The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 45, No. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1967 24 PAGES -15 ;i

",," Negro Doctors Excluded In 1.' jf(a

Planning. $1.6 Million Center :: :

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It's the same old story.. the employ 200 persons, many living It Is not felt that Negro doctors
white man: plans for us Insteadof in the Slums who would be will be excluded from the "',
with us. hired and trained as aides. program when it gets started.,
This seems to be the refrain The program is basically The beef comes eliminating
coming from Negro medicalmen established for persons living Negro doctors in the initial
in the Miami area who at the poverty level but no one planning stages of the pro- "
have been completely left out will be turned away., The cen- gram. It is quite certain that
in the planning of the$1.6 million ter is scheduled to open around the Negro doctors here are
family health care center January 1968.: more knowledgeable as to the
'#7 for the Liberty CityBrownsville The OEO has contractedwith health and social problems in
area. the University of Miami their area.
"'" ,..... The 24-hour health center Medical Schoool to adminis- Local doctors are so incensed -
was authorized In July when strate the program, and the at their exclusion that
the federal government granted school has not seen fit to con- they have gone over the local
'. ]!..',: Dade County the antipoverty sult with the Negro doctors in EOPI heads and made a direct
funds. The center will the area. complaint to Washington.More .

Metro Told Districts Only Man Falls IK Armed Robbery- -

Path Of ins;

Means Of RepresentationSeveral KilledIra Gangs Terrifying )

Negroes met with ly frustrated by the white com to press for election of Metro 1
Metro Commissioners TUes- munity. commissioners by districts. Merkersoo, 46, was killed 1
day and complained about what "Oh, shut up,shut up," Boyd Carroll said that it is the Monday when he fell froma CommunityA
they termed a lack of political said a n g r 1 l,. "Don't stand only way a Negro can be elected street corner and into the
representation in the county. there and say you'll take to the to the commission. Com- path of an MTAbus,police re- I I
Sparks flew at some points streets." missioners live In districts, ported. wave of armed robberies than $10,000 in cash
buring the session. Rolle continued, but was interrupted but are elected countywide.Boyd Merkerson, who lived at in the Coconut Grove and was reported taken. The rob-
Vice Mayor Joe Boyd, by Mayor Chuck Hall said probably Negroes 1036 NW 63rd St., was standing Northwest areas In recent bers also took watches,rings,
speaking in a conciliatory tone, who acted as peacemaker."We should be on the board,but ad- at NW 12th Ave., and 20th weeks has hung an uneasy pall radios and other 'valuables I
after the..hour hearing, told swim In a sea of prejudice ded that persons.should be St., when a bus driven by 27- over local merchants and from the shelves of the store. '\
tthe lS-memberdelegation: ...It's easy to get swept selected'on.the basis,of qualifications rear old Gus*Frank passed .shopkeepers. ( ..?. The men J?escaped throu hthej[ ? .;b r *I?wfront ,
"It yOft scream at us and we away, butweshould not recriminate and not 3ustbecause making a"r1ihrf riLI'r" Miami police are? keeping a door and police'have reported +
scream at you, it's only be. against each "they're black or white." As the vehicle reached three sharp eye out for an organized no arrests,in the case.
QUI :we understand the ur. other," Hall said. The present commission and quarters of the way into 20th gang of five to seven men Things got so t bad In the Coconut
gency of the problem. Earl J. Carroll, presidentof the community in general have St., Merkerson stumbled for whose trademark during rob- Grove business area
Rolle accused Boyd of mispronouncing -' the Dade Young Democratic done more to help Negroes and ward and the right rear bus beries are sawed-off shot along Grand Ave. and Douglas
the word'Negro/ Association,. requested the erase discrimination than tire passed over his body. A guns. Rd. that merchants were forced
making it sound like 'Nigra. hearing. anywhere in the country,Boyd fire and rescue team Jacked up This gang struck the J&J to lock their doors during
Boyd bad strong words earl Carroll has been the most said. the bus to remove Merkerson.On Drug and Department Store at daylight and admit customers
ier with Cecil Rolle,presidentof consistent fighter for voter Rolle said the Negro com- arrival at Jackson Memorial 1410 NW 62nd Street Sunday only upon identification.
the All-Peoples DemocraticClub districting.This munity was becoming Impa- Hospital he was found night. About 10 o'clock six or Robberies are on the rise
who said Negroes had no was the second time in tient and something should be dead. seven men armed with shot- and the 'short handed police -
alternative but to"take to the four weeks that Carroll ap- done before the situation gets police are seeking witnes- guns and pistols swarmed into department can't seem to
streets" if they're continual- peared before the commission out of hand. ses who fled the scene.. the store and forced the cus- cope with the situation. Lib-
, tomers and clerks to lie downon erty City and Brownsville
the floor.They proceeded to merchants are certain that
lias ChargedNAACP clean out the cash registersand more foot patrolmen are need-
! 3 Integrated Prep Football D.aldR.I.slll..t Ums.take the wallets of the vic ed in are the concentrated.areas where businesses

Games Go Smooth I Metro Votes

4 of Teachers :

4A A Miami high school athletes 50 racially mixed school, lost, High Stingarees. St. The National
and sports fans proved to 28- 12 to Southwest High, a Dade County was not the only Association for the Ad-
everyone how mature they predominantly ,white school. one inFlorida to begin inte- vancement of Colored Peoplehas Tighter Gun
were las Thursday night at The third integrated gamein grated high school competition. filed a Federal lawsuit on .
t Junior College Stadium when three days was played Saturday BrowardandHilsboroughcounties behalf of seven Negro teachers
more than 8,000 fans saw Miami : night when Miami Jackson both sent their two
Pinellas County
charging :
Northwestern score a 33- High, 80 per cent Negro, best Negro teams against School officials with racial Control Law
21 victory over Miami Central won 13-7 over predominantlywhite white high schools with disastrous discrimination.
in the first integrated football suit Dnlard
Coral Park re I High Marvin Davies, NAACP
game played here. It wasa Close sports observersthink lost to Fort Lauderdale High Florida state field director, Initial approval was given try to obtain masters'licensesas
good hard fought, and cleanly the real test of a good Negro and Blanche Ely got beaten by says that the suit charges that Monday by Metro commis- Independent contractors.
played game and there were team against a good white MacArthur. In Tampa it was all the teachers, on continuing sioners to two controversial Metro Building and Zoning
no racial incidents on the fieldor team will come tonight(Sept. the same story with both Blake contract, were denied continued ordinances and a tightening of Department will now handle
in the stands. 21) when Miami Jackson takeson and Middleton getting beaten employment because of their conflict of interest was the Job of giving and grandingthe
The only fracas occurred on the perennially tough Miami by white schools. their color. ordered. exams.
the field when two players got The NAACP's suit asking The ordinances involve con- The Dade construction industry
into a fight, but it turned out the court to en join the Pinellas tractors' examing boards and contended strenuously
that both were Negroes. Milwaukee Balks After 22 School System from refusingto the control firearms-sales. against the ordinance, and its
Central, smaller and less employ the plaintiffs as commission voted spokesmen argued that their
experienced, surprised of teachers at the St. Petersburg unanimously to increase from representatives on the boardsare
Northwestern by taking a 14- Days Demonstrations Junior College pending a final 24 hours to 72 hours the perioda best able to determine the
13 half-time lead. But as soon hearing and determination as prospective buyer must wait qualification of would-be
as Allen Phillips warmed up Pressed by 22 days of housing ponded and f o r c e f u 1 demonstrations to the teachers' rights. after ordering a firearm froma contractor.A .
his passing arm and Ray demonstrations, Milwaukee if open housing is not The suit also requests thata dealer in Dade County. public hearing and readingwill
Mathis started running his deft aldermen delayed final action adopted. The Rev. James three-Judge court be immediately The City Commission led in be in the next month.
pass patterns it was all over. Tuesday on two contro- Groppi, white Roman Catholic ,convened to determinethe passing the 72-hour law last The commission also told
Phillips hit Mathis with four versial open housing plans. priest who led the protests, constitutionality of a 1965 week. The county law will be County Attorney Thomas
touchdown passes of 6, 28, 22 The measures were sent to warned "there's going to be Florida law which authorizesthe heard on October 3. Gun deal Briton to tighten the conflictof
and 50 yards. It was one of the the city attorney's office for trouble" unless open housing firing of certain teachers ers and others have opposed it. interest law .- which would
greatest pass catching exhibitions an opinion on their legality and passes. "without any comparison of 'The commission passed on prohibit anyone being paid by
ever seen in the stadium. constitutionality.Negro Groppi and the demonstrators their qualifications with thoseof first reading the ordinance the county from representing
Integrated play continued on alderman, Mrs. Vel along with white oppon- other faculty members" which abolished six boards ad- clients before any county
Friday night when Kill Ian High Phillips, author of one of the ents open housing, lined the when schools are consolidated. ministering exam to mem- board, including the commis
near Richmond Heights, a 50- proposals, warned of more ex- chambers of City Hall. bers of the building trades who sion.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 22, 1967

I Ground BreakingFor. $10 Million College Campus Sunday I IAn

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historic occasion takes in 1951 at which time i il t t to the Negro National Anthemin Augustine two years ago en-
the oldest colleges in the stat 9 I levels of education in the State name
place in Miami, this Sunday of Florida, will begin the con- of Florida and particularly inn wa3 known as Florida Normaland 1900, which was sung for choir.the Dr.couraged Martin by Luther KKK elements
when ground breaking cere- struction of nine buildings o t the area of higher education. Industrial Institute. The first time by the college King madean
monies for Florida Memorial a campus the total cost oj:f The difficulties experienced in original name was adopted in The choir, by the way,is one appearance as did Mrs,
College takes plaice: at 4-.00 which will come to over $10-> the State legislature in creat- 1918 when the school relocated of the finest musical groups of Malcolm Peabody, the 80 year
old mother of
p.m. at,Us new site. ,NW 156thSt. 000,000. ing funds for a new state uni- fromJacksonvilletoSt.Au- its kind in the nation and has Massachusetts.the Governor of
and LfJftunfrffo ''V Florida Memorial Collegeis i versity in Dade County makes gustine at the invitation of the won several outstanding were
predominantly Chamber of Commerce of the awards, Jailed by city police
rh"1t"rol a dream come true especially the appearance of Florida
"Negr6 institution which in consideration of th s Memorial College so much latter city.Founded. Interest in the college has The racial climate affectedthe
is Baptist related and one of difficulties that now exist in alHumphrey 1 I more significant. as the Florida Bap- been given impetus through the ability of the college to interact .

--- With over 25,000 studentsnow tist Academy in 1892 in Jack- grant of $1,000,000.00 under with the commonityand
the United States both students and a 60% White
Title III by
at the Mlami-DadeJunior sonville, the current four year
College and a terminal point liberal arts school was little Government and by support faculty found themselves in
there of two years,this newest more than a kind of junior col- given in the addition to the advisory isolation.
board of Senators The Board of Trustees de-
for and
four year liberal arts school lege Negro youngsters
will be a boon to the many was a result of a merger of the Ernest Gruening, Alaska, cided to move.
young students who simply are Florida Baptist Institute, organized Thomas J. Dood, Conn., The relocation to Miami will
unable to leave Miami,who are in 1879 by the American Stephen M, Young,Ohio,Spes- add a third small college to the
r unable to pay the fees of most Baptist Homo Mission Society sard L.Holland, Florida,Gov- skyline of this city; however,
four year universities, and ; and the Florida Baptist ernors Haydon Burns, Floridaand more important, it will give an
who require the opportunity Academy, established by Manuel F. L. Guerrero, opportunity for both Negro and
14y. i ii for obtaining Jobs while still Bethel Institutional Baptist Guam, and writer, Phillip White youth, who cannot afford
attending college. Church in Jacksonville.By Wylie. ohe high fees of the other

It is expected that when 1941 another merger Like many: Negro institu- schools setting.
Florida Memorial College took place with the Live Oak tions, Florida Memorial Col- For Negro youth,parUcu-
opens its doors in Sept. 1968 Institute. lege, had to live through a garly, and for the Negro community
with 750 students, it will redouble In 1950 the school lost its crisis in race relations when Florida Memorial
the amount of space that accreditation by the Southern racial unrest developed in St. College will meet a great need,

is now being built. Association of S c h o o 1 s and -
Colleges because of financial
In recognition of this great difficulties and the inability GORTON'SSHRIMP
potential growth the
the school to meet the new edu-
advisory board will meet Sept.
cational demands of a society
26 at the Algiers hotel, Miami
that had changed as a result of
1 Beach, for the purpose of go- World War II. OPENINGS FOR MALE AND FEMALE., NO
Ing into full study and consid-
eration of an expansion pro- A administration,whichis EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. EXCELLENT
gram. current, assumed respon-
sibility in 1951 under Dr. WORKING CONDITIONS AND FRINGE

The movement of Florida Royal W. Puryear,and the col-
Memorial from its
College lege grew in a curriculum
present location in St. Augus- geared toward training teach- NW 25th AVENUE.
Endorses Negro tine to Miami signifies a pil- ers for elementary and secondary -
I grimnuge since it represents schools as well as reli
leaving an area of darkness to gion.
Candidate For MayorWashington a more enlightened comnunity NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!

which represents itself as a Graduates of the school NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
U. C. Vice Senators Birch Bayh anc progressive city in the area of have, through the years, dis-
President Hubert Humphrey Vance Hartke. race relations,culture,indus- tinguished themselves in edu- COOKS BUSBOYS
challenged the citizens of Also attending the receptioi I 1 try and interest in education. cation and other related fields. DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
Gary, Indiana to judge the from Indiana were Lt. Gov,. The best known graduate is en- STATION DRIVERS
city's Negro candidate for Robert Rock and DemocraticState ,: It is a matter of record that tertainer, Billy Daniels, who HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID S
mayor, Richard Hatcher, on Chairman Gordon St.An- the "power elite" in South has left his mark in com-
A-1 1
the basis of his merit,experience gelo. Florida is behind the move and temporary m u sic. However, Employment ServiceOver
record, character and Assistant Secretary o:r is supporting the movement of two brothers, members of the 20 Year Service in Miami
his willingness t4 serve, and Labor George Weaver waj;1 the school. This its good news faculty, J. Rosamond Johnsonand 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
not on the basis of false pre- chief organizer and chairmuof 1 1 for an institution that has hd James Weldon Johnson,
a 534 N. Miami Avenue 379.8332av1J'
the reception, which attracted
mises. a shaky history. composed the words and music
Speaking at a fund-raising several hundred peo
reception for Hatcher in ple and a large delegation o::f Florida Memorial Collegewas
Washington born out of a change inChoice
Washington, Vice President press.
Humphrey said he became interested -
in the Gary mayoraltyrace
because of a moral principle I
The race has been madea
principle by some people because -

of their opposition to ; ,
Mr. Hatcher for superficial I Y w+
reasons, the Vice Presidentsaid

Dick Hatcher won the Demo- f b.

cratic primary, and he won it 8 HIGH! 8 BUYSAlSPECIAL Y ( SAYINGS PRICES( 8 BUY Y N NOW!

far and square, the Vice Pre-
sident said. He won it on his

record, because of his voter .
appeal, because of what he is
and what he stands for. And it
is the duty of the Democratic

Party leaders and workers to f

back their candidate, particu- ,
larly when they have a chanceto
make national history, a
chance to elect a wellqualified -
young man as the first of
his race to be duly elected If your standards are exactingand

Mayor of a large American

city.Vice President Humphrey your reputation high select

served as Honoary Chairmanof
the reception for Hatcher.
Co-sponsors of the event included -

Senators Edward and MANKER MILTONas
Robert Kennedy,former Sena-
tor Paul Douglass, Rep. .
Charles Diggs, and Indiana
your Funeral Director

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you wont to go"
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967 3 ;

1 I CORsititutional Rights of Insurance Companies To Pat 'I

Relief Recipients DeniedWashington Billion Dollars In Slum HousingWashington ..

D. C. (Special) President Johnson said that billion dollars is wholly invested -
The Senate 1. Congress might consider rather than permit, HEW to -. president Lyndon B. Johnson "This initiative is more thana in rent-supplement
Finance Committee was told scrutinizing the Social Se- hold hearings on state plans, at a White House Conference vote of confidence In the rent housing over 80,000 units
this week that public welfare curity Act and remove any unconstitutional alleged by aggrieved clients to Wednesday,hailed the insurance supplement program. It is a could be constructed. Secre-
recipients across the countryare features, be inconsistent with federal industry for creatinga major Investment in improving tary Robert C.Weaver had announced
regularly denied protec- statutes and regulations. billion dollar fund for Im- American life." earlier that his de-
tions of the U. S.Constitution, 2. Congress might consider mediate investment housing The new fund represents the patment was doubling the
the Social Security Act and providing welfare recipientswith 4. Congress might authorize in the slums of America.Mostof culmination of eight months number of public housing units
federal regulations of the De- procedures that would allow federal district courts to the money will go into rent- work by task forces led by Insurance to be built this coming year
partment of Health, Educationand them ,to receive realistic award. reasonable attorney supplement housing according company officials, upon the request of president
Welfare redress from welfare agen- fees to clients who bring successful to Gilbert Fitzhugh, spokesman Secretary Robert C.Weaver of Johnson for immediate action.
cies. claims so that private for the industry, who announced the Department of Housing and This would result in 70,000
This lawless administration 3. Congress might consider attorneys will consider accepting the creation of the billion Urban Development and ad- public housing units in addition
of the law is documented in my amending the Act "torequire, their cases dollar fund. ministration aides.The billion to the 80,000 units of rent sup
written testimony," said At- dollars was assembled on a plement housing projected by
torney LeroyD.Clarkspokes- pro rata basis among 348 insurance the support coming from the
man for the NAACP Legal Defense Officer Albert J. Harrison Jr. is companies throughout Insurance Industry.
I and Educational Fund, the country.
Inc. (LDF) and the National President Johnson invited President Johnson urged the
Office for the Rights of the Outstanding Officer of Month leaders of local and state governments insurance officials to meet
Indigent (NORM). and members of with business leaders another
Officer A, J. Harrison, Jr. lieu Harrison remained calm Congress to the bipartisan industries and sell them on the
Mr. Clark said that clients was chosen "Outstanding Officer and preserved the scene until conference which was attendedby program of cooperation
receiving Aid to Dependent for the Month of August" the Identification Unit arrived. Whitney Young of the Na- tween b u s i n e s and govern
Children are among those based on the following mem- ." tional Urban League and Roy ment in meeting the challenge
most frequently abused under orandum, from Sgt A. W. Officer Harrison was a cre- Wilkins of the NAACP. posed by the urban crisis in
the current procedures. Smiley and Sgt. C. Gschwlnd: dit to the department in the way It was estimated that if the America.
Numerous state and local "On Thursday, August 24, he drove his vehicle, under
welfare officials dally deny approximately 9:15 p.m., the fire, in a high speed chase,and '.
the U-Tote-M Store, 241 N'W' 8th used good Judgment in his
rights guaranteed by equal COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
protection clause of the 14th Avenue, was held up by a lone handling of the evidence and I I
amendment and the due process Negro male. At 9:25 p.m.,Of- preserving the scene for the STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
ficer Harrison, while on rou- 4 Identification Unit.
clauses of the 5th and 14th ,
amendments, he testified. tine patrol, heard a shot in the For his courage and attention VET TVTED
area of NW 1st Avenue and 8th to duty,we recommend
Among unconstitutionalstate Street, and observed a black Officer A. J. Harrison,Jr.for
rules are: "maximum vehicle speeding from the "Outstanding Officer of the
limits on family grant; 'sub- area. Officer Harrison immediately Month.' 379-7735
stitute father' rules; some gave chase to this ve- Officer Harrison will receive -
'employable mother' rules; hicle. During the chase,Officer fleer Harrison Jumped from .< the $50 gift certificate
and the requirement of mi- Harrison remained calm his vehicle and ordered the.|presented by our anonymous 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9T09
nimum periods of absence before and broadcast a clear descrip- suspect to stop, he was under 'donor
desertion can be deter- tion of the vehicle and the arrest. The suspect then
mined." direction of travel, enabling Jumped over the guard rail and Roof ???
Mr. Clark added that many other units to Join him with a rolled down the 33 foot em- HELP WANTEDMan LeakiHi
states have practices which minimum of confusion.Duringthe bankment. CALL BLOSSOM ROOFINGThe
are in direct violation of HEW chase, at NW 24th Street, Other units, having Joinedthe or woman to clean
follow-up regulations, issued between 1st and 2nd Avenues chase, were able to detain coin laundry, make Leak King
after passage of the Social headed west,the driver of the the subject at the bottom of the change for customers Licensed & Intmd
Security Act.Outlining. black car fired one shot at Officer embarkment. Officer Har- and handle dry clean SPECIALIZING IN THE FASTEST & FINEST
Harrison, but be continued rison then discovered cartons ing counter. Apply ROOFING SERVICE '
specifics, Mr. pursuing the suspect. As fo cigarettes, a paper bag full 6400 Ntf 7th Ave or New roofs (for a. little at $10.00 down
the drove from the
suspect of money, money orders,
Clark stressed that many call MO 17428. WE ALSO INSTALL WINDOWS & AWNINGS
North-South Expressway onto Jewelry, and a gun on the front
states* do: not make prompt determinations the Airport Expressway, he seat of the suspect's car and CALL BLOSSOM NOW 691-2650'

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guard suspect, Melvin C. ,
for denials of assistance
suspect Jumped out of his vehicle murder and armed : :
do not provide prompt review attempted i :: II
of decisions and ran to the rail Of- robbery. During this time.Of- .O

do not adequately inform
clients of their rights of review -
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do not have adequate bear STUDENT SPECIAL .

ing"In procedures.addition / Mr.Clarksaid Bus ID Photos AGENCY INC
"no state affords wel- t III
fare clients their constitu-
2 For
tional right to have a hearing *

before their grants are reduced Supports Higher EdutotloRI1II !!
or eliminated" by welfare SATURDAY ONLYJOHNSON :.

agency The officials.LDF and NORI based OF MIAMI *:: I III

their testimony on a survey of II
their cooperating lawyers in Comer NW 38 St. & ti Dade
fifteen representative states I Welcome to County

geographically scattered 12 Ave.
across the entire nation. EGEI

The two legal organizationsmade PHONE: 635-4748 II\FLORIDA MEMORIAL COL :
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967


To Be EqualBy BILL McBRIDECommissioner

Whitney Young, Jr.

Offlcet 6530 NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33147-Phono.691.0421 Executive Director Boyd
National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH-C REEVES, Managing Editor -. Temporarily loses
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor '.
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Vietnam Observations i
i: His "Cool"0h
Notional Advertising Representative I recently returned from a trip to Vietnam as a member of .
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. the Presidential Commission to observe the elections there.

310 Madison Avenue. New York, N. Y. 10017 There were 22 of us senators,governors and businessmen, shut shut up. Don't stand there and say you'll take
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association civic leaders heads of veterans group's churchmen and pub- up" Metro Commissioner Joe
streets shouted an angry
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 to the
lishers. Our Job was simply to observe the elections, not to Boyd to Cecil Rolle while he was warning the commission that
SUBSCRIPTION RATES make Judgments on the war.Theballotlngseemedfairtorae.anditwas. will have no alternative but to "take to the streets'if
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 carried oul t t Negroes they're continually frustrated by the white community."The

Entered as Second Class Matter: August 9, 1927 at the Post,, under great handicaps -- a largely illiterate population, war Negro community Is getting Impatient," Rolle shouted back.
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 conditions, and Viet Cong terrorism. I think our presence
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" helped insure an honest election, and I think that the Idea of a Rolle, president of the All Peoples Democratic Club was one
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead team cc. observers has application here at home.A of four spokesmen for a group of some 25 Negroes who were
the world from racial and notional when It accordsto commission meeting to press for
antagonism team of independent observers for example, could help In attendance at the Tuesday
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human end of the evil and frustration
and legal rights. Hating no man, tearing no man..the Negro Insure fair elections to parts of the U.S. where Negro citizensare district voting and the ultimate
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men either openly prevented from voting or covertly Intimidatedinto of taxation without representation.

are hurt as long as anyone Is held bock.'IDe casting their ballots for local bosses.While I was abroad, In an attempt to restore cool to the
Mississippi held Its primary elections, and I wish a team of Commissioner, Boyd
scream at us and we scream at you, it's
: ditor'5 N observers were present there.In meeting, said, "U you understand the urgency of the problem."
| otebooh
; because we
some counties with clear Negro majorities, Negro candidates only of the Dade County Young Demo-
lost to white Incumbent sheriffs and mayors.While many Earl Carroll, president
made his
who requested the hearing, second -
Negroes would vote for candidates of the white power structure cratic Association,
commission in four weeks to plead
EXAMINE THE RECORDS for various reasons, such a clean sweep looks suspicious. appearance before the and
voiced his strong highly qualified -
Fraud has alreadybeencbarged.I have little doubt that intimi- tor district voting, again
U ye Editor Is correct, it was the late Al Smith who used that the only way a Negro can possibly be elected -
to campaignand opinion
dation a factor.Few people are stroogeoough
the slogan "Let's examine the record. So looking forward to was County Commission Is through district voting.
vote for candidates when their Jobs maybe endangered or to the
1968 and the comine election it should nowbe a good time for .
their families threatened.
us to examine the record of our Democratic administrationand r \\ t'I

let our readers see what has been found. Well; let's look Here is an example of a situation where Independent observers i
Into the record of our President Lyndon Johnson and The could perform a service.If we are willing to foster democracy

Democratic Party in general. 8,000 miles from home, we should take similar steps to

foster it in parts of our own nation which have little experiencewith
Democratic Presidents Lyndon B.Johnson,John F.Kennedy, democracy.

Harry Truman, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt have all used Although much of my time In Vietnam was taken up with observer -
the moral might of the Presidency to combat racial prejudiceand duties, I spent as much time as I could with the most 4 A
set personal examples of leader ship in the struggle against dynamic, articulate and dedicated group of Americans to be
bigotry and racism. And no President In our history has done found anywhere In the world the Negro GIs, who are serving
more for the cause of civil rights than Lyndon Johnson. there far out of proportion to their numbers.

I told them of a new Urban League program which grew out r
EQUAL OPPORTUNITYUnder of my Journey to Vietnam last year.Our new Veterans Affairs

President Johnson no positions In government are beyond Office will help returning GFs find the Jobs and home and spe-
the reach of a citizen because of the color of his skin. cial services they need to make a smooth transition to civilian :
On June 13, 1967 President Johnson nominated Solicitor Gen life. Because so many Negro soldiers find that there Is more
eral Thurgood Marshall as Associate Justice of the U. S. Su- equality In the armed forces (half of them re-enlist), the program
preme Court. starts work before their discharge comes up. ROLLE

Today a Negro-. Robert C.Weaver,Secretary of the De- CHATMON
partment of Housing and Urban Development-tits in the Cabi- They were glad to hear of thenewprogram, especially since Also making strong pleas were Jimmie Chatmon,president
net of the President of the United States. Clifford Alexander, they are determined to have the rewards of citizenship as wellas of the local chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Con
Jr., formerly the President's Associate Special counsel, the sacrifices Although they are far from home, they are .ference and Mrs. Georgia Jones,representing the Brownsville
Is now chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Com- well-Informed about race relations this summer. Few could Improvement Association.
understand the riots. These are men who know what firepowerIs
and know don't throw beer Indicating strong support by their presence were such nota-
they you cans at tanks or rip
the first time
For in American history, qualified Negroesare Ed-
apart your own home. But they understand the frustrations bles In the Negro community as Charles Hadley,
holding positions of national responsibility throughout the
which led to the riots and they are angered at the lack of any wards, Attorney Donald Wheeler Jones and others.
government. Dr. Andre F. Brimmer Is a Governor of the
Federal Reserve Board. Hobart Taylor, Jr., is a Director of real progress toward closing the racial gap.

the Export-Import Bank. Negroes serve as commissioners One soldier told me that the war he was fighting In Vietnamwas
the Atomic Energy Commission and the National Labor Rela-
of America's other "
only one wars. "The war, he said, ,
tions Board. Many other positions of Importance throughout "is the one against poverty and racism at home. I wouldn't f1
the government during. this Administration are being filled by mind being out here if I knew that may family in the States

Negroes. was getting a fair break, but those guys In Congress wouldn'teven
More Negro ambassadors are serving under President John pass a bill against rats." 4
son than under all of the Republican Presidents combined. N

President Johnson named more Negro judges In one day than Another GI In Saigon also sounded the "two-war' theme,
all the Republican Presidents combined. and he left no doubt about which was more important. "I thinkwe '
Today the principle of equal opportunity in the Federal Gov- could continue what we are doing here, and also get equal
ernment is a living policy- for the first time In American history opportunity at home.. But if a choice has to be made," he said, --
The Federal establishment has set :an example for "then the welfare of my family and my city at home has to BOYD MRS. JONES
American industry and the private sector to follow. come first.' After the smoke from the fire of anger had cleared away,

Although some were pretty angry about the backlash this the commission did compose Itself long enough to agree to ap-
summer, others kept their sense of humor. I remember a point two Negroes to the lUy..white Charter Review Board
ECONOMIC ADVANCEMENTOf medic In Saigon telling me that he couldn't understand "folks which had been charged with the responsibility of conductingthree

all the evils the Negro America suffers, none is more back home who don't want me to live next door to them even hearings on the issue, the last of which had been sche-
damaging than poverty. The administrations Johnson, though their.wounded son didn't complain when I brought my duled for December 9th; after which time a recommendation
Kennedy, Truman, and Roosevelt made history in launching medical bag Into his foxhole and Integrated It 'tUlI could get, was to be made relative to placing the matter on the May bal-

legislation and programs designed to help every citizen get a him to a hospital. lot.The
Commission also agreed to Instruct the Charter Review
Job, an education, decent housing, and medical care.
.Board to speed up its hearings to completion inOctober. This
Everyone of these programs,from social security In Roose- will give Carroll and his group ample time to secure the 45,000

velt's time to rent supplements and model cities under Pre- Of the 20( Negroes recently elected to state legislatures In signatures on an Initiative petition needed to force the Com-
sident Johnson, have been vigorously opposed by the Republican the South, every one Is a Democrat.The mission to place the issue on the May ballot in the event It
Party nationally. Although opposed by the Republicans, first Negro sheriff elected In this century In the Southis votes not to do so.
President Johnson's administration initiated a multl-million Lucius Amreson, a Democrat from Tuskegee,Alabama.He While I condemn Mr. Boyd for losing his all Important
dollar war on poverty, the first comprehensive Federal aid to ran and won on the Democratic ticket. Recently sixteen Ne- "cool" during Mr. Rolle's dissertation, I do agree with his
education, and other programs of the Great Society which extend groes won elective office In Mississippi, all of them Demo- statement that there should be Negroes on the Board of County
the principle of equal economic opportunity to a greater crats. Commissioners, but persons should be selected on the basisof

. degree than any other President has ever accomplished. The political rise of the Negro In municipal, county, and qualifications and not"just because they're black or white."
state governments have been through the Democratic Party. The question is "have the majority of the white electorate
f CIVIL RIGHTS There are now 140 Negro Democrats elected to state legisla- reached the point where his vote will be cast solely on the

Democratic presidents initiated and worked for programsand tures throughout the country and twice as many In municipal basis of qualifications when a Negro Is running against a white

policies that have dealt Jim Crow a mortal blow, ending posts. brother?"
'r' forever the concepts that the Negro's place literally, and The Democratic Party welcomes Negro participation and From where I sit, this phenomena slowly the way, but,
figuratively, "In the back of Ui.bus"Through the Civil Rights offers an opportunity to win power and prestige in American unfortunately is long in the future. We can't help but recallthe
Acts of 1957, 1960,1964,and 1965,Democrats under the lead- politics. words of Senator George Smathers on the Issue of the confirmation t
i ship of Lyndon Johnsorfin the Senate and as President, opened The Democratic Party is the party of the people..... all the of President Johnson's appointment Thurgood i
the doors of places of public accommodations everywhere, people. Marshall to a seat on the United States Supreme Court, when !
! and enabled more than a half-million deep Sou ti Negro voters he said: "Mr. Marshall is by far the most qualified man lathe
I to register in less than a year. It has been the Democratic nation for the position."And now,would you believe, after this

Party that has consistently worked In t h 1 s century for the testimonial to Mr. Marshall's qualifications, Mr. Snnthers
equality of opportunity and freedom for all men. Today Pre- used the other side of his split tongue and cast a "NAY" vote.
sident Johnson leads the struggle to enact new civil rights MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE This column is In complete agreement that the Dade Negro
laws. MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY stands little or no chance of being elected to the Board of

Over 400 Negroes have won and now hold significant elective APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. County Commissioners unless district voting becomes a real.
offices In 32 states as Democrats. Negroes are repre- ity. Hence, the Negro community should not rest until this bat
sented on the Democratic National Committee and Democratic THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE. tle is won, and taxation without representation becomes a thing

state and county committees all across the nation. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! of the distasteful past along with all the other injustices that
Of the six Negroes elected to the U. S. House of Represen- have prevented the Negro from taking his rightful place in the
tatives, all are Democrats. mainstream of all phases of the life of "All American" Dade

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MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 22, 1967 5 }


ANYTHINGBY () () ) Legal I

GOES. Bma-n taaaoHmta I
'. ServicesBy
Owen Cherry
BY NORMAN E. JONES, Albert J. Sziarto, who was coordinate of the Civil Service Center Attorney 7
Cadet Program for the city here this summer, gave an interesting n
and informative report on the success of the programat
"Eggs Laid By Gilder And the closingexercisesatBayfrontParkAuditoriumSept. 1st. Last week's introduction on "How to Make a Will" at least
made one more able to interpret and understand our beloved
Hammon The purpose of the Summer Career Development Program :and recently deceased Mayor High's will The newspapers last
Hatch In
TampaIn was to provide a work-orientation program for 100Civil Ser- week discussed the contents of the Mayor's will. Robert King
vice Cadets. These young men were assigned on a rotating 1 High's last will and testament was tiled for probate Friday,
one of the greatest examples of political "Wheeling and basis to eleven city departments for 3-day periods to provide 1 Sept. 9bequeathingall claims of his estate to his wife, Faith.
Dealing" in Tampa politics, James Hammond and the Negro maximum exposure to the range of activities performed 'The will named executors State Senator Robert Haver field,the
Oligarchy, who so badly mismanaged the mayor Julian Lane's by the city with specific orientation which provided each Cadet i mayor's close friend. The entire contents of the documentwas
bid for re-election as to cause his defeat by Mayor Nick Nuc- with an awareness of the various fields of municipal em- only two pages in length. A very brief but concise instrument -
cio. Before the smoke has cleared,they had done an about face ployment. The cadets worked and were super vis e d by city : The homeplace or homestead was not included or notedin
and captured Mayor Nuccio to become "his fairhairedboys"and employees to whom they were assigned, the primary emphasis : the Mayor's will because under Florida Law this is totally
City Hall spokesmen for the Negro community. of this program was to demonstrate training opportunitiesand j unnecessary. The homestead passes to wife for life by sur-
Aided and abetted by this "Negro Leadership Oligarchy" to broaden cadets' outlook for future employment.The vivorship under the Florida Constitution and after her deathto
Hammond was elevated to the paying newly created position of: i the children. Once a home where the family resides be-
Community Relations Director, obviously to work for the bett- cadets were young men between the ages of 17 1/2 and er interest of the total community.He 20 1/2 and came to us from hard core unemployment areas. Distribution prescribed by this State. This is true in Florida;
ensconced himself on the upper floors of some downtown i Local agencies which assisted to recruit these young men I however, other states hold differently.
office building, remote and unaccessible to the Negro masses; were the Office of Economic Opportunity,Inc.,' The Urban Perhaps, it might be wise to give an illustration of a sample
be was suppose to help and placate. League, the Florida State Employment Service, the Southern will. This is a very simple a basic form. Each individual hasa
Early in his administration be proceeded to attempt to Im- Christian Leadership Conference and the Catholic Welfare different problem and is unique,therefore you should consulta
pose his "army discipline" even on the various echelons of t Bureau. The cadets received $1.40 per hour for a 40-hour lawyer to draft the document to meet your particular needs.
the "white power structure.: Running into disfavor with the i week and were employed in this cadet program for a period of Your lawyer will go over your will detail so that your testa-
downtown boys, be was shceduledto be"sacked"immediate- seven weeks from July 17 through September 1. ment expresses your wishes."I .
ly--but the fervent pleas of the"Negro Leadership Oligarchy" JAMES SMITH, of Miami, Florida, do hereby revoke all
which created him, saved his hide. The cadets were grouped into units of eight young men each, wills and codicils by me made, and do hereby Make, Publish,
Hammond mistook his salvation a mandate of his personal 1 each unit selected one man as a leader.On the first day of the strength and popularity and from then on became a "unilateral 1 program, July 17,the cadets were given a physical examination
force", seeking no counsel from his creators "The Negro* and a written examination to determine,wherever possible,the '"First: I give and bequeath to Alice Smith, my sister, the sum
Leadership Oligarchy" and acting OIl his own.' vocational apptitudes and preferences of each.They were also 'of One Hundred Dollars. ($100.00)).
He fell into disfavor with the"Negro Leadership Oligarchy issued a City of Miami identification card which included their
but they had no choice to have destroyed him, since they put t photograph and fingerprints,the same card that is issued to all '"Second: All the rest, residue and remainder of my estate, of
him up as their spokesman, would also have destroyed them. city employees. On the first day they were also given a helmet whatever kind or nature it may be, of which I shall die seized
Mayor Nuccio, looking forwardto the 1967 elections and thinking with their names on it and the seal of the city of Miami and ant and possessed or to which I may be entitled at the time of
he had the total Negro community votes in his pocket t armband which identified the cadet as a member of this special through the control of this James Hammond dominated Negro I city summer program. At the completion of the program on I him, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, absolutely -
Leadership Oliga.rchy--backed Jimmy Hammond to the hilt. Friday, September 1st, cadets were awarded a certificate indicating and forever.
their successful pompletion of this program.
"Third: I name, constitute and appoint REGINA WATTS of
:'' During this seven-week program, the cadets were exposed :Miami, Florida executrix of this my last will and testamentand
'' ': '' to a variety of municipal employment. For example, while ac- \ direct that she be not required to give bond as such executrix -
pk- companying a building inspector, they saw first-hand, the activities i .
'" of the construction industry and the application of
c'J ; standards which the city has established to provide proper 'IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunder signed my name
q \V \ building construction. While assigned to the Police Depart-I this 20th day of September 1967.
By Booker T. Hayes ",, ;\\. ment, they rode with police officers during investigation of accidents -
and while assigned in the Fire Department they ob- (signed) James Smith
served the Fire Department in actual emergency situations.In r
It was announced in New York this week that the nation's the City Garage and Motor Pool,they were assigned to a mas- Follow this with the attestation clause:
wealthiest insurance companies have pledged to invest. .$1 billion ter mechanic to assist and learn from hint the scope and re-
in the slums. sponsibilities of his occupation. In the Department of Neighborhood "The foregoing instrument was subscribed,'published and r
This gesture on the part of bigbusiness Illustrates there is 1 Rehabilitation, they assisted housing,inspectors whoen-I an awareness on the part of that group for the needs of society,> forced provisions of the Minimum Housing Code and correspondingly J 1 his Last Will and Testament in our presence and in the presence -
and that the slums and other social problems are a part of its; in the Fire Prevention Bureau, they assisted in that of each other and we at the same time and at his requestand
obligations and opportunities.Since code enforcement activity. i in his presence and in the presence of each other have
the insurance industry has made a commitment, its 1 The advantages of this program to the City of Miami are J 1 hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses hereto this 20th
action might encourage similar contributions in the other pub- many: 4 day of September 1967."
lic areas of education, transportation, recreation, health care 1 ((1)) That Civil Service Cadets shall provide a future sourceof This attestation should be signed by two or three witnesseswith
poverty, and pollution. employment for the city, hopefully in critical classifica- their addresses following their names in each instance,
Insurance companies traditionaly invest in government se- tions where the city has experienced recruitment difficulties. after the maker has duly declared this to be his last will and
curities bonds, stocks, mortgage real estate and policy loans. Several Civil Service Cadets have already been hired by the requested the two or more persons to sign as official wit-
But the $1 billion, invested mostly in real estate, will perhapsbe city nesses.
an investment in society -- where the insurance men got ((2)) The program gave each cadet an awareness of his city This illustration was given for the sole purpose of familiarizing -
the money.In government, its responsibilities and problems. persons with the general form of a will. As we stated
1960 thebig life insurance companies had assets of $1.74 1 ((3)) Each cadet has become better informed on the functions earlier, each person will have to have his own Will structuredfor
billion. Their assets are now $167 billion, and growing in the i of his city government and will now be in a position to answer the particular individual as only a lawyer can do com-
1960s at $8 billion a year. some of the questions that may arise in his own neighborhood. petently.The .

The $1 billion is smaller when related to the figures above, (4)) In many cases, this was the first employment for manyof reason for the discussion on will s is because many
but it is big enough to make quite a change on slum life, and these young men and this employment has provided them people neglect to execute these instruments before death and
perhaps to set the pace for other businesses to invest their with a degree of experience and a reference for future em- what they intended to be done with whatever is left after death
capital and skills in the slums. ployment. often is contrary. Thus, in order to see that your intentionsare
The City considers this Civil Service Cadet Program, the carried out make your will out promptly and review it
An insurance spokesman said some of the sound business first of its kind in the nation, to have been most successful every year thereafter.Tan.
motives for the proposed investment are: Eighty-nine cadets completed the program(six cadets entered -
colleges, either two-year Junior colleges or four-year col-
1. Insurance companies are already so heavily invested in leges).
urban real estate that additional investments in rehabilitating Topics!
Let's hope the program will be utilized again next year and
the core of these urban areas would protect the original in- on a much larger scale.

2. The great bulk of the billions of dollars in assets accumu-
lated by the insurance companies has come from policyholders PUN PHUNBy
in cities. They draw their labor force from cities

"Here is a great underdeveloped resouce of people, skills Phil OssoferI
and real estate. If we develop this we develop society," said a
understand that there are participating in holdups .
spokesman for the Institute of Life Insurance.
two specific requirements for traffic policemen, holding up .: tk' -
opening a successful cleaning cars at a busy corner.
establishment: Agood spot and In the dictionary I came
a good spotter Could it be that across the word whey,that i
Miami Times the best spot would be adjacentto stuff Little Miss Muffett had '

6530 NW 15th Avenue .'. a church? After all, clean- in her diet, along with curds. i
liness is next- to Godliness. Curds are the parts of milk ;
Miami Florida 33147 : :
:;..", i
>* A good spotter, (who makes that are left after the other
your clothing spotless), is a parts are taken a-whey.Curdsare I
Dear Sir : cleaner cleaner. solids, so any resem- \ C
I see where, some of our blance between curds and milk '.
Enclosed please find the sum of $--- Greater Miami police forces is strictly cow-incidental. :j
.. .
to cover the cost of n____,_ .._subscription to are going to the dogs. K-9 I also discovered there is a I' k'LISTEN '
Corps, of course! drink called wine-whey. a ;j(
the Miami Times. Is our police force as efficient mixture of w1.ne" milk and \k'/
as it might be? I wonder. water. Hmm', I wonder ifa
Mail Paper To. I've watched policemen stand swig of that will get you higher

AddressCity._____ idly by i at baseball game while than the milky-whey?
several bases were stolen. What's the difference be-
state Zip Cod-
Imagine tho coppers tween a cow and a glass of non-
One Yc. $5.00 ( ) watching the cop-pers coppingthe homogenized milk? One is / WHEN X WART YOU OP/WION
bases I is pasture-ized and the otheris
And I've seen policemen pasteur-ized. x'u.


6 THE I.IIAMll1I.1ES, Friday, September 22, 1967
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We welcome to our city all delegates to the 58th Conven- { -
tion of Florida Nurses Association, opened Tuesday at the k to"s t'' BY PRISCILLA REDDING I III"UII

Americana Hotel. Among the delegates are Jessie Trice, --. ... . .
The community oiKicnmonaiieigms is navmg measles
Dorot hy Weaver, Thelma A. Gibson,Willie p.Galloway shots
Eleanor Coleman. given to them by the Dade County Health Department. The ser-
vices will be given free of charge Second Baptist Church
Julian Bond representative from Georgia, spoke to a on
22 from 6 til 9 also from
Friday, Sept. p.m., til 6 p.m. on
persons attending a rally Saturday at Mount Zion BaptistChurch
sponsored by the American Friends Service Commit- Saturday.
Volunteers are need for this project, so If you are a regis-

tee.Among <, tered nurse, a practical nurse or a parent who can help by
relatives and friends in the city attend the funeral 1a _
of Mrs. Esther Felton were Rev.J. W.Watkins of Jacksonville, __ volunteering your services, please contact Rev. John Ferguson -
Willie at 238-7613.
Joseph Watkins of Thomasville, Ga.; Annie Mae Montgomeryof +i. or Mr. Redding
Valdosta: Thomas McCloud of Newark and Spurgeon S. __ Houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. James (Jennie) Henry of 14800
Bethel of Nassau. ,tfF. Buchanan Street are Mr. and Mrs. Augustus (Lottie) Hender-

Miami's lost is New York's gain since son of Washington, D. C.
Edna Johnson Williams is leaving Poinciana We are happy to welcome to our community Mr. Oswald Van
Elementary (Library) for ajobas '':/'I; Degbert Bunbury. Mr. Bunbury is a foreigner from Guyana,

librarian at White Plains, N. Y. Two other South America,. He plans to attend Miami Dade Junior Collegefor
faces you'll be missing are Sylvia Glnwright I' I 3 { two years. His residence during this time is at the home of

and Constance Russell who have traded California r Mr. David Dukes, 13933 Monroe Street.

for Florida. You will be missed! I II Our community also welcomes Miss Edith Lewis, a new

Mrs. perline}Higgs: has r tw.nedto: _Nas-' K'"+l.L..I/I I 1' y H teacher of the English department at Homestead Junior High
sau aner attending tile Cbttrcb of GOO of Prophecy Ap School.
Convention at Cleveland, Tennessee.MONYA 4 Miss Lewis is from Brooklyn, New York; a graduate of North

Friends of Marie Cooper are happy to learn that she has returned Carolina College and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta
home after a delightful visit with relatives and friendsin I Sorority. She is residing at the home of Mrs. Keener (Alma)
New York City. at 14441 Polk Street.

Alphonso and June (Davis) Roberts have moved into their The Richmond Heights Women's Club Is having a member-
new home at 1265 NW 90th Street. ship drive, This drive started Sept. 17,and will continue until

After more than three score years, it has happened againin Sunday, Oct. 5. This organization is urging all women of the

the McKenzie family.. TWINS Mr. and Mrs. Rolhala (Wilma '.' Richmond Heights area who are not members to Join this or-

Williams) Hargnett are proud parents of two darlings, 1T 14 fafIJlJJUJU ganization.
Michael and Michele. The pair arrived September first. The 4. Bethel Baptist Church of Richmond Heights will observe its

other twins are Maude Lloyd and Louise Smith. Congratulations Maria Taylor, daughter of an airline mechanic for the Twelfth Annual Woman's Day, Sept. 24. Theme: "Christian
Women of Today in a New Society.: Morning speaker is Mrs.
Mrs. Etta Mae Taylor was U. S. government.The .
Rev. Wilfred Glass returned to the city after a two weeks Joined in holy matrimony to bride, beautifully at- Sallle Carline of New providence Baptist Church of Liberty
vacation in the Bahamas. 'City. The evening services will include a musical rendered
Mr. Howard Davis, son of Mr. tired in w hit e chanlulie,car- by
Mrs. Elizabeth Carey attended the General Assembly of the and Mrs. Maxwell Davis of Los rying a white orchid and pray- 'choirs of various churches. You are cordially invited wor-
Church of God of Prophecy at Cleveland Tennessee. ship with us all day
Angeles, California on Satur- erbook, was given away by her
ATTENTION SERVICE CLUBS Time Is running out. 500 day, Sept. 9th. The ceremony grandfather, Mr. Herbert The members of the Second Baptist Church are in the Pro-
GI GIFT BAGS EMPTY. Christmas gift bags for our servicemen took place at the home of the Taylor. The maid of honor, I'cess planning their Second Annual Banquet which will be held

in Vietnam are still empty at Red Cross headquartershere. bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. Sandra Taylor, sister of the Nov. 17. Won't you make this date a must on your calendar and

There is nothing to fill them, unless Dade County help. and Mrs. Gary Ward with the bride, in white chantilly lace 'plan to attend.
And HELP in a HURRY. Deadline is September 22.
Rev. William Washington officiating over blue, carried a bouquetof
Here from Nassau are Mr.and Mrs.Harcourt Bosfield. They in the absence of the blue bon-bons. Mr. Rolhala COCKTAIL SIP DECATHLON

are houseguests of the Bullard and Thomas families. Rev. I. C. Micklns, who was Hargnett was the best man. The Building Fund Commit SOCIAL CLUB
Julius Donaldson, former Miamian, now of New York was in
out of the city. Nuptial masic was furnishedby tee of Liberty Lodge and Decathlon Social CivicClub announce -
the last week relatives and friends.
city visiting The bride is a graduate of Mrs. Mary Bruno,and Miss Temple cordially invite to their Miss Decathlon
Get well wishes to Raoul Ramos and Clifford Baker who are you
Tuskegee Institute and was Catherine Brennan sang "I their Cocktail Sip, Sunday, Cornation Ball, tobeheldSun-
patients at Jackson after suffering heart attacks.Jean Woods employed as a teacher in the Love You Truly." Sept. 24, 6:00 p.m., at Liberty day, October 22, 7:00p.m.until -

and Earle....Finley also. James H. Bright elementary After a wedding trip to Lodge, 6525 NW 18th Avenue. ? At Bayfront parkGulf-
The Lawrence Grahams (Monya Hanna) school in Hialeah. The groomis Philadelphia and New York, Donation $1.00. stream room.
and sons, Jonathan,Billb and Calvin are now a graduate of the public the couple will live in Los An-
making Chicago thin home. Monya is the schools of Los Angeles and is geles.
daughter of Bill and Monica Hanna of 1418
tl NW 69th Street.

Alice B. Hall is vacationing in New York
City. She's the houseguest of the R.B.Her- ,
... I I berts. & SOCIAL CLUB The Miami Chapter of Jack

EDNA Here from Shelby, N. C. for a visit with, The Phyllis WheatleyArtand and Jill of America, Inc.,held
\ her sister and brother-in-law, the Lonnie pittmans is Josephine Social Club met at the its first meeting of the seasonon ar
I Battle. Friday evening Sept. 15 at
home of Mrs. Estelle Williams ,
Friends of Mrs. Tessie the home of Mrs.Glendena Ed-
Z. Dunlap are pleased to learn of 1171 NW 66th Street, September -
her improvement after a fall that had her on crutches. 10, for the initial openingof wards, who served as a

Other students who have returned to college are Marilyn the club year. After saying gracious hostess.

) Wilson Clark and Myrna Weaver, Clark; Theodore Gibson, II, "hello" and telling of the summer After vacation echoes from
Frederick Hunt, Howard; Michael Abrams, Tuskeegee.Get vacation experiences members the group got to the
well wishes to Julita business of planning its Calendar -
Pompey (X-ray technician at Mt. election of officers was held. APPRENTICE MECHANIC
, Sinai who underwent for the In addition to
surgery on Wednesday, also at Jackson; Mrs. Wilhemena Sands was year.
\ Earle Higgs, teacher at J. R. E.Lee, is back at his desk after re-elected the outstanding activities
as president for the
f a week in West Chester Hospital; Mrs.Eunice Tanner, Thomas next two years, Mrs. E.B. planned for children in Jack Eastern is accepting applications for an aircraft -
I papino, Flossie Mack and June Tew at Christian.Thomas York and Jill, plans were made for
I at Jackson. Jones, Secretary and Mrs. the induction of new members. apprentice mechanic class to begin

1 Myra Weaver, daughter of Mr. Eugene B.Weaver took time fleers Marie were Price re-elected.was elected Gertrude This gala affair will beheldat training this Fall. If accepted, you will receive -

out from her busy schedule to visit her dad, uncle and aunt Edwards parlia men- the home of Geraldine Ar- a comprehensive three-year.-on-the lob

,. (senior Oscar year.and Dorothy) before returning to Clark College for her tar Ian. rington Our hearty, September congratulationsto 30th. and classroom training program. During training -

I DO YOU HAVE YOUR CALENDAR?The 1968 Girl Scout Cal- one of our officers, Andel you will receive $2.67/hr. and progressup

endars are now on sale. Appealing color photographs of Girl Mrs..Williams was a grac- Mickins, who was recently to$3.69/hr. Up"n completion, you will be

Scout activities. Calendar pad designed for writing memos and ious hostess, delicious repast promoted to the position of qualified as a licensed airframe and
1 appointments. excellent for home or office. Buy one today! was served. Mrs. Mable Elementary Principal and is power-
ATTENTION PARENTSFridayandSaturdayhas been proclaimed McFaddon will entertain the now serving in that capacity plant mechanic.To .

I "STOP MEASLES DAYS," by Metro Chuck Hall. Par- club on the 4th Monday nightat the Robert R. Moton Elemen-

. ents are urged to take every child between one and 12 years her home, 1876 NW 55th tary School in Perrine and to qualify for additional consideration
to one of the Immunization centers Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. or Terrace. young Erick Yeager son of you

6 to 9 p.m. and on Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m. "Measles is a Mrs. Doris Yeager, who rep- MUST be a high school graduate, an American -

;, serious disease," said Harry Zarkadulis, of the Health De- NORTH DADE resented Mlamiat National citizen, age between 18 and 26, and be
partment. meeting of Urban League in willing to work
night weekend and
, holiday
Mr. Dennis Smith, popular business man, ( SUNSHINE shifts.
motored to Houston to carry nieces,Gwyndaland .r CLUB TEA A SUCCESSThe
Constance Smith home after vacationing FRIENDS TO
Nor t h Dade Sunshine
in Miami. Dennis then Jetted to Chicago for HOLD FIRST MEETINGThe
his vacation. Back to Houston to pick up his Community Club sponsored Please apply by visiting our Employment
their initial tea Jolly Friends Social and
on Sunday
car, and returned to Miami. :
September 10, at the home of Civic Club will hold their first
for the
are United Fund
Drive. Signu'p now United Fund Silver Torch Mrs. Ella White, 2420 NW 152 meeting of the year at the homeof 4600 NW 36th STREET
Street, Opa-locka. The speaker Mrs. M. McGown, 6770 NW
Award Fashion snow Luncheon at the FanDENN1S 23rd Place MIAMI, FLORIDA
for the occasion was Mr. on Saturday night
tainebleau Hotel, September 27, at 12:00 noon. Reservation
Edward B. Rogers. The tea September 23rd, at 8:00 p.m. Monday thru
cards must be in no later than Friday
September 22. Cost, $1.50.
was well attended and Birthdays for Mrs. Emma
Mr. and Mrs. Osborn Mingo (Carolyn), are the proud par all. enjoyedby Ward and Mrs. M. McGown 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.EASTERN.
ents of a pretty baby girl, Marcia Carolyn. Born September 6 will be celebrated. Membersare

at Christian Hospital. Little Marcia Weighed 71bs. and 7 ozs. Mrs. Cleve Price,presidentMrs. urged to be present.

C. L. Hanna, reporter. Mar Woods, president. 11
Mrs. Rosa Lee Brady is vacationing in Atlanta with Mrs. ..

Dorothy Owens and Mrs. Lillie Grant. Livingston D Livingston C. Deal, BernadettePerry,

Mrs. Marie White returned on Monday from Denver, Colorado Barbara Bryant, Larry Hamn,Gwendolyn Faison,Anthony Williams AN EQUAL
where she attended the National Baptist Convention janis Sanders, Charles Sweeting, Patsy Simmons, Mor- OPPORTUNITY EMPLOY2P:
appeared on the general program. ris Anderson, Marilyn Bellamy, Thaddeus Pinckney,Solomon FOR PROGRESS COMPANY

Students returning to Tennessee A& I University for the new Davis, Ronald Allen, W. Pearl Miller,Julia Hollomon, Delores
school year are: Hayes, Donald Bryant, Terry Parker and Pete Worrell.



MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 22. 1967 7 !



Miami minister who owns t:; ::.::::*:*s*::.:mmswmw-M:: : : : :: : ::: *:;*:' PRESENTS ::::::::;:;:::;:::ii:1:::::::::::::::: :: : ::: : :: ::
rental property in perrine, :t?
was sentenced ModaY' to 30 M =

days in Jail and fined $250 for

BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING violation code.Metro Court of Dade's Judge ThomasE. housing I ,,,\ c BIRDLAND I

Lee withheld execution of
LINE-O-TYPE sentence for 30 days to give the I \ tiff

THE LITTLE RED BOOK:Dunbarelemeutarjr principal Nelson Rev. A. D. Coleman a chanceto SUPPER CLUB"

L, dams Jr..suffering from chest expansion but proudly comply with minimum hous-
so. HIS oao, nelson L. sr was Honored ing standard. He said he could
last Sunday up in his hometown of Saraland reconsider the sentence at that
Mobile Co.) Alabama, when the county seat time. 977 NW 11th Ave. I
named and dedicated a school In his honor. The charges against Cole-
Added congrats After two and a half man grew out of a routine
years serving Uncle Whiskers, discharged housing inspection in Januaryof I V I
Army Pfc Otis Ross Jr takes up his college 1966, said Metro Inspectors FT. LAUDERDALE
career a t Tennessee A & I beginning with Warren G. Jackson and EdwinH. t..
the second semester in Mathis. : J
December. Busi- j
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ness tycoon Cliff Baker's heart seizure '. The duplex apartment at
decked him in Jackson Memorial Hospital 10225 and 10227 SW 180th St.,
.. .
Ail ready on a strict diet, BTW June grad Janet Roberts Perrine, was found In viola-
Inspiring for Airline stewardess assignment. tion at that time,Jackson said, GRAND OPENINGFri
and Coleman was sent a list of

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: The late rector of St Agnes Episcopal needed repairs.
Church Archdeacon John E. Culmer's daughter Frauclna a "The list included a leak-
freshman collegian at Fisk University in Nashville The ing roof, rotten wooden overhead -
Leroy Torrences (she's Betty Ross) are expecting the StorkIn torn screen, missing Sept. 29

January Carver bandmaster Emerson Mason's young- glass in windows, inoperativetoilet
est flegllng Debra headed for Emerson's alma mater, FloridaA. facilities and lack ot
St M. last Sabbath .Another daughter Laurestine (Lt water" Jackson said.
Fletcher) Gibson due home soon from Italy As a result of Coleman was given 90 daysto Advance Tickets $3.00 At Door $4.00
the auto accident that floored Jean Parks, the Liberty News make the repairs with ad-
columnist went from body-cast to leg-stilts to doublepneu- ditional inspection after 60
monia. She's now back in Jackson Memorial nursing her latest days then after another 30
m'llady.c days. 2 SHOWS NITELY

"Before a hearingSept *
SALT back WATER from an"around TAFFY:City the world of Miamlpatrolman In 8 days" vacation Jimmy whirl.Wilson Mathis said, "only six of the* FRI SAT SUN ,. SEPT. 29 30 ., OCT 1st.
26 things had been corrected.
to Chi 1 Bimini and all-
Hops c a go, Freeport-in-the-Bahamas Coleman was found guilty
ready tucked under his bulging belt, the galavanting gendarme
then, but Judge Lee adjourned'
takes off next for Jacksonville and his hometown Gainesville. before the
passing sentence so the Starring Sensational I
: His Satellite Lounge stop was one of many pubs on his itinerary "court could inspect the ,
: "'o Invasions, and he proved a gracious host whenever the opportunity apartment." I III'

I presented Itself Mrs. Della B. Carey mending at The court "toured the ,' ., ',.. ,., '" ,' ." ,
: home after surgery in North Shore General hospital. neighborhood and found other "
\ Louise Peru's grandarling Renee' Williams birthday party-ed .!' '; _of' ,
In state of disrepair
t property a ',;. '
at her mother Rose Williams' Opa-locka domicile on her 5th ; {j '//f./
Judge Lee said. ..1iJ1 { ;'
occasion last afternoon from 4 to 6., ;'
Sunday '
Coleman, an electrical con- ,
THE WEEK'S :Local EOPIoff Ices to get Federal .
tractor who lives at 17929 SW
frisking via Washington, D. C.headquarters. .. If you missed 102 Ave., perrine, and also '; "t}
seeing Raoul Ramos on your daily tour you'11 find him beddedIn It
maintains a residence at 1857
Jackson Memorial, room 793, where he entered last Wednesday .
NW 50th St., Miami, said he, ,
if Mrs Jim Reid's son Ken- ,9(: 'I. "
, r Don't be too surprised was not given credit for Improvement ,
nedy Mumford gets the principal's post of that new elemen- he had nude. He <
tary school to be built in the vicinity of 54th at 22nd Ben
said he could not make the repairs
Jones father Campbell C. Jones ailing at Jackson Memorial
because he was sick for
k At leasttwomoreCoppercandidates plan filing for a City the past five
> years. .
4!:; Commission seat -- not counting incumbent Mrs M. Athalie j'
i\\v\\ Range, that is Are the Vaughn(Evadney Curlin) Jacobs r "
pouting or have they agreed to disagree?
f 18 Years of Responsible
Building Service to
'i THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Deloria Marshall named him An- Th. Community :
i ;'r' thony. Her first is a girl. Joycelyn Knowles' uncle James ,
i ''.' Barnett houseguesting for a week Mrs. Leo Armbrister When Buying or Building ,
: .<1\\ and family back home from a Harlem vacation. The Roosevelt '.

I Thurstons celebrating their 27th wedding anniversary.. CALL STANLEY ,, ....t;... '
: ; Gene Stridel at Eden Roc Jessie Ferguson's Gospel Jazz
I I f Singers at the 7 Seas Columbus Smith at Castaways. ru PL '..3604B'
Wally Futch at Cadillac Lounge. Louise Blatch-Pena has utllul Homes'
another young'un. It's a girl who arrived on the daylight scenea I Built on Your
month ago Dr Irene Pratt and Marie White back from Lot or OursAttractiv.
Baptist confab in Denver, Colorado. AI.I
terotlons and
STUFF AND SUCH: Segments of the populace continue to Let us DemollsK c
rant over Florida East Coast Ry resuming its passenger run, Your Worn Out,
but the Flagler System wants no part of It. Ed Ball and Co are Houso and Build
quite satisfied with their box cars for freight only. ShiftingIn a Lov.ly N.w JERRY BUTLER
2nd gear: Tera Stewart from library clerk to secretary for Home :
coordinator of vocational education David Dobbs National Coll Us for Facts About
Education Association gives fifty grand to Florida teachers.Ten Building
grand to Alaska dittoes... Mrs. Jane McKinney's accident Good Bank Financing
last Thursday dark at the horn of her daughter Annie STANLEY BUILDERS, AND HIS BIG SOUND ORCHESTRA
McKinney-Stirrup did not deter her from leaving town Wed- Inc.Licensed ;
nesday for Philly, where she'll visit son Kelsey who's nurs- Insured i
ing an amputated foot.CONFIDENTIALLY.
888 N. E. 79th Street
Miami, Florida! Plus An All Star Birdland Review
YOURS: Seen at the Satellite Lounge: I

Jerry Parks, Oscar Johnson, Arnold Newbold, Frank Ladson,
"Moon" Vickers, "Creep" McCartney, each performing his ,1 I ,
dally ritual. City of Miami's female floozies, routed from f
their Stockade habitat several months ago(due to matron : :;:;::;;:::;:;;:;::::::;::::;;::;:::;::::;:::;;::: PICK UP TICKETS..IN .MIAMI. I I AT m: : ::::::::::::::;:;:;;::::::::::::::::3::

shortage) scheduled b return to their 30-day apt' next month :: 1: t
Visit to Holy Lands among eight tours available to NEA 1:| ((1)) NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU ((3)) TOBACKS DRUG STORE s::1 1
members this winter. Christmas tours offered between De-
cember 19 and January 7 Police mounted patrol steeds 11| ((2) COMMUNITY DRUG STORE (4) ROBERT'S DRUG STORE ::1j ;

(who lost their 'home' by alleged arson) getting new stables
I that're fast being readied for early October occupancy. 1i IN FT. LAUDERDALEPICK ::11 1

I That's it brother, from your one-man-newspaper, who knows j11 UP TICKETS AT BIRDLAND SUPPER CLUB 1! :
everybody and everybody's racket, but who is allways giving
some poor sucker a break. 1111 BOX OFFICE OPENS 1 11m

Smiling- Eddie Lee Pittman, 9 A.M. UNTIL 9 P.M. ;;1!
popular local businessman and
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owner Dive..InnBar,
1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691J
OUR CLASSIFIED ADS 9431. He Invites all his old', For Reservation Call 525-8229
friends to come and meet new ?f
friends. Everyone welcome.
BRING RESULTS Enjoy the pool room and bow WRBD'S WILLIE MARTINM.C.THE tJ
ling. Completely air conditioned



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TI HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967 9 '

city, community leaders are deavors for serving the needs j;

Public Invited To supporting this voluntary ef- of young people in the Greater ,
fort on the part of private en- Miami area.

r f Florida lemorialGroundbreaking



A 11tv
DAVE BONDU Ground breaking ceremonies cations for the time when classes "WHERE THE ACTION IS"
for the construction of open in Septembet 1968 -

Florida Memorial College Just one year from now NW 2nd Ave. at 36th St.

is taking over the column for the next week or awhile o take place Sunday, September "We are position to
I am galavanting around Nassau and London,on my once- 24 at 4:00 p.m. on the college demonstrate to the nation,that
in-a-lifetime vacation Okay old girl, go for yourself, site at NW 156th St. and Le- the people of Dade County can WELCOME HOME PARTY FOR MR. SOUL

Goody, I get a chance to talk about our new Mayor and our! Jeune Rd.The live together inpeace,and that

City Commissioners !III I 1 Now that I have the chance, what I t announcement was they can work together, learn Jimmie GriffinSTARTING
should I say? I know I*11 tell you a story about a guy that has, made by Rev. Edward T.Graham together and study together. .

long since been a good friend of mine,and who is a wonderful I chairman of the college "The support of Florida

person. Steve Clark, 'scuse me ...Our Honorable Stephen P. Board of Trustees. Memorial College by the

Clark, Mayor of the City of Miami.. is for progress in our\ In an appeal to parents in newspapers, radio, TV,public

city on all levels.Being on the City Commission has made him,I Dade County, particularly, official, education leaders .
"wise" to the needs of the city and to the ways and means of( Rev. Graham is requesting and community leaders has

getting things done. I am not say ing that he knows about every that the public attend the ceremonies been magnificent.

problem of every neighborhood(it is up to us to inform him of and bring their child- "We would now like to seea

these things), but I sincerely believe that we will have better ren. demonstration of real Inter-

government, better progress and more personal care if we 1 I est on the part of the public
this In this "After all a college is for and certainly the children..
keep man office. I am not saying that Mayor High,
bless him, was not a good Mayor. We are aware of all of the['I I young people and although the
has t=: leaders in the
college predominant Religious
fine things he did for our town. What I am saying is that now
that Steve Is in the ly a Negro institution of higher community representing all
job... let's keep him there! Election time I
education these past 75 denominations will be out in
is right around the corner,and we must keep not only our Mayor -
the force to extend
college Board of Trustees their welcometo
but our fine Commissioners right there in the seats we I THIS THURSDAY
wants the people of Dade this new thrust in higher
gave them. Mrs. Athalie Range has done a most efficient and I
to know that the school education.
admirable Job, not only for the Negroes of Miami, but for all County MINI-SKIRT CONTESTAlso
of the is open to all regardless of Representatives of all Prizes for the Men
people. As Dave calls her, "The Little bundle of dyna-
creed is levels of education from the
mite" race, or color. It our
has done a tremendous amount of work and spread good-
desire to have the college fully Dade County School Boardandthe FRIDAY & SATURDAY FLOOR SHOW
will among citizens of all races. The Cubans, Chinese, Gentiles FEATURING
integrated and we would like Classroom Teachers
Jewish, Negro, Bahamian, Irish, Italian and other race 1
this of to Assn. to representatives from
representatives love her. She is a model"good" among us, process : AL & JACKIE
commence with the the University of Miami Biscayne
ground -
and has shown everybody what can be done if you apply your- I "The Dog Twins" Laughter Galore
breaking where Negroes and College, Barry Collegeand
self. Irwin Christie and Dave Kennedy have also done much to 1
white adults and children Miami-Dade Junior
project the image of the fine and clean city. Our new Commissioner GLENDA WASHINGTONYour
Join together and welcome this College will be on hand to wel-
Maurice Ferre, was one of my candidates in the last: Favorite "Soul Songs"
four liberal arts school. come Dr. Royal W. Puryear
election. I like him for whathestood for and voted for him. year ,
Now that he is willing to give up that position to become a "In addition," stated Rev. president Florida Memorial "HOLLERING HORACE" The Crazy D. J. I
Graham "I would be most College.
Commissioner I am for him 100%. I will all I
hope you get out anxious to accept inquiries In consideration of the dif- "LITTLE DAVID" Our Soul Lover
there andvotethese"proveD-worthy"tolkback in their seats
about this newest college in ficulty this past in con-
. All of them. We need them, and they will continue to do a year MARIA & SARAH "Dance Fantastics"SUNDAY
Dade County for student appll- structing a new State Univer-
good Job for us.

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Era Mae Bostick it to them. For $1.00 Frank is giving them a three-hour show Donnie Gee, D. J. and His All Star Revue

featuring his 11-plece band, Little Beaver, Louis Howard,
Sharon Robinson and Soul Singer Billy Young. The matinees "Soul Bus" for the Dolphin game with Kansas will
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK ClaytonCareyBaker's( North-
side : will be from 3 6everySundayat the Police Benevolent Hall, leave Soul's Place at 4 p.m. Only 40 seats and 40
Shoe Store)
NW 17th Ave., and 44th Street..That is it for this week. tickets, so sign up now)

Til the next one LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN Free Buffet with famous
VIP OF THE WEEK: Charlie HadleyIn our Memphis Soul's It.won
MINUTE OF IT. TO MAKE THE WHOLE WORLDSMILE the house after the game. t

talking with Lt.Leroy Smith,of the Miami Police Depart- EVER BODY SAY, "PEACE"I! :

ment, he told us about the Boy Scout Jamboree that was held
in Idaho last month. This was the first time the U. S. had been

host to the World Jamboree. There were some 20,000 boys REWARDFor
from all over the world present, and they were broken into

camps F-R-I-E-N-D-S-H-I-P.. Each boy in each group the return or informa- Frank Williams Presents A Special
had a sweater with a hughe letter denoting his camp on it. On a tion leading to the return of a

certain day, there was a singnal given and these boys had to Mikkor Matic F 1.4 Lens
find other boys who had different letters and form the word Camera, lost last week in the TEENAGE MATINEE

"FRIENDSHIP." Lt. Smith said it was a thrilling experienceto vicinity of the Miami Times.

see these thousands of boys running from place to place Call Frank Johnson, 635-4748.

trying to form the word, and when it was formed, to see the Sunday Sept. 24
different nationalities that were represented in the complete ;

word. Picture 10 boys, of all races and creeds, holding hands -j
and forming a word that is universal. 0 f course, prizes and FOR SALE AT THE

gifts were given to the groups who were first to form the word. Government owned homes. Police Benevolent Hall '.t,'
We can all well imagine what a sight this must have been, and Any Area All Site

the friendships that were developed between these youngsters.Lt. lest From than$100 down. Poyment COR. NW 11th AVE. & 44th ST.
rent. Anyon. can
Smith also told us about the requirement each young- buy.
ster had to learn to speak many words in another language. He FEATURING
1. V. BERGER, Broker
was happily surprised to see youngsters speaking the tonguesof 910 S. bold Building

other boys, which would have been a barrier to them before 371.0226 Williams & His RocketeersFLORIDA'S
attending this affair. "'Ioe songs that were sung were univer- . .

sal," said Lt. Smith. When you hear"Silent Night," "Coming First and Second
through the Rye" and other classics, the music is the same, Loans. Legal Interest mortgages rate NO. I II-PIECE SOUL RECORDING ORCHESTRAAND

only the words are different. And to hear thousands of voices only Quick service.CENTRAL .. ,

singing these songs in different languages was something to ex- MORTGAGE THE SENATIONAL

perience" It sounds like a great thing, and it is too bad that 910 Seybold Building
more of us could not have had this experience, too. To top it 371.0226 LITTLE BEAVER"SOUL

all off, I had a phone call from Jim and Olice Keene. They had
been to dinner downtown and saw this young man at the Bus STUFF"PLUS : .

Station. They talked with him and learned he was returningfrom $500 Down ki
the Boy Scout Jamboree, and would not be able to get a No qualifying or closing cost s

plane until 3 days later. Of course, Knowing Jim and Olice, 1457 NW 50th Vacant.Street LOUIS HOWARD"I'M i
Lovely CBS,
they took him home with them.They took him to the Continental -
and The James Club so that he could see some of Miami's Move in. A HAPPY MAN"BILLY

night life, and he enjoyed it. $600 Down FHA

2625 NW 120th Strut

Lovely 3 bedrm, 2 baths
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Clyde Kill n' s Hurricane CBS, Fla room, screenedpatio

Boys will make their annual treck across the Knight Beat Stageon near Dade Jr. Cob '
October 31st. I know you don't want to miss it. Our Ma- lege. No closing c osf. ..
yor and City Officials have increased the police protection in :

the "daylight robbery" areas. This is definitely a step toward
making it safe for us to walk the streets of our town. Our hats $400 Down LITTLE BEAVER

off to them. Hear tell that Napolean Reed Is holding down $98 Month Pays ill
the "singing fort" at my old club, "The Pirate's Den" in No closing costs EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION

Freeport. It is a beautiful room and he is sure to have a suc- 8720 NW 14th Avenue

cessful engagement Vera Hicks back at Hick's Kurt and Nice CBS on Jorge cor. lot. .. .1 BILLY YOUNG"TOO

Komb and doing well. Sam Cohen, principal of Northwestern -
$700 Down
High, had a birthday on the 9th. His staff tricked him into MUCH FOR MY BABY"SHARON
No Qualifying
the auditorium where they presented him with a gift and a few No closing costs r

kind words. Happy belated birthday, ole boy. His wife had a 1720 NW 30th Street ROBINSON

birthday on the 15th. A happy birthday to her, too. Nicely furn. 2 bedroom, 2

Congratulations to Frank Williams of the Continental Club both, air cond.ALLAPATTAH. YOUNG
for Introducing weekly Teenage Matinee dances for the young- REALTY Admission $1.00Mayme
club talent. The teenagers long for this
sters with top night Realtors 633-0426
type of entertainment, but the cost has been too high to give


10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22,1967i'

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday September 22, 1967 11

Round AboutTalk I American Jewish Committee I

; 4)I

# Urges Passage of Fair .....l

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BY JIMMY "SCpOP"THE p TH L Housing Bill \ "
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SUPREMES, THE HAPPENINGS. Walter Bond, 29, New YorkMortis B. which are already overwhelmingly -. r ..' .
former Astro(Houston)first baseman-outfielder,died of leu- Abram, president of the Negro, our proclaim' .) -
kemia September 14. Inl964hisbestyearwith Houston, Texas American Jewish Committee, ed goal of desegregating pre- '"it; 'I, ,
Major League)Bond drove In 85 runs;hit 20 homers, seven has urged passage of the Fair dominantly Negro public'l' '
triples 16 doubles Housing Bill in a statement schools becomes 4",
and wound up with a 254 B. A. The 6-6214 a mockery. '/
pounder broke in 1957 with the Florida ,,State League in Cocoa. subcommittee on Housing and Mr. Abram stated that a fair r CSa
Florida. Negro teacher, Maurice McNeil of Baldwin, Long Urban Affairs of the Senate housing law could help prevent 4 b ,$ I
Island, Senior High School, was cleared of a charge by a white Banking and Currency Com such disturbances in the ghet- J1 !
girl student (Susan Schafmer, 16))that he molested her. (There mittee, which is consideringthe tos as have recently occurred. I(
should be a law!)- The Board of Education voted for dismis- legislation. "Since it has been readily I II
sal of the case and re-instatement for McNeil on Friday, Sept. "Housing discrimination is observable that Negroes residing J.
15. Robert((35x Smith,former bodyguard of assassinated, not merely a problem unto itself inpredominantly white
Malcolm X on trial on charges of unarming and shooting three ,' Mr. Abram said."It is neighborhoods do not riot,"
NYC detectives, was "handcuffed and gagged"by order of Supreme inextricably woven into the en- he said, "it may be supposedthat
C ou r t Justice Hyman Barshay Friday, because of tire fabric of minority-group these calamities could be
Smith's steady stream of complaints all during the morning oppression in America, with wverted if a fair measure of
court session.Robert(35X)Smith has become a hero to the teen a myriad of serious conse residential integration could
kids of the black quences. If for example a be achieved least effec-
ghetto cities.They see him as the "Black fast ; or a
gun" who couldha\ killed the three cops but chose to let them qualified Negro is unable to tively promoter, through
live. Would the three cops, Joseph Bad, Julian Scavett and accept apreferred Job becausehis open-housing legislation."
Andrew Tranchina (all Italians) have spared Smith's life had color bars him from living Founded in 1906,the American -
they gotten the drop on him??? "Hurt pride and embarrass within a reasonable traveling Jewish Committee is the
ed." Adam Clayton Power's appearance in Washington did distance of the prospective Job pioneer human relations Y k c a
not create very much excitement, but it started a rumor that location, then as a practical agency in this country.It com- +
Powell and his Puerto Rican wife may re-instate their marriage matter his Job opportunity is bats bigotry, protects the civil
.. NYC teachers striking against the children in the cancelled. When Negro families and religious rights of Jews Lisa, four and Daryl home of their grandparents
ghettos. Michigan Gov. George Romney Harlem, klssin' are precluded from living and advances the cause of human Thomas, five,celebrated their Jack and Gladys Thomas, 1423 I
babies and huggin' old folks, shooting' for the office of the US anywhere except in areas rights for all. birthdays Sunday, September NW 68th Terrace. Their other
President. even after the professional gunmen massacred 17, with a party attended by 52 grandparents are John and
42 blacks in his Detroit "67' "Hot Summer Riot." relatives and friends at the Vera White. I

Spotlight on West Palm Beach New Parks Sites Sought

Swinging into West palm Yd.hYLYdTL1This
Beach by fast rail(Silver Meteor In Northwest Section
with the
) George McCrays
she's the former Mildred Newspaper Is
Rutledge of Ocala.) and their 4 r Two possible sites for a new Porter said the administration more
son, Sammy 18. The McCrays park in the predominantly Negro has also been consider- Interested in this communitythan
reside in NYC at 138 W.146th northwest area were sug- ing the expansion and develop
St. George is employed by thel gested on Tuesday by County ment of a park in the Olinda any other publicationIn
Pullman Coach Line. In Palm Manager Porter Homer.He Park Villas area at NW 21st
Beach they vacationed at.the was authorized by Metro Ave. and 51st St. Negroes feel the world. .
home of Mrs. Ann Rutledge, commissioners to hire inde- both parcels of land should be
and the town is still talking pendent appraisers to deter- acquired.Lot .
about the fabulous wedding of mine the value of the land at
Delores Rutledge (Ann's DELORES RUTLEDGE each site and report back on 100x150 for church or "PERSONTOPERSON"That's
daughter)and Mr.Richard Sutton his final selection. Business! on 17th Ave. and UsYou! and Your
which took place July 30 In town were the Rev. and Mrs. 51st Terr. Corner Corner,
The 1967-68 Metro budget 50x105, 14th Ave. 55thSt. LOCAL Newspaper
Wellington Rutledge of Palatka,Fla.;Thelma Rutledge, Mr.and .
Duplex lot. terms.
Mrs. George Smith,of 1879 NW 56thSt., Mrs. Clarissa Griffith for the fiscal year starting We buy and sell. 75x100 1
and daughter, Mrs. Marie Taylor of Hollis,R.I., N. Y., Marie Oct. 1, includes $125,000 for price $1500 with R1 lot. 1 If I W
Johnson of NYC, Mrs. Alma Days of 1493 NW 51st St., Miami; buying land for the neighborhood BARON 538-1340
Mrs. Barbara Jones of Ocala and Mr.Henry Harvey of Miami. park. .
Also on the Beach were Hamp Days and family A drive to
Riviera Beach and the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Moss Residents in the are a recommended
Everett of 632 2nd St.A short hop around the "Club Circuit' the purchase of an WHY NOT DO YOUR
Club Ebony Lounge and the Blue Heron Club of Riviera Beach undeveloped five-acre tract
and the Club Sunset of Palm Beach -- "a place in the sun." near NW 17th Ave.and 87th St.

Hundreds of Negroes have BANKING' AT LINCOLN?
moved into that area recently -
r f", and a park is badly needed.

,r' I Full Banking Service ,' .
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LOOKING FOR A GOOD \ 'II (. ;\ : ., .
With Hours TailoredTo .:f' :
PAINT & BODY SHOP? \ :) ,; ./

YOU'VE FOUND ITI! :t'1 ) \::1;: :
Fit YourConvenience '
,1 1 1GA1L JOB $29.95All T

'f types of body work, .,..
welding car waxing

WHITE MR. t MRS. GEORGE M':CRA Y This ad worth $5.00 on
body work

16, is the daughter of Mrs. Marie White of 911 3rd Street, West FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO
Palm Beach. She will graduate in the "class of'68." Ambi- Paint & 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY i/ r3
tion: To be a registered nurse; loves "Rock and Roll'music. '
Favorite singers, Sam and Dave; songs, "Soothe Me,""I'm a Body Shop EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M. --
Soul Mm." Hobby, sewing and modeling clothes. UNTIL 8:00 P.M.


Master Sgt.) Perpall and his family arrived in Miami Labor 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON

Day for a two-week vacation with his mother, Mrs. Hilda per- FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK Mrs. Katherine Anderson
pall of 1720 NW 44th St Miami. Arthur resides in Washington SAVE UP TO 40% TRANSACTIONS ONLY: came
D. C. at 718 Seventh St., S. E.,where,he is serving in aspecial ON with the Bank April, 1966 as
unit. Accompanying him were his wife, Mary Alicia; RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS New Accounts Secretary, has
son, Earl, and daughters, Janet and Patricia.. The Perpallsalso Auto Insurance CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK since added Executive Secre-
the Elder J. H. Bethel family of Mt.
spent time visiting Liability Physical CUSTOMERS
tary duties as well. Previously
Pisgah Church in Opa-locka.
worked for United Fund of Dade
22 FilingNo ,
County and EOPI. See Mrs.
Ont Refused
TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC. "Sam and Dave" and GOOD DRIVERS Anderson to open your account.
Revue at Cheetah's B'way and 53rd St., with Soul Man record
breaking Diana Ross and the Supremes' "Reflections" Ho Finance Charge Lincoln is Your Bank. Use if.1
dedicated to Brothers Charles and Willie Carson. Pretty. as Unit, as
Mildred Porter of NYC dedicates Jackie Wilson's"Higher andHigher" 15% DOWN
to Ronald and Lawson Christian of Miami., Wilson .
Pickett's Soul hit number one," Funky B'wayto cute "Bon AT SHELL! CITY LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
Marche's" Mary Johnson. Otis Redding and Carla Thomas' (South Door)
"Knock on Wood"to teen Roslyn Johnson.. Mar-Kay's "Soul PLAZA INSURANCE [1- ] or MIAMI
Finger" to Roslyn Williams Aretha Franklin, the queenof AGENCY firttfully kttttrated bank in the tntlre Swituatltifkt
song, top list, "Respect," "Baby, I Love You," Dr. Feel- ken if the E4bon Financial Center
Phone:754-4951 601J N.W.7th AVMNM Pfc...
good" ...Dionne Warwick's" of the World" with 7574431I
James Brown's "Cold Sweat" Time and tide wait for no 5941 NW 7th Avenue

man. So long.

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday September22,1967


j Jt 4 OM : :
| On last Thursday, Sept. 14, ,
::::: Dorsett's of 43rd Terrace had 1;,
FIRST ANNIVERSARY::::: a family reunion at the home t4en"
: ::::: of the oldest daughter, Mable fl'
::::: Dorsett Glover. 1
jij 1i1: An Aunt, Eva Hall of New
|:::|:: York was present, also Her-
::|: man, Beverly and "Kit" Dor-
:ji::: sett of New York; Marvin and
./ .. ijj::: Beverly Jean Fonderville of
:::: Chicago. This affair made
1k >::: Mrs. Dorsett, the mother, live "
;:::: another year longer. Also in-
J :::: eluded were his six children
:!: with their husbands and wives; l'u w
'I'JJ /" :::: grandchildren and great
I \ :::| grandchildren.

JJ .. : ..........Z-1'...,...., :::: Immediately following they
:: were entertained with a dinner
8;:: and social hour.
; :::


::1 Mrs. Florence Hepburn,
plfAcd 1 :;'::wishes to thankthe auxiliaries
Qe'vy{ '
::j:: and members of Temple Bap- Y
:::: list Church, and other friends
ft;:: for their prayers, telephone
total 1 : Miss Sandra Fox, captivated a most appreciative
{ audiencelast
||:::: calls and donations during her
Sunday afternoon with a stirring recital at the
f::|:: illness. She also thank those
pi 1; who visited her,and prays that tern Senior High School Auditorium. Along with the musical,
there was a Fashion Review featuring Miss Shir ley Turnquest
THANK 1 Kj::: the Lord will bless all them.
ti :':,:' and Miss Ruby Lazier. Mr.Willie Reed Williams accompaniedMiss
1 K 1:; Mrs. Florence HepburnThe Fox.- Photo by Glamour Studios.

YOUtO ,, : ::;

uta I Swanky Birdland Supper

Wondwj/d r Club Opens Sept. 2930and

::1 all-new Birdland Sup- new dining facilities are Uniformed security door-
I 1I ; per Club, completelyrenovat- supervised by a clean and ef- men and, walkie-talkie equip-
:: ed at a cost of over $200,000, ficient staff Gracious and ped security guards will be on
:: will have its grand opening beautifully gowned< hostessesand the Birdland parking lot.
i Friday, Sept. 29. A number of barmaids, and 20 cocktail Disc Jockey Willie Martin
1 rI ":: the great stars will be therein waitresses will give unexcelled of Fort Lauderdale's Station
'1:: person. service. WRBD will be MC opening
:::: The Birdland South will be The Basin Street Room has night. There will be two shows.
I E f '::: an elite supper club.NatSaun- all new ladies' and men's Music will be furnished by
;:: ders, the foremost promoter, lounges, and is open seven Jerry Butler and His 9-Piece
,\ :::: and Johnny Burke, a theatrical nights a week. It features full orchestra and the Magnificent
A fur-like 4'
dashing tt
M ;:: booking agent,have teamed course dinners and nightly entertainment Sevrn.
sleeveless coat, q f : ::,:: up to operate this beautiful, by the Frank Sullivan For reservation call 525-
lined, and '
fully 4 A Easy silhouette 11i ii swanky, and intimate supper Trio. 8229.
swinging over a 1'?
::::: club that is featuring two new
silky knit top "i ,, .1< lots of verve / ,::.:::1 rooms.
dress tie at the i( Span the seasons ::1'::: The new Boulevard Room
hip atop a furry r : :::: seats comfortably over thou- IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
skirt. in pink, /lime/ or ::;: sand people.Its stunning decor

black on white 'i I jJs ( with contrast ;1: of red and gold is breathtaking. EXCELLENT EARNINGS OPPORTUNITY
:: Only top stars from all
his ::1=
7 yf :.: over the country will be fea MA
stT/pes. ::::: tured. BUS OPERATORSNEW

i j S to IS ': ;1:: Featuring at the entrance is
::::: a Maitre'd reservation desk.
i New ladies' and men's lounge
i facilities are on both sides of WAGE RATES IMPROVED BENEFITS
I' I i this fantastic room. The en- (Effective October I, 1967))
( :
larged ladies' powder and restrooms
: are something to see.
J ,! ':':: With its luxurois drapes and Starting Base Rate $2.29 per hour

I carpeting, the Birdland is fully $2.40 after 6 months $2.52 after 18 months
air-conditioned. Its ultra

electronically controled sound
CA :::: system has 32 electronically PLUS MANY CASH ALLOWANCESTen

I' : i regulated speaker, so that patrons

can listen comfortably ((10)) Paid
Holidays ,
no matter where they are seat- AnnuaJly

ed.The new soft lighting effect Two ((2)) Weeks Paid Sick Leave

.<..<. I
1i1 I 1"j Black Power Two ((2)) Weeks Paid Vacation

I (/ j'-( I Theme On $60 Travel Cash time Uniform Allowance Allowance each. year

1;; Channel 7
MATTIE/ ALLEN, Proprietor :
Two programs on channel 7 Report and Turn-in Time Allowances
Sunday should be of intense interesttolocalNegroesonSun-
I I; Time and One-Half after 44 hours per week

day.At '
i 6 p.m.on Florida Forum, $6,000 Life Insurance Coverage
Earl Carrol will debate Metro
I .
<< { district voting. Carroll has Group Hospitalization with Major Medical

Specializing in fitting the hard to fiteia 111ii11 been carrying the fight for dis-
trict voting for years.He feels Many other outstanding benefits
i11 jj that is the only way the Negro

will get representation on gov- Metro
:: Transit Authority hat immediate openings for
:: ernmental bodies.
Jiu ;; qualified, safe
1i1 Following Florida Forum drivers, age 21 to 45, Florida Chauf
111; f.vr's license required, normal
:, will be a half hour documen- glasses vision and neorine,
tary on "What Black power
5843 NW 17th Ave. Phone 696-3515 11: Should businessmen Constitute.have been" inter-Local $10 TRAINING PAY PER DAY

viewed and their comments on APPLY DADE COUNTY PERSONNEL DEPT.
l@njjjii : Negro business here will be I 1351 I JtW 12
!! ti m@mtH : JWjMlWm iHi@Mm mmmi Jiiiimjm!! ; j presented. ST. 5th FLOOR JUSTICE"BLDG.I




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967 13

.,'if..\11 < THE BEGINN-IK I ; Non Profit Groups Sought As

"' """"--

Low Cost Housing Sponsors

.. .

Local builders, mortgage stature in the morning ses- pending legislation,' said Ed- that technical experts and po-
lenders, developers and hous- sions, with seminars scheduled win Tucker, chairman of the tential sponsor groups will be I
ing groups will convene Sept. for the afternoons. CRB Housing Committee. brought together for the first
28th and 29th at the EvergladesHotel Keynote speaker will be "This Conference is unique in time.'
for a Conference on Low William S. Slayton, formerU.S.
and Moderate Cost Housing. Commissioner for Urban
Sponsored by the Dade Com- Renewal and currently executive IB/ Rushes Completion
inanity Relations Board, the vice president of Urban I
M Conference is geared to America, Inc.
interest local nonprofitgroups Others who will address the Of low Cost HousingRobert

In developing low-cost Conference are Louis Danzig, -
C. Weaver, Secretary leased la the next nine months.
housing under government and executive director, Newark,
of Housing and Urban Development These projects will be given
private programs. New Jersey Housing and Re-
announced from top priority so that federal
Other sponsors are the development Authority; Mor-
Miami Area Federal Housing ton Schomer, assistant U, S. the White House Tuesday that funds and energies may flow
the Johnson Administrationplans into the projects that offer the
Administration, the Greater Commissioner for Multifamily -
to double the number of
Miami Urban League,the Dade Housing (HUD); LawrenceCox low cost earliest opportunity for occu-
housing units readied
M County Department Housing director, Norfolk, Vir- pancy.
and Urban Development, the ginia Housing Authority; and for occupancy next year, The federal government
Miami Housing Authority, and C. Floyd Cooper, preseident, from 35,000 to'10OOObyadop. supports low-cost housing ef-
the Dade County Economic Opportunity American Federal Savings and ting new procedures and pri- torts by insuring local bond Issues -

Program Inc. Loan Association, Orlando, orities. that raise money for con-
The plans will accelerate struction. It also offers subsidies -
a According to Lee Black, Florida.
Housing Specialist of the CRB, The Conference was called rather than expand public to make up the differ
the Conference program will"because of the many new possibilities housing programs. Weaver ence between income from
feature distinguished speak promised in the field described the program to Pre- rents and the combined cost of
ers and consultants of national of housing by the FHA provisions sident Johnson, who was said operating the housing units and
and other current or tohave urged officials into retiring the bonds.
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faster action. Families whose annual incomes -
Training Offered For Welders Local housing authoritiesover amount to $4,000 less
the country were Informed and who pay rentals of from
of the new system Monday. .$40 to $70 month
per ,are gen-
And Communication WorkersA They are expected to submit erally assigned to low-cost
within a month bilitated or housing units.
regional spokesman for tic employment offices have
the U. S. Department of Laborin the responsibility of finding
Atlanta said that U. S. Sec- Jobs for the trainees upon their PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE
retary of Labor W. Willard satisfactory completion of the MADE
! Wirtz and Secretary of Health, MDTA courses E mployers g
I II Education and Welfare John W. interested in recruiting MDTA + PLASTIC FURNITURE
I Gardner announced approvalof graduates may do so throughthe SLIP COVERS

II I seven Manpower Development Florida State Employment O CIYITAI CLIAII.IAVV NC
and Training Act(MDTA) Service (FSES). o ; lAltlMOMl OAU6ItONO e
projects for Florida costing O FULIV
Since 1962, when the Act .UAtANTlIOMTIIIU.I
$426,463, of which $405,024
I will be Federal MDTA funds. went into effect, more than e lust-... ,, ',, MAN' kIN
10,500 institutional projects "ANN "'
Two projects) ,to be conducted have been approved to train 0 tltMIMMIimti tltl IITIMATII p
at the Manpower Develop- more than 600,000 people in 0 UIMIOM SPECIALIZING
All VIKtl
ment Training Center in Mia- about 600 occupations. The 0 H IIHIM SUP IN PLASTIC COVERS ocr NIeNT of
t mi will train: 40 combination MDTA Is administered jointlyby EXCLUSIVELY
welders for 26 weeks, total the Departments of Labor, ..MoNI714.5UZ
: .1 cost $76,083, Federal portion and Health, and Education and House ol Grctchen
: $72,575 90 communicationand
; Welfare.
Formerly Gretchen-Nichol Plastic Cover
1j employability workers for

: 1 eight weeks, cost $57,776, .
Federal $54,382.A .
project to be conductedin
Fort LauderdaleattheLong
Building will train 20 steno
graphers for 53 weeks, total

cost $65,137, Federal $62- .,..
296. .".,'
The Center for Adult Studioat <::1,;

3 Child Pensacola will train 20 au- .) ,'
Opportunity tomobile mechanics for 51 -i
:r.: ,, +:, ,. ,
weeks, cost $75,864, Federal '. ; :. ..,<,.<..1 r 'tI
Centers Graduate 60 $69,984.Two 't / "
; projects to be conducted : :

EOPI Child Opportunity Centers..South Miami, St. Fran- at the Manpower Development ., $. -:1 ,{::
cis, Dorsey, Mt. Zion, Mary Hill and Temple Israel. grad- Center in Gainesville :" ;.... ,.. 9:.. ,i5O
uated sixty six-year-olds. will train: 20 general sales I 1. : : .' :: .
The downtown centers graduated together at the Mt. Zion persons for 21 weeks, total ": >i; .

Child Opportunity Center. There was a full program with Miss cost $25,348, Federal$24,403; r > # ,1
Laurie Forniss, director of the St. Francis Center acting as 20 gas engine repairmen for 39 : : ,
Mistress of Ceremonies. weeks at a cost of $54,014, ,
'<'?<. '. .
Federal protion $52,272.The 9'
Certificates for the graduating class and programs were '>:"
donated by Mr and Mrs. M. L. Forniss the Forniss Print- .
ing Company, Birmingham, Alabama. Manpower Development ..
Center at St. Petersburg will
((1)) Claudia Fuller, director of Mt. Zion and Dorsey Child Opportunity train 40 bakers and cooks for
Centers, directs the young graduates in their 28 weekscost$72,241Fed-
class song. eral portion $69,112. JERRY STERNOwner
Since the beginning of the

((2) Seen here aiding members of the graduating class in the MDTA program 89 per cent of
limbo are Temple Israel Child Opportunity Center teacher, all MDTA institutlonaltralnees
Beth Lowenstein, left, and teachers aid, Clarice Johnson. obtained employment after Since 1945 of
training; 75 per cent were em-

(3)) Eugene Rigby, teacher at South Miami Child Opportunity ployed at the time of last contact -
Center, addressing graduating class. The Federal-State pub-

((4)) Mrs. Janie Mixon, director of the South Miami Child Opportunity

Center hands out diplomas. "Any where In he world

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday September 22 1967
_, -- -.. --. .
Mrs. Etta Mitchell,
RANGEMrs. ALBERT 1749 NW 5th PI, died Sept. 14

Orelia Seymour of Miss Ruby Pinkney, 157 NW Among her survivers are,
I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I 6341 NW 25th Ave.,died TUes- 16th St., died Sept. 9. Funeral husband, Alex, mother, Mrs.
day, Sept. 12. She is survivedby services were held Saturday Lucinda Evans. Will repose

"'- her widow, Chileon; a son from 55NW 7th.. Friday morning 10:00a.m.un-
Burline Rolle; three grand-: William Sanders, 551 NW 7 til shipping time Friday at 9:30

I IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS. IN MEMORIAM children; two great.grand- St., Apt. 32, died Sept. 12. He p.m., to Ocala, for final rites.
I children; two brothers, Harry is survived by his wife, Lillie
la memory of our loved one, The family of the late, Jn loving memory of our and Levi Wright; four sisters, two sons, Maurice and William Mrs. Theodoloa Stanford,

_, ARNOLD ALSTON SULLIVAN dear.mother,grandmother and Mesdames, Louise Rigby, ; one d a u g b te r, Myrtle; 1250 NW 87th St,died Sept. 16.
who departed this life Sept. 8, sister Rosa Curtiss, Henrietta Hep- five sisters, Madames, Fredis Among her survivers are; 3
1967, wish to express our sin- burn and Edith Adder ley. Fun- and Annette Sanders, Mary L. daughters, Misses, Barbara
cere appreciation to the many eral services were conducted Terrell, Margie Ree Elkins, Ann, Myrtle, Retia Stanford;
friends for cards, telegrams, re Saturday in the Church of God philis Granger; two brothers, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Free-
floral tributes, and other kind of Prophecy.Mrs. James and Alfonso. Remainswere man Campbell;two sisters,
and thoughtful deeds which shipped Friday to Madames, Doreatha Dixon,
gave us courage and strengthin Mattie Peterson of Palatka, Fla., for final rites. A r Ii n d a Bent. Funeral ser-
our hours of bereavement. 5201 N. MiamiA ve.,died Wed vices Thursday, 3:00 p.m
We wish to extend special mesday, Sept. 13. She is survived Edward Johnson, 240 NW 21 First Baptist Church in
thanks to the Range Funeral by a son, Willie; three St., Apt. 28, died Sept. 14.He is Brownsville.
Home, the 55th Street Neigh- daughters, Mary Cook, Willie survived by his wife, Linda;
borhood Club,the Bunche Park Hicks and Minnie C. Taylor; two sons, Albert and Eddie; Lewis Henderson, 1605 NW

Elementary and Dorsey Junior three brothers, W. T. John, one daughter, Evelyn; parents 51 Ter., died Sept. 18. Amonghis
and the and Vince Sllimon sister four sisters Madames, Daisy
High faculties many ; a survivers are, one daughter -
i friends who came by to be of Mortis Williams. Funeral Pringle, Janie White, Sarah Mrs. Inez Daniels; one son

a ._ assistance. services were conducted Mon- Dixon, and Mary Ballard; five Willie four sisters, Ma-
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sincere thanks 18th in the Greater brothers John, Gabe Jr., Alfred
Again, our i MRS. SALLIE CARTERwho day, Sept. dames, Nina Sanders, Orpie
LONNIE J. RANDOLPHwho and may God bless each of you. Bethel AME Church.Ellington Johnson, WesleyBallard, Lee, Weder Flemmings, Mae
with life Sept.
departed on and Willie Lee. Remains were
12 1965. departed this life Satur- Williams; three brothers;
"Duke" Hall of shipped Wednesday ManningS.
The Sullivan-Greer FamilyIN 24 ARTIS P. Y. and Connie. Ar-
It seems like only yesterday day, September ,
307 NW llth St., died Satur- Carolina for final rites.
that you were here with us, We all love her but God love rangements are incomplete.
day, Sept. 16. He was a mem-
laughing, talking and spreading 'MEMORIAM her best. ber of the 19 5 6 graduatingclass

Joy. Now two years have so of Booker T. Washington -
swiftly passed, and It seems In loving memory of our Mrs. Lola Swilley, High School, and an out-
only as if you are always on a dear daughter Mrs. Beatrice Carter standing player on the football NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU

long Journey; a Journey from Mrs. Mary L. Carter team. He is survived by his
which we know you shall never Mrs, Eddie M. Newell wife, Betty;a daughter Pamelahis SNYDERS BARIER: SHOP

return. Mrs. Rosa B. RichardsonMiss parents, Mr. and Mrs. St.
iLTH Della M. Carter, Clair Hall; his grandmother, 6711 NW 15 AVE
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hadleyand daughters.Mrs. Mrs. Joseephine Johnson;

Sons FlorenceChristopher, three brothers, Andrew, Mil 691-9314
And FamilyIN Mrs. Rosa L, Tyson sisters ton an d Frank; five sisters,

Jack, Charlie and Major Marie Taylor, Mozell Pierce,
MEMORIAMIn Wheeler, brothers. Ruth Hall, Claretha Edwardsand
A Sixteen grandchildren and Cassandra Hall. Funeral
sad but loving memory of s 35 great-grands. services will be conducted on

our dear husband and brother Thursday, Sept. 21st at 4:00 '
p.m. in St. Paul AME Church.
_cA' ." ,
"' -
Clifton Groves of 1318 NW
family of the late .
PRISCILLA PIGFORD 41st St., died Sunday,Sept. 17. i t
who departed this life Sept. 23, BEATRICE SCOTT Arrangements are incom- .
1966.A who departed this life August t plete.

precious one from us is goneA 21, 1967, wish to express our
voice loved is stillA sincere thanks and appreciation -
we In J. Merkersonof NW '

place is vacant in our home expressions for the numerous extended methodsof to us:, 70th St., died recently. He is ,r, : JA
The world can never fill. survived by his wife, Geral-
recent bereave-
during our
Ollle Pigford, mother ment. dine; three daughters, ANDREW STROMAN DAVID SNYDER
Wilber Pigford, father Frances Anderson, Irus and
thanks to Hair Stylist Proprietor I'
Jean Cllmpson, cousin Special Range: Cheryl Merkerson; three
Funeral Home, First BaptistChurch t sons, Ira, Levern and Gerald; *HAIR CUTTING
; Rev. Macon and Gor a father John; eight brothersand .gar
DEACON WILLIAM CARD OF THANKSWe tons Shrimp Factory. sisters, Including Mrs. *PROCESSING ,IL y., <<:-if. .' _
CRAWFORDwho Eva Pac e. Funeral arrangements SCALP TREATMENT I"
Clarence L. Scott husban I
the family of the late are incomplete. PERMANENTS
departed this life Sept. 21, Clarence Jr., Sandra,,
1966. Mervin, Edward, Alfred and I DYEING & TINTING

There's an open gate at the end Ernest, children. RAHMINGSMrs. FACIAL MASSAGEand
of the road through which each _
other tonsorial services
must go alone, and there In a THANK YOU Louise Felton of 314
light we cannot see our Father NW 15th Street, Apt. 5, died in BARBER WANTED
claims his own. Mrs. John Burton and family Jackson Memorial Hospital

Beyond the gate our loved one wish to express their thanks Sept. 14. She is survived by a
finds happiness and rest, and and appreciation for all the grand son, Frank Young; two
there is comfort in the thoughtthat kind expressions of sympathyin g rea grandchildren; three

a loving God knows best. our hour of bereavement. sisters, Mrs. Minnie Murphy, 691-7661

Mrs. Susie Williams, and Mrs.
Willie Bell Crawford, wife FRANCISMrs. Elsie Robinson. Funeral ser
Elnora Holman, sister vices will be held Thursday
Mae Bell Young of 2983
September 21 at 2:00 in
NW 69th Ter., died September
the chapel.
CARD OF THANKSThe ,,... 16, at Jackson Memorial Hos
pital. Funeral services will be
Graveside services for the
LONNIE WALLACE held Saturday, September 23,
bereaved family of the .
who this life 1 infant son of Mrs. Dorothy
late departed Sept. 2:00 p.m., at the Church of
1967, take this method of expressing Christ located at 1240 NW 67th Allen of 428 14th St., Fla.city ,Ii Ii.J
our sincere gratitudeand St., Rev. Martin officiating. will be held Friday, Sept. 22,
appreciation to the many Survivors include her husband at 10:00 a.m.Hudson .
friends for cards "Cleo" Wllkerson
Willie; one son; one
floral tributes and other kind daughter; aunt and cousins. of 1530 NW 1st Pl., died Sep- :
and thoughtful deeds which gaveus tember 17 at his home. He is ,,
N .f courage and strength in our Otis Wright of 291 East 162 survived by one daughter, his "
hour'of bereavement.We St., Apt.20E Bronx, N. Y., died parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger
September 14 in Bronx. Fun
wish to extend special Wilkerson. Funeral services
eral services will be held Saturday will be held 23
thanks to the Range Funeral Saturday,Sept. ,
Home. Sept. 23, at 3:00: p.m., in the C Nape, at 11:00: a.m. '
Again, our sincere thanks at Temple Baptist Church Rev. with Rev. George L. Sawyer 1
L. A. Thompson pastor of
and may God bless each of you. officiating. The body will repose .
ficiating. Survivors include in the chapel from noon ;.
The FamilyIN his wife,Elizabeth;one daughter Friday until funeral time. ...
Mrs. Florin Marshall;
three sisters; one brother; 9 i iIN
grandchildren; 29 great-grand JUNKER-MILTON 3iiuit uaecal Stwiu

departed this life September memory of our dear brother Arthur W. Brown of 21763 Eddie Frank Murphy, died Coat JLeu

12, 1967, wish to express SW 122nd Ave., Goulds, died Sept 15,,at Jackson Memorial I
their thanks to the many Sept.. 18th, at his home. Ar- Hospital, will lie in repose
friends and relatives who EDDIE GREEN gangements are incomplete. Wednesday, September 20, at YOUR HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT CALL
shared in their sorrow. Survivors Include his wife. 11:00: a.m. until shipping time
Special thanks to Range who passed from this :life Thursday, at 1:40 p.m. Fun "Where service begins and never ends" : :
September 23, itf62. eral services will be conducted -
Funeral Ran-
,Bishop "Sweet the memories In the Bahamas the Islands Three locations
dolph Davis and members of are that at 2:00: p.m.Saturday in Ft. to serve you: :1'
The Church Of God Of Prophecy never fade, of one we loved, and banks are flattened peaks. Vallie, Georgia. He is survived
at Ridgeway. but could never save" The deep channels are vast by his mother Mrs. Mattie Miami Opa-loclo ptrrMJ |
valleys, dropping some places Murphy, a sister Mrs. Lillian
The family The family. 10,000 feet to the ocean floor. Chism, all of Ft. Valley, Ga. : .





THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, September 22. 1967 IS -

of 1824 NW 60th St., enteredthe
US Air Force on September
Our Boys in the 18. He will go to Texas for
his basic training and then will
be assigned in the general
Armed ForcesSan -'-. field, the field he selected before I 6I'
his enlistment. Airman
Solomon was a graduate from
command which conducts hun Booker "T" Washington High
dreds of specialized coursesto School In June 66 and attended asm
provide technically trained Miami Dade Jr.College up until *
personnel for the nation's his enlistment into the US
aerospace force. Air Force.
Airman Coakley Is a 1967
graduate of Miami Jackson Airman Eugene Jones, son TENDER CHICFRYERSWHOLE
High School. of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jonesof
7155 NW 22nd Ct., enteredthe
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of Mr. and Mrs John He will go to Texas for his ba-
Strachan, of 2172 NW 68th sic training and then will be .
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v will go to Texas for his basic his enlistment. Airman
b training and then will be as- Jones was a graduate of Mia- .r\I'i'qirN y S
signed in the general field,the mi Northwestern High Schoolin
Antonio Airman field that he selected before June 1964. For further information
Jethro E. Coakley,brother oi 1 his enltstmentAirmanTaylor about your opportunities -
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!y4 Presides NEW HOPE
D. Over
1,1' Rev. W. E.Sims,pastor

Baptist 60th Annual Session Mary L. Mayfield, reporter

Ladies our annual Women's
formation for ministers. Su- The General President, Dr. ,
Is fast approaching Oc-
Day ;
teachers and P. D. Brantley with his official
perintendents, tober 29th. Please let us blend
delegates. This t congress is 'staff is leading Primitive Bap-
our forces, we may
doing a magnificent Job, and tist throughout America to a successful Women's Day.

has over a period of higher and most successful
grown Choir No. 1 will begin cele-
Day.'n Is 'Christian service. There were
years that more time given brating their anniversary Fri-

Rev. J. E. Wright, for religious education. some changes in the official day, September 22, at 8:00
C. Culpepper, roster for the remaining year
and conclude Sunday, ..
Monday night, the pastor of 1967 to 1968 p.m.

The Young Adult Choir with officers, members of Mt. The National Women's Con- September 24, at 2:30p.m.Please .
and invite a
sponsoring a musical M 0 r 1a h Church, and entire gress was called to order by come
friend to attend also.A .
ganza Sunday September citizenry of Charlotte, North its president. Mrs. E. C. Raye in behalf of f' f4J
banquet given
3:00 p.m. Many great Carolina gave a very fine wel- of Charlotte, North Carolina.
held Sa-
Women's will be
spiring youth and Junior come program. The 22nd was Theme, "Telling the World Day
30 at 8:00
are expected to be another day for the Congressat about Jesus," the Congresswas turday, September ,
at the Black Angus Restaurant -
The public is cordially 12:00 noon, the president's largely attende with p.m.. r
960 NE 167th Street, _
Let us remember our annual message, and at 7:00 delegates from all parts of the ,
,prayer. We welcome p.m. sermon by Rev. I.H. But- country. North Miami Beach.

visit with us each Lord's ger of Florida. On Friday, August 25th at $1.00.

congress Wednesday, August 23rd the 7:30 p.m, the National Queens Ther will be a tea at the ... "
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National President, the Rev.P. were on parade. These women home of Mrs. Mary Mayfield, ," ,

Zion Hope Celebrates it's D. Brantley called the con- were very beautifully attired. 2940 NW 69th Street, October

II vention to order for business. The keynote speaker was Mrs. 15, from 4 6:00 p.m., spon- BABY CONTEST

Followed by his keynote ad- Gladys P r e s t1 o n of Detroit, sored by the Jr. Usher Board WINNER

Ninth Annual's. Women Day dress which was a master- Michigan. The Wo men Con- in behalf of Women's Day. Little Miss Latrese Kocetta

r Sunday, September 24, the member of Hurst ChapelAME piece full of information. The gress is making great pro- Please continue to pray for McPhee, daughter of Mrs.

Women of Zion Hope Baptist Church, in Perrine, now convention was highly spiri- gress. They are asking for a all sick and shut-ins, where- Paulette D. McPhee of 4635

Church, 5129 NW 17th Avenue serving in the Dade County larger delegation in1968. The ever they may be.BISCAYNE. NW 23rd Court, would like to
will celebrate their ninth an- School System. convention moved for- young people Congress theme, take this opportunity to call

nual Women's Day, We invite ward with its order of businessand "The Youth of Today Building BLVD. her friends and members of

you to come out and help us to the introductory sermon, Good Character." Mrs. Mattie LUTHERANEveryone St. John's Baptist Church and

make this program a success. which was delivered by Rev. Joyce Perkins is president.The is invited to wor- thank them for being responsible -

Our will be of Beauty people are doing for her winning the baby
morning speaker D. F. Palmer,pastor young ship at Blscayne Blvd.Lutheran -
Mrs. Leenette Fennylngton a Grove Church, of Trenton, very fine,under the leadershipof contest sponsored by Mrs.
Church at the 11:00 a.m.
Louise Williams of St. John's
New Jersey. This man of God Mrs. Perkins, preparing
worship service for September -
proved to the convention that themselves in carrying on the Polenz will Baptist Church Ushers'
24. The pastor
1 II he knew God. church of tomorrow.JORDAN: preach on "Praise and Board.

$ fk Thanksgiving" psalm 89.
= Confirmation class meetsat FRIENDSHIP

ST. MARYRev. GROVE 515; p.m.on Thursday evenings Thursday, September 21, at

H. V. Stuart, pastor Rev.C. H. Smith, pastor after which dinner is 8:00 p.m. Choir No. 1 will have
Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe served at 6:30 for those
: p.m. a musical program to aid the
Sunday September 24, we No. 1 Usher's Board, interested in coming for Junior Choir leading the Choir's An-

will celebrate our Women's Brother Earl Bannister,pre Choir at 700; p.m. Junior niversary to be held Sunday,

Day observance, we are look- sident, will celebrate Its Choir meets: every Thursday September 24, at 3 p.m. Someof

ing forward to an enjoyableday. Anniversary beginning Thurs- evening at 7:00 p.m. at which the leading choirs of the city

The public is ;invited to day, September 21, at 8.00: I time for one half hour or until on the r
are participating
pro- I
MRS. ESSIE BELL JOHNSON come out and enjoy this day at p.m. with Rev. C. J. Burney 7:30 p.m, learning to play gram Thursday night. You are :

president of the Women Saint Mary's. Our morning and congregation; Friday, Church music on recorders.At invited. Sister Ruth Scott I

department of the Sea Board speaker will be Miss Alstene September 22, at 800pm.: '730; p.m actual choir re- Pianist Deacon Albert Lewis '
Baptist Association. Hazel Lynch and guest soloist Rev. W. K. Smith and congre- hersal begins. At 8:15 Senior President. I'

for the morning will be Mrs. gation, and will close outSun- Choir meets including teenage Fund Tea
Building sponsored -
NEWMT.MORIAH Valdez Murrary. Both are day, at 3:00: p.m. with the Rev and adult voices which are
MRS. MARIE FREEMAN by No. 2 Choir will be held ;
CHAIRMAN Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastorSis. teachers in the Dade County Rosco Jackson and congregation. badly needed. Everybody's Saturday, September 23, at I
Th e public Is invited.
public schools. At night there welcome. Sunday School has
Evelyn Souter, reporterThe 8:00 pm. at the home of Bro.
will be musical and The No.1 Choir will sell its at
a begun meeting
program program,
3 Choir Juniors and Sister CariRembert56l6NW
No. ( )
ST. JAMES AM E the guest soloist will be Mrs. dinners this Saturday all dayat 9:45 a.m Class for all ages
will celebrate their anniver- 5 Ct., Bro. Nelson Harristhe
Rev. F. Sneed Geraldine Allen. the church Come and buy a Adults are studying
E. pastor sary, Sunday, at 3:00p.m. with prayer. president and members invite -
Joseph R. Marshall, reporterWe dinner. Nursery for little ones is open
Rev. J. Johnson delivering the to attend.Intermediate .
would like to thank the All captains auxiliaries are The men will celebrate their during the 11:00 a.m.service.MT.CALVARY will
chairmen for their efforts message and Friendship Jr. asked to meet with the finance 10th annual Men's Day program class"A"
Choir rendering the song ser- sponsor a trip to Pirate: World
put forth on the State Rally. committee at the church at 8th.
vice. The public is invited. October 14th, adults $1.50
To the sick Don't be
Mrs. Margree C. Young, Mrs. 4:00 p.m. to make their re- !
Betty Brown and Mrs. Marie ports. mayed God is able.BROWN'S Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor Children $1.00 call Sister Net-
Our monthly 1 conference
tie Sis. Essie Bush or Sister
of both The Mt. will
female members
Childs for doing a good Job. The Calvary men
September 28, at800pm.The
Essie Robinson at the church
Let us pray for the sick and pastor is asking all membersto choirs will sing all day. Visi- celebrate Men's Day Sunday,
mankind everywhere. ting ushers morning St. Mat- CHAPELSIS. September 24,. A grandoccassion -. FR 3-6021.
please be present.We .
Remember; You are always thews Baptist Church Ushers Rosa B. Smith, reporterWe is being planned for all. The chairman and cochairman -

and night Temple Baptist The men have been working of Women's Day are
welcome. will have a tea on the
are happy our pastor hada appealing to all of our Women
hard to make their
Ushers. second Sunday in October. very day a
safe and inspirational trip to Join in and help work to havea
cordial invitation
ST. PAUL AME Ushers' Board meeting is grand success. A -
to the National onvenUon held
The winners of our raffle on is extended to successful Wo men's Day
Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor in Denver, Colorado.The pas- Friday night were Miss held every Tuesday night. everyone come October 22.
from the Mt. and
Calvary men
Our location is 1323 NW 54th
Mary Amos, reporter tor thanks each and
everyonethat Glynise Armbrister who won its wonderful women. Get well wishes to Brother

Remember revival meetingall accompanied him Sunday the cake mixer and Mrs. Lula St. Cynthia M. Johnson is James Amos in Victoria Hos-
this week, if you have not night, at St. James AME. Smith who won the coffee per- Please pray for our sick and porter. re- pital.

attended any of the services so colator. Thanks to everyonefor shut-ins.

far you still have time to go out The Deaconess Board want) their' support. Mrs.

Thursday and Friday*night. to thank Mrs.R. McDonald andall l Rebecca Bethel chairman of IT'S REVIVAL TIME AGAINDo I

Try to attend at least one of others that participated and l Women's Day.

these meetings. attended their tea. Special prayers for Sister you remember long ago, tration of the late M. E.Richardson the sick,the hungry, the naked,

There will be an afternoonsip Geneva Trotman in Cedars of within the last decade .. the pastor ? And at NW 70 the broken hearted, the down

September 24,at the home Remember, the sick, shut-. Lebanon H o.p i it a 1 and Mrs. magnificent revival that was Street and 15th Ave., NW 3rd hearted and let us reconstructour

of Mr. and Mrs. Edward ins, our pastor, and bereaved, Elouise Farrington, daughterof held in Hialeah under the tent Ave., and 19 Street, New LIb- views back to Godl!

Brynon, 1160 N. W. 55th Ter., families. Mr. Albert Bain and all of The Church Of God True erty City, Brown Sub NW 46th Evangelist Plesent will be

from 5-6 p.m. the first ten other sick and shut-ins. Holiness under theadminis- Street, the events that occur- the revivalist.

will receive door .
persons GREATERSTLUKE ed during the courses of the -

prizes. MT. SINAIRev. incomparable M. E. Richardson r

You are Invited to a dinner Rev. 0. Taylor,pastor .... ... pastor conducting theold-

sale, Saturday, September 23, Benice E. Griffin, reporterThe .Cleo Albury,pastor fashion revival that stirredmen's
at the home of Miss Mildred Patricia Austin reporterThe
hearts back to
pastor wish to thank the Godl!
1841 NW 51 Street. x
officers and members for ac-
There will be a pretty cup companying him to the Valley president of the Young 1 ,. 1
tea at the home of Mrs. Annie Women League would like to
Grove Baptist Church last, Today, a revival parallel in .
M. Padgett, October 22.Bring thank everyone for their cooperation
Tuesday night. scope will be conducted at the
your own cup for a prize will in helping present ,4
Church Of God True Holiness
be given to the person havingthe Saturday there will be a Pie a lovely Pre-Autumn tea Sun- (only one with a statewide,

prettiest cup present. all day. Bernyce Greene, presi
Sale at the church day givenin charter) Located at NW 20th R
There will be a Bible Cake behalf of our Men's Day,
dent.The Ave., and NW 90th Street, MI- ,
demonstration the 2nd Sunday drive. public is always invitedto ami, under the administrationof

.' In October, sponsored by the come and worhslp with us. t. If J. W. Wilson
pastor. This
Willing Workers Board the Sunday, at 3:00 p.m. there I Don't forget BTU at 5:30; 0 revival beginning

demonstrator will be Mother will be a musical program wit p.m. come and support your i Monday
the Stars Jeru- BTU. A. L. Blackshear,direc : Jt.1 evening, September 25, at 8:00
Rose Lee Wyatt, at 4:30 p.m. Hollywood : : p.m. and will be conducted
All the above notice is to benefit salem Angels and The Trave tress. THE LATE 8:00 p.m, ---
Women's Day please give ling Swans. You are welcomto I Don't forget to pray for our ,
PASTOR M. E. RICHARDSOI I Everyone is invited bring PASTOR J. W. WILSON
them your full support. attend these services. sick and shut-ins.



. THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967 17

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Theo.R.lbson,rector Rev. J. Torrence, pastor Rev. Jarius W. Dunn,pastor Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor I' ; .l ;:'." ,J I I 1?." .. <: .: ; :
Antoinette Silva,reporterThe Lucile Torrence Sis. Arsula : J '
,reporterWe .Edwards,reporterThe :, ; ,,' )
The scouts of Drake Memorial >," ; '; '
Acolyte Guild presented are still in the processof had a successful car Mothers Board of NewProvtdan6e ( { :Li

a Musical Recital Sunday, our Men's Day. which will wash last Saturday. Thanks to will.sponsor their ,r\
September 17th at the h6meofMr. come off the fourth Sunday In all friends of our scouts and to annual program Friday September J; ;' ''
and Mrs Arthur erts, Septentoer. The Rev.: Roscoe the committee for supervisingthe 22, At 'HQO p.m. The ; : 1 L 1':1'''

Howard, Florida. Those inat- Jackson from Greater New, boys. public is Invited., / :
tendance reported an enjoy- Macedonia will be the morn- parents of Boys ages seven The Hospitality Auxiliary of .ti
able afternoon. delicious ing speaker The Rev. King to ten please send your boys to New Providence invites you to

repast was served and enjoyed from i Rock of Ages will be the join the cubs. We are gratefulto attend its Four Seasons Tea. M +- a ,
by all present. Mr. Hiram evening speaker. Brother Mr. Leroy Richardson, Mr Presenting to you the four seasons
Williams and his group are to Davis is captain of the Men's Hubert Porter and Mr. Frank of the year in fashion to
be commended for a splendid Day.October McCoy who will help our cubsto be held tnis sunaay anernoon,
program The Rev. QutntenE. 15th, the pastor is become scouts. September 24, at the Bonded
Primo, Jr. of St. Matthews asking the choir to accompany Don't forget to get your Collection Agency, 4150 NW 7 A 7 o ;nW'Y r

Episcopal Church,Wilmington him to Oak Grove, to close out ticket for the Gospel Feast Avenue, from 400to6:00p.m.: 1 iti # 1
Delaware will be the guest the song convention.Rev.H en- from Brother William Hardeeor You will see the latest in Fash-

speaker on Sunday, October 1,,person is the pastor.On Brother Leroy Richardson.This ions and Styles, narrated by
at the Testimonial Dinner I the fourth Sunday in October program will be given on Mrs. Alma P. Keener. The 1
honoring the Senior WardenMr. the pastor is asking the ,,Sunday, October 8,at 8:00p.m. public is invited to come and 5y
William S. Stirrup. The entire church to accompany The women of Drake Memorial help us enjoy this affair y 4 4

Rev. Austin R. Cooper of St. him to St. Luke P. B. C., At are beginning their pro- Prayer meeting Tuesday
Phillips I Episcopal Church, 3:00: p.m To close out their jects for the second annual night, at 8:00p.mAskingall

Jacksonville, will also appearon Men's Day. Women's Day to beheld In November members to attend.Consecration "" ,...
the program and worshipwith The Union will be held here hour of prayer
us on Sunday morning as starting October 26, with a local The Faithful Women will will be held each Sunday morn-
the church celebrates its 65th program sponsored by the have a dinner sale Saturday ing, at 5:00: a.m. -

Anniversary. Tickets and reservations church. The Union will close beginning, at 11:30 a.m., you Continue in prayer for our
are available at the out on the fifth Sunday in Oc- may call Sister Green 696- sick, shut-ins and those who Record Crowd Hears Mrs. Amy
church office, call HI 3-6349. tober. 1954 and have your dinners de- have lost love ones.

The Baby Contest will closeat The youth department of the livered.
10:00 p.m.,Sunday,September Union is having a contest be- Ashwood! Garvey At I
24. At 500 p.m. reportsare tween the King and Queen.The MT. CALVARY

to be mide to Mr.William King is little Dennis Torrence ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Rev. S. Atchison, pastor Muhammad's Mosaue #29

J. Stirrup, the church's trea- from Valley Grove the queenis Cynthia Johnson, reporter .
surer. Winner will receive from St. Paul. The climax p. W. Wiggins,pastor The chairman of Men's Day, Throngs of Miamiansap- ings and felicitations from
outstanding gifts. will be held October 3,here at Deacon Eddie bills, would plauded Mrs. Amy Ashwood "the kings of the East" with
Church parishioners were Valley Grove, with all the The Men's Day committee, like to thank everyone for their Garvey in an inspiring lecture whom she c a m e in contact
happy to see Mrs. Georginia churches in this district, Deacon Hezekiah Lundy, cooperation in making the Tea recently at Muhammad's Mos- while there.
Laing worshipping with us last Mother Horne is the directorof chairman, invite you and your on last Sunday a success. que No. 29.She spoke of Blacks Mrs. Garvey commented on
Sunday, also Father George the Youth Department. friends to a musical programon uniting as one throughout the the beautiful robes, togas and

Taylor of Coconut Grove. Pray for the sick, shut-ins, Friday night, September 22 Sunday, September 24, the world and lauded the great dresses worn by the women of
at 8:00 for the benefit of and of the Islam
bereaved families and thosein p.m. men will observe their annual program progress andadmonishedthe mode
the armed services. Men's Day. Many outstanding Men's Day program The last messenger of Allah, the of dress here in the Western
TEMPLE'BAPTIST singing groups will be featur- morning speaker will be Rev Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad Hemisphere which bring down

ed.Mrs. A. C. Evans of Mt. < olivette the morals of ,our women.
The Templeites will cele- GREATER NEWMACEDONIA Callie Holton Foster Mrs. Garvey wore a native Despite a long itinerary of
Church in Riviera Beach. The
brate their anniversary this extends a cordial invitation toa costume of West Africa madeof speaking engagements in vari-
speaker of the evening will
Sunday at 3:30p.m.with a pro- Rev. Roscoe Jackson, Seance Tea at her home, 1301 be Rev W. E. Simms of New Spun-gold kenti-cloth and ous churches: ,auditoriums,
gram. A number of junior Willie J.Beard,reporterWe rNW 55th Ter., at 4:00 p.m on Hope Baptist Church of Miami. stated she had just returned universities, schools and col-
choirs and others have been Sunday, September 24, benefit from a recent trip in Africa leges she stated that she will
invited and a gala affair Is anticipated were happy to have our Antioch Baptist Church. A wonderful time is being having spoken to over a million not consider her commit-

This group of pastor back with us last Sunday Mrs. Lillie Ross, an active planned. Muslim women. She gave ments official until she has had
youngsters, under the leader- He reported a splendidtime member of Choir No. 2 invite Please pray for the sick and greetings from her native an audience with the Honorable

ship of Mrs.V.Strachan, Mrs.B. at the National Baptist you to a musical program, in the shut-ins. Carribbean Islands and greet Elijah; Muhammad.

Bryant and Miss E. Lord, Convention. behalf of Choir No. 2 Wednesday -
has done well during the past Friday is the night we have September 27th, at 8:00: I tin t V :
year. Friends are invited,andit all been waiting for. It if the p.m There will be many out- : '
is expected that their par- night of the Fifth Annual Wo standing singing groups participating. SAMPSON'S
ents will be present to encour- men's Day Banquet being heldin MARKET'11

age them. They will also serve the beautiful Starlight Roomof The anniversary program of . ,
at the morning worship. the luxurious Biscayne Ter the Jr. Matron's Society will ;

Mrs. Lula M. Colebrook, race Hotel I, 340 BiscayneBoulevard be held o.. the second Sunday .J466 NW 62 ST. ... .
Woman's Dijr chairman and The attire will 'be in October 3:00p.m instead

Miss Edwina Lord, cochairman semi-formal; time from 9:00 of Sunday, September 24. Miss r
along 'with Mrs. Lois p.m.the until ? ? ? The speakerfor Marie White will be the guest Fi 'ee 'Delirerr' ;;x.696 51,11 ; i
occasion will tie the }
Rahmtag, secretary, and Mrs.A. speaker -.. ; \' i.J
Clark, treasurer, and their well-renowned Mrs Sara)
McRae. Guest soloists will include
captains, are whipping
shape the activities for the the Miss Valdez Murrayand ST. LUKE M.. B.
drive. All the have Mrs Ann Smith of the Famous BUTTERBALL SPECIAL
women '
Southland Singers. The Male Chorus of St.Luke
to their illthe
pledged play part
Baptist Church is sponsoring
The menu includes; Fresh

Mrs.way.M, Thompson who has Florida Relish Tray Fruit;one-half Cup; Assorted RoastChicken night a Musical, September program 21 Thursday, at 800; 2LBS.BRISKET STEW 2 OF LOAVES KIN BREAD
confined to her home the
In behalf
w/dressing Baked p.m. of their anniver- SIZE
past nine months because of
Potato; String Beans Al- sary which will be celebrated
surgery on both eyes, was' mondine; Chef Salad w/FrenchD Sunday, September 24, at 3:00:

among the worshippers Sunday r e s sin g;Rolls and Butter; p.m. The Rev. L. R. Ross will 2LBS.PORK CHOPS 7"J OlEO
morning She wishes to thank
Ice Cream Cake Roll Coffee- be the speaker for the after-
all who sent cards etc. and ;
noon. The public is cordially
Tea or Sanka.
visited her during her illness, I hope to see you there. Re invited. Deacon Floyd Davisis 2LaS.GROUND

member the date: September the President. '' BEEF 3 CANS FM'LK
A Cotton Dress Social will
22, at 900; p.m.ZION '
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. be held Saturday, September GRA.12LaS.BEEF
23, in the Saint Luke Baptist
W. F. Savoy, pastor HOPE Church dining area at 8:00: LIVER 3 FgESH EGGS

Our Women's Day of last p.m. Donation i is $1.00. This .
Sunday was a high-light of Rev. Paul Freeman,pastor program is in behalf of Wo-
1967. Chairman andcochairman Sis. E. Jackson, reporterThe men's Day which will be the

respectively, were Mrs. fourth Sunday in October The ,.
chairman of the Women's 2 agSAUSAGE
Lucy Bradley and Mrs.Berna- is public is cordially invited.
dine Cooper. Zone leader and Day asking every Rev. P, W. Williams, pas-
member to please cooperate in
assistant zone leader were tor. Miss Gloria Perry, re- PILLS' B- M.
every way, for we are doing
Mr. Horace Martin and Mrs. porter.
fine so far. Everyone is invit NECK
Louise Edwards.Guest speakers ed to attend this womuns day 3LBS. BONES 4c BISCVITS
in the morning and even CHURCH OF THE
Mrs. pinkney will speak in the
ing respectively, were Mrs.Athalie INCARNATION LONG GRAIN
morning and Mrs. Essie Bell
Range and Mrs.Vir all Johnson will speak Sunday 1835 NW 54th Street 5RICE
ginia Oliver. Thanks to 3LBS.CHICKEN WINGS
members and friends, who night. We will have plenty of Rev. A. Tyrrel Dear, vicar
provided the team-work that food to eat for everyone. Rev. H. E. S. Reeves, deacon

made this women's day event We are asking everyone to Mr. Charles Jones, organist WHITE

possible. attend Sunday School on Sunday WEEKLY SERVICES 3PKGs.fRANKS 5 POTATOES
This Sun lay is Christian morning and BTU at 5:30p.m. BAG
8 CommunIon
Educatioa'-Sunday. In the Sunday; a.m., Holy -
There will be a Musical pro sermon; 11 a.m.,Holy
service our adults
morning ,
gram Friday night, at8:00 Communion, sermon; 10:30:
, who serving in the Christian
t p.m. in behalf of the Minister's'Wife'sCouncil.Can a.m., Sunday School.
Education program will; we Tuesday: 6:30 a.m. Holy ALL-15 ITEMS
be dedicated for their coming $9.99
count on your support? Communion.
year's work in teaching child
ren, youths and adults. In the Don't forget to pray for the Wednesday: 7;30 p.m. Holy
evening, at 7:30 p.m.,the Sunday sick and shut-in and com tochurch \ Com
School will present its annual and have your faith lif Friday: 7:45 p.m.'Choir _
i graduation service. ted.



18 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967

PreProfessionoCourses/ NowOffered PTA Council To Discuss Crisis In EducationThe I

I crisis in education in Dean, president of the Class- when the invitation was issued,

Af Bef/iune/ Coofcman Florida will be the topic at the room Teachers Association; may also appear. Moderatorwill
meeting of the Dade Councilof J. Leon Hamilton, presidentof be E. Hugh Allsworth,
Parent-Teacher Associa- the Dade County Education principal of Southwest Miami
Pre-Professional courses tion Department are:Teaching the nature aid classification of who has also held
tions at Miami Beach Senior Association; Steve Moore, Senior High
which include Pre-Dentistry, Aide Experience and Intersblp property, types of estates acquisition office with the Florida Educa-
and transfer of interest High School on Wednesday, Coral Gables high prin-
Pre-M e d I c a I, Pre-Medical Seminar. Teaching Aide Ex of the tion Association.
real estate brokerage,ap- September 27, at 10 a.m. cipal who is president
Technology, Pre-Optometry, perience course provide opportunity praising, and property management "PTA Faces the Facts" is the Dade County Administrator's Mrs. E. M. Willard, presi-
and Pre-pharmacy are among for prospective Business Seminar title of the program, which Association and Mrs. Evelyn dent of the county PTA coun-
new courses offered at Be- teachers to observe the administration provides opportunity for research will give guidelines on the positions Mader, a vice president of the cil, will preside at the session.
thune-Cookman College.In of the classroom ; examination of some of informed groups in. Florida Congress of Parents Program was arranged by
in the elementary and/or secondary statistical methods and tech- Dade County with regard to I and Teachers. Among school William Duncan, principal of
the Science Departmentnew school, and to partici niques used in modern busi- the needs of the schools. board members who have ac- Miami Edison Senior High
are Analytic pate with the classroom teacher to Music students at Mia-
courses : ness situations; and includes cepted the PTA invitation School.
Plane Projective GeometryA in acquiring professional; reading, discussing,interpre- School-board members will speak are Mrs.Helene Vosloh, mi Beach Senior High will pro

study of the basic propertiesof teacher experience.is The a member prospective of the ting, and applying current lit- be represented on the panel of Jack D. Gordon, Ted Slack and vide a musical opening for the
point transformations, erature in economics, educa- speakers, which will also include Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. session.
group transformations, cross tion, business and related Dr. Joe Hall, superin- Others, who were out of town
ratio, involutions, the princi- receives guidance in profes- fields. tendent of schools; Mrs.Janet
ple of duality Vector Analy- sional practices from the public
sis-Addition of vectors oper- schoolteacher to whose
ation with scalars and vectors, classroom he has been assigned of
Course Preparation
the scalar product, the vector as an aide.Internship Semi-
product, triple products; the nar is designed to help the in- Join Our Reporting Staff.
derivation of a vector,the gra- tern make adequate apprisal Income Tax Offred For $2 Club
of the class- Let us know what your
curl of the problems
dient divergence ,
A new course In preparationof classes are taught by regis-
ian line surface, room in terms of accepted is Doing.
lap lac Include or Organization
consultants and
Income Taxes is being of- tered tax -
...) Gause's guiding principles in educa-
volume 1 integrals, ,
fered Dade County Public such topics as income /
Green's, Stoke's theorems. tion. In so doing the Intern synthesizes by / WE WELCOME NEWS..
Programming the learnings he has School System's Adult Dvision deductions, exemptions, de-
Introductory Computer at Lindsey Hopkins Education preciation inventories, gains c
acquired in previous profes- :
programminginvolvingthebasic : Methodsofcomputer sional courses(required). Center, 1410 NE 2 Avenue, MI- and losses, and business income *
ami; Miami Senior High taxes Interested stu- "PERSON-TO-PERSON"
of Fortran II
language School, 2450 SW First Street, dents should register as soon
and Your
and The Business Department That's UsJ -You
Miami; Southwest Miami Sen- as possible at the school of
is offering a course in Introduction
ior High School,8855 SW 50th their choice. LOCAL Newspaper
to Data Processing
Physics will be offered as a Terrace, Miami; and Hialeah
is to acQuaint
This course designed -
major for the first time. The students with the fundamentals Senior High School. 251 East These tax courses will help lack to School SpecialSEWING
requirements for a major in of data processing 47 Street, Hialeah. you In the preparation of per-
Physics are: A minimum oi Emphasis is placed on process The total cost for this courseis sonal and business tax reports MACHINE REPAIR. SPECIALIn
in a $2 registration fee. The .
thirty-six semester hours card systems and appll- Your Home
physics n, Mechanics I and II, catons; and Introduction to *Cleaned Oiled

Heat and Themodynamlcs, computers and computer systems *Adjust Tensions Total Cost
Electricity and Magnetism, ROBERT R. MOTON ARTISTS SERIES OPEN *Free Needle & Belt, All Makes 99

Modern Physics; Plus Geo-Cal- PTA SEPT. 28 AT M-DJC *Check all r Wiring & Models
culus with Solid Analytic
The executive board of R.R. *1
metry and three semester Other new Business course i Mot on Elementary School Singing Star John Davidson,, Year Guarantee
hours in mathematics at the are Real Estate Principles an< Parent-Teacher Association the young baritone who Jumped -

300 or 400 level; General Practices and Business Semi.. is happy to announce its first to overnight national tame BROWARD CALL COLLECT 661-7609
Chemistry; General Biology; nar. Real Estate Principle:: meeting for the school term as the star of"The Kraft Summer -

and two years either Germanor and Practices and Busines:. 1967-68, Wednesday, Sept. 27, Music Hall' In the sum-
French. Seminar. Real Estate Principles mer of 66 headlines the
at 7:30 p.m. open- St. Agnes' KindergartenOPENS
New courses in the Educa- and practices covers The first thirty minutes will ing of the Artist Series at MI-

be devoted to parents getting ami-Dade Junior College TUESDAY SEPT. 5TH, 1967
with the teachersin North.
. THE DORSEY DIARYWhen acquainted the classrooms,at 8:00 p.m. His appearance Sept. 28 in HOURS: 7:00 AM Until 5:00 PM

All will assemble in the cafe- the John F. Kennedy Healtt .
drive past Dorsey staff have eyes on "Number Trained Personnel !
you teria for the business meeting. Center is sponsored by the
Jr. High on 17th Ave. please One in the Nation in physical After which refreshments will Student Government Associa- I
notice our sign above the main Fitness' for the coming year be sei vtd. tion. Curtain time is 8:00p.m. Hot Lunches TransportationNE
entrance Dor Jr. High, '67 '68 can we do it two years
: sey All parents and interested. The show, also featuring the 4-1910 NE 52307Mrs.
number one in the nation, in a row? That remains the big comedy team of Handra and
citizens are Invited and urged
Physical Fitness Award. It question. The answer lies in to attend. Mrs. Cooper, Pre- Ullett and a 17-piece orches- Jacqueline Livingston, Supervisor

was executed by Mr. L. Floyd the kids. sident, Mrs. A. W. Mickins, tra, is open to the public with-
and Nolan with an as- ,
Mr. R. out charge. -----
sist from Mr. J. Sanders.And In the heart of the school, Principal.

if you missed the newspaperand the library, librarians are Call

TV Praise for Dorsey, busy cataloging hundreds of Merchants who advertisein r,
maybe you heard Radio newly arrived books. Dorsey
WKAT's Salute to Dorsey all boasts one of the finest staffed CHARLESROGERS

day last Thursday, September and stocked libraries in Dade The Miami Times are
14th. The last lines of their County. Chief Librarian, Miss
radio script reads:" WKAT Melzie Elliot says: "Our goalis
salutes Dorsey Jr.High.Their to mike every student an independent telling you they appreciate ,
AT PL 17502FOR
excellence is good reason for reader. .
pride in all of us." Dorsey is off to a great start
this year. Don't you agree? doing business with A GOOD BUY ON A

Meanwhile, the Work-study PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

unity at Do r s e y is moving in ADULT EDUCATION courteous STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
high gear, beaded up by Mr CLASSES AT you. They are INSTRUMENTS.
Robert Davison, more than a
dozen Dorseyites have been BUNCHE PARK dependable. Shop where
placed in Jobs for.half. a day Adult Basic Education classes !

paying at least $1.40perhour.Light are now open at Bunche I
industry hasbeenstres Park Elementary School, you are appreciated!
sed. Areas include glass,awnIng 16000 Bunche ParkSchool k

carpeting, dairying and Drive, Opa-locka.
upholstering.The Classes meet every Mondayand .
Tuesday evening from V aw
Teachers Corps is seven o'clock to ten o'clock. V
readying a large group for a There is absolutely nothingto \
-*,field trip to Burdines, super- pay. Free new books, free
vised by Mrs. Myrtle Bullard. material, and free coffee.
Theme: The Law and You, a Mrs. Helen S. Murray is director .
law enforcement familiarization Call 691-6388 for fur
exhibit. ther information.
worthwhile'and rewarding -
Many Have The Miami Tints
planned. field The Teachers trips are Corpsis being dtlivcred to your house by L_:, ._ f It *; e

working with selected moll every week for only .

groups of students from vari- $5.00 per yearPROFESSIONAL e e 1WE
ous classes. THE DAY CARE CENTER

Basic Education Chairman, MEN



special studies about the Times 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday the cr...,..di .( rthtouth ....r..w.y
privileges and responsibilities Office available in F..I $5.00 pr w..k. ONLY IS MINUTES MOM ANYWHERE IN MIAMI
of citizenship.Films,pic- Address 420 NW 40th $tr..t CORNER N.W. 54th ST. & N.W.3rd AYE.
tures and records touching professional building For furth.r information colt Phone 751-7502

upon this theme are being Northwest Section 758-3446 OR 758-5921 Or 2010 Biscayne Blvd.FR 7-0401 Broward JA 2-5131


Sept. 29 ( OcoJ !
"One more time!" Coach
Freddie Pittman and the PEr
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",:";/,,", ,,1"I, )'('h,. ,\ "j!:. : Higher Income Levels Needed For I

{j? j.
;',..... Low Rent Housing ApplicantsUrged .

by Commissioner specifically to cover families ring of the Housing Authorityto
Athalie Range, the MlamiClty with more than 10 persons.No the Metro Department of
Commissioners on Monday action was taken by the Housing and Urban Develop- I
asked for a re-evaluatlonof commission on the transfer ment, scheduled for Oct. 1st.
come limits for admission into
public housing and passed a
resolution a I m e d at making ;
more people eligible for the 1 4a

lowrent apartments.The .
commissioners requested
the Miami Housing

.. (atP Authority to seek the study 1 s 1y
from the Federal Housing Assistance r

Administration. '
The present scale I admitsone

person to public housing if f fi. ft
he earns less than $3,000 a
year and climbs to a limit of
1ai $4,600 for a family of 10 or
If It does not grow,the fami-
w ly may remain lathe same rent .
L yob bracket as long as Its Income
1 ? does not increase more than y'r '

b rt 25 per cent. ?
1 The resolution of Mrs. ,

Range asks for the 25 per cent
allowable Increase and sug-

gests extending the scale, '
1i' aw1f iaya i 'J' :.:

Carver .
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By Walter Bow A visit to the ship's binnacle signalled the beginning of a
cruise to Nassau for Rev. and Mrs. James E. Jenkins, 73 NW
The VFW Post No.8195 will
have a Saturday night fish-fry 45th St., aboard the S. S. Miami, a 10,000-ton transatlantic I
-. ; liner which sails regular three-and four-day cruises from
Sept. 23 at the Post Home on
Miami Beach to Nassau.
I Cox's Back To S .ool.-Outing please Pembroke be present.The Road.. Members,

The teachers and students of Mrs. Dorothy L.Cox,teacher League Excelsiorettes started Bowling bowling AUTO INSURANCEImmediate

Cox's Kindergarten were hon ; students: Patricia Peters, House Finally Monday night, Sept. 18, at
ored with a back to school out- Robert Robinson Jr.,Beatrice Cloverleaf Lanes. Frank SR-22 Filing

Ing sponsored by Gulf Oil Beaver, Emory Atkinson,Carl Passes Rat Richburg, president; Carrie Don't be looUd by low clown payments for applications
Company with Mr. R.C.Cole- Keys, Blondeva Collins, Pears, secretary. which do not give you Insurance coverage.. VI* havo
man and his 1 o v e 1 y wife,Rachel Tlanna Johnson, Darryl Dela- The Carver Ranches Civic been In 'business for two generations and take prideIn
with honest explanationsand
of C ole m a n's Service veaux and Mrs. Cox teachersand Bill Association has out a petition servicing honest our answer customers W. Insure you with companies
Station as the hostess. Aboveis the students. Mr. and By a one-vote margin tues- for city water.So watch out for that give you the lowest possible rot...
a group of the pupils who Mrs. W. 0. Cox expressed day, the U. S. House of Representatives someone to come around toryou LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
won top prizes plus dinner and thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Coleman voted a $40 mil to s I g D. For Information D. GOODMAN SONS
many other gifts and loads of and Gulf Oil. Frank lion two-year program to con- contact Mrs. Mary Saundersat 2688 NW62nd fl OX 1-0380
fun at the Carriage Country Johnson photo. trol rats in the slums. the Carver Ranches Park.aaaaaaaaaaaa. .

Club. The proposal was defeated _.... ....a.a........O.............ON...........
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two months ago, but passed .. .
129 128 to add the rat con- .
trol money to a $1 million : :

health All other measure.considerationsaside : ,. .. .. !

NOW SHOWING the House debate established : '," :.
': that the intent was .
that the extra $40 million be ..
used to exterminate some of .
the 90 million rats in the coun- .

ory. :: ;;I! \ :ZS

explodes in his \,' SOUTH DADEMrs. I .

\ Gena Cure is a patientat : :
first big screen *> Mercy Hospital, Room 32, iG' ..
COMING and Mrs. Eddie Smith is in
"POOR WHITE olor Room 323. :. ..t,,,. fY rKrss wrN :
caper .
Mrs. Martha Shackelford is p41 M' .

Starts Next Friday In the Baptist Hospital. Your :. 1. Mh ssp ace,. ..
Gunn's got prayer is asked for these peo- I.
PARAMOUNT PICTURES a broad view \ .
of things... James Thomas left for ..1.N r : w.r \ .
owAlli especially whenit Tennessee State College on .. \' .
f comet tomurder Monday morning. Good luck to w I.
( I.
.oucb/ .
r Bob.A dinner will be served on .
the lawn of Hurst Chapel AME I .
::z j,. .,..WY v .
Church Saturday afternoon.The : ws4t w.S .
men will meet to set a date'. f ..
for Men's Day. Let us pray for MMeai .
.. .wu'
the sick and shut-ins. Rev.W. n.
J. Allen, pastor; Mrs. Jean i O OU4 EARN i

f Townsend, reporter. :

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$1,573,680 Federal Funds Approved P,jl t"JoIJI9f. ,>.,.

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For Florida Youth Corps ProjectsAtlanta .. ;: ., _.r t..,

Ga. Secretary of total cbst $272,810, Federal Enrollees will be workingIn sionals and skilled craftsmen.

Labor Willard Wirtz today an- $237,210.The hospitals, parks, play- Information concerning this
nounced approval of three Florida Board of Parks grounds, libraries local type project can be obtained
Neighborhood Youth Corps will sponsor a project at Tal- government offices and from William S. Harris, regional

(NYC) projects for Florida lahassee to train 200 out-of- schools. They will be assignedas director, Bureau of I Ir
which will provide work ex- school youngsters, total cost assistants teachers,nur-, Work Programs, Room 636,

perience for 800youngpeople.The $577,460, Federal $471,100. ses, hospital technicians, police 1371 Peachtree Street, N. E.,
projects will cost$1,903- The NYC, a youth component officers and other profes Atlanta, Georgia 30309. I 6 )
360 with the Federal govern- of the Bureau of Work Lg1

ment providing $ 1,573,680 of Programs (BWP), adminis-
'the total cost. tered by the Manpower Ad- f

South Florida Economic Opportunity ministration, is a major Economic AL'S UPHOLSTERYDECORATORS

Development Coun- Opportunity Act program I

cil, Inc., Miami, will sponsora NYC provides disad-

project to train 100 in-school vantaged young men and Modern K ..
300 out-of-school and 100 women with part-time I or Antique -
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summer youngsters at a cost nearly full-time Job opportunities FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING'Restyled

?of $1,053,090, of which $865- Repaired Refinished A Polaroid Identification System has been added to the Of-
370 will be Federal Funds. Employment is designed to NO 'CHARGE FOR ESTIMATES fice of Public Relations at Bethune-Cookman College. The ID
A to be conducted allow these to unit with Color Film and
project by young people WORK CALLED FOR OR DELIVEREDAL complete laminating plastic pouches
the Florida Board of Forestryat remain In or return to schoolor can easily provide as many as 200 people an hour with finishedID
Tallahassee, will train 100 acquire the work experi- cards.
out-of-school young people, ence necessary to hold a Job. PHONE: 159-8901 5509 NW 7th AVE. Student assistant Lonnie Ward of Sarasota is shown photographing

Kathleen Steen, a sophomore from Pensacola,duringthe

MT. ZION BAPTISTRev. LIBERTY CITY GOODWILL MISSIONARY BETHANY CRUISE busy registration period at Bethune-Cookman College.
Edward Graham, pastorOn BAPTIST CHURCH TO NASSAU

L. Thompson, ministerT. Bethany Seventhday Adventist vou* Host:
Friday evening,September S. Holmes,reporter Rev. T. H. Harrison, ministerWe Church members along 9'd toCa1 'rfir r KAY Jo a
15 members of the BusI- with other affiliated church
are grateful to our youth i
members, will leave Miami lCoq
mess and Professional Wo- Bro. and Sis. F. L.Thompson
for their contribution to our
men's Circle with their many are conducting a gospel Monday, September 24, for a WEDDINGS
school building fund.
friends gathered at the homeof meeting In the city of Rochester five day cruise to Nassau. BANQUETS '-
the President to wish one New York. This congre- While in Nassau, the CONVENTIONS MOT-COIB
of it's very active members gation of New York recently Miss Sharon Lindsey the Bethanians will have the opportunity HOI AND OlUVICt CANAFU' "
and minister of music; served and to visit and worshipthe PLAN' NOW_
success encouragementupon dedicated their meeting house XMAS' .0WLINe 1
her led a group of our youth to a four churches there and AND PICNICS
venture. with
new Bro. Thompson preach- COCKTAIL
The honoree was Mrs. EdnaJ. ing the dedication sermon as great victory. Thank God for enjoy other historical sights. ,..."I.UHUS

Williams daughter of Mrs. starter of the meeting such fine youth in this great Time of departure from .. 754.4615R..M c... ,.,.
democracy for Christian edu- Miami is 4:45 Monday, :s tinlttIII
Lenora Johnson and the late Brother Mannie Black and p.m. N.W. 14 IT.
Deacon Daniel Johnson. Mrs. daughter, Patricia Jetted to the cation. September 25.Time of arrival

Williams a former librarianat city of Rochester last week to The Hansel to Miami 6:00 a.m. September

Ponciana Park Elementary hear and participate in the added to our Sunday family School was roll 29,
will Journey to White Plains, dedication services.
They report -
N. Y. There she will work at an enjoyable time. last week. 17TH ANNUAL TEA In the name of the Living God; I've been able to

the public, library.In the department The Youth Meeting of the The Usher Board No.3 cor- heal a few, relieve a few pains and rid a few of f
of reference and re- EastCoast area will have their October 1st thru 8th will bea dially Invite you to attend its witchcraft.
week of worship with various "ONE FRIEND TELLS ANOTHER BROTHER
search. meeting Sunday September 24, Seventeenth Annual Tea, at
Our president was a most at the Coconut Grove Churchof congregations in the Interestof Greater Bethel AME Church CLARK HELPED ME."

gracious hostess. Everyone Christ, 3345 Douglas Rd. our 3rd anniversary, for basement, Sunday afternoon, CALL 154-9482
expressed his appreciationfor Miami, at 3:30 p.m. visitors free transportation call 696- Sept. 24from3:30t06:00p.m.:
Office Hour 1.6 P.M.
a most enjoyable evening. are welcome. 8794. Featuring a program of out-
t Much success to you Edna. standing talent. Guest speakerMr. Sundays by Appointment

Mrs. Margaree Johnson, is Charles L. Williams ad- 8295 NW 4th AVENUE MI AMI FLORIDA
president. KELLY'S CHAPEL ANTIOCH M. B. ministrative assistant,

Edward Waters College.
SHILOHRev. Rev. L. L. Dean, pastor
Retha McKenzie,reporterThe Rev. A. H. Essix, pastor
A.. M Griffin,pastorSis. 3330 NW 213th Ter. BLESSINGS BLESSINGS BLESSINGSA

C. M. Myles, reporterThe Dedication of Kelly's
Chapel will be observe Sunday. Choir No. 1 will begin their GIFT OF PROPHECYThe

Home mission. anniver- September 24, at 3:00p.m; anniversary observance( Wed-
sary will end Sunday with Rev. Bishop James W.Henley, Resident nesday night, at 8:00 p.m. and man born with the gift, Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Georgia. It is
William Green preaching the I Bishop of the Florida will come to a close the fourth through God that I can remove all evil conditions, some questions you may.
anniversary sermon. Area of the Methodist Church, Sunday, at3:00p.m.There will wish to know Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my hus-
Friday night the No. 1 and 2 will be our guest speaker for be various choirs and pastor's band stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be returned -

Choirs are having an appreciation this occasion. Bishop Henley preaching nightly.Brother Joe ? They call me the (Rootman), but I am only a servant of God. Because -
program for then' is a member of three general Walker will be master of cere- God is the answer to all life's problems. I am the king of all modern

pianist, Mrs. Marion English,. agencies of the Methodist. mony. profits.Send for my special selected Bible verses.To be readon special days.
Send self-addressed stamped envelope and $2.00 for Bible and
Everyone is asked to please I Church. We are asking all oi verses spiri-
Everyone Is Invited tual You will receive Bible verses by return mail. Send
come out.Sunday. our friends and visitors to] cordially message. to:
morning the No. 1 I l ccme and worship with us on I to worship with us each

Choir will render services,.. this great occasion Sunday. REV. ROOSEVELT FRANKLIN

All Juniors areasked Kelly's Chapel always wel-
This Saturday, at 9:00 a.m. 630 MORROW AVENUE, MACON GEORGIA 31201I
come out Saturday for re- come you to Join us in our reg- ,
there will be a youth picnic at
hersal. ular services.
Haulover Beach for our young I Specialize in All Case Work PHONE: Area Code 912.745-6475
Remember to visit andpra y r'Remember the sick and sbul t
for toe sick and shut-In. In visit and pray for them, people.

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967 21

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with. Rattlers Crush Allen 43. 0 In I
Spearing .......Ie Opener

I' The FAMU Rattlers startedthe 28 yard line and scampered 72 -
I' season off right with a con- yards untouched for the third c
vincing 43-0 triumph over TD of the game. /
Allen in Columbia,S. C.Satur- The FAMU front four, Including -
day night. The Rattlers looked Rudy Sims, ZekeSimsat
BY HARRY SPEAR like the FAMU teams of old as guard, Alvin Longan and
they gained a total of 454 yardsto Richard Ford at tackle held
64 for Allen. Allen to a minus 20 yards

I TOLD YOU SO The scoring honors were rushing. The defensive secon-
spread around as six different dary intercepted three Allen
Last year, kept m'lklogexcusesforthe Miami Dolphins being Rattlers crossed the goal line, passes including two by Rattier
a newly formed team and it takes time to get organized. It with quarterback Ken Riley safety Eddie Cooper.
seem I haven't been let down. After last Sundays game with getting two TDs. Head Coach
Denver Bronco's the Dolphins played like a champion team. I Jake Gaither alternated his two The victory put the Rattlerson
wouldn't want to single any one player out,although there were signal callers with Elroy top of the SIAC conferencewith
some outstanding plays. You can go all the way down the line Morand at the helm in the first a 1-0 mark. FAMU meets J 4et
and you'll find each and everyone contributed the 35-21 vic- and third quarters and Riley another conference foe Satur- 6.i 4 1
tory. Like baseball it takes more than one man to play the taking charge in the second and day night in Bragg stadium .
game and be a winner. After reading our other local papers fourth. when they tangle with the South
with the story on the game I hate to repeat them for the single Riley Completed nine of 11 Carolina State Bulldogs ,r' a
reason I can give practically the same discriptionbut our passes, connecting with Kent Score by quarters: FAMU
paper which is a weekly addition,at the same time I can fill in Sen oolf leld on a nine yard 18-6. 13--43.AllenO.0-
what was m I s sin g.You read how great Abner Haynes, Bob scoring play. Morand hit five 0- 0- 0.
Griese, Joe Auer, Sam Price and Frank Emanuel were; also of 15, and also had a scoring Scoring Summaries; A4M- 1
Wahoo McDaniel, Ed Cook, Ray Jacobs and so on were, but 1 I toss to John Eason. Eason 14 pass from Morandrun
noticed one play that could have been the turning point, it was Hubert Ginn took off from ( failed) A&M Gunn six

when the score was, tied 21.21, Floyd Little was all alone on where he left last season by yard run (kick failed) A&M- .... .. .
his way for a touchdown, when Mack Lamb, coming out of no leading the Rattlers in yards Hazelton, 28 punt returnpass -- -- ----- ------- ---
where with his speed, caught Little around the ankles and pre- gained with 72 yards In 11 car- failed) A&M Riley 25 run WHO ARE YOU MAD AT BABY?
vented a touchdown, which would have given Denver the lead, ries, including a six yard (kick fail) A&M Morand 13 Johnny Orr, a first year middle guard from North Dade
but the speed Mack had, saved what might have been disaster, scoring run. Biggest play of run (kick fall) A&M Riley 1 High School, Miami, is sure to figure in the Bethune-Cook-
although Mack didn't play much. This once again,like a pinch the game was by defensive run (Eason kick) A A M man College Wildcats Football plans this season.
hitter In baseball, comes up, hits a home run with basses halfback Major Hazelton who School field 9 pass from Riley The 305-pound lineman has natural football ability and shows
;loaded and wins the ball gamo.I forgot to mention George Wil- scooped up an Allen punt on the (run failed). great determination, according to Headcoach Jack McClairen
tjoq Sr. and his coaching staff, didn't let me down either. As I Orr reported to spring practice weighing 350 pounds,but the
k&pt mentioning hope they picked the right players, while sit- DOLPHINSClaude B-CC coaches told him he was too heavy to play He came
ting in the stands all I could hear was "what a difference to back this month, some 45 pounds "slimmer."
last year, look at him go, what a run he made look at Block,' Brownlee, 23, single, 263lbs. 6'4' a defense tackle "He displayed power and agility when we tested him against
and so forth, these people couldn't hold their seats, somo of and defensive end, came from the Baltimore Colts, was with some of our top veterans and keeps up with the pack during 40-
them stood up practically through the whole game screamingand them one year,attended Benedict College.He is from Washington yard-wind-sprints. I expect him to develop into a fine performer" -
stomping, thats how exciting the games was. Let's hope D. C. In 1963, he played at the Orange Bowl against Jack said.
they can continue this Sunday. Now about next Sundays gam*. Florida AIM. My prediction for Sundays game 40 to 45,000.
The Dolphins play the Kansas City Chiefstbe American Football I hope I am right.
League Champs. This game will be a good test for the Jack's MEN'S WEAR(
Dolphins because the chiefs are loaded. Coach Stram has his HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTES
team all fired up for this game. Therefore I advise you all to Coral Gables rates high after they routed Columbus 39-0, SEE "MR. JACK"
make your reservations now don't wait until the last minute Craig Curry, Betram Taylor and Gerald Tinker were outstanding FOR
and then feel sorry Call Charles Gesino at the Dolphin Of- stars along with the rest of the team, this only the begin- STYLES FOR ALL AGES
fice. 379-1851 or the Orange Bowl 377-0738, or go to gate 14 ning for Gables. But there were other teams that needed
The Vtry Latttt In Mtn't fo.liions
to get your tickets. This is for Sunday Sept. 24. Game time watching, such as Northwestern who downed Central 33-21,Ray
4:30 p.m. We are all sorry about the mlsstortune that occuredto Mathis was the star here, Jackson High defeated Coral Park SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
John Stofa after his great showing, while quarter backingfor 13-7 Law,Chandler, Lewis and Townsley were the stars here ITALIAN SHOES
the Dolphins. They expect him to be out in about 2 months.We Chandler rushed 124 yards in 15 carries., Mays defeated Ft.
all wish him,a speedy recovery. Also if you wish to senda Pierce 40-19. The top two games,played before 8,000, not bad
getwell card in care of the Mercy Hospital. for high schools. It shows Miami is a football city. '


have to like Happy Stuntz'chances of bringing home his Coral Gables- University of Miami will attempt Justifyits ChampionRADIO
second straight $5,000 Flagler MarathonChampionshipSatur- highest pre-season rating ever, starting Saturday in Dyche
day night and he ,, !Very well, Improve upon his per- Stadium, Evanston, 111., against the Northwestern Purple Wild & TV REPAIR
formance last year when he took first and third money with
the littermates Pitchy and Good Cause. cats.The game will be carried ABC's regional telecast startingat SERVICE CALL $3.00
This time he could run 1-2-3, for he has three in the final 1:30 p.m.CDT and will also be carried on Channel 10 in Mi-
and each was a heat winner in the preliminaries which deter- 1488 N.W. 621 St.
mined the eight finalists. Charlie Tate's Hurricanes have been in the top five of
The Stuntz trip consists of his defending champ,Pitchy, and most national pre-season ratings and have been in the upper 696-3225
another pair of young littermates in Towncrestand Homt'pride. three in several picks.
Pitchy won his qualifying heat handily but finished fifth in Bon Jordan. Jr.. Prop..
last Saturday's semifinals .. Homepride won her first round Down
test by four lengths and came on strong In the stretch to fin- $295
ish second to,George Fulton's Silent Tear Saturday. NO QUALIFYING

Towncrest reversed this procedure, running second in the $85 MONTHLYNice w
qualifying round, and coming back to win the first of the semifinal clean CBS, 2

heats. bedroom screened
While Happy definitely has a big edge .. and a real chanceto ,
take more than one of the top money spots. the overall porch.
field is strong and anything still can happen in a greyhoundrace. 4127 NW

Others who'll be going for the $2,500 winner's end of the 23rd Ave.
include Gene Handle's stouthearted
$5,000 stake Siturday night
Party Partner ,, Fulton's Silent Tear, who looks like a Dancing & Fun Ti! 5 AMM 4
good one, particularly from an outside postposition. Gene
Randle's Outdoor, a litternnie to the famous Old Kim .
Maxine Keith's Hy Storm,who races for PbU W1llmott' Public Cet'
Kennel. 0. K, Duke, Jr.'s Theorized, who was a qualifyinground 1.

There'll winner.be another matinee-night doubleheader at Flaglerthis q DOULI ACTION ,

Saturday and these day-night twin bills arecertain to get GMYMIA
more popular with each performance, especially as the after oi .stsNa IMMACEj. /
noons begin to cool off a bit.
OQ last week's double bill there was a twin doubt ,J:Hty ,
that number players might have cashed in handsomely. $ Afternoon and NihtSntvrdny
The dally double on both the daylight and night programs was v-i
5-1 and the payoffs were $277.40 and $257.80. -- I
: Ilclll Elc '
And on the night time program, the Twin Double return was HAIR POMADE s !>'. '
the fifth largest in Flagler history, hitting $18,276.60 on an 4 Keeps Hair
8-2-8-8 combination The last half of the twin was a hunch t Neat and
players delight The winners were Tell Tom in the eighth I WellGroomedAll
and Tell Cindy in the ninth. .. and both, of course, were sired Day
by Tell You Why. Nsw Improved MURRAY'S Hair I y yNON
Drewlnc Pomade works wonders on Post Time! 2 p. and 8 p.m. ( !
kinky hard-to-manape Applied
Jn the morning, hair keep that "Juittombed'
HARRY'S PUPS TO WATCH: You can Just keep watching look all day. Satisfaction '
Ewalt's Cut Time. He looks like a comer who could go all guaranteed MURRAY'S Get toJay. ,. ,.... !
the way.O. On tale an
K. Duke has a litter of new ones coming up who look Just drug tounirn and cometIc every-
about as good as the famous Policed litter did at the same where. HURRAY A
stage of development They're schooling now and will be URCE SIZE 500 MURRAYS -}'7lH.AVI 4M'b I?
going in the maiden races shortly Their names all start SMALL SIZE 250 NOHTNWm

with C's like Cashed, Caudated, etc. MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS CO.
And Ray DuPree, Jr. is high on one called Safety Blitz who 45* Clirlotte Dltnit, Mltk. 41211
ran second last week and looks. like be's ready to move up.


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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967

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696-4077 8523 NW 22 Ave He Serves Miami
2020 NW 98th Street & Like new duplex, freshly
pointed inside and out, jalousie windows, large ((1)) 2 bdrms, 1 bath, (K, din or.aJ), screened porch,cpt.
et. Price $11,000 with $350 down, $73.09 month, J liv.{ rm. $10,000, $300 down, $62.22..
Homes For FHA. Vacant, we havekey. ((2)) 2 bdrms, 1 both, liv rm, din rm, K, Fla rm, vtil area,
$300 Down $95 Month $11,800, $400 down, $78.24 mo.
Includes 'Taxes and Insurance S L SI4I11 Q $
((3)) 3 bdrms, 1 bath, liv rm, din rm, K, fenced, extras. '
3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty $13,000, $400 down" $80.82 mo.

Carport, |lust painted. Many other extras. F rrd4 dala isi'd;r wfadev"t" i ",,,lo a e4 rar lbi8Ir ((4)) 4 bdrms, 2 baths, liv rm, din rm, K, front andrear

closed porches. Extras., $15,500, $500 down. $96.21
ASK FOR EUGENE KEMP f rM $'a e mo.

Daytime. time 635.4595Nit. 691-0789 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS ((5))'5 bdrms, 1 bath, (liv rm,din area, K, Fla rm,fenced,
1765 NW 84th Street Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, extras. $14,80050 down, $90.1lIl0.
carport, terrazzo floors, awning windows, city
FORD REALTYINC. Iroker water and pump and well for yard, stove and re ((6)) 4 bdrms, 1 bath, liv rm, din rm, K, large screenedFla ,
fri erator. Bargain at $11,700 with $400 down and patio do pool garage, porch, many extras. $23,.
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4W5 $72.48 month, FHA. 000, $1600 mo.

CONVENTIONAL 3 bdrm, 2 bath, CBS, corner beauty,
.(,Llll Y\l r l !HrC )$ picture Fla rm, Iiv'rmt K and din area, cpt., util rm,
2345 HW th5.St1 Crn. ,cis ce, r 4al.usia extra lot, must see. $15,500, $1500 down.
.i va.andrr tr rl ;I ts Belt
awi etafafi +
OWNER MUST SELL 'i y{pt'$ with S3Q0aj own"hand; '$10..4.o th, NO QUALIFYING
I Beautiful 3 bedrm, 1 bath, CBS, liv rm, din area, K,
FHAl! I V,,,,,l- i.t\'I.t1I. front and rear porches, util rm, $1,3,000, $1,000 down
$13,000, $1,000 down, $112 month pays all. "
Lovely CBS,2 large bedrooms, huge lot, sprinkler 2466 NW 101st St. Clean' bedroom CBS, extra VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100"DOWN
system, w/w carpets, Fla rm, carport, huge kitchen large Fla room, tile roof, city water and pump
beautiful I coblnh, air cond., a real buy for end well for yard, stove, refrigerator, air condi
$12,500, $300 down, $77 mo. tioner, Bargain at $9,600, $300 down and$59.65FHA. : '.'=;"( ;' i:;, '': -
'I'J't' 1'T'
;;" w.; 'f.1!) V' ".".ys, ," '.\,..(.,,Jt>'<.1",.j' ,!1'a'

929 NW 49 STREET ',$rl.! ls ALL L '" d' 'i' ,

2 bedroom, CBS, Fla rm, oak floors large rms II"at" Iea1M 'FI ".1.ll.tHW2" NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING
move right in, no wetting' no red tope.$11,500, 1. _+ CH, wn fftdo' ;(r."r pai I n ed CORNER CBS
BEAUTY. 3 bedrooms
$500 """ "'r.f baths,
fOWllr ....4..., !taM"'aalr,-.;. $1 to',....i..;.;....Ttfs.-l-W5f w Fla room, dining room, 1 r c air cond., Fenced.
; .114 ., "'". ....t !t. J .. Nice area. $400 down, $12,800 FHA.

1901 NW 88th Terr. Live rent freeIIModern 2bedroom appliances, 1 air cond Detached 2 car ,ora,..
CBS plus 1 bedroom income, apartment. Double lot. $350 down $11,500 FHA

Large 2 car garage has an extra shower, awnings,
2' bedroom, IK}
and Price $450 down
stove refrigerator.
and $93.33 month, FHA.413.bNWti2idriwo bath, F'10 room, dining' room, utility| room. PLUS
EFFCY APT. Fenced, near schoolsbusses.shop
'' ping. $400 down, $12,800 total.
lac :( W l f.

Iin0oi lji \ ; ri': "Ovely'2\ r..dioon ,I home,;; NO QUALIFYING 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, din.
'large" Fla' "room,':c'orp.f, .Move/and' ,fefrgeroter| /ti"Jr wall ing room, utility, room, garage, appliances, wall/
ReflltoKMISHI r carpeting. $90 mo. $2,000 down. $10,000 to
t large landscap d lot. Price Onl> $8,500$600 :, tal.
down and 'I
$75 month.. : *; .. :, ,, '" ',' ", l
DUPLEX. 3 bed
room, Hi bath, built-In kitchen
1043 NW 61st St. 2 bedroom home, freshlypainted large dining room ,
bt l'
pantry 2. < CDm Pf. Completely furnished.
inside and out, carport, best location. $19,000 total. Reasonable down.
82S NW 83 STREET Price $8,500, $300 down and $85 month pays all,
3 bedroom, rtfrltrotor, stove, aWlllngl,carportt, (includes taxes and insurance) Vacant, we have $100 WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
nicely landscaped. $100 to vets. I DOWN FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS
'; !tf!
1941 NW 88 STREET "i.T SHELL
,,Vi' heve;'a' f few! 2,' '3;-'4', 5 and 6 anti;,'totinint1'iildn
Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, ( tltatyeu little
,{/ +can h'y Yihh| as cnJ)l,5W; '
carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 down. r t"I.L1vf' free .la. .one apartment( and ttaHectini, II 42W NW. 7tfc Avt. 751 5MJ
"comtt ftaaiabe"btfiweryAli., vaL jap-MogkQn" ,
1095 NW 85 STREET !\__ ,p,_\! Fl H I : /'

Beautiful 3 bedroom, Flo room, re frig., stove, NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYING

FHA terms. 1766 NW 89th Terr. Modern 2 bedroom CBS on Buy A Nous Today
large lot, jalousie windows stove
2 bedrooms, garage, Fla room, (urn. Only $14,500 air conditioner, modern kitchen. Price is $12,000with
Cravera Lakes area. $1,000 down and take over FHA pa'.ts..f ((1)) 1299 NW 51st Terr. $300 down. CBS
NO QUALIFYING HOMES $A6 mo. pays all (includes taxes and insurance.) house.

9440 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE I WtMavW t. like Iuew'heaufilufhm( ataraiCity: "\ ((2)) 2401 NW 151st St. $300 dwn.3 house b.ed.

.... 2 bedroom with ,large Fla'room, completely furn. th.t! you' can buy wit $1,040dowq; and.'tike over '
$2500 down. Move right In. [i government" FHA or VA payments* OIi.'h,3,1, ((3)) 1917 NW 152nd Ter. $250 dn. $75 mo.
'bedroom, 2 bath and the other 4 heir.oll'2, '
8515 NW 14 COURT bath home BvllH :kitchen( corner,'modern, _op;,, ((4)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 bath
1 bedroom home. $65 month. Fenced. Good condi rplla.K, i,; city water and pump, indwellfof" tprlnU: home. $1,000 down.
tion. >ler syitem, .central 1 .oil heat,. Bar-B-Q, wall to

3120 NW 12 AVENUE wall"carptlnj7tlle, patio, g.rag.r; tc. The'petil.wrWE / ( ((5)) 1527 NW 40th St. 3 bedroom home. Carport .

Darling 2 bedroom Fla room, garage. Only -- HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -- fenced yard.
$1,000 down.Move right In. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

INCOME PROPERTY $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING ((6))'3850 NW 170th St. $300 down. 3 bed.

Almost new 1 bedroom duplex. FHA terms. Total
.' price $11,000, $250 down. ((7)) 2345 NW 65th St. Brand new duplex.

K 4? J*> *t vftm $1,000 down.
2311 NW 95 TERRACE
Gorgeous ell tom hilt duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla. :' APARTMENTS FOR RENT
room each side, huge closets. 6 years new. 14460 NW 22nd Avenue $16 week


TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A \\{: Open Eyenlngf Sundays, ,.., J639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4525

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 22, 1967 23'


CLASSIFIED LAKE FRONT HOMES Lovely duplex, 2 bedroom, Nice room for rent, man pre-
ADS Built to order stove and refrigerator ferred. 5520 NW 15th Ave.

93rd St., and NW 12thAve. month. Apply 62 NW 42nd St. 691-4179.

DEADLInE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS Builder 693-2631 Unfurnished two bedroom du- 1 bedroom duplex- $19
plex. Stove and refrigerator 3 bedroom house $27

FOR SALELot FOR SALEThe FOR SALE $350 down FHA, $81 pays all. furnished. $90 per mo. Refer- 2 bedroom house, rear- $20

on NW 62nd Street between beauty of beauties,3 bed- FHA HOMES CBS, terrazzo floors, carport, ences required call owner OX 2 bedroom house $25

18th and 19th Aves. Call 691- room, 2 bath, if you are look- We have lots of 2 bedroom and near everything and busses. 6-2392. Efficiency 1 person $11

0685. Alonzo Kelly. ing for something unusual in 3 bedroom homes for $100 FHA duplex $102 mo. pays all DEPOSIT REQUIRED
-' Room. Settled couple or set LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY
:t. 6 decoration of Fla. room then down to Veterans in the best CBS, terrazzo floors,close in.
On NW 45th St.,near NW 2 Ave. you mist see this to appreciate areas let us take you out and Near everything. Low down. tled lady. Reliable person or 2020 NW 62nd STREET
Home and income 2 CBS beau- it FHA approved for $20,000 show you today. A. Ben-Kori, persons. Come to 826NW 76th PHONE 6337809Nice

ties on 1 lot. Front house 2 drive by 8920 NW 8th Ave., Realtor call anytime 751-2243 $450 down, lovely 3 bedroom, St. Call 693-4177 from 3pm.
bedroom 1 bat. large Fla. then call Saturday. room for a man. Hot
Fenster Realty Fla. room, carport, awnings,
Rear house 1 bedroom Broker 759-8779. land water at all times Nice Sur-
room. FHA ON THE CANAL fenced yard, beautifully
Nice rooms. Men preferred. roundings call until 10 a.m.to
1 bath completely furnished. school bus and
3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS on the scaped, near ,
Close to school, shopping and 55 NW 51st STREET canal Little River Dr. a must shopping. 5520 NW 15th Ave. 9:30 p.m. 691-7034.
3 large bedroom, 2 bath. Eat
bus. qualifying. No red
see with down.
in equipped kitchen dish $19,000 Room inheart of Liberty City 2 and 3 bedroom houses and
Take over existing FHA tile
rape. Ranch style hom A. Ben- 3 bedroom, Fla. room,
Mortgage. At real low inter- washer, garage, fenced,washer Kori Realtor call roof, fenced yard. FHA. modern furnishings. 1545 NW duplexes. 1935 NW 96th St.,-
est of 5 1/4$2700down$110 dryer, well pump, sprinklers 7512243., 68th Street. Phone 696-4570. $30 weekly. 1540 NW 84th St.

pays all. Atlantic and Pacific carpets, draperies, .MKE SCATTON, REALTOR $25 weekly. 570 NW 30th St.-
Realtors6660411. lovely interior. Near schools, NO QUALIFYING 751-9784 Private bedroom with private $20 weekly. 1515NW 62nd St-
church, bus. Assume $16,500or bath $15 week. Couple prefer $25 weekly. Dixie Rental
$900 down clean 2 bedroom
No qualifying. Pretty 3 bed- 90% financing. horns very CBS with,carport Waterfront,FHA approved, 3 red. 754-5789. 727 NW 65th St. Agency. 3203 NW 17th Ave.-

room 1 bath CBS, carport, EVA S. FRIXBroker) 75 x 150 lot take over small bedroom h 0 m e Magnificent 6332429.
1 large yard take over FHA. 1 693-1611 payments $83.00 month pays Florida room, garage, fenced Rooms, cooking included, call I>-

mortgage already placed 2145 NW 84th St. Beautiful 2 all this is a good one A.Ben- yard. $600 down a terrific deal after 7 p.m. 69 -2534. Adults only. Efficiency apartment

$1200 down $83 month pays all bedroom, CBS house city Kori, Realtor call anytime Drive by 9310 Little River Dr. with carpeting air-con
Atlantic and Pacific Realtors. water fenced yard, redec- 751-2243, then call Fenster Realty, Room. Man. Kitchen privilege ditioned. $23 weekly. 2 bed duplex -
666-0411. orated like new. Close to (broker) PL 9-8779. 1277 NW 70th Street. Sept.29 $25 weekly. Dixie Rental

everything. Good terms. Owner Home and income. Live rent Agency. 3203 NW 17th Ave.-
Nice 3 bedroom 1 bath exlarge 758 5400. free. Front horn, 2 bed, bath 2412 NW 86th STREET Exceptionally beautiful, one 633-2429.
Florida room Enclosed front Fla room, carport. Rear house CBS spotlessly clean,neat and bedroom apartment. Living
2 bedroom, CBS, 2bathswellpump room dining area, Fla. room. Furnished nice clean 1 bed-
porch, CBS, tile roof, hard- 1 bed, 1 bath, Fla.room, turn nice. Fla. room and garage.
wood floor, wall to wall car and sprinkler system, fenced yard. Beautiful. Must Short safe walk to elementary Furnished. Finest neighborhood. room apartment, quiet place.
pet, fenced, across street from fenced yard, awnings, screen- seel! FHA $15,500 $500 down school. $375 down(vets less) Adults only. Profes 6306 NW 15th Ave. Phone: FR
Central High. FHA $14,000, ed porch. $12,000 FHA $400 $96 mo. Atlantic and, pacific $88 month. Seller pays closing sionals. To see call Miss Bell 1-9797 or, NE 41886.Ask for
$450 down $86 month. Vet- down. 20821 NE 13th Place. Realtor. 6660411. cost. Furniture available 633-9733. Kelley. Indef.
d i 1 Ia d Phone 9453821. Biscayne Realty Inc. Broker
erans or s p c e persons Room. 1430 NW 68th Street
$100 down. Atlantic Pacific 7598600.NO Beautifully furnished, one
Realtors 6660411.By $ down $82.50 mo. 3341 NW 4 bedroom, 2 baths, pool, large bedroom home. Little River 696-1662.

209 Terrace 2 bedroom CBS, patio, air-conditioned home. CLOSING COST Drive area. Prefer one adult. HELP WANTEDDo

owner. 3 bedroom. 1 bath, like new. Many extras. Will sell FHA CBS two bedroom, carporte, Professional. Must have you have sales ability? We
CBS with sprinkler system com:nittment low 20's. 8925 tile roof, neat clean. $11,500 quality references. No other have opportunity, steady Income =

supplied by well, carpet, 8927 NW 21st Ave. Big clean NW 19th Ave. FHA $375 down (vets less)appliances need apply. To see call Miss pleasant work, ad-

drapes and built in wooden CBS with many, many extras. HOME AND INCOME included 87th St Bell 633-9733. vancement. Retirement possi
hutch. $12,000. with $1,150. Big 112' x 230' lot, with big 2 BEAUTIFUL DEALS area near schools, busses, ble. For interview send your

down buys our equity. 5 1/4% workshop, garage, etc. FHA (1) Duplex 2 bedroom 1 bathon shopping Biscayne Realty, Nice cool 1 bedroom apart- qualifications to: T, L. King
FHA mortgage at $86.00 per $15,000 only $450 down. Hite each side, living, room Inc. Broker 759-8600 ment adults. Will take baby uj)1223 N. W. 50th St., Miami or

month: P., I. and taxes. 1220 Realty 696-6631 anytime. Fla. room, kitchen dining, to 2 years old. MU 1-0325 or call 633-6682 after five p.m.
NW 84 Terrace 6931274. NO QUALIFYING 754-4824.
room, utility room. Other Beautician wanted (senior or
Sept. 22 $350 down, $82.50 mo. 20515 side same without Fla. $1000 down. No red tape move Junior) call '759-9574. le.

NW 28th Court. Very cute, 2 room, CBS, tile roof largelot in. Owner anxious. Large 1 bedroom duplexes 1987 NW brity Beauty Salon.
Greatest bedroom CBS. three bedroom with enclosed 56th St, $18 weekly. 6005 NW
1951 NW 152nd Street. city water and city ,
home bargin. Repossession. sewage. $21,500.00 front porch, full dining room, 14th Ave. $17 weekly.1762 NW Salesman. Furniture experienced
Buy direct from bank. No $350 down, $86.25 mo. 17014 $5,375.00 down. separate garage. Drive by,82 39th St. Free electric and. preferred but will train
closing cost. No qualifying NW 53rd PI. 3 bedroom CBS, ((2) Live in front house rent NW 47th' Ter., then call Biscayne water. $IS'weekly. Dixie Rental right man. Apply in person 200
modern. Rea 1 t y, Broker, 759- Agency. 3203 NW 17th Ave. 5th 29.EDISON .
Move: right in. bed, Fla room, back house at $85.00 mo. NW St. Sept.
----- 8600.
oak floors, city water, low front 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 633-2429
$600 down, $123.50 mo. 3931
taxes. 235-2958. living room,
NW 187th Terr. For the discriminating kitchen dining area, LAKE FRONT HOMES
buyer, luxury Built to order
utility room,carport,open
LAKE FRONT HOMES Inside garden large 3 93rd and 12th Ave
plus, front porch, tile roof,CBS St., NW
Built to order bedroom, 2 bath. Only 4 left Specials
beauty Backhouse CBS
93rd St., and NW 12th Ave. terr. florrs, 1 bedroom Builder 693-2631
4 left Investment counselors Real
Only ,
1 bath living room kitchen
Builder 693-2631 tors 691 NW 45th Street 758- .. 1310 NW88th Street FHA$21-

7956. $18,000.00$2100,00 down $101.99mo. 000.00 bedroom, 2bath, OPEN AFTER 2 P. M. SUNDAY
Fla room, carport, air-con
3 bedroom home with or with maculate 2 bedroom 1 bath, Carlton Realty Broker. ditioned, central heat and 138 NW 68th STREET

out furniture. By owner Fla. room, carport, CBS, tile 6353177.LAKE much, much more, only 4 bedroom, pllll Fla room. This very large CBS
$1,000 down 2230 NW 87th St. roof, hardwood floor, must $1,200.00 down (vets$800.00)), home with tile roof. Being offered on FHA terms
Call 444-9546. see! FHA $450 down,veteransor FRONT HOMES no closing costs, monthly with only $350 down. Near all schools buses,

displaced person$100 down Built to order $127.00, if you really want the and shopping.
Duplex, CBS, 1 bed apt., each close to bus, school and shopping 93rd St., and NW 12th Ave. very best you must see this
side furnished. Corner lot Atlantic 1 and Pacific Only 4 left house today. Aetna Realty 39 NW 38th STREET

$1,000 down 92-26 NW 18th Realtors. 666-0411. Builder 693-2631 (Broker), 811 NW 54th st., POOL HOME

Ave. Call 4449546. Phone: 757-5724, Open 7 days. Large clean'home with, two Fla rooms. 2 reverse
FHA TERMS RICHMOND HEIGHTS cycle air conds. and beautiful pool on adjoining

$350 down, only $100 down to Total Price $20,000.00 with 15029 PolkSt., Grooms, 3bed- 810 NW 83rdSt.noqualifying;: lots. Also I has' cottage for rental or additionalroom 1
any Vet. displaced person. $1,000 down and$150.00 month rooms. Cost $11,000, $350 3 bedroom, tile roof, all CBS,' for your teenagers or would make lovely ca-
pays all. 'Three bedroom, 2 total take bonna when entertaining. No qualifying. Owner
This FHA, 2 bed home, Fla. down $80 month. Mar-DanAs- price $13,500.00,
room, fenced yard, near bath corner, Little River Dr. sociates, 1698 Coral Way Hl- over existing mortgage of will, hold the mortgage. You' '''tan't beat this I
area eat in kitchen,very large
schools, busses, shopping in beautiful fenced rear 5-2557. $11,500.00, $88.00 monthlypays DRIVE BY EDISON TO SEE
perfect location. Total price everything' move today- THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES
yard, large living room A Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW
drive 6535 NW 6th
$11,800, by Double Simmons mat-
Ave., then call us 7598779."No beautiful home. A. Ben-Kori, tress and springs $30,nice all 54th Street, phone: 757-5724, ((1)) Nice CBS home, tile roof, Fla r cm, plus
Realtor, call anytime. formica desk $35, working TV open 7 days. screened Fla porch. Fenced yard. Only $300
751-2243. down Near Edison Elementary school.
FHA. ...
qualifying" This large, $15, at Lawyers Office Bldg. HOME PLUS INCOME ((2)) 3 bedroom CBS home, fenced yard, awnings,
large CBS 2 bed horn Just NO QUALIFYING 13740 NW 7th Ave. 6813831. $1500
Will sell cheap Must have takes cash down. FHA mortgage already
done over in and out Fla. 4 bedroom, 2 bath pool, total $5,000 cash. 949-6992 Oct. 3 placed. No qualifying.
room, central air condition, price $17,500, with $3,300 3 bedroom house, tile bath,all -' ((3)) 5 units. Consisting of 3 bedrooms 2 baths,

reverse cycle, garage, extra down and assume mortgage.It electric kitchen. Large yard 2 bedroom frame house with home, 2 bedroom home, duplex and cottage,
large utility in rear big lot! has a pool, and is corner lot fine neighborhood. No qualify- jalousied porch In Allapattah plus vacant lot. Approximately 1 acre all to-
Fenced Don't miss it. fenced with built in kitchen and ing or red tape. Immediate section and adjourning lots, gether. Near 36th St. & 12th Ave. $27,500 -
Drive by 1950 NW 55thSt,then many other features a steal.A. possesion. Call owner Mr. zoned for duplex convenient terms.

call Fenster Realty PL 98779No Ben-Kori, Realtor 612 NW Norris 633-9733. 3 schools busses and shop --
60th St. Callanytlme7512243NO ping. $7500 cash phone:757- WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
Lot 50 x 100 NE 152nd Street
qualifying, cor- 16th Ave. North Miami Beach. 9594. TERMS AND NO QUALIFYING,
ner, 2 bedroom home plus ef- FOR RENT
ficency, fenced yard, a terri- $17,600, with $4,600down,assume PL 7-0973 Washington Park. STORE FOR RENT YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
fic buy, across from Manor: Prk mortgage and pay Large 2 window store, busy $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING,
good terms. Drive by 1301 NW $109.00 a month this is a beau- 1864 NW 88th Street CBS 2 location. Good anykind of busi DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .

50th St., then call us Fenster ty, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, this is bedroom, completely renovated ness. Reasonable rent.741 NW WHAT YOU ARE
Realty (Broker) 7598779. a very large horns on a 100 x inside and out to a like new 62nd Street. Phone. 866-8757.. ARE SURE WE HAVE
140 ft. lot a must see,best buy condition, awnings all around Indef. LOOKING FOR, COME I IN TO SEE US.

Open house: Open Sunday 2. 6 of year. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor FHA $10,500 No closing costs Lovely room in convenient location OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
p.m 1220 NW 88th St. Owner 612 NW 60th St. Call anytime Downpayment $350 (vets $100 nice middle age lady '

anxious, 3 bed, 2 bath, FHA 7512243. down) monthly 6511. This preferred. Call 751-0294 .
horn, with carpet, a bighorns LAKE FRONT HOMES house will sell very fast see MISCELLANEOUSLearn li EDISON RIAtlY, Realtors
it right now and be first Aetna
to order ,
carp 0 r t e. Priced right, so '
come by Sunday to discuss 93rd St., and NW 12th Ave. Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th and to adult play classes.the piano Morningor ,child- 175, m' 2nl St 7514M1THE .
terms. Fenster Realty(Brok Only 4 left St., Phone 757-5724 Open. 7 ren 635-6737.
759-8779.. Builder 693-2631 days. afternoon.
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I Church of Incarnation launches Youth industries Projects; Leon 1514 Explorer in reached search the of juan the Bahamas ponce Fountain ae in

After a thorough survey of Its goal is to instill the dig- from the church, and has beenin The youth Industries pro- number of possible services. of Youth on Bimini.
its neighborhood, the Churchthe nity and worth of nun; to es- touch with a number of local ject plans to manufacture pro-
Incarnation, 1835 NW 54th tablish good spending and saving youths who are not members ducts from scrap lumber; SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL!
St., has started a project aim- habits; to establish good --obtaining enthusiastic sup- playground equipment from
ed not only at helping its own work habits;and to develop an port from three "gang lead- used pipes and will offer a ((1)) Vi price on hairdo's with regular wig set.
youngsters,but also those of attitude of participation in society ers." The initial I I organizational -
the neighborhood.The as useful citizens. meeting of the teenagersis ((2)) Free treatments (name brands) with hair
project is named"youth On August 20, Harvey Wallace scheduled for next week. CENTEII VILLA do, for ladies without wigs.
Industries." Its purpose is to was employed by the Mr. Wallace is a native Mia- KINDERGARTEN
work with the youth in the Church of the Incarnation to mian, married, and the fatherof 5861 NW 17th AVENUE ((3)) $1.00 manicures Mondays' and Wednes-
Church and the community by organize and supervise the three children. He Is a ma- days for as longas the Special" last.
assisting them to formulate a project to the Vestry to the ex- jor in the Army Reserve, has EXQUISITE CHEVELLE
responsible set of values and tent that all men are committed been a teacher 14 years, and LUNCHES
to achieve a degree of successso to the undertaking and are has taught at the County Juvenile PICK-UP SERVICE SALON OF BEAUTY
that they will be motivated'enthusiastic. Home for the past seven REGISTER NOW 1545 NW 54th ST. 691-9716
towards constructive commun- lie has contracted the ren- .years, helping the most so. 691-1196 OR 636-3302 Gloria Graves Hester KinchensR.
munity living. tal of a building of a haliblock maladjusted.
Marie Woods
Mrs. R, E< Coptlond, Sup. .

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1 When Mr.and Mrs.Vincent AfreeBenson were married In Los Angeles, the mar- -
riage in Los Angeles, the marriage was attended by members of "The Young Amencans" NASSAU, BHAMMAS J Receiving directions from a sargeant in the Royal Baha-
singing of which the bride (the former Saundra Scott) is the immediate
group mas Police/ Force are Mrs. (Well Mitchell of 820 NW 52nd Street, Miami, and Mrs.
4 past president. Standing with the young couple after the ceremony are Robert Cohn Lillie of 47 Avenue Newark I
Thompson Mope s New Jersey. During their stay in theu
(left) who is the Columbia Pictures' release
S presenting "Young Americans/ based ,
capital of Nassa the ladies at the Hotel '
the quaint city were guests popular Dolphin ;
J on nationally-known singing group who play themselves (including Mrs. Benson overlooking Nassau Harbour.
I as president), and Alex Grasshoff who wrote and directed the film. Miss Betty Lou
'll autto, a "Young American,II sang the "Wedding Song," from "West Side Story,"to
entertain guests before the wedd ing.The couple will make their home in Los, geles./ .



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