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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 8, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 45, No. 2 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1967 of Pgtle

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{ rr, c w i r Broward r Schools Close; 1 +w' ,;wA S



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Neighboring Broward teachers said this was not ing Dade, Palm Beach, and
Li 111 County schools closed on enough of a raise over the old Collier Counties. Dade has a
Tuesday for 19 days when $5,100 base. base of $6,000 for new teach-
2,535 teachers resigned in a The CTA is demanding new ers, while Collier pays$6,100and
dispute with the.School Board. salary "competi palm Beach $5,800 to new '' ?
tive" with those in neighbor- teachers. u
Dade County schools remained
open and are in no way
affected by the Broward clos- .
ing. No teacher resignationshave Dr. Gore And Dr. Moore
DR. GORE W. GORE JR.i.'r JI
been received here and
none are expected in the near
future. Named To School j \
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Resignations being held by
the Dade Classroom Teach Study Commissionminute
ers' Association will not be

used unless a statewide walk Dr. George W. Gore Jr., 1 state-wide telecast
4 out of teachers is called.Very president of Florida A&M University were? 1
few observers believe this will and Dr Richard V. fighter minimum salariesfor f
come about. Moore, president of Bethune- teachers by 1969.
Cookman have been
The Broward CTA,sent the College, Paying teachers by merit;
named by Governor Claude
board a list of requests for an not years of service and offering -
I Patrol Inspector Richard Harvin working in the Miami port Kirk to serve on the Commission l
education salaries
improved program, top I to keep
for Quality Education in
area. Including salaries more in line good teachers in the class
with those of neighboring Florida.Dr. rooms rather than forcing
Miami
Gets First
Negro Gore and Moore were
I counties; m 0 planning release them to become administrators
the only two Negroes namedto
time a professional I
Border Patrol Inspector ; the 30-man team to make a
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,; communications agreement; a Alternate methods of payingfor -
study leading to an
formal School Board resolu- one-year education especially with
t M,.Richard.Harvin,a native Frederick Douglas High expected dramatic overhaul of DR. RICHARD V. MOORE
tion asking for a special legislative regard to having the state fin
of the WashingtonBaltimore School In Baltimore. He attended session on education; Florida's educational system. ance education, either totallyor Abandonment ofpresent
area, Is employedwiththe Catholic University in and additional state aid to that The study will embrace the to much greater extent Minimum Foundation Pro-
U. S. Border Patrol in Miami Washington, D. C. part of the program for whichit pre-school thru the graduate that it currently does." gram as a method of distributing ,
as an Immigration Patrol Mr. Harvin began his U. S. was intended. school., state funds to counties. I
Inspector. Government career with the Florida teachers were not Businesslike procedures Consideration of the leasing ,
Patrol inspector Harvin Department of Justice in 1962, The ,tywtrd recently adopteda .impressed by.the governor's'fiveyear for all schOOls.ncludingpro- of school buildings< ,constructed -, '
attended schools in the Washington as an,employee in the U.S. sal a r y, scale whfch would ; plan M mainly! 'fee-,gram budgeting-and: a jJtatewwlde by private Industry; .t,
f D. q. and Baltimore Marshal's, Office, in,Washing.. *,\havea started beginning teachers ,t use It offered no' money.fo purchasing system; ConsoUdatloD'otCQUDty
aeas. + tad, lie. ....graduated. from (continued on page 2) f 'at $5,442 a year, but the the demanding Florida Education Constant evaluation of all school systems "that cost
-' -. <-.:. Association which is schools in Florida on the basisof more than they are worth."
pushing for immediate salary achievement, and specialaid Pre-School and kindergarten -
Increases. to those ,systems which classes 1 for all Florida
Grand Jury Indicts 17 In $2.5 Highlights of Kirk's 30- need it.Recently. children by 1970.

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Million Numbers RacketThe Contract Violated ; TenantsGo


Dade County Grand Jury Biggest fish caught in the indictments Graham, 39, 4811 LeJeune ct.; .
Indicted 17 persons Tuesdayfor was veteran Dave Charles Thomas, 52, 825 NW
gambling in a numbers Marcus, now bedded in Cedarsof 55th St.; Fannie Moton, 58, 269 Out On Rent Strike
racket said to gross more than Lebanon with a heart con- NW Eighth St.
$2.5 million a year. The 17 dition. And Patricia Perez, 34
were accused of "engaging in Police identified others under 8550 SW 126thSt.; Walter Per- In mid June 1967Edward in a conference'with ther than the destructive typeof
a conspiracy" to run a numbers arrest as; kins, 55, 550 NW 51st St.; I Schwartz, President of an official from aNew outburst as evldencedby
racket. David Moore, 31, 722 NW Dorothy Perkins, 42, 540 NW EDORE Inc., signed a contract York City poverty program, this summers riots in communities -
55th St.; Bob Davis 52, 2145 51 St.; Alfred Raymond! 31, with William Grayer, President Bernard N. Dyer Director of all over this country.By .
State Attorney Dick Ger- NW 69th Ter.; Joseph Thompson 5311 NW 9th Ave.; Leroy Mun-, of the Biltmore Gardens the Liberty City Community truly involving the people
stein said the indictmentswere 45, 1499 NW 74th St.; lin, 43, 6878 NW 14th Ave. Tenant Delegation. Under the Council, co-designers of this who live in these comet inities
the result of months of Rudolph C. Johnson,31, 4428 Three other persons nam- terms of this agreement the approach along with Attorney in broad based non-profit corporations
work by the sheriff's vice SW 64th CT. Mary C. Smith, ed in the sealed Indictmentswere landlord was given a period of Tobias Simon stated that this that can deal more
squad. 37, 8370 SW 37thSt.; Benjamin still being sought. time to bring the 88 unit is is the only real way to bring realistically with their problems -

comprising BiltmoreGardensup about constructive change ra- : .
to repaid and to properly

Coconut Grove to Get $229,330 maintain these units. Junior
Leads
Dorsey High
ip' At the end of the period of I
time prescribed in the con-
Neighborhood Center tract, the tenants found that Nation in Physical Fitness
.. many of their complaints and

Secretary Robert C. Weaver Elizabeth Virrick Park. ban Development Act of 1965, requests had not been met. The Dade County Schools lead ing, in pull-ups(or flexedarmhand
of the U. S. Department of The area to be served is a as amended, in Section 703. tenants then voted to put sec the nation in Presidential ), sit-ups, shuttle run,
Housing and Urban Development Community Action Program The program provides grantsto tion 26 of the contract into ef Physical Fitness Award win standing broad Jump, 50yard.
has announced approval target area consisting of 4,963 local pubic bodies or agen- fect. ners.A dash, Softball throw and 600-'
of a $173,147 grant reservation families, of whom approximately cies to help finance the development total of 5,680 students yard run-walk.
under the Neighborhood 50 per cent have an.) of multi-purpose This section states that "In passed the series of seven dif "The number of winners
Facilities Grant Program to annual income of less than neighborhood centers that of- the event of any breach of this ficult physical tests in the year alone is not the significant factor

assist Miami! in financing its $3,000. fer programs of service. agreement the landlord recognizes ending Thursday (August 31), ," said T.J.Bleier,super
proposed Coconut Grove The building will contain a Applicatns qualify for pri- the right of the tenant to reported the President's visor health and physical
Neighborhood Center. health clinic, assembly room, ority consideration becausethe collect the rents and place Council on physical Fitness. education for Dade schools.
With approval of this grant offices, classrooms, a child facility will primarilybenefit sam! in escow and to use the Miami's Darsey: Junior "The important thing is that
reservation, the city has been opportunity center, and kit- lowincome facillesor said rentals for the purpose of High, where 347 boys and girls these and wellas
boys girls, as
authorized to prepare final chen facilities. The center will will further'' the 'objectives of doing the repairs and maintenance received the coveted award, others who
plans for the building, in orderto provide such services as employment the local Community Action and performing the other topped the list of National winners haye become participate,
Increasinglyaware
qualify for a grant contract. counseling, job Program, authorized by TitleII convenants required of the of the importance and
The HUD grant will cover training, HeadStartactivities, of the Economic OpportunityAct landlord in this agreement.' Dade's winners were among elements involved in the de-
about three-fourths of the estimated remedial education, housing of 1964. Non-profit groups 5,967 report e d for Florida, velopmentand maintenance ofa
total development cost assistance, relocation ser- may contract with public body This new approach towards more than for any other state. vigorous, health body."
of $229,330.The vices, health services, legal applicants to own or operatethe dealing with housing problemsin California scored second,with
new 10,000 square foot aid, financial and welfare aid, facilities. Grants may not substandard dwellings has 4,872 winners.To The number of students who
center will be built in the Co- and recreation programs. exceed two-thirds of thedeve'lopm created interest not only herein receive the award, stu- passed the seven-phase test
conut Grove area, on Hibiscus The Neighborhood Facilities nt cost, or three-: Dade County but also in dents must exceed the 85th nearly doubled last year's
Street between Oak and Day Grant Program is autho fourths in officially designated other communities all over the percentile of achievement, record, when 2,382 students
Avenues, adjacent to the rizedby th9 Housing and Ur- redevelopment areas country. based upon a national sam l.. received the award.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 8,1967._ ____ __.u _"-' "=_w.. .: M, :v w.'l'" J

'Operation Mail Drop' i I-

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fn fight On CrimePublic


Safety Director E. porting and sustaining organized -
Wilson Purdy has announcedthe crime.
Implementation of Citizens can help In the fight
"Operation',Mid Prop.' The against organized crime and
program is designed for the,, vice by reporting suspicious
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use of the citizens of,bade .actions and conditions occur- Ihkt
County,.who may have Information ring in their own neighborhoods .
concerning some illegal Examples of this are: r r + .
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activity that can be brought to An unusually heavy amountof I Fw +

the attention of the police by traffic where men are entering ? t r Y AM ,
w w r
the police by the use of the US and leaving a rooming 4 r
mail. Information should be house, small hotel or private
directed to "Operation Mail residence which could indicatea
Drop," P. 0. Box 3515 Bis- house of prostitution,gamb- .At
cayne Annec, Miami, Florida. ling, etc. _
Director Purdy said that Numerous people enteringand '
while telephone calls are still leaving a vacant store
the speediest way to notify the which could Indicate a gamb- 5 :
Public Safety, Department of ling establishment: catering to _
something that requires immediate horse racing, cards,dice,or a
action, that a written policy of numbers racket
letter can provide more infor- "drop" for runners or collec-
mation on matters that will re-
quire further investigation tors.An unusual number of rac-
specifically such activities as ing forms being sold and
suspected prostitution, gamb- money changing hands at
ling, tottery, and narcotics newstands which could indi- Scott Family Reuion Attracts ManyMr. I

violations.Director Purdy went on to cate a horsebettingoperation. and Mrs. Jim mie Cooper of 4710 NW 25th Ave. were the Ernestine Headings, Frank Lucille and 1 MiriettaHankerson+ ,
say that he was certain that Unusual activity in and host and hostess for the annual reunion of the Scott Family, E. D. Beckwith, Roosevelt George; Mildred Wright;Ozzie and
once people realize the far- around a tavern including Illegal where good food, beverages and dancing were the order of the Alma Hankerson; Rosa Poitier; Raymond Hankerson; Freddie
reaching effect of partici- sporting parley cards. day. Relatives throughout Florida attended, Including Bonnie H an k e r son; Peggy and George Dean; Mr. and Mrs George
pating in, or tolerating any of Adults frequenting school and Clarence Brown of Hollywood; Ross and Evelyn Grooms Headings and daughter; Robert Simpkins and son, Thomas 0.
the various forms of vice, we neighborhoods with school and children, Lathe Saulsby McKelvin, Mr. and Mrs. James Wright and family of Miami.
will, receive even more co- children congregating around Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Allen and Family, B. T. Hankerson Making this possible were: Mr. and Mrs. Ivron Headings,
operation from our citizens in them. This could be a sale of Nathan Lewis,Annie M.Harvard, Pearl Charlie Hanker Franklin and Annie M. Beckwith, Floredda Gainey, Louella
our fight to dry up the seedbed narcotics as well as gambling on, Deborah Hanker son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mae Lawrence, Alice Burton, and Ida Fulton.-Johnson of Miami
of illicit profits which are sup- activity. Castellow, Gladys Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pinkston, Photo.
and Doretha Bragdon of Ft. Lauderdale.
Hubert Lee, David Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Georgeand
Miami Gets First
Negro Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grooms of pompano; Floria L. Carter
I and Idella Morris of Riviera; Rev.and Mrs. C. Ridley of Del- Roof Leaking ???
Border Patrol Inspectorton ray; Ann Pinkston of Silver Springs.Mr. .
and Mrs. Otis Jones and Family, Geraldine, Howard, CALL BLOSSOM ROOFINGThe
D. C. He was appointed smuggling and unlawful entry and Roxanna Bush of Dade City; George Bellamy of Sanford; Leak'King
his present position with the of aliens. This is a formidabletask Mrs. Dora, Elizabeth and A. C. Scott of Lake City; John D, Licensed & Insured
Border Patrol as a result of and it requires constant Blount of Tallahassee; Barbara Cooks; Doretha Carter; Elder
successful completion of na- vigilance. The Border Pa- Queen Mills; and Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Johnson of Goulds. SPECIALIZING IN THE FASTEST & FINEST
tionwide competitive examinations trol's contribution to our ROOFING SERVICE
He entered on duty country's security and welfareis EOPI-Catholic Diocese Rent New roofs for as little as $10.00 down
with the Border Patrol so far reaching that it can-
WE ALSO INSTALL WINDOWS & AWNINGS
Academy at Port Isabel, not be measured. Battle ,Still. Unsettled
At the he _ CALL BLOSSOM NOW 691-2650
Texas. academy was Our country is the mecca for n --- - --
trained in Immigration lawthe many peoples. Those who meet After six weeks'attempts to the good work of the churchin
Spanish language and other the requirements of our im come to terms to reduce the South Florida."
specialized fields necessaryto migration law may enter free- $10,000 a year rent paid to the
his law enforcement work. of Catholic Diocese of Miami for
ly through regular ports entry -
Mr. Harvin was transferred, Undesirable aliens,who daycare facilities, Dade WHY NOT DO YOUR
in 1965, to the Miami, office, offer a threat to the securityor County Economic Opportunity I
which is Headquarters of Bor- welfare of our country,are Program Inc., is still trying.

der Patrol operations in barred, therefore often attempt Richard Weatherley, execu-. BANKING AT LINCOLN/ ?
Florida Georgia and South to enter surreptitiously.It tive director of the anti-
Carolina. is the job of the Border Pa- poverty agency, said Tuesdaythat
Keeping the borders of our trol to anticipate their moves the matter will be thrashed Full Banking Service
country secure Is the task of and to stop them at the bor- out at a board of directors ': ,,',' : it r ,
,
the Border Patrol of the Immigration meeting at the EOPI on Sept. k ." "f ", .1ii: "\
and Naturalization ders.Mr.. Harvin Is married, and 26.The With Hours TailoredTo \\\1" ,;
Service, Department of Jus- he and his wife,Josefina,have director said the Dio- i ,
tice. This dedicated group of five children. He Is Interestedin cese is still getting the monthly -
elite officers,of which Inspec- the field of law, and enjoys payments on the$10,000 an- Fit YoarConvenience
tor Harvin Is a proud member, reading and fishing for nual rent for use of St. Francis
Is responsible for preventing recreation. Xavier Church.
The church says the amountof
rent is needed to payoff the
mortgage at the St. Francis
Xavier school and pay for im. FULL BANKING FACILITIES
provements made to the build- OPEN MONDAY THROUGH
Ing before the EOPI moved in.
FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO
Formally expressing
Jkf ;r 1Y "great distress" at the rent 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY 3
by w charged, the EOPI indicatedthat EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.
the Catholics are over- UNTIL 8:00 P.M.
changing for the building.
Dr. Ben Sheppard, execu- DRIVE-UP WINDOWS WILL BE
tive director of Catholic Welfare OPEN ON SATURDAY FROM
Services, said the EOPI
8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON
resolution "cast a shadow on
FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK
j r Mrs. Katherine Anderson came
TRANSACTIONS ONLY:
,,.), with the Bank April, 1966 as
< RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS
i 4 New Accounts Secretary, has
jj- CHECKS CASHED FOR
BANK
since added Executive Secre-

I Patrol IDspectbarUVIn shown Questioning a Migrant RECEIVING CUSTOMERS LOANPAYMENTS tary duties as well. Previously
worker in the Homestead area. worked for United Fund of Dade

County and EOPI. See Mrs.

SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR Anderson to open your account.Lincoln .

SPECIAL" I II is Your Bonk. Use itl! j

In Your Home I --.
Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman,

daBROWARD popular owner local of the businessman Dive-Inn Bar and, LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK

1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-' [1] OF MIAMI
: I 9431. He Invites all his old Pint fully integrated bank in the entire Southeatl
friends to come and meet new
friends. Everyone welcome. right here In the Edison Financial Center
6013
N.W.
7th
| l Enjoy the pool room and' bow- Avenue. Phone 759-4431 ,
CALL COLLECT 63jJ-6242; ling. Completely air condi-
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday September 8, 1967 3

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," Protest to PresidentJACKSON
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Miss Ina tele- coffee and grinning with all the This was in sharp contrastto
gram of protest to President racists." Negro victories In the first
Lyndon B. Johnson, leaders of The telegram sent by Mr. primary on Aug. 8. In that
t the Mississippi State Confe- Evers and Dr. Aaron Henry, election Negro candidates
rence of the National Association NAACP state conference pre- swept to victory In 16 contests.Mr. .
for the Advancement of sident, urged president John- Evers said the setback
Colored People charged that son to "use your influence and suffered by Negro candidatesin
elections held in some counties call for new elections in many the second election stem-
were "rigged" to defeatan sections of Mississippi and med from his belief that"The
unprecendented number! of send representatives from whole thing was rigged.
Negro candidates. Washington and across the Nearly 200,000 Negroeswere
NAACP State Field Director country to make certain that registered to vote ma in-
Charles Evers told newsmen Negroes and Negro candidates ly because of fear and intimi-
that Negro voters had been are assured justice and fair dation and the antiquated poll
forced to obtain assistance play In all elections."
from white election officials, Negro candidates were defeated tax.NAACP officers In the state
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who marked the ballots for
by white opponents in 21 had urged Negroes to seek
Young Lewis Davis of Miami-a student at Florida A&M University on special white candidates.In contests in nine counties public office in their drive to
assignment wif.i General Electric this past summer-discusses one of his special calling for new elections, across the state. Many of the gain Constitutional guaranteesand
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projects reports with George W. Frost, Manager-Finance for the GE ordnance busi Mr. Evers said Federal officials losses were by large margins. political representation.
ness at Pittsfield. sent to observe the voting
had "sat around drinkingthe ::' ::':: : : ;"' : : : ;:':;

Miami fAMU Senior looks Local Group Participates 1:F

I idea of working in indus- :
try,' he says Davis com- \\ in Second March 1 :
forward to Industry'Summertime ments, "My experience in industry
has been a source of I'
can be a timeto major. He spent his sunmsr ness major; and June, a sis- learning that no course or on Washington
learn and to take a serious months at Pittsfield, Massa- ter who works at the General courses in college could have ...... ....
look ahead That's what one chusetts headquarters of GE's Accounting Office of the come close to equaling." Among more than three to go on Welfare.
young Negro student -- Lewis Ordnance Department. This government in Washington. A Lewis will earn his degree in thousand welfare recipients The group also meet with a
Davis from Miami found out business designs and manufactures younger sister, Patricia, has taking part In the second special representative from
this year. such systems as just completed high school and 1968.For the past three or four march on Washington, was the SargeantShrivers' office at the
And 21-year-old Davis will stabilization and position con- will attend Miami-Dadejunior summers, Davis has been Welfare 1 Delegation of the National Headquarters of the
be going back to school for his trol, weapon control, inertial College this fall. working with his father in con- Liberty City Com ninity Office of Economic Opportunity -
senior year at Florida Agri- guidance control, and under- GE's purpose in providingthe struction labor work. On campus Council members paid visitsto In Washington. They received -
cultural and Mechanical Uni- water ordnance systems; such "L 00 k Ahead' programhas for the past school year Florida's Senator George assurances that the
versity this year, with a total- equipment as chemical and ,been humanitarian to a he participated in Institutional Smathers and representativesDanny local poverty program would
ly different viewpoint of his ,biological detection devices-- certain degree. But, the pro- Studies, which involved infor- Fa s c e 11 and Claude greater involve poor people in
school work and perhaps his with the U. S. Navy as its lar- gram should have a direct payoff mation gathering on the needsof Pepper offices. the planning and implementation -
life-tims career.A gest customer. to the business communityas the school. He is married; The purpose of these visits of present and future EOPI
special program called His work at Ordnance included well. Each participantshould and his wife, Florence, is a was to draw the attention of Programs In connection with
"Look Ahead at Industry," is several assignments- have meaningful work check typist at Family Finance the Congressmen to two items. this, the group is presently
responsible for this expanded primarily in his field of ac- assignments; with the hope Company in Miami.The couple!i First, the inadequate Welfare preparing a forum based on a
outlook, the student says. countinghascenteredon that each man would take backto has a son, Toddrick, who is 11 System payment of $85 a research project recently
The "LookAhead"program such special projects and his own campus word of his months old. month to dependent families completed by the councils
-- originated by the General studies as a review of manu- experience Inlnd us tr y.According In addition to his academic no matter how large the fami- staff. The forum will be called
Electric Company's Defense facturing losses or an audit of to a General Electric studies, his home life and work, lies may be. Secondly, to urge early this fall and will be en-
Electronics Division i at its the costing system of a specific spokesman, much of industry schedule, Davis also enjoys: a long hard look at House Rule titled "Poverty-Politics and
Pittsfield, Massachusetts module as a subassemblyof today is in need of welltrained bowling, card playing, base- 12080 which they feel would Poor People." Many local of-
Ordnance Department Plants, systems equipment made by college graduates*yet many:1,bill end reading.Be is a mem, have a devastating effect on ficials and government agen-
this sumner: placed a total of GE at Pittsfield. Negro college graduates seek ber of Alpha Kappa Mu honor many persons either now on cies will be Invited to take partIn
17 Negro men and women from Davis' father is a truck careers with the governmentor society. Welfare or who may be forced this meeting.
seven Southern campuses on driver and laborer In the Mia- In education without con-

industrial Jobs at GE plants assignments.in five Mas-The sidering mi area.a But Job with Lewis industryan iscon--- dustry.sidering the possibility of in- 1:1@1'1:1:1iiiiii:1iWii@:1'iiimiiii1iiiiii1: '::::::: ::):) : :')::: ; imilii1 ii1 1fiHil iiHiiiiimK1 tii i1imiiii1mMiti11! !

sachusetts and New York State avenue he had not really Lewis responds to that com- Ilil
communities: included a wide considered for his life career ment with his own feeling .... 1AL .......,
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range of work .- with the col- until his experience with GE based o n experience .. that 4 c
lege students tackling such this summer. trained mathematicians, 11:11: BONDED RENTAL 1:11:
typical assignments as com- Lewis has two brothers and scientists, engineers and 8 :
puter programming, simple three sisters. They Include others should consider indus- 1 1I
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Mrs. Bettie Campbell a math "I know thatI .
design work, statistical analy- try as a career.
sis, testing and troubleshooting. teacher at Booker T. Washington had not seriously done so myself AGENCY INC
Their major fields of High School; a brother, ,' he said, "until now." I I
study include physics,electrical James H. Davis., who Is associated He had previously plannedon
with a finance com- becoming accountant with
engineering, accounting,
mathematics and philosophy. pany in San Jose,California; a the GAO or with the Internal
Lewis, the son of James H. brother, Richard, who Is a Revenue Service, "Now I'm !Supports Higher Education i iIIIII
Davis Sr., 3816 PercivalAvenue sophmore at the University of going to give some serious ,
Miami, is an accounting Arizona, where he is a busi- thought and consideration to

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EDUCATION HONOR SOCIETY Florida A&M University students who, r: i! r:::

were FAMU inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, an honorary society in education, recently are: t1 L. L. BROOKS, President ; ;

Jerrlyne J. Allen, Tallahassee (seated); M. W. Anderson, Quincy; Victoria J. Rog.; .rm GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager m II
Jacksonville
H. Williams, Jacksonville; Bennetta B. Sherard, ; '
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= 1 To Be Equal BILL McBRIDE



Offleai 6530 NW 15th Ava., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phon.:691.0411
by Whitney M. Young Jr.
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publl.htr How ImportantCan
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Executive Director National Urban League i
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Armed Forces Tackle It Be? ? ?

National I Advertising Representative

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc.
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017 Housing BiasAn From where I sit, two of the most important Issues facingthe
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher* Association local Negro population Is the election of Mrs. M. Athalie
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 Range to the Miami City Commission District Voting.It .
officer to He tried to find
Army was assigned Vietnam.
without saying that neither of these feats will ever
SUBSCRIPTION RATES an apartment for his family before leaving for the war zone. goes
ONE YEAR $5.00 remotest chance of accomplishment without
SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 have even the a
He couldn't. Dozens of realtors turned him down because he
solidly united Negro community, working In the closest possible
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post is a Negro.An with all other Dade countalns interested in
and
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Army sergeant recently returned from a frontline tour harmony
willing to work for Justice and fair play for all.
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" of duty In Vietnam, where he Integrated dozens of foxholes
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead without complaints from his "neighbors' He too, couldn't COMMISSIONER RANGEAs
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords find an off-base apartment for his family.Again, it was racial
to man regardless of his all are aware Mrs.Range ran a remarkable race and
every race creed or color his human discrimination we ,
that forced him into an overpriced apartmentin
and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man-the Negro fought a mod clean fight but lost in her bid for a city commission -
Press strives to h.lp.v.ry man In the firm belief that all men a rundown building In the ghetto. 1460 votesin
are hurt as long as anyone I I. held back. These are examples of disgraceful conditions facing Negro seat by a mere
the November 1965 election.
GIs. Finally, the Defense Department is doing something
The commission recognizingthe
about it.Secretary. ,
OUR EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMNow dedication and greatness of
of Defense McNanma, Issued orders forbidding
that Labor Day has passed we return normal times, military personnel in certain bases to lease or rent in any this mite of a woman,appointedher

apart from business In general, the most important topic is segregated building or trailer court within a specified distance to fill the unexpired termof

our schools. Some are open, some are not. from their base. He said that orders were issued because CommissionerSidneyArono-
Broward County has closed school until September 25.Two "thousands of servicemen are being subjected humiliating vitz who had resigned from the

thousand, five-hundred, thirty-five teachers have also re- discrimination by the refusal of landlords to rent them apart- commission for business rea
signed. There have been resignations in Pinellas County.In ments because of race or creed." sons. Mrs. Range's defeat in the
Dade we are able to report that our schools are let runoff was attributed to the tact
open, The first base to which the order applied was Andrews Air
us hope they will remain open for the school year. Our child- Force Base where over half of the white servicemen live within that in excess of 5,000 registered -

ren should be given the most important consideration.Well 31/2 miles of the base, but only one of every hundred Negro Negroes stayed away from .
the governor has spoken his piece. His plans Includethe servicemen live so close. the polls.

following educational changes. This order Is long overdue, and it should be extended to And now Mrs. Range, after

Appointment of a 30-membercomml.ssionforqualityeduca- cover every base In the country. It appears to be the only way compiling what is perhaps the
tion. to get many landlords and realtors to stop discriminating on greatest record of any commissioner
Employing the academy for educational development in New the basis of race. If they are willing to have their lives and in the 60 ear historY ol
York City to help the commission do its work. their property protected by the sacrifices of Negro servicemen the City of Miami, Is asking the same poeple she has servedso

Remove politics from education by appointing superintendent they should be willing to rent to them. well for the opportunity to serve again;not as an appointed

of education and creating "non-political Board of Education This order must be strictly enforced. A report Issued last commissioner but as a commissioner elected by the people.

to oversee kindergarten through 12th grade. week Indicates that landlords are complying, but we all know Mrs. Range, through the sponsorship of the MinistersLaymen
Upgrade school in stages starting with first grade and mov- that many will try to avoid It whenever possible. This Is one Voter Registration Committee of Dade County is extend
ing up to graduate level.A order which should get top priority from every base comman- ing a personal invitation to all citizens of color to plan with
study possibility of the state paying all or the bigger partof her for her upcoming race for the City Commission at a break-

the school expenses and possible consolidation small inefficient der.The order Is significant because It will enable thousands of fast, Saturday morning, September 9, at 8:30, Johnson Hall,

districts. Raise pay "teaching"teachers,and have Negro GI's to find decent homes for their fam'lles. But it Is 1328 NW Third Avenue.
state issue their contracts so teachers can transfer readily also important for the example it sets.Private Industry should Let's present Mrs. Range with a gigantic turn out so there
from one county to another. especially take it to heart. will be no doubt In her mind that this community Is highly ap-
Abolishment of the elected state superintendent and Boardof preciative of the splendid Job she has done as a commissioner.
Large companies should make sure that their Negro em-
Education and their replacement with an appointive
super- olovees will be allowed to live wherever they wish and not be DISTRICT VOTINGAs
intendent and board paying teachers by merit,not years of ser-
restricted to the ghetto. They should let it be known that they
vice and offering top salaries to keep good teachers in the I reported in this corner last week,the procedure of elect-
will not build In a town which will not treat its employees
classrooms rather than forcing them to become adminis- Ing the members of the Metro commission from districts, but
equally For most American towns the arrival of a new indus-
tration. by a county-wide vote, renders it virtually Impossible for a
try or plant means the difference between growth and pros
Abandonment of present Minimum Foundation Program as Negro to be elected to said
commission. Hence, without district
perity and a slow decline. Big corporations know this and use
a method of distributing state funds to counties. voting, we as Negroes, will continue to bear the burden
it to get favorable terms for land and taxes. They need to use
Governor Kirk intends serving as ex-officlochairman of the and suffer the humiliation of taxation without
this power to assure equal treatment for their employees. representation.
commission. Serving on the Quality Education Committee will Earl Carroll ran head on into an overloaded agenda at the
Other government agencies should follow the of the
be: example September 5 Metro Commission and will have todelay asking
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll, Hugh P. Emerson, presidentof Defense Department's order and make sure that their Negro the commission to place the matter of district voting before
the. Florida Chamber of Commerce, JackD,Gordan, member employees are not restricted in their choice of a home. The people on the November 7th ballot until the September 19th
of the Dade County School Board, Charles Harris, presi- government has been shocking In its neglect of Its Negro em meeting of the commission.

dent of the Florida A. F. L. CIO, Dr. Henry King Stanford, ployees.For From where I sit the election of Mrs. Range and district
resident of the University of Miami, Dr.George W, Gore, Jr., example,the Atomic Energy Commission announced that voting is two of the most important Issues of our day, and
president of Florida A& M University Dr. Richard Moore, it would build the world's largest atom smasher and that a fac- certainly warrants the full cooperation of every Negro In Dade
president of Bethune-Cookman College. tor in deciding on a site for it would be whether the communities County

under consideration practiced racial discrimination in ...
STATES, TAKE WARNING housing. Then they went ahead and chose Weston, Illinois, even

Study after study has warned the state governments of their though that state has no open housing law. Because of this lily- LETS S T ALl( POLITICS
urgent need for reform. But state after state has neglectedto white choice, many Negroes won't be able to get Jobs at the

heed the advice. This time the Committee for Economic plant.
Even with open housing, some Negroes would probably pre By NORMAN E. JONES
Development (CED) has sounded the alarm.
If the various studies, which have agreed remarkably on fer to live in predominantly Negro communities. But freedomis
the to mike choices and have The 'King' Is Dead-
right options, and that rightis
needs and solutions, continue to go largely unheeded,the CED
now denied citizens. Because of this
Negro Negro citizens
report predicts a continuing decline of state governments and
often lose the freedom to choose jobs and schooling. Housing Long Live The
"gradual transformation into administrative units commanded 'King'The
has to
segregation
go go.
and directed" from Washington.The .
CED statement underscores Just how antiquated are sudden, untimely death of Mayor Robert King High
most of the nation's 50 state governments. Ancient, artificial shocked the state and the nation comparable to the sad occasions

boundaries, archaic constitutions, outmoded and ineffective which sent the nation and the world in mourning on the
THE GUN BUSINESSA
legislative, executive and Judicial structures, timorous fin- deaths of Presidents Franklin Delano Roosevelt and John Fitzgerald
ancial practices, and, in some cases,the lack of a healthy two- man shot. A family bereaved. All because someone who Kennedy.
party system severly handicap many states. should never have had a gun In his hand pulled a trigger. His middle name was prophetic, as truly he did become a

The public tends to have only the foggiest notion about what Should it be necessary for Congress to debate for two years, "King' a wise benevolent King wholly dedicated to the interests -
goes on at the state level. And state legislators, succumbingto as it has, the question of controlling the sale of such lethal of the "Little People. Bucking tradition, unmindful

the pressure of special Interests, frequently and flagrantlyact weapons? In spite of fatal snipings in recent riots and threatsof customs, fighting the big monopolistic cartel, seeking and
in violation of the public interest.To further violent use of guns,the mild control bill now before speaking the truth, making history.

breathe new life into state governments, the CED calls the Senate Si is still given only a 50-50 chance of passage. Beloved of the "people" bitterly fought by "special in-

for sweeping constitutional reform. Noting the low prestigeof For lack of national or local government regulation of weapon terests" sold out by his party, fearless, courageous, self-
many state legislatures, it would cut their size to no more sales, some mail-order houses have engaged in self.regulation denying, answerable only to his Christian principle conscience.
than 100 members,elected to four-year terms and meeting an- during the recent riots. In their stores in several cities, Energetic, dynamic, overworking for the people he served
nually for unlimited sessions.It Sears, Roebuck & Co. and J. C. Penney Co. suspended sales in Mlamlandthepeople hehopedtoserve In his beloved adopted -
would dramatically raise the salaries of legislators, governor during tension periods. Montgomery Ward asked its staff to state of Florida. He gave his life for the people of FloridaHe
and Judges, strengthen the hand of the governor in num- cooperate with police In the matter. died of a broken heart.

erous ways, and appoint rather than elect Judges and administrators This was commendable but it does nothing to handle the con- Every man and woman in Florida who failed to respond to

except for the governor and lieutenant governor, run- tinuing problem.There was no riot in progress when a sniper's his challenge last November, will forever and through all
ning Jointly. To solve Interstate problems, it would encourage bullet assassinated President Kennedy.The eternity carry an indelible guilt on their conscience.The .

regional compacts and the like. issue is quite simple.Shall the public permit its repre- passing of Mayor Robert King Highfrom the active
Some recommendations by the CEDbusinessnen and educa. sentatives in Congress to heed a spokesman for the gun lobby political scene is particularly tragic in view of the "carrying
tors, while moving in the right direction, may go a bit too far. who wants no legislation and who calls it"a healthy sign" that on' of the person the people elected to the governorship in
Legislatures of no more than 100 members may be too smallto members of the National Rifle Association "protest loud and his stead; Which adds greaty to the burden of*the conscienceof

serve the needs of some large Industrial states. The writ- shall the public demand simple, effective controls to save those who denied the state of Florida and its citizens, the
ing of completely new constitutions could open the way for lives? greatness destiny had so fated.

special interest to knock out provisions protective of individual This is an issue all can understand. The people must make His passing from this earth, has assured him honors, recognition
liberty. And a case could be made for statewide elec- themselves heard.bid. an immortality, he failed to achieve as a mortal His
tion of a third official such as the attorney general.Be political enemies his political detractors, no longer have human -

this as it may, this is a constructive report which de- target for their invectives, for their derogatory,venemous
serves the close attention of all who care about the continued Inadvertently omitted from the Notebook lastweek were the attacks, for they have an even greater "political" opponent,

vitality of the! states and their ongoing role in the federal system names of Lawrence Cooper, Charles Aranha, Leroy Cooper, ideals and principles to which Mayor Robert King High gave
Stafford Dames,Jr.,and Earl Parks-all of whom spent sometime his life, crucified on the "political cross' of "special inter-

Christian Science Monitor as members of the staff ests and bigotry." Long live the "King'' of the people,




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Our Readers Speak Out s... Stone PreparesRat

I HOPI Legal Services I


BY GWEN CHERRY, CENTER ATTORNEY Control BillAn

W r rf act for control and extermination are identifying ratinfestedareas
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Poor Man's: JusticeVs ; of rats in the Stateof education to increase

Florida was prepared for awareness of the rat popula-

/ introduction by Senator'Dick* tion, property-owner support,
'''_ \,;' Stone of Dade County. active extermination coupled

Rich Man's JusticeAn with control of food supplies,
the EditorDear
Letters to
In citing the need for this inspection by local authorities
excellent example of a poor man's justice was illustrated legislation, Senator Stone said and strict enforcement of all
in last week's criminal court case State vs. Brown. Mr. Reeves; "We need to control the local sanitation codes with re-

Many injustices occur in our present system of justice regardless riots first, but more importantly spect to such matters as trash
of how it how I note that your paper will celebrate its 45th Anniversary this debris removaland
perfect may appear or laboriously we. must control the fac- receptacles,
lawyers and diligently judges work to see that all persons re- Friday and wish to take the opportunity to congratulate you for tors that lead to riots." rat-proofing of buildings.
ceive equal justice under the law.This is one of the basic rea- the fine service you have rendered to the citizens of our area This proposed law will placein

sons for our Legal Services program. It was established for 'publishing The Miami Times for forty-five years. the hands of the state health
the primary purpose of allowing the poor man his day in court officer the for ,"The damage to health,
with the representation of counsel. The rich man has his attorney There are always those who pioneer, and you are certainly to responsibility the law and moral and food caused by rats
be considered of the of the of Miami and administering ap- in our cities be
to him that his one pioneers City one can only over-
present assure legal rights will be protected proving local for
of its leaders and businessmen. programs come through a concentrated
outstanding
and upheld at all times. The rich man does not have to rodent control.
be confined to jail once bond is set on the charges preferred effort by city, county,state and

against him. He has money to pay a bondsman for his release. It Is nice that you have your son, Garth, following your foot- $40 million In damages is federal efforts. This bill Is I
in wish for both of continued written so that Florida will be
However the often cannot steps The Miami Times and I you \
poor man pay bond, if his offenseis caused In Florida by rats
success in publishing an outstanding newspaper for your peo- ready tofu 11y participate In
bondable; so he must remain: incarcerated until he has been each year, according to a De-
this most
ole. important nation
exonerated of the charges. Sometimes,court proceedings may partment of Commerce re- "
Sincerely yours, wide program. Senator Stone \
take as long as one year or more. Wendler port. Losses occur from dam-
James P. said.
The facts of the case of State v. Brown, were: William age to food supplies, clothingand
Miami Beach Times
Brown, 21 years old, Miamian,was accused of the fatal shoot- spread of diseases by \

ing of Charles Smith, Jr., at Virginia Beach on July 4, 1966. germ-carrying rats. When you figure that the cost I
His arrest was apparently based on perjured testimony of sup- Phil Ossofcr of this program is four cents

posed eye witnesses. Following the arrest in November,Brown Funds will be furnished by per person in the state and the
remained in the County Jail for ten months, unable to post "The Times Are Changed, moral teachings from God, soI the State and Federal govern- damage caused by rats Is almost -

bond,. until he was finally freed, after a finding of not guilty, and We are Changed With feel that Jesus was speakingof ments to local authorities $7.00 per person per

Friday September 2,1967.The public defender, Marvin Emory, Them" The Miami Times.We the social)laws beyond 2,000 when effective programs are year, It can be seen that sucha
succinctly summed up the situation when he stated:"There are are living in an age of years ago. Doesn't this prove started. program Is needed to save
two victims in this case, the dead man and the defendant in change, some changes being that the "new morality" is Some of the suggested ele- money and protect the health

this courtroom. Truly, the defendant, William Brown, had good, some bad.We hear about really "no morality?" ments in the local programs and property of our citizens.
been a victim of a gross miscarriage of justice. the -new morality"and we may

Brown's bond was set at $5,000,but because he did not have ponder its so-called merits.

the necessary funds to pay a bondsman the 10% or %500.00 How do we know which changesIn r
needed he had to remain In the jail for ten long months. Thisis this day are good and which

an example of an innocent man being deprived of his free- are bad?

dom, his family was placed in an embarrassing position and
suffered the loss of his other dur-
they support among things I believe that the Prophets
this ordeal.It .
ing
throughout the ages have
does not somehow seem right that just because a man is
taught us how to judge change.In .
poor he should be treated so differently In the eyes of the law.A my limited study of religionI
rich man would have been immediately released! But the have found that each of the .l 1

poor man is imprisoned and remains so until he is adjudgednot founders of a religion has

guilty. come for at least two pur !c. ,
The Federal Government in of
establishing many the new is
poses. The first to renew
agencies under the Poverty grants has attempted to solve manyof (not change) the spiritual or
these inequities. The Vista Volunteers in Miami have been. moral
,laws bought by the Barn,
doing; a praiseworthy job. Vista Volunteers are those persons Her Prophets, The second is.
who attempt to have a person released pending litigation rather to bring new social laws to fit
than let them remain in jail. These volunteers perform the the age in which each Prophet f t ,

same services as bondsmen, without cost.If a man has a large comes. The importance of renewing -

family or the person is purchasing a home,the volunteer goes the moral laws is imperative
before the judge to request that the person be released in his because the Prophet

custody. Then, the accused does not have to put up any money. comes at a time when spiri-

Vista assumes the responsibility of seeingtoitthat this same tuality is in a low state, suchas
person appears in court on the date set for the trial or other at the time of Moses, when
proceedings. Many persons have no intention of abscondingfrom the Israelites were enslaved in

the area when they have to meet court. (This is the rea- Egypt; in the time of Jesus,

sonbehind posting a bond) when the Israelites had dis-
Vista Volunteers have their headquarters In the Public De- torted the teachings of Moses;

fender's office. They are accessible to any person desiring and as it is in our present day.
their services Thus far, volunteers are not permitted to When were the nations in a "
Carl Reiner (Mi), director and co-producer of "Enter Laughing, explains the
handle persons charged with serious felonies in the County lower spiritual state than today
necessity lor correct lighting on a motion picture set to Eugene Smalls and James

Jail.However, if they'continue this service'in the successful manner ? Walker, while co-producer and co-auther, Joe Stein, looks on. Smalls and Walker are
members of the Haryou-Act Film and Sound Workshop, which is located in Harlem
as in the past, it will be almost a certainty that they will Jesus was. accused of chang- ,
and is the only training ground for Negro technicians in the film industry.
all
be permuted to extend this help to prisoners.In ing the laws, but It was. not the young
the case of State v.Brown, Mr.Brown would not have had moral laws He changed,for He Reiner and Stein visited the Workshop to give encouragement to the youngsters who

to remain locked up In the County Jail for ten months if Vista said, "Think not that t am are producing their own documentaries at the ontl-poverty agency, and tell them of

had been allowed to perform the services in major felonies. come to destroy the law or experiences filming the Columbia Pictures' comedy "Enter Laughing."

the day will soon come when these gross mis- _.
Perhaps, the prophets; I am come not ---- -- ------ -
carriages of justice need not occur. Judge Baker, the presiding to destroy, but to fulfill. -
Judge stated in Court during the process of the trial (Matt. 5:17.: ) 1 -""---
trial has shocked the conscience of this Court."
made aware of these unconceivable
When more people are
The social laws of every age
inequities in judicial proceedings, a deeper appreciation will need changing, for as man de- E&Lr4
be felt for these new programs by Federal Government gearedto velops in Intelligence and as

remedy wrongs .In our legal system. his worldchangesand shrinks, ii-; Elt -
Our hearts go out to the Brown family. This community
as it does today), he must
services In order to make in
should stand ready to render up,
learn to live differently.With-
for this cruel Injustice. William Brown
a small measure,
out changing social laws, man
In Miami.It should be
should be encouraged to remain our
cannot and him.
grow prepare
civic duty and responsibility to provide employment opportunities self for future advancement.It .
as well as other opportunities for a brighter future for III IIIr

the Brown Family. I
was shortsightedness on the
part of the Jews to condem

Jesus for changing certain social -

Miami Times laws: the bill of divorce- ,
.,. ment as recorded In Mark '
6530 NW 15th Avenue
10:11: and the law of revenge
Miami, Florida 33147 '''(\I l H'* +". ("an eye for an eye") to the

"j *, ,\\1, law of love; ("Turn the other
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Dear Sir : -- cheek.") These were necessary :
changes. Jesus never intended -

Enclosed please find the sum of $ change the moral _

laws, for He said, "and it is _........... _k n__ _
the cost of a subscription to
to cover easier for heaven and earthto
host for of the three day "Presidents'
Coca-Cola
The Company was one evening
the Miami Times. pass, than one tittle of the law
to fall." (Luke 16:17). Workshop on Voluntary Support of the Predominantly Negro Public Colleges," sponsored
jointly by the Council for Financial Aid to Education and the National Asso-

Mail Paper To ciation of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, held recently in Atlanta, Ga.

Address I believe Jesus spoke of social Relaxing briefly before dinner are (/left to right) Holgar/ Johnson, president,

City__,__ state________ Zip Code "I have teachings yet many when things He to said say, Council on Financial Aid to Education; Lewis C. Dowdy, president, North Carolina

One Yr. $5.00 ( ) unto you, but ye cannot bear A&T College; Asa T. Spaulding, president, North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance
them now." (John 16:12) I be- Company; and Cvid R. Davis, vice president, Public I ; Relations, The Coca-Cola

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September has been designated as "Sight-Saving Month by BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL -
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HAPPENINGS AROUND : Seventeen Negroes .
From Washington D. C. Mrs. George(Maggie)Cash writes THE
of Newark N. J., filed suit last week to take over New.
that she's her vacation. She's also visited Baltimoreand ,
enjoying
y1 The suit was jointly
j ''I ark's Police Department. announced by
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Chester, Pa. DiSuvero executive director of the Civil Liberties
I Ronald Evans of New York City has returned to his teaching Henry M.
IL4s and Robert L. Carter, general counsel of the NAACP
post after vacationing with relatives in Miami t and Nassau. Union and
Police
August 24 accusing Newark's city officials wag.
Ronald is the son of the late Stencer and Mae Evans. f ,
f against Negroes. They charged that the Po-
war
Everalb Bain is vacationing +" 7 c ing a class
After a brief visit to Cincinnati, -
lice Department can no longer be relied upon to protect the
in
Michigan. of their class. Premier Nguyen Cao
and Ky
lives property ,
Thelma Hart received her Master's degree at Indiana Uni-
director afraid b lose his playgroundand
versity. Then flew to C 1 n c I n n a t 1 to represent the Broward South Vietnam's playboy
Alumnae at the National Convention of Delta Sigma Theta his Golden(USA) Toy. .. So Whitney Young (Negro Urban
wheel that rolls) and his Twenty Political Obser-
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Layton of New YorkCity were the house League big
to South VietnambyU.S. President L. B. John-
and Lucertia vers are sent
guests of their cousin, Miss Hellena Green Mrs.
son to make sure that Premier Nguyen Cao Ky win the elec-
Hill In their 67 Street home.
tion Sen.Robert Kennedy has already branded the electiona
After a three week vacation in Miami and the Bahamas the
Carl Strachans of New York City have "sand their shoes." A fraud .N. Y.Sen Jacob Javits has also questioned Ky and
his generals' honest free election intentions Question?
Carl was visiting his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Curtis.
South Vietnam election mean so much to the
Why does the U.S.
Everette Ingram entertained the Laytons and the Strachanswith
a dinner party at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Layton, government and its people? Henry J. Kaiser died August
24. He started from a $1.50 a week office boy and worked up
the nephew and niece of Mrs. Maude Ingram were also enter- ,
tained by Mis. Margaret I. Smith.It .. .. ... j to a two billion dollar industry that built a ship a day during
was surprise, surprise! On Sunday evening when friendsof World War II. U. S. Nazi leader George Lincoln Rockwell
Nat Vaughns, popular barber joined wife, Muriel In cele- A gala/ Sweet Sixteen Surprise Party was given in assassinated by whom? He became a threatto the U. S. Goven-

brating his birthday.Ivan honor of Beverly Lynn Parks. Wednesday night, August ment, wanted to become president! Two Negro Army Sgts.

and Ed m 0 n d Ritchie were recent vacationeers in Detroit 23, at the Miami Police Benevolent Association. Music Ulysses Harris and Leonard Safford, arrested by the FBI as

was provided by the New Breed. Beverly is a junior at Russian spies Whatever happened to Adam Powell? Thereis
The Harry Nabbies of Opa-locka motored to Tampa to attend Miami Jackson, where she is active in such organiza- much doubt whether he will make it back.

t the wedding of his cousin, S. Rawn Wilson and Miss San- tions as Anchor Service Club, Swinzettes, Senior Mixed FLORIDIANS AROUND NEW YORK: Mrs. Pricilla Wilkinson -
dra Pons Sandra and Rawn were married August 27, at New Chorus, Modern Dance and Student Council Cabinet. of 1514 NW 69th Terrace, Miami, and her lovely grand-
Salem Missionary Baptist Church. Her proud parents are Mrs. Julia Parks Smith and Mr. daughter, Pricilla Tresvant, vacationing in NY and visitingher

Mr. and Mrs. James (Tannie) Lipscomb and teen-agers, Jerry C. Parks. Glamour photo. son, George, and her brother, Joseph McPhee of Pough-

twin daughters, Denise and Darlene, and Pamela of Chicagoare keepsi, N. Y. Nolan Kemp's mother, Mrs. Hilma Kemp in
in the city for a family reunion of the Marks' clan. Mem- New York vacationing. Nolan escorted Pricilla Tresvant to

bers the celebration Mom Mrs, Emmaline Marks Randall Jazz Concert where Arthur Charles and
sharing are Earl's Market 7910 NW 22nd Ave. generously contributed Prysock, Ray
Johnnie and Mildred Marks and Charles Marks. Here from $50. making it possible for 10 needy children of Liberty City Retha Franklin were performing supreme .. Evelyn Laven-
New York City to share in the festivities are Renetta and to attend this der Jackson of 1111 E. State St.
camp summer. This is the see on d year that
Amelia Marks, daughters of Charles and Ivy Marks. Earl's Market has donated to the camperships.Mrs. A SPECIAL GREETING TO SPECIAL PEOPLE: Theyaskedabout
Fun toNew London Connecticut is over for Artie Rich- all Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries Harris
trip Bessie Davis has recently returned from a refreshing you : Jr., Mrs. Thelma
ardson, her daughter, Lovita and Eveland Martin. trip visiting her mother and other relatives in Elba, Ala. Gains, Izol a Archer, Mrs. Susie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Friends of Joycelyn (Newbold) Knowles are sorry to learnof Felngold Mrs. Lillie Turner, Mr. and Mrs. James Guest
her accident. She's nursing a broken leg. Hurry and get Heartfelt sympathy to fellow columnist Booker T. Hayes In Gerald Rolle, Mr. andMrs. Thomas Asbury, Mrs. Ernestine
well. SO SORRY. the loss of his wife Mildred Payne, and Mr. Charles Bridges. May you all have a full happy
Mr. and Mrs Stanley Saunders Sr. and Children motoredto life with blessing.

Roberta Cherry's car was struck from the rear, sendingher Baltimore, New York and Boston to visit friends and rela- TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC: A must to see" The
to Jackson for x-rays. What luck! First day of school. Ro- tives, then on to see Expo '67 on their vacation. James Bond movie "You Only Live Twice." A must to hear,

berta is cashier at Bethune's cafeteria. Mrs. Mary Monroe, Mrs. Blanche Courtney and Mrs. Emma Anthony and the Imperials singing, "You Only Live Twice .
Your prayers are asked for Edna (Davis) Stallworth who'sa Tucker and boys have returned from a vacation to Monticelloand Aretha Franklin's, "Respect," dedicated to Priscilla Tres-

patient at a local hospital.Get Tallahassee. vant's buddy, pretty Erma Spot. Stevie Wonder's "I Was
well wishes to Audrey Smith at Christian. George Fol- Hortense Jeanne Hyche took time out from her duties with Made "
To Love Her, dedicated tr Dora Bryant. ArethaFranklin's
son, who's recovering from a heart attack. Frankie Glover ata the children's division of the Public Welfare Department in "
"Baby. I Love You, to Alnora Rolle CoconutGrove.s
local nursing home. Baltimore to visit her parents. She and daughter Phaedra en-
beautiful beautician Chris Bethel Jr. and Betty
,
Beverly Hart is still talking about her favorite attractions at Joyed relaxing and taking in the sun and surf. "
Lavender Jackson and
Betty Swan's "Make Me Yours .
Expo 67. Wilhelmina Page was sure surprised when daughter Patricia C-U-NX-WK.
To all of my Ace Reporters who have been so kind to gatherthe Jetted in for the Labor Day weekend.Since graduation Patriciais
news each week and pass it on to me; A GREAT BIG working for Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington -

THANK YOU. By the way, my new number is 691-5978. The D. C.
poem below is dedicated! to you. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brown of New York who have been OUR CLASSIFIED ADS

here for a fortnight vacationing with cousins, the Joe Brownsof

THANK GOD FOR FOLKS LIKE YOUIn Opa-locka, ended their stay on a high note last Saturday BRING RESULTSIi)1Jj'S
evening at a Patio-Barbecue given in their honor by the

this troubled world Browns. It was old-home-hour for them when long lost cousins

it's refreshing to find walked in. They were Mmes. Janet Dingle, Elizabeth Peoplesof
Someone who still has the Coconut Grove area. When Janet returned home from

the time to be kind, the party she walked into a birthday party planned especiallyfor
Someone who still has her by her three beautiful and promising daughters, De- hOO1
the faith to believe lores Howard, Marthenia Dupree and Stella Dingle. )

That the more you give Seated incognito in the living room of the Edward B. Rogers' ;

the more you receive, home on Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lucas,
Someone who's readyby Mr. and Mrs: Crandell McLeod, Doris Williams,Harry Nabby,

thought, word or deadto Charles Taylor, and Benny Clarke. Believing they were thereto
reach out and handin pay a friendly call as is their custom, Mrs. Rogers was the

the hour of need. gracious hostess as always. She was aghast and utterly sur-
Helen Steiner Rice prised when her husband summoned her to the dining area un-
der the pre t ext of answering the phone. To her amazement

everyone joined in song, "Happy Birthday To You.' There on

Houseguesting with Joyce Gorman is Lillian Hayes of New the table was a colorful cake and a tray of appertizers, gifts
York City. Lillian will Jet Jamaica before returning to Man- and cards. The party was planned by her husband. Everyone
hattan. relived his birthday anniversary before the evening hours

James E. Scott Association closed its Finner Recreation brought the party to a close.

Summer Program on Friday, Septemberl, with dinner party Harold Stanley Williams, son of Mr.and Mrs.Joseph N. Wil-
at the Liberty Square auditorium for 200 girls and boys. Here liams jetted to Nassau last week for his vacation. While in

the group pauses for a moment of silence in respect for our Nassau Harold will be the houseguest of Clenton McCartney, ;
late Mayor, Robert King High. son of Mr. Timothy McCartney, retired Harold is the grandson -
All members of the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Nixon. Upon his return to Miami _

Unit No. 39, and all new-comers are asked to meet on Sat- the Miami Central High graduate will enter the University of

urday, September 9, at 800pm.; at the home of Comrade Lit- Miami to study engineering. 1

tles, 1291 NW 68th Street.
...

United Church Women will open their fall program with a
luncheon Thursday (today) at Grace Luthern Church, 254 Cur- Exotic Fashions Wig Salon

tis Parkway, Miami Springs. SPECIALS ON SALES
SERVICE
Miss Tan America, Claudia Reynolds, a shapely honor stu- IT DOES STRJlijGETIIIQGS
dent from Monroe, La. was crowned at the third annual Negro WIGLETS wIGS FALLS
beauty pageant at Dallas onSaturday.Claudia is a senior math ALL 100% HUMAN HAIR

major at Grambling College. : TO) mEQ} !]
All Episcopal Young Churchmen are invited to a "Splash WIGS WIG SERVICE

Party" on Friday, September 8, at Manor Pool. Admission "s'fciu"!
$1.00. $39.95 and
Styled, Cleaned clothesand
School"
See wonderful "Back to
After a summer in New Orleans with relatives,Wanda (Mrs. INSTANT CREDIT & Conditioned our 20
Elmer) Hewitt and the little ones, Monique and Desiree are TERMS TO ALLI!!! or new Fall fashions-Sizes 3 to 13,8 to

back in their Miami home for the school year. Wanda Is a CALL 625-0441 Cut, Cleaned & Styled Open Every EveningS
teacher at Drew Elementary. & for
Pick-up Delivery
Gilbert Styles suffered a broken wrist and face lacerationsin North Dade and Miami only $7 Special
a fall last Sunday. With this Ad 1 FASHION SHOPS

Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. Brown attended the wedding of Barbara 15980 NW 21 AVENUE, PH. 625-0441
\ Wimbish and Eurich Griffen Jr. In Tampa last Saturday.Mrs. .
Lena Lattimer of Madison is vacationing here with Open Tues.-Thur. 10 a.m.-7 p.m.-Fri.lO-6-Sat. 10-6 6112 NW 7th Avenue Edison Center

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Senior Staff EngineerDurward .F .

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ble Oil and Refining Companyhas
been to seniors .
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BV STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING is the chief U. S. affiliate of A fj.

LINEOTYPETHE Standard Oil Company(New r
Jersey).
LITTLE RED BOOK: Breakfast with the late Mayor Bob A graduate of Howard Uni-
High, just prior to his sudden demise, was newspaperman- versity, Mr. Archer had head i1"'i
newcomer John A. Diaz' first political move ed the equipment engineeringgroup .
upon his re-entry into the Miami arena two at the New Jersey refinery -
weeks ago. And no other political aspirantwas since 1963. He joined
more thrilled over the appointment of Humble in 1956 after servingon i
millionaire Maurice Ferre to the City Com. the engineering faculties at
mission than Bronze Mayor Nathaniel Dean Tennessee A. & I. State Uni-
Former sports writer-columnist for this versity, Nashville, and South F F FP
weekly tab Herman Walton, (ailing at home) h Carolina State College, DURWARD C. ARCHER
now on the mend Mary Kemp much improved Orangeburg. ,w
The James Morris' and sister- Since then, he has achieved grams for high I school students -
Inlaw Joyce Morris over from Nassau for a '' recognition as an expert on .
quartet of days with the Lorraine Puyol family Appearing turbo-michinery, his princi- Mr. Archer's Howard Uni-
nightly in the Sir John Lounge: The Four Sounds Ditto Fish pal field, heat transfer and related versity degree was earned in frSt
Ray and Calypso Four, featuring pulsating Pat Augustina. subjects.An mechanical engineering, after
which he served as assistant
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Lorraine Carey-Albury ownerof active member of the professor 0 f that subject at ..

Jeff e r son Hotel and Lounge on Miami Beach,south American Society of Mechanical South Carolina State and as associate Louis, Mo. Two local Hairstylists cited at the NBCL
Houseguesting with the Eugene (Agatha) Howards Sr of Opa- Engineers, he serves as professor of mechanical Confab The Brilliante performances hairstylists, Mary
locka are Mrs. Lottie Block of Washington, D.C. and son Eu- chairman: of the Compressor engineering at TennesseeA. Ellen Banks and Susan Brown, were noticed at the 48th annual
gene Jr of Phllly DeputyConstable Brown checking up on Committee in the Fluids Engineering & I. Joint National Beauty Culturists League, National Institute of
and apprehending shoplifters in the shopping center along 27th Division of the ASME Cosmetology and Theta Nu Sigma National Soror, under the
Avenue at 163rd Reflections: Would have been so nice if and as a member of the Turbo-. A member of the Alpha Phi dynamic leadership of the National President, Dr. Katie E.
BTW had honored (with their presence) Mesdames Sarah Machinery Com tttee of the Alpha Fraternity Mf. Archeris Whickam Mrs. Bank, served a dual role, demonstrator at
Thompson, Bessie Davis-Slater, Osceola Hogan and Ora D. ASME Gas Turbine Division.He married and lives at 755 the Bronner Bros.Trade Show and instructor at the NBCL Youth

Lee-Taylor during its final senior high graduation exercisesand West Seventh Street in Plain- Booth Mrs. Brown,was recipient of a B. A. Degree, from
phase-out last June. These dedicated matrons (all living) is a member of the New field about 3 1/2 years ago, the NBCL Institute The magnificent event was held, at the
were pioneers in the field of education in Dade County, and Jersey Engineers Committeefor they lived in Teaneck, New beautiful Regency Hyatt House Hotel,Atlanta,Ga., recently.As
once taught among the halls of the old Washington Graded and Student Guidance, and has Jersey, where Mr Archer was the results of their spectacular presentations in many areas,
High School Proudly we blow our trumpet that each memberof frequently taken part in Urban also active In civic and professional including the NBCL convention, a new creative hair style team
this famous quartet taught this r e p 0 r te r in his youth-- League career-guidance pro- organizations. has been formed, going under the name Banks and Brown."

giving us the educational foundation we shall never forget.

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Tom Poitier of New York City and

James Rolle of Middletown, Conn visited mother Ethel Poitier ,. t. .'
JIlt t' Y :! {#"I< "
and grandma Sarah Butler.. .Cyril Rudolph Roberts and sons >,
Jeffrey and Ronald up from Key West for kids initial visit. .
Ruby Hightower-Bain, Elsada Ramos-Knowles,new Headstart BETTER LIGHT (

Aids .. Seen at Mayor Robert King High's funeral: Judge JohnD r.-..;; .
Johnson,AttyHenryArrtngton, Bishop F. Ball, Fr Theodore lightensHOMEWORK f" .
Gibson, Emanuel Hutcheson, Patrick Range,Garth C. '
Reeves, Willie Lamarr, Johnlie Johnson, Ruby King, Victor
Bain, Anna-Grace Sweeting. Little Earsley Williams enJoyed .J-:1.1: ; J j1 tr\'i; if p" :
her 7th birthday party Sunday, Sept 3. : 1', Tryc' '
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eyed babe flagging a white cabbie who pilots a yellow cruiserat to'e
10th and Times officer and
Second. manager Varitypist "',
Eunice Davis matriculating at M-DJC for further studies. .
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Featured with the John Lucien Trio at the Americana' Hotel, '" ,

Chris Calloway, Cabell's daughter, receiving raving hurrahsin '
the Carioca Room. Edward Lynch off to USAF. The George H. Mitchell,Jr., son ;
Ellis (Myrtis) McCants acting silly(he's CORE salesman). of Rev. and Mrs. George H.
Allready prone to leg injuries, Phyllis Wheatley elementary Mitchell, Sr. of 219 NW 14th
instructor Joycelyn Knowles broke her left ankle Sunday nightin Street entertained his young
freak accident at her home that laid her up in Jackson Memorial friends on his fourth birthday
Monday with a party at his
home. All the kids had lots of
THE WEEK'S WASH: There's a South Dade couple seeking fun.
divorce action. The proceedings should cause some eyebrow
lifting The socially-prominents should quit misbehaving.Any- ,
way, don't be too surprised(if Our Heroine retraces her former TV Channel 6
marital steps and make a surprise announcement. Tad Py-
from a replica of his deceased dad's profile Lorraine. .
Puyol now a grandmommy boasting 30. Her son Adrian (Sonny) On Air Sept. 18
Puyol and wife Virginia gifted her with another baby girl (not
South Florida's newest television -
yet named) their 8th, on August 30atJMH North Miami's
Greynolds Park getting big play from black and tan picnickers| station, WCIX-TV,
Harlem Gardens star Rufus Beachem plans recutting his Channel 6, will go on the air 1
popular oldie "I'm Going Back to Tampa" a smash platter Monday, September 18th

during the 1940's.
The station, a full color LOOK FOR THIS TAG ON STUDY LAMPS.

THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Prettiest ebony-hued lassie to,I facility will initially broadcast It menu thai it compliex with the rigid I
from 2 .m. to midnight with the let Light BellerSifcht Bureau
appear before these critical eyes in many moon is that gor p tll/lnllmlt of lI'r
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such features as first Hiul Illuminating Engineering Somtv
program
geous hunk of lovliness recently annexed to Opa-locka Kwik
Chek cashier's chain- Roberta Lee.She has eyes like a Mattel run movies, 10 p.m. news, Hy

doll, teeth even and white as dancing pearls, a smile like a Gardner, and the White Baron.is the iood home study lighting( prevent eyestrain and fatigue, aids concentration -
whispering summer breeze, and a voice softer than kitten's. "Strip programming" Better homework means higher grades( in school.
the
station with
purr. She's the finest piece of fabric of her ilk to come along concept at the about two hours of 200-watt lighting for only
cheap
her ravish- same shows to be rum: each day Electricity m
Moore dimpled
brought
since gorgeous Georgiana at the sam hour. a penny. In fact t, it's now cheaper than ever. Today, the average.. price
Roberts Sr from
ing beauty to our shores. Cyril D. Youngs-
the home
Sunshine Service electricity in is
town, Ohio to Los Angeles, Cal for Elks confab Duke paid per kilowatt hour foi :
Ellington and Sarah Vaughn opened at Expo 67 on Sept 4. But The station, which has acquired actually :.U9? l'heapel.than just 10 years ago.
not before Duke had inked another 3-year pact at New York's such favorities as Start your child "Rack to School" with a new, modern study lamp

Rainbow Grill where he packed 'em in nightly. Danny Thomas, Gilligan's Island functionally designed for seeing{ without /glare or ,;train."I
the new Divorce Court
now in color Sunset Strip and See the selection at these dealers now.
STUFF AND SUCH: Times city editor Bill McBride giftedus ,
with a nickel-plated, flower etched Park ciggie lighter Truth or Consequences,
that really works John Henry Lewis' brother Willie Green among others, would thus be h,
Lewis due in from Tampa Tuesday "Old Black Magic'' showing different episodes of
stylist Billy Daniels to star in "Golden Boy" in Moscow and these shows each day at the
London Florida Memorial College's $10 million dedica- same designated time, it was
tion scheduled for Sept 24 at 4 p.m., announces chairman of explained by Joseph M Higgins -
board Rey Edward T. Graham Academy Award winner executive vice presidentand
Sidney Poitier a millionaire. His "To Sir, With Love" alone, general manager. ,
netted the Bahamian-born actor two million Sympathetic FOP1 FLAMELESSPOWER
salutes to Times editorial writer Booker T. Hayes, whose wife Movies at Channel 6 will be.
Mildred Jenkins-Hayes passed during last week. : That'sit run at 2 p.m and 8 p.m each
brother, from yor one-man-newspaper, who knows every- day with such first-run fea-
body and everybody's racket, but who wants to warn all Do- tures as "David and Lisa,'
Gooders: Be careful how you snitch on the other fella to his "Room at the top," "8 1/2"
.or her mate for if you should mike a careful check at home and "Desperate Hours' on the t
your partner, too, could also stand a little reprimand. schedule. HELPING BUilD flORIDAI
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I r SLUMBER PARTY CLAIROL TECHNICIAN

Libbie Boston celebrated her
13th birthday with a Slumber TO DEMONSTRATEAll

\ Party from 8 p.m. to 11 a.m.
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and
O guests Libbie thanked a demonstration on Monday
them! for th e lovely gifts. September 11, 9:30 a.m.at the
i1 Out of town guest included Sunlight Beauty School, 1113
A 11 Shirley Jackson, New York; NW 3rd Ave
t! BY DAVE BONDU ,, \ \ : Sharon Stewart, Detroit;

: T'I Sandra and Valencia Moody,
-- --- \ Brunswick, Ga.All were sorry Betty Jo Turner, a Clairol
Did you ever visit your own hometown and got lost? It is a Sharon Technician, will be the featured -
Papers' came down
humiliating feeling. Not only did we get lost,but we found our \ with a cold. artist and classic Beauty
selves 25 miles out of the city on the dad-burned expressway! I Supply is host. The demon-
Mayme's sense of direction got us near Federal prison In Atlanta Libbie thanked aunties Mary stration will feature color
and that was the last place I wanted to be! At least, we L. Thomas, Myrtle BUllard, baths, high fashion coloring,
knew where we were and found our way back to highway 41. and Mrs. Janie Dixon of New toners, frosting, tipping and
which we were looking for in the beginning. We spent four York, and her mother, Merline streaking, blonde on blonde
cloudy, cold, miserable days there wishing for the palm trees, r Boston for chaperoning the and tint log grey from light to
soft breezes and sunshine. It was coldther even for the folk + r party. dark.
that live there.They had on bulky sweaters and short coats. '
so you know how we felt! We, listened to folks telling us the r.
best way to get to Fort Benning in Columbus, Ga, It took us 3il'r
from 5:15: p.m. to 10:30 p.m. to go those 93 miles! Detoursall

along the way a bad tire. rain. small narrow CALLING ALL CITIZENS OF COLOR
roads and no signs that could be seen in the rain and pitch YES, y yf HEAR YE! HEAR YE! HEAR YE!
black of the night. The one highlight of the trip was a nice
WHAT Breakfast
young man named Charles E. Stevens who is a former studentat :
the University of Miami. He now owns a Gulf Station at 500 WHY: To plan with Commissioner Range for

West Ojlethorpe Street in Albany, Georgia (right on the main f her upcoming race for the City Commission.
highway). This fellow changed our tires gave us good
II.
directions WHEN: Saturday moming, Sept. 9, 1967, 8:30.
and was as nice as could be. If you are ever tanmanaaumamswimt mmsmv*a* ,. 4 vmm Bmvmmasmom
in that neck of the woodsHighway 85-82-41-27))please stop by Atlantic Official WHERE: Johnson Hall, 1328 NW 3rd Avenue.
and get your car serviced at his station.It makes you feel good City County

when you meet nice folks,and see young people going into business SPONSOR: Ministers-Laymen Voter Regis-
for themselves. When'we reached Columbus, we missed Heads Prince Hall ShrinersFreeholder tration Committee of Dade County.EXPOSED.
the entrance to the Sand Hill area of the Fort, and after rid
ing for miles we finally found Dave, Jr., doing fine. We spent John Henry Prince Hall Shrinedom, its
Friday night and Saturday with him. He Is In the 291st Army Hester of Atlantic County and emphasis and community Involvement
Band, and sends regards to all his friends. citizen of Atlantic City, New has channeled thou
Jersey, was elected and installed sands to charitable Institutions
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Charlie Woods (Norton Tire
as Imperial Potentateof in combating ills of the
Company)
The Ancient Egyptian Ara- human family.imperial Potentate

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mary McRay bic Order Nobles of the Mystic Hester, stresses to all NOW PLAYUW
Shrine during a regular Nobles the urgency of reach- DRIVE IN THEATRE
of the 74th Annual Imperial down and
meeting the
Ing clasping
VIP OF THE WEEK: "K. C." Smith ((54th Street Liquors)
Council Session of the hands of his disadvantaged
The City of Atlanta Is doing something about their air polu- AE.AO.M.S having jurisdiction brother at the very lowest of
tion, traffic congestion on expressways and streets,all In one ,over 172 Shrine Temples the totem pole. "This is the !
swoop. I have thought of one or two questions that need to,be throughout the country, ranging challenge" of every Imperial
answered for me on it, but it seems to be a good idea. They from Anchorage,Alaska to Officer: Illustrious Potentate,

are asking Owners and managers: of businesses and employeesto the Bahamas, and an Armed and Noble throughout the do-' TIIETRUTH,..THE SHOCK..THE SHAME BEHIN
stagger their working hours. For instance: Some folk go towork Forces Temple in Germany. main.
from 7-3_ ;_others. from 8-4;others from 9-5 and still an- GIRLS IN TROUBLE !
otner irotn lu-6. Ii they can kinda 'divide'the population so -'
that they would take the hours they prefer, they might come 1 Every year 225,000 Girls become Unwed Mothers
with the solution to much traffic
up so on the expressways and esra
p
...and victims of the infamous
streets and there would be no real "crucial" hours, and the some
air polutlon problem would be lessened with less traffic But, F r doctors in black I
I would like to ask who is going to keep a record of the business ,
that is open from 10-6 as opposed to one that Is open from
.
"Y"
7-3. I can see where that cause a lot of confusion but I am :
'
waiting to see what the results would be. Maybe we can use
that to help our problems.
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Gave Mayme a surprise ,
birthday party on Labor Day, and it was a humdinger! Sadie & F
Willie Temple really poured it on thick, and a good time was }
had by all Atlanta has some swinging places: The Bird
Cage (a fabulous club with all the trimmings,where the Alle-
d
gros are holding the fort); Paschal's eland Carrousel FALSE
Lounge (we stayed at this beautiful hotel) where they feature K
name acts and good food with atmosphere; Frazler'sCafe So- I'
ciety where they have the best food in town (Evelyn and Lutherare NAT SAUNDERS JOHNNIE BURKE SHAM '
winter residents of Miami)in a lovely atmosphere Saw
Felton and Hazel Buck(he is the former manager of the Royal Birdland South To Be

Peacock); Nathaniel Starks the "Little golf pro" Jack 1U PI THOSE UNDER 16 HOT ADMITTED
Moore who is with Coca Cola. All the folks at The Atlanta Swanky Supper ClubBy WARN WUMROMNTOWmjUNMNKTHIirUm(IVtH THOUOH MOO IUIOIIIMATI CMILOMN)
Daily World (one of two Negro dailies in the USA) Herb
Lance (big time singer who decided to stay In Atlanta and bea Thomas Sharrieff

disc Jockey Ray Sneed(one of our greatest dancers who 1 The greatest news to hits cor and new features and will BUT INCREDIBLE TRUE I .IOSEPH I.lEVINr".. .d.
decided to open a school there) In my town, while I wa 1 Florida is: The great theatrl- be opened seven nights a week. IT EXISTS jq AcAOEIIYAW,AWMDrinnln,
gone, we lost one of our dear friends, The Honorable Robert cal promotion team of This fabulous clublong( TODAY
King High. It is a sad loss and our deepest sympathy goes this o| Saunders and Burke(that's Nat needed in this vicinity)is a two
family In the meantime,Our other goodfriend,Stephen i t Saunders and Johnny Burke) thousand dollar investment .E
P. Clark moved up to Mayor. We are happy for him, and feel are back together again: and and will be announcing their
that he will do a good Job in this position Our heartiest con operating in high gear. opening date very soon. COLOR WWibiw*
gratulations to Steve .Hope you read the article In Sunday's, Despite the shuttered Bird-
Herald about the political pie being sliced.It was really a fun- land in New York,known as the
ny article and I had predicted exactly what happened when we Jazz Corner of the world, Ft.
got the news. Mrs Range gets another chance at the gun law Lauderdale, now has Birdland
Dave Kennedy got his boy Ferre in office ( we voted for South A real smar Intimate Win A New 7967 Thunderbird
him) Irwin Christie got th Vice Mayor's seat, and we are supper club, completely
in business again. We have a good town, and one can really renovated with the interior decor
appreciate it when one goes away and looks at other places.It or red and gold by Frank Steel Top Convertible
is good to be home. And I do mean HOME! Don't miss Sieden and Co. of Miami.
Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger in "The Heat of the Night." I The Boulevard Room of the
told you before, but I'm t e Iii n g you again. That picture is magnificent club will seat overa Drawing Monday, Sept. 11at
something else! Our deepest sympathy the Hayes family thousand people with the best
Cat & Fiddle Nassau Bahama
in the loss of thir loved one. Booker T. Hayes lost his wife in facilities of dressing :
last week, which came as a shock to all of us. Willie West rooms: menandwomen's RAFFLE TICKETS $1.00
recuperating nicely, and soon to be back with the Dolphins, we lounges. Fully air-condition Can be obtained from Father Allen Chicken Sharksor .

hope. Anybody seen Annette McNeal?And her Mama, Mrs. ed, microphones with 32 members the Committee, Nassau, Bahamas
Anna Edwards. It's about time for Mama's birthday again. Get speakers, electronically con-
the birthday cards ready.It is 95th birthday,this year, I think. troled wherein te listener can GET TICKETS LOCALLY AT

With that good thought,till the next one, Live Live, every golden hear at any point i inclusive Theatrical Beauty Salon
minute of it,and to make the whole world smile .. EVERYBODY with the best in dining facilities
SAY PEACE! where one would enjoy
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Phone NE 5-2821
HousingThis
"soul" food-in-an enchanting
atmosphere.
Nat SaundersandjohnnyBurke Raffle, Show and Dance featuring

OUR CLASSIFIED ADS will present thetop CARLA THOMAS and the MARQUEES BAND and the MYRTLE

shows and all-star reviews. JONES TRIO is sponsored by The Bahamas Educational, Cultural
For small parties and
nightly
BRING RESULTS patrons a special room named and Social Association, under the patronage of the Premier, The

Basin Street East will be an Hon. L. 0. Pindling.
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OPA-LOCKA SUNSHINE CLUB TEA SUNDAY

Opa-lockaSunshine Club Opa-locka. Benefit ofOpa-
cordially invite you to a tea on locka civic improvements;:
Sunday, September 10 from 4 Mrs. Cleve price is presl-
to 6 p.m., at the horn of Mrs. dent and Mrs. M. Hanna, re-
Ella White, 2420 NW 152nd St., porter.

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,.... erous gifts .and solicitations ed to ,Setting relatives and
altar, baskets of white gladioli and Morris Mallowson. '00.'
received 20
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and candelabras formed the Immediately following the ... ,./,
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noon, August" EO, at 4 o'clock J.qn thejawn of the home of the. F cyagcnccnt AfUIJJ l
for the rri'arrTage i 'of Miss bride's parents.. MEN'S. ,WEAR, I
Sharon Beverly Dean, daughter For her daughter's wedding, Mr. and Mrs Benjamin A,' The groom*to-be is a graduate 'I
*:of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. Johnson chose an olive Jones of 21301 South Federal of Prairie View A & M I SEE 'MR. JACK" '
Johnson; to Mr. Freddie green lace embroidereddresswith : Highway Goulds, announce the, College, Prairie View,Texas. FOR
James Johnson, son of Mrs. matching. hat, 'and beige engagement of their daughter, He is currently serving in the STYLES FOR ALL AGES ,
Aim Johnson. accessories, and a white Cecelia Antoinette, to Lt.. U. S. Air Force aid attends the The Very Latest InM.n', Fashion .
Father Lambert L. Sands, orchid. Rutherford C.Wootqn,'Jr.,son. University' of New Hampshire SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Rector, performed the double- The groom's mother, Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford where he is'a candidate for a -
ring 'ceremony in Saint Agnes Alma Johnson wore a light blue Wboten Sr., of Lovelady, master's degree in Zoology. ITALIAN SHOES
Episcopal Church. lace dress with white accessories 'Texas. Cecelia Is'th granddaughter The wedding is planned for 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI. FLORIDA
Mrs. Lelia R.Williams, or- and a white orchid. of Miami pioneers, December. 23.
ganist, played the prenuptialmuiic. Mrs. Johnson attended St. Mr. Arthur and the late Mrs'* if, j''\'Ii. ....
in v keep ing with dignityand Augustine's College in RaleighN. Polly Mays, of 21901 &;Av. llff
impressiveness. C. and BethuneCook- Avenue, Goulds. Mays High
Mr. Calvin C. McKinney, man: College In Daytona. School was named, in their
uncle of the bride, was solist, Mr. Johnson also attendedSt. honor.
Given in marriage by her Augustine's College. The bride-to-be is a grad-
Stepfather, the bride worea Upon their return from uate of Mays High School and
floor length gown of white Hawaii they will make their currently a Junior at Barry
silk taffeta, A-line fashioned, home in Carol City. College in Miami Shores.WOOLWORTH'S.
trimmed with old fashion lace
embroidery. Her chapel trainof
satin taffeta and old fashion
lace was a flowing cape which {
fell from the shoulders. Her r

finer-tip veil of illusion was r" .Meee.wa aegA fayo "wx.., .. r w';ew' '
attached to a pill-box crown of
Allencon lace and seed pearls. 1
She carried a Holy Bible of
ivory, which was topped with a

white orchidand satin streamers l ..if7
tied in lover knots.

Miss Leord Dean was Mild
of Honor for her sister. Her
floor length gown of rose pink / QUALITY
crepe was skimmer styled
with back panel cage look,
three quarter length sleeves
and cowl neckline.She carrieda SEAFOOD CENTER
white chrysanthemum with
rose pink streamers.

Bridesmaids were Misses 5759 NW 27th Ave.
Bryley Newton, Fitzhugh New- j
ton, Diane Newbold, Rochelle
Allen, Rodrlqua Sturrup,
Yvonne McKinney, Barbara
Finley, Denese Johnson, ; 6354794It's
Nancy Robinson and Jolene
Hardee. Their gowns; were of
blush pink crepe similar to

that of the honor attendent. ',,'

They carried a white chrysan- a great pleasure to serve you.
themum with pink streamers. Key. 11.!)!}, break rcttirttant. .
Flower girls were little
Misses Kenta McKinney, of Come to see me.
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Philadelphia, Esther G lllans, 45PC. MElAMINE
and Kayla Johnson. They wore

floor crepe,length and carried gowns of white light bas-pink each: dinner You will get Quality Merchandise,

kets of pink rose petals. cups, saucers, '
Master Willie Kitchell was butter plates, PJates'1 241

ringbearer Mr. Willie for Robinson his cousin.) served. cream platter,, vegetable covered and Always Service With a Smile.

as best man for Ms' cousin.
Serving as Ushers were

Culmer M':ssrs. David, Jr.,Wilson Winston,John Sca-E. f--:: L:: TOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATWOOLWORTH'S LeonTHE

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Labor Day, 1967 is a time of appreciation at Variety Children's Hospital, :

Employees Anthony Fonze (left) and Alex Williams admire the "Union Honor : kpM

Scroll, a huge wall plaque (featuring //( / oil painting by artist AI VtebL The :
panel "honors men and women of organized labor in Florida who have given to the 4

hospital in the spirit of humanity," and occupies a special position in the main :
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New York, September 4th-- among Negroes: msnt camps. 4
This is the year most likely to "The feeling that since the "But for many who alreadylive
go down in history as the year nation does not really wish to in America's black urban
of Negro disenchantment with do away with its dual society, prisons, that does not seem 4
America, an award winning blacks should have the dominant like such a big risk." ;

journalist said today. voice in determining their
own role within that reality. A DAD
Ernest Dunbar,a senior edi-
"That the'nonviolent' tactic
tor of Look magazine, statedin =
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has not prevented the brutali- ODD
the current issue that his-
zation of the inhabitants of the = Y
torians "are likely to discover
ghetto by violent police, but GDINDIDE
there was no sudden veering, only created more victims. JS
Instead a slow, winding descent -
"That freedom cannot be fed
into
despair.
I like an Intravenous solution,

"If there has to be a year, a drop at a time,mougp to keep i
it will probably 1967.In this the patient alive but not tore- KEEP UP : :
store him to health.
year, a significant number of
black Americans have givenup "That while the black ON ALL OF THE !
hope in the 'American American wants to be an equal
Dream.' member of the society, he no
longer construes this to mean HAPPiNINGSBACK
Referring to "the revolt of that he must deface his own CBobb JonegCRp.co i

'67, Dunbar wrote,"The mo- values or cast aside his cul-
tive force of the new move- ture to assimilate" dt\g{ v4 host

ment is in black slum youth, The new movement's "des- HOMEWITH I.
and
the kids who live with the perate adherents,' wrote New excitingB.

knowledge that they were writ- Dunbar, "may succeed in J.'s
ten off before they were born." finally moving the nation toward ENTERTAINERSBAR YOUR NEWSY

the fulfillment of its obligations
Dunbar, whose citations include to all of its peopleor Welcome NEWSPAPERijIqe
the Capital Press club like our JapaneseAmerican Everyone
award for an earlier Look citizens during World War 6501 NW 7th Avenue

'article, "The Negro inAmeri- II, they may wind up In intern- Phone: 757-9379
ca Today,' listed these pointsas

"keys to the new mood" (IIi tamt ijIimes ?

NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU
MISS E. C. THOMAS

RETURNS FROM SNYDERS BARBER SHOP Wheather You're 50 Miles AwayOr


VACATIONMiss 6711 NW 15 AVE 1,000 Miles Away....................

E. C. Thomas recently -

returned to her 18th Street 6919314ANDREW Take Us Along l With You.................... .
home after an extended vaca-
tion In the North.Her trip took ii

her to Expo'67,Niagara Falls SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION
and other points of special i

terest in Canada. In New York

City, Mrs. Ethel Tate took her
OFFER FOR STUDENTS
on boat rides, movies and I
shows. Mrs. Corona Powell
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and her cousin, Mrs. Ermitt
Drew were week-end hostesses e =CLIP FILL OUT AND MAIL TODAY FOR BIG SAVINGS :

in their Montie 1 air i and .
Glen Ridge New Jersey homes
mite ittnti Wintes :
There, many of their friends ,
joined in for cocktails and din- ..

ners. Mrs. Bessie McKie Invited : 6530 N.W. 15th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA 33147 :
Miss Thomas to Mt.Ver-
non, N. Y. for a week where STROMAN DAVID SNYDER : SUBSCRIPTION GOOD FROM SEPT. 7, 1967 to JUNE 6, 1968 :

she and her sister, too playeda Hair Stylist Proprietor

perfect great summer.part in making this a *HAIR CUTTING : 40 BIG ISSUES FOR JUST ONLY $4.00 I i



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lo-fffes Service Club Returns From "Exponli'" io i..n. :

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! the 40 members, of the .. .f..
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\ service club after their .4
I orable trip to Canada and
I 67. As guest of the inter-
vice clubs council of ,
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the Red Carpet treatment
I accorded these
1 variety i of activities
planned to include the
ing: Daily visits to Expo,a
nic inthebeautiful

tians Mountains ,
parties, luncheon at habit our:1
a farewell party at 't-

council members. 1
Inter service club
greater Montreal is
of the following: service s
Bna I Brit h, L Ion s,

Optimist.Kiwanis, Civitan, Moose

This was a wonderful
play of international good
and understanding as the
men of Montreal open
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community. THIS KID'S A REAL SWINGER Nathaniel Austin Clara Warner and Mrs. Delores Hart 1

stand at the sculpture on La Ronde Island at Expo. |
((1)) Happy birthday, Uncle Syd. -

((2)) Time out for dancing.

'(3)) Co-Ettes take tim out for a swim in hotel pool.

((4)) Sponsors chat with chaperons.

((5)) Prize swimmers.

((6)) Farewell dinner party at home of Committeeman George
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Training For Unemployed

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Congressman Claude W. Willard Wirtz, secretary -
Pepper's Washington office of labor, and John W. I
announced this week that a Gardner, secretary of health,
$57,776 manpower: develop- education and welfare, approved I
ment and traing act project has the project jointly. The
been approved which will pro federal government will pro-
vide eight weeks' training in vide $54,382 of the money;the -
communications and employ- rest is to come from state Ij' 1 ri
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ability for 90 unemployed funds.
workers in Miami.
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? LDF Asks High Court to VISIT EXPO '67IN

Clothing Expensive
Restrain "Stop and Frisk"Washington MONTREAL, CANADA

Learn to SewAt All Expense CONSULT Tours Via Air or Bus ...

The NAACP this court to legitimate, in
to 1 and 7 10p.m.
one of the following cen- a.m p.m. NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU
these is such
a
TuesdayNorthwestern 7007 Legal Defense and EducationalFund cases, practice -
ters: Scott Cot- NW 12thAve.,9a.m.to12noon Inc. (LDF) cited exten- ." 1104 NW 3rd Avenue Phone: 379.8451
Monday J. E.
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sive riot analysis in a brief LDF attorneys filed their .
10, and 1 4 p.mMiami Jackson
7155 NW 22nd Avenue
tage 1751 NW 36th StIto 10p.m. filed with the U. S. Supreme amicus curiae brief asking reversal -
in the cases of Nelson
Court Tuesdayasking
Johnson 735
Wednesday J.W.
'SpRN "neither stops nor frisks" of Sibron v. State of New York;
W. 23 St., Hialeah 6-9 p.m.
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/ citizens on the streets be John Francis Peters v, Stateof
DES rU'4 con- Phone NA 1.7203
l S Thursday Lindsey Hopkins X- Notary Public
c. D 1410 N. E. Second Ave., 9 to stitutional "without probablecause. New York; and, John W,
EKE 'k/-FI ." Terry v. State of Ohio cases
12 noon and 12:30 to 3:30p.m.J. .
Some state courts have held wnich observers believe are the
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p 7155 NW
Scott Cottage
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that a lower standard. "sus- most important criminal (. tUttle fueetittB
22nd Avenue 7 to 10 p.m. The p
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picion" --is enough to permit cases which the court will decide
( registration fee for the sixteen
I a ORD SHOPJ J week trimester ending December search.the police to stop and this term. AND ASSOCIATES

1 21, is $3.00. # PUBLIC SERVICEPublic
The LDF stated that its or- The lifelong toaster by
634-9389 Mrs. M. L.Adams,Instructor. -
ganizational purpose was"the Proctor Silex is so designedthat
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am N.W. SI ST. legal eradication of practices it never needs repair shop Relations Consultant
which bear with discrimina- servicing. It consists only of Theatrical Editor The Miami Tim.. ,

Osceola, a Seminole Indianof tory harshness upon Negroesand six basic units, any of which
NOTARY PUBLIC Negro parentage, was the upon the poor" and that can be replaced by the house-
of American Indian "the stop and frisk 16351 NW 18th Place (Buncha Park) Miami, Florida
INCOME TAX SERVICE t greatest procedure wife more easily than a light
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CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE 2205 NW 16Cth St., died re- I

Wallace of 785 NW cently. She is survived by her I

1:1 DEATHS'' family of the late Lonnie September husband, Willie; three daughters

: IALS 'f 65th widow 1.St.Maggie,He died is Friday survived; a ,daughter by his Gloria William., ;Sandra two Funeral sons, ,Patricia Willie services and and


Catherine one brother, Fer-
; will be conducted Saturday,
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I! CARD 0 F THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSVIA Berline man; four Brooks sisters,Arabelle, Mesdames Holland September 9, at 1 p.m. in the

,.. .. .. Jackson and Chapel.
family of th late family of the late "{ 'j' ; Gertrude

: ... "I "-I, Theresa Allen. Funeral ser- Sr. of
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vices will be conducted
1805 NW 74th St., died Tues-
day, September 9, at1OOp.m. bay, August 29. He is survived -
in New Providence Baptist
by three sisters, MesdamesIris
Church. Rio, Viola Brown and

Mrs. Mildred Hayes of Richardson. Funeral
Myrtle
r rr : ? 14230 Monroe St.,died Thurs services were conducted Sa-

ri a day, August 31. She is survived turday, September 2, at 1100; (

i 1 MRS. MAE SEALS by her husband, Booker T. a.m. in the chapel
,; ;, : four Children, Denise, BookerT.
wish to thank their many rela-
;; n and Brain;a grandmotherMrs. Craig Ronald Jones, a pupil
,' ;,' tives, neighbors, and friendsfor
";,.\;\'.,(: JV : pjl ;' J "I't all acts of kindnesses rendered Ada Washington; a sis- at Earlington Heights Elemen-

'!" ? ,, i., during her long illness ter, Lois Kelly;four brothers, tary School, of 2295 NW 46th

:; :)" __ ..m__ _. AARON NAYLORwho ,and death. Edward, Leroy, Hercules and St., Apt 31, died Tuesday, Au-
Nelson Jenkins. Funeral ser- gust 29 in Jackson Memorial
Especially do we thank Rev.S. .
MRS. REMILDA SIMMS vices were conducted Wednes- his
Hospital. He is survived by
died August 10,1967,wish A. Cousins for prayers and
who departed this life August to express deepest appreciation words of consolation,and the day, September 6, at 41)0) p.m. mother, Mrs. Doris Jones; a

17, 1967, are profoundly for the heart warming officers and members of in St. John Baptist Church. step-father Harold Griffin;

grateful to all the many friends sympathy shown them during Greater Bethel AME Church. Miss Ozie Swint of 2001 NW two brothers; one sister; a

MR. JOSEPH JOHNSON and neighbors who were so their hours of bereavement. Also we offer special thanks to 62nd St., Apt. 6 died Friday, grandmother, Mrs. Grace

kind and understanding duringthe Special thanks to Mr. and the Doctors and nurses of September 1. She is survivedby Jones. Funeral services were
who departed this life August death of our beloved conducted Saturday, September -
Mrs. H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Memorial Hospital, a sister brother-in-law
20, 1967' wish to express our mother. J. Johnson, Mrs. Elizabeth and the M. H. Rahmings Fun- Mr. and Mrs.Stanley Pulliam; 2 in First Baptist Church.

sincere thanks and appreciation Special thanks to Rev. A.C. Rivers, Mr. and Mrs. Odin eral Home for kind and untir- two sisters, Dorothy and Na-
for numerous methods of Hall, officers and members of Bembry, Mrs. Hattie Collins, ing services rendered.We dine Powell; three brothersand Jesse Burke of 1275 NW 40th
expressions extended to us Ebenezer Methodist Church, and all of St., died Tuesday September 5
Mrs. Essie Myrick pray that God will ever four sisters-in-law, Mr.,I'
during our recent bereave- G r aDd'United Order of Pall the friends and neighbors from bless all of you. and Mrs. Arthur Swint, Mr. in Jackson Memorial Hospital.

ment. Bearers No. 8 and the Francis 57th and 58th streets and so Lawrence and William Seals, and Mrs. Clarence Swint, Mr. He is survived by his widow,
thanks to Thelma; a son and daughter-
Special
Range Funeral Home. others who are too
many, many sons. and Mrs. Horace Swint, Mrs., '
Funeral Home, Floral Hgts. Words can never enough in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
say numerous to mention. A very Alzona Owen and Hattie Hill;
Elementary School, neighborsof again, thanks from the bottomof special thanks to Mrs. Range two nieces Jacquelyn Cum'mings Burke; one grand-daughter.
31 Ave and 209th St.Special ALBERT Funeral arrangements are in
our hearts. and her most courteous and efficient and Lula Swint. Fun
thanks to neighbors of 53rdst. staff Mrs. Nettie Hall 759 A NW eral services were conductedon complete.
The Simms
and 31st Avenue, First Baptist Family. I May;;God bless each and 68th St., died August 28. Remains Tuesday, September 5 at Johnny Roberts of 626 NW 1

Church of Brownsville, everyone of you. .,_ were shipped Friday to, 400 p.m. in the Chapel.. Ct., died Tuesday, September
Gamma PM Delta Sorority.and' ; Fitzgerald, Ga., for final rites. 5, in Jackson Memorial Hos-
frlm<1s. CARDOF THANKSThe of 2705 NW'48th
Roy Young
The family pital. He is survived by a brother
Mrs. Willie Johnson, wife Mrs. Laura Sheppard, 18710 St., died Friday, September 1 Walt
e r. Funeral arrangements
Mrs. Jerllene J. 'Paschal, family of the late NW 29th Ave., Opa-locka died in Jackson Memorial Hospital.He .
-.------ Aug. 28. Remains were ship- are incomplete.John .
daughterMrs. Is survived by a son and
Bettye J. FCoffee, IN MEMORIAM, ped Wednesday to Bainbridge, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs

daughterMrs. Ga., for final rites. Luther T. Young; fourteen Burton,Jr., of 3051 NV
In of our loved one
Lucille Berger, memory grandchildren. Funeral ser- 211th St., died Saturday, Ser
daughter ] .....-...- Joseph Council, 11829 SW vices will be 'nnductedSatur- tember 2. He is;survived I
iiiENOS 216th St. Goulds died August
,
Itealia Mitchell, daughter 1jI 27. Remains were shipped on day, Septembf at 4OOp.m. his widow, Doris; six chl1drp' ".

Roscella Leverity, daugh- Wednesday 'to Charleston, S. in Salters Chj, MEChurch.Mrs. George, Gerald, Jacquelyn,
ter Lenora, Wayne and StephanieLightbourne
\ Carolina for final rites.
Charles and Tommy Lee : Marie Roberts of 1502 ; a father, John,*

Davis, sons. '. NE 154th Terr., died Satur- Sr.; four sisters, Ruby ,Daw-
Four sons-in-law and one 'I Mrs. Inez Tramnel, 1276NW day, September 2, in Jackson son, Annie Mitchell, Eva
"
34th St. died 31.
August
daughterinlawNine Memorial Hospital. She is Grigga and Bertha Coward;
'' t She is survived by her mother
great grandchildren; ;; survived by her husband Bos- two brothers, Charles and
'
three great great grandchildren "I'I; ',".'.'t' : 1 Mrs.Dewitt Erie Williams; one son, well; two sisters, Laura Joseph. Funeral services will
--- Singletary one grandson -
three sistersinlaw; 'j I ) :, Erie Forbes; two Ingram and Lucille Smith; four be conducted Friday, September

and other relatives and FRANK GIBSON i ...... ', ", grands, one brotherAlex; great Nel- brothers, L. W., J. D., 8, at 4 p.m. in the Chapel.
\ "''" 'i ;
friends. : } ,
Charles and James Bowling
\ I" : She will lie in beginning ;
son. repose
who died August 17, 1967, wishto ," I \- two sons, Boswell, Jr., and Infant Antonio Washington,
I 4:00
express sincere thanks and ? 'r1:" : p.m. Thursday. Ronald; a daughter Jesse Saw- the young son of Alpytha
IN MEMORIAMIn appreciation to all friends for I Funeral services Friday 200p.m. yer; four grandchildren. Funeral Washington of 2955 NW 47thSt.
\) Mount
; Calvary Baptist
cards of sympathy flowers, _'-'----- services will be conducted ., died Sunday, September
sad but loving memoryof donation of cars and other acts VERONICA BUTLERwho Church Saturday September 9, at 3. Funeral services were conducted -

our dear wife and daughter, of kindness during our 1000 a.m. in the Gibbs Chapel 1 Wednesday, September -
bereavement. departed this life September Mrs Oretha Davis, 365 NW AME Church. 6, at 9 a.m. in the Chapel.
Especially do we thank his 12, 1966. 16th Terr., Apt. 8, died Aug.

employer, The Miami Herald; She bade no one her last farewell 30th. Funeral services were
r House pf Albert Funeral conducted Wednesday from the

Home; New Bethel Baptist She said goodbye to none. Chapel. She is survived by her

Church and its auxiliaries; The heavenly gates were open.A husband, Joe; one daughter, 691-7661
neighbors and friends. loving voice said come. Mrs. Eugene Scott; mother

Your kindness will never be What would we give to see her Mrs. Lillie Robinson; one sis-
forgotten. smile. ter, Mrs. Clauda Wilson. rti

To sit and talk for just awhile

Essie Gibson wife and Though she is absent she is always William Alfonso Cooper, v''r.
children. near 2950 NW 58 St., died September -
3 Still loved, still missed still 5th. He is survived by his '!')*

very dear. wife, Cora Mae; one adoptedson

James Graham Jr.; one

IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Annie Sears, mother step-sister, Jacklin Taylor of f 5

Hezeklah Sears, father Detroit, Michigan. Arrange- ,
loving memory of our Virginia Williams, sister ments are incomplete. n.
dear friend
Nealon Sears, brother / .

r FRANCIS jj

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Mrs. Annie McIntosh Jordanof
MRS. IRENE POITIERwho Thornton Fuller of 3013 NW 1737 NW 2nd Ct., died, Au- / k.

departed this life September 54th St., died August 29. Fun- gust 30, at Jackson Memorial ,

8, 1956. eral services were held Saturday Hospital. Remains were ship- THE

Gene but not forgotten. Sept. 2. Survivors include ped to Tucker, Ga., on Thursday -
May she rest in peace. a sister i Mrs ArethaCurrlngton September 7th, for final

Milton Pettier, husband i ; four brothers, rites and burial. Survivors include -

Mrs. Marie Curry, mother Jessie, David, Will, and Pink. her husband, Rogers;

""I t one sl'n. Thomas; two sisters,
James King 2045 NW 4th ct., Mrs. Sarah Kelley and Moriah
CARD OF THANKSThe JiMt Jkfiewl service
Amuita'4
died Sept. 1, Funeral services Peters; four brothers, Ben
family of the late I will be held Saturday 3 p.m. Ned, Dan and Oscar Peters;
-.--. -, He is survived by a wile Mrs. and two grandchildren. .
JAMES LOCKHART SR. MISS HATTIE BRACE Bessie King; one sister Mrs. Cod jLw

who departed this life Sept. 7,, Cathy Bell Denson; two broth-.
who departed:this life August 1964 ers, Joe and Hiram.Howard RICHARDSON IN YOUR HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT CALL

18,1967, wish to express our "Sunset and evening star
sincere thanks and appreciation And one clear call for mi e House of 1152C i Huntley Turner residing at "Where service begins and never ends"Three

for the numerous expres May there be no mourning ai t t Lincoln Blvd, died,August 31,,, 6016 NW 25th Ave,died TuesI -
slons of sympathy extended to the bar Funeral services were I day, August 29, in Jackson locations to serve you:
September 8. He is survivedby I Memorial Hospital. He Is survived -
us during our recent bereave When I put out to sea."
ment. a mother, Mrs. Esther> by a cousin Mrs. Mary Miomi Opa-locko

Sadly missed\ House; a grandmother Mrs, Coney. Funeral arrangementsare Ptrrine
Mrs. Alice Lockhart and
family. The Grisbys Lily Bell Bishop. incomplete

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NEW MACEDONIA GRACE ST. JOHN AME ST. MARY'S W. M.

PRESBYTERIAN Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
3165 NW 56th Street Rev. W. A. Curry pastor
,
6895 NW 14th Avenue Mrs. A. E. Bethel, reporterThe
I Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Catherine Willis reporter
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1 Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
Willie Beard
J. reporter Junior Church will singon

,, On tonight (Friday), there The Sacrament of Baptismwill Some of the main: events at Sunday morning and the No. tfANTIOCH

will be a Battle of Songs be- be observed during this St. John this month are: 1 Choir will sing at night.Sun

t tween Choir No. One of New Sunday morning service. Sept. 10 The Weary Tra- day will be infant Baptism.

/. Providence and Choir No.Two velers and the C Lord C's, 3 The Ways and Means Com- BAPTISTRev.

: of New Macedonia This affair mittee will hold its regular
NEW MT. MORIAH p.m.Sept. is asking p. W. Wiggins, pastor
I will be held at New Macedoniaand 12 The pastor .meeting at the church on Sun-

I Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor is in behalf of Women's all choir membersushers, day, Sept. 10 at 5 p.m. The
Sis. officers and members of the all mem- The Youth Choir and Ma-
: Evelyn Souter, reporter president is asking
Day.On him to tron's Society Invite you to an
church to
accompany be Bu-
afternoon present.
Mu-
Sunday a bers to please
: Our pastor left on Tuesday of Enjoyment at Baker's -
to render ser- Evening
St. Luke AME .
vital
sical Tea will be held from siness of importance.We
I to Denver, Colorado to attend Haulover Beach Friday
vice at 8 ,
3:30 to 5:30: p.m. This affair is p.m. are very happy to have
: the national convention. Ware
8th beginning at 7 p.m.A .
-Sweetfield Baptist Sept.
Sept.
the all the visitors from Nassau
being sponsored by Sunday
praying for him a safe and School and BTU departmentsIn Church of Coconut Grove, Rev.P. and other parts of the United bus will be available, at the

: enjoyable trip. behalf of Women's Day. J. Curry, pastor, will render States worshipping with us on church, for persons not having
"i The Sunday School want to service at st. John.please transportation of their own at
for
tickets the
Remember
Sunday.
,I thank each and everyone who Fifth Annual Women's Day, come out and enjoy yours- The big day is almost here. 6:30 p.m. Donations: : Children
attended and participated on 75 and adults$1.00.Refreshments -
(
Banquet that will be held on selves. What? Woman's Day. The
; their anniversary. Also to the Friday, Sept. 22, in the Star- The pastor has appointed the committee is asking all mem- will be free.

I persons who were unable to light Room of the Biscayne 1 following Pew Leaders: Mr. bers with ads and patrons to Oi Sunday, September 10th,

attend, but gave donations. Terrace Hotel, 340 Biscayne Marshall Williamson, Mr. please turn the list in no later at 3:30: p.m the YouthChoir
The No. 3 Choir (juniors) Henry Flowers, Mr Samuel will sponsor a special program
will Blvd., can be obtained from than Sunday,Sept. 10.See Mrs.
celebrate their anniversary
entitled "Marching to
the chairman, Sis. Mytrice Russell, Mrs. Rosa Turner, Bertha Adderly or Mrs.Adele
on the fourth Sunday in MRS. RANGEWe Mrs. Louise Thomas, Mrs. Zion' featuring Ralph Mc-
not
Murray, 1251 NW 56th Street. Bethel. Let us forget our
this
month. You may call 759-5245, any of are eagerly preparingfor Carrie Davis, Mr. Raymond pledges for this day. Membersplease Cloud, Brenda McQueen, Lo-
Please pray for peace allover Pauline letta Clark the Evangelists
the women of New Macedoniaor Women's Day, to be ob- Robinson, Mrs. see your class leaders ,
the world. Visitors are Robert Butler Chapel Youth Choir
Thompson, MA Kelly's
Willie or Aurora Beard. served on Sunday, September with your pledges.
always welcome. Ella Swain Mrs. Bessie and : other outstanding
Mrs. many
for
Tickets are $5.00 per person. 17, Mrs. Lucy Bradley,chair- Tickets are still on sale
Plan now to attend this extra- man. Our guest speaker of the Woodard, Miss Leslie Mobley, the raffle to be held at the singers. A cordial invitation

JORDAN GROVE vagant and elaborate affair. morning will beCityCommissioner Mrs. Bertha Walker, Mrs. church on Friday, Sept. IS;;i. is extended to the public.

On the fourth Sunday afternoon Mrs. Athalie Range In RENA Hunter, Mrs.. Bernice Donations are $1.00 each.
Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor Jamison, Mrs: BeatriceGrant, Boards will
in this month, the Male the evening, the youth will con- The Stewardess

Eddie Gilbert, reporterTo Chorus will observe their an- duct the service, with Mrs. Mrs. Eunice McGahee, Mrs. have a program on Sunday, HURST CHAPEL

keep you in mind of your niversary. Virginia Oliver as the guest Annie Spring,Mr.Luclous M- Sept. 10 at 4 p.m. Everyoneis

assessment on Men's Day, speaker.On Griff, Mrs. Cora Anderson, invited to attend. Rev. W. 'A. Allen, pastor

which comes off on October8th. Sunday, Sept. 24, we will M:s. Mary Hinson, Mrs.Rosa Let us not forget our sick Mrs Jean TownsendreporterSunday

Men $25; women$10; jun- BETHEL AME observe Christian Education Williams and shut-ins. Say a prayer for

ior boys $5 junior girls$2.50. Let us not forget the sick them.Visitors.
; fervor Day Members of the teachingand was Communion day.
Imbued with spiritual and shut-ins. Show them that
The chairman is asking each matchless youth advisor'staff will be are always wel- We had a wonderful time,
and inspired by the :
of to play well partin we care. come at St. Mary's "The
you your leadership of the Rev.Slyvester dedicated during the morning spiritually and financially.After .

this drive. Brother H. Dix- A. Cousin, the ardent service. In the evening, the Friendly Church." service, the pastor

on is chairman.The membership Greater Bethel Sunday School staff will pre- CHRIST EPISCOPALFr. called all mn organize for

No. 1 Choir will cele- AME Church has unfurled sent a graduation service. Man's Day. Bro. Allen Law-

brate their 10th annual anniversary for banner Remember; You are always Theodore Gibson, rector SECOND BAPTISTRev. rence is chairman, Bro.Issac
) plans a year.
beginning Fridaynlght of welcome at Grace. Antoinette Silver, reporterHow Burton is cochairman.Let .
Following the purchase J.A. Ferguson, pastor
Sept. 8, at 8 o'clock, with a
the lots adjacent to the church us pray for our sick and
musical program. Deacon was, Labor Day? shut-ins Essie
your Lee
: Washington -
and
for facilities reactivation -
parking ; The Second Baptist ToddleInn
Eddie Gilbert will be This PROVIDENCE
M.C. of the birthday i NEW Did you enjoy the food at the opened this week under the Sis. Ethel Lawrence and
program will conclude Sunday annual Food-A-Rama? Well Sis. Rebecca
calendar programs, the mem. Rev. J. C. Burney, pastor direction of Mrs. Dinah Lar- Marshall.
afternoon at 3 with a number of
of did. It was reallya
lots
An Old
people
all efforts Fashion Fish Fry at
bership is gearing Arsula Edwards, reporterThe kins with Mrs. Mary Harrington
choirs. You are invited to
treat for the holiday.Do the church,
for Women's Day October 22. assistant.Due Saturday, Sept.
out and hear
come these great have an ear for lis- 10th.
choirs.To Group leaders for this event No. 1 Choir will cele- you to a small enrollment
tening to fine music? Well, we
the sick trustin are: Mesdames Mary Cousin, brate its Sixth Anniversary, each child is able to receive a
: Always the
have in store for great-
God and you shall be healed Bennie White, Emma Collins, starting Friday night, Sept. est musical recital you ever. This maximum of individual atten- CENTRAL BAPTISTThe

Naomi Symonette, Fannie 15th and ending Sunday, Sept.
event will be held Sunday,Sept. tion.The
Jernigan, Margaret Carey, 17th. Everyone is cordially Toddle Inn boasts of its Missionary Society is
Ella Jones, Cherrye (Boyer invited to attend. 17, at the horn of Mr.and Mrs. hot balanced meals beautiful grateful to the many visitorsand

DRAKE MEMORIAL Marian Muldrow, Frances The Hospitality Auxiliaryis Arthur Roberts. fenced play area and spacious friends for their liberal

Cause, Estelle Young, Alice now in the process of plan- Our best wishes go with our air-condition study and donations on behalf of our boys

Rev. Janus W. Dunn,pastor Barr, Mildred Manroe, Jessie ning its annual Tea. Present- boys and girls as they enter sleeping quarters. The daily and girls attending college,

The pastor, officers and Giles and Miss Melzie Elliott ing to you the four seasons of upon the school year. Remem- hours are 7:00: a.m until 5:00 which made our program a
ber education is a M JST. Be-
members are making plans for All members are asked to respond the year in fashion,Sept. 24th, p.m. great success. The speaker of
and
the Second Annual Women's to contacts which will be at Bonded Rental Agency,4150 have yourselves get your Registration is still opened the afternoon, the Rev. Ernest
not be able
Day on the second Sunday in made by captains for this oc- NW 7th Avenue from 4 to 6 p.m. studies. You may education call 238-7613 for further de- Hutcheson, spoke on "The
make it with an
to ,
November. Mrs. Dorothy casion. You will see the latest in fash- tails. Stop by 1111 Pinkston Power of Love over Hate "
will not be
Brown is our chairman and Under the chairmanship of ions and styles, narrated by but able I to am make sure it you without one. Drive and inspect our center M.iy the Lord bless everyoneis

Mrs. Melves Mikell is our co- Mrs. Mitilda McPhee, funds Mrs. Keener. Please com?out to school and stay in school. anytime. our prayer.

chair man. have been raised by the mem- and help us share this happy Go to Elizabeth Don't: forget prayer meeting Sister Justina Barr is president -

The women will be Inform bership for a new carpet. occasion. If you miss this affair Congratulations of Mr. and every Tuesday night, at 8:00 ; Mother Elmore

ing you of their gigantic plansto Members are still urged you will miss a treat. Jackson, daughter of Croma- p.m. Strachan, vice president; Sis-
Jackson
Mrs. Paul ;
make this their second wo- purchase one foot of carpet, if Prayer meeting Tuesday at ter Wilhelmsiu Saunders,

men's day a great success. they have not already done so. 8 p.m. All members are askedto ton, Calif., and granddaughterof secretary and chairman of the

We are very proud of our "Red Carpet Day' will be please attend.Consecration. the Mrs. Kate S.at Dean UCLA who in spent the ZION HOPERev. program committee; and Rev.E. .
summer
Scout Troops under the lead- marked with a special cere- hour of prayer research project Paul Freeman, pastorSis. J. Clarke is pastor.

ership of Brother Mitchell and mony to lay the carpet and render will be held each Sunday morning psychology designed, E. Jackson, reporterThe
an expanded program
Brother Scippio. Many thanksto thanksgiving for our bles- at 5:00.Remember. DORASMEETSEPT.
for minority groups to increase women are looking for-
the other members of the sings. our sick i shut-
college attendance. ward to a wonderful time on 17
committee who worked with The spiritual life of the ins and those who have friends
Worshipping with us at our their Women's Day programon All members of the
the boys on Friday at 6:30. church has been enhanced and loved ones in the armed Daughters -
Choral Eucharist Service on the fourth Sunday of this of Richard Allen of
the delivered services. ,
Parents send through messages -
... may now boys was the Rt. Rev. J. month. They are praying forGod's
Sunday Greater Bethel AME Church
the and Visitors wel- ,
'from age 6 to join the Cub by pastor visiting are always
Pack. church dignitaries.A new em come. Richard, Bishop of Costa Rica blessings in every way, are asked to meet September

Don't forget the Mission will phasis on class meeting and and family and Frederick Sim- spiritually and financially. 17, at the horn of Miss Marie
mons, former church school There will be plenty of food for Adams 1371 NW 70th St. at
revitalizzd ,
meet on Monday night at 8:00. Love Feast; and, a -
Come out and help us to make meeting of the official ST. JAMES AME superintendent, who now resides everyone.Our 4:00: p.m.
in Monclair, N. J. pastor left for the national In addition to planning for
for the church family have strengh-
pads Cancer Society. Sneed
Rev. F. E, pastor
Get well wishes to Mrs. An- convention Monday
the annual
fall tea the
We are in need of old white I then the membership group
Marshall
Joseph R. reporterOur
sheets. You are welcome tc i Greater Bethel invite you to nie William: Sincere sym- August 28. He left Rev.Andrew will discuss a project for the
pathy Is extended to the familyof Jackson In charge. He is ask- year and cite the winner of the
rededicate yourselves as
become of Mission
a part our I i revival started Sunday
the late Nora Gaiter,whose ing everyone to please co-
faithful servants of God. The' end day. Mrs. Theresa Clark is
Society. night and will Tuesday
requiem mass was held on operate with himDon't
church for spiritual renewal night. Come out and bring a president.
; Tuesday. to
forget pray for the
visit and 1
beckons you, to join, friend.
FRIENDSHIP sick and shut-ins and to
come
see that "God is not dead. M,
Mrs. C, Porter andSeptem- church and have faith lift- SUNRISE
Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor Shannon. like to thank your M. B.
ber-ites would
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter ST.. JAMES AME ed.
everyone who supported them Rev. T. L. Evans

Saturday, Sept..9th,at 8 p.m. BROWNS CHAPEL on.Labor. Day.Septemberites. MIRACLE
the No., i Ushers' Board wil 1 Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor are havinga 4900 NW'2ni:! Avenue REVIVALA The Holy Baptist Ministersand

have a musical tea at the horn* Rosa Bell Smith, reporter night of games and fun at Mrs,. Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor Deacons Union of Miami,

of Deacon and Sister B. T Kelly's at 1245 NW 69th St., great spiritual campaignis will meet at St. James M B.

I ., Smart, 2010 NW 53rd Street. The ushers' board's anniversary Saturday, September 9,at 8:00: During the 11 a.m.services going on for healing of body Church, at 2:30 p.m the Rev.
I on Sunday, Sept. 17, there will and saving of souls and the ele- A, Backsor is 18th
The president, Deacon B. T. will be held the fourth pastor ,
p.m.Wa be a one act drama presented vation of the mindsattheMracle -
v Smut and members extend :i Sunday in October. are making plans for our Avenue and NW 70th Street,
church Anniversary this third I entitled 'Zacharias andEliza- Revival Center, 1931 NW September 10 19. Come
f cordial Invitation to all. Our new location is at 1323 one
) Visitors are always wel-. NW 54th Street. Sunday, September: 17. beth in the Temple", directed 152nd Terrace. Maher W. M. corn e all you are welcome.Rev. .

Let us for the sick,and I by Mr. Charles M.C 10 ud. Johnson is pastor and Elder T. L. Evans is the
come to come to our churcl i please pray for our sick and pray president -
this treat. David William Is conductor.
Don't mss ::
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ST PAUL AME; CHURCH

Rev. T. C. Kelly,pastor
NEWS FROM IN ANDAROUtiDltrlFr
Mary Amos reporter a: :
Revival meeting will begin : : '\/ oJ:" '' fl
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h t s' + Gittfiitti r!eii#
September 18, at 7:30pm.the
BAHAMAS
Rev. F. E. Sneed will deliverthe ,

message. Let us pray fora ,,.:f I' ;--- -
good revival.All .
members of the C. A. Projects under way at the in the House, the membership
Gibbs Club are asked to attend airport in Freeport, Grand of the PLP and UBP are still
the Annual Spring Meeting, Bahama Island will double equal. The balance of power
September 10th, at 5:00 p.m. present reservation and ticket went to the PLP after the Jan.
business of importance. counters and add an ultra-new 10 election, after a'Labor
restaurant. Customs and Im- member and an Independentthrew
The J. B. Epperson Board migration operations will also their weight with that
will hold their meeting, Sep- be expanded. party.
tember 17, at the church, all * *

members are asked to pleasebe A $10 million cruise ship Salissa Mederick,a Haitian,
present. is under construction at the was fined $75 or 25 days hard r
Congratulations to Choir Krupp Shipyards in Western labor and was ordered to pay
No. 1, for winning the Baby and Germany to provide perma- compensation $360 or an additional ,
State contest. nent service between Miami 120 days, for burning the : :

Stewardess Board No.3 will and Freeport by 1968. The furniture and clothing of his --j ... -. -
14,000-ton luxury liner, with former girl-friend, Paula
sell dinners, Sunday, September sleeping accommodations for Maylem. Maderick appearedin The Church of God True Holiness located at NW 90th Street and 20th Avenue
10th, in the annex plan to
have dinner with them This is 750, will carry 1,500 passen- the police Court at Free- Avenue are prepared to pick up and deliver your children and also adults each Sunday -

to benefit Women's Day. gers per trip and an expected port, Grand Bahama August morning for Bible School Pickup time at 9:30 a.m. Working mothers need rest.

Remember our sick and total of 150,000 per year. 16. The incident occurred at If you cannot come, the church teachers will give your children affectionate care
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shut-ins. The Lutheran Church is Pinder's point on the 12th. until they are returned. Please call 691.2650 and grow with us. The pastor's,plea,
Elder J. W. Wilson.
planning construction of a four The Rev. A. C. Alexander, +-
ATTENTION year university in Freeport, 92, died at his home at Matthew Pictured above are members congregating in front of the church after services.

BEAUTICIANS Grand Bahama within two Town, Inagua,on August 11.He Bottom left photo shows first part of the membership listening to church guitarist
years. The institution will be was a leader in his communityfor Andrew Alcorn. At right is the pastor, Elder J. W. Wilson as he expounds his Sunday
State President Ross of the built on a large tract of beachfront many years and was active message.
Orange Blossom Beauticians property donated by the in its religious and welfare
Association and Is urging all beauticians Grand Bahama Development work. Among his survivors is Late Rev. Alexander Had Varied Career .
beauty salon own- Company. his Olive Alexander
ers to be present at a very im- . daughter who ,lives Miss in Miami.- Funeral services for the Born at Mathew Town, In- ing obliged to retire because of
late Rev. Nehemiah Cornelius on December 2 1874 ill health.
portant meeting Sunday, Sept. Six cruise ships brought agua ,
10, 1:30 p.m., at 'Sunlight 4,520 vacationing Three masked robbers Alexander Were held last Sa- Rev. Alexander, 92, died Fri-
Beauty School, 1113 NW 3rd Nassau in a single passengersto July day. staged three robberies in a turday at Inagua. day night, August 11. He was also a Justice of the
row Friday night, August 11, Peace at Inagua.He .
Ave.ia.1M.
The ships were the Canberra, ally evacuated.A The oldest Inaguan at the
at Grand Bahama.
Freeport,
Oceanic, Ariadne, Miami,Ba- The police are making delegation of Bahamian time of his death, Rev. Alex- Is survived by nine child
hama Star and Sunward. effort tobreak the trend before every officials went to Port-au- ander has had a varied and ren, including three sons and
* it gets out of hand.Magistrate's Prince, Haiti in July for a con- colorful career.In six daughters. Two of his
The first"crop" of solar ference with President
his lifetime he was hon- daughters, Mabel and Gladys,
salt will be harvested this Francois Duvalier. The talks
yearat reside at Inagua. Olive Ida
,
Court No. 1 ored not only by his fellow
the Diamond Crystal Salt centered around the problemsof Albert and Harcourt live in the
reopened on August 14 in the citizens, but also by Her Ma-
Company facility on Island trade and immigration.The
Long remodelled former Salem jesty the Queen who bestowedhim United States Residing in
M' in the Bahamas. First delegation feels that as the re-
'
Nassau are Mr. Stanley Alex-
,a Baptist Church on the west a Certificate for Public
rN year production is expected to side of parliament Street.The sult of the meeting,a pact may Service on June 10, 1961.In ander of the Capitol Studio and
total tons. be made between the two
100,000
old church building, a landmark gov- Mrs. Euterpia Archer.In .
* ernments. At the same time 1928 he was ordained pas-
in the city, was boughtby
The Bahamas: Ministry of hundreds Haitians have been tor of Inagua Zion Baptist 1900 Rev. Alexander
the government last .
Tourism reports record num- year.A deported from the Bahamasfor Church. He served in this married the late Alicia Jane
new Salem has been built by
bers of visitors pouring into illegal entry position for 33 years after be- Mortimer
the congregation in the South-
1 the islands.Travel during
July
,
ern District. The Rev. Enoch -
was 13.7 cent last ,
up per over Backford is pastor..
year. Some 900,000 visitorsto ,.
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KELLY'S CHAPEL ;" r'" : ," /\ 'amv
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the Bahamas are predictedfor ;
METHODIST 1967.TheelecUononAugust28. Hundreds people"invaded" \ :
CHURCH East Street and Soldier Road, ;SAMPSON'S MARKET ,
to Nassau, a few,;lM'eeks ago and .
L. L. Dean, Pastor '
Rev. .
replace Sir Stafford Sands in Y'
started staking off and clear- ; "
PRESENTS the House of Assembly resulted ing parcels 1 of property for : i:
ST.
NW 62
Sandra Fox in the first Negro tobe themselves. A false rumor 1466
elected to represent the City went the rounds that the gov- Ml /: '
William R.adWlllamt!
District United Bahamian ernment was giving free land
Accompanist Party candidate Cleophas Ad- .. as much as one cared to take flJ' Delivery 696-5711' ,
IN CONCERT
derley was the winner in the and clean up. A machete bri- ,t *, -
Shirley Also Fashions Turnquest by and three-way contest. Milo But- gade fell to work, andeventhe
Ruby Lazier ler Jr., (PLP) was far behind police could not convince themat

SUNDAY, SEPT. 10 and Bert CambridgeIndependent ( first that the rumor was not BUTTERBALL SPECIAL
4 o'clock ) was on the end. true and that they were tres-
NorthwesternHigh With another UBP member passing. The "squatters"fin-

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Liberty i 'c'ilj.d. Brownsville THE DORSEY DIARY

I' Opening day at Dorsey went spring when 347 Dorseyites
smooth and the entire walked off with physical Fit-
Get New SchoolsTwo very ,
.
Space Age faculty was pleased with the ness awards or should we

of the student say ran off? To Dorsey stu-
new school buildings.- for High School at 1801 NW 60 appearance Neatness and cleanliness dents and the P. E. Depart

: modern as tomorrow opened Street, a $1,925,820 structure body.prevailed, as well as orderliness ment, hearty congratulations!
I their doors to Liberty City featuring loft areas, a divis.
In the classrooms.
children when the school gong able auditorium balcony,movable that New things have been addedto
Little did the kids know for instance, the
rang Tuesday. space dividers and elec- Dorsey;
Also open. ing to serviceD tronic audio-visual and team for two weeks before opening Work Study Program headedby ir. wMMM111
been Y
had
day, Dorsey teachers Mr. Robert Davison, which
a d e' s fast-growing school teaching aids. Offering 28,000
meeting In groups and drawingup will ide a job plus com ? !
the pro
enrollment were major additions feet of open space, 4
at 10 school sites with a pioneeting school will accommodate plans In curriculum, plans patible studies for older Dor-
and plans for a
for discipline
dozen others slated to open In 1,400 students. smooth running cafeteria. In sey students.
is Herbert H. John
November. Architect
addition, last Thursday even- The Teacher Corps continues
Emphasis in the new build.. son. Designed in "pods"
Ing, August 31, Dorsey teach- with its creative program,
ings is on flexibility, providing wheeled around a center,
ers went Into the community this year headed by Team
maximum use of space and Lorah Park Elementary old and Bullard a
like last year to greet Leader Mrs.Myrtle ,
facilities for newest teaching School will accomodate 840
new students and parents veteran teacher of over 25
school children at 5160 NW 31 Ave-
techniques, planners alike. years in Dade County. "We
stressed. mue. Each pod in the octagonal Back in the physical educa- hope to involve the communityIn k' .
Biggest of the new plants building is from the drawing
than
tion area, awaited a huge port- school activities more K 1
will be Charles Drew Jun- boards of GreenleafTelesca.FREE q i
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.able swimming pool. Some ever before, seems to be her
thing new has been added this keynote for the Teacher Corps

XRAYSFree year: Swimming classes! AndP. this year.
CHEST
E. teachers were talking New teachers at school this
Chest X-Rays will be about the official notice that year include: Mrs.Barbara

available on the ChristmasSeal our principal, Mr. Allgood got Rogers, ML'S. Helen Ross,
y Mobile Chest X-Ray Unit from Washington from the Mrs. Joyce Sweeting, Mrs.
Irf 1 of the Dade-Monroe Tuberculosis Presidential physical Fitness Wlnnifred Bethel New Assis- 1 yu

e4i r and Respiratory Disease Committee, thatDorsey was oant Principal for Administration Fa

Association, for all Dade the number one school In the is Mr. Kelly Wilson. Mrs. r

County residents 18 years ol: nation. Physical education Diane Fahey, is the new Prin

age locations.and over, at the following, teachers knew about! this last cipal's Secretary-Treasurer.: Honor Camp Held For Dade


Monday, Sept. 11. NW 3rd Openings in Laboratory County's 4th 5th and I
Ave. and 21st St. Hours: 912and ,

[ 14. Nursery School at M-DVC/ 6th GradersThe
Tuesday, Sept. 12 NW 5th
a Ave. and 21st St. Hours: 1-4 There are still a few open an observatory equipped witha Recreation Division of vision's dlstrictsNorth,
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-..-.-y...-f,4n N '"{ .""" ..... and 5-8 pm.Wednesday. ings for three-and four-year- one-way window while the Metropolitan DadeCountyPark south and central. The child-
Sept. 13 NW old nursery schoolers at Mia- tots play and learn to adjustto in the Indian
sixth and Recreation Depart ren participated
Oral A. Allen, grade
18th and 63rd St. Hours ml-Dade Junior College one another.
Ave.
ment held recently an end'ofsummer themed Honor Camp with such
teacher at Treasure Island
School Miami 9-12 and 14.Thursday .North, according to Home Carolyn Barnette Wright, program honor camp activities as: swimming, trailblazing

Beach Elementary received his masters ,Sept. 14 Frede- Economics Departmentchair- who has produced and taught for over three hundred 4th, sports and on the final

in Education from rich's Discount Center. man, Martha Webb. the pre-schoolers programfor 5th and 6th grade children at day of camp events enjoyed
degree Friday, Sept. 15 NW 62nd The Laboratory Nursery Channel 2 for the past three included buffalo .
Owalssa Bauer Home the youngsters a
dur- Camp ,
Florida A &M University
in addition to probid- years, will conduct the school.
School
St. and 7th Avenue.Hours both stead. The children qualifiedto hunt, pony ride, pony
the summer school com-
ing 1-4 and 5-8 ing a community pre-school Nursery school, like other
mencement. days: p.m. attend the honor camp by spear,Indian challengecourse,
al1vingobservation M-DJC classes,begins August
facility, serves as
receiving points for outstanding and in the evening costume
laboratory for college 28. Registration will continue
playground participation at judging climaxed by a ceremonial
While an undergraduate at Have The Miami Time. students majoring in through the first few days of the recreation centers campfire with real live
FAMU Allen attained a cumu- home economics, child the term;however,the numberof many
delivered to house by Indian entertainment.Honor .
and throughoutDade
your playgrounds
of 3. 3. He wasa
lative average nursing and related students is limited. Hours
mail week for only psychology, County during the sum Camp is sponsored
straight'A' student in gradu- very fields. They observe pat for the young collegians are
ate school. $5.00 per year terns of child behavior from 830 a.m. to.12 noon. The cost mer program. Camp sessions annually by the MetropolitanDade
lasted three days and nights County parkandRecreation -
is $75 for the term.For infor-
for each of the recreation di. department.
The B. T. Washington High mation, phone 685-4410 or
graduate is a member Alpha 685-4542.
Phi Alpha fraternity,Phi Delta MICHAEL'S KINDERGARTEN

Kappa Delta Pi,DCCTA, FEA, 14140 NW 23rd Court OpalockaMU

and FAMU is alumni vice president association.An of.the 8-8141 or MU 1-4060 g For the BEST START

Register Nowllll!!!!

Air Force veteran, Open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Allen's wife, Marlon is a Monday thru Friday

teacher at North Dade Junior Clean surr endings, hot lunches, certified teach.
High. Allen will continue post
graduate study at Columbia ers.
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Youth Snow talent ,In


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Carver .
YMCA + f efrLiI

An exciting program of children's performances was pre-
sented Friday evening, August 18, by participants in the Car-
ver YMCA Summer my Camp Acts ranged from dancing,
singing and music making to exhibitions I Ir
of Judo, karate and
fencing. The performances reflectedthediversity of activi- ; Mc-
ties in the Summer Day Camp program which, in its present
format, captures the creative Interests of its young partIci- I
pants and helps to develop their talents.

This format was adopted for the 1966 Summer Day Camp
program by Carver YMCA Director Raymon Thornton. Mr.
Thornton recognized that traditional Y programs of recrea-
tional activities were not meeting the needs of youngsters in
the community where no other agency looked totheir cultural
orientation. While not eliminating recreational activities, he
created a program aimed primarily at exposing youngsters to 4" M } r
the arts through activities which seem like play. The conceptof
c ultural activities which seem like play grew out of Mr.
Thornton's belief that children learn better when they are not
aware that they are learning. This concept gave birth to the
Summer Day Camp's theme "Culture Through Play'
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Friday evening's program presented a dance group directed
by Edith Williams and featuring Andrea Rogers and Leroy Hun-
ter. Bob Thomas, music instructor,led his instrumental group
in several numbers including a special calypso selection.
Sandra Lashley, talented Hampton House vocalist,directed her .
children's choir In several selections including an original s, r / .4
number, "Sunnier At The Y," composed by the youngsters
themselves and giving humorous praise to their Instructors.
Clarence Brown led his speaking choir in several poems including .
"The Negro Speaks Rivers."Leroy Daniels and Wal- *
ter Mitchell presented their arts and crafts and ceramics
group in an exhibition of pottery, wood prints,leathercratt and
bead mosaics. Billy Hall and James Pace presented their fenc-
ing, judo and karate group in an exhibitionof the art of self-
defense.

This year's Summer Day Camp and program was greatly
expanded through a grant-in-aid from the United Fund which
made it possible to bring into the program more than 200 ad-
ditional youngsters.

((1)) Clarence Brown leads his speaking choir accompaniedby aATTENTION
the calypso group.

(2)) Sandra Lashley directing her children's choir.

((3)) Bob Thomas and members of his calypso group.

(4)) Walter Mitchell and his ceramics class exhibit their pot- PARENTSOF PTA Work Shop Saturday ; I

tery r. PHYLLIS WHEATLEY "The Dade County PTA Council units. Georgia Jones, Mrs. Doris
((5)) A combined judo and karate exhibition by two membersof ELEM AREAHeadstart will conduct its Annual Other participants are Mr. Passmore, M r s Naomi Hol-
Billy Hall's self-defense class. a free pre- Workshop on Saturday, Sep Edward Hanna, Mrs. Martha ton, Mrs. Lizzie Harvey,
(6)) James pace demonstrates a karate board-breaking chop. school program, with free tember 9, at Allapattah Junior Williams, Mrs. Lemmie Mit- Freddie Joes, Mrs. Irene
lunch, free insurance, free High School, 1331 NW 46thSt., chell, Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis, Owens, Mrs. Ruth West, and
(7)) Two creative dancers in one of their exciting formal medical and dental servicesand Miami Registration begins at Mr. Stanley Newbold, Mrs. Anthony Simon.
dance poses. being operated all day by 8:30: a.m with the session beginning Mary Brown, Mrs. Docia
the Dade: County School Board promptly at 9:15 a.m. Howell, William Cooper, Mrs. Let us all put our PTA-Iin the
has approximately fifty open- Fee for registration $2.00 per Annie Tillman 1 Mrs. Nora right action this school term.
ings for children. All children person (including lunch). Collie, Mrs. Ethel Beckford, Mrs. Dorothy Hepburn,
Call must be five years old or will Workshop Theme"YourPTA Mrs. Ida Robinson, M Workshop Director. Mrs.
be five years old by January 1. In Action" Morning Kelley, Mrs. May D.Braynon, Queen E. Armstrong, Presi-
CHARLESROGERS To take advantage of this op- Speaker, Mr. Robert Simms, Mrs. Genesta.Sweeting, Mrs. dent.
portunity, contact Phyllis Deputy Director of the Com-
Wheatley or M amir Ele- munity Relations Board.Topic
mentary Schools right away. "PTA and Com m :.10 it y Re- What Happened to B.T.W.
Classes are limited to twenty sources.
AT PL 1-7502 children per class.BEAUTY The workshop will be cen- Teachers After Phase-Out?
.. \ tered around the duties and
FOR A GOOD BUY ON A SHOPSAll responsibilities of the PTA Approximately three months ago, there weren't very many
PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT beauty shop owners are elective 1 I officers, Standing smiles on the faces of teachers at the Booker T. WashingtonJr.
asked to attend this very im- Committees and members of Sr. High School for numerous reasons. Many of the teach-
STEREO OR ORCHESTRA portant meeting Sunday Sep the communityatlarge.The ers were sad because of having to leave dear old Booker T.,
I INSTRUMENTS.PIANOSlORGANS. tember 10, 3 p.m., at Sunlight workshop will be climaxed and many were wondering where they would be placed next
Beauty School, 1113 NW 3rd by Mrs. Mamye Williams year. Believe it or not, but all seems to be well now. In case
Ave. Your attendance will be Past State and National you're wondering what happened to th other part of the faculty,
appreciated by the Shop Own- President of the PTACon- the following is a list of new placements for BTW teachers for
ers Guild. gress, outlining the relation- the 1967-68 school term.
w Mrs. A. Williams, presi- ship and obligations the State TEACHER NEW SCHOOL SUBJECT
dent. Miss A. E. Fenderson, and National owe the localCox's
Corres. Secretary. Carlton Jenkins Central Senior Social Studies
Henry Reeves Young-Central Senior- Biology
KindergartenOpen Celia Johnson- Miami Beach-Home Economics
Georgiana Johnson- Miami Beach- Business Education
Juanita Buggs Drew Jr. High Physical Education
For RegistrationThe Willie Hargrove Drew Jr. High Mathematics
Robert Burke_ Miami Jackson_ Biology
Cox's of Cox's Kindergarten wish to thank the Eddie Toston Miami Jackson- Mathematics
parents, teachers and the members of Dixie Pool for Quentin North -Miami Jackson-Social Studies
making the swimming class a success this summer. Ethel Graham Miami Jackson English

Registration is now in progress for the fall term. Henry McKinney Miami Jackson
o Carl Williams Miami Jackson_Counselor
information call 371-8488 or 691.1834
For :
Shirley Ferrell- Miami Jackson- Business Education
W. 0. COX Owners Miami Senior Drama
MR. AND MRS. Leroy Washington -
Willie F. Williams Allapattah Jr. High-Registrar
James Cash-Allapattah Jr.High-Ass.principal of Adm.
NEW COURSE OFFERED AT George Campbell Drew Jr. High_ Industrial Arts
SUNLIGHT Keith Seitz Citrus Grove Industrial Arts
Become a Beauty Specalist. Takes only a short Frank Woodard Northwestern Counselor
IWIE SELL HAPPINESS time to become one. Be a Specialist in any salon. Dorothy Evans Robert E. Lee Jr.-Science
AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt Featuring wig care, shampoos, manicures and Hillis Banos Killian-.-- English
tk. ,,...,..... .f N.rth-S.uth licpiTMw pedicures. Facials and make-up. Walter Caldwell- Miami Springs-Mathematics
ONLY IS MINUTES FROM ANTWHIM IN MIAMI ENROLL TODAY IN THE SHORT Sharon Gertz- New York School System English
CORNER N.W. 54th ST. t N.W. 3rd AVE. COURSE Mary Jones-North Miami Senior-Business EducationSam
Phone 751-7502 CALL: FR 49998Or Price Miami Dolphins
Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd. FR 1.0401 BrowardJA2-5l31 Write: Allene Jones Taylor Retired
run DELIVERY ANYWHERE U.S.A. SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY Gloria Bray nonRobinson-Coral Gables Senior_French n
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I BY PORTER. DAVIS! JR. I News j.

Social Security beneficiaries who normally find their monthly By Walter Bow "
checks In their mailbox the 3rd of the
on month will no longer r d u yp
have to wait until the next day when the 3rd falls on a na- The South Broward post No. ( +

tional holiday or a Sunday. 8195 is thanking each and ," p
Paul Byrley, district manager of Social Security in Broward everyone who attended the I<

County, said today that starting with the upcoming Labor Day Mini-Skirt Ball on last Sunday

Weekend, Social Security checks will bear an earlier date and at the Embassy Club in Fort

will be delivered on the previous mill-service day wheneverthe Lauderdale. d vii d ,
3rd falls on a Saturday or a holiday. In September of this Clubs attending were the

year the 3rd is on a Sunday. Gay Ladies- Mildred James,

"Most beneficiaries' hesaid, "will receive their Social President; The Fun Social and ;

Security checks on Saturday, September 2, instead of Tuesday, Savings Club, ThomasJordan,
September" 5, as would have been the case under the old pro- President; WestHollywood y .

cedure. Community Club, Leroy Steb-
Social Security checks are normally released on the 3rd of bins, President; The Charm-
the month under an agreement to stagger the receipt of monthly -
etts, Hallandale; The Diamond ,-_. .,. ...,.=-. -!WI _.-
checks going out from various Federal agencies, so that Club, and the Flamingo Club,
Post Offices, the Treasury Department, and local banks will thanks to all. Robbie L. Bray- The Little League baseball Toby's Cafeteria, where Tailor. Reading from left to

not be overburdened at any one time of the month. boy, Commander.The team, sponsored by King the everybody had a wonderful right are: Michael Collier,
The new procedure will be used for the second time in December Tailor, 6129 NW 7th Ave.,has time. Booker Warren, Jesse Camp

.. when the 3rd again falls on a Sunday. Carver Ranches Fire just completed a very suc- After dinner, a gift was bell, Ronnie L. Warren,
The First Baptist Church will sponsor a "Back to School" Dept. holds its meeting Mon- cessful season. given to each boy as shown in Gregory Warren, Michael

Social on Saturday, September 8, at 8:00 p.m. The public is day night at the Fire Hall. To honor the fine showing of the picture. Pratt, Gregory Lenis, Carle-
:invited. Members please be his team King The Tailor Invited Presenting the gifts Clyde ton Pratt, Roger Gibbs and
presentand
The Elks of Fort Lauderdale, will again be the scene of fun on time. Walter Blatch, them to a dinner, at Floyd, Manager of King The Gregory Gibbs.

and festivity beginning Friday night,atlOOOp.m., when the President.Mr. .
Queen of Queens Club sponsors a dance. On Saturday Mark
Greater Miami Fall and Winter
Strong will sponsor, a benefit dance which promises to be a Willie Davis of Holly-

good Mrs.one.Phyllis Finney, four year member of the United Fund birthday wood, celebrated on Saturday,Septem-his 21st Calendar of Events is Loaded"biggest

Budget and Admissions Committee and Board Member of the
ber 2nd at his home. Greater Miami is where the and best" Orange free Wednesday and Friday
Opportunity Center, United Fund supported Agency,has mov-
action is! in evening concerts in downtown
Bowl program history,
ed into a top post in the 1967-68 campaign. Mrs. Finney,
The Fall and Winter calen- Price said.Sailing Bayfront Bandshell Oct. 25.
Chairman of the Women's Division Greater Fort Lauderdale
,
dar of events, produced and and powerboat en- The series will continue into
Chamber of Commerce, and former candidate for the Houseof
distributed by the M i a m t- thusiasts will find 80 events June.
Representatives, will serve as Coordinator for Social and
Metro Department of Publicityand listed for the
Civic will be to enlist the period.
Organizations. Her primary duty ac- lovers
Tourism, lists 1,912 programs Opera are already
tive of such in the Of
participation groups upcomingcampaign.
and activities.In circling Nov. 26 for"Madame
the United Fund, M:s. Finney said, "I am a convert to the Other sports dates include "
the sports category alone Butterfly, Jan. 22, 24 and 27
United Way of Giving. I think that those who do not support the there are more than 750 thoroughbred racingatTropical for "The Masked Ball," Feb.
United Fund are unaware of the many services it makes: avail- events. Park,18-Jan.16Hia-- 19, 21 and 24tor"Die Fleder-
able to people in need. leah Park Jan. 17-March 2
"
,
This certainly makes mius, and March 18, 20 and
1967 United Fund Campaign Chairman Robert C. Abel, Jr., Miami the Winter Sports Capi- and Gulfstream park, March 23 for "Samson and Delilah."
called for volunteers and volunteers he got! Since the plea for rMrs. 4-Apr 11 23; jai alai nightly ex-
tal said Lew Price department -
helpers in this United Fund campaign came through the news P director. cept Sunday from Dec. 25- Eugene Ormindy will con-

media, Chairman Abel has been receiving a steady stream of a April 29; greyhound racing duct the Philadelphia Orchestra -
calls. "They even phone me at my home," he said. "The enthusiasm Listed are ball games, boat nightly except Sunday at one of in Miami concerts March
and tennis tourna-
on the part of BrowardCountians this year is amaz- M races ments, golf and Greater Miami's three tracks. 21, 22. Among: other renowned
ing." However, Mr. Abel was quick to point out that in spite boxing and wrestling, Under Cultural Events there names on the winter concert

of the warm response there are still thousands of workers thoroughbred greyhound are 382 programs. Of these, calendar are: Soprano Eileen
dates and
needed to insure for this UF United --- racing many other
success Campaign. Fund 338 are of music, drama, Farrell, Baritone Robert
events.Spotlighted
.
volunteers for the 1967 drive have, three fold advantage over Paulette Jones Bell sports 33 footballe ballet and other concerts. Merrill, Pianist Van Cliburn,
those of previous years: ((1)) comprehensive training pro- and her twj childrenwere in thcity i are Violinist Tossy Spivatovsky,
contests in the Bowl
gram, ((2)) outstanding publicity,and((3))a fewer number of calls for a few days to visit her Orange Cellist Leonard Rose and Guitarist -
per volunteer. "Without the workers we need," Mr.Abel said, mother Addle M. M.isonof including seven pro games The Greater Miami Philharmonic Carlos Montoya.
"We cannot hope for victory This is the biggest problem fac- Hallandale and other rela- with the Miami Dolphins and will be in its first

ing our campaign at this time. I am entirely optimistic. The tives. Mrs. Bell is a graduateof seven contests pitting the top- year under Conductor Alain
people of Broward rated University of Miami Lombard From November 5 Price added that"
County are accepting the UF Campaign as Northwestern has receivedher top people
a personal and vital task." Those who wish to volunteer should bachelor of Arts Degree Hurricanes against other through April 10 this young in show business wfll be
call the United leading college teams. orchestra of statue in
Fund Office 522-1491. from Howard University and is growing Greater Miami again
Choir No. 1 of The Super Bowl Game, Jan. will concerts in Miami "
New Mount Olive Baptist Church of Ft. Laud- now teaching in Washington, present throughout the winter.
erdale, will celebrate its anniversary September 17, at 3:00: D. C. 14, will ring down the curtainon Beach and Miami on alternate Copies of the new events
p.m. The public is invited. Rev. G. E. Weaver is the pastor.County's what is expected to be the Sunday and Monday evenings. calendar are available from

Caesar LaMonaca and his the Miami-Metro News Bu-

CALLING ALL GIRLS! symphonic band will begin reau, 499 Biscayne Boulevard,
their 39th consecutive year of Miami, Fla. 33132.

Attention girls! If you are in grades 4 through 6, you are -

Broward eligible to participate on the girls City-Wide Newcomball team. Total Rallies To
Practice sessions will be held on Monday and Thursday Community

I Sport Scene afternoons, beginning September 5, at 4:00 p.m.

If you are interested in participating on the City-Wdle Team, Support Derrie Davis Funds

you may register daily at 4:00 p.m.at North Fork Playground.Mrs. .
The Rev. Blackwell
J. B. i s t e r s and brothers in the
pastor of Mt. Herman AMr! home. This fund has grown to
Eula Burns, Directress of North Fork Playground will Church and his committee $2600 and all contributions

register girls between the hours of 2:00 6:00 p.m. to be congratulated for their should be mailed to the Derrie

TINY TOTS PROGRAMYou efforts in handling the tragedyof Davis Fund, First National
REGISTER TODAY! Only 20 girls can be on a roster. the late Derrie Davis. Bank .

may register your child at Sunland Park for the Fall The entire community and Many thanks to Mr. Ray
session of the Tiny Tot Program that will begin September18th Practice sessions at Lincoln Playground will be held from neighboring communities Linders of the Miami Herald

at 11:00: a.m. This program Is designed for children 4-6 4:00: 5:00 p.m on Monday and Wednesday afternoon begin- shared with this unfortunate for his interest in reportingthe

years of age to acquaint them with art, music, nature and many ning September 5. family. Many clothes werealso story. Persons working on
other activities that will help them to better understand their donated to the Walker
Ele- the committee
If you are interested in playing, contact Mrs.L. L. Deal at were Mrs.
surroundings. mentary Clothing Bank so that Vaunetta M:Caln, Mrs. EllynF.
Lincoln Playground between ,the hours of 2:00 6:00 p.m
Registration is held daily from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. The the other needy children will Wallers all of Walker Elementary

fee is $1.00. Mrs. Lillian L. Deal is Directress ATTENTION BOYS! benefit. A Derrie Davis Trust Mrs. Frances Fer-

Fund has been established at guson and Mrs. Ceaniel Ford,
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS! the First National Bank of
Ft. M.. Hermin AME Church.
Practice sessions for the Boys CityWide Flag Football team
Lauderdale to the small
will begin Monday September 5 at 4:00 help
,
p.m.
An arts and crafts program has been planned for you at

North Fort Playground daily from 3 :00 4:00: p.m. MRS. LUCY SILER
If you would like to become a member of the team, you may:
There will be lanyard making glass crafts form art
scrap
register with Mr. Larry Pauline daily, between the hours of Your advisor
crafts and wonderful spiritual
many more projects for you to do.
2:00 6:00 p.m.
If you would like to become well versed in the area of Arts from
and Crafts be on hand daily to participate In this
,
program Don't delay! Register today! There will only be 22 boys on Brooklyn, New York
Mrs. Eula Burns,,Directress of North Fork playground will the roster.
be in charge of this program
With financial and

ATTENTION STUDENTS!
ATTENTION ALL BOYS! spiritual blessings.

An Arts and Crafts Program has been planned for you at 9P Problems solved with
Practice sessions for the City-Wide Boys Flag Football team
Lincoln Playground daily from 3:00: 4:00 p.m. one visit.
are now in progress.

If you would like to become a member of the 1967 football There will be scrap crafts, foam art, glass crafts and lan- IN MIAMI

squad, be present on Thursday afternoon at 400: p.m., at North yard making. Many more woderful projects are also being From September 7

Fork Playground.You planned.
may register with Mrs. Euh Burns, Playground Direc- Until I
tress, or Charles HIggs, Junior Leader, daily between the If you would like to become well versed in the area of Arts Address:
and Crafts, be on hand to participate in this program
hours of 200; 6:00 p.m. ---- 4744 NW 16th Avenue
D3 't delay! Register todayl! Roster will onV carry 22 players M. s. Lillian L. Deal, Directress of Lincoln Playground will Phone 634-7280 I
:
be in charge of this program REV. J. B. BLACKWELL I



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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 8, 1967 21 II!

bourne, the ground game looks pretty strong. A dark horse In
with. the Rattler ground attack could be John Rolle of Miami. A
Spearing ......,IIi Looking the 1 speedster, and an excellent broken field runner, Rolle could

.. '" easily move into one of either a halfback or flanker position.
Split end could be one of the strong positions depending on
s Y i SPORTSWORLD Junior Melvin Jones of Jacksonville and sophomore Alfreddie
Sykes Tallahassee.Heading the list is Eason, 6'2" 220 pound
speedster who runs the 100 yard dash in 98. Last season
Eason caught 30 passes for 588 yards and seven touchdowns.
Jones and Sykes have outstanding potential as pass receivers,
BY HARRY SPEAR if they come through they could take some of the pressure off

! BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over Eason.
TROUBLE AHEAD FOR DOLPHINS Benny Johnson, Junior from Hallandale shold get the tight
end spot. Johnson was the third leading pass receiver of the
I It's when a coach can't make up his mind who to cut, and
team with nine receptions for 93 yards.Herman Jackson, sen-
keeps Juggling his team around for a starting lineup, that's FAMU Football ProspectusThe
ior from Miami, will play more defense than offense, but will
I i e where his trouble begins.With the many changes that have been probably back up Johnson on offense.

made during the five exhibition games, we still don't know the 1967 version of the Florida A&M University Rattlerswill Turn to the line, and you turn up the problems, how to re-
I real strength of the Dolphins. With only one week left for the have a slightly new look with some of the same old prob- place four letter tackle Donald Smith (now with the Denver
I official opening, Sept. 17th, we shall have to walt| and see If lems. For the first time since A S. Gaither took over the head Broncos) and all-conference end Andree White(also with Den-
Coach George Wilson, Sr. and his staff have done themselves coaching Job, the Rattlers plan to do more passing than run- ver). Carlmon Jones, Junior from Tallahassee, heads the list
I justice by picking the right team. Although they have shown ning. The 1966 season was the first time in FAMU football rec- of returning offensive tackles. Sharon Stallworth of Plant City
Rome steady football, it seems the last quarter of the game Is ord history that a Jake Caliber team gained more yards by is the only senior tackle returning. Alvin Logan of Thomson,
! their jinx. The last three games have shown it; by leading In way of passing than they gained rushing.The Ga. and Charles Henderson of Ft. Pierce round out the offen-
I each game, and then the bottom falls out. This is where the new look will include the addition of the I formation in sive tackles. The entire offense could depend on how these
! problems have to be straightened out. This last game againstthe the Rattler offensive plans.The'T formation,plus the increased tackles come through.
Saints was a heart breaker to lose.After coming from behind emphasis on passing will mean a more wide open type brandof
did. Last was a different story they were Walter Spicer of Savannah, Ga and Zeke of Ocala head the
,
like they year football for 1967 "We're going to move the ball around,
finishers. Well all we have to do is sit list of offensive guards. And Jimmy McCasklll of Tallahassee
strong ,
last quarter says Gaither, and we will throw more this year than we did
tight, hang on and hope for the best. Don't forget Sept. 17th, last year." will be at center backed up by Willie Kelly of Ft. Lauderdaleand ".
Let's turn out and see If George Wilson and his Clarence Smith of Columbus, Ohio.
bombs away. Coach Gaither also cites consistency as one of his major
done the chosing of his players. Defensively, the Rattlers will miss Freddie Woodson (now
staff have right problems in 67. "Last year we were a seesaw team, literallyup
with the Miami Dolphins) at tackle and Ben Davis at guard, but
Jack McGowan is Mr. Sports Ticket In South Florida, ser- one week and down the next.However,the last three games, two freshmen stars from last year could take up the slack.
ving for eight years as ticket manager for the Orange Bowl we displayed remarkable poise and confidence.I can only hope They are Melvin Rogers of St. Petersburg and Freddie Lovettof
the Playoff Bowl game and numerous other Orange Bowl that it will carry over to the coming season." (The Rattlers
game, Savannah, Ga. Lovett was the second leading scorer on the
contest, before coming to the Dolphins In January, 1966. defeated Bethune-Cookman(37-13)), Texas Southern(4112)and team last season. He kicked 23 extra points and three field
MGowan's: early experience In handling tickets came while Alabama A&M(43-26) in their last three games last sea- goals for 32 points.

working for the Madison Square Garden office.He Is a native of son.) Rudolph Sims of Tampa, and Richard Ford of Boca Raton,
New York City, but has lived in Miami for 18 years. Strong points for 67 will be punting and kickoff and punt re- will hold down the first string guard positions.Sims is an all-
turns. John Eason All-American end from Ocala ranked 12th
conference guard who has been playing first string since his
Besides the Dolphins and Orange Bowl sales, McGowanhas in the nation last season in punting with a 43.3 average. He
for fights Holiday on Ice and freshman season. Gerald White of Tampa could see action at
allotted tickets championship was aided by Eddie Cooper of Plant City and Andrew Greeneof
defensive guard of tackle, (Gerald is the brother of Andre.
major league exhibition baseball games. Miami. Jumping Joe Williams from Lawnside,N.J. who re-
For reservations call Jack at 3770738. turned 23 kickoffs for 633 yards and 24 kickoffs for 433 yards White).

will be back.Williams is rated as one of the most exciting run- In the defensive backfield, three of the best deep men in
DOLPHIN KICK OFF LUNCHEONThe ners ever to play at FAMU. small college football return to give the Rattlers one of the
Quarterback could be one of the stronger spots in the of best defensive backfields Coach Gaither has had in a long time
1967 Miami Dolphins football team.nd coaching staff fense. Three lettermen will return at that position, including Nathaniel James and Major Hazelton of Bartow and Eddie
will meet the public at a Kickoff Luncheon at noon Sept. 13 In Elroy Morand of Ocala, leading passer last season with 50 Cooper from Plant City Intercepted 15 passes between them
the Everglades Hotel. completions In 101 attempts for 778 yards and seven touchdowns last season. All three men run the 100 yard dash in less than
The luncheon Is sponsored by the new WTVJ/Miami Dolphins Junior Kenneth Riley of Bartow, third leading ground 10 seconds and Hezelton and James have been clocked at 95.
Quarterback Club with the cooperation of the City of Mlam!, gainer on the team with 288 yards in 51 carries. Riley can also According to Gaither, "I generally favor having more time
Metropolitan Dade County and the sports committee of the pass (36 completions in 74 attempts for six touchdowns) but to prepare for a game, but from indications most of the
Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce. he'd rather run than throw. A Fran Takenton like scrambler, boys have stayed in shape and I expect all of them to be readyto
Dolphin Coach George Wilson will address the luncheon Riley is looking for a chance to run everytime he fades to pass. go on August 31.1 want to take a good look at my freshmen,
group and Bob Gallagher, WTVJ sportscaster and president oi Alonzo Gilbert, Junior from Miami had weight problems last if I find one who is good enough make the squad, then he'll
the Quarterback Club, will serve as master of ceremonies. season, the largest ofthequarterbackshe's6T 205 pounds). get a chance to play. .
Autographed footballs and pairs of tickets to Dolphin games; Gilbert played behind Morand and Riley most of last season.If .

will be awarded as door prizes. he has licked his weight problem, he is a strong candidate
Tickets, at $4.25 each, can be purchased at Gate 14 of the for the number one slot.
City of Miami Orange Bowl, the Miami Dolphins office at 330 Despite the emphasis on passing, the Rattler running game AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
Biscayne Boulevard or by phoning Bernice Rosenat37'7-3171. will not be bur t 11 n g. The entire backfield is intact from last
season. Hurbert Ginn, last year's leading ground gainer from SR-22 Filing
MATINEE RACING AT WEST FLAGLER Savannah, Ga. leads a list of at least eight fast and experi- Don't be fooled by low down payments for applications
ences ball carriers. Ginn came off the bench in the third gameof which do not give you Insurance co..rag.. We have
Matinee greyhound racing will be re-Introduced to Miami the season last year and led the Rattlers to a come from been In business for two generations with honest and explanations take pride,,

area fans Saturday afternoon(Sept. 9) with presentation of the behind victory over Morris Brown College. He hasn't been on and In servicing honest our answers.customer We Insure you with companiesthat
first of ten daylight programs at the Flagler Kennel Club the bench since. He led the Rattlers 10 rushing with 308 yardsin give you the lowest possible rates.
which opened Monday night for a 104-night fall campaign. 68 carries for a 4.5 average.Close behind is Preston John- LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
Post time for the first of 11 races on the matinee program son, senior fullback from Boston, Mass who was injured most D. GOODMAN & SONS
will be 1:45.Matinee of last season. Robert Lampkin, senior from St.Albans, N. Y., 2688 NW 62nd $T. OX (1-0380
racing has not been conducted at Flagler In modern who took over from Johnson and did so well. Johnson will have
times. It was tried at Hollywood in the summer of 1961 and to work hard to get his Job back. Glen Edwards, last year's
In 1960, Miami Beach ran two matinees.In freshman sensation from St.Petersburg will push Eugene Milton -
Saturday's night-time action, the first of Flagler's four of Ocala (fastest man on the team(9.5 in 100) for the number NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!

major stakes events. the annual$5,000 Marathon Champion one flanker position). LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
2
ship at 7/16ths of a mile.. will get underway with 32 entries. When you add Samuel Anderson, of Miami, James Long of NOW
Tallahassee, Andrew Greene of MiamlandHenryScottof Mel- COOKS BUSBOYS
HARRY'S DOGS TO WATCH DISHWASHERS PORTERS
GAS STATION DRIVERS

i Cut Time A Bill Ewult pup who looks like real comer. Should TRAZ' POWELL A COACHING GIANT HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID S

; go a good 3/8ths early.
i B. B.'s Contract A newcomer from Mile High, Denver. Good Your sports editor wishes to take this opportunity to con- A-l Employment ServiceOver

, early speed and can come home too. gratulate Ken Small on sensational article on Traz Powell.We 20 Years Service In Miami
Hopewedo Gene Randle entry In $5,000 Marathon State. He's all know how great Traz has been since his FAMU football 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663

by Rinaker, has terrific late speed. days and coaching. He is now coaching Mays, last year's 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382
In well below usual grade. Should move up did not read it
Chic Lady Comes champs. Ken is a Herald sports writer. If you ,
quickly. you missed a good story.
But Tone Another who comes In below grade. Is a cinch to

move quickly to A.
Creamulsion Could be a sleeper In one of long 7/16ths mile 18 Years of Responsible
events. Building Service to rTTiTEw
Miss Imtormed Loves the Flagler track. The Community k

Reserve Clause Looked like a real comer at Mile High. When Buying or Building
Kenler Princess Catch her when she's in the No. 1 hole. t

CALL STANLEY
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI NOTES

Only three of University of Miami's 1967 football foes had .o PL 1-3604'

losing seasons In 19 66- Auburn,North Western and Pittsburgh.The Beautiful Homes
showed 58 victories, Built on Your
overall tally of Miami's opponents
Lot or OursAttractive
40 defeats and five ties. Alterations I-
The Hurricanes, traditionally strong closers in November, and
face three bowl teams and the nation's No. 1 squad of 1966 In Addition

their last four games this year. Lot ut Demolish
On Nov. 4, Miami stages a replay of its Liberty Bowl test Your Worn Out
meet both House and Builda
The Hurricanes p1gFECOt
Blacksburg.
at
with Virginia Teach
New ;
Lovely .
Georgia Tech No. 10 and Florida on ;
Orange Bowl contenders, Horn '
finished No.1 in the nation In 1966, :A.$ oMiNAfs
Dec. Notre Dame which
9. Call Ut for Facts About 1A5MITY1r
meets Miami Nov. 24. Building D 00B"C
schedule Charlie Tate, the Hurricane head l a
To face that Good Bank Financing
coach, retains most of the men who did the running, passing, STANLEY BUILDERS,
and scoring on the 1966 club.
pass catching
Inc.Licensed 1 II jjftfc, *vf ft *it *tNOHTMWtJT
Fourteen players figured in Miami's scoring last fall.Twelve Insured. S I
and Bob -I
Fred Cassidy
are back, the losses being 888 N. E. 79th Street
Domke, each of whom scored one touchdown.The returning 12 Miami, Florida theNa1i9n' J Xtyhouncf ShowpfoTHE
players contributed 184 points to the Miami point making.





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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 8, 1967


'I'' Ruling' by Judge Helps' Buy A House TodayWE


ARE OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Numbers PlayersAn
:
((1)) 3207 NW 68th St. $100 down. $20 wk.

appeal was filed last Stedman agreed with Gwinn.
((2)) 3274 NW 68th St. $50 down. $20 wk.
Wednesday by the State Attor- although he himself had sign-
mey's office against a Crimi- ed one of the warrants.He said
((3)) 1320 r NW 39th St. $100 down. $23 wk.
nal Court Judge's decision on he had made an error at the
search warrants which he said time, and I "have no hesitency wk.
(4)) 1299 NW 51st Terr.$395 down. $22
"will make suppression of lot- about quashing one of my own
tery even more difficult thanit warrants." 2 bedroom CBS, carport.
is now" "The affidavits for the
Handed down July 28,with search warrants," Stedman ((5)) 2748 NW 56th St. $200 down. $89 mo.

the dismissal of four lottery said, do not state facts sufficient 2 bedroom, 2 bath house.
defendants, the ruling did not to constitute probable When you own o home You own something per down
((6)) 2401 NW 151 St. $300 $91 mo.
come to light until the state ap- cause to search the premises. ma sin nt, real something that, if intelligently
pealed. ." chosen, will provide for your old age. Buy a 3 bedroom home. Fla room.
Judge Carling Stedman held The ruling will destroy the home and keep it; someday it will keep you. ((7)) 1917 NW 152nd Terr.-$250 down $75 mo.
that a search warrant directed practice of using confidential
against a suspected num- Informants to make purchasesof NREDTAP 10 q 1 Ai. NQL ((8)) 5430 NW 15th Ave.3 bedroom, 2 bath,
bers sales person does not numbers tickets, after $1,000 down.
permit search of promIses which the state has sought o new CBS ul4 arge carne of laroom
or other persons there when warrants to search the premises ut I1 a intaipo'ii' {ACItY ate ondywell ((9)) 1527 NW 40th St. 3 bedroom CBS home.
lpwn '
the arrests are made. and all those in the sus- watt or urnlslied ncfu fn Carport, fenced yard.
The four were arrested said wath ng moehinr 97th $t' and 2dtfi Xve" 100
persons pected place
,
g am b(Ii n month''part rnY WE ARRANGE ALL FINANCING
Jy'$100 all, MAove.ri'ght ;
In separate establish- Assistant state Attorney Al own an

uary ments last January and Feb- Sepe.Lt... Joe Kogan, chief of the SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS ',*,., \IE, .HAVE" APARTMENTS'':FORW4612NW "r.- '''''Ir'!.EN' T

Walter Gwinn, their attor- sheriffs vice squad, is quotedas Live rent Free! Modern 2 bedroom CBS plus 1 I r.1",4i! f. 16th""Avenu ..;..,lIil;"
ney, contended that the search saying in the appeal that the bedroom Incam. apartment. Large 2 car garage hasan M MMM HMMaiMMioVETERANS
warrants used at the time of decision could mean a cut of extra shower, awnings, large lot, stoves and
the arrests were not directed about 66 percent in the"num refrigerator FHA price $15,000, $450 down and PAY ONLY $100 DOWN
against the premises or un- bers'' arrests now made by his $93.33 month. OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

named persons within. division. r'./ NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE ",:,
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I'*'We have 2 like, new' beautiful homes' in Carol City lF FORD REALTYINC. Broker

Income Limit For Public 'w that you can buy with $1,000 down and :take''over.,
I government FHA or. VA payments. One Js a3 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595
b.droo'm. 2\ bath and the other a 4 bedroom,?2
Housing Raised $200With ;,' bath home, BullHn, kitchen' corner, 'modern, ap.
'y'pllances, city' water and pump and well'l': for spinklersyitem"centiul"oil "r-
approval of the federal In 1964 by the Housing Assis- heat;' BaHBQwall',tof! '
government, the Miami Hous- tance Administration of the US wallfcarpsting! ;tilepatio; garage' etc\:Tbe.- "a're, .:,
ing Authority has raised the Department of Housing and the.butll. 1t1"; '. .h1kPi; ';yl."r '
Income limits for admissionto Urban Development,the limits
public housing by $200 an- were approved at a meeting NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYINGVery
nually in somo instances. Tuesday.The .
pretty 2 bedroom frame home. Large Fla
Federal officials were re- incom9 range for both room, carport, modern stove and refrigerator. Very
quested by the Authority to admission and continued occupancy nicely landscaped lot. House and property well
make a new survey on increased were increased. King Realty Inc
costs of living here and the Charles Hadley, Authority ,
possibility was seen of a fur- member, voted for a new "4SE AVs Ai l cIO: tM ;&&I.'sTS.',
[
ther raise in limits. limits but said they were not y'lerygpfetty 2i ibs 'ioonr"'C, 1is,t ': p.ln7 i 190 S.NW : of Miami* 'Ilflltors
Based on a study made late high enough 155th'( St."Io ty// Lyke'n.w,"*ns14e"and'!t tIf aria''.Enclosed.I

J ,front porchr'Fla'aom: ,;,ialouiie'wiaifows',fenced.yoidrY .
"BI9 bar ain: tonly$7,800FHA>ithU250LVitWL.T '-
.\ ;
Latham Realty Down anu...$51.4. month. ; ..;.rr. fl ..
.., ,
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14880' NW 27th AVENUE 681-6026' 1601 NW 89 STREET
NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYING
Lovely large 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS home, built-in Large 2 bedroom home, extra large Fla room, enclosed *
range, air cond., sprinkling system. No qualifying. Very pretty 2 bedroom frame home. Large Fla garage, open front porch. FHA terms. Located
$110 per mo. pays all. Convenient terms. room, carport, modern stove and refrigerator.Very on large corner lot.
* nicely landscaped lot. House and property
Spacious I 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS home, carport, well kept and neat. Bargain at $8,500 with $800 815 NW 84 TERRACE

sprinkling system, awnings, range, refrigerator, Venetian -. down and $75 month. 3 bedroom, terrazzo floors, electric stove, refrig.,
blinds, tile roof. A real good buy at $300 down. '. "' p, ." : '" .". .". _.,-,.. air cond., fenced. FHA $400 down. $100 to vets
$92 per mo. pays all. 7.: NQUALIFYINGNOjREDAEE/ : ': '1tt: and displaced persons.
* :, Modern 2 bedroom CBS on 'NW' 89th Terr.; j)tar I

Large corner lot. CBS, 3 bedroom, l'/2 bath, carport, ;::,18th Ave.. Florida roOM, |lalousl.d windows,stove. .. 825 NW 83 STREET
fenced, awnings, range, refrigerator, Venetian blinds, and refrigerator ,air conditioner, dishwasher.
tile roof, only $300 down $100 per month pays all. I\;.!.,$1,000 down and take over FHA paym.ntsof$86 3 bedroom, refrigerator, stove, awnings, carporte,
* *
nicely landscaped. $100 to vets.
month all. ,
FHA&VA resale homes. Good selection from $100 down. pays

CALL OR VISIT OUR OFFICE TODAY FIND SECURITY HOME AND INCOMEWe 935 NW 83 STREET
Open 7 Days Per Week 2 bedroom, carport, cathedral ceiling, total price
have a few 2, 5 and 6 unit properties that can
$11,500. $100 down to vets.
be bought with 10% down. Live rent free in one
apartment and collect income from the others.
These are all modem CBS buildings in the best 1941 NW 88 STREET

r CARLTON neighborhoods. Move right in. No red tope. Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room,
$450 down FHA. Vets $100 down.
: carport,
d SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS ;

? REALTY (BROKER) Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, in Allapattah, 2161 NW 100 STREET
near schools, shopping, transportation. Carport,
awning windows, central oil heat, city water and Almostnew, 2 bedroom, custom built double car
635-3J77 t pump and well for sprinkler system, fenced yard, porte, $350 down FHA terms. Vets $100 down.

wall to wall carpeting, tile roof, FHA p dc'... '
11/I/ $14,800 whh'$450. down and $98.49 month. NO QUALIFYING HOMES

He Serves Miami I
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS WATERFRONT HOME

SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY Beautiful, clean 2 bedroom CBS, garage, tile 9440 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

((1)) Cute CBS Fla, 2 bedrm, 1 bath, porch, cpt. roof, awning windowsk front porch, gas heat, city 2 bedroom with large Fla room, completely furn.
$10,000, $300 down, $62.22 monthly. water and pump and well for sprinkler system, $2500 down.
((2)) FHA CORNER CBS, 2 bdrms, 1 bath, Fla large landscaped yard, stove and refrigerator.FHA 8515 NW 14 COURT
rm, $11,800, $400 down, $78.24 monthly price only $11,500 with $350 down and
$71.52 month. 1 bedroom home. $65 month. Fenced. Good condi
((3)) FHA CBS CORNER 3 bdrms, I IK bath, tion.
carport, $12,900, $400 down, $80.18 monthly. I .''SELLERP VYS AITCLOSINGYOSTS! "' INCOME PROPERTY

((4)) CBS FHA 3 bdrms, 1 bath, liv rm, din rm, 1 3bedroom 2Loth-cBS/f.o'r iehooli' ; shopp ng, 1861 NW 42 STREET
kitchen breakfast w/w fenced transportationenclosed; front porch; larg., dining
noon, carpets, ; .
Almost 1 bedroom FHA Total
duplex. terms.
IK lots, $13,000, $400 down, $80.80 monthly. ." raem heat, steY qand drlgtreto) f.NAP1* J_ new
down.
price $11,000. $250
$12U0wlth $400' dawn Old S74.41..III :'
(5) WATERFRONT BEAUTY 2 bdrms, 1 both,
Fla rm, cpt., $16,000, $600 down$98.78 mo. 2311 NW 95 TERRACE
NO QUALI FYING ALL CBSa Gorgeous custombuilt duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla
( ) WON'T LAST LONG 3 bdrms, 1 both, $10,. ELTBROKER room each side, huge closets. 6 years new.
900, $850 down, $105 mo. pays all.
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN

(b) BEAUTIFUL, LUXURIOUS, CUSTOM BUILT CALL US THIS WEEK FOR A NEW VA LISTI I

t' 3 bdrms, 2 baths, built-in kitchen, carport. 4932 NW 7th Ave. WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
Must ....$18,900, $3100 down.$135 mo. pay s BEINGDISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA,

all. PL 9-4371 MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS;VE TE RANS. CAL L
PERSONS-$100 DOWN TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A
VETERANS & DI SPLACED Open Evenings Sundays PHONE CALL AWAY.X22 .



MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 8, 1967 23


CLASSIFiED FAMU Opus NO QUALIFYING NO CLOSING COST -

I $500 DOWN BEAUTIFUL HOME
Sept. 17 For
IS WORDS OR LESS $150. SC FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Partly furn. Closed garage, fenced. One air cond.
DEADLINE in bedroom. Enclosed front porch and enclosedrear
FOR CLASSIFIED Aes
WEfPJGSnAV NORD
..___
---- ---- n- ow--ow
D Fr's II'1 porch.
PRICE $10,500 $95 Per Month
FOR SALEOn FOR SALENo FOR RENT Tallahassee- Florida A&M 5624 NW 5th AVENUE

NW 45th St.,near NW 2 Ave. qualifying. This large CBS 1 bedroom efficiency. 754-, University opens for the fall Open Sunday 1-6 p.m.

Home and income 2 CBS beau- 2 bedroom home Just done over 0977. term Sunday, September 17, JACK MUNACH, BROKERF

ties on 1 lot. Front house 2 in and out. Fla. room, central with a seven-day orientation 35446Or
bedroom 1 bath period for new students Call ARTHUR 696-9476
large Fla. air-conditioning, reverse Large 2 bedroom duplex. $22., -
room, Rear house 1 bedroom, cycle, 1 FAMU will join other institu-
garage, large utility 2139 NW 47th Terr. 373-7973,
1 bath, completely furnished. room in rear,big lot.Substan- r 1 tions in the State University

Close to school, shopping and tial down payment. Don't miss Rooms with cooking privilege, System of Florida in going on ...

bus. No qualifying. No red this bargin. Drive by 1950 NW call after 7:00 p.m. 7587373Roo ;, the quarter system of opera-

rape. Take over existing FHA 55th Street, the n call Fenster tion this fall Prior to going on

Mortgage. At real low inter- Realty, Broker. 759-8779. m in private home. 634- the trimester system in 1962, ChampionRADIO
est of 5 1/4$2700 down,$110 4313. FAMU had been onthe semes-

pays all. Atlantic and Pacific Dry cleaning plant for sale due ter system. & TV REPAIR

Realtors-666-0411. to ill health. A going business Clean furnished room with all The FAMU faculty will hold
conferences Sept. 16 through SERVICE CALL $3.00
with all equpiment.Being sac- modern conviences Including
No qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- rificed for September 19 and the new stu-
quick sale.Callus kitchen
facilities. Men prefer

1488 N.W. 62nd
room 1 bath CBS, carport, for particulers. Fen s t e r red. Call 754-1452. dents are expected to reporton St.
large yard take over FHA. Realty, Broker. 759-8779. September 17. Registration
mortgage already placed for all new students will be
Small neat efficiency.Ideal for 696-3225
$1200 down $83 month pays all FHA $:?00 DOWN one person not more than two. held September 20 and the dormitories -

Atlantic and pacific Realtors. Lovable CBS 2 bedroom large completely furnished. Free will be openedfor returning Bon Jordan, Jr., Prop.

666-0411. Fla. room private entrance, water. Free lights. 2010 NW students the same day. -r
used for extra bedroom Returning students will regis
Car- 86
St. Deposit. $20 week. Call
Nice 3 bedroom 1 bath
exlarge terSeptember 21-22 and
grad-
port Storm Awnings Tile roof
Florida room.Enclosed front only 4 p.m to 7p.m. 691-2650 uate students will
register
big lot,fenced.Owner 2467 NW
porch, CBS, tile roof, hard- 101st. 1 bedroom duplex. _$20 Setember 23.
wood floor, wall to wall car- 2 bedroom house The Rattlers will play their
rear $20
pet, fenced across street from first home
$ football game of the
004 _
Down 1
$77 MO. Efficiency person $11
Central OPEN ALL NIGHT
High. FHA $14,000 season
Saturday, September
LUXUARY DOLL HOUSE 1 bed CBS apt $17.50
$450 down $86 month. Vet- 3 bed 23 against the South Carolina YOUR CONVENIENCEJerry
m mst seel! 2 large bedroom, house $27.00 FOR
erans ordisplaced persons carport Fla Deposit State College Bulldogs from
room, large required. Liberty
$100 down. Atlantic Stem Owner
Pacific kitchen with plenty cabinets, Rental Agency. 2020 NW 62nd Orangeburg at 7:30 p.m. in ,
Realtors
666-0411. new with carpeting, tile roof, St. 633-7809. Bragg Stadium. Since 1945Roberts

huge sprinkler system. -
By owner.3 bedroom 1 bath NOTICE
CBS with sprinkler Hurry for this See 9800 NW (OPA-LOCKA) O'Brien's' cleaning and .
system 25th Ave. Owner 758-8749. bedroom apt. Adults only.
supplied well Pressing of 6916 NW 15th Ave-
by carpet,
Phone; 6817001. nue will be closed during the
drapes and
hutch. built in wooden Duplex, 1 bedroom home and months of October through De Drug Store
$12,000. with $1,150. income. 92-26 and 92-28 NW Room for rent with bath. Phone cember. Please call for
down buys our equity. 5 1/4% 18th Ave. Call 444-9546. 758-5317. your

FHA mortgage at $86.00 per work. 590 W Flagler St. 371-1501

month, P., I. and taxes. 1220 3 bedroom home by owner. Unfurnished house 4 rooms 1 t

NW 84 Terrace 693-1274. Very reasonable. 2230 NW and kitchen $70 month includes -

Sept. 22 87th St., Call 444-9546. water. 2151 NW 96 Ter. 41J I4 1A

720 NW 53rd Street house,4 DOUBLE ACTION Back School
3 BEDROOM BEAUTY STORE 16 x 33 CBS concrete '' to SpecialSEWING
bedroom, 2 bath, plus extra COLORSGRAYNAIRIIAtK
for roof. Ideal for restaurant-
qualify
Total price $16,000
lot, completely fenced, total 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE MACHINE REPAIR SPECIALIn
bank loan, 3 bedroom 2 bath, Sundry, etc. 320 NW 2nd Lane
$12,500.00, no qualifying
air-condition, carpet, best Call 266-6144, evenings. Mr. Your Home
$1,500.00 down E-Z
monthly
,
hardwood floors tile Marks. Cleaned & Oiled
area ,
,
one mortgage. partly furnished This "Any where In the world :Adjust Tensions Total Cost A ..
rpof, sprinkler, system.
, .
you mist: see to believe you want to go" V
has everything. A. Ben-Kori, 1 bedroom furnished duplex *Free Needle & Belt All Makes 99
Aetna RealtyBroker) 811 NW
54th Street, Phone 757-5724, Realtor. Call anytime 751- apt. 44th St.near 17th Ave.$80 TICKFTS tarT Check all Wiring & Models

open 7 days. 2243. month. Adults only. Depositon NO MOIM II-T *1 Year Guarantee
CBS BEAUTY furniture. FR 3-3175 or HI

1601 NW 93rd St., no qualify- $17,600 total price, for this 3 5-3524. BROWARD CALL COLLECT 661-7609

ing $1,000.00 down bedroom, 2 bath, gourgeous ruYEL
$13,500 BI6,9L!
home, 100 x 140 ft. lot, fully Large room in private home.
total E-Z monthly pays evey- air Cooking privileges. 2125 NW "Your Neighborhood
wall to wall carpet, -conditioned Trawl
thing to-
see todaymove
all modern kitchen, 64th St. 758-8128. Ag.nt."
morrow, Aetna Realty (Broker -
can't miss this. $4,600 STORE FOR RENT
), 811 NW 54th St., Phone: you At near to you a* your EDISON Specials
of 2 window store
757-5724 Open 7 days. cash to mortgage $13,000 Large busy toUphotte. Clvo us a coll.
then pay only $109.00 a month.A. location. Good anykind of busi W. dollvor. 1104 NW 3rd

Ben-Kori, Realtor, call ness. Reasonable rent 741 NW Avo. FR 9-8451. Chat. C.
1779 NW 93rd St. FHA $8,000
North, Managor.
anytime 751-2243. 62nd Street. Phone 866-8757.
total, only$250.00 down$68.58 Indef.
monthly one 15 year FHA OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
mortgage closing costs, SWIMMING POOLE HELP WANTEDCook
4 bedroom 2 bath CBS ITO NW 68 STREET
Plus
,
ideal for couple without child- or man and wife team to $600 Down
corner fenced, only 6 years LIKE TO ENTERTAIN?
take 8615
over restaurant. NW
ren or single man or woman, No qualifying or closing cost
old lot 78x143 builtin beau- THIS IS ITII!!
22nd Ave. $75 week and
call Aetna per
today Realty 1450 NW 15th AVENUE
,
down for this lovely
tiful formica kitchen, patio $350 FHA terms like new
50 of
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street, % profits. investment Lovely CBS, Vacant.
flood lights a must see at 8500 home with 33 ft. Fla room, fenced yaro. 2 reverse
Call after 5
624-1141
Phone 757-5724 7 days. p.m. Move In.
: open NW 24th Ave.Only$3,300cash cycle air conds.

Move to Carol City, many to mortgage. Drive by thencall. CHILD CARE $600 DOWN FHA 130 NW 68 STREET

lovely homes with low down A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Will care for your child in my 2625 NW 3 bedrm 120th STR 2 baths EETLov.ly 4 bedroom CBS, plus Fla room. 'Fine for large

payment and monthly pay- anytime 751-2243. home from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Fla DadeJr. family or 2 families. ,Tilt roof, $350 down FHA.
ments lover than rent.Walk to 2-5 years. Carrie Lee Kelly, CBS, room, near

busses, school and shopping, $23,500 BUYS THIS beauti- 16341 NW 18th Ct. NA4-6455. .College. No closingcost. 115 NW 68 STREET

2, 3, and 4 bedroom homes. 1210 Little River Dr. Best of care in the home Infants CBS duplex. No qualifying, tile roof, excellentterms
2 bath Fla.
ful 3 bedroom, ,plus $400 do. $98 all
Open 7 days 'til 6p.m.Gordon and toddlers. 691-1954. mo. pays reverse cycle air cond.
Akeley, Broker. 624-8436 room, large garage,fully air- No closing costs
3253 NW 183rd Street. and heat, central huge kitchen 8720 NW 14th AVENUE 39 NW 38 STREET
Best of Infants and tod-
care.
and living room, bedrooms all Nice CBS on large cor. lot SWIMMING POOL
$600 DOWN large, it's a honey. A. Ben- dlers, will pick up 635-2893 Large clean home with 2 Fla rooms. 2 reverse

$18,500 TOTAL Kori, Realtor call anytime cycle air conds. and don't forget the swimming t'
2230 NW 51st Terrace, Phone I$700 Down
7512243. pool. Also has 2 lots. 100x100. $15,500
3 bed 2 bath 634-6929. Keep small children No Qualifying cottage.

Ige.pa;*!Fla.room,fire place for working mother. Mrs. No Closing Costs. total.

garage, modern kitchen, near FOR RENT McClendon. 1720 NW 30th Street -ALSO-

University of Miami Call MO 1 bedroom furnished apart- Nicely furn. 2 bedroom, 2 5 units plus 50.140 vacant lot. 1 acre all to

5-5969. ment, no children $22.00 a Wanted Someone in vicinity of bath, air cond. gether. 1 house has 3 bedroom, 2, lath, near 36th
week water and lights furnished -
Indef. NW 44th St. and 12th ave., to St. & 11th Ave.. Only $27,500 total price.
call 7546277. ,keep 8 mo. old baby. Please ALLAPAnAHREALTYRealtors
FHA approved 2 bedroom plus call Mr.or Mrs.Hall 633-7231 633-0426 Duplex. 2 bedrooms each side 1 side furn., CBS
large Florida room, garage, Lovely 1 bedroom for 1 or 2 tile roof, large fenced yard. Reduced te $16,500.

hardwood floors, large enoughfor adults no children $20 week. Excellent terms. No qualifying.

a 3 bedroom.Beautiful new NE 55566.Room. --------------------

area. Price below FHA. Only COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

$450 down. $100 to veterans.A Middle age mm only TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

tremendous value. shavnby preferrable one work during STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

appointment only. Call Fen- day to live reasonable, comfortable $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

ster Realty, Broker 759-8779 759-3360. VET TVTED DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

$100 down for displaced persons Lovely efficient. Also a lovely FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET .
This FHA 2 bedroom front room', 350 NW 6thStreetFR

home, Fla. room,fenced yard, 1-2019. 379-7735
Realtors
near school, busses and shop- EDISON :REALTY

ping center Drive by 6535NW Room in home will rent to a 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9 !
6th Avenue, then call Fenster quiet middle age sober man 115 tf 6M S't 75l44THE

I Realty, Broker 759-8779. work days. 634-9654. '" ,. i

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.24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 8, 1967

Small Business ManagementClinic Miami Urban


To Be Held HereThe Renewal Funds


Br4 Economic Opportunity The plans for the pro ject include Hit $24 MillionThe
., Program, Inc., of Dade County a class In Basic Mer-
the Board of Public Instructionand chandising for the residents of U. S. Department of
1 the S m a 11 Business Ad- the South Dade Community at Housing and Urban Develop-
'th TSltC.Lwr ministration, will present to Mays. High School. Many class ment(HUD) announced Fridaya
the general public an oppor- hours will be spent visiting $1,173,733 grant for Metro's
tunity to study courses in successful businesses to see Little HUD general neighborhood -
Small Business Administration how some businessmen op< renewal area project No.
will present to the gen- operate Excursions,exchange 1 This brings the total amount
-' eral public an opportunity to of ideas and free discussionled furnished by the federal gov-
t study courses In Small Busi-( by the instructor make up ernment for Miami's I first

rI 4, /t { ness Management, Financing, most thcurriculum.No project up to $11,278,817.Last .
: Advertising, Sales, promotion,,, text books are required the full week a $12.7 million
Record Keeping,Tax Account cost for each subject is$2.00.The federal grant for Miami's sec-
rY ing, Credit and Collection ond target area was approved
M1' IJ Methods, Inventory Buying, Both projects, geared to
Cost Control, Commercial principal collection of level and rebuild about 54
Business Law and Basic Mer- value in the Tuskegee Insti- square blocks of hard core

Y k ,. chandising.The tute Collection, the Booker T. ghetto areas in Miami,have
4 Directors, Coordinators Washington papers, has been received roughly $24 million
tr Yf' and teachers of the project given by the Institute to the library from the federal governmentto
y.E 1. will be present at Miami of Congress. date.
Senior HighSchoolAuditorium
p .a0 on Monday, Septem': 11, to GOOD JOBSAVAILABLE NOW
introduce themselves and to
present their program to the IF YOU ARE 18-50 YEARS YOUNG
public. High Income Security Opportunity (for Advancement *
The classes will be held Paid Sick Leave Paid Holidays No Lay
three nights each week begin- offs. Start training now, in your own home and keep
ning Tuesday, September 12, your present job while learning to qualify for a Civil I
and ending on December 18. Service Job. Mail this coupon today to:
of the ALPHA TRAINING SERVICE OF FLORIDABox
Upon completion
905 Buena Vista Station, Dept. C
courses, the student will be
373-4239
awarded a certificate of creditin
Name
-
the Adult Education Pro-
Address
-
PINNED DOWN gram Instruction.by the Board of Public Phone j - Ag e-r, ___. Sex.....

Taking their cue from the "Think Big"sign in the background, Corte tic Mitchell,
left, and Karen Key, Meister Brau hostesses, invade the Chicago headquarters of

of Foremost Liquor Stores, America's largest chain, to pin an extra big "We're expecting -
/ you" button to thelapel of Irving Robins, the company's president. Not only
does he appear to enjoy the visit by the charming Meister Brau brewery representatives -
but also he told them opportunities exist! for progressive independentbusiness-
to join his chain of stores, giving them several new locations which will be availablevery
soon. All in all, it was a painless pinning procedure.

.

Ole MissY
LD l ypi/K HOSTS
) 9'd 1tr Ca1i't tcr 1j9YJ" KAT ft '
MARY JO L Dancing & Fun Til' 5 AM
Flunks Out fCaifSmilfi

WEDDINGS lANQUETS tk \ * * ** * * * *
Negro Track CONVENTIONS
HOT-COLD ic
HOI CIVVIES J -
AND CANAttS_ -
flAN NOW
StarOxford XMAS IOWLIN9 PICNICS LAND 7: \

FAITHS COCKTAIL.IUFMTS I'1

Miss. Jim Isom of 11754.4615c.; ,.
Hernando, a 9.4 high school :=i "..is. ..D.'ct
I
101 N *ST. fBINGO
sprinter and the first Negro *
ever offered an athletic scho-
larship by the University of *

Mississippi! has failed to meet *
Ole Miss' entrance require- PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI
ments. I *
.
9g CUSTOM MADE
Athletic Director TadSmithtold PLASTIC FURNITURE *

members Conference of the touring Southeastern SLIP COVERS I WIN HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ,j itc *

Skywriters group yesterdaythat I e CIYSTAI HIAVV OAU6I CLAD )V 1\ -X
Isom, who had been recruited e Pill LONG MSISTANT LASTING / IN CASH PRIZES f *
for Ole Miss' track e FULLY UAIANTIID '

program, failed to mike the e SUM. .woDt,+ er+eNg" *
P' ,,
1+ rKLLMLM" *
required minimum on the SHIP mo J OT FRIDAY SATURDAY
LM
MTIIIALtuummm EVERY &
American College Test exam. I IIPMIiUIHIOlrt 1 Dt [STIMATIS ; 'yA *

Smith also said that the (All VINTft/ SPECIALIZING CALL
*
e Its FITUNS IN PLASTIC oAY of
Rebel coaches are scouting SLIP COVERS NIGHT
"several good Negro football EXCLUSIVELY FREE REFRESHMENTS CONDITIONED *

players." He added that "it is House ol firetchen P" "t *
only a matter of time until we 34. 083 Next door to Stevens Market

sign one" Formerly Gretchen-Nicholas Plastic Cover :
27th AVENUE & NW 62nd STREET
*

ACRES OF FREE PAVED. WELL LIGHTED PARKING *

SUSPENDEDHAS
*
: Winner Fri. 11th
THIS HAPPENED TO YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSEIF $100.00 Jackpot ,. Aug. *

SO Mrs. Lula Mae Mclaughlin *

YOU WANT TO SEE THE PEOPLE AT
412 WEST 25th STREET HIALEAH, FLA. -tc

BECKET & BEAN *

No Admission Charge 10$ Per Card *
NO WAITING TO HAVE YOUR APPLICATION APPROVED *

IMMEDIATE AUTO INSURANCE COVERAGE LAW PROHIBITS MINORS
,w STATE *
YOUR SR 22 FILED WHILE YOU WAIT
*
4
ONE STOP AND YOU DRIVE OUT WITH YOUR AUTO

INSURANCE POLICY : FIRST GAME $25 CASH PRIZE FREE :
COME TO THE CORNER WITH THE SPINNING SIGN


27th Ave. & 62nd St. N.W. :: \ __ Start 8:00 Pm Sharp :


OR CALL 696-0880 A -tctc

*
; FREE DRIVE-IN PARKING
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