The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOTING? '. ."

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Teachers Demand Special

; : Session On Education j

Dade County teachers, 5- with the courage to vote their Dr. Cecil Hannan, assistant .

: )00 strong,vented their spleen convictions, not Gov. Claude executive secretary of the National :

Tuesday night against Gov. Kirk's." Association,called Kirk .
e t ; re? ,; Claude Kirk and vowed to con The Dade School Board to a "trickster' and accused him ;4

>.o l hp t.v _tinue their battle for better sign a contract to negotiatewith of "double talk and double

r education. teachers on a broad rangeof dealing.'"

Meeting at Dinner Key Auditorium educational improvements,
The NEA is doubling the i
the Dade Classroom including higher salaries.
$50,000 already pledged to aid
Teachers Association voted Mrs. Janet Dean, CTA pre-
Broward teachers who have
unanimously to urge; sident, recited the followingverse
resigned and is sending a 30-
/ The State Legislature to call to the session:
man team into the state to explain "
itself into special session to "In the glory of his power ..
the seriousness of the
deal with education and "find Our governor doth dwell;
educational problems to the
out who really are the good He likes it in Vienna, .\
public Hannan said. The CTA
guys." We'd prefer he'd go to .." ,
voted to contribute another
,, \ All civic groups in Floridato The teachers made no mis-
$5,000 to the Broward teach-
support such a session. take in supplying the missing
4 ers after warnings that more
The Florida EducationAs- work at the end. Kirk is spend
) I"I sociation to appeal to Republican ing his honeymoon in Europe. may be required. .;.
CTA Executive Secretary
legislators "to eliminate Mrs. Dean said the gover-
Pat Tornillo said of the I
politics by signing the legisla- nor's refusal to bow to the gover-
nor's address on education ;
& tive petition for a special ses- teachers was "A tyrannical 'I
last week
sion, and pledging to come to pursuit of power as yet unheard ;
+ that session uncommitted and of in education.' (continued on page 24)) J

. :' Range Gun Control ,j

Law Gets New Life :

The proposal of Miami City ing. I don't see where another laws under debate inCongress

Commissioner Athalle Range hearing could add. to the intentof aren't' ,as tough as existing ,:

for tighter\ control,of gun, this bill." measures in the city and the ",

sales was rejected two months Parsons who' can produce' county, 'argued Bernkrant; )1'iJ

ago,' but came back to life on adequate identification and Commissioner Range said,

Monday without a dissent. agree to be fingerprinted and "I realize it ii not a crime 'a

n Minor changes in the ordi- photographed, licensed whole- deterrent, but it can certainly .

Winners In the Third annual Miss Tan America Pageant, held September 1st in nance which remain, include a sale and 'retail dealers and help."

,Dallas, Texas, are left to right Jo Ann Twitty, Miss Ton Portland 1st Runnerup three-day waiting period between persons who have gunpermitsfrom She said that reintroducing

I ; Dolores Evans, :Miss Ton America J966-67/ Claudia Reynolds, Miss Tan America purchase and delivery of any government, wouldbe her gun law was not apart of a .

] 96768; and Cind Todd, Miss Tan Boston and 2nd Runner-up. a weapon. exempted from the 72-hour political arrangement among
i t Al Bernkrant, president of waiting period in Mrs.Range'snew the commissioners when
i- Dade Sporting Goods Dealers ordinance. Clark was appointed to fill the

Julian Bond Association, objected to por- "What we have here now," seat of the late Mayor'Robert
: Rent Strike Tenants tions of the law and asked for Mrs. Range said, "is one very King High.

further study, adding that it Important factor in addition "I would like to have It

To Sptak Her would hurt tourism. what the county has now--and known here I do not considerthe 'I

Set To Hire OwnContractors Mayor Steve Clark said,"If that is the 72-hour waiting gun law any piece of political -

the City of Miami's tourism Is period." pie," said Mrs Range. :

At RallyPacifist dependent on the sales of guns, The two ordinances are very She said she hopes it will \

then I hope tourism goes out of similar, except that Metro has become a model for statewide ;
Julian Bond will the window. a 24-hour waiting period. legislation regulating sale of 'w,

) After two successful weeksof ty Council, stated at the meet- speak at a rally here Satur- "We've given it a fair Lear- Proposals for national gun firearms. ,:

rent strike, during which ing that "This Is the type of day, September 16.

time better than $1700 was war on poverty program that Sponsored by the American

paid into the tenants organi- makes sense In that, althoughthis Friends Service Committee $3,266,888 Contract Let For Florida Memorial ]
zation. Members and officers project has not receivedany (AFSC), the rally is being held

of the Biltmore Gardens Ten- outside funds, it's created to support its principles of Low bidder to start con- Prior to opening in 1968, crime prevention, a human
met late Monday employment and funds for the non-violence, both in U. S.
ant Delegation struction of the Florida Mem- Florida Memorial College is relations institute, a peace
and decided to people who need it right within cities and in Viet Nam.
night begin orial College was announced conducting studies for esta- center and a vocational and :
the rehabilitation of their own neighborhood." A Quaker himself, Mr. Bondis I
phases a Negro member of this morning by Dr.Edward T. blishing a four year curriculum guidance and counselling pro-
their rent strike.
in law enforcement and gram.
Graham, chairman of the
After realizing that within He hopes that other heavily the Georgia Legislature and Board of Trustees.The ._ "" --.....-..._LH.4 ".. ,, .
the Biltmore Gardens apartment monied projects in Dade former SNCC official.He : I
bid for $3,266,888.00 "
there will to this has recently been very
were many unem- County begin study
was awarded to the Robert L.
active in the formation of Ne-
and He further stated that
ployed under-employed project.
Turchin general contractorsfor
craftsmen the tenants is should be used gro office holders throughoutthe .
group as a patternto i v Sa ,
the Initial construction of Y
decided to employ these men in gain maximum feasible par- country into an organization a M1q. 4 ,
nine .
helping to repair properly ticipation of residents of this designed to increase the contract requires that F

maintain the Biltmore Gar- area in all phases their pro- Negro's poliUcalleverage.
the buildings be completed for .
According to Pearl Ewaldof
dens apartments. including planning im- d
grams ,
the opening of classes for 750
Bernard director and the AFSC, the rally will be tC /C' t
N. Dyer, plementation, employ- 1ti
students by Sept., 1968.
of the Liberty City Communi- ment. called "The Right to Peace' I
and will feature local speakers Florida Memorial College, ,, I t

as well as Mr. Bond. the predominantly Negro,
Bernard Dyer of the Liberty Baptist related four year lib- .
I Falls 15 Floors To Death City Community Council will eral arts school is now lo-

speak on life and peace in the cated in, St. Augustine, Fla.

William T. Sanders, 35,of 551 being swung his way. by a ghetto, and'James Gahagan and is one of the oldest institutions -
NW 7th St., fell 15 1/2 stories crane. will talk about Viet Nam and for higher educa- ti I"

from the top of an apartmenton Police were told by other poverty. Mr.Gahagan is a graduate tion in the state. The 75 year ',, w

Belle Isle Tuesday and was workers that Saunders appar- student at the Universityof old college will start its cur-
killed instantly. ently stepped too close to the Miami. riculum on a 60 acre campus Miami Beach Contractor Robert L. Turchin, standing

Sanders was one of a crew edge, reached out too far and There will be an open dis- with nine buildings which will signs the contract for building Dade County's new-

of construction workers help lost balance. He hit the cussion following the talks, Include a one story adminis- est college, Florida Memorial College, at the school's

ing to pour concrete for an ele- ground beside the building at and the speakers will be asked tration building, a two story new site NW 156th St. and LeJeune Road...Seated is

vator shaft housing on the roof 5 Island Ter.Among questions by the audience. library, classroom, science, Dr. Royal Puryear, president of the 75 year old pro

of the 15-story building. his survivors are The rally is scheduled for music, maintenance and central dominantly Negro institution of higher I earn ing. .

Standing on the top of the housing owo children. He was employ 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, at conditioning build- Ground breaking exercises for the school will be

he reached out to steadya ed by Millman ConstructionCo the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, ings, a teaching auditoriumand held on Sunday, Sept. 24, 4 p.m. at the college site and .i
steel bucket full of concrete of 1820 Bay Road. 301 Northwest 9th Street. a physical education plant. the public is invited. ,



2 THE MfAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967

Dinner To K/cfcoff/ FMC/ Crime Prevention Center: '

view the need for a four year required more personnel and
United States Congressman, tablishing regional institutesto and the college is applying for mour Gelber is developing the. program at. the college which better trained personnel
James H. Scheuer (D. NYC), provide training,education, funds from the Federal Government curriculum for the program.A would leid.t6 a degree in law The Crime Prevention Center
will be the guest speaker Oct. research, demonstration or to establish such a local meeting of the,top law South enforcement ..elifor em 'nt.. :. is the first of its kind in the
25 at the Eden Roc Hotel, Mia- special projects" to Improve institute. officials In The purpose of the Center 'nation and will be a pilot pro-
mi Beach, for a dinner In hon- state and local law enforce- The Crime Prevention Institute Florida, including Sheriff E. would also be to enlist Negro granv which will lend impetusto
or of the office of the Florida ment and criminal Justice. for Florida Memorial Bud 'pur! dy, States'Attorney youth ,to help fill the ranks In ]t creation,, of similar Cen-
College has the support of Attorney Richard Gerstein i and local' which ters in colleges throughout
State Attorney'Geneall ; '\.Representative Scheuer Ison departments : the
: police
.. Gen-
of the Attorney
Faircloth 0. the national advisory board General Earl Faircloth members were undermanned and which nation.
: I .> 1 ofFlorida Memorial College and a member of his staff Sey eral's staff met last May to re
The announcement was + ----
made by Dr. Edward T. Gra- --
ham, chairman of the Board
of Trustees for Florida Memorial *
College, who stated that
the dinner will kick off the program
for the Crime Preven-
tion Center of the 75-year-old
institution of higher learning,
which is relocating to Miami
from St. Augustine
'' -
Chairman for the dinner is
Florida State Senator Richard
Stone, freshman senator from

Dade County. .

Congressman Scheuer is
co-sponsor with Senator Ted
Kennedy of a bill, HR 5652,
which establishes a National
Institute of Law Enforcementand
Criminal Justice within :

the Department Justice.The .'' sawaa+aa.Kk.+,.m..n., ,_ew.u.wa.+ray
bill was adopted bythe Houseof
Representatives on August
7, 1967 and it is nowbeingre-
vie w e d by the United States '
Senate. 4
The bill calls for funds"es- ,
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T. Willard Fair, executive
director of Greater Miami Ur- I
ban League, has been selectedby
the publishers of "Who's :
Who in South and Southwest", '
for inclusion in the influential a
publication. The 11 s t i D It car-
ries Mr. Fair's background
and accomplishments.At .
a recent annual conference -
of the National Urban .
League, Mr.Fair was appointe ,. "H
to serve for two years on
the Executive Board of the
League's Executive Directors
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Another Miami family opens a savings account at the Roosevelt Office, assisted by a Savings Officer, Mrs. Dana Chapman


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967 3
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Appears Before

Washington Grand Jury


Rep. Adam Clayton Powell The grand Jury has subpoenaed is asking for $1,500 a month
(D., Harlem) who has spent the records Including in separate maintenances and
past seven months at his Blrai- vel records relating to child support.

ni, Bahamas, retreat, spent Powell's tenure as chairman
more than an hour Monday before of the House Education and

a Washington grand Jury, Labor Committee.
but refused to discuss his testimony. These documents formed
the basis of the charges of
His colleagues denied misuse of committee funds
that led to Powell's be ing ban
Powell his House seat March
ned from Congress."I
1 and accused him of doing
have nothing to say what
wrong financially. The select
soever," Powell said. "Talkto
committee that investigated "
him recommended that the my lawyer.
While Powell was making
Justice Department look Into
his'financial affairs for possible his appearance in Washington
law violations. Monday, Mrs. Powell's Miami
lawyer said Powell has been
Powell strode from the
served with court papers in
grand jury room at U. S. District
his wife's suit for separate
Court to an elevator and t ,
then to a waiting car, flanked maintenance and child sup .., of )4t
three port. ; ( .- : : Jl' ,. .
by lawyers, including -- -- ;, _;
"My ,Joseph A. ;
criminal attorney Edward Manter-Milton is the new \ III
Bennet Williams. Questioned Robinson, found him Saturday namo of the funeral home at ..........._ _J1I'IU' : .'.o\\!. ,JII' ,,'ii "_ '. ,. .........
in the End of the World Bar In
by reporters, he said, "No 6701 NW 15th Ave. The business
answer" Bimini," said the lawyer,Arthur was formerly operated as HERE'S THE NEW MIAMI CITY COMMISSION

Williams' past clientslncluded Newman. the Manker Funeral Home by Miami City Commissioners pose for on official photograph after State Representive -
Teamster president Newman said he met Powell Mr. William Manker. Maurice had been elected by the group to served theunexpired term of the late I

James R. Hoffa and former in Bimini four weeks ago, but Sherman Milton, a graduate Robert King High. Seated are Commissioner Athalie Range, Mayor Steve Clark and
Senate aide Robert G. (Bobby) under truce conditions.He had of the Atlanta College of Mortuary Commissioner Irwin Christie Standing are Commissioners David Kennedy and
to promise not to serve the
Baker. He refused to explain Science and formerly Maurice Ferre Miami Metro News Bureau Photo.
his presence at the court papers issued by the Superior associated with the House of
before Powell Tribunal of San Juan, Puerto Albert, has become a stock
building ed. emerg Rico, where Mrs.Powell lives holder and officer in the business. Gets Direct Army (0111115510.-1.
Pat Range
Tra not going to discuss this with her son, six-year-old Mr. Milton is a licensed
with "Williams Adam Jr.Newman. funeral director and em- d ami campus: for the ceremony.
any further you, :: .
said Mrs. Powell Normtn p. Range, son of
said. balml r. ,""- It was conducted by Col.
Miami City Commissioner
Chauncey M.Stone,commanding
Mrs.. Athalie Range, Sunday
>'. officer of the 324th and a
received a direct commission ('
'oral Gables physician.SLICKBLAIK.
as a first lieutenant in the : .
324th General 11 ...
Hospital Army .' ; ;'
Reserve Unit. .ii'4
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Range, 27, won the commission ,
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from the rank of Specialist -, .
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Five. He was assigned aha '
field medical assistant in the .I-.;.,. /
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Branch Medical Seryict> '0) ,{ .".., '' DOUBLE ACTION
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Mrs. Range cams to;! the armory /.1\\ ,
on the University of Mi ;

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I Leonard Treister(left)surrenders coin National Bank to John W. the Board Garth C. Reeves AGENCY INC

the presidency of Lin- Roberts, Jr. as Chairman of looks on. Johnson photo.

I Lincoln National Bank Gets New President

Supports Higher Education
John W. Roberts, Jr. has High School and the University organizations including American
been elected to the board of of Miami, Roberts started his Institute of Banking. He
directors and named president banking career as a bank examiner is past president of the Association
of Lincoln National Bank of with the Federal Reserve of Bank Audit Control : :;:'
Miami. Bank of Atlanta, Ga. He and Operation. He.is a World illl !I Im

Roberts is a veteran pro also served as auditor for the War II veteran and a mijor in Welcome to Dade County
fessional banker and came to Coral Gables First National the U. S. Army Reserve.A .
Lincoln from First National Bank. Dade County resident iljjj
Bank of South Miami where he Roberts, 39, is a member of since 1938, Roberts '
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served as vice president and Rotary, Kendall Presbyterian comes from a banking family. jjj FLORIDA MEMORIAL .COLLEGE
cashier Church, Economic Society of His father is president of a
A graduate of Ponce de Leon Florida, and various banking bank in Palm Beach county.


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4 THE MI AMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1965emuamnzlune 7 ,


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Officer 6530 NW 15th Av., Miami, Fla. 33 U7-Phon.t691.0.c2\ A United Negro ;

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher i

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor TComniunit Can ; ,

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor .. ,ie'\\.r/

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Make District ,.'.' ,.' I! : i

National Advertising Representative ; .iii...
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. Voting A RealityIt .

310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y, 10017
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association seems like only yesterday, but during my two decades as l
2400 1.. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III, 60616, --
a resident of the Greater Miami I area,these, ,eyes have gleefully

SUBSCRIPTION RATES witnessed the slow, but sure, removal of many of the painful GEORGE W. KILPATRICKWhy

ONE YEAR $5,00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN. $6.00 .:shackles that have imprisoned the Dade in the cell block NEAL ADAMS

of second class citizenship.
Entered as Second Class Matter,. August 9, 1927 at the Post t I listening to his presentation;but if Commission is crowdedto

Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 the rafters with the likes of the Gibsons, Grahams, Hadleys,
The Dade Negro has migrated from his heretofore designated
"CREDO OF Adams Johnsons; the Simpsons, Johns, Cryers
THE NEGRO PRESS"The comfortable Kilpatricks, ,
at the rear of the bus to the money pro-
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead Wynns Wards and all the forementioned individuals and or-
'driver's seat. His children are now attending integrated
the world from racial and national antagonism when it accordsto ducing with all others interested in
every man regardless of his lace creed or color his human schools, and the humiliating signs reading "White Only" ganizations, together Liberty and
and legal right. Hating no man, fearing no man..the Negro and "Colored Only" have long since disappeared from the Dade Justice for all, members of the Commission, all of whom are
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men still presumedtobe honorable men,will not onlylistenbut Just mightbe
while opportunities are
County scene. And employment
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back of
moved by this unprecedented display unity on the part of
lagging, many Negroes are now holding down Jobs that were
to take favable action of this highly important
the Negro community
previously for white'only Just'a few years ago.

Thomas W. Young, editor and publisher of the Norfolk phases Yes, of we the have life of made the community noteworthy excepting progress and in virtually saving that all After all, it will be the people and not the power structurewho
and Guide died of heart attack in Norfolk General
Journal a
if district is the road to
of of politics. will decide voting right take.
the undeniably important area
Hospital on Wednesday afternoon, September 6 at the age of

58. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Joseph N. decades the social unrest and violence in the
How did this progress during the last two come Certainly streets in

Green rector of Grace Eoisconal Church.Mr. about? Let us not be naive enough to believe that all these other places of this trouble-striken country, and the strong
Young became editor and publisher of the Guide upon the
things were handed us on a silver platter by our fairy godmother desire to prevent same from spreadingandvirtuallydestryingthe
death of his father, P. B. Young St., in 1962. The paper was
or something, or someone from never-never land; these future of our potentially great country, will cause our county
founded in 1900 as the official of a fraternal order knownas
organ gains were brought about through action by organizations and fathers to be a little more prone to do the right thing.
the Knights of Gideon. It was purchased P. B. Young Sr.
Individuals like the NAACP and Attorney G.W.Graves and
and converted into an independent secular newspaper.Mr. .
Donald Wheeler Jones; the Coconut Grove Slum Clearance From where I stand, this looms as the greatest opportunityto
Young was also an attorney,admitted to the Norfolk Bar
as a general practitioner in 1933, practicing for five years Committee and Father Theodore R. Gibson; the Interdenomi- prove not only to the white community,but also to the Negro

before devoting full time to the newspaper business.He national Ministerial Alliance and Rev. Edward T.Graham; the on the street that it is possible for the Dade County Negro

was well known as a civic and community worker. His Brownsville Improvement Association and the two-fisted action leadership to unite and work as one for the common good of
of Neal Adams and George Kilpatrick;the Greater Miami theNegro community.
activities included First secretary-treasurer, National
: ,Urban League: and Walter Pinkston, James Whitehead and J.,
publishers Association. In 1947 he became
sident of the association.As pre- Willard Fair; the Congress on Racial Equality and Dr. John There is strength in number. Let us cast aside petty differ

a war correspondent he covered the 99th Fighter Squa- 0. Brown; Judge L. E. Thomas and Dr.I. P. Davis; Ministers- ences and stand together in large numbers Tuesday, Septem.
Laymen Voting Registration Committee and Rev. Thedford ber 19,' 'at 9:00 a.m. in the Metro Commission: Chambers.
dron, first unit of Negro pilots sent into combat by the United
Johnson and
Sepia Mayor Tannie Dean.
States, for five months in North Africa and Sicily.He .
Call Earl Carroll at PL 9-4603 or drop by his office at 4602
was a member and former chairman the Board of Di-
Also playing a major role toward first class citizenship'have NW 7th Ave., and let him know you'll be there.
rectors of the Norfolk chapter of the YMCA, secretary of Al-
been Operation Big Vote and "Mr. Registration" himself Next week: The next step in the battle for district voting.
pha Phi Fraternity for 25 years and treasurer of the Kit Kat Charles R. Hadley; the Dade County Young Democratic Asso-.

Club for 20 years, secretary anddirectorcfthe Amalgamated ciation and Dr. Elmer A. Ward, Bill Wynn and Earl Carroll;

Publishers, a trustee of Hampton Institute, a United States the Opa-locka Civic Club and.Jack Blakley; the Richmond

delegate to the Tanganyika Independence Celebration at Dares Heights Civic Association and James Reid; PACT and Bill Phil Ossofar

Salaam in 1961. In 1964 he was appointed by President John- Wynn; the South Dade Political Action Committee and O'Dell

son to the National Citizens Committee on Human Relations. aren't we winning the ards. Had the nations adheredto

Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Mireurite Chisholm Young: war on poverty? A report by Christ's admonitions to love \

a daughter, Mrs Millicent Young Henderson, of Baltimore, Senator Joseph S. Clark of one another; to be one's bro-

a brother, Mr. Bernard Young, Jr.; a son-in-law, Dr. Irvin Pennsylvania, who Is reputedto ther's keeper, the fascist and

Henderson and a grandson, Irvin Henderson, Jr. be the best informed man communistic ideologies would

Mr. Young's remains are to be cremated. on this subject states that not have prospered, and we

(1), the war on poverty can- would not be witnessing the

RANGE FILES FOR REELECTIONMrs. not be won until the war in killing or the impoverishmentof

Vietnam is finished; (2), that so many human beings.

Athalie Range, Miami's only Negro City Commis- overall plans of the Office of The proper use of funds

sioner, filed on Tuesday for re-election. Mrs. Range put upa Economic Opportunity to end stems from right thinking;

real battle against Commissioner Irvin Christie in the last poverty in the next ten years brotherly love for all mankind
election and defeated him in the Primary but lost in the run-
cannot be put into operation and the desire to see all man

off.In possibly be cause of the extremely progress and prosper. We
February 1966, Commissioner Sidney Aronovitz resignedhis high costs and
(3)), have turned from Godly ways,
seat on the City Commission because of ill health and Com- that at the present rate of wasting our material resources -
missioner Range was appointed to fill the This in Ye THEODORE GIBSON
vacancy. GRAHAMFATHER spending ($2 billion per year), in destruction insteadof
Editor's she has done and to the REV. EDWARD
opinion, efficiently honorably the war on poverty cannot be in progress and develop-
of constituents and the in
delight public general.
Johns the won. ment. He who forgets God, God
North Miami Beach Civic Association and Hazel
Athalie Range is widely known and highly respected as one ofMiami's
Crawford the causes to forget himself.Thus,
; Southern Christian Leadership Conference and
finest citizens and commissioners.CONGRATULATIONSTAMPANS.
Jimmie Chatmon. As usual, we seem to be too we are being made spiritually

late with too little. Had we impoverished by our forget-

opened our hearts to those liv- to
fulness. When we return
The Perrine Civic Association and
Frank Reid;Richmond
ing in deplorable conditions Him and peaceful
Heights Businessmen Association and Dr.L. Cryer; the Coconut cooperation
long ago, before the Vietnam
will be the
Ye Editor send congratulations to Tampa's businessmen Grove Action committee and Dr. Van Johnson; the South War had started progress
,we could have the and will have all
who have Just.opened the Community Federal Savings and Loan Miami Civic Association: and Rev. Campbell and many, many won the war on poverty with day, we and
the material
Association,. and as of September 3 had on deposH the sum of more individuals and organizations. much less resources;
money than it will spiritual, to win the war on
cost us when we decide to fight
Some of its patrons are from other parts of Florida. May While great good has come from the action of these individuals this war poverty.
And to
say When win this war we
we ,
this association continue to grow. and organizations, they have more or less obtained their "It costs too much
to elimi- will have won two wars .
accomplishments through sectional and individual action
poverty" is a fallacy,because the war to end the physical
showing Interest and
in those
taking part only problems affect- the
cost of NOT
eradi- in
FILING MEDICARE CLAIMSHave ing them as individuals and a particular neck of Dade County cating it will be degradation of the poor
woods. higher, worldly goods, and the war to
you filed a Medicare Claim and have not been paid? If in money and in moral stand- end our own spiritual poverty.

so there is a reason. Well, here it is:
The records will show.that never in the history of Dade have
According to Edward P. Blonston, manager of the North these :
organizations and
Miami Social Security Office, the delay is generally caused individualsbankedthemselvestogeth-
er and fought as one for a commoncause. Needless to
by a defect in the claim usually and incorrect medicare num- say
we have had many instances where complete of
ber, or a doctor's bill which is not sufficiently itemized.If unity purpose
and action should have been the order of the All
day. these bat-
the claim is incomplete or incorrect, payment is delayed
tles needing such action were lost because such Merchants who
unity was not advertisein
until the correct information is obtained.For .
forthcoming.And .

this reason, Mr. Blonston invites anyone who is aboutto

file his first Medicare claim to call at the Social Security now, with the Dade County Negro standing stalled at the The Miami Times are

Office for assistance before the application is mailed. At So- crossroads in his Journey toward first-class citizenship, he is

cial Security, the form can be check for completeness and accuracy faced with two of the greatest Issues he has ever tackled The telling they appreciate

and any apparent problems can be resolved. election on the greatest City Commission Miami ever had, you

Medicare claims may be filed either by the doctor or the Mrs. Athalie .:i.LIge and the creation of district voting

patient. If the doctor claims re-embursement, he must accept doing business with

an assignment. As previously reported in this column, the opening volley

He will bill the-patient only for the$50 deductible and 20 percent in the battle for district voting which will put a definite end ,I'

for the remainder. to the cruel and evil practice of the Negro taxation without rep- you. They are courteous,

r resentation.here in Dade will be fired by Dade County Young

Doctors'' offices have wide experience in filling out insur- Democratic Association prexy, Earl Carroll, come next tues- dependable. where

ance claims and they should have no trouble completing the day when we will ask the DadeCounty Commission to place the Shop

medicare, said Mr, Blonston. matter of District Voting before the people on the ballot of the

If the patient files the claim, he must pay the doctor first. Nov. 7th election. you are appreciated!

While the doctor submits only the application, the patient must

have, also, an itemized bill. Sure, the Commission will give Mr, Carroll the courtesy of -

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, IV65


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Help Wanted How To Make a WillYou -

Letters to the Editor

One Million Jobs must always remember that the right to make a will and

to dispose of your property as you wish at your death is given Education Teachers
1 The Urban Coalition, at its recent meeting in Washington, you by the state in which you live. The conditions and limitations Physical
a !t D. C., called for the creation of 1 million new Jobs to end the to this right are included in the statutes of your state
disastrous unemployment In big city ghettos. Since the Urban and must be observed if your will is to be fully effective. Important Part of EducationDear
Coalition is made: up of the cream of the nation's leadership The purpose of a will Is to carry out the wishes to the
in business, civic affairs, city governments, and civil rights, Maker. Many persons fall to execute a will during their life Sir:
its call for Jobs is a significant new development.There time, thus,their property, if any, is distributedaccording to r rI
the state law. Each state under the state statutes sets out the wish to reveal publicly my sentiments and reactions lo the
are a number of ways these Jobs could be created. mode and manner property descends to members of the family. Governor of the State of Florida andhisSeptember 5th's proposals
First and perhaps most important fc public service employ This may not coincide with how you desire to distribute whatis to better our educational system. ;
ment. Our schools, hospitals, parks and other public institutions yours.A .
are badly understaffed. By creating new Jobs like teach number of important words are defined below. Their Governor Kirk has yet to become the favorite of many of us
ers aides, nurses aides, and other positions, the unemployedcould meanings are important and you should know such meanings and it doesn't seem as if he will soon, unless he changes his
get meaningful Jobs which would enable professionalstaffs because they are often used in connection with wills. attitude and beliefs about education.
of these institutions to do their own Jobs more effectively. Bequest: the gift, under a will, of personal ,property
Devise: the gift, under a will, of real property I had no real "beef about the education crises until I heard
Devisee: the person to whom the real property is given the Governor knock the skills and the effiency of physical education
The important thing about such Jobs is that they aren't Legacy; a gift, by will, of personal property teachers. I wish to speak for the physical education
"make-work" projects. They are desperately needed if the Legatee: the person to whom a legacy orbequest is givenTo teachers first because I am a ohvslcal education teacher, sec-
essential services all Americans depend upon are to function Probate: the act or process of proving a will in court ondly because I am a teacher, and thirdly because.I am a tax-
effectively. Last year,the National Commission on Technology Testator; the maker of a will (man) paying citizen of Florida.
Automation and Economic Progress, on which served, found Testatrix: the maker of a will (woman)
that the nation could create over 5 million such Jobs in public Governor Kirk's speech concerning today's teacher paycheck
services ranging from urban devEdopmenttorural conservation The person who carries out the terms of your will after your stated that "no individual should be considered a teacher un-
death is an executor ((11 a woman-executrix). When, however, less they spend at least 60 per cent of their time in the class-
there is no will, the person who takes charge of the distribution room." It also stated that anyone who spends less than 60 per
Another way In which minority groups could move Into better of your property is appointed by the Court and is calledan cent of their time In the classroom may be called a teacher,
'I [ \ Jobs is for industry to reexamine its hiring practices. Many administrator. but the truth is that they are holding down another job in the
'( businesses hire people who are overqualified for the available The right to provide by will for the disposition of one's property school system.
:, Jobs. Many office Jobs require college diplomas when a high at death is withheld only from those who are not sufficiently I I
jl,', school education will do Just as well. sound of mind to understand the ordinary affairs of life, The Governor's speech continued with pay raises for teach
t, ; which include the nature, extent and character of their own ers, stating that "teachers pay increases should go to teach .
,\! Shortly after the Arab-Israeli war, Isawa special television property. ers only." His question followed with: "Should we pay a
program analyzing the conflict. The TV reporter said that Beware of loose,or incomplete wording in your will. Be physics or math teacher more than a physical education teacher -
Israel won because of the skill of her air force, and then he specific and detailed in your legacies, particularly where they ?" He continued: "This involves degrees of skill,comparative -
a pointed out that Israel requires only a high school education are valuable. For a valid gift of property under a will there achievement and the law of supply and demand. It is pretty
for its pilots, while the US Air Force demands a college de- must be a description of the property sufficient for its identi hard to get good physics teachers, chemistry math teach
gree. He asked the program's expert guest, General S. L. A. fication. Otherwise, the devise or bequest will be VOID.LET'S ers."
Marshall why the U. S. had such a requirement for Its pilots.,
With simple the Governor is of the that
The General just shrugged and said he'd been trying to figure reasoning, opinion
physical education teachers not teachers he
are teaching as
that out for years.
terms it, and are not entitled to pay raises. He is also of the

Small countries like Israel can't afford absurdly high requirements opinion that a physics or mathemetics teacher is far more ,
because they Just don't have that many college TALK, significant in schools than a physical education teacher The
graduates. Well,'we don't either. We aren't going to end poverty Mathematics, Physics, and History good for our children. 'I'
and find Jobs for the million of poor .. white and Negro POLITICS )k'NORMAN Health, fitness, leadership, character, and skill developmentare I
until employers take a more realistic attitude in their hiring also good for our children.We get the latter from physical I
BY E. JONES, education teachers.

Robert Gilder vs James Hammond for Tampa NAACF"con Physical education and physical activities, games and sportsare
Gross director and chairman of the financial
trol" during the last election of officers of the Tampa NAACP Just as Important to our children as any other subject.
of the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation told the National -
committee ,
Branch Robert Gulder, the incumbent president, fought hard Deny the children the privilege of participating in this phaseof
annual conference last month .
t Urban League's : per to retain the post, with its"status'' as spokesmen for the Negro education and the child is lost socially,physically, and men
haps business should be thinking in some areas of Job simplification
community, with the "white press and broadcast media, tally. The Governor has the wrong concept physical education
of to who cannot
to provide opportunity entry many such previous recognition was "heady wine' indeed for Mr. ; physical education teachers do teach.. and I moan teach.
,' now avail themselves of it because we demand too much.. Perhaps
\tip Gulder, and naturally he was reluctant to give up the "Jug.'
should take another look at our Job requirements at
we ,
What about pay raises for physical education teachers? After
\ what we really mean by a "qualified" person. Do we really His only serious opponent for the presidencywas a Mr. Red- school when the dismissal bell sounds, the mathematics and

:f.!' need a college graduate. or even a high school graduate .. dick, a very fine gentleman who made quite a civic record as science teachers depart for their.homes or some other destination
or five or ten years of experience? an ardent worker and organizer in the Jackson Heights Bel- where is that physical education teacher? He remainsat

monts Heights area. school assisting, training and supervising that eager boy or
' "One of the surprising things we are learning is that thereIs The active voting membership of the Tampa chapter, had girl to achieve in that desired sport or game for pupil's satis-
a world of ability and talent among the underpriviledge .. expressed somewhat disillusion at some extrovert actions of faction or for school to school Sports Day and Intramural com-
' ability that lies dormant because of low training or low motivation Mr. Gilder and was hoping for a strong candidate to replaceMr. petition. These physical education teachers work sometimesuntil
or, perhaps more accurately expressed,no opportunity' Gilder, but alas, it seemed that ony Mr. Reddick wanted darkness falls, go home, and return to school the' next
to develop it." the Job. morning work with the same eager children before their
Mr. Reddick had one big handicap for too great to overcome first class in the m 0 r n in g.It is no r are occasion for these
This is the kind of sophisticated thinking which many of'our his too close relationship with Mr. James Hammond,the con physical education teachers to begin their,school workday be-
top business leaders are doing today. They are aware of in census of opinion was that should Mr Reddick be elected fore 730 a.m. The science and the mathematics teacher is required
dustry's responsibility to create' work for all, and they are president of the Tampa NAACP, James Hammond,already the to report to worka specified time and sb is the, physical
*trying to strip away the tangle of discriminatory practices Community Relations Director and recognized by the "down, education teacher., ,
which keep Negroes and other minorities from an equal chanceat town" governmental structue as ,the '"official" spokesman
good Jobs. for the "Negro leadership oligarchy," would also be the The Governor revealed two of his personal beliefs:((1)) He has
spokesman for the NAACP through his alleged control of Mr. not thought of giving physical education teachers pay raisesfor

They have their work cut out. It isn't easy to reverse 100 Reddick. their extensive efforts; and (2) He is not convinced that
years of discrimination, but this summer proved that it has to Too many remembered when James Hammond was the ma- physical education teachers are teachers.I .
be done. Business will have to redefine its hiring standards, jor-domo of the Negro division of the ill-fated "Julian Lane
develop new and more accurate tests which don't screen out for Mayor Campaign" he appointed Mr.Reddick as his full- would be extremely pleased for my senor daughter to bring
minority workers, and expand its training efforts to help peo- time coordinator, and Mr. Reddick's "chestnut pulling le." home an "A" grade in physical education in place of scienceor
ple qualify for skilled j jots. So with tow "left-handed" choices, the controlling factionof mathematics or a chance to be a part of some athletic sportor
the local Branch Tampa NAACP gave the nod to the incumbent game. I would feel that this child was successful gainingthe
Mr. Gilder, hoping that Mr.Gilder in his role as spokesman knowledge of skill received from a physical education
and Mr. Hammond in his role as spokesman, would neutralize teacher's instruction, knowledge of teamwork and sportsman
each other. ship, and a sound mind and a sound body

Miami Times
I invite the Governor to our schools to see exactly what
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physical education really is and most of all to see that PHYSI-

..('" meeting of the Florida lowing the Saturday business
t Dear Sir : Voters League, Inc. will be session. Sincerely yours,
held Friday and Saturday, Saturday morning sessionswill Freddie F. Pittman
Enclosed please find the sum of $ I Sept. 29-30 at the Holiday Inn, include workshop ses-

fp cover the cost of a subscription to 3349 Federal Highway in Ft. sions, panel discussions and -
Lauderdale as announced by presentation of special con
the Miami\ T mes. Dr. Yon D. Mizelle, general sultants, from 9-12 a.m. Mrs.
chairman. Mary Singleton, first woman
Mail Paper To. i i,and first Negro to be electedto MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Activities planned by the Jacksonville City Council
Broward County Voters Lea- will be the keynote speaker at
gue, hosts for this session, an open luncheon beginning at DEPENDABLE.
One Yr. $5.00 ( ) include a get-acquainted danceat noon Saturday. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
the Elks' Rest on Friday Business session will immediately
night and a cocktail hour fol follow the luncheon.


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6 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. September 15, 1967 11If1IIEuIIII111/I11111//1/1 !

Coettes Service Club


Makes Trip To Expo fOe 5

Members of the Co-ettes fredricks, Arthur Gallon, J

Service Club, who recently Alyson Hart, Beverly Hart, I,11111/1/1111iiIIIIII/IIIIIIIII
made an enjoyable bus tour to Ruth Houston, Barbara Mc-
BUILD UNITY THROUGH UNDERSTANDINGThe Expo 67 in Montreal, Canada Call, Patricia McCall, Cheryl BY PRISCILLA REDDING

were as follows Andrea McKinney, Altheria Moore,
School alone does not give the children the attitudes they ) for people school doors are opened. As the new
Austin, Champ Austin,Lynette Stevie Nusome, Linda Nelson, Yes many
have about people of other religions races nationalities. students as well as new teachers
we find new -
Alexander, Jennifer Baker, Debra Pace and Delores Pace. school year opens
The home the church or clubs recreation and would like to introduce to the
Mary Barnette, Bi11 S. Bar- Patricia Reese, Carletha At this time I communitythe
amusement centers, storekeepers and all others with whom nette Cherry Brown Flora Smith, Cynthia Smith, Linda new members of the Frank C. Martin staff, they are: Dr.
children come in contact outside school help to form their attitudes instructor Mrs. Berea Medlin 2nd
Mollie 5th grade ; ,
Brown, Rudy Brown, James Smith, Bernice Saywer, Doretha Merry,
and ell m i n ate undemocratic ones, for it is the one instructor Mrs. June Friedman, art instructor and Mr.
Bingham, Doris Curtis, Yvette Skinner, Dorothy Swindle, grade ;
agency which reaches all the children.It is also the one public education.
Davis, Sharon Demer itte and Karen Shannon,Robert Strap II Nathaniel Moore, physical
agency which has direct contact with all the parents. This is Karen Demeritte. Polly Timmons, Clara War- During the last few days of the summer Mrs. Lawrence

an important fact, for cooperation and understanding on the Daisy Evans, Marrion ner, and James Williams. Sweeting (Lois) 14825 Robinson Street, had the pleasure of
part of the parents are essential to success in our efforts. having for a house guest a retired teacher, Mrs. Miry Gard-

Many schools have long understood the value of cooperation.They r ner from Shelby, North Carolina. Mrs. Gardner says she had
encourage the assistance of parents and welcome discus-
and enjoyable
Mesdames Vera E.Smith and Vera Wilson returned on tues- had a very busy
sion with them.
Herbert AmmonsEdna( ) 15150SW 107th Ave.
a most enjoyable visit. Mr. and Mrs. ,
There schools however where the teachers and the day from Los Angeles, reporting
are Jetted to New York had the pleasure of having her aunt, Mrs. Anna Bethel and
Bannister and Juanita Thompson
principal think narrowly in terms of the need to educate
may Debra and Keith Mickey visit with her from
of their grandchildren
attend the wedding
City on Saturday September ,
and Influence
the parents. They recognize the fact that the attitudes -
Scott. Winona is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nassau.Mr. .
nieces Winona
of the parents are reflected in the children. They know Helen and Flat vacationed
) in
Frank Jones (
William(Sylvia)Scott. Miss Scott and Mr.Ronald Sampson, son and Mrs.
that if the have attitudes of their children
parents disrespect 54th
y Journeyed on to attend the Kappa Alpha
of Mrs. Joyce Sampson and the late Henry Sampson were mar- Ocala then they
exhibit like prejudices. ried at the First Baptist Church, Homestead, Long Island.St Psi Conclave in St. Louis during the week of Aug. 9-12. Be-
Janet Dean, president of the Dade Classroom Teachers'As- '67 and
Joseph's Church choir of Nassau will singthe masses at fore returning home they visited Expo relatives.
sociation and Superintendent Joe Hall have invited all Dade Catholic Church Sunday September 17. The Martin Memorial AME Church is sponsoring a Family Talent -
residents to inspect the schools in their neighborhoods and see is invited. Program, Sunday, Sept. 17, at 3 p.m. at the church. Both
for themselves what schools need. A wort of caution "Justgo public
in Miami for a family children and adults are participating so please come out and
by the principal's office first, "said the Superintendent, Recently the Marks' Clan gathered
see what can be done. You'll be surprised. Remember Sun-
"That's the rule." reunion. Mrs. Emmaline Marks is motherof
17. Rev. Johnson is pastor.
the Here from Chicago were James
Calling all Girl Scout adults and friends of Scouting to our and Tan group.n Ie Lispcomb and their children, Bethel Baptist Church of Richmond Heights will observe its

first fall meeting. Monday, September 18, 1967 at 4:00 p.m. twin daughters, Denise, Darlene and Twelfth Annual Women's Day, Sept. 24. Theme: "Christian
Please come prepared to pick up the Girl Scout calendars you Pamela Joan and Ben Huff;Ruby and James Women of Today in a New Society." Morning speaker is Mrs.
ordered in the spring. Place: First Federal Bank, Roosevelt Reddick Rudy and Calvin Marks; Mildredand Sallie Carline of New Providence Baptist Church of Liberty
Branch, 6015 NW 7th Avenue. Johnnie; Marks and Charles Marks. City. The evening services will include a musical rendered by

Get well wishes to Thelma McDonald,Inell I and Amelia choirs of various churches. You are cordially invited wor-
From New York were ,,
Hunter, Cleo Darby,Gilbert Styles and Janie daughters of Ivy and Charles Marks. Mrs. Marks ship with us all day.

Henderson.Sex t., A/2C Hilton Coffee Eason is home for a visit with his fos- The members of Second Baptist Church are in the processof
is of human. "This is fzr their Second Annual Banquet which will be held
part being Sex, ter parents, Walter and Esther Kelly before leaving for dutyin planning on
began at 1:30 p.m.Wednesday on WTHS-TV, Vietnam. Nov. 17. Won't you make this date a must on your calendar and
Channel 2. It was the first of a 13-part sex and plan to attend.
education series. Bruce C. Edwards son of Mrs. Alice Robinson Edwards of The members of Troop 857 under the direction of Mrs. MIri-

Word has just reached my desk that 6311 NW 12th Ave., Apt 5 former Miami Jackson High School am Pratt are now recruiting new members.Any girl in grades

Frances A. Blake died on Tuesday,SeptemThelma- quarter back of 1966-67 is now attending Grays Harbor Col- 10, 11 and 12 may Join.Meetings are scheduled on every Satur-
ber 12 1967. lege in Aberdeen Washington along with his pass receiver Ber-
day at 4 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Pratt.
Talmadge Fair of the Urban League is back on th Job after nard Strachan of 1243 NW 42nd Street. The Girl Scout neighborhood leaders met on Sept. 9. The

vacationing in Portland, Oregon and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Robinson are the proud parents of a members of this organization have, gotten off to a good start

Norman(Pat) Range, son of Miami City Commissioner Mrs. baby boy, their first child, Kelvin Eugene, born August 12th and are planning new and exciting event for the community.
Athalie Range,was commissioned a first lieutenant in the 324th at Providence Hospital Washington D. C. The former Lela P. Sewing classes are being continued at Richmond Heights

General Hospital Army Reserve Unit on Sunday. Geeter, she taught at Bunch Park Elementary. The family now High every Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7 til 10. If

Thelma Adderley returned to Miami after vacationing and resides at 4269 6th St.. S. W. No. 1 Washington, D. C. interested please attend the meetings.
nursing her son, Don Alfred back to health after emergency It's the lawn of the month time again, so please begin to
Adelaide Boston daughter of Coastline Chief Cook, John H.
surgery in Detroit. clean and fix up your lawns. The Judging will take place on
Major Norman Carey, his wife,Shirley,and daughters,Deb- Boston won first prize in a baby contest held at Grace Pres- Sept. 17.

ra, Terese and Faye motored to Ft.Eustis,Virginia to his new byterian Church. The baby was sponsored by her aunt, Mrs. Vie are happy to welcome Mr. Nathaniel Hudson, Airman
Muriel Colebrook.
army assignment.On 2nd Class of the United States Air' Force and R. Wesley Dal-
Sunday, September 10, Kelly's Chapel presented Sandra las 2nd Lieutenant
of the
Michael Lee Johnson and Rachel Lynn Johnson of Birmin- UnitedStates Army who have returned -
Fox in song. William R. Williams was her accompanist. Also home for a short visit. '
ham, Ala., spent two months in Coconut Grove visiting their
sharing in the performance were Ruby Lazier and Shirley I wish to remind you as your columnist if you have any
grands and great grands,parents of Mrs.Lucille Gaire Chavis
Turnquest in Fashions. and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gaire, while here they learned to swim news items for this column, call Priscilla Redding at 235-
Whayman Carey's first trip to Nassau reunited him with new 4465.
had a wonderful vacation.
found relatives. He was guest at the Towne Hotel.

Miss Olive Alexander (.JESCA's Director) received notice

of the death of her father, Mr.N.Cornelius Alexander at Ina-

gua. Mr. Alexander was 92. "IF EVERYONE WERE JUST LIKE YOU"

Ho, Hum\ !Two more accident victims;Gilbert Styles and Ann Our world would be a little brighter,

Dyes. Please be careful. Our hearts would be a little lighter, -t<
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. Bunyanandsonswere all smiles
when that certain Jet landed at Kennedy airport bringing daugh- If everyone were Just like you.We'd Join Our Reporting Staff.
feel more Joy and less of sorrow
ter, Aundrella home from "Operation Crossroads, Africa." ,
After visiting in New York,Philadelphia and Washington,D. C. We'd like today and not for tomorrow, :IY1) Let us know what your Club

the family returned to Miami. If everyone were Just like you. j or Organization is Doing.
Ruby Gibson and son, Garth travelled to Expo 67, stopping We'd know more love and less of hate,

in New York, and Philadelphia on their return trip home. With patience we would learn to wait, rT WE WELCOME NEWS...

Miami City Commissioner Athalie Range filed Tuesday for If everyone were Just like you

reelection.It To friends we'd be a little dearer, 1iV *

was good to see a number of us at the 1967 United Fund To God, we'd be a little nearer,
kick-off dinner Tuesday evening at the Doral Country Club.
:'I "lr": Joycelyn B. Knowles Is now an expert on U everyone were Just like you. ))1 Us! -You and Your

'fifll,''let f crutches after suffering a broken leg in atall. By Leona Will Caldwell LOCAL Newspaper
r Friends wish her a quick recovery.
1 Vi' ,..11 Mrs. Eugenia Adderly, Mrs. Sylvia Todd
: and daughter Camille, along with grand-
',)1 daughters, Sandra and Paulette Adderly of WHERE THE SUN NEVER SETS

Nassau were recent houseguests of Mr.

Harold Ferguson. By Alvin Turner e'tt"pi

JoyciljUTouring the Florida Keys and Key West

by Greyhound on Saturday were Grace Higgs,Gwendolyn Davis The sky is gowned with the redness of the sunset, RADIO & TV REPAIR
and Erma Bodle. Its radiating loveliness has never failed
Mae Robinson and family motored to Melbourne for a week- To entrance its beholders yet. SERVICE CALL $3.00
end with relatives and friends. Little Yssa McDonald accom-
1488 N.W. 62nd St.
panied the Robinsons. Soon comes the night with her cloak
Recent vacationers to Nassau were Enid Ferguson and Of darkness and solemn glooms,

daughter, Gayle. But even in the darkest night 696-3225
Leroy Miller of New York is home for a weekend to help The sun in my heart still blooms.

mom, (Mrs. Ida Miller) move into her new home at 1048 NW Ben Jordan, Jr., Prop.
34th Street.A .
number of students have returned to school. Others will

be leaving at a later date.Among those are Warren Welters, n
Michael Crawford, Frazier Bradley, Michael Hart, Moore- 9'drtrC r KAY I O LOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
house; J. Hartman Taylor, St. Edwards' University, Austin,

Texas; Robert Strapp, U, Barber Scotia; Cheryl Bullard and lCoqSmiUL STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER

Genethia Busbee, Tuskegee; Charmaine Thomas,Holy Rosary; WEOOIN6SIANQUE1S
Cheryl Ferguson and Marva Bain FAMU; Percy Brown, Uni-
versity of Florida Michael Knowles and Byron Johnson, CONVENTIONS MOT-COlO VET TV

Howard; Johnnie Marks, Fla. State and Lawrence Crawford, HO AND OOIUV CANAffi U

It's a date-Circle your calendars,Sunday, October 15 1967 ANOflCNICI COCKTAIl
the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation invite you and your 754.4615 fAiius IUMITS 379-7735

friends to its Annual States' Tea. PlaceMiami police Bene-. c.." .,. ,,, a
volent Hall, 17th Avenue and 44th. Street NW. Time 4 p.m.- g.11 NM N.W.JMNf 14 IT. 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9




THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday! September 15, 1947 7

Louisiana Beauty Crowned "Miss Tan America ,:

The week long activities of son, of Washington, D. C.- the Gregory, Miss Tan Stanford. whose ambitions are to be a
the third annual Miss Tan first "Miss Tan" accepted The First Runner up was Jo- successful model and singer

America Pageant were completed a Gram l1ng scholarship after An Twitty, Miss Tan Portland. The other SemiFinalistswere
with the selection of 20- winning the title in 1965. Miss witty won the talent
Libbie Terrell Miss
year-old Claudia Reynolds, of The other finalists In this semi-finals, and was the first Austin; Linda Dumas, Miss
Mimou, Louisiana, as "Miss contestant In the Pagent's his-
year's pageant those contestants Tan Chicago MarettaL"ual1is
Tan America 1967-68," Fri- who scored the highest tory to receive an encore with Miss;Tan Dallas

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING day night, September 1, at the number of points in the SemiFinals her talent presentation at the Cherrl Jo Richards, Miss Tan;

Dallas Memorial Auditorium. to earn the right to finals, a dramatic monolog Washington, D. C.; Faith
LINE-O-TYPE In Dallas, Texas. compete for the title Miss Jo Ann is a Drama major at Ellena Hood, Miss Tan De-
The new winner was crown- Portland State and her
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Northwest Second Avenue, once Tan America' were Clndi oroit; Doris Gaskin, Miss Tan
ed by Dolores Evans of Tucson ambition is to be actress.
the Tin pan Alley of the South (every big name band of color Todd, Miss Tan Boston,JoAnn Bridgeport; Regina Fleming,
had a session here) now a run-down Arizona, Miss Tan witty, Miss Tan Portland, The Second Runner Up was Miss Tan Tuson; and Patricia

weather-beaten, slum-Infested ghetto strip, \ America 1966 67. LaRose Yvonne Saxon, Miss Clndi Todd, Miss Tan Boston, Ann Fudge, Miss Tan Hart-
Miss Reynolds is a Senior
that has surrendered its glamour andpopu- Tan Columbia, and Edith a modeling school graduate ford.
Math major at Grambling College -
larity to surburban boulevards The s
in Monroe Louisiana
bright and colorful mascara and huge,blink-
a where she is a member of the
Ing incandescants, which once guided us to
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
the bulging ballrooms and merry music
Beta Kappa ChiHonorSociety
halls, have shifted their sights to the hinterlands ,
Alpha Kappa Mil Honor So-
a few of the tan bistros that have
ciety; she is on the Student Un-
grabbed remnants of the big-time musical +,JV ,
ion Board and has been elected -
invaders to Our Town's once-famed Second
to "Who's Who Among
Avenue are Club Continental, Mr James Club,Soul's Place and'I. American Colleges and Uni-
Harlem Gardens. versitites.'
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Claudia won the title ofo

Many of the big-name musicians and band leaders are a i "Miss Tan Monroe" at the
longer with us. Their talents have been stilled and contractedfor I Moroe, Louisiana pageant on
by that greatest of all Maestros. And when they met in i August 2nd, and the right to

Heaven, what a Jam session that must have been ) t 11 t During; compete In the national finals. P Ai
this era of big-name band invasion, this reporter has chron- The raven haired beauty 1 ..
icled reams and reams of paragraphs telling about their visi stands 5'6", has black eyes, '

tations, appearances and exploits. There was sweetsinging measures 36-24 1/2 36, and
pha Terrell, singing-swinging Tiny Bradshaw, nimble- weights 130 lbs She is the i

fingered Fats Waller, the masterful Jimmie Lunceford, Walter daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bennie 'r '

Barnes, Smiling Billy Steward, the inimitable Chick Webb,,, Reynolds, 1104- St., :
"Yardbird" Parker, Sammy Williams: Theodore Powers, Mimou, Louisiana.
Dinah Washington, the lark, "After Hours" composerplantsAvery t t After completing graduate
Parrish, Nat (King) Cole and many others of this ilk: studies, Claudia's goal is to
who have left entertainment scene. work in industry or with the

government in the space pro-

There are many others who are still around but they don't gram.
During the Semi-Finals
pass by our typewriter anymore .They have'long forsakenour
Dream Street. .. For Second Avenue has rolled up the red :competitions', Miss Reynolds
carpet that once welcomed those musical masters to the Rock- made an excellent showing,
finishing 1st in the swim suit
land Palace, Della-Robia Gardens, Dreamland Ballroom, Odd ) '
Fellows Hall, Elks' Rest, Masonic Hall, Harlem Square Club competition, tying for 1st In

Ballroom, Lord Calvert Club and mid-town Cotton Club,. o. the evening gown competition,
Yes, the Main Vein and its extending arteries, once spiritedby and placing 3rd In talent. She
played a flute solo In the talent
musical shot-in-the-arm, like the Arabs, have folded their
tents and have silently stolen away. competition.In .
a telephone Interview fol- b

lowing the pageant, the President 11 ,
NOTES ON A NAPKINS: I'd sure like to put a Dave Bondu of rambling College,
editorial' on those disc Jocks who spin that overlysuggestivedonut Mr. R. W. E. Jones advised

(one we surely can do without) over the airwaves -- pageant officials that Grumbling ,

"Funky, Funky Broadway' Jean Parks out of cast, now Is extending a full scho- : :p 1 :
on stilts Observation: The late Mrs. Mildred Jenkins- larship to Miss Reynolds for I
Hayes, wife of Times editorial writer Booker T. Hayes, was the remainder of her educationat k
born in August(8)( ), muried inAugust(13)"d( ) ied in August the College. __ ,L- __
((31)) Former fraternal, civic, social big-wig William Hep- Claudia is the second
burn continues to hold on tobusiness.'Tho his sight is fading, Tan America' toattend
he continues to fight like a true champion.His latest venture: Grambllng. Willie Mae John
Bill's Grocery, 2196 NW 5th Avenue. Give him a visit and toil Introducing. .

him I sent you. The Newest Man From

THE WEEK'S WASH: Sign seen at North's Travel Bureau: 7 EquitableBernard

"Help us send a GIRL to Boy's Camp" And won't the boys ,
be happy 1 111 t I Harold E. Brown ailing at home. Patrolmen .1v.
William Jackson, Oscar Morley and plainclothesman Kenneth I T' ";

Jones annexing avoirdupois .<.I'd like to see E. Lois Fore- ,.,
man, the oriole, exercise her talented tonsils In Big Time.
The gal's: voice Is too rich and appealing to waste among the

amateur ranks. Mrs.Geneva Trotman Cedars of Lebanon -

Mrs. James (Elouise) Farrington in St. Francis. .
Walter McCullough In Jackson Memorial. .Joycelyn Knowles

recovering from broken ankle, at home Shifting In 2nd
gear: Bonnie Newbold-Stirrup from director of James;Scott t
Day Care Center to Headstart teacher at Dunbar elementary. ', .
V 13v x v. .fi (
",,, '. ,, "' Shsrirsi.
SALT WATER TAFFY: Mario Gonzalez recovering from ., r,
stomach surgery after 48-day-tenure in Pan-Am hosp. His 1 i.. : .,
seizure and bedded confinement forced the Latin's retirementand k
eventual sale of his long-time ownership of Gonzalez Cuban
Market--a 11th Terrace and 3rd Avenue permanent: fixture.

Dr. Lastra, a Latin Medico, wielded the scalpel The
week's most pleasant sight: Former Carver YMCA program
director Frank Ross'now guidance counsellor at Phyllis
Wlieatley elementary .. The HoraceCleo) Browns back from : W. ThomasThe

a vacation tour of Florida .Dewey and Eric Knight's mother
down from Daytona for a week with sons and families Rev
Ferdinand Phillips Jr. District is
and Mrs. Taylor of St. Louis houseguesting with the W. L. Fry- ,
sons. Rev. Taylor seeking pastorate of Trinity BereanSeventhDay pleased to announce the appointment of Mr.
Adventist in Liberty City. The Queen "Miss Tan America 1967.68" Bernard W.. Thomas as an Equitable repre-

Claudia Reynolds takes the throne after being crowned sentative. He was graduated from Florida
THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Widower Jacob Dean has annexedhis Miss Jan America during the Miss Tan America Pageant
A&M and
University recently associated with
second. The fraternal big-wig and Agnes Seymour becameMR held Sept. 1st in Dallas, Texas,
and MRS In an Orthodox ceremony Sept.9 at 6:30 In the pee the Broward County school system. Mr.

emm. The ceremony was performed by Dean Derrick and the Thomas is equipped with a complete port-
reception held at son and daughter-in-law the George Dean's NEW COURSE OFFERED AT folio of Living Insurance contracts to solve

home. Former Miamian Joseph Howard down from Boston SUNLIGHT the financial and
houseguesting with uncle and aunt the Eugene(Afatha)Howardsof Become a Beauty bpecollsf. Takes only a short security problems your
Opa-locka Back at her hospital ward at Jackson Mem- tint to become. onto B. a Specialist In any salon family. His office is located at 100 Biscayn e

orial after an extended vacation, Alice Knowles the RN Featuring wig care, shampoos, manicures and Boulevard. Phone FR 1-5691 (business) or

Amy Olive Culmer, Jackson Memorial LPN, lost her mother pedicures.. facials and make-up. 681-0227 (residence).
and this reporter's kin, Mrs. MAggie Culmer, pioneer citizen ENROLL TODAY IN THE SHORT

of Coconut Grove. That's it brother, from your one-min- COURSE

newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket,but CALL: FR 49998Or
who wants to warn Jackson Memorial Hospital employees who Write

are quitting their employ -- but fast:Stay on the job. You will SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF.:COSMETOLOGY The EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society ol the United States
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Damn stool pigeons. When are you ever going: to learn to

stop being Uncle Toms? Every time somebody gets a decent ,
Job in this town or looks as!the or she is doing a little better APPRENTICE MECHANIC
than the next fellow or one who doesn't kiss somebody's foot,
someone has to write a letter to Mr Charlie and spread a packof
lies. These letters are usually to the effect that so and so isa n Eastern is accepting applications for an aircraft -
"dope addict," a "drunkard", a "thief, a "prostitute", a"queer" apprentice mechanic class to begin
and anything else'a sick mind can "conjer up." y
There is always that somebody who is so busy worrying about y training this Fall. If accepted, you will receive -

the other fellow making a living or doing a good Job, that he } ay r a comprehensive three-yeor-on-the job
misses out on what he might have himself.Every time you turn R and classroom training program. During train-
around, somebody who is trying to help"make It" is catching 4
hell and unnecessary trouble because of a"1 e tt er." It is .y. Ing, you will receive $2.67/hr. and progressup
sickening! When are we, as a people, going to stand up WITH to$3.69/hr. Upon completion, you will be
each other and try to push one another up to a better way of qualified as a licensed airframe and power..
life? ,From where I see it, each time someone tries to takea
step forward, there is somebody pulling against them. I hate ,. plant mechanic.To .
to feel like this, but I have to say it, and rm sure a lot of you
will agree with me, that this is the type of stool pigeon who STOP qualify for additional consideration
has to be exposed. I had the opportunity to read one letter that Delores Hayes, former winner of the "Miss Tan you
almost made me "throw up", and what really hurts is that the America" contest In Miami, stopped all traffic on a recent MUST be a high school graduate, an American -
great big "Mr. Charlie" Is laughing at us.He gets the laughwe -. visit to Crandon Park. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. citizen, age between 18 and 26, and be
get the loss of a person who is trying to be somebody(and Harcourt Sweeting, reside at 1898 NW 1st Avenue.At willing to work night, weekend and holiday
we need plenty of those kind). and the person who writes present a sophomore at Tennessee A&I, Delores majors shifts.
the letter gets the disrespect of Mr. Charlie and other folk in social administration. Photo by Glamour Studios.on .
who read them. Nobody likes a stool pigeon or gossip carrier,
and one reason is that old saying"Ube brings a bone, he will and then we have FOUR at a time. The name Beulah scares
carry one." There is so much more I could say on this sub- me. How about you? That's it for this week. Till the next one Please apply by visiting our EmploymentOffice
ject, but this is all for now. I want all of you to know what is LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT,AND TO MAKE :
going on in your areas, and that is not your enemy who will. THE WHOLE WORLD SMILE...EVERYBODY -PEACE" 4600 NW 36th '
harm you, but the one you think is your friend. The one who STREET
smiles in your face and tries to stab you in the back Your MIAMI, FLORIDA :
enemy does not "know" a thing about you other than what he Collins To Map Senate Monday thru Friday \ ,
"thinks". Your friends don't have to "think". You either told 't CII'to.:;
them, or they were with you. Nuff said, .>. and think about it. Campaign Strategy Here 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. i .

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Lt.LeroySmithCity of Miami Governor Leroy- Collins- will contacting Dade County Cam-

Police Department) be in Miami at the Dupont Plaza paign Manager John Aurell. EASTERNAN
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Mrs. M. L.Reese (wife of our Hotel, Friday, Sept. 1516to Although Governor Collins
City Manager) talk to his advisors about has been working toward election -
VIP OF THE WEEK: Captain Robert Adair (City of Miami organizing campaign for to the Senate for the past
Police Deptment) launching him into a seat in two years, this meeting will EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER:
Steven P. Clark is the new mayor of the city of Miami. the United States Senate. mark the beginning of organi- A PLANS FOR PROGRESS COMPANY
for the next two months, anyway He became mayor with the zational activities.
passing of Mayor Robert King High. Of course,this is not the Members of the advisory I I
way Steve wanted the Job. He wanted the people of Miami to team are: Dade County Cam- _.__...
elect him. I don't know how many of you know Steve or know of paign Manager,. John Aurell;
him, but I will begin by telling you a little about him each week. Dade County Campaign Treasurer -
First, I must say that he is more of a buddy to mo and May- John Ring; Senator R. r 1 I
me, and that will tell you how we feel about him. Steve is a 'Bunn' Gautier; Bill Singer;
Miami "boy", who did not como from a rich family, He wentto Frank Buchanan; George
school and worked in all kinds of Jobs here until he was old Cooper; Irving Cypen; Jane
enough to make it on his own. He is a good family man with a Roberts; Audrey Finkelstein;
fine wife and a "slew" of kids. Steve is not "uppity or stuck Father Theodore Gibson; Fred
up", and to him people are people. I must tell you that he is Arthur; Bill Frates and Bill
"color blind." When he talks to you, he does not see color, Klllian.
but a human being. Anyone interested in assist-
Last week when Mrs, Booker T. Hayes was funeralized at ing with the promotional plan-- .y
St. John's Baptist Church, Steve came to pay his respects ning, or who wishes to meet
not as the mayor of Miami or a politician, but as a friend of the governor, can do so by0ib'F
Booker T. and Ernest Hayes. That my dear readers is Steve
Clark, and he is one "hell-of-a-guy. U we miss getting Steveas
our mayor in the coming election and Athalie Range does -
not remain in the commission seat, we will be retrogressingrather
than progressing. From where I sit, (with a pardon to 4
Bill McBride), we have a good commission.The selection that
Dave Kennedy made was a good one. I have never met Mr. f.,{ (
Ferre personally, but I know of the things .It has done in upgrading -, 7 ':r i
the Negroes who work for him at Maule Industries. As
for Irvin Christie, he was mainly responsible for having the 4it QUALITY
junk cars removed from our streets, and he now has a war on
rats in Miami. He is a good man There is nothing to say aobut
Mrs. Range. Damn near every white and Negro in Dade County ,- 'ro i4 SEAFOOD CENTIL9
loves this little package of dynamite. She will be elected be- "
cause she has proven herself to the people.She has worked for
the people all people of Dade County. We need these folksin ,, ,< .II
our city government no ifs, ands or buts. These are 't 5759 NW 27th Avi9J .
"five aces" and you can't beat that even with a "stacked "/ .

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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Nassau! That's where I am : :: ,,-
as you are reading this. Of course, you know you can always i : ? I ? \ mmm *Wi ma
find me: at Marietta's Guest House. Next week, I'll tell you .
about L. 0. Pindling and what is going on in Nassau. The new : ')., r ,
Premier is making great strides, and we are proud of them .,t',
. Par & Birdie Club is having their semi-annual tourney
Sunday at Lejeune Golf Course with a gag play system. It It's a great pleasure to serve you.
should be a lot of fun, and I am cutting my stay in Nassau .
short, just to be there The age limit has been raised for ,
policemen. You must be 6 months past your 20th birthday, ..l' .. Come to see me.
but now you can be 35 years old and still be eligible. The pre- I ,- --
vious limit was 29 years of age. applications are accepted II.I.. :
starts at $500 a month .. I
every Monday morning. Salary ;
you must be a high school graduate, 5'8" to 6'3" and weigh (' -. j You will get Quality Merchandise
135 to 202 pounds... Come on now you fellows, who have been ,
saying "I am too old," you can make it if you try Lt. Kazah Court Not 117 Daughters
Leroy Smith was telling us about the Boy Scout World Jam of Isis, present the House
of Balfour (Fashionetta and and Service With a Smile.
boree held in Idaho last month. We are going to tell you aboutit Always
Musical'showing the Stylish
because when he told us,we had"goose pimples' thinkingof
the wonderful relationships and experiences these boys get Stout), at 4150 NW 7th Avenue,
in situations of this kind. All of you who have boys will b e Sept. 17, from 4 to 6 p.m.Do- Leon
Inspired to push your children into scouting when you hear nation is $ 1.00. .* .. ..
the story Jeff Addams appearing nightly.at the Thunder- Styles and designs by Mrs.
bird Motel on the Beach. II you haven't heard this young man Balfour. Don't miss this af

sing you've missed a treat No hurricanes from June fair.

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THE Ml' AMI TIMES, Friday September IS, 19(7 11

I Eastern Airlines Shows The Way In Youth Employment MotivationFor

56 Negro boys and girls, them to continue their educa- Community Relations Board. "One major challenge was .
Operation Summertime meanta tion.After to motivate the group to main- ; ---w
job in the airline industry. a very successful Mr. Richard C. Coleman, tain acceptable attendanceand
It began July 10 when Eas- start by these 16 youngsters, employment manager for performance standards during
tern Airlines hired 16 young Eastern added 40 more who Eastern, said the majority of their period of summer employment
sters to give them in insight were recruited for Eastern by these youngsters had not com and to further motivate
into the Job opportunities in the-Urban League, EOPI and pleted high school and had held them to return to school
the industry and encourage representatives from the few, if any, meaningful Jobs and prepare themselves aca-

.. ,,-_. ., demically for possible permanent -
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""1'+,"") .M date," Mr. Coleman said.
". '"''', Y
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indoctrination program which
not only acquainted the individual -
with Eastern, its functions
a i rv P and the various Job op-

portunities available, but
more important was Intendedto 44a.
a instill in them a desire to

perform to the best of their .,,wetraveling
abilities in whatever assign- ,
ment they were given.
"The fact that 80 per cent
of the entire group were
recommended for permanent
employment consideration upon
completion of their acade-
mic requirements is Indica-
tive of the personal effort the
individual youngster put into
his Job," said Mr. Coleman.

These young people suc-
cessfully completed some difficult -
A r
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( assigned to data processing,
Boarding "back to school" flight nine of Eastern others to clerical work; in customer -
a are Airlines' Operation ----------------
Summertime employees.' The boys and girls wrapped up their ,fobs with a demonstration services, financial first class ore Edward Clemaqul (center)
I of the product they'd helped for Eastern's in wide planning, engineering, personnel -
prepare passengers a array of cargo services and and Robert Hawkins, two of Eastern Airlines' Operation
fobs. others. Some were assigned to Summertime employees. Miss Candy Williams (left) was
--- cleaning duties in engine over- one of three flight attendants serving the youngsters ona

'" ..:,: 's, :" .''J "'..' haul and aircraft overhaul and, special Eastern flight to honor them for their sum-
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activity but requires pre- Enjoying/ beverage service:and snacks on Eastern
cise skills using chemical Airlines' special/ flight for its Operation Summertime
; baths and complex equipment.The employees are, Jerry Jones (left) and Mary Harrison
Lt greater majority of the (center). The flight attendant is Margaret Lazurus.
youngsters made every effortto
learn not only their Job,but Eighteen of the group are During the final week of the
how their particular function returning to college.Approximately program, the boys and girls in
related to the total airline 60 per cent of the remaining the program and their super-
: operation. who had not completed visors were taken on a special
4yF a Only four of the original 56 high school have indicated that Eastern Electra Turboprop
tailed to complete their termof they are returning this year flight from Miami over the Ba-
,t9 employment. Mr. Coleman said. hamas and back.

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967 r

John Diaz Find Less Racial '. ;, i ,

Our Bays in the

Discrimination In Miami "I' .
Armed Forces I

Than In PhiladelphiaWhile
relaxing in a luxurious "In Philadelphia said, tt A f
efficiency apartment in "when I applied for tenancy in

Miami Beach, John A. Diaz, a center city apartment, I had 1! f f r
former Miami I editor, on a to give for references a fed- t
two-month visit here, com- eral Judge, a multimillionaire 1r
mented that he has seen far and a most prominent i
less racial discrimination in physician, and it took two
the Miami area than he had weeks for the landlord to fin-
seen in Philadelphia, where ish the refei'ences before I was
he has been living for the past accepted as a tenant."

eight years.
In Philadelphia as a
His residence in a Miami
manent guest residing at the
Beach hotel, as a permanent r
Sheraton Motor Inn for two { + 3 +
guest was impossible when
Diaz left here 14 years ago. years, two of the old white OldI.J ,
"I am treated in this hotel bellboys never spoke to me,in L21L ; pJ. Ii
with.the quintessence of hospitality their resentment of a Negro i _:
in the hotel Diaz told P2
living #
respect, and solici- the Miami Times. Airman ChristopherGrims-; Sgt. Otis Brown, son of Mr. ka
tude," said Mr. Diaz. "That's the city of brotherlylove ley, son of Mr.and Mis.James and Mrs. Nathaniel Brown
the cradle of United Grimsley of 1201 NW 84th 2295 NW 46th Street, has re-

States Independence," Diaz Terr., is home from Amarillo turned home from the army a.{, ..
after three years. He was sta- I -1 '? \lilt. lIiW-.P.J r V'r r
said in disgust.Mr. Texas on a 15-day leave
.W said that be visiting relatives and friends. tioned in Germany for 19
Diaz was The Bef/iurwCoofcmon College Choir, In ore-school
months. Sgt. Brown is a grad-
seeking salubriousclimate.in rehearsal since 30th for its first
Patricia Roberts Harris August preparing
uate Miami Northwestern
which to retire. He said he
September 15th at the Daytona Plaza Hotel in
the first Negro woman so ap- Senior High School, class of concert
on'Miami and his
has his eye Beach Florida. The will be a 40-voiced
pointed, is the Ambassador to 1963. Daytona group
native Trinidad, West Indies. Luxembourg. organization with about 25 new- members, according to
He will decide, he said, by the Thomas D. Demps, Director.

middle of October.Mr. said the. farthest Htndritk J. Bern Files For
Diaz Shown above are new members discussing material
things from his mind are: politics with Soprano Section Leader Joyce Williams,St. Peters '

civil rights battles,and City Commission Race burg. From left to right: (Standing) Joyce, Barbara
marriage. He said he is en-
Smith, Jacksonville; Fredrica Thompson, St. Augustine.
Joying rest.tranquility, relaxationand Hendrik J. Berns, editor six with The Miami News. Seated:Annie L.Appling,Hastings;and Cynthia Williams

and publisher of The Indepen- During the war, he was aU.S. of St. Augustine.
dent and a former WMBM Foreign Service officer, attached -
broadcaster, qualified this to the State Depart- .
Call week for the Miami t/CityCom- ment and the Armed Forces ***-:

mission seat vacated by Mayor overseas. SEWING MACHINE
Steve Clark. It is Berns' first Berns said he is going into
CHARLESROGERS venture into politics. politics as "The People's "REPAIR SPECIAL"In

Berns is well known in this Candidate" and in the "High Your home : e
area as a newspaperman who Spirit.
I served the community: for 20 He stands for beautification -
I years. He has been active also of downtown Miami; a 50
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FOR A GOOD BUY ON A recently as host to WMBM's gram; an augmented better
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PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT cus", a news commentary also eradication of slums; and,
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INSTRUMENTS. Prior to establishing 'The First.' His newspaper and CALL COLLECT 634-6242
Independent some three years radio career was highlightedby
ago, Berns served ten years a trail-blazing battle for
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Jacksonville/ Minister is New PresidentOf

Baptist Convention Of AmericaIndianapolis

Indiana:Dr C. sident by the body on the Tuba, Okla., retained his was the host church.Rev.C. V.
D. Pettaway, president of the recommendation of the retir- position of recording secretary Jetter is pastor of Shiloh.
3 1/2 million member National ing Dr. Pettaway.Dr.Sams divided
Dr. John Francis, New The convention was
Baptist Convention Americafor had served as first vice pre- Orleans, La., was reelected into seven sections with each
the past ten years,resigned sident throughout the presi- treasurer. The 58-year-old section holding formal meet
his post during the 87th an- dential tenture of Dr. PettawayDr. Dr. Sams has been a ministerin ings at a different church with 4k
nual session of the organization B. 0. Byrd, Los Angeles, the Baptist church 35 years, in the city. Concurrent meetings *
held in the Fairgrounds was installed as first vice pre- serving as pastor of the num- were heldattheColiseum : "
Coliseum here September 5 sident ber of churches over the past Local' church sites were Mt. J.
through 10. Convention delegates 32 years. Born Cochran, paran Baptist Church, New :
The unexpected announce- rejected the choice of Dr.Pet- Ga., he has lived most of his Bethel I Baptist Church, New ( ,
ment retirement stunned the taway when they elected Rev. life at Jacksonville. He holds Liberty Baptist Church, First '
more than 5,000 delegates who M. L. Price, Houston,Tex,to degrees from Florida Mem- Baptist Church, First Baptist rd.
had been moved by Dr. Pett- the position of second vice pre- orial College, and Florida Church of North Indianapolis,
away as he delivered his an- sident. The Houston minister, A&M University. Dr,Sams also and Beulah Baptist Churph.
nual President's Address. supported by the strong Texas attended Garrett Theological Mrs. Hattie L. E. Williams,
When calm was restored Dr. delegation defeated Rev. Seminary.The Alexandria, La., retained her
Pettaway was elected Presi- Robert L. Wilson, Dallas,who National Baptist Con- position a s president of the
dent Emerltusandvotedasub- had been close to Dr.Pettawayand vention of America opened Junior Women's Convention
stantial annual salary for the the ruling council of the September 5 with more than All other officers were re-
duration of his retirement.Dr. Baptist organization in the ca- 5,000 delegates from throughout elected. They are: Mrs. Mary .
J. C. Sams, pastor of pacity of corresponding sec- the nation ''register Ing. Etta Woolridge, Greenville,S.
Second Baptist Church at retary, a position he retained. Shiloh Baptist Church,locatedat C., PresidentoftheNurses r
Jacksonville, was elected pre- Dr. D. C. Cooksey, Jr., We stand Walnut Streets, Corps Auxiliary,
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xf bers participating and com- The event is a prelude to
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967
Demetrous Nicole Clark, RAHMINGSMrs.
the young son of Mrs. Minnie Margaret Culmera sad but loving memory of

Spates, of 910 NW 6th Av., #9 pioneer resident of the Grove w
I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I ICARD died Saturday, Sept. 9 in Jack area since 1905, but more recently 1

son Memorial Hospital. of 583 NW 22nd St., Mi-I|

Besides, his parents, he is ami died September 8 in Jack

survived by a brother, R. S. son Memorial Hospital after a

OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE West; three sisters, Shirley, long illness, She is survivedby

Gloria and Geraldine West;his her daughter Mrs. Amy
of the late
family Mrs. Catherine Malone of
the family of the late grandparents Mr. and Mrs. CuI mar-Hanna, with whom she
2286 NW 61st St. died Tuesday
LAWRENCE 'E. THOMPSONwho September 5loJacksonMemorial John Spates. Funeral arrange- lived; one son, R. H. of the It.'

departed this life August Hospital. She is survivedby ments are incomplete. Bahamas; one brother ,

19, 1967, take this method of 0:>bourn of N. Y.;two nephews
Pearl Simmons
expressing our sincere gra- daughter, ; Eugene Williams, Jr. of 865 Harcourt Clark and Albert

titude and appreciation to the a grand daughterAndreaDozier NW 84th Terr., died Sunday, Johnson; one niece, Mrs.

many friends for cards, telegrams ; a greatgranddaughter Sept. 10 in Jackson Memorial Eunice Graham of N. Y. Fun- ., 4
floral tributes, and Karen phelts; a great Hospital. He is survived by his eral services will be held Sa-

other kind and thoughtful deeds grand-son, David Dozier; two widow, Mrs. Virginia Wil- turday, September 16atlO:00
sisters Mattie Harris
which us and liams a son-EugeneWlll1ams Episcopal
gave courage Minnie Bell brother and sis- ; a.m. at St. Agnes
strength in our hours of be- ter-in-law ;Mr. and Mrs. Ed- in; t b r e step-daughters, Church. The body will reposein BERNARD GERALD PRATT

reavement.We Johnnie Ruth, Marian and the Chapel from noon Fri-
ward Baker. Funeral services
wish to extend special Patricia; a step-son, Larry. bay until funeral tima Saturday who departed this life September -
were Tuesday Sept.
thanks to the Range Funeral Funeral arrangements are in- 2 1963.
MARIE CUNNINGHAMwho 12 in the Bethel AME Church. ,
Home, Father Theodore Gibson departed this life August, complete. We all love you but God loves

Christ Episcopal Church, 22, 1967, wish to thank every Daphne Evette White of 7255 Arnold Austin Sullivan of Grave side services for the you best.

Class of 1965 Carver High one who helped us through our NW 21 Ct., died Tuesday,Sept. 1438 NW 67th St., died Friday, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.Sherm.D .

School, Holmes and F. S. hour of bereavement.She 5. She Is survived by her par- September 8. He is survivedby Newsom of 2155 NW Gerald Pratt, father

Tucker elementary schools, bade no one her last fare- ents Sandra and Leon White; a sister andbrother-in-law 5th Ave., will be held Saturday Enith Pratt, mother
and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity well. Sept. 16, at 1000; a.m. Burial Claudia White sister
one brother; one sister ; Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Greer; a ,
She said goodbye to none. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Beulah Williams; will be in Evergreen Cemetery Triandos Pratt, brother

Again, our sincere thanks The heavenly gates were open.A J. B. Exum; and Mr. and Mrs.Elijah three brothers, Buford, Fred Locan P. Pratt, sister
and God bless each of
may you. loving voice said come. White; four uncles; and Theodore Sullivan. Funeral and family Ors...,

What would we give to see her three aunts. Funeral services services were conducted ; 1.. : i.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. ,>It
smile. were conducted Monday, Sept. Tuesday, Sept. 12, in the
Thompson, Sr. To sit and talk for just awhile ATFREDERICKS "
And 11, in the Chapel. Chapel. FREE X-RAYS .
Family Though she Is absent she Is always -
James Harry Scott of 2230 FRANCIS "
near. Williams of 5046 NW
Joseph 50th St. No. C died Fri-
NW ,
CARD OF THANKSThe Stilled loved, still missed still 32nd Ave., died Tuesday,Sept day, Sept. 8. He Is survived by Mrs Annie Simmons of 720 Free Chest X-Rays will be
very dear. 5 He is survived by five sis- the Christmas
available on
three daughters Rita Norma,
NW 64th Street, died September -
family of the late ters, Mesdamest Jessie and Barbara; three sons, 9 at Christian Hospital. Seal Mobile Chest X-Ray Unit
Alice Hill mother ,
MR. WILLIE JAMES Mrs. Y. Smith, Alice Gibson, Emma James, Marvin and McWesley; Funeral services were held of the Dade-Monroe Tubercu-
0. B. Cunningham and Berton Lillie Fuller and Ruth
GLASTER losis and Respiratory
Charles a sister, Ruby Williams; a Thursday, September 14th, at
who departed this life July 7, Cunningham, Vickers; threebrothers, brother, Norman. Funeral 3:00 p.m. at Ebenezer Metho- Association, for all Dade

1967, wish to express our brothers Samuel Willis and Lewis. Fun- services will be conducted Saturday bist Church.Survivors Include County residents 18 years of
deepest appreciation for the Ogler Cunningham, father. eral services were conducted and over at the following -
Sept. 16, in the Chapel. 1 son, Julius Simmons' Jr;two age ,
heartwarming sympathy Monday, Sept 11 In the Chapel. locations:
sisters, Mrs. Sarah Andersonand
shown during the hoar of our Mrs.: Ruth Dowell. Thursday, Sept. 14 -. Fred-
bereavement. Special thanks CARD OF THANKS Walter Taylor of 544 NW 5th erich's Discount Center, NW

for cards and flowers and Ave., died Thursday, Sept. 7. ALBERTMr. 62nd St. & 7th Are., Hours:

other kind deeds. Thelma Johnson McDonald He Is survived by a son, Cleo William Alfonso Cooper Miss Frances A. Blake of 239 Thurs. and Fri. Only: 1-4 and

Special thanks to Elder Tay- wish to convey her sincere five daughters, Mesdames; 2950 NW 58th St.,died Sept. NW 16th St., Apt. 6, diedSept. 5-8 p.m.
lor and members of the Marie Davis, Ossie Mae 12 at her home. Sept. 15 The sameas
gratitude to Fr. John, Fitz- 5. Services were conducted on Funeral ser Friday,
Triumph Church Kingdom of patrick, all relatives and William, Emma and Mattie B. Saturday from the Day Spring vices will be held Saturday, Thursday.

the Church of God. Thanks to friends who offered their Taylor, and Jettie M. Brown; Baptist Church. Sept. 16, 2OOpmatMt.Zion;

Elder Thompson and the Houseof prayers and words of consolation two sisters, Annie Lee Moore Baptist Church. Remains will
Albert and his entire staff. and Ola Williams;brothers in the
to her, flowers, cards, repose Chapel beginning
letters, gifts, visits, and telephone Tom, Horace, Jodie, Freddie, 1:00 p,m. Friday until Funeral Honorable William H..'

Evangelist S. M. Glaster, calls, during her recent and Charlie. Funeral services time Saturday afternoon. Sur- Has tie was appointed to the .

wife were conducted Wednesday, vivors include 1 sister United States Circuit
surgery at Cedars of Lebanon 131x1 Mrs, Court.of
And entire family Hospital. She would like to ask September the thapel. Awitda Hogan; three brothers; Appeals by former President >

God's blessing upon all, and Cleo, Walter and Charlie Harry S. Truman in 1949
Mrs. Clifford Adams of 2821
please continue to pray for her
I IN MEMORIAMIn during her convalescence NW 49th St., died Thursday, .........
Sept. 7. She Is survived by a :I'
home. God bless
loving memory of my you. niece, Annie L. Gooding; two

dearly departed husband nephews, Roy Minter and PARK t
JAMES A. SMITH Eddie Gooding. Her remains LINCOLN
who departed this life Sept. will be shipped Friday, Sept.

12, 1964. 15 to Thomasvllle, Ga.,where 3001 NW 46th STREET NE ...tq1 a&
I have spent many hours remembering We, the family of the late final rites will be conducted. .'
that sad day, and s
wish to express our sincere E. JOHNSON. MANAGER, OX-1 '9199 4 '
the days that followed which Henry Hall of 750 A. N.W. 'i.'
have left a gap that cannot be thanks and appreciation for the 68th St., died recently in Jack

filled in my life. numerous methods of expres- son Memorial Hospital. He is
Mrs. Esther Felton of 1716
sions extended to
us during our
He is gone,but not forgotten. survived by three daughters-
recent bereavement. NW 154th Street, Opa-locka,
Mesdames Juanita Thomas
and families ; died Saturday, September 10,
Mrs. Annie Mae Smith, wife Thompson Mincy Florene Harris and Daisy
at the Magnolia Hospital. Fun- 691-7661
Hall five sons Jimmie Dock
; eral services were held
Willie Charlie and Neil two
Wednesday Sept. 13th in
sisters five brothers 59
Louvenia Pondies of ; ; the chapel. Her survivors include I
grandchildren;, 45 greatl :;
loving memory of our 1829 NW 68th St., died Satur- grandchildren. His remains her husband, Milton,five s k3 r

dear mother day, Sept.9,In Para Villa Convalescence will be shipped Friday, Sept. children, Theodis, Milton,Jr.;
MRS. VIVIAN LEVERITY Home. She is sur- Melvin, Dianne, and Morris;
15, to Ocilla, Ga., where final
HIGGS vived by one son, Neyland rites will be conducted. one grandchild, a mother and
who departed this life Sept. Marsall of New York City; two father Mr. and Mrs Doc Mc-

15, 1965. I brothers, Nathaniel and Wil- Mrs., Hattie( Mae Morris of Milllan; a brother, Thomas
We have gar and one nephew Gerratt McCloud, mother-in-law, De-
spent many hours ,
746 NW 77th Ter., died Friday ...
that Deveaux. Funeral service will Felton,anti daughterinlaw -
remembering sad day, and
Sept. 8. She Is survived by her ,)
the days that followed which be conducted Saturday, Sept. husband Willard two daughters Ella Felton. "" / p'--

have left a gap that cannot be 16th at 3:30 p.m. in St. Matthews Mesdames; Alice Mar- / ).f" :.r....

filled in our lives.She is gone, Baptist Church, with ; Freeman Russell, 1960 NW
shall and Velma Lester tJ..1
a son
..but not forgotten. Rev. N. F. Clark officiating. ; 166th St., Opa-locka, died
Thomas sisterinlaw
Burial will be in Lincoln Mem- Bridges; a Sept. 8. Funeral services: are

Daughters: orial Cemetery. Mrs Curley Bailey. Her Saturday, 3 p.m.St. Luke Bap- lA.

Catherine Bain, Jane Jones, ,remains will be shipped, tist Church. Among his sur- .
Barbara Davis Johnnie Mae Thursday September 14th to
Infant Boy White of 1201 NW vivors are wife, Daisy; three
Goldie Mullins and Cuthbert Ga. where final TMg
Leverity, ,
44th St. died sons Edward Artis and
Juanita Williams. Thursday, Sept. rites will be conducted.Mrs. ,
7th in Jackson Memorial Hos George; three daughters,

pital. Funeral services are incomplete Mesdames, Selona, Mable 1
Sons: at this date. Annie Lee Jenkins, of Derro, Denoda Kimber, one
John and David Leverity.IN 1061 NW 51st St., died Satur- brother, Boykin; grands and

day, September 9 in the Chris great grands, nieces and nep-

MEMORIAM Mrs. Evalena Hale, 1837 tian Memorial Hospital.She is hews. Ate4ccili 1iftut 1aftuat SWliu

NW 66th St., died Sept. 7. Ar- survived by four daughters,

t' In memory of our dear mo- rangements are .incomplete Mesdames: Hattie M. Becton, Miss Ruby H. Pinkney, 157

ther and grandmother, A 1111 en Sparrow' Juanita NW' 16tb St. died Sept. 9. She Coed ..leuIN

CORA A. EDGECOMBEwho Nacole Copeland, 1445.NW. Thompson and Bessie Mae is'\ survived by her parents,

departed this life on,Mon- 40th St., young daughter of Allen three sons, Ezarol, Mr and Mrs. Sylvester Pink- YOUR
day, August 14, 1962; Mr. and Mrs. Mearon Copeland 'G old e T and Roosevelt Williams ney, one sister Miss Barbara BEREAVEMENT CALL

May she rest In peace and died Sept. 11 In the Jack- ; four brothers;four sis- Pinkney of JacksonvUleFla., "Where service begins and never ends"

forever abide safely In the son Memorial Hospital. Fun- ters, ten grandchildren; ele- two brothers, Johnnie of Mia-

arms of Jesus. eral services Thursday.Time ven greatgrandchildren.Funeral mi and lsaiabJobnsonofJack- Three locations to serve you:

1 Mrs. Roena Livingston, will be announced on your local services will be con- sonville; five aunts and three

daughter news. Surviving are par- ducted Saturday, Sept. 16 at uncles, nieces and nephews. Miani Opo-locko

Mrs. Edna E. Johnson, ents, three sisters, one bro- 3:30 p.m. In Mount Carmel Arrangements are incom Ptrrint

granddaughter ther and a grandfather. Church. plete.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967 15

23,000 Delegates At National


Baptist ConventionAn

estimated throng of 23-, a beautifully furnished adjunctof A sad note struck the con II till
000 from every section of the the auditorium. vention Thursday afternoon

Unitefl States and the Bahamas when C. Harris, manager of
converged on Den v e r,Colorado The pre-convention pro- the Bath House at Hot Springs,
last week to attend the gram Tuesday evening was a 'i'. ; "
dead the '
on platform. Red' Hot W..k..d 'Food Seib rq i
87th annual session of the National thing of beauty. A chorus of Mr. Harris had Just stood and i ;; .' ..1 i,,lyv,r F ,' ," r ,,), '. o t'.
N r
Baptist Convention, more than 500 voices thrilled stated ,' .,r .I'h+t I ti tisy
: to mike his report .i : -: :
USA, Dr. J. H. Jackson, the large audience with classics \:" '.. '\' FRI.SAT.SUN' .ONLY"" ".W
president fo '
when :
he "
collapsed. He was J..... ,.' ,. 1, '. /-., ;1
semi-classics and spiri taken to a hospital where he !",._ {8. n. .. ,),' ;_ _" "''''Ii'fl......, ',11/.), \;, .,;
The sessions were held at was pronounced dead.

the City Auditorium which has All of the boards of the con- 1st CUT
a seating capacity of 20,000. vention made reports which The convention meets in Atlanta -

The Women's Convention, reflect that they are financially Ga., in 1968.A PORK CHOPS LB. 35<
auxiliary to the National and sound.
led by Dr. Marty Ross, met in large number of messengers
The president's annual address from Miami and Dade
BAIN on Thursday was the County were in attendance at :TENDER CHIC rye.

highlight of the convention. the National They went by
Willie Ma.e 0l1el1of823
Mrs. Touching on most of the national plane, bus and train. Among
Whitehead St., Key West, died
and international issues them were the Revs. W, K.
5, at Saint Francis Hospital

affecting the world, he advised Smith, W. M. Macon,Thedford
She is survived by one
his hearers "protest and Johnson, p. W. Williams,
Mrs. Elstol1 ofEastoboga >
daughter, Mary
produce.' The speech was filled H. W. Moss, W. F.Tanner Sr.,
Ala Remains will
with common sense and I. C. Micklns, 0. W. Foster,
be shipped Fridayata.m.: was widely quoted by the press L. A. Thompson, Dr. J, A. F. OX TAIL LB. 21C
to Alabama, and will
reposein and other local news media. Finlayson, Rev. L. R. Ross,
the chapel from
Thursday P. J. J Jenkins
Burney, E. ,
after 4 p.m. until 10:00p.m.Thursday Another feature of the con A. C. McQueen, A. L. Shipp.Dr. .

night. vention was the address of
Vice-president Hubert Hum I. G. Pratt, Miss Marie )
Jacie McExmld of 304 SW
phrey Friday evening. He White Mrs. Scott -NN Rif
6th Ave., Homestead, died on R. Mrs. p. .e
brought greetings from President W. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
Sept. 7, at Jackson Memorial
L. B. Johnson, then told Herbert Smith, Mrs. Julia
Hospital. He is survived by his
the mammoth: gathering of the Drake, and Deacon J, White.
wife, Stella, one son, James; changes that have taken placeall MEATY
two sisters. Funeral services
over the country in recent
will be held Saturday, at 4:30 Have The Miami Tints
injace relations.He ad-
from the chapel, with Rev. E. vised the young people to pre- delivered to your house by (

J. Curry, officiating Remains pare themselves, "for the moll every week for only
will in the Friday
repose chapel
doors of opportunity are wide .
3 p.m. until funeral time open.' $5.00 per year r SMD ED ?}j 1'LA +. '

SaturdayMrs. I

Clara Johnson of 3255 Charles Reid Henry, of 799 VISITQUEENIE'S
Douglas Rd., Apt.9 Coconut NW 44th St., died Sept 6.fun-
Grove died, Sept 11,at Treasure eral services were held Sept.

Isle Nursing Home. She is 13 In the chapel, followed by THRIFT SHOP GALLON JUG CUM? i iv.FOREMOST.
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I Fr Theo. R. Gibson, rector
A, D. Hall, pastorE. Rev. T, C. Kelley, Jr., pastor Antoinette Silva, reporterThe
Ingram, reporter
Mary Amos, reporter Right Rev. Richard,

Now, that summer days are Bishop of Costa Rica, was the
Elder Arthur Ford of Hal-
over, the pastor has returned 'IJ guest preacher at the morn-
landale and his
from vacation, from which he ing service. His inspirationaland
be here in an after-ser
earned some much needed spiritual message was an
rest. In the last official board vice program Sept. 17. Thisis uplift to all present. Bishop I ST. MARY

CHRIST plans were injectedfor sponsored by the chairmanfor Richard is on vacation in Miami -
CHURCHTO meeting, Women's Day She is ask- Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
the fall season. The first Mrs. A. E. Bethel, reporterAs
HONOR ing for the full support of the
project, our Annual Woman's All parishers who are mem-

SENIOR WARDEN Day, which was launched Sept. entire The church J. B. Epperson body. Board I bers, of the Dade County school always at St. Mary's,the
3rd. Mrs. A. V. Taylor chair- system were guest of the rec-
Christ Episcopal Church will hold its third Sunday in each month is
regular meeting \
man Mesdames Mamie! Lam- tor on Sunday. The topic for "
; "Tithes Sunday. All mem-
will observe its 65thAnniver- Sunday, Sept. 17 at 4 p.m. at ,
bert and Ruthie Mae Scott co- discussion was "The Crisisin
bers are asked to please remember -
sary on Sunday, Oct. 1, and LEENETTE PENNINGTONThe
chairmen. With these ladies at Education Now Facing the
honor Mr. William Samael You are invited to attend a \ their obligations for
the head of the realm we are County of Dade and the Stateof
Sturrup, senior warden, witha women of Zion Hope dinner sale and party, Saturday this day. The No. 2 choir and
Testimonial Dinner at the off to a dynamic start. Invite the public to come and Sept. 23, at the home of ( Florida. No. 1 ushers' board will serve
Miss Dona Jean Francis is On the first Sunday Oct. 1
Everglades Hotel at o'clock.. Join In the celebration of their 1 Miss Mildred Gay, 1841 NW in the morning and the No. 1
chairman of the publicity com- we shall observe our 65th anniversary -
Ninth Annual Women's Day ob- !51st St. This is to benefit Women's choir and No. 2 ushers' board
"" "" .., ......-". mittee, Mrs. Lenora Lewis, will at
'ti" servance, Sunday, Sept. 24. Day serve night.Congratulations.
; chairman of the decoration At 8 a.m., Choral Eucharist
to all the
Mrs. Leenette M. Pennington Our revival meeting will be-
: committee and the souvenir ,sermon and communion and at
will be the guest speaker for gin( 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. members of the SundaySchoolupon
book Mrs. Eliza- (630p.m., Testimonial Dinner
r"'k"- program the morning and Mrs. Essie 1 18. The Rev. F. E. Sneed will their promotion on Sun-
beth Mike chairman. More honoring William Sturrup retiring -
: ,
Bell Johnson will be our guest deliver the message. Let's day, Sept.
1 ,. f than 200 women have been appointed j senior warden, at the
It is farewell to all col-
speaker for the evening. pray for a good revival. Each our
j Hotel.
as captains. Each Everglades
year students. have
and everyone of you are invited lege May you a
\ the women of the church look Plan now to bring your successful And to
year. our
to come out and hear him.
forward to this project. They j friends to this affair. Please
12 TRIBES OF ISRAELAT There will be a Bible Cake new or first year college stu-
Jt strive to mike each year purchase your ticket now for
I MT. HERMON demonstration the second Sunday may you find happinessupon
j the
better than the past year.With dinner.
the threshhold of
in October sponsored new life.
this in mind, they are pledging The North Miami District; the Willing Workers, Board. Get well wishes to Mr. The public is Invited to attend ->
their loyal support. The captain is James Cambridge and Mrs.
, Missionary Society spon- The demonstrator will be the raffle given by the
reporting the highest soring a drama, entitled,"The Mother Rose Lee Wyatt. Thisis Annie Williams.BROWNSVILLE. committee of Woman's Day.
amount above $100.00 will be 12 Tribes of Israel" at the
to benefit Women's Day. For an enjoyable evening,
given a round trip fare to NasSau Mt. Hermon AME
Church, plan now to attend this affair. I BAPTISTRev. please come out.There will be
Bahamas. Q:>a-locka, Rev. S. L. Gay, Remember our sick and fish, conch fritters and cold
WILLIAM STL flRUP All day Saturday, a dinner 21 at 8
pastor, Sept. p.m. shut-ins and drinks on sale. Donation is
say a special J. E. Wright, pastor
sale will be held in the social
Please don't miss this
Mr. Sturrup will be retiringas great prayer for their recovery. hall of the church for the bene-,
affair. Each church on the dis-
senior warden at the end of The speaker for our Womu's
fit of Woman's Day. The pub- trict will represent one of the
the year after serving 47 yearsin day will be Miss Alstene
lic is invited to come and
Christ Church, 22 of these ST. AGNES Hazel Lynch, a teacher in the
chase a dinner. The North Miami District of
years were served under the Dade County public school
present rector, Theodore R. On last Sunday morning,the the AME Church is the foremost Father Lambert Sands, rector system. Our guest soloist for
pastor and congregation was District of the south Fla. publicity Committee,
Gibson. Besides being a dedicated the morning will be Mrs.Val-
pleasantly surprised with the Conference under the leader- reportingOn
man of God, Mr.Stur- dez Murray. Everyone is invited -
presence of Bishop W. F.Ball ship of Dr. James A.Roberts
to this
rup also found time for civic, enjoy day with us.
of the 11th Episcopal Districtof elder. 17th the, Parish
presiding Sept. ,
communitY' and fraternal.affairs Sunday, Sept. 24 at 11 a.m.
the AME Church.He brought Mrs. Inell Gay, president of 'Chapter, Mrs. Euturpie New- All members are asked to

Persons desiring tickets or greetings from his conferen- the Missionary Society of the some, chairman and St. Moni- see their class leaders with

North Miami district has ca's Chapter, Mrs. Evelyn
table reservations are askedto ces.Ushers' their assessments for Woi
call the church's office at Board No. 2 will be launched the,above named Robinson, chairman, will man's Day.
in charge of class meeting on drama in the Interest of our sponsor the coronation cere-
443-6349. Donation is $5.00. Let us not forget to for
Tuesday night. forthcoming Annual Confe- monies for the crowning of the t pray
Cocktail hour at 6 o'clock is our sick and shut-ins.
not included. The entire membership ex- rence in which the Missionary king ,and ,queen of St. Agnes' Visitors ,
are welcome
press sympathy to the family Ladies play a great part. We 'Church in the Parish Hall from always -,
of Mrs. Annie Simmons.Let will appreciate all ladies of the 4 to 6 p.m

ST. us not forget the sick district from each church to do Watch for our annual Calen-

JAMES AME and shut-ins. A visit, a tele- their full share. 'dar Tea program,which is now REV. J. E. WRIGHT ANTIOCHRev.

Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor phone call or a card of cheer in the planning stage. In the

Joseph R. Marshall, reporterWe will gladen the hearts of the ;past, it has been a wonderful Welcome to Rev. Wright, P. W. Wiggins, pastor

were blessed to have in sick and shut-ins. TEMPLE BAPTIST success. This year, we will our new pastor. We are thank- The No. 1 Ushers' Board,

our midst Sunday Rev. S. E. The program celebratingthe make it the biggest and the j ful to God for him. under the leadership of Mr.

Felder who preached a wonderful 36th anniversary of the No. best in the history of our The senior choir wishes to Jessie Hill, will enjoy your

sermon on "Present FRIST BAPTISTOF 1 Choir Sunday afternoon wasa church. I thank everyone for their par- fellowship at its 33rdAnniversary -

. Suffering and Future Glo- BROWNSVILLE grand affair. Many choirs of St. Agnes'Day Kindergarten |ticipation in their successful Observance beginning on

ries." ;the city participated and many is now open. Parents and guardians i musical tea last Sunday after Friday, Sept. 15th and terminating -

This Sunday is the anniver- Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor individuals made their contributions are requested to bring noon. on Sunday,Sept. 17th.

sary of our church. This is, Donella Turner, reporter j jI The president, Mrs.A. their children. Mrs. Jacque- Rev. Wright and the Rev. W, C. Ivery of Antioch

your church--one to be proudof I The Junior Choir and Junior Clark, director, Deacon R. line Livingston is supervisor. :Brownsville family extendsa Baptist Church, will speak on

belonging to.Because of you, Ushers' Board will sponsor an Hepburn, and other officers warm hearted welcome to Friday night at 8 o'clock, and

we have a magnificent church. after-service musical I pro- and members of the group, extend JORDAN GROVE the public. music will be furnished by A n-

Just by remembering, givingis ; gram. This is an effort to- sincere thanks to their tioch's No.2 Choir, Mrs.

the silent thread of gold i wards Men's Day. many friends. Rev.C. H. Smith, pastor Rachel Pratt, pianist and di-

when woven into the pattern of f The president of the Male The Templeites will cele- Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe FRIENDSHIPRev. rectress.On .

life, gives us the Joys of liv Chorus is asking all membersto brate their anniversary on. Ushers' Board No. 1 Sunday, Sept. 17th, at 3

ing. please be present and on Sunday, September ,24. These will celebrate its 10th annual J. E. Jenkins, pastor p.m., the Rev. O. W. West,

Remember to support the time for rehearsal Saturdaynight youngsters have! given a good Anniversary beginning Thurs- Ruby Lee Carr, reporterOur pastor of Bethlehem Baptist

state in which you were born. at 8 o'clock,.Also if there account of themselves under day night, Sept. 21, 22 and 24, Church, will be the speaker.

Mrs. C. PorterandSeptemberites are persons interested in join- the leadership of Mrs. V. at 8:00 p.m. with the Rev. C. pastor and wife are The Young Matron's Society

are having a night of f ing, please do so. Strachan, Mrs. B. Bryant and J. Burney and congregation, spending a few days in Nassauon with Mrs. Dorothy Turner as

games and fun at the home of( To our bereaved families, Miss Edwina Lord, and they Friday night, Rev.W. K.Smith the occasion of their 7th president, will present its anniversary -

Mrs. C. Brooks at 5920 NW you have our deepest sym are preparing an interesting and congregation! Sunday Wedding Anniversary. The program )nSunday,

'19th Avenue Saturday night at t pathy. And to our sick and program for this occasion. afternoon at 3OOp.m.theRev. members of Friendship say Sept. 24th at 3 pm Miss Marie

800. shut-ins, we wish you a speedy Woman's Day chairman and Roscoe Jackson and congregation congratulations to you both. White will be the guest speaker. -

Remember you are always j recovery. co-chairman, Mrs. L. Cole- will close out thee .
Sunday, our pastor is expected
welcome to the friendly We invite all our friends to 1 brook and Miss E. Lord, ar anniversary. The public is in- to be with us all day.

church. worship with us each Sunday. asking all the women of the, vited. Bro. Earl Bannister iso Our associate ministers did MT. SINAI

Let us pray for the sick and I where a warm welcome greets church to fall in line and t president.The the preaching while he was

mankind everywhere. you at the door. keep up with the activities No.1 Choir wish to away, Rev. Howard Hookes r Rev. C. A Ibur ,pastor

planned. thank the many choirs for par- morning service and Rev. Patricia Austin, reporter

NEW MT. MORIAH The Temple family extends ticipating on their 10th annual Cleve Holliman for evening
deepest sympathy to Mrs. A. anniversary. Brother Herman service. The Young Women's League:
TRIUMPH CHURCH No. 2 Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Clark in the death of her Thomas is president.To presents a Pre-Autumn Tea

Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe brother who died last week in the sick: Always trust in Saturday, the No. 2choirwill Sunday, from 4 to 6 p.m. at
Triumph the Church and sell dinners at the home of the church to the
pastor is asking the entire the Bahamas. God and you shall be healed. support general -
Kingdom of God in Christ No. church to accompany him Sin Emma Barnes, 601 NW 1st church budget. Everyone

2 had its First annual Men's Sunday at St. James AME. Court Apt. 8 or call for delivery is invited. Donation is $1.00.

Day, Sunday, Sept. 10. It was The No. 3 choir (juniors;j) GREATER ST. LUKE HOLY REDEEMER at 379-9171. Bro.Nelson Everyone is invited to come

a great success. Our men will 0 Harris is president.We and worship with us. It is
celebrate their anniver. Rev. Taylor, pastor 1301 NW 71st Street aor
raised 106525. Thanks especially are getting lined up four great pleasure to have
sary on next Sunday at 3 p.m.: Bernice E. Griffin, reporter you
to Sister J. S. King Everyone Is asked to please A Bahamian Catholic choir Woman's Day and we are come so we can all worship

for engineering the whole con- support them. On Friday night, there will will sing two high masses this asking our women to attend God. We are the cool church

I cern. Thanks to all concernedwho Let us continue our prayersfor be a musical given behalf of' coming Sunday, 7 a.m. and 10 their meetings and cooperateto with the.warm,welcome
helped to make this Men's a.m. The masses will be sung help make Woman's
the sick, shut-ins, bereaved our Men's Day drive. Rev Day a Let us continue to pray for
Day a great success.Speakersfor in English. You are all Invitedto success. our sick and
families, those in the Graham is the sponsor shut-ins. Remember -
the day were Rev. J. A. armed services and for world Let us not forget our servicemen attend one of the masses. Visitors are always we l. our pastor and his

Pruitt, Rev. A. C. Nance and peace. Visitors are always and our sick: and shut- Fr. John Francis Kiernan,S.J. come. Come to church and company while they are away,
Rev. 0. Griffin welcome. ins. Is priest. have your faith lifted in your prayers.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967 17 ,


3165 NW 56th Street Rev. J. c. Burney,pastor BAPTIST PROGRAM AT J. E. Brown, pastor

Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor Sis. Arsula Edwards,reporterThe Baptist To Rev. T. R. Harrison,minister MACEDONIA IN GROVEThe Sis Rush Bell Smith,reporter

Willie J. Beard, reporter No. 1 Choir of New Pro- Leona Williams, reporterOn Sunday! School and There will be a tea at oar
vidence will celebrate 20 Training Union of the Macedonia church on the second Sunday
Tickets for the Fifth Annual their Meet HereIn Sept. a special youth
Women's Day Banquet that will Sixth Anniversary beginning program, sponsored by Miss Baptist Church of Coco- in October and we are working

be held on Friday, Sept. 22, in Friday, Sept 15, 8 p.m with a Sharon Lindsey and the youthof nut Grove are sponsoring an for our Women's Day which
the Starlight Room of the Bis- musical program, and ending 1969The the church will be held in in-service training program, will be held the fourth Sunday
Terrace Hotel,340 Bis- Sunday afternoon at 3. There the interest of the building fund beginning on Monday, Sept. 18 in November.
cayne Blvd., are still avail- will be various choirs of this Progressive National of Florida Memorial College through Friday, Sept. 22 from There will be a program on
cayne city on Baptist Convention, which met 7 til 9 p.m.DeanL. Sunday night the
able. They can be obtained program. Everyone is We are inviting the public to featuring
from Sis. Myrtrice Murray cordially invited to each of in Cincinnati, Ohio, last week, share with us in this great pro- E.Thomas and Rev. Mighty Wonders. please pray
these has chosen Miami the James Hendon are the instructors for
programs. as place gram in kingdom building and our sick and shut-ins.
1251 NW 56th St., 759-5245, for
any of the women of New Ma- The Hospitality Auxiliary 1969 session. lending support of a better re-
cedonia or Willie J. Beard. invites you to attend its Four The 500,000 member convention ligious development.For All Baptist members are invited -
Seasons of the Year Fashion has re-elected Dr. free transportation each to attend. The registration BEREAOn
Tickets are $5.00
plan now to attend tb per i Is person.extra- Tea. Presenting to you the four Gardner Taylor of Brooklyn, Sunday morning,call 69 6-'8794 fee is $2.00 for the entire
and elaborate seasons of the year, in fash- N. Y., as its president. It will for services from a church course. Rev. J. A. Finlaysonis Sunday, Brother James
vagant attire will be semiformal affair. ions to be held at the Bonded meet in 1968 in Washington, with a warm welcome and a pastor of the church. For Toles, brother of our pastor,

The. The menu will be: fresh- Rental Agency, 4150 NW 7th D. C. minister with a gospel mes- further information, please had his trial sermon, and it

Florida fruit assorted Avenue on Sunday, Sept. 24, sage. Come and worship with call Mrs. Causey Brunt at was a success.
relish tray, one-cup hall roast from 4 to 6 p.m. You will seethe DRAKE MEMORIAL us and we will do thee good. 444-1839 cr Rev. F. R. Mc- On Sunday, the Mt. Sinai
latest in fashion and Clendon at 444-1079. Baptist Church will hold its
chicken with dressing, baked Consecration styles. Rev Jarius W. Dunn, pastor first Woman's Day here at

potato chef, string salad-fresh beans almon-dress- be held each hour Sunday ofprayerwill morning- The pastor, officers and ST. JPHN AME CORONATION TIME Berea The Rev. Solomon is

dine ing,,rolls and butter, ice ing at 5:00 You are invited. members of Drake Memorial Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor AT ST. AGNES pastor. Everyone is invited.
Prayer meeting Tuesday at wish to announce that their The Pew Rally will conveneall The Parish On Monday Sept. 18 will
cream cake roll, coffee, tea Chapter and St. ,we
or Sanka. So if you miss this 8 p.m. All members are asked Boy Scout Troop has received day Sunday, along with Monica's Chapter of St.Agnes begin our revival. The Rev.F. .
to their charter and the Scoutsare Choir No. 1 serving as host w
please attend. .L.Carter pastor of Bethany
gala affair, you will regretthe Episcopal Church, cordially ,
Continue in now Troop No. 267. Parents for day. The Rev W.A.Curry
time of your life. prayer for our Invite the public to be presenton Baptist Church, moderator of
The Male Chorus has post sick, shut-ins and those who please send your boys to will deliver the 11 am messageOn Sunday,September 17,when the Gold Coast Association,
poned their anniversary indefinite have lost loved ones and the church each Friday 6:30 September 22, fourth and Novel Bethel and Kim Burrows will be the speaker. All mem-
It was scheduled for friends. p.m. Scouting may help to give last quarterly conference of will be crowned King and bers, friends and well wishersare
the fourth Sunday In this Visitors are welcome to all your boy the incentive to be- the year, the pastor is askingall Queen of St.Agnes Church Also asked to Join in with us and
come one of the great leadersof chairman of each board to
help to make this
month. Deacon Edward Good- see Fred Bethel and Donna' a great revival -
tomorrow. have their and
report ready
win is president Anderson in a"Mock Wedding prayer meet Ing will begin -
The Boys Scouts will have a sign with a seal.The president "
Ceremony. i on Wednesday night, Sept.
GRACE BAHA'IS OF MIAMIOn car wash on Saturday begin- Elder F. A. Allen will be in Four to six p.m., in the 13-15.
ning at 9 a.m. please bring charge of the meeting. The
Parish Hall, refreshments Rev. J. Toles is pastor.
your car to the church 5800 leaders
are asking
Sept. 17, members of the will be served in the social
6895 NW 14th Avenue Baha'I NW 2nd Avenue, and help the members to Join in and helpto
Faith located in 2000 hall.
Rev. W, F. Savoy, pastor American boys in this project. make their goal a success.
communities will Mrs. Euterpie Newsome and
This Sunday is "Women'sDay observe World Peace Day.The The women of the church Sister Beatrice Grant, Sis- Mcs. Evelyn Robinson, spon- ATTENTION ALL
have organized into three ter Edna Faison still
at Grace..The theme is are on
; purpose the day is to spread sors, Fr Lambert Sandsrec-
"Not 'Whether,' But 'How1 the recognition of America's groups for our Women's Day. our sick list, continue to pray tor. KINDERGARTENWORKERS
The following women Mrs.E. for them and all children
Christian Should Speak in This spiritual destiny to raise the away
Williams, Mrs. I.Clements from home.
Tangled World. Our morn standard of peace in the world
and Mrs. A. Knowles are the Sister Catherine Willis ST. JAMES BAPTIST
ing speaker will be City Com- Locally,the Baha'is of Greater ,reporter -
missioner, Mrs. Athalie Miami are sponsoring a panel contestants for the "Womanof Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor An important meeting is.
Range. Mrs. Lucy Bradley is discussion on "Paths to the Year" contest whichwill scheduled for Saturday, Sept.
chairman, and Mrs.BernadineCooper Peace," to be held 8 p.m. at climax on the second Sun SPIRITUAL TEAA Sunday, during the 11 a.m. 16 at Poitier's Kindergarten,
is co-chairman. Wo- the James E. Scott Community day in November.Mr. spiritual tea will be given services a one act drama will 1480 NW 69th St., 5 p.m.Don't
men's Day is sponsored this Association building, 4901 William Hardee is at the home of Mrs. Virginia be presented entitled "Zack- miss it.Mrs. .
year by our zone leaders, NW 7th Avenue There will bea sponsoring a program on the Grant, 1415 NW 69th Street arius an Elizabeth in the B. Cox, reporter, Independent -
whose chairman is Mr.Horace musical program, and refreshments second Sunday night in October on Sunday, Sept. 17,sponsoredfor Temple." Directed by Mr. C. Pre-School Opera
Martin, and whose cochairman will be served A gigantic Gospel Feast. St. Barnabas' Women's McCloud. Come out and enjoy tors' Organization.SAMPSON'S .
is Mrs. Louise Edwards. The public is cordially invitedto You are invited to attend this Day. this religious drama.
The evening service will attend. soul-stirring program.

spotlight the young adults, '

ages 18 to 35 with Mrs.Ethel ,: .M1t'; ., r.g MARKET
Peterson in charge of the ser- .,"'" 11ilI
vice. The evening speaker will ,

be You Mrs.are Virginia cordially Oliver.invited tc 1 7466 NW 62 ST.

attend Women's Day. Morning
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please send your children to BETHLEHEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH .,; LB.LB. *

church. We have a pick-up IS NOW REGISTERING CHILDREN FOR THE ,',
service beginning at 9:30a.m FALL SESSION

Clothes and money don't matter Tint: 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. BRISKET STEW 39
and for those who want to Feel $5.00 per wek. *
drop them off, the address is Address 420 NW 40th Street 1,<
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, 18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967 "

' GREYHOUND INVITES FAMU Alumni Association To

: Booker T. Washington Begins VISITS BY SCHOOLCHILDREN '

. Hold First Meeting

I: New Era As Junior HighHeralding program Greyhound to encourage has announceda Visits Miami Rattlers will assemble Room of the Roosevelt- Branch

by school children to its bus in the ConferenceNORTHWESTERN of the First Federal Savingsand
the end of the tra- signed to embellish basic schools and colleges. Mrs. terminals across the country. Loan Association, 6015
ditional J junior senior high skills and introduce Job skills Catherine N. Mapp and David PTA NW 7th Avenue, at 7:30 p.m.
school which dated back to that prepare high school gra- White will be in charge of this "The visit to a bus termi- MONDAY NIGHT on Sept. 16 tor the initial meet-

1928, Booker T. Washington duates for the world of work. general area. They will also nal can be a tremendously edu- Miami Northwestern's PTA Ing of the Mlam! Chapter of

opened, Sept. 5, for studentsin serve as school counselors for cational experience,''said Mr. will hold its"GetAcquainted" the FAMU Alumni Associa-

grades 79.COMMUNITY. Important: to this programis the entire group J. C. Stokes, City Marketing meeting on Monday, Sept, 18,
the work experience coordinator Manager here. at 8 p.m. in the school audi- tion.Local Rattlers are urged to

INVOLVEDIN Eddie B. Bunyan, Other teachers in the pro- He said principals of local torium with the president, attend this meeting to Join or

ORIENTATION formerly with high school gram include JacquelineTooks schools have been encouragedto Mrs. Annie Till nun, presid- re-new memberships in the
DCT; and, the other teachersin Mrs. Evelyn Lee, and his invitation ing. association
pass on to
During the special orien- the program. At the outset, Cyrus Rayford, English and teachers. Commitee chairman will be President Robert Strapp extends -

tation meeting called Sept. 1, sixty students, all young men reading; Benjamin Klodell and chosen and members of the greetings to all FAMU

to acquaint the Washington from the program will followa Mrs. ErmatineHolton.mithe- Students will see the inner faculty will be introduced at alumni and expresses hope for

Heights community with school basic schedule, participatein nntics. Instructors for the diversified workings of the local bus terminal this meeting. Plans for the, a big turnout at the Sept. 16

planning, Principal Nicholas a 2-1/2 hour diversified mechanics area are talk with drivers, see coming year will be revealed.All meeting.As .
H. Borota revealed a number shop training and "on-the- to be announced. Efforts are the inside of a new Greyhoundbus parents and interested chapter president he an-

of programs and innovations job training. also underway to involve young and see close-up how bus citizens are Invited to attend. nounces that "A big year is

for the 1967-68 school year. ladies in the program in a dispatchers coordinate the Come and see the"new image planned for the Miami Chap-
Representatives from the cen- A core of the program is course of fa mly living and movement of buses in and out that Northwestern is presenting ter of the Florida A & M University -

tral EOPI and Culmer Neigh- the group guidance block de other special phases of diversified of Miami every day. to our community. Association, and the
borhood EOPI centers along signed to develop the self concept home economics.The of FAMUan -
support every loyal
habits, attitudes and ._ .n____._
with the A-l Education Committee In the area is needed to
value systems for optimum entire community is
listened to presenta- GRADUATION PARTY make it a success."
in democratic society.
growth a asked to join with the admin-
tions from the administrative Emphasis will not only be istration and faculty Booker On Friday, Sept. 1st, the Doretha Williams, Retha M. Bring your friends and join
staff Harold Mast assistant
upon the applications and Job T. Washington Junior High Liberty City Child Opportunity Williams,Dwight Dennis,Bar- your Rattler associates as
principal for curriculum, indicated survey informational series; School to meet the needs of the Center held its Graduationand bara Dennis; Jacqueline Hol- they "get the ole FAMU spirit-

that a diversified cur- but also, upon new careers and students who attend the Farewell for the children mes, Maggie Alexander; Lo- Saturday, Sept. 16 at730p.m.
;;? 'culum, including special opportunities in specializedRegistration "school for progress." who were going to first gradeon renzo Jackson, Josephine at the Roosevelt Bank.
. leading centers throughout the
Sept. 5th. The graduationwas Jackson; Jackie Lee Thomas, NORTH DADE JR.
school, would be expanded this
in the form of a party for Ola Mae Thomas; Willie Lee
,t year. Seventh and eight grade the graduates and their families Jackson, Hattie Jackson; Ro- HIGH PTA
students will be scheduled in THE DORSEY DIARYIt The North Dade Junior High
t and was enjoyed by all salie Wright Genella Wrightand
\ "little school" tracts with ; School invites all patrons and
;: classifications set for inter was a good feeling to see son that if these kids are No. who attended. The eighteen Bessie Woodward; Cyn- interested citizens to attend

,. and intra movement up with-- photographers from the Miami One in the nation,then the Dor- little graduates were very thia Dawson, Gloria Bland- the first PTA meeting for the

in the tracts of learning. Na- Herald, the Miami News, and sey P.E. teachers must be the happy, beautifully dressed, ing; Samuel/ Durham, Henri- 1967-68 school year at 8 p.m.

thaniel Rolle, assistant prin- television Channel 4, WTVJ, No. One P.E. teachers in the and very proud. The girls wore etta Brown. in the auditorium. Thursday,
taking pictures of our kids last nation. Once again,we congratulate white dresses, the boys, dark Sept. 21 is the date.
cipal for administration madean Not present: Andrew' ,
Monday morning on the Dorsey them for achieving the pans and white shirts...They all
appeal for an all-out boostof Hearns, Mrs; Jordan and Paul Newly elected ,officers are
Field Marshall highest honor availabel to had '
P.E. grounds. P.E. on blue ribbons, including
under the of
attendance and support of Culler, Diane Culler. leadership Mrs.
Montgomery in World War II teachers. What mountain do their teachers.
Mary Brown. Mrs. Brown'sexperiences
the visiting teacher.Mr.Phil-
made the famous comment climb next after have
: you you
lip Cooper, visiting teacher, "The future battles of Britainare climbed Mt. Everest? And Mr, Farrell, our director,* Sponsors: Mildred I Dean, with PTA organi-
will be assisted this year by presented the After Leander Bennett, Alma Wil- zations have been varied and
fields of what do diplomas.
won on the playing goal you envision next
liams, Frederick Wallace, numerous and anticipates a
Mrs. Mildred Johnson recent
the group sang a few
that after
Eton. Let us hope today you win the Presidential
trainee of the EOPI Center. Claudine Thomas, Pauline successful year at North Dade
and recited few
a the
Dorsey kids realize they have Physical Fitness Award?
According to Mrs. Mayme E. won one of the battles of life. party began. Assorted refreshments Furlow, Alfred Barr, Juanita "Know your school" is this

Williams, assistant principal Victory at Dorsey is a great Dorseyites, save the news- were served. Brunson, Fay Lampert. year's theme.

cus onvocational pursuits, feeling, and today it seems papers and'pictures of the Graduates and parents pre-
personal and social values, like everybody loves a winner week. sents were:
St. KindergartenOPENS
and helping students become Agnes'
That these kids are winners,
productive citizens in our society the whole nation now knows. you are feeling Jacqueline Cox, Mr. and TUESDAY SEPT. 5TH 1967
will be the format for down in the dumps, reread the ,
Mrs. Cox Keith Spencer Eli-
To be number one winner stories, and take another lookat ; ,
diversified guidance services. zabeth Spencer Alicia Light- 7:00 AM Until 5:00
throughout the nation is no the pictures. This is It ; HOURS:
The North Shore Kiwanis who you. ,
I bourne Doretha Lightbourne
, small accomplishment.But we ;
is what the city and the nation
co-sponsored the special career must not forget we are winn- Sharon Ruff, Barbara Ruff; Trained PersonnelHot
: activity, with the gui- thinks of you. It is a sample of Alesia
Russell Joan Russell
With ;
ers. privilege comes re-
dance personnel, last what you can do. You have Lunches Transportation
year, sponsibilities.We James and Jessie Hanna, Eli
will lend support again this every right to be proud of
that of zabeth Hanna; Lessie M. Williams -
year in programming. expect every one yourself.We HE 4-1910 HE 5-2307
Altamese Williams
these winners can excel in any ;
those field he so desires--if he only are able to achieve and Michelle McPhee, Louise Mc- Mrs. Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor
Among the
attending win, but only if we work hardat Phee.
special orientation session keeps alive his will to win.
it.Let us remember that
were: Susan Liss and Mrs. Naturally the P.E. teachers everyone of the 347 winners at
Shirley Zoloth, EOPI Main Office were all proud. They were Dorsey had the will to win.And
; Mrs. V e r d e 11 Wright, beaming with pride at what because they believed they
EOPI Culmer Center; Mrs. their students had accom could win, they did. This was DOORS
Amy Fraley and Mrs. Miller, plished. But it stands to read the real victory at Dorsey.

A-I Education Glut and two

Peace Corps trainees, Fred SOLD
Davis and Dotti Clune. They For Rack To
leave Sept. 23 for Senegal.As .

a result of the diligent School' Recreation ProgramThe HUNG

work of the A-I Education Club .
during the spring of 1967, Recreation Division of sports, games, crafts, arts,

Principal Borota pointed to the the Metropolitan Dade County outdoor education and special .. *, REPAIRED
thorough maintenance job un Park and Recreation Depart- Instruction ballet,dance andbaton ,

derway to replace, windows; ment will,beg Redreaiion' Win- twirling-, will be offeredtd
woodwork and doors erbdedby ter-Sprlng Pro 'ahy school-age child at no

termites; and the enclosure of gram at all areas,on,Sept. 18. .cost. Included in the diversified -
stairwell areas to protect students Registration will be held at t the i' recreatfad'p ogram will
from inclement weather. playgrounds and recreation be special events and honor WINDOWS

Better security of the build- centers on Thursday and Fri trips For further information

ings is being pondered; and, day, Sept. 14 and 15 from 3 to please call the park or recrea-

window guards have been installed 6 p.m., and on Saturday, Sept. tion center nearest you listed JALOUSIE GLASS
,; on athletic storage 16 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. under Dade County Park and

areas of the school gymna Recreation Department inyour
sium, Organized activities in telephone directory.


Continuing emphasis upon :

the basic skills of English,

reading, mathematics and
group guidance, the extended Newspaper is more I

program at Booker T. Wash- interested in this communitythan
ington Junior High initiates a

new phase of the program any other publicationIn
through Job-oriented voca-
tional training. $18,000 has the world.

been expended, through the
State Department of Educa-

tion, Florida Technical train-

ing Education Division,for "PERSONTOPERSON"That's i
tools and materi-
Us! -You and Your
als to equip a Junior high
diversified mechanics laboratory LOCAL Newspaper

; and, to provide two instructional
8523 NW 22nd Ave 696-407/1
units for the lab.
180 ninth grade students will 1 If t

participate in the program de



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967 19 ..

NEWS ROM IN AND Learn to SewAt e.

12 IY V. one of the following; centers :: : .
Monday J, E. Scott Cottage 4
7155 NW 22nd Avenue 10 :
MMMW a.m to 1 p.m. and 7 10p.m. 4

The American Consulate died at the New York Business TuesdayNorthwestern 7007 :
has reported marked increasein College. She has worked as NW 12th Ave.,9 a.m.to 12 noon 4
the number of Bahamians secretary in the Nigerian Con- and 1- 4 p.m. Miami Jackson
traveling to the United Statesin sul General's office in New 1751 NW 36th St., 7 to 10 p.m. ..
recent year. The Consuls York, and as secretary at E.D. Wednesday.W.Johnson 735 .
ld that in 1965, his office Sassoon Banking Company W. 23 St., Hialeah 6.. 9 p.m. ..
issued 4,754 nonimmigrantvisas Ltd., in Nassau. She has been Thursday Lindsey Hopkins .
from January to July. living in New York five years. 1410 N. E. Second Ave., 9 to ..
For the same period in 1966, 12 noon and 12:30 to 330pm. e :
the number was 5997. This Octavius Octavien,a Haitian J. E. Scott Cottage 7155 NW
year it is 7,728. The Consul about 26 years old, was found 22nd Avenue 7 to 10 p.m. The : 'J.
has had to increase his staff. dead with his throat cut,on the registration fee for the sixteen :
porch of a house in Quintine week trimester ending December I 't
Fifty-two-year-old Felix Alley, off Wulff Road on Aug. 21, is $3.00. :
McKinney of Collins Yard was 27. Foul pay is suspected and Mrs. M, L.Adams,Instruc-I
found dead on board a small the police are making Invest! tor. :

boat tied up at Potter's Cay on gation. In 1621 any French innkeeper :Z
the morning of August 31.The
was liable to arrest and imprisonment :
body was taken to a hospitalfor Noel Hudson,a UBP suppor- if a patron com : "
an autopsy. ter, was attacked and beaten e 4e
plained of astomach- ache I .4
about the face with a bottle by after eating. : .
four men the night after the "
Two Bahamians living in recent city election. On his : k :
New York have rencentlybeen z
way home, Hudson stopped ata .
appointed by Premier .
L. O.
restaurant to
buy a news .
Pindling to the Bahamas Min paper. Four men whom ne naa eI
istry of Tourism's New York seen hanging around the polls, ..
office. They are Carter Jumped on him and began beat- .
Forbes, an assistant in the ing him. He escaped and ran eI .
mill room, and Miss Diana p. home but they followed and S ..
Johnson, secretary-travel continued to beat him outsidehis .
consultant. house with a bottle.He was ..
Forbes, 19, is a native'of treated at a hospital. ee
Rock Sound, Eleuthera, and ..
son of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. .
Forbes. He has been in New .
York 10 months studying business Antioch Baptist Church will .
Smiling Eddie
Lee Pittman : .
a Fashion Tea Sun-
administration at the New sponsor popular local businessman and 4 .
York Business School. day, September 17, from 4 to owner of the Dive-Inn Bar :I ..
6 at Brownsville Com-
p.m. .
1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691'
Miss Johnson, the eleventhof .
munity Center, 2741 NW 49th '
9431. He Invites
all his old .
twelve children of the late I
St. benefit the Men's Daypro- friends to come and meet newfriends. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnsonof gram. Mr. Japhus Fincher is Everyone welcome. I
Hay Street, Nassau,attended captain and feature models Enjoy the pool room and bow. 4 DAD .
St. John's College before will be V. Marie Brown and ling Completely air conditioned lApN1Qr0 IS .
going to the U. S.andhasstu- Flora Beason. (indefj _: N1S ..

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earlier classes already enrolled S. refiner and marketer of thoroughly familiar, such as :
in programs leading to Jobsas petroleum products, had used newspapers and magazines.In Or ,,1,000 Miles Away... .. :
first-class craftsmen, standard approaches with the Humble's case,a seven-month : .

these members ofa third class same years,objective but these efforts in former were special heavy course emphasis of study oo the, placing fist- : Take Us Along With you..................... i
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themon the protlem maybe that ever, was the ambition, enthusiasm
paperwork that may put
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the State Department, the ficult reading material instead Johnson, Jr., Willie Beverlyand ijI1te inmi ijimes! i
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20 THE MIAMI 15 1967
TIMES Friday, September _

... ""..",..., .. .... .....'I"l' \ Brow rd Community Service And Resources I IBy

DALE TEM: Po'i,1 Porter M. Davis, Jr. Broward County Unit of the dahl, P. 0. Box 8815 Fort of Mr. Kenneth L. Kruger,
/ This article is the first in American i Cancer Society Lauderdale or calling 583- executive director, the family
BY PORTERM. DAVIT J*. a series of three article whichare maintains two officers to service 7812 weekdays 8:30 to 5 p.m. service offers its services to
designed to acquaintBroward's Broward citizens, 100 S. Materials are furnished and people of all faiths, all races
citizens with a Federal Highway in Fort courses given to any groupsor and all economic levels.. It
The tempo all over Broward has slowed down to a moderate number of vital services in the Lauderdale and 4, 492 Hallan- individual. There are no services includes professional
pace with a strange mixture of threatning storms and an uneasy area of welfare, health, recreation dale Beach Blvd., Hollywood, charges for services. casework counseling to
undesired holiday. It was a week which says mass regis and education. Many Fla., under the direction of families and individuals liv-
tration in the schools and else where to assure greater progress citizens are unaware of where, Mrs. Doris Rhea, executive The Diabetes Society of ing in Broward County. Ser-
and healthier climates.Thousands of school youths roam to go for help in times of dis- director. The center conducts Broward is located at 2200 S. vices to the retired, familylife
the streets in search of activities. Agencies like the North- tress or how they can volunteer cancer control programs on Andrews Avenue The office education, a series of
west Branch YMCA and the Sun 1 aDd Recreation Center are their time for community research, education and ser- hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on group discussion meetings in
thriving with kids seeing an extended Day Camp program as services. Broward citizens vice. Educational programswith weekdays. The society offers the various areas of Family
Governor Fasher said during the Little Rock Crisis"All this may contact the community films,physician speakersand diabetic detection l services living to interested organiza-
will come to pass' and I might add when the whole matter is service council at 1300 South literature on leukemia and through the mobile unit whichis tions and groups of ten or
finally resolved the various communities and agencies will Andrews Ave. in Ft. Lauder- and other cancers are avail operated by the Broward more." A sliding fee scale
step up its tempo to brighter and more progressive pace with dale. The number of agencies able to neighborhood groups, County Health Department; based upon family size and in-
both old and new leadership. and services are too exten- schools, clubs,businesses and educational services encompassing come. The same professional
sive to be encompassedin employees. All cancerpa- all aspects of diabetes service and consideration is
The Job Core Girls of Broward County have made numerous three articles, therefore, tients are provided with counseling through monthly diabetic given regardless of ability to
contributions to the Northwest Community, for this rea- only a selected number of sick room supplies, classes that are conducted by pay a fee. The agency does not
son I decided to state a few facts about the overall agency. The agencies and services will be dressings and similar aids. doctors and dieticians. While provide financial assistance.The .
Job Core is mainly for young men and women who drop out of included. the membership fee is $5.00 office hours are 9 a.m.to
school and cannot find work. These young people between the Any person with an alcoholic There are no charges for ser- persons unable to pay are welcome 5 p.m weekdays. For addi-
ages of 16 and 21 receive a basic education, Job training and problem and desires to stop vices and interested persons to particpate.The tional information interested
W work experience to develop good working habits. They room drinking may contact Alcoholics may call either 525-3363 or citizens may call either 524-
and board, clothing, and spending money in the amount of $30a Anonymous located at 4 989-6535. The office hours Family Service Agencyis 8286 or 523-2589 The next
month. When they leave they get$50 for each month of satisfactory North Federal Highway in are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. week- located at 1300 South An- (second) Broward Community
service in the Job Core. If they want to send money room 212. The phone numberis days. The Broward Civil Defense drews Avenue and is a vital Services and Resources article -
home to their parents or dependent children they are allowedto 525-0265. There are no can be reached by writ- social resource in the Brow- in this series will deal with
send home up to 25 dollars and the Job Core will add another charges for the services. The ing to Mr. Oliver F. Loven- ard area. Under the direction educational resources.
$25, to make the sum$50.At each of the centers the train
ees may go to movies,the library and various other activities.
Presently in Broward County the'trainees have formed a Job
"r, Core Club and are now in the process of planning a mother's Community Action Fund Inc. Is Arm of
club and a Council of Negro women to work with the girls in I
various projects. Mrs. Berglar and Mrs.Cunningham are Project
Directors. Mrs. Gloria Robinson Is Job Core Coordinator Migrant Poverty Programa
for EOCG for Broward County
The Elks Lodge of Fort Lauderdale will be buzzing again Throughout DadeCounty people who need
really help Fund, states that the promiseof new life of economic soli-
this weekend with high excitement. On Friday nite, Septem- especially in the South Dade and who are grateful for what the Man power development darity.
W 15th at 10:00 p.m, the Omegas are sponsoring a kick-off area, everyone should now be changes they now experiencein programs (MDTA) is a bles-
dance. On Saturday night, September 16 the Venus Club is aware of the wonderful work their lives.Robert Williams sing for all,especially for mi- PROGRESS OF RETRAININGThe
sponsoring a kick-off dance and on Sunday, September 17 the and development of the Com 85, one of the 225 enrollees grant workers.
TAMS (wives of the CAPS) are sponsoring a dance also begin- munity Action Fund, Inc.-aim states: "I couldn't read and I There are many migrantsand cooperation of farmersand
ning at 1000; p.m.Registration of the OEO Migrant Poverty couldn't write When I had farm workers who have other agencies with respect
Program, under the dirction some business to do, I had to changed labor status throughthis to retraining of migrant
is now open for classes in Judo and Karate. of Roscoe C. Webb, Regional ask someone else. I wanted to 1 initiated program. MI- workers, demonstrate a new
The classes are to be held at the Northwest Branch YMCA located Director, Region Six,Perrine, learn my own business" Today grants can now be up-graded, trend to future stability of migrant
408 NW 14th Terrace Ft. Lauderdale each Tuesday and located at 17430 South Dixie Robert Williams can ready a from tomitoe pickers to trac- families and their child
Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. The classes will be taughtby Highway, Suite J. little and sign his own name.A tor drivers, mechanics, pain- ren. This progress of retraining -
Mr. Charlie Smith, holder of the Black Belt. The classes This agency operates a program desire that took Williams 85 ters, welders, electricians, has given a new life to even
will be divided into two divisions the adult class and the class quite commensurate to years to accomplish.Mr. through the willingness to ac- the families of the migrantswho
for Jr. and Sr. High School students. changing conditions of modern Webb, Regional Direc- cept training and secure for have now seen the need of
The Choir of Mount Olive Baptist Church will celebrate its day Farm Techniques in our tor for Community Action themselves and their families keep their children in school.
Anniversary on Sunday, September 17 at 3:00: p.m. The public nation. It is concerned with
is cordally invited to attend. On the fourth Sunday, September migrants and seasonal farm
24 the Pulpit Aid Club of Mt. Olive will celebrate their families, involving scores of
anniversary. The program begins at 7:30 p.m. Mt. Herman migrants all over the State of
AME Church will be the guest for the evening. Revival is to Florida. There arefourre-
start the first Sunday of October with Rev. G. W, Warren of gions lathe State of Florida: .'MNV.Y MII.hA {
Palatka, as guest. Ft. Meyers, Palm Beach,
Our girl Friday, vivacious Toni Rogers is spending the Pompano Beach and Perrine
weekend in Parris Island,South Carolina.On Monday,September in the Miami Area.In .
18th she will attend the Military Graduation of her fiancee, the past and even now,
Private Frankie Smiley of the United States Mirine Corps. Community Action Fund has
aided Comnnnities in many
areas in Florida. The range ,
sent and on time. Don't forget and scope of this agency is not r AM.a
Carver the Fish Fry on this Saturday only limited to migrant workers fr
night, Sept. 16, which will be and their families but is
held at the post home. also elastic in its community
Ranches The Carver Ranches Fire relationship. It aides young
Department meets every Mon- men and women to become bet
NewsBy day night at 8. Members pleasebe ter citizens by securing various
present and on time next Jobs, practicable to their
Walter Bow week. Walter Blatch is presi- experience, while at the same
dent. time encouraging drop outs to
go to school under the auspicesof
The VFW post No.319 5 will Miami Times boys wanted the Neighborhood Youth
hold its regular'' meeting on in West Hollywood and Hallan- Corps,
Sunday, Sept. 17, 6:3d'pi m. at dale. Inquire at Bowe's BarberShop The'range of the Community
the post home"on, Pembroke on Pembroke ,Road, 4i444 Action Fund/program has
Road. Members please be pre SW 46th Avenue. evolved adult literacy, tutor- 1(1Y (
ing, youth education and coun
selling, Live and Learn Pre- I *
Back to School Special School programs, receration, i" "'
community organization and .M1
Your Home i

Cleaned & Oiled 4fe PROBLEMS OF MIGRANT
Adjust Tensions Total Cost ftt n A WORKERSTo
*Free Needle & Belt All Makes Y mitigate the maximum
problems of the Farm $
Check all Wiring & Models workers, this agency has, \f
1 Year Guarantee i
through the program of the
State Migrant Education ,
BROWARD CALL COLLECT 6617609The Boards, upgraded about 225
migrant workers in the adult
literacy program held at MaysSr. I
High School, Naranja Elementary
House of Beauty School and R.
Moten Elementary during R'I

Look your best with a permanent done by expert MAN-POWER

f operators individually hairstyling.MRS. DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMThe _
LILLIE COPELAND, Owner rapid transition of mi-
MRS. ETHEL WELLS ARMSTRONGMRS. grant workers and their fami- -
DOROTHY BURROWSMRS. lies in the South Dade areas Top 85-year-old Robert Williams and classmates of Special Migrant Education
EVELYN MITCHELL who took part in the summer Program.
1031$ NW 6th STREET 525-6806 program showed immensurable Bottom Migrant Aide John Nicholson assisting "Live and Learn" ore-school
change in the conditions of children.

1'HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967 2fl

Bethune Wildcats Prep
........ Looking the 1

For Sept. 23 Clash

With Morris

ai, knocking has begun at 'fensive tackle are Willie 4
HARRY SPEAR Bethune-Cookman College.Jack Brown, Boynton B e a c b;Thomas

McClairen's 1967 B-CC Lee, Pittsburgh;and William BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over

DOLPHINS OPEN AT HOME SUNDAYThe Wildcats football team is Player, Miami. Quick
grinding through"twoaday"practice guards are Albert Wright, Ft.
Miami Dolphins will open the regular season againstthe sessions to weed out Lauderdale and James Berry, PAR & BIRDIE MEMBER IS UGA '67

Denver Bronco's, Sunday, September 17, at 4:30 p.m In the dead weight. Delray. Walter Frazier,Pompano .AMATEUR CHAMPIONA
an exhibition game the Dolphins defeated the Bronco's whichwe The Wildcats, some 105 who was elected Co-Cap local son of our community became the favorite son of the
hope canbe repeated. All during the time they were at Boca strong, are being put through tain is expected to return at Par and Birdie Club recently during their sponsorship of the
Raton they went thru hard training sessions to declare who rugged drills in an effort to center. Backs expected to see United Golfers Association Tournament.

would qualify for the team. We hope coach George Wilson Sr., get ready for the early opening action are Allan Wilson, Mia James Everett many times a winner of golf tournaments all
and his staff has picked his right mi; Willie Benjamin j Belle
players.The game assignment against over the state of Florida, came through with the big one this
pass minded Morris Brown Glade,AnthonyGrisbyDelray; time, winning the amateur division of the nationally contested
first regular season game at the Orange Bowl has been College in Atlanta, Georgia, and Flankerback Carlton United Golfers Association Tournament.
designated as "Ball Day"by Managing Partner Joseph Robbie. Sept 23rd. Bethel, Miami. The veteran Everett, who is the tournament director of our local group

Any child 14 years old and under, accompanied an adult, There are 32 veterans list ofquarterbacksareClewis gave a lift to golfing in this area, and our hats are off to him
purchasing sideline reserved seats($5.00) will receive a free among the returnees including Wright,Hastings;Jimmy Jack for this fine showing in this, one of the toughest competitionsof
regulation size football with a Miami Dolphins insignia and "pro-prospect" Henry Still, son, Jacksonville; and All- his career.
kicking tee. plus three other returning All- Conference George King,
This offer is good to the first 5,000 children, on a first Conference squadmen and 24 Pompano.On .
come, first served basis. lettermen. defense,key men back U
Bethune-Cookman College are; Henry H. Still, Colum-
Advance tickets to this game are now on sale at Gate 14 of Mick
bus Georgia Wince
; ,
went 5-2 last Mc-
the Orange Bowl or any of the Dolphins ticket agencies in the season. Jacksonville
Marietta; Alvin Wyatt, -
South Florida area. Clairen hasn't made any predictions
; Thomas Hines,Jack
about this season. He
Joseph Robbie and W. H. Keland announced arrangementsby
did "it will be rough as sonville; Bernard Holly, Miami
which they have acquired the equity of Danny Thomas and
all but two of ; George Sutton, Delray;
of our games are on.
virtually complete ownership the Miami Dolphins. the road." William McMillon, Pompanoand
"We have jointly and equally acquired all of the stock in the Maultry Moore, Brooks-

corporation previously owned by Danny Thomas, which is a Lettermen returning on offense ville, Georgia.
Corporate General partner in Miami Dolphins, Ltd. are strong ends Samueland First year men are expectedto
"With this aquisition, we now own a fraction less than 90 Daniel Cooper, Identical figure strongly in the Wild

percent of the partnership. twins from Plant City. Other cats plans: Johnny Orr,a 305-
a ah
catchers Wilbert Miami and r"
pass are; pound lineman from
"Under the arrangements between us, we will always equalize Harrison, Atlanta; Bernard Quarterback Charles Haynes,
our ownership Interests, however acquired, so that we Burns, Miami; Ernest.Swift, the high school sensation from
remain equal Joint partners Apopka; and Sylvester Davis, Belle Glade,are the most like-
WTVJ Miami Dolphin Quarterback Club has instituted a trophy Pompano who doubles. as a defensive ly to jump into the picture although
which will perpetuate the name of Mayor Robert King High
safety. others always come
UGA Maxwell Stanford N. Fallstaff local rep. James
The Board of directors of the club voted that the trophy would Leading candidates for of- along surprisingly in the fall.
Everett, Miss UGA, Allen McCellar, national rep., Paris
be awarded to the Miami selected
annually Dolphin player by
Brown, UGA tournament direct and Dave Bondu.
the coaches as the unsung hero of the season. The award
will be placed permanently in the offices of the Miami Dolphin: NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU FOOTBALL MAKES QUICK CHANGE WITH
This was done as a salute to the late Mayor High for his BASEBALLThese
untiring efforts in bringing pro football and the super bowl to SNYDERS BARBER SHOP are the days when an umpire has to quickly make
the City of Miami. The award will be made'at the clubs room for a referee or a referee has to make room for an um
breakup dinner which will be held after the season. pire.It.
6711 NW 15 AVE
is about now that football comes upon the scene to jostlethe
FLAGLER OFF BIG: MATINEE SATURDAYAs game of baseball Into the background for another season;

might be expected, Happy Stutz holds the big hand in the 691 -9314 it Is about now that the long completed pass replaces the thrillof
a prodigious homerln; when skillful running down the side
semifinals of the $5,00 Marathon Stake coming up at Flagler
Saturday night. lines to pay dirt, overshadows the art an finis with which abase

Happy, who won the event last year with Pitchy and took third runner steals a base; when the needle threading arm of
.a quarterback, dwarfts the action of a promising pitcher, who
with Good Cause, entered four this time and got four to the
semifinals.One almost pitched a no.hitter.

of these Is the defending champ, pitchy, and the other The seasons change and the sports are changed with them.

three are two-year-old littermates fromSunmaker-Serenely, 41a
named Homepride, Towncrest and Merry Mate.

Pitchy and Homepride were winners in the qualifying competition OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
last Saturday while Towncrest ran second to 0. K.
Duke's Theorized and Merry Mate was third behind Gene Han
dle's steady-going and apparently ageless Party Partner. IRING RESULTS

It may take a bit of luck,but Stutz could win up with all four
of his entries in the finals.. for he's quite often a lucky fellow *' .
when the blue chips are on the line as they are in the

There'll be another matinee at Flagler Saturday, startingat Hair Stylist Proprietor Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

145 and the turnout;ills time couldbe even better than the *HAIR CUTTING

unexpectedly large crowd of 3,853 who saw the 11-race day- *PROCESSING "MR. JACK"
time performance last Saturday. FOR
will nine more double-header *
Altogether, Flagler present STYLES FOR ALL AGES
programs before the horses start running at Tropical Parkin PERMANENTS
The Latest in Men's Fashions
late November. After that the matinees will,be out but the DYEING & TINTING Very "
night time racing will continue through Jan.
All In all it looks like another record-smashing season at FACIAL MASSAGEand ITALIAN SHOES

Fabulous Flagler..the likes of which Florida greyhound rac- all other tonsorial services
ing has never seen before. BARBER WANTED 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA


Bill slots.Bashaway's HOW ELSE, when he draws one of the inside Sign Negro

I GALLIANO, when she goes a 7/16ths. Track Star j
\ MISSILE TIME who has been missing close.
FLEET DENNis due to break loose with a hurdle win Birmingham, Ala.High-School James
Craig, Hayes
soon.J. track star, has become the
A.'s IKE he's coming along first Negro athlete from Alabama -
VELVET CLAUDE. wait'll he gets used to the Flagler
to receive a grantinaid -
track. from a Southeastern Con- a
kennel. I
hot newcomer from the Stutz
PROSIT a new ference school..
had four winners last week.A .
Chuck Rhoe, track coach at '
University of Tennessee, announced ::, Afternoon and Night

BIG SURPRISE TO A NEWCOMERLast talking the action with Craig yesterdayafter here. Racing Each

Saturday your sports writer had the pleasure of meet- Actually, Rohe signed the '
ing and interviewing the first Negro Basketball player to win Hayes athlete late last spring. SaturdaySpearing p q1Ha
an Athletic Scholarship at the University of Miami. Willie The financial assistance depended .

Allen, 6'6", 230 Ibs., age 18, from Rockville, Maryland. His on Craig passing a college ; 6 4N 0ap
average of 25 points per game is not bad, he can play any kind entrance test.: + Yiia dOIJ N
of sport.He.is somewhat bashful,played in the summer league Tennessee recently won its etc
and gained a good deal of experience. Asked him how he felt fourth straight SEC track and
about being the first Negro to sign for basketball, he said it field championship.In .
does not enter his mind about the situation, but he has come the only meet Craig has II
to play, the same as the rest, Ron Godfrey, Head Coach, inform participated in this year, he ; .
? me, he is a scholar and a good student. Asked him if was clocked in 49 seconds flat
he is going to like it here, he said he hopes so. in a 440-yard dash.



,22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967

OEO Director of Civil Rights [ Buy TousToday


((1)) 3274 NW 68th St. 1 bedroom house.

War on Poverty With \ BROKER $50 down, $21 week. .

War On Viet Ham OPEN SUNDAY ((2)) 1527 NW 40th St. $1,000 down. 3 bed-

room, CBS home, carport, fenced yard. 2

This nation has the economic er on the West Coast Dr. NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYING years old.
to Dawkins told the convention,
resources support
both a $45 billion ,budget for "We have been marching, Modem 18th A'It.2 bedroom Fla. room CBS, jalousie on NW windows 89th T.rr., stove Near, ((3)) 3850 NW 170th St. $300 down. FHA 3

the War on Poverty and a $45 picketing, demonstrating, to refrigerator, air conditioner, dishwasher. Priceis bedroom CBS home, fenced yard.
into the mainstream of the
billion budget for the war in get $13,000. $1,000 down and takeover FHA pay
Vietnam, an Office of Economic American economy. We want of $86 month all. 3 bedroom CBS home.
means h St.
Opportunity official told| our share of the power and the per pays ((4)) 596 NW 69 -

the Southern Chrlstain Lead- money and the political offices Garage; carport, $300 down.
ership Conference in Atlanta]( of the mainstream of this affluent SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Dr. Maurice A.Dawkins. society.Wewant the Live rent Free Modern 2 bedroom CBS plus 1 ((5)) 2401 NW 151st St. 3 bedrooms, $300
assistant director of OEO for poor people of all races to participate bedroom income apartment. Large 2 car garage has down.
civil rights urged delegates to fully in the economic an extra shower, awnings$15.00.lot, stoves and
the 10th annual convention security that America makes refrigerators. FHA Price $450 down and
to help make the War on possible. $93.33 month. On NW 88th Terr., near 19th Ave. ((6)) 1917 NW 152nd' Ter.$250 down. $75 m'6.

Poverty an all-out drive for "As Negroes,we do not want
total victory by 1976. He said to settle for 'muddy creek'in NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPEWe ((7)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. 3 bedrooms,2 baths,

they should demand that Con some form of a separate have 2 like new beautiful homes in Carol City. $1,000 down.
gress allocate $10 to 18 billion state which would make that you can buy with $1,000 down and take over

a, year to finance the opera treaties with the national government FHA or VA payments. One is a 3 ((8)) Duplexes for Sale. Good terms.
tions of an expanded Office of mainstream." bedroom, 2 both and the other a 4 bedroom, 2
Economic Opportunity. He continued, "We must win bath home. Built-in kitchen, corner modern appliances APARTMENTS FOR RENT
The OEO civil rights official a total victory at home in the city water and pump and well' for sprinkler 22nd
14460 NW Ave. Opo-loclco.
disagreed sharply with Dr. War against ignorance,crime, system, central oil heat, Bor- -Q. wall to -
Robert Theobald, British disease and poverty,or vic- wall carpeting, tile patio, garage, etc. The bestl!
eocnomist who called for a tory abroad will be meaningless -
guaranteed annual income and and futile." OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
a tot Ii:I y new economic sys
tem. Very pretty 2 bedroom CBS in Opa-locka at1995! FORD REALTY,INC. Broker

t "The objective of the War on I "Any where In the world NW 155th St. Like new inside and out. Enclosed
' Poverty is to help people help you want to go" front porch, Fla. room, jalousie windows, fenced 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595
themselves break out of the ncKfjy tafT yard. and bargain at only $7,800 FHA with $250
down month. Vacant. We have key.
vicious cycle of poverty by $57.24
providing the boots so that they NO MORE *T OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
can pull themselves up by their NO QUALIFYING NO RED TAPE
own bootstraps. MIIIIJftn'TlUI'l"L: Pretty 2 bedroom frame home at 1043 NW 61st St. MING RESULTS

"Programs of Job training, BUPJIU"Your Now being painted inside and out, etc. to look
job development job place like new. Owner will sell at bargain with $300
ment are given priority by the Neighborhood Travel l down and $85 month pays all. House will be ft
OEO. More than 55 percent of Ag.ntl" ready in a few days.

the total OEO budget is devotedto A. n.or to you o> your SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Economic telephone. Give a coll.
provi ling jobs. us
Comer CBS on NW 89th st. Near 24th Ave. Cor
opportr ities in the form of Wo deliver. 1104 NW 3rdAv.
.. FR 98451. Chot. C. ('atouttt windows, awnings, stove refrig. ,
farmer's cooperatives, eco- North, Manager. large lot. FHA price only $9,800 with $..s00 down
nomic development corpora and $60.94 month. Near school, shopping and KittS Realty Inc.of .
,tions and housing development transportation.FIND ,
corporations are designed to
make it possible for the Realtors
poort Miami
determine their own destinyand TOOTHACHE
solve their own prob- Wtn.wthr.rwrt I Is MHMlN l.calf IM have a few 2, 5 and 6 unit properties that can
tain trim MA-Kl.. Sim4-nlwM. tarnwltf be bought with 10% down. Live free in
lems. f'"M h wk 4 lctl|, to>"l v( MirokkkifaraJol. one
...... ...
M- I.c.nwo.ods er easy
Referring to his own back- .,-.. .. apartment and collect income from the others.
ground as a civil rights lead- These are all modern CBS buildings in the best
.,l=. > neighborhoods. Move right in. No red tape. '
.1601 NW 89' STREEt

Large 2 bedroom home, extra large Fla room, enclosed *
Roof Leaking ??? NO RED TAPE NO QUALI FYING garage, open front porch. FHA terms. Located -
on large corner lot.
Very pretty 2 bedroom frame home. Large Fla
CALL BLOSSOM ROOFINGThe room, carport, modern stove and refrigerator.Very 825 NW 83 STREET

Leak King nicely landscaped lot. House and property 3 bedroom, refrigerator, stove, awn Ing I, carport.,
well kept and neat. Bargain at $8,500 with $800
Licensed & Insured nicely landscaped. $100 to vets.
down and $75 month. Near shopping, school, bus.
Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room,
as little as $10.00 down
carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 'down.
WE ALSO INSTALL WINDOWS & AWNINGS Large corner fenced yard, wall to wall carpeting,
Fla room, terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, gas
CALL BLOSSOM NOW 691-2650 2161 NW 100 STREET
heat, stove and refrigerator. This beauty is only
$11 000 FHA with $400 down and $79.61 month Almostnew, 2 bedroom, custom built double car-
On pSth St. and corner of 18th Avenue. porte, $350 down FHA terms. Vets $100 down.

... 1095 85

CARL TON YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMESFOR Beautiful 3 bedroom, Flo room, refrig., stove,
{ REALTY ... 2 bedroomsgarage Fla roomfurn.
Only $14,500
.v Real Estate is the most solid security you can
Cravera Lakes area.
y' own. It is ever increasing in value and is the
a. (BROKER) safest' means of investing money. NO QUALIFYING HOMES
ty ...
1 6353117H. More money Is made in Real Estate than in all WATERFRONT HOME
other investments combined. The wise man of 9440 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

Serves Miami today investshis money in real estate. 2 bedroom with large Fla room, completely furn.
((1)) CBS FHA 2 bdrms 1 bath $2500 down. Move right in.
screened porch, No investment on earth is so safe, so sure, so
k, din. area. $10,000, $300 down. $62.me. certain to enrich its owneras Real Estate. 8515 NW 14 COURT

((2)) CBS 1 bedroom home. $65 month. Fenced. Good condi
FHA CORNER,2 bdrms, 1 bath, Fla.rm .
$11,800, $400 down, $78.24 monthly. tlon.
3120 NW 12 AVENUE
((3)) FHA CBS, 3 bdrms, 1 bath, liv. rm, din.rm Darling 2 bedroom Fla
room, Only
kitchen & breakfast nook, w-w carpets, .... $1,000 down.Move right in.
fenced, IK lots, $13,000, $400 down.$80.8Omo .-
When you own a home you own something permanent INCOME PROPERTY
real. something that, if intelligently 1861 NW 42 STREET
$16,000, $600 down, $98.78 monthly. chosen, will provide foryour old age. Buy a home Almost new 1 bedroom duplex. FHA terms. Total
I NO QUALIFYINGa and keep It; someday It will keep you. price $11,000. $250 down.

( ) CBS CORNER, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, llv rm, C
din rm. kitchen, Fla rm, ut. rm, fenced. $12- 2311 NW 95 TERRACE
500, J750 down, $95 monthly.b REALTYBROKER Gorgeous custombuilt duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla.
( ) CBS CUSTOM BEAUTY bdrm,2bath room each side, huge closets. 6 new.
liv rm, din. rm, built in K, huge Fla porch ,
carport, must .... $18,900. $3100 down. $135 HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE

mo. pays all. 4932 NW 7th Ave. SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
K, din area, liv rm, Fla rm, ut. rm, cpt., Drive PL 9-4371 MIAMIHOUSINGPROJECTS.'VETERANS.CALL RENEWAL AREA,
by 1800 NW 35th St. Then call. $15,500, $1500, TO SEE IF YOU ;
down, bank financing. Open Evenings Sundays PHONE CALL AWAY.QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A

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! THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 15, 1967 23''-

FOR SALEThe O'Brien's cleaning and

CLASSIFIED ADS beauty beauties,3 bedroom the return or information Pressing of 6916 NW 15th Ave
2 bath, if you are look leading to the return of a nue will be closed during the

ing for something unusual in MUkor Matic F 1.4 Lens months of October through De

15 WORDS OR LESS SI.5O. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. decoration of Fla. room then Camera, lost last week in the cember. Please call for your

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON you must see this to appreciate vicinity of the Miami Times.

it FHA approved for $20,000 Call FrankJohnsonc635-4748. work.USED

I FOR SALt' FOR SALESR FOR SALE drive by 8920 NW 8th Ave., CARS

Brand new horn 3 bedroom, 2 22's FILED then call Fenster' Realty'I31'bker HELP WANTED
151 50th OOO 759-8779. FOR SALEBANK
St.FHA$12,5 ; .
bath on open t lot next to my Save $ E -Z term, Auto- ;
tile roof oak floors like
4015 NW 24th Ave. Phone Mr. homelife. Able Insurance. inside and out, attached new No qualifying, beautiful cor- Career Woman Earn $100 REPOSSESSIONS

Stanley PL 13604.On : Agency, Inc., 811 NW 54th St., ner, 2 bedroom home plus ef- week and up. National Corporation 1964 Pontiac Grand-Prix
garage, large dining room,
Miami, Phone:757.5842,Open I modern kitchen no closing ficency, fenced yard, a terrific now expanding In this 2 door hard-top, air cond.,
NW 45th St., near NW 2 Ave. 7 days. costs $400.00 down, Vets buy, across from Minor Prk area desires well-groomed power steering, power
i Home and income 2 CBS beau -- ( good terms. Drive by 1301 NW woman for supervisory capa- brak., power windows,
$100.00)) $83.05 monthly hur-
ties on 1 lot. Front house 2 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH 50th St., then call us Fenster city. Challenging position with radio. $2036.00
ry! hurry 1 Aetna Realty * *
, bedroom, 1 bath large Fla. Total Price $17,600 pay down (Broker), 811-NW 54th Street, Realty (Broker) 7598779. future. Direct sales, recruit 1965 Dodge Coron.t 500

I room.. Rear house 1 bedroom, $4,600 and assume $13,000 Phone: 757-5724, Open 7 days. ing and training experience 2 door hardtop, bucket
1 bath completely furnished. mortgage at $109 month pays house: Open Sunday 2- 6 helpful. For Confidential interview seats, console automatic

Close to school, shopping and all. This beautiful very large 720 NW 53rd Street p.m. 1220 NW 88th St. Owner Phone: 633-6682. transmission, pow.r steerIng -
no qualifying
+ bus. No qual Uylng. No red horn, is on 100 x 140 Ft. lot. anxious, 3 bed, 2 bath, FHA -..--..-. radio. $1995.00
huge 4 bedroom, bath, * *
Take over existing FHA Wall to wall stove home with
rape. carpet refrigerator carpet, a bighorns
extra vacant lot, garage completely 1967 Plymouth, 4 door,
? Mortgage. At real low inter- dryer. A must see, fenced, stove, refrigerator carports Priced right, so 'CHILD CARE Fury t, air cond., power
est of 5 1/4%$2700 down, $110 A. Ben- Korl, Realtor, Call air-cond. lots of come by Sunday to discuss Older lady to sit with boy even- steering, radio. $2790.00
pays all. Atlantic and Pacific anytime 7512243. furniture, total, plus terms. Fenster Realty (Broker ings,both parents work,transportation * *
12500.00, 1963 Pontiac
furnished mornings. convertible,
Realtors6660411.. )
i 1500.00 down. Good monthly radio, power steering.
1210 LITTLE RIVER DR. 633-7792.
term;. You must see today.
No qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla.room ,
Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW FOR RENT
room bath CBS, carport, large garage on the canal, 54th Street Phone 757-5724

1 large yard take over FHA. 1mortgage prestige$22,500 assume home. mortgage Total price of Open 7 days.Mahogany,. : Office Space For Rent
already placed
Room in home. Will rent to a
$1200 down $83 month pays all $13,000, at $114.08.Open Sunday double bed with
quiet middle age sober man Upstairs office available in
Atlantic and Pacific Realtors. 3 to 6 p.m. A. Ben-Kori matching Simmons springsand space
666-0411. Realtor call anytime 751-2243 mattress $35; also double work days. 634-9654. Lincoln National I Bank Building

hollywood bed with matching 6013 NW 17th Avenue
Nice 3 bedroom 1 bath 2 HOUSES
Florida room, Enclosed front 2079 NW 91st St.,drive by then mattress $30; all for mica! desk Large 2 window store, busy Air conditioning. Offstreet parking.

CBS tile roof hard- call. Total price with $35; 5 station masco intercom location. Good anykind of bus-
porch, Reasonable.CALL .
with master control board$90
wood floor, wall to wall car- $3,000 down, for 2 houses. 2 ; ness. Reasonable rent.741 NW
3 station bogan$35;lawyers 62nd Street. Phone 866-8757. 7594431MR.. REEVE OR MR. MACKwww
pet, fenced, across street from bedroom, 1 bath plus 1 bed- building 13740 NW 7th Avenue.
Central High. FHA $14,000, room, 1 bath this is wonderful 6813831. Indef.

$450 down $86 month. Vet income property. A. Ben- 1 nice, quite furnished room in
erans or displaced i persons Kori Realtor 612 NW 60th St. desirable location. Businessor
59 Chev. station wagon. As is
$100 down. Atlantic'.:pacific. Call anytime 7l-2243. $80. 8120 NW 14th Ct. professional to share lovely !
Realtors 666-0411. home. Ladies only. 265 NW 42 GORTON'SSHRIMP

NO QUALIFY 2155 NW 93rd St., CBS 2bed- Street.
By owner. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, Total price $10,600 with $2- room, Fla.room,carport, Im- '--- PRODUCTS HAS PERMANENT
CBS with sprinkler system 600 down assume. mtg. of $8- Room.settled couple or settled

supplied by well, carpet, 000 at $85.00 month. 1824 NW down mediate, $10,100 posession.mortgage$1,500, $78 lady. Reliable person or per OPENINGS FOR MALE AND FEMALE.. NO

drapes and built In wooden 92nd St. Neat clean fenced, a month pays all. Will take sec sons. Come to 826 NW76thSt. EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. EXCELLENT
hutch. 12000. with $1,150. good buy. A. Ben-Kori, Real-
ond mortgage as partial down
down buys our equity. 5 1/4% tor. Call anytime 7512243. payment. Call owner 688- Small neat efficiency. Com WORKING CONDITIONS AND FRINGE

FHA mortgage at $86.00 per 2948 evenings or all day Sat. pletely furnished. Free water BENEFITS. APPLY MORNINGS AT 7$01
month, p., I. and taxes. 1220 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH or Sunday.Lot. and lights. $16.50 per weak.
NW 84 Terrace 693-1274. Total price $16,000 apply and Small deposit. 6912650. Call NW 25th AVENUE.

bank of after4p.m NW 86th Ave and
Sept. 22 qualify mortgage $11,- 2 Blk. 18
200, this is a lovely home in 20th Ave.Furnished.
50 x 100
Lot on NW 62nd Street between best area. wall.to wall.carpet NE 152nd Street 16th Avenue
air conditioned beautiful large e ff fee n c I
18th and 19th Aves. Call 691- North Miami Beach y
0685. Alonzo Kelly. yard. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor PL 7-0973 Washington Park with enclosed porch. 73rd St. FEMALE OFFICE
Oct. 6 612 NW 60th St. Call anytime and Miami A veQUe.$20 a weck

751-2243. plus electricity. Phone 757- Help Wanted
3 bedroom home with or without
Duplex $450 down NW 32nd st., furniture. By owner 9762

Near 12th Ave.CBS, 2 bed each POOL HOME $1,000 down 2230 NW 87th St. With Switchboard ExperienceCon

side $15,000 total price. FHA 4 bedroom, 2 bath pool home Call 444-9546. Furn. 1 bed apt. $22 weekly gen 101 I Surroundings,Excellent Fringe

terms, $120 mo. pays all.Call unbelieveable at $17,500 only Includes lights, gas,water,
Benefits. $60 week
down and mort- waste removal. 2221 NW 57th to start.
Rose Sundays and nights. PL $3,300 assume
Duplex, CBS, 1 bed apt., each
7-3887 Central Dade Realty gage. Large fenced lot.Lots of Street. APPLY:
side furnished. Corner lot
.. ...
Realtors wonderful features a must see. -- -
814 SW 27th Ave. $1,000 down 92-26 NW 18th NORTON TIRE COMPANY
448-4489. A. Ben-KorIRealtor any Nice room men prefer red. Hot
Ave. Call 4449546. 5300 NW 21th AVENUE
time 751-2243. water. Cooking prlvilegel 633-

1951 NW 152nd Street. Great 1895 NW 81st Ter., 4 bedroom, 3731.
... .
est Lots of Lots all sizes -- -
bargin. Repossession. 2 bath CBS corner lot 2 car
Buy direct from bank. No Lot 75x100price$1,500.00Easy garage, underground Room in heart of Liberty City
closing cost. No qualifying terms we buy and sell modern furnishings. 696-4570
sprinkler system. $17,500
Move: right in. 3 bed, Fla room, Baron JE 8-1340 FHA $700 down. --- EDISON Specials
oak floors, city waterlow Lovely room in convenient location -

taxes. 235-2958. 1151 NW 89th St., CBS, 3 bedroom FHA approved 2 bed plus nice middle age lady

garage, tile roof, oak Fla. preferred. Call 751-0294
large room, garage,
.... ....
floors stove refrigerator TO SEE THE FOLLOWING
RICHMOND HEIGHTS hardwood floor, large enoughfor CALL EDISON
15010 Polk St., 6 rooms, 3 bed- screened pool, must be seen a 3 bed,beautiful new area, Nice room In private home! PROPERTIES OR BETTER YETSTOP BY OUR
rooms. Cost $11,000, $350 ooday FHA $17,000.00 only priced below FHA only $450 with TV $13. Call 696-5239
.. ... OFFICE.
down $80 month. Mar.Dan Associates $700.00 down (Vets $300.00) down $100 to vet vet"atremen -- -
1698 Coral Way. HIi no closing costs $104.55 dous val ue" shown by ap- Efficiency apts. ideal for 1 ((1))) 4 bedroom CBSplus Fla roomtilt roof. Fine

i 5-2557. monthbe first call Aetna pointment only call in for person, No more than 2. Gas for largo family. $350 down FHA.

i Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th appointment to show. Fenstei and water furnished.$15 week. ((2)) Largo 3 b.droom,2 bath home. $350 down FHA.

See 8927 NW 21st Ave. Any- Street, Phone: 757-5724, Open Realty, Broker, 759-8779 Phone 633-2429 or 693-1187. ((3)) Beautiful POOL home. On 2 lots. No qualify
..... ...
one can buy.Big kitchen equip- 7 days. ing. Low down payment.

ped home. Big lot. 112x230, $350 down, only $100 down to Rooms 1430 NW 68th S:. ((4)) Wide selection of duplexes. FHA or bank

many extras. $15,00 total$450 1310 NW 88th Street FHA any Vet. or displaced person. -- terms or No qualifying.
down FHA. Hite Realty, 696- 21000.00 bedroom, 2 bath This FHA, 2 bed home, Fla. Modern furnished room with ((5)) Vacant lots. R-l and C4. Reasonable. ')0

6631 anytima. Florida room, carporte, air- room fenced yard, near all conveniences including ((6)) 5 units plus 50x140 vacant lot. 1 aero all to*

conditioned, central heat, and schools, busses, shopping in cooking. Men: only. Call 754- gether. 1 house has 3 bedroom, 2 bath, near

$400 DOWN-$77 MONTH much more, only $1,200.00down perfect location. Total price 1452. 36th St. & 11th Ave. Only $27,500 total prico.

LUXURY DOLL HOUSE (Vets $800.00), no clos- $11,800, drive by 6535 NW 6th ---- ((7)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Very clean home. $2,000
Must 2 bedroom, costs $127.00 if STORK 16 x 33 CBS concrete
Seel! large ing monthly Ave., then call us 759-8779. down. No qualifying.
carport, Fla. room large kit you really want the very best roof. Ideal restaurant Sun-
bath home. Fenced No
bedroom 1 yard.
chen plenty of cabinets, with you must see this house today. "No qualifying" This large, dry, etc. 320 NW 22nd Lane. ((8)) 3 ,
carpets, tile roof, huge lot Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW large, CBS 2 bed home, Just Call 2266141.MISCELLANEOUS. I' qualifying. Only
sprinklers, hurry for this. See 54th Street, Phone: 757-5724, done over in and outFla..
room central air condition ,
9800 NW ;25th Avenue. Owner Open 7 days. ,
693-2631. reverse cycle, garage, extra Learn to play the piano, child- TERMS AND NO QUALI FYING.

large utility in rear big lot] ren and adult classes. Morningor YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
qualifying -
WATERFRONT 810 NW 83rd Street- Fenced "A closed in area" afternoon. 6356737.
tile roof all $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
CUSTOM-BUILT HOMES ,.3 bedroom, County taxes only, substantialdown -.-.. DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
Only 4 left, hurry for the fin CBS, total price $13,500.00, payment: Don't miss it. $300 REWARD
est homes to be built on a beau- take over existing mortgageof Drive by 1950 NW 55thSt,then For information leading to recovery ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE

tiful lake. See lots at NW 93rd $11,500.00, $88.00 monthly call Fenster Realty PL 9-8779 of Stolen 1963 Belalr LOOKING FOR, COME I IN TO SEE US.

St and 12th Ave., call Builder pays everything move today White Station wagon, licence OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
6932631. Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY number 1 W 63743. Call 238- '""
54th Street, Phone: 757-5724, Grocery meat market and 5771 or 235-7131.
CONCESSION TRUCK Open 7 days.BUSINESS building, well established. -. ..-
Fully equipped mobile restau- Property consists of 2 stores, Having difficulties? EDISON UftltYr: tealtors
rant concession. permanent OPPORTUNITY occupied by market and 1 Need a blessing?

location. Original cost of Barber shop 2043 NW95thSt., rented. $8,500 down good attend the religious spiritual
truck $14,000, asking$10,000, make offer. Hite Realty, 696- terms, Mr. Lerner 2090 NW meeting for information caU 175 N.W 62nd 7SW441I :

will finance. Phone: 3731225or 6631. 75th Street. 759-0707. '


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Border Patrol I II

()TAiAcTio1v'V Has Jobs For

Young MenThe

Border Patrol is seeking s
f ..rf young men Interested in tiM
law enforcement work The
jobs are open to all races,said
Robert L. Woytych, district
I director of the Immigrationand
Naturalization Service.

f Salaries start at $6,451 a
S t year, with an automatic raiseto n + t tr
$7,303 after completing the
ia'rub first year successfully.A bonus
of 15 per cent is added to
? r qj<. ,this to compensate for the Irregular -
duty hours involved.No .

law enforcement experience
is necessary, but applicants
t '
T must pass a written test
l : land an oral interview. A des

!criptive booklet and applica- Metro Commissioner Lewis B. Whitworth congratulates
,tion forms can be obtained at Metro Transit Authority Operator Johnnie E.
,the post office or from the Immigration Adderly as he prepares to drive out one of MTA I s new
t and Naturalization air conditioned buses. The MTA presently I operates
i wu corn 'Service. nearly 200 air conditioned coaches on a total of 39 routes
throughout Dade County. More than 600 bus operatorsare
employed to handle the work assignments.
Negro owned and operated
I Illinois Federal Savings and
China Valles Joins The Clan Loan Association in Chicagohas Teachers Demand Sessioncontinued
assets totaling more than
L i1' Charles "China" Valles, popular Miami disc jockey and newscaster has landed $13 million. ( from page 1) until 30 days notice has been
\: a contract with the Florida/ Beverage Corporation. Coupled with an intensive air v-- "It would strain the capacityof given the School Board.
coverage, China will make personal contacts to Miami retailers and consumers en- a'third generation computer "CTA has never run from
rolling new members to the smooth social set.A tried and proven item, Clan McGregorhas TOOTHACHE to report the inaccuracies, battle,yet, and we have no intention
DMl Mffw Many. SroebMni: ta ncwtdiMM half truths contradictions and of doing so now," he
peaked the charts in sales for ,
new the past 12 months. Pictured are Yale Binder |tt rtMtf from (Ml*
sales supervisor, Florida Beverage Corp. China Valles M M-MMTl. IOM. Until ) CM M yourjwtlit. sheer political chicanery con.
; Allan Margolispres' MM Drillltm Is-us OM-IEL MC> said.The
dent WMBM and Jeff Wershill .. ., -, ..... .. tained in his message to the Dade County Education
general of .
manager Florida Beverage Corp.Watch out tilt ASS iteniiKfot for ,
for China and "Join the Clan./ .". Glamour Photo. people and teachers of Association was accused by
ar.-J.-. =.t; ,Florida.' the teachers of"unethical'action

Tornillo said "an unholy al- in opposing the use of

I,:: The Miami Post OFF Office Has $364,117 For YouIs certain liance" .few of Republicans Democrats"and help-"a The sanctions teachers and resignations.also voted to

ed Kirk block any meaningful deny them CTA membership.Mrs. .
your money still in the said that since July 1. more nearest Post Office and ask for Your account will be checked legislation to improve education Dean and other teach
Post Office? Go and get it. than $90,000 has been claimedby POD Form 315. Fill it out and 2 per cent interest will be this year. ers complained that their con
The Miami Postal Districthas 213 local residents, but return it to the Post Office andit added to your principal and a He said that the CTA will cern for overall improvement
$364,117 for 15,321 Dade there is still more than$364- will be mailed to the Postal check will be mailed to you. stick to its pledge to use mass in education n such as
County folk who hold postal 000 left. Data Center in Washington, But you must hurry, Dunlap resignations as an' "ultimate smaller classes, kindergartens -
savings certificate. If you are To get your money,go to the D. C. says. sanction if other efforts fail." Improved textbooks,
one of that number go to a Post Tornillo said resignations adequate teacher aides,etc.:
Office as soon as you can and will not be submitted unless at has been given far less pub
apply for your money before least half the CTA members licity than efforts to improve
the Post Office Department in agree to participate, and not salaries.
Washington closes the books i.th&ACT
and puts the money in the general -

Congress fund. voted in 1966 to TODAY IMMEDIATE OPENINGSEXCELLENT

abolish the Postal Savings
Certificate plan and gave the EARNINGS OPPORTUNITY
local post offices until June 30,

accounts. Many persons got
their money but a large num (Supply Limited). FOR THE PRIVILEGE OF PERMITTING US TO



(Effective October 1, 1967))

'Any "*.,. In the world
yu want U 90"NOMO&E4T SOCIAL gffi SECURITY
Starting Base Rate $2.29 hour
ne r $2.40 after 6 months $2.52 after 18 months


"YflIW Nelghborh..d' Tr.wtAponte" M MMtltMfl lr....u..OVMMMMT Ten ((10)) Paid Holidays Annually

A* n*.r to you .. yew srorrrNL e Two ((2)) Weeks Paid Sick Leave
,fUphon. Glv. vi a call. -
*. dall. .,. 1104 NW 3rd Two ((2)) Weeks Paid Vacation .
Av FR 9-8451. Ch u. C.
North, Manag.r.w Phone 564-9631 for Appointment .
$60 Cash Uniform Allowance each year
Brokerage Welcome

Travel time Allowance

Mail This Clipping TODAY.'
SAVE UP TO 40% Report and Turn-in Time Allowances
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Auto InsuranceLiability Name Age 1I I 1 I Time and One-Half after 44 hours per.week

PhysicalDamage Address Occupation 1 $6,000 Life Insurance Coverage

( to box Numbers, Mease) j
22 FilingMo
Group Hospitalization with
City State 1 Major Medical
One Refused Zip Code 1

GOOD DRIVERSNo Social Security No. Phone Many other outstanding benefits
Finance Charge
as little as 1 Please Print Plainly j jp
Metro Transit has
Authority immediate for
15% DOWN ---------------------______________- qualified safe" drivers openings
age 21 to 45, Florida Chauf
: AT SHELL'S CITY We are Licensed In Florida feur's license required, normal vision and heorinj,
(South Door) glasses permitted. '

I PLAZA INSURANCE Medical Insurance Department 's $10 TRAINING PAY PER DAY

AGENCY 229 Commercial Boulevard Suite 208 .
;t'.. Phone: 754.4951 Lauderdale By The Sea, Florida 33308 APPLY DADE COUNTY PERSONNEL DEPT.
' : 5941 NW 7th Avenue 1351 NW $$251'. 5th FLOOR JUSTICE BLDG.
\ This Offer Restricted to Persons 21 and Over

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