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 25, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 44, No. 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1967 GES 15 ,
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Job Clinic' Seeks Help For fi'.

Y 295 Unemployed :

A total of 295 unemployedor sponded, and some of them I have already been referred to
underemployed Negroes have been placed on Jobs. But positions available to them in
have been Invited to a"job the picture isn't simple or, private industry and government -
clinic' Saturday for inter- bright.A Some of them have been
views with representatives of great number of the ap- hired.
1P4 at least 20 major companies.The : plicants are 'unemployable, Dr. Harold Strauss of the .,
clinic will be held at Al- Potter said. They lack even I EOF, who is now handling applications '.+
1 lapattah Junior High School. It the minimal qualifications oi' said that most of ''
is the outcome of the "Jobs health or education or character the 1,100 jobs are vacancies ; I
Now" drive started last month or age required for the that employers have not been 'I
by Equal Employment Oppor- most menial Jobs. able to fill for some timeand :,
( tunity Task Force In cooperation which they have "thrown into ,:
'lyt Y with the Urban League, The 295 persons invited to the pot." Some of them are being .
Economic Opportunity Program the job clinic are the "most 'spurned even by people who :'
Inc., and other groups. ,employable' of the applica- have nothing to do. a
Task Force chairman, tions, he said. Many of them Metro's need of nearly 200 ;
Charles Potter, said the drive now hold Jobs but possess men to work in the Waste Di- b
Honorable Linden 0. Pindling and member$_ of his cabinet, Clarence Bain and has produced listings of 1,100 qualifications for better ones vision was cited by task force
Edmund Moxey, greet W. 0. Perry, assistant to the Grand Exalted Ruler, while in Jobs with private industry, including The clinic does not guaranteea executive director Frank Can-
Nassau, Bahamas attending the 11th convention,of the Bahamas Association I.B.P.O.E 907 pledged by 68 em- Job. It is an attempt to match non as an example of jobs going
of W. Mr. Perry and Premier Pindling discussed plans for the grand lodge conventionto ployers responding to newspaper supply with demand. abegging.A .
convene on August 26, Los Angeles, California. Premier Pindling and a large de- coupons. The other 400 or more job report will be made at the
legation have plans of attending. About 700 Job seekers re- hunters who have no skills task force meeting August 30.

$30 Billion; : ( 'i,11I",' -' .. ," When You
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Bill For Jobs / Have 40 Million PoorKing"You

Education and can murder a hater More than 2,200 jobs were community were won inCleve-
but you can't murder hate," won in Chicago, he, said, and land. He mentioned, his 10-
:it Atlanta_ !. Georgia.-An decades Dr. Martin Luther King said Jobs bringing an extra year Southwide housing pro- k"
: ,' omnibus bin costing $30 billion -. Conyers' bill I .,in Atlanta last week, in reject- $500,000 a year to the Negro 'gram. dI A
Annually "to provide decent ,job; to tAWhitehead ing violence as a means to the .. < ,",.: i.
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every adequate em- making the Negro! guui.
ployment, housing and educa- ment "the Dr. Hall Calls for
tion ,on a truly nondiscriminatory sort" and by Dr. King told the 10th annual 'I
'basis," was presentedlast ral minimum convention of the Southern
night to the Southern hour and I Chrisitan Leadership Confer- Better Job in Schools
Christian Leadership Confer- protection to ence that the Negro must stop
ence convention. Congressman earner being "ashamed of being Dr. Joe Hall, superintendentof develop plans for' their im-
John Conyers, Jr. (Dem-- ture of his Job. black." Instead, he said, the Dade County Public School provement.All .
Michigan)described his pro- a massive pro Joins Barry Negro must "stand up and say System delivered his openingof schools review the
posed Full Opportunity Act of cost housing 'I am black and I am beauti- schools address Wednesday literature on study skills and
1967, to be Introduced in the establishes a ful." morning over WTHS. TV outline a course of action that
House of Representatives next Federal college Channel 2. will help pupils put these skills
week, as "an attempt to providing higher He announced plans for The speech was beamed directly into practice. This should Include -
realistically deal with the all young Barry College School. .of So massive civil disobedience in into the schools, and planning for independent
three most serious ghetto "also includes Work announces the ap- the large cities, as he told was followed by faculty dis- study at all school levels.
problems Jobs, housing and nationwide of Mr.: James i about 500 cheering delegates"to cussion' in the individual All faculties plan with
education." The Detroit Con- eliminate once former Assistant drive the nation to a schools. school librarians to increasethe
gressman spoke to the closing cial for Intergroup Rela- guaranteed annual income' in Speaking on "Educational effective use of our school
session of the convention after ment, housing, for the Dade County Ur- his annual report. Innovations in Dade County library facilities.
receiving the Rosa Parks the Renewal Agency in Miami, Schools," Dr. Hall describeda Each school work with un-
Robert Theobold, a New
Award for "outstanding lead- both in the North Assistant Professor. Mr. current picture of what has derachievers to help them develop
York economist and Dr. Mau-
ership in the civil rights said Conyers. was also the Exe been taking place in recent a more adequate self-
movement'"Piecemeal Terming the them.'f' Director to the Greater tion rice spokesman Dawkins, andadministra-for the anti- years in our elementary, junior concept.All .
programs and "senseless Urban League;and pre and senior high schools.He personnel cooperatewith
to 1962, he was the In poverty program, agreed withKing's
patchwork legislation have ing suffering on goal. recommended in the lat- a County Coordinating
proven totally ineffective," of the ghetto," Relations Director to ter par t of the address that: Committee that is studying
said Conyers. "It is like applying stressed that Urban League of Greater "The movement must ad< Each elementary faculty begin student behavior and the philosophy -
a band-aid to a cancer- ing for an answer i, Cincinnati, Ohio. dress Itself to the restructurIng this school year with a careful of good discipline, for
ous growth. Only a massive facing our Whitehead's education i of American society," assessment of their reading good discipline of necessity
t Federal program can eradicate realize there can c 1 u des a Master Social King said. "When there are 40 and arithmetic programs and (demands cooperative action.
the ghettos and slums that in our at Atlanta University million poor people you begin
have spread throughout the Is justice of Social Work where to question the capitalistic so- .1
cities of Americ over many tion." was recipient oftheNa- ciety. Jessie Red Killed IN Genfight

.. Institute of Mental "Communism forgets, that
xW:: ;:::<:WwXttWelfare: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::;:;::::::: :;: :::: a 1 t h Fellowship in Social life is Individual, and capita- On NW 18th Ave., this week killing him instantly. Porter

\\ | ,,a Master of Arts degree lism forget that life is social oldtimo MIamians were say- died later at Jackson Mem-
I the Atlanta University ," King said.Predicting Ing, "they killed a, man who orial Hospital.
e r e he 'was awarded the killed many." Jessie Red is alleged to have
I. Flies to I.| Francis White Fellow- ment's traditional that the song move-, "We The reference was toJessie killed at least seven men in
In Sociology, and Bach- shall Overcome" will changeto James Porter, 62-year-old, gunfights during his business
''': of Arts degree at More. barkeeper who was killed ear- career on 18th Avenue.
Realizing that God helps the date by which "We have overcome," King
ly Monday by a fusillade of
those who help themselves,the cal CAP Agency College. said the Negro still lives in the shots from the .45 calibre pis-
formed Welfare to achieve "basement of the Great So-
Whitehead was a mem- tol of Robert Kimball, 43, of
Delegation of the Liberty City of the Alpha Kappa Delta, viety," and has a "long way to 6201 NW 17th Ave. The shoot-
Community Council raised cess whereby the Atlanta University Chapter go." ing took place at Jessie Red's
funds as a result of din- "Power without love is
enough more actively National Honor Society, Bar, 6218 NW 18th Ave.
ner sales, personal donations, signing programs, 1957-58;President of the reckless and abusive," he Witnesses said Porter and
pie w a 1 k s,and social gather- up the goals by a D t a University student said. Kimball had argued for half
ings to send representativeson Poverty Programs from 195859.His pro- Riots brought the Negro onlya hour before Kimball fired five U
a special mission to Washington nate th cause of memberships in- few "water sprinklers and shots across the bar into
D. C.to draw the atten- ther than merely ,the National Associa- some antipoverty money from Jessie Red, as he was widely
tion of Representatives Claude the effect of of Social Workers; Board scared officials," King said.In known. -
Pepper Dante Fascell,and It is felt that of the Florida Coun reviewing the record of the
Senator George Smathers. strong need for on Human Relations; and, SCLC for the year, he emphasized Despite being hit by all five
They will also contact Sar participate in the of the State Mental the "Operation Bread shots, Jessie Red grabbed his \
gent Shriver and ask for an ap- programs which Advisory Planning Basket" programs in Chicagoand own .38 from under the bar and --- --
pointment with him to discuss to be designed for Cleveland. fired three shots Into Kimball, JESSIE JAMES PORTER


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THE MIAMI .TIMkS"Friday';;August $5: 1967' 3 I

National Commission Urban

I. Problems Hearings Here Saturday 11 a ,s 7 7r I.Ii I.

Can Urban areas gain from 1407 NW 7 St., starting at 9 lie Range, Miami City Commissioner .
metropolitangovernment ? a.m. The morning session will Mr. Samuel Mon- t 1 +yJ Ii
What new approaches offer focus on metropolitan govern cur, Director, NeighborhoodCenter
most hope for housing the ment with the following wIt- Programs, Economic ,. 4tttatY
s poor? Do Cuban refugee programs nesses; Opportunities Program, Inc., \;
q offer lessons for easingthe Mr. Porter W. Homer, Miami.
j problems of rural mi- County Manager, MetropolitanDade Two Floridians are on the '
grants flooding Into big cities? Arthur ,
County. Mr. I. 16 member Commission IYI / i I
These issues will highlight Snyder, former President, named in January by President ft 1'r1 1 ,:11; Cs .
public hearings and meeting of Dade County League of Johnson, Attorney Hugo Black, '2l ,\
the Presidentt sNational Com Municipalities Mr. Robert Jr., of Miami and Prof.John
mission on Urban Problems in Horton, Administrative As- DeGrove, Chairman, Political .1
Miami on August 25-26. sistant to the Mayor, Nash- Science Department, Florida
ville-Davidson, Tenn. Atlantic University, Boca Ra- :
"Dade County's established Afternoon hearings will resume -
metropolitan government and at 2 p.m.in the Metropolitan oon.The Commission welcomesat :1
this month's vote to consoli- Senior Center, on the topicof its hearings testimony from
date Jacksonville and Duval housing for low-income representatives of groups or
County make it appropriate in. families. Witnesses will be: individuals who wish tobe .

Florida to seekandup-to-date Mr. Haley Sofge, Director, heard Such testimony is Ml AMI AN IS TOP GRAD AT FLORIDA A& M UNIVERSITY Juanita W. Kelly/
assessment of metropolitan Department of Housing & Ur- limited to five minutes but of Miami, receives congratulations from Dr. George W. Gore, Jr., (right) president of
government' said former ban Development, Miami may be supplemented by,writ- Florida A&M University Dr. Thomas Miller Jenkinscenter)commencement speaker
Senator Paul H. Douglas, Housing Authority.Mrs.Atha- ten testimony of any length. and president of Albany State College in Albany Ga. aFter graduating first In her i
Commission Chairman. "In class during commencement exercises held recently at FAMU. Mrs. Kelly graduatedwith
addition, the Miami-Dade Put Back The Doors, greatest distinction in library science.PuhlhfitfoHS. j
County area has numerous examples -
of housing for low-in- Court Rules
come families which may have Two Cite Sfcfl..ni \\t
nation wide significance Mrs. Alice E. Frasure, though the landlady had given -- ------.-"7-.' --- ..-------.
said. 15781 NE 14th Ct., North Mi- her three days'notice to move. Mrs. Marian H. Shannon, 4asdr goals in the education profes "I
ami Beach, was ordered last Mrs. Evans said she owed past president of the legally sion. ';
Wednesday by Circuit Judge three weeks' rent, which she merged Florida Education As- Locally, Mrs. Shannon is I
Mr. J. A. Hester,Executive Henry Balaban to put back the intended to pay when the kit- sociation, outgoing member of writer for guidance emphasis t tat
Director of Duval County's doors of her apartment which chen cabinet was painted, the the FEA Board of Directorsand Booker T. Washington Jun- .
Local Government Study Com- she had removed because the locks on the door' were fixed chairman of the FEA \ cor High School. She Is a past
mission, will report on recent tenant withheld back rent pay and the rats and roaches ex- Membership Committee, has p1f chairman of the Dade County
developments there at an 8 ment. terminated.Mrs. been listed in Who's Who In Classroom Teachers Asso-
a.m. breakfast on Aug. 25 in Evans, who occupies American Education, 1967 and ciation Public Relations Com-
the Everglades Hotel. Mayor Attorneys for the poverty one-room apartment with her Who's Who In Southern Education mittee: and member of the
Robert King High of Miami will program brought suit on behalfof five children, propped up a 1967, two reputable F Fringe Benefits and Ethics
speak to the Commission at the tenant, Mrs. Catherine mattress to take the place of chronicles of outstandingper- Committees. At present, she
noon in the same hotel. Both Evans, who testified that on the missing front door. son In the education profes- is building liaison for profes-
talks are open to press,.The Tuesday when she returned to Mrs. Frasure said she re- sion. sional organizations at BTW "
Commission that day also will her apartment, 844 NW 70th moved the doors to repair the Having served as past sec- and chairman of the FEA Elec- '
tour the Miami-Dade Countyarea. St., all the doors,including the locks andthat Mrs. Evans was retary; and, president of the tions Committee
bathroom door, were missing. present at the time;she had no Florida State Teachers Association "'". As emphasized by the por-
Attorney Bruce Rogow of the to them trait (above) taken in Minne-
Public hearings are set for objection replacing at the time of the legal ,
Saturday, August 26, in the Legal Service Department argued and that she had no demands combining with FEA, Mrs. MRS. MARIAN H. SHANNON apolis, Minnesota, this year
Senior Center that Mrs. Evans had re- from the tenant for the re Shannon has made a definite agency; and, serving a second Mrs. Shannon supports the
Metropolitan ,
ceived no legal eviction order pairs. contribution to professionalism term as a member of the profession in the Florida NEA
in the State of Florida.As powerful National Education Sanctions .. "a notice to the ,
1 nl li hI II I n Association Resolutions Com- world that Florida's present ,
III a member of the Florida mittee, Mrs. Shannon playeda educational temperature is not (
4 Professional Teaching Prac- definite role in helping to a desired climate for professional ,.w
t<' tices Commission, a state mold opinion and professional educators." ;

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standing left .to right, Spurgeon Hawthorne, Marianna; Elzora Brewton, St. Peters
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burg; Barbara Landers, Tallahassee; Beatrice Lockett, Tallahassee, Mary Hawthorne, "
Manama. Sitting left to right: Martha Scott, St. Petersburg; Juanita W. Kelly, Miami e THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGEMENT .
and Jamye Witherspoon/ Mobile, Ala.


SUSPENDEDHAS A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for tenants convenience. .

THIS HAPPENED TO YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE : A community recreation center for teenagers'and adults "rent free," famished :
v IF SO and air conditioned, for your comfort and enjoyment,
YOU WANT TO SEE THE PEOPLE AT S A public relations department to assist you with your problems. .
: Tenants concern will stop vandalism/ and reduce the cost of housing. .

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and PublUhor by Whitney :M. Young Jr. Giving Credit Where
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
National Urban League
WILLIAM I W. McBRIDE, City Editor .. Executive Director
STANLEY I. SWEETING. Theatrical Editor -
Credit is Due
Mombor of tht National Nowcpopar Pvbllthori Association Religious Leaders

ONE YEAR $5.00.SUBSCRIPTION. SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 Support IntegrationThis Realizing the need for and the righteousness in giving credit

where credit i is due, this column .proud to salute Earl J.
Entoroa1 a* Second Class Matttr, August 9, 1927 at the Pos to meet with Pope Paul VI, C, a r rOil, local insurance executive
Offleo at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 summer I went to Europe president of the Dade
and the
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"CREDO OF THE" NEGRO PRESS"rU Rev. Dr. Eugene Carson Blake, general secretary of the World County Young Democratic As-
NEGRO PRESS believes that America con but leael of Churches representing Protestant and Orthodox sociation and politician extra-
Council ,
the world from racial and notional I antagonism when It accords ordinaire for his genuine inter-
to every man r.gardlos of his race, creed or color hit Religions. leaders to lend their great est in the problems of the Dade
of these spiritual
human and legal right" Hating no man, fearing no man.4h.I I asked both County black community.Any .
to the churches into a position
moral stature to a campaign get
Negro Press strives to help every man in the firm belief that time there is an issue
and interracial
battle for integration -
of moral leadership in the
all men are hurt a* long as anyone I I. hold back. problem relative to the
justice. Both men agree with the importance sucha
moral crusade and pledged their support in the battle againstthe toward first class citi-

-mr l1 Editor's l1trbo(1h[ sin of racism. 4. voice zenship of you Earl will Carroll.always hear the

My first stop was the Vatican. As I walked through the Im- Being fully cognizant of the
BEHIND SWEDEN'S GREAT SOCIETYYe mense marble rooms of the Vatican Palace,their walls cover- fact that if the Negro is to ever
ed with historic works of art, I felt myself in the presence of achieve his goal of first class
Editor has been reading a most Interesting story about: thousands of year s of history, the symbolic site of much of i., 'I. j citizenship he must become an
Sweden's Great Society in article by Alfred Zanker. appear- Western civilization. IJdi.....' : .ems ,A:__'! integral part of the political

ing in Reader's Digest.He Pope Paul is a gentle man. Despite the great pressures on EARL CARROLL of his community, state and nation -
finds that conditions are somewhat similar toour Great: his time and energy I felt an aura of patience and kindness as Mr. Carroll is gravely concerned over the highly con-
Society in the United States, or should it be termed President: he spoke to me. He was greatly interested in the struggle for spicuous absence of Negro representation In the Democratic

Johnson's Great Society. racial equality and the questions he asked me showed that he party on the local, state and national level.

was informed of the problems facing America's Negro citizens.I Mr. Carroll expressed his concern in the following letter to
Well, people all overthe worldin, many ways, think and act Mr. John Bailey, Chairman of the Democratic National Com-
alike. Here are some things worthwhile knowing about this mittee:
country. They get housing subsidies, rent rebates for low-in- thanked him for his appointment of the first Negro Bishopin

come groups, free hospitalization, subsidies for doctor bills the U.S. -Bishop Harold Perry of New Orleans -- and told Dear Mr. Bailey:
and drug bills, free care in childbirth, cash allowances for him of Bishop perry's contributions as a member of the Urban
maternity, free higher education sick pay, unemployment insurance League and that he will soon join our national board of trus- I am writing in reference to the Democratic Convention of
old age and disability insurance. There is little that tees. We spoke of the work that the Urban League is doing to 1968. As president of the Dade County Young Democratic As-
can be called poverty in the nation, and there are no real close the tragic gap which separates Negroes and other American sociation I would like to request of you to ask our Governor,

slums. Despite their boons, many Swedes are discontented.After citizens, and then I told him of the need for the world's Senators or Congressmen from Florida to appoint Negroesas
churches to use their influence to counter.the sin of racism. delegates to the convention in 1968. We have in Florida
Negroes who have really worked for the upgrading of theDemo-
I told him that had far could In
building the world's best known state, Sweden finds a we gonealmostas as we go
cratic party but have never been recognized. We are also
the end of and that the
achieving legal segregation
lot of her original problems unsolved and, in some cases, problem now
grown greater. was to change the hearts of men. said that discrimination in lacking in Negroes serving In public office. It is a shame to
say, but the Democratic Party in Florida has been totally un-
Costly welfare and educational reforms have not curbed such housing and in jobs kept millions of people chained to racial
social ills as crime, alcoholism and drug addiction. The crime ghettos, suffering unemployment and poverty fair to Negroes. Georgia, Texas, Mississippi,Alabama, Ten
nessee, etc., have made more in government than
rate has doubled since 1950. During the last three years the
Florida. I would appreciate your views so that I can relay it to
number of suicides and robberies, while low by U. S. stan- I told him that there was a crying need for the churches to the people. I polled32,000 votes in 1963 and 54,000 in 1966, butI
dards, has climed by 80 per cent; the number of rapes by 28 use their moral and spiritual authority to bring to the realiza- was defeated in my bid for a house seat.Sincerely.
per cent. Alcoholism is still of great concern; drug addiction tion of their members that racism and bigotry are sins -- as
among young people Is spreading like an epidemic, police say. offensive to God and morality as other acts which are condemned yours,
Earl CarrollMR.
Officials attribute this rise in crime and anti-social behavior The Pope showed great concern about the situation said; "All CARROLL RECEIVED THIS REPLY
to'a deterioration in family life.It appears,these officials say, men are brothers under the fatherhood of one God and all have
Dear Carroll
that the welfare has not strengthened either family ties Mr. :
human rights of self-development and pefection which must
or moral standards.
be not only respected but fostered promoted and defended." Your letter of 11 has been
Housing subsidies the achievements August addressed to Mr. Bailey
among the so-
I later met with high Vatican officials,and we discussed waysin
cial planners are proudest. Yet housing today is one of the referred to us for reply.
which the Catholic Church could help end segregation. I have
worst of the messy situations troubling Sweden. Government great hopes that the will issue
Pope anencyclical dealing
controls and high labor costs have discouraged the private speclficly with the problem. more We appreciate your interest and your concern for Negro rep-
building of homes. resentation in the delegation from Florida to the 1968 Conven-
tion. You will be happy to know that the Special Equal Rights

The writer says; "Now that the United States is embarkingon I next went to Geneva, where I met with Dr. Blake. He has Committee headed by Governor Richard J. Hughes, of New
ever more ambitious welfare projects in the hope or expec- always been a strong supporter of civil rights for all and under Jersey and chairman of this Committee, has directed a com-
tation of solving all social problems, Congress mfeht take a his leadership, the World Council of Churches has been activein munication to all governors, national committeemen and party
long hard look at what has happeded in Swewden. fighting poverty.In officials that there must be equality of opportunity topartici-
Similar conditions to those in Sweden exist in the United my talks with him, I stressed the need for the church to pate in Democratic Party affairs at all levels in order to com
States. act vigorously if it hoped to hold the affections of America's ply with the mandate of the 1964 Convention.

young people who are so Involved in bringing about equality and
THE ANTICRIME BILL change. He agreed that a campaign should be launched Involving Governor Hughes' Committee and other officials here will
all of America's churches. be informed of your feelings and observations.With .
Some newspaper accounts would make it appear that House
have weakened President Johnson's anti-
Republicans greatly
reference to Negroes in office I know that we
crime bill. But this is not so. It remains basically in accord I suggested that each church should establish a committeeon do not have ,
many in Florida, but we have elected a number of
with the recommendations the President's Commission on integrated housing and he agreed that the problem called
city councilmen in various cities and this is a good beginning.We .
Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice. The House for complete participation of A mer I c a' s churches in ending
must continue to work hard our rests in the polls
passed a strong bill and, in at least one crucial respect, a better discrimination. He agreed that this was a grave situation that and that is where we will find it., power
bill than the administration had proposed.The called for more than simply passing resolutions.
I am confident that out of these discussions will come a
amendment introduced by Rep. William T.Cahill (R) of moral crusade in which the energies and resources of the It was good to have your comments and we are grateful for
New Jersey gives to the state governments the key role in ad- churches will be enlisted in the campaign to end racism. Plans your continued support of the Democratic Party.Sincerely .

ministering the federal grants, and properly so.The administration will soon be announced for this crusade and as they turn into
bill without the Cahill amendment would have given the action, I will report on their progress to you in future columns. yours,
Attorney General of the United States sweeping administrative Louis Martin
control in an area long reserved to state and local govern Deputy ChairmanNext

ment/ would have set the stage for the possible developmentof JUSTICE THURGOOD MARSHALLOn
a national police force. The Cahill amendment erases that week; Earl Carroll thinks Metro charter should be revised -

danger and encourages the states to assume their proper re- June 13 President Johnson submitted to the Congress the to require election of county officials by votes from dis-
sponsibilities in the war on crime. nomination of Thurgood Marshall as a Justice of the Supreme tricts instead of by county-wide vote. Hence, enhancing the
Court of the United States. the first Negro to be thus hon chances of Negroes being elected to political office.
Many states have yet to undertake comprehensive planningor ored.

to establish statewide anticrime commissions. This amend On Monday, August 21, the Senate Judiciary Committee con-
ment should spur their efforts to do so and to acquire competent firmed the nomination by a vote of 11 to 5. Those voting against
staff and the necessary expertise. confirmation were Southerners.The Merchants who advertisein
Integral state participation and overall state coordinationare majority report said Marshall's long close associationwith
greatly needed lithe fightagainst crime is to succeed. Un- the National Association for the Advancement of Colored
der the measure as amended federal aid goes to states In block People did not disqualify him, but rather redounds to his and The Miami Times are
grants and with few strings attached. It could strengthen fed- the nation's benefit.

eral-state cooperation to solve a problem which is at the same Those supporting him were; Sen. Phillip.HartD., Michigan telling they
time local, statewide, and national in scope. Sens. Thomas J. Dodd (D., Conn.); Edward V. Long (D., you appreciate
The amendment to encourage antiriot training is understandable Mo.); Edward M. Kennedy (D., Mass.); Birch Bayh (D., Ind.)
at this tme. Better police training in riot control is a Quentin N. Burdick (D., N. D.); Everett M. Dirkson (R., 111.); doing business with
must. It wouWJ unfortunate, however, if the priority given Joseph Tydings (D., Md); Roman L. Hruska (R., Neb.); HiramL.
this phase of police training were to mean any lessening of emphasis F. Fong (R. Hawaii); and Hugh Scott, R., Pa.).
on broad programs of planning, education,and research. Voting against were; ens. Sam J.IrvinJr.D., N. C.); you. They are courteous
While it is necessary to attack the symptoms,it is even more Jzmes O. Eastland (D., Miss.); John L. McClellan (D., Ark.); ,
Important to strengthen crime prevention by equipping the police Strom Thurmond (R., S. C. ); George Smathers voted against
to assess and deal more effectively with the underlyingcauses confirmation, but did not sign the minority report. dependable. Shop where
of crime. The vote was announced August 3.News of Solicitor Gen-
The House has passed a good bill. May the Senate now do the eral Marshall's appointment was haled with delight not only
you are !
same. by Negroes, and the report of the majority committee will,
_Christian Science Monitor without doubt, receive the same consideration.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August; 25, i967 5Phil r

Our Readers Speak Out OssoferIn
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EOPf legal Services 1966 I wrote of the Memorial
.' .... June, Bridge)after him. It !
#< questionable honor bestowed was dedicated by the Commis-

3Y GWEN CHERRY, CENTER ATTORNEYThe upon Dr. George Washington sioners of the District of Co- I
JTh' Carver, great scientist, edu- lumbia on October 18, 1965. d
cator and humanitarian. lie The aptness of the honor is N
often arises what are parents legal responsibilities -
; question had been "honored" by havinga illustrated in his ability to become f
A11 and obligation towards their children? The answer is
nuclear submarine, built for a bridge, not only between I
for supporting caringfor
responsible ,
quite simple, parents are
/ death-d e a 1 log destruction, slav e r y and freedom,
and their children.They are obligated to see thatc
named after him; this man of but also between Negroes and i
h 11 d r e n are educated according to the laws of the state in
and love for all mankind. whites for Mr.
peace Douglass
Letters to the EditorDear which they live. In Florida compulsory education Is requiredand never thought of the Negro I,
enforced until a child reaches age sixteen. I am about an
Today writing apart from the mainstream of

Garth; appropriate honor, given to American life. To him the

Many parents have also been concerned with whether or not, another great man, Frederick struggle was more of a human

When I came before you at the time of my last election, you by law, they are responsible, if their child injures a person, Douglass, who, like Dr. Car- struggle than one of race.
made known to me i your concern on the question of legislative steals or damage property. Generally, no parents are not held ver, wasbornaslaveandwbo Somehow, it seem, his be-
districting did tell you at that time I could support some legally responsible for crimes, injuries or damages caused by lived to uplift the status of his longing to a des 0 i sed group

form of districting on a modified basis. theirchildren. The exceptions to this rule are numerous. If people. In bondage for twenty gave him adeeper, more inclusive -

the crime, or damage is committed in either parents presenceor years, Douglass was a self- sense of human bro-
I would like you to know that in this present Constitutional with the parents pennission, then the parents are respon- educated man, and he rose to therhood.His .

Revision Session, I supported a plan that would allow for the sible. Also, if the child is acting upon either parents instruc- become an outstanding orator, personal career is with-
districting of the House of Representatives, while the Senate tion or if either parent has entrusted the child with a potentially writer and public servant. He out parallel as a striking example -
would continue to have county-wide representation. I feel that dangerous instrument or weapon. For example,if the parent was later to hold the offices of of the American Ideal

this is a true balance such as we have in our federal gov- gives the child a knife or razor and thechild uses it on another Marshal of the District of of pulling oneself up by his

ernment -- and the House being the larger body, would providefor then the parent is liable for the injuries inflicted. Be- Columbia, Recorder of Deeds bootstraps. How appropriatethat
more over-all representation than the smaller Senate. cause he or she (the parent) is responsible for the minor child for the District and United Frederick Douglass, the

having possession and access to the weapon.In regards to property States Minister to Haiti builder of bridges between

This Amendment passed the Senate successfully, and pro- damages, Florida has enacted a special statute makingthe The honor bestowed upon fellow Americans, has been )
vides that the above plan be effective after the census and new parents pay up to $500 maximum for any damages to pro- him was the naming of abridgeThe honored by having a bridge

apportionment of 1970. perty by their children. The child may$1,000, worth of pro- ( Frederick DouglassBCC named after him.
perty damages to the property, but the courts can make the "- .
I would indeed welcome any comments you might care to parents pay only $500. r .
lend -- either on this subject or any other area of Constitu-
tional Revision.
Another exception to rule, that, theparents are not respon- 4 '
sible for the injuries caused by their children; is, if the childis
In addition to the above, I feel that one of the greatest accomplishments Ti' I
guilty of the offense and has behaved similiarly iri the past
of the regular session was the passage of the s I
and either parent knows of the earliest behavior. A good ex- .
Anti-discrimination law. This law prohibits any discrimination Y
ample of this is; Mr. and Mrs. Brown have a daughter, Joyce,
against race, color or creed in regard to employ-
who on s e v e r a 1 occasions displayed terrible fits temper,
ment for state position.
any when these temper tantrums occur,Joyce bites, scratches and

kicks anyone near her entertaining Gladys, Joyce rushed into
I was one of the co-introducers and strong supporters in
the room and it was obvious,by her conduct she was quite
behalf of this bill, and will continue to work to the end that
disturbed and Joyce's mother demanded that Joyce leave IMt
angry. IY'x ?
equal opportunity be afforded all the citizens of our state and
the room immediately. This only further increased and angered i
country, so that they might live out their lives with that mea-
Joyce. She subsequently fell to thefloor in a fit of rage. In
sure of dignity they so well deserve.
the midst of Joyce's performance and temper tantrum,she bit

Sincerely, her mother's company, kicked Gladys on the legs repeatedlyand .
Robert L. Shevin scratched both her arms and hands. The mother's com-

State Senator pany, Gladys, promptly left and later sued Mrs.Brown for the

Dear Sir; injuries received from her child's behavior and Gladys recovered -
The court stated that Mrs. Brown knew of Joyce's

After listening at times to the nightly radio program of a behavior, therefore, it was Mrs. Brown's duty to protect other

certain commentator and his SICK-SICK, callers, one can be- from any harm that might results from such beha vior. Thus, if 'f
come somewhat ill themselves! you know your child acts in a particular way,that, might bring r.
Someone should tell this commentator of one ofthe sayingsof injury or harm to others, you have a duty to protect the public

the great Abraham Lincoln;"Whenever I hearanyone speak and not' subject them these'dangerous propensities. as court

for slavery, I have a very strong impulse to see it tried out labels them. 4

on them PERSONALLY." In this commentator's great defense,

admiration, etc., for the "rights" of Wallace- one wonders Parents have a responsibility for, their children. However,

just how this commentator would react had Wallace, in his the primary responsiblity for support rest with the father. In

"brave stand" on school segregation, selected for the objectsof the event of the father's death,desertion or proven inability to

his racism Caucasian CATHOLIC children in place of support the children, the responsiblity becomes the mother's. Coed Now StewardessAt I
Negro children? Please understand that I mean nothing deroga- Parents may discipline their children to the extent that the

tory in having chosen"Catholic" -children,have stated this discipline is neither excessive or Injurious to the child's phys- BethuneCookman Col- plication for the stewardess

only because the commentator's grandchildren are catholic. I ical and mental health. When this is exceeded the parent is lege, Barbara Brown of Miami training she called home to tell

am sure that were this the case, this commentator would not committing a crime and must answer to the court.LEJ'S a pretty Social Science them "They were sure surprised -

so ardently rush to the defense of a Wallace. Well, as Abraham major, was chosen twice as a ," she said, "But they

Lincoln said Campus Queen, and now as an thought it was so exciting.The
Now he has another Brain Storm. The Idea of bringing airline stewardess, she is only thing they were disap-

Colonel James here to speak to the Negro Youth, is entirely pleasing her passengers with pointed about was that I wasn't

unecessary. Evidently the commentator is unaware that there TAU POLITICS the same charm and person- coming home to work.
are far more Negroes percentagewise in the Armed Services ality that won the hearts of her Barbara will be based In Miami
than other ethnic Certainly it is not the stewardess but
any group. Negroeswho By NORMAN E. JONES fellow students. as an EAL
need Colonel James to "set example" to THEM, since Twenty-one and eager to see living in Florida won't be ex-

they far out-number all others in the Armed Services. (I do NEGRO LEADERS- SERVE TWO MASTERS the world, Barbara is one of actly new to her. She was born
not know if it is necessary that I mention that I am a Caucasian Eastern's new stewardesses.She in Bradenton and attended
woman). ROBERT GILDER NEGRO LEADER?GIBBONS"HANDBOY' graduated last week after school In Daytona Beach be-
SincerelyA fore her family moved to Cali-
five weeks of training -
Reader of The Miami TimesP. NAACP-Civil Rights news for daily newspapers radio anc with 67 other girls.
later television coverage for Florida has originated from a she doesn't havea
had Right now
mother and father
S. Perhaps Colonel James should be given as an exampleto Tampa dateline since the early post world war two days; When "My specific run to fly but will be
idea I would a
the Swastika Bearers of Cicero the Klu Klux Klan mons- two young and aggressive Negro attorneys William Fordham no on reserve status a while-
ters of Dixie and elswhere and the States of Mississippiand and Francisco Rodriguez as state president and legal counsel stewardess, she
which means mightgoanywhere -
I didn't either. It all
Alabama. sparked the dormant organization to statewide recognition. "Iguess happened so suddenly.". on short notice.Already

As a result of her switch In this short notice has taken her

Dear Mr Bondu; careers, she'll be flying allover to San Juan,Puerto Rico,Nas-

It was a real pleasure to see your column in the August 11th With the NAACP then spearheading the embryonic civil the United States and, sau, Freeport, Bahamas, New
issue of The Miami Times and read your fine comments about rights movement NAACP officers were assumed to be the hopefully, abroad. "It will bea York, Newark, and Atlanta.
the attitude of our Telephone Company employees. spokesmen for the Negro by the white press and it became different way of life from "It's a good way to get to

common for the daily press-radio and later TV reporters and what I had planned," Barbara know the airline and it's op-
We try to give good courteous communications services and and photographers to beseige these NAACP officials on every said. erations," Barbara said."But
it's personally gratifying see this recognized in a newspaper question relating to the Negro, and to take such answers and It all started when Barbara what I'd like to have is the MI-

column such as yours. statements Issued by these NAACP spokesmen as true repre- came to Miami for an 11-week ami to New York run with long
Sincerely, sentation of the total Negro community. This custom of recognition stay a few months ago.She had layovers in New York. I havea
Lawrence B. Sheffey of the NAACP officers Negro Leaders" originated received her Bachelor of Arts sister there and I could visit
Vice President Southern Bell
with and is still maintained by the white press and not degree Bethune-Cook- with her."

Dear Editor; the Negro community. man and was going on to grad- After New York, Barbara

I feel we should be called Black American because; first, uate school in California."A dreams of international flights
we have to ask ourselves, where do we come from? few of my sorority sis- to places she's only heard or
The descendants of a common ancestor,a family,tribe, peo- Then shortly came to Tampa Robert "Bob' Saunders, first ters (AKA) were flying with read about. Actually being accepted -

ple, or nation, believed to belong to the same stock, a breed; paid executive secretary of Florida NAACP State branches, other airlines and an Eastern for stewardess train-
also, a class or kind of individuals with common character who naturally officially qualified as the NAACP spokesman recruiter had been to Bethune- ing came as a surprise to Barbara -

habits. Having dark skin, hair, and eyes;pertaining or belong- the entire state, adding further to the Importance of a Tampa Cookman," Barbara said. .
ing to a race characterized by dark pigmentation, (meaningskin dateline as a source of Negro news and oplnlns. "That's when I first got the "I hoped but I wasn't sure
color). A person descended wholly or partly from these flying bug. While I was in Miami I'd be accepted, she said.
black races. the Urban League spon- There are currently some

Why I have added American behind black is that American Then with a revived and very active state organization, another sored a Job Fair. There was a 40 Negro stewardesses flying
means a citizen of the United States.A Tampa resident was elected president of the state booth with applications there with Eastern Airlines, which

citizen means; An Inhabitant of a city, town or state, one NAACP Branches. With the president, executive secretary and and I decided to sign up. And trains over 2,000steward-

enjoying its freedom and privileges as a free man.I legal counsel of the state NAACP domiciled in Tampa, the here I am ready to takeoff esses a year.
know the last statement pertaining to citizenship has a lot Tampa office of the NAACP became a "happy hunting groundfor ." An Eastern spokesman said
of people saying citizenship does not mean us,because of con- the more abundant happenings on the ever increasing civil Barbara's family lives in, this is part of the airlines i

dition. That is why I say Black American. rights front, school suits,sit-ins,bus boycotts, marches, dem- Santa Ana, California, and as equal opportunity program for
Thomas: Washington onstrations, kept NAACP officials In the spotlight. soon as she filled out the ap- both men and women.t .

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday August 25, 1967 Jamaica was th a vacation choice nf .AMnrnavMargaret ...-..._# and.ER........ Calvin -
In Miami for a visit with her aunt. Mrs. Edna Milledeeandher and son, Calvin Jr. along with Mr. and Mrs. Edward
home Mapp,
husband Rev. Ernest Talmadge at their 68th Street .
I and Mark of Den- Johnson and son, Kyle.
I were Florence Faust and children, Johnny From Burlington, N. J. came Mrs. Marie Aikens and daughter -

afFriends C.are saying welcome home to Gloria Julius Green who spent a few days in Miami I as guest of the Bellamys at

I, day) and then their 48th Street home.
who joined the Afro-European tour (twenty-one
Dr. and Mrs. Melton White (Berthenia) the Lawerence
'67. Thanks for the beautiful Souvenir.
jetted Expo
Adderlys little ones were baptized at the Episcopal Church of
Sharpe and children, Patricia, Mary Ellen and I so KIND. Incarnation. Welcome Alan Leslie White and Tonya Michelle
George Styles Jr. were houseguests of Dr. and Mrs. Oswald I Pauline Higgs Johnson and son, Michael tell of a most enJoyable -
SmJth! of New York. They also visited relatives and friendsin stay with the Barnett (Helen Higgs)Holstons at their Sil- Adderly.The Marks motored to the
Calvin (Rudolph) NorthwesternUnited
New Jersey. Washington D. C. and friends in
ver Springs visiting ,
vacation with relatives and
States for a friends. This
Cleo Jollivette jetted to Houston to vacation with her sister, Virginia, time was just too short when there's so much to see. first trip to this section of our country.
and brother-in-law, Gina and Ronnie Frazier,who were visiting Mrs. Cherry Mills Boyer will be the fashion commentator was Mildred Rudy's Clarke's reason for her absence from her
the senior Fraziers. The Fraziers 27 from 4-6 p.m., when the Elite Social new
are making their homein on Sunday, August ,
her first flight to Nassau a much-needed
at Bonded home was vaca-
Washington. and Civic Club stage a Fashion Show with Coctails
After two months vacation with mother, Mrs. Spero Parker Collection Auditorium Featured artists will be Esther Brown, tion. Bethany Jackson, her niece also made the trip.
and daughter, Gracia, Otilie Prather returns to her family and soloist, New York, accompanied by Roy Wade of Miami, who1 Victoria Minnis and Wilfred Barry were married Saturday,
5 in Salem Baptist Church, Nassau. The bride is the
classroom duties at Cuthbert, Georgia. lives in New York City. The public is invited. August
Georgia houseguests of Mrs. Mattie Reed and family at their Drop by Southern Nursing Home and cheer up Percy Styles. daughter of Mrs. Mellisa Sears of Nassau. bridegroom is
44th Street home are John and Leola Jordan and their four He's been there for a month and life is getting dreary. Or send the son of Mrs. Olive Barry and Mr. Albert Barry. Friends
little Jordans of Macon. First trip to Miami for the Jordans. him :a card have been invited to a wedding reception (second one) on Sa-
Here from Morganfield, Kenturcky are Charles and Sandra In Miami r a visit with her sister, Joan Reed and familyis turday, August 26 to meet the newlyweds.
Boddie, houseguests of Charles Jones at his Opa-lockahome. Barbara Hartma junior at Clark College, Atlanta. Dolly patten of Nassau Is visiting guests at the Columbus
Mr. and Mrs. Leeds are kept quite busy these days enter- Before returning to the University of Detroit,William Hutch- Hotel. Dolly is vacationing in Miami as well as visiting with
taining daughter Ivy Hicks granddaughter,Sara of Brook- inson is visiting his mother, Mildred In St. Louis. Mildred, a her father, Mr. Percy Pinder.
former Miamian (Green family) is on the staff of Homer G. Cyrus and Ruby Rayford jetted to Detroit for a vacation. The
lyn.Arthur and Louise McQueen visited relatives in Brunswick, Phillips hospital. couple also visited relatives and friends in Saginaw and Toledo.
Pawley Island, S. C. and Georgetown. Back in town- Rosylyn Sands after a long abscence; Hazel Invitations are in the mail for the September 2, wedding of
Gwen Welters', the children and her mother Mrs. Lena Dean Terre after vacationing in Omaha; Juanita Lane after Sharon Yvette Cliett and Mr. James Robert Johnson.
Heastie motored to Expo '67. But hubby, Warren and papa, seven weeks at Florida University; Josephine Mackey, Florie Ray Aranha (Mildred DeVoe and Charles Aranha's son) is
Raymond Heastie planed to Montreal to join the family and Woodard, Madelyn Thompson, the Joseph(Josephine) Poitiersand making rapid strides at Studio M. Last week,the theater introduced
share the thrills of "A Wonder to Behold." children, Bernadette and Joseph Jr.Canada and Expo 67; one of Ray's plays, "To the Second World." Congratulations -
Elijah and Chandler Chills gave a cocktail and dinner party a bit of foreign flavor -- Emily Morris and daughter Elsa and !
August 19, at Open House in their new Florida City home. Elya, Rev. and Mrs. Edward (Zerline) Ferguson,Audrey Williams Inez Foster and daughter, Rhondrea are thrilled over the
Leave it to the fabulous and debonaire Jimmy Moore to do and daughter, Pamela; Mavis George and cousins, Plea- many sights they saw while on the tour to California.
the unusual. He and his beloved wife Mary arranged their va- sant, Debra and Iran Bowe,Carolyn Lewis and Rebecca Harris Earl and Ruble Mizell and sons, Errol and Ralph, spent their
cation in sections. The first section was spent with an old side Levi and Leola Johnson and Ernest Adderly after vacationingin vzcation 'South of the Border,Down Mexico Way' visiting Aca-
kick Santiago McCartia and his family up in the Mountain sec- Nassau. pulco and Mexico City. Enroute home they visited the Grand
tion of Wallkill, New York. On returning to Miami to rest and Get well wishes to Samuel Barkley at North Shore Hospital; Canyon, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Los Angeles.
replan. the Moores planed-out to visit father-in-law,Charlie Emerald Pratt at Jackson: Annie Edwards at home andlda James and Catherine Wells spent their vacation Jekyll Island -
Ryles 'of 1112 Decauter Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. Going along Cooper, So. Miami Hospital:Mr. W. B. Roux, Sr. Savannah and Orlando.
with the Moores each time was their godson "Kayo" Arthur The Musical and Literary Program sponsored by the A1C Carlos E. Aybar, son of Mrs. MarieAybar and grandson -
Davis who was eight years old July 9.Happy birthday "Kayo"to Brownsville Improvement Association Sunday, August 20 fea- of Mrs. Drucilla Sears, has been named Airman of the
you and "god-pa" Moore who celebrated his birthday Au- tured two sisters, Florence Hall (dramatic readings) and month at a base in Texas. He is responsible for storing, re-
gust 16.Mrs. Esther Brown (soloist). Esther's accompanist was Mr. Ros- ceiving and issuing medical supplies. Airman Aybar also ser
Joe (Cora) Brown Opa-locka, took the month of Julyto coe Speed, music instructor at Miami Jackson. ves as projectionest at the base theater.
visit relatives and friends in Youngstown, Ohio; New York Fifty delegates from the Bahamas arrived on Monday enrouteto
City; Philadelphia and Middlesex, pa. Before returning to Mi- Elks' National Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Johnson returned on Sunday after spend-
ami, her popular husband "Syke" as he is called by close Arriving to Miami on 'Tuesday to visit his ailing mother,. ing an enjoyable week in Nassau, Bahamas.
friends, joined her and they enjoyed the sights and sounds of Mrs. Henrietta Sweeting, was her son:Brenville (Bob)Robertsof Mrs. Katheryn BrittonMiggie( )is here visiting relatives and
Expo 67.Orchidi. New York City. wish her former classmates of 1945 would contact her at MUl-
to: St. Theresa's Chapter of the Episcopal Church Willena Smith and daughter, Wansetta have returned home 6321, the home of her aunt. Mrs. Fred Jackson.T. .
women of The Incarnation on its Annual Midsummer Scholar- after a two weeks vacation in Atlanta with her brother and his C. Mumford, charming head-start social worker-aide for
ship Tea on Sunday, August 20, at the church. The award< is wife, Andrew and Mary Phillips and other relatives.By poinciana Park Elem is a delegate for local No. 65 mall-hand
named in memory of the late John J. Jarrett, first priest of the time you read this-- Marie Cooper would have start- lers Auxiliary National Convention Detroit.
the church. Mrs. Sheba Martin 1 s chairman. Recipients of the ed her vacation, in New York City. Mrs. Wilda Bain has returned after three weeks In the Bahamas -
John J. Jarrett award ,were Bernie Bradley, who will enter Mrs. Elizabeth Cary, (Gwen Davis) mother returned to Mi- Alice Town (Eleuthera) visited relatives,happy be
Morehouse and Gershan Marner Nelson, who is registered< at ami after an absence, of eleven months.It was a visit with her back home.
Miami-Dade. children and grandchildren: In California, #Ruby and Delores Mrs. Marian Harris Shannon, Counselor and Curriculum
Jetting' to Cincinnati to represent the Miami Alumnae Chapter Williams and three: children; Er ma and Samuel Armstrong and Writer at BTW High has been selected to appear in the 1967
of Delta Sigma Theta were Doreen R. Young and Eleanor son, Edward Carey in New York. edition of Outstanding Personalities of the South.
Cole at the 29th National Convention. Friends and customers are happy to see Susan Wright at After vacationing for two weeks in Toledo Martha Collinsis
Jewel Young and daughter,Traci, spent the summer in Selma her business (Susie's Coffieurs), after a stay inthe hospital. back to work, at Robert E. Lee.
Alabama visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James White. Irene Spaulding chose St. Simon's Island, Ga. for her vaca- Mrs. Gertrude Pettier and daughter, Wendy, returned to
Mrs. Sarah Byrd Harris and Mrs. Essie Hall Williams of tion with relatives and friends. Her niece,Amy Lotson, a jun- their home in Springfield, Mass., on August 17, by EasternAir
Tampa; Mr.and Mrs.. B.Grimsely were guests at the Hamp- ior at Ft. Valley State accompanied her to Miami for a vaca- Lines after 15-day vacation in the city. They were house-
ton House. tion before returning to school. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Monroe, 1730 NW 1st Ct. Mrs.
Juanita Price Thompson planed to our Nation's capital to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Miller and children have returned to Monroe(Bloneva a sister of Mrs. Poitier'shusband, Glad-
withness the marriage of Miss Constance Clay, daughter of their Opa-locka home after visiting the Eastern states and Expo stone.
Mr. and Mrs.James Clay and her son, Vaughn Price at Metropolitan '67.
Baptist Church on July 29.Vaughn is the son of Juanita
and Nassau.Mr. Herman Price. The couple spent their honeymoon in $25.00 REWARDFor WOOLWORTH'Si'utltanhlnn I

Robbie (Bob) and Hazel Wright returned from the month's the return or informa-
vacation on Sunday. Motoring to Fayetteville, Vassar Collegeto tion leading to the return of a
a Talladega Alumni reunion. They toured the New England Mikkor Matic F 1.4 Lens
States, Quebec before seeing expo'67. Later to St. Louis to the Camera, lost last week in the
Kappa Conclave; then via Cleveland and Xavier to spend a week vicinity of the Miami Times. + .. s
with children WCD and Mrs. Levi Holland and Bettye at Ft. Call FrankJohnson, 635-4748. .,I.'mod.

Leonard Wood, Missouri, then home.It LABOR DAY DANCEThe
was a thrilling episode in the life of Mr. Jessie Aaron(of
Starlette Social Club is
Gainesville 80 yrs. young) when daughter, Ida Woodside and her sponsoring a Labor Day week-
husband, Percy invited him for his first ;airplane ride and a end dance on Friday, September t
vacation in Nassau. While they enjoyed Nassau; Ida's mother, 1, at the Miami police Be- yP 21 s N t'a
Mrs. Lee Ann Aaron vacationed in Miami with daughter, Naomi nevolent Hall 4343 NW 17th (4't Ji
Landers of Tallahassee and grandaughter,Gloria Randolph and Ave. from 10- 2 p.m.Informal i ( fit
her husband, James.Houseguesting Donation $1.50. Come and enjoy ltf 't' d j
with the Jimmie (Dorothy) Coopers at their yourself. 4 S IL : V.i qV.r
47th Street home are Florence Brown Hall and children of Kan- t ;
sas City and Esther Brown and son, of New York City. INVINCIBLES HOLD a :;

Racial Harmony" by Adon Taft, Herald Religious Editor. class of 1956 held their \.
A story about Elder W. H. Richardson and the members of regular .
meeting on Sunday, at
Church of God Tabernacle 1351 NW 67th \
StreetSat. Another the home of Mrs. Theola :
Catherine Brewster's (Miami News) series on the importanceof White. The meeting was calledto
beauty and fashion trends among today's Negro women. order by president LaRue _' !
And the Herald's "Back to School" issue, everything you Ford. The group discussed ..
should know about our school system. many projects in which they 4 "
Congratulations to the James (Venda Rei) Gibsons of St. are working toward. One pro- '*
Petersburgh! who are cuddling a pink bundle of joy, their first, ject was the Avon Billington > ,
Natalie Louise. Prof and Millie ent Wilsonare theproud Fund. The group will along
grandparents.Here with other organizations de- Bulky knit acrylicCARDIGANS Orion Soft OrloiParrylir
from Newark via Tampa were the three little Hudleys posit an amount of the fundsin
(Elmira, Marci and Yvette, nieces of Leatha Williams Leatha the trust savings. This is to AGRVLICSHELLS BOYS' SWEATERS
was really on the go try to get in most of Miami's attractions. go toward purchasing a machine -
Stephanie Jones godchild came to her and entertained
) rescue which is so badly needed
the trio with a party.So that might be helpful to save
sorry. these names were omitted last week in our report another life. A citation was 599 199 191
of the California tour: Edith R. Bragg,Josephine Mackeyand presented to the group signedby
Doris J. Walker. Lady Bird Johnson for the.
Everyone is talking about the superb musical staged at St. contribution given to some
Agnes Episcopal Church last Sunday evening. Guest Organistwas needy children The president four Attractive front reverse cables. Crew stitch neck.with Ribbed designs with waist, pointelle front V-neck style In fancy .stitch Wash-

Arthur Chambers. Our own, Leila Williams,continues to ask all members to attend the Here in white teal blue brick Easy-on back jewel zippers.necklines.White pattern.able acrylic Button in red front., navy, blue
grow more thrilling as she has in the past. red, olive green, gold. S-M-L. and pastels.
regular meetings. The class Sizes 34 to. 40. or irrpv,. Sizes 4 to. 8.
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lyn are visiting their aunt Grace Higgs at her 67th Street at the i
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Bride-elect Sharon Dean (now a.m., at New Bethel Baptist I
welded and then-proposed bridal party were feted with pre- Church, Opa-locka.Rev.W.K. I'I'
welding get-together Aug. 19 by aunt Mrs. Smith, pastor 'I
Matthew Davis at the home of aunt Annie I The purpose of the meetingis
Stirrup prior to her Aug. 20 merger to stress the importance of !
Clinton Williams received his ME (masterof I supporting financially the
education) degree in psychology of read- r plans for the relocation of
Ing from Temple University in Philly this Florida Memorial College
summer, which adds to his ability as a from St. Augustine to the Mia
mobile reading instructor for Dade County mi area.
Schools. Veteran Magic City Cab courier The Seaboard is the first as-
Phillip Peterson's daughter Jean and her sociation in the state to show
hubby. oro-footballer "Bummv" Brannanan such concern for the school.
( Atlantan allready proud owners of a 4-year-old halfback,
now has a little cheer-leader.Her name's Kim Katherine, born '
Aug. 12. Papa Brannan plays for the New York Jets. NOTICEI The members of Second Mr. Frank Johnson Johnson Sister Beatrice Shelton,chaplain (j'
Rev. Rene Pierrie Louis Melzie Coleman Chapter No. of Miami Studio;Sister D. Mil- ; Lady Eva Marshall, fin- )
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: What's wrong at Incarnation ? ? \? have Just arrived from Haiti.I 5, Order of Eastern Stars, ler, M. C. for the occasion; ancial secretary; Sister Zel-
What fools ye mortals be I 1 I If Walter Winchell's popular am here to help all people. celebrated their annual Starson Lady Adgnoe Bradshaw, nar- dora Rowe, Ass. Cond. \\J
syndicated column hits the airwaves once again it'll go out I am here directly from the Parade Tea at the Bonded rator for the models; Mrs. Standing left to right,Sister
over KABC-Radio in Los Angeles around Labor Day (Sept 4)] mountains of Haiti.have been Collection Building, July 23 Vera Williams, soloist andall Annie Clark, Ref. Chm.; Sis \
And the L. A. Herald Examiner, a WW syndicated sheet, fasting andpraying, and have They wish to thank their others whose names are not ter Pearl Ward, Ada; Lady ,
will get the billing ..Satellite barmistress Gladys Keller backin received the power from God friends, models and other par- mentioned.The Katie Grenshaw, NDGM; Sis-
harness after two weeks vacation Marjorie McCray,dubbed to help whatever problem you ticipants that helped to make WM, Lady, Wonza Deli- ter Carrie Glascock, Ester; I
"Miss Personality," now takes off for her'n. Edward may have. I am here to bring the affiar a financial success. ford, then left to attend the Su- Sister Mary Jackson, Martha;' ,
(Bulla) Rodriguez of Daytona houseguested with Artie Richardson good news and blessing's to Special thanks to the Corinth preme Convention in Nassau, Sister Ruby Frederick, PWM;
and family of Richardson Mortuary. Public Health the world. If you need help Junior Choir No. 2, Deacon Bahamas. It was a very en- Sister Violet Tisby, Warder; :
Supervisor Ada DeVeaux off to Jamaica vacation. write me or call me. My address Roy E c tor, president; their joyable and educational trip. Sister Amanda Allen, Electa; ,
: 1029 NW 7th Avenue, dressmaker and designer of Members seated left to right Sister Ella Ellis, Ref. Com.; j
SALT WATER TAFFY: Mildred Moncur-ClarkSusle Davis, Miami, Florida 33136, phone the latest fashions, Mrs. E. Lady Maggie Norris, AM; Sister: Emma L. Williams, ,
Dr and Mrs Howard (Lorraine Sawyer) Hadley off to a Nassau 3745095. Ferguson; photographer, Lady Annie Lenard, PWM; treasurer. .'
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They an hop .
John Sweeting back from a Harlem summer stint. Vera Mc- Public School Kindergarten Registration Friday ,J
Cartney enjoyed another natal holiday with family and friends -

Aug. 19 Lloyd Hepburn back from summer school at Bene- Registration for 28 tuition Dade schools were cancelledthis ly Installments of $5. to 11 a.m. or 12:30 to 3 p.m. :
dict College in Columbia, S. C. With radio stations hav- kindergarten and preschool summer when state funds Classes will be part of the
ing six days and nights to spin Jazz,bop, souland rhythm records programs in Dade's public for the additional units were regular responsibility of the Teachers will be employedon :1
why do we have to listen to their nonsensical blubber- schools will be held Friday, not provided. school principals and will be of half or whole day basis, de-
ings all day on Sunday, too ? ?? The Albert (Hattie) Johnsons August 25, Dr. Edward Whig-, 2 1/2 hours duration 8:30 pending upon enrollment.
sporting new '67 Chewy Impala... The Edwin Sweetings over ham, deputy superintendent of Tuition charges are for each
from Nassau. schools announced semester. For the $75 kinder-
gartens, staffed by graduate NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAYI!

Plans call for eight $75 tui- certified teachers, a depositof NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU '
THE WEEK'S WASH: Remember Wilbert (Skinny D) Davis tion kindergarten
programs $25 is payable regis-
and his wine Wilhelmina Johnson who left Our Town over a and 20 $45 tuition preschool tration and the remainder upon during COOKS BUSBOYS
decade ago to make their home In Dania?Well, they're parentsof program;'Chlldrenwhowillbe the first week of school. DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
three grownups (2 boys, 1 girl) and grand-parents of four five years of age on or before STATION DRIVERS :'
.Henry Goa recipient of Master's degree ((10 Guidance) from Jan. 1 are eligible to attend. For the $45 preschool pro- HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN SA1'
Florida A & M summer recess. Stanley Newbold replaces grams, $15 must be paid at
Fred Williams as sexton at St Agnes Donald Evans Shoe Plans for free kindergarten time of registration and the Employment Service

Repair, a long-time downtown Miami fixture,moved to Seventh programs in a large number of balance is payable in six week- Uv.r .lO Y.or. Service 'In Miami
at 63rd Police Lieutenant Leroy Smith, in civvies, and - Street1587663
714 NW 62nd
Miami Times photo-staffer, Frank Johnson in conversationalhuddle
Former Cafe Society musical fixture Little Bo Pete 534 N, Miami Avenue 379-8382
and his Playboys at the Tomboy Club. 1

NOW PLAY1KC C When I take a case, I thoroughly

THE GUTTER GAZETTE: The CarlBobbie Butler)Hender- study the background.
sons lost their son at birth in Cleveland, Ohio. Hazel Deanin DRIVE IN THEATRE Events
happening before.
from Nassau visiting the Puyols. WAME late-night com- years
mentator Art Green should run for mayor -- could win I 111 I I can win a day in court.J'
Cabaret head liner Pearl Williams headed for European tour

after she closes out Labor Day.Co-featured on-tour promisesto a WMaybe that's why I picked
be sexy snacke-charmer and ofay beaut Zorita of the Show
Bar Donald (Scooter) Huyler in Christian Memorial hosp Gordon's London Dry Gin.
for surgery after auto accident. Marcus Symonette to matriculate Good English background.
in science. What has
at Dade Jr College mortuary
happened to Dist No. 2 deputy constable James Simmons ? ? ? Drythewayllikeit,99Charles I

And is former Dist No. 2 Constable Ray Bradley still around? E. UOyd Attorney Advisor to the Slauson.Washington
Coordinating Council Counsel The Bank of finance Advisor to Operation
Bootstrap one of the most successful young lawyers in the Southwest

STUFF AND SUCH: One of Our Town's prettiest brown-eyed
dolls (trophies she won from Heaven) Mrs. Leon Kelly -- Dr
Clarence R. Hogan's well-groomed dental assistant. HenrySt
George looking better .Ira Sullivan Four at the Rancher
Joycelyn Hadley and the Hadley Clan's poppa, Heyward
Hadley, reported gravely ill in Palmetto.Send him a wire .
Former Mia m i a n Israel (Shoulders) Milton visiting family PETER SELLERS URSULA ANDRESS
from his adopted home of Mansette, N. Y. He's executive director UHLWB-WDON ALLEN
of Community Service Center, there Jonathan and f4
Fannie Thurston home from NYC and Philly. Look for one
of our high school female instructors to make the social head-
lines immediately after school opens.
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CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Saint Agnes' episcopal churchnow
has a new, attractive Lectern, a bequest honoring the (4
memory of the late donor Mrs. Eliza Dean. And St. Agnes' d
newly-installed pews are oh, so purtyl Makes a fella wanna
sit, kneel and listen ?And the two new hymnal boards plac- I sof
ed majestically there are gifts from the late James Roberts
family in memory of its deceased parents Now, if we had
peace and harmony among St Agnes' members, its vestry and
only prelate, a very pretty picture could be painted one that .a 12p '
would out-rival the new pews, new lectern, hymnal boards
decorative painting and all other physical adjustments. ). RDONSDtsffutD
about adjusting our poor, wretched and sinful lives?Selah Howl I I !
Shifting in 2nd gear! Assistant principal of curriculum at!, E t /YIi ffirl
Liberty City elementary Andel (Rev. I. C.) Mlckins to princi- LONDONfMCIN
Moton elementary (Perrine) succeeding Zola
palship at R. R. Cordon Gin created
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golfers! They will receive their: trophies for playing good golf
this week, during the National United Golfer's Association
Tournament at Miami Springs and LeJeune courses.The trophy -
Ball is going to be held at The Knight Beat starting at 9:00: ,
so why don't we all go and watch and applaud these fine win-
ners, whoever they may be. Frank DuBoise and his Chicken
Scratchers will furnish the dan6nusic;E.Lois Foreman will
furnish the vocals, and there will be otherentertainment. The
golfers afe enjoying the beautiful sunshine,showers and moon
over Miami" very much, and are talking of coming back real ,
soon. Now for the scoop Would you believe that our own Y F \
Garth Reeves shot an 83 on the first day in the "celebrity"
portion of the tournament? I don't know how many times he did
not count a swing, but the rest of the foursqme said he had an
"honest-to-goodness" 831 We have to take their words for it,
because they were our City Manager, Mr. Melvin Reese; our J
Director of Publicity and Tourism. Mr. Lew Price; and our JI'
City Commissioner, Mr. Stephen ''Clark.83? ? ? Congratulations '

anyhow! Do you "hear"a little jealousy seeping through ..
from Mayme? (that was her scoop). --- -- ENTERTAINED I
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Frances Jackson ( of New w -
Haven, Conn.) Local Frontiers International Service Club and Hampton Many thanks to the Frontiers, S. J. Ramsey, president /- '
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Tony(of Toby's) House served as host to Georgetown, Guyana South ; Hampton House and Villas; Mrs. Ernestine Crue,
American Boy Scouts while in Miami, August 1820. Desk Manager; Troop 77 of our local Boy Scout Council \
VIP OF THE WEEK: William McBride These Scouts were returning from the 12th World and members of Girl Scout Troop 409 for making these :
The Miami Beach Kennel Club, tried very hard to have a Jamboree held in Farragut State Park, Idaho, August foreign scouts stay a real friendship experience. John-- \
UGA night in which they would present a trophy to UGA, and son of Miami photo. j
name a race for the organization,during this tournament. This
Kennel Club was the first in Florida to have Pari-Mutuel bet- 1.19.Part
ting, and is completely air conditioned,with closed circuit TV Time Jobs Needed for Jr High StudentsHundreds I
for viewing the races. I have not yet been there, but those who ..
have say it is a fine Club.By the way, they were the first club of Dade County tion of them all. If a deserv- County to come to the aid of Williams, 444-3142.
to integrate all of their facilities, we hear, so all you loversof Junior high school students ing boy or girl needs a job, these deserving children. The Booker T. Washington Jr.-
the dog track should be on your way, nightly, to the Miami will be looking to the businessmen every effort will be made to boys and girls would be in the Sr. High School, Mr. Eddie
Beach Kennel Club. Tell them you know me,and you'll pay the of Greater Miami to help find him. The children in the age group from 14 to 17 years Bunyan, 3772536.
same as anyone else. make possible the completionof program are allowed to go to old, and thecoordinator at Robert E. Lee Jr. High
their academic school year. school half a day and work halfa each school would appreciatethe School, Mr. Ed V. Parnell,
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Have you heard Arthur Through the cooperation of day and they receive school opportunity to explain the 633-1571.
Prysock's new album? His "Ghost of a Chance"is something the State Department of Edu- credits for both.We have found plan further. Citrus Grove Jr High
worth listening to.Of course,anything he does is great listen- cation, last year a pilot program that this combinaton of both The participating school he School, Mr. Thomas Lingle,
ing to Did you know that the Visiting Nurses Associationis was developed in Dade work and study usually gives coordinator and his telephone 373-8746.
under the United Fund?It is the general impression, I think, County. This was known as a the boys and girls incentive number is listed here for your Riviera Jr.High School,Mr.
that these nurses are sent by The Welfare Department. They Junior High School Work Experience enough that they will completethe convenience. Won't you consi- Robert Webster, 221-6166.
are doing a marvelous job, and I hope that we support them .J program.lts purposewas school year. der helping find work for these Carol City Jr. High School,
through our United Fund Marvis Mingle taking a much to help as many deserv- We are appealing to you,the deserving students? Mr. Grant Butler, 621-2411.
needed vacation from Southern Bell. Mable Marks out of ing children as possible and at readers of The Miami Times, George Washington Carver Dorsey Jr. High School,Mr.
the hospital, and taking a vacation trip to New York and Atlan- the same time prevent child- and the businessmen of Dade Jr. High School, Mr. George Robert Davison, 691-0161.
tic City with hubby, Dave, soon Talked with the fabulous ren from dropping out of
Chris Columbo the other night.He is back in Atlantic City after school In the school year
two years in the Middle East.He has rejoined Wild Bill Davisat 1966-67, there were three
"Gracie's Little Belmont" Club, there Raffle ticketsare schools in Dade County with WHY NOT DO YOUR
going good for the Foot-Joy Golf Shoes donation by the this program. This year there
Brockton Footwear Company for the benefit of Variety Child- will be seven schools parti-
ren's Hospital. The drawing will be held at the UGA tro- cipating.In BANKING AT LINCOLN?
phy ball on Friday night. Congratulations to Miss Delores a nut shell, the programis
for chosen "Miss Shirley Seldon
Hayes being Dolphin" this: The coordinator at
taking off for Nassau and a much needed rest along with her each school finds part time Full Banking Service
sisters, Debra and Alma Donovan. Billy Hardemon, the little work for the boys and girls In
man of the family sez they're not goingto leave him here. He his program. These children TailoredTo
made his own reservations... Mrs.Vera Hicks of Hicks Kurl have special problems. These With Hours
and Komb, back at the shop after an extended Illness. We're problems may be economic, Y
glad to know she Is recuperating nicely. Mrs. Gerry Ar- trauncy, discipline, slow academic Fit YourConvenience
rington back from a visit home to visit her folks. Ruby progress or a combina-
Curry, Attorney Arrington's Secretary recently married,and,
looking happy as can be. That Is it for this week. Till the


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Enjoy the sounds of three RECEIVING LOANPAYMENTS and Bookeeptng.. Mrs.
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-..----.-.-...- Mr Forrest W, Thomas, a gin-Islands Mr. Thomas received ferent positions in the Customs ,
Knuckleheads Headhunters musicians left to right, George Forbes, alto native of Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- his 15-year service pin Service. \
saxophone; Amos Roundtree, trumpet;Hubert McArthur, guitar; Keith Dawson, drums. vania, is employed as a Cus- last year, and previously was Mr. Thomas is married to I
I Singer and dancers, left to right, Willie// Thomas, vocalist; Jerry Jones, Gregory Boyd, toms Inspector by the U.S. cited under the Incentive former Eugenia Dorothy' j
James Jones. Customs Service, Region IV, Awards Program.Mr. Strolgh, who alsoattendedHoward -
Miami, and is presently sta- Thomas' present duties University. They have
TACOLCY Youth Proaram Gets (twits tioned at the Port of Nassau, require the application of one daughter an d three sons,
Bahamas.He highly complex and technical the youngest son now serving
Organized since May of this Mrs. Portia Bannister, Mr, through the EOPI as a part of knowledge of the provisions of in the U. S. Marine Corps.,
theAdvi- Gregory Boyd, Mr. Willie i center at 6406 NW
year, "Tacolcy, "Tacolcy" graduated fromSchenleyHigh the Tariff Act and of the Cus-
Committee of Thomas, Dr. Ben Atkinson andMiss I 7th
sory Liberty Avenue. This outstanding School In Pittsburgh, tions Regulations. He is directly -
City Youth, has been instru- Pauline Pinder.One outstanding group of young men has re- Pennsylvania, attended responsible for the proper MRS. LUCY SILER
mental in promotingoutstanding feature of Tacolc y ceived rave comments from Howard University, Washington assessment and collectionof
events for the youth in the programming has been patrons at the Dilido Hotel on D. C., and graduated from Customs' duties due on Your Spiritual Advisor \
Liberty City area. Father A. the introduction and presentation Miami Beach and on the the School of Dental Tech goods imported into the United From Brooklyn, New York
T. Dear serves as advisor and of the*Knur-kleheads! and "Dreamboat" they have also nology. Mr.Thomas owned and States by arriving passengers. with financial and
Mrs. Sheba Martin is the Headhunters," a versatile i performed throughout the areai operated dental laboratory He enjoys his work as a Cus- spiritual I blessings.
chairman of this very splendid young musical group from th i on the Dade County Showmo- for s e v e r a 1 years but found toms Inspector because each Problems solved with
organization. Advisory Board Liberty City area. In additionto bile. Tacolcy once more has Customs work more Interest new incoming passenger pre-
members are: Mr. Alton their smash performancesat produced results. Tacolcy is ing. He was also attached, to sents 'a different situation one visit.
.Adams, Miss Murial Taylor, "Tacolcy" variety shows at hopeful that the community the 92nd Infantry Division in which affords* him an opportunity IN MIAMI
the Carver Theatre,they have services through EOPI will Italy during World War II. to exercise his own Thursday, August 24-
BIRTHDAY DINNER also promoted good entertain- provide funding for their Judgment. His Job requirestact Saturday, August 26.Don't '
ment at other area EOPI Centers worthwhile activities throughout prior to his present assign and diplomacy. Mr. fail I to see this
PARTY HONORING having been funded the yearl! has found too that the
ment, he was assigned as Cus- Thomas ,
,. gifted w non of God.
for at Customs Service offers
JIMMY MOORE ,1 tomslnspector one year U. S.
the Miami International Air many opportunities for helping Address
Rounding out a tun-f1l1ed vacation :
was a gala Birthday port, and for 10 years he was employees to become bet- 4744 NW 16th Avenue
''':. stationed at St Thomas, VIr- ter qualified for the many dif
Dinner Party given in honor of .. Phone: 634-7280
Jimmy Moore by his wife Mary
at their home 2525 NW 162nd 1y ..

Street, Opa-locka, Wednesday
evening, August 16th.
The festive occasion got off
to a Jet-propelled start in"His
vis room-the bar" where
guest were cordially greeted
with great gusto andwhere
their pre-dinner appetiteswere t.:
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the decorous setting of the
beautifully paneled room with
its recessed lighting effects.
Throughout the dinner
everyone enjoyedthe recorded
music. Dancing came later,

After self-lt's-later-than-you-the patio "enjoy-your- t

think" activities guests returned
to the VIP room for an

ritual.extended libation birthday QUALITY

The most sentimental and

memorable touch of the party Featured with the "Dade County"snowmobile,"The Tribulations" -
were the gifts made.and warm oral left to right,Anthony Chipman,Joe Milton,Ruby Martin SEAFOOD CENTER
and Charlie Hicks.
Attending the affiar were:

roughs The Ronald Messers,Clarke Aubrey,and Vernald Fernander Mesdames Bur-, r SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR 5759 NW 27th Ave.

John Frazier, Arthur Davis, SPECIAL"
Milton Felton, Joe Brown Albert -
In Your Home
Higgs, Blrbb Wallace, Cleaned & Oiled 635-4794
Phillip Wallace, Willie Ryles, Adjust Tensions
William Glenn,Charles Davis, 'Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150; ,
Robert Thomas Lloyd Robin-
font Check all Wiring All- Makes

Other delightful guests *1 Year Guarantee '& Models

were; Gertrude Blades, BROWARD CALL It's a great pleasure to serve you.
Almetha Blades, Corrlne De- 634,6242
leaveaux, Ruth Polite, Daph- COLLECT .
ney and Edith Kemp,Josephine Come to see me.
Strachan, Lillian Smith, Hul-
dah Siver, Mrs. Isadore Fer-

guson Mincy,, Leo Eddie Simmons Dennis,, Walter Jimmy eJ.llltlpiCIf You will get Quality Merchandise,

Allen, Edward Jones.

SERVICE CALL $3.00 and Always Service With a Smile.

1488 N.W. 62i d St.
1I[ .
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LS 6MY WINZ.2aat

fsa tINIIKk EUn Jordon, Jr., Prop.



12 THE MIAMI TIMES 25. 1967
Friday Auaust ,
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: West Paint Accused of Racial Prejudice

( Newburgh, N. -West ments on the basis of race Branch translates this to re- entire United States of
y: Point is under attack on and color," the branch claims veal that West Point employs America. It Is regrettable,"
na charges of racial discrimination. that the United States Military "7 and 4/5 Negro clericals Newburgh concludes, "that
Academy Band has never hada (that's less than 8 I 11)I ." They our oldest national military
Negro member in its 150- further charge that although! institution .Is failing topro-
The Newburgh NAACP year history.Ironically,the Negroes comprise 47% of the perly represent the 11%Negro
Branch, in letters to President USMA has been able to find a custodial and cadet supply population In the United
Lyndon B. Johnson, Secretaryof "qualified" Persian (Iranian) branch of the Tactical Depart- States."
Defense Robert McNamara, bandsman and the Newburgh ment, they are consistently
Senators Jacob Javits and out that at promotion time. The letter dated
NAACP, after pointing bypassed July 26,
Robert F. Kennedy, and Con- less than 1% of the U.S.popu- "West Point was set up to was made public here this
gressman John Dow of New lation is Iranian, volunteeredto reflect a cross-section of the week.
York's 27th Congressional contact Florida A & M and
fi district has levelled
other Negro colleges to help
discrimination at the his-
them find Negro recruits. MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN
toric military academy, for- THE
Eisenhower's alma mater. West Point press releases
boast that "1.90% of 17.6% of WITH YOU.
Stating that West Point 2400" employees are Negro THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
"continues to hire, promoteand white collar workers. The PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
make military assign- alert NAACP Newburgh



Reason to Smile The Watts Festival got an extra boost BUY NOW PAY LATER-NO MONEY DOWN-ON OUR BUDGET PLANI
this week when KNBC/Cbannel4lnLosAngelesdonated more -
than $100,000 worth television broadcasting equipment to the 1x12 I
Watts TV and Theater Workshop. Official presentation was I
made at the Workshop in Watts by KNBC Gen. Mgr Robert INCH

T. Howard, left, shown chatting with two of the Workshop Sugar Loaf
founders, author Budd Schulberg, center, and NBC camerman PINE
Bill DuBois. In background is videotape recorder, part of
equipment delivered today.

Emergency Convocation
and nails easily.

The Urban Coalition Stays flat. Attractive grain I'"AJII.I
may be enhanced by If"'

Civil rights leader A.Philip a statement of purpose pledg- 20Gallonheavy staining or varnishing. 11rJfJT./
Randolph, president of the ing its members to "publicly
AFLCIOBrotherhoodofSleeping commit themselves to programs galvanizedGARBAGE
Car Porters, has enabling the disadvan-
been named co-chalrmanofan taged minorities to share in all CANSREG. ',PR fINI-SHEP' PA1 E.ING, '
all-day Emergency Convoca- of the benefits of our society."
tion of 1,000leaders in American Co-chairman with Randolphof
life to mobilize thena- the Coalition isAndrew REG. Il I v Beautiful "Sierra Lauan"
tion's private and public resources He I s ke 11, chairman of the $2.49 No One perDeliveries SI I 4-8-FOOT PANELS
in a concerted attackon board of Time,Inc.Other Coalition CustomerSorry 1 11"T
urban problems.The meet- members include Arch-
ing will take place August 24 bishop John F. Dearden, pre-
,, at the Shoreham Hotel in sident of the National Confer- ,. FOUR DRAWER
Washington. ence of Catholic Bishops Dr. j II Q''t
; to
Sponsoring the Emergency Arthur Flemming, presidentof ,:" -I Knotty PINE DESKs II .A,' 1 I tt
Convocation is a newlyformed the National Council of : II IIEL
Urban Coalition of national Churches; Henry Ford IL, .
leaders from business and the chairman of the Ford Motor "f,1! / :11"1'\.: sr 9f factory New "Sierra stained Lauan"and fin-U aiCrnLaudn. r

professions, labor, local gov- Company; George Meany,president n't'. IIh.d. G.oulno Lauan
ernment, religion, and the of the AFL-CIO: Walter I Mahogany Stunlng Bur the paneling at
civil rights movement.Its Reuther, president, Citl1 grain patterns lit desert ale prices .
members include th 1 zens Crusade Against Povertyand hues wood effect.gl*. a rare hardINSTALLATION
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, president of the United pint.t finish ........ EXTRA
Jr., president of the Southern i Auto Workers; David Rockefeller '
Christian Leadership Confer- president of the Chase
ence; Roy Wilkins, executive i Manhattan Bank; Asa T. ROLL ( HURRICANE SHUTTERS
director of the NAACP and I Spaulding, president of the N. .
Whitney Young, Jr., executive i Carolina Mutual Insurance .
director of the National Urban i and John Wheeler, presidentof ':'' SLATE 379 EASY-TO-INSTALL

League. the Southern Regional ,:. SURFACE "SNAPONS"
Council. e MICi
The Coalition also includes Includes
The to take Convocation action on is three expected Ur-- Mayors Ivan Allen, Jr.of At- ASPHALT FELT 15 er 3O.1 Ib. 299 IA!! wart$nap-on and Hard Ono i e;

ban Coalition proposals deal- lanta; Joseph Barr of Pittsburgh .. ihth inch Urn- =
Jerome P.Cavanaugh of PLASTIC ROOF
; peed Hardboard
ing with the problems of the gge 339 -
cities. They are: Detroit; John F. Collins of CEMENT : .nrllt .Pant) _
Boston Richard
J. of
: (1)) A major expansion of ; sirs
Chicago; Milton Graham of Liquid A.ph.1t Filtered
privatesector programs to Phoenix; John V. Lindsay of ROOF COATING !JOe 299 t (atomic. window of average size ((37.S0-IIIch)
provide Jobs and training for New York Arthur Naftalin of can be .h.tt.,." for 4.09, however, en a few makes
; GAL adapter((2S
the hard-core poor. per pair)are neceiiary.
Minneapolis and James H. J.
(2) Legislation to establisha
Tate of Philadelphia.
Federal work program to
Barr and Lindsay convened the
employ and train hard-core
unemployed. July Urban 31 Coalition meeting was at which formed.the ILET, .US" lHS.TALL, 'YOUR. DOOR 1 I 1 ,: GLASS
(3) A long-range program to
break up the cycle of ghetto life ----

1 through the physical and social Over 10 Years Experience '' ENTRANCE SLATS
\ reconstruction of our cities. Free Estimates
Proposals adopted at the ARNOLD'S WALL/WALL 1INSTALLATION ear 'r'J
Convocation will be presentedto CARPET CLEANING for
Congressional a d er s of SERVICE ; AS
both parties by a delegation Telephone: 635-5043 ? L 2250Your JALOUSIES
from the Coalition. Reasonable Prices i IJ i.-.L.
In calling the August 24
meeting, the Coaltlon adopted Arnold Davis, Prop. 11 P1 Ii C
doorway entrance Is 4 9 4x24-INCH
I focal point of your
: home. If your doorway Is

! COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE average looking ., let us Choice of clear or obscure glass. We will
f:5 :._ Install a new LINDSLEY cut 4 and 4V4-lnch
STEREO wide slats
measurement lengths up to 36-in. long.LUMBER .



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 25, 1967 13 ..
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:' Zj :1:11, ', Jt S AnnouncementOf
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il , 55 I,'/', ., ..' I 8WeekCitizenship
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: ,
I : ;J 10S '. t' ClassThe

Miami Senior High
.it; ,
Adult Education Center, 2450
I ': SW First Street, will start a
\ new class in Citizenship for
*J'" :.' ;, the foreign born on Wednesday
September 6.
The basic purpose of this r ;
rw'r course is to prepare one to
take his naturalization examination
for United States citi

zenship. However, anyone Interested
in a rapid review of
American history and government
would find this course y v

profitable.The 48-hour course will' _

meet every Monday and Wed
nesday from 7 to 10 p.m. The
termination date will be October
30. There is a registration 5

fee of$2.00, but the textbooks -
are furnished free of '
charge by the Everglades
Chapter of the Daughters of the -
American Revolution. Dorothy Provin, one of the stars of Columbia Pictures new

w'k i w P M's Mr. James Coats, who has comedy, "Who's Minding The Mint?" and, Wendell Franklin, ;
been the instructor of this who served as an assistant director for the motion picture, relax {\
course for several years, extends during the filming in Hollywood. In "Who's Minding The
a free and open invita- Mint?" Miss Provine portrays Jim Hutton's girl friend, also
tion to all interested personsto an employee of the U, S. Mint,who helps to separate seven
attend the opening session million dollars from it, for love, not larceny. Franklin, the
September 6,as special guestsof first Negro assistant director,assisted in"Who's Minding The
j the school.Visitors'passesare Mint," and other films for Columbia including Enter Laugh
available in the main reg- ing," "Band of Gold," and is currently assisting in the film
istration office, Room 169. ing of "Funny Girl," now before the cameras in Hollywood.
1&9Li This will enable everyone to
be certain the course content
meets his needs before completing -

BANQUET registration.POSTPONEDThe I St. Agnes' Kindergarten

r''} 'tr banquet of the Minis- OPENS TUESDAY SEPT. 5TH, 1967

1Florida ters..Laymen Voter Registration
1 t e Committee of Dade County HOURS: 7:00 AM Until 5:00 PM
till not be held on Thursday
evening, August 24, 1967, but Trained PersonnelHot
has been rescheduled for Lunches Transportation
Thursday evening,October 19.
The extended session of the NE 4-1910 NE 5-2307
I City Honors Educator Legislature involving some of
our participants warrants this Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston, SupervisorACT
Mrs. Doris Isom, a native and demanded a school building The late William A. Finain change.
%, of the Florida City and Homestead They were told to go and and the late H.H.Hunter families
areas, held a large audi find a site for'the school and are survivors of the hon
ence spellbound at the dedication to raise one thousand dollars.
of an Economic Opportunlty oree.Mr.. Alonzo A.Fannin of Miami
Childhood Center This was not an easy task nephew of the honoree,is Ai -

Building. It was by namedin during those days,but under shown above accepting a pictur e
memory of the late Mrs. the forceful leadership Mrs. of Mrs.Turner which will hangin TODAY
Fannie Showers Turner. Mrs. Turner, the sum was raised, the center. A Florida City

Isom told of how,in 1925,Mrs. the site located and the com Commissioner, the manager
Turner was hired to teach in munity was given three portable of the center and other pro-

Homestead with no building to classroom buildings for a gram participantslookon.The YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY CARD REPRODUCED IN PERMANENT PLAS-
teach in, and how the classes school. That was the beginningof center is shown in the middle
what is now A.L.Lewis Elementary TO
were housed in a church for a picture. Below the building is
short time until they were School of Homestead. shown Mrs. Rosa B. Jones, GIVE YOU INFORMATION ABOUT OUR HOSPITALIZATION PLANS AND

forced to leave the church because After serving the Home Miss Elmira Fannin, both HOW THEY CAN BE USED TO SUPPLEMENT YOUR PRESENT HOSPITAL-
the children broke too nieces of Mrs. Turner, Mr.
stead area for ten years, Mrs.
many windows and damaged Turner passed in 1935. Fannin, Mrs. Isom, Miss
other church property.She Brenda Jackson, greatgrandniece
further related how Before coming to Dade and Mrs.Mattie Jackson SOCIAL $$ SECUIt1TX1
Mrs. Turner organized the County, Mrs. Turner had done grand niece.A -
people of the community and similar work in the State of large audience attendedthe .
they went to the school Board Georgia. dedication. ''T7.i7W'I',, .'.
; _r.r"'s :i' \ '

Wilkins Warns. Congress OH Anti-Negro } I 'i ;:: -J ;


Welfare VoteNew N_,,,......V_u...OOV/J.M.RM I

York- telegram, are Negro. We are well aware more in one hour for military SIGH
dispatched on August 17,.to that your own humane ap- action abroad than the amount NONE
Speaker of the House John W. proach to matters of this kind 'allegedly saved by cutting off -

McCormack, Roy Wilkins, would prevent your condoningthe aid of these children.We in the
executive director of tie Na- penalizing of children for NAACP know that under the Phone 564-9631 for Appointment
tional Association for the Ad- the actions of their parents.The presently immutable rules of
vancement of Colored People, fact that the welfare provisions the house it would be a miracle Brokerage Welcome

warned that passage by the were cleared by a If amendments were per .
House otthe pending Sodal Se. committee beaded by a Con- mitted. U we read the developing This
Mail Clipping
curity bill "will be interpreted gressman from Arkansas and signs correctly, however, !
by the great majority of given a closed rule by a com those who vote for this welfare -
Negro American citizens as mittee headed by a Congressman restriction will face an electorate
punitive action against children from Mississippi helps to which is not bound by
Name Age
of the poor, many of whom fix the conviction that certain House rules and which will demand I II
are Negro." provisions are racially puni straight answers on Address Occupation
Those who vote for "this nation is their vote.
welfare tive. The spending I (No Box Numbers, Please j
restriction upon Negro
children" will face arous- City State Zip Code j
ed voters who "will demand
straight answers on their ST. JAMES AME CHURCHKINDERGARTEN Social Security No. Phone
vote," the NAACP leader told
the Congressman. Please Print Plainly j

The full text of Mr.Wilkins' 1845 NW 65th Street I------------------ ______________----JWe
telegram follows: Registration Begins Sept. 5th

Passage by the House today Excellent Meals Pickup Service ro: are Licensed in Florida
I. of Security Bill without separating BERNARD HALIGMAN & ASSOCIATES
or amending the wel- Certified a, ..
I/') Medical Insurance Department
fare section will be interpreted For Information Call: 229 Commercial Boulevard Suite 208
by great majority of Negro
R9I-42I2 OR 696.1541
American citizens as Lauderdale By The Sea, Florida 33308
Mrs. Margaret Washington, Director
punitive action against children
This Offer Restricted to Persons 21 and OvenI
of the poor many of whom


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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 25, 1967flRMRIAfl Edward Thompson -

CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE Lawrence of 1750 NW 89th Ter.,
family of the late John Lawrence of 3255 NW teacher in the Dade County
48th St., Apt. 2 died Wednes- Schools met an un-
I I I Public ,
is survived -
day, August 16. He timely death Saturday, August
and son-in-
by a daughter 19. He was employed at the
law, Mr and Mrs. Grover Holmes Elementary School.
Griffin; a daughter, Brenda Hl'is survived by his widow,
I IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM Mingo; two grandsons, Harold Demetria ; one daughter; his
Thomas and Roy Lee Griffin;:
In loving memory of loving memory'ofTOM In memory of my dear hus- .a a grand-daughter, Ernestine parents, Mr. and Mrs. Law-sis-
Sr. a
band rence E. Thompson, ,
_... ._u......_ Corbin; six greatgrandchildren ter Claudia; one brother,
; a grand-daughter-in-law, Mr.
Ronald; his grandparents,
Rosa Lee Thomas.
and Mrs. Avon Smith;a grand-
services were conducted
e. mother Mrs. Mary Thompson. -
in the
Tuesday August ,
N Funeral services 10am.
., chapel.
4 .I Saturday at Christ Episcopal

MR. ARTHUR LEE McGRIFF Mrs. Dora Rhodes of 2450 Church, Rev. Theodore Gib-
NW 160th St.,died Friday,Au- son, officiating.Mrs. .
wish to express their deepest gust 18. She is survived by her
Willie Rhodes three BeatriceScottof 15050
r for the kind husband, ;
appreciation many
k courtesies sisters, Mesdames, Annie Duval St., Opa-locka, died on
expressions, donationsand Harris, Ethel Rogers and Ar- Monday, August 21, in the
cards,flowers telegrams,during our lease Rose; one brother, Jackson Memorial Hospital.She .

___H Henry Cooper; six nieces, is survived by her husband
... .... bereavement.
LEWIS Special thanks to Mr. Frank Gay n e 11 Collier, C.Hardy, Clarence; her parents;five
ERNEST RUSSELLwho Bell who was like a brother. Dorothy Clark,Caroline Cook, sons, Clarence, Jr, Mervin,
who departed this life August and the House of Albert and Eddie and Harold Hanna.Fun- Edward, Ernest and Alfred; a
26, 1964. departed this life August staff, Mt. Carmel Baptist eral services were conducted daughter Sandra; two sisters;
A light is from our household 29, 1965. Church and No. 2 Choir. Also Wednesday, August 23, at2:00 one brother. Funeral services
gone.A Your memory lingers on. the Ne w Providence Baptist p.m. in the chapel. will be conducted Saturday,
voice he loved is stilled. Church. August 26, in the First Bap-
A place Is vacant in our home. Victoria Russell and family Evelyn McGriff, wife Mrs. Viola Biggs of 6945 NW tist Church of Opa-locka atan

Some may think you are for Ernestine Jacobs, 6 Ave., died Thursday,August hour to be announced.
REV. THOMAS A. ROLLS* gotten IN MEMORIAMIn stepdaughterIN 17. She is survived by her husband -

Though on Earth you are no loving memory of our Fred; a daughter, Robert L. Kimball of 6201
who departed this life August more dear brother MEMORIAMfor Ernestine Roberts; two sis- NW 17th Ave., Apt. 314 died
28, 1966. But in memory you are with ters, Pauline Samuels and Monday, August 21. He is survived -
"His life was gentle and the us CLEVELAND GEE a loving mother grand- Hattie Maxey; two brothers, by his widow, Edna; a
elements so mix'd In him that As you always were before., mother and great grandmother John and Sampson Billings; daughter Katherine Powell; a

nature might stand up and say who departed this life August .--- two aunts, Mary Alice Vernon.., mother Irene Jackson; five
to all the world, this was a The Loving Wife 17, 1964. and Susan Billings;two uncles, sisters Mesdames,Cassie M.
mantH"Julius! We miss you our hearts are John Pone and James Billings; Green, Rosa Lee Brown,LucyM.
Caesar" Act V Scene 1/ CARD OF THANKSThe full of sorrow. five grandchildren.She will lie Rembert, M 0 z e 11 Round-

family of the late We love you, but God loves you in repose Thursday at the tree, Inez Sullen; two brothers

The family _. _._._ _.. best. Metropolitan AME Church beginning Roe Kimball and Isaac
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Gone, but not forgotten. at 3:00 p.m. on Fridayshe Jackson Funeral service
THANK YOU will be shipped to Ocala, will be conducted Saturday,

The family of Josie W. From the Family where final rites will be con- August 26, in the chapel at an
Mrs. Geneva Thomas t ducted. hour to be announced.
Roberts wish to express their ,
appreciation and gratitude for Mrs. Ella Mae Gates, sisters Joseph Johnson of 5231 NW

courteous, sympathetic and i'i$ 31st Ave., died Sunday,August
efficient services of the CARD OF THANKSThe 20, at the Cedars of Lebanon Mrs. Eldis Long of 1201 NW

Richardson Mortuary; Father family of the lateANNA Hospital. He is survived by his 41st Street, died Friday, August -
William Pickels of the Churchof widow, Willie B.; five daugh- 18, in the Jackson Mem-
the Ascension and Its mem- ters, Mesdames, Jerilene orial HospitaLShe is survived
bers; the Royal 20's Club; the Paschal, Betty Coffee, Lucile by a: brother, Mr. Joseph
National Council of Negro Women MRS JESTINA LLOYD Berger, Itealia Mitchell and Morgan; a cousin, Emile
; the Eastern Star Lodge; R o c e 11 a Levarity; two sons, Rankins. Funeral services '
and numerous floral contributions : who died August 26, 1965. Charles and Tommie Davis; will be conducted Saturday,

telegrams and cards WILLIE JACKSONwho She bade no one her last fare ten grandchildren; two great- August 26, at 4:00: p.m. in the
from friends and acquain- departed this life August well. grandchildren; four sons-in- Friendship Baptist Church.
tances here and various cities 3, 1967 wish to express our She said goodbye to none. law; one daughterinlaw.Funeral .
where our sister lived and sincere thanks and appreciation The heavenly gates were open.A services will be con- Mrs. Eunice Dykes of 1592

served. for the numerous methodsof loving voice said come. ducted Saturday, August 26,at NW 57th St., died Sunday, Au-
expressions extended to us r s What would we give to see her 4:00 p.m. in the Antioch Bap- gust 20. She is survived by a
Josie W. RobertsIN during our recent bereave- smile tist Church. sister, Mrs. Sarah Wilson;

ment. i To sit and talk for Just awhile. three nieces, Mrs. lola Edwards -
Special thanks are extendedto Though she Is absent she Is always IN MEMORIAMIn Coley Ruff and Miss
MEMORIAMIn our many friends and neigh- R. PHILLIPS MILLER near. Eddie Wilson; three nephews,
loving memory of our beloved bors for cards, telegrams and Still loved, still missed still sid: but loving memoryof Eugene Schumpert, David and
oneDEACON flowers. Thanks to Rev. Hall who departed this life July 21, very dear. my dear mother, Jam es Ma)fett. Funeral ser-
the Francis Funeral home and 1967 and was laid to rest July vices will be conducted Saturday
to the medical staff at Jackson 29, 1967 wish tothank their DaughtersMrs. August 28, at 12 noon
Memorial Hospital. many friends and well- Lillian Rolle In the Greater Bethel AME
May God bless and keep you. wishers for all the kindness Mrs. Lylean McKinzie Church.
1 Perenla Williams motherIN shown them during their recent Mrs. Selena Sanders
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bereavement. May God GrandchildrenMrs.
bless all of you. She sleeps in Lillian RichardsonMrs.
MEMORIAMIn God's lovely garden. In the Carolyn Adams : y i6 BAIN'S

loving memory of our sunshine and In perfect peace. Mr. Richard (Rico) Sanders Horace Wiggins of 10600 SW

dear brother and 15 great grandchildrenIN 172 St., perrine, died August
The Miller, Phillips and Smith 15, at the Jackson Memorial
FamiliesIN Hospital. He is survived by his

MEMORIAMIn wife, Maggie; six sons, three
loving memory of our daughters; 12 grandchildren;
sad but loving memory oi two sisters brother and
EDWARD HIELD dear one, the late ;
my dear mother, eight nieces and nephews.

who departed this life August MRS. ANNIE M.JOHNSON MRS. BEATRICE GADSDEN Funeral services will be held
27, 1964. who departed this life August BRUTONwho Saturday, at 10:00 a.m. from
Your light will forever shine 28, 1964. the chapel with the Rev. E. J.
with us. When the lovely petals have departed this life August Curry, officiating. The re-

We will never forget your love lasted 23, 1966. MRS. ANNIE M JOHNSONwho mains will repose from 3p.m.
and prayers. The days which God has plan- There is a land of pure delight. Friday until Saturday morn-

Rest In peace for God loves you Nit ned, Where Saints immortal reign, departed this life August ing, at 8 a.m.Yolander .
and so do we.Rowena ; M The fragrance remains forever We love her, God loves her 28, 1964.
__ .. 'W best. When the lovely petals !have C.Aldridge,of 525
Hield, wife MR. ALEX McCOLLUM JR. In the palm of our Father's: May her sleep bewith the lasted SW 8th Ave., Homestead, died

Susie, Mae Bell,and Emily who departed this life August hand.Mrs. blest. The days which God has plan- August 20, at the Jackson
daughters 25, 1966. Fannie M. Moton, ned, Memorial Hospital.complete
All the grandchildren andsonsinlaw Rest eternal rest, sleep on daughterMrs. Mrs. Leola Thompson, cousin The fragrance remains forever funeral arrangements will be
and take your rest. How comforting Effie Baldwin, sister Rev. Mother L. W. Smith, and announced. Survivors are par-
it Is to know that a loving Altar of Prayer In the palm of our Father's. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman
IN MEMORIAM God knows best.Remembered CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Cenella Washington, hand. Aldridge; two grandfathers;
In memory of our father by his devoted family of the late Cousin"FRANCIS two grandmothers and 23 aunts

grand father and greatgrandfather family YOUNG DAVID ERIC Mrs. Fannie M. Moton, and uncles.
Quincy Taylor, son WROMAS daughter
MR. BENJAMIN JAMES Mr. and Mrs.Alex McCollum, Mx-s. Etfie Baldwin, sister Jessie Akins, of 9961 West
GILBERTdied Sr., parents wish to expresssincerethank:s Mrs. Remilda Simms Indigo Street, Perrine, died
August 14, 1965, laid to Ruby McCollum, Mattie Richardson to our many friends and neigh. 2041 NW 54th St., died August -- August 19. Mr. Akins a resident -.
rest August ZI, 1965. Idella Rogers, Eliza bors for their kind expres.. 17, at Jackson Memorial Hos- eral time Saturday. Survivors since 1933 is survived by
Sleep on our beloved one and Lovette, Gertie Wilcher, sions of sympathy. Specia 1 pital. Funeral services will be Include two daughters, Betty four brothers, Charlie, Dan,
take your rest we love you but Queenie Hardnett,and Dorothy thanks to Mrs. Range and he:r held Saturday, August 26, at Bethel and Ruby Simms; one Willie and James;two sisters,
Jesus loves you best. McCollum, sisters. staff. 1:00 p.m., at Ebenezer Methodist son George; mother Mrs. Rosa Lee Wright and Marie
Sadly missed by the family Ennis McCollum, brother Church. Remains will repose Zeporah Brown of Nassau;one We 11 man. Complete funeral
and friends. nieces nephews and other Mr. and Mrs. Ron roma:s in the chapel beginning brother BertrumBonatayof arrangements will be an-
The Children relatives. and faml' 1:00 p.m. on Friday until fun- Nassau; six grandchildren.

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, August 25,1967_ 15 (
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r( Risbop Carroll!! Says No
David Falrnot, of 6541 SW
58 Ave.,South Miami,died August 1
20 at the Baptist Hospitalafter Phase-Out For EIifflF-H

having been struck by an
automobile in Goul ds. Mr. St. Francis XavierIN
Fair not is survived by his ffi 8ft Iwnifi

wife, Gladys; two sons David, MEMORIAMIn
jr. and Fred; his mother Mrs. The Most Reverend Cole-
Elizabeth Fair not;one brother sad but loving memory man F. Carroll, D.D., S.T.D.,
two sisters and one niece Mrs. our dear mother and sister. of the Diocese of Miami, paida Got Em Low Price Food Sale All The TimeErRE"DEt1C10US'
Carrie 'Holmes. Funeral ser- visit Sunday, Au-
held gust 20, to St. Francis Xavier .
vices were Wednesday --
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Church one of the oldest :,:, ';1\\.89y4!tk'k:rfrrURKEY
of God in
the Church
from '
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Christ in South Miami. catholic congregation in : BACKS, "I',' : "\ }tl ; '.Ir'':'{, ,1 .1f\\'
south Florida.As >': \\.Iit: :: ::tY;IV :' ; ",tB_ 1Z4 .'-
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MANKER chief pastor, the Most ."t"""';,' '''"', ",' ",\.'f..tltf'rjfj ..>. ,V\. ..';r,, //, !
Jessie James Porter better Rev, Bishop Carroll celebrated -
known as Jessie Red,died Au- the H 01 y Sacrifice of the SWIFT'S FRYERCHICKEN
gust 21. Funeral services will Mass at the 8:30 Sunday ser-
be held Sunday in Panama City. vices together with the appreciative BACKS 5 LB. BOX 39t
Remains will lie in state ':'r"I; parishioners.In .
12:00 at the '' i' his address to the paish-
Thursday, chapel .,
until Friday 8 a.m. He is survived ii, ... ioners Bishop Carroll emphatically IliYKESBOLOGNA J: 'I ,. '

by his wife,Frances two declared there are no "
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daughters, Jessie Mae Bently plans to phase-out St.Francis \\ '>" f I,; : \1
and Theresa Taylor; a mother Xavier church or school." He c ,...,'w bj. ,... ':: ;vi.'L:: ,;,: ". :

Tex Anna Porter; five sisters .. said, "We accepted the offer
Byrd and Albertha Henderson; ---'WI of the EOPI to set up a Day
two brothers James and John; MRS. EMILY FERNANDEZwho Care Center at St. Francis
three aunts and five brothersand departed this life August Xavier because we felt this TURKEY NECKS LB.12C"
sisters-in-law. 22, 1964. was one excellent way, in the
Gone, but not forgotten. May spirit of Ecumenism, toserveall
her soul rest in and ,, h', \' ," ," '''' '
HOUSE OF ALBERTMrs. peace, may the people in this area re- i" t ; >>MIr./ltdlJ'! ; ; :
Mary Love Littles,NW Mrs.light perpetual Eva Lawrence shine, upon daughterMrs. her. gardless." of religious affiliation j } '. ::;;\i'i'J:\: < :;: ? : ;
3 Ct., died August 18. She is Victoria Moss,sister D"I'I 'J'A I""t" S' 'I.',dl"L. \,,' 'i. '" ;. "f" ', .
three sisters Bishop Carroll assured the : > i,. i, ? e : ;
survived by Arlington, Thomas, and 1 ., ,i, ,. ;
Eartha Owens parishioners hat, if negotiations Mi,"," I ,.\',\. Lt." "
Marie Jones, ,
Japhus Moss, brothers with the EOPI cannot be
1 Anna Halley; one brother, 0. Lawrence son-in-law
worked out satisfactorily the
Albert Coleman. Funeral ser- COMPARE ANYWHEREGROUND
EOPI contract would not be
vices Saturday,4:00p.m.from re-
the Chapel. She will lie in repose RICHARDSONFrank Jenkins of 6091 NW the newed.rent He payment also explained objected that to BEEF 2K LB. PKG. 99(

beginning Friday 430 15th,Ave, died, August 19 in by the EOPI Advisory Board

p.m.Charlie Jackson Memorial Hospital.He felll far short of what it cost
Jackson, better is survived by a mother the Diocese of Miami to make
known as Captain, 2255 NW 81 Mrs. Neather Jenkins; four school space available for the I
St., died August 19. He is sur- brothers, Leroy, Sam Curtis EOPI Day Care Center.
vived by one sister, Mrs. Era and Arthur Lee; four sisters In a question period,Bishop
Blue Maxwell; one niece Mrs. Anna Bell, Margaret,Anna Carroll gave answers to some
Dorothy Mae Carson. Funeral Lee and Bessie A.White.Fun- of the many problems vexingthe
services Saturday, 3:00 p.m.. eral service will be held, Au- parishioners since being KENTUCKY
from the Chapel. Repose in gust 24,at 12 p.m in the chapel forced to vacate their parish ,
chapel Friday, at 2:00 p.m. Remains will be shipped to facilities to the EOPI. After- CHITTERLINGS 10 LB. $1.75
Miss Minnie jane West, Waterboro S. C.Thursday wards Bishop Carroll appointed PAIL
2190 NW 5th Ave., Apt.2,died gust 24 for final rites. Mr. Tucker of the Diocesan
August 18. She is survived by James Graham of 236 NW Community Relations Board to
her mother, Mrs.Hattie,Pearl 7th St.,died Wednesday August meet with the parishioners and L MIwIR ''MM .
Mill Brooks;two sisters,Bar- 16, in Jackson Memorial Hos find some solution to the con-
bara, West Henerette W. pital. Graveside service will flicting interest of the parishioners '
Cason; two brothers, Arthur, be held Thursday August 24, and the EOPI. Assur- ,,, CELLED tit ? ,a yK,1' .
and James; uncles and aunts. at 11 a.m., at Paradise Memorial ances were again given by ww'ri, + r
Funeral services Saturday Garden. Bishop Carroll that the solu-
morning, 11:00 a.m. from the tions had to be satisfactory, BUDGET
well known citizen of this com-
Chapel. otherwise the EOPI contract
munity, and a fellow employeeof
John Hugley, 658 NW 13St., the Miami Herald for a num- would not be renewed. SLICED BACON 3 $1.00
died August 18. He is survived ber of years."Services Satur- Miss Vera Edwards, presi-
by his mother, Mrs. day 3:00 p.m. from the New dent of the St. Judge Guild de-
Frances Heard; one brother Bethel Baptist Church He is voted to providing for the ma- 1lA:4. J'1 ," ? Prp1 ,
George A. He will lie in repose survived by his wife, Essie; terial needs of the children at
Wednesday morning. Remains two daughters, Mesdames the school, said afterwards, SUNSHINE SWEETS II I
will be shipped Thursday to Rosa Hepburne Lula Donaldson "It was kind of Bishop Carrollto
Forsyth, Ga., for final rites. ; one son Roosevelt Walker come to St. Francis Xavier I
Enos Gibson, 1423 NW 70th and ten sisters and bro- and to listen to us. I am sure
St., died August 17. He was a thers, grand children. his visit accomplished much WT SUGARS

-, II understanding. He was very
sympathetic to our nee<1S."
"However," Miss Edwards
691-7661 continued, "the primary needof :' SLES'L ltl'I tom" 1'I 55.6 I 001E 1

our people is good educa-

tion. I am in favor of Day Care
11 IN hl 1 Centers for our people, but I BLUE RIBBON FROZEN
still fell the EOPI should not
continue their Day Center at 1 79
the expense of education. We
need good schools, public and I
private, very much. You can I
put a Day Center In almost any ''ti< yn' 14fi'' 9'a ;' 1 11l
kind of a building, but you can Y; : ; '
put a school only in a school I'"b: ; fr :;. '
building. I pray the EOPI Ad- :
visory Board will show a little IIOUI! : ;
wisdom in this matter." ,
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Attending Bishop Carroll
were the Rev. Fathers Zinn GALON
and Carr, and the Rev.Father
Francis J. Kness, S. J., pas- MILK PLASTIC NO DEP. 894
tor of St. Francis Xavier.Anthony NO RETURNNEW

Bevins, Teddy Hamiter,
Henry Rolle served Bishop ...... .
Carroll. Mervln Eneas read

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_,,16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, August 25,1967DAY


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Rev. Theo. R. Gibson, rector
The Mt.Calvary Youth rais-
Antoinette Silva reporterOn
ed a total of $734.17, for their ,
annual Youth Day of the year. Friday night, August 18, i

The youth really deserve great in the church's lounge, a sur-

honors for their hard work. prise birthday party was given

The No. 1 Usher Board is by the acolytes, friends and
I sponsoring a Dumb Supper at members of the church for

I the home of Sister Elizabeth Hiram Williams, a faithful and ST. PAUL AME

SPRING Daniels, 1394 NW 41st S .,August devoted acolyte,Hiram was Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor
Rev. W. M. Slater,pastorSis. 25, at 8:30 p.m. This af- the recipient of many gifts and Mary Amos, reporterThe

Eddie Marshall, reporter fair is being held in behalf of best wishes. This lovely affair

their oncoming anniversary. was chaired by Mrs. Miriam day that we have been

Rev. J. E.Jenkinspastorot'Friendship Please pray for the sickand Peavy and Mrs. Ethel Philip. waiting for has finally arrived. -
Baptist Church, shut-ins. Congratulations to you Hiram
Sunday, August 27th, our
will be the revivalist through Cynthia Johnson, reporter, and may you continue your ap- church will celebrate its 53rd

August 25. Rev. S. Atchinson, pastor. preciated work. anniversary. All boards,
On the fourth Sunday,August The Rummage Sale will be clubs, officers and membersare
27 the chairman and cochairman ,t .. ----.- held again Saturday,August 26
Y ''kvS asked to make a special
are asking the general NEW BETHELThe next to the beauty shop, 3564 contribution for this occasion.

support of the church, to help Grand Ave. Everyone asked Attention all Juniors:Junior

make this Men's Day a suc- membership of New to support this activity.All girls who are interested in becoming -

"'" cess. r Bethel, Is extremely happy to students who will attend a Junior Captain torWomen's
Let us continue to pray for i have their pastor and his wife college this fall are invited to
Day, give your name
the sick and shut-ins and don't Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Wil- an evening of entertainmentwith
to Mrs. M. Amos or Miss M.
forget to pray one for the other. liams safely back from their Father and Mrs.Theo.R.
Gay or leave it at the office.
vacation in Jamaica. Gibson at the rectory Friday, The state contest betweenthe

GRACE They reported an enjoyabletrip August 25, at 7:30 p.m. members of Choir No. 1
filled with exciting views Remember the comingeventsFoodarama
PRESBYTERIANRev. will come t 0 an end the first
and interesting sights. They on Labor
Sunday night in an after ser-
W. F. Savoy, pastor are extremely grateful to the Day;Baby Contest, Parade
-- --- ----- -- --- --- ---- vice in which the win-
Ways and Means Committee of States and Musical Recital. program
The :pastor thanks the officers Sandra Fox in Musical the Pulpit Aid and other well Getwell wishes to all tie ner of the state and baby con-
test will be announced.
members, and friends wishers among the members. sick of the parish. We miss
Remember our s 1 It and
of Grace for earring on the In- Concert at NorthwesternSandra Rev. Eddie Collie,associate seeing Mrs.Charity Major and c
shut-Ins and a special
spirational worship and pro- minister. Mrs. Ruth Carey In church. say
Fox, a 1964 gradu- the British prime Minister prayer for them.
grams while he was away on Sincere sympathy is extendedthe
ate of Northwestern Sr. High i Harold Wilson.In Don't forget to save all your
refreshing vacation.Spec- family of the late Lawrence
School and also former addition to the concert old newspapers for our jun-
ial appreciation to Rev. H. V. I Thompson, Jr., a member of
Stuart, pastor of the St. Mary'sWesleyan Miss Northwestern, is fashions will be modeled by the Ushers Guild.GREATERNEW. iors.
Methodist Church, presently a Junior studying at Miss S hi r ley Turnquest

who gave us admirable help in Manhattan School of Music In Miss Ruby Lazier.Tickets can FRIENDSHIP

times of emergency. New York. be purchased contacting I BETHEL Rev. J. E.Jenkinspastor _

Last Sunday afternoon, we Last year Sandra was the Mrs. Sands at Miami-North- Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor Wednesday, August 23, at 8
enjoyed a wonderful fashion first undergraduate to get a western Sr. High School, 7007 Mrs. Ann Thomas reporterWe p.m., the Controls Board will
show presented by the back- leading role in one of the an- NW 12th Ave. This promisesto were happy ,indeed to begin its anniversary with a
to-school of nual operas, also she received be a very delightful affair local and
youth elementary have our pastor and family program will climax
school. This Sunday afternoon, the Rodgers and Hammer- Rev. L. L. Dean, minister. back safely from their vaca- Sunday, August 27, at 3 p.m.

at five, we will have a Baby stein Scholarship Award last tion. They vacationed in Georgia with Rev. K. E. Rogers of Mt.
and received it this
year again
Contest. for a week. Olive Baptist and congregationin
, She has at the Wal-
Remember: You are always year. sung ZION HOPENo. For our morning worship we charge of service.
dorf Astoria Hotel and
welcome at Grace.VALLEY on June 1 Usher-Board anniversary were favored to have Rev. Special thanks to Sister
1 at the White for '
sang will be l held Sunday, at 3 Jesse McFarland with us. Nettie Bouie a dynamic speaker
President and M Johnsonand
GROVE r s. p.m. Rev. Davis from First -- whn spoke for the .Dactnr'c. --.-- -
the Australian Prime Min-
Rev. Torrence, pastor ister Holt and on June 2, for Baptist will preach. Everyone Rev. O. W. West will deliverthe Elder Burnis King,a former Aid Tea.
Isinvited to attend. No. 1 choir The president of No. 1 Usher
Lucile Torrence, reporter anniversary sermon,when faithful deacon of our church,
will have a program Tuesday the YWA of Jordan Grove ob- returned from California Board, Deacon B. T.Smart and

There will be a program on BAHA'IS OF MIAMI night after prayer meeting.The serve their sixth anniversary where he has lived for several members say special thanks to

Friday night in behalf o our George Savitt, Treasurer of chairman of the Women's beginning, Friday night, at years. He plans to make MIa- the Six Trumpets for the pro-
Men's which will Day program is asking every- with Musical mi his permanent home. gram given them.
Day, con- the Baha'i Assembly of Miami, 8:00 p.m., a Program -
one to please respond to their Brother J.C.Wright presi-
clude the fourth Sunday in Sep- was elected Vice-chairman of and concluding Sundayat
tember. The Rev. R. Jackson the Florida State Goals Com- captains. 300 p.m., with the anniver- Future events include: Pall dent of No. 3 Ushers and mem-

will be the morning speaker. mittee at the committee's ANTIOCHRev. sary sermon. The public is in- Bearers meeting, Friday,Au- bers thank the Young Women of

The Rev. King from Rocks of meeting held In Sarasota last A. H. Essix, pastor vited. __ gust 25th, at 8:00 p.m. Young Jordan Grove Baptist Church, }
Ages, will be the evening weekend.The 3330 NW 213th Terr. Women and Young Matrons an- Sister Ada Manuel, president.Male .

speaker. The Male Choir from Goals Committee is NEW PROVIDENCERev. miversary, Sunday August 27, Chorus will have a battle -
Masadonia will render the at 3:00 p.m. Elder King will be of songs featuring Brother
formulating plans for state- The attendance was very C. J. Burney, pastor
music. wide participation in a worldwide good Sunday with our No. 1 Arsula Edwards, reporter guest speaker. Wesley W a 1 k e r and Brother
Curtis other talent will
proclamation program choir and No. 1 usher boardon McCoy
Rev. Taylor and his congre- which will be launched in Oc- duty. Choir No. 1 will sponsor a ST. MARY'S W. M. also appear on program.

gation will be in charge of ser- tober. Our Junior Choir anniver- Ministry of Music Tea,Sunday Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastorA. August 25,Semi Formal Tea

vice September 19th. sary, is Sundayat300pm.: August 27, from 4 to 6 p.m. E. Bethel, reporter will be held at the home of Deacon -

The Deacons Board will Everyone Is cordially Invited. The public Is Invited to come and Sister Isaac

sponsor a program Tuesday JORDAN ,GROVERev. Refreshments will be served. out and enjoy this tea. Sunday, August 27th, will be Etheridge, 2104 NW 82nd St.,

after the fourth Sunday in Au- C. H. Smith, pastor Come and worship with us each Let's not forget our prayer Testimonial service in the August 26, at 8 p.m. sponsored -

gust. Eddie Gilbert, reporter Sunday. meeting Tuesday night, at 8. morning. The male chorus will by the Young Matrons..

Consecration hour of prayer sing all day Ushers Board No. -.- .-.. --. -

The fourth Sunday eveningtwo The men of J o r d a n Grove will be held each Sunday morn- 2 will serve In the morning and
outstanding preachers will will observe their 10th annual ST. JAMES AME Ing at five. Usher Board No. 1 will serveat DRAKE MEMORIALRev.

,preach in behalf of the choir. Men's Day program, October8th. Rev. F.E.Sneed,pastor Let us continue in prayer for night. Janus W. Dunn, pastor
We will celebrate our first The No. 1 Choir will serve Joseph R. Marshall, reporterMrs. the sick shut-ins.Visitorsare Come along with us on a trip The pastor officers and

anniversary the second Sundayin dinner In the kitchen at the always welcome. around theworld, Friday Au- members of Drake Memorialwill
Merion Daniels and the gust 25th busses will leave the
church this Saturday. Call ,
September, all membersare observe their First Pas-
asked to please pay one 751-6378 and your dinner will August-ites will terminate. church, at 8:00p.m. Donations tors Anniversary,Sunday,Au-
dollar. be delivered. Saturday night Sunday night, at 7:00 p.m.Give ALLEN CHAPELRev. $1.00, for a night of fun please gust 27th.

.. Remember the sick, shut- the men will sponsor a tea at them your support by paying F. D. Wright,pastor don't the miss this. Sponsored by Rev. Woodly of Freewill
ins bereaved families and the church, at 8:00 p.m. with your building fund. Women's Day Committee. Baptist Church and his con-
The is the Sunday August 28 will be Ways and Means will
pastor asking hold
those the armed services in the Rev. Vane Eubank as guest a gregation will be in charge of
your prayers. speaker. The public Is invited. congregation to go in large the end of the Mortgage Burn- special meeting Sunday,Au- the service at 3:30
All of these programs are in numbers so that St.James will Ing, leading up to the end, we gust 27, at the church, at 5:00 Please be present.

behalf of our Men's Day. Brother be represented Allen Chapel have the various churches as p.m., all members please be

NEW MT. MORIAHRev. H. Dixon is chairman.To AME follows: All services each nite on time, business of vitial Importance Don't forget our Missionary

A. L. Shipp,pastor the sick we are always Steward Board No. 1 sendsa begin at 8 p.m. Parents, please Society meets, Monday nightat

Evelyn Souter,reporterOur praying for you so keep the heart-felt thank-you to Rev.T. Monday nite Rev. Mac n and send your children to Sunday' p.m. We are working on a

faith in God and you shall be C. Kelly and his congrega- choir; Tuesday nite Rev. Blake School a little earlier, Sunday project for the Cancer Society.We .
revival was a success, healed. tion, at St. Paul AME Church and choir; Wednesday nite School opens at 9:30 a.m. can use old white sheets.

we were blessed to get 14 for for taking charge of their an- Evangelist White, Thursdaynite There will be a Candle Light You are welcome to help us on

baptism, and two on Christian MT. ZION AME niversary service. Rev. W. C.Grant, Friday Service, Sunday, August 27,at this worthy project.

experience. During these times strife nite Rev. Cooper. 7 p.m,sponsored by the Lead- Scout Master Carl Mitchel
The Sunday School will.celebrate Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor throughout the world, let us all Each member is asked by ers and Stewardess.Boards. and his committee are pleased -

Anniversary Sun- The No. Choir of Mt. Zion endeavor to pray for all of the our pastor for$15 on this Mor- Everyone is Invited to come with the response from the

day, at 3 p.m. We are'inviting AME, Invite. you to their 16th misfortunate. We can dq much, tgage. Rev. J. A. Roberts will out and take a part in this ser- parents in helping to begin our

the public. anniversary, Wednesday, August not only In our immediate also be here. Members of each vice. troop.

Our monthly conference, 23, at 8:00 p.m. August community, but throughout board have your seal of $5. Special prayers for Sister We are Inviting all boys in
August 31, at 8 p.m. The pas- 24, at 8:00 p.m., will be Musi- world through the power of Rev. Sneed and congregationwill Elizabeth Mitchell who had an the Edison Center neighbor- ,.

tor Is asking all members to cal night and Sunday August 27, prayer. So remember this render the mortgage accident over the weekend.All hood who are eleven years and

please be present. at 3:00 p.m. Choir Color Day. thought during the coming burning service.Come one and oursickandshutinsarethe over to come out Friday after
Joint rehersal for choir No. Please make plans to be with week, and let God know,we area all the public Is ivited to at- same. Let us continue to noon, at 6:30.: -

1 and, 2 August 29, at 8 p.m. ,us for a gospel treat, we are nation under his guidance. tend.Pray pray and visit them. Don't forget the sale Satur-

Please pray for peace:Visitors looking forward to having you Remember: You are always for the needy,sick and Visitors are always welcome day. Deacon Perkins is In

are always welcome. as our guest. welcome. bereaved. at St. Mary's. charge of the Barbecue.

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, August 25. 1967

347 Receive fAMU Decrees

Tallahassee.FAMU)- "FAMU has served the alie- state were presented meri-
Florida A & M University bid nated disadvantaged
toriousawards The four were:
farewell to the trimester sys- FAMU has rescued many of us the two Jacksonville women
tem with a stimulating com- who had known little by sub- who became the first of their
mencement address by Dr. standard housing, low incomesand race to be elected totheJack-
Thomas Miller Jenkins, pre- limited recreational sonville City 1 Council, Mrs.
sident of Albany State Collegeand facilities. FAMU has rescued Sally B. Mathis and Mrs MaryL.
former dean of the FAMU many of us from despressed Singleton, Mr:,.W ills C.
law school. neighborhoods and part-time, Alexander Jr., executive sec-
"Look back with pride and unskilled dead-end employ- retary of the Florida Inter-
forward with hope, and speakout ment. FAMU has made it possible Scholastic Athletic Association -
with all the wrath of a Jeri- for many of us toescapethe and John Daniels,out-
miah in order to assure that suffering that comes from standing citizen and businessman. -
FAMU receives its deservedand palpable neglect, lack of moti- .
equitable share of the vation and understandable low In closing Dr. Jenkins sum-
wares of the educational mar- aspiration levels." moned the 347 graduates "to
ket place," Dr. Jenkins urgedthe do your part in the unending
347 members of the gradu- FAMU awarded 154mas- struggle for the resolution of

ating class.In ter's of education degrees,and all causes, it lies with you to
a speech sprinkled with 193 bachelor's degrees including uplift what is low, erase whatis
famous quotations and witty five graduates fro m false, and to redeem what r
poems, Dr. Jenkins cited the school of nursing, seven has been lost, till all the earth -- -- -.
FAMU as "The Torch of from the School of Pharmacyand shall see, and seeing shall understand -
Trut h, and the Life of Memory three graduates were that union of the AWARDS PRESENTED AT FAMU Four prominent graduates of Florida A&M
," as he encouraged his audience commissioned as second lieu- scholar's thought, the knight's University who have made outstanding accomplishments in their communities and the
to remember always tenants in the United States ardor and hero's passion, state were presented meritorious achievement exercises. The four are: left to right,
FAMU's role as one of "the Army. which can still be, in truest Wilts C. Alexander Jr., executive secretary of the Florida Interscholastic Athletic
great institutions of higher Four prominent graduatesof moments of self expression, Association, John Daniels, outstanding citizen and businessman, Mrs. Sallye'B.JI>o
education in Florida and the FAMU who have made out- the spirit of the administration Mathis, member of the Jacksonville City Council, and Mrs. Mary L. Singleton, also a
nation today." standing accomplishments in faculty,staff and studentsof member of the Jacksonville City Council.
Dr. Jenkins continued their communities and the FAMU

South Floridians Graduate From FAMUAmong

SECOND BAPTISTRev. ST. JOHN AME NEW MACEDONIA recent graduates Brown, Arthur Collins, John Myrtis Thomas, Jacqueline
Rev. Roscoe Jackson,pastor from Florida A & M Univer- Haddock, Willie Horne, Earl Boone, Opa-locka; Onell
J. A. Ferguson, pastor Rev. William A
.Curry,pastor Willie J. Beard, reporterThe 0 Fisher Bu-
sity were the following stu- Juanita Kelly, Coachman, Hallandale;
C. Willis
During our pastor's vacation reporterOn dents from South Florida: Oral ford Oily e r and Willie Lark- George Rowan Dania;
our pulpit has been visited the fourth Sunday morn- fifth annual Women's Allen, Ruby Boston, Lionel ing. Evangeline Seymour,West
by two most spiritually inspiring ing the, intermediate Sunday Day banquet will be held Fri- Ferguson, Victoria Rogers, Lavada Jones, Emory Hollywood; Doris Johnson,
ministers.On School class will debate their day, September 22m, the Star- Henry Goa, Frances Scott, Woodard and Dorrin Rolle, Betty Marshall and Frank
the second Sunday Rev. lesson "Ready Even to Die" light room of the Biscayne Avery Sweeting, Sandra Miami. Merchant, Fort Lauderdale.
Sunday School begins, at 9:30 Terrace Hotel, 340 Biscayne
Charles Uptgrow preached.And Blvd. This affair is in behalfof CANDLE LIGHT TEA REGISTER NOW!!
Rev. Trotter on the third a.m.The
Layman League of Mi- our Fifth Annual Women's NOTICEAll The Bethany S.D.A.Church
Sunday. ami district will hold their Day to be held the fifth Sunday Most Ancient Matrons, Usher Board will have its 14th LITTLE FOLK

There are still vacancies in monthly meeting at St. John in'October (October 29), Tic- Past and Present, All Worthy annual candlelight Tea.Satur- PLAY SCHOOL
the Day Care Center. Please AME, at 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon kets, which are $5.00 per per- Joshuas, Past and Presant,are day night, August 26, at the 3290 NW 45th Street
call 238-7613 and register The chairman is askingall son, can be obtained from any requested to meet, Matrons home of Mr. and Mrs.HerbertC. Miami, Florida
your child. members to be on time. of the women of Macedonia,the Council, Sunday, August 27,at Long 5000 NW 24th Ave.
On Friday night teacher's chairman, Sister Mytrice 4:30 p.m., at 940 NW 3rdAve. Guest speaker Miss Erycina Nursery & Kindergarten
The men of Second Baptistare meeting.On Murry, 1251 NW 56thSt., 759- New Providence Temple. Rahming. Time 9:00: to 11:00 Licensed by:
urging all members to the third Sunday morn- 5245 or Willie J. Beard at 371- A special meeting, please p.m. public is invited. Florida State Welfare
purchase their tickets for the ing in September there will bea 1008 ((6:00 10:00: p.m.) Plan come. Her Johnnie Mae Hill, Mr Herbert C.Long,presi- CALL:
Labor Day picnic which will be project called "Pew Rally"in now to attend this most extra- R. Q. Her. L. Thompson, reporter dent and Mrs. Albertha James '
held at Crandon Park.Dea- be half of the church. vagant and elaborate affair. secretary. or 6355283SAMPSON'S
'" cons, trustees, and all depart- The chairman of the YPD is The menu will be given ,next ...
memt heads have tickets for asking all members to meet week.

sale. every other Tuesday, at 5:30: Beginning Thursday night,
August 24, Choir No. 1 will observe
TEMPLE thanks from Usher their fifth anniversary.On .
Board No. 1 for helplngto Friday andSaturday
The Sunshine Committee, make their anniversary a suc- afternoon, Musical Programs' J 7466 NW 62 SL
Deacon G. E. Hepburn, chair- cess. will be held. Deacon Willie B.
man, will sponsor a benevo- Remember our sickand Williams, is president.
lent program Sunday afternoonat shut-ins and say a prayer for Free
3:30.: The proceeds will be them. Donalsonville, Ga. delivered Delivery 696-571?
used for the sickand shut-ins. very inspiring and informative
All are invited. ANTIOCH BAPTIST address. The audience was
also the musical BABY .
inspired by
Rev. P. W. Wiggins
The women will organize for selections rendered by Mr.
Women's at the close ofthe experience can be more LB59
Day Leslie Thomas and Miss Joan Spare Ribs $
morning service. heart-warming than that which Storr.
was created by the excellent
The No. 2 Usher Board,un-
Mrs. Mary McNeal, mem- manner in which the membersand der the leadership of Mrs. DIRR'S GOLD SEA L .
ber of Choir No. 2, and her friends of Antioch sup- Annie Ruth Young, will present Souce .
children, left last Friday for ported the annual banquet held its annual Blue Light Tea tU1 Franks'Pkgs. r .\ \
New York for an Indefinite on Saturday night at the Police
27 at AJP
Saturday night, August ,
stay. Our best wishes with Benevolent Association Hall. ,
the 1899 Meat
8:00: p.m., at church, .
them. Mr. George M. Koonce of NW 64th St.

Mr. Larry Lovett of the
Central Life Insurance Co., $
6 aa .
St. Paul's KindergartenRegistration will be the guest speaker.
There will be other partici-

dates (for the 1967 school term will run pants on hand to render musi- PURE

from Monday, August 28, through Friday, September cal and literary selections for Ground Beef
1st. Parents may register their children at St. Paul's your enjoyment. lard JAR 49

Kindergarten at 1876 NW 51st Terrace.

For further information call Mrs. Johnie McMillan, Rev.HURST W. J. Allen CHAPEL,pastor o eef Liver RITZ (ASST. FLAVORS)

kindergarten supervisor at 691-4516 or 634-3720.Classes Jean Townsend, reporter

will begin at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, September 5th. To the staff of the second 2LB$88e Soda 12cANs$1MEATY

floor of Baptist Hospital I wish
to thank you for your service

during my stay in the hospital.To .
Tremendous all the pastors, officers,
Savings on members and friends I wish to Neck Bones 5B'fG 69t

thank you for prayers, visits,
Odd Size
Clerical cards and flowers during my
Shirts stay at the hospital and my BAMBY

Now! only $3 9'each convalescingat home.I am ask- Bread 2/29
ing all of you to continue to Butter BaIL
reg. (6.5(1( value! pray for my recover may God
Clerical shirts, neckband style, bless all of you. Yours in
specially designed for smart ap- Christ, Sister Jean Townsend. FRESH FLA. GR.A.Eggs HTCMUI %
pearance& wearability. Cut for \
Sunday was regular serviceat
complete comfort,handsomely
tailored with quality detailing. our church the pastor elected 3Doz $1
Long sleeves with'button cuffs officers for the trustee
in cool durable cotton. Odd board.
sizes in black and white.Stock 99
up now at this low price, SUNSHINE HI-HO -/!
while Let us pray for our sickand
they last I
shut-ins Sis. Rebecca Mar- Crackers 26t ITEMS
8400 BUcayn Blvd.Miami[ shall, Sis. Dolly Hall Sis.Anna
Phones 7b4.767ti Heild, Bro. Levi Moss,Sr.and
I AmpU/fnt parking In nor J Bro. Charlie Miller.


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1 18 THE, MIAMI TIMES, Friday August 25, 1967 i w
.u .u. Barbers

Our Bays in the Convention

I Armed ForcesSan \J i SuccessfulMiami I L h ,.p 'I'".

... played host in a big
.1. way to barbers and their families -

from throughout the Stateof

Florida who journeyed here

.Y for the 6th Annual Conventionof
''_. :!t''. the Barbers Association of

Florida. The highly successful
,- convention was headquarteredat
r.J ; the Hampton House Motel
and Villas August 13 through
\ # In addition to the businessend
: ;'I'/; of the convention delegatesand

"; their guests were treatedto
;h a tour of Miami's fabulous

Seaquarium and a very im-

pressive fashion show spon- I
AntonioAirman Marine Corporal Myron T. sored by Mrs. Isaac Williams

Daniel A. Forbes Jr., son of Marlin, 2nd Battalion 5th where the very latest in fash- NASSAU, BAHAMAS Representatives/ of the state of Florida, attending the

Mrs. Ruth M. Forbes of 2297 Marines Echo Company, has ions were beautifully modeled J967 International I Free and Accepted Modern Masons Convention in the Bahamas, are

Rutland Street, Opa-locka,has returned from Vietnam for reassignment by Jan Glover, Mrs.Ruthie pictured in the foyer of the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel. Seated (left to right )

received his first U. S.Air at Camp LeJeune, J. Jones Mrs.Earlynn E. are Robert Hill, Potentate of the state of Florida; Mrs. Mary Arline, Grand Matron, ,4
Force duty assignment after N. C. Corporal Marlin is now Rhodriquez, G. Keller Baker, Miami, Florida; and Thomas Montgomery, Deputy Grand Master. The convention,

completing basic training at at home visiting his parents, Mrs. Adell Williams, Emma which lasted four days, hosted by appr otimately 300 masons from all over the United
Lackland AFB, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie McFad- Houston and Mr. Wil
I. C.
Miami Miami Beach
He has been assigned to is States. The cities of Florida represented in this picture are: ,
gon of 1026 NW 59th St. He liams.
Malmstrom AFB, Mont, for a 1965 graduate of Miami Mrs. Elizabeth Mobley and Tampa.

'training and duty as a con- Northwestern High and has Ft.Pierce and Mr. Isaac Wil-

struction specialist. He becomes served 14 months Vietnam. liams of Miami were crowned VFW Post 5693 to Break
a member of the stra- His battalion was heavily hit King and Queen for 1967-68. I.

tegic Air Command na at An Hoa. Gift citations were presentedto
Ground For Post Home
tion's combat ready intercon- Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Williams -
tinental missile and bomber RESCUE MISSION and Mr. Willie Jacksonof
force. FOR WOMEN Miami. Opa-locka's Veterans of Comrade members Lee Af- Garth Reeves is chairman of

Airman Forbes is a 1967 Mr. Charlie Whitfield was Foreign Wars Post 5693 reports ford and Willie cason who are the board of Lincoln National
Mission for
graduate of Miami Carol City and the lucky winner of the free that lots 35 and 36 block in charge of the 5693 boys Bank.
thank each
Senior High Scbool,Carol men the contributions everyonefor to our trip to Nassau on a ticket pur- 10, of Magnolia Subdivision in group were pleased to have Membership Drive for

City. mission. The Lord has done chased from Mr. Henry John- the City of Opa-locka are paid chaperoned 10 boys on a trip 1967-1968, is now on and the
to Everglades National Parkon Quartermaster is now accept
for in full and the Waiters Architect
r great works and many bles- son.The renewal dues from all
firm has finished the July 29th. ing
delegates were all Im-
sings. We give aid to homeless
women and fatherless pressed with what they saw building plans and they are in Did you know our quarter- members.

r I children. Please pray for us ,during a visit to Jackson's the hands of the building and master Robert Jordan is a "The Hobo,Dance," August
in advance. Barber College. zoning i of the City of Opa- Broward County School Prin- 31, Thursday nightOpa-
I locka. cipal? and Emory Gibsonis locka's Stork Club, music by
a member of the VFWDade W. C. Baker's Band. Prizesfor

Post members have donat- County Color Guard, and Ker- craziest Hobo Costume.All .
WitchcraftYou'll &
Healing ed building blocks and funds. nell Dames is an officer with proceeds to the Building

Commander Kernell Dames the Dade County Council of the Fund See you there.
never dreamer s eek to know how much suf- has scheduled the breaking of VFW, and Comrade Lee Offordis
fering from year to year gro'ws wi thout Ood. Some years that .
ground for this post home a Federal Agriculture testator GOT SOMETHING
go, I was told by Roy Joh nson of Cassadega You
have a Triple Gift. Your |power Is so strong that you will give the post, the ladies and Comrade Robert TOSELL?? "'
can tell me something now,. Never go to bed without auxiliary and the youth groupsof Jacubs, Jr. is an Interior Dec- Try a Miami Times Classified I
placing a pencil and papei r on the table nearby. When 5693 a home no later than orator working from offices in Ad. They Get Rtiulttl
Ood shows you something, write about it. This week I Sept. 15th. Coral Gables and Comrade
saw an innovation which'would give to the Basket
AIRMAN OF THE MONTH Weave Industry of Nassau, Bahamas.
"A new art to wring
A1C Carlos E. Aybar, son Another song to sing For the world."
of Mr. and Mrs. Domingo The living God has given me several methods to prevent For the BEST START
Aybar of 1331 NW 70th St.,was and erase wrinkles that you can do yourself at
chosen airman of the month home. You will feel results after the first applicationand
in' see results after the third. How much would it be
Laughlin Air Force Base
worth to you to erase the wrinkles you have or to pre-
Del Rio, Texas. Aybar is in I
vent them from setting in? kJ ,m +,
charge of about 5,000'items of Here are a few that we, thru God, have helped.
medical supplies and equip I had fallen down in the bath tub and landed 0 n
ment at the base hospital. He my hips in the morning! Toward night, I became so ,
is responsible for storing,receiving painful I could hardly walk. I was half bent over with 4 t t
pain as I walked in Brother Clark's home. He asked me t d
and the
issuing sup what's the matter with you)I told him Hell down thi s
plies. morning and it's about to get me. He says (Let's see
what the Lord has to say about it.) He prays a prayer
and asked the Lord "Can I thru you removeher pain?"
Bro. Clark said "I command this pain in the name of
the living God to move, move, move. Then he told me
between now and tomorrow morning, your pain will
How Open leave your body. The pain left the very next instant. 45
My husband asked how do you feel, do you have any
For Business pain? I told him the pain is gone and I shook my hipsat O.rrVN w!
him to show him.-Mrs.Muriel Golden, 1333 W. 9th St. t f
Jacksonville Fla.
SNYDER'S Mr. Clark's office with all those books attracted
and last summer he allowed us to check out books and
BARBER SHOP magazines. I told Mr. Clark that I wanted to design
homes and furniture. He immediately said don't limit
6711 N.W. 15th AVENUE yourself. Ask God daily to help you find your place in
the sun. Mr. Clark selected some magazines to give
Phone 691.9314 me practice in free hand s fetching.With prayer to God
in 30 days I learned to draw an exact likeness of It's JACKSON'S TODDLE INN
DAVID SNYDER Sophia Loren-Jose Tembros, 343 NW 84th St., Miami .
While still wearing black for my son that was
Proprietor killed in Cuba, I took my granddaughter to Mr. Clark to
pray for a sore that several doctors said would never NURSERY
ANDREW STROMAN heal. After Mr.Clark prayed, he told me In 7 days, the
sore on my 2-year-old granddaughter's neck would be
Stylist healed.That was Sunday,6:30 p.m.Thursday,two other KINDERGARTEN
granddaughters ran over to tell Mr. Clark the sore had 4
begun to heal. Sunday vening it had healed completely.
I told Mr. Clark I wished I had brought my daughterover PRIMARY GRADES
the week before that died in child birth to which
he immediately replied "You must remember I am not $8.00 PER WEEK
God. Somethings have to be. That's why even on the l
'.9 ES IPlll1r/J.A telephone he asked God if it's his will to do this or that 3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACEy
itB. C SR A Cuban Refugee.On n
the 13th of April 1967, I was sent a letterby a \'
carrier.This individual placed the letter on my desk,4 Telephone: NE 4-4308 : I
hours later I placed the letter in my left back pocket. ri r 1 I
One hour after this letter was in my back pocket. my
\ left leg swolled up so large I couldn't pull my trou- Visit us or call for details
( RD SNOP J) sers over it. And I stayed that way for about 10 days, Mrs. I. 3. Jocluon.Molley,
walking with a limp. Today in August, I am still one
leg larger than the other though my walking is back to Own.i.Sup rvior!
639389 normal. Thru God all things are possible to him who

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I Randolph at Theatre Convention in N.Y

James B. Randolph, direc- Conference's governing
tor of drama at Southwest Mi- board. He received his MA de-
ami Senior High School, was gree from Western Reserve
one of the leaders at the University and worked atCleveland's
: American Edcational Theatre famed Karamu a
Association's 31st annual convention -
Theatre. He became Assistant
in New York City from
Director of Florida A & M's
August 19 to 23. Mr.Randolphwas
University playmakers. He
of the 150 discussion
one 1 and his wife,Gloria served the
who conducted 70
I leaders
Community Theatre of Springfield -
sessions at the meet-
Missouri as directors.He .
ings, which brought 1600 dele-
gates to the Statler l Hilton was also drama director at
Hotel for the five days and Prairie View College, Texas.

njghts of meetings. Since 1958 he has been a Mia-

mi resident. The University of
Mr. Randolph was one of the
Miami drama department
on the Secondary
panelists awarded him a special citation
School Theatre Conference on Company Guild and staged last year for his service to
"Integrating the High School their presentation of "All The North Dade High School and the
Theatre." Also on his pannel Way Home" by Tad Mosel, Opa-locka community in the
was Ellen Davis of North MI- based on James Agee'sADeath field of theatre. Mr. RandolphIs
ami Senior High School.
in the Family/ secretary of the Dade
He is a graduate of FloridaA County Speech Teachers As-
\ Mr. Randolph Is one of the & M, and a member of the sociation, and is a past pre- ,
directors of the Miami Actors Secondary School Theatre sident of that group. I .- ---

Jolita; McCray, summer recreation leader for Metropolitan Dade County Park and

.- Recreation Department program at Brownsville and Liberty City, he bs many little ".

School For Retarded Children hands in her arts and crafts program. The talented/ young daughter of Essie Silva,
1\ also with the recreation division as center director of the West Perrine Park, is a

graduate Spelman College, Atlanta, and will be attending Atlanta University this
Offer Expanded ProgramHaven fall for post graduate work. It has been a wonderful and happy experience for the

many children of Lincoln Gardens, Olinda Park, and the other recreation areas, to
School will offer a was utilized by the County during .. have Miss McCray as their instructor this past summer.
greatly expanded day care the past year.
for retarded children
program 18 Yeors of Responsible
beginning this September.This Haven school will furnishthe Building Service to Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
is made possible because classrooms, provide the The Community
; the County Commission has teachers and administrationfor "MR. JACK"
authorized Haven to utilize the their use, and will provide When Buying or Building FCrt
Bougainvillea school, locatedon transportation for the addi- rr
county' property one block tional day care students who I ,,,: ( CALL STANLEYPL STYLES FOR ALL AGES
North of Haven's Administrative -, enroll. If used to capacity,the / The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

BuildingHospitalroadS. Bougainvillea School will per SOLOIST AT o 1-3604' SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Miami.) mit Haven to double the size Beautiful Hornet ITALIAN SHOES
of its academic program dur- TEACHERS DISTRICT Built on Your
Bougainvillea School con- ing the 1967-68 school year. Lot or OursAttractive 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA
ORIENTATION Alterations I.
sists of four classrooms which and
will altogether accommodate At present, Haven School PROGRAMMrs. Additions,
approximately 40 additional accepts children between the L.t us Demolish I
Valdez Murray,Rainbow -
students. Haven school has at ages of 6 and 18 In day care. Park School Your Worn Out AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
Elementary ,
present 80 residents but has If there is sufficient demand, House and Builda
Rosa L. For t son,principal, Lovely New
never admitted many day care the use of the new classroomswill was soloist at the District Home SR-22 Filing
because of the lack permit the initiation of a
applicants Orientation Day, for new Call Us for Facts About Don't be fooled by low down payments for applications
of classroom space.Bougainvillea pre-school program also. All teachers; accompanying Mrs. Building which do not give you Insurance coverage.. We have
day care students will receive Financing been In business for two generations and take prideIn
Good Bonk
Murray, !was Mr. Charles H. customers with honest explanationsand
I I servicing our
full-course hot meal at
School was a noon Jones, Ponce de Leon Junior STANLEY BUILDERS, honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat
built several years ago in anticipation in the Haven dining room. High; presiding Mr. Daniel F. Inc.Licensed give you the lowest possible rates.
of expansion at the Since Haven school is a non- Westfall, district superintendent LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Kendall Children's Home. It profit Institution, tuition fees ; presentations were made Insured D. GOODMAN & SONS
was used temporarily for the will be adjusted according to by the Northwest District Per- 883 N. E. 79th Street 2688 NW 62nd ST. OX -0380'
Cuban Refugee Program but the family's ability to pay. sonnel. Miami, Florida

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I' lAUDE ERDAU A TEMp.' 0 Ranches

-- ol BY PORTERM. DAVI. JR. News [: CRAP; 'MET6

The United Fund, at a meeting of the Executive Committeeon By Woll.r Bow. ,
Thursday, August 10, set its 1967 campaign goal at "Fair
Share Giving" for all of Broward County.The actual figure of Our water supply has been '''" 0" ,'\',".'"
$702,000, adopted unanimously by the Committee, is,accord- cut down and is not safe to
ing to Campaign Chairman Robert C.Abel.Jr.."only a mark. drink. Come and hear a man
which we expect to far surpass." Mr. Abel went on to explain from Broward County Utility $6.00

that the actual goal is "Fair Share Giving" for the entire Dept., Mr. Carl S. Birdridgeat

county. On the Fair Share plan -- one hour's pay per month a mass meeting, Sunday,
for salaried employees, and proportionately higher for man- August 27, 3 p.m., at the Car-
agement and the professions--$1,500,000couldberaised this ver Ranches park, 21st and
fall for the support of the UF's 37 health, welfare and charac- 48th Ave. Unpaved streets will Given ForMerchandise Every

terbuilding agencies.Dr. be discussed also.

Rudolph J. Frei announced Florida's first treatment for The South Broward Post NO.
mentally disturbed children under the age of 12 will be offer-
8195, is making plans for its
ed when the new children's unittf South Florida State Hospitalin
Mini-Skirt Ball, which will
West Hollywood is opened next year. Dr. Frei, director of take place on the 3rd of Sep $100 Worth
the new institutions says It will care for children between the
tember at the Embassy Club in
ages of five and 14. Present mental institutions do not admit
Ft. Lauderdale on Sunrise
children under 12. The unit will accommodate 50 children and
Blvd. and'27th Ave.All Neigh-
have one teacher to four or five children and in different cases Sold Here
boring VFW Posts are invited.
teacher will have child I
one one as a charge.
There will be three cash
", According to the Council Compass, a newsletter publishedby
prizes given away on Sunday,
the Service Council of Broward County Child
Community ,
September 3rd from 5 to 10:00
Spacing has become a key project In Broverd Health Depart-
Donation $1.25. Tables
ment operations. Some 1,500 women are receiving medical p.m.free., Save Your Daily Receipts
Instructions and free birth control devices at monthly clinicsin
Joseph Jackson is the new
Ft. Lauderdale, Pompano Beach and Hollywood, says Dr. Miami Times boy in Hallan-

Paul Hughes, Health Department director. Twenty Broward dale, 712 NW 9th Ct. He Is the *
obstetricians help conduct the clinics prescribecontracep-
son of Mr. Cleveland Jackson.
tive devices according to the individual's need and situation.Sex .
Those who want The Miami
education is one theme of the clinics and is particularlyaimed
Times every week, inquire at
at teen and pre-teen girls. Dr. Hughes says "we are
the above number.
teaching them that to have two s t r o n g,healthy children is
Mrs. Mild redJames and
Prices For
better than having six or ten children,with many of them sick- children returned home this We Pay Higest :

ly. week after spending sometime
Mrs. Isodone Mizell and returned
grand-daughter, Joyce
with family in Gainsville.
home from and extended visit to several northern,midwestern,
Rev. Grant of Mt.ZionAME
and eastern cities visiting relatives and friends. Their trip
Church, West Hollywood, re-
included Washington,D.C.to visit her son Isodone Jr., Colom-
ported that revival will begin COPPER
bus, Ohio, to visit her daughter and family Rev. and Mrs. Bry- Moday of this week. *
ant, New York City for a visit with another daughter and sev-
eral relatives and friends in Detroit.

The Pride of Fort Lauderdale Elke Lodge No.652 will pre NO. 65 OFF TO CON VENTIOI'
sent its 8th Annual JazzC once r t featuring South Florida's IN DETROITThe

greatest Jazz artist with many great stars on Sunday, August Ladies Auxiliary of local -
27, at 6:00 p.m. This annual event promises to be one of the No. 65 along with the men BRASS

highlights of the year.Congratulations organization will leave Friday

to Mrs. Alice DeVeaux hardworking August 25, to attend the Na-
devoted civic worker on her new appointment as Senior Home tional convention in Detroit,
Planning Aid with the Broward County office of Economic Op Michigan. The group will also
portunity. Mrs. DeVeoux is making an invaluable contribution make a tour through some
to the community in her work with the Marc iulous Pitcher cities of Canada, where they *ALUMINUM .
which she helped to organize several years ago. will stay one night inNiagara
The Louis Wilcox of 2740 NW 17 Street recently returned Falls, Ont., from there to
from a two week motor vacation which included Daytona Beach Buffalo, New York Dele-
Orlando and Tallahassee. The entire family participated in a gates representing the

very unique class reunion affair program which provided fun auxiliary are: Mrs. Hope LEAD :

and entertainment family style. Kinsey, Mrs.Thelma C. Mum-
Don't forget the Brown Vocal Recital Sunday evening, August ford. Other members that have
27, at 4:30: p.m. Miss Brown a 1965 graduate of Dillard worked so faithful for the organization -
High School who studies with Mr. George Sistrunk, conduc- get round trip fare
tor of the Fort Lauderdale Symphony Chorus will be heard in paid in full. These membersare BATTERIES

selections by Wold, Makatte, Bizet and other composers. The : Mrs. Emma Williams,
talented daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Charles Brown of 715 NW Mrs. Helen Kennedy, Mrs.Ola
19th Avenue will lead the recital at the Second Presbyterian M. Holmes, Mrs. Louise Ken-
Church located at 1400 N. Federal Highway.MICHAEL'S nedy and Mrs.Herman Dallas.

Members visiting are: Mrs.
Mary McC lain and Mrs. RADIATORS
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Transportation Hot Balanced Meals Sailing Eddie Lee Pittman,

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Ages 2.6 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-- METAL CORP.
Register Now 9 to 3 9431. He invites all his old
friends to come and meet new
Phone School: 634.4132 or friends. Everyone welcome. \
Enjoy the pool room and bow-
Phone School: 634-1632 or 625-0102 ling. Completely air conditioned -

Sept. 8 (indef) 2341 Ali Baba Ave.Opalocka .

Kindergarten ClassesFor KINDERGARTEN CENTERVILLA ': '

4 & 5 year old Children begin at 5861 NW 17th AVENUE

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James Everett of Miami copped medalist honors In the Unit 1 fl4r
ed Golfers Championship tournament In the qualifying round r PAR AND BIRDIE UP TO PAR IN HOSTING UGA
on Monday at Miami Springs Golf Course. The five-day event of
The par and Birdie Club Miami experiencing many
got under way with golfers throughout the U. S. participating delays and regrettable denials were able to host the United
medalist In the Women's division between
A tie for Sheila
Golfers Association 41st Annual Tournament.
Scott of Cantonberry, Ohio and Frances Mays of Washington, member
The club being a comparatively;young of the national
D. C. will be played off. Both posted 89 on LeJeune Golf organization which is more concentrated in the northern

Course. I part of the country had a natural geographical handicap to
Full play got under way on Tuesday with four flights for men
s" overcome; but sheer determination and the will to show its
including championship and four flights for women.In I I 'y merits of representation brought the tournament to Miami;at
the senior div is ion(50..57)Leo Karakas was medalist wit present hundreds of golfers who never dreamed before are en-
83. The 58 and over division medalist was Thomas Weston Joying the facilities of the cities two municipal courses (Le

86.The Jeune and Miami Springs) and the full favor of the weatherman -
professional division opened, Tuesday with 20 profes during the staging of the tournament.
sionals checking In. Lee Elder of Washington, D. C. defendln -
champion Is expected to be the leading contender In the field The Hayes Boys_ Ernest Hayes, president of the Par and PAR AND BIRDIE TAKES ON ADDED RESPONSIBLITIES TO
play will continue thru Friday,an awards ball on Friday evenIng Birdie Golf Club, and his brother, Booker T. were caught by THE YOUTHThe _
will complete the event. the Miami-Metro News Bureau photographer on the first greenat

LEADERS IN EACH FLIGHTCHAMPIONSHIP the UGA Tournament at Miami Springs Country Club Mon- Par and Birdie has done a lot for Miami golf since its
day. Both brothers are making sure the visiting golfers en-
organization and there has never been a relentness in its efforts

James W. Everett Sr. Miami -77. James Paul, N. Y. C.- Joy their stay in Miami to promote, take part,or endear some prospective golferto
the knowledge and enjoyment! of the nonetheless the
Robert Mason game;
79. W. W. Andrews,Tampa-82. JacksonvUle81. -
club has missed the richest resource of recruits the thousandsof
Ronald Terry, Baltimore- 80. Miami Girl Wins Olympic youths in our city.

1ST FLIGHT Mr. Lonnie Jones, ordlnator for the youth division of UGA
Jimmy Sifford, Richmond, Va.- 84. 0. W. Collins, Miami- Gold Medal expressed the importance of this phase of the club's obligationto
85. Emanuel Gethers, Newark85. Coleman White, Miami86. its community.The .
sparse entry of local youths in the youth division of the
2ND FLIGHT Fourteen-year-old Joyce tournament shook our Interest to attention and immediately the
Thomas Mitchell, Montclair-90.Richard Hansberry,Wash Tinker of Miami captured the machinery went Into action for recruiting of youngplayers and
gold medal in the Intermediate more tournament participation.The .
ington91.. and Frank DuBoise, Miami 91.
division 75-yard dash and whole-hearted wish for every one associated In the remotest -
3RD FLIGHTJ. placed in two other events way with the Par and Birdie Club is for all who have
Lester Blacker, Philadelphia 98. C. Blythe Andrews,, Tuesday in the national Junior come to our fair city to enjoy themselves.
Tampa-100. William Peterson, Boston-102. Dave Thomas, Olympic track meet in Wash-
Toledo- 106. ington, D. C. r 7 'WJi19 '-

OUR POOR DOLPHINSFor Joyce took the 75yarddashIn f r

45 minutes of football It looked like the Dolphins were 8.5, Just .1 second off the
on the way to another victory, but when the bottom fell from national record. She also finished -
under them in the 4th quarter, the Falcons capitalized a feu third in the 220 in 24.4
mistakes and that was it. Dolphins lost 27- 17. We are looking and anchored 440-yard relay .. ,
forward to the ringing of the September 17, this will be the team-running with three 'Wfr: : :
official opening of the season, where all players will knov Jacksonville girls which vr : t
what's what and will be raring to go.A few weeks ago I wrote finished fifth. iJOYCE
that Mack Lamb has a good chance of staying with the Dolphins, Miami's Barbara Williams TINKER ;
Well, here it is, in the interest of building up the safety spot,, long jumped 18-0 and finished Beach's Iris Davis f ook a thirdin
George Wilson, Sr. and Tom Keane, the defensive backfield third in the senior division for1617yearolds. the senior division 100yarddash .
coach, have decided to make a move. Mack Lamb, the tough Pompano in 11.0. N .
rookie from Booker T. Washington High and Tennessee A & I I

will move from corner, back to the safety spot. They say they;;
have to get more speed back there.It was great to see the response Park Hours Changeto
of 50,822 patronize the game for a worthy cause, such
as you.the Variety Children Hospital. Our hats are off to all oi Evening ShiftThe

AN INTERESTI STORY Dade County Park De- Parks and Recreation De-
Louise Law h 0 r n e, a waitress at the Miami Springs Golf partment has finally come up partment director James
Course who serves celebrities, pros and whoever wishes to betaken with some sensible hours Hilton said some facilities will
care of, was Sop hie Tucker's per son a 1 maid for twc where full utilization of facilities be kept open during the morn-
years, and was with her until Sophie passed away. Louise live: and personnel can be rea Ing for pre-school children.
in Liberty City with her mother and two children. She has livec lized. The number,he said,will r CHANLCS SIFFCMD ,it:
In Florida for 14 years having come fro m Bainbridge, Ga depend on how many parents
I. to,.. i
While the late Sophie was on vacation 1ft here 'one winter, Miami's 52 parks will goon register their youngsters for P'.v. --.-
Louise was introduced to her by Mr. and Mrs. Hestor. That the evening shift when Dade the recreation program. The Sifford Wins a Big OneGood j
maid during the rac- back to school fee for the ,
was the result of her becoming Sophie's children go city charges a $40
ing season she works for horse owner S. R. Cooper. Louise Sept. 6.The 34-week school-year play things do not always Steve Opperman, a strong
travelled all over the world with the late red hot mama. She parks, Including 26 play classes. come to those who wait, but contender for first place,
says she really misses her fields, will switch from their A minimum of 15 children sometime they do. Forty- came second and received
present 8:30 a.m. to 5:30p.m. must be registered before the four-year-old veteran Negro $12,000 for his 70-67-69-273.
FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB hours to a 1 to 10 p.m. city will open a park for the pro, Charlie Siffordshotasevenunderpar Sifford was a touring pro
schedule. daily 9 a.m. to noon program. 64 Sunday in fessional since 1964. He said,
Schooling will get under way at the Flagler Kennel Club Saturday "Hartford, Conn., to win the "I was discouraged a lot of
night in preparation for the formal opening the trackon Culmer Center Sponsors $100,000 Greater Hartford times but my wife Rose
Labor Day. open by a stroke -- his first wouldn't let me quit."

Physique Contest victory 14 years on the PGA Before entering the 16th annual
Three other schooling sessions are set for Monday and Wed- tour.
Hartford event formerly
nesday and Thursday after which the track will be dark until The EOprs Culmer Neighborhood Gables Youth Center Audi- Sifford: began the round five called the Insurance City
the Labor Day opening of what shapes up as the biggest meet- Center summer rec- torium, University Drive at strokes off the pace at 208.He Open, Sifford had won earlier j
ing in Flagler's 36-year history. reation program is sponsor-''LeJeune Road on Saturday, birdied three holes on the front this year $25,280.
ing a physique contest which September 2,8 p.m. side, one on the back nine and Doug Ford, 45, winner of 19
This will be the first time since 1960 that Flagler has oper- should prove to be very interesting There will also be a bench sank a 40-yard chip shot from tour titles and more than 1
ated during the choice fall dates when most other tracks aroundthe This time there will bea press contest and a Judo exhi- heavy grass on the par five- $360,000, was the last player
country are closed and there is little or no mutuel com- Miss Greater Miami Con- bition by Albert Bernal of the 497-yard 14th hole for an on the course with Sifford. He
petition in the Miami area. test in addition to a Junior and Apollo Judo Club.Admission eagle. had a chance to stay throughthe
Senior Mr. Gold Coast Physi- is by donation. This winner is a one-time 17th, but failed to get the
This will result in the strongest lineup of greyhounds in the que Contest.It Proceeds will benefit the Cul 50 cents a-round caddie In his consecutive birdies he needed
country appearing at the Miami track,both in the regular com- will be held at the Coral mer Center Recreation Fund. native Charlotte, N. C.He won and finished with a 70 third
petition among the track's contract kennels and In the $80,000 $20,000 for his 69706964272. place.
International Classic.. The latter has attracted a total of 57 .
"outside" ktfitaels. Learn To Swim lefore You
kennel registrations, including 24 from NEW COURSE OFFERED AT

lack To School SUNLIGHT
Altogether the Flagler stakes program is valued at$120,000 Go Become a Beauty Sptcalist. Takes only a short

with first of the stakes events slated to get under way on Sa- Elementary children oi'I Junior School 4899 tint to become one. Be a Specialist in any talon.
age High N.W.
turday (September 9).This will be the $5,000 Marathon Championship the Liberty CityBrownsvillearea 24th Avenueand Dorsey junior Featuring wig cart, shampoos, manicures and
Next will come the $20,000 Kennel Medley, then the ptdicurts. Facials and make-vp.
still have theopportunit])' High School, 7100 N.W. 17th
$80,000 Classic, the Classic Consolation (new this year) and to learn to swim before returning Avenue, daily. Monday thru ENROLL TODAY IN THE SHORT

the $10,000 Flagler Derby. to school Teaching, Friday, 8:40 a.m. to 4:30p.m. COURSE
pools fully staffed with Metropolitan CALL: FR 49998Or 'f
MARLINS SCHEDULE Dade County Park and This is part of the recreation Write I

August 28 29th, Marlins Orlando, at Recreation Department Instructors program sponsored this sum-, SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY.
7:30 Monday, Tuesday,August 31, Marlins vs Ft. Lauderdale, at and life guards are mer by the recreation division 1113 NW 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida
p.m. Thursday in operation at Brownsville and is free to the public.
7:30 p.m.




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J. 'tun leu 'weeting# 110 NW THIS 68 IS STREETNew IT

AND ASSOCIATES 33 ft. Fla room, w/beautiful 2 bedroom home.
Like new, fenced in yard. FHA terms. $350 down.

Relations Consultant
175 NW 62nd Street 751-2441
Theatrical Editor The Miami Times


16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch. Pork) Miami Florida
When you own a home You own something per.
manent, real something that, if intelligently
2045 NW 62nd STREET chosen, will provide for your old age. Buy a
3 BEDROOM IK! BATH home and keep it; someday it will keep you.

Beautiful, fenced, awnings, carport, ,choice N.E. Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments i ,
location. Total price $12,900 $99 month pays every. Offering Many Features 'SELLER"PAYS ALL*CLOSING COTS
thing. Only $450 down..PHONE: 949-6371 anytime.
Llki w"MalI of 2020 NW 98thtfr.e
Fdailily4; afiited Inside and out; (foooutletBt_
Phone 949-6371 to Inspect FREE CITY WATER REFRIGERATOR lows IorgeJot* You=.'ton live fr.a as 'the;Income]
$450 down, no closing costs. $90.12 month FHA. TILE BATHROOM "
STOVE : tbe'jgayment Pr
GAS ce
$14,500 total. WASHING NEWLY PAINTED MACHINES VENETIAN BLINDSFREE im0; w th 350, 4wa and.04innnth; 1u ,


Close in beauty. 2 bedrooms, dining room, Fla
CALL CARLTON BROKER CARETAKERS ON PREMISES room, carport. Stove and refrigerator. $75 month
and move right in. Steal this one.
Weekly Rates

635-3177 $16.00 1 bedroom $20.00 2 Bedroom

SEE BEFORE YOU BUY Renting Office open Every Day except Sunday

COZY CBS FHA 2 bedrmi, 1 both, llv rm, E,ArIliMl L DICE.--ajy
kitchen, screened porch, carport, utility rm, Phone OX 18862Xing Lar< R 3 bed' I41Wbatfi, C IS bom riglr on .

$10,000 $300 down, $62.22 monthly. aki'Fla: loom,, city water, plan ,sprlnklerjtiyj"; ;!
BEAUTIFUL CORNER CBS FHA-3 bedrms kt.at tti'wwoter the large'' lot. Electric 'dl.hwashe'rl
1 bath, liv rm, din area, kitchen, garage, ex.trot. 'THA price $15,00 with $500 down and $W21
month -'-"'-- i><** **>
$12,000, $400 down, $79.61 monthly. ; Key at

SPACIOUS CBS FHA 3 bedrms, 1 bath,
liv rm, din rm, kitchen, Flo rm, utility rm, gar NEAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
age, extras. $15,200. $500 down. $92.29 Inc.
mo. Realty 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, 29th Terr. Near 12th Ave.

LUXURIOUS CBS FHA 2 bedrms, 2 baths: Full dining room, and enclosed front porch. FHA
liv rm, built-in kitchen, din rm, Flo rm, cpt., price only $12,000 with $400 down and $74.4111I0.
Bar-B-Q, $15,500, $5 00 down. $102.95 mo. r r t s and seller pays your closing costs.

J1l4. 4Q
BEAUTY 3 bedroom, 1 bath, liv. rm., pTi fi, l NORTH'MIAMI BEACH

kitchen, din rm, fenced, w/w carpets, wash 4 pedroom ,.m) baths, gB5i5IltJTejrrr&N;.) ]
mach. $10,950, $800 down. $100 mo. pays all ..jAvei; Terrazzo floors, gas heat an4 own ngs. Lge

.. RIDE BY AND SEE THIS 3 bedrms, 2 bath 160 NW 89 STREET fenced yard.FHA price., $12,900 with $400 down,
k fla rm, liv rm, kitchen, din area, cpt.utilit) Large 2.bedroom home, extra large Fla room, enclosed $88:18; month, We have key at office.'.t
fron porch. FHA terms. Located
garage open
rm, Ig. corner grounds. 1800 NW 35th Street.
$15,500. on large corner lot. 1 SPACIOUS LIVING

VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN 815 NW 84 TERRACE Extra large 2 bedroom CBS, full dining room,
3 bedroom, terrazzo floors, electric stove, refrig., large Fla room, garage. Appliances and wall to
air cond., fenced. FHA $400 down. $100 to vets wall carpet. Large lot with plenty of fruit trees.;
and displaced persons. FHA with $450 down and $90.12 month.IFIND .
Buy A House Today

825 NW 83 STREET
((1)) 1299 NW 51st Terr. $500 down. 2 bed- 3 bedroom SECURITY'HOME AND INCOME!
refrigerator, stove, awnings, carporte,
CBS home. a few 5 and 6 'unit apartment. "'build ngsd.
room, nicely landscaped. $100 to vets.
be bought with at little as $2,500 down.|
((2)) 3151 NW 55th St. $100 down. 3 bed- 935 NW 83 STREET ]Live free in one apartment and collect Incomes;;
from the others. These aretaltmodernCBSbuiid| :|
room house. Fenced yard. 2 bedroom, carport, cathedral ceiling, total price "'" j
eg neighborhoods MO red tape..; $,
$11,500. $100 down to vets. .! Ib'lt ; ,

((3)) 3274 NW 68th St. $50 down. $20 week. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

1941 NW 88 STREET Modern 2 bedroom CBS, FHA price only $12,500with
((4)) 3098 NW 56th St. $50 down. $20 week. Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, $400 down and $77.62 month. Tile roof,
carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 down. awning windows. City water plus well water for
((5)2401) NW 151 St.$300 down. $75 month sprinkling the lawn. Right near elementary school.
2161 NW I 130 STREET Bus and shopping.

((6)) 3071 NW 69th Terr. $300 down. $98 mo' Almostnew bedroom, custom built double car-
3 bedroom, CBS home. Like new. porte, $350 down FHA terms. Vets $100 down. I' H9; REB.TAlE' W MALI' ; FYHf6j
"L- V
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Li.[new ,CBS beautiful Jorgeeor{ erot. Fla
((7)) 566 NW 47th Terr. $500 down. 3 bed- NO QUALIFYING, HOMES room, etUitjroom; ; eorport;; Clty wflterTanXJ well

room, CBS home. WATERFRONT HOME [water lOr awn.aCbmpietelYfur'nihidlncledtnwashing I
macbidu; ; 97t1u"Ssnand 2M irr 't 1 we
9440 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE dawn $198'M.atft'payi'< ill ; r
((8 2345 NW 65th St. Duplex. Brand New. "
titi.v siix: ,
2 bedroom with large Fla room, completely furn.

85th *500 down. 2 bed- $2500 down. HOME AND INCOME
((9)) 2080 NW St. -
Live rent free in this modern 2 bedroom CBS home
room, CBS, Fla room. 2001 NW 83 TERRACE
plus 1 bedroom income apartment. 2 car garage,
((10)) 542 NW 41st St 2 bed CBS home. Gar- 2 bedroom, fenced, awnings. $54 month pays all. has an extra shower. Appliances for both units.
Screened porch. $300 down. FHA with and
age. 8515 NW 14 COURT price $15,500 $450down $93.33 mo.

((11)) 1917NW 152nd Ter. $250 dawn. $65 mo. 1 bedroom home. $65 month. Fenced. Good condi
((12)) 4112 NW llth Ct. $50 down. $18 wk. INCOME PROPERTY flMl l 4cAM,fl'4Y' AM wi'F fIIil t F M "ice STFS'RIN
$ BOW* IFEYAlf;AltEAVETN-Ei+ghfr
((13)) 1320 NW 39th St.-2 bed house.$22 wk. 1861 NW 42 STREET ISPLACED (AND;1f yGU CAM :;aiiALIf.YHAVEIHCCMl
Almost new 1 bedroom duplex. FHA terms. Total '
RBI Et! T price $11,000. $250 down. : Ffii3IsERTIESr, Tppl

4023 ZO t, .1 house. $2Q'wk.'
2311 NW 95 TERRACE
1293 44th St..2.. bed house. 522 k. Gorgeous custombuilt duplex. \ bedroom, Fla.

:i612 room each side, huge closets. 6 years new. 1jREALTYBROKER



3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4505 ,PHONE CALL AWAY. Open Evenings Sundays

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CLASSIFIEjA1s in good Liberty City lo-
Draw the Plans
cation. Call 151-9327. LAKE FRONT I
And Build On

IS WORDS OR LESS $ .SO. Your Lot Ours '
5C FOR ADDITIONAL wnnn. Store. CBS, poured roof,ideal or ONLY 4'LOTS LEFT

DEABUHE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON for restaurant or what have Bank financing available. Build to Suit

FOR SALEVA I you. 320 NW 22 Lane.Call 226- Remodeling & Repairing.Free .
FOR SALE FOR SALE 6144. Mr. Marks. Estimates $29,500 UP
& FHA Homes available Large 3 bed, 2 baths '
2500 NW 99th Street PERCY HEPBURN
$100 down. Semour M. home 93rd ST 12th AVE.
from completely fenced, CBS, 2 bedroom, huge florida 2 bedroom furnished, CBS Phone -
Roth, Realtor. 14570 NW 27th range, and rtfrig. An house, large yard, pleasant
excep- room, extra nice, no qualifying 927-1927 after 6p.m.
Builder 758-8749
Phone 681-3515. tional
Avenue. buyat$12,200.Noquali- surroundings near NW 11th St.
$11,000.00 total,take over Hollandale, Fla.
Sept. 1. tying, finance arranged.. existing 5 1/4% mortgage of $25.00 weekly. 759-0823 after

Lathan Realty $9,400.00 $72.76 monthly 400 p.m
towa's greatest 14880 NW27thAve--681-6026 i I - -
The bargain pays everything we can arrange a
Repossed by bank, save loadsof downpayment to suit room for steadily em*

money, immediate posses- 84 NW 71st Street, four units,,I your budget see right now ployed man. Private entranceand Office Space For Rent

sion. bedrooms, baths, Fla. all CBS, tile roof, like new,,I Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 bath. $9.00 per week. 121
room on large lot. 1970 NW partly furnishedasking NW 54th St., Phone: 757-5724 NW 39th Street. Upstairs office space available in

51st Terrace. Call 2352958.On $22,000.00 only $2,500.00!I open 7 days.
Lincoln National Bank
down, terms arranged to suit Room inprivate home. Cook- Building

NW 45th st.,near NW 2 Ave. you, this is a realmoneymakei rt rDo you need a large 2 bed ing'privileges.. 2125 NW 64th 6013 NW 17th Avenue

Home and income 2 CBS beau" for the smart investor,see today Garage? Priced below FHA St. 758-8128. Air conditioning. Offstreet parking.

ties on 1 lot. Front house 2 Aetna Realty (Broker), many fine features, shown by
bedroom, 1 bath, large Fla. 811 NW 54th Street, Phone: appt. $100 down to veterans. Rooms at 1430 NW 68th Street. Reasonable.

room., Rear house 1 bedroom, 757-5724, Open 7 days. Call us to show. Fenster CALL 7594431MR.. REEVE OR MR. MACK
1 bath, completely furnished. Realty, Broker. 3 bedrooms, bath living room'
Close to school, shopping and Brand new ziz zag sewing ma- :dinning room, kitchen and

bus. No qualifying. No red chine cabnet type for sale$50. 3 bed, 2 bath home FHA ap- porch. Stucco.MICELLANEOUS.

rape. Take over existing FHA 3092 NW 64th St. -. 696-7377 proved hardwood floor, magnificent
Morteaee. At real low Interest Louise Mills. home. $800 down. See

of 5 1/4$2700down$110 to appreciate drive by 1360 NW 3 BedrooM CBS Home
pays all. Atlantic and Pacific 400 DOWN 88th St. Then call us Fenster
CBS BEAUTY Give your child music lessons. Plus Apartment and Three Garages
Realtors666.0411.. Realty, Broker, 759-8779. Call 691-4961, after 6 p.m.
2 bed Fla room Total
,carport,huge Aug. 25 $12,500

No qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- kitchen, xtra large lot,awning, Waterfront, FHA approved, 3 1842 NW 33 STREET

room 1 bath CBS, carport, carpeting, sprinkler system, bed home. Magnificent Fla. HELP WANTED Mostly Furnished
large yard take over FHA. tile roof. Best buy in Miami. room, garage, fenced yard,
mortgage already placed $12,500, $91 mo. pays every- $600 down A terriffic deal. Dade County and Broward Three bedroom home in front. Rear two story

$1200 down $83 month pays all thing. See: 9800 NW 25th Ave. Drive by 9310 Little River County teachers- Part time apartment building. Clean and neat. Near

Atlantic and Pacific Realtors. Owner 7588749.BE Drive then call Fenster Realty insurance sales needed. High Jackson High.

J 666-0411. IN FOR SCHOOL Broker. commissions. Write or call HERBERT LEE SIMON, Realtor
collect. 564-9631.
4 BEDROOMCBS $ $750 DOWN MOVE IN The beauty of beauties, 3 bed 613-2663 I

: 2 BATHS Huge 3 bed, 2 bath, Fla room, 2 baths, If you are looking for Service Station attendant. II I

I No qualifying-Beautiful garge front porch, A-l shape. something unusual In decora- Must have driver's license.

room CBS Pool home with all Near everything$125 mo.pays oion of Fla. rooms then you Experienced infixing truck

the exras. Total price$17,500 all. See: 4121 NW 11th place. must see this to appreciate it. flats. $100 per week plus com- HELP WANTED

only $3,300 down and assume Owner 758-8749. FHA approved for $20,000. mission. Call 621-2221. Con-

Mortgage of $14,200 at $128a Drive by 8920 NW 8th Ave., tact Mr. or Mrs.Otis Thomas.
month, this is a steal.Com- 2419 NW 81st Terrace, CBS, then call us Fenster Realty, 2nd ChefSaladSandwichGriddle

pletely fenced, 15 x 34 ft pool, 5 years new,2 bedroom, bath Broker, 759-8779. sty s t wanted. Salary

beautiful patio outdoor lights, patio, air-conditioned, FHA open and commission. Men
only 6 years old customs $11,500.00, drive by then call CBS, bedroom, bath 754-5401.
built, buitiful modern kitchen- Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW modern built-in kitchen, no Back-Up Men j
drive by 8500 NW 24Avethencall 54th Street, Phone: 757-5724. qualifying, 80 x 100 lot, total BABY CARE or

me.A.BenKori,Realtor, Open 7 dys. price $12,500.00 $1,300.00down In my home-five days a week Must be experienced. Year round work. Free medical

anytime 751-2243. $102.40 monthly pays Telephone: 685-1137.0pa- insurance. Profit sharing plan. Parking space availJUNIOR'S
1601 93rd Street
NW ,no qualifying -
everything are you ready to lock, Florida. able.
1210 Little River Dr. 1000.00 down, move today? Call Aetna Realty ;

Drive by then call me Huge $13,500.00 total E-Z monthly (Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, RESTAURANTSee

3 bedroom 2 bath CBS on the pays move everything tomorrow--Aetna see today Realty- Phone: 757-5724, open days. Mr. Pete between 9:30& 11:30 a.m. 1:30 to 3 p.m.

canal, Central air and heat,
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, 3 bed 2 baths I 1 1
large eatin kitchen dinning wswimmingpool 2947 Collins Avenue St.
room, plus large Fla room, Phone: 757-5724, open 7 days. on large lot,near schools

hardwood floors. All this for busses and shopping. Allapattah Miami Beach, Florida
No qualifying, beautiful corner :
$22,500, bank terms or cash I area. Sensational value.
2 bed home'!, plus efficiency 1
to mortgage of $13,000. A. FHA $14,000. Only 350 down.
fenced yard a terrific ft ICOLORS6RAYIWIW
Ben-Korl, realtor call any Call us on this one fast Feaster -
time 7512243.NO buy, across from Manor Park. Realty, Broker 759-8779. 8 2 DRESSES HAIR:IBMACE -
Good terms. Drive by 1301 NW '
50th St. Then call us Fenster
NO QUALIFYINGLots Realty, Broker, 759-8779. FOR RENT '
of house for a small price EDISON SpecialsOPEN

3 bedroom 2 bath CBS lot size. Rose Homes, 2 houses on CBS, 1 bedroom apt. $18.
100 x 140, double carporte, Bedroom duplex $19.
p lot,this is a must to see,good
This Is a 2 bedroom house $23.
plus large utility. income property a real value LAKE FRONT
beautil spacious home, living Deposit Required
room is huge.Wall to wall car- ple for selling expressway their buyer homes or to peo-Urban Liberty Rental Agency ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

pet, air conditioned and heat, 2020 NW 62nd Street
Renewal. Drive by 265 NW 170 NW 68 STREET
stove and Total Call 633-7809
refrigerator. will finance- for this lovely like new
69 St.We arrange $350 down, FHA terms
price $17,600 only$4,600 down I ing, Fenster Realty, Broker, Room in private home, for $29,500 & UP homo with 33 ft. Flo room,fenced yord.lf you lik e

and $109 a month pays all, 759-8779. working woman. 1740 NW 49th to entertain. This is it. 2 reverse cycle air toads
seeing is believing. A.Ben- St. 635-4078. 93rd ST 12th AVE.
Kori, Realtor, call anytime Open house. Open Sunday 2-6 13Q NW 68 STREET

751-2243. 1220 NW 88 St.Owuer anxious. Room. Middle age man only. BUILDER 758-8749 4 bedroom CBS, plus Fla room. Fine for large

-- 3 bed, 2 bath, FHA home,wWcarpet Preferrable one work during family or 2 families. Tilt roof. $350 down. FHA
720 NW 53rd Street house, a big home, carporte,
4 bedroom, 2 bath, plus extra priced right. So come by Sun- day to live reasonable, com- terms.

lot, completely fenced, total day to discuss terms.Fenster fortable. 759-3360. 175 NW 68 STREETCBS
$500 DOWN
$12,500.00, no qualifying, Realty, Broker 759-8779. duplex. No qualifying, tile roof, excellentterms
$28.00 wk., unfurnished 2 bed He qualifying orclosing cos
$1,500.00 down E-Z monthly,
room, 1 bath plus huge Fla. 1457 NW 50th STREET ,' reverse cycle air cond.
one furnished -
mortgage, partly 1779 93rdStreet-FHA room house. Frame but nice, Lovely CBS, Vacant. '"
you must see to believe $8,000.00 total only$250.00down 1807 NW 84thStreet.Allnewlydecorated Move In. 6731 NW 6 AVENUE

Aetna RealtyBroker),811 NW $68.58 monthly one Inside.Call 754- $300 down FHA. CBS, tile roof, Fla room, plus

54 St., Phone: 757-5724, open IS year FHAmortgagenoclosing 6277 Reference needed. 2625$600 NW DOWN 120th -STREET FHA screened Fla porch. Fenced yard. Oil heat.
costs, ideal for couple
Lovely 3 bedrm, 2 Laths, ALSO -
children or single man
without Fla Dade 5 units plus 50x140 vacant lot. 1 acre all to-
SEE THESE HOMES Aetna CBS, room, near
or woman call today, House for rent. Stucco build- 3 bedroom 2 bath,near 36th
Jr. College. No closing gether. 1 hgusohas ,
Lovely 3 bed CBS home on
re- Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th ing. Large house large back cost. St. & 11th Avo. Only $27,500 total price.
large lot carport, range,
757-5724 Open'ldays.
St., Phone: yard. Nice and clean. 634-9925
trig, venetian blinds, awnings, $400 do. $98 mo. pays all ---------
sprinkling system, terrozzo No closing costs lYE HAVE"MANTHOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
floors, the roof. Only $300 8720 NW 14th AVENUE .
down. $92 month pays all. No home 3 bed, 2 in bath MiamiSundeckcellar a Miami Beach- LAKE FRONT Nice CBS on largo cor. lot TERMS CAN OR BUY NO QUALIFYING.YOU ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

closing costs. large, large rooms,king- ONLY 4 LOTS LEFT $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEINGDISPLACED
100 x $1,000 Down AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
Lovely 3 bed, 2 bath CBS home size Uv -in on corner.
ly fenced, carport, Venetian 100 lot. Don't miss this one Build to Suit No QualifyingNo OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
blinds, range, refrig, awings, for a large family. We Closing Cost .
terrazzo floor and tile roof. keys in office a lot fora little. $29,500 UP 1720 NW 30th Strttt
Total price $17,500 for a sub- Nicely furn. 2 bedroom, 2 '
Only $300 down, $100 per mo. Realtors
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?... 24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Aug.SI2S, 1967

I r Block' Power Groups Call National/ School Lunches Go Up.. Another Nickel

} The Dade School Board approved the Impact of the increase on der $3,000 would pay nothingfor
the price Increase the poor who had protested the the children's lunches. If
i ,. Conference in Chicago from 30 to 35 cents for ele- hike in advance. the income were under $5,000the
mentary school pupils and lunches would cost 20 cents
from 40to45cents for secondary Families with, for example: each. Above that the regular
A letter was sent out from political action beginning/; in voice heard on a national school pupils.The two children and an income un- rate prevails.
I o Chicago last week by several 1968." level," the letter said. increase was recom- I
widely known Black Power With Dr.Martin Luther Kingas We will neither moderatenor mended by Superintendent Hoe MRS. RANGE TO SPEAK AT TEMPLE ISRAEL I
R o groups, asking for "cooperation presidential nominee,some compromise our demandsfor Hall to cover an estimated
0 between militants and participants are expected to the sake of political ex- $635,000 defict In operation of Mrs. At ball e Range will regular meeting of the Temple
II :, white progressives." press for a third party pediency Only by forginga the school lunch program this speak at Temple Israel Child Israel parents Club and all
" Signed by 16 Negro civil "We feel that this conven- national unity can the rising year. Opportunity Center at 141 NE members of the communityare
rights leaders, the letter was tion is an excellent means of tide of racism and militarismbe Hall also presented to 19th St., Wednesday, August invited.Refreshments will
f. sent to several thousand mem- having the black people's reversed. the board his plan for easing 30th, at 7:30 p.m. This is the be served.
bers of Negro organizations
,{ urging them to attend the National -

)t /' "There Conference Aug.are 31 whites to for Sept.New who Politics are 4.- Does Coca -cola have the taste -

l : still committed to the strug- -.., ..". ..
0 o' gle for freedom and Justice.

I _< .,.'I" KWe> feel, that without political compromis-alliances you never get tired of? '

, >Jng one's political or organ-
: zational Integrity, are necessaryandcrucJalatthispoint ,
," ... }
the letter said. :
*. "We understand the reluc- f.'t. il '. ;>:' : .

tance selves especially of in many the in to alliance political involve arena them-with, Is it always refreshing? r: :I J

\ whites. But if we are to continue -
: the unity and spirit be-
gun at the Newark Black power S 1 I
conference, we must begin to +
: : use every forum available to

us." Do better with CQ.Ie7
necessity The letter for continued cooperation: "The be- things go

tween black militants and

passed white, nor progressives can it be overem-has not after Coke after Coke ? .'
phasized at the new politics I' .. c _
i .11Y1.Y.4 1 1.or MYYwi "
convention." FM; ,I" F
Among the signers of the
letter are: Julian Bond,
Georgia state legislator;
Fannie Low Hamer, leader of
: the Miss. Freedom Democratic Ask assistant. ", ,veterinarian Harold Murphy.Let him tell you. Write: Mr, Harold Murphy P.O. Box 5390 Metropolitan Station Los Angeles Calil.90055

) Party; Dick Gregory, co- ; '
median and civil rights acti- WtMt;".r."t > 00S
vist; Roy Innis, chairman of \
the Harlem CORE chapter;and
Mervyn Dymally, a California
state senator from Los Ange- ;
les' Watts section.
< Some 2,000 persons repre- '1 .,

senting 200 civil-rights,peace .
and student groups are ex- '.
pected to attend the Chicago
: w
conference. Its purpose is to
j >
"plan strategy aimed at a per :...
manent radical alliance for

Rap Brown 'Yt


From JailNew

York Black power .
advocate H. Rap Brown was '
freed on $15,000 bail late
Tuesday after a tempestuous
hearing at which a federal s\
Judge reduced the amount of
his bail from $25,000.
Brown shouted "Black
power" as he strode out of the
Federal House of Detention
where he has been incarcerated -
since Saturday on federal
gun charges.The .
Student Nonviolent Coordinating -
Committee, which
Brown heads, quickly raised
the bail after Federal Judge
Thomas F. Murphy announcedthe
( reduction. '
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