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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
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Vol. 45, No. 1 MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1967 32 PAGES -154

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,yJ f i f7 Negro Community I





1923 > Mourns Death Of I




I Mayor Bob High !


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A general sadness, enveloped the Negro community on
Wednesday afternoon when word came of the death of Miami
IH Who Shot Mayor Robert King High.
Sniper The diminutive 43-year-old mayor has always been a
strong favorite with Miami Negroes because of) his strong
liberal approach and unrelenting fight for the little man
High was admitted to Doctor's Hospital in Coral Gablesat
3 is Mentally III, 4 a.m. Wednesday after complaining of stomach pains
and vomiting. Death cam at 2:35 p.m. with his wife, Faithat
his bedside. The couple, married 13 years,had six children.

e't.i' 4ty .
i y. << A young Michigan visitor mi's Sanitary Department 'at "

tried to avenge the recent Detroit 3:35. When he made: a left turn Fw' ;t'
riot all alone by riding 'off NW 36th St. and 37th Ave., ,

b about town taking potshots at ,the ,Corviar pulled along! side 44u
F 'p. wb. -- ... Negro truck drivers. his car and the man started q,
r.
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Three then were shot and firing. Joyner sustained a
.. '. ,,\ '. wounded last slight wound
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.. '. ,I, .,' K. D. Orr, 34, Dade School I Y '
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: alight Corviar.A .
truck driver, said he was the "'
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., t ., ,,",, ,., wi .... '.!.,.--.." psychiatric examination lucky one of the gunman's victims a '*
was' ordered Monday for He got just a cut on his R! w
Miss Richards Charmette Roslyn Johnson, 15-year-old Hughes after, his attorney tolda nose. He pulled his truck over a.'' f6
sophomore at Miami Northwestern High, was recently voted Criminal! Court judge that the on South Dixie Highway and
."Miss Richards Charmette" over 27 teenage contestants from 23-year-old was mentally ill watch e d his assailant blast
local high schools. Tb 28.girls were chosen by the Richards and possible suicidal. away, he said.
stores for a modeling class and Roslyn wu one tWQ; finalists ; l
chosen tra the.basis personality/popularltyTnd pblse.! pfc;'"#Levl'Anderson; 48,"a truck": "' 1:ot .Y rk: 46rIV r o" .' .,{)

ures were posted in the stores and the public did the voting 'driverat'Atterown Transport i,tractor trailer;;fwas.rtfack-! ; .,
Is Lines, and father of nine, was son Memorial Hospital emergency {,
Roslyn the daughter of Mr, and Mrs Andrew. Johnson of
1719 NW 68th! Terr., She hopes to be a, model or a professional shot at three p.m. at Le- room .at 3:40 sufferingwith
Jeune Road and Alhambra Cir pains. He worked in Coral '4 f
:: : : cle. lie was hit by one of Gables. 1a
three shots that Struck the "I stopped for a light ,
secretary.Prefab; l door of his truck, and was something hit me in the left

Houses'Might | treated. at. Mt.; Sinai Hospital. side, knocked mo over. I

Calvin Joyner, 29 was on his thought maybe a tire blew out,
way home from his job at Mia I didn't know I was shot. ."

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EaseShortage Mayor High reached the height of his popularity in Feb-

Youth ruary, 1966 when he engineered the move for the city com-
neighborhood mission to appoint Mrs. Athalie Range to fill the unexpiredterm
Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz who had resigned from
11 Here | the commission for business reasons. I

Corps Project To Mrs. Range had lost in her bid for a city commission seat
':'. by a mere 1460 votes in the November, 1965 election. She
is ing permanent slums. But, he
I portable housing being had led her opponent, Irwin Christie by 1,021 votes in the
Miami said, "it just might provide an ,
considered by housing primary, but fell victim to the racial issue in the runoff, ;
interim solution.: Students
solu- Benefit 1750
officials as a temporary
High was a veteran campaigner and was elected five timesas
Metro Emergency Reloca- .
to'the increasing
tion ever '
Mayor Working on a "poor man's budget" High pulled
tion Officer Alvin Stevensonsaid
; slum problem. rent strikes a tactic Congressman Dante B. Fas- people a chance they would not off a big upset last spring by beating out Gov Haydon Burns
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Prefabricated houses can be cell announced this week that otherwise have had to continue for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination.! He suffered a
i erected in hours and moved used by slum dwellers to get :the Department of Labor has their educations and learn a bitter defeat to Gov. Claude Kirk in the general election, but ,
improvements -- often mis-
from one place to another. :approved a NeighborhoodYouth trade." took the loss like the champion he was. :
lead ghetto dwellers.
The officials are already't "We run into a number of Corps Project sponsored In addition to the work ex- High was a political protege of the Kennedys and was re- ,J
0 u b led with rent strikes, people who say this:'Someone I by the Dade County Board perience opportunities provided peatedly attacked by his opponents as an arch liberal. A mm
and insuf-
daily evictions told me not to pay the rent/ I of Public Instruction in Mia- to the enrollees, they of strong personal convictions, he never relented. In every
ficient available living units. These people have the money mi.This will also receive counseling, one of his campaigns he polled almost the entire Negro vote

Haley Sofge, Miami Housing and won't pay it," he said. project will provide testing and remedial education High was a public man, champion of the man in the streets.
Authority director, said Mon- "This is something I'd like 'work experience opportunitiesfor when necessary to assure the He took on the biggest corporate entities in the state--The
day informal discussions are the committee to take a more 850 in-school and 900 summer effectiveness of the programand Florida East Coast Railway, the phosphate mining Interests,
under way with Housing and active part in.' He said Lib- enrollees and will cost a their enrollment in it. public utilities. You name it. If Bob High thought he could
Urban Development offidals erty City has been the scene of I total of $766,910, of which the get a better deal for the people, he would fight unashamedlyfor
in Washington about the port- two recent rent strikes. Federal Government will provide it, asking no quarter, and giving none.A .
able housing.The $66,720. Dr. Joe Hall will Car Kills Man great man has fallen. We shall miss him.
Inter-Agency Reloca- Rent strikers persuing legal :serve as local coordinator for

tion committee, a group study- avenues to get repairs must I the project.The Crossing62nd
Town Houses be Built
21 to
ing ways of housing displaced deposit their rent money in escrow Neighborhood Youth ,
families, discussed portable during the dispute or face I Corps is a major: part of the St.An .
housing Monday. eviction. war against proverty and provides Under Turnkey Program
City Commissioner Mrs. Richard Weatherley, direc- young men and women elderly man was killed
Atha 11 e Range and Miami tor of the Economic Opportunity from 16 through 21 years of Tuesday when he stepped in Congressman Claude veloper. This will be the first .
Neighborhood Rehabilitation program Inc., said evic- age with part-time or nearly front of a car after leaving a Pepper announced today that such project in the Miami area.
Director Gene Miles cautiously tions have risen sharply since full-time employment oppor- bar at NW 62nd St,and NW 25th the Department of,Housing and The housing project will
endorsed the plan. the strikes began in Liberty tunities which will enable themto Ave.Officers Urban Development has ap- consist of two bedroom, two
City. I return to or remain in said Turner was hit proved a financial assistance ,story townhouse type struc-
II The problem is growing "It points up what I'm sure ;school, or obtain the work experience by a car driven i by Charles contract for the purchase of tures located in the area of the
daily," said Mrs. Range. we knew and that's that we're I necessary in today's Swallow, 60, of 3200 NW 79th twenty-one low rent houses in Jackson Memorial complex. It
1 "These people actually do not going in without adequatestaff world of work.Fascell St.-.:s r n e r died at Jackson Miami. The homes will be purchased is sponsored by Herschel

have any place to live. They're ,' Sofge said. said, "I am extremely Memorial Hospital: several under HUD's new "Hank" G r e e, president of
living in cars and everythingelse. During the two-week study I pleased that Dade hours. after the accident.No Turn Key Concept. This will the Florida Home Builders '.
." period ending last Thursday, I County is making use of this charges were filed. allow the Miami Housing Au- Association, and will be con-
Miles urged a careful ap- the Relocation Committee reported I federal program to assist the Turner was walking south thority to build these homes, structed by the G r e e n Con-
proach to prevent the "temil 17 families were aided would be drop out. This program across NW 62nd St. when he then turn the supervision of struction Company a t the area

il porary' building from becom and one more was evicted. I II II will give. these young! was hit, police said. them over to a private de- on NW 15th Street and 7th Ct.




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Yveffe Claims' Adam is Not Lewis. ,Indicted

I I I 'In' ; 'I "SSlaYing

; Sending I : the Support MoneyAdam ,

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Clayton Powell's estranged ar w Newman said, "I have requested The Dade Grand Jury Tuesday
wife has denied that he of the congressmanthat indicted Eddie Lewis on a
$eqt $600 a month for support ,he Instruct his New York first degree murder charge in
of ;their five-year-old son, accountant and his secretaryto the .strangulation death of a
Adam III., forward to 'me, photostatic Carol City' houi! wife.
Mrs. Pow ;i'r Miami attorney copies, both back and front,of Mrs. Patricia Rookswas
,, Arthur Newt}ao, 'said,. the checks he claims to have found strangled June 14 in the
n't forwarded to his wife for the
My c 1J Ee Henifyl category$ bedroom of her home, 19011
cally the receipt of these pay child's support." NW 39 Ct. The body was found
The attorney said that if
ments. by her husband, Curly,an airlines
When he saw Powell at Powell did at one time send
employe.
Bimini last Saturday,Newman these checks, "Mrs. Powell Lewis, 26-year-old unemployed
said the former Harlem con- wants to know why doesn't he laborer, of 1130 NW 62
gressman told l him he had ( ?M continue to support his child." St., was arrested about three '
Newman said the boy's future lll
made the $600 payments. weeks later and charged with
Attorney Henry Arrington, his financial support and Mrs. Rooks' death.
Powell's Miami lawyer, said low he will be educated, are
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that a clerk for the U.S.Houseof issues in negotiations towarda Principal Charles D.Wyche as the faculty happily sang the
Representative's Labor and YVETTE POWELLMrs. nutually agreeable divorceof "Any wheN 'In .Hi* world was caught ina surprise birthday words "Happy Birthday .
Education Committee, of the Powells.A you wont to no" tribute by his faculty on and How Old Are You." Following -
which Powell,was'.chairman, Powell in Puerto Rico for suit was filed in Puerto T7CKt7.; tarT August 25. The North Dade ; the birthday salute in
had sent the $600 a month to the boy's support Rico by Mrs. Powull since Cafeteria, already set up for song, everyone was served
April 8'for separate maintenance NO MOP AT opening of school activities, cake and ice cream.
asking$1,500 a month made a convenient setting for
for her and her son.lllliac1liV fMJIJIJftn'TiUI' the delightful surprise. Prin- The faculty presented a

L, fW1/ cipal Wyche was lost for words lovely gift to Principal Wyche.
C f
g MIlMAlHlfo "Your Neighborhood Travel
Ag nt." Union Gets $1.36 Wage, I

!i A. neo to you of your
45LkAmtiue'a' cetg 017 1 tlphn Give u. a coll. leiiefits Increase For Workers
DOUBLE ACTION W* cUllv.r. 1104 NW 3rd
/COLORS GRAY WURHJtt Av. FR 98451. Choi. C. The National Organizationof president; Miss Weiss, gen-
ALL LINDSLEY STORES 2 DRESSES HAIR I g P L ACE North, Manager. I Industrial Trades Union, eral vice president; Theodore
WILL BE CLOSED I with offices at 1114 Palm Ave. Bauman, national representative I
LABOR DAYIALUMINUM Hialeah, has won acorn* ; and organizers Facundo
I pined package increase of Pomar and Alfonso Torres.
SEWING MACHINE. $1.36 per hour for its workers
at the Federal Meat Packing
2i! "REPAIR SPECIAL" Company of Hialeah. HIGH SCHOOL

In Your Home Theincreaselncludeshealth
DIPLOMAS FOR
and welfare
b benefits
50 : Blue Cross and Blue Shield ex- ADULTSThe

tl panded coverage,some as high Booker T. Washington
Wit iOfo as $125, plus the guarantee of Community School is offering
q a 40 hour week. again this year preparatorycourses

specially designed to
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E-FrX/N BROWARDCALL This very good deal was help adults get their high
COLLECT 634-.6242 worked out under the leader- school diploma within sixteen
ship of Louis Laskey,generalQUALITY weeks. other classes included

in the program are: Reading,
Typing. and Shorthand, Busi-
STEP LADDER ness Skills Classes, Basic and
Advanced clothing,community
Jimki tin tip ).lick sifc rafts chorus, band for adults,
Diiklt, rivitit, ili braces karate, citizenshipclassesforthose
Safety lick TNI.way leg kraciii desiring citizenship in

Heavy City Oust styli safety( test the United States, High School
English, math, science,
IP American history and govern
a 6.FOOT ment, fencing, Spanish and
SIZE :;.M many others.
I.e. $10.9S 1 If interested in bettering
yourself for the future, call
Aircraft quality aluminum is utdxclutlTly Cliff Matthews Community
In this d.lux* ladder.
School Director at FR 7-2536
Enginrd to last a llitim.
any school day 2 10 p.m. or
come to register in the main
4 office of the Booker T. Wash
ington School during these
YOUR hours.

"' CHOICE "j All community clubs,
Of wI1m churches and agencies, wishing -
to use the school building
O.AQUA MANS '!RUMS for educational
OR any recrea-
FIBERGLAS ALUMINUM
tional, cultural or vocational

SCREEN WIRE SEAFOOD CENTER purposes. ,BTW may contact communityschool the director -

runout/ WIDTHS ALUMINUM WIDTH welcomes
w TD M-IHCMII MOM 14 TO ...1.. you.
The community school especially
SCREEN REPAIR TOOL1.39 Invite those with a desire
5759 NW 27th Ave.
to share talent and leadership
with adults and young
sters to call and state the one
KNOTTY PONE FMffi DRAWER DESK thing that you would like to do.
635-4794
Hr's a dsk you can BTW is open for recreationfive
paint or ilnUb natural days per week.2-10 daily
A---z A lor student's crafumanshiplnee.room.' Superb for a d u Its and youngsters to
share their favorite games.
Come to BTW where the action

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._. ... ___....._ __THE- MIAMI I TIMES, Friday,_September! 1, 1967 3

Roy, Wilkins Urges Fair Housing a ..

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Bill, 'In Senate TestimonyWashington ":,'


D. C. Any dential segregation? Or will it estimated that 65 million
program prevent future vio- provide a method under the housing units would be covered -
lence and chaos must include Constitution for those entrap- by the bill., ";
passage of a national fair ped in the ghetto to move out Two Cabinet officers Seer I II
housing law, the Executive Director when conditions make it pos- retary of Housing and Urban ,
of the National Asso- sible and they desire todoso? Development Robert C..Wea- II I
ciation for the Advancement of. The Mondale bill, expectedto ver and Attorney General (
Colored People told a Senate receive strong oppositionfrom Ramsey Clark, told the Sub- (
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Subcommittee here. Southern Democrats anda committee that pressures on
Appearing before the Hous- few Republicans led by Sen. the ghetto would continue to
ing Subcommittee of the Senate Everett Dirksen of Illinois, mount until Negroes were assured t
Banking and Currency Com would end housing discrimination the legal right to pur- f ti
mittee, August 21,Roy Wilkins by January I, 1969. It is chase housing in the suburbs. a t j r i
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declared that housing segre- >; i
gation is "one of the burning .
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frustrations Negro residents
carry with them in city ghettos 1 ., '
the knowledge that even t S, rV'r' p
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if they want to and have the 1 'O.
means to do so, very often they Becoming a highly effective Bridges, (temporary secretary chairman); Mr. Ira Gunn, Mr.
cannot get out." body with the cooperation of ); Mrs. Marjorie Cooke, Johnny. Brown, Mrs. Eliza
Before the committee Is a all of the members of its com- (Acting chairman); Mrs. beth McBride, Mrs. Phoebe
bill sponsored by Walter F. munity In order to keep the Almetir Wright, Mr. Leonard Baker, Mrs. Gibbs. ;
Mondale, Minnesota Demo- standards of the community White, Mrs. Celestine Major,
crat, that is identical to Pre- high Is the goal of newly organized Mr. Samuel F. Rahming, Mr. Theassociation will hold its
sident Johnson's omnibus civil Arcola.Gardens. James T. Turner, Mr. Frank second organizational meet-
rights bill, which seeks to end Homeowners Association. Bartlett, Mrs. Frank Bartlett, ing on Sunday! September: 10,
discrimination in housing in Mr. Joseph; Bridges,,Mrs at 4:00'p.m[ :,at 870 N.;W.84th
three stages. y Left to right; Mrs MattieGrand Florence Ferguson, (co- Terrace.its .

M:. Wilkins, who also rep-
resented the Leadership Con Jury Clears SNCC 1

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ference on Civil Rights a
coalition of 112 civil rights, Black Power Advocate "
labor church fraternal
professional
and civic organiza- Nashville, Tenn.-.Mll1tant. cleared by a grand jury which investigationofrenmkshe l''
tions -- called for passage of Black Power Advocate George refused to indict him_following made In a speech August 21. ,J
the pending bill with one major Ware, an aide to Stokely Carmichael -
revision. Tuesday was clear China Valles rr
The three-stage timetable, ed of sedition charges arising
from his statements
that
Mr. Wilkins testified, is too Ne-
slow. He urged that the bill be groes should use any means Is M.C. For
necessary to seize control of
amendment
passed "with an
th communities.:
putting total coverage in effect Variety ShowLeroy

upon passage of the bill." Mahalia Jackson Tour Cut Ware, 27, a field worker for
Racial developments since the Student Nonviolent Coordi- Washington has gathered -
the bill was introduced, Mr. nating CommitteeSNCC some of Miami's
), was
Wilkins added, "have createda Doctors Fear Heart AttackBerlin greatest music, song, and
crisis situation that demands dance talents together to pre-
immediate action." Gospel 'Singer tour. Later the tour was post- sent "Show Time." This great
Mr. Wilkins said that although Mahalia Jackson was ordered poned indefinitely."The Have The Miami Times show will be staged Fridayand
a national fair housingbill hospitalized Monday and advised burden of performingwould delivered to your house by Saturday nights, September
would not cure all of the to call off a European have been'a strain I moil every" week"torbnly 8 and 9, in Miami North-
ills of the ghetto, "This bill concert tour to avoid the pos- on her heart and could have led $5.00 western's Senior High School 91A! VALUES
per year
raises the basic question of sibility of a heart attack.Dr. to a heart attack," he said. Auditorium, at 8;15 p.m. a ..... II
the good faith America.Willit Rolf Schroeder,cardiac
continue to allow second- specialist at the West Berlin He said the singer would remain ..............................
class status to be imposed Westend Hospital,told a news- in the hospital here about .
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upon millions of its citizens by man-who had been interviewing three days and then return for FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS .
refusing to provide a legal the singer that he ad- further medical care in Chicago 9
means of escape from resi- vised her not to parry out the where she resides. 9 AT MODERATE RATES .

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CALLING ALL MEN 9 .. .
Our WarmestCongratulations M............ .: +"
OF OMEGAThe 9

first meeting for the 9 :
BONDED ,,
fiscal year ofSigma Alpha .:
Chapter of Omega Psi Phi
to .
Fraternity will be held Satur- _
at 8:30 MR. H. E. S. AND GARTH C. REEVES AND 9 RENTAL
day, September 2,1967, 9 i' ,
p.m., at the residence of Brother THE ENTIRE STAFF OF THEMIAMI I TIMES 9 G t0 a

Edward J. Braynon, Jr., ON THE OCCASION OF THE 45th ANNI-
AGENCY
2135 NW 63rd Street. :
VERSARY
OF YOUR FINE PUBLICATION.
All Brothers- undergraduate -
graduate, formerly active The Young Democratic
and Inactive of the Dade County I

area aid are in the urged formulation to be presentto of the Association of I ((1iINC PL 9-8733 .I

program for the current year. :
Tell a Brother and bring a Dade CountyEARL .. ...

Brother.U. .
G. Horne, Basileus. CARROLL, President THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL, AND MANAGES 9

MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND .

BROWARD COUNTIES. ':
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A fleetof cars and collectors give door to door service for tenants convenience.

HAS THIS HAPPENED TO YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSEIF 9 :
I A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent free, furnished
SO 9 9 and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment, .

YOU WANT TO SEE THE PEOPLE AT 9 A public relations department to assist you with your problems. .

Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost housing.' S I I
BECKET & BEAN .
: MAIN OFFICE :

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IMMEDIATE AUTO INSURANCE COVERAGE .
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ONE STOP AND YOU DRIVE OUT WITH YOUR AUTO 405 NW 7th Terr. Ft. Lauderdale. A 4.3357 512 NW 1st Ave. Hallandale-WA 7-2434..
INSURANCE POLICY 9 .
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COME TO THE CORNER WITH THE SPINNING SIGN, 9

HON. L, BROOKS. ,. President v I ,
27th Ave. & 62nd St. N.W. ,
9 GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager i
I CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director'
J' OR CALL 696-0880 .

FREE DRIVE-IN_ PARKING : .If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live letter.top"-.1.L.: Brooks

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 1967

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mtIopLlt\ r BY BILL McBRIDE


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Officei 6530 NW 15th Ave. District Voting
Miami Flo. 33147Phon.t691.0421H. .... Hayes \ \\ "
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E. SlCfIS UND REEVES, Editor and .Publisher .
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i ( |, GART C. REEVES, atiagino'Editor":!j ( LWILLIAM Dade: 'Negro.sOnly
W. McBRIP, City Editor 'th and 'whoGt
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
HopeTo
National Advertising/ Representative

Amalgamat.d Publishers, Inc. TOMORROW
310 Madison Avenue. Ne* York, N. Y. 10017 run is to taste the bitter pill of defeat has been the fate
Memb.r of the National/ Newspaper Publishers Association of all Negroes who have offered themselves for elective officein
2400 S..Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 Dade County since the late great Sam B. Solomon braved the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES threats of the Ku Klux Klan and other race baiting bigots and
ONE YEAR $5.00. SIX MONTHS.. $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00Entered ran for the Miami City Commission back in the Negrohatingdays

of the early forties. Needless to say, Mr. Solomon was
as Second Class Matter. August 9, 1927 at the PollOffice t
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 soundly trounced. .
Since the defeat of Solomon, 14 Negroes have run and 14 Ne-
"CREDO
OF
THE NEGRO PRESS"The
NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead groes have lost. In addition Solomon, the losers list include
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto a such, outstanding Negroes as: 0. L. Nickerson, Miami Com
every man regardless of his ro,., creed or color his human o D c 0 0 mission, 1953; John A. Diaz, Miami Commission, 1955;G. E.
and leoring .
legal rights.
Hating
no mart, no man the Negro
Graves Miami Commission, 1953; Kenneth T.Williams,Miami -
Press strives ,
,help every mart In the firm belief that all men
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. Commission, 1956; Earl Carroll, State Legislature, 1963
and 1966 Rev. Edward T. Graham and attorneys Harold
"We have entered an age In which education is not Just a ;
Braynon and James Matthews, State Legislature, 1963; Mrs.
luxury permitting some men an advantage over others. It has
'IDr ditar'oI brnk M. Athalie Range (presently serving on the Miami Commis-
become a necessity without which a person is defenseless in
sion as an appointee) and Dodd Johnson, Miami Commission,
this complex, industrialized society Wa have truly en-
"God Intends no man to live in this world without working: tered the century of the educated man" 1965; C. Gaylord Rolle,.School Board, 1966 and J. Lang Ker-

but it seems to me no less evident that He intends every man The then Vice-President, Lyndon Johnson, said those words shaw, Lawrence Bethel, Ronald Young and Ted Plessey,State

to be happy in his work." Ruskin. in a commencement address in 1963. Their truth is becoming Legislature, 1966.
clearer every day. Let us not kid ourselves, the present procedure of electingthe
members of the Dade County Commission from districts,
become
Many young Americans are answering the challenge to -
THE MIAMI TIMES' ANNIVERSARY but vote basis makes virtually impossible
of on a county-wide ,
18
better educated. Last year, percent our young peo-
in this and Urns fora to be elected to the commis-
September is the birth month of The Miami Times. As we ple between the ages of 16-24 were high school dropouts, as day Negro
where I sit if is to be elected to the
sion. From a Negro ever
enter our 45th year, we again greet our thousands of readers, compared with 25 percent in 1960.
many of whom have been subscribers almost from the first But this reduction is not enough. The frightening fact remains county commission, the election procedure nust be changedto
birthday.We that too many teenagers still consider education a lux- require commissioners be voted on by residents of that par-

greet our advertisers that have been the main springIn ury. At the current dropout rate,by 1975 there will be 32 mU- ticular district only.
lion adults in labor force without school education Earl Carroll, in making a plea for district voting before the
our venture and assure them of our deep appreciation for the a high --
for most of tomor- county commission on July 25th using the words of Supreme
their support.We 32 million people who will be unqualified
Court Chief Justice Earl Warren, said: "It is also the positionof
have worked hard and given our best in our endeavor to row's jobs.
this tide of unskilled workers in the United States that, as a matter of constitutional princi-
bring you a worthwhile newspaper. Despite disastrous hurri- To stave off a booming
canes and occasional mechanical mishaps, this weekly-has the economy, President Johnson has directed the President's ple, logic and policy,the principles Reynolds apply to local

reputation of never missing a single Issue during these years. Council on Youth Opportunity to launch the 1967 Stay-in-School governmental bodies whose members are ,elected from dis-

Ye Editor does not hesitate in saying that The Times has Campaign. Every citizen, young and old, parent and teenager, tricts and require. that those districts be substantially equalin
attained a measure of success for which we are grateful.We is being asked to support this drive to assure that all who still population.. Carroll further stated that in Dade County the

greet our staff for the part they have played in this ven have a chance for a decent education stay In school and get it. commissioners represent districts but they run on a county-

ture. One member, the Rev. L,A. Thompson, has been with us A young person today, dissatisfied with school and anxiousto wide vote basis. Thus, rendering it virtually impossible for a

from the beginning. Although having to curb his activities, he get out and work for the money he wants, is heading down a Negro to be elected to the commission.
is at The Times' office two days a week. dead-end street if he pursues his dreams without a high school Carroll asked the commission in the name of Justice and

The Editor is pleased to mention the names of some former diploma.He fair play, to take the necessary action to change the procedure

members of the staff, several of whom were apprentices: finds out too late the job he longed for will be at best a to require the commissioners be elected by district voting rather

Edward Davis of the Excelsior press; John Davis Printery; dull, dirty one with little opportunity for advancement. Or, the than be county-wide voting.
ri Aranha, now a school principal in Washington,D. C.; Ar- j jobless rate of 3 percent for school dropouts suddenly becomes After Carroll's plea, the commission voted yesona motion
chie:binder of Archie's printery; Henry MOKinney"now of very real, to him as he discovers that he doesn't by commissioner Alex Gordon and seconded by commissioner
'West"'Palm Beach have the ticket he needs to get through the employers' doors Hardy Matheson to turn the matter over to the Metro Charter. .

Charles North of North's Travel Bureau;Stanley Sweeting of The money he needs to buy the car,the clothes, or the stereohe Review Board for study and recommendation.As : .
the Sheriffs Department; Edward Gibson of the Internal Reve- wanted so badly just isn't there. He will make less money things stand now, the review board has scheduled three

nue Service, New York City; Richard Carroll, J. D. Parker, than those who graduated: when he does find a job and his futurein hearings on this matter; one each in the north, central and

the late Percival Gardiner, B. A. Mills and Elliott J. Pieze any job is limited. In short, a dropout learns quickly and south Dade areas, the last of which will be held on December

and the late Anthony Gardiner,Dade scboolprincipalfor many cruelly what Lyndon Johnson meant when he called educationa 7, and then make its recommendation to the com mission at a

years. necessity.For later date. The commission will not be bound by the recommendations -

Mention Is made of these persons because Ye Editor is many of these young people, there is still time. They of the board. lithe commission votes yes, then the

pleased to know that in some small way he has touched their can go back and finish high school. For others, it Is too late. issue will be placed on the ballot and voted on by the peoplein

lives. He is grateful ,that at the age of more than four score Those who are still in school considering dropping out face the May 1968 primary election. Incidentally, these same
years, he is still able to render some assistance in the publi- one of the most crucial decisions of their lives. It Is up to all commissioners would be seeking reelection at the same timeon

cation of The Miami Times.As of us to follow the President in urging them to go back to a county wide vote.

we enter our forty-fifth year, we hope to be able to make school this fall and stay there until they have at least a high From where I sit comes complete agreement with Earl Car-

further improvements In keeping with our motto, "The times school diploma. The education they get now charts the course rollof the Young Democratic Association of Dade County and

are changed and we are changed with them." not only for their individual lives but for the. welfare of our Clark: Merrill of the Dade County Association Unincorporated -

We are also deeply appreciative to all those contributing by country in the coming decades. Areas, (which organization voted to support the drive for

congratulations and other means to the first issue of our forty- district voting) that since the voters of Dade County mist go

fifth year. to the polls and say yes or no to district voting, they should bea
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lowed this privilege without all this long, drawn our pro-
JACK IE'S BLACK POWERIn schools may go on without any disturbance. cedure: which Is simply a waste of the taxpayers time and

New York Jackie Robinson, chairman; of the bcard.of v The'Governor's idea as reported,1is'to1 appoint a 22-mem money. The county commission has the power to put the matter

Freedom National Bank, 'reports that;Negro-owned businessin ber commission for a.} study of quality education in Florida, before the people on the November 7th ballot without any study

Harlem have arisen from 18 per cent to 31 per cent of the composedaof'leaders: in Various, fields. He hopes to outline his and recommendation from the Charter Review Board.mightbe

area's total in the last two years. proposal in a state-wide address on television the evening of interesting to note that, like most of our county and city

That's certainly worthwhile news.Ye Editor hopes this busi- September 5.Governor boards and committees, there is no Negro representation on
.
be ,Kirk believes his plans will make education a firstin this board.
ness will continue to grow. There certainly should no good
reason for it to do otherwise. Florida by 195. That's eight years away,Governor. Re- Earl Carroll, is scheduled to again appear before the county

Robinson is at present' an assistant to Governor Nelson 1 number, too,an election comes up In 1968.Some 50,000 teach commission during the Tuesday, September 5th meeting ask

Rockefeller for community affairs. He defined this kind of ers are voters that it place the matter. of district voting on the November 7,

black power as "the wise use of our dollar, the wise use of 1967 ballot.
our political strength." This Is the kind of black power I advocate MAYOR HIGH RAKES Precedent for this type action was set wljen the commission,
says Robinson. GOV. KIRKIn acting on a recommendation by the Dade County League of Women -

To our former, much admired Dodgers' baseball star, millions his last Voters, placed the issue of whether the sherriff's office
speech Friday before National Commission
on Ur- should be an elective or appointive the ballot withoutthe
of people should say, Amen. one on
ban Affairs meeting here Mayor Robert
King High really raked smoke screen or delaying action of the charter review
Gov. Claude Kirk over the coals for his headline grabbing an- board
FLORIDA TEACHERS INVADE ORLANDO or an initiative petition.
tics at the of the
expense poor.In .
From where I sit
every Dade County Negro should Join
Last Thursday may be termed Teacher's Day. More than a fiery verbal salvo at the GOP head of state High had forces with all others interested in justice and fair play in filling -
30,000 teachers from all parts of Florida! gathered at the Tan- these choice comments on the governor: the commissionchambers next
come September
gerine Bowl in Orlando under the auspices of the Florida Edu- I have heard It said that poUticans h a v e the "audacity of 5 and let Tuesday,
hammerhead your presence be felt and your voices be heard on one
cation Association. sharks of the most important Issues of our day.
The purpose of this meeting was to seek additional funds for There is, at least, one who does. Call Earl Carroll at
759-4603 his office 4602
or
drop by
education. The Legislature, sensing the needs for such funds, He was in town this week. NW 7th Avenue and let him know you'll ,
made worthwhile Improvements that 11 felt would have been He toured our Negro community-described himself as"the help.

satisfactory to the teachers and was willing to do more, but Governor who cares' .. and said he came to roust Negroesout .

our Governor Claude Kirk used his power vetoing what was of pool halls and bars and motivate them to get jobs. Congratulations4Thtlmi

done. That polltican trades on human misery for headlines.

There came a threat of sanctions backed by the National That politican exploits a simplistic, false, prejudicial attitude Rimes
Education Association. School Supt. Floyd Christian asked the about Negro unemployment that they are shiftless and
dissolute by nature. that there are jobs to be had but on your 45th Anniversary:
governor to call a special i session to prevent chaos In the they '
do not want them,because they prefer pool halls and barrooms 'THEATRICAL
schools, but the governor refused to do so. .. BEAUTY SALON
-- that If they motivated to
were work -- they would
Supt. Christian also warned the teachers against drastic action pros-
that would violate their contract and Impede the educa- per, and their communities would not be ghettoes 2625 NW 55th Street
That polltican lives in a glasshouse- But throws stones Phones NE 4-9252
tion of more than 1.2 million children.Let : NE 5-2821
He Is called "The Cafe Society" Governor. which Is
us hope that both the Governor and the Legislature will a euphemistic way of saying -- he likes expensive barrooms! Air Conditioned

be able to satisfactorily' settle this matter with the cOOper- I "tremble" for that politican" when I reflect that God Is "We have the permanent you need"Wigs
ation of the teachers or their representatives, so that our Just." & Hair Pieces Sold and Serviced






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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 1, 1967 5 --




i ii i ; To Be Equal EON ,,(LpIstcos I : ; ::1'' : N r lNG: GOES *: L r


BY GWEN CHERRY, CENTER ATTORNEY fj
by Whitney M. Young Jr.EecuUveDlrectorNational. BY GARTH C. REEVES
Vacation time is almost over and students are returning to

I Urban> League school Hence, wa turn our. attention to the rights of students. !
-- -, Students or Juveniles have legal rights. In school suspen- It's f
Everybody's Job
sion 'students, have the' to to
Four years ago, I proposed a Domestic Marshall Plan. a cases right a fair hearing with; the
assistance of an attorney.The rightto attend school
special effort program to bring Negro citizens into the main- free public
stream of American life. I felt that such a massive approach education has been accorded to all children in the United Help Our Young People
involving both government and private Industry and Institutionswas States. This public school system Is set up and directed by
each state. A child cannot be denied this basic right to attend
needed because it was the only way we could reverse the Stay In SchoolUnless
school without
effects of the past 350 y e a r s In which Negroes were syste- public just cause.
matically kept from their fair share of American life. Recently a New York court ruled against the state depart- everybody in this community take some kind of
The precedent for this was the original Marshall Plan of the ment of education. In this case of 16 year old girl, Mary, was Interest, hundreds of our young people.will be leaving school
late 1940's. At that time the United States invested almost $20 taking an examination last January. It was discovered that she this year before completion of their high school education.The .
billion to get war-torn Europe back on its feet. By restoring had a scratch paper filled with notes. Mary was taken to the ill-afforded tragic waste of youth help make up the juvenile -
Europe to economic health we not only prevented Communist principal; she claimed that she had crammed for the exam and delinquency and unemployment stories that are so fla-
takeovers, but also greatly increased our trade,creating Jobs had scribbled down notes during the first half hour of the test grant in our press today.
and prosperity here at home. It was a good investment.A period. The principal refused to believe her. For two hourshe All responsible elements in this community schools,busi-
Domestic Marshall Plan would also be a good investment grilled her until Mary was in tears and near hysteria. He ness, churches, civic and fraternal groups, etc. .. should do '
in our cities and in our people.The original proposal was one finally had Mary write confession:"I cheated. Mary Brown'.' their part in helping to reach the dropout, the potential drop- :'
of the ideas that led to the War on Poverty, but now after four She retracted the next day but it was too late. She was given a out, and the parents of these boys and girls
years, other American leaders are turning to the Marshall zero as a cheater and barred from taking any further exams. IT'S'' EVERYBODYS JOB TO HELP OUR YOUNG PEOPLE
Plan idea for our cities. Vice President Humphrey, congressmen This blocked Mary from admission to college. Mary,with the STAY IN SCHOOL
help of an attorne sued to rever this
y decision. "The court
.
civil rights leaders and others are talking about a Mar
The that it doesn't to
ruled that, the state department of education had denied Mary message pay drop-out of school is
shall plan to end the conditions which caused this summer's
reaching our Nation's
due process of law. It further held that the education depart- youth. ,
riots. ment should have conducted a hearing "at which, she might In 1960, 25 percent of our young people between the ages
The first step in such a program must be jobs. Special mea- 16-24 were dropouts
defend herself with the assistance of counsel.. ;
sures ,must be taken to cure the persistent unemployment in There have existed many inequities in school situations not- In 1966, this figure had been reduced to 18 percent.To .
the A effort is needed to train
workersfor
ghetto. special Negro
prevent our young people from entering the labor forceas
withstanding the fact that Dade County has one of the finest
better paying jobs and insure that Negroes are represented -
school systems in the Country. Students too have rights adults without a high school education, we m u s t make a
In all levels of employment right to the executive suite. as
up "
positive effort to educate all
well as administrators and our youngsters to the folly of
Since training is useless unless there is a job at the end of principals teachers. These rights
dropping out. Some dramatic statistics will
should be respected. They should be enforced help teach them
necessary
by
the line, we need a guaranteed job for every American who "it's smart to stay in school."
an attorney. The wealthy and affluent children
have always had
wants to work. At the present time Industry probably couldn't
and exercised this Studies show that staying in,school until graduation pays-
provide all these jobs. But how can we allow unemploymentwhen priviledge. However, the disadvantaged, off in dollars and cents.
children have
poverty not. Administrators
our schools, hospitals, social services and public insti- think first before and principals will The median income for a high school dropout is about
arbitrarily imposing regulations and rules
tutions are drastically understaffed? So long as our parks and
$1,000 a year less than for a graduate.
the children of of
upon parents with
means >
streets are dirty our mail late and our public services dete- money. .
,
It is $2,000 than
more worker with
a
This year the New York court handed down a landmark decision year only a grade
cannot tolerate
riorating, we unemployment.
school education.
in that all children
stating
suspended by school officials
Large scale housing construction is another vital elementof
have a right to fair hearing with the assistance of counsel. The During his working career, the graduate can expect to
a Domestic Marshall Plan. There are more than 3 1/2 million -
enforcement of children's earn $63,000 more than a person with only an elementary -
dilapidated housing units -- no change since 1950. Here rights by the courts is not to encourage '
is an area where government can cooperate with nomeouuder s misconduct nor to uphold wrongdoing., education. ,, .: .
to organize a national housing Industry which would replace Under the constitution of the United States, children have Youngsters hastening: to quit school should know that youth
these ageing structures with good, low and moderate income been guaranteed these rights the same as adults. They are apart Itself is often a bar to employment.
housing. of this great democracy in which we live, they study in
Education too, needs a top-to-bottom reform.Ghetto schools school our form of government and should be afforded the same Teaching -in-school" must begin with our recognitionand
get the least money and the most Inexperienced teachers. This protection insured each individual under our democractic pro- understanding of the potential dropout.Some of the follow-
pattern has to be reversed, and ghetto schools must be satu- cess. Children in America should live in and be governed by ing are danger signals characteristic of youngsters who would
rated with the expert services their children need. Here too, democratic procedures In the home,school and at play. Demo- quit school for "something better."
'private groups would become Involved in reforming the cracy should be a living and integral part of their everyday Dislike of school, academic failure, poor social adjustment,
schools, since they can probably do as much good as new gov- lives. This is the American way. It would not be fair to raise marriage and pregnancy,feeling of rejection,and conflicts with

ernment programs. them in a n autocratic society as minors and expect them to teacher. ".WII,1
A Marshall Plan would reform the present Inadequate wel- employ and exhibit democratic principles later in life, when Youngsters themselves have" vOlunteered the following as .
fare system with a cheaper and more humane income maintenance they reach adulthood. This would not be realistic reasons for dropping out; Low marks: overage for the gra.de, ,
program like family allowances or a negative Income Now, in juvenile court, all minors or children requesting inability to read well, poor attendance record, low emotionalmaturity
tax. Many other areas like health, transportation, etc., wouldbe the assistance of an attorney will be provided with these ser- and unstable family background.Here .
affected. vices. It will be without cost and the Court will assume the
Basic to the Marshall Plan would be a total ban on discrimi- duty of appointing an attorney to the case. This is a new procedure are some ideas of what can be done in the Stay-in-
nation. It Is designed to be the one time in our history when recently adopted by our court. Each minor taken Into school campaign by various _segments of the community.

America said to its Negro citizens; "This is for you; we want the Court's custody will be reminded of his rights by an officialof
you to get these benefits also." Negro citizens would benefit the Court. These rights include; 1)) The right to remain WHAT CAN BE DONE?
most because they have suffered most in the past, but all silent. 2) The right to have an attorney. 3)) The right to notice
America would reap this harvest of abundance. of charges of delinquency. 4) The right to confrontation and PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Although the annual cost of such a plan would come to less cross examination of adverse witnesses. 5)The right to a
than the $30 billion we are spending on Vietnam, the boost it transcript of the proceedings. 6)) The right of appellate review Make school interesting and more applicable to the indivi-
would give to the economy would be such that it would pay for of the Juvenile Court's decision.IfFS dual needs of disadvantaged youngsters.

itself. lithe income of Negro citizens was equal to that of white Formulate programs to keep in touch with actual dropoutsand
Americans, for example, it would add about $28 billion to the to identify potential dropouts.

nation's Income. Help disadvantaged youngsters find part-time Jobs so they
The Domestic Marshall Plan sounds like a dream,doesn't it? TALK POLITICS can stay in school.
Yet it can become a reality, bringing peace as well as pros-
perity to our land. By NORMAN E. JONES Ask local business and industry to share employment coun-
seling and vocational guidance personnel with the schools.

Phil Ossofcr "Responsible" Negro Leaders Use special events such as Career Days,contests, displays,
and movies to illustrate the value of a high school education.
A Miami minister states place the nation upon which '
that according to his under judgment had been sent." Serve two Masters Notify the Mayor's Council when a youngster has droppedout.
standing of the Scriptures,the Another interesting pro- A letter from the Mayor or a public figure on his council

establishment of the tate of phsey Is .to be found in Isaiah ROBERT GILDER FILLED could pursuade a youngster that his best choice is school.
NAACP
VACUUM IN
TAMPA
Israel and its present controlof 35; 1-2: "The wilderness and ,
the holy city of Jerusalemare the solitary place shall be glad With the successful plea of the NAACP legal staff- then BUSINESS

not a result of God's will, for them; and the desert shall headed by the now Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall,
and that Israel is no longer the rejoice and blossom as the before the Supreme Court outlawing segregation of Public Provide part-time jobs for disadvantaged youngsters who
chosen nation to bring the lightof rose It shall blossom Funded Schools. The Tampa NAACP Office of the State Sec- need them to stay in school.

God's love into the world. abundantly even with Joy and retary Robert Saunders, was constantly beselgedby TV-radio
I can understand his singing; the glory ,of Lebanon and daily newspaper reporters and the wire services on the Urge summer employees to stay in school.
premise of the "chosen shall be gwen unto It, the ex- "Negro" angle of the school segregation issue. Share employment counseling and vocational guidance per-

nation," since the Jews failedto cellency of Carmel and Then followed the marches, demonstrations,sit-ins, Martin sonnel with local schools.

accept Jesus Christ, but I Sharon, they shall see the Luther King moved into the civil rights picture.Then the Black Work with the schools to implement vocational
glory of the Lord and the ex- Muslims and their then vociferous spokesman the late Mal- training pro-
do not see how he can believe grams that will meet the future skill needs of the
that Israel was not destined cellency of our God." colm X, Making the Tampa NAACP Office aneven greater community.Use .

accept Jesus Christ, but I do nerve center for the press. every available means to support the Stay-in-School )
not see how he can believe that This in itself Justifies the Gilder had assumed the presidency of the Tampa Branch and campaign -- talks to youth, mail advertising,billings,and de- I
Israel was not destined to become return of the Jews to the Holy moved into the "spotlight" as the "official" spokesman for liveries.
the homeland of the Jews Land, for since their return, the Negro community in Tampa and became another prolific
in these latter days. The Old the desert has"blossomedlike source of "what the Negro thinks' for the daily press and wire CHURCHES, RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONSAsk

Testament speaks often of the a rose" Visitors are services.He .
return of the "r e m n ant' amazed at the transformation was ready to step into the vacuum caused by the resigna- employers in the congregation or organization to pro-
of their I former selves. In of the barren land found by the tion of Robert Saunders from the NAACP to take a "poverty vide part-time jobs for youngsters who must work to stay in
Jeremiah 23:3 it states that returning "remnant" of God's Job," as so very many NAACP officers and workers have done; school.
God will gather the remnantof chosen people of two thousand To now become the chief spokesman for the daily press, TV,
His flock and bring them years ago.In the centuries that Radio and reporters. The resultant publicity and"recognition' Get the names of dropouts and potential dropouts from school
back to their folds. In 23.8,God this land has been under the in and by the daily press, gave him a status with the white po-officials'' and make personal efforts to persuade them to continue -

says, ". .and they shall dwell control of Arab nations the er structure, far above and beyouid"earned"and "recognized" their education. .
in their own land." desert has neither rejoicednor leadership of the Negro community.He .

In the concordance of my blossomed. It has been left parlayed his "senthetic Negro leadership status into Use every available means sermons,talks to youth groupsand
King James Bible, remnant is in its natural state. It is ap- lucrative "poverty job" but yet clung to his presidency of par e n t s, Sunday School, church publications, bulletin
parent that had the Arabs the local NAACP, a clear case of "conflict of Interest' of ..
described thus; "A surviving con- boards, radio and TV programs t o stress the vital importance -
portion, specifically that por- tinued to control this area,(the the alleged "Negro leader" serving' two masters. When the of education.
tion of Israel which was divinely most holy land in the world,) choice comes between the "people he Is supposed to lead' -

preserved to form a renewed prophesy, which is basically and the "man/ who lays that "heavy bread/ you know who Sponsor a Stay-in School campaign within the congregationor
Israel one which re- God's word, would be fulfilled i gets the nod. organization.




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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September l, 1967


HAWAIIAN SIP LABOR DAY DANCE rrrrrrerrrrrrrrrrr11rrrrrrrrrrr nr

E

You are cordially invited,on The Diplomat Civic Club

behalf of our ,Womsn'Day' at. will sponsor a Pre Labor FOCUS 1

h Bethel Apostolic Temple, to a Dance, Saturday, September HEIGHTS

Hawaiian Sip Sunday Septem-, from 10.00p.m.2.00a.m: ,

ber 10, from 4pm.until 6pm. at the Miami Community Po-

Florida Fling In Ellzabethtown,N. C. enjoying the mountainsare at the home of sister Dorothy lice Benevolent Association MIHHimUIHIIIIMIMIHIIIIII ._

the Charles (Mary Lou) Nlxons.. Smoth, 3045 NW 49thSt., Mrs.' Hall, 4343 NW 17thAve. Music By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross m

Connie Dlllard went home,to Havana to help her mother feack .Irene Brown speaker. ,i \ by Billy Rollls orchestra

for their trip. Mom, Mrs. Lecie and daughter toured the Jfew :Dpf f is; AWns is pastor1' and1) ," > ; l i t September brings many changes, but the most prominent is

England States Sister Ivadell McCoy sponsor. the return of students to campuses across the nation, the state,

It was a second honeymoon for theThomasRowenaSuttons) the city, and yes, even across the street.

when they Jetted to Nassau last week end. For the second time since the column's inception, and the

Houseguesting with the Raymond Heasties r e c e n 11 y were OPERATION SAFEWALKSome last time as your columnist, I'd like to focus attention on local -

Mrs. Mervin Russell and daughter, Eula of Nassau. students (Howard-perrine-Richmond Heights) who'll be
22,000 first graders in Dade County will be going to for the first time this fall Below is a roll
Allen and Frances Bain and daughter, Nica did a bit of jet- entering colleges
ting (via Delta) to Atlanta, New Orleans and then to Jamaica. school for the first time Tuesday, September 5. Many will be call of these students and their respective colleges;

taking the walk under umbrellas The umbrellas the College at Daytona Beach Carrie
,(Montego Bay) The Bains were guests at Casa Montego. Bethune-Cookman
Here from Hartford, Connecticut are Mr. and Mrs. N. C. badge for Dade County's Fourth Annual Operation Safewalk, Frierson; Dillard University, New Orleans- Sonya Daniels;

(Aida) McLean, who are visiting their nieces and nephews, the program aimed at the first graders who will be walking or rid- Fisk University Nashville Joycelyn Gray, Thomaslna
ing to school for the first time Tuesday. Operation Safewalkis A&M University Tallahassee Elizabeth
Dennis', Smileys and Suttons. White; Florida ,
ottilie Parker Prather of Cuthbert, Georgia and daughter sponsored by the Dade County Citizens Safety Council of Coleman, Barbara Faison, and Ernest West; Florida Atlantic

Gracita have returned from an extended tour of New York,New Parent-Teacher Associations. University, Boca Raton-Columbus Brown; Florida State Uni-
It ask parents to walk their children to school or bus stop
Jersey and Pennsylvania. versity, Tallahassee Rose Jones; Hampton University,

Gloria Potter of Dothan, Alabama the houseguest of her after registration and during the first week of classes. Each Hampton Susan Shedd; Howard University, Washington....
cousin parent is asked to carry an open umbrella to draw attentionto Ross and
Gwendolyn Pamela
Betty Smiley.Antoinette Twila Hargrove, Josephine King, ,
the project.DRIVE WITH CARE. WE LOVE OUR CHILDREN
Wilcox, Eleanor Stubbs, Lucille and Hartmen

Morely were part of the host of Miamians who jetted to Nassau Congratulations to two new principals; Mrs.Andel Mlckins, Young; Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte Elsie King;

for a vacation. R. R. Moton Elementary and Mrs.Laura Saunders, A. L. Lewis Livingston College, Livingston-Charles Dexter; Lincoln University -

Congratulations to Marguerite Rayford who earned her Masters Elementary. at Lincoln Pamela Brown; Miracle Valley Semi-

at Indiana University's summer session.A PRAYER FOR TEACHERSGive nary, Tuscon Daniel Hall; Prarie View College, Prarie

seventeen day vacation with a foreign flavor(Nassau) was View-Jewel Armstrong;Shaw University at Raleigh Frank

the reason the Ernest Johnson clan was absent from theirhome. us the power to adapt ourselves to the still immaturity Rufus Trope and Leroy Young; St.Augustine College Raleigh,

His wife, Mary, the three children, Teresa, Van, and of our pupils; To encourage their splendid youthful energies; N. Carolina Ruth Taylor; University of Illinois, Champaign
To understand their defects To endure their restlessness To
Ernestine are waiting for the school bells to ring. ; ; Leonard Green; University of Miami,Coral Gables Mildred -
make ourselves as little children without giving due au-
Get well wishes to Sally Collins, Inell Hunter and Thelma J. up Hall; University of Tennessee, Knoxville- Mary Kate
thority Thus imitating Thee Dear Lord who didst make Thyself -
McDonald atCedars;Agnes Jarrett Clarke and Nathaniel Youngat ; Curry; Miami Dade Junior College, Miami-VervertAnder-
as one of us without abandonding the lofty throne of Thy
Jackson.If .
divine son, Wayne Anderson, Sandra Atkins, Lawrence Brown, Eloise
majesty.
you are interested in arrangements for all occasions Coles, Mattie Coley, Betty Jo Dukes, Deborah Grimes, Wilma

(natural and artifical) stop by the Artistic Floral shop 1551 Author unknown Fuller, Harold Hankerson, Thomas Harrington, Leroy Henry,
Tooks of
Mattie D
Mrs. M. Washington, C.spent an enjoy-
NW 62nd Street Mrs. Mable Bodie and Mrs. Dora Williams Holmes Hudson Jesse Jones Mary Jones
Dorothy Eugene ,
able four weeks here with her children, Leon and Jacquelyn.She .
will be sure to please you. Barbara Leonard Thomas McCullum Eric Miller Harold
,
,
is now enroute back to D. C. via Macon, Georgia with her
For the Old-timers. Did you wonder what has happened to Randall, Mary Richardson, La Gloria Roberts,Geraldine.ob-
grandson Gregory A.Tooks.
Julian Bragg His brother, Ulysses reports he's at Manteno, inson, Belinda Simpson, MiryTolbert, William Turner,Arthur
Mr. Edward Braynon sent his wife(May Dell)and tour grand-
Illinois State Hospital, Cottage Wines Manteno Illinois and Waters Earlean Williamson and Michael
Washington, Diane ,
enjoying good health. children(Edward III, Keith Harold, Jr.and Lisa Gibson) to
Florence and Birmingham Alabama to visit relatives. Their Wooten.
Bernice Morrow is attending the American Correctionists Attending the 54th Kappa Alpha Psi Conclave at St. Louis,
and his wife Hazel drove to
son, Harold Brayon up bring them
Association at the Americana. home. Missouri, highlighted Mrs. Herbert Amipons' (Edna) recent

Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Unit No. 39 has two-week her husband and
vacation. Accompanied by sons
Dr. Hubert Manning, president of Claflln College, and his
designated September as New-Comers month. All wives, sis- (Herbert and Collyer) she had a chance to reminisce with a
wife, the former Ethel Braynon were here for a few days visi-
ters mothers grandmothers and daughters of D. V. are askedto
,
ting with their relatives.Mr. former college classmate while In the city. The family also
contact the adjutant at 691-5978 for an application. All delinquent friends in and
visited relatives and Laurel Forest Mississippi
John Souter of N.W. 76th St., has returned to the city ;
members are asked to renew their memberships this
and Memphis Tennessee.
after an enjoyable vacation in North Florida. ,

month. Mrs. Cora Kennedy of North Florida is enjoying the sights Showplace lawn for the month of August is located at the
Miami Deanery Director,Cathy Bell announces, Presidents'Council home of Wooten at 14680 Filmore Aided
Mrs. Miry Street.
,
here. She is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn)
at St. Phillip's Church, Coral Gables, ThursdayS- her Michael and and Gloria Mrs.
by sons Daryl, daughter ,
Souter of NW 76th St and Mr. and Mrs. Rayming of NW 88th
tember 7th. at 10 a.m.1fyou cannot attend, please send a rep Street Wooten keeps the lawn well manicured.
:
'resen
ative.t ,Kick off the fall social season by attending "PreLaborDay
Houseguesting with relatives are Inez Johnson and four lit-
"t ;THOUGHT FOR PARENTS: The place for a child to learn Dance" on Saturday, September 2, at Cutler,Ridge Civic
tle Johnsons Peter Byron Andrew and Veronica of Nassau.
'rESpect for authority is at home. The time to learn it is from ,
Center. Hosted by the Richmond Civic and
Henry Goa of 56th. Street were among those who received League Young Men'sClub
the start. The ones to help him learn are Mother and Dad. the dance begins at 8
Masters' degrees at FAMU summer session. p.m.
With respect for authority established right in the everyday Mrs. Sylvester Dallas and her mother Mrs. Lillie Coleman
-
home living a child has a good foundation for looking with respect Here from Winter Park, is A1 lie Parrish, a student at of Palatka are bound for Fort Sill Oklahoma
where
,
,
Michigan State, who is the niece of Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
on authority in general with an understanding of the they'll, attend the graduation activities for Wesley Sylvester

necessity for It. It is hoped that authority under which anyI I Colston. Dallas. Wesley, who has been in Officer Candidate School for

child would live would be the kind that merits respect. It shouldbe Mr. and Mrs. LeonardBillye( Thompson) Ivy and daughters, the past year, will receive the rank of Second Lieutenant in

reasonable and fair, and administered with kindness, love Tanya and Juanna spent two delightful weeks touring the east- the United States Army. Following graduation, he'11 return to

and consideration.A ern part of the states. In New York they visited their cousins, Miami
(11510 142nd Street
S. W. ) for a three-week leave, before -
party of Miamians I enjoying the sights and sounds of Herman and Beverly Dor sett. They also spent a few days tak- being stationed in Frankfort, Germany. After serving as

Nassau last week were Flossie Mae Mack, her son, Rudy, his ing in the sights I of Expo'67 in Montreal, Canada. The Ivy President of the Class of '66 at Mays High School,'Officer

wife, Mildred with their sons, Rudy Jr. and Derreck. Marie family report a wonderfully exciting vacation. Dallas enlisted in the Army and received his basic trainingat

Wareham, friends of the Macks completed the group. Marie Spending two weeks visiting their families in Miami are Mr. Fort
Benny, Georgia. Leadership training at Fort Knox
was the houseguest of Frederick Cooper. The Macks, Blue and Mrs. Herman: W. Dorsett (Beverly Clarke), Herman is the Kentucky, proceeded his studies at Fort Sill. ,
Marlin Inn.Captain son of Mr. and Mrs. Wlntred Dorsett of Brownsville and
; Tea by candlelight will set the mood for a "Sermon In Prayer -
Lucius V. Reeves of 5001 NW 12th Avenue, has been Beverly is the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Clarke of Liberty City. and
Song" on Sunday evening September 1 at Bethel
Baptist
assigned, an assistant professor of Military Science at West The Dorsetts will spend 4 days soaking in the sun at the Nassau Church. As ,
Mrs. Dorothy Harris gives the narration a
Virginia State College. The four year Army veteran recently beaches. Mr. Dorsett, currently on leave from the faculty of cast of youngsters will depict the "Lord's in skit,

completed a tour of duty in Vietnam with the 101st Airborne. Miami-Dade Junior College, is a doctoral candidate at Columbia form, and the choir will sing religious numbers.Prayer'Mrs. Mollle
Division. University in New York.With their
Congratulations! daughter,Averill Lynne
Watson, a chalk artist and first lady,of Perrine's First Bap-
Mahalia (Kit) they will leave for New York
Gospel Singer Jackson was ordered hospitalizedWest on September 10th. tist Church, will illustrate the
( Berlin) and advised to call off a European concert tour Mrs. Eva (Holly) Hall of E1 iz a b e t h,New Jersey and New paper. "Sermon.1o Prayer' and Song'on

to avoid the possibility of a heart attack. York is visiting relatives 'in Miami Mrs. Hall, a former
For further information, call Mrs. Ossie Williams at CE 8-
Bahamas Premier Lynden Pindling made brief stopover in Miamian, is the mother of Harvey (O'TooleHallof New York 4478. Mrs. Williams Is of
the
president
Miami Friday on way to Los Angeles where he will receivethe and Harold (Hoople) Hall of Miami. Mrs.Hall reports a delightful the sponsoring organization. Home Mission Society,

1967 LoveJoy award of the Improved Benevolent Protec- stay inMiaml. -,-

tive Order of Elks of the World.A Cynthia Bethel is back from an enjoyable vacation in Jack-
,I'd like to take this opportunity to intro.
unique sound in religious music was offered to Miamianslast sonville, Atlanta and Washington, D. C. duce to
you, new columnist Pricilla
weekend when the Virgin Islands Steel Drum Band from Photographer Frank ,Johnson received a nice letter from Redding. your' ,

St. Thomas presented four concerts in Miami.The 15-member Coral Gables Police Chief W. G. Kimbrough for writing a let- A junior at Miami Killian

group stopped here on its way to the 62nd annual world-wide ter commending Officer James F. MoMlllion who went out of Pricilla is High SChool

General Assembly of the Church of God of Prophecy in Cleve- his way while off duty to help Johnson. presently serving as managing
editor of the Kllllan
yearbook, i
land, Tennessee.On Mrs. Thelma Burnside Olander of Nassau, and her son Her-

July 12 Hazel Davis Jetter to Ranpoul, Illinois with her bertare houseguest of Mrs. Lucia Edden and Annette Love, aunt Her past journalistic experiences include
co-editing the Killian
son, Captain Jerry Davis :and his wife! (Alva Smith) and her and cousin at 320 NW 15th St., Miami. Newspaper, TheGreen
and Gold in her
sophomore and
grandchildren After four weeks it was on to Chicago for a re- year
Editing Richmond Junior PRISCILLA
union with some of her school chums. Mrs.Davis returned to Hlgh'sTorch.
the city on Sunday. Exotic Fashions Wig Salon Pricilla, who is the daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Willie L. Redding
(Eddie), is an active member of Second Baptist Church.
Lawson Brown and
wife, Alice are here from New York City
visiting his cousin, Joe andCora Brown of Opa-locka. Alice is SPECIALS ON SALES SERVICE CE To 5-4465.have news items entered in the column, call Pricilla at

the owner of Alice's Beauty Salon, 138 Street and 8th Avenue. WIGLETS WIGS FALLS

Lawson is employed by Consolidated Edison. ALL 100% HUMAN HAIR

Rosa Lee Harris zipped over to Nassau for a 21-day holi u_ __ u I


day.Mr.. and Mrs. Leroy N. Thompson and children, Leanardo WlgUts, Wigs, Falls WIG SERVICE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

and Byron, are visiting his mother Mrs. Clara L. Thompsonat 50% Off and Cut, Shampoo & Set. I
STEREO
45 NW 48th Street. $7.50Shampoo RADIO TAPE RECORDER

Joey Clements spent Ms vacation in Los Angeles. INSTANT CREDIT
& Set (Spec.)
Daniel friends.S. Rolle is down from New York visiting relativesand TERMS TO ALLI $5.50Wiglet VET TV


,Sam Wilson and mother Mrs. Ira Wilson, along with Mrs. CALL 625-0441 Shampoo TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

Hardy Jackson and Mrs. Beatrice Monroe,spent their vaca- FOR PICK-UP DELIVERY $2.50

tion in Freeport and Nassau. 379-7735

Mr and Mrs. Columbus Stafford (Patricia) are the proud. 15980 NW 21 AVENUE, PH.. 625-0441

parents of a seven week old girl, Cynthia. 846 NW 2ND
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Houseguesting with Rev. and Mrs. Wilfred Glass are Mrs.
Cloud Monday____
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LINE-O.TYPE Earl Carroll Insurance
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The late Dr Robert Ford and 1s
Liberty City elementary school principal I Miry Ford-
Williams' son Jimmy Ford and Hesterlne Agency of Fla., Inc.
Pit t man, daughter of Poinciana parkele-
mentary school principal Elizabeth Nash- 4602 NW 7th AVENUE 759-4603
Pittman are headed towards the altar. .
Hi-Hat Barber Shop tonsorial artist Rozzie
Franklin back to work and shearing locks r
after Baptist Hospital surgery .Jim
NEW COURSE OFFERED AT
Lvnch's wife Lessie home to Georgia to be .
at the bedside of her ailing mother Clonzer SUNLIGHT
? George Lane and The Elements at Cafe Become a Beauty Sptcalist. Takes only a short
Society I time to become one. Be a Specialist in any salon.
t Dr. Elmer A, Ward (Economy
Drug founder and civic leader)In Featuring wig' care, shampoos, manicures and
Mercy Hospital Gal with pedicures. Facials and ,
make-up.
the shapliest gams in town, with a pretty face to match Mrs.
Joseph,(Shirley) Young of Opa-locka, What a beaut! ENROLL TODAY IN THE SHORT
COURSE

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Itemed here a week previous to be B-CC Grad is Immigration CALL: FR 49998Or
desperately ill in his hometown of Palmetto,Heyward Hadley, Write
grand old man of the Hadley Clan, passed in Palmetto during Employee Here SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY
the past week, Burial expected sometime this weekend. Wire 1113 NW 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida
regrets ,Wanna stiff argument about who has the cutest and M-s. Kathryn Dawkins, a worked in the Medical Records
smartest set of twin daughters in town? Just try to convince'Bob native of ForestCity, Florida, and Research Department of
Bozeman otherwise, and you'd be in for an ear-buster is employed as a dictaphone the 'Veterans Administration
Miami Times sports purveyor Leo Armbrister was among machine transcriber in the Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio.
those Eastern Air Lines employees honored for 25 years of Travel Control Branch of the Her main duties consisted of Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
service. They were cited with certificates and celebration at Miami District Office of the diagnostic and operative cod-
one of Miami B e a c h's swank hosteleries for families and United States Immigration and ing for medical i statistical "MR. JACK"
friends Wally Futch headlines the Cadillac Lounge's show Naturalization Service. Her purposes, She was also responsible -
FOR
bill work involves various types of for qualitative and
SALT WATER TAFFY:Dinning I at To by's Marian Davis, applications benefits under quantitative studies of medical STYLES FOR ALL AGES
Dorothy Love; Alkln Hepburn, Frances McNeal, Sue Francis, the Immigration laws, such as care rendered to veterans and The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
Linten Berrien, James KlrnesQuentinNorthBoArnold, ,adjustment status> ,re-entry ,their beneficiaries., SILK MOHAIR, SUITS -, HATS
Breeze Browni, MlrianAllen, Lucius Jackson Rosalind Bethel, ,permits t extensions of stay A long cherished desire to ITALIAN SHOES
Bonnie Hepburn, Marguerite Rayford, Frank Woodard, Evelyn and visa petitions.She return to her home state to
Wynn, Gussie Ervin, the Cleaophas Osgoods ,Cruising received her formal live came to fruition when 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA
personal cruisers: Police Sergeant Jesse Nash, Oliver Guion, education in Florida.She com- Mrs. Alexander Dawkins, I
George Golden. .. Those 15 Boy Scouts visiting here last week pleted high school in DeLand, moved to Fort Lauderdale the
from South America ended their five-day jamboree last Fri- and in 1951 graduated from early part of this year. Soon
day by checking out of Sir John Hotel. Chaperoned by Scout Bet h u n e-Cookman College, thereafter, she began her employment NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
Leader Humphrey Elstak, the handsome youths headed for Daytona Beach where she was with the Immigrationand \
Jamaica, then on to Aruba and Curacao in the Netherlands Antilles awarded a Bachelor of Arts Naturalization Service.She NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
prior to homa at Suriname in Dutch Guiana. degree. enjoys her work and findsit COOKS BUSBQYS
Mrs. Dawkins has had rather both worthwhile and reward- DISHWASHER*uuv it "r'b ,1 PORTERS

THE WEEK'S WASH: Shifting In 2nd gear: Myrtle Bullard extensive experience in ing. GAS STATION Dg RS 1
from Dunbar elementary Headstart Supervisor to Dorsey jun- hospitals l operated by the Ms, Dawkins has one child, HOTEL & HOME AIDSLIVE IN MAID SAl
ior high as Director of Teachers Corps Alice Reed natal United States Government. a son, who is in his senior year
holiday August 26 Shirley Rolle's Nassau vacation ended After graduation from collegeshe atCheyney State College, Employment ServiceOver
after six weeks Bob and Hazel Gabriel celebrated their moved to Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvaniawhere 20 Years Service In Miami
20th wedding anniversary August 31.:.. Trumpeter Earl Fin- Pennsylvania where she work- he is majoring in social
714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
ley (paralyzed to a wheelchair after bullet wounds felled him ed in the Administration Sec- studies. She hopes that he,too, -
last November) is not expected to teach again. A spine punc- tion of the U, S.Naval Hospitalfor will take up residence in 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382
ture sent him back to Jackson Memorial for added surgery twelve years. She later Florida when, he graduates.
Mrs. Maud Cole house-warming her new home last Sabbath ---
4. Second Avenue Strollers: James Smith, Wiser Bell,
Earl Lightburn, Mickey Mobley,the Williams Brothers Arnold ??When I take a case, I thoroughly :....::; ';:i '" ; r.

and Earl. study the background ,'": ,,' -; (,;,?, 1",,, (, :! '
THE GUTTER GAZETTE:Shirley Donovan of Shirley's Gro- 'r,':"; .{''\, ', '
cery avers that the gazettes and gossip peddlers billboardedher Events happening before ,, : '
Nassau hop a little too prematurely--an embarrassmentshe years f. "r t.. ,,:. :; .,,! s ti1"; .. I
just had to make good.So,we'll tell you here that Robert's can win a day in court. ,
lovely squaw planed out Monday for Pindling's Paradise 'V(,.'>r 4 .. 'l:y')I... '
Miami Times Justowriter Essie Collins and Bernard Briggsare
ASCLOSEASTHIS And this weekly tab's mechanical ?? Maybe that's why I pickedGordon's '
staffer Joe Adderley back from his vacation visitations In

Washington, D. C., Atlantic City and other New Jersey'coastal London Dry Gin. i ,,: .,,;f,' : .
cities Troy Perkins, billed as another "Mr,Soul" (and I
I'm just about fed up with this Soul bit) featured at Joe's Black Good English background '

on local motel'pool 'Pool for : .
only'Magic--Lounge who, me? Sign : guest Dry the way I like it.99 '

Charles E. Lloyd. Attorney Advisor to the Slauson-Washington,
STUFF AND SUCH: The r e' s a Stanley Sweeting cocktail Coordinating Council. Counsel for The Bank of Finance. Advisor to Operation
served 'at'Bill Harris' 'out-of-this-world' Satellite Lounge.'contentst Bootstrap is one of the most successful young lawyers in the Southwest

Scotch-bn-the-rocks with a twist-o-lemon-one drink a, 1
makes.yOU:wanna gossip. Former Mia m Ian Danny Rolle, a
research instructor at Columbia University in Manhattan,left fs y S
town Tuesday on a return trip to New York City after visitinghis $
mother Catherine Rolle, here ..aiy DTP Y
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CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Nassau calypso band leader .
Martin Conliff Jr's(he's pianist for the Montagu Hotel's group)
poppa, M.lrtin Conliff Sr., (he pilots a Nassau fringed-top sur- ,
rey) over for eye surgery. Mr C.Sr now sports a white patch Y I
over his left orb since he had a cataract lifted. The Nassau- \ <+ k
vian was church guest of John Henry Johnson at Opa-locka's
Transfiguaration last Sabbath Neville Doctor's daughter
Audrey Dxtor-Johnson, a cardiograph technician in NYC,. F 7
down for fun and frolic in Miami and Nassau. Brother Prince '
Michael Doctor, recent recipient bachelor of science degree,
off to Howard University for pediatrics former Pittsburgh ;
Courier Florida editor and news chronicler John A. Diaz 1 5 A
Miami Beach guest from Philly. With a couple of months stay,
in sand and surf, the prolific writer and National mig: researcher
could be the answer to Ml m-Metro News Bureau's
Larry Batchlar-vacancy. .Ending five-day visit in Nassau
the Henry (Mildred) MKinneys and kiddies were accompanied;
by sister Marie Kelly-Miller on a'four-trek enroute to Har-
lem to visit their brothers Charles and Ronald Kelly A stop- DlsTlllD
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tour That's it brother, from your one-mm-newspaper, GIN
who knows everybody and everybody's racket, but who wants Gordon$ Gin created in London. England in 1769.
I to brag; One of the finest and nicest persons I know is j pert It"s the biggest seller m England.Americt and the world, v-,..Y s
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Evelyn Typos Heads Dora's


,. td[ tf 1 Kiddie

a Dora's Kiddie C 0 11 e g e of (
2450 NW 160th St., which was ,I II I
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Mrs Dora Rhodes Is now under ,
A Atvj the supervision of Mrs. eL i(
f BY DAVE BONDU Evelyn Tynes of the Easy ,

----.-..... Method School of Charm. \

The golf tournament is over, and the town has settled backto During the early years of .
normal. Lee Elder beautifully defended his title as Champion ., Dora's Kiddie College, Mrs.
of the Pros; Tom Weston retained his title as championof Tynes was employed as an in 1
the Men's Senior Division and Mrs. Ethel Funches is still structor Mrs. Brenda Tynes
champion of the Women's Senior Division. Mrs. Punches pick who is majoring in Education,
ed a new title 1 this will assist Mrs. Tynes in the
up year as champion of the women's! division
Also, Mrs. Ann Gregory was not here to defend herself, instructional and play areas.
but Mrs. Funches did a good job. The Par and Birdie Club took Learning-play time for tots
quite a number of honors. Our own James Everett took championship will begin September 5,at 700;
of the men's division, and his trophy was so large it a.m. The beginning age is two ,.,
took four men to hold it, He also won the low medalist trophy. and a half.Please 7381. Registration is in ses-
Jimmie Jones,and Frank Duboise took trophies in their nights, contact Mrs. Evelyn sion presently. Enroll today.
and them Bon d u''s came out with "his and hers" in the low Tynes at the following phone Enroll at Dora's Kiddie College
medalists and first place in the Scotch foursome tournament, Ti t number, 621-0470 and/or 621- .
and Mayme won first place in her night. It was a good tournament
and Mayme won first place in her flight. It was a good
well run .and the visitors enjoyed our city. The attendance
was not as large as was expected, but it was a good one. Back to School SpecialSEWING
Falstaff Brewery was the sponsor of this tourney, and Rep
MACHINE REPAIR SPECIALIn
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Allen MClellar and Greg Howard were well in attendance for '
all affairs. We took off and went to Atlanta after tournament, Your Home
and had a ball. Played golf courses along the way, as usual, Cleaned & Oiled
and Atlanta has grown so we got lost in our own home Adjust Tensions Total Cost
town. More to come on this. *Free Needle & Belt All Makes 9 9 I
Sharon Betty MarriedTo *Check all Wiring' & Models
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Wilhemenia YoungNewYorkCity *1 Year Guarantee

) Fernley MurrayMiss
BROWARD, CALL COLLECT 661-7609
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Robert Seldon (won money in Sharon Ann Betty, Mia i m I. He is speech and
the pro division) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. drama teacher at Miami
James McCabe Betty of Indianapolis Northwestern Senior High.
VIP OF THE WEEK: Arlice Keen (Kay's Travel Bureau) Ind. was recently
married to Fernley Aubrey The couple honeymooned in AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
I hope that you read the article in the Herald on Sunday, by Murray, son of Mrs. Emerald Mickinac Island, Mich., and
Jean Wardlow, on "No eyes to see, but they 'can do'.' It is a Murray and the late Harold Canada and is now residing in SR-22 Fi lingDon't
very humane story on blind teen-agers at the Goodwill indus Murray of Miami.. The double the Miami area.
b. fooled by low down payment for opplicoltoni
tries who are learning to do jobs and ad just to blindness. These ring ceremony was held in Guests attending the wed- which do not give you Insurance coverage.. W. have
young people support themselves at jobs such as elevator op- Barnes Methodist Church and been In business for two generation and take pride
erator, shirt presser, order taker by phone (with typing out officiated by pastor N. H. Hol- ding included Mrs. Emerald In servicing our customer with honest explanations
Mr. and honest Insure with
Murray, Mrs. Earl and answers. W. you companiesthat
orders). They are paid while learning and are then placed on loway Murray and family Mr. and give you the lowest possible rates.
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jobs. If a blind youth can do this, it should give some of our LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTSD.
young folk\with all of their faculties an incentive to get out and The organist for the cere- Mrs. Alphonsa Murray and GOODMAN & SONS
family, Mrs. Lorraine Miller
find jobs and"be somebody." The opportunity is there, but we mony was MarjorieAbernan- 2688 NW 62n ST.
thy and the soloist was Valdez and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth OX .1.0380.... ...
would rather sit and complain that there is nothing to do. We ,'
would rather sit and say that we cannot get out of our "rut' Murray, sister of the groom. Murray. ;
that nobody cares what happens to us if we can get over The bride's gown was of -- .....
this defeatist attitude and get out and make a place for our- p e a u de sole candlelight in

selves in society we would be much better off. Remember, no Dior color sleeves with a and scoop fitted neckline bodice, Corbett Heads Omega Psi Phi FratBoston j
one is going to hand you a thing on a silver platter. You have
to go get it.It is there,but you have to take the first step. You with lace. The bell-shaped
would be surprised how many people are out there in this big ski r j and detachable chapel Miss. Ellis F. N. Y., who is also 1 a native Oracle.
world who would like to help you help yourself. Try it and see. train-were also decorated in i Corbett, director public relations North Carolinian.
lace. Tiny seed pearls and sequins A & T State University, James S. Avery Plainfield The meet began August 13
scattered through the Greensboro, at the final ses- N. J., was elected 1st and went into every phase of
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Jockey Jack and wife,Sadye, bodice, skirt and train The sion of the 51st annual con- Vice-Grand Basileus; Lincoln the life of the organization,
were in town for a few hours the other day. We had a ball sit- bride carried a cascade of clave of the Omega Psi Phi Scott 2nd Vice; Jesse B. Blay- with emphasis on the under-
white rose buds. Fraternity here August 17 ton Sr. Atlanta, the prennial graduate chapters. It was definitely
ting for hours looking at old pictures(movie and still) of old ,
friends and folks in Miami. Talking about feeling ancient ? ? ? was installed as Grand Basi- Keeper of Finance, was returned decided that the mem-
The matron of honor, Mrs. leus of the 25,000-member or- to office W. C. Pruitt, bers, on the campuses of the
They really look good tho' .. .Jim Keene is basking in the sun ;
and sand in Nassau on his vacation.He writes that he is enjoy Fred D, McCoy Jr., wore a ganization. He succeeded Oklahoma City, Okla., was reelected colleges, would be the prime

ing himself to the highest Approximately 35 young men and mint\ carried green,a silk bouquet linen of gown pink, George E, Meares, Brooklyn, Editor-in-Chief of the objective of the fraternity.

from the EOPI program acted as caddies for the UGA Tourna- carnations.

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the next one Clyde Killens Night in Nassau was the huge .
or. She also wore a mint green I m
success it always is. In fact, it was a gasser Folks are gown of silk linen and carrieda i.!.' ,HAPPY 45TH ANNIVERSARY' ....
already asking when is the next one. Tobys was full of,golf carnations.!jii ,
bouquet ;of pink Mr. and 'Mr. Harry Markowitt and employees of the Hampton
didn'tbelieve that food couldbe that and
good
ers daily. They ,
Toni Adams and David i House Motel Villas ii
still be so inexpensive. You should have heard them comparing 1 j wish to congratulate The Miami Times 1
prices with their home town B. J. Gillford had,a slight Murray, nephew and of the groom bearer ::;::: >/ .for its outstanding contributions to the community. ::::
ring
were flowergirl
heart attack, but is recuperating nicely. Hurry and get out of respectively. I : Iii

there, we're pulling for you Loretta Moore has joined the :: CELEBRATE : ii1I
Marvells, again.They aret:currently playing Philadelphia Good; The best man was Dr. War- THE
luck girls, whom we believe will go a long way Our thanks' ren R. Betty, brother of the
to those local folks who attended the UGA Trpphy Ball at the bride, from New York City'I- JI
Knight Beat on Friday night. It was encouraging to the visitorsto Ushers at the ,ceremonywere Labor Day Weekend
know you were interested in their accomplishments. They Anthony Reynolds, Dr.
were dressed for the occasion, with several lovely long gowns Leonard Lawrence, both of Indianapolis
among the ladies Willie West up and out of the hospitaland and Fred Stewardof \!Q IN OUR INTIMENT LOUNGE. Ii
: doing fine, after his operation for a shoulder separation. Bloomington, Ind.
Seems he will only be out of the game for half a season. Only The best man, ushers and
? ? ? But we are happy that it is not for the whole season. We groom are all brothers of 1 P Dancing Entertainment 1111.
need him on the Dolphins team. Did you see Sidney Poitier Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.The I
and Rod Steiger in "Heat of the Night? Please don't miss it. .... )
It is a darned good picture. That's it for this week. Till reception was held in IT 4 Big' Days! Fri-Sat-Sun/ Mon II
the next one LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE( OF the Holcomb' Garden House on 'i 3
IT, AND TO MAKE THE WHOLE WORLDSMILE. EVERY- the Butler University Campus ,
BODY SAY "Peace." with orchestration by Lannie m : ENTERTAINMENT BY ;

Hostesses Hartley: Miss for Judy and the Austermiller his receptionwere combo. il I Chas. Austin His Quartet. .1

of New York City, Mrs. Pat
I Myers Brown of Indianapolis, .., .
ChtttnpicII Miss Alice Congress of Chi I } NO. ADMISSION NO COVER NO BEVERAGE MINIMUM

cago, Miss Phyllis Hyatt of Indianapolis .
RADIO & TV REPAIR and Mrs. Barbara .J ue5iv Drop ''n and enjoy yourself with old and new! friends 1 1
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SERVICE CALL $3.00 Lawrence of Indianapolis.The ,
bride attended Indiana 1:|[ Jf HAMPTON ;:i

1488 N.W. 62nd St. University, New School of So- .* Ii

University.The cial Research. and New York i! \ HOUSE MOTEL and VILLAS i

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1L; GARTH C. REEVES, MY WARMEST CONGRATULATIONS ON THE 45th r.
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 1, 1967 11

Whitney Young Warns Media To "Be fair And Aggressive" ':

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Portland, Ore. "At this in employment by them sets a cooperation."It only obstruct desirable co- vision license now in the hand locations. A case in point is the
time of mounting soclalcrlsis, conspicuous example of unfairness is essential that programming operative action in local and of Negro ownership, Inasmuchas current application of the Re-
a crisis both urban and racial, which undermines which leads to increased national situations, must be there are only five radio porter Broadcasting Company -
it is incumbent upon all ele- established national policies. dialogue between avoided at all costs. stations in the entire country Inc., in the Bay Area of
ments of the communications "All the media must main- members of minority groups "In addition,if the urban and under Negro ownership, and San Francisco, for the last re-
media,and upon the Federal tain and promote a high levelof and the wider community be racial problems besetting this given the importance of Negro maining channel in that area \j
Communications Commissionto balance in their reportingand stepped up. Programs which nation are ever to be satisfactorily ownership and management in "Finally, the influence of
recognize the full range of programming.It is no ser- deepen perception of the be- resolved, Negroes must this vital area of affairs, it the media is the measure of
their responsibilities," Whit- vice to the nation, or its peo- liefs, fears and motivations be given a stake in the system would seem necessary and desirable their importance to the nation. .
ney M, Young, Jr., executive ple, to project violence and which underlie the behavior of through participation in ownership when and as channelsand All the media must be certain .
director, National Urban Lea- conflict to the exclusion of less both white and minority view- stations become avaiable, that they discharge their responsibilities 'I
gue, said today. vivid, but far more meaningful ers are critical to preventingthe "The FCC has a special responsibility for the FCC to take the obvious on a level equalto
developments and events polarization viewpoints. here. Given the social factors and costs into their almost incalcuable
"It is the responsibility of reflecting social progress and Such polarization, which can. complete absence of any tele- consideration in making its al- fluence."
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and media Mr.Interpreting Young create said.the the vital reporting news images-, the Does Coca -cola have the taste

visual, audial and in the printed '.. ,..
word-which. shape our
thinking and play a large partin
molding the aggregate de- you never get tired of ?
cisions we make in all areas \ :". .
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to educate and,reporting inform and in order en-- f"
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lighten American citizens In always refreshing .
depth in all the areas ofsocial
issue confronting every
American community.

"The media must developfar

regard more to aggressive equal employmentin policiesin Do things better with Coke

all phases of their opera- go .
tions and the Federal Com- .1111

ro.inications: exercise Commissionmust a more rigorous after Coke after Coke ?

its policing policy in functions regard Any to M .:. N. w :i4; t

business receiving a contract
from the federal governmentis
required to furnish proof of
compliance with fair employ-
ment practices. Yet the FCC Ask schoolteacher Shirley Hasley. Let her tell you. Write!Mrs.Shirley Hasley,P.O.Box 2867.San Francisco.Calif 94126ijj
regularly grants valuable lis- '
censes to television and radio : ?
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, September 1, 1967 13 Ii II I
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need not spend a ;::1
fortune entertaining visitors. :::
Most of Greater Miami's ::: : LABOR DAY WEEKENDS
a i1 ttKs commercial attractions have c:;s
.resident passes that entitle :::
residents of Dale and Broward :::
and Monroe counties to free ::: ,
admissions after they pay the ;11 AT THE WORLD FAMOUS
full cost once. :::
Although policy differs :;:
slightly for each attraction, 1:;
y the basic plan is the same. :::; CONTINENTAL
i 1Rr After purchasing a regular ;:::
admission tIcket( and providing ::11
proof of residence,the ::::
resident is given a pass,in ::::
most cases good for one year. :::: CLUB
This pass entitles him to ::::
I free admission if in the com ::::
pany of one paying guest.Some ::::
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f of the attractions do not require :::: 6000 NW 7fh AvenueTOPS
a paying guest. ::::
'J. """'" Most passes are renewable, ::::
f7lM' .., some for a minor charge. ;111 IN ENTERTAINMENT OPEN 1 NIGHTS A WEEK
Attractions participating in ::::
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NEVER MOMENT
I Wins Newspaper ScholarshipAugusta the plan include the Monkey, ::1:
Orchid and Parrot Jungles, ::::
A, Clark, 5633 SW summer. Seaquarium, Serpentarium, :::: PRESENTI NG FLORIDA'S NO. I SOUL
19th St., Hollywood, has been The Poynter Fund was Tropical Paradise and the Wax :::: RECORDING ORCHESTRA
named a Poynter Fund founded in 1953 by Mr. and Museum. Regular adult admissions ::::
Scholarship winner by the Mrs. Nelson Poynter as a to these places range ::::
scholarship committee which memorial to the late Paul from $1.50 to $2.10. :::: FRANK WILLIAMSAnd ,
reviewed 61 scholarshipsfrom Poynter, Times publisher, Minimum age varies from ::::
all over the country.The who died in 1950. 15 18. ::::
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Need is not a factor in be- i
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scholarships are for outstand-
ing young persons of high Ai Admission $1.50 FRANK WILLIAMS
potential and dedication to

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igfD Fund Files Sports Complaint With FCC I


New York.....:-Negro athletes ances of Negroes consisted of tant issue as the United States i events- and related programs argument, that audience reac- lineups in the Pro Bowl games
are being overlooked by momentary exposure as an struggles to achieve new pat- (interviews, pre-game programs tion to black faces will be adverse Included 26% Negroes in the
makers of the television commercials "extra' in the scene. Of the terns of relationship betweenthe i game highlights, etc.) is no longer valid. National League and 24%in the
aired during sports eight commercials monitored races. were selected for monitoring. My survey Indicates that American League. As in baseball -
events and related programs, which utilized Negroes for Because TV has great impact More important, however, Negro sports participation is: there are a number of
according to a survey released personal endorsements Baseball: Thirty per cent of super.stars.
only on Its: viewers, it is an, was our feeling that sports au-
this week by the NAACP one featured a Negro, Louis important factor in forming, diences might be more receptive all major J league baseball Basketball professional
Legal Defense and EducationalFund Armstrong. Beer companiesused opinions and shaping attitudes. to commercials featuring players are colored; the National -: basketball, the percentage of
Inc. (LDF). more Negroes than We selected sports programs Negroes because of the importance League which broke the Negro players on the roster is
The LDF has asked the Fed others. Banks, insurance; and from the survey and of Negroes in professional color barrier has twice as even higher than the other ma-
eral Communications Commission gasoline companies used no findings released today,he ad- sports. many colored players as the jor sports; they constitute almost -
to investigate.The Negroes. There was not an appreciable ded, because of the high incidence It must be noted, Mr. Hen American League. Inbothleagues half of the players((44%).
LDF drew the following difference in the use of Negro athletes and the ingburg said, that the appearance the Most Valuable Of the 50 participants in the
conclusions about the appearance of Negroes in commercials ,predominantly male audience. of Negro athletes on the player awards went to dark- last five all-star teams of the
of Negroes in commer- aired nationally and locally. Our major purpose in the television screen is primarily skinned athletes in 1965 and National Basketball Association
cials during sports programsas Gustay Heningburg, assistant survey was to continue to obtain the result of their skills and 1966. In fact, in 13 of the past 27 (or more than half)
a result of its survey: to the president of the factual information aboutan abilities and is not dependentupon 18 years, the Most Valuable were Negroes.Dr. .
The rate of Negro appearance LDF, stated that the way in Important aspect of television decisions by sponsorsand Player in the National Leaguewas Plot k 1 n also indicated
is 5 percent; or, 1 commercial which Negroes appear on tele- which,heretofore,had not television executives.Dr. colored. that the greater use of Negroeson
in 20.Half the appear vison has become an impor- been systematically gathered; Plotkin pointed out that Football t : In professional beer commercials both in
namely the frequency and in view of the dramatic increase football, 26% of the players in rate and role importance
duration of Negro appearance in the size of the TV both leagues are Negroes. "suggests that other products
on television commercials. viewing audiences for athletic Their level of excellence can might profitably follow this
Coq U Lla fU _Only televised sports contests, the often advanced be gauged by the fact that the example."

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I Congress sfii. ;' ijdGrilt IIIp rh' t t4'atit; s1P6b? t-'t, ,"t r!! r'y t "It 4 II v'



Portland, Ore Speakingat WAS the key to unlock the doorsof which keeps people poor and mon goal" i
the Annual Banquet ,of the power and progress for powerless" Expressing his confidencein
National Urban League Con- ,ghetto Negroes Brooke also said that any attack the significant part the Ur-
ference here, Senator EdwardW "Such, commruiltyorganiza- on prejudice and poverty ban League would continue to
Brooke (R. Mass.) said tion} must be a part of every, mist begin t6 deal substantively : play in the 'struggle to equa-
that Congress has failed to live program for improvement," with the mutual respect lize opportunity, the Massa-
up to its responsibilities to he stated. "Unless the people needed between the races. chusetts Senator concludedthat
help the nation's poor. who are the object j of assistance a deep and meaningful involvement -
"The Congress has remained have a primary role Jn "We cannot expect a revolution on the part of every
insulated and insensitive to changing their lives for the in human nature,"he said, American is needed to win
the need to establish large better, a voice in deciding how "but we can expect to bring what he called "a revolution
scale, adequately funded pro- programs would operate and about an evolution in human whose objective is modera- w
grams for education, Job trainIng how needs should be met, we relationships through experi- tion, of the ancient evils which w .y I
and employment," he declared will be unsuccessful break- ences which bring people together afflict mankind -- ignorance, i
ing the cycle dependency working toward a com- poverty, fear and injustice."
Brooke said this congres-
sional inflexibility is being reinforced -

the violence in ..
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cities this summer. Mr Diaz with his fiancee, Pennsylvania Governor's in-
"What can the people do LAUGHLINS' KIDDIE UNIVERSITY Miss Coleen Harris, at the augural ball, last January.
when the leaders of a nation
Licensed
refuse to lead?" the freshman
senator asked the nearly one Transportation Hot Balanced Meals John A. Diaz, ex-Miami

thousand assembled partici- ,First Grade Curriculum
pants to the Urban League conference Ages 2.6 Newsman Returns For VisitJohn

Register Now 9 to 3
For organizations like the A. Diaz, who left Mia in the late forties, Diaz threat-
Urban League he said roles Phone School: 634-4132 or mi fourteen years ago, after ened to sue the city. It was
should change,"to provide ur- Phone School: 634-1632 or 625-0102 serving eight years here as the from then that Negroes gained
ban slums with leadership Sept. 8MICHAEL'S editor of the Florida editionof admittance to the city-owned
organization which will IT The PittsburghCourier,returned ,stadium. His writings lowered
achieve the degree of power ":; this week to spend two many other racial barriers.
which is the working force In I months in Miami and West 'Editorially, Mr. Diaz fought
a democracy." KINDERGARTEN Palm Beach. against denial of Negroes'
Hitting again and again on 14140 NW 23rd Court Opa-locka Miss Ellen Williams, rights to mike bank depositsin
the theme that has bemme the MU 8-8141 or MU 1-4060 .g1 daughter of Mrs. Mary Wil- A severe critic of the certain center city banks;
rallying i cry of this confer- liams of 1762 NW 44th St.,will South's racial customs, Mr. to sit in Bayfront Park, from
ence, Brooke said he believed Register Nowlll!!!! ? leave September 4,for tuske- Diaz hammered constantly in where he was once ejected; to
that community organization Open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. gee Institute Alabama where his column, "Sunbeams over use the public library down
Monday thru Friday she will study nursing. Florida," against discrimination town, where he was the first

Clean surr IJndings, hot lunches, certified teach. Ellen a June graduate of national based on race, color, and Negro to receive a library
Booker T. Washington High, origin. card.'
Mayor Pushes e rs. The once militant editor is
was crowned Miss Urban Lea
Owned and perated by: gue at a ball this summer now mellowed, and for the past A candidate for the city
Drive to Keep Mr., and Mrs. S. GibsonST. eight years he has been engaged commission in 1951, Diaz
: in advertising and public made an impressive showing,
Clean NOTICE relations, while employed by inspite of lack of funds;he car-
City O'Brien Cleaning and pres- the nation's oldest Negro ried a precinct in which all the
AME CHURCH
JAMES sing of 6916 NW 15thAve.will orientated newspaper,The voters were white Slum
: Mayor Robert King High, KINDERGARTEN be closed during the month of Philadelphia Tribune, a semi- clearance was his issue.
this week urged everyone to 1845 NW 65th Street October through December weekly. Mr. Diaz is staying at Princess
get behind the aluminum scrap please call for your work. When ejected with two Ann Hotel In Miami
collection sponsored by the Registration Begins Sept. 5th Sept. 0 friends from the Orange Bowl Beach \I,
of Miami\ Beautification Excellent Meals Pickup Service :
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streets and beaches of un- Vt
sightly litter.Calling the drive Information Call:

"..'the first concerted effort by B9I-42I2 0 R 696-7547
'our citizens to keep the city
Director
Mrs. Margaret Washington,
clean," he told committee

chairman, E. Albert Pallot he CongratulationsTO
was pleased with early results

of their campaign.Over .
40,000 pounds of scrap
aluminum has been collectedby Call
clubs, civic i groups,and ,.
housewives and depositedin d
the special containers at CHARLESROGERS
Food Fair Stores and Kayo Oil
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Stations, according to Pallot. "$ '"" "'"&. '
All proceeds from the sale of "i ", .10'f\ ,
the'smelted aluminum are then
AT PL 1-7502
donated to Variety Children's ..
Hospital. FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

Jerry McLaughlin, coordi- PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT mimes"
nating the drive for the Beautification I
STEREO OR ORCHESTRA 4aaiam
Committee, said an I l
educational program has been i INSTRU.IENTS.v .
launched to help shoppers and II .
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distinguish t J. >
horns owners 0<:
acceptable articles of alumi- i .. ON ITS ".',
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"Beer cans without seams
and round bottom; are all "
aluminum pointed out.

"We're. also collecting frozen 45th AnniversaryFROM

dinner containers, pans for ?- ,'.
frozen pies, cakes,rolls,can-
ned meats, cheese dips, mar-
garine, and household foil." '
Clubs are beginning to adopt\
the clean-up idea as their ma-
jor project of the year,and the
idea has been highly praisedby I

Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson. ra
Mayor High's office has received
numerous inquiries e 1SUrEtoiiARKETS
from litter\ troubled com
munities around the United 1 1LMELI I
States asking for details of the
aluminum clean-up which was 1 GRAND

begun here as a pilot projectin I
June SELL HAPPINESS' 'WAY ,
For details, individuals and "
are asked to AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt FOOD CKNTKRS
organizations Greater th. i,...,..... .f NrtK-l' .ulK /.I.r..w.y, r
phone Variety Club of ONLY IS MINUTH FROM ANYWHIM IN MIAMI
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Phone 7517502Or
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Geraldine P. Woods, Delta's outgoing national president, following/ a public meeting
held during the 29th biennial convention of Delta Sigma Theta at the Netherland .
Hilton Hotel, August 7318 in Cincinnati, Ohio. ,. I" ''"" .
Senator Percy, main speaker at the public meeting, addressed himself to the ,;, :
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need for increased federal aid to,make the American dream a reality for all/Americans : t,I'{; .. 1
said. "If/ spend $66 million the 16 million/ of "',I" '
He we can a day to save people South : '
then I think do better of the 20 million ,. Oft I'. I ) \\ ; ,',
Vietnam, we can a job saving urban poor you ,. ,, .
people right here in America." '\1'.\'\\\;"'4:",f.I.!:>. ;lt:11 'i":', ;. '
Mrs. Schuyler attended the meeting to accept the Mary Church Terrell Award, > '

which was presented posthumously to her late daughter Philippa Duke Schuyler. The : ; ,
highest honor given by Delta Sigma Theta, a predominantly Negro women's national .>: : '; :
public service organization, the award is bestowed for an outstanding contribution in it j ; ,
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Merchant Marine Academy ; ,


Seeks Qualified Applicants

1 The United States Merchant Candidates for admission ing in August 1968.should request .................. .. .
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Marine Academy desires to most be nominated by a Congressman nomination by Senator ; '
inform qualified young men of or Senator, but ap- or Congressman as early as :, ;'t, "f ,
the opportunties available to pointments are made on the possible beginning September '
them at the Academy and in the basis of candidates' competitive 1, 1967, and not later than Jan .WE ARE SURE THAT THE DADE COUNTY COMMUNITY" \ IS
United ,States Merchant standing within the state e uary 31, 1968.Information.
Marine from which nominated. Com- concerning the MUCH THE BETTER BECAUSE OF THE DISTINGUISHEDSERVICE

The Academy, operated by petitive standing is determined Academy program, require- "
the Maritime Administrationof by College Board Examina- ments for admission and pro- THE TIMES HAS RENDERED.
tions Scores, high school rankin cedure for requesting a nomi- "
the U n i t e d States Depart-
ment of is locatedon class, and subjective eval- nation can be obtained by writ-

Long Commerce Island Sound, at Kings uation of candidates' leader- ing to : Admissions Office ......."N...................................................................,.......,..........,........,.. .,.
Point, New York about twenty ship potential and motivation.Men United States Merchant :: ,.-. ". ....-. 'iI" ..
miles from NewYorkCity.The desiring admission to the Marine Academy Kings point, 1I ;
Academy educates and Academy with the class enter- New York 11024. I'' J" t; ,,' I .
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trains young men for careersas 'f/\\ I" I.\\" I
licensed deck or engineering "l
officers in the Merchant
Marine through a four year (oIt9attda olU ; 'io'i1
college curriculum leading to ;'
the Bachelor of Science de- to
gree. In addition to receivinga ,
degree and a license as third ijI Ite 4Itttmt mimes

officer or third assistant en- for is
gineer, graduates may be
granted a Commission as En- 45 YEARS OF DISTINGUISHED SERVICETO

sign, United States Naval Re- A GRATEFUL COMMUNITY.
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serve, by the Department of .,
the Navy. G.W. Carver Branch ,Ii' iI

ART COURSES OFFEREDAT YMCA '1

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Painting, (begiccing and SERVINGYOUTHADULTS AND THE COM-

intermediate), cartooning, MUNITY .
sculpture, sketching, art ap- ',I.
preciation and advertising art
are among the non-credit M. Athalie Range.
courses to be offered at Mia- .
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mi-Dade Junior College North .,....,--
this fall. .
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The 13-week term of classes Congratulationsto
offered by the Department & Staff
of Continuing Education, be-
gins September 7. Fee,except
for special courses, is $10. -
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RANGE HOUSE OF.ALBERT I

? 1304' ,' Charlie Upab! y1\ 3240 Doug .
Mrs. D1lseYSt1a' on of las Rd., Apt. 8 Coconut,Grove ,.
I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I ICARD 4 NW 65th Terrace, died Tues- died August 23, in the Jackson
r"Sl 22nd In Jackson
day, August Memorial Hospital. He is survived -
drvI Memorial Hospital.She is sur-
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f* by five sons, Johnnie,
m vived by a son, John White.
r Eugene, Edwin, Jamesand
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Funeral services were con- Charlie ; three daughters,
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ducted Monday, August ,
Annie
Mesdames Ruth
family. of the late.. sad but loving memory of sad but loving memoXyofILl at Harry 3:30 p.m.Barnard in the of 2022 chapel.NW Martha Jean, and Geneva;

our husband father and grandfather three sisters, Mesdames
SISTER HENRIETTA NANCE 3rd Ave., Apt. 10,died Thurs- Warren and Mattie
TAYLOR -.- .- .- day, August 24th He is sur- Eugenia
\ and Annie Upshaw. Remains
vived by a wife, Mattie; a son,
were shipped Friday to
Gentry Barnard two brothers,
wish to express their deepest ; for final
appreciation for the kind deeds HAYWARD HADLEY Dave and Webster; and a sis- Columbus Georgia
rites.
shown them during their hour ..... DIES JN PALMETTO ter, Mrs. Emma Temple. Fun-
Walter Miller 1910 NW 72
services conducted ,
eral were
of sorrow, a special thanks to
everyone. To Bishop Chenaukand Hayward Hadley of 10203rd Monday, August 28, at 2:00: St., Para Villa Convalescent
Ave., Palmetto, Florida died died 25th. He is
p.m. in the chapel. Home August
the Church of God,to Mrs.
early Sunday morning, August survived three sisters-in-
and her efficient staff. of2200 by
Range William T. Geary
I 27. He is survived by his widowM
law Mesdames Irene Dukes
,
,
B died Fri-
NW 57th St., Apt.
b 1 six Mrs.
a e; daughters,
Elder A. C. Nance and the day, August 25. He was a Eleanor Brooks, Syretha
Arie J. Gary, Mrs Marian L.
Strong one foster.daughter
entire Nance ; ,
Family local minister at the St. Luke
Henry, and Mrs.Gladys Craw- Mrs. Edith Dames. Services
.. AME Church. He is survivedb
w ford of Miami; Mrs. Hagar B. were conducted
Wednesday
1 four ,
Allen and Mrs Gertha H. Ellis his wife, Gwendolyn;
CARD OF THANKS from the St. John Baptist
brother two sis
children a
of Tallahassee; five sons, Al- ; ; Church. *?
-'- fonso Charles and ters.His remains will be ship-
I F., R., Dr. Edward Herbert
George
(A M ped on Thursday,August 31,to ,
Howard of Miami Cicero
A.
JAMES LEROY GLENN ; 2131 NW 66th St., died August
GEORGE BLATCHwho 0. of palmetto; 23 grandchildren Kingstree, S. C. where final 27, in the'Jackson Memorial

who departed this life August two great grand-children; rites will be conducted Hospital. He is survived by his

departed this life August 30, 1966. one sister, Lucy Rankins, one Mrs. Beulah Hatcher of 301 wife, Mary; one daughter, Rose
22, 1966. brother Ralph Hadley, both of NW 13th Street, Apt. 2,died on Lee Bonapart one son-In-law
; ,
One year has passed since Mrs. Pauline Glenn, wife Tallahassee; two stepdaughters Monday, August 28.She is sur- and 1 grandchild Funeral ser-
you were called from labor to nieces, nephews, and a vived by two sons, R. 'A, and vices were conducted Wednes-
reward. But what would we host of other relatives. Cicero; a daughter, Ernestine from the
day Liberty City
give to see you smile to sit and IN MEMORIAMIn Funeral services will be Herbert; a sister Mattie Mc- Chapel.

talk for Just a while. Though conducted Sunday, September Grill; a brother Johnnie Jamesa Mrs. Nettie Hall, 759-A NW

absent, you are always near. loving memory of 3, at 100 p.m. at Providence dear friend. Theodore 66 Studied August 28. Amongher

Still loved, still missed. Still Baptist Church, Palmetto. Spivey. Funeral services will survivors are husband
,
very dear. Those persons desiring to be conducted onSaturday,Sep-
send condolences may send tember 2nd, at 100pm. at Henry; seven sons, Jimmy,
Willie, Neal, Guynell, Mozell,
them to Duboise's Bethel AME Church.
Mrs. Carnetta Blatch, wife Funeral Greater
James, Charlie Hall three
;
MR. BERNELL THOMPSONMrs. and familyCARDOF Home, 709 11th Street, Palmetto daughters Mesdames Juanita
STEVENS ,
Dorothy Thompson and Thomas, Florine Harris, and
children acknowledge with Funeral services for Daisy Hall. Arrangements are .

grateful appreciation your CARD' OF THANKSThe Vernon Glanton, of 2258 Far- incomplete. '.'

cards, 'telegrams and all THANKSThe ragut St., Hollywood, who died Joseph Council, 11829 SWi,
methods of condolences ex- family of the late family of the ,lateLILLIAN Saturday, as a result of a gun- 216th St., Goulds died August

tended to them during the pas- _. shot wound, will be held Sun- 28. He is survived by wife"*

sing of their husband and day, September 3, at 3:00pmIn : Evelyn; seven children; six1

father, Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church sisters and brothers, mother
Hollywood. Mi, Glanton was a Mrs. Carrie Council of Ridge.;'

IN MEMORIALIn member of the Dania Police ville, S. Carolina. Arrangements *
MRS. MARY JACKSON Department, and had received are in compete. If

loving memory of our beloved numerous citations for out- Mrs. Laura Sheppard, 18710))

who departed this. life September standing Police work. Survi- ,NW 29th Ave., Carol Citydie
1, 1965.' vors Include his widow, August 28th in Christian Hos=Vj

Two sad lonely years have Elaine; three daughters, Von pital.Among her survivors

passed since you went away.A Cell, Vanessa and Vickie husband, Randolph; fivev

p. precious one from us gone, a Gbnton; a mother Mrs. Evelyn daughters, Mesdames Ann

voice we loved is stilled; a w Glanton; three brothers, Smith of Miami, Mandy Collins-*

place is vacant in our home Ruffus, Clarence and Bernard of Philadelpha, Pa., Callie;<

i which can never be filled. All Jones. Rackley of Albany, N. Y., Ruth,

is dark within our dwelling, h Mollette of New York,Vera,

lonely, in our hearts today, MANKER Con y e r s of California; six
for the one we loved so dearly Thornton Fuller of 3013 NW
sons, Thomas of Ft. Myers
MORSE SWAPP 54 St. died August 29 at home.
has forever passed away. Earnest ofOrlando, James of
who departed this life August He is survived by a sister
BROTHER JESSIE PHILLIPSwho Gone, but not forgotten. Georgia, Sylvester of New
17, 1967, wish to express our Mrs. Aretha Currjngton, five York City, Douglas of Wash.
The Lessie Green sincere thanks and appreciation brothers, Jessie, David,
departed this life August ington, D. C. Fred Sheppardof
And Jackson families for the numerous methodsof Ernest, Will and Pink. Fun-
12,1967, wishtoexpresstheirthanks Germany; one sister, Mary
expressions extended to eral
us incomplete
arrangements are -
to the many friends and Joseph of this city. Arrange-
during our recent bereave- .
neighbors whosharedthir CARD OF THANKSThe ment. ments are incomplete.

MILDRED S. ALLEN sympathy of sorrow to themin .. -"
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their hours of bereavement family of the late special thanks to Flowers --
Fifth Ave. statf-
- Hospital coworkers -
who departed this life August for all the flowers cards,tele-
janie, Renie and 691-7661
31, 1962. grams and calls and especially beulah. Mrs. Geneva Blatch
We loved but God loved to the Range Funeral Home
you, numbers of Mt. Olive Baptist
Rev and members of
Mobley
best soul rest
you may your Church, Lenox Ave. Toppins I I
the Triumph Church of Opa-
in
peace. locka. Funeral Home and St. Marks

h Epistapal Church, all of New

Devoted Family, The Family York City. The pastor, mem-

i bers, Choir' No.1 Usher
IN MEMORIAMIn Board No. 2 of M''. Zion AME

A Church. Friends and neigh- ...

loving memory oft IN bors of 18th Ave and 22nd PI.Mr. I
MEMORIAMIn
and Mrs. James Walker,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson,
\ --- -- '-"---'- Mrs. Cora Perry.Coworkersof
loving memory of MELBA LUCAS Opa-locka General Hos- R.

pital all of Opa-locka.
ELDER WILLIE GAMBLEwho gratefully acknowledges all Mr. Freddie Swapp, husband
t expressions of sympathy af- New York City

h departed this life August forded them in their hours of Mrs. Frances Morse, mother
y 27, 1960. bereavement. The numerous Opa-locka. THE

Sleep, on dear Elder, it is time cards of condolences and Mrs. Carolyn Stubbs Hannah

to rest. beautiful floral arrangementswere daughter, Nassau.

Jesus came and took you be- truly heartwarming. We Gwendolyn Wineglass Williams -

cause he knows best. extend special thanks to Rev.T. sister N. Y. C.

You have fought a good fight, C. Kelly, the officers and Mrs. Helen Miller, sister, Co cq 4 &((4 O tS
You kept the faith; members of St. Paul AME Opa-locka. "
Regardless of the sufferingyou Church. to1Ihe

stayed in the race. Special thanks to Mrs. .
CARD OF THANKS iThtlmi ?Iime
Sleep on darling Odessa Fletcher and friends, $ 1

Sleep on with a smile Mrs.. Elizabeth Logan and The family of the late ,_ J,
MR. RICHARD SINGLETARYwho We are on our way; we will see family and neighbors of First 04 your 45th f Iutivru-ty', .

you after awhile. Court. To the entire staff of MRS. DORA RHODES
departed this life August the Francis Funeral Home for IN YOUR HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT. CALL

31, 1964. its courteous and efficient acknowledge with grateful appreciation -' "Where service begins and never 'j
Leaving a mother, Sarah Gussie Gamble wife service; we say to you, may your kind expres- ends"i;

x Singletary; wife annie Single- Lucille, and Queen, foster- God bless you and the Angels sions of sympathy during their Three locations to! serve you: '
tary; three daughters, Rose daughters of Love forever watch over hour of bereavement.
Janice and M/Sgt Archie and Mrs. Williams each and
S.
Payne, Rogers everyone. Miami Opa.|locka
1 Frankie Ferguson; and six foster son and daughter- William Rhodes and Perrin.16 .

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1 The West Perrine Park and West Perrine Park. Miss During the presentation of staff coordinated the day's
Recreation Center celebratedthe Theresa Miller was piano accompanist awards Mr. Moses Poole events- ,
LN1LDAVID end of the summer program recreation leader physical education director of (A) Bottom left is picturedthe
with a Community Family Mr. Quentin North emceed the the R. R. Morton Elementary Largest family in numbers
Fun Day Sunday afternoon show. Miss Albertha Brown School, was presented with a Mrs. Artentiy Avant hold-
SNYDER ANDREW STROMAN and evening, August 20.( Co--rendered a lovely vocal solo special award in recognitionof ing Stanley. Left to right:
Proprietor Hair Stylist sponsored by the Metropolitan and there was a tumbling demonstration his outstanding contribu- George Tammy James Curtis -
Dado County Park and Recre- by the 11 and 12 tions to the summer baseball Evelyn Sharon Roberta
*HAIR CUTTING ation Department and theEOPIPerrine year old boys. Teenage girls program at the park. Karolyn; missing, Carl and
*PROCESSING Neighborhood Center did baton twirling exhibitionsand Softball games and other Felton.B .
'SCALP the fun day for children and the shorty girls performed special events were Joined in ( ) Bottom right Is Irene
TREATMENT
adults was a great success a ballet.highlights by the children and adults following Williams of the West Perrine
PERMANENTS with well over 500 attending.On the show and awards Park Recreation staff duringthe
DYEING & TINTING hand was the snowmobile and activities was presentation Mrs Essie summer program, pre-
on which was staged entertain- given by assistant director of Silva Center Director of the sented an arts and crafts ex-
FACIAL MASSAGEand ment by the children of the EOPI Mr. Theodore Johnson. West Perrine Park and her hibit for community fun day. .
all other tonsorial services u JY.L
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BARBER WANTEDParisian American Legion Post 281 Entertained at New Hone' 1


The American Legion Post The members of the Post G. Holton and Mrs. Marie Wil- Holton, II attended the Schoolof
number 281, of Richmond number 281 who attended the liams. Instruction. This proved to
Room Heights of which Mr Horace party were: Commander All the members enjoyed be beneficial and very informative -
Session is the Commander Horace Session, Vice Com- themselves. There was no end for the two who attended. -
PRESENTS AT was the guest of the Legion mander General Evons, Post to the refreshment and enter- Theauxlllary members
Post number 29 at a pre-instruction Commander Eugene Brown, tainment. Mr. Dave Blakeney, who attended the School of Instruction
Double Deck Bar party at the recently Comrade Leater Holton,II and Commander of Post number were: Mrs. Helen
built American Legion Comrade Leroy Sutton 29, Comrade Alca je, and the Steward President Mrs.
Home of Mlam I.This party Auxiliary members present other Comrades of Post No. 29 Bertha Jones, and Mrs.Grace
728 NW 79 St. 759-9507 was given August 19, as a beginning were: Mrs. Bertha Jones, saw to it that everyone had a Sutton.
event for the School of Mrs. Grace SuttonMrs. wonderful time and were Both the Post 281 and the
Instruction. Gladys Session Mrs. Naomi gracious hosts. Auxiliary members wish to
BIG LABOR On the following Sunday,Au- thank the Post number 29 for
gust 20, Commander Horace the invitation to attend and the
Session and Comrade Lester, good time had by all.

DAY DANCE Congratulations to .
Head Start Grows Larger

STARRING ijI Itie Miami tuimt5 In Dade CountyHead I


on its
start this school year, federal government and oper-
will serve the sixteen centers ated by the Dade County School
4St, Aiutioe'ua'zq served last year and eight new Board, will again enroll child-
centers in the southern part of gen who are five years old,or
Dade County. The new centers will be five years old on or be-
MIAMI RULING & will beat Goulds,R. R. Moton fore January ,1, 1968. The
West Homestead, Pine Villa families of these children
BINDING Naranja, A. L. Lewis Rich- must meet the economic;eligibility -
mond, and Florida City Elementary level set by the government -
Schools.: This is a kindergarten
1905 NW 1st COURT
This project financed by the program that will operate all
day (8:30 a.m, to 3:00 p.m.)
with thef ollowing freeser-
vices: Insurance field trips
EDDIE LOVETT GIf'DGO.G BLESSINGS BLESSINGS BLESSINGS food, medical and dental services -
w\ 'oo social i and psychological
S SOUL SINGING Cj CO A GIFT OF PROPHECYThe services as well as an
Gv. SENSATIONALSO (j educational preschool program
man bom with the gift, Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Georgia. It is conducted by a qualified
through God that I can remove all evil conditions, some questions you may teacher and two classroom
FEATURING wish to know Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my hus aides. Parents who wish to
band stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be returned take advantage of this opportunity -
? They call me the (Rootman), but I am only a servant of God. Be had better contact the
\ e\ cause God Is the answer to all life's problems. I am the.king of all modern local school center In your
\\ \\1 1,14 profits.Send for my special selected Bible verses. To be r.adon special days. area Immediately. The old
0 Send self-addressed stamped envelope and $2.00 for Bible verses and spiri- school centers are as follows:
(. 'i The s'Nc tual message. You will receive Bible verses by return mail. Send to: Bethune Bunche Park,
roc NX Nco6 .
oRO Tucker Douglas Drew Dun-
Ra King lee's Uo REV. ROOSEVELT FRANKLIN bar, Earlington Heights,
S Gladeview Holmes, Liberty
G\ and cGO 630 MORROW AVENUE, MACON, GEORGIA 31201I City Little River Orchard
o Poinciana Park, Mira-
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c.o.G ADMISSION $1.00 RCS I Specialize In All Case Work PHONE: Area Cod. 912-745-6475 marPloral Heights and

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 1 1967 ming instruction for the Day

.".. ........... ....... .........--. Summer Campers under the Leader-
:. Youth Enjoy
: ,... "'it 240 Disadvantaged ship of Mr. Joseph Carter
:' TIM I Through the cvirtesy of Dr,

I. !I I ilAUDE.R DALE. $. ;p 0I .. Recreation At Northwest YMCA : H.Estate Sweeting was made, the available Sweeting to

I ?i BY PORTER DAVI JR. I By Porter Davis, Jr. Christian Association of Bro- local YMCA funds to sponsor the Y for use on certain daysof
,
.., Thanks to the .generosity of ward County Following a youth both boys and girls rang- the week as another camp-
6 to 17 in the Y mach needed becauseof
from
area
Ft. Lauderdale's civic minded positive approach to dealing ing ages Ing ,
Two outstanding musical events pleasantly colored Lauder- Police Beneyolence more than with the juvenile delinquency Summer Program.It shouldbereborded the over crowded conditionsat
dale's tempo last weekend. The contrasting programs ranging 240 disadvantage youth in the problem the Public Relations that this was indeed the Northwest building. Y
from Bach to Brubeck provided their respective audiences with North West area enjoyed con- Department headed by Sgt. the city's finest hour human campers were introduced to
moments which will long be remembered. In the studio of her structive wholesome leisure Robert Lukes, Major Francisand relations. Through the excel- boating and archery under such
teacher George Sistrunk Lauderdale's own Brenda Brown displayed time recreation under the auspices Officer Samuel Delevoe. lent cooperation of the local qualified leadership as
real artistry and musicmanshlp. Miss Brown dressedin of the Northwest The Police Benevolence As- Neighborhood Center a member Charles Burrows, an instructor -
a delicate future color laced tent Semi Formal charmed her Branch of the Young Men's sociation made available to the of the Broward's Office of in Broward's Public School
audience with gracious personality and an extraordinary fine System.
Mezzo-Soprano voice. Miss Brown began her recital with Mon I Civic organizations like the
teverde's Lasciatemi Morire which afforded her an opportunityto rIH'S' Civic Association for public
display her middle register with rich resonance. It was In Service played a vital part in
her rendation of Bizet's Agnus Dei that I found Miss Brown this years Summer with such
most pleasing. Her interpretation and sensitivity made you men as Levi Henry and Carl-
know that here indeed was an artist with great potential. This ,... r tl ton Tynes devoting hours of
religious piece a favorite of many but seldom done well affordsone their time to the worthwhilecause
to display a wide range and Miss Brown certainly has Just of disadvantaged youth.As .
that wide range although she is not yet able to sustain her tonesin pointed out above the
the One in her ability to sing
longer register. pressed by Neighborhood Center, a gov
with great ease and poise without the usual Immature frowns ernmental agency was most
and apologetic gestures. Her operatic ventures were well instrumental in relating those
suited for her voice starting with Purcell's Dido's Lament *
needed the
(from "DidoandAeneas'')followed by the sparkling witty 'Vio, 1 ,J p" \\r aJ' youth the who most. Perhaps experience in-
,
che Sapete from "Le Mozze dl Figaro" by Mozart. The audi- some small measure Lauder-
ence seemed to find her Habanera from "Carmen" to be of k4i$ dale was spared from a
special delight but votes went to Puccini's"Si, MlChiamano dramatic flair up such as wit-
Mimi" from "La Boheme." Here she was sensitive and con- nessed in Detroit and Newark
vincing. This was not the case with her Saint Saens which re-'
because so many worked so
than Miss Brown at the mo-
quires greater powers possesses
hard so sincerely in harmonyfor
ment. She was far too pretty anyway to be a treacherous Delilah disadvan-
the community's
but this too Is a matter of opinion. We predict Miss Brown I
will go far under the proper tutorship. She has received a ----.- ----- ..- q- taged.
scholarship from the Women's Club of Fort Lauderdale being Economic Opportunity such There is still another side
the Most Promising Young Musician. Thank Brenda for a at 523-2444 or 987-5690 or come bythe YMCA located 408 staff personnel as Mrs. Bessie to the picture which if contin-
delightful evening. Mrs. Stella Beall was Miss Brown's piano Northwest 14th Terrace between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and Earner and Mrs. Gloria ued will someday permit the
Accompanist. 4:30 p.m. daily and from 9:00 until 2:00p.m. on Saturday. The Robinson aided Y, officials in Northwest B ra c n h to rea-
If your choice of music was good progressive the menu lessons are $1.25 per week. Students will have the opportunityof locating the youth who other- lize its potential and stand tall
was pregnant at the Elks with no less than three bands jam- attending live performances of traveling Ballet Companies wise would not have the fin- with dignity asa responsible
ming for more than four hours you could not help but find your famous the world over. Mrs. Grayce Hansen a well qualified ances needed to participate in membership. organizationwhere
right groove. While the other bands were groovy the audience teacher has a radiant personality and a natural gift for work- the Y's program which was members take care of
didn't seem to get Into the mood until the Chuck Austin Quartet Ing with people of al ages.She comes from Hartford, Connec- planned and executed under the their financial responsibility.
took the spot light and then the audience responded. On voca- ticut where she operated one of the largest Dance Classes in leadership of Nathaniel Stokes During the first two periods of
list Sandra Lashley, a tremendous talent appearing currentlyat the New England area. and porter Davis. the summer Day Camp 90% of
the Hampton House In Miami was without a doubt the best Sunland Park Elementary School welcomes three new faculty Another aspect of this years the campers paid their or
vocalist of the evening.She sings like the great Ella Fitzgeraldher l members, they are Mrs. Annette Harding, Mrs. Elnora Blue experience was the Illustration way without sponsorship of an r
lower tones will remind you of Carman McCray. She and Mr. Ray Stanley.Registration in point that indeed pri- kind. The other 10% wer
doubtlessly will make the really big show. and soon. I accidentally for Evening Classes to be conducted at Dillard vate, public an'' governmental sponsored as in years pat
on purpose stumbled into the table of one of my fav- High School will begin Tuesday, September 5th. agencies as well as civic organizations through a benevolent fund o.
orite groups the Venus Club's VIPs and wangled an invitationto Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker who recently can work together the County Welfare Office.
be seated at their table now to be surrounded with so returned from their honeymoon in Mount Olive North Carolinaand to a worthwhile program for This is viewed by Y Officials
,. much feminine charm and adult wit and choice gossip (conser- Chattanooga, Tennessee. Mrs. Parker Is the former Miss community betterment. The as a very healthy sign because
wjfatlvely). The company; pj MXS.. umergene Wood,Mrs.Elizabeth Joan Foulkes. Mr. and Mrs. Parker now reside at 507 NW 18th Sunland Park, a city recrea- more Northwest citizens are
Gregory and her*guest*Mrs Drena Ford from Daytona Avenue Ft. Lauderdale.. tion center provided swim learning to pay for services.
Beach and Mrs. Curley Williams and Mrs. Essie Reid made
the evening complete. The whole town seemed to have been on
hand for the highly successful fourth annual event. Our 007
agent spotted Mrs Agnes Burrows, Mark Strong who provedto Carver
be a Jacob with coats of many colors. Atty Raleigh Rawls, For the BEST START

Atty Jesse McCrary, Dr. and Mrs.Calvin Shirley,Linda Hogg, Ranches
Robert Kemp, Atty Alcee Hastings, Nathaniel Stokes,Saundra
Eubanks and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Henry.
The Elks of Fort Lauderdale will host several affairs duringthe NewsBy .@ "
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Labor Day weekend beginning Friday, September 1st. The Walter Bowel :%:,r j .t) ; :I'\. ./ ". r' ., *' ;
Caps will sponsor an affair beginning at 10:00: p.m. On Satur- tJs1. : .
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day, September 2nd the Estellite Club will sponsor a dance also : -
beginning at 10:00 p.m. and on Monday, September 4th the Carver Ranches-Hyde Park :
Civic Association held a meet-
Elks will sponsor a Labor Day Dance. :
Congratulations are in order for Mrs. Doris Richardson on Ing at the community center on I $
th birth of her infant daughter Savarla.Mrs. Mrs. Richardsonis Sunday, August 27. Mr. CarlS.
visiting her mother Mrs Dorothy Jones of 807 NW 19th Ter. Birbirge was there to an-
Fort Lauderdale. swer all questions concerningwater

Visitors to our fair city inchrie: Mr. Johnny M. Rogers of conditions In our area.
South Broward VFW
Augusta, Georgia who was here visiting his parents Mr. and The
Mrs. Wallace Rogers of 824 NW 19th Terr. Fort Lauderdale. Post No. 8195, will sponsor aMiniskirtball
Also visiting were Miss Christine Gilbert and Mrs. Alberta at the Embassy
Club in Ft. Lauderdaleat /"" C NSW. f7fpIt's
Harris
Mrs. Evelyn Stewart of Camden.,New Jersey was here visi- 27th and Sunrise Blvd. All
ting her aunt Mrs Edna Holly of 2337 NW 14th Ct., Ft. Lauder- neighborhing VFW Posts are
invited, and also the public.

dale.Miss Terry V. Rogers of 824 NW 19th Terr., is recupera- Music by Piggy Vernon Band.
ting from a minor operation at Plantation General Hospital. Donation $1.25 Tables free.
Friends wanting to send get well cards may send them to her The Carver Ranches Fire

home.Mrs. Edna Holly of 2337 NW 14th Ct., witnessed the Baptismof Department Monday night will at the meet Fire every Hall JACKSON'S TODDLE INN

her Goddaughter Christine Murray aged 8. The ceremony all members please be pre-
was conducted by Reverend Cornelius Ford, Pastor of First sent.
,
Baptist Church. Among those present were Christine's par- NURSERY
ents Mr and Mrs. Tony Murray and her grandmother Mrs. LIBERTY CITY CHILD

Robinson.With the Invitations coming off the press in a few days it'j'OPPORTUNITY CENTERThe KINDERGARTEN

isn't too early to tell you to circle your calendar for what will Liberty City Child Opportunity -
be a pace setter this fall in elegant entertainment. Fashionsby Center is still going PRIMARY GRADES
Liz will present an evening at Pier 66 with a complete din- strong, even in mid-summer.
ner and Fashion Show and some imported talent to entertainyou The kids still enjoy everythingthat $8.00 PER WEEK
between theacts of eating and watching the fabulous models is happening attheirCenter. 3038 NORTHWEST 48th TERRACE
from the Elite Charmettes. That date is Friday, October 6th. On Monday, we had a surprise J
Get set for Lauderdale's best Inthe sparkling Venetian Room, visit from the Governorof
Pier 66.The .- Florida, Claude Kirk He Telephone: NE 4-4308
spectacular news about fellow staff member Nat Stokes toured our building outside as
was not to be printed until'the final word from headquartersbut well as Inside.He went throughthe -
the news leaked out and the whole town knows. I predict class rooms- and watchedthe Visit us or call for details
that following this most outstanding achievement of Lauder- youngsters as they, went Mrs. I. !3. Jockson-MosUr,
dale's most sought after bachelor will bean announcement of through games and different Own i.$up.rvl sor
wedding bells or I'll miss my guess and who should know better activities. He greeted us witha
... that that Little Ole Match Maker Me-Sand is her name. warm "hello"and seemed to
I The Northwest School of Dance will begin its fourth year of be very pleased with what he RIglstratloll Now Golllg 011
operation this tall on Tuesday Octover 5th.Classes will be on

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturdays. Registrationwas saw.Our meeting on Tuesday LOAM-8PM

opened effectively Saturday, August 25th. Parents inter- evening was a success,thanksto ..... .. .. .
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I II I Progressive National Baptist Convention

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Cincinnati, Ohio.-The tion to several thousand observers Conference (SCLC); Dr. Ben- Vice President; L. Venchael

I I Progressive National Baptist and visitors, accord- jamin E. Mays, who recently Booth, Executive Secretary;

Convention holds its Annual ing to the Reverend Dr.Gard- retired as president of More- S. S. Hodges, Recording Sec-

Session with the churches of ner C.Taylor,President of the house College; and others. retary; J. N. Wordlaw, L. J. FRIENDSHIPRev.

DRAKE MEMORIAL Cincinnati, Ohio, September Progressive National Baptist Alford and John F. Williams, J. E. Jenkins, pator
for Convention. National officers of the Con Assistant Recording Sec-
1967. Headquarters
5-10 reporterWe
Ruby Lee Carr,
Rev Jarius W. Dunn pastor
the Convention will be the vention, in addition to Presi- retaries; W. H. R. Powell, to be
expect our pastor
The pastor, officers and Netherland Hilton Hotel, Fifth Principal speakers will include dent Taylor, include:The Rev.E. Treasurer; Cornell E.Talley, a
with us all day Sunday we invite i
members wish to thank Rev. and Race Streets, where all Dr. Taylor, who has just R. Searcy, First Vice Pre- Auditor ; Charles G.Adams, to in church '
join us
Woodly and his congregation sessions will be held. returned from a preaching and sident; Thomas Kilgore, Jr., Historian; Judge Benjamin L. you :

for the spiritual uplift received speaking tour of South Africa; Second Vice President; 0. H. Hooks Convention Attorney; Sunday.

on last Sunday at their first; More than 2,000 accredited Dr. Martin Luther King of At- Stinson, Louis Johnson, JohnJ. and George Lawrence, Na- Our pastor concluded a suc-

Pastor's Aid Anniversary. delegates from 500 member- lanta, president of the South- Koger, Samuel H. James, tional Director of Communi- cessful revival for Day Spring

The president of the Pas- churches will attend, in addi- ern Christian Leadership and H. B. Charles, Regional cations and Public Relations. Baptist Church on last Friday
: tor's Aid, Sister porothy night.
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Brown and members will We extend our get well >It'

never forget the following CHRIST EPISCOPAL GRACE ANTIOCH BAPTIST NEW MACEDONIA wishes to Sister Barbara ,

Pastor's Aid clubs; Metropo- Fr. Theodore Gibson, rector PRESBYTERIANThanks Rev. P. W. Wiggins, pastor Rev.Roscoe Jackson,pastor Rivers in Mt. Sinai; Brother

titan AME, Ebenezer 'ME, st.! Antoinette Silva,reportrOn to Mrs. MiriColebrook Rachel B. Pratt, reporterThe Willie J. Beard, reporterThe Jimmy Austin in Christian;

Luke Baptist Church and SI. Friday night, August 25, and all the zone and Brother Clifton Groves in
John Baptist for their finan- college students that will attend president, officers and Jackson Memorial' we wish
team captains, and all the parents Youth Choir and Junior -
cial members of choir number one them
support.The school here and a speedy recovery.
away members and friendsfor Matron's Society invite
deacons of the church you wish to take this opportunity i to welcome
were guests of the rector and the enjoyable and success: to their annual Beach party Visitors are always
entertained the Juniors last thank each 'and everyone who 3
at services. No.
our
Mrs. Gibson. A pleasant even-
nil baby contest of lastSunday Friday, September 8, beginning -
Saturday, at their annual sum- ing was spent by all afternoon.We at 7:00: p.m., at Baker's helped make their Fifth Anniversary Ushers are sponsoring a trip
mer outing. Brother Richardson 10 at a tremendous success to Key West Labor Day byway
On Sunday, September are looking forward I to Haulover Beach. A bus willl i
Deaconess Nicholas,Sister 5:00 p.m. the rector is invit- an outstanding Women's Day available for persons not having both spiritually and financially -, of the church bus, donations '

\; Austin, and Siste; ing each person of this congre- Sunday, September 17, Mrs. transportation of their own May God bestow his will be $4, the bus will leave,

Clements were in charge of gation who works in the pub- Lucy Bradley, chairman. at 6:30 p.m. Donations; children richest blessings on each and at 7:00 a.m, and return 6:00

refreshments and games, lic school system to Join him Let us all comb out and wor- 75? and adults $1. Refreshments everyone of you. Deacon W. B. p.m. Brother J. C. Wright the

Scouts please rememberyour 'in the all purpose room of the ship together this Sunday will be free. Williams, president. president and members invite i:

meeting at 630p.m, Friday parish. You may co.meand can morning with the sacrament of Sunday, September 10, at The second Friday night i in you( to go. For further information +I,

Don't forget the sale Sa- invite a friend who works with! communion. We have not been 3:30, the Youth Choir will pre- this monthSeptember 8th, call these numbers;
turday, Deacon Perkins is our Choir No. 2 of New Macedonia Sister Callie Walker 635-6029 ,
you. having Sunday evening service sent a special program entitled Ii;
chief. You are welcome to visit will be in a Battle of Songs with '
Bazaar time ; Coming during the last two months,but "Marching to Zion" featuring or Brother J. C.Wright, at ;:
with us on Sunday. events! Food-a-rama on La- Choir No. lot New providence PI 4-3239.
will begin in September, at Ralph McCloud, Brenda } ,
occasion will be held
This
bor Contest Parade aNew 1;
Day,Baby 7:30 McQueen, Loletta Clark and -
ST. MARY'S W. M. p.m. i'
Macedonia and is in behalf -
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor of States. There will be a The pastor thank the Elder, many of the outstanding personalities of Women's Day. Deacon TEMPLE BAPTIST \'
musical recital Sunday, Sep- J. D. Faniel for conducting A cordial invitation
Mrs A. E. Bethel, reporter The Lord's Supper will be
Henry Jefferson presidentand
tember 17, at the home of Mr worship services in August Is extended to the public. ,
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is the first administered during the ;
Sunday Sunday Sister Elnora Nelson
,, and Mrs.Arthur Roberts.This ,captain ,, ),
communion will be served all morning and evening services ion :
affair is being sponsored by ;
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day. Joint choirs will sing all HURST CHAPELThe Sunday, and the choirs will : ,1
NEW PROVIDENCE t
the Acolytes and the young The second Sunday after-
day also joint Usher Boards president of the Mis- serve jointly. "'J: I l'
people of the church and will Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor noon in next month, September '
will work all day. sionary Youth under the direc- The women have selected r' I IJ ,
feature talents of the church Arsula Edwards reporterThe 10 the Sunday School BTU
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The Women's Day Committee tion of Mrs. Patricia Grant of officers for Women's Day. I..: j'
will have an all day sale on and community. National Baptist Con- the Miami District and the Department will sponsor :a Mrs. Lula M. Colebrook is ,
Birthday greetings are in Musical Tea at the church
Monday September 4, at the vention will be held in Denver, President of Hurst Chapel chairman, Miss Edwina Lord, "
order for May Helen Fagan, from 3:30 5:30 p.m. This affair -
churchnJisb sandwichesfbajr. Colorado.September:6 ;lOtf; Mrs. Laura Aggie conducted co-chairman, Mrs. Joyce .,
JuTlus Simmons, Richlh is also in behalf of Wo- "
b-cue, conch fritters and cold Busses will leave New Provi- Youth service at the church Rahming, secretary and Mrs.
Knight Mr Alonza Culmor! men's Sister Aurora
,, Day. ;
drinks. The public is invited to dence M3 Church, 760 NW 53 Saturday, August 26, at 11:00: \. Clark, treasurer. The annual '
James Claritt and Angela Dean captain Sister Bernice .f
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spend the holiday with us.Our Teresa Reliford Get well St., Sunday, September 3, at o'clock. Fisher observance is dated for I

thanks to Miss Edwina Lord wishes to Mrs. Nora Gaitoi 9:00 a.m please be present, Sunday morning was regu- Remember, co-captain.tickets for the the: second Sunday in November '":.,,., :
who served as MC for our at 8:00: a.m, at the church. lar service For night servicethe .
and Mrs. Ethel Fife.GLENDALE Fifth Annual Women's Day ri1
candlelight service. The Associated Deacons of pastor, choirs and mem- ] Number one choir will cele- 1
Tickets are on sale for the New Providence will sponsora bers attended service at the Banquet will be held Friday,, barate its 36th anniversary on :

raffle of : A cake mixer;a cof- BAPTIST Musical program Tuesday Martin MamlrialAME Church September 22, in the Starlight Sunday September 10, at 3:30
Room of the Terrace
Biscayne
fee percolator. This is spon- night, September 5, ;after Richmond Heights p.m. A spicy program isanti- a
Rev. B. L., Turner, pastorR. Hotel 340 Biscayne Blvd. care
sored by the committee of Wo prayer meeting. You are in- Pray for our sick and shut- ipated.; The public cordial- '
M. Harrington,reporterWe ) obtained from the chairman:
men's Day. See any committee vited. ins and hoping them a speedy ly invited. This group is the
member for tickets. Donations will have our communion Consecration hour of prayer recovery. Sister Mytrice Murray, 1251 oldest auxiliary of the church

$1.00. serve,this Sunday evening. ivlll be held each Sunday morn- Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor and NW 56th St., 759-5245, any of and has given faithful service
intermediate the women of New Macedoniaor
The speaker and other plans The junior and Ing, at 5:00: a.m. Mrs. J e a n H. Townsend, reporter over the years.
GA's will have their > Willie J. Beard. Tickets are
concerning Women's Day will prayer Let us continue in prayer for Funeral I services for the
retreat on September 4, from $5 per person. Plan nowtoat-
be announced next week. our sick and shutIns.Those late Joseph Mackey will beheld
9:00): a.m. to 2:00 p.m. GREATER ST.. LUKE tend this extravagant affair.
Parents, don't forget our who have lost their love ones. this Friday, at 4:00 p.m.
for State
opening time for Sunday School The WMU program Visitors are always welcome The president of the No. 1Choir A former Miamian, Mr.

is 9:30 a.m. Mission Season of Prayer will Sister Dora Smith wish NEW HOPE Mackey died last week in Detroit -

Let us say a special for our be held September 5 6. The to thank all the member, isl- Rev. W E. Sims, pastor Michigan, where he Uved -

sick and shut-ins. theme for this affair is": ST. PAUL AME tors, and friends for help making Miry L, Mayfield,reporterThe for more than 30 years.His

i Visitors arealwayswelcome "Showing Forth God's Love Rev. T. C. Kelly, pastor their anniversary wonderful survivors are his wife, M.s. :
at St. Mary's. Let us continue to pray for Miry Amos, reporterThe last Sunday. Pastor's Aid Club is Rebecca Mickey, a daughter, l.
CHURCH OF THE TRANS- the missionaries, the sickand happy for your cooperation
Friday night will be a musical Mss: Marion Mackey and a '
FIGURATIONFr. men in the Armed Services. pastor and officers wish : given in the behalf of our financially and spiritually. sister M:s. Ellen Wallace ofthis

Elisha Clarke, Jr., vicar Visitors i are always welcome to thank its many: members and Men Sunday School 9 a.m. 11: city. i.
Sunday, September 3, the 15 to our services. friends for making 'our 53 Anniversary ..m. service. Communion Barbecue will be sold at the .
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Sunday after Trinity, .Solemn a success. service will be held at 6:30 church, Saturday, September SOUTH DADE J

Sung Mass, with processionand JORDAN GROVE p.m. with the pastor in charge. 2. You may: call 696-7745 for Sunday was youtn aay at Mt. i r II:

Sermon at 10:45 a.m. will Don't forget "Love Feast"Friday Remember our sick and delivery. Moriah[ It was very inspiring :
be dedicated to the college stu- Rev. C. H.Smith,pastor night at 8:00 p.m. The hut-ins. There will be a dinner sale to i hear our Youth i \

dents of the church friends Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe pastor is asking that as many: Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor and at t the home of Mrs.Susie Wallace Airman Second Class :

re also invited. members and officers as possible Bernice E. Griffin, reporter. 1441, NW71stSt.Satur- Ernest Washington came home

1 Our new college and return- YWA and the church at to attend this service. day, September 2. Call OX 17293 to be with his ill son, Darrell I"

ing students are as follows: large wish to thank the Rev. ST. JOHN AME for delivery. Loren[ who's now in Variety k',

Sheryl Lewis, Xavier Univer- 0. W. West for the anniver- Any junior girl that'wish to Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Children's Hospital. We are 1, I

sity; Cecil Taylor, Carrington sary sermon. serve as a Captain for the Jun- Catherine Willis, reporterThe The No. 2 Choir would like asking your prayers for this

Williams, June Williams, ior Women Day, please give to thank all of participants baby I

Miami Dade; Sharon Fennell, The No. 1 Usher Board will your name to Mrs.Amos, Mrs pastor is asking all who appeared on their anniversary Mrs. Erna Thomas has returned "

Spelman;: Gwennett Simons, sell dinners at the home of Sis Williams, Miss Gay or leave members to attend Love Feaston program on Sunday, from a business trip it

Theresa Rigby, Alicia Smith, and Brother IsraelSmith,2190 same in the office, so we can Friday night, at 8:00 p.m. thus helping to mike it a success to Nassau.

Sheila C. Clarke, St. Augus- NW 73rd St. Stop by and buy a organize as soon as possible In order to be ready for Communion i

tine; Theodore Miller, Ten- dinner or if you would like your Plan now to have dinner with on Sunday.Stewardess Sunday, September 10,there ST. JAMES AME :

nessee A & I; Leo Arbrister, dinner delivered call the chairmanandco-chairm'ln Board No. 2, Choir Nol, will be a tea at the home ofMrs. Rev. F. E.Sneed,pastor "'

Anthony Armbrister and Mrs. 696-5424. Bro. Earl Bannis-- Sunday September 3, this is to and Usher Board No. 1, will Callie Faison 1229 NW70th Joseph R. Marshall, reporter

Phyllis S. Patterson, FloridaA ter is president. benefit Women's Day, serve all day Sunday.We ) St., from 4- 6 p.m., sponsored Marion Daniels and the Au- : "

& M. To these students we All C. A. Gibbs Club mem- > by Usher Board No. 1. ist-ites smle and say"thank
Let's not
wish a most successful year. forget our Men'sday bers are asked to attend their were glad to have Sister you" for helping us. Mrs. C. :

Winter schedule of servicesis October 8th. Please pay Annual Spring meeting, Sep- Hattie Brown in service again The No 1 Usher Board will Porter and the September-: ;

as follows: Sunday Low- your assessments; men, $25; tember 10, at 5:00 p.m. Sunday. celebrate its anniversary, are sponsoring an all Day BarBQ :

Mass, 7:30 a.m.; Church women $10; junior boys $5; Congratulations to our many Marshell Williamson will Sunday, October 8, at 3.00p.m. Labor Day, September k

.chool, 930a.m.;SolemnSung junior girls $3. Bro. H. Dixon members who record certifi- lead off the pew Rally along Sunday, October 15, there 4, at 7006 NW 19th Ave. To the '
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Mass, with procession and chairman and Deacon Sid- cates for being members for with 23 leaders. will be a tea at the home of ptember-ites please accept Ii"

sermon, 10:45 a.m, Wednes- ney Pirrish is cochairman.The 20 years or more to them we For the college students and Mrs.Mary Mayfield, 2940 NW our best wishes and hopes thatthis

day Choir rehearsal 4:30 public is always welcome say "Keep up the good work." young men going away to the 69th St., from 4-6 p.m.spon- September willbeboth

p.m.; Low Mass,800p.m.Sa to worship with us. Remember our sick and Army, from our church, let's sored by Jr. Usher Board. fruitful and fulfilling.

turday Acolyte rehersal, Let us remember the sick shut-In and say a special prayer say a word of prayer for them Remember to pray for our I i Remember you are always,
1:30 p.m. In our prayers. for them. and our sick. sick and shut-in members. '\welcom';

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National l Baptist Convention' toMeet Fascell To Lead Square Dance at

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/ 'lh Denver; Sepfeaiiier'5VdThe : )H! n; i ,1"" ;Annual' Labor Day PIcRic ; I .


Congressman Dante B. Fas- Fascell and the Miami Scottish tant part of the picnic of courseis

I mighty army 20,000t ing with the causes and-some some of America's I great cell will lead the first square Rite Bagpipe Band. Starting the food,and the serving will
delegates and visitors led by recom l1p.nded steps for dance at the 18th annual Fas- time for the picnic is 11:30 start at 12 noon. This year's
overcoming Dr.
preachers including
cell to be a.m., the square dancing will menu features Hot dogs
their General, Dr. J. H.Jack- the tensions Labor Day Picnic : ;
the C. A. W. Clarkof Dallas,Texas ,
son, who has been presidentsince trouble and bitterness out of Moses Newsomq of West heldon, Labor Day.September start at 12 noon Speeches will baked beanfe; macaroni;
1953, will converge on which these riots have sprung. Virginia' ; and Vice President J4ti. | .at Crandon: p?f t;aecNjrdingto be held to a minimum\ this year relishes; chicken cacdtore, ;
Colorado, September ; picnic i chairman Ed and the official program begins earlic bread; cake; Coke and
Denver
at large, Dr. E.Doyal B1l1oups
will six Swanko.For the very first at 2 p.m. The most Impor- Sprite.
5-10. They represent There will also be a reporton of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.The .
million three hundred thou- a sum nit conference ofNe- meeting begins Tuesday time the annual Fascell Labor :: :' :' <

sand Baptists, the largest or- gro religious leaders:on civil night, September 5 with a mas- Day picnic, which Is a tradi- r
ganized body,of Negroes in the rights that was called in Chi sive musical program. The tional Labor Day event in Dade

United States of America and cago, November 3, 1966. And, first business session opens County, will feature square r 1 1I
dancing with a special exhibi-
the second largest body of as a result of correspondence Wednesday morningSeptember 4IGDf d
tion most
Dade
by County's
in the world.The dele- DPQ
between
Baptist the president of the 6 with a season of prayersfor outstanding of :r
group square
gates will come from prac- convention and Russian Bap- pardon, for personal sins ..
dancers The Crosstralls
tically every State In the Un- tist on Vietnam and other dis- and failures and petitions for touie:4JIinmi iJ
Square Dance Center under the I
ion and from every level and cussions among Baptist lead- the guidance 0 f God in all of
direction of caller Gordon
strata of American society. ers, there will be presented to our efforts and for the welfareof .
They will come from univer- the convention resolutions on the Nation and for the peace Blautn. : tmesSAMPSON'S I
sities, c o 11 e g e s,and secon- Vietnam, of the world. In this 87th Annual :
dary schools; from the ranksof Session of this Conven- The Congressman especially -
business, the professions, Another historic feature tion, the purpose still is Gos- asked that we feature square :::: on your ::::
will be the
labor and from great cities, launching of the New pel persuasion and not physi- dancing this year for the many l j U
Book written by Dr.J.H,Jack-
towns, and the rural areas of cal pressure, faith and not people who enjoy a good old 4 5 tit 1'12
the South. This is not an army son entitled Freedom's, "Unholy Shadowsand force and a fellowship of believers fashioned picnic and like doing utltJAq 1,1 1-
Holy Light.
for conflict or confusion.They in Christ working together the dance originated in this
will not gather in bitterness, Sermon will be delivered by for the salvation and the country.. The Congressmantold

anger, or in a spirit of hatred preservation of all who believeIn me that although he hasn't
and revenge. They will come FIRST' BAPTIST God as Creator and Fatherof done a square dance himselfIn

with a determination a Rev. W, M. Davis, pastor all mankind. After all of many years, he will lead the
hope that the cause of Justice, Donella Turner, reporterThe these years, this convention first set since he will have at r rsr
freedom, equality and the represents a group of people few days to recover anyway," rr r
message of Christ may continually pastor is asking all who still believe in themselvesand Swanko declared. r
spread and grow in the members of the'church, to their Christian mission

hearts and minds of man. meet Friday night, September under God. They also believein
Once again the picnic will be
1, for business meeting, busi- their nation and In law and
with led
started a parade by
ness of vital importance. order andembraceanAmerica
,
The theme of the convention, -
"The Christian Witness in the that is big enough for all
The Laymen Brother Hood of all
Modern World reveals the people races and nation-
would like to remind their alities and
potentially strong
motive and the mission of the
many friends that they are still enough to give freedom to all CENTERVILLA
meeting. The keynote addresses -
selling barbecure and potato) at home and to share it with KINDERGARTEN
will be delivered by
pies at the church every Sa- nations abroad.
the President, Dr. J. H.Jack- turday. 5861 NW 17th AVENUE :;. .. .... I
son of Chicago, Mrs.. Mary 0. ZION HOPE CERTIFIED PERSONNEL 1 ii; -
Ross of Detroit, Michigan, Tan Dean
Rev. Paul Freeman,pastorSis. HOT LUNCHES ny
Mayor McCree of Flint, SECOND BAPTISTRev.
E. Jackson, reporterThe PICK-UP SERVICE I .1
Michigan, the Mayor of Den- J. A. Ferguson, pastor No. 1 Usher Board wishto REGISTER NOW SEPIA MAYOR ,. :
ver, Colorado,the Governor of Last Sunday our hearts were say thanks to everyone for ;j1 ,I I'J> i11' :
Colorado and Vice President, 691-7796 OR 6963302Mrs.
Indeed glady to welcome our their loyal support on their an-
Hubert United States H. Humphrey of America.of the pastor andhisfamilyback niversity Sunday, August 27. R. E, Copeland, Sup. ,\\ :\\\:

from their vacation in Vir- The chairman of the Wo-
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ginia. men's Day program is asking ;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;\::::::,;

a There will be a report from plans are underway for our everyone to please report to .". .",
\ a secret committee appointed second annual banquet which your captain Our morning J'a7' : .'7rr;awJ. ,,
t by President J, H.; Jackson to will be held in November. speaker will be Mrs. Penny- "' ;M MARKW4
investigate the causes of race Watch for future developmentsand ington of Perrine. That wlllbe !

" riots i In some of our cities. make plans now to be the fourth Sunday in Septem-
:', These committees have worked there.

confidentially and have Bring your family and ber.Our pastor will leave next >" 1466 NW 62 ST. 1

gathered material without friends to the Labor Day Pic- week for a vacation we hope in .
publicity. Out of this study will nic at Crandon Park. Ticketsare advance he will have a nice "' +

come some resolutions deal- still available. trip. 1,: free Delivery 696-5711 :


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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. September 1, 1967


I' ; Catholic Welfare Burea __Work Jt Garvey Told in Memorial' l Service ; I

:' Opening Free Clinic'.1j \ r hearts of the masses and gave Garvey to acquire and supportthe
them e reason for living. He urgent aims and objects of
j Two new programs, which NW 71st St., according to Dr.: / came at a time when the world the foundation, chief of which
will provide free medical as- Ben Sheppard, director of the seemed to be asleep but they are the unmarried mother and
sistance and family counsel- Catholic Welfare Bureau. : were soon to be awakened by her child and the old people who
,, ing for those in need, are being The new clinic,which will be 1UF the war that was to take the are begging on the streets and
established the Catholic staffed by members of the Catholic ,
by Negro across the Atlantic to the poverty so obvious to
Welfare I Bureau, it was an- Physicians Guild, will \ k., l' join forces with the manpowerof everyone.We .
nounced this week. be opened several nights a .. ,
.
: the world. He distinguished
Located in the heart of Mia week to provide medical as- \ ( want to establish farms,
j'rr. j'\ himself and earned for his
mi's fast growing northwest sistance to those in need, and I: r. country and race laurels. and homes for woman and
district, a new medical clinic will serve children primarily, j.' children and train and put to

will openinearlySeptemberat said Dr. Sheppard. !: :- -...'.......r", Mrs. Garvey spoke of the work able bodied men and wo-
economic she had done men whom no one cares about.
'"'"':':': : :"":':':':':'''':''' survey
: of the Carribbean and of the Mr. Joseph Kennedy, a director -

: J dire ed people.need of If the we less can privilege help themto the needs of foundation of Jamaica and,spokeof the
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r" 1 1I are start people, to who realize are concerned that there Garvey this great Foundation struggle can for playin hu-

DIG 9 about them and their lives, if man survival. He reviewed the
a ,we can help women and child lives of the great leaders the
r ren to find their way, we will world and declared that Marcus -
I I have won a great battle. In the Garvey equalled many and

.:.: ,.,.'f( (,TOt.. ""\ .... Carribbean woman and child surpassed most in his attain-
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suffering and arevery much in
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Wqe' 4 need of the basic necessitiesof Highlight of the service wasa
life.A recorded address emphasizing -
foundation has been the sayings of Mucus Gar-

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very touching service in the Caribbean on our doorstep.Mrs. eOft91tMtda tGIIIGd
I I II memory of the late Hon. Mar- Garvey outlined a brief
ON ITS cus Garvey was held at the St. history of Africa and of Marcus -
Ann's African Orthodox Garvey's interest and rea-
Church on Sunday,July 20.The son for focusing so much on Upon the 45th Anniversary of service by The
I I III Rev. Barr, pastor of the Africa, in large measure to
45 AfUWJtWN church presided, was assistedby encourage the Negro to realize Miami Times to the people of Greater MiamiPerry's
the Rev. Stafford Sweeting.Rev. that he came from a great
Barr, after welcomingthe country and that he possesseda
audience and recalling the heritage, vast,and wide and Florist
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II I historic memories oftheGar- deep. Mrs. Garvey emphasised -
Richardson Morturary veyan advent in Miami, introduced the fact that Garvey did not
the featured speaker, live in vain. He aroused the
1 4500 NW I7>h AVENUE 1 1'1'i the co-founder of the UN[IA, Negro as no one ever did be- 4340 NW 7th Avenue Phone: 754-8061
Mrs. Amy Ashwood Garvey, fore and made him aware of
who would like to ease the bur- himself and his destiny. He
i den of the suffering people in breathe hope into the ears and I I

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:,; The National Organization .



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: \' Trade Unions offer you: <\

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; HAVE YOUR OWN UNION '

ELECT YOUR OWN OFFICERS.

RUN YOUR OWN AFFAIRS
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The NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF
'; INDUSTRIAL TRADE UNIONS (NOITU)
\, is a federation of local labor unions dedicatedto :
serve all of its members regardless of race, SECURITYWORKING
color or creed. -
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For its members it has instituted a systemof
insurance which provides for a death benefit C0 :
of up to $30,000.00 for accidental death, and AC '
$10,000.00 for natural death ; dismembermentup 1V : .
to $20,000.00; weekly sickness and accident VA N C E
payments up to $60.00; maternity sick leave \\Y
with pay for our female members ;,Blue Cross GRRDGEDUR E -
and Blue Shield with doctors' visits ; free eye
glasses and examinations ; blood plasma ; oxy. AN b ,
gen ; ambulance service ; wheel chairs and NEAgRE PRp
crutches ; etc.

All of our Union contracts provide for 0UCAT10N t
holidays and vacations with pay ; guaranteed I
seniority and daily overtime pay as well as "
other benefits.

ws + ,ww..M...... NOITU is a modern organizatiojj-twhich.,,...
functions for the membership. Our members : .
have learned that it does not cost to belong to :

NOITU. it pay.. o k
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SENATOR JACOB J.JAVITS:"The work of responsible labor groups such !;::|::SENATOR HARRISON A. WILLIAMS OF NEW JERSEY LIKE SENATOR
I as yours has been an immeasurable help in making our nation the great and'.\JAVITS, TOLD THE NOITU MEMBERS:
prosperous land it is, and has made the American workingman the envy of :.:.
| the world. j::;i' "It is self evident that almost all of the great strides of this country in
;::i:uplifting the standard of living of American worker would not have been
"The struggle for better working and living conditions depends on our :::ij: possible if leaders of the labor movement did not raise their voices .
I continued growth and strength as a nation.We must constantly strive to expand ::::: "i urge you to continue your aggressive participation in molding and formulating -
I our industries to meet the challenges and the promises of the future. :::1 j: public opinion GFf
Your record in working for better.medical and dental care as well as for :::j:: "And,'I urge you,to continue to be the, MOST PERSUASIVE lobbyist in- the
Improved working conditions for your members, is a source of inspiration ::::: interest of the people of this country tdday. '
and I know you will continue and expand your efforts in the future. My warm :::1: "I congratulate youfor what you have done lathe past and what I know you
regards to all :::will continue to do only in your own self Interest and preservation but in the
.. .. .. :::: interest of the people of our cities and our nation.

THE SENIOR SENATOR'FROM NEW'YORK IS WORTH LISTENING TO. ::::;:THESE STATEMENTS SHOULD BE ENOUGH FOR YOU TO SIT UP AND S.SENATOR .
WHEN HE SPEAKS HE MAKES SENSE. HE LIKES N. 0. L T. U. j::I:TAKE NOTICE. WHY DON'T YOU SEND IN YOUR APPLICATION TODAY.

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Telephone;; JE 2-3586 National i.w Organization; i i of -.1! I R


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:::: ""'" Trade Unions, and authorize and designate this Union to represent me :::: JAVITSr
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WILLIAMS
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I, THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 1, 1967 2T

Anthony Gardiner Was A Credit To His CommunityThe


Masters Colt::.. Ii I : ) ) that,all'?'Vas' Veil. On August 8, 'I ,: \

I 1967, approximately, 2 p.m. ,
BY WILLIE JAMES MATTHEWS there became a doubt as to his
I' health. He was rushed to Jack- : '
Anthony Evadoes Gardinerwas As a principal he selected his son Memorial Hospital and ti'p:
born to Elsadia and An- faculty from those he though1 while his faithful wife, a devoted : : \
thony E'. Gardiner on April 29, were interested and best pre- cousin anti several i
1915, in Hallandale, Florida. pared, havingthe child as their members 'of his faculty sat !
He was the youngest of two first concern. As a husbandand weeping.and praying that ,. I II.
sons born to this couple. An father, he was kind, loving;a miracle would happen,God's
older son, Percival,precededed and devoted. He demonstratedwhat finger touched Anthony Gar- 1
him in death, 21 years ago. a model home should be. diner and he fell asleep.
As a preschooler, his par- These are some of the attri- What a loss, what a shock,
ents sent him to the private butes of Anthony Gardiner. for he was the kind of young
school of Mrs. Mary Black. In 1964 it was disclosed by man so needed for the full de- +
Anthony Jr. enrolled in the his physcian that there was a velopment of the race. As the

public schools of Dade Countyand cardiac disturbance, top men news of his passing spread, .
as a young lad he Joinedthe in the m'dlcalprofession were friends, condolences and flowers : 4.'
staff of the Miami Timesas immediately consulted and\ came from far and near, 4
a newsboy. He was later after weeks In a hospital and His funeral, held on Saturday w ,.
promoted in the plant to learn many tests administered lie morning, August 11, 1967 was *
the Job of printing. Herehe was pronounced as being in one of the largest ever held in <
earned wages that helped his fine shape only to make monthly Miami The beautiful St.Agnes 1 at'V M
parents with his college ex- visits to his physician for Episcopal Church was filled
vences. check ups. This was done. LateIn an overflowing.
Anthony graduated from the June he became tired and\ In the long funeral proces-

Booker T. Washington High was ordered to Miami Beach sion came members of Dade c'r yr t' 1't
School in 1933. He was very Heart Institute but was released County School Board led by Dr. y 1 { + i AI.YL ay f V

proud of his class for it had on July 7, 1967, witha writ- Joe Hall, members of the I ;: ,
won the distinction of sendinga ten medical statement that faculty of Booker T. Washington -
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number of prepared m and there was no danger, nothing High School where he ser- i + y wA
women into the world to make to be alarmed about, Just the ved as principal. The princi- r
great investments in the livesof necessary precautions Relatives pals of Dade County Schools,
youth.He teachers and friends felt with whom he associated, the .
entered Florida A & M
College and graduated in 1937
cum laude.i He immediately
entered the University of r
Michigan to increase his wis-
dom and knowledge in prepar- r
ing him self for the task that

he had chosen for his life's .. r. .."
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work. It was there that he received ;iI\\ "il."1-"," ., ,:'!/"" ,,1.". "r '. _
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his masters degree.His .iit. I ,
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country was at war and he -....- .N,1 ". .._, '!ol m..:.....".., f 'IIi F "'1. ,... 1...".... 'IRIt.to ..-

enlisted in the Armed Forces Alpha Phi Alphas, his frater- Ellsha Clark and DeaconH rest amid hundreds flowers
and served as a Lieutenant nity, then his Immediate facul- ; E. S. Reeves. The order of from the Coconut Grove
during the second world war. ty of George Washington Car- service is said to be the Area, where he worked and
In 1945 he returned to his ver High School. Their expressions highest accorded any memberof lived with his family.As rela-
home and was saddened be- showed every, sign the church. tives and friends departed for
cause of the death of a loving) of grief Father Lambert There were newsmen and their homes someone boldy
devoted mother. He found peace Sands celebrant of the mass, photographers, all displayingthe said "Thank God for our hope
and solace in St. Agnes Epis- was assisted by Father esteem In which Anthony which lies in the resurrection -
copal Church where his par- Thedore Gibson and Father Gardiner was held.He was laid ." .

ents labored and served. An- We are proud to join forces with a grateful '.................a*...............e................. .i..
himself to
thony was taught
love and work for the cause Dade County community I in extending our : s

of his kingdom. It was here that heartiest congratulations to: : :

Anthony served in his pre- .. ..
Miimi Climes
teenage days as an acolyte under 1tt1e .
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the priesthood at the late se

Father G. W. Blackett. Laterhe on the occasion of itsWanker .. .. ..

was of to the become Sunday superintendent School anda 45th ,4Mive 444q i ) eo/toita datw/td i

member of the Vestry Board ... '." ,
under the priesthood of the late Funeral Home :. 'k\ t.t"":!'r:M! 7 ..

Father John E. Culmer.As e
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a teacher he taught in the 6101 NW 15th AVENUE PHONE: 691-9151 '. '
Mays High School and later at tofttfce !

the George Washington Carver : :
High School, where his stu- .

although dents loved they and stated respected, "he him was i Jtutmt June: i

tough and saw to it that you

came to school prepared to re- eo/t9 walatiofUaftd : 1!'"f *,."*'. .. J 'i-"1' :
cite," Mrs. Lillian Wiggins \ I' tJ. \ """i"I...
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Sands as a teacher and I'' I
history ")' \ 'H' f 'i l:i',:nr; ,
Mr. Willie James'Matthews ,"
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speak of hi m ,1$ a discipli- ,
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narian who could keep order. e4t l W i4Itt4 : .d ../ '. .IJ{ '. 'j ; I. 1 :
Captain Floyd Dawson, now S ,'t... of i S
serving in Vietnam speak of
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him as a counselor and adviser .4St AltlUuf/UQIUfr": ; I IIit.1
These comments and I w : : '
many others are made by men TO :

and women boys and girls .; .
whom he has taught.As .
from .
a principal his teacherswho : r.
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knew him best state that It 4e 4tiami imeson : i .:-
he was mild mannered and soft .

spoken, and he never raised ... Bill Burns :: i
his voice. Neither did he sneak
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behind them, but got the most yourMaurice .,:""j(
out of a full day's work. Thisis l,' FRIDEN, INC. ..Wf. !
and .. ee
proven by the records "
plans Anthony Gardiner left :
behind for the 1967-68 school 45 ruUuMAMII \ .. ", "'" .
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year. ." .
He was married to Miss : .e

Quillne Turner. This un- =;:::':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':':::':':':':::':::.:::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::
ion brought forth four child- !Ir! i1 !
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ren, Judith Marie, a Junior at
West Virginia State College, .i1.1 Body copy of The Miami Times 'set on $. :
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Elsadie Delores, and AnthonyIII FerreMEMBER : 1 1 Justowriters by The Friden Co. :=;:1 :
and a baby boy who died at

birth. Asa friend Anthony 1 l ;;: ; ; ; ; ; ;; ; \\J::' i
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cere. As a teacher he tried to FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES i .
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instill In his pupils to get all

there was to be gotten, all that ", ," ', :' ," ;1' ,. !

schools, colleges and univer- .
sities had to offer, "as this is r. i,,,' .., .: ; ,"*,orw- I
what it takes,you must get it." A.. r : :t...........:......e............................ee.e.....




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on your
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45g4. i.it daqTropical ( I

Free Pick-up and
Mrs. Gussie Thomas, 78 of :::::
Delivery ServiceCentral
17516 Duval Avenue died on i
August 28th at the Paravalla ParkTHE
Convalescent Home.
Funeral services will be Heating System f
held Saturday, September 2, k
at 4:00 p.m., at Mr. Morlah Registration is in Progress Open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1
Baptist Church, Rev. Edcar,
pastor of tic ia Hng.Bethel- You may call 696-7796 or 696-3802 !
Williams Funeral Home In
charge,of arrangements. Mrs. R. E. Copeland
Survivors, include a son, KILPATRICKS OF
Roosevelt; daughter-in-law,
Rosa Lee and great grand
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family.children andentire Cooper Spic & Span
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W W. ;nfefWer :<, Wins UGA i I I
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x By 7 StrokesDefending j 4



champion Lee Elder Maria Oljvera.1 of Mia p\ : 1
of Washington, D. C.fired Chores won the 1-14 division.' WORLD
a 7 -hol 'e en'par 284 ovef I
BY HARRY SPEAR ,, The f1 rs t day lead in the
the City of Miami Country Club
professional division went to
course to take the 41st annual
John Harris, of Jackson, BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over
United Golfers Association
TWIN DOUBLE AND PERFECTA BACK AT FLAGLERThe Miss., who carded a one-un-
tournament strokes
by seven
Flagler Kennel Club launches what could well be the August 21-25. der-par 70. El l der' was tied

greatest season In its 37-year history on Labor Day Monday, with Starks at 74, for fourth THE TIMES A MIAMI INSTITUTION FOR TWO
Sept. 4, with a holiday crowd of ten to twelve thousand expectedfor Second place in the profes- place behind Jim m 1e Mc
the opening night's performance.Ray sional division went to Nathaniel Millan of New York City, 72, AND HALF DECADESOnce

Randle's former Flagler Derby winner, Copier, is ex- Starks of Atlanta, 1965 win- and George Johnson, also of
pected to head the field for the 38th annual after ner, with a 291 total over the Atlanta, 73.
Inaugural, in every half century at least, it happens that the In-
showing brilliant form while winning the Mile High Derby at 6,630-yard par 71 championship :: Elder, 29, racked up a three gencies efforts of a frail beginning becomes the Joyous reality
Denver, Colo., recently. course. unde 68 on the second of those whose faith in its essence has over-powered the obstacles -
r-par
Others considered as certain starters in the opening night of its accomplishments-so it is with the Miami Timeson
round however and
James Everett, Sr. of Miami was never
feature include B. Stutz'
F. (Happy) allUrnFlager track headed.In its forty-fifth anniversary.This .
topped the men's amateur
champion, Comstat; Barney O'Donnell's Andare, winner of the earlier wins this standard bearer of the Negro press in Florida is the
night with a 313 total for the year,
Gold Collar Classic at Miami Beach and 0 K. Duke Jr.'s
product of seemingly unsurmountable handicaps, which
never
72 holes, with the senior men'stop elder took the North-South,
Mettled, one of the leading winners at the Beach. at Miami i The Jim Brown in the least daunted its founders or cause them to serve'rightor
spot going Thomas Wes- : Open,
As the Miami Times went to press, racing secretary Carroll left from their established goal.
ton of Detroit at Cleveland Schaefer Beer
with 54-hole
a ;
Toler still was considering Lightning Hill B. B.'s Contract isas
total of 253. Open, Spring Valley,N.Y., and Today on the forty-fifth anniversary of this medium, it
the Palm Beach Derby winner,Vildina;George Fulton's$7,500 the Rochester (N.Y.) Open. it was then, the relentless effort of all its associated per-
Hollywood Derby winner, Astro;G.W.Leishear's Leighlin Pigeon Ethel P. Funches, of Wash- sonnel to give to its readers, a release of unbiased informa-
and several others to fill the other four spots. ington, D. C., took senior wo- Elder, a slim 5-8,155- tion in a clear, concise, intellectual and asethetical form. I
Copier who won the Flager track championship last season men's honors with a 54-hole pounder, is a consistent Looking the Sports World Over came upon the scene some
with 15 victories including the Derby, beat out her litter mate, total of 270. straight hitter, seldom off the ten years ago and has thoroughly enjoyed the position it has I
Discreetly, winner of the $80,000 International Classic 'last fairway in tournament play, gained as an Integral part of this institution. Much laudation I
spring, for her Inaugural assignment.First In Junior divisions, played at but credited his putting and goes from this cor n e r to the TIMES for its ability to stand I
of the 12 races on the opening night program will go off the City of Miami LeJeune Golf wedge play for the win. against great odds and move steadfastly down the road of sur- I
at 8 p.m. For the second straight season the track will offer Course, August 21-22 Max vival to its Forty-Fifth Birthday. ,
both the Twin Double and Perfecta wagering addition to the Castro of Miami won the boys Elder plans on playing the
standard quiniela, daily double, winplaceandshow.The 18-20 championship flight with Leroy Tire Open in St. Louis, EXCELSIOR LEAGUE TO HOLD BUSINESS
Twin Double again will be on the 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th a 36-hole total of 148.A beginning Sept. 2, and then attending SESSION SEPT. 8
races with $3 Perfectas on the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th. the Professional Golf
brother-sister combination ers' Association school at The competent secretary of the Ex- 0;.:
DOLPHINS LAST EXHIBITION CAME ON TV Tony and Vllma Hadererof Palm Beach Gardens Oct. 2-9. celsior League, Dennis Peak, Jr, soundedthe
The Miami Dolphins will have their probable last National Miami Shores, battled to call of organization to all captains and
Football League competition and their positive last preseason sudden-death wins in the boys Waiting nearly 10 years to team members to meet at the Clover Leaf p agreat
game of the'.current season when they face the new Orleans and girls 15-17 divisions, become a PGA touring pro, Lanes on Thursday evening, September 8.,
Saints, in Charleston, S. C., Saturday night, Sept. 2. Kickoff while Mike San Filippo of Mi- Elder will hit the tournament at 8:00 p.m.
time in Johnson Hagood Stadium will be at 8:00 p.m., and will ami took the boys 11-14 hon- trail as soon as he receives his The world is that all matters of organization -
be televised over channel 7. ors. PGA Approved Player card will be cleared on September 8 and
The "Come from Behind Dolphins' need a victory in this following the schooling.The bowling will begin on September 15th.
engagement in order to have a winning exhibition record. They In other girls Juniors, 1968 UGA national tour- There. will, be much. league business. of
came from 1 behind: to achieve a 19-2 victory over Denver, and a Sheila Scott of Ashtabula, O' io nament will be played In Wash- importance to be discussed u many PEAKS
10-7 win over Buffalo.And they also camp.from behind in subsequent won in the 18-20 division, and ington, D. C. decisions requiring a league majority to be
games with San Diego and Atlanta. But in the latter two made; so don't throw your chance of having the best organized
contests they could not hold their margin of supremacy and league in the city down the drain by not attending.
suffered close fourth-quarter defeats 20-19 to San Diego .

.?..and 27-17 to Atlanta. The latter gam, played in Miami be- Congratulations Best Wishes to NORTHWESTERN BULLS OPEN SEASON
fore 50,822 marked the first inter-league competition for both AGAINST CENTRALCoach
teams.
Meanwhile, The Saints, the new success story in pro football, Wanza of the Northwestern Bulls, looking hopefullyover
were busy in the Pacific Northwest, meeting the San Francisco WqeJminnti his brood during a practice session, could not erase the
'49ers, in a Saturday night (Aug. 26))contest in Portland, Ore. thought of what a difference there would be if he could have
The Saints, under Coach Tom Fears,are at the moment believed had his squad together even a week or two earlier.
to be the best expansion team ever assembled in the Witnrs "You see," he laments "several of my most dependable
history of pro football. In their first contest,they lost a close boys find it necessary to maintain odd jobs right up until prac-
16-7 decision to the L. A. Rams. Then came successive vic- tice time."
tories over the St. Louis Cardinals, 23-14, and the Pittsburgh Coach finds this a disadvantage because they fall so far behind -
Steelers, 2017. Their fame with the Dolphins will be the Saints on your 45th Anniversary in the necessary conditioning before they enter the con-
lone exhibition battle against an AFL club. .v tract drills that eventually lead to a spot on the team
Nevertheless come September 14th he will field a team aid-
LAST CHANCE TO SEE MARLINSAfter Roberts Drug Store ed by the phasing out of Booker Washington against CentralHi

Monday night's game,interviewed last year's Orioles that is rearing to go and will go we think to the tune of an
leading pitcher who was sent down to the Marlins to get his 590 W. FLAGLER 371-1501 8 and 2 season record.CERTIFIED.
sore arm back in shape.He said that after six innings of pitch-
ing he didn't feel the slightest bit of pain that he has been feel-
ing all year. He hopes he can be of help when he returns to
Baltimore. The last of the Mirlins schedule homo games is: NURSERIES i

Friday, Saturday, Sept. lst-2nd, Marlins vs.West Palm Beach, 1
game time is 7:30 p.m. Sunday, (Sept, 3rd, Marlinses.; Fort KINDERGARTENSMEMBERS
L9uderda}q. This will be all she wrote, Make. ,this last schedule,
tie biggest turnout' of the season. 31N COLOR OF STATE INCORPORATED ;

ORIVE IK '1NEATRE"TONIGHT ORGANIZATION
AN OPPORTUNITY I'D LIKE TO TAKE .

During the UGA Golf Tournament,I met three gentlemen who Jackson's Toddle Inn Poitier's Nursery &
rate a msntion for the way they took to your Sports Writer. THROUGH SATURDAY 3038 NW48th Terrace \ ''Kindergarten
There was nothing too !good they could do for me. Two of these 1 I
gentlemen are counselors at the State Prison of Southern 6344308St. 1480 NW 60th Street :

Michigan, Noel Jackson and Mel Harris. The other is Earl 691-0143 or 691-6947 '
Davis. Two of them received trophies for their good shooting.
Agnes' Kindergarten Centervi Kindergarten
.
They were a good bunch of sports.
1736 NW 3rd Court 5861 NW 17th Avenue

CHRIS DUNDEE TAKE NOTICE NE 4-1910 or NE 5-2307 696-3802 or 691-7796
There is a heavyweight out of Detroit who at the age of 23 is
6-31/2,220 Ibs and has won 14 straight fights without a defeator j Turner's Kindergarten Cox's Kindergarten
draw. I don't want to make this too strong. He has quite a 7168 NW 16th Avenue 1753 NW 4th Court

few K. O's.His name is Alvin Blue Lewis. They predict around 691-6772 or 691-5936 371-8488 or 691-1834
Detroit that he is another Joe Louis. Wall,Chris, you are look-
ing for a worthy opponent for Al Jones. These boys are about Randolph's Kindergarten Kiddie Kollege
the same height and weight, both undefeated. This could be a 1452 NW 54th Street or 377 NW 3rd Ct.
natural. For more information, get in touch with this writer. I 4 "It could be the most" terrifying motion picture 2152 NW 64th Street Deerfield Bch, Fla.
Lewis also boxed Clay a 3-round exhibition. I f t tt have ever made! -AU-'KKD arcr cocK
II I .......................... .................... 691-7988 399-3639 or 399-1120

SUNDAY SEP1 EMBER 3rd I Helen's KindergartenFt. St. James Kindergarten
THE SUPREME SOCIAL CLUB LauderdaleSt. 1845 NW 65th St.

Presents a Mary's W. M. Peterspn's Nursery Sch

Pre-Labor Day Dance Kindergarten and Kindergarten

4798 NW 8th Ave. 2337 NW 58th Street .I
FLOOR SHOW AND FASHION SHOWAt 758-1601 635-4361
the

MR. JAMES CLUB New Bethlehem Laughlin's University

Tickets on sale at the door until 11:00 P.M. 519 NW 40th Street 5605 NW 32nd Avenue

Or Call 758-0388 751-9845 758-8055 696-3534 6341632Spearing

Starting Time is 7:00 p.m. I). TAYLOR JESSICA TANDY, SUZANNE PlESHETTE .,"; TlPpr HEDR



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WASHING MACHINES VENETIAN BLINDS
FREE PARKING LAUNDRY ROOMS N. Estate f{

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When you own a home You own something per Sonny Wright
manent, real -something that, if intelligently
CARETAKERS ON PREMISES chosen, will provide for your 'old age. Buy a 4600 NW 7th AVENUE 151-8642
home and keep it; someday it will keep you.ENOTAP .
Weekly Rates:

$16.00 1 bedroom $20.00 2 bedroom = NO'QIIAtF IYI GL
CALLCARL TON REALTY BROKER
Renting Office open Every Day except Sunday kr new CBS on beautiful large career Iot.,Flat [ t.
roo9; lltty"room, carport. City wetef''andell f
Phone OX 18362NO wntiir for''lawn, Completely : furnllhed' inclu nwaslr1ng' 6353177LET
'. each- ine: thHt.fond'24th'Ayelf$1';00(
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2- 3- 4 BEDROOM HOMES RANGING I IN

.'":.I lisGI.r I!i!! .ij'" r Live rent free HOME in this AND modern INCOME 2 bedroom CBS home PRICES FROM $5,000 TO $50,000

plus 1 bedroom income apartment. 2 car garage, FHA Homes with $300 Down and Up
CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING has an extra shower. Appliances for both units. '
Veterans and Displaced, Persons $100 Down
FHA price $15,500 with $450down and $93.33 mo.
LARGE CBS BEAUTY 3 BEDROOM plus den.
Dining area, large garage. Yes, a POOL too. All Have a Safe Labor Day Weekend
for only $450 down, $14,000 FHA. Closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday

CORNER CBS BEAUTY 2 OR 3 BEDROOM huge FA3HMALlTAlWiLAl RICE CALL US SEPT. 5, 1961AAA4
Fla room, dining room, utility room. $300 down. '9*,r3pTd! room;lY eath'- C13S ;'m'high! S t e
$12,500 FHA. Near schools, shopping buses IcU,' ''Ia'raoni city i'l'water.pIus.ftprinkUlarge ) sys+
,ternto;; water the lot* Electric 'dfah"washe'r;,,
BEAUTIFUL CBS DUPLEX. 2 bedroom each FHA price $15,00 with "$500 down and $96,21
side Large kitchens. Front and rear porch inionth. Key at ourofflce, .
utility rooms, appliances. Near buses, schools, il if '' P > '.>,' t -<
shopping. Good rental area. $600 down. $16,000 r M '


NO FHA.QUALIFYING. LARGE CBS DUPLEX.3 bed. 3 bedroom NEAR, 2 bath ELEMENTARY CBS, 29th Tern SCHOOL Near 12th Ave. King Realty Inc.

room, iKz bath, built-in kitchen, large dining room, Full dining room, and enclosed front porch. FHA ,
large pantry and 2 bedroom apt. completly furn. price only'$12,000 with $400 down and $74.41 mo I
$19,500 total. Reasonable down. and seller pays your closing costs. r r t r


FENCED CBS 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Can be .. "i :,,10, "
used as a duplex.2 stoves.1 refrigerator. $1,000 !!tfl, NORTH MIAMI BEACH ;

total. Qualify: for bank. c 3" bedroom, IK baths, CBS, 151st) Terr,,& HE 14
WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS A"y.Terraso floors, gas heat and awnings'Lge! ,\.,:'"
$100 DOWN FOR VETS& DISPLACED PERSONS reJludyadilHA; price..,$12,900. with' Uoo'down 1 \ 1601 NW 89 STREET
$ 818! :reoath;" W., h a"e" Vey.at;\' -o five.SPACIOUS '.jitir-nmiliMB-iiiiif' Large 2 bedroom home, extra large Fla room, enclosed *
CLOSED SUNDAYS DURING AUGUST 1 front FHA Located .
terms.
porch.
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1 on large corner lot.
LIVING

U1AIT Ei Extra large 2 bedroom CBS, full dining room, 815 NW 84 TERRACE

: 'large Fla room, garage. Appliances and wall to 3 bedroom, terrazzo floors, electric stove, refrig.,
:4240. MW'li,. ,An. 751-555)) 1 wall carpet. Large lot wi th plenty of fruit trees.) air cond., fenced FHA $400 down. $100 to vets
.S\;" .;., ,rk.' 1', .:tr !(;\i :"("i,, ;f1<;iJ" \" : 'f !; 'r..: ,i FHA with $450 down and 9012month. and displaced persons.

825 NW 83 STREET
KFIND SECURITY-HOME AND 'UCUMt : :f"ft".?
We'hoye''aewS: and' 6'unit apartmint buildingshat : 3 bedroomrefrigerator, stove, awnings,carporte,
Buy A House TodayNO .. :,con' be bought with'as, little as $2,500 down nicely landscaped. $100 to vets.
L Live/!'free':in one apartment and collectIncomT1L : 935 NW 83 STREET
QUALIFYING MOVE RIGHT IN 'fromthe"otbers'Theseicre! : :: all modefn, CBS build Ii. .

((1)) J320 .N$229tthheSt. 2bedroom house. $100 t'inyt| 'J ',best.neighborhoods. ; No' red tapeiSELLER 'I r I: $11,500.2 bedroom$100, carport down, cathedral to vets ceiling, total price

PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS .
((2)) 3207 NW 68th St. 2 bedroom house. Modern 2 bedroom CBS, FHA price only $12,500with 1941 NW 88 STREET

$100 down. $22 week.. $400 down and $77.62 month. Tile roof, Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room,
awning windows. City water plus well water for carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 down.
((3)) 3274 NW 68th St. 1 bedroom house. sprinkling the lawn Right near elementary school. '
Bus and shopping. 2161 NW 100 STREET
$50 down. $18 week. .
\ Almostnew, 2 bedroom, custom' built double
rrt car
kSELI.ER ,PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS .
; ].
"f $350 down FHA Vets $100 down.
porte, terms.
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((4)) 596 NW 69th St. $300 down. $25 week. |IT Likernew' small duplejdaif,2020N.-(' ? ..Str't. '
IFj sjijy PJBintedInsfdefand out, jow'u'srdowsiSlargVofY win" ': NO QUALIFYING HOMES
((5)) 4846 NW 16th Ave. $200 down. $23 wk. I | : uj ran; |live| '(free, astthe',lncome. <
[from the* other:side'will make the payment//' Price | WATERFRONT HOME
"with1Z350dow'n! li.tond $73' 09'm'ointh"t'' FHi4 ,
$11.000 ( lW s 9440 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE
((6)) 4612 NW 16th Ave. down. ,
Duplex. $500 '" 0 :" '!'.'5t :1' ;r.i".r", : :Jt"\'tr"r-
2 bedroom with large Fla 'room, completely furn.
$2500 down.
((7)) 1529 NW 51st Terrace 2 houses. $6500 NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYING
.
...
total price. Close in beauty. 2 bedrooms, dining room, Fla 2001 NW 83 TERRACE

room, carport. Stove and refrigerator. $75 month 2 bedroom, fenced, awnings. $54 month pays all.
((8)) 14460 NW 22nd Ave. 18 unit apt. house. and move right in. Steal this one.

For Sale $10,000 Down payment. 8515 NW 14 COURT
1 bedroom home. $65 month. Fenced Good condi
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((9)) 4351 NW 25th Ave. $200 down. $25 wk. 841' CAiMI""K11 Y AhIY i tlHrbli F M l' N eMrE S, F Oil tion.
$ '" 4 i YOd'lrREVETA'R'El44t3' :!! INCOME PROPERTY
DI5PLACED\ AND IF'Voy' CAK MIJFY: 1861 NW 42 STREET
FOR RENT
ijft HAVE- WCOME_ ,, ,PR@PERXIES;, T00REALTY Almost new 1 bedroom duplex. FHA terms. Total
1529 NW 51st Terr. 2 bed. house. $20 wk. price $11,000. $250 down.

4023 NW 20th Ct. 1 bed. house. $20 wk. 2311
NW 95 TERRACE
4612 NW 16th Ave. Duplex. $20 week. Gorgeous custombuilt duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla.
, 14460 NW 22nd Ave.1 bed. apt. $16 wk. room each side, huge closets. 6 years new..

BROKER HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE
VETERANS PAY ONLY $100 DOWN

OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 4932 NW 7th Ave. SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS

BEINGDISPLACED IN URBAN REHEWALAREA
FORD REAlTYINC. Broker PL 94371Open MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS, VETE RANS.CAL L '
Evenings Sundays TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635,4595' PHONE CALL AWAY.




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We take CHILDCARE good care of your kids i

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.WORDS OR LESS SI'50' M FOR ADDI OHAL HORP, youfl [ :' For bachelor ; fqthef! : and .-year-old girl. ;

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON meals free, Includes breakfastand Living in large apt. Sleep in own, air cond.

---- dinner. All working par- apt. with T.V. Light housework. Other help.
FOR SALEOn FOR SALE FOR SALE ents send your kids to me if Call

NW45thStnearNW2Ave. By owner. 3 bedroom 1 bath,; ,$400 DpWN you are working; when they I..n. .: . . . . . .
Home and Income Z CBS beau CBS ;with sprinkler system: ,?' bed, I bath,carporf, fenced come from school:four ch'fld3 .
ties on 11ot. Front house 2 supplied by well, carpet,! corner tyt$>y2,900, total price. ran will>'1be'* given the best of 759-6664. ; :
bedroom, 1 bath, large Fla. drapes and built in wooden 1 m' rtgage. $99 month, pays vare. Prices will suit the individual -
room.. Rear house 1 bedroom, hutch. $12,000. with $1,150. all. Close to NE 163rd Street Ages 26. Babies tool 1
I 1 bath, completely furnished. down buys our equity. 5 1/4% Shopping Center Also, we Louise Store 355 NW 11th St.,
Close to school, shopping and FHA mortgage: at $86.00 per have others from $100 downdon't No. 3. Come and see me any-
bus. No qualifying. No red month, P., I. and taxes. 1220 wait -- call park Manor time up to 8 p.m.
rape. Take over existing FHA' NW 84 Terrace 693-1274. Realty Broker .- 751-8295. OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
Mortgage. At real low inter- Sept. 22 _- New Antitch Moriah Day care
est of 5 1/4%$2700 down, $110 $ DOWN and Nursery now registering. BRING RESULTSNO
pays all. Atlantic and Pacific 720 NW 53rd Street house, 4 NO QUALIFYING Open Tuesuay, September 4.
Realtors6660411.. bedroom, 2 bath, plus extra NO CLOSING COSTS 1831 NW 49th Street. 634-2797
lot, completely fenced, total 19020 NW 43rd Avenue ,

No qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- $12,500.00, no qualifying, 3 bed, Fla. room CBS, rugs, Will care for your child in my
room bath CBS, carport, $1,500.00 down, E-Z monthly: drapes, stove, refrigerator, home from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
large yard take over FHA. 1 one mortgage, partly furnished washer, partly furnished,well 2-5 years. Carrie Lee Kelly, QUALIFYING NO CLOSING COST
mortgage already placed you mist see to believe. pump, garden tools Call now. 16341 NW 18th Ct. NA 4-6455. $500 DOWN BEAUTIFUL HOME
$1200 down $83 month pays all Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW Park Manor Realty Broker '
Atlantic and Pacific Realtors. 54th Street, Phone: 757-5724, 751-8295. HAIR CARE Partly furn. Cloud garage, fenced. Ont air cond.
666-0411. open 7 days. BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL in bedroom. Enclosed front' porch and, enclosed

FOR RENT Beauty Craft Salon will be open rear porch.
TBEDROOMCBS 1601 NW 93rd St., no qualifying 2 bedroom furnished CBS Sunday and Labor Day, 6888 PRICE $10,500 $95 Per Month
2 BATHSNo $1,000.00 down, $13,500 house 5624 NW 5th AVENUE
large yard, pleasant NW 15th Avenue. Around cor-
qualifying-Beautiful 4 bedroom total E-Z monthly pays evey- surroundings near NW 11th ner from Barber Shop.All hairdressings Open Sunday 1.6 p.m.
CBS Pool horn with all thing see today- move to Ave. and 54th St. $30 weekly. and Wigs reduced. I' JACK, MUNACH, BROKER

the exras. Total price$17,500only morrow, Aetna Realty (Broker 759-0823. after 4 p.m. Essie M. Deliford, prop. FR 3-5446
down and assume ) 811 NW 54th St., Phone Or Call ARTHUR 696-9476
$3,300 ;: Phones: Home: Ne 4- 7200 I
Mortgage of $14,200 at $128a 757-5724 Open 7 days. Unfurn. house. 4 rooms plus Shop; 691-9320
month, this is a steal.Com- kitchen. $70 month Includes
pletely fenced, 15 x 34 ft pool, 1779 NW 93rd St., FHA $8,000( water, 2151 NW 96th Terrace. CARTOONS ANDJOKES
beautiful patio outdoor lights, total, only$250.00 down$68.5(
Wanted: Adult Jokes or car
only 6 years old custom monthly one 15 year Fill 3230 NW 45th St., 2bedrooms, toons featuring Negro humor, St. Agnes' Kindergarten
built buitiful modern kitchen- mortgage closing costs, living room kitchen large
,
will for each
pay $5.00 joke 1967
5TH
drive by 8500 NW 24 Ave,then ideal for couple without child front porch. published no jokes can be re- OPENS TUESDAY SEPT. ,
call me.A. Bl'n-Kori,Realtor, ren or single man or woman: ,,
turned. Tan Cupid I D pt. (9)) HOURS: 7:00 AM Until 5:00 PM
anytime 751-2243. call today, Aetna Realty) $15 per week. 1 bed apt. free 5344 Reisterstown Road, Bal-
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, gas&water. 5041 NW 24th Ave. timore, Maryland, 21215. Trained PersonnelHot
1210 Little River Dr. Phone: 757-5724, open 7 days
Drive by then call me Huge $20 per week. 3 bedroom un- MODELS WANTED Lunches Transportation
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS on the 2500 NW 99th St,corner,CBS, furnished frame. 6738 NW 23 Attractive young ladies to
NE 5-2307
canal, Central air and heat, 2 bedroom, huge Fla. room. Place. model for a new Negro Adult NE 4-1910

large eatin kitchen dinning extra nice, qualifying Magazine. Tan Cupid Dept. 9, Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor
room, plus large Flaroom, $11,000.00 total, take over exIsting 3 bed, CBS, 2 story rear house., 5344 Reisterstown Road, Bal-
hardwood floors. All this for 5 1/4% mortgage 01 $20 week. FR 3-0854. timore, Maryland, 21215.
$22,500, bank terms or cash $9,400.00 $72.76 monthly

to mortgage of $13,000. A. pays everything, we can arrange Bedroom apt for single man or Over 10 Years ExperienceFree
,Ben-Kori, realtor call anytime downpayment to suit couple. $40 per month., FR 3- Estimates Kindergarten ClassesFor

751-2243. your budget, see right now,, 0854. ARNOLD'S WALL/VALL -'\
Aetna RealtyBroker,81lmv) CARPET CLEANING 4 & 5 year old Children begin at
QUALIFYING 54.St., Phone; 757-5724, open Lovely room in convenient lo- .. .."'
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r Lots of house for a small: price 7 days. cation nice middle i l age lady Telephone: 635-5043 Our Saviour Lutheran Church i ii i
3 bedroom 2 bath CBS lot size preferred. Call 751-0294. t
100 x 140, double carporte, CBS, 3 bedroom 2 bath,, Reasonable Prices 2362 NW 95th Street on Sept. 5 at 9 a.m.

plus I large utility. This is a modern built-in kitchen, nc Room in private hom PL 8- Arnold Davis, Prop. Reasonable Rates
beautil spacious home, living qualifying, 80 x 100 lot, total; 4164 1081 NW 61st Street. Call:
room is huge.Wall to wall car- price $12,500 00 $13,000.00( 691-1672 OR 688-3036
pet, air conditioned and heat, down $102.40 monthly pays Private room for man or wo- FOR SALE
stove and refrigerator. Total everything are you ready to man with private bath and in- Comer Lot. 100x100 Between 9 and 12 a.m.

price $17,600only$4,600down move today? Call Aetna Realty trance. 696-3374. 2360 NW 92 Large lot. Easy terms.

and $109 a month pays all, (Broker), 811 NW 54th St.,, Street. We buy & sell property.
seeing is believing. A.Ben- Phone; 757-5724, open 7 days., Need Money ? See Ba-
Room 2141 NW 70th St. Phone
Kori, Realtor, call anytime ron. JE 8-1340.
SR 22's FILED 6916590.

751-2243. Save $,E-Z terms,Auto,home EDISON I
"72'ONW'53rd Street house, Life.Able Insurance Agency, Room In p r Jv a te home for a Specials

4 bedroom, 2 bath, plus extra Inc. Phone: 757-5842, open 7 7 single ladywith moderate
lot, completely fenced, total days. company 944 NW 49th St., For Rent

$12,500.00, no qualifying, 757-4149.
$1,500.00 down, E-Z monthly, 2412 NW 86th STREET OPEN AFTER I P.M. SUNCAY
one mortgage, partly furnished CBS: spotlessly clean, neat, Nice turn room in lakeside Furnished 1 Bedroom
you 'must see to believe neat, and nice.: Florida room home, near bus. References. 110 NW 68 STREET
,Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW and garage. Short safe walk 696-2240. Apartments $350 down, FHA terms for this lovely like new

54 St., Phone; 757-5724.,,open to elementary school $375 $18.50 Week home with 33 ft. Fla roomfenced yard. If you Ilk e
STORE
7 days... down (vets less) $88 month FOR RENT toentertoin. This Is It. 2 reverse cycle air conds
563 NW 56 STREET
Seller pays closing cost. Large 2 window store, busy
Nice 3 bedroom 1 bath exlarge Furniture available. Biscayne location. Good anykind of busi- Owner: 374-6473 121 :4W 68 STREET

Florida room.Enclosed front Realty, Inc. Broker 759-8600. ness. Reasonable rent.741 NW 4 bedroom CBS, plus Fla room. Fine. for large
porch, CBS, tile roof, hard- 62nd Street. Phone 866-8757. family or 2 families. Tile roof. $350 down. FHA
wood floor, wall to wall car- ,'NO CLOSING COST Indef. terms.
pet, fenced, across street from CBS two bedroom, carporte,
\Central High., FHA $14,000, tile roof, neat, 'clean- $11,500 MCCARTNEY'SKINDERGARTEN 115 NW 68 STREETCBS
$450 down $86 month. Vet- FHA-$375 down (Vets less)- HELP WANTEDFirst duplex. No qualifying, tile roof, excellent

erans ordisplaced persons appliances Included, 87th St. terms, reverse cycle air cond. -.
$100 down. Atlantic Pacific area near schools, busses, grade teacher, for pri- ALSO
RE-OPENS
Realtors 666-0411. shopping Biscayne Realty, vate school. 2 or more years $300 down FHA. CBS hone, tile roof, Fla room,
Inc. Broker 759-8600. training some experi- TUESDAY fenced ell heat.
college plus screened Fla porch, yard,
2155 NW 93rd St. Carol ence, dependable and con SEPTEMBER 5, 1967 6th Ave. near 67th Street. { .
CBS, 2 bedroom,. Fla. room, Move to l City, many scientious, pleasant and ALSO '- '
carport.Immediate poss.Cash lovely homes; with low down pleasing personality. Age 25 FOR INFORMATION: 5 units plus 50x140 vacant lot. 1 acre. oil to
payment and monthly payments -
above $10,100/mtg. $78.00 lover than rent Walk totu'sses to 40. Call 634-4304 or 633- PL 9-9JB3 gether.. I huse has 3 bedroom! 2 bethMOi 56th. '
month pays all. No qualifying. 3058, for personal interview totalprlce.E .
Callpvner 6882948. 'school and shopping St. &; 11th _Ave. Only $27,500 .
.' 2, 3, and J.bbdroom"'homes. '.' t
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Open fcyJWflp.a{;.Cordon: days # HAVE MANY .DOMES AND OUflW, F",, ". :: :.
1970 NW 5lst Terrace. Great Akeley, Brokeh-CZf 8430..- School age children. Mom ;' ,
'.home'hargia.CBS, Four years 3253 NW 183rd Street f: y 1* Works; 271-8765 lei ", ROt TERMS OR,MO QUALIFYING.: POR ,
HOMES
old," like new, oak floor, 3 bed, .--- ..' '. IOU CAN BUY ANY ,OF OUR fHA *
.2'baltr and Florida room. J35jjpr $tDOWN ,jH ndyraan ante d. Full pr $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE:/ .YET OR 8EIHC '...'
19 iJl., of:" $16 900..T0T4.L pfrttlmq. Must bavp car F't .:'Furnished House. DISPLACED AND IF YOU. CAN, QUALIFY

';,,''1 .i. ;.:. ...3..e,. eai .2 bath. .. 0854.. *f.....:* 4. .<'-,:.,: '..' }' .S Rooms OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY
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Flat room,tire place -- .. : ,... .
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or N\'I.,
; modern kitchen yeah ?. .
garage, '
Service Station 1endant. R4.: .
Beau. tlful:41argebedfton University of.Miami.:.Call'P4tk ,
ath stove and refrigerator .Must have driver's4.ltcense. $30,Week IBISON REAtTYr Realtors
e 9< 2> 5-59,69,., v"l. '
infixing t truck
Experienced
living room,, '
,1 la Kg: ft:,kitchen, large,newly redeco- T---,: .. robe'excellent'con' >. >t, v todef.2rib ,. .flats, $100 per.'week plus com Owner: 3 74- 473, 175 NW mi St 751-2441 ,. i
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mission. Call -
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