; ter in district centers for fessor for counselor educa-
_...; ..f""r" .R. .... 'I tion Northern Illinois Univer- educational organizations.And .
week-long orientation ,
there'll be a Mobile: X-ray
sions, meet district person- sity, Dekalb, 111., who will Unit on hand for free chest X-
nel, discuss administrative speak on the subjects"Mental rays.

SEaQUr regulations, thenreporttotheir Health and the Classroom
respective schools. Teacher" and "Discipline On Tuesday, Greater Mia
A the Classroom Teacher" and
w" mi businesses
will entend
wf a
Thursday will bring the new Dr. Joyce Chick, professor of welcome to the new teachers
teachers en masse to the audi- guidance and counseling, with special tours
torium of Miam Carol City Florida State University, tal- and a luncheon company
Senior High School, 3422 NW lahassee, who will speak on 35 concerns in by
187 Street, Qpa-locka, at 8:30a. the subject "Let Children Be Miami-Dade
m. where they will meet Themselves"
school board members and Commerce. On Wednesday,
teachers report to the schoolsto
r hear an address by Dr. Joe
Hall superintendent ofschools The new teachers will come which they have been assigned -
on '"Quality Educa together again on Monday for pending opening of school I
tion." presiding at the open- general meetings and curri- September 5.

ing session will be Deputy Superintendent culum sessions. Featured in

Dr. Edward. L. elementary curriculum ses- Dr. Terence T. O'Connor,
Wliigham. sions, will be the Reading, directr in-service education -
Special Education and Indus- for the school system, is
trial Arts Progeams in Dade chairman of the orientation

..- PTA Units to County Schools. planning committee.

The/ Economic Opportunity Program's recreational program is in full swing. Meet in -

What's been going on? Field trips to places of interest such as the Junior Museum,

Crandon Park Zoo, the Japanese Tea Garden, Everglades Park, etc; all-day excur South MiamiAll Call
sions to Virginia Beach;programs for pre-school chi Idren; swimming lessons;movies;
day camps; weight lifting and tumbling classes; Softball leagues; organized recreation local Parent-Teacher :L' CHARLESROGERS
by and for teenagers at teen centers; summer seminars to discuss current probe Association units will be rep-
lems; music and dancing.Of resented at a President's Con- r

special interest this month is the overnight camping at Robert King High ference on Wednesday,August % W
Park for boys and girls aged 10 to 18. From Monday noon through Wednesday noon, 30, at 10 a.m. in the South Miami :
160 boys will camp and HO girls will camp from Wednesday noon through Fridaynoon. Lutheran Church, to be AT PL 1-7502
The schedule for the balance of August is as follows/ : staged and sponsored by the
August 14-28: Liberty Park area; August 21-27; Grand Ave. & Virrick Park area Dade County Council of Par- FOR A GOOD BUY' ON A
and Aug. 1 thru Sept. 1: Wyndwood Park area. The campers will participate in such ent-Teacher Associations. A PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
activities as pitching a tent, outdoor cooking, nature study, skits, swimming and new contest for all local units STEREO OR ORCHESTRAINSTRUMENTS.
other camp activities. They will also make field trips to local attractions and watch will be described at the conference .

movies. .

I First Graders Have Highest Failure Rate The program will take the

Failures decreased slightlyin from 4.88 the previous year to to the tenth in 196667. form of a series of buzz-dis
Dade County Public Schools 4.56 per cent in 1966-67. The eighth-grade figure cussion groups, so that of-
the past year.A First-graders continued to dropped from 8.68 to 6.40 per ficers of the local PTA units
register the highest failure cent, while the tenthgraderate can ask for and get answers to ,
new report Issued by the rate .. 9.61 per cent, up 0.58 rose from 6.20 to 6.55. ;the problems which maybe i iii
school system's from bothering them in connectionwith
Departmento last
year.Eighth grade--
As in the lowest
the beginning of the PTA
Research for
some years the second ;
rate of failures was the sixth
Indicates the rate dropped highest in failures, gave way year. Bringing greetings to the ',I
grade o.62 per cent in 1967. conference will be Mrs. E. M.

9- Willard, president of theo \
By subject areas, grades
12 mathematics continued t Council which is the host for
Master Barber WaIted produce the highest failure,, the day's session, as well as .i

rate, 10.4 per cent in 1967 Mrs. Samuel Armstrong,pre-
Apply at Failures in the other four ma- sident of the Dade County PTA aA
jor subjects areas, however, Council, whose membership iscomposed .
decreased cent
by one per of
6540 NV 15 AVENUE more. colored schools in this area.
Mrs. Andrew 0. Wood is 1 1 .
Rates were;Science,8.2 percent chairman of the planning for <, .

AUTO INSURANCEImmediate ; foreign language, 6.9 percent the conference.
; social studies( 6 per cent t
SR-22 Filing and language arts, 5.5 per WE ELL HAPPINESS'
cent. Local units which enter the
,. Don't be fooled bylaw down payments for applications have contest will be asked to sub- AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAY ,

\ b..n which In do business not give for you two Insurance generations coverage.and take We pride Other subjects having rates i mit details of projects in the At the cr...,..... .f N.rth.h xpr..w.y"
In servicing our customers with honest explanations of more than five per cent were I, current year which best Implement ONLY IS MINUTIS FROM ANYWHfM IN MIAMI
and honest answers. W. Insure you with companies business education,9 per cent the objects of all Par- CORNER N.W..54th ST. & N.W 3rd AYE.
the lowest possible rate*
that Phone 7517502Or2010BijcayneBlvdFfU0401BrowardJA25l3f
give you :
and industrial arts, 6.4percent. Associations. At
LOW. GOODMAN & SONS the Apr meeting the best pro-
jects will be given awards and Mil DLIYRYANYWHIU IN U.S.A.
2688 NW 62nd ST. OX 1-0380 Music had thelowesUaUurerate i will be demonstrated for the IN,T.iAUDIItDALIIIU t.US OLAS. .M1-971*

by subject, 1.3 per cent,,, other PTA locals. H


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 18, 1967 3

16 Negroes Win County Jobs in Billion Dollar Domestic

Miss. Primary Marshall Plan SoughtIt

was announced in Atlanta Backers of the plan hope to He said in a
Washington speechin
Jackson Miss. TheNAACP's The return of the Negro to an such county offices as justice
this week that top Negro leaders get Dr. Martin L. King to adopt July] it would cost$20 to$50
concentration on electoral role in the state of the peace,constable,county
are promoting a movementto the program at the 10th annual billion a year for a least five
voter registration in Miss. overshadowed the gubernatorial supervisor, chancery court
the convention of the
pull together splinteredcivil Southern
paid off handsomely in the and other statewide clerk, and county coroner. years.
Democratic primaries which contests. In the elections,Aug. Last November a Negro was rights groups behinda Christian Leadership Confer- "This is a national problem,
"domestic Marshall plan" ence (SCLC) this week in At can't solve it
the local
you on
resulted in of
the election 8, former Governor Ross R. elected t to a county board of
at least 16 Negro candidates to Barnett was s warn p e d in his education. Thus 17 Negroes for city slums.It lanta. level," said the mayor.
is estimated that the plan It is going to take lot of
county offices throughout the attempted comeback. Mr. Rar will be holding elective office, a
will cost hundreds of billions
state and assured an additional nett had the endorsementof the first in the state since the They want him to take it before serious talk before the plan
21 an opportunity to win in run- .Tames Meredith whom he Reconstruction era. in a decade or two.Details are the newly formed urban moves.

off elections. had sought to keep out of the Among offices for which Ne- unsettled, but supporters of coalition of 22' industry, '
Sustained efforts of the University of Mississippi in gores will be candidates in the program say it will take church, labor and civil rights
NAACP. under leadership of 1962. Ryron de la Beckwith, run-off elections August 29, that much money -- the largest leaders when King speaks to
amount that the nation
Aaron Henry, state president under indictment for the 1963 wre sheriff, superintendent of has the group later this month in
and Charles Evers state field murder of Medgar Evers,was education, circuit clerk and spent on anything but war. Washington.A. .
director contributed sustan- eliminated as a candidate for state representative. Getting an established Negro -

tially to a tenfold expansion of lieutenant governor.The Some 50 Negro candidates leader to adopt the plan and
Phillip Randolph -
to give it priority is said to
the Miss. Negro vote from filed for various county officesin be the first a "freedombudget" of$185
major step.
20,000 in 1963 to some 200,000 16successful the election
Negro primary on Aug. The idea was turned down billion in 1963, and Whitney
this year. candidates wereelectedtoThe 8. Young Jr. suggested a "do-
by Bayard Rustin, executive
director of the A. Phillip Ran- mestic Marshall Plan" in 1965
Institute and when he asked for a $145 billion
dolph organizerof
Teenagers Draw Heavy the 1963 March on Washingtion plan. The cost of the Vietnam -

before the rioting this war has,however,thrown
summer. He said it was the idea in the shade.
Sentences in Stabbing DeathFour politically impossible. Observers Mayor Ivan Allen of Atlantais
he the first to revive the issue
say might change
his mind. after the riots this summer.
youths who took part in lesser sentences for The sentencing of the three
a brutal slaying of a South Dade second-degree murder wentto boys and one girl was accom- Nlckie Lee, popular local

teenager were handed stiff Marcia Lenette Bethel, 17, pan.ed by the use of a new Urban League Hails disc jockey on radio station
WA ME has been elected to the
sentences in criminal court of 1386 NW 71st Ct.,and Ronald fingerprint law.According ,
board of directors of the Na-
Thursday.Two Randolph 16 of 1366NW63rdst. to he
law, any- Desegregation Statement"The tional Association of TV and
youths were sentencedto one sentenced on a criminal -
Radio Announcers. His elec-
life and a boy and girl each The four switched their conviction must be fingerprinted National Urban Lea- today more Negro children tion took place at the 12th an-
got 20 years in prison. pleas from innocent to guilty in open court on a card gue hails the United States (2.5 million) in all-Negro nual convention held August
The two who got life were and received minimum sen- signed by the Judge. Commission on civil rights for schools than there were be- 9-13. In Atlanta at the Regency
accused of repeatedly stabbing tences from Circuit Judge its forthright statement cal- fore the 1954 school decision Hyatt House. Lee's radio

Miller Marvin Sneed of 19030 Harold Spaet. ling for faster and stricter observance (2.2 million). career covers 14 He
SW 264th St., in the chest despite Police officers said motivefor of desegregation
has been member NATRA
his pleas for mercy. the killing,which occurredin guidelines in Southern "in other words, desegre- for 11 a
They were Norman ParkerJr. the Central Negro District, schools. The League com- gation has not kept pace with years.

., 20, of 14140 NW 22nd Ct., was robbery. Two of Sneed's ments the Commission's the growth of the school popu-

and Matthew Lee Dixon Jr.,15, companions were also cut dur- leadership in urging swift and lation. Over 10 Years Experience

of 7101 NW 14th Pl. ing the murder. sweeping changes in segregated "Inferior segregated Free E.tllllat"ARHOLD'S

schooling at this most Important education is perhaps the most WALL/WALL
moment in history. important single cause of the CARPET CLEANING
PTA School of '
Instruction SERVICE
"While more progress has frustrations and hopelessness
I been made since enactment of among the large number of Telephone 635-5043

Sept. 6 the Civil Rights Act of 1964 youth that are now involved in Reasonable Prices

t than in the ten previous years, the racial disturbances across Arnold Davis, Prop. ..
Committee chairman inlo- cal Parent-Teacher Associations I]professionally qualified par-
will learn their duties at I I ticipants. Local PTAs bring
the annual School of lnstructiontobepresented 1 large delegations which divide
by the I I themselves among the Prince M. Doctor son of '..............................
Dade County Council of Par-I i scheduled classes so that each
MR. AND Mrs. Frank Neville
ent-Teacher Associations on ,i unit can learn details of PTA : FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS :
Doctor (Iva Dell) of 15841 NW
Wednesday, September 6, beginning i work.
Opa-locka, was S AT .
at 9:15 a.m.at Central
Baptist Church, at 500 NE 1st Mrs. Harold Tabor is chairman among 61 who were awarded CALL
Avenue, Miami. ': of the day's events. Mrs. degrees by Manhattan Collegein .
,William J. O'Toole of Fort New York at the school's ..........m.. < _
Classes inallphasesofPTA 1 Lauderdale, District PTA 116th commencement exer- 1.

work will be taught by chair- resident, and Mrs.E. M.Wil- cises in June. : BONDEDRENTAL
men of committees from the 1 lard, Dade County PTA president Doctor was awarded a t .4s tty !"
Dade County Council, with ad- will address a general Bachelor of Science Degree. 9
visers and consultants in each session; in the church audi- I
t orium before the classes begin GOT SOMETHING

; Mrs. Edythe Barfield will TOSELL??

COMMUNITY FAMILY b>e among those on the committee Try o Miami Times Classified i

FUN DAY for the school. Ad. They Get- ResultslSPECIAL -! AGENCY

The EOPI s Perrine Neighborhood I 1AL.
Center and West Per .
rine Park will hold Its firstCommunity INC'
Family Fun Day I 9
) PL 9 8733
on Sunday, August 20, at West LIMITED TIME ONLY e\ ; .
Perrine Park from 2:30 ,
p.m. I
to 8:00: p.m. 2 8x10 : ---------- ..........s.u..sSS.SSSSSSSSS. :

There will be a full day's activity I THE LARGEST
including men and women I r Livingolor MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND ..

softball games, volleyball I BROWARD COUNTIES.
horse shoe pitching,table ( .

tennis, croquet and shuffle A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for t.nalitscollv.III.nc.. :
board. In addition to music and JAY BAKER

talent show, local church Photographs : A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent fret," furnished .
choirs will be singing tomakeit and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment.
an even more festive day. 95 .
Everyone ,is Invited to join fl t 9 A public relations department to assist you with your problems.. .

the fun. 8 REG. Tenant concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing. I

trl $18.00 9

"Any where In the world 9 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733 .
you want to go"
TICKHS COSTNOMO&E4T Hours 1.8 p.m. 14255 NW 22nd Ave. OpalockaMU 8-0617'' 1163 NW 3rd Ave. FR 3.8416

niLL TYLER Sunday 1-6 p.m.. 9 20848 S. Dixie Hwy.Cutler RidgeCE 5-3553 3801 Grand Ave Grove -HI 5.1381 .
. 605 NW 7th Terr. Ft. Lauderdale A 4.3357 512 NW 1st Ave. Hollandale-WA 72434n9Hammondville .
The Ultimate In Photogrohy S S

ND1IrftrSITUYEL : Rd. Pompano. 943-2727 .

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"Your Neighborhood Trawl' rMe HO..... L. L. BROOKS, President .

Ag_nt." 9 GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager .

A. near to you o. your OUSE Of HOTOGRAPHYj CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Reletions Director 9

telephone.'/. delirer.Civo 1104 us NW a coll.3rd 1930 NW 7 Ave .

Ave. fR 98451. Choi. C. .If I to enjoy a better life others must live better too" L. I. Brooks 9 \
North Manager. BILL TYLER PL 7-7741 JAY BAKER 1..1

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday August 18, 1967

J T f Amta To Be Equalby e

fieei6530NW15thAve.MlamiFlo. 33147 Phone 691.0421 \
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Whitney M. Young Jr. By Booker T. Hayes
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor IMississippi.A Chang has ComeIt
STANLEY I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor
Urban Coalition For JobsThis
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association has always been my opinion that any individual offering

) summer's racial violence has caused a crisis of lead- himself for public office should be of unquestionable charac-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES "back 1 h s" to ter. In one of our recent elections, the issue of integrity was
ership. The riots have made it easy for a s e r
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 considered the deciding factor
justify resistance to necessary social changes. But this leadsto so prevalent, it has since been

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post a dangerous polarization of attitudes which could lead to in the outcome. Although integrity played an important partin
Office at Miami, Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876 more violence. our election, it appears to be unheard of in some of our
other states. Mississippi,for example, has shown that integrityhas
Negro leadership has lived up to its responsibility by speak-
ing out against riots and by proposing rational programs to no bearing on its candidates for state office The fact that
lJIr JEdilors otrbook end their causes. Now it is time for white leadership to speak) an accused murderer could qualify run for the state's second

out and condemn the backlashers and start doing something to highest office, without the benefit of having been exoneratedby
end the ghetto's problems. a jury, should be considered an affront to every law-abid-

CENSUS TAKING OF RATSC. Churches, liberal organizations, political clubs, businessand ing citizen of this country.In .

E. Brettell,typhus control supervisor of Dade County Department labor, interracial and human relations groups, all have to the recent election held on August the 8th, Baron de la
of Health, after taking an unofficial census of rats, speak out nowand regain the Initiative from the backlashers. Beckwith was permitted to run for Lt. Governor of the Stateof
said there areas many rats as there are people. This means They have been silentfor too long. Mississippi. Beckwith, is the still accused sniper in the
that there are a million of these rodents around. There are signs that some leaders realize the urgency of the immortalized civil rights lead-
Evers now
death of Medger
Supervisor Brattell says that according to national estimates the situation and are willing to Join with others to form has never been decided. The fact
er. His innocence or guilt
each rat causes about $20 worth of damage a year. That esti- the coalition so desperately needed if our country Is to. have that he was an accused murderer was never nude an issue in
mate gives Dade County about $22 million. He further pointsout peace and progress. I took part in a recent meeting to form the limited campaigning. How this juicy political plum was allowed -

that among diseases caused by rats are typhus, plague, just such a group.It to umplucked remains secret,but when we recountthe
salomonellosis, Weils Disease and trichinosis.In is called the Urban Coalition, and our first meeting included go seems to
the explanation easy
of Mississippi
tragedies ,
leaders of business, labor, religion, city majors, and
the past three months the health department has nude unwritten law that has offered
It represents the protection
come by.
6,017 visits from 1,117 complaints; treated 4,354 troubled civil rights groups. Out of this meeting came proposals for to whites over the years when their only crime has been
areas, put out 5,720 Red Squill torpedoes, 425 pounds of zinc an emergency work program to provide jobs and training for

phosphide, 900 Ibs of Warfarin and eight hundred of Fumarinand the unemployed, the establishment of job centers in cities, and To those people who study elections and their results, the
rat-proofed 44 buildings the commitment of private industry to take all steps necessary Mississippi elections should have proven very awakening.We

Last year such tactics killed hundreds thousands of rats, to insure full employment.This have definite proof that change has come to another of our fair
said Chief Brattell, but even more needs to be done. last item is especially significant because business has states. No one in Mississippi will admit to change, but resultsof
Everyone who sees a rat should not call the Health Depart- not done enough to provide the jobs and training needed. Negro recent elections offer proof of change. The fact that Beck-
ment. Supervisor Brattell says, make certain all garbage is workers are unemployed at a ra t e more than twice that for with was defeated seemed rather hard to comprehend. Here

enclosed in adequate garbage cans with snug fitting lids. Clear $3,000 less per year than for white families.Something has to was a native son, seeking his reward for having rid the stateof
premises of stacks of wood.Old tires and rubish that could of- be done about this .. now. its smartest Negro, and was being denied that honor. In another -
fer nesting places for rats. Cut underbush and weeds from all Many business leaders understand that they have a tremen- tim, which we must consider now as history, his rewardfor
vacant lots. Plug up holes and screen ventilating areas. It's dous stake in urban peace and some of them realize they can't having committed such a cowardly act would have been
the duty of property owners to take care of their own rat prob- afford to continue old ways of doing things. But the real test election to office. Is it possible the conscience of Mississippiis
will come at the local level.Businessmen and community lead-
lem.There beginning to show itself? Is it possible the 150,000 Negro
are 80 private exterminating firms in Dade County. ers are going to have to come forward with vigorous support registered voters in the rolls had it bearing on the outcome! ?
for radical changes.
That is why various local Urban Coalitions are now being
Negroes elected to office in Mississippi and other southern
GOV. KIRK VS THE CABINET formed. In New York, for example, Mayor Lindsey, who was regions with large Negro majorities, should serve as an example -

Governor Claude Kirk and his Cabinet are further than ever at our Urban Coalition meeting, has set up a New York Coali- of the value of the ballot to other Negroes. It offers

apart; so much so that he has refused to sign checks. He has tion of local leadership to attack ghetto problems. Other cities proof that collective action will bring about a change. A changein
also issued stop orders for millions of dollars in spending au- and regions will do the same. most cases beneficial to those having made the effort to ef-
thorized by the Cabinet. He failed to attend the weekly meeting This month will be spent organizing these groups. On August fect the change. Federal grants and programs are needed to
because he believes the state's executives need meet only twicea 24, we will meet again in Washngton C. At this meet- upgrade the economical conditions of the Negro now,but first-
month. ing, 1,000 community leaders representing the regional coalition class citizenship will require his participation in affairs of
Among checks the governor refused to sign are $3 million will formulate action programs to be taken to cure job- State and county. Because of his minority standing,his parti-
for public schools, $12.2 million In county capital outlay and lessness and a host of other social ills cipation must be total. He cannot afford not to go to the polls.
School. ment in a long time. But only if its members are sincere in Barbecue Voter mist be removed. Candidates for office must
Atty. General Earl Faircloth questioned the legality of Kirk's pushing for radical change. The time is long past for mere lip be screened and voted for accordingly.
action, and said he may seek court review of the Governor's service to the ideals of equality. Responsible leaders and
to withhold his signature.Kirk established organizations must be given the resources to ade-
power I don't know the total effect of Negro voting in Mississippi,
called a special Cabinet meeting on Wednesday. quately deal with ghetto problems. Negro citizens are tiredof
or what effect it has had on the results other than those Ne-
being promised jobs and not getting them they have been
groes elected to office or sharing run-off spots,but he limited
lied to too often.
coverage given such a controversial election in our daily pap-
The business and civic leaders now forming such coalitionsin
ers is reason enough for m) to believe they were decisive.
their communities will have to deliver on their promises.This .
Whatever the reasons for the changes I have cited here, if they
coalition will have to create and the
public discussion of how to end urban riots, it is help. strengthen eco- can be even faintly connected with the Negro effort, it will rep-
nomic life of It will have to end racial barriers in
the ghetto.
ful to remember that the enemy is not the whites or the blacks, resent a beginning. The fact that Medger Ever's accused killer
not the police on the one hand or the Negro extremists on the housing, health and education. These can't be temporary steps was not publicly awarded can only be considered a substantial
other. The enemy is hate itself. to stave off a riot; they must be steps which get at the heartof break-through. Whats happening?

Some black leaders, disillusioned with white society, are the problems caused by racism and solve them permanently.We .

calling on blacks to build a totally separate society within the really have little choice. This country can take the high ....
United States. Yet such separatism would solve nothing if hate road to social progress and equality by a strong commitmentto
should motivate the attitude of the races toward each other. far-reaching programs to'create jobs and better living con-
Some white spokesmen, fearful of new violence,arecalling for ditions for the urban poor,or it can take the low road to social lET'S TALK POLITICS
disaster and violence the backlashers
severe and vigorous repression of black disturbances.And by letting speak for it
while there is certainly a necessity for the prompt and firm and allowing ghetto conditions to worsen. We have to take that By NORMAN E JONES

curbing of lawlessness, the iron fist will solve nothing if race high road.JUNIOR. "RESPONSIBLE"NEGRO LEADERS-SERVE TWO MASTERS
hate still simmers below the surface.Even the most carefully

thought out programs of urban reform can do little if hate poi-
Based on the apparent success of the recruiting of youths
sons race relations. Hate only divides destroys- it builds
nothing. COLLEGE STUDENTS NEED HOUSINGThe from the riot sections of Tampa into an unofficial "peace-

making group" to patrol the areas occupied by police and na-
The danger is that current publicity and agitation will inflame Metropolitan Young Adult Ministry, Inc., (MYAMI) an tional guard in order to withdraw troops from these shots
inter-faith task working in Dade County the Volunteer
animosities. Preocupation with ,violence threatens to group areas the white power structure heaped praise and citationson
make people forget the genuine progress the Negro has been Services of the Welfare Planning Council of Dade County, and the brows of James Hammond,Community Relations Director -
makeing with the help of the white est a b lis h men t.The Wall the Center for Dialogue are working together to meet an Immediate .

Street Journal cites government figures showing that Negro housing need in our. Awed by this adulation, Mr.Hammond mistakenly looked
family income and education levels have been rising faster Out-of-county, out-of-state, and foreign students make up upon this publicity and apparent endorsement of the"white
,than 10% of the total enrollment at Miami Dade Junior
than those of whites; that unemployment among Negro men has hats" as a cue to not only organize a permanent "white hat
been dropping much: faster than unemployment among white College. Because MDJC is a community college, on-campus corps" along military lines but also decided to include "white
housing Is non-existent. Futhermore the amount of assistance
men; that theportion of nonwhite families below poverty boys" in the group to establish his own personal army.
level" has been dropping faster than the corresponding portion which can be given to help students find housing in the community This of course met with violent opposition from the white
of white families While still and is very limited. Therefore hundreds of young adults when
grievous disparties remain power structure and the Negro community as well, and
I .in certain respects have increased, and substandard housing will be, searching for suitable housing in Greater Miami. Mr. Hammond presumptiously requested funds from the city

i and unemployment among young Negroes! cry out for urgent re- From our point of view and in consultation with college personnel !and county to "support" his personal army of white hats, he
mtdial steps, still much progress has been made in recent a central housing office serving both the students and was not only flatly refused but castigated for his ridiculous
years by intelligent and cooperative social action. the landlords is needed. The three cooperating+ groups have Idea.
now established such an office at the Center for Dialogue, 2179

Neither white security nor black progress can be found by NW 26th Street, Miami. Because this is a community service Captain James Hammond, will have no army of his own at
increasing the hate-content in public thought. That way lies project, no charges will be Incurred by either party. Students least from public funds. Since the "white hats"was his ckimto
madness and destruction. Those misguided revolutionarieson have already started to arrive in the city. fame, he naturally reacted bitterly toward his former benefactors
( either side) who are trying inoculate the American pub- Our excellent educational institution, Miami-Dade Junior making him and his Ideas a leading issue In the cur-
lic mind with the virus of hate must be stopped- vigorous College, plus the Magic of Miami attract hundreds of out-of- rent campaign for the election of mayor councilmen in
public rejection (black and white) of their evil counsel. state and foreign students each year. MDJC is a community Tampa, with the inevitable result of either abolishing the office
collleg and is not equipped to handle the housing needs of these of community relations, or removing captain James Ham-
.." The American people must solve their race problem by students. Therefore, they will be searching for suitable hous- mond from the position.
working together, and that means rising above hate, replacing ing in the whole of Dade County Your unused bedroom or vacant Captain Hammond has alienated the Negro power structure
it with good will, generosity, mutual respect,and love. Such a apartment is desperately needed. please call the Central which put him on the job and the governmental power struc-
course takes moral courage.But this alone will solve the prob- Housing Office at 634-7741 to register your accomodation. In ture which paid his salary, both groups are disillusioned with
lem. The opportunity is open- at the federal and state levels, all likelihood, a student will soon be standing at your door. Captain Hammond for his Inability "communicate with the
.. and in local councils and citizen groups seeking ways to avert This is a cooperative community project serving both the students masses of the Negro community, in spite of the governmentsums
renewed urban tragedy. and you, the landlord, without charge. Remember, call at his disposal, and his air-conditioned office down
Christian Science Monitor 634-7741 to register your room or apartment. town.


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday: August 18, 1967 5

J Oar Readers Speak 0 .t Why Not A Negro

GOES. -; :' ;' ... r..( ,. ./'' *.. ,.... Mayor For Miami?

By Garth C. Reeves ( The Miami Times, as Florida's oldest Negro newspaper,

9fJj" has the respect and following of a large segment of the Dade

Frank L. Stanley,publisher of the Louisville Defender,madea -, '\ : and surrounding counties reading population and although I am
.., not one of your consistent readers I am nonetheless close
great speech last Thursday at the Dupont Plata Hotel beforean ..
august gathering of Florida news media. The event was a :? '-" ,. '... /--1 '1-/ follower of your achievements within your community.
It is for this reason that I ask what plans as one of
state conference on the news media and the racial crisis sponsored you, you
by the Anti-Defamation League of filial B'rith and Sigma Letters to the EditorDear the spokesman for the black community have towards election
mated of Miami is around fourhundredthousandpeople
Delta Chi national
Journalism fraternity. The following are excerpts -
hundred-thousand of which unfranchised im-
from over l are
Mr. Stanley's speech: Editor:
migrants does this not seem a most opportune time to take
I think it is extremely Important that we understand each I must say, at the outset,that believe R. Gibson, Jr., is attacking
into hands for the estimated black
your destiny your own popu-
other clearly from the very outset. Therefore, I am not hereas the writer 0 f the article "Believes Riots Efforts of ,
lation of Miami is if behind
an Impressive placed a
lord protector of violent people of any color or race. I do Communist Infiltration," and not the content of the article. My
strong Negro leader.You may not have a similar chance again.
not support any extremes such as white supremacy nor black original article really was not concerned with the issues you
What a wonderful opportunity for Negro leadership to exercise -
power because I am not a fellow participant in the world's con bring up, and therefore Idon'tfeel that your response Is a just his constitutional rights and for the black community to
fusion. However, I do believe, with utmost convict ion,that 'criticism. However, I will say that I am very familiar with
use the great of the ballot.
freedom has become infinitely more than an academic: phase. many of the conditions that you describe,and believe that I am
And as we all know, it is no longer sufficient, merely to talk able to furnish you many ready answers. Close Follower

and write 0 f the ingredients of a good life and the dignity of First of all, I am not a "ghost," but am very much alive
man. In this grave hour,which you and I are privileged to live, (I have taught Negro pupils,white pupils in an all-white school
frought paradoxically with great peril and great promise, the and Cubans, and am presently under contract to teach when St. Francis Xavier Parents
value and durability of full citizenship rights are to be found school resumes.) My concern is not about riots, it is about

more in our action in our individual beliefs. PEOPLE. The article plainly stated my position on the conditions Resent Takeover of SchoolDear
Many of you, lam sure,have,closely followed the civil rights that stimulated the rioting in Detroit, and was a plea to
story. But I amequally certain thatif any one asked you now to the people of Miami shun such influences. My concern is not
explain what lies in the deepest receses of the heart of a Ne- "about the minute hatred perpetuated against Negroes," but Editor:

gro boy or girl in an American ghetto you could not adequately instead aboutthe Negroes themselves, who were left homelessand
The feelings of the parents of children who went to St. Fran-
reply. As journalists Negro and white- we are often guiltyof shelterless- and about those who lost their lives un-
not keeping pace with realities; we report them but we do necessarily. about the 4 year old child that was shot to deathin cis Xavier school before the EOPI took over the school for Day
not truly understand them, so we do not really explain. Here his livlngroom (the son of a f r lend with whom I attended Care was Ignored by the newspaper and I am sorry to say by
the Miami
lies a serious credibility gap that is really worth talking about. school), a victim of riot circumstances -- about the posses also.
We parents did not know anything about the EOPI taking over
The white press is credited with giving birth to more Negro sions riot victims lost, some of which they have striven yearsto
leaders than any group of people or parents.The acquire. for Day Care. We were Just told toget out and to find another
school for our children. This was hard to do because all
Journalistic need of the hour, isanagressive and positive Now, the fact that Negro students are from 2 to 5 years behind very
the schools are crowded and do not have
approach to massive,substantive,programmatic solutionsto in academic training is not solely the result of hatred.-II room.
We parents cannot understand why the EOPI and the Dioceseof
the racial crisis.In .
is partially because of poorly trained teachers and poor teach
Miami want to take over our school from us. We parents
other words Instead of consistently criticalof
being highly ers. It is partially because of inadequate materials and sup
think a good education is more important to us than anything
the failures of the war on poverty and thepoverty programs, plies. It is partially because of their own attitudes, and many]
else. We cannot understand the EOPI and the DIo-
should beneath the surface and document parents why
we dig impressively, other reasons too numerous to mention,including segregation
cese of Miami do not think the we parents do.
the good that has and Is being wrought. and discrimination.For way
American Negroes increasingly fall into two categories: your second thoughts, and for your Information. my There are many places In Overtown the EOPI could have for
((1)) A prospering level committed to Integration and pos concern is not about the economic advancement of Cubans, but Day Centers. We parents worked real hard to get money and
sessed of a stake in society.But even this group is falling fur rather again, my concern Is for the Cubans as PEOPLE. Whileit buy things for our school and to have a nice building for our
ther behind its white children. The EOPI has lots of government money to get a nice
makes the
is true that "the Negro, as an ethnic group, up
((2)) A slum level mired in deep ignorance, immorality, poverty lowest ring of the economic scale in Miami," I will add that place. We parents hope the EOPI will find another place and
and irresponsibility. Frankly we have a double alienation: the Negro makes up the lowest ring of the economic sale in let us have our school back.
Not Just black from white but black from black middle class. America, in general.But my answer to you on this issue is that We parents think the EOPI are "penny wise" for Day Care
Fundamentally the only Negroes to benefit from all of the the Negro must become a better educated group, and this would and "pound foolish" for good education for all our children.As .
civil rights advances made are those of the middle-class, but not be the case. (I am not arguing the fact that Negroes have the stewardess says, "Is this the way to run the EOPI?"

even for them there is much more yet to be desired because been and still are being discriminated against,but am pointingup We parents receive Invitations from the Calmer Center run
virtually all of them are still victims of slum Ism. the fact that this social problem is finally being remedied, by the EOPI. They ask us to come there to learn how to get
Leading sociologists all over the country, in analyzing our and that riots are net the answer.)If one should look at the statistics good schools and good education for our children. As the Indians
present crisis say that the history of revolutions shows that which point up the ratio of Cubans enrolled in our colleges say, "The EOPI speak with forked tongue." *

when conditions get better, those people who are not helped, and universities, in comparison to the Negro,the Cuban Sincerely
become more openly dissatisfied because of the disparity outnumbers him shamefully. The same is true of Negroes who Mrs. Bobbie, Hamiter
tween their lot and others, becomes more evident. So it is not are enrolled in adult education programs. The Cuban people PTA St. Francis Xavier School
accidental that rioting. is, or will continue to occur after the both realize the need and are striving toward excellence in
most significant civil rights legislation of all times. higher education as the key to social and economic statusbut
Slum dwellers consider civil rights Just so much rhetoric. the Negro only sees the need, yet he is all too often content to
They say: Sure we now have the right now to go to the beach, sit IMI& and wait for that "welfare check" to roll in, and use Make Daughter A Girl ScoutWhat
the right even to the white man's restaurants and to stop in his shame and embarrassment as reasons for not bettering him
fine hotels but we Just don't have the money to take advantageof self educationally, and pure laziness for not bettering himself kind of girl does your city want? The Girls' Clubs of
these rights. Rioters have the chill quality believing that economically.I America asked this recently as they Issued their first public
life is a one way road to death and they are on it and put there am, myself, a victim of your rat-f111edghettos .. but I was appeal for major funds. A girls' club is a place to go after
by the white man. They say to white America: "You are goingto not content to live in that state of existence forever. I knew school, a place to do homework,to learn useful skills, a place
kill me psychologically if live,so why not kill me with bul that hard work and education were the keys that would free me for fun and friendship it could make all the difference in
lets. They are not afraid of dying. They have loss respect for from that situation, and Indeed it has. I therefore fall to see a girl's attitude toward herself and others.

authority. They have lost faith in the ordinary forms of settle why anyone of any race, color, creed or nationality cannot do The Girl Scouts of the U. S. A.have evolved a new leader -,
ment of grievances. They feel that the system is against them. the,same. All kinds of opportunities await those who have training program. "The most important in girl scout
They feel alienated with no sense of community. They feel that the determination. economic status is not a barrier, nor is ing," they say "is that of the troop leader, for it is the lead-
whites are indifferent as to wbat happens to Negroes. They ethnic: origin. Education centers are begging for adults, who ers who work directly with girls. But Girl Scout leadersare
have a negative self image and. a frighteningly low aspirationlevel. have not before had the opportunity to become educated, but ( desperately needed in our community, if you are inter
And many believe that non-violent demonstrations no what is the situation with the Negro?Classes have to be closed ested in becoming a leader please call 691-5615) come from
longer get the Job done and violence is the best way to make down because of poor attendance, and too few pupils to every cultural, geographic, economic and educational back
their voices heard. teach. The public school system is ever faced with the prob- ground. They come at different ages and with different experi

All people have a breaking point. Push anyone of us into a lem of how to keep pupils Interested In school, so that they do ences.
corner physically or emotionally and we react in one of two not drop out .. but so many Negroes are only waiting for the Federal funds made it possible for 400 girls from our area
ways: Either by fight(physically or emotionally with words) or day when their age no longer compels them, by law, to attend to enjoy 10 fun-filled days of camping that I know will long be
flight physically or emotionally.Rlpts say to us, loud and clear school. remembered. r
the Negro is no longer willing to use the mechanism of flight. Finally, thexveryfact that Negroes have only hurt themselvesIn In the fall register your daughter in a Girl Scout troop.

He feels that no one listens to words, so why say them. But the riots reaches to the very depths of my reasons for writ- Girl Scout Booster
above all, these Americans no matter how violent, depressed, Ing the original article. For I contend that no rigl1t.thinkingperson
hopeless or mentally sick, are people. of any race would knowingly destroy all that he has for
The Negro, unlike his previous Caucasian slum brothers is shelter and security. However, when viewed from the aspect
trapped. Because of his barrier of color he will never enjoy that they were led to believe hat they were going to gain some they are now victims of homelessness and even greater pov
assimilation. Equally as depressing, is the cruel fact that the thing for nothing, by looting and stealing what they wanted. it erty. (Houses cannot be rebuilt overnight.) The thing that my
Negro is the last of the slum in-migrants and there is no group made sense to them to burn down the only thing that they had. brothers and sisters in the ghettos need to learn Is that all

beneath to push him higher-up the social-economic leader and They were unwilling to reason, or unable to do so, and thus things must be p a Id for with a p r ice -. and that price is
eventually out of society's hell hole. SACRIFICE. If they would sacrifice a few hours per week in
This is why perhaps, an 18-year-old girl in the aftermathof Instructions of learning, they could reach higher rings of the
the Waterloo, Iowa riot said: "Whatever happens doesn't mates this will require much less money than we are now pay- economic scale. If they would learn from their brothers the
make much difference because we will always have the skin Ing to support the war in Vietnam.The Jews to stick together as a race, and to overcome their depression
problem." most fundamental campaign that you can make is that of by striving to become professional. If they would
Small wonder then that slums are the home of the illiterate, total: desegregation of Jobs, both governmental and private enerprise. learn from the Cubans that it is a hard struggle to work on a
the dropout, the unwed mother, the unwanted child,the Junkie, : The need is extremely acute for the removal of the job, come home and beahomemakerandgo out at night and be
the prostitute, the alcoholic, the gang member, the sniper, the color bar from every apprenticeship and on-the-Job training student to gain their desired goals. If they would treat their
looter, the arsonist and the hardened criminal. program. I suggest that you teachby example by starting with own living areas as they do those of white people, when they
Until slums are cleaned out and race hatred destroyed, riot- your own staff not by token or menial Jobs, but full and unfettered work in private family .. scrubbing on their knees to make
Ing will continue, get tough repressive methods by the police, employment opportunity. Do not see-out the skilled and everything shine with cleanliness, they wouldn't have RATS.
the national guard, troops, courts and congress notwithstanding. highly trained Negro- there are not many of them available Rats breed only in filth, and too many of us are content to wallow -
In 1962therewere only five riots but last year there were anymore .. neither should you self-righteously look for super- in filth. We are too complacent..to willing to Just get by.
forty. And now, in less than eight months of this year, there dupers because there, are no instant Negroes standing idly in Dh, yes, this is a hard pill for me to swallow, too. It shames
are more than thirty. wings.In the depths of my heart .. but we both know the truth in it. If
It is crystal clear that now America atlong lasting must con- truth, Democracy itself depends upon the extentto which our people would Just make up their minds that they want a
vince the Negro that it is truly on his side by fullfilling his gigantic we consume ourselves in achieving racial harmony and human better life, and strive toward that goal, then they would not

needs in Jobs, housing, education.You decency.As have to hid behind the 100 year old fa c t of segregation and
can campaign vigorously to keep the poverty program you ponder this, may you remember, that committment .discrimination. The fact is that we have too few Dr. Martin
alive. You can support the recent suggestions of both Senator does not stop with mere contemplation, it seeks issue in'works. Luther Kings, Dr. Ralph Bunches,A. Phillip Randolphs,Jackie
Thruston Morton and Robert Kennedyto allocate sufficient ,A nation unfinished and broken must be made whole. The responsibility loblnsons, etc. These men were not given what they have on
money, necessary to eliminate Americas slumsand provide for bringing the great blessings of Democracy, in :a i silver spoon. They struggled and they sweated long hours,
every one of our 32 million impoverished Americans with a I our time, to all Americans, rest mainly onus, the champions I days, months, years-.and they finally made it to the top. Many
guaranteed annual livable Income. According to recent esti- I of freedom and Justice. more of us can and should take them as examples.ANYTHING .

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday August 18 1967
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n tlrt..11..ii mi in it ii mm mm
Happiness is spending the summer with grandparents, say
.. erCongratulations | Donna, Stephanie and Adrian Reed,children of Joann Reed who RICA p--'
I have returned from Macon, Georgia.
iJ Ruby and Earle Mizell with sons, Ralph and Errol motoredto FOCUS
Los Angeles for their scenic vacation. HEIGHTS
Houseguesting with the Jimmie Coopers at their Brownsville
home, is Rene Matison, son of Clarence and Estella Matisonof imiiiiiiuimiiimmimiiii
to Mrs. Charles (Ida Taylor) Ratcliff who Gary, Rene is a student at the University of New Mexico--
has been appointed principal of George Washington Carver.In male model for Playboy Magazine. A friend, Samuel Johnson Bv Gwendolyn Laverne Ross
July, Mrs. Daniel (Leonora) Johnson traveled to Purdue also of Gary and a student at Indiana University were honored
University to attend the Ecumenical Conference of the National with a party by the Cooper's sons, Michael,Ralph and Anthony. For eight fun-filled hours on Saturday,August 12, membersof
Council of Churchwomen,afterwards visiting friends and relatives Helen Storr, Dorothy Culmer, Henry R. Young and Lerline Girl Scout Troop 503 and their guests tramped over
J in Cleveland, Schenectady and Brooklyn. Williams have returned home after summer study. every inch of "Pirates' World" near Dania. They'visited' the
It's Expo'67 for many Miamians this summer.Among those Rev. Mr. Nelson Pinder is the houseguest of his sister, 'Barbary Coast' aboard the pirate ship, 'Black John,' viewedthe
who Journeyed to Canada were Jimmie and Maude Chandlerand Marian Allen and brother-in-law Oral at their Scott's Lake surrounding area from the sky high 'Crow's Nest,' got
daughter, Yvonne;the Eugene Butlers,I. K. Johnson, Susie home. drenched in rolling water logs, and struggled against gravityin
Lowrie and daughter, Annie Lourie, and Tony Ferguson.Mrs. Here from Newark were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watlington and 'Lafitte's Hideout' (a slanted house).
Ida Grant, daughter, Wilhelnina and grandson, Colinof Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Duvallier for a vacation in Miami and
Nassau were recent houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nassau after attending i the funeral of Burnell (Sunshine) That afternoon, they saw young actors perform in a 'Roaring
Hanna of 328 NW 54th St. Thompson. Twenties Revue' at the Pirates Arcade.Before leaving at 9pm,
Last Thursday the Adult and Senior Citizens of JESCA, hon- Welcome back Eunice,we missed you.David and Eunice (our they created their version of the 'Roaring Sixties' at a dance
ored Mrs. Selena Ponder who's leaving Miamito live in Mor- office manager) Davis toured Alabama and Georgia for two for "Pirate World" visitors.
ristown, N. J. Mrs.Georgia Nelson was chair man of the affair. weeks. Hats, buttons, black flags, toy swords, and other souvenirs
Charles and Jimmie Maddox of Tampa are guests of Velma Bessie Richburg, the smiling teller at Lincoln Bank reports will serve as reminders of the day spent at "Pirates' World."
Kurd. an enjoyable trip to Orlando. Troop members would like to thank their advisor, Mrs.
Mrs. Daniel Johnson and several members of her family Alberta PoitierWilliamEthelynHamiltonsJr.andchildren ( ) Doris Woodard, for her support in this and many other activi-

were in Philadelphia on Saturday, Augusut 12, to witnessthe Laura and William III, Yvette and Ronnie Poitier motoredto ties throughout the year.
mar r 1a g e of her son, Dr. James A. Johnson and Miss Orlando to attend the christening of Little Rynette, the William -
Audrey Washington of that city. Witnessing the wedding cere- (Carolyn) Upsons daughter.But the Cleoali1us Allgoods Wondering what! to do with your pre-schooler Fall? En-
mony were three of Dr. Johnson's sisters, Alma,Georgianna chose the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation for Cleophas roll him NOW in the day nursery being sponsored by Second
and Edna; two nieces, his aunts, Mesdames Georgia Rollins, Ken's baptism on Sunday, August 6, at 11 a.m. Baptist Church For a nominal fee, your child will receive
Ann Allen and Georgia McKenzie. Other relatives who residein Here from Tampa is Mrs. Rudolph Butler, Rita and Al Tysonto regular meals, andaround-the-clock attention. Parents must
the New York and Philadelphia areas also attended. visit with daughter Rudy Murray and her husband, Elsworth. provide transportation for their child The staff, directed by
Rose Hutchinson, Carver schoolmarm and barber, Charles Robert Howard Valdosta is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mrs. Dinah Larkin, will begin preparations for opening day
Smith are visiting friends in Atlanta. Annie Oliver of South Miami. (August 28)) ON August 21. To register your child, call Mrs.
Mary C. Wright, student at Florida Memorial College is Home and recuperating after a stay in the hospital are Mar- Susan Wright or Mr. Willie Radding at CE 8-7613. Reverend
horns for a rest before returning for the fall term. Roscoe Mul- John A. Ferguson is the pastor.
jorie Young, Thelma Outler, Thomas P. Johnson,
Rev Alexander Allen spent two weeks with his daughter, drow.

Monica Smith at Daytona Beach; whileCleomiand Delores were Lady Esther Spries, formely Panama City, who now lives Mrs. Samuel Armstrong (Queen) and Mrs. Albert Hepburn
in California. in Omaha, Nebraska was a weekend guest of the D. A. Julius (Dorothy) are home again following a hectic three days(Au-
After an absence of 10 years, the Frederick S. Hayes and Sorry to read about the fire that swept through the utility gust 11 13)) at the Florida State PTA Congress' Summer
their children, Wylene, Frederick Jr. and Yvonne are renew- room of Louise and Reuben Mitchell causing a n estimated Workshop in Daytona on the campus of Bethune-Cookman
ing friendships before going to Astoria Oregon. They come to $2,000 damage.
t 2 in Puerto Rico.While in Miami they are lege.Participants
Miami after years Richard Weather ley, executive director Miami's Economic in the workshop carried out its theme, "The
houseguest of Mrs. Emma: Burney of 3762 Florida Avenue. Opportunity Program, has been named a director of the Na- PTA Prepares for Unification," by discussing plans for an in-
Emma Brasfield is all smiles, since hubby, Sgt. Thomas tional Association for Com munity Development,a private,non- tegrated PTA with officials of the Florida Council of parents
Brasfield is home on leave. profit organization with offices in Washington. and Teachers. Plans for the merger were not completed.
Out-of-town friends here for Gardiner's funeralon
Anthony Get-well wishes to Eneas Gibson,Ann Pinkston,George Fol-
Mrs. Mildred Walker and Alexander Stubbs
Saturday were ,
som, Ida Davis Butler at Jackson; Jessie Smith Shannon,
Hartford, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. James: T Marshall, Atlanta; Cedars; Clarence Gaitor, athomeAnnNesbittatJackson; and Mrs. Armstrong attended the workshop as President of the
Anthony Gardiner, Willie Fawkes and Dr. Burnside, Nassau; Willie West at Mercy. Dade County Council of PTAs. Mrs. Hepburn, who is the Pre-
and Ansel Saunders, Chicago. Timothy and Maxine Mangham christened their baby daugh- sident of the Mays High School PTA and Secretary of the Dade
Vacationers who took the California tour were Libby Allen, I Council, attended the workshop as a delegate.
ter last Sunday. The grandparents (Mr.and Mrs. Edmund De-
Ruth Blacknell, Gladys Brown, Delores Covin, Gladys Craw-
voe) housed the reception at the 65th Street home.
ford, Marion Davie, Gevena Henry, Marion Henry, Hortense Turn-about-here from Nassau for a vacation are Theodoreand Popular vacation spot among Richmond residents is NassauIn
Robinson Doris Smith Lenora Smith Cleomie Smith Vic- the Bahamas. This week found
past Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Louise Maskey, guests of the Thomas G. Hannas; Eva Mae
toria Simpson, Leatha Williams Lillie Willis and Wilhelmina Poitier; Stephanie and Venessa Poitier,visiting uncle and aunt, I,Green (Clyde), Mrs. Walter Frierson (Jeannette), and Mrs.
Kelly. the Cyril Poitiers. Ponce Gibbs (Floria) enjoying miny of the scenic attractions
Houseguests at the 68th Street home of Emma Ward are her ;on the island.
After three months stay with her daughter..and son-in-law,
sisters Mrs. Minnie West and Mrs.Katie Lou Thompson
James and Stareta Minter, Mrs. Pauline Smith has returnedto
nieces, Deborah and Carolyn and nephews,Stanley and Michael. New York.Franklin Seventeen-year-old Sandra Jeanne Stringer took firstplace
They flew in from Chicago. pinckney returned to the Army after visiting his :[In Sunday's Speech Contest, at Bethel Baptist Church. For her
Oscar and Dorothy Weaver Jetted to Atlanta for a vacation family. Franklin is the son of Mildred and Augusta Pinckney. ,winning speech, "What we can accomplish with God," Sandrawas
sister, Laura Weaver of Rome met the pair for a visit with presented an engraved plaque. Sandra, who is the daughter -
Hilma is in New York with her
his mother, Mrs. Laura H. Weaver. Mrs. Kemp vacationing I of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stringer (Rosemary) is an active
Congratulations to Frances T. Scott and Oral Allen who re- daughter, Mrs. Lula Tharpe, of Brooklyn and son,Nolan Kempof I member of Bethel and is vice president of the senior class at

ceived master's degrees at F AMU. .. Welcome home, Sandra Beacon. Miami Killian High School.
Darville, daughter of Mary Darville who was stationed in tur- Mrs. Gladstone Poitier who has been spending her vacationin
key for two years with thePeace Corps. Miami, returns to her home in Connecticut this weekend.She Her opponents ware Wilhelmina Brown and Carolyn Howard.Vilhelmina .
Clarissa Jones and Victor Cobham were married Saturdayin was the house guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bloneva ( whose speech analyzed love, is a member of
Mt. Hermon AME Church of Opa-locka.After a wedding tripto Monroe. Bethel and a junior at Killian. She is the daughter of Mr. and
Jamaica, the couple will live in Miami. Larry Batchlar, long Negro employee of the Miami Metro Mrs. Eugene Brown(Gladys).Carolyn,a Junior at Howard Uni-
Visiting Mr. Dennis Smith at his 67 Street home are his News Bureau, has resigned and taken a job with the Ministryof versity in Washington, D. C. challenged the audience with
nieces, Constance Blair, her husband, Alfred and daughter, Tourism at Freeport, Grand Bahama. Let's hope that another her provocative speech in which she related God to the troubled -
Faye of Houston, Texas and Gwendolyn Smith, Detroit. Negro moves into his spot here times. She Is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Clifford Howard
Jim and Fran Chambers entertained for Al and Jimmie Charles and Ella Hadley have returned from a vacation that I([Mamie).
Braeshear of Dallas. took them to Washington, D.C.and Expo '67 in Montreal, Canada -

Nassau continues to be tops on the lists of favorite vaca- The contest was sponsored by the Teenage Commission of
tion spots those enjoying a bit foreign flavor were Eloise Miamians attending the 31st Annual Boule of Sigma Gamma Bethel, with Isaac Hargrove as its president. Mr.Donald San-
Smith, Myrtle Bullard, Mytis Williams, Dorethea Payne, Rho Sorority in Detroit were Eunice Liberty,Allene V. Taylor, ders Is the group's advisor.
Theresa and Gaylord Payne, Theresa Curtis, Samuel and Verneka Silva, Mible Barlow and Gwendolyn Cherry .
Geraldine Johnson, and Delores Bethel.Mr. Carl Prime, 141 Florida Avenue, a mathematics teacher at
and Mrs. HUlman Harris and mother, Mrs.Ozie thorn- Mays High School, Goulds, participated in a six-week program
ton attended the funeral of their uncle and brother-in-law at at Stevens Institute of Tecnology 10 Hoboken,N.J., specifically 1
Cuthbert, Georgia. After the funeral they visited relatives and designed to provide the teachers with further grounding in
did main visit the fundamentals of the science and mathematics courses which 1
friends in Atlanta. So Char M. Smith Atlanta.
Motoring to Jacksonville to visit relatives and friends were they teach
the Fred Martins and son,'Fred Jr. Miss Gladys B. Brown has returned to the magic city after ORIVE IN THEATRE
Herbert and Evelyn Williams will mother, Mrs. Stokes vacationing in California Nevada, Mexica and several other
and nephews, Reggie and Blair vacationed In California. Western States.
Miamians attending the National phi Delta Kappa Sorority The families of Miss Edna Starke and Miss Caretha Bowl *. ..

Conclave at New Orleans were Mary Lou Nixon, Mildred Fran- are happy over their return, however, Mrs. Roll was injured Nkws Wake _
cis, Herbert and Marjorie Rhodes, Richard and Helena Holton in a fall during their return. Their tours include, Montreal, \ up
and son, Rickey and Johnnie Lee Patten. Quebec, Expo '67, Toronto, Niagra Falls, Buffalo, N. Y., De- Make love!
troit, Chicago, Ruby Falls Caverns,Sliver Springs and Cyprus
The Lonnie (Elizabeth)Pittmans, daughter, Hesterine,along
with nieces, Mary and Alvena motored to Shelby, N. C. for a Fall over 7I
reunion with family and friends. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

Our Southernmost city, Key West, was the choice vacation Let ma find my happiness,0 master, in serving the needs of laughingg!!!
spot for David and Noel Cobbs and children. <()others
Ezell and GwendolynGoosby and children, Pamela and Terry
motored to Eastman, Ga.to visit relatives and friends But I ;
the Richard (Florine) Welches and children,Aida and RichardII
Phonoi NA
motored to Titusville to visit her cousins,Stanley and Willie Notary Public||

Mae Pinder and family. Stanley is a master plumber at Cape
Kr:l\edy. Then, on to Orlando to visit father and Mrs. Nelson ax

Pinder and bmily.Wednesday 4. 'tnl1leu 'Wettil1g
morning Opal G. King demonstrated her hair- <
straightening by Thermal heat to the students and faculty of AND ASSOCIATES
The Miami Academy of Beauty Culture. MILDRED
Tony Ferguson, popular mortician, (Range) drove his 1967 /7 PUBLIC SERVICEPublic REDFORD.FONDA'BCHA.LlS .N ATWICN
Volvo to Washington, D. C. for the wedding of a former class- Joseph L. Levme'
mate last Saturday evening. After the wedding Tony toured the Relations Consultant I
Northeast and Canada.Congratulations Theatrical Editor The Miami Tlmos! :l

to Faye Williams, daughter of George Wil- L'J.
liams and Opal G. King. Faye jetted infrom the University of .
16351 NW 18th Placa (Bunch Park) Miami Florida I .
Wisconsin, where she received a master's degree in Com A Stanley!lake,-C,

m jnicative Disorders, with honors 101...-.__.... 1

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday August- 18.. 1967 7

A Music, Date with Carver YMCALast 'I

Wednesday, the Car-
ver YMCA was fortunate ," .
enough to have as our guest ,,:,,;;: ,; .,. ,.'......, ,,' ,, .:. ,: <. '
the Bobby Kendrick Trio from -1
M .
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the Bonfire Lounge and two ____
guest vocalist; Mrs. Sandra
Lashley, from the Hampton
House and Mr. Wally Futch, '.
from the Cadillac Lounge.
LITTLE RED BOOK: Joyce McGriff(neck In harness They were invited by the Instrumental -
from auto spill) and otelia Lewis off to Nassau on Pan Am Department of the
Flight: ivkxaiuiuojr Rofnrifav ai a* "i .r.>...m... Former ____,_.!.... ... .. ... 'Y' which Is under the Instruc
choreographer Frank Butler carting his if fr ..." tion of Mr. Robert Thomas. ty y F ..
baby daughter Tammy around. Helen I e,) "t'.H.'. ... .. '\. The trio consists of Mr.
Forbes-Smith, struck by lightning' last \ Bobby Kendrick on Piano, Mr.
Tuesday ayem while enroute to work at '' '.- ) Robert Thomas on bass and s --
jAckson Memorial, imondlng: at home ,"\.'''&'i:" tJJt.' Mr. Rueben Hepburn on
The William '. : ''.. ) 1. : The trio rendered
(Betty) Burroughs now in new !; ''',1'' "' '' .'' Drums. a" ,.t .
Lake Front home Alstine ', : several numbers from the ;r,4 M.Mr.
Lynch and .....ft."j. '
Addle Lois Bullard back from New Provi- It'....... ., .r..,. .. Sound of Music. One of the ., 4
dence Buster parks back home from ., .. selections "Do-re-me" was
Boston, Connecticut, New York and New '.w}htx used to show and explained by
Jersey visiting relatives and lends. .Helen RobinsonCul- Mr. Thomas, who was actingas _
mer mending at home after hospital surgery. The justice master of ceremonies, the
(Mary) Richardson sporting a new '67 Buick Electra. Atty way music is made of scales.
and Hazel Matthews back from Cape Kennedy. Mrs. Lashley, a member of
the staff, gave two selections;
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Violet Strachan escorted her daughter "Summertime and "Quite
Barbara Jean Gillette up to Niagara Falls. N. Y., where Nites." Her smooth style and From left to right is .Bobby Kendrick on piano, Wally Futch, guest vocalist, I
Barbara and soldier-hubby Robert (back from Vietnam) will velvety like voice was enjoyed Reuben Hepburn on drums, Sandra Lashley, singing and Robert Thomas on bass.
make their new home .William and Selonie Knowles- by all. August 18, the Carver Mr. Thornton and Staff,cordially enthusiasm shown by the
Roberts now proud grandparents. Their daughter Nera has a Mr. Wally Futch captivated Branch YMCA will presentit's invite you to come see youngsters, Mr. Raymon
Pink Bundle should be about 14 days old this weekend. Police the audience with his color- annual Open House Day what the students have been Thornton, the director,has
Lt Leroy Smith's wife Lenora (St Agnes' church oriole) ful and lively song and dance program, "Culture through actively engaged In,by par arranged to make It possible to
and Hyder Davie's traulein Marianformer FAMU queen)along routines. Leisure" at 8:00 p.m., in the ticipating In our summer ac- extend the program through
with Margaret Miller touring California state and environs After the outstanding per- auditorium located at 5770 NW tivities. September 1. It is hope by extending -
. Florrie Roberts-Osgood to Bahamas and Mexico. Un- formance of Mr. Futch, a 15th Avenue. EXTENSION OF PROGRAMDue the program, the
official mayor of Matecombia Charley Glinton up from the Keyson select group from the instru- The staff at the 'Y' under to the success of the children will be greatly bene-
weekly tour of the Domestic mental class was given an opportunity direction of
Caddy city. J. R. Raylor's the Mr. Raymond program this summer and the fited.
Tailors from Third Avenue to 54th Street. to participate with Thornton, has arranged for
the Kendrick trio inrenderingtwo your enjoyment a presentationof
SALT WATER TAFFY: Ancient m. v, Ens K's chef(of 1925)) selections.To : Creative and Modern Danc-
Joe Williams' 15-year-old dotter Loletia, was so thrilled with end the program Mr. ing, Instrumental and Choral
her 11-day Nassau stay and an 8 day jaunt to San Salvador Thornton request that the trio Music, Speech and Drama,an
that she told mommy Mozella Williams that she'd just love to play selections from Mary exhibition of Arts and Crafts,
live In the isles but permanently. Nassau businessman Poppins which enabled the en- and demonstrations in Judo,
Wilfred Bowe back from Winston-Salem, N. C., where he recently tire membership to take an active Fencing and Karate.
purchased a mountain palace, off for Nassau and home part In the program.
Bashful Bonnie Stirrup, her dotter Debbie and niece Through the enthusiasm of The Carver 'Y,' as you i
Romana Jackson, along with friends Ruby La whom and Delores the youngsters it was shown know Is a reputable, dynamic
Sands planed out last Friday for Nassau and a three-day vacation that the program was greatly organization. Primarily Interested -
Keep-U-Neat bosses LeviandLeola Johnson are enjoying enjoyed, and they are looking In providing facilities
a week on the island of pink pearls as a gesture from forward to more programslike for the youngsters of the com-
visiting Miami houseguest Ernest Adderley of NYC. this. munity.in r

THE WEEK'S WASH: After planning a Bahamian hop for the Hallandale When the attending nurse at Jackson Mem-
third time, Carrie Keel once more had to cancel out due to her orial warned Judy Conklin-Bain that she would have her next
dad Alfred Sanders' highway auto death Mariana,along with child arriving on her birthday, she refuted Sister Nightingaleand
two of her cousins Alfred and Donald Sanders, who also died failed to believe her. Then, Bingo! On August 2 (Judy's
birthdate) here comes a son, Judy's fifth. Judy and her hubby Cleve Edmond is of the
in the crash. Sylvia Please, Carrie's pal, scheduled for the presenting two members of
hop was disappointed too Carmel Graham back from camp "Cadillac"' Bainallreadyhavefourgirls. That's it brother, the Bobby Kendrick trio gifts of keyholders and brace
Mahachee In Coral Gables, off to Tallahassee to visit grand- from your one-man-newspaper: who knows everybody and let, which were handmade and crafted by the youngstersin I
mommy Lottie Ward and g ran d- n lee e Andrea Greene everybody's racket, but who is allways giving some poor sucker the Arts and Crafts shop. ,
houseguesting with sister Marguerite Ward- Davis In Raleigh, a break!

N. C. Harriett Worley's son Peter, headed for medical
career atMeharry's Medical College, sporting Mustang prior
to his sojourn to Nashville, Term... James E. Jarrett still a
dapper holdover from the 1920's 1 Why Not Have

THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Former Mia m Ian Kelsey Mc-
Kinney, who recently suffered amputation of two toes from a
job accident in his adopted home of Philadelphia,now reportedto *
have lost the entire right foot. Dr and Mrs James E. flw
(Idella Heastie) Hogan vacationing in St Louis at medical meet
. Overheard at Soul's Place: He's so nutty that if they sent I
him up 'as an astronaut he'd try to return by cab D. W. j I
(Prof) Wilson recuperating at Jackson Memorial hosp.. A'r / Delivered to Your Home
Houseguesting with Mrs Della B. Carey and daughter Emily
(Brown Eyes) Pittman is brother-uncle Joseph(Sammy)Carey
from,Nassau-In-the-BaJamas: : ) .. Street Scene: Those two
brazen floozies arm-locking their affections at 11th and 3rd && BY MAIL
as they saunter lazily along the pavements. I

STUFF AND SUCH:Jacob Dean won't make that planned Nas-
sau flight'til around the Xmas holidays Excelsior Press % 1- EVERY FRIDAY
boss Edward E, Davis toying with idea of a too-soon Orlandoor
Tampa vacation But Davis Printery boss J. Henrico MORNING'
Davis(no kiii) hustles offtobusiness retrieving his V-'Less
lingerie from the cleaners. .Barbara Grundy, Tommy Pitt-
man and Irwin (Fido) Curtis at the Satellite Lounge but at
different tables Reginald Sandilands and the Cotton Club
have pfffted The most-refreshing Coke that rye enjoyedIn
some time was the refresher I had last Saturday while sip ,
ping In the company of four darling matrons- Mesdames Katie than 10
He a s tie, Sarah Newbold Clementine Hamilton and Viola per copy
Heasti-Ho-KIng deep down at S. Bayshore's Waverlylm Motel.

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Eartherine Haywood, the RN, J'.,., ... ,... .. ... .. ,isssII sSIsses.sI IUISISSSIosIps:
to foot injury.Her most recent encounter laid her
seems prone ( ) 1 YEAR -$5.00 ( ) 6 MONTHS$3.00 :
up after a bicycle rpoke pierced her tootsie. West Dunbar
Moll to 6530NWl5th Av.nu., Miami, Flo. 33147 :
elementary principal Walton Young-Robinson ill at home. .
Hortense Robinson on tour to California and Mexico. Bonita Fill In
North joined hubby Quentin who's already over on the Nassau : NAME :
Isle a bs orb Ing the sun, sea and surf.Accompanying Bonnie
were Timothy and Constance Williams. .And Willie C. Far- and =
mer and his squaw Ada,with grandson Michael chose the same
foreign port for their vacation trek. .. The Flewellyn (Gladys) ; ADDRESS -
Lynches with brother Flournoy back from their Philly retreat Mail
. Noel and Cleomie Bloomfield agreed with sister Lottie, '
so they joined her In Raleigh, N. C. as houseguest of sister DUA Y" : CITY STATE ZIP CODe :
Marguerite Davis shifting In 2nd gear: Bethune elementary T
assistant principal Mazie Edge to assistant principal at West Chuck ( ) Monty Ordtf ( ) for $......... U .nclocvdTHE -
Dunbar elementary. Grandpop Johnny Davisformer Har- .........,..,....II....'....1..'...............1.t............."'......,........:
lem Gardens mixologist) daughter Bernice and grandarlings
off to Nassau. William Jolly bedded at Sunny Isle hospital

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,hr 4>+f -" .:,.?' ..tc Phil a Ossofer '

Matt reveals his true self In
r times of stress. I see this in
the comments ofthosewhotellme
that the Negro's civil
rights cause has been set back
100 years because of the r-
cent rioting. When -person
telfs me this, fie is revealingtwo
he apparently does not consciously -
recognize. .i

The United Golfers Association 41st Annual National First, he is telling me thatit
Tournament is upon us.We are surrounded by folks from ever- is not the Negro, but him-
wherel! Welcome to Miami, y'alll! They have five big days of self who Is going back 100
golf and entertainment planned beginning MondayatLeJeuneand -- ( years in his relationship with
Miami Springs Golf courses The Press Conference Is r the Negro. The second thing he Miss Sandra Darville, the
Friday; registration is Saturday and Sunday until midnight; .. aIS is telling me is that he never daughter of Mrs. Mary Dar
Juniors will get together for a get-acquainted party on Sunday; t" really believed in equal rightsfor yule and the late Nathaniel
UGA Night Buffet and Splash Party on Tuesday night; Bridge \ ; a Negroes Regarding the Darville, has returned home
Tournament and '. first he is after two years abroad. Miss
Cardparty on Thursday night and the big award point, rejecting the
night is with ball ; '. ," 't N., 20th is D ar v 11 l I e taught English In
Friday night a trophy at the Sir John Knight .... centuary, and burying
Beat. The public is invited to come out and watch the play and \ himself in the traditional past. Turkey and traveled exten-
to watch the golfers receive their trophies and dance with themon He fears the day of reckoning, sively while abroad.She visit-
Friday night. Lee Elder is takingon all "comers" for his and reverts to the past hoping ed Switzerland, France, Eng-
title In the Pro Division Ann is that will land, and while in Rome she
; Gregory defending her cham- day be put off as longas
pionship; Dave Brown; Thomas Weston; Junior Ronald Terry; "" i ,' '.. he lives.He does not realize visited the Vatican. Miss Dar-
"';! .' ,
jJ"\ ft\ ville will be with the
Junior Toya Jackson, and Senior Women's Champion Alice \; .' that this is a curative process, probably
Stewart, are all defending titles In their divisions.This t ": .' for the rumbling of protest Dade County School Systemor
} "1,
promises to be a great tournament, and City and County ,,, .' ":, ,": against discrimination and the Civil Service in the fall.

Officials; golf course managers and personnel, and businessmen clashing of violence betweenmen
and patrons all over the country are supporting this affair over these inequalities is -,
in your city.Will you come out and forma gallery for these U.S. Customs AidMrs. like the thunder and lightning >I

fine players? Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday you will find which foretell the refreshingrain
golfers on both courses Thursday and Friday will be the top : Ada J. McCall, a native apply to the merchandise If that feeds the world of nature -
players competing at Miami Springs. Par and Birdie Club Is of St. Louis, Missouri, is there have been any increasesor and fosters growth.As .
the host.PRETTY. employed as a Customs Aid reductions, these can af- to the second point,a sincere 'F.
(Liquidating) by the Regional fect the amount of duty collected belief in a principle can
BOY OF THE WEEK: Dan' Russell Office, U S. Customs here in on imports as much as not be shaken by any event,regardless -
Miami. variations in quanity. All of how violent, for if it H'
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Lucille Maddox Jackson these things must be checkedfor is true that ALL Americans
She graduated from
Memorial HospitalVIP legal accuracy and cor- have certain inalienable
school in Wickliffe, Ohio She
rectness since all actions rights, the uncontrollable actions -
received a degree in secretarial MRS. LOUELLA GRAYSON
OF THE WEEK: Georgia Me Jones taken by the custom technicalaid of a few violent protesters -
science from De Paul
could be appealed to the does not alter their claimto Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Grayson -
University Chicago
Reading the other day where we have one million rats in Dade and is Customs Court. these rights. As I see it,the former residents of
now working on a degree -
County. There is one rat to every one person(approximately). from M'.amf-DadeJunlor Mrs. McCall's aim is to become chips are down and the bluffersare Bronx, N. Y. has purchased a
Someone nude the suggestions that each person kill one rat, College in Office Managementand a Journeyman liquidator.She throwing their cards. new home here in Miami. Mr.
and that would take care of the rats.It's not as simple as that. Business Administration. is married to James, a If my words seem to indi- Grayson, after working 43
We must be careful about where and how wa put out our gar- Dade County band and orches- cate that I condone violence, years for N. Y. Central Rail-
bage. It takes all of us to ourselves of these pests, and we The duties of a Custom;;Aid tra teacher. They have been don't be misled. I deplore all road has retired and picked
must try. They breed sickness and disease, and we need no (Liquidating) are to calculate married for 19 years and have violence, regret that It has Miami, for their place to live.
more of that than we already have. Let's try a little harder. the correct amount: of duties one'daughter, Patricia, age 10 happened and I pray that will Mrs. Louella Grayson, for-
on merchandise imported into years. cease immediately. I do un- mer owner of Grayson Beauty
QJICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:We had visitors from Atlanta, the United States. To do this, derstand why violence Is Salon In the Bronx,has put her
Georgia in our fair city last week. They were officer Louis it is first necessary to examine MIAMI TIMES: taking place. It is the inevitable salon up for sale in N. Y.,and
Graham of the Atlanta Police: Department, who by the way isa the papers that describethe ADVERTISERSAppreciate result of certain unfor- will link up with the Florida
native Miam'an' ; Mr.Henry Taylor who is with Western Electric merchandise in detail(including your business. tunate events in our history... Beauticians She goes to work
In Atlanta and Officer Rollie T.Biggs of the Public Safety costs and quantities) They are courteous and the acceptance and mainten- for Chez Regis Beauty Salon
Department. Quentin North and Leo Arm'>rister, are off to for completeness and correct- dependable. Support them! ance of the institutions of slavery -. at 6909 NW 15th Avenue.
Nassau Speaking North,Charlie has set up a spot at the ness. To compute the duties and racial segregation.
Golf Courses and Registration space to help our golfers go to due on merchandise, Mrs.
Nassau after tourney time .Dave,Jr., has returned to Fort McCall must use information
Benning, after being home for 14 days leave. He sez it was contained in reports of inspec- WHY NOT DO YOUR
good to be hom3, We know it was nice having him around the tors, weighers and gaugers of
house again. .Mrs.Juanita Hooks and Mrs. Elouise Kennedyare the quantities actually imported. -
back at the old fort at Brownsville EOPI after an enjoyable In many cases, there are BANKING AT LINCOLN?
vacation Sam Moncur is on vacation, and using his time still other documents that
studying for his bar exams .Good luck Sam Yours truly must be examined and verifiedas
and Jim Tile Jones will be off to Nassau for a few days In Sep- to correctness. Mrs. Mc- Full Banking Service
tember to play golf and fight all over the Bahamas courses Call must also determine from
The Par and Birdie Club is raffling a pair of men's Foot-Joy import specialists' reports
shoes and a pair of w mrn's Foot-Joy shoes for the benefitof the value and rates of duty that With Hours TailoredTo
Variety Children's Hospital, during the UGA Tournament
Guess what?Garth Reeves is going to tee off in the tourna- 4
men on Monday, at 10.00 a.m Y'all com, that ought to be a Fit YourConvenience -..'
sight t I II! We found out about James Horne at the Times.
"Chickie' Madame Effie Throckbottom is his sister and James .,
Horne (Chickie's real name) is his brother They're really not
related Maym< is getting back at James (of the Times) .
for bringing her a DIET PEPSI.She needs a diet drink like she : "
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had many: friends in to help celebrate the day How many WIGS FROM 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON \I
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Lois Foreman are lending their talents tothe UGA Trophy Delgado de Oramas is now in
Ball to help entertain our visiting guests. Next Sunday nightIs
Night in Nassau. Clyde Killens is not only presenting that, 59.95ALL charge of Auditing at LNB.

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TIMES, Friday, August 18,

Urban, League. Meet Studies Tema"ers ,With Gam Jailed, fined ,:

rFine's and Jail sentenceswere of another He was sent to the sentence of three dais'and a rt;tf
: ,, .' given Monday to five Of Biff House for 14 days and fined fine ola5' ",
People The city "f
vs six Coconut Grove youngstersin $120. Lewis Williams, 17, of 3624
Hollywood by Municipal Larry Deans Evans, 17, of New Y o r k St., and Roosevelt I
The National Urban League of the Greater Miami Urban i Education of the Educators, Judge George Pallotto. The 3441 Grand Ave., pleaded Innocent Theodore Austin, 18, of 3201 !
opens its 57th Annual Confer- Leagu3 Youth Community Lisle C. Carter, Jr., Assis- youths were arrested Sunday to carrying a concealed Douglas Road pleaded like '
ence Sunday in Portland,Oregon Group, and Sumner Huychin- tant Secretary, U. S. Depart- with concealed weapons in weapon, but guilty to other Evans and received the same .
Speakers, panelists, and. ment of Health,Education,and their parked carSeventeenyearold. charges. He was given a jail fine and !!
workshops will deal
with -
the son.The -- -- sentence.'d
Welfare! and Kenneth
L. .
Conference themo; People vs.' League .m?ets in the .
The City? Challenge and Opportunity :wake of the worst spell of Mjinen, Vice President, Per- Hackler of 3180 Plaza St., the "' ',"
Meetings will con- racial violence in decades,and sonnel, American Airlines. sixth member of the group .,f'"'
tinue through August 24. will devote much of its atten- Four major questions will was granted 10 days to file defense ;

Mrs Louis Glasser, Presi- tion to discussion of the causesof be posed to the regional work- motion. He was chargedwith !
dent of Greater Miami Urbana the riots and proposals for shops which will form the Con carrying a concealed
racial I changes in the urban ference's working sessions: weapon.
ghettos The boys were picked up in
1. What needs to be done in the parking field of West Hollywood

Whitney M. Young,Jr.,NUL your city to improve the con- Elementary School at
executive director,will deliver ditions of Negroes? 5.42 a.m. Patrolman John s5rw N.Ie.s laere 'q ,
the keynote address to- 2. Who are the people who Childers said he found .32 and '
night. Other major speakersat can make the decisions to do .38 caliber pistols under the *4P M eisr
the Conference will be U.S. something about changes front seat of their car and a
Senator Edward W,Brooke(CR- which need to be made? .32 caliber pistol in the head- r
Mass.: ), Ersa H. Poston, Pre- 3. Why don't they mike the liner. .
sident, New York State Civil decisions? FaI
Service Commission, and 4. What can be done to help The teenagers reportedly -
Courtlandt S. Gross, Directorand the right people make the de- told police they were returning

Chairman, Finance Committee .. cisions? to Miami at the time .
J c a + Lockheed Corporation. of the arrest, after visiting ..
friends in Ft. Lauderdale.John ; ;

Wesley Preston, 17,of ,S
About 1,000 delegates from
3714 Washington Ave.,received
the Leagues' 84 affiliates and
the hardest blow from Judge
MRS. LOUIS GLASSER business, labor, church, government Pallotto. He was sentenced to I II a. .............-... ...... aa1 ."i-
League, will head a delegationat and civic I leaders 48 days In jail and fined $315.
the league's national con- will attend the sessions.The Mr. and Mrs. Alexander McDugle of 5100 NW 19th Avenueare
ference. Mrs. Glasser is Preston pleaded guilty to just back from a fun cruise to Nassau aboard the completely -
scheduled to deliver a talk on Conference working charges of permitting an un- air-conditioned S. S. Bahama Star Eastern Steamship
the problem.; that exist in Mt- sessions will be devoted to an licensed driver to operate his Lines' popular cruise ship. With the Rahama Star tied rightat
am'!. analysis of the current racial vehicle obstruction as a dis- the dock in downtown Nassau,adjacent to the straw market,
situation and the present guised ; disorderly it was easy to shop,swim, sightsee and enjoy native calypso,
status of efforts to close the ; limbo and rhumbas at night. Of course, there was entertain-
Representing the staff of the conduct by failure to give a
racial gap. League statisticsto ment aboard ship too addition to fine meals. all Included -
local Urban League will be its reasonable account; carryinga
be released at the
Confer- in the fare.MERCHANTS.
executive secretaryT.Wlllard concealed weapon; and un-
ence, show that the economicand
Fair who is slated to lawful use of a driver's
social position of Negro
make two addresses at the license.
conference. Mr. Fair.will citizens is actually worseningin Answers to these questions
relation to the white
speak on ways and means to popu- form the basis for positive action Nathaniel Davis, 19, of 9330
expand the Urban League Guild to move local power Plaza St., pleaded guilty to ob-
and also on things done by a Tomorrow's plenary ses- structures to attack ghetto struction by a disguised per- APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

Southern city as related to the sion will hear analyses of the problems. By identifying son, no driver's license, dis- THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
summer crisis. Others in the current scene by Dr. HylanG. problem areas and the people orderly coiulirt by tin ire to
delegation from Miami i are Lewis J Howard University who can solve them, and then give reasonable account and PLEASE PATRONIZE THEMI!

Mrs. Ann Lindsey Pirkard, Professor of Sociology, and developing plans to get action, displaying the driving license
president of the Urban League Charles E. Silberman, Direc- the League hopes to achieve
Guild,'Eric Yeager, president tor, the Carnegie Study of the major changes in its 84 cities.In .
addition {developing
strategies' for change on the
local level, the Conference
NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY! will hear major proposals for

NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU national action to end the underlying -

causes of the riots,
and announcements will be
STATION DRIVERS made of major newprograms.Officers : .
for the will be
elected, and eleven new members
Employment Service will be named tothe NUL
Board of Trustees.
Over 20 Yean S.rvlc. In Miami

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persons were victim
of fatal shootings Sunday and QUALITY
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, two Miamians were chargedwith

Medical Cost Is up 5% this year over 1966, murder
rise. Mrs. Lee. A. Fletcher, 55,
continuing a 20-year
* was Jailed on a charge of first SEAFOOD CENTER
degree mirder. She was accused -
The American Hospital Association esti- of killing her husband,

mates that hospital cost will rise 15% per James, 54, in the bathroom of 5759 NW 27th Ave.
year through 1970. The 1966 average one- their homo at 1066 NW 100th

day cost per bed patient was $49.00; may go Terrace.Sheriff's said
Lt. John Esty
$58.00 in 1967 in 1968 $77.00 in
to ; $67.00 ; neighbors "heard loud
1969 and $88.50 in 1970. quarreling and a shot' late Sa- 635-4794

Fletcher died ofa
* turday night.
single bullet wound in the

Are you and your family adequately covered? stonuch.

See a representative of Pending a preliminary

CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYHe Jury hearing action and, Mrs.possible Fletcher Grand is It's a great pleasure to serve you.

held in the Dade
being County
will assist you .in overcoming this high

Medical Cost. Do this today. Accidents do Jail.Willie Burden, 42, of 3328 Come to see me.

not wait. Williams Avenue, Coconut
I Grove, was charged with the
Central Life Insurance other shooting. He was accus- You will Merchandise
ed by police of second degree ,
milder after the death Cecil
Company of Florida ;
Grant, 27, of 3101 Carter St.
According to Miami officerJ. and Always Service With a Smile.
1416 North Boulevard. W. Hill, the two men were
in an argument early Sundayat
Tampa, Florida 33607 ; the Tikki Club In Coconut Leon

I! Grove when the shooting '
DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE I occurred. Grand died at Jackson .
Ij j Memorial Hospital at 5:30

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Lawrence E. Batchlar, for selected as the
The above honor students at Bethune-Cookman College shown after graduation Outstanding
are Mrs. Robert King of 2379 NW
the past four a public Medical( in
years ., Specialist (h-the-
ceremonies held recently in Daytona Beach. The four cum laude graduates are: 55 St., Miami,has received his,'
I relations agent for the City of Job Training Class at the U. S.
Abigail Thompkins of Miami, Korono Ingram Bradley, Green Cove Springs; Norma Miami in its Department of first US Air Force duty as- Army Hospital, Bad Cannstatt
Musulue Cisco Monrovia, Liberia; and Lemuel Clark, Ocala./ Publicity and Tourism,has signment after completingbasic from October 3, 1966 to Jan-
been named of the training at Lackland .
manager 3 1967.
uary ,
I' Ground Rules Laid for Metro Bahamas News Bureau office AFB, Tex.
at Freeport, Grand Bahama. He has been assigned to In recognition of this
Malmstrom AFB, Mont., for achievement, Calvin was pre-
Takeover of Relocation ProgramThe Batchlar, at one time an. training and duty as a secur- sented with a $25.00 United
advertising salesman for The ity policeman. He becomes a States Savings Bond, a per-
Miami City CommIs- Department of Housing i and m'ssion! sa id the city needs Miami Times, was the first member of the Strategic Air sonal trophy and his unit, the
sion wanted to be sure Mondaythat Urban Development is necessary more housing i inspectors to Negro hired by the city pub- Command which maintains 128th Evacuation Hospital is
M i a m I's Neighborhood every year before a city keep its good standing with the licity department. He was responsible America's constantly alert being awarded a plaque with
Relocation Program would not can receive U. S. funds. federal government, and Indicated for bringing many force of intercontinental missiles Calvin's name inscribed
suffer when it is taken over by Undertake certain emphasis it wants Metro to hire Negro conventions to Miami. and jet bombers. thereon
.Mtro on October 1. of the code compliance program them.
City Hall wants to know before recommended by the The Miami City Commission I
that date. Mi?tro officials Community Renewal Program recommended a separate Florida Credit Unions Hit New Hiah
said they will report early next within three years after the Housing Appeals Board so -
transfer. Federal credit unions in providing financial security residential. The 11,941 Fed-
week. persons complaining about inspection -
Florida registered for substantial number of eral credit unions chart
Submit new highsin a are
The City Fathers asked thecounty's to the city managerand ; reports at their
annual assets, savings and loans in American citizens.These em- ered and supervised by the
"assurance' that report on housing homos "will not be handicapped -
Metro will Launch a minimum code enforcement and relocation by inadequate appeal pro- 1966, Robert P. Bynum,Regional ployee organizations promote Bureau of Federal Credit Un-
code compliance program in of families displaced inside cedures." Assistant Commis- savings by their members and ions of the Social Security Administration -
sioner of the Social Security provide a source of loans at a which is an
the city which will be good Miami. It also asked that Metro establish
Nine Administration in Atlanta,announced reasonable interest rate.They agency within the Departmentof
enough to satisfy federal re- "potential problem? a housing court and lift
today ar e chartered to serve employees Health, Education,and Weifere. -
certification requirements.Certification that the transfer may generate its standards code in line with
by the U. S. were listed,. The com the city's. Year end figures compiledby of an industrial or .
------- the Bureau of Federal Credit business establishment,local, James T. Coats serves as
Unions n show that assets state and Federal employees, Regional Representative for
rose 13.1 percent to including local school systems the Bureau of Federal Credit
$175,836,000 and loans out- and colleges and univer- Unions for the States of Ala-
The losfB/g/ Week, Sun. Aug. 20 standing totaled $143,271,000, sities. He also noted that some bama, Florida,Georgia Miss.,

up 14.2 percent. from the pre- credit unions serve membersof N. Carolina, S.Carolina,Tennessee -
vious year. fraternal and religious and the Canal Zone.Information -
8 p.m. groups as well as residents of can be obtained
The number of Federal Credit well-defined rural or small from Mr. Coats by writing to
Unions in operation increased town communities. Room 404, 50 Seventh Street,
The BIG GOSPEL TENTA by 24 percent to 295. NE Atlanta, Georgia 30323.
Membership in these credit An increasing number Nationally, Federal credit
unions grew 9.9 percent to of these institutions are pro- union assets increased 9.7
306,768. The average share- viding their members with percent to $5,668,941,000 and
GREAT CITY-WIDE REVIVALCorner hold of members was$498 and counseling on family financial loans outstanding rose 11.9
the average loan made was affairs.
percent to $4,323,949,000.
54th Street and 25th Avenue, Northwest $791. Credit unions are private Members' savings reached
Bynum "the
growth of organizations whose members $4,944,033,000. Membershipon
Federal credit unions in 1966
have some common bond--oc- December 31, 1966,totaled
reflects their contribution to cupational, associational or Q..271.9R7..
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Mt. Sinai Baptist Church

SUNDAY NIGHT. AUGUST 27- 8 P.M. J. Rev Cleo 0. Albury, Jr., Pastor ,

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Round AboutTalk EOF/ Legal ServicesBY



,7 question often arises who has custody of an illegitimate
BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL I (!' child? Custody is usually determined in court proceedings.
These proceedings may take place in the Juvenile Court or the
OTIS REDDING IN THE SPOTLIGHT- Sunday, August 6, Circuit Court. If it takes place in the Circuit Court, a writ is
about 7 p.m. I got dressed and headed for the Brevoot Theateron directed to whomever has custody of the child, ordering the
Brooklyn's main drag, Fulton St. and Bedford Ave., where child brought before the court. Then the court determines the
"APO shows, Inc.," was presenting their 7th annual summer person or persons into whose care the child should be placed.
show of stars. Headlining this show was Otis Redding. Arriv- A The mother is, of course,entitled to first consideration sub-
ing at the theater, there were four lines of people reaching ject, however, to the best interest and welfare of the child.
about two blocks long, ten police cars and about 30 cops including Second, in consideration is the father. The courts invariably
a captain of police on hand to maintain order. Featured maintain I that the welfare and happiness of the child is the
on the show was Arthur Conley's "Shake, Rattle and Roll;" paramount consideration in a proceeding for its custody.Our .
Percy Sledges"Whena Man LovesA Woman," The Manhattans'
"When We're Made as One,"the Five Stair steps, "You Waited
Too Long," James Car's "You've Got My Mind Messed Up" discussion now will answer the question, how to adopta
and "Dark End of the Street," Betty Harris' "Near to You," 4 child? It will deal primarily with the procedure aspects of
the Mar Kays' "Soul Finger and special feature, Betty Swan the proceedings. A petition is made to the court by those seek-
with "Make Me Yours." There are no words to express Otis Mrs. Zola Jiles Sullivan, formerly principal of R.R. Moton ing the adoption. With this petition is submitted the consent of
Reddings performance, except say Otis commands,demandsand Elementary School has been awarded an NDEA Fellowship by the parents and of those who have custody the child. Where
masters his shows completely, with such hits as "I've the University of Illionois to do post graduate work for the the child may have arrived at an age set by the Statue, in
Been Loving You Too Long," "Those Arms of Mine," "Mr. 1967-68 school year. A professional leave has been granted by Florida the age is 12, the child's consent must also be in-
Pitiful," "Lovers'Prayer,"etc.Otis finished up with a stand the school board for this purpose. She is one of only ten per- cluded.
ing ovation such as I've never seen before. Otis is a man of sons selected from throughout the country to do advanced workin
soul from Macon, Georgia. Early Childhood Education under this Federal Grant.Studying -
MIAMI'S MUSIC STARS OF YESTER-YEAR AND TODAY with her will be her two children,Yolanda and David, look- There may be a required waitingperiodprior to the adop-
INTERNATIONAL Remember Al Cooper and the famous Savoy ing forward to education this year, ABC's Illinois style. tion during which time the adopting parents care for the child
Sultans (the greatest 111' band in the land) featured little Behind the plans and working dilligently with them is good in order to avoid later objections to the child after the adop-
George Kelly on tenor sax. One of the Sultans' greatest hits old dad,William David,a teacher at the West Homestead Elem.Jr. tion has occurred.The .
was, "Nothing is Better Than Love to Me." In the early High School.
forties Noble Sisle rehearsed his world famous band at the
character and social conditions of the adopting parents
Liberty City Pool.During that time Willis Jacksonstlll in high I Pop Hops For Teens Shifts to must of necessity be Judged the court to be suitable. In each
school) and Roy Rolle (from Coconut Grove)used battle with
case what is suitable will depend largely on the surrounding
the saxaphone. Willie Jackson by the record has become the
circumstances' e court gives consideration to "suitable" in
nation's USA number phonist. "Gaitor's Trail" rose to Later Hour
( ) one its relation to the adopting parents' financial ability, charac-
Music When Willie Jackson and his
number Survey.
one on Summer "Po;> H,);>5" being Donny G,Jimtny Griffin, Fred ter or environment. They must be desirable people, capableof
band in York it's Small's Paradise Count
New usually or
are spoisored free for young peo- Hanna, Nicky Lee, Rockin' giving the child a secure and decent home. The law, how
Basle! Nifo Club Trvlavlhow...
---, -, ple In sixofDadeCounty'sNegro Rogers, C. T. Taylor and ever, does comtemplate that adopting parents shall be of suitable
call Sam and Dave,Double Dy neighborhoods by pepsi- China Valles. age. For example, a man twenty-one )'earsold would not
namite."SamandDavewfth 6S Cola in cooperation with! the be permitted to adopt a woman twenty years old. The more
such hits as "You Don't Know Dade County Community Relations Bob Simmn, deputy direc- fact that one has reached an advanced age does not make it Im
Like I Know," "Hold On" Board are now being held tor of the Dade County Community possible for him to adopt a child. Everything depends on the
"When Something is Wrong With from 7-9 p.m. every Satur- Relations Board,which specific facts in each case.
My Baby,"and"Soothe Me' are day night. originated the free dance ideaas
the most copied and imitated "For the first five weeks wo part of an expanded sum
singers in the country. Their held each of the six dances mer recreation program, During the past century an essential change has been slow
style is supreme today.On tour, from 3 to 5 each Satur- termed the Pepsi Pop Hopsa ly t a king place in f a in i 1 y relationships.One featre of this
"Sam and Dave" are breaking p.m. HerbertG big success. We have averaged change is the inclination of courts to base their decision in
day, explained adoption proceedings less on the national rights of parents to
every record. Blanche of a turnout of from 1,200 to
loway (sister of Cab calloway) Paige Pepsi-Cola, general Bottlers manager Miami, 2,000 kids each Saturday,* he their children and more on the interest of the child and of so-
former band leader of international said. ciety as a whole.
Inc. "But we found that
of the first
fame One
weather was Just too hot for
Negro women to lead her own dancing at that timn ofdayand t r

orchestra a mi. She, now deals a resident in real of estate Mi- last week we changed the hours * * ** * * * i
and held the dances from 7 to
and serves her community with civil rights work. 9p.m, ., -tctc

"The turnout was much bet- vV.- A .' -+ctc
MIAMIANS IN NEW YORK- Mrs.Emily Thompson motor- ter and I'm sure everyone en- r VBINGO>
ing down to Miami "Labor Day wee with her son, Wayne, Joyed the dances more," said -
on his return to Miami University Elliot Graham(play disc Jockey stars from WAME
from Lauderdaleback Los Angeles at the 7th Ave.
boy Ft.
and W M B M encouraged the
Shalimar" (by Randolph) in Harlem. Roosevelt Branic in change in time. They are very
bus love to all Hall *
New York driving NYC ,sending Harvey enthuisastic about the whole
(actor) playing at the Newark Playhouse Sidney poitier's program." *
two big hits on B'way movies, "Heat of the Night" and "To As a result of the change,the
Sir, With Love." Browns yule Junior High *
School: is now being used instead *
"Make Me Yours" dedicated to(Edward Rhoda sponsored) of the Brownsville Community
Zethel Surrency Decathlon of'67 -68 Judy Gar- Center, where another / tJ
land and her teen kids, a smash at the B'way palace Theater activity was: already scheduled WIN HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS, '
Stevie Wonder's "I Was Made to Love Her" to Kathaleen on Saturday nights.
Swain, cute model "Knock on Wood, a Carla Thomas, Other dance locations used t\ 4 f'-tc
Otis Reding hit, dedicated to Dave Everett of 1581 NW 84th St. every Saturday from now : II IN CASH PRIZES *
Jeb (Mr. Emotions) Stuart, dance act getting New York through Sept. 1st include the e
raves .Aretha Franklin's"Respect"to my ace buddy, Reggie gymnasiums of George Washington :XX *

Sandiland. James (Dark PercytSledge'stnewarelease Carver High School, FRIDAY' & SATURDAY *
it Happen" slated for the top.. Mays High School, North Dade
"Just Out of Reach," dedicated to Jeanette Spraggins(Mrs. High, Northwestern and *
Sally Spraggins' HI girl) the greatest little "Anthony and the Booker T. Washington: High. *
Imperials," "You Only Live Twice," one life for yourself and The Dade County School Air Conditioned -
one for your dreams. This is Scoop Bethel saying, Time Board makes the gyms avail- *
and Tide wait for no man. So long. C-U-NX-Wk. able to the Dade County and BROWNSVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER *
City of Miami! Recreation Departments -X

dances, which and Pepsi-Cola supervisethe .c Z741 N.W. 49 Street *

picks up the tab for the enter- *
tainment provided such well- *

RADIO & TV REPAIR known DI's as Butterball, *$100.00 Jackpot Winner Fri., Aug. 11th

SERVICE CALL $3.00 r -tc Mrs. LIla Mae Mclaughlin j

N.W. 62nd St.
1488 *
696-3225 /COLORS GRAY IWRW.cX *

Ben Jordon, Jr., Prop. r 2 MESSES HAIR IN PUKE -X No Admission Charge 10*(: Per Card :** {!


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:*** \-_ Start 8:00 PM Sharp ** ."

Dancing & Fun 'Til 5 AM l-Ie -tc
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 18, 1967I

Daniel Lee of 2991 NW 45tb LilUe McNeal 134 NW Grady-Brinson of Delray

11 it 11th St. Apt. 2 died August 8. Beach, died on August ,8, in
MDIOllAlS DEATHS 1 St., died Friday, August ,
CARDS- \ $orgU Funeral
Thonwsvillejj ;
a local hospital. HeU*survive Services were held, Saturday held Tuesday
ed by his widow Mary; four from Mt. Zion Baptist Church. services ware
from the st.MlrJ's .
at 2:00
sons, Napoleon, Aaron, Daniel Among her survivors are: Two
Church. He is
Jr., and Charles three daughters sons, J. P. Wilson, Robert : Baptist
I: NOTE OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe Ella M. Jones; Cynthia Jenkins; one brother Aaron survived by one son Grady Jr.;

'.,'" \,.," family of the late family of the late Wilson and Dorothy Lee;three Armstrong; one sister RosaB. three sisters Mesdames,

brothers, Lewis, Morris and Walker nine grands,nieces Almota Marshall, Nao m !
John L.; thre sisters, and nephews.
brothers Matthew
Georgia and OUe Harris and ,

profoundly grateful to those C MUNTOSHacknowledges ; Viola Johnson. Funeral ser William H. Felts, 6227 NW Clifford Brinson..

who extended kind expressions vices were conducted Wednesday 14th Ct., died August 10. Ser-

courtesies,cards,telegrams with grateful August 16, at 1:00 p.m vices were held Wednesday, Sister Catherine Melvin:! of

and flowers during our appreciation your kind expression in the Triumph Church from Little Rock Baptist 13833 Jackson St., Richmond

bereavement.Our of sympathy during Church in Opa-locka. Amonghis Heights, died,August 10at her

I !1 sincere appreciation to their hour of bereavement. Jessie Phillips of 2043 NW survivors are wife,Emma; residence She is survived by

:* Rev. C. Albury, Jr., of the Mt. 43rd St.,died Saturday,August four daughters Mesdames, her h usb and Bishop Archie

: Sinai Baptist Church. David A. McIntosh, Sr. 12, in Jackson MamorialHos- Annie, Ira McFarland, Vera Mslvin; three sons, Charles,

', .I'. ..: .,., husband pital. He is survived I byhis Lewis and Utha Whitetwo; John and Anthony; two daughters
l ,I Joseph Downs David Jr. and Sgt, DanzilJ. Judy and Lauretta; four
.. wife, Annie; four daughters,, sons, William Alton, HenryG.
Roosevelt Downs and family McIntosh, sons Geneva Ziegler, Jessie Sandi- Felts and one sister Mrs. sisters; three brothers; six

A. J. DORSEY Naomi M. Sheppard, Marian lands, Annie Neal and Bonnie Lillie Felts. aunts and uncles. Funeral ser-

Dear friends, please acceptour IN MEMORIAMIn M. Dean and AnniebeileM Lee; one son, Melvin; eight vices ware held Wednesday,

heartfelt thanks for the :Intosh, daughters grandchildren; a sister, M:'s, Ed Conley, 1416NW 70th St., at 2 p.m from the Church of

many kindnesses extended to loving memory of our beloved Virgie Gaskin. Funeral ser- died August 13. Among his God of Prophecy.

us during the loss of our loved mother CARD OF THANKS vices will be conducted Saturday survivors are wife,Sally;four
one the late A. J. Dorsey. Willie Cecil Lee Grant,of 3501 Oak
August 19, .at 3.00: p.m sisters Mesdames,
visits and tender expres- Mrs D. A. (Laurel) Julius died August 13, at Jack
Your in the Triumph Church of Opa- Young, Mattie Brown,Lou Bell eve.
sions of sympathy, the beau- wishes to express her sincere locka. Harts, Elizabeth Fulth; and son Memorial Hospital. He is
thanks to friends and neigh his father Jimrne
.1 tlful flowers and palatable one brother L.C.Funeral ser- by

servings gave us a great mea bors for their many kind ex- Mrs. Linda Smith of 2133 vices Saturday, 11:00: a.m. in Lee; two brothers James and

sure of comfort during a most pressions of sympathy duringher NW 45th Street,died Saturday, the Liberty Chapel. D3amon; one sister Llllie M;
recent loss of her brotherIn one aunt Mrs.: Vannord Potts;
difficult time.A August 12, in th Jackson
special word of appreciation Jamaica Memorial Hospital. She is Mrs. Grace Williams, 3531 his adopted parents Mr. and

to The Jackson Memorial survived by her mother, Mrs. NW 208th St., Opa-locka, died Mrs, Amos Brown of Coconut

Hospital's staff, Canon C. F. Laurel Julius Sarah Lag r e e ; two sisters, August 10th. Among her sur- Grove The remains will be

Cooper and the Range Funeral IN MEMORIAMIn Msdam: : Dorothy Weldon vivors are husband, Samuel; shipped Friday, at 7 a.m. to

Home. { and Johnnie M. Beasley. Fun one son, Rev Fred. L. John Bainbridge, Ga., for funeral

Sincerely, Dorseys husband loving memory of my dear eral services will be conducted son; one adopted daughter, De- services.

Saturday, August 19, at loris; three brothers, Dannie,
12:30 p.m. In the Chapel. Nathan, King Solomon Wash- Monroe Mixwall of 22100

IN MEMORIAMEternal ington; four grands, Archie J. SW 22 St., Goulds died August

rest and may light MATTIE DAVIS Mrs. Ophelia Williams of Fred, Jr., Letitia, and Grace 11, at Veterans Hospital.He is

perpetual shine upon 235 SW 9th Ave., Homestead, Johnson, and one daughterinlaw survived by dear friends, including

who departed this life August died Saturday, August 12. She Mrs. Fred Johnson. Fun- Mrs. Betty J. Fagan
RICHARD 7, 1965 Is survivedbyabrotherRich- eral services Saturday 2:00 Funeral services will be held

who died August 17, 1965. Leaving children grands, ird Rogers; a sister, Dorothy p.m. New Shiloh Baptist Thursday in the Chapel.
to mourn
and great grands
Edna Deveaux, daughter J. Rogers. Funeral arrangements Church.
says sleep on mother we love are incomplete.Ms. Master Robert West, Jr.,of

CARD OF THANKS you but God loves you best. Isiah Wilcox, 1829 NW 2nd 3501 Day Avenue, died August

A Rebecca Wiltshire of Ct., Apt. 7, died August 11.He 14, at the Msrcy Hospital,following
The family of the late ChildrenIN 7525 NW 15th Ave., died Sunday Isaiafu injuries sustained in an
is survived by two sons,
MRS. ELLA MORRIS August 13. She is survive automobile accident. He is
Jr., George; one adopted
SAMPSONwish ed by her husband, Wilfred; daughter, Mrs. Merlene Mat survived by his parents Mr.

MEMORIAMIn three daughters, Marie Louis; thews, five brothers, Rev. and Mrs. Robert West; three
to express their deepest Norma Mlkle and Rose Harem Wilcox, Rev. Archie sisters; five aunts and two

appreciation for rendered the many them sad but loving memory ,of Rebecca. Rouse; four sons, Wilcox, Deacon,John. Davis, uncles. -- --
kindnesses William Wilfred Lincoln and
dear husband ,
my Bueford Davis, Lucious Wil-
her illness and death.-
o Charles seven grandchildren
; ;
May God ever bless each of ..._. two: brothers two sisters. liams; one sister Mrs. Aritha RICHARDSONMrs.
Paulk four grands and two
; ,
you. P Funeral services were conducted Marion R. Thomas of
JAMES HENRY ALSTONwho great-grands. Funeral ser-
Tuesday, August 15, at 2231 NW SO'.h Street,died Fri
vices Saturday at 3:00
Mrs. Arabella McKinney 4:00 p.m. in the New Covenant p.m. day, August llth, in Jackson
departed this life August New Macedonia Baptist
Mrs. Gwendolyn Major Presbyterian Church. Memorial HosplUl.( She Is
17 1966. Church.
survived by a sister Evelyn
IN MEMORIAMIn Wait on the Lord; be of good
AaronNaylorofl591NW57 Bryant three cousins Rickey
:'. ; ,
courage and he shall streng- Mrs. Zula Mae Blair, 1300
loving of my dear Street died In Newark New Laurel' and Cornelius Latlraore. -
memory '. : ,
then thine heart. Wait,I say on NW 62nd Terr., died August
sister and sister-in-law Jersey. He is survived by a Funeral services will
.:. ::. the Lord. 10. Among her survivors are
; wife, Bernice; his parents, be conducted Wednesday, August
r husband Deacon John B.Blair
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Nay- Id, at 49': p.m. in Drake
: Mrs. Beatrice Alston,wife six sons, Thomas, Jimmie, J.
lor two sisters Tommie Memorial Chapel 5800 NW
... and family ; W. Mitchell, John A. Jessie ,
-; ':" Barnes and Mary Clark;three 2nd Avenue pith the Rev Dunn
Blair; two sisters Mesdames,
,, children; fourbrothers, officiating
: Myrtle Steward Ada Jones
,. ,,';...:.:"" DEAD IN JACKSONVILLE Robert, Claude, George, and one brother Cliff and;
: \ B. O. -. James. Funeral arrangements Berry Howavl Rhodes of 1360 NW

"OIlS ly lived, at 1761 NW 68th Ter., are incomplete. fourteen grand-children. Fun- 1st Court, died Sunday,August
died 10 at 5 eral s e r v i c e s, Saturday,12
August p.m. in 13th, ii Veterans Hospital
noon, Mount Tabor Baptist
: I: Jacksonville Mrs. Carrie Armbrister of In Coral Gables. flats survived -
.,, Church.
Mr Bloodsaw lived in Miami 446 NW 11th St., died Sunday, by a sister Mrs. Elizabeth
Thomas Daniels
oar 44 years. During the August 13th.She is survived bya Douglas Robinson; four brothers,
2160 B NW 61st St., died Au-
past two years he lived with daughter Mrs. Victoria James, Abe, Freddie and William
HARRY MCKENZIEwho gust 12. Survivors are parents
yrt his daughter,Velowllall, 1231 Brown; two sons, Samuel King R h n.1 es. Funeral arrangements -
two sisters and two brothers.
MRS RUTH SMITH TWJGGS Grath St., Jacksonville wad Moses Frier; six grandchildren are incomplete.GOT .
this life Arrangements are incomplete
departed August -
He is survived by his wife, Betty Pinion, Marie

who departed this life August 18,1965.We two sons, five daughters, 18 Adams, Bertha Pino, Daniel: SOMETHING

15 1966. miss you now grandchildren, one s 1st e r, Clarke, Samuel B. King and Alfonso James, 1430 B NW TOSELL??
Our hearts are sore three brothers 57th St. died August 12. Sur-
host of ,
God ca lied her to heaven to a H. A. King; 16 great-grand Try a Miami Times Classified !-
As time goes by we miss you i nieces and nephews. vivors are parents. Arrange-
take her rest. children; three great-great. Ad. Th.y Get Results!
more The body will be at Sowell ments are incomplete.
For here on earth she has done grandchildren. Funeral ar-
Your loving smile Funeral Homo until
her best. Friday; rangements are Incomplete.
your gentle face then it will be shipped to San-
trials and
She went through
No one can fill your vacant derville Ga. for funeral rites SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
stood the test. Allison Moss of 275 NW 8th

We loved her but God loved her place and burial, which will be Sun Street., Apt. No.6, died in New

a. best. day, August 20, at 3 p.m at Rochelle, N. Y. He is survived SPECIAL"Cleoned

Birda Smith Matthews, sister Lylene and McKenziewife family Green Grove Baptist Church.: byhis mother, Mrs.Villetta & Oiled ln Your Home

Herbert MathewsbrothuIn.law RAHMINGSMrs. Storr; father, George Moss; *Adjust Tensions

Mae Seals a pioneer three brothers, George, *Free Needle Belt Total
-- ----- -- -- & Cost
resident of 2071 NW 6th Pl., Franklin and Dwight; a sister 1150
Check all Makes
died at Jackson Memorial Althea paternal grandparentsM Wiring All

IN MEMORIAMIn Hospital, August 11, after a and Mrs. Joel Cox; five *1 Year Guarantee g )Models| I

period of illness. She is sur- aunts; seven uncles. Funeral BROWARD CALL
loving memory of our beloved husband and father vived by two sons, Lawrence services will be conducted on 634-6242 J. t

OTHELLO W. JOHNSON, SR. and William; one daughterinlaw Thursday, August 17, at 1:00p.m. COLLECT i if

who deported this life August 17, 1966., Mary; three grandsons, In the Chapel. f
Lawrence Jr., Garland

Cad was walking In hit goroen, Roosevelt; one granddaughter,
Ono h* mad with his own hands Mrs. Daisy Bain one borther Mrs. Lala Davis Brooks of ..' .. .
Th. sun was shining on ogch blossom>> ,.' ; 1764 1/2 NW 4th Ave died on LINCOLN MEMORIAL,, PARKA I
Cleveland Hall of New Jersey. ,
'Ytfung' and old throughout all lards, ,',
:..In. ur church ho walked stlll.searchlng, ; Funeral services will be held Tuesday, August 15th. She is 4 {" iJt:: *+ "

For a lovely full grown flower, Saturday, August 19, at 2:30 survived by a daughter, Mrs. 3001 NW 46th STREET .. .- 'i. NC .-.,91:
ho found 1
here ready
Pausing on* "
that hour. p.m., at Greater Bethel AME Mary Davis Johnson; a grand '-, '\ i :;:' s"
To be token,at .' ; :: ; :
Church. The body will repose son, Benjamin Johnson; two : ; ",

.'r' Sadly Missed lathe 1L S.Allen Chapel from brothers, Prince Davis and E. JOHNSON.; M'A..ACER..'. ,''. OX'r-9l99! ,'" ." ,,:,,;

Mrs. Armeta W. Johnson, wife and family. noon Friday until funeral time Isaac Bell. Funeral arrangements >. .' : 4t t :.. ;..', ;.1 ::;" :,:.:r" '. ,.,>"

Saturday. are incomplete.

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Hundreds of friends throughout the state crowded into St. Agnes Episcopal

Church on Saturday morning to pay their last respect to Anthony E. Gardiner, well FRESH PORKNECK
known educator and principal of Carver High School. Mr. Gardiner died
August 8 from
a heart ailment, Solemn Mass of BONES 1
Requiem was said by the Rev. Lambert L. Sands, L.B.12e
vicar of St. Agnes. Johnson of Miami photo.

., ,
No Wasted Motion In ,1\1'V,,.'.I.t 1 \ii' .il'f\11I"l1,( !." .i', 'I'\ ';' '""q '
I ( : 1:" ., ., ." ," :: '
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AILS:1 T '
South Miami f.O.PJ. .QX VI: i'P''j( ) :t "
: : t .r \\I\ '" ,.;.: :.

High on the list of civic Improvement EOPI's Day Care Center is "We area local group,deal
program for the under the direction of Mrs. ing with local South MiamI BUDGET
City of South Miami is acorn- Janie Nixon. The Center cur- problems, serving local residents -

prehensive plan for Urban Renewal rently cares for some 45 both Negro a nd white. SLICED BACON 3 LBS $1
and continuing cooperation children between the ages of Contirbutions need not be
with the Economic Oppor- 2- 1/2 and 5.Children receive made in money to qualify us
ounity Program, Inc. (EON). professional care and ,are for these government funds."
Under the direction of served two meals.: and two Bowman has also been .COLDPINFAPPIF" :."' '" "' :' ;':\' ;
James Bowman, EOPI has snacks a day. working closely with City : Jil
served over 900 since 'U"irI' .GA it5
people Manager Eastwood and I. E
Mayor .
"I .
opening the South Miami "EOPI program has been in Clyde Taylor to solve the ',( p' 1'\ If' CAN. :
Neighborhood Center, at 6581 existance for two years,"City problem of low income hous- :;"/0. ; \:,;

SW 59th Place. Manager Eastwood explained. ing. Eastwood and Mayor Tay-
EOPI is a federal agency designed "It is one government agency lor recently attended a con- WALDORF
to help people help with very little waste" The ference in Atlanta where the R
themselves through a day care gjvernment matches contri- Department of Housing and Toilet Tissue 4 iL 39
program for working mothers, butions to EOPI on a 4 to 1 Urban Development explained

Job recruitment,a credit union ration Contributions can their Model Cities Program .
program, old age assistance, be made in the form of ser- This much discussed fed- '" < 'I' '
\ l'W'
home management and con- vices, materials: 'meyor eral program would have allot- ; t. I '.'" \
sumer education, legal ser- equipment.The ed funds to South Miami for iE: "" 'J-: 'l'I .
vices, a Tenant League and the City of South Miami certain urban renewal pro- M ...1", ,, 8 .)" CELLO
gives EOPI' in kind' contri- /1 .j," I',: Y4 sr
like.The jects Upon their return, it was : I ,..". +(it':"",It '
local EOPI program has butions. Recent 1 y,the play- discovered that South Miami
received the full and continu- ground at the rear of the EOPI would have to have their ap-
ing cooperation of the City of office was installed using city ,;plication for these funds ap- BLUE RIBBON FROZEN
South Miami working through materials and labor. vroved by Metro. LB.
such organizations' "The federal government "Metro, in it's wisdom,de- CUBE STEAKS 69(
South Miami Neighborhood used to match contributions on i creed that all Miami I area
Advisory Board. EOPI Direc- a 9 to 1 basis,' Director Bowman ;Model Cities money would go
tor Bowman sits on the board said. "Now that we have j into and area bounded by the
along with President Lee 1 been reduced to a 4 to 1 basis, j Sixth! Avenue Expressway, the
Perry, The Rev W. A.Curry, I the importance of any type 011]Hialeah: City limits, the 36th n SUSHINE SWEETS sna"i y t4
Mayor Clyde Taylor and City i contribution has greatly in- {Street) Expressway and 79th
Manager Roland Eastw'.Od. i creased.! ""Naturally wa questionedthe
decision and Metro is now
looking into our area as well,"

Eastwood stated. Maanwhile, 7161 ,.:
6917661HAVE South Miami officials investigating
are -
other federal
pro- Ltt ,f. ,a asYw', S "rf J'7tlMJt79r '
The Comprehensive Code
Enforcement Program would:
cover housing and even include ROYAL
street installation for cities
under 50,000 population. The JELATIN ASST. FLAVORS REG. PKG. 5

government pays 3/4 of the
cost, the city the remainder.
.n Miami's Little HUD Pro- t '<:I Il' ; ,

gram, under the direction of : >" ". '. ,' ,{,}'WJ.IM'':': :tjd' j
Haley Sofge, may be the an- "
swer. "We have discoveredthat
Urban Renewal can include CAN

single dwellings. We j ".? ,ki
x would not have to build apart-
ment-type dwellings often associated GALON JUG FOREMOST
with such programs," DEP.
h NO
Eastwood pointed out. Whatever MILK PLASTIC 894EGS23
YOU EVER WONDERED WHY SO program that is adopted NO RETURN

SO MANY PEOPLE CALL THE depends on the City developing -
a "Workable Program"and
then being able to qualifyfor
1 s the available funds.
"Wo should have the an.
swers after we are Inspectedby SMALL

THEY HAVE LEARNED THROUGH THE government representatives "
in August," Eastwood SMOKED BY THE PIECE
YEARS "ONE PHONE CALL DOES IT ALL"IN said. South Miami Urban Re-
newal area voters roughly 50

62nd Avenue, between 62nd
"Where service begins and never ends" Street! and 68th Street. MAXWELL HOUSECOR
Meanwhile, a spirit of cooperation
Three locations to serve you: and dedication is
prevalent as South Miami LB.. TIN

Miami Opo-locka Perrine works to nuke their city a better
: place to live for all of it's
residents. .



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16 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 18, 1967


I fSrr f*I\ an 11n !IIurrIi 'uni1tty

I TEMPLE Mrs. Range Heads SpeakersFor NEW PROVIDENCERev. 1JORDAN

Men's Day on Sunday at C. J. Burney, pastor

Temple was spiritually uplift New Covenant Arsula Edwards,reporterThe
ing and was a success other-

wise. The Rev, I. C. Mickins, Youth WeekThe No. 2 choir of New Pro-

speaker for the morning deliv- vidence cordially invite you to

ered a heart-searching mes- New Covenant Presby- youngpeople'about the function attend their anniversary, be- .
sage that made an indellible of the law and the courts of August
terian Church is sponsoringa our ginning Friday night, GROVERev.
impression on the large con- "Summer enrichment week" community. She will help the 18, at 8:00: p.m., with a Musi-

gregation, and the Male ,Monday, August 24 through youths see how the laws of our cal program. There will C. H. Smith, pastor

Chorus of St. Mary's W.' M. Friday, August 28,at 7:30.The community can work for themin be various choirs of this city Eddie Gilbert, reporterOn
Church, under the baton of Mr. securing a satisfying and
I this
meetings, which are open to to appear on program.
A. Carey, was at its best. fulfilling life. this saturdaynite,August
out and yourself.
all young people of Junior high Come enjoy
The feature of the eveningwas 19, the men will sponsor a tea
and above will be held in Sunday, August 20, at 3:00
a 20-minute songfest byTemple's On Thursday evening Mr. at the church, at 8:00 p.m.the
the educational building of the p.m., will close the anniver-
Male Chorus direc- Donald Burroughs, Principalof public is invited.Men's .
church at the of 12th with the Rev. S. Atchinson -
corner sary
ted by Deacon R. Hepburn and Miami Jackson High School, day will close out the"!
of Mt. deliveringthe
and 43rd street. Calvary
with Miss Elsie Douglas at the Avenue will talk with the youths about Thepublic is in- second Sunday in October.You

piano. Cited for years of faith- the opportunities that are af- message. may begin paying yourassess-
Heading the list of outstanding vited.
ful and untiring service by the speakers will be Commissioner forded them through educationand Let's not forget to attend ment' now. Men $25, Women
Silent Workers, were Deacon preparation for a career. $10, Junior boys $5 and Junior
Athalie who meeting Tuesday nightat
M. Range prayer ,
Alfred Dean, president of the He will also answer questionsand girls $3. Brother H. Dixon is
will to the 8:00 .
people p.m.Consecration
senior ushers, and Charles young interpret the polices and hour of chairman and Deacon Sidney
civic in prayer
Ambrose, director of No. 2 on responsibility principles by which the Miami Parrish, cochairman.Let .
modern America. Mrs. Rangeis will be held each Sunday, at
Choir president of the Public Schools are operated.The us continue to pray for
expected to address herself 5:00 a.m.
Male Chorus. The presentation the sick and destitute.
to several current social concluding speaker on Remember the sick and

was made by Mr. Willard issues here in Miami. On Mon- Friday evening will be Attorney shut-ins, thos e who have lost

Hart. All of the captains made day evening the recreational Gwen Cherry, of the Legal love ones in your prayers. DRAKE MEMORIALRev.

fine reports. program will precede the dis- Services Department of EOPI Visitors are always wel- Jarius W. Dunn,pastor

Chairman Deacon G. E. cussion, at 7:30, with Mrs. Mrs. Cherry, always a popu- __ The pastor, officers and

Hepburn and Co-chairman Range speaking at 8:30. On lar speaker and a counselorwith come.GREATER NEW.MACEDONIA members of Drake Memorial
Deacon A. J.Hanna along with
subsequent evenings the youths, will make her own extend their sympathy to the
the pastor, wish to thank all speakers will give their addresses presentation, and then be family of the late Mrs. M.
the participants, members, available for questions Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor
at 7:30. Thomas; a member of their
visitors, advertisers and pa- discussion on any of the sub- Willie J. Beard, reporterThe church family who departedthis
trons for their cooperation.The .
On Tuesday evening Dr. jects raised during the weekof chairman, cochairman life Friday, August 11.
City Wide Mission,,Carolyn Hunter, a physician,
enrichment period.All president, officers and Mrs. Thomas was a pioneer
Mrs. Lula Moran, president, will explore with the
young Youth DAY Committee wish to citizen of this community for
will hold its monthly meeting people the tremendous revolu- young people of the com-
take this thank over 47 She was in the
opportunity to years.
Sunday, at 3 p.m., at Temple. tion in modern sexual morals, munity are warmly Invited to
The public is invited. and the implications of chang- attend these meetings at the each and everyone who helpedto organization of the first choirat
make their Fifth Annual St. John Baptist.Our .
Our get-well wishes to Mrs.F. ing attitudes toward sex for New Covenant Church. They
Youth Day a tremendous pastor is in Washington,
E, Dawkins who suffered a young people of today. will be conducted on a nonsectarian suc-
; Special thanks to Ga. attending the HomeComing -
; and interdenominational cess. our ,
fractured arm in a traffic ac- -
cident, while visiting relativesin The speaker fortheWed- plane morning speaker, Miss Gwen- of Mt. Pleasant Baptist.He

Nassaurecently returned nesday evening will be Judge Further information maybe dolyn Shelley of New Provi- will be the guest speaker at the

to Miami last Thursday.Sale Dixie Chastain of the Juvenile gained by calling the church dence and Ernest Washington, Sunday morning service. We

: Ramnuge sale on the Court, who will speak with the office, at 633-1854. who both gave inexplicabletalks pray for a safe trip.

church ground, 1723 NW 3r I on subjects that are very Many thanks to all of the
( helpful to both the adults and members and friends who attended -
Ave, this Saturday. Slightly ZION HOPERev.
) used adults and; GREATER ST. LUKE youth of today. Total raised: the tea on Sunday.
clothing or 1
Rev. O. Taylor,pastor P. Freeman, pastorSis. $481.52. Don't forget the sale on Satur-
children. Priced Just right Bernice Griffin,reporterOn E. Jackson, reporterThe day. 'Deacon Perkins is in1

Come and see.SALTER. No. 1 Usher Board will Sunday afternoon, there will charge of this project.FRIENDSHIP.

ii"I; Sunday the church will have a Fellowship Tea,Sundayat be a Battle of Songs between

CHAPELRev. observe their sixth anniver the church, from 4 to 6p.m. Choir No. 2 of New Bethel,

H. M. Salmon,pastor sary at 3:00: p.m., at which Everyone is invited. Rev. W. Opa-locka and Choir No.; 2 of
time the Rev. Furgerson will Linder will be the guest speak- Macedonia, This program will Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor
Sunday School at 930 a.m.
deliver the anniversary ser- be held at New Macedonia. Ruby Lee Carr,reporterOur
11:00 service with the Rev. J. er.Don't
the mon. The King Belairs will forget prayer meeting Beginning Thursday night pastor will be the revivalist -
F. delivering ser-
service with render the song service after every Tuesday night. before the fourth Sunday and minister for the Day
mon. 730 p.m. service there will be an Old Remember the sick, shut- concluding the fourth Sunday Springs Baptist Church, Rev.
the the
Rev. Ford delivering
Fashion Dinner spread. ins and bereaved, in all your afternoon, Choir No. 1 will ob- Sunday night No. 3 Usher

sermon.Next Sunday we will have a Friday night, August 18, prayers. serve their fifth anniversary. Board and the Mothers Board
there will be a musical givenin will have a Pew Rally the pre-
Pew' We
Rally. are invitingyou
the behalf of our Men's Day ST. JOHN AME Thursday night, there will sident, Sister Anne Laster and
to come out and Join in with
drive. Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor be program featuring the Brother J. C. Wright along

us.You are always welcome to You are invited to attend Sis. Willis, reporterOn auxiliaries of the church. with the members invite you
these services. Remember the to be there.
Salter Chapel. sick and shut-ins. Sunday afternoon the Friday i night and Sunday Pastor, pres. SisterE s s i e

Usher Board No. 1 will cele- afternoon Musical Programswill Bush, along with members Invite -

ST. PAUL AME VALLEY GROVERev. brate their annual anniversaryat be held. Deacon Willie B. you to a Tea at the homeof

Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor J. Torrence, pastor 3 p.m,August 20.They have Williams, is president.You Deacon and Sister J.S. Bush

Mary Amos,reporter Lucile Torrence, reporterWe planned a wonderful program. are most cordially invited 2968 NW 51st Terrace,Sunday

are in the process of The church proudly takes to all of these services. August 20, from 4 to 6 p.m.,

We will celebrate our 53rd preparing for our Men's Day. this opportunity to congratulate sponsored by the Pastor Aid
anniversary the 27th of this the six delegates who attended -
We are inviting all our visitorsand ANTIOCHRev. Club.
month don't forget to turn in friends to come out to helpus the State Tri meetingat Our pastor and wife Sister

your blanks on or before the put over these programs. Edward Waters College, on P. W. Wiggins,pastor Jenkins will attend the, Na-

20th'of this month. Men's Day will come off the their report. The men of Antioch Baptist tional Convention in Denver

Choirs Nos. 1 and 2, Ushers fourth Sunday in September. The Women's Day Com- Church, extend a cordial invitation Colorado, Sept. 6, through 10.
board Nos. 1 and 2 and mem- mittee have elected Mrs.
Friday night the Rev. Ferguson to their annual banquet
Noami Williamson as chair- CHRIST EPISCOPAL
bers are asked to accompanythe will preach in behalf of our Saturday night, August 19, at
pastor to St. James, at 3p.m. Men's Day. September 19, the man and Sister Alliean Butleras the Miami Police Benevolent Antoinette Silva,reporter
the 3rd co-chairman of their Women's Sunday October 1 at 7:00
Sunday afternoon. Rev. Taylor and his congre- Association Hall, 4343 NW. 17 ,
Mrs. Lillie Mae Wood, co- gation of St. Luke, will render Day program, which Avenue, at 8:00 p.m. p.m. at the Everglades Hotel
chairman for Women's Day invite services. will be held the second Sunday our church will celebrate its

you and yours to have din- There will be a program in in November.The George Morris Koonce a 65th Anniversary with a Testi-

ner with her in the Annex Sun- behalf of the Deaconess Board Planning Board is spon- member of Macedonia Baptist, monal Dinner (honoring Mr.

day, August 20,this is to benefit Tuesday night after the fourth soring an old newspaper drivein Church in Donalsonville Ga. William S.Sturrup, retiring
Women's Day. community, anyone Senior Warden) Tickets are
Sunday. will be the guest speaker at the
who cares to contribute to this
The J. B. Epperson invite Prayer meetin g Tuesday now being distributed byvarious -

you to a White House Tea,Au- night, at 8:00 p.m. cause, may call 6669985.We banquet. captains and are also

gust 27, at the home of Mr.and The home mission will sell have on our sick list Sis available in the church's office -
ter Edna Faison. Sister Hattie Among other guest will be
Mrs. Reaves, 1'790 NW 47 Ter. 3-6349..
dinners all at the
day Saturday, Brown, and Brother Gus Don- Miss Joan Storr, Mrs. Valdez What a night of fun, A NightIn
'; church. aldson, plan now to visit them Murray, Mr. Hick and Mr. Nassau
MARS on Monday,Au-
HILL Remember the sick shut-
and say a word of pray with Leslie Valdez Thomas. Dona-
The pastor and members of ins, bereaved families and gust 14.There was music, food i
them. tion is
Mars H ill Christian Church those in the armed services in _______ For $3.00.further informationcall dancing, people and Bahamian :

wish to extend a warmhearted your prayers. LIBERTY CITY CHURCHOF treats. The only thing missing :
Deacon Hezekiah I
invitation to the public to attend CHRIST NE 5-6784. Lundy, was the island itself. This affair -

its observance of thechurch's GLENDALE. 'F. L. Thompson, minister was the annual project of I

, Sixth Anniversary, Rev. B. Turner, pastor The Sunday School Department The Deacons and Deacon- the All Saints Guild.

j August 20,' at 3:00: p.m., 2455 Our Sunbeam Band Focus will sponsor a picnic for esses will present their anni- Get well wishes to Mrs. I

NW 68th Street. Week will be August 13 17. the youth of the church and versary program, Sunday Nora Gaiter who is still beddedat

Rev. C. W. Preston,pastor. We are looking forwardtoa their guest, Saturday August afternoon, at 3:00 p.m.August Mercy Hospital. Sincere ,
sympathy is extended the
:l glorious week of work with our 26.We 20th. Rev. Samuel Atchinson, family of late I
onward toward our financial young people. plan to begin a "Chair pastor of Mt. Calvary Baptist our principal,

' goal. When we pray, rememberthe Drive," very soon and we hopeto will deliver the sermon. A Anthony Gardiner. Most of the

, I Continue to pray for the sick sick, bereaved familiesand have the cooperation of warm welcome is extended to congregation will rememberMr.
as our Men'sDay
and shut-ins. everyone. the

.1 the soldiers everywhere. public. speaker in June. J

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I EvalgeUst CampaigN Marcus Garvey Memorial' ServieeSunday

at Mt. Sinai i '0
A memorial service commemorating become first of the fruits of /

Christ Is tenderly calling all Evangelist. the 80th birthday them that slep in the chrono- I/

that do not know of Him, If you do not know Jesus of the late Marcus Garvey will logy of his prephecy. Toquotehis
through the words to be utter- are interested in knowing Him be held at the St. Ann's Afrl- own words, 'Hall, United (,
ed by His Messenger at the GIgantic and a new way of life, now is van Orthodox Church,2481 NW States of Africa, Haur His I
Evangelistic Campaignto the time to come to"The Cool 65th St., Sunday, August 20,at was a vision unique and uncommon (
be held at the Mt.Sinai Bap- Church with the Warm Welcome 5 p.m. with a dynamic message {
698 47th Mrs. Amy Ashwood Garvey, to the downtrodden.His \
tist Church, NW Ter- ," Just come as you are I \
race of which the Rev.CleoO. and place yourself into His widow of Mr. Garvey and Internationally race, the last to escape
Jr. Is pastor. know lecturer, the catharsis of slavery, still
Albury ,
care, He will take care of you. I
Even though the Evangelistic Those who know Him and are will be the featured speaker., suffer the pangs of its yet unhealed (
Period began the past interested in J joining in the The Rev Obedlah Barr will wounds,made Garvetstask ..
week with prayer services, work of the Master in this Soul preside. dream and vision more \
Monday night, August 21, Saving Campaign, which is so reprehensive, though under '}rt ti ;
Marcus Mosiah Garvey was standable. In fact the mental
through the 25 Inclusive, the very vital In these ,
changing born in the sun kissed Islandof and spiritual wounds of
will be In
services officially times, we welcome to
process. ., you Jamaica, West Indies, on slavery had been 'so much
come August 1'1, 1887, In the Parish remainded I
W more outstandingwith
The Rev. O. West pas- We'll be expecting youtocome
tor of the Bethlehem Baptist out and "Join in on One of St. Ann, St. Ann's Bay He the Negroes to whom his
Church of this city will be the Accord." was the eighth,child of Marcus message and mission were es-
and Sarah Garvey. pecially directed than any T MOSIAH ;
From early youth he carrieda other section of the human
BAHA'IS ASSEMBLYMr. SACRED CONCERT messianic message to his conclave.A Immprovement Association Tr-n o'11 yX 19 w ti decades
people. Inspiration became his prophet Is never without rounded l in Kingston, Jamaica ahead of his time The United
Savitt guiding Angel, and necessity honor save In his own countryand In 1911. His. tu': hags States of America provided the
surer George of the Baha'i Assemblyof Trea- Sunday, August 20, at 7:30 the ladder on which he climbed so at an early stage,Gar worn Joa.i'c t' I ',)!J i IJeatauiI" long sought-for "key" which
Miami will attend a brief- p.m., Saint Agnes Episcopal to glory and fame. vey sojourned to that country : '1:11.l1oUlll1: rebuffed enabled him to open the door
session, and Church. The public is cordially When at the end of his journey known to be one of the great by a biased sectbi to fame and mortality..
ing a meetingof
the invited. Leila R. Williams, one casts a retrospective est bar:t.;.t.e "t> tdemocracy
Baha'i State
Choral Director. glance in the past to assess the United States of America.He .
Goals Committee, to be held
his work and worth-the carrlM -
tile chart of the .W
at the Sarasota Motor Hotel In
Sarasota, August 19 20. Mr. KINDERGARTEN now thirty eight free and inde- newly for mevl organization ..
pendent State o* Africa have launched the Universal Negro
Savitt was recently appointedto OPERATORS TO MEET
the Committee.The This Newspaper Is more
Attention all kindergarten "
operators and teachers. Get a Love mi Charity Grand Interested In this communitythan
briefing session will be
good start toward having a :
conducted by Mr. Glenford E. successful school term.There any other publication
Mitchell, Chairman of the National will be a, meeting of the Independent Conclave Meeting Here
Baha'i Teaching Com- Pre-School Organization In the world. .

mittee. Mr. Mitchell is co-au- Inc. Saturday, August, The Fifty-second Biennial grand officers were here from
thor of "The Angry Black at 5:00, Randolph Kindergarten Grand Conclave of the General Washington, D.C.A delegation
South," and was cited in the 1425 NW 54th Street. Grand Accepted Order of Brothers led by W. C. Johnson, DGWS,
1960 edition of "Who's Who Helen Peterson, Secretary, and Sisters of Love and came from Nassau. "PERSONTOPERSON"That's
Among Students in American Mrs. Ruth Copelandpresi- Charity is in session this week The lion. John Burrows of UsYou and Your
Universities and Colleges." dent. at the Lodge's Temple on NW this city is the General GruiA
llth St. and 3rd Ave. Worthy Superior of the national LOCAL Newspaper
The pre-convention pro- body. A banquet Thurs.
gram was held at Temple Baptist day night will mark the clos-
I Church Tuesday evening, ing of the session. 1 iiui WSAMPSON'S
People Should Know the FactsPeople when representatives from the .....

clergy I fraternal organizations
should know the facts i tinuously since before the suit business and profes-
about the lawsuit involving; was filed, members of Friendship sional women, and businessmen MARKET
Deacon Sylvester Bruton versus Baptist Church,located at of the city welcomed the
John L Ross in the Friend- 1375 NW 6th Avenue,in Miami delegates. The guest speakerwas
R ship Baptist Church. The following Dade County, Florida, and are Monisgnor' DonaldAnthony "
is a copy of the final 1 entitled to all the rights and of St. Peter's A. C, 7466 JVMT 62 ST.
decree printed in the Miami[l privileges of members of said i Cathedral.
Times on the 28th day of De-, church, and are entitled to and Along with the South Florida -
cember 1948: are hereby ordered to be recognized representatives, some Free Delivery 696-571 .
The following has been i I as such by John 1 Ross
handed us to publication.In Defendent herein, and by said LEUKEMIA TAKESNO
the circuit court ofthe i I church; that said Plaintiffs
11th Judicial Circuit in and for. Aaron Owlford, Sylvester HOLIDAY"If
Dade County, Florida in chan Bruton, James Crosland, your vacation is fizzing FRESH

cery. Berns McCoy, David Knight out, boring, dragging, or Ground Beef 2 LBS 881
No. 118820 and Mose Scott, are now and you've had it, arise and organize -
Aaron Owlford, Sylvester .have been since their election plan and project late
Bruton, James Crosland,, in January, 1948, .duly elected summer or early fall fund) MEATY ,
Berns McCoy, David Knight, and qualified deacons of said raising events for the benefit '
Mose Scott, being members of f I Friendship Baptist Church; of the Leukemia Society's' Neck Bones >; 5LBS. 69t !
and constituting 6/8's of the and Plaintiff, Aaron Owlford, World-Wide Research Programs ,
Deacons of Friendship; Bap- is now, and has been since before and aid to local victims
the filing of this suit, of Leukemic disorders said
tist Church(Colored) of Mia (' Vl
mi, Dade County Florida. Chairman of the Board of Deacons local President of the Leukemia MXED! (CUT UP)

Plaintiffs, of said Church, and that Society, Irving J. Whit- Souce meat > 6 $J.29
vs said Plaintiffs are all entitledto man today, In an appeal for BAG
John I. Ross, all of the rights and privi- special support!
Defendent. leges as such deacons and said "Fund raising needn't bea
FINAL DECREE Plaintiffs are entitled and are drag! put fun in your fund)
chairman or said deacon raising, and not only will the Turkey Wings 291
This cause coming on this i board, and hereby ordered to Society benefit,but you'll have
day to be finally heard upon the, be recognized as such by John reaj fun, planning every minute .
pleadings and the Master's; I. Ross, Defendent herein,and "Write or call the Leu- TENDER ,
Report filed herein, and It appearing by said church; that John I. kemia Society of Dade County '
to the Court that the Ross, Defendant, is now, and where! fund) raising ideas ga- Beef liver 2, : parties to this suit and their has been since before the fil- lore awaite you .. Mrs,Grant ,
attorney of record have entered ing of this suit,Pastor of said -our Executive Director will II I II I
into a stipulation before the i Church, and is entitled to all be pleased to discuss them I
| of the rights and privileges as with Call 373-2624." '
Master, which Is made a partof you. '
the Master's recommendations such, and is entitled to and is MILK GALLON NODEP99*
that notice of applicationfor hereby ordered to be recog- SAVE UP TO 40% _
final decree and the rightto nized as such Pastor by Plaintiffs ON

take and file exceptions to! and by said Church. Auto Insurance COPELAND OR DIRR'S
the Master's Report Is,by said i Done and ordered at Miami: '
stipulation, waived by all Dade County, Florida, this the Liability Physical Franks 3 PKGS. $1.00
parties to this suit, and the 28th day of December, 1948. DamageSR
Court being fully advised in the Marshall Wiseheart 22 Filing
premises It Is ordered, adjudged circuit judge
and decreed that this A true copy of the Originalon No One Refused

Court has Jurisdiction of the file in the Clerk's Office.WUnejj : GOOD DRIVERS Bread 2 REG. SIZE 29C
parties to and of the subject my tondailOfflclil No Finance Chargeas
matter of this suit' that thMaster's e Seal this 28th day of December little as
Report filed herein, A. D., 1948.E. :
B. Leatherman,
together with the stipulation
Clerk Circuit Court AT SHELL'S CITY $1.00SUNSHINE
attached to and made a part 3 DOZ.
thereof, be and they are here- Dade County, FloridaBy (South Door) Eggs
by ratified,approved and con- M. C. Feige, D. C. PLAZA INSURANCE
firmed; that Plaintiffs, Aaron Footnote: It has been said in HI HOCRACKERS +
Owlford, Sylvester Bruton, the Bible "Judge ye not. ." AGENCY
James Crosland Berns McCoy If we must judge let us examine Phone:754-4951 BOX 25*
David Knight and Mose Scott, all the facts In order to makean 5941 NW 7th Avenue
are now, and have been con- intelligent decision.

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Terry Montgomery, a summer day camper at
I YWCA, presents a gift of appreciation from
to Mrs. Georgia McMahon for her volunteer

p d r Ad the summer program. Betty Wiggs, Northwest

I director, looks on approvingly. Johnson of
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and cook for the 10-week) '' ,
A special/ recognition program was given by the -* 1 a 1M W M
Northwest Branch YWCA, 5100 NW 21st Ave. last FrI- a total of 300 kids from June Ur> aH', { 1NI'T N O1, R'
day for Mrs. Georgia McMahon, of 1065 NW 52nd St. IL :V. {I1 ISTIMATIS
(shown seated second from left). During the program 1 =I' SPECIALIZING CALL
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Mrs. McMahon gave volunteer service as dietician gifts from the campers and EXCLUSIVELY SLIP COVERS NI6NT

ol Gretchen

I NAACP Protests Proposed Gretchen-Nicholai Plastic Cover

Welfare PaymentsNew I Jack's MEN'S WEAR

York. The National should be spelled out and four times the national rate. .
Association for the Advance- specific prohibitions insertedin In this circumstance and in SEE "MR. JACK"
ment of Colored People has order that desirable birth the face of difficulties of placing FOR
sharply criticized the House vision adopted by House Ways Negro workers in jobs STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Ways and Means Committeefor and Means Committee to reduce after they have completed The Very Latest Men's Fashions
adoption of provision Federal payments for training courses, the arbi-
calling for reduction of Fed- welfare to the states if statesdo trary cutoff of Federal funds -
eral welfare payments to not reduce number of families from a state would be more ITALIAN SHOES

states which do not reduce the on relief rolls This pro- than a hardship. It would be a 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA
number of families on relief.In vision takes no account of re- signal to the states that their ,
identical telegrams dis- curring emergencies such as closeness to the relief prob-
patched August 11 to Com- natural disasters or civil dis- lem and their policies adaptedto
mittee Chairman Wilbur orders.I the realities are to be pen-
Mills Majority Leader Carl alized. It would constitute a N
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spa > 'n
notice to the set-upon Negro h fi w n r},Vr
Albert, Minority Leader Ger- ignores shifting employ- a }
ald Ford and HEW SecretaryJohn ment patterns such as sea- community that its living ,
W. Gardner, NAACP sonal employment and closingof problems are of no concern to ti .gs11T: } y
Executive Director Roy Wil- Brooklyn Navy Yard and reduction Federal governmental ma-
kins warned that adoption by of aircraft contracts chinery and will be dealt with .
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Congress of the reduction pro- with Long Island plants. No through peremptory ukases.It ;: WI ,t':'
vision "will bolster the appeal recognition is given to reit- will bolster the appeal of .!,.i" ,: ,I' ,,I,;
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of those who now counsel destruction erated and documented discri- those nowcounselde- I "' "
of a so c i e t y which mination against Negro work- struction of a society which \.: :" :' v
employs heartless tactics ers in many industries and ina employs heartless tactics
against a segment of the popu- still considerable number of against a segment of the popu- J
lation." craft unions. We refer you to lation. .
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The full text of the telegram Bureau of Labor statistics of
which Mr. Wilkins also sent to U. S. Department Labor We are also most apprehensive &1
all New York State membersof which asserts officially that over the provision in this .11't...
the House of Representatives the national rate of unemployment type of legislation urging the a rwr.
follows: has no relevance to Ne- states to establish family
,National Association for gro unemployment because the planning services and other
Advancement of Colored Pea latter is at least twice and in programs allegedly to combat
ple strongly protests pro- some localities as much as illegitimate births. This

I Royal Carousel is South's

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E. Singer, Presi- throughout the nation. shakes or orange freeze and Ilf's. jAorsors TODDLE INN
dent of Royal Castle System, Royal Carousel is pioneering 1140 cups of soda or iced tea. ,
Inc., announces the opening of a new restaurant concept, Royal Carousel's electronic
4 the first electronic restaurant using equipment developed by cycle begins and ends with NURSERY '
in the Southeast, the Royal American Machine and Foun- each customer whose order,
Carousel, 167th Street and dry which, through electronic registered at the Master Con- Y{
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House in a spectacular PRIMARY GRADES
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Listing and computing the comfort in a beautiful air con-
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ment personnel have been
electronic food service, the
most modern technology in the Foods brought on conveyor trained in Stamford, Connecticut -
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\ preparation Royal Car ousel's brought into the handsome Royal Carousel electronic
unique combination of striking Royal Carousel dining room or system and components. ,
I architecture, s p 1 it. second patio area. Attractively dressed store I it,;I.. ; ':yl1'5' ., ::
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food service and a family favorite Each hour, Royal Carousel personnel take customer """.i;<'" .... ,. '

I menu with many specialties Is the- equipment 450 is capable briol- and orders hand, assemble each customer each order the T9 ; ; :; :', :;,tt&w .W< ."v )0,4hWk, '. p1+!1 :,;i ti rti.; ';:,' 1.r.) ,'I.i
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prototype 0 f a contemplated ing 174 portions of chicken or food packaged for Instant take
chain I of similar 1 outlets shrimp, preparing 720 milk- out or dining room eating.



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The Elks Club of Ft. Lauderdale boasts a w e eke n d Jam

packed with fun and entertainment. Beginning on Friday night, .1
the Better Women's Club will sponsor a Tramp Dance begIn- r

ning, at 10:00 p.m. On Saturday nite Ft. Lauderdale will wit-

ness the return of Hercules. Those of you who still can't believe I

what you read might do well to com e out and see the t (-

modern day Sampson, however, we hope he will not pull down
the pillars of our favorite dancing arena.

On Sunday, August 13, the official ceremony for the opening L_ ,,..,,, ,
of the new International Mason and Eastern Star Hall was held,
the Hall is located at 2841 Northwest 19th Street. All lodgesand

chapters will hold meetings in the new building. On hand

for the ceremony was Dr. M. L. Coleman Washington, D. C.
who is National District Grand Matron.Mr. .

and Mrs. Rufus Taylor and their children Brenda Kirk

and Reginald of Augusta, Georgia are here visiting their aunt
Mrs. Anna Rogers of 820 NW 19th Terrace.Also Mr. William

Rogers of Augusta is here visiting his brother Mr. Wallace 1L
Rogers of 824 NW 19th Terrace.Mr. .

and Mrs. Roschel Franklin of 3351 NW 8th Street Ft.

Lauderdale are spending a few days relaxation with friends

and relatives in New York. They plan to visit several cultural
sights while there.

Alzen Floyd, Jr. of West Palm Reach is here visiting his

father Mr. ,Alzen Floyd, St. Alzen Jr. is attending Roosevelt

High School, while here he has been assisting his father at the

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew DeGraffenreidt and family recently

returned from a leisurely vacation in Kansas and Mississippi Upper left Showmobile directors county entertainment Willie Clayton,Tenor saxophone; Bobby"Sweet Daddy" Durden,
visiting Friends and relatives. specialist looking around, Frances Pierce, operating microphone M. C.

Miss Johnnie M. Barnes has r e t u r ned from Marianna, set-up, Oscar R. Davis. Lower left_ "The.Pepperettes," two of six dancers from

Florida visiting her parents. Miss Barnes also spent a few epa-locb.Cassandra McClendon.Gail Watson, doing featured
days with her sister In Tampa Miss Barnes has been quite Upper right- "The Untouchables' left to right: Milton "Wade In The Water."

busy this summer working in the Workshop at North Fork Ele- Dailey, trombone; Riley Smith,alto saxophoneGerald, Lower right- "The Olinda" trio of drummers from Olinda
mentary school. drums; Art bur Day, alto saxophone; Glen Dailey, trumpet; Park area.

The Greater Mount Olive Baptist Church will conduct it's

Annual Youth Revival on August 21 28, at 7:00 p.m., each Parks "Showmobile"I Displays alllli 011 Wheels I

evening. Several distinguished
guest speakers have been invited Toe Daae county parks ana "'rne KnUClleneaas ana
for the occasion. The adult public is also welcomed.The Recreation Department's; Headhunters" eight piece Friday, August 11, at Rich- Scott Recreation Center, 7200

Youth Workshop Is to be held Saturday,August 26th from ,summer recreation program combo and dance group;Willie mond Park, 14375 Boggs NW 22nd Avenue. Tuesday,

8:30 a.m. until 130 p.m. The purpose of the program Is to :has been expanded to includea Thomas, leader and singer; Drive. Tuesday, August 15, at August 29, ,at Verrick Park,
bring youth to Christ. The will Brownsville Park, 31 Ave.and Coconut Grove. Friday September
workshop beheld at the Mount : "Showmobile,"$12,000 por- Jerry Jones,James Jones,and ,
Olive Baptist Church located at 401 NW 9th Avenue. The I table stage complete' with Gregory Boyd, dancers; 50 Street. Friday August 18,at 1, at Pine Villa, 21799

Pastor's Aide Club of Mt. Olive will celebrate its Anniversary :lighting and microphone, for Hubert McArthur, musicianand Olinda park 22 Ave. and 51 St. SW 117th Court. Monday,Sep

on the Fourth Sunday of August, at 3:00 p.m. The public I the entertainment of all age guitarist; George Forbes, Tuesday, August 22, at Pine tember 4, at Virginia Beach.
is Invited. Villa 21799 SW 117 Court. Fri- These shows will begin at
Amos Roundtree
in saxophone
I groups park areas throughout ; ,
Our girl Friday cuts and efficient Toni Rogers will leaveus I the county. The purpose of trumpet: ; and Keith Dawson- day, August 25, at James E. 7:30 p.m. In these areas.

for a week or two to vacation in Peach County, Augusta, Ga., j the Showmobile is to provide vine, Drums.

to see relatives and a special, special trip to Parris Island, I opportunities for talented individuals Featured dance group, girls Witchcraft ft HealingI
S. C. We'll have to check that trip out. Toni will celebrate her I to present them- "The Pepperettes"Opa-locka

eighteenth birthday about the time you'll be reading this bit :selves before the general pub Watson, Beverly Lewis, am grateful to the Living God for showing me
news-August 17th. J lic in an atmosphere of wholesome Wanda Wilcox, Sylvia Porter, the way. And opening up avenues of service from dayto
Portia Jenkins Althea Fussel. day. .
fun and quality enter- In fighting the evils of witchcraft, I've learned
tainment. Variety shows have "The C o s m e t s" dance that with Prayer to God, there are 5 detergents and 3
VFW Post No.8195 will hold
been presented in the Browns- group, girls: Beverly Wil- cleansing agents that can wash away the affects, and
Carver its regular meeting Sunday, ville, Perrine and Richmond liams, Sandra Cochran, prevent your body from becoming weak and ti red all
W August 20, at 6 p.m Members Heights areas. All areas of the Desirae West,Alice Williams the time. All S or 8 do not work the same on all. people
be present and on tim!. Sibbie Robinson. Lincoln some are stronger, some are weaker, one is tailor
be reached
Ranches Wilford White is among new county priorto made by chemical design to throw off the affects, thus
the end of the witha fields area.
summer preventing you from becoming a slave of time.
numbers Joining the Post last
gigantic show on Virginia Clinton Smart;vocalist from When you call my number 754-9482.11 gives me a
NewsBy week. All Overseas Veteransare Beach Labor Day as a culmi- Brownsville. chance to pray to God, to ask him if it's his will thatI
eligible to Join feature. "The Locketts"female duet thru him can help you. Here are a few that wehave
WatUr Bow. been able to help.
Featured performers on the singing group of dynamic voice . . .
Carver Ranches Fire Department -
will have one of its Showmobile include:"The Un- and personality,Carolyn Mills In 1959, I started to go to fi ve different doctors.
Adult Basic Education touchables," five piece combo Opa-locka. All told me it was due to a change of life. became too
classes are being held at the members at your door this featuring Arthur Day on tenor Featured soloists, Ulysses tired and weak to work. Brother Clark put his right

Carver Ranches park, 47th weekend soliciting funds for saxophone "The Thunder- Pool, Brownsville area;Shelia hand on my stomach and prayed, and told me: within
Ave. and 21st St. every Mon- the Fire Truck in your community birds Willie; Thompson Arnold, Coconut Grove; Lois seven days it would stop and I would regain my,strengt h,
before seven days, it stopped. I began to regain
Keep your Fire Department my
day and Wednesday night from singer; Edward Tynes, trum- Johnson, Liberty City; strength and now I am working again steady. Glory be
7 to 10. There is no charge to rolling. So far you pet; Martel Williams, trum- Carolyn Mills, Opa-locka. to God. I offered him several things. He accepted.
enroll. Remember, when you have. Thanks in advance.Walter pet Meredith Nesbitt tenor Main attraction, featured How to keep wrinkles out of your face and body. M. H.
Bowe president. ; . . .
learn more, you earn more. Izell Williams soloist, M. C. and pace setter
; ,
Randy Alford of Hollywood, Bobby Washingto better In 1963 my wife went to Brother Clark to pray for
Among the many Broward is th new barber at Bowe's drums; Nathaniel Clark,bass; known Kincaid"and ''us. Business was so bad, it looked like nothing we
Melvin Monroe, piano; Jimmy as "Whltey could do to get ahead. For a while I had to get out.
Countains enjoying Fox Hill Modernist. He is on chair No.
Eady, leader. Bobby Durden, M.C.better We're back againmoving up again. Thanks be to God.
Day in Nassau was school- 1. "The Miami Junkanoes" known as "Sweet Daddy." Mr. George Rosser 4790 NW 27th Ave. Brownsville
marm Edna Walton,along with When. you're up in Carver' the Fish Market.
Bruce Beneby, leader. Dance group, Magnificent . . .
sons Ranches at Jams Out-
Gregory and Kenneth stop
"The Imaginations" vocal five plus one (five boys
who resided at the plush May- ler 's Restaurant,at 42nd Ave, August 31, 1966I
of unusual sound one girl), Coconut Grove area.
fair Hotel. and Pembroke Road. group quality was so painful my bones seemed like they were
Coconut Grove. Featured Go-go dancer extraordinary locked. At Jackson Memorial Hospital they took x-ray
soloist: Marvin Robinson Brenda Sue Bethel, Coconut but couldn't tell me what was wrong or give me relief..
Jim m y Lee Thomas Robin- Grove. I said, Oh Lord, what shall I do? Something said, Call
feature "Little Brother Clark as soon as I reached home. Id did.Ho
son, Pete Johnson. Special prayed to God over the telephone and told me to havea
Help Support Your YMCABY "The Tribulations," four Milton" Milton Lindsey, Lin- girl friend call him that night if it's 12 o'clock. My
part vocal group from the coln fields area. Patricia friend, Margaret, called at 11 o'clock. I told him I was
Brownsville area: Willie Jackson, Opa-locka. too painful I couldn't go to work the next day. Brother
SUBSCRIBING TO J. Lester, Anthony Chipman, "The Cowgirls"Dance trio, Clark said don't !worry. God has assurred me you will
Lincoln fields area Cecelia be able to go to work tomorrow. Over the telephone at
Joe Milson Charlie Hicks.
1 71.TtA'4 A ; ... L. Del- 11 o'clock, he prayed to God and told Margaret howto
Hosley Karen Sampson
Ji mHmf ; "The Featherstones" male massage my body. The pain went away and I was
and female duet of beautiful phine Glover, Clara Lines. able to work the next day. Brother Clark told me i t
soft tone quality: Ruby Martin "The Fabulous Two" Leroy would take 7 more nights of massages completely ro-
The Northwest Branch YMCA gets S 1.00 from (Ruby), Joseph Wilson. Middleton and James Smith. Have meat 11 o'clock each night. He prayed and Margaret
rubbed.And the pain has not come back until this
every subscription sold in Broward County. "The Valleyetts" female The Showmobile day. Iris Prescott, 3096 NW 51st Street.
the remainder of the sum-
vocal group, duet: Charlotte As a high school youth God began to show me visions
Teague and Eunice ,Arnold. mer .include appearances: I somewhere along the way I read in the Bible that
Start Your Subscription Today. man is supposed to live 120 years. Gen. 6-3.1 prayedto
YOUR KAY God to show me what man would have to do to keep
MACY .10 his body active and vigorous those 120 years. God
Nam showed me a unit to give the body the proper blood
now.In 1951, I applied for U. S. Patent No. 2683451..
God sent the lightning and struck in half an old oak
Address. WEDDINGS tk ,- tree. As I wrestled with the oak with the saw, he gave
IANQUETS me the key "Daily Muscle Resistence." For 2.35,
City MOT-COIB I'll send you the facts, included are how a 90 year
HOI AND OIUVHIS CANAfES old neighbor was relieved of pains in his back with
Stat. (HAN WAI IOWIIN4 NOW- II s the Heat Treat. And how you can purchase the other ,
ANO PICNICS for less than 50 cents.BROTHER.
Enclos. $5.00 and mail to Northwest Branch YMCA, 754.4615e O. BOX 1653 MIAMI. FLORIDA
408 NW 14th T.".. ft. Laud.rdal., Fla. 33311. .--". 83rd SU & 4th Ave.,Monday Saturday, 1-6 p.m.
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King Predicts: Massive

Protests, Conscientious


Dr. Martin Luther King saidIn of conscientious objection. "It may be necessary for
Washington Sunday that The racial disorder in young men, if the war continues -
a. rowing opposition to the war American cities, he said is a to engage in a massive
In Vietnam may result in mas- national emergency that campaign of conscientious ob-
sive protests and a campaign should be met immediately. jection," King said. "Also it
--- may be necessary for clergymen -
: to go on record denying
tq Musalite Western draft and file
rwa, Y __ "
4 as conscientious objectors.
King said opposition to the
Tour Applauded Vietnam war is growing at the
grass roots level all over the
Everyone is saluting the Rosa Lee Wyche of Jackson- nation."I .
Musolite Western tour as the ville, Vera Wyche and daughter believe as result of this
outstanding educational treat Katheryne; Lenora Smith, opposition we will be able to
r for the summer, 1967. Each of Lillie R. Willis, Leatha Wil- get massive protests going if
the thirty-sevenpersonsmak- liams, Hortense Robinson, the war doesn't end," he said.
UNCF HONORS THREE BRAVES AND DR. BENJAMIN E. MAYS ing the trip is echoing praises Minnie James, Claudia Jas- Questioning the validity of

The United Negro College FundUNCFthrough) its Atlanta-Inter-Alumnl Chapter for a well-directed tour. per, Victoria Simpson, the recently appointed Presi-
honored Atlanta Braves Hank Aaron, Mack Jones, and Joe Torre with plaques for Reported highlights of the Wilhel menia K e 11 y, Geneva dent CommisslononClvilDis-
their distinguished support of the Fund at UNCF Night in Atlanta Stadium. Aaron trip included enroute tours of ,Henry, Doris Walker, Marian order, which is investigatingriots
emeritus Morehouse romantic San Antonio with Henry, Gladys Crawford, the civil rights leader
then presented Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, president College, a
visits to Fort Sam Houston, Mariam Davie Rosemarie said:
plaque as retiring UNCF Chairman.
Sunken Gardens and the McNay Anderson, Edithye Bragg, "This is a national emer-
before the of the Atlanta-Cincinnati
Shown immediately start are ( left
game Art Institute and sightseeingacross Josephine Mackey, Gladys gency. Something needs to be
to right) Louis Gerland, vice president, Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Attorney the Rio Grande and the Brown, Alice Holiday, Floris done now. The longer we wait,
Donald Hollowell, who made the presentations; Aaron; Jones; Torre; Bill Lucas, International Bridge to Ing r a!ham, Lillian Ballou the more we intensify the bit-
Braves assistant farm director, who also received a plaque;Dr. Mays;newly elected Juarez, Mexico where every- Erma Henderson. Ruth Black- terness and acervate the ten-
UNCF Chairman, who also received a plaque; Dr. Mays; newly elected UNCF Chairman one engaged in a gay shopping nell, Thelma Byrd and Jolene, sions in our nation.He .
Dr. John A. Middleton, president, Morris Brown College; Dr. Hugh Gloster,. spree; intra-city tours included Hardee. said the President and
president, Morehouse College./ the Los Angeles City tour, Salutes are really in orderto Congress dealt with the recent
The plaques were donated by the Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling Company. a tour of the magic Kingdom of the Musolite sponsors for railroad strike possibility Im-
Disneyland and Knott's Berry such a well-directed educa- mediately without a commis-

,,,, (: ,,.,,, ,, .,, ,,'tII .1i '11 ,.... ",'!.rqr-Aft'!!',. Farm with its amazing fea- tional tour Many questionsand sion. The current situation regarding -
,1.t.Ji" ) .
w ,.j''.I,,; 1. '1WYi".J'>'J. '. '\ 'x as (j:1\:!\' ,+yrr tures of early frontier life,the inquiries are being directed race relations is a
'. \" .V'I( ', ',:: ";1;:: '' .:. 'Ff"'i'), '..\"" ", ilf ,.I.,,.: '.., t., Deluxe City tour of San Fran- toward another such arrangement much greater emergency, he
: -I .
"'1J., : j,1 (l',, I : cisco highlighted the! panoramic not too far away.
;. view from Twin Peaks; Members of the Musolite said.He said that his civil disobedience
sightseeing after dark in group making the trip were: did not contribute
Chinatown afforded the oppor- Geneva Henry, Leatha the recent riots, and stated
tunity to observe oriental cus- Williams and Marguerite Mil that his movement had made
toms, the missions, bazaarsand ler. Mrs. Marguerite Miller great progress in the fight
restaurants of Old Chia. is the president of the Muso- against segregation in the
There was a visit to the his- lite Social Club. south.
toric old mission of Santa Bar-
Statistically, the tour boastsof
having covered eleven, Bethany Community
states including time on the
"strip' in Las Vegas, all the
U. S. A. time zones, three na- Kindergarten &
tional parks (Sequoia, Grand
Canyon, and Petrified Forests Day Care Center
in sixteen different
.), stops -
cities, excluding extended

Francisco stays in Los and Angeles Fresno. San 2500 NW 50 St.

Those making the western
r tour were: Delores Covin, REGISTRATION BEGINS AUG. 21
C Ie 0 m I e Smith, and Libbie
Allen; Inez Foster and daugh- 9:30 to 12

Pictured above is the Chargers Softball Team (Annie Coleman/ Gardens) sponsored ter, Rhondrea; Doris C.Smith
by First Federal Savings of Miami. Front row, left to right: Jeffrey Postell, and wood nephews Williams, Sidney and Hay- FOR INFORMATION
Paul Everett Ernest Mills coach Macarthur Paul Grier Vernon Paschal. ; Marguerite
Gainey, ,
I Second row, left to right: Herbert Bryant, Elbert Jones, Robert Burse, Anthony Jenkins Miller and daughter, Monise--; 634-2993 or 6247485IF

James Everett,Samuel Fisher, Samuel Pace, Mr. Benny 0'Berry, member of the
Advisory Committee; of First Federal Savings of Miami. NO ANSWER

I Mill's DIY at Mt. ZIoM Baptist Chuck 7578147Prepared Meals

The Rev. Ralph McKinley Interdenominational Theological t" t1
Ross will be the morning Center at Atlanta, Ga. Transport ation
speaker for Men's Day at Mt. He and his family live at : : Wonderful Pre-School Program

Zion Baptist Church, 301 NW 1511 N.W. 30th Street, Miami. t Most of All We Have Moderate Rates
9th Street, on Sunday, August The evening worship will
27. Tile guest soloist will be begin at 7:30, with a musical
brother James Lipscomb of program for your listening ,"
Chicago, Illinois,and the guest pleasure. Special guests will
male chorus will be that of be: the Male Chorus of St. LINCOLN FIELDS APARTMENTS

55 Jordan Grove Baptist Church. Luke Baptist Church, Brother Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman,
Other guests will help on the James Lipscomb, the South popular local businessman and 2045 NW 62nd STREET
program.The Florida Spiritual Singers x owner of: the Dive-Inn Bar,
Rev. Ross Is the son Union, Mt.Zion's Male Chorus 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-
of the Rev. and Mrs. L. R. along with others. 9431. He invites all his old' Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments
Ross of 3270 NW 45th Street.He The men of Mt. Zion invite friends to come and meet new Offering Many Features
is a graduate of the former all their friends to come friends. Everyone welcome.
Dorsey High School. He received and worship with them. You Enjoy the pool room and bow- FREE GAS FREE GARBAGE
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d with. 0' Liberty City Eagles Secondin NORTH MIAMI ELKS AWARD DINNERThe

Spearing ..,. H BEACH NEWS South Florida Elks Edu-
t cational Department,will pre-
Softball TournamentThe
North Miami Beach Civic
sent an Award Dinner, under
C 1 u b Is planning a picnic at
candlelight, Friday, August 18
The team's batting
Haulover Beach time
Liberty City Eagles ,
at 7:30 This affair will be
winning six out of their last for the season was .250. Dur- soon, time and date will be dis-
held at the Urmey Hotel Banquet

4 ing the victories such stand-
cussed at the next .
seven games were runners up
hitters William Clark Room, 34 SE 2nd Avenue.
out as
have for
in the Grapeland Park Fast openings new
Admission is $5.00 and the
Walton Robert
HARRY SPEAR Pitch Softball League. The Grady Mar- members in our community to public is Invited. Herbert
Eagles received runner-up shall, Gene Strachan, Robert come in and join with us, you Chisholm, Is president.ANNOUNCEMENT.
and Hunt
Palmer James
trophies behind the AllStarsof are welcome. Our presidentMrs.
THE SURPRISING DOLPHINSLast Central Miami, first place carried the team to victory Ruby Caste ow and

SiturcUy the Dolphins had 35,800 farm ,.tand.ng, applauding winners. with timely hard hitting daughter Faye Jetted to Nassau
The Eagles now seeded in The Brownsville Improve-
last week and she and
and screaming; all through: the gun I am not ex:'sDerating now Mr.
During the string of victories the tournament are looking fora Castelow Freddie and ment Association will present
that's how exciting was.I visited: the Faye,
dressing room
enroute to the tourna- possible championship and a Mrs. Florence Brown Hall, of
Walter motored to Savannah
and from the looks on the players faces would have ,
you thought!
: ment, Eagles pitcher Charles trip to Regional Fast-Pitch: Georgia for a week's stay. Kansas City, Missouri, in a
they lost a regular season game, thatshowbad they wanted to
"Donnie" Brown pitched one Tournament to be held inAla- dramatic concert,Sunday,Au-
win. The 20 19 score was some what different compared to 1 bama time next Mr. and Mrs Willington 20th at
no-hit-no-run game, one- some month. gust 4:00 p.m., at the
last years. It show! Coach George Wilson's staff and playersare Crawford and kids Shirlie
hit-no-run, and several two The team is jointly sponsored Brownsville Community Center
determined to give everything they have to win as many and Winipy motored to North
and three hitters.Onconsecu- by Community Drugs, 2741 NW 49th St. Guest
games as possible. The gam Saturday was costly one They Carolina for their vacation. artist
tive nights "Donnie" Brown Range Funeral Home, Cal's will be Mrs. Hall's sis
lost the services of Willie West, their star defensive back. Mr. and Mrs. Steve McEl- ter
blanked opposing batters with Lounge, Satellite Lounge, Mrs. Ester Brown, Con
his no-hitter and one hitter Shirley's Market and Dress murray leaves Wednesday,for tralto of New York City. Donation -
while team mates blasted the Shop and Arnold's Carpet Expo '67 and New York Cityon : $1.00.LECTURE.

opposing pitchers.BASKETBALLERS. Cleaning Service. their vacation.
Washington Park, mourned
the lost of Mrs.Zerline Butler FEEDING AUG. 22

GO FRANCIS DEATHSMiss Hall, she leaves to mourn, A lecture, free and open to
WWarr.n TO NASSAUBy Melba Lucas of 1425 Mr. Willie Hall, Jr. and three the public, on "The Successful
NW 1st Ct., died August 15,at children, Alfred, Connie and Mange ment of Breast feed
W.tt Wtitmortland Arnold DavisA her home.She was a well known Dianne Hall. Mr. Hall's sisters ing" by Mr. Applebaum local -
beautician at Woods Beauty Willie M. Haywood, pediatrician, will be heard
Your writer happened to be on the field at the time of the basketball team consist- Salon. Funeral services will Lorrane and Clara Hall,came at the South Miami Federal
fumble in the fourth quarter, and close to the play, to m? it ing of eleven players from the be held Wednesday, August 23 down from Philadelphia for Bank, 6075 Sunset Dr., South
took the ref a long time to blow his whistle! for a completedplay. greater Miami area under the time to be announced, at St. funeral and a short stay. Miami, at 8:30 p.m., on Tuesday
And then again on that last touchdown pass that Tensi supervision of Roderick Paul AME Church. Remains Mrs. Ross, reporter. August 22.
threw to Setve Newell, seemed to me and a good many others, "Monk" Silva will appear in will repose in the chapel beginning
that it was caught out of bounds. In my opinion it looked like Nassau, Bahamas this week- at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday
they wanted to give the Chargers the game. Our grandstand end for a three game< series until funeral time Wednesday
muiagers have to have the last say. We need a change here, with the Bahamas All-Stars. afternoon. Survivors include Miami Times
a change there. Fm not mentioning the positions they are talk- Five players from the high her mother Lillian; one brother
ing about What more do they expect with two wins and a loss school division and six play- Willie. 6530 NW 15th Avenue

by one point, miracles?M.lckLamb,a local boy, seems: to haveit ers from the college and semi- Miami, Florida 33147
made.: He has speed guts, poise and for what I saw of him pro division will make the tripon
at Booker T. he is going to make the grade, he has a good August 17. Willie Adams of 1412 NW 62 Dear Sir :
chance to show himself with Willie West injured. The trip is sponsored the ;St., died August 14,at Jackson
Bahamas All-Stars. Miami Memorial Hospital. Funeral Enclosed please find the sum of $-
The Dolphins pre-seasonrecordshowsa9-2winover Den- players will depart Thursday, arrangements are incomplete.
ver, an unexpected 10 7 victory over Buffalo, and last Satur- August 17, and return Sunday, ,Survivors include, two sons, to cover the cost of n_____subscription to
day night it was 20-19 for San Diego. August 20. Willie and Duey;one daughter, the Miami Times.
Hurting the Dolphins chances of victory in the forthcoming Morden; one brother, Robert.
Atlanta test will be the fact that Willie West, outstanding de-
ON TO DENVER Mail Paper To.
fensive safety performer, has been sidelined for two months Baby Girl Davis of 1360 NW
because of a shoulder separation. West last year led the teamin COLORADO 1st Ct. Apt. 25, died August 15 Address
tackles(94)) and interceptions( ).He will be replaced at his There will be two chartered at Jackson Memorial Hospital. City_ ? State Zip Cod!
weak safety spot by either veterans Ross O'Hanley, or Pete busses leaving Miami Sun- Funeral arrangements are in
Jaquess, or rookie Mack Lamb. day, September 3,.for the Na- complete. Survivors Include One Yr. $5.00 ( )

Perhaps, most important of all about the game. is the fact tional Baptist Convention,Inc. her mother.
and the Miami The fare is In the range of all.
that in being promoted Jointly by Dolphins
the contest will Only $80 for the round trip.
Herald the most worthy benefitting charity on
be Miami's Variety Children's Hospital.It The ride from Miami
Denver by the rode taken on Tickets
will be the next-to-the-last pre-season game for the Dol- this bus willbe 40 hours.Come

phins. The final exhibition will be against the new New Orleans and goministersdeacons, Now On Sale For
Saints, In Charleston, S. C., on Saturday evening,Sept. 2. The religious workers and friends.
Dolphins regular season campaign will begin at home againstthe Contact Mrs. Mary Frances
Denver Broncos, on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 17. White, 691-7214; Dr. Irene MIAMI DOLPHINSVI
Pratt or Miss Marie White.

MARLIN SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK Eight seats are available now.
Other numbers to call are 635-
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Charles (Chuck) Ward, area supervising scout for the Cin- For Business ':"' I ,))
Crawfordof Dade Jr. College to l/
cinnati Reds, who signed Al ,
the Reds Tampa farm team will be here this weekend. Chuck At
played for the Brooklyn idgersasa; second baseman in 1920, SNYDER'SBARBER

went on to play in the Major's for nine years, still active and SHOP ,
spry around baseball, at the age of 74.
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Phone 691-9314

years,It has been the National League having close pen- DAVID SNYDER
nant races. Right now It seems just the opposite. Take the ;
American League standings, there are two and a half games Proprietor ,
separating the first'five teams and the league leading Oriolesare ANDREW STROMANHair
fighting to' stay out of last place. Well that's the way the "
ball roles. Like the American League at one time it was a runaway Stylist ,
for the Yanks, this year in the National League it looks -f '..

like a runaway for the St. Louis Cards. '" ,\ J. t
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S ELL ( Aryl C4wMM1 #Mi1'I'$ $13,000 FrU.
Almost new, $ bedroom, custom-built, double carport, Llke newbidroom, CNSii4lpa,. lofka. Tb t
$350 down FHA. Vet*., $100 l+tr lyN S J l ,rt 1g4 ?h1 ;,.o1 r z.+ bolt $51 MO. $250 DOWN. CBS, 2 bedroom. Large
we ,4rtr, $a we I$*,* +enclosed Ahi; kitchen, appliances. Total only $8,200 FHA.
1601 NW 89 STREET a1oltste'tirtlkdowswniegt'Rfn4'ed tad. si.&dt
DUPLEX CBS BZAUTY. 2 bedroom each side.
Large corner lot.2 bedroom, extra large Flo room,
Front and rear porch, 2 utility rooms, appliances,
enclosed garage, FHA terms. .i oa t. ''Ww, r o lira 1t+yr g., quiet street.Near buses and shopping. $600 down,
825 NW 83 STREET $16,000 FHA.
3 bedroom home. FHA terms. Vets $100 down. OWNER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large fenced lot. NO QUALIFYING. $90 MO. Beautiful 3 bedroom,
Located close In near 7th Avenue. Dining room, 2 bath, dining room, utility room. Garage. $1,500
NO QUALIFYING HOMES utility room, carport, awning windows, wall to down. $10,000 total.

2001 :HW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom,.fenced, awn wall carpet, sprinkler system. FHAprice $14,800
$54 month all. with $450 down and $98.49 month. NO QUALIFYING. $85 MO. Large corner, 3 or 4
pays bedroom, Fla room, dining room, utility room,
+oA'a+y ''c +>T N nor':ti+P"{kc'y+ i
8515 NW 14 COURT SE 1E$ PAyS ALL BRA 61 TS carport, appliances. $1,000 down, $11,000 total. ,I

1 bedroom home. $65 per month. Fenced, in good Modern 4 : Iroim, 2, both' CBS; Vin.. sew area InpPa
condition. locho Ifo'u"sev# ;nrtlajgf lot bnponfed NO QUALI FYING, GORGEOUS CBS DUPLEX. 2 i
i 1deai"d outlLlkejiM iirctao., bedroom each side. Completely furnished. 2 RC t,
INCOME PROPERTY Bargain atl2'5OO$40Odo"wa$11.61month' FHAr air conds., screened front porches. Large enclosed t
+191 1dt patio. Fenced. $17,000 total. Reasonable f
1861 NW 42nd St. Almost new, 1 bedroom dup down.

lex, FHA ttrmi. $250 down. FASHIONABLE LIVING
2377 NW 95th Terrace. Gorgeous custombuilt Extra large 2 bedroom CBS, full dining room, $100 DOWN FOR VETS& DISPLACED PERSONS
duple 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge large Fla room, garage. Appliances and wall to
closets. years new. wall carpet. Large lot wi th plenty of fruit trees., CLOSED SUNDAYS DURING AUGUST
FHA price $14,500 with $450 down and $90.12

SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS [ :'w. have a few 5 and:6''unit apartment buildings, t 4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551
BEING DISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWALAREA, that con be bought with\as little,as $2,500 down. kt'i l(
MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS.CALL 1.'j.Live freejn one apartment and colltct Incom If '1'J \'
TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A from'the,others. These are. all modernCBS,bM Id.;\'.;
PHONE CALL AWAY. '1'ngl'ln best neighborhoods. No red tope I'I.' $


Modern 2 bedroom CBS, FHA price only $12,500
with $400 down and $77.62 month. Tile roof, ((1)) 1299 NW 51st Terr. $500 down. 2 bed-
awning windows. City water plus well water for room, CBS home.
"CARLTON REALTY BROKER63S.317i' sprinkling the lawn. Right near elementary school.
Bus and shopping. ((2)) 3151 NW 55th St. $100 down. 3 bed- .

room house. Fenced yard.

SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY CBS beautiful large cor'n'eflottFla4t; ,
((3)) 3274 NW 68th St. $50 down. $20 week.
f.vrooin utility room, carport. City water and,:well
water for lawn. Completely furnished including-
washing, machine. 97 h St. and 24th Ave. $1OOCido'wn'ond.$100 ((4)) 3098 NW 56th St. $SO down. $20 week.
(II/I) 2 bedrms bath, (liv rm, kitchen, util rm, cpt. month pays all. ,-.>
screened porch. $10,000, $300 down, $62.22 ((5)) 2401 NW 151 St. $300 down. $75 month.
monthly.! !

Like new 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, large forini- ((6) 3071 NW 69th Terr. $300 down. $98 mo.
1 ((2)) 3 bedrms, 1 bath, liv rm, din area, kitchen, ca built-in kitchen, jalousie windows, awnings, 3 bedroom, CBS home. Like new.
gar., corner beauty, $12,000, $400down, $79.61
01 wall heat. Beauty for $13,750, $1,000 down
monthly. and; takeover FHA payments, $90 mo. pays all. ((7)) 566 NW 47th Terr. $500 down. 3 bed-

,.... .. .... room, CBS home.
((3)) 3 bedrms, 1 bath, liv. rm., din. rm., kitchen" !PS-j WE' J.NAVE MANY MORE" HOS'4;"
breakfast nook, wall to wall large I : t.1' 2345 NW 65th
carpets ((8)) St. Duplex. Brand New.
lot Fenced. $13,000, $400 dn, $80.82 mo. I ., YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR' \?.
NO. QUALIFYING ALL I ?t' DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY;' J, ((9) 2080 NW 85th St. $500 down. 2 bedroom -

b.- :
: ,
(a) 2 1 bath, liv. rm, kitchen $6500, : .
$1,000 down. $67.50 mo. pays all.b RENT
4023 NW 20th Ct. 1 bed house. $20 wk.
( ) 3 bedrms, 1 bath, liv. rm, din. rm, kitchen,
iffREALTYBROKER 44th St. 2 bed house. $22 wk.
1293 NW -
fenced. $10,900, $850 dn, $105 mo. pays all.

(c) 3 bedriM,2 bath, liv. rm, Fla rm, Ige' kitchen,
utility room, cpt., $14,500, $200 down,.
$120.50 mo. pays all. 4932 NW 7th Ave. OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS- $100 DOWN Open Evenings: Sundays 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595


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Room. Single man preferred.
ADS I 634-4403, from 8 p.m. to 7:30 LITTLE FOLK BARGAIN BUY


DEADUHE $20 per week. 3 bedroom unfurnished -
frame home. 6738 $400 FHA. $99 pays all.3

FOR SALENO NW 23rd Place. Nursery & Kindergarten bedroom, 1}% bath, newly
Licensed by: decorated. CBS, utilityroom

CLOSING COST 1380 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE 1 bedroom apt. $18,. STORE FOR RENT Florida State Welfare carport, awnings.
Open Sunday 3 to 6 p.m. Total I Bedroom duplex $19,. Large 2 window store, busy Fenced. Owner.

Modern, 2 bedroom, 1 bath,, price $19,000 FHA terms with i 2 bedroom house $23. location. Good any kind of busi CALL: 314-6069 or 866-8400

CBS, extra large Fla. room, $900 down, 3 bedroom 2 bath i Deposit Required ness. Reasonable rent.741 NW 634-3044 or 635-5283

maybe used as'third bedroom. Ranch Style home with beautI !- Liberty Rental Agency 62nd Street. Phone 866-8757.

Also another Fla. room In i ful grounds, large eating kit- 2020 NW 62nd Street

front, carport, tile roof,hard- chen, patio, and indirect light- Call 633-7809 HELP WANTED $690 downMOVE
wood floor, on large corner Ing. See this lovely homeSun- Registered realestate sales LAKE FRONT

lot, don't miss this beauty. day. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 6 new large bedroom apts.750' people wanted. Seymour M.

FHA $13,500 $450 down, $83! call anytime 751-2243. NW 70th St.Adults.Monthly or Roth (Realtor) 14570 NW 27th 4 Lots RIGHT IN

month. Veterans or displaced I semi-monthly rental. 444-, Ave. Phone 681-3515. $75 MONTH2BEDR00M
persons $100 down. Atlantic On NW 45th St.,near NW 2 Ave. 3673, 4467574.A .

& Pacific Realtors. 6660411.VA Home and income 2CBSbeauties Full or part time-Couples $2950 & UP PORCH,
two bedroom furnished 1 I
on 1 lot. Front house 2 and individuals for local sales LIVING ROOM, DIN-
house. 691-2650 and effici-
Si FHA Homes available>i bedroom, 1 bath, large Fla. work. Local distributor trains 93rd ST 12th AVE.
Mrs.Rountree, ING
from $100 down. Semour M., room, Rear house 1 bedroom, ency you for splendid opportunity. ROOM.
Roth, Realtor. 14570 NW 27th i I 1 bath, completely furnished. Phone 6336682. 1223 NW 50 BUILDER 758-8749 4121 NW 23rd AVE

Avenue. Phone 681-3515. Close to school, shopping and Street. T... King. Aug. 18.
Sept. 1., bus. No qualifying. No red Bedroom, living room, kit-
chen bath furnished unfur-
rape. Take over existing FHA Wig stylist wanted. Salary
nished. Near 17th Ave. 44th
,on 'I
Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath,CBS!: Mortgage. At real low Inter- open and commission.

Fla. room, carport, hardwood I I estof51/4$2700down$110 Street. 7587002. 754-5401. OUR CLASSIFIED ADS

floor, FHA $11,500, $350 I I pays all. Atlantic and Pacific
down, $71 month. Veterans or Realtors-666-0411. CADDIES WANTED
1805 1/2 NW 76 Terr unfur- DUNG RESULTSNEW
displaced persons $100 down, Miami Springs Golf Course.
Atlantic Si Pacific Realtors,,, No qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- 11/2 room.Couple only Monday, August 21, at 6:30
$16.50 weekly. Immediate occupancy -
6660411.The room bath CBS, carport, a.m. Ages 15 and up.Registerwith
with Mrs.
large( yard take over FHA. Key Caddy Master.
town's greatest bargaintl!! mortgage already placed Loomis. Mr. Gross 444-6126. COURSE OFFERED AT

Repossed by bank, save loadsof $1200 down $83 month pays all Evenings 448-2824. SUNLIGHT

money, Immediate posses- Atlantic and Pacific. Realtors. COTTAGE Become a Beauty Specalltt. Takes only a short

sion. bedrooms,baths, Fla. 666-0411. FOR RENT SPlltl11 time to become one. Be a Specialist in any salon.
1558 NW 49th St. 1 bedroomliving vt' ,
room on large lot. 1970 NW kitchen bath C t4sR Featuring wig care, shampoos, manicures and
51st Terrace. Call 235-2958. '56 Lincoln automatic A-l room, un- pedicures. Facials and make-up.
furnished. $20 weekly. Imme-
condition. Good transporta diate Key with ENROLL TODAY IN THE SHORT
POOL HOME tion. Only $275. 865-8927. occupancy.
Four bedroom 2 bath CBS Mrs. Coleman. Mr. Gross
CALL: FR 4-9398
pool lot size 78 x 143 this is down 444-6126. Evenings 448-2824.
$500 $79 month. Move Or Write
( Rp
custom built, with all the ex- right in. CBS 2 bed, garage, beautiful SHOP) SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY

tra's, special ceilings, pool is porch, good shape. $8,900 Exceptionally one 1113 NW 3rd Avenue
b e d r o o m, air-conditioned Miami, Florida
15 x 34 flood lights large patio, total. 1161 NW 37th St. Owner 6349389HOTMIY
apartment. Living room, din-
special cornices in living 758-8749.
room, beautiful interior light- ing area, Fla. room furnished. zits rr.w. S ST,

Ing, all modern, home is only SR 22'S FILED Finest Neighborhood.Adults .

6 years old, fully fenced.FHA Save $ E-Z terms, Auto only professionals.To COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

terms $18,500, or cash to Home Life. Able Insurance see call 633-9733. Miss Bell. PUBLIC
mortgage of $14,200 at $128 Agency Phone:757-5842-
month pays all make an offer NW54th Street. Open 7 days. 3 bedroom, newly painted.$22

.mortgage runs 17 years.Drive TF week. 4530 NVM2th Place VET TVTED
373-7973. Also
by 8500 NW 24th Avenue then $24,500 New England Village. apts. BARGAIN

call A.Ben-Kori,Realtor any- magnificent three level air- FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
3 bedrooms Fin bath ONLY $8,000
room, ,
time wood
751-2243. conditioned, carpeted,
NO QUALIFY burning fire place, many, garage, furnished kitchen. $1,000 Down Payment 379-7735
Phone 691-6378. 1940 NW 65th
8800 NW 24th Ave. move rightIn many extras.Seymour M.Roth Owner will finance

$500 down payments $98.00 (Realtor) 14570 NW 27th Ave. Street. balance. Good terms. 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

month, 3 bedroom 1 bath CBS, 6813515. '
Lovely room for nice clean 2 bedroom FRAME,
fenced yard, wall to wall car-
pet. Drive by then call me A. Live rent free. Duplex. 46th working female nice area.759- liv. rm, Ig. Fla rm. ,

Ben-Kori, realtor anytime. St. $600 down. 373-7973. 6026. air cond., gas, stove

and heater. Lot size
7512243.TOTAL Vacant room. 691-7034. Call
$10,000 Attention Expressway Evacuees anytime. 60x109. Fine location. EDISON I SpecialsOPEN i

FHA terms, Vetrans only Duplex plus cottage on 2 lots PHONE;:68 -0153
$100 down bedroom 1 bath, city water $3000 down EZ
Large efficiency adult only.
plus Florida room, stove and terms. Vicinity 41st St and 23
1217 NE Miami Ct. Call 888-
refrigerator, this is a good Ave. N. W. 691-4668. 5727.

one. A.Ben-Korlrealtor,call SMALL FRY LITTLE AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
anytime. 751-2243. 2020 NW 84th St.
Furn. 1 bed apt. Newly reno- RED SCHOOL HOUSE 31 NW 68 STREET
DRIVE BY No qualifyingCBS
vated. Deposit required. CE 6729 NW 23rd Court
8031 NW 18th Avenue and look 3 bed, Fla. room Very nice CBS home. $300 down FHA. No doling
5 8418. 29 NW 52nd Street.
at this neat, neat 3 bedroom 1 Cathedral ceiling,fenced *Certified PersonnelHot cost. $78.25 mo. plus taxes and Insurance. Extra

bath with extra lot, total price yard, $9,100 total. $1500 down 4 bedroom house $28.00 week, Lunches large rooms.
only$7,500.A.Ben-Kori Real- $74 mo. Move right in. Owner.
or three bedroom house$27.00 *Pick-Up Service CALL EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING
tor, call anytime 751-2243.
week, furnish your own lights REGISTER PROPERTIES
2 shoes size
pairs boy's 31/2.
and water. Call 754-627710 AUGUST 22 1967 130 NW 68th St. 4 bedroom CBS home. $350
65 NW 83rd ST. Almost new. 635-3364. ((1)) -
Lovely 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS 6 p.m. 633-2306 down FHA terms. No closing cost.68x110 lot.

beauty, this Is no nice, wallto 3 BED- BATHS ((2)) 170 NW 68th St.-CBS home with exceptionally -
Room in home for
wall carpet, air-conditioned, MOVE RIGHT IN large Flo room. $350 down. FHA terms. No
1740 NW 49th
stove and refrigerator hardwood Huge Florida room, large lot, St.working 635-4078.woman. closing' costs. II you like to entertain.This Is

floors. This can be used garage, porch,fire place,sep- it.

as a rental unit as the one bed- arate dining room, must see FRONT ((3)) 6731 NW 6th Ave. 2 bedroom, CBS, plus
1 kitchenette utilities LAKE
room bath is separate. Total inside. Bargain price at week. room 1 furnished room Fla room, plus Fla porch, all furnace, fenced
$16,000. Terms qualify for $12,900. $750 down, $125 mo. w/shower $7.50. 751-4309. 4 LOTS yard, $300 down FHA. No closing' costs.
bank loan. This is a bargain.A. Pays all. See, 4121 NW llth 635-1078. ((4)) 597 NW 67th St. CBS duplex on corner. 2

Ben-Kori, Realtor, call Place. Owner 758-8749. Build to Suit bedroom each side. No qualifying. $100 mo.

anytime 751-2243. Cooking privi- ((5)) 6921 NW 7th Ct. Lovely CBS duplex. 2
Large room.
Removal and Grand $2950 & UP
bedroom each side. Fenced yard. qualify-
lege. 2125 N. W. 64th Street..
1210 LITTLE RIVER DR. Opening Sale 758-8128. 93rd ST 12th AVE. ing. FHA mortgage already placed.
Open Sunday 3 to 6 p.m.Come Beauty Craft Salon ((6)) 819 NW 42nd St. $830 down. No qualifying.

and see this beauty.3 bedroom I 6888 NW 15th Avenue. Around Nice room for gentleman.Pri- Builder 758-8749 $90 mo. pays everything. 2 bedroom, CBS
2 bath the canal this i I Corner from Barber shop.All
beauty on vate bath and entrance. 5950 plus den. Tile roof, garage.E .
home is tremendous,huge living :hair dressings and wigs reduced. -
NW 9th Avenue. 751-5236.
room dinning room, hard-I Essie M. Dellford, prop.

wood floors, central air and :Phones: Home-NE 4-7200. ': HDnEXES
'M "Ny FHA
heat, large( eat In kitchen,plus :Shop6919320.. HAVE HOMES ,

Florida room, huge garage TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
Office For Rent HOMES FOR
FHA terms $24,000 or cash to MICELLANEOUSGive Space CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA

a mortgage of$13,000pay- $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEINGDISPLACED

ments of $114 a month, with your child music lessons. Upstairs office space available In AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

offer. All bedrooms large. A. I IBen Call 691-4961, after 6 p.m. Lincoln National Bank Building OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

-.Korl 751-2243., Realtor call anytime Aug. 25 6013 NW 17th AvenueAir .

KINDERGARTEN WORKER conditioning. Offstreet parking. Realtors
$1900 DOWN-CBS Reasonable. ,

$7,900 TOTAL Write to Kindergarten 2101 CALL 1594431MR.. REEVE OR MR. MACK \ 175, N W. flfcid 'St '7514441CLASSIFIED ,
MOVE RIGHT IN NW 58th Street.Cook and drivI I

1161 NW 37th ST. ere Must have chauffeur's .
Owner 758-8749 license. j

24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 18, 1967 .

I: Mrs. Range Gets Promise of Hotel Jobs for Negroes I

15 cent have a right to but you still can make a com-
The door to Negro employment The hard core per "Negroes
"is now open,"Commissioner unemployment level in Dade's earn a living at their individual fortable living, she said. '67
Athalie Range said Friday adult Negro community of level accomplishment,"she Commissioner Range asked VISIT EXPO
in half said "and those people who do the Congress of Racial Equal-
after having been assur 165,000 "can be cut IN MONTREAL, CANADA
and other to help
ed leaders in the Dad she said. not have a high school diplomacan ity groups
County hotel and restauran still serve as waiters, publicize the program. All Expense Tours Via Air or Bus

field that racial barriers are The tourism Industry with waitresses, maids and bell- "The word has already CONSULT

not there anymore.Mrs. its 3,000 restaurants and 1,100 hops. gotten out by the grapevine, NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU
hotels and motels,Mrs.Range
Range met Thursda;;
employ- "You do no need a high and I have already been getting 3rd Phones 379.8451
at the Americana Hotel wit!! said, can offer mass 1104 NW Avenue
without school education to carry calls about jobs, said Mrs.
officials of the Miami Bead ment to workers high
Hotel and Restaurant Association school education. valises or diningroom trays, Range.

a top ranking Hotel Em
ployes Union (AFL-CIO) off

cial large'I and was Beach several Informed hotels.executives that the of Does Coca-Cola have the taste

major tourism employer, ".."...... .
have had a long standing agreement -
with local 255 of the HEU of?
to hire only those who firs you never get
register with the union,"Mrs

Range said.Armando.
Vasquez, Hotel
Employes Union Official, toll
her at Thursday's meeting
"that if Negroes register with!
the without local discrimination they will be hired for Is it always refreshing ,

available Jobs."
Negroes have not beet
aware of this situation in the
past, and have not applied for

women Jobs with Range the said.local, Council' Do things better with Coke.

"If you take a look at our go
hotels and restaurants, the

absence Negro is," conspicuous said Mrs. Range.by his Coke after Coke?
"There has been a real break

down of communications in the \....,..... '..0......
past, which I hope we have
She suggested the open-
door-employer policy, which
would allow a n applicant to in or quick-chillmg cans.Write:Miss Carmen de Lavallade,P.O.Box 523 Radio City Station New York.N.Y.10019
about Coke bottles glasses
her tell
Ask dancer Carmen de Lavallade.Let you "
for a Job without haying '
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Poage, Hospital Administrator .' :.
of the Christian Hospital,
Inc., will be admitted to Mem-
bership status in the American -
College of Hospital Administrators -
on Sunday afternoon -

August 20, in Chicago.The .
announcement was

made by Peter B. Terenzio, ,
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A C H A President and Execu- :
tive Vice President 0 f the Y]S rv > (.' .. 4yrr,, '
Roosevelt Hospital of New ,
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Mr. Terenzio will presideat
the professional society's33rd Y
Convocation Ceremony to

be held in Orchestra Hall.The ,<,,
Convocationproceedesby: a day sL
the annual meeting of the Lj.b -,

ACHA,held in conjunction with

the convention of the American : k :: J
Hospital Association. -"- 5
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