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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I. 4 Centers To Help Find Better Housing



; Under the direction of the better housing. programs available throajh'>t tnon. "It also hopes to alter -dis- Ain

Miami Urban League,and with Gather information on Supply .profit corporations.The criminating practices against

money from I the Ford Foundation and demand made inside program, nationallyknown minority groups by working :
and the local community, and outside the area. as Operation Equality, with real estate boards and existing -
a program was launched Tues- Encourage qualified families is administered by the lea- fair housing groups,"
day to improve housing for Negroes to move outside densely gue's housing program decision said league executive direc-
and Cubans in Miami populated areas, some to all- in New York City. Mia- tor, T. Wlllard Fair.
white neighborhoods. mi is the only Southern city The Ford, Foundation sup-
Staffed centers by experts, three Mrs. Louis Glasser, presi- qualified for the program,designed plied $185,000 of the $220,000
housing were opened dent, said the program will run to "bring about mean- in the two-year budget,and the
In the Negro community and
ingful change in current housing balance was contributed local
for two years, then it is hopedit by -
one in the Cuban community.
will be carried patterns." groups.
Centers will locate InCoconut onbyacorn.

Grove, Liberty City, Opa- munity-wide citizens council, :: Eiiiiiii"a
which the league will help to
". lock and Miami.
organize. Carl Stokes Wins Demo _
Their aim is to: The league will encqurage

4\ Encourage neighborhood the creation of development
improvement through the organization corporations to build low and r + <
of block clubs. moderate housing, particularly Nomination for ."

Counsel families seeking through the use federal ::::
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\. Cleveland MayorHistory tClw.LL


Tighter Zoning Needed was made again In would I say.only that "tradi

Cleveland, Ohio,. Tuesday, tionally, the Democratic Party
when State Rep..Ctrl B.Stokes has supported the victor in the
To Prevent Slums became the first Negro mayorof Democratic primary. I as-
one of the U,S. ma j jpf cities. sume that that's what It'll do
I He won the Democratic nomi- this time." fry, lr M
Metro officials were told pared by a professional consulting nation for mayor of Cleveland. The voter-turnout wa s one Miss Mimi I
Teenage FinalistBarbara
;-f Tuesday that South Dade and firm two years ago. Stokes received 109,658 of the largest recorded in the
other areas of the county are A "complete rewriting": of votes against three-term Ma- city. This was the second time
In danger of becoming "sub- [the zoning rules should be yor Ralph S. Locher's 92,255 the two men contested for the Ann Wooden, 15,an teenage girl, began in August
uran slums" if tighter zoning ready for public hearings in and'Frank p. Celeste's 8,531.IIlSRepublican $25,000 a year mayor's job. Edison High School Junior, Is and is sponsored by Richardsand
controls are not put action. several,months, Welters said opponent in the Running as an independent in one of 25 Miss Teenage Miami WFUN. Prizes Include a
Finalists who will be fashion
competing wardrobe
a portableTV
t 'general election on Nov. 7 is 1965, Stokes lost to Locher by ,
Charles
C. Fichtner of the
Representatives of various for the local title at set, a portable stereo rec-
(lf S eta lt.MaIOn'g.
votes.
11 \ "civic associations, mainly in Bay 'Glades Civic Association'sald # r 2,143 Dada County ,Auditorium Si- ord-pi layer 'with library of
r' the South Dadt'Area: express; resld enb have been die: *. friends and Influencing Celeste was attacked byparty ,.Saturday, Oct 2}J. record:albums, transistor ra- ,
? people in ;organizations not
for
Clere
tressid '
> at.we downgrading I ;
t. -this teal','and ara showing InCreasing ] ,. Barbara appeared'recently''oai land's white West Side worked .ste lng'out 'of the face and.
J strength in thelf fight of zoning and the loose granting In the pageant semi-finals held camera kit, hairdryer
of ,variances permit. well for the 40-year-oldat.'* for drawing white votes from
a gainst rezoning changes. at Richards Department Store and much more.
They have told both Metro ting very high density apart- torney. In some white sections Locher. where she scored highly in appearance The winner Is flown to Dallas -
Zoning Appeals Board and ment construction in areas he received 15 to 20 per cent poise and person. to compete in the National

Metro Commission that it will. planned for low density rest of the vote. Public HearingsOn ality. She then impressed the Miss Teenage America finalsto
OQ foe far West Side Ward
dences.
destroy residential areas. judges with a humorous series be televised on CBS,November
The combination of Inflated NoOne: ,gave Locher 3,483, of Interpretations of'"Mary 11.Barbara.
They carried their cam- Stokes 840 and
Celeste
loans, federal income tax 604. Districts Had a Little Lamb." is the daughter of
paign Tueday to the office of On the East Side Locher's
lawsjTind ,other ,factors, he The contest, which seeks to Mrs. Flora L, Wooden of 655'
County manager Porter home Ward 28
:said f has oftered opportunityfor gave Stokes find an all-around outstanding NW 48th St.
Homer, who promised that, 4,079 to 3,303. Scheduled
"enormous quick profit in .
there and .
complaints suggestions The victory"vindicated -
my
would be seriously con-, cheap and crowded apart- faith in American. demo- The Metropolitan Dade
"
sidered. ments. cracy," Stokes told the enthusiastic County Charter Review Board law On Unwed MothersChallenged

Present at the meeting were "Restraint on further jam- crowd at his campaign will hold public hearings on the, I I
Metro' Planning Director ming of high density apartments I headquarters. question "Should County Com- :

Reginald Welters, and Metro into Dade County's Conceding defeat and congratulating missioners be elected by and LDfUpper

Building and Zoining Director park like surburbs would do Stokes, Mayor from.. districts. .?". at 7:30 p.m. By
Robert Cook. much to alt r act tourists and J Locher said, "the voters have tne following.u : dates:

The chief concern of the retain some semblance of the 'spoken, and that's it." Wednesday, October 11, Marlboro, MD. -A passed in 1962, a Judge can 1
group was the present updating spaciousness and privacy In Questioned as toi, whether Community Center, Cutler Maryland law which says a conclude that children are be-
rewriting suggested the South Dade green belt," 'tie would support Stokes In the Ridge Shopping Center.Wednesday. mother's illegitimate preg- ing raised in an "unstable
county zoning regulations pre- Ficbtner said. 1 November election,Loclvr October 25. nancy is ground ruling that her moral environment" if their
City Hall, North Miami Beach.. other children are neglectedwas unwed mother has become

,. Wednesday, November 8, challenged in court here pregnant or has given birth to ,
County Commission Cham- this week by the NAACP Legal a child within the preceding '\

[ bers, Dade County Court- Defense and Educational Fund, twelve months. '
:I'1 T house. Inc. (LDF) In challenging this statute,
Persons wishing to be heard The motion was filed in the the LDF attorneys further
J on this matter should write to prince George's County Circuit asked the court to name the
.k the Metropolitan Dade County Court in behalf of nine mothers of the defendant
f
Charter Review Board, Room children who were declared children as parties to the case.
911 Courthouse, Miami, be neglected solely because One of the mothers Involved In
f 33130. Formal written pre- their mothers had given birthto the case is white, the remain-
sentations will be limited to more than one Illegitimatechild. ing two are Negroes.
three minutes, exclusive of .

questions from the Board. Under the Maryland statute,
Marshall SeatedThurgood

Business And Professional M a r s h a 11,first

Negro member of the U.S.Supreme

Women To Honor Mrs RangeThe Court,was seated Mon-
bay in the presence of President -
Dade Business and Pro- mary) Jones,for her work with Johnson who appointedhim
fessional Women's Club will "Life Line"; Mrs. M. Athalie to the office, and an overflowing -
have its 25thAnnualCommunity Range, Commissioner of the crowd.
Leaders' Luncheon on Oct., City of Miami, for community The great grandson a
16, from noon to 2 p.m. at the service; and Mary C. Patron, slave, Marshall swore to "do
Everglades Room of the Ever- M. D., for work In the field of equal right to the poor and to
glades Hotel, 244 BiscayneBlvd. medicine. the rich" as he took the oath
.4 Congressman Edward J. with his hand on the Bible
Given during National Business Gurney, United Sttes House The oath was administeredby

Women's Week, October of Representatives, Fifth Dis- Supreme Court Clerk JohnW.
National President and staff congratulating Miami affiliate/ on being selected a 15 thru 21, the luncheon Is in trict, Florida, will be speaker Davis and Court MarshalT.
participating city for Operation Equality. Left to right Paget Lt Alves, Housing Di- recognition of leadership in for the occasion. Perry Lippitt ushered the
rector, National Urban League; Lindsley F. Kimball, President, Board of Trustees, the community. The three women Proceeds are used to maintain new justice to his chair at the
National Urban League; Mrs. Louis Glasser, President, Greater Miami Urban League; to be honored for outstanding a Revolving ScholarshipLoan end of the high mahogany benchon
T. Vfillard Fair, Executive Director, Greater Miami Urban League, Whitney M. Young, accomplishmentsare Fund for Medical Stu- the left of Chief Justice Earl

Jr., Executive Director, National Organ League. : Mrs. Beverly B. (Rose- dents at Miami University. Warren.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday.. October 6. 1967 _

I HEW -To- Probe Agencies Inaction On Apprentice Bias Exposed At NAACP_ L Conference I

New York. The drive of Congressman Taft further your II e I a staff directing uu uiws>> mere is responsibility
Next year the Departmentof reports on the disposition of the National Association for queried the BAT administrator. further action, are still applicable for continued supervision of
Health, Education and Wel- applicants as well. the Advancement of Colored On Sept. 27 he wrote: to air e a d registered apprenticeship programs in
fare will begin a nationwide According to HEW sources, People to end the color bar in "Your letter also leaves me program which are not still this regard. What steps are I
survey of all its agencies and' the proposed survey has not federally-registered appren- in some doubt as to whether the under negotiation. It would being i taken to assure such
services to determine the extent been announced because it is ticeship training programshas Instructions of April 20,to seem that under the regula- supervision?"

of racial discriminationat still in the early planning received an important as-
state levels. stages. sist from Rep. RobertA.Taft

Such agencies as welfare offices The primary goal in the Jr., (R., Ohio) following expo-
and social security programs ; study is to determine where sure of an official Departmentof
that receive federal and! to what extent Negroes are Labor memorandum to field p" 5 i as. y da,
money,1; wjll be included in"the k being excluded from Jobs de- representatives directing thatno
survey spite merit employment pro- further action be taken to

HEW field investigators are grams. It is believed that sucha secure compliance with the
drafting the questionaires for discrimination check will Federal nondiscriminationpolicy
the state and federal programs throw the survey Into conflict and departmental regu- f
and agencies. The first with political pressures.In lations. R I ItIv

reports of the survey are expected The memorandum. dispatched
the past the HEW has con
late next year. by Hugh C. Murphy,
centrated on school and hos-
director of the Labor Departments -
Apart from accounting for pital racial discrimination,
Bureau of Apprenticeship -
how many Negroes were serv- but the Johnson administrationhas
and Training,was revealed -
ed and hired by these agencies, broadened the base of op- pt: c
labor
Herbert Hill NAACP -
by ,
t'hF '
the survey will also Include eration. flNII Lt
director, Sept. 16, at the

I Guilford Is Loan Officer State annual conference NAACP in Cincinnati.Mr. of the Ohio. ,j

Hill read to the delegatesthe
With SBA' Murphy memorandum of FtitENDLV

April 20, 1967 which said, in F, FREDDIE k
Alvin E. Guilford, born and .
raised in Miami, Is employedas N A part;
a Loan Officer by the Small nr "This will confirm our tele-

Business Administration's phone instructions... which
Miami Regional Office. Son of we requested that you and your 1
Mr. and Mrs. B. J.Guilford of field staff do not take any further -
Miami, Mr. Guilford attended action against program
local schools and graduated sponsors in the BAT relativeto
from G. W.Carver High the letters sent them on
School. He received his B. S compliance I repeat, do 4 W aii
degree in Business Adminis- nothing in the field of compliance i
.
tration from BethuneCookman follow-up until you are
.
College in Daytona Beach. given further instructionsfrom Y ,;

Having completed a training the Administrator's Of-
program under which he was fice." r m;

hired in June 1965, Mr. Guil- The NAACP labor director n

ford now Interviews prospec- charged that the BAT had 4. : .
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tive loan applicants, processes never decertified any of these ,
Loans, and loans to small
their loan
applications, programs because of bias as
and then assists in the collec- buisinessmen displaced byUr- provided 1 by departmental
ban Renewal or highway con-
tion of loan
repayments. As a and
policy regulationanallegation -
struction projects, as well as
Loan Officer he also has the later confirmed by
opportunity to talk with many loans available through the Mr. Murphy. The apprenticeship Mrs. M. Athalie Range, Miami City Commissioner, pats Friendly Freddie, Miami
1 business loan
small businessmen and advise regular pro- programs are jointly Seaquarium pelican, while area leaders look on. Metro Mayor Chuck Hall holds Fred
of SBA.Before .
them on some of problems gram his sponsored by management and die's bill while Burton Clark of the Seaquarium beams at the thought that the bird
making recom-
whic they encounter in their the trade unions.Congressman will serve as symbol of the area's campaign provide informationto visitors here
day-1 o- day operations,both mendation concerning ap.prova' Taft was on this fall and winter. The governments of Metropolitan Dade County and the City of
of a direct loan application -
financial and otherwise.Mr. Mr.Guilford must visit the platform at the time that Miami have endorsed the program proposed by the tourism council of the Miami'Dade'

finds.his Guilford work l most says reward-that he the small business and 1 o o k Mr. Hill dramatically produced I Chamber of Commerce to establish Friendly Freddie Visitor 'Information centers
Into Important factors. and read the memorandum.He throughout the county. Miami-Metro News Bureau photo.
many
ing, especially when he is able expressed interest In the
Every application provides a
of recommendapprovalof different set of circumstancesand exposure and, on his return to
loans under the Economic Opportunity each one is an opportunity Washington, sent a pointed Inquiry -

Programs, Disaster for him to exercise his own to Administrator Mur- I HNCHER
former'oUicial of the OLDSMOBILE
Judgement and knowledge of phy a
Are you sick? Need sound business principles. He Bricklayers' Union.
deliverance from all also works closely with local The Ohio Congressman ask
evil? Come see this bankers on loans to be madein ed: (1)) if any apprenticeship Announces The Appointment of
has been de-
program "ever
of God participationwiththebanks.
great woman
certified the Bureau because
by -
who He has approved loans rang-
is gifted to talk of discrimination and -
sickness and ing from $1,200 up to$100,000 WILLIE"BIG
away such
are any proceedings
to such businesses as a record
evil I immediately.There i I manufacturer, a fruit processer pending; (2) what were the cir
( is no failure in cumstances under which the
and a retail dress shop.
God). This woman is a Mr. Guilford is part of a memorandum of April 20 was NICK"NICHOLSON
five-man issued; and ((3))"what public or
born prophetress and team of loan officers
confidential Instructions
regarding -
is available i I I for which this year received an de-certification because
church affairs and award as the outstanding teamin of discrimination were-
the Southeastern Area.
teas. issued by or office to
you your
Mr. Guilford is married to
For Appointments Call: the former Bessie Green of regional directors after" the OS
April 20, memorandum?
PROPHETRESSL. Montgomery, Alabama, and
SMITH they have one little girl i In a lengthy reply dated,
691-2976 Benetta Altamese, age eight Sept. 21, Mr. Marphy admitted SALESREPRESENTATIVE
months. that "no program had been decertified -
to date,"although
regulations had been orginally

COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE Issued by the Secretary of La-
bor in 1964. He explained that
STEREO RADIO. TAPE RECORDER his memorandum had been Issued -

because efforts were un- NEW and USED OLDSMOBILES
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compliance by the 104 non-

TED FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET complying programs of which
68 are In the construction in-
dustry. He also admitted that
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been sent to the field staff directing
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secure compliance.Not .
satisfied with this reply, And '
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 6, 1967 3


! I Discrimination Found In Miami's Employment Agencies I


A survey of employment his office The ADL noted that designed to ascertain whether The AD L described com. The Ant i-Defa nation League gue survey indicates that, if
agencies in the Greater Miami employment agenciesin they would accept telephonic ments by some of the employ noted that with the passageof all of the employment agencies
area has revealed virtually all Florida are licensed by the Job order expressing prefer ment agencies as "quite revealing the Civil RightsActof1964, willingly accept discriminatory
such agenda willingly accept Secretary of State's office. ence for a stenographer who ." In response to the the Equal Employment Opportunity job specifications there
discriminatory Job orders, According to MrArthur is Protestant and white" request for a secretary who Title VII specifically must be numberous employerswho
according to information released Teitelbaum, ADL's Regional "Protestant and white" one prohibits employment agencies continue to place such orders -
by the Florida Officeof Director in Florida,his office In each case, said Mr. agency representative said:'I from engaging in discriminatory with confidence that they
the Anti.Datamation Leagueof conducted a job placement teitelbaum the private em- know just what you want .. 1 practices. "It is will be serviced."
B'nal B'rith. survey of 38 private employ ployment agency willingly accepted don't blame you;" another shockingly clear," said Mr. The ADL referred to the recent .
The ADL dislcosed that the ment agencies and one officeof the Job order. Only the said, "I can't put it down on Teitelbaum, "that a high per passage by Florida's
details of its inquiry will be the Florida State Employment Miami office of the Florida the application --don't worry, centage private employment Legislature of a law barring
forwarded shortly to Florida's Service, servicing the State Employment Service refused I'll make sure you get Just what agencies in the Miamiareaare discrimination in state employment
Secretary of State, Mr. Tom Miami area,which supply full- to handle the Job order, you want;" another, "there'sno disregarding t this provision ) "It is clear," said
Adams, with the request that time stenographic and secretarial because it involved racial and problem, we can handle that of the law." the League's Regional ; Direc
appropriate action be taken by help. The survey was religious discrimination.San strictly between us." Mr. Teitelbaum pointed to tor, "that additional effort may
In contrast to the willing the ease with which these job may be needed to make the
orders were placed with employment opportunity a reality in
of i vat
ness p r e employment "
Urban league Receives .f PI agencies to accept the discriminatory agencies. The Lea Florida.

I preference, a
representative of the Florida

Ford foundation GrantT. State Employment Service
firmly rejected the job orderon Sht'
that basis, stating, "we in w 1t
Willard Fair, Executive cost housing, to improve the no way discriminate we t t:
Director of our local League, condition ot the existing inven- send people based upon qualifications y
announces the,receipt of a tory, to change policies and only." In addition,
$185,000 grant from the Ford practices that have resulted in noted the ADL office,the State
Foundation. slum and ghetto housing condi- Employment; Service representative -
The grant will be:used to implement otons. pointedly told the t r .
a two-year housing Operation: Equality will also 4 rd"V S', caller, "If you continue tore-
program known as Operation establish a housing information t 4i w < peat the statement((1.e."whiteProtestant"
Equality. and referral service Antionio Airman 3 1 ;( r 3A
) we will have to
Operation Equality,accord which will disseminate informational Tommie L Smith, son of Mrs. refuse to process your or
ing to Fa ir, will attempttemake I ; and educational materials Robert L, Smith Sr. of 1223 der." frir
Miami a place where p to increase the under Ave., I, Haines City, Fla.,has
nun, regardless of his race, standing and improve the attitudes completed basic training at The ADL found that a varietyof
color, or creed will be able to I of the population about Lackland AFB, Tex.Hehasbeen techniques are in use by the
obtain decent housing,housingin the causes and solutions for assigned to the Air Force employment agencies surveyed
accordance with his inter the housing problems in our Technical Training Center at to record the discriminatory
est, need, and ability to pay. areas. Chanute AFB, Ill., for specialized specifications of the job
Fair states, "Negroes in Miami .. schooling as an air order. Typical I of the responses .
pay 12% more rent for,a When Columbus landed on craft maintenance specialist. in this regard was the
rundown flat than the average the island of San Salvador(then Airman Smith is a graduate of agency representative who
Miami! Jackson High School. said, "we mike special notations
Miami family pays for an called Guanahani) in the Bahamas ,
average apartment. Our he found it inhabited by His father, Robert L.Smith Sr. on the applications
neighborhoods keep getting Lucayan Indians. lives at 3115 NW 51st St. strictly on our own notes;"another Charles II. Boone, account initiations for Boone before
------------------- -- said, "we can't Indicate the
more crowded every day. In executive with The Coco-Cola 2,000 people attending annual
our communities we find 40 to 'white Protestant' on the Company, was taken by com pageant.
125 persons per acre as com Afro President Of Whirlwind application form, but we have plete surprise during the pageantry Shown witnessing the eventas
pared to the 30 persons per our own system;" a third rep of the recent Miss Reynolds (right center)adjusts
acre average in Dade County," Tour Of District OfficesI. resentative said she would America of Elkdom ceremonies the collar on Boone,center
We hope that we will be able to verbally transmit the discriminatory in Los Angeles when he are Beauty and talent
demonstrate to the communitythat forces at the Miami specifications to was declared a full-fledged Grand Commissioner P. M.
H. Burney, newly elected agency -
these conditions can and president of the AfroAmerican Orlando -. Ft. Pierce -. West Ihe employment counsellors in, Elk by Grand Exalted Ruler Blair, left, and, right, H. M.
must be changed. Life Insurance Companyof Palm Beach Lakeland- her agency who would I be Hobson Reynolds. Reynolds Broomfield, Exalted 'Ruler,
Operation Equality will establish Jacksonville, wound up the Tampa and St. Petersburg handling the job order; suspended all preliminary Gate City Lodge,Atalanta,Ga.

four field offices in first leg of his tour which will tricts' Burney cited i, his long - - -
areas of NegroandCubancon- take him to every district of and detailed experience on the ...........8..................
centration, staffed by professionals company operations in St. field gave him a knowledge of .
.
who will seek out and Petersburg. and sympathy for the problemsof m FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS .
counsel families interested in
Burney 36-year Veteran the debit agents and district i
moving into better housing,or Afro employee has served in level managementandstaff $ AT MODERATE RATES .
up-grading their housing. The every capacity on the field as and as president he would be CALL
program will provide profes- agent, supervisor, state mm-: sensitive to the needs and S .
sional services and directionto ager and three times district problems of the field forces.He 0 N.NN.. l..l.NN(
voluntary citizen groups stated he was visiting ,
manager has served as secretary
such as Fair Housing and other of the company some every district, to seek confirmation BONDED Y
concerned groups to assist in dozen years. of his recent appoint- . ___
developing more effective ment as president from the
programs to prevent blockbusting He was confirmed as Pre field agency personnel of the \
; forestall: panic selling sident at the August meetingof company. : RENTAL
; improve comm'mityatti. the Board of Directors to Both Burney and J. A. Batts,
tudes and stabilize neighbor- become the fourth head of the vice-president, agency direc-
hoods. It will also work to develop sixty-seven year old company tor stressed the need of con AGENCY
a metropolitan housing, A. W. Price one of the founders tinued training of th e agency
council of leading citizens and I served as president to force and the company policyof \
officials from business, industry 1918 he was succeeded by a cofounder subsidizing agency personnel Ti
the church,labor,government A. L. Lewis who retired in this advanced training
and other concerned I in 1936 and handed the leading to LITCCLUandLoma : PL 9-8733
groups, to evaluate the problems reins to his son James H. degrees.The O
and assign priorities for Lewis who retired this sum Afro-American is the ......................... :
programs in the MiamI Metro- mer as president, retainingthe largest Negro owned businessin -
politan area to expand the inventory chairmanship of the board. Florida and ranks eighth in THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGE-
of low and m-jderate In his meetings withthe the nation.
MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND J

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Whitney Young, Jr
Offices 6530 NW 15th Av.., Miami, Flo. 33147-Phonat 691-0421 Executive Director By Booker T. H. e. \/" -

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor .... ,..".. ,.... The Educational Crisis
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE City Editor
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Private Role In HousingThere

t Motional Advertising R.pr.tntatlva Where Does It End?
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. are signs that sleeping giant Is awakening. I'm talk-

310 Madison Av.no., N.w York,.N. Y. 10017 Ing about the immense power of nongovernmental institutions to The s tal e m a t e between our governor and the classroom
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association billions of dollars of economic to help
use their many power teachers of the State has reached the point where action will be
2400 Avenue III., 60616
S..Michigan Chicago,
and urban ills of America.
the racial
cure (the deciding factor as to how irreparable the over-all damage

SUBSCRIPTION RATES In the past, everyone looked to Washington. Business said will be. Our governor, having turned a deaf ear to the demandsof
ONE YEAR S5.00 SIX.MONTHS S3.00 FOREIGN $6.00
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that putting money Into slums was too risky,religious and nonprofit i the FEA appears to be playing a game we have come to knowas
Ent.r.d at S.cond Clots Mott.r, August 9, 1927 at the Post groups said that such action didn't concern them, and : "chicken.! Those of us familiar with the rules of the game
Office at Miami I, Florida, under th. act of March 8, 1876 local governments said they Just didn't have the cash, although 1 know (he objective Is for'opposing parties to continue on a collision -

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" that didn't prevent them from finding It for other causes. cause until one has either had a change of heart, or the
Th. NEGRO PRESS believes that America can but sad inevitable has happened. The public is being forced to stand
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords So It was up to the federal government.But its response was aside and wittness a battle of wills.

and to aver/legal man rights.regardless Hating of no his rac.//raring cr..d or no color man..the his human Negro inadequate. It ended some forms of legal segregation, but in The general public has been placed in a precarious position.To .

Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men matters like housing it failed to make discrimination illegal reprimand the governor would be comparable to releasinghim
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. 'or to provide an adequate supply low-cost housing. As a result from his campaign pledges, and make future promises by
there are over 7 million dilapidated homes and apartmentsin candidates for office merely election slogans. On the other

America. hand, to side with the governor against the people who must
1r! lfditor'otrbooh The big lesson here is that the federal government can't do make every effort to see that our children are prepared for

the Job alone. Building decent housing for all needs the cooper living in a complex and demanding society would serve as an
ation of private industry, nonprofit groups, and government, endorsement for inferior education. John Q. Public has therefore *
SPADE IF THERE EVER WAS ONE j all working together. In the past month a beginning has been been reluctant to take a stand because of the over-riding

Quite a few people seem to be saying in the wake of the past made in this direction. complications, but it appears that in the end they will make the
city election, that Negro leaders and the Negro people do not America's huge insurance industry announced that it would final decision.
realize the "complicated" problem facing them in politics invest $1 billion, mostly In low and moderate cost housing projects The governors white paper in education seems: to have failed -
here. ; in slum neighborhoods. The government will insure their to win the friends and Influence the people to whom It matters -

It Is said that Negroes are still living in the ghetto, still lack investment, guarding them against losses in what has always the most. Teachers to whom I have spoken have actually
adequate Jobs, still lack adequate schools, still lack political ;been a risky Investment area.Without such government help it laughed uncontrolably when asked for their opinion of the gov-
know how, still can't do oraccompllshanything as a group. would be nearly impossible to get those private dollars into ernor's outline for relief.They cite the long range of the plan-

They say we seem burled in attitude of defeatism,with nothing low-rent housing construction. ning when their demands require action now.They refer to his
In a little more than a year,1,000 moderate income families stall until he has had his at national
r in the form of an outlook but pessimism proposal as a fling poli-
will move into the first of the buildings which will be constructed -
tics. They talk of his unwillingness to.sitdown: at the bargaining -
The situation really isn't that bad.We like to look at Cleve- by the insurance industry. As part ol its share in the table with their represent

land, Memphis, Gary and dream about the possibility of the \pledged billion dollars, the Prudential Insurance Company will acceptable solution. Actions byo

same happening here. Negroes are running for mayor of all |build aco-operativeapartmenthouseon the edge of the Newark acceptable solution.Actions by our governor have made the
those cities, and they're qualified men.Closer home,Negroes |ghetto.
teachers more adamant in their struggle for salaries more
in Jacksonville elected two city councilwomen, and one is un- also
Nonprofit groups are beginning to take part in the re- commensurate with their ability.
opposed in her district under consolidation.We The mass resignations threatened by our teachers have nude
have Negro men and women here Just as capable of gov- Archdiocese of Newark has announced that It will sponsornew the situation more intense.The effect on our public school sys-
erning as anybody currently in office in our county or city set- housing and rehabilitation programs in several northern tem can best be described as crucial. The accreditation of our

up. We are not so disorganized, so poor, so uneducated, that New Jersey cities. schools will be in Jeopardy, and those who will feel the effects
But this is more than bricks and
a mortar
we cannot recognize this spade when we see it. plan. Recognizingthat most are our children. They will be branded as a result of the
( many low-income families need help in many areas and
present crisis. Their credentials will be scrutinized more
Evidence exists that many Negroes are sick and tired of sit- ting idly by while others win office with their vote, and then forget about their needs and desires until the next election. 'help furnish and decorate the new home, and will provide gui- ability to pursue a higher education in the school of their
Evidence has long existed among Negroes and is now growing 'dance in educational,economic, medical,and other needs.Such choice.

among some whites,that no elected official, regardless of latitude 'services are desperately needed. They can help create the Where does the statewide end? My opinion Is that our governor
:. of understanding,can adequately represent the Negro peo- 'sense of community which,the typical barracks-type of low income is still wheeling and dealing. Heusesthe excuse of stick-1

pie project destroys. 1 ing to his campaign promises as the reason for finding no new
Negroes in this county were correctly dismayed at the way The importance of these planned projects is that they show revenues to increase teachers salaries. He has become so involved -
the importance of self government apportioned districts was 'that business, religious, and civic leaders are coming to realize in the nationalRepublicanpicture his leadership as gov-
castrated and maimed by the Charter Commission uon'consol- that they have an important stake in the cities, and that ernor of the people of Florida has become questionable. He
idatlon, I they must do something about the explosive urban conditions
has had a taste of the national limelight and the result Is the
We want district voting when the consolidation referendum which threaten America's future.
equivalent of to
an exposure the effects of radiation with the
comes up again, and the responsibility of selling the merits of After this summer's riots many people called for repressive same disastrous effect I see the governors inactivity in the
the idea to the white public rests squarely and firmly on the 'measures and police action. But the creative people in leader- educational crisis as a pre-concieved plan to face the people
shoulders of those who helped kill the Idea in the first place. 'ship roles understood that the cry from the ghettos cannot be of Florida to inflict upon themselves the new taxation he has
-Tampa Sentinel Bulletin 'answered by guns, but by action to end poverty and poor liv- promised to eliminate.
ing conditions.The By offering no leadership to bring aboutan
end to this dilema he is creating an obstacle for our child-
Catholic housing plans in New for
Jersey, example grew
ren we will be forced to remedy.One .
EOPI LEGAL SERVICES A MUST FOR POOROne out of Archbishop Thomas A. Boland's visit to NEWARK'S El thing is certain, the situation as it now stands must be
and his
area, decision to involve the church in the social and
resolved. Whether the desired result is reached
by our can-
of the most needed and in economic problems of the And
meaningful programs our War poor. enlightened leadership of didate for
the
a spot on national Republican ticket the
On Poverty is the Legal Services branch. Laws have long been the business community has responded with the insurance in- ple of Florida doesn't or peo-
really matter.What does matter is that
available for theprotectlon of people,but those without the durtry's housing commitment, the formation of the Urban the
progress made by education in the State of Florida must
money to hire legal counsel ha suffered greatly.The poverty Coalition of city, business, labor, religious and civil rights be maintained
reg a r die s s Sanctions imposed by the FEA
program now offers free legal services to anyone unable to leaders, and with expanded work with groups like the Urban termed ,
though Ineffectual
pay and more and more people are taking advantage of it. A League to open up job opportunities.So ed black by the governor,have already earn-
a mark for the state on the national scene. The era
poor man gets a real lift when he can have his day in court of
against some unscrupulous landlord or unethical credit man- some first steps have been taken. Seen in the context of revolution is upon us. The effect of collective bargaining
the desperate need for massive in has already been established, and any of workers is en-
ager. We would like to call attention to our weekly column, help jobs and housing, these group
first steps seem feeble. But first titled to pool their assets in a united effort. The fact that they
EOPI Legal Services, on page 5 so excellently done by center may so are a baby's steps, ]
attorney Gwen Cherry.To yet babies later walk and run. are teachers make the proposal no less acceptable In fact, the
If action is followed by that of other private groups, and If ]importance of their jobs gives them an edge in any bargaining
emphasize our point, read the following excerpt from the government at all levels responds with similar action,we may !session that might occur.Phil.
annual report of the American Civil Liberties Union. yet see the end of ghetto conditions. Those are big "if s" but .
I have confidence that the people with the power and the money
Unless men and women who are the victims of our nation's to change things are aware of their responsibilities.
most serious domestic problems, poverty, racial discrimination OssoferGossipers
and urban decay, enjoy respect from the instrumentalities

of law enforcement, and the same access to the system of jus- PUN PHUN are strongly de- struggles to overcome in a
tice that is available to those of us who can and do employ attorneys ,nounced In the Bible. "The negative way.

solutions to these problems by democratic means will October 8 14 is Fire PreControl the emotional fires words of a talebearer are as
not result. It is not enough that laws are available to protectthe vention Week, so play it cool within you. Give up carrying wounds, and they go down into Behind It all Is the ego, which
right of dissent; democracy will not function unless means By popular request (from both torch for that old f 1 a m e of 1 the innermost parts of the is not bad when ducted pro-
of communication which will enable dissenters to be heard are i of my readersl!), I am repeat- yo urs. Turn to God and His 'haps outwardly it would appear **% Whenever
available to all whose advocacy will attract an audience sufficient Ing my column of October 3, teachings. Love thy neighbor (that the wound is being inflict- to ? over' the personed -
to require such means. It is not enough that laws are 1959, on this burning subject Instead of roasting him rnd I only upon the object of the J"** It reeds self-exalU-
available to vindicate the right to fair treatment by the policefor There are two kinds of fire: raking him over the calls. It I gossiper, but inwardly, I be"f? at the cost of abasing
those who can carry their cause to a higher court; protection The material the spiritual is time; for man to put out the lieve he Inflicts a greater Jesus knowing the
against abuse must be available at the point where the I hope my match-less friends fires of hate prejudice wound upon himself weaknesses f mankind< ad-
abuse occurs.It is not enough that laws are available to do jus- will forgive my description of which rage within! his heart The poison is within his monished the people to be

tice between landlord and tenant,creditor and debtor, employ-i this serious topic in humor- Only when this Is overcome :mind and body, so, in the eyes humble "But he that is greatof -
er and employee (or Job applicant), welfare administrator and ous vein. will we witness that long an intelligent listener, the est among you shall be your
client; access to the courts and enforcement agencies must be s In the kitchen, keep your awaited Kingdom of Heaven on i gossiper is really degrading I servant. And whosoever shall
equally and expeditiously available to those needing the law's fires within range. cooking earth Furthermore, we will :himself instead of the victim exalt himself shall be abased;
protection, or discrimination and abuse will persist despitethe range, that is. Check all elec- be Insuring ourselves against 'of his venom and he that shall abase himself
law's remedies. trie cords. If they're fraythe e eternal fires of hell, the It appears to me that the shall be ex a It e d.' Matt: 23:

ed, you needn't be 'rrald, fate of those who hate. purpose of the gossiper, sub- 11-12)|

HAPPY NEW YEAR either. Don't smoke in bed. It Truly, faithfulness toGod Is consciously at least, is to build In self-exaltation, we make
might be an unlucky strike for the best fire insurance. Since himself up at the expense of gods of ourselves causing us
Happy NSW Year to all our Jewish friend.As the sun set on i you. Renumber; Just because fire is both friend and foe, let
Wednesday, the Jewish New Year 5728 began. Rosh Hashanahis i your cigarette is toasted us remember this; Fire is adoesn't sis, he is accomplishing just on the other hand,when we be-
the season for forgiveness from man to man and persons of t mean you have to be benison Or a hangman's noose; the opposite, save in his own come humble and speak lov-
the Jewish faith will start a 10-day period of serious thought: toasted, too. Don'tletacig- can fry your venison, Or mind. His actions indicate a ingly Of our fellow beings, we
about responsibilities to God. arette make an ash out of you. cook your !goose! feeling of inferiority which he are spiritually exalted.


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OFFICE Oh KONOMICOPPORTUNITY Our Readers Speak Out

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2 BEDROOM APARTMENT IN 25 DAYS FOR $6,000A Center Attorney hrl 11'2 AY

new "building block" method of construction may be the ... J"J-
answer to providing standard apartments for low Income families How To Change A Part .
quicker and at lower cost. To prove it, a non-profit groupin
Michigan City, Ind., will construct a 12-unitcomplex of two- Letters to the EditorDear

bedroom apartments using a new technique of stacking pre- Of A Will
fabricated components Sir
In 25 days' total construction time the apartments will be When you make your will and later want to change some partof
ready for occupancy and at a rent of$75 a month, about 25 per- it, you may do so by making, what the law calls, a Codicil. Just a small token of my appreciation; your continuous thought-
cent below normal rents in the area. This avoids your having to re-write the whole will. This changeor fullness in making available The Miami Times to such a

The new apartments will be built loan, urban renewal area codicil must be executed and witnessed in the same way as remote area as Vietnam.

of Michigan City by Housing Research, Inc.,local non-profit the original will.
corporation. Development and construction of the demonstration A good definition of a codicil would be "a sentence or sen- While I must confess, due to the nature of my Job, it becomes

grant !ran the U,S.Department of Housing and Urban De- tences added to a will after its execution." The reason for almost impossible to follow each addition of The Times but a
velopment.Not codicil is to change, alter, enlarge or restrict the provisionsof note excellence must be pinned to your many awards for the

counting the cost of the land or site development, build- the will or to explain or confirm it. stunning growth of your paper over the past five years away
ing costs for the demonstration will run only about $6,000 per Let us say tor example you made will having left every- from Miami proper.I .

unit, as compared to a usual cost of about $8,000 per unit for thing to your children.Months later you think over the will and
apartments built with conventional means., decide to add the following codicil Whereat I am of the opin- find it highly amusing when returning to Da Nang, the many
ion that the income from my estate should be paid to each child members of this organization'who thoroughly read and admire

HOW ABOUT A NEGRO ON LOCAL TELEVISION annually and equally. The amount paid should be sufficient for a paper that heralds the Negro neighborhood of Miami, Dade,
their support and maintenance over a period of years But the factually and unbiased. It makes my tour from coast to coast
Television is growing into a huge industry here in Greater This, I feel would be harmful and not in their best interest." within Vietnam worthwhile for the goal is the same.
Miami and it's about time we think about getting some Negroesinto
This modification by the codicil would be accepted by the
the field. There hundreds of Jobs as technicians in the
are court. The court would probably view the will and the codicil Again, accept my appreciation continue the outstanding
but what would the image of the Negro
industry, really improve
as one instrument. Here, you gave a later clear plan and direction portage.
in our community is an intelligent well-spoken personality in the codicil as to how the income was to be distributed -
commentator such. I this at this time because 1
a or bring up
among the children. Therefore, these directions would be Most Sincerely
happen to know that China Valles has made an audition on
carried out by the Court. David Lawson
Channel 7. Those of who know China personally or
WCKT
you Many people do not realize that they do not have to write in
have heard him on radio should realize this is the most logical; Dear Sir:
order to make a will We talked about signatures and signingof
man to fit the bill.Let's hope that the audition came out OK and I
the will but I have been in must
may misleading stating you Often I find it amusing to read articles written by
that Sidney Ansin will give him shot at the job. newspaper
sign your will. Let us examine what the courts will accept as
editors, readers, columnists,and citizens criticizing teachersand
a signature on a will. educators,and even more so since the development of the
PLENTY HOUSING HERE IN WHITE AREASOne Courts have been liberal in recognizing wills as valid when present education crisis in Florida.As .
of the best moves made by the Urban league in many the maker fails to comply strictly with the law. The will of a

years is the setting up of housing offices throughout the city New York woman was prepared for the execution when she was a physical education teacher of the Dade County Public

to assist members of minority groups in locating decent hous- too ill to undertake the physical task of::.signing her name. She School System, I find it necessary to come to the defense of our
ing they can afford. If you read the real estate sections in the asked her husband to sign her name,which he did in her pres- physical education teachers who were included in Dade Board

dallies or check the list of repossessions in the VA and FHA, ence. The will was accepted by the New York Court. "While me'm b e r, Mr. Jack Gordon's recent proposals to change
offices it would hardly seem that there is a valid shortage the provisions of the law i seem to complate that the will must present policies and place more educators in the classroom.
housing here. No doubt we must have Just been looking for be "subscribed" at the end thereof by the maker, the common

housing only in Negro areas. These housing offices will do a law rule that performance of a physical act may be delegatedto Mr. Gordon's investment proposals, as he terms it, centers
great service in locating these vacant units and helping relocate another is impliedly recognized." This means that you may around developing a pre-kindergarten program for fouryearolds -
persons currently living in substandard shelter. ask another to sign your willunder certain conditions and the public school education and the need for concentrating

will will be considered as valid as 11 you, yourself had signed.In educational investment h Negro and other poverty areas where
PEOPLEDade sam cases a signature appears and beside or next to the education is minimal essential
WELFARE COMING CLOSER TO are the foundation of a good
,name is an X. This X maybe mark. For example, if your
your
City education which all and for
has opened a new welfare office in Liberty system we hope pray throughout
County
wel-, name is Mary Hope and you cannot write,then in order to sign America, and
the surface might indicate a growing especially Dade County and Florida.
that on ,
a move your will, another person may sign your name, !, e. "Mary
true.A .
fare bureaucracy, Just the opposite is Hope X (her mark)" You make: the X and the X is explained
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approach to welfare has Metro tryingto SOlvE( But, there is one segment of Mr. Gordon's speech that really
refreshing :. In the parenthesis as your mark. Where the marker puts his
out relief checks. The program burned my back,as he almost presented an unintentional wrongas
problems, instead of Just passing her mark(X) to the will in the presence of the requirednum'
is for Kirk has done in ofa
effective that Dade's welfare budget beinj! our Governor attacking Importance
has been so
witnesses this is sufficient with ofFlorida'
>er of the meaning
education teacher's skills and in edu-
cut by a third of a million dollars. Decentralizing welfare ser physical proficiency
of the Case workers will be closer to th, law. cation. Mr. Gordon dressed his attack on physical education
is plan.
vices part
to help and closer to the social an I After you have completed making out your will,signing and teachers by stating "there is a vast difference in the impor-
people they are trying have the witnesses sign it then face the problem of what
you
with master's and
that have kept some families on relief foi tance of a teacher a degree in mathematics
economic problems to do with the will. The original will should be left with your "
with master's in education the
generations.Good one a degree physical ; yet,
work by Metro's Welfare Department proves the cycL 8 lawyer or placed in a safe deposit box with your other valu- Classroom Teachers Association wants each teacher to be paid
able papers. If you do not have a lawyer or a safety deposit the
same.
of can be broken.Confronting .
despair box, then I suggest a safe place at home, perhaps locked in a
small: file box kept for this purpose. You might give a copy
Am I to feel that Mr. Gordon's Judgement about the physical
Families Today"Conference to the executor named in your will or someone you can trustto education teachers importance and skills is the same as our
I offer it for probate after your death.Some states have provisions dear Governor's Judgement which indicates that Physical Edu-
of the will with the court to death.
for deposit prior
cation Teachers are not teaching teachers, therefore, they do
on "ProblemsFamily That is not true however in the State of Florida. not erred.deserve pay raises?Let's be realistic. Excuse me if I have


Service is planning eral Savings, and Loan Asso-

Its one-day annual conferencefor ciation of Miami, Mrs. Mal- LETSTALK I've said before and I proudly say again, mathematics teachersand
Oct. 17. At 10:00 colm McNaughton, Family, ,
Tuesday, D. science teachers are Important;:> to my child's education.
a.m..the meeting will be heldat Service v 1 c e.president, will L)2 Health, leadership, skill development, physical fitness,and

Biscayne Terrace Hotel preside. character are also important to my child's education. I realize

Starlight Roof,and at 8:15 p.m. "The Family: Challengesand POLITICS 9: that math and science teachers will be credited for the edu-
at Senior Center, 1407 NW 7th Changes," willbe the sub cating of our future men landing on the moon also scientistsand

St.The ject for the evening session. BY NORMAN E. JONES, technicians will be responsible for their achievements.But .
subject for discussion Dr. Naomi 1. Rae-Grant, associate we will still have boys and girls, men and women left be-
during the morning is,Prob-- professor in Child Analysis Of 1967 Tampa hind on earth as citizens, lawyers. bankers, doctors, nurses,
lem:; Confronting Familiestoday. Psychiatry, University of laborers, porters, etc. These people with all types of health,
." Mrs. Maxine E. Baker Maryland School of Medicinewill character, leadership abilities,and skills will make up our so-
Florida State Representative, be the speaker, and Mayoralty"The ciety. Their traits are developed via Instruction from a physi-

will be moderator, and the Family Service treasurer, Nuccio Dynasty is dead-long live the Greco Dynasty"This cal education teacher as well as other teachers who are not
participants will be DonShoe- Nolan Johnson will preside.The version of an old quote heralding the continuity of inherited necessarily math and science teachers.Will all boys and girls

maker, Miami Herald editor; rights of kings can well sum up the defeat of Vet e ran become chemists, physicists, scientists engineers, and
Dr. Lynn P. Carmichael, As- Family Life Conference Politico Nick Nuucio two term mayor of Tampa and for 40 mathematicians? I, who am neither Republican nor mathematics -
sistant Dean, University of helps Family Service to inter- teacher would like to hubba "
years an elected official, by youthful Dickie Greco. register vigorous !
Miami School of Medicine; Dr. pret the total program of ser- Sumbolic of Nurio's defeat is that in all of his forty yearsof for all physical education teachers.
Rabbi of Temple vices of the agency so that they
Irvin Lehman,
successful political campaigning, this marks his third loss
will be known widely and used
Emanuel; Dr. Arnold W. all of his defeats occurred in his quest for the mayoralty of Sincerely yours,
Associate professor by any and all people in Dade
Cheyney, Tamoa, in baseball, three strikes are out, politics this ruleis Freddie F. Pittman
want
University of Miami School of County who need and
equally applicable.
Education; Robert W. Benner, them. It deals with problems The Wily Nick was defeated in his first bid for the mayoraltyin
Vice-President, First Fed- -affecting family life today. 1955 by incumbent Mayor Hixon seeking his fourth term.

Mayor Hixon died a few months after election and Nuccio beat
councilman Young for his first term as Mayor in a special
Register Now For Nov. 21 election.In .

I 1959 political Novice running for his first elective office

City ElectionsThe Julian Lane knocked Nuccio out of city hall and Nick sought Join Our Reporting Staff.
refuge back in the county court house where he had served as
Metropolitan Dade to enable eligible persons to county commissioner for time immemorial.In J)) :i Let us know what your Club

County electiondivision'svoter register for the Nov. 7 county 1963 Nick again sought the Mayor's seat as a decided un- or Organization is Doing.
registration main office at charter amendment and school derdog and the wily politically wise veteran, and early under-

1351 NW 12th St., will be open millage election. dog, pulled out all stops and due to the clumsy bumbling inept ('ci WE WELCOME NEWS..
from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m for New City of Miami and Hialeah complacent campaigning by Mayor Lane's"Brain trust,"Nick ,

two Saturdays, Sept. 30and residents, registering tovote again captured city hall. Reminiscent of the most capture ol; lip * .
Oct. 7. will be allowed to cast the city hall during the annual invasion of Jose Gaspari aHJ

According to elections ballots in their city elections. his pirates marking the beginning of ,Gasparilla week.In "PERSONTOPERSON"That's

supervisor, Martin Brater- The City of Miami holds its the Just finished campaign of 1967,youthful Dickie Greco ),, Us! -You'and Your

man, the office will be open on primary elections on Nov. 21, political heir ofhis uncle Jim my Greco who served many yearson LOCAL Newspaper
those dates as a convenience with the run-off on Nov. 28. the school board,has revived the"Greco political dynasty."

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Euphrates Abbitt was hostess for a bridal shower for Bride- 1 U'I

to-be Hesterine Pittman on Friday evening at her home. BY PRISCILLA REDDING

Mr. Wilfred Coakley, retiree of the Bahamas police Force '-

was a recent visitor to our city. Mr. Coakley was the house

pest of Mr. and Mrs Birbb Wallace. Troop 857 wish to thank each and everyone who took part in

June Tew is recuperating home after surgery at Christian their recruiting party, which was a success.

Hospital. There will be a Beach Party sponsored by troop 208, being!;
Earle and Gayle Symonette are enrolled at Langston University supervised by Mrs. Miller (Barbara), October 8th, from 10

(Oklahoma). Earle has just completed a stay in the Air to 4 p.m atCrandonPark. If you want to have your food furnished

Force, and is now completing his college work. I the cost will be 50C". Transportation only is 50(. If you
The Greater Miami Urban League Guild has issued invita- wish to have both the fee is $1.00. So please put this event on
tions for a "Harvest Time Twilight Show Case at the Beautiful 4d your schedule to attend

Everglades Hotel. Sunday October 15, 7:00: to 10:00 p.m. Miss priscilla Redding wish to thank one and all for a very

W* sarr Friends of Julita pompey are sending get 1r v r $Jdill. pleasant "Sweet Sixteen Surprised Birthday Party," heldSept.
I well wishes to her as she recuperates at the 30, at the home of her parents. Special thanks to the Uniquesfor

home other mother, Mrs. Marie Wareham, their fine performance. I assure you it was a wonderful
6859 NW 17th Avenue surprise.

! M YOU. CAN FILL A NEED IN THE COMMUNITY r The No. One Choir of Second Baptist 11111 Pinkston Drive,
BE A VOLUNTEER III S Richmond Heights will begin it's second anniversary program

HELP WANTED! Children's Services .n Friday, October 6at8:00p.m. With Rev. E. K. Rogers, pastorof
Remedial. Tutoring !Scout: Leaders:, Dlav. Mt. Olive Baptist South Miami preaching. The
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REV. GRAHAM ground Aides Big Brothers. Teacher Aides e I / v lir .. AY. Is + conclude Sunday, at 3:00 p.m with a Musical Program,

for retarded, disturbed and disadvantaged. Hospitals: Recep- featuring choirs and musical groups of the city. Will you please

tionists in admitting and emergency sections, Nurses Aides, come out and help us make this program a great success.

Escort Service, and etc. Arts and Skills: Conduct homemakIng If you live in the Richmond Heights area and have any news

classes, Library Aides, Teach ceramics, woodworking, you wish to have publlcated contact, Miss Priscilla Redding,
metal work, sewing, knitting or collect material needed for at 235-4465. '

any art work. Older Adults: Teach Spanish class, help plan

recreational entertainment, Friendly Visitors; Nursing

Homes: Help with grooming, feed patients, visit the lonely;
provide small gifts and toiletry articles.Write letters and read New State Lows

for helpless and blind. Business Skills:Typing-clerical work, I

record keeping, address envelopes by hand, stuff envelopes,

answer telephones. Now In EffectThe


HOW YOU CAN BECOME A VOLUNTEER: Call Volunteer ZETA AMICAE OF MIAMI BEGINS NEW YEAR

Services (371-1324)), Monday through Friday, 9:00a.m.to 5:00 Transfer of Gavel:From 'left to right-Ruth N. Polite, 1967 Florida Legisla- Drug Control. Common pare-
ture series of laws goric will no longer be sold to
passed a
p.m. Arrange for a convenient time to visit the office at, 395 organlzer-sponsor; Mrs. Luvenia Knox, president; Mrs.
NW First Street, Miami. Dorothy Baker, out-going president; Mrs. Lenora B. last spring and summer, which. minors without a prescription.

Groups may also volunteer by calling 371-1324. Many groups' Smith, president of the local chapter of.Zeta Phi Beta became effective October 1. Pornography. It's a felonynow
them to sell distribute ob-
Among are: or
projects are available. Sorority, Inc.
Right-on-Red. Unless a sign scene material to persons underage -
In Bottom the
photo presentation of
a "Friendship
can't turns 18.Survivor's.
say you right on
Volunteers are needed for our United Fund Drive. Sign up Plaque" to out-going president for services rendered: red lights are now legal Insurance. The

todayl! Call 691-5978. October 29, is United Fund Sunday.Did From left_ to right, Mrs Dorothy Baker, Ruth N. Polite, throughout Florida. Stop and state will now pay $10,000 to
you know that the Fraternal Order of
sponsor. yield before you turn. the beneficiary of any state law
Transit Employes which
, represents a
Auto Insurance. The State officer or fireman who dies in
majority of the Metro bus drivers, has sub-
r Insurance Commission the line of
LCCC Welfare MothersTo surrenders duty.
,mitted the names of Rev.Edward T.Graham
its rate
,and Lester C. Albert, funeral director for making pow-
ers to the insurance Sex Offenders. Jurisdictionin
companies *
appointment to one of both of the vacancieson
.
The RescueRosa themselves. I handling sex of fenders from
the Metro Transit Authority?
1. War on crime. GOY Claude the State Division of Mental
We Were
There It was heartwarming J
r Kirk's Health to the Division of
War on crime becomes Cor-
to see so many of you present at the Silver Washington mother often fought for the removal of the
official with the establishmentthe rections. The law also creates
Torch A wards Luncheon, Grand Ballroom, Hotel Fontaine- children was suddenly faced tenants.
bleau, Sept. 27. The program was excellent. Miss Molly without having shelter for Mrs. Washington, the last to Florida Bureau i lof Law research for and treatment program
offenders.
Turner, the Emcee, set the pace for what was to follow. Guest her family.. Since January of hold out,was ordered to vacate Enforcement.

speaker, William S. Rubin President of Jordan Marsh, Miami. this year, Mrs. Washingtonand the premises by September 28,
Highlights of the program were: Awards Presentation by Mrs. her neighbor living in the but rainy weather gave her an

James I. Keller, Jr.; Mrs. Christopher Tyson was the 1966 eight unit Miner Apartments at extension. As the rain closed, WOOLWORTH'SsaliS

Silver Torch Winner;and Great Looks of Fashion 1967," pre- 1341 NW 61st Street tried in she became tense waiting for
sented by Jordan Marsh with Mrs. Eleanor Morros Fashion- vain to get basic repairs and the placing of her furniture and

Coordinator-Commentator. Ruth North Polite and I represented rat extermination intheir family out on the street.

The Miami Times at the Press table. Our thanks to Mr. apartments. Finally the rental However, a group of newly

Chester A. Callero, Staff Representative, United Fund of Dade agent brought court action and organized Welfare mothers
County. accompanied her to the Miami)

Housing Authority and with the

After Cyrus M. Jollivette II completed 10 weeks of study, at assistant director of the Lib- ,

Post College in Greenvale N. Y. he took a breath and jetted URBAN LEAGUE TO erty City Community Council, /I/

home for a visit witi his family,the James R. Chambers.Get Bertha 11. Cochransecured
well wishes to:George Sands at Veterans' Hospital; Mrs. GIVE GALA AFFAIRThe housing for the Washington T.

Patsy Evans at Jackson; Josephine Rowe William at home; family.
Greater Miami Urban
Thelina McDonald at horn?.
League Guild is beginning its s

program datelines: October.-October 2. ChUd Health Day year of festivities and projectswith < i

October 2-8, National Letter Writing Week. I October 5-6-, a fascinating cocktail ZETHEL SURRENCYMISS

Rosh Hasliannah New Year. October 8 14, Fire Prevention dancette "Harvest Time Twilight DECATHLONZethel

Week. October 12, Columbus Day. October 14, Yom Kippur, Show Case" on Sunday,
Day of Atonement. October 19, 20, 26, and 27, Succoth, Feastof October 15 from 7 to 11 P.m crowned Surrency Miss Decathlon will be

Tabernacles(first two and last two days). October 24, United at the Everglades Hotel-Bis-
1967-68, Sunday, October 22,.
Boulevard at Third St.
Nations Day. October 29, November 4, National Children's cayne
at Bayfront Park Gulfstream
Book Week. October 31, Birthday of Juliette Low (Girl Scout Ruth N. Polite, chairmanand room 7-11 p.m.

Founder's Day); Hallowe'en. Sarah Pullom, cochairman Miss Surrency is a popular

have planned a tun-packed barmaid at the 54th St. lounge
Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of'The Incarnation
affair. Leroy Washington, She was sponsored by club
presents its Annual All States Tea on Sunday, October 15, at
producer will present a star- member Edward Rhodes. Her
4 p.m police Benevolent Hall 4343 NW 17th Avenue. A gala
studded show of stage, radio prize trip to San Juan Puerto
fashion show by Patricia's, Inc., "A Look at The Chic, The and television artists. Rico.
Smart and The Conservative." The public is invited. 1
Second place winner is Mtss
Donations of $3.00 per per- 1
I Este 11 l a Brown. She will receive 1
Among those who made the sad journey to Miami for the fun- son may be given to any Guild
a tour to Nassau Baharms -
,
eral of Mr. John McConnell on Monday at Mt. Tabor Baptist m mber. For free reserva
: Finishing third Is Missh
Church were Mrs. Addle L. McConnell, step-mother, Rice- tions call President Ann
Rosa Lee Darby. Her rewardis
brough, Ga. and Earnestine Willis,Atlanta From Jacksonville sey Packard, 691-4764 RutN
a night club tour of Miami
were Mr.and Mrs. T. J. McIntosh, Mr and Mrs. Levi Mc- Polite, 6210369. Beach.
Intosh George and Robert and Smith. Here
McIntosh Mary
Choose from thrvv t'l'/II
jtojtulnr
from Titusville were Mrs. McConnell's mother, Mrs. Dorcas

Bell, Amos Bell, Jr., Mr.and Mrs. Ormond Portlock, Mr. and ..9'd 1tr Coftlt tcr 2YrKaqSmi rovR HOSTS

Mrs. Dan Frazier, Mr, and Mrs. Gene Redding Mrs Mary MACS JO SEAMLESS NYlONS
Lee Harvey, Christine Campbell Emma Lee Pratt Lois Port- i

lock and Sandra, Sharon, Darlene and Renee Davis.
WEDDINGS \
1 "' It Ifl"
IANOUETS "fl. Ir.
Mrs. Rose Wells, of 1942 NW 65th Street, won a dinner for CONVENTIONS Sheer tloini-toe mesh,heel- -
Hoi-eoio
two at the Columbus Hotel as a door prize when she attended No D OIUVUS >iml-tnc ink'ronu'sli or teenager

the United Fund's Silver Torch Award Luncheon at the Fon- XMA AND flAN$CANA'iS IOWLINU NOW_ clcini-toc nlesh. Rose- 3 9

tainebleau Hotel last Wednesday, Sept. 27. Mr.and Mrs. Wells AND IUFFIT HCNIC A lone, suntone sinnkctonc
celebrate their 30th wed- /Av $ ta
used the door prize Saturday night 754-4615 or cinnamon. SiVes 9-11 ttr.

ding the anniversary.residential division Mrs. Wells who is works a United in the Fund Little team River-Bay memberin :":: 10...C..NW,,",",,,',S".Ic..IT. ..........._\N........... YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATv.rOOLVlORTH'S

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Liberty City Poverty Program

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To Hold Public HearingAfter

two months of deliberations Involvement of residents of.the
of the Liberty City area in the program l .Dr.
Neighborhood C enter will be Franklin H. Williams: president -
the site of a publiC hearing of the EOF Board of Directors
e read the letter containing -
sometime in October BernardN. ,
Dyer, director of the Lib- the request at the last
Council board meeting. Heated conversations
erty City Community
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWE : T/NG/
and conflowed.
requested the hearing under a pro
LINE-0-TYPE federal statue which sanctions Finally the board voted'to
such a meeting. comply with the federal statue
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Metro Transit Authority has just The reason Dyer gave for and began planning for the
added 20 additional clinute-controlled 51-passenger units his request was to Insure more hearing.

(valued.at $704,257)_to ,Its air-conditioned fleet.'This brings
M TA's total to 197 of this variety. They all- d Duke Ellington To Be ProfiledOn H i
ready had 150 of this vintage purchased f

since MFA began operations in 1962 .
Benjamin (Crip) Dennis transferred upstairs Bell Telephone. Hour Special
from National Air Lines custodial -
staff to its skycap fraternity Beddedin A behind-the-scenes por- as he traveled through the r4
Veterans Administration Hospital: trait of Duke Ellington will be midwest in a series of one-

George Sands, Aaron Bethel, Sr Joyce presented on the second of the night stands, worked on a new
Johnson to Heavenly Harlem for two weeks new Bell Telephone Hour composition and, on occasion,
vacation. series of musical specials, reminisced about his family
Friday, October 13. It will be and his early days as a music

NOTES ON A. NAPKIN: I'd like to see at least one ot our broadcast In color over NBC-'
ian.The
able attorneys sitting on the municipal court judge's bench.I TV 00 1100 ptn, et). presentation also will PRINCESS CARLOTTA ClYDE KILLEHS"Tht
don't think our former two (Attys L. E. Thomas-Johnny show Ellington receiving hon-
Johnson) did so badly as Jurists in the Miami courts. And Atty The program, .'On the Road orary doctor of music degrees Dallas of Celt Rosette Clan"HURRICANE
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Jam s Matthews certainly had his "day In court" as JuristIn with Duke I Ellington, will from Yale and Morgan State '
surburban Opa-locka ', What has happened to long-time present an informal,study ot College and as speaks of his Pipe 'e14l4 BOYS
Cafe Society night club entertainer.emcee Jimmy (Salt Pork) the 68.yeah old 1 composer. friendship and professional Present Their
Reeves ? ? ?Sign on church marquee:Service is Love in Work conductor performer In re collaboration with the late Sth ANNUALMASQUERADE
Clothes. hearsal and performances, at Billy Strayhorn, who died dur-
a recording session and during ing the making of this special.It BALL ,
SALT WATER TAFFY: Did I tell you that Jo-Jo Jones was rare moments of relaxation will Include segments froma and SHOW
down from Harlem ? ? ? Academy award winner Sidney : sacred concert and a perfor-
Produced by
Instruments on the Mariner
Poitier's first director's role could be Robert Alan Arthur's mance of one of his best-known ROSETTE
11 craft showed tem DALLAS CETTE
"Carry Me Back to MwnlngsldeHeights"( ."< Mr James Club space pieces, "Traffic Jam." Also
shuttered for several semesters, reopened last Wednesday perature on the surface, of heard on the program will be HalloweenNightTuesday
late-time. Hesterlne Pittnun and Jimmy Ford finally decided Venus at,approximately 800 excerpts from such Ellington October 31 I. 1967
on October 29 as their altar-trek date Arthur Coleman degrees Farenheit. standards as "Mood Indigo' 9 P.M. Until?
flashing pearly-white teeth in a flashing '66 Caddy. "Sophisticated Lady," "Satin
M-DJC Music Doll' and others. Sin $*&. Zae Teat

THE WEEK'S WASH: Florida A & Ms Rattler Inc (club of "On the Road with Duke ADVANCE $2.00 AT DOOR 2.50:
letter guys and gals) Is fast-ready its annual bus hops to Dept. Plans Drew Associates with Mike
the "Hill" for the FAMU-Southern football tilt. Ducats are now Jackson as producer. TlcUu on oU at C.tt., Roi.tt., 6131 NW 7th Ar..
on sale at North's Travel Bureau for November 10 and 11 .- and the Sir John Hotel.!
Pop Concerts .
,
the days of departure. The big game is October 12. Got rr.
your'n ? ? ? Harlem Gardens now Stork Club ?'? ? Police ser
geant Lury F., Bowen continues to be the smiling and courteous First performances of the
three-striper be's allways been; assisting a disabled and season for musical groups at
grounded newsman: to emergency for his crippled chariot last Miami Dade Junior College "What is it

Friday. North wUl be two Pops Con. .. ., ,). .4'... ,
certs, Thursday, Oct. 12, and /, r ''/'' '.ft.*'IIf; .,," that husbands dishes j
.THE GUTTER GAZETTE:Louie(Satchmo)Armstrong to oc. Thursday, Oct. 19. ,11III"! I.,.,,\, r/ ,
copy Marine Stadium's floating stage when he and his five-man Both will be at 1 p.m in the '.r clothes and kids
band play there November 13 ..Charles C. North back from patio of McArthur Hallof "
Canada's Expo '67, New York City and Washington, D. C., Science and Technology. all have in common?
where he peddled his public relations know-how for North's
Taking part I n the Oct. 12
Travel Bureau and the Inter-american Travel Agents Society
performance: will be the Col-
(ITAS) .. .Plalnclothesman McKay chauffeuring a lege Orchestra directed by
Kwik Chek cab last Sunday ayem, while his fraulein floods the
Robert Basso and the stage
wire vehicle with household goodies which almost covered I
band directed by John Alex
their baby tot riding within. ander.

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STUFF AND SUCH: Congrats to our daughter Gayle Denise Besides highlights from "'1'
Sweeting, North Dade Junior High 8th grader, who became a "Hello Dolly" and "Sound of
teenager (what! allready Thursday (Oct. 5) 'Tho it was: Music," the orchestra will '
somewhat tardy in arriving at our desk, we'd still like to acknowledge play Paul McCartney's
that hermoso tarjeta postal penned to us from New, "Beatle Suite," a selection ,
York City by Opa-locka Colleen Pinder, who, with her family, arranged by M-D 1C Student
vacation-visited with her sister Arthurine Saunders in the Big; Peter Graves, a member of the !
Burg .Ofay comic Charlie Carlisle a very funny, funny man. orchestra and band. The Suite "'
Includes "Yesterday, '

SWEETS TREATS: Cab Calloway's beautiful and talented I Michelle" "Norwegian .,4 ,
daughter Chris, completing her junket at Miami Beach's Diplomat Wood." sh J

leaves the John Lucien Quartet's cast to start rehearsalsfor 1, Tony Serrao will be vocal ;.: > ,.
the all-Negro presentation of "Hello Dolly" starring her soloist for two of the Stage :
dad and the hilarious Pearl Bailey. The Collegians Club Band numbers, also arrangedI .J./ ": i: :{' "

began its '67-68 operation last Wednesday night with its initial I I by Peter Graves. _" 'i1o'1: ,;.;,,
meeting at Collegian and Mrs. Robert (Arthurine) Strapp'i;| The Concert Band directed 4'i. i:} ;;: ;
Brownsville home Collegian Charles Ingraham Inherited thclub's e!
by John Martin and the College
until election from Clarence Da-,
prexy post ( ) Collegian Choir directed by Robert Ben-
valt who retired to Jacksonville. son will share the spotlight for That's right. They get dirty And when they do there's just no point in tryingto
the Oct. 19 concert. get them properly clean in luke-warm water. (Or cold I)
MIAMI MUSINGS: Whispers-In-the-dark: At Soul's Place; Ever try luke-warm water? It won't do the job. And half.clean is no fun
Say, Honey, is that your wife sitting over there with my husband -! Band numbers range from whether husband dishes clothes, dogs or kids.
? ? ? At Club Continental: They aren't eyelashes Baby, Barnum and Bailey's Favorite
: and The Pajama Gam toAm. And the problem-solver is a "quickrecovery"FLAMELESS
they're crows' feet. At Miry Elizabeth Lounge: We reefer
smokers would rather go to jail than snitch. That's il t t parito Roca, a Spanish m;rch. ELECTRIC WATER HEATER. The key word is electric.
brother, from your one* -newspaper, who knows every The choir i will feature folk Today's electric water heater is a technical achievement from the industry
body and everybody's racket, but who wants to share with the i music from the United States, that's determined to make your life a lot more livable.
Little Woman in thanking Dr. Robert Mayer, attending pediatrician Germany,. Russia, Yugoslavia
and Israel. Listen to these new FLAMELESS ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS:
and a courteous, efficient staff of Opa-locka General]I
Hospital staffers for their week-long services and care of oui. Music chairman BASSO said Whisper.quiet. Silent. Look for them : tough to find because they tuck
six-year-old son Ivern Kennedy Sweeting. that the concerts are open to into closets. under sinks, inside cabinets In secret alcoves
the public without charge.Jack's 1. you name it. Worry about them: why bother ? They're worry-free
No flames. No chimneys. No flues No mess No ventilation problems
The result is precious peace of mind.

I CENTER VILLA So when you're in the market for lots of hot water fast your electric
MEN'S
! WEAR KINDERGARTEN appliance dealer plumbing or electrical contractor is ready to help.

I SEE "MR. JACK" 5861 NW 17th AVENUE Stop by ndw and see what he has. Could save you lots of problems money too.

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Emma Bowen, and Ben's mother, Mrs Lillian Austin, are 72 hours before delivery. Maybe this will stop some hothead
very proud of their children. They will reside in Miami, fol- from walking in, buying; a gun and killing someone while he is

lowing a short honeymoon trip. The fellow, John Killens, angry. More on this, of course. That "little bundle of dyna-
4 who has the Knight Beat now, is not related to Clyde Killens. mite' got it through. Congratulations Mrs. Rangell!I

O We thought that name was like ours. If you find one, they're That's it for this week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE,

related. Not so Thank goodness,they passed Mrs. Range's EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT,AND TO MAKE THE WORLD
gun law. It Is now law that you must apply for a gun, and wait SMILE. EVERYBODY SAY "PEACE"!
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Dave sez I talk too much, but I don't know anyone In this I WIG SALON

whole world who can talk any more than he can. So now, Iam
going to pick up where he left off with the bus situation Expert Hair Wig StyII
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in Miamt, and Dade County. This Is the worst system I have ,

seen in many a city, and with our fine city that brings so Ii
many tourists and senior citizens for kun and fun and retirement MISS EFFIE

we should have the best. I don't know who plans the bus

routes, but tie needs to be replaced. Every large city has FORMERLY WITH CAESAR'S BEAUTY CELEBRITY LOUNGEHAJMPOO
"crosstown" and "uptown" busses, that wilt allow you to get i
where you want to go with; a minimum of walking from one

Stop to anoth r. The way our system Is set up, you have togo 1 { r
downtown la order to get across town.All buses eventuallygo
downtown. This should not be so. Let's take crosstown Sdtchnio In

buses and as an example: run from one end of Flakier 5th, fREE I4NfCURE9

14th, 20th, 28th, 36th, 46th, 54th, 62nd,list,79th streets from Concert At 1 1t' ( t' .

one end of Biscayne, N. E. 2nd, N, Miami, N. W. 2nd, N. W. 141 'tCi Y ,N,k i4
7th, 12th, 17th, 22nd, 27th, 32nd, 37th, 42nd to the other end.
Miami StadiumThe PRESS
Three or four buses on each street or avenue would give us
faster service and more accurate service to get anywhere in rtif .'. 'fi i?.> ''I.J+ .'f.1 .. ** .'
our town that we want to go and our senior citizens would not vibrant tones of Louis

have to walk and ride these long distances to get where they "Stachmo" Armstrong's
are going. This is just an example of what can be done in all trumpet will echo across Bis-
of our areas, helping to make It easier to travel by bus The cayne Bay No. 13 from the Cityof

crosstown buses would meet with the uptown buses at pointsall Miami's Marine Stadium,
along the and make and The grave l.voiced musi-
way transferring; distances between
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residences and businesses less. Biscayne Boulevard points cian's show at 8 p.m.will feature ; tn11Yry

could be made for transfer to the Beach,and Beach buses along new material, as well as b'4 '
the main arteries uptown would citizens some of the classic tunes L
help our get to the e'
which Is ti.u"" ;
he known '
beaches and other points of interest that are so inaccessible throughoutthe yr'' e.i'tR
by bus. world.

The most ridiculous route I have come into contact with is Stachmo and his five-mem
from Hialeah ((54th Street) some one has to ride downtown in ber band will perform the

order to get to Biscayne Boulevard and 54th Street, becausethe floating stage at the marine

bus turns at N. Miami Avenue to go downtown. I don't facility.
profess to be a traffic engineer,but I believe that our bus Born in New Orleans at the

system could be much, much better, and could profit by a turn of the century,Armstrong

better system.The TV stations are complaining I a b out the progressed through Chicagoand
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a mess of things," maybe what we need are more bus riders equaled 'prominence in the WIG SERVICE PICK UP & DELIVERY -
and their Instead ofthese field of Jazz."Ambassador.
opinions folk who drive to their plush
offices in order to route the buses for the masses. AMEN. Stach," as
the State Department calls 15980 N.W. 27th Ave.

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Brenda Washington(Former him, is known around the worldas
Belle Glade Schoolmarm) a spokesman for America, Open Tues-Thurs" 10a.m. to 7 p.m. ,Fri! -10-8, Sot. 10-6

communicating in the univer- __ _CLOSED MONDAYS

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Charles Dent sal langiage of music. .

Tickets for the Nov. 13 per-
VIP OF THE WEEK: Earl Bussey of Earl's Market formance are priced at $2.50, : '
$3.50 and $4.50. They will be

available at the MarineStadium t L N1JS'
While I'm on the soap box (that is what I say Dave is, when in about three weeks. H. BIRD Ci
he starts raving and ranting about something)? These folks
, who drive in the left lane on a four lane street doing 20 miles

an hour should be given tickets. There should be signs posted PUBLIC FORUMATCULMEREOPI t--:: 977 NW, 11'A,. 0' ', "i'. ':,: '.
along these streets (I have seen very few) saying that unless ;, ( .t"J:,, t"j' ;';'1'" ,',j, ,
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to maintain the limit T' .. ... UDERDA
you are going speed ,you must stay in the The '" M>o. .1&.1 1' <
Economic
right lane. These people are menaces traffic..Have you ever OpportunityProgram's
been behind in the left lane and one In the right lane, and both Culmer Neighborhood -
Center and October 6-7-8
of them are doing 20 mJ1in a 40 mph zone? Then the fellow LegalSer- Fri-Sat-Sun
vices
who Is behind you and the one in the right lane is mad with Program are sponsoringa
Public Forum on 2 SHOWS NITELY
the world, and trying to squeeze through. It puts all four cars Monday,
October 9 8 at the Cul-
,
,
in danger. It's impossible for you to get out of the squeeze and mer Center,p.m 490 NW 11th St. SOMETHING EXCITING! NEW!
let this nut through, so thereyouarell This is one of the traffic -
The Forum will be concerned A FIRST FOR FLORIDA!
-
laws I'd like to see passed. If you are not going to main-
with
the 1967 Legislature-
tain the, speed limit, stay in the right hand lane, and let these
"How Does It CARNIVALSTARRING
Compare' and CALYPSO
folks who have somewhere to go get through. A CARRIBEAN
will be conducted by ofMiami's
Looks like there is a winning combination going on in Fort some
most promnent at-
Lauderdale. Nat Saunders and Johnny Burke have gotten together torneys.
and have the beautiful Birdland up there. Along with it
Members of the Dade
they have the club and lounge called the Basin St. East. The big Leg-
islature will be The
club has seating capacity for 1800; 25 waitresses waiters, public is Invited present.to attend. Mr. SMOKEY
a 9 piece band, 12 bartenders,controlled spot lites and a per-
fect sound system. There are evening gowned young ladies to

welcome you, and it is a beautiful spot. for a night out on 111i 1 r & HIS

the town. In the lounge, they have a 3 piece jazz combo that is {.A ST."k"t '
out of this world, with soft lights and drinks at popular prices.
t flfnni: ;
They had a big show the other night,when we were there fea- CALYPSO BANDTHE
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turing Jerry Butler, and are getting withCount Basie and Are- DOUBLE ACTION
/COLORS CRAY HAIRBUCK
tha Franklin soon. Starting this Friday, Saturday and Sunday
BIG BAMBOO BEG ME
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from Trinidad
a
they are featuring complete calypso.show ,
Nassau and Jamaica. Little Sparrow from Trinidad; King Eric JUST ANOTHER POLKAI

and his group from Nassau; Smoker: and his 007 band from I DON'T WANT TO CRY

Freeport and Sabu from Jamaica.: This promises to be a big SAVE UP TO 40% .
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ON ,', .', ... ,
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Fort Lauderdale exit, follow Sunrise Boulevard to 17th Ave. Auto Insurance <' :THE GREAT 4 MIGHTYSPARROW
and turn right. You can't miss it. and I promise you will j"
LiabilityPhysicalDamage
have an enjoyable night. U '\ ;
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Dallas of Cette Rosette is :t; .. > J:
the producer of the big affair that Clyde Killens is presentIng SR 22 Filing ; ,

with the "Hurrican Boys" on October 31st at the Knight No One Refused __ CREATOR 01VTHESTEELDRMS:
Beat. I know you don't want to miss this affair, but you know GOOD DRIVERSNo

that they are the best of the season, so get your tickets now. Finance Charge
Clyde and Dallas are really making this the biggest and best
yet. I know I wouldn't miss it. I have my ticket already as little at tb :1: ADMISSION:

Speaking Dallas,do you know that Cette; Rosette Beauty 15% 00 Wi; 5 44c' ADVANCE $1.50 1"1 4ero t" S

Salon has become the biggest and most talked about shop in AT SHELL'S CITY of< v DOOR $2.00 (F/fr,, Ito
Miami? The girls are really flocking over there for their <\ permanents, hair cuts, styling, wigs, manicures and pedi- (South Door) \(., PV FOR / 525-8229 )
CALL
cures. We are happy to see them doing so well. It just proves, PLAZA INSURANCE Po : Rt'kNlr
that if yo-i give the public what it wants, they will flock to AGENCY FR
your door Hear tell that Emma D. Glass and Benjamin IN OUR SWINGING LOUNGE BASIN STREET EAST
20th. Miss Glass is a clerkat Phone:754-4951
married
Austin will be on January
Urban Renewal and Mr. Austin Is withMTA. We wish them 5941 NW 7th Avenue FRANK SULLIVAN TRIO

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 6, 1967 11


Negro Elected Officials Asked To Support $30 Billion Bill i


poverty and the degradation schools of America and for lation is for us as Negro politicians -
John this bill
Congressman Con- said "But
work legislation is totally out- Conyers. "
life intheghettoes, said Con- education beyond high school to throw our full weight
,
to to the
Jr.
yers, (Dem-Michigan) has dated. There are fine attempts respond
mny yers, "By assuring every including both college and vocational behind the kin d of programswe
asked the
participants in the in realities widespread economic
existence but due
programs American a full opportunity to school.Racial discrimination know to be imperative Wecannot
first national conference of to their deprivation and racial
and
inadequate funding
employment, the
have adequate in employment and afford b ignore
Negro elected officials to sup they don't even begin to discrimination. When enough
scope
income housing and educa- of we know to
is attacked kinds
housing through programs
port his $30 billion bill to aid people finally come to realizethe
answer the needs of millionsof of .
tion, free of any trace ra- enforced Federal be imperative. We cannot
strictly
the na tion' s ghettoes "The AIfI !ican'peple.) e n o m i t y of the need,the "
: cial discrimination. Conyers laws. afford to ignore the rapidly ap-
only way we can deal with the 'political realities' will demand 3
widesweeping bill provides proaching confrontation be-
staggering problems of Negro "When I first announced : a solution of the same
my million jobs for the unemployed Conyers told his fellow legislators tween the United States and
Americans and other disad- intention to introduce this bill, magnitude. family allowances for at the Center for Con- Negro America Our job must
vantaged groups is through it was met the usual ad- tinuing Education at the Uni-
million
children, and one be to insure that Chet necessary
comprehensive and massive cries that because of its great "The Full Opportunity, Act ditional low and moderate income versity of Chicago during the changes in the quality of life
programs," declared: Con- cost it falls to meet the poli- attempts to d'al wit all the housing starts every first bi-partisan conference of for all Americans be made
"It is obvious that tical realities of interrelated problems of the
patch-
yers. Congress,
elected officials "This
_._ _. year. New Federal prol1'amsare Negro through the increasing political -
----- -
established to provide a bill must have your support organization and involve-

Three Negroes Hold full opportunity for a quality because the only way others ment of the Negro Americanswho
High Leukemia
education in all the public are going to back such legis- are trapped in the ghetto."

Finance Posts In WashingtonWhen Society AppealsFor

addressed dele- money from private citizens, BloodA
gates to the 1966 Washington, and on one occasion, a woman
D. C.,Civil Rights conference, visited his home and refusedto local Hospital has appeal
President Johnson noted the leave until he arrived there ed for help to replace 128 pints
progress made by Negroes In after a day of work. of blood for three Leukemia
obtaining high echelon federal All the requests were turn- victims! One is a male adult
jobs, citing two examples in ed down, of course. For with 34 years of age. The second is
the are of government fin- Brimmer, Taylor and Emmett a femile adult 45 years of age,
ance, the President said:"We Rice -- Washington's Money and the third is an 8 year old! a
have responsibilities Involve male child. The child's familyis
a Negro, for the first
time, on the ExportImportBank multibillion-dollar decisionsthat already bearing the heart-
that deals withallna- influence the economies of break of his recent death, not
tions." He referred to ex-De- the nation and the world.They to mention a balance of 67 pintsof

troit attorney, Hobart Taylor, can't help private citizens blood due the Hospital. The
Jr., says the current issue of borrow money to pay off home two adults are still receiving
Ebony Magazine."We mortgages or car notes. Rice blood and their liabilities 4
wasn't mentioned in the Pre- mount daily as additional bloodis
have a Negro on the sident's speech because needed!
Federal Reserve Board that is appointment a s alternate director "We call upon all organizations -
lending money Instead of bor- of the World Bank came clubs, etc.,who are able
rowing it," the President added six months later. to help, to make transfers tr
in a reference to Dr An- Of the three money men,An- our account, at once,so we can ,
drew G. Brimmer. drew F, Brimmer has, per- help ease the plight of then I "
The President had bare haps, come the farthest,Ebony Leukemia victims and their I :
ly finished his speech before points out, for he started at the families ," said attorney
the phone in Doctor Brim- bottom. New 41, he was born Irving J. Whitman, Presidentof I
mer's home began ringing.For the son of a Louisiana share- the Leukemia Society of
Brimmerwas Dade last M. Austin Davis, center, executive vice president of the Winn-Dixie food chain,
several days, cropper In the town of Newell- County, week in an
deluged with requests for ton. appeal to all Dade Countainsto poses at the annual meeting of the advisory board of Florida' Memorial' College, with

donate! Blood is their life- College president, Dr.Royal W. Purye r, left and Rev, Edward T. Graham, chairman
Have The Miami Tints line! We cannot fail them! For of the Board of Trustee on the right. Davis awarded the college a ,00,0009i1t..

SOUTH DADE NEWS delivered to your house by additional infqrmation, please Florida Memorial College is now,under construction at NW '156th St. and LeJeune

Sunday was a great day at mail every week for only call, Mrs Dorothy H. Grant, Road. The advisory board upgraded the fund, raising goal an additional' 7500000.
Hurst Chapel AME, Perrine, $5.00 per ytar 3732624.
Rev. W,J.Allen,pastor,Mrs.
i. Jean H. Townsend, reporter
The Men's Day will terminateon [ SMOKED TENDER CHICK BRAND

the third Sunday inNovem- LIB-CITY
ber BACON FRYERS2K
HURRY! LAST_
Rev and Mrs. George CHANCE TO SEE"POOR III,
Washington announce the mar DRIVE-IM THEATRE
riage of their daughter,Gwen- 2LBS.
dolyn to Dan Cooper at the
Church the second Sunday in Due to the abnormal

November.Let Subject jnaffer of fhis II''P' I1 j {II tl 1 I,, Jlul ,llfil'{ ',
us pray for the sick and

shut-ins. pray for theShakel- ; imbtfart FRESH ;Ike '' l, I'll
16 H+Illgi I' dpl 'i fll ,
fords in their hour of grief. I II' '
children will be allowed GROUNLBS. '
no
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Mr. Neal Shakelford is in mU+II{I ,,II'i{ x ,I411u I ,ql iiI11
University Hospital,Talla- Wif ji or Without flieii? parentf E i uI ""!! \

hassee, suffering from a E .

heart attack.de was on the way ...., .... I I I I
to attend his mother's funeral I III 1 I{ I'I
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at Chip Ie y, Fla., but did not .$1 {
make it.Mrs.Ethel Shakelford SMOKED
has gone to be at the bedsideof
her husband. ''.':. .....ir.. )::{; BRISKET
: <:<::i::: SLICED'

Mrs. Lena Simmons is in STEW BEEF

Christian Hospital. Mr. Jas- W. lUJRy.4
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per Saunders is recovering at c:1:: : 1IiiiiI't:1:: PICNICS
home. Mrs.Eddie Smith is now 1
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the Bethune-Cookman College $1
alumni Association will spon- :t;( FILM WOMEN WHISPER ABOUT...
sor a Benefit Scholar ship Sale ___ '__ .' BUT WON'T TALK ABOUT IT I
on Saturday, October 7, from :
10 until, at 1847 NW 55th Ter Special ,Uniform. ,Police

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, FrIJof, Oclobei 6,1967
tober 2. She is survived by her

; "" 1 RANGEJohn McConnell of 1310 NW husband Ralph, George, Harry; six, Larry sons,,

George,
68th Terr., died recently in a and Bernard a daughter -
I. r MEMORIALS DEATHS I II survivedby Michael ;
: ; i. local hospital. He is Phyllis; two sisters,
aunt
: an ,
,,.. ; his wife, Odarine; Eddie Essie M. Lewis and Clemen-

,1. <<' ,, ;,, ; Ada LaCount; an uncle, tine Pettigrew; six brothers,
aunt
uncle and ,
LaCounty an
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn t'1 Mrr. and; Mrs Abram Wil- James Ronald, Rufus, Lemar and,LonnieCul-Ernest,

and Mrs.
loving memory of Thomas p.Johnson,who has Memory of the late Eddie liams;Thomas.cousins, Funeral Mr. ser- pepper. Funeral services will
be conducted Saturday October
at South ,
undergone surgery, conducted Mondayat
vices were
In the 67th
7 at 1:00
weeks p.m.
few
Miami Hospital a in the Mt.Tabor
10:30 a.m.
'II of Christ.
Street Church .
ago, and Is now recuperatingat Baptist Church.
home, takes this method to
of 1300 NW Mrs. Mattie Johnson, a
express my sincere thanks, EARL WILLIAMS DIES Cecil F. Higgs
and appreciation to my many i 64th St., died Saturday, Sept. member of Greater Bethel

friends, for their many deedsof IN CONNECTICUTEarl 30th. He Is survived by two AME Church, died Sept. 30,at

kindnesses shown during my daughters, Carolyn and Joyce a local hospital. Mrs.Johnsonof

illness. Benjamin WilliamsSr. H I g g s; three sons, Ronald, 1420 NW 67th St.,is survived -
., son of the late Mr. and Dwight and Cecil; three sis- by a son, Ronnie;two daugh-

Your many beautiful get well i r Mrs. Noble R. Williams, Sr., ters, Maude Glass, Vera Higgs ters, Mattie S. Johnson and

cards with their beautiful died In Hartford, Conn., Wed- and Lilly Starr; two brothers, Lucinda Olliff; five grand-

prayerful expressions, nesday, Sept. 27, after a short Willis and David. Funeral ser c h 11 d r e n; ten great-grandchildren -

brought much Joy and comfortto illness.He vices will be conducted Friday ; four brothers and

me, and the many phone was born In Miami, Au- October 6, at 4:00: p.m. in the sisters. Funeral arrage-

calls, and personal visits, gust 6, 1916. He graduatedfrom Chapel. ments are Incomplete.Mrs. .

brought solace, and seeminglymade Booker Washington
the pains less painful. High School here in 1935. He Joe Kennedy of 240 NW 12th
---r:: /t"1 St. died Sept. 27th, at a local Mildred G. Rolle, a
a Tyrell Dear, who took time out attended Florida A & M Uni-
FLORENCE ALICE COOPER from his many duties to ? versity in Tallahassee wherehe i hospital following a recent ac- member of the Mt. Tabor Bap-

who .............. member of the Var- cident. Among his survivorsare tist Church, died on Tuesday,
transport wife to the hos- was a
this life 29 my
t departed Sept. ,
his wife, Lillie Mae and October 3. Mrs. Rolle of 3030
1962. pital and coming to our homeo MRS.MARYGERVINwho sity football team. his t h NW 51st St. Is survived by her
m o e r Mrs. Nolie Ken- ,
glv a us He moved to Hartford, in
Rest eternal grant unto her !heHolyCommunIon -
husban
nedy. Funeral arrangements Johnathan a son
; ,
,1 oh Lord, and may light perpetual and to Rev. Harold V. departed this life Oct. 8, 1943 and was married to Miss incomplete. Richard; a sister EnithSmith

It shine upon her. Stuart pastor of St. Mary's WM 1965. Constance Ferris In 1954. He uncle ;
an Aquilla Wilson. Fun-
Church, a goodly number of his Gone, but not forgotten. We was employed at Olivetti-
Mrs. Agnes Phillips of 6215 eral arrangements are incom-
>1> The Family congregation who came to visit loved you but God loved you Underwood Corporationfor
me. best. Sleep on. more than twenty years. NW 22nd Ct., died Sunday,Oc- plete.

His survivors Include his
IN MEMORIAMIn
I am very grateful, and feel All your children wife, Constance of Hartford; CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe
Indebted to all and two and a son Mrs.
loving memory of our you my Mrs. Lillie P. Sheppard daughters ,
mother and grandmother the prayer Is that God's choicest Rosalind Johnson of Washington family of Family of the late

late blessing shall always be on you D. C., Mrs.June Alexander MRS. LOUISE FELTON

MEMORIAMIn of St.Louis, Missouri, EarlB. MR. HARRY WILLIAMSWho with
IN acknowledge profound;
FLORANCE DUMNERDEANwho Thomas P. Johnson.IN Williams, jr. of Chicago,
gratitude aU acts of kindness
departed this life Oct. 3, sad but loving memory of Ill.; a brother Nobel R. Wil- passed away at Monroe shown to them their recent -
during
1965. our dear brother liams, Jr. of Miami;and three General Hospital, Key West, bereavement.

/ May.she rest in peace and MEMORIAMIn grandchildren, several nieces Sept. 14, wish to express their Especially do we thank Dr.
light perpetual shine upon her. and nephews. sincere appreciation to the
and
Mrs. Greenhouse and the
loving of our Funeral services were held many friends of Coconut Grove ,
memory Blechmans the
Sadly missed: beloved sister Saturday In Hartford. and Key West for flowers, Life Insurance, Independent Co. and
Mrs. Vera E. Smith and cards of condolences and other our
agent Mr. H.Knight. Members
acts of kindness shown them
Mrs. Julia L. Johnson,daugh-
DEATH NOTICE of St. John Baptist Church
ters, and grandchildren.IN ?tr during their hour of bereavement ,
Daughters of Atlas
Benjamin j Butler died at Special thanks to the Temple No.
39 and all our neighbors of 15
Monroe General Hospital, Key doctors and nurses of Monroe
MEMORIAMIn Street.
West, Friday Sept. 29 after a General Hospital and Rev.

sad but loving memory of short 111 n e s s. Funeral ser- Butler, 'pastor of St. Stephen Also a special tank you to
the
""bur dear sister and aunt, vices will be conducted Saturday Methodist Church, Key West, M. H. Rahming's Funeral
Home for courteous efficient
at 3 p.m. from St. Mary'sStar' and his congregation for their ,
and untiring services rendered.
MARY S. DAVIS of the Sea Catholic Church services. -
.
Key West. He is survived by

who departed to the great beyond ,. one daughter, Mrs. Inez C.Ad- Mrs. Araminthia Roberts-, May God bless all of you.
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Frank and
t October 9, 1957. derly, of Mia ml; one son mother Young family

The saints of God their conflict PRINCE A.SIMS George of Denver, Colorado;

past, who died September 24, 1952. one daughter-in-law Cecil
And life's long tattle won at When death came and took our Butler of Denver; two sons-in- Investors in the Bahamas The 1967 Orange Blossom

last, loved oneaway it left our homeso law, Lawerence Adderlyof provide an Interesting cross- Classic will be the 35th annual

O happy saints for ever blest, MOTHER ODESSA PALMERwho lonely these 13 years.Sleepon Miami and Robert Reynolds of section of the world's million- OBC with the Florida A & M

p At Jesus feet how safe your dear one and take your rest, Key West; 55 grand children; aires. They include Ameri- University Rattlers as the host
rest. 59 great great grandchildren. team. The will be
loved but God loved game played -
departed this life October we you you cans, Canadians, English,
in Miami's spacious and famous -
8, 1966, and buried Oct. 13, best. Scandinavians, Greeks and
Hosea Douglas, brother HOUSE OF ALBERTMiss Orange Bowl Stadium
Germans.
Leonard Douglas brother 1966, leaving to mourn, four Ruby Sims, sister, George Saturday night, December 2.

Constance Strachan, Emily children: Evang C. Thomas, Sims, brother, Betty Bethel, Celester Gloria Rog-
Strachan, Helena Taylor, L a r c i n a Robinson, Chster sister.A ers, 1437 NW 1st Place, died ------

and Rosalyn Seymour,sisters, Palmer Jr. and Katrina Sept. 27.She is survived by her

nephews and nieces. Forbes ; father, Rev Major MESSAGE OF THANKSWe mother Mrs. Christine

Brown; mother, Prophet Rogers; one sister, Elester; 691-7661

Mable Brown; eight brothers, the members of the two brothers, Cloven and

IN MEMORIAM William H. Brown, Mayor family of Sister Ada Cohen, Crispen; step-mother, Mrs.

Brown Jr., Prophet Altha wish to take this opportunity Ozabeth Rogers;two step..sis-

MR. BENJAMIN Brown, Henry Brown Percy express our thanks and appre- tersBeatrice Soloman, Louise

DENEGALL SR. Brown, James Brown,Earnest ciation for the many indivi- Cotton; nieces and nephews. >-

Brown and Alphonso Brown; duals and families, organiza- Funeral services were con- r

who departed his life Oct. 2, four sisters, Thelma Ran- tions, churches, and the Range ducted Wednesday from Mt. a I
dolph Alice Moore Larenuia Funeral directors who a Carmel Church at 2 .
1964, laid to rest Oct. 10, 1964 gave Baptist r P 3 M1
Gaines, and Mabel Alexander, helping hand in expressions of p.m.
God sees when the footstepsall I
15 grandchildren,nieces,nep-. devoted sympathy when it was
falter when the pathway has Hurbert Horton, 1441/2 NW
J hews and a host of other rely most needed. You and your
grown too steep Then he 13 St., died Sept 30.He Is sur-
itives and friends.We kindnesses have humbled us
touches the weary eyelids and vived by his wife, Faustina;
for a concern so
gives his dear ones sleep. willingly two sisters nieces and
miss our hearts are
you, most
give n during a tragic
',. Annie Lee Denegall, wife sore, God called her to heavento period. Moreover also nephews. Funeral services
we
Benjamin Denegall Jr., son take her rest. Now In God's Thursday, Oct. 5, at 2:00p.m.In .
want to know that this was
you
Marie Tillman, Annie Ruth the Chapel.
most holy place, blest they Christian witness at a very
Denegall, Deloris Delancy, stand before His face still loved high level of commitment.The
daughters. James and Gussie still missed Mrs. Armissie Gross, 222
,
demise of dear
Denegall, parents and James our Sister NW 14th Ter., Apt. 6diedOct.

Denegall, son.CARD The Family Gladys Patterson leaves a 3. She is survived by her hus-

sense Irreplaceable loss in band, Ernest; two sons Bobby
the hearts of the many people and TME&te'
Ernest Jr.; two daughters
OF THANKSI who loved and admiredher. Dorothy and Marie; four sis-

CARD OF THANKSThe Again we thank you. ters; three brothers; 12 grand oc pricei we too low,

want to thank all of m y children. Arrangements are
friends and well wishers for family of the late Sister Ada Cohen and Family incomplete. orelie

the flowers, cards, Inquiriesand
Soineoae
visitations during my hos- HAYWOOD HADLEY U too IdyL'But

pitallzation in July and againIn RICHARDSONJames Hollis Kendrick of 6217 NW

September With the help of. wish to.express their sincere 14th Ct., died Friday, Sept. 29 rour protection

God's guIdance; ,professional thanks and appreciation for the Carpenter of 1601 in the Veterans Hospital. He

services, prayers and well many cards,\ [;telegrams, NW 62nd St., died Saturday, is survived by five cousins, IN YOUR HOUR OF BEREAVEMENT CALL

wishes from all of you, I am flowers and other condolencessent Sept. 23. He Is survived by his Lillie M. Harris,Syrania But "Where and
service begins ends"Three
Improving and hope to be well to them during their hours wife, Earnestine. Funeral ler, Irene, Madell and Arnell never

again. of bereavement. Also we wish I service will be conducted, Spencer. Remains will be locations to serve you:

Again, my warmest and sin to thank the many friends who I Thursday, October 5, at 1000 shipped to Dawson Georgia to

cere thanks to all of you. journeyed to Palmetto to beat, a.m. in the Chapel with Rev. Joe Moore Funeral Homo, Miami Opa-locko Perrin

our side during this time. F. J. Hicks officiating. Friday, Oct. 6, at 9:30 p.m

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the New Provideuce M. Bap- decoration committee; Mrs. board of directors.
tist Church celebrated their Dorothy Oliver, assistant finance Sitting left to right: Mrs. DIRRS GOLD SEAL
annual tea on Sunday,Sept.24, committee and assistantchaplin Eldora Akins, member of so-
at the Bonded Rental Agency ; Mrs. Idella Williams, cial committee; Mrs. Ruth FRANKS FULL 49t
Building. They wish to thank recording secretary; Mrs. Smith, president;Mrs.Geneva LB.
their many friends for helping The I m a pla, finance secre- Joseph, queen and chairman of PKG.
to make their program a suc- tary, chaplain and cochairman sick committee; Mrs. Ruby
cess. Their members are as of the board of directors; Shelley, vice-president; Mrs. DIRRS
follows: Mrs., Mary Gary, social com Mattie Nelsoncochairmansick HOT
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Mrs. Jessie Staten, chairmanof co-chairman of social cam- shown are Mrs. Mary MILD
program and decoration mittee; Mrs. Emma McIntosh, pinkard, assistant recording
committee; Mrs. Barbara Royal chairman of social committee; secretary.
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all of her many friends for a beautiful trophy and Rental Agency Building, .
their support which led to her congratulations from Mrs, Sunday, Sept. 24. Mrs Geneva
gratulations to Mrs. Josephand Ruth Smith, president of the Joseph the queen for 1967 and LYKES CORN BEEF
may she reign long. We Hospitality Auxiliary, for her the Rev. C. J. Burney, pastorof "
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,I Mail Early To Armed Forces OverseasPostmaster I CROP CAROLINA.

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reminded residents of the Dunlap urgesthat address is incomplete and the APPLESt BAG *
Miami that undeliverable.To .
Greater area today parcel
every effort be made to
while It may seem like a longtime mail overseas parcels at the assure receipt of parcelsIn
to Christmas, to those earliest possible time. It Is good condition,special care RITZ CANNED .. .
people with sons,relatives and should be taken to wrap well
friends particularly in the those armed who forces are, absolutely the five-digit necessary APOor to include "Remember and Include ,sufficient your package padding.is SODAS A 6 FOR 49*

FPO number in the address. traveling a long way.'
overseas, the time to mail ..
Christmas parcels is actually VITA GOLD

for short mailing insofar them as deadline Is concerned.dates Notice of Public HearingA PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 CAN QZ. 25*

Mr. Dunlap suggested that in public hearing will beheld by the Eco-

order for our servicemen nomic Opportunity Program, Inc. (EOPI) at OLD FASHION JAR
overseas to receive their Lillie C. Evans Elementary School, 1895 NW
Christmas parcels in time for October 19 1967 at 2 J4 LB.
75th Street on Thursday, LARD 59C
should be
Christmas,
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mailed dur ing the following 7:30 p.m. on "The Structure of the Liberty
periods: City Neighborhood Center Advisory Board
Surface transportation, October and Its Relationship to the EOPI Board of ROMAN
16 to November 11th. Directors;" "The Advisory Board's Opera- BLEACH GALLONJUG 39
SAM(Surface Air Mail),October tional Procedures and the EOPI Responsi- (
21 to December 1st. bilities for Insuring that This Advisory Board

Surface air mill includes Achieve the Goals Outlined in the EOPI
parcels going loan APOor Proposals and the Economic OpportunityAct.
FPO, San Francisco, destinedto ."

should Vietnam.not exceed These five parcels poundsin All interested parties may appear and FREDDY'S SUPERETTE

weight or 60 inches in length be heard at the time and place specified.Dr. .

plus girth. They will be air- H. Franklin Williams
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GOODWILLin NEW HOPE FRIENDSHIP

Rev. W. E.Sims,pastor
Rev J. E. Jenkins, pastor
a city of a million where Mary Mayfield, reporterThe
Ruby L. carr, reporterA
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crime and wickedness fill the

streets from every corner, In- No. 1 Usher Board will Captain's Fashionette will
1 circum- begin celebrating its'anniversary
spite of adverse be held at the home :of Deacon
stances, the church has survival Friday,October 6,at 8:00: and Sister Roosevelt Johnson
the Rev. R, Smith of Ualon
beyond grave. p.m. to
from 4:00
254 NW 43rd St., AME
Grove Baptist will be the ST. PAUL
Therefore moral and social speaker. The anniversary will 6OQ p.m., Sunday, October 8.

CHRIST EPISCOPAL environments will not binder Fashions of ,many categorieswill
the church in this world nor the conclude Sunday, October 8,at be modeled by adults and Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor

Rer. Theo, R. Gibson, rectos 3:00 p.m. Rev. Samuel Atchison children Donation 100. Mary Amos, reporterThe
world to come, ,
Antoinette Silva reporterWe of Mt.Calvary Baptist will
,
F October 14th, we plan atripto
Murder, robbery, stealing,, be the speaker.There Pirates World. Donation Fourth Quarterly Conference
celebrated our 65th An will be a tea. Sunday '
drunkenness gambling and juvenile will convene Fridayand
,
$1:00: adults $1.50.
I niversary, Sunday, October 1. delinquency rampant;; October 15 from 4.. 6p.m"at Children at Sunday October 6 and 8th.
Bouie
Call Sister Nettie
: Father Quintea E prime otSt.c '
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seem to be our destiny. the home of Mrs Mary May FR J-6021 for further information The pastor is" requesting all
Matthews Church, Wilmington 2940 NW 69th St.The tea
---- field officers, Chairman of Boards
from these
\ Delaware was eloquent In If the church fails to expoundthe is sponsored by the Junior. Proceeds and clubs to be present. All
affairs will JVardour Women's
REV.C.H.SMlTH
his message and Mrs. Athall gospel to a lost world we Usher Board, in behalf of Wo go boards and clubs to have their

Range, Miami City Conv'nis. are doom eternally. Rev. C, H. Smith, will hold men's Day.Saturday. Get well pay. wishes to all our reports ready for Friday night

sioner was gracious as the Draw nigh to God,and he will worship services this Sunday, October 7th,pies shut.Ins. We extend deepest and to come out Sunday morn

Toast Mistress. Mr Sturrufto draw nigh to you.Cleanse your October 8, all day, at the Mt. will be on sale at the home oi to Deacon R. D Wil- ing to hear the Presiding Elder
sympathy
1 his response thanked all whc hands, ye sinners; and purify Aaron Baptist Church. He will Mrs. Julia Crossley, 1064 NW llam.i and family in the loss of Roberts deliver the morning
to honor him and asked
came
your hearts, yedouble minded preach both morning and even- 75tH St., Ph. 757-0941 to place Moriah message.
his mother Sister
,
that they continue the work ol
ing services. The church Is located your order. Rev. Cousin and congregation
The public is invited to worship Washington Sister Essie M.
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the Church and God. We hope barbecue
The ladies are selling : -
at NW 17 Ave and 69th from Greater Bethel wUl
his retiring from active duty with us each Lord's day Lewis in the loss other sister
I will inspire others to work as at our permanent location. St., Rev A. M McCraney, is Saturday at and the Church Sister Agnes Phillips and Sis be here Sunday, October 8, In
somaHof
please stop by get
long and fa l It h I u I as she has! Free transportation for the pastor. We are looking for this tasty barbecue. ter Mary Hayes in the loss other an after service program.
ward to seeing all friends and very There will be a Cake Deminstr -
unfortunate by calling 696- sister In Chicago.
done. Attending the 65th Anniversary ,
There will be a tea Sunday,
8794 for service. well wishers. Funeral services for Sister 4:) ation In the A nnex Sunday,
\ celebration also was prompt October 15 at the homo of Mr. Dem
I:)ctober 8, at 3:30 p.m.
4 our own Father Austin R. Rev. T.R.Harrison,pastor, and Mrs. Clem Adams, 4230 Moriah Washington will beheld I nstrator will be Mother Rose

Cooper of St. Phillips Church, Leona Williams, reporter Saturday, October 7, at 4 the
NW 11th Ave., 4 6:00 p.m Rose Wyatt, sponsored by
J Jacksonville. We are always ANTIOCH BAPTIST sponsored by the Deaconess p.m. Willing Workers.All the above

happy to have Father Cooper ST. MARY Rev. P.W.Wiggins,pastor Board, Sister Lillian Mack, notices are to benefit Women's

borne with us. president. Day, please give them your co-

The Episcopal Church- Rev. 'H. V. Stuart, pastorA. The young Matron's Society,,, ST. JAMES AME Dperation.The .

women will meet Friday, Oc E. Bethel, reporter under the leadership of Mrs Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor pastor, is asking Choir
tober 20, at St.John's Episcopal Nos. and two, Ushers and
Dorothy Turner, will observe,, DRAKE MEMORIAL Joseph Marshall, reporter one
Church. All women are invited Sunday, October 8th,Sunday its Ninth Anniversary,Sunday,, as many members to come
to attend. School will at 930 a.m. Mrs. G. Stoke ling and the 15
open, with him Hallandale, Oct.
October 8 at 3:00
p.m.
: Rev. Janus W. Dunn pastor
October-ites are having a
Sincere is extended
sympathy to send
parents please try Miss Marie White, will deliver to Rev. Arthur Ford's church
to the family of the late night of games and fun at the
Roy
\ children The Junior
your In a after service
the a d d r e s s. She wili i programThe
On Sunday night the men o t .
home of Mrs. L. Johnson Friday
Rolle whose funeral heldon
was
Choir will sing in the morning Board
speak on the theme, "Go anc I church J. B. Epperson
the
willpresent a I'
Saturday morning in Tallahassee service and No. 2 Choir will night, October 6, at 8:00 invite you to comb out Sunday,
Do. will be
Gospel Feast. This ai]l
sing at night Usher BoardNo. Mrs. Florence Davis 01 I, p.m October' 8th to their anniver
old fashion service
1 will work at night and No. prayer Chairman Mrs. Betty at 1100 service.
First Baptist and Mrs. L. P,, the Friendship Baptist Churcl I sary, a.m.
co-chairman Mrs.
GREATER NEWMACEDONIA 2 in the morning.There will be Dorsett of St. John will be the t congregation will be with us, Doris Brown Williams, and the women Their president is asking all
Infant Baptism.To Boards and clubs to
guest solo. please
Brother W. Hardee and Brother
all dinner sale
are having day
all members Usher
2 choir will come in their uniforms.The .
The No. pre ii
L. Richardson are J I
\ Boards No1 and 2, pleasedon't for Women's Day full-raising
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor sent some of Miam:. s out charge of tickets. project in the church parish CathedralChoirwill
Willie Beard, reporter forget the special joint standing singing groups Fri Mrs. and Mrs. celebrate their fifth anniver-
Berry Hall at 1845 NW 65th St. or
meeting to be held Monday, October 6th at 8OC I Sunday October 29 at
day night, ; Brooks are grateful to the par sary, ,
Women's Day is rapidly approaching October 9, at 830 p.m. at the phone 6914212. 1.00: p.m All boards and clubs
r us. The date is the church. Business of vital im- p.m.Men's ents who sent their children I Choir No. 2 Is making plans incited
church
Day will be observed Mhe are cordially
fifth Sunday in this month October portance.We the party on last Friday.. for their Anniversary, Octo
to out and
on the third Sunday in October come celebrate
29. The morning speaker were happy to see Sis. 'The ,Dittoes have Mrs. Porter will nave a sale ber 13, Friday nigh, at 800 with them
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com !
will be the well.renowned Friday beginning, ut 500p.m,, aad Gxober 15 Su.1.tayI
Geneva Trotman back in p.m. ,
promised an enjoyable event. The C. A. Gibbs club willhold
This sale will be at the church
\ teacher in the Dade County church after her illness. We I afternoon at 3:00p.m Churchauditolum heir regular October
Sunday
before and after scout meeting ,

t School, Mrs. LeeneUe Pen- send our prayers with Sister 8), at 5:00 p.m.business of im-
and I
nington. The evening speaker Selina Farrington on her tripto parents please come Remember( you are always x>rtance.

f will be Mrs. Eugenia Thomas Nassau this week. Special ST. JOHN AME bring your children. You are welcome to the Friendly Remember our sick and

\ The chairman of the program prayers to Sister Finlayson Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Invited to worship with us or l Church. shut.; ins.

committee, Mrs. Willie Mae who is now in Jackson Memorial Sunday. .

Williams and her workers Hospital and to Sister The pastor is requesting -

promise to mike this one of the Elizabeth Bethel who had to officers and members to accompany

biggest and best days Macedonia leave for Nassau to be at the him to Metropolitan

has ever had. bedside of her brother.
AME, Sunday night in an after PREV.
Mrs. Mytrice Murray, gen service.
eral chairman, Sister Leola
The women are making
Bovan co-chairman. NEW PROVIDENCE
plans for Women's:! Day which
On Thursday night before Hi c. Burney, pastor terminates the second Sundayof

the third Sunday, a Battle of Arsula EJwirds, reporter November.The .
Songs will be held between J
Willing Workers are
Choir No One of St. Matthew
Tli" Annual Anniversary of
requested to meet at the home
Freewill Baptist Church and New Providence will be cele of the president, Miss Naomi

Choir No. One of New Mace- brated on next Sunday October Williamson, 6500SW 60th Ave.

donia. It will be held at New 8, Rev. W. M Boyd of Albany, Saturday, at 8:00 p.m

Macedonia. Deacon Willie B. Georgia, our evangelist, will Thursday night a joint choir

Williams, president. bo guest speaker for the morn- rehearsal 8:00 p.m Friday

ing an,! evening worship:> The night group Sunday School

GREATER ST. LUKE public is invited to com out meeting all teachers are askedto

and help us celebrate and hear be present. Friends are always -
Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor
this wonderful man of God. welcome to visit.
Bernice Griffin, reporter
Prayer meeting Tuesday

.* night, at 7:30: p,m, Consecra-
Friday night the pastor is oion hour of prayer will be held
asking choir Nos. 1 and 2 and I ZION HOPERev.
each Sunday morntn?,

the King Belairs. The Junior: a,m. Let us not forget our BTU p. Freeman, pastorE.
Choir and all the usher boardsto ,
each Sunday evening, at 530. Jackson, reporterWe
meet at the church, at8p.m. .
Continue In prayer for our -
next there will I
On Saturday sick anj shut-ins and those who have two members in the J. A. F. FINLAYSON HONORED ''I
be a Turkey Dinner sale in the i
are bereaved hospital and four at home Ware <,
church dining room given in
Visitors are always welcome asking for the of of members and Donald, Former President
behalf of our Men's Day drive, prayers Usher Board No.Two Macedonia praised by ; I

On Sunday afternoon, at 3.0(I the church, and everyone. : Baptist Church,was in friends of Macedonia Baptist. Pastor Finlayson, (receiving

p.m. Rev. Robert Ingram o,I t. There willbeaprogram charge of the unveiling of a Shown above are members portrait); Mrs Finlayson;

Gethsamane will preach. Tuesday night after prayer volor portrait of their pastor of Usher Board No. Two' Bottom Mary Williams; Grace Cars-

Lets remember our sick an,dST. MATTHEW HOLINESSCora meeting. The pastor is urging Rev. J. A, F. Finlayson Sun row from left to right well.Not

shut-in and service men. all numbers to attend their day. The morning service was Thomas Hawes, Assistant shown are Ann Baker,

Lee Davis, reporterWe weekly meeting carried on as usual and to the Chief Usher; David Tomlin; Secretary; Victoria Summer-

Mrs Vera Johnson was surprise of the greater part John Dingle, Chaplain; son; Mr and Mrs. Achie Williams

ST. JAMES BAPTISTThe are asking all members crowned Mrs. Zion Hope on of the congregation, the board Lucretia Mitchell, Financial ; Ethel Tucker; Lillie

public is cordially in.. and friends to cooperate with Women's Day last Sunday. We was given time to carry out the Secretary; Ruthie Tomlin; Cooks; Tyman: Bentley; JohnL.

yited to attend our Eighth An. us on our General Assembly, were very proud to have our ceremony which was beautifully Ceather Chaney, Vice Presi Kitchen, Treasurer; Tessie

I ,nual Women's Day obser.. which will close Sunday night pastor on the rostum Sundayfor conducted by Photographer dent. Top row from 'eft to right Williamd; Helen Brown;

vance. Morning speaker, Mrs., October 8. Delegates will arrive the first time in a month Frank Johnson, of 1186 Lillie Cunningham Chief Carrie Newsome; Mary

Ellen Taylor Mrs. Lilliai i this week, Headquarters after his vacation. Don't forgetto NW 38th St. The portrait and Usher; Daniel Cunningham, Dingle; Cora Clark; Herbert

Curtis chairman, Mrs.CorinECash are located, 1246 NW 9th Ave., come to church and have by Johnson and the conductingof (holding portrait) President; Williams, Business Managerand

co-chairman. Florida City. your faith lifted. ceremony was highly Ida M. Thomas ; Hattie Mc- Dorethea RooksT .





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Dr. Richard Moore Is Laymen'sDay GRACE PRESBYTERIAN YWCA Announces Fall Program .

I Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor

Speaker At EbenezerSunday This Sunday Isknownas The Northwest Center Boys' Club, Monday, at 5
"Laymen's Sunday," the Lay YMCA located, at 5100 NW 21 p.m.; Senior Y-Teen Club, 5p.ra
men will be in charge of the Avenue, wish to announce their .; Teen Canteen and rec-
Laymen's Day at but his official title is college
morning and evening services, program for the year 1967-68. reation, Thursdays from 5:30
Ebenezer with the laymen
par- president. The youth choir The classes for the adults are to 8:30 Dances
respectively. p.m.; Friday
ticipating In the services
Contrary to the common belief will sing, and the women will geared towards developing op- from 8 to 11 p.m.; Hob Nobs,
throughout the day. The pur- that most college heads serve refreshments after the portunities which will enrich after school recreation groupat
pose is to emphasize the min- serve only In an administrative the lives of Americans today,
morning service. 2:00 on Mondays,Tuesdays,
the in the life and
istry of laity
capacity, Richard V. Bible classes for childrenand in that we offer.Householdhour Thursdays, and Fridays Be-
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work of the church.The themefor Moo r e's main interest lain"selling" conducted Thursdays from 9 to
young people are ginners piano lessons, Satur-
the day "Christ's Ambas
from 4:30 to 6:00p.m. 11 a.m.: Bridge Fridays days from 11 to 12 noon.
sadors. He carries the Bethune- every Sunday afternoon. from 10 a.m. til noon; Trim- U any of the Indicated pro-
Cookmin story with pride to nasties Wednesdays from 8 grams interest you or if you
The public is invited come national clubs to 9 p.m.;SewingClass--
frater-
groups, can strengthen our program
and share the day with us.Two BROWN'S CHAPEL from 9lla.m.
nal organizations and to any- nesday 5 pinochle will your Ideas please contactus
members of the,Florida Conference one he might have a chance to Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor Saturday from 3 to at the aforementioned address -
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will bring the Rosa B. Smith reporter
messagefor meet." 7 p.m. or call us at 634-2651.
the day. Dr. Richard V. The yearbook didn't say so, There will be a Musical Tea These time of swift change
Moore, President of Bethune- but it also can be noted that Sunday, at our church from 4 create problems, insecurityand
Coo k man College, Daytona along the way, he is benefiting to 6 p.m. The address is 1323 challenges which affect Lot 100x150 for church or
Beach, will be the morning Daytona Beach also.As he gets NW 54th St. Following the tea our young people especially, Business on 17th Ave. and
Stst Terr. Corner. Corner,
DR. RICHARD
speaker.Dr. MOORE there will be a Musical program -
and in order to
support for his institution; as strengthen our 50x105, 14th Av. 55thSt.
sagacity to let dissenters, it continues to grow, money is young society's horizons, we Duplex lot. Easy terms.
Moore,the Florida Con- even the fiery kind, have their being poured into the city. Our Ushers'Board will cele- are offering: Ballet,Saturday, We buy and tell. 75x100
ference Lay Leader,serves on say and then calmly go on with There's now nearly $7 million brate their anniversary the 4th from 10 to 11 a.m.; Junior Y- price $1500 with R1 lot.
the Board of Hospital and I the business at hand. in construction at B-CC. Sunday in October and our Wo, Teen Club, Mondays at 5 p.m.; BARON 5381340iMMMHBmHHMI
,Homes; Board of Christian His business: To create an Dr. Moore looks forward to men's Day will be held the 2nd
cial Concerns;Commission on atmosphere: of democracy and great things for Bethune Sunday in November.
Christian Higher Education; dedicaton where in good life Cookman during the next dec- Please pray for our sick and Lincoln Fields
Interboard Commission on can evolve. We speak of ade. In a 10 year projectionplan shut-ins.
Christian Vocation; a trusteeof Richard V. Moore, who this he sees nothing but ApartmentsRESIDENT
Sarah Hunt Methodist Child- year rounded out 20 years as growth for his institution,'and BROWNSVILLE
ren's Home. president of Bet h un e- ones similar to it. Smaller MANAGER

man Co 11 e g e. The 1967"B- classes will fill stillmore BAPTISTRev. 2045 NW 62nd STREET OX 1-8862

The editorial page of the Cean," the college's year- space. J. E. Wright, pastorC. Enjoy Living In our Cool, Clean Apartments

Sunday News-Journal, Day- book, is dedicated to Dr. Mrs, C \bell A. Johnson Culpepper, reporter Offering Many Features'
tona Beach, recently stated in Moore and his outstanding president of the Women's Our pastor along with the
a lead editorial, Tribute to amJ.n family. It notes: "He could be Society Christian Service of members of the Brownsville FREE GAS FREE CITY WATERTile
: he's the kind of man
labeled one of the most successful The Florida Conference of the Baptist Church would like to
who has the courage and the salesman in the state Methodist Church will
bring thank Rev. J. E. Jenkins and Bathroom Free Garbage Disposal

his congregation of Friendship Newly Painted Refrigerator Gas Stove
I Baptist Church for coming and
TEMPLE BAPTIST MT. SINAI Washing Machines Venetian Blinds
SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLY OF THF installing our pastor.
Free Parking Laundry Rooms
BAIIAIS OF MIAMI The Missionary Society, Rev. C. Albury, pastor Prayers go out to the sick
Mrs. Florence Hepburn, pre- Patricia Austin, reporterMt. and shut-ins all around. Automatic Hot Water Heater
Two Miami Baha'is will attend sident, will celebrate its anniversary -
Baha'i Conferences ear- this Sunday with a Sinai is looking forward MT. CALVARY CARETAKERS ON PREMISES
ly this month Miss Olive I spicy program beginning, at to a great day,October 22.We Weekly Rates.
Alexander, Executive Direc- 3:30 p.m. All are Invited. will observe "FellowshipDay Rev. S.Atchison, pastorAt $18.00 1 bedroom $22.00 2 bedroom
tor of James E. Scott Com- The women will sponsor a ." Everyone is Invited to Mt. Calvary Baptist
munity Association, will attend dinner Saturday, at the homeof join in with us on this day.Din- Church the door of welcome Deposit Required
another in Panama City, Mrs. Augusta Clark, in behalf ner will be served. EveryoneIs extend open at all times.
Panama, October 7 12. of Women's Day. Serving asked to cooperate by bring Please pray for the sick and RENTING OFFICE OPEN WEEK DAYS
These, and four other con- begins at high noon. Donationone ing something for the dinner the shut-in.
ferences being held simultani- dollar. Delivery if re- Each member is asked to givea
ously, are being held to com quested. fellowship offering of $5.00.
memorate the opening of Chairman Lula M. Cole-
Baha'ullah's Proclamation of brook and co-chairman E. Let us attend our BTU and .,, i'

the kings and rulers of the Lord, along with their co- Sunday Remember School. the sick and ;I.S MP$ N'S..MARKET.
world 100 years ago,and to inaugurate workers, are expecting great "
a period of procla- things on the second Sunday in shut-ins in your prayers. ,: ,,\ ,

mation of His message by November, the date set for 7466 NW 62 Sri
Baha'is throughout the world. Women's Day. Every loyal JORDAN GROVE ,
The other four intercontinental Templeite is duty bound to

conferences are being held pull and push the program all Eddie Gilbert,reporter Free 696-5777
in Kampala, Uganda, Africa; the way. Delivery

Sydney, Australia, Frankfort, Sunday is Men's Day you are
Germany, and New Delhi, GLENDALE BAPTIST invited to come out and help
India make this program success
Rev. B. L. Turner,pastorR.
is Rev.J. .
Our morning speaker
M. Harrington,reporterIn
NEW MT. MORIAH E. Jenkins. Our evening LINOLEUM FRiHGGSADEAt"
our evening worship there speaker is Rev. S. Atchison.
Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor will be a presentation of the The chairman is asking you to
Evelyn Souter, reporterThe Girl's Auxiliary with our lead- pay your assessment Sunday .

No. Two Usher Board ers of these girls in charge. morning.
will begin their anniversary, This presentation will take the t" 6x9 $88 \;
On the fourth Sunday in last
Friday night, and climax at place of our evening service. r .
month the No. 1 Ushers Board t
3:00 p.m. Sunday The publicis This meeting wil begin at 7.00 V rTi2498
invited. raised $851, on their 10th V' "
p.m.
There will be an after ser- anniversary. Brother Bannis- ;,, ... '
Remember to pray for the ter is president.To vice musical the '
program 1 I" ,
third Sunday night, inbehalf sick in the everywhere armed services., and the Visi-men the sick keep the faith in \:, : >" :" )(! ',,, 3Dz. $1
Men's the ;
our Day, featuring God and you shall be healed. I
C Lord C's. The public is invited tors are always welcome. '; ,

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Our Men's Day will be the SMOKED ,
fourth Sunday in this month, '' --iift
A belated sympathy to Mrs. SAUSAGEMu .
Sallie Henderson an1 family in M ;
.tfBflB: WM M' .

their Remember hour of sick bereavement., shut-ins, ,i .. 99j.1 M'mmm ; \11' : .

bereaved families,our pastor, N ; '
those in the armed services in

your prayers. ,
GRAIN MEATY


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p.m Some of the most out- NOW REGISTERING CHILDREN FOR THE CHICKENBACKS
standing choirs, groups and FALL SESSION SPECIAL
talents have been invited, the
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program will be one of the Time: 7 a.m. until p.m.
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best. We ask your full supportin Address: 420 NW 40th Street
making this day a success.A For further Information com: k ,

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday October 6 1967
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... ..",. .. ""' -r' ''''' '', Masons Hold Executive MeetA '
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LAUDE d 0V Council Meeting including address was given by Grand ; c n .
: Executive Heads of the Free Matron Sister Willie Mae "
BY PORTERM. DAVIT, Jt. and Accepted Ancient York Spraggins of 0 c a 1 a,who em \: c ''r y: i4+a
Masons and< Order of Eastern phasized that we must in this
Star of Florida and MasonicJurisdltlon day be cognizant that new ways
r The word from now on will be"See you at the swank new Incorporated, and Ideas are sweeping the
A 1 r d la n d Supper Club" which is said to be the last word in Prince Hall Origin, National world and in order to stay
elegance and just fabulous. Last weekend marked its opening Compact, United States,North abreast with times we must
with Jerry Butler as star of the show. Among those seen America was held in the conform to such.
grooving with Mr. "I stand Accused Himself were: Miss American Legion Hall 2504 Grand Master Edward F.
Saundra Eubanks, Hal and Barbara Jenkins, Mr.and Mrs. Fair 29th St., in Tampa, last Sun Aldrich then presided over the
of Miami, Al Hastings, Jessie McCrary, Levi! Henry, Mr and day, September 24. business meeting inclusive of
Mrs. Edgar Young, Walter Tucker with Willie Martin M C. Following Registration, the Reports from all Chapters,
Keep your ears op en for announcement. of next weeks attrac- meeting convened at 11:00: Resolutions, Question and Answer

tion.Just a.n. with a grand processionalin Period and private In-
as Porter Davis predicted new emerging leadership full regalia.GrandChapla1n structions.

l arising over the Lauderdale Horizon. Popular young and Brother Moses Davis gave the Present were Brothers t ts 'aM.e iYRa
dynamic Levi! Henry whose letter to the editor in early July : L' .., .
Invocation and the Grand Mas- '
Lawrence Grayson, Jos. 1 JIfWA
t IN5fIN received
so mach state wide acclaim that he has been called
ter and the Executive Council -
Bradshaw, Frank Hendrick,
I upon to speak to civic and social groups like the Rotary Club the welcome address OMEGA FOUNDERS Dr. Oscar Cooper, a practicing -
was given
Hough Blount Moses Davis
,
of Ft. Lauderdale recently. Mr. Henry may well become the the Grand Associate physician in Philadelphia and Bishop Edgar A.
by Willie Dukes Mintos
new and much needed leadership in Broward County which can Matron Sister Ossie Mlntos of James Love, retired Prelate of the Methodist Church, two of
Willie DuBerry, Eddie Floyd,
orbit some real meaningful dialogue between various groups Grand Officers the remaining four founders, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity,
Tampa The
Charles Walker Sisters
whose opinion may or may not vary, Mr.Henry is also the new were then introduced by Grand Willie Mae Spraggins, Grand, made on historic appearance at a fraternity banquet in
moderator for the 1967.68 fall Town Hall series under the Chaplin Moses David who Matron Lillie Reeves, Grand Philadelphia sponsored by Mu Omega Chapter, Two
j chairmanship of Doctor, Gordon A. Merritt. Mr,Henry Is also later presented the Grand Treasurer, Ossie Mintos, ,Associate hundred and fifty Omega men revered these distinguished
(006 congratulated to his recent appointment as Assistant Master, III Edward F.Aldrich Matron, W. A, Hamil- brothers and memorialized the late founders, Dr, Ernest
I, sales manager. Just, famous zoologist and Dr. Frank
33rd who gave the principal ton, Ernestine Hill, Inez Wak internationally
The Fall Ageida of youth activities for the Northwest Branch address. ker Coleman,, head of the department of physics Howard '
Bobby Jean Lewton, Agnes
YMCA has been outlined and now that school is back in.swing The Grand Master cited his- Moyer,Betty Jean Booker, University The, fraternity, founded Howard University:
we're inviting the youth of the community to get on board for tories of past Grand Mastersand Queen Marshall, Claudia in 1911, has approximately thirty-five thousand members -
fun and exciting activities. To name Just a few, the school of their contributions. He Shaw > throughout the United/ States,
Dance under the direction of Mr$. Grayce Hansen w111 be con emphasized the importance of
ducted four afternoons a week each week.Classes injudo and
Karate are in full swing under the leadership of Mr Charlie LOOKING FOR A GOOD
Smith. The Mountain Dew Dance Party is grooving each Sat STUDENT SPECIAL
PAINT & BODY SHOP?
urdav from 12.00; noon to 2:00 p m. with Dis Jockey Willie Carver
Martin of WRBD. YOU'VE FOUND, ITI! Bus ID Photos

Mark Strong will host a dance to be held at the Elks of Ft. Ranches COMPLETE PAINT t

Lauderdale Saturday night, October 7,beginning at 1000; p.m. JOB $29.95All
The United Fund's 1967-68 campaign Is In full swingl! Solicitations of body 'work, 2 For 50*
News types
of major firms began September 5,after training ses- welding car waxing
sions for volunteers, which left them enthused and ready to put By Waller Bow. This ad worth $5.00 on SATURDAY ONLY
the UF "over the top" for the benefit of thirty-seven agenciesIn workKellam's .
the coining year. The general kick-off date for residental The VFW Post No. 5693 of any body JOHNSON OF MIAMI

soliciation is October 5th. OnSeptember 18thevery radio station Opa-locka, held their groundbreaking Alto
serving Broward County began carrying messages from ceremonies at the
f top civic leaders advocating the United way of giving. Alto- Episcopal Church inthatcity, Paint & Comer NW 38 St. &
gether, it looks as though this will be an outstandingly successful or the Church of Immaculate

I campaign. Conception Father Ellsha 12 Ave.
Myra Lentz is on educational leave for one year from the Clark, pastor. Corade Kernel Body Shop

+ Broward County Health Department She will attend graduate Dames Commander of post, 1495 NW 32nd AVENUE
shcool at Chapel Hill, North Carolina. and Comrade Emory Gibson, PHONE: 6354148Emmanuel
#' Cora Bray non has resigned as Assistant County Public comerade James Lucas, PHONE: 693-0097

Health Nursing Director to accept a position In the Nursing comerade Robert P.Jordan,
Department at Broward Junior College. and the ladies auxiliary are

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace and family are visiting relatives in doing a swell job.Congratulation
Augusta, Georgia this week. Their daughter Toni just returned from post 8195 W. Holly-
from the area attending her fiancees military graduation at wood. Robbie L.Brayboy i

Parris Island Marine Corps Base in South Carolina. Commander. #
''vt
Little Kimberly Jones "Kim" of 824 NW 19th Terrace celebrated -
The VFW Post No.8195 will
her first birthday Wednesday,September 27.Kim is the
granddaughter. of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rogers. hold its meeting thisSundayatthe
post on Pembroke Road. //It
Invitations and tickets are out this week for what will be one Members please be present. J'
of the highlights of the fall season, the dinner and fall fashion '. 1(:':\ ,

show presented by "Fashions By Liz" at Pier 66 on Friday The Usher Board of New
October 6, at 7:30 p.m, The events will feature the lovely Macedonia Baptist Church of :
ladies of the Charmettes of Broward County and popular young West Hollywood is sponsoringthe .'
men about town Levi Henry and Al Ford. The proceeds to go United Ushers Union and ,,,', 'w ,
toward a scholarship for a graduating senior entering the field their 9th anniversary. Five

of Horn Economics.The nights of service will be heldas .'
Library program at the Northwest Branch will be for follows: ,
mally opened In early October. Thanks to persons like Mrs. -,"".. ..
Via Newsome, a teacher at Dillard Elementary School who donated Monday night, Oct. 2, New
many books to start the library several years ago and Jet usalem I Baptist Church of
groups like the Jack and Jill Inc.,of Ft. Lauderdale who madeit Dan la and pastor Rev.Tucker.
a special project to collect books and educational periodicals Tuesday, Oct. 3 Rev. Author
and donated them to the Northwest branch. More recently Jackson of Oakland Park.
the Northwest YMCA became the recipient of a large num- Wednesday, Oct. 4th, Greater Churchof
ber of 33 RPM and 45 speed records through the generousityof Mt. Olive Baptist of Ft.
an old friend and donor,added to the present collection, the Lauderdale, Rev. G. E.Weaver -
record section will bequite extensive.Both books and rcords pastor. Thursday,October5th theNazarene
will be on loan to both members and non members of the Hoe Well of Hallandale,
YMCA. Added to the list of persons to thank for helping make Rev. J. M. Moseley. Friday \
the library program a success are Miss Johnnye Woodard of Oct. 6th Male Chorus in chargeOn ':,

West Hollywood, Mr. and Mrs. Cato Roach, Mrs. Madgeline
Rivers, the Wilton Manor Library, Mrs. Daphne Harrison. Oct. 22 Rev. F. L. Car- I
Four sets of World Book Encyclopedias as well as an ATLA S'er of New Bethany Baptist and
Tre apart of the collection at Northwest YMCA. Mrs. Kather- congregation will be in charge 7940 N.W. 15th Avenue

ince King, former resident of the city is also to be commended Dinners will be served on the
on her contribution to the program. 4th Sunday, October 22.
9avitea you to attend tfaU itwica


BLESSINGS BLESSINGS BLESSINGS
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
A GIFT OF PROPHECY
Church School 9:45 a.m.
The man born with the gift, Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon, Georgia. It 'ii
Morning Worship 11:00
through God that I can remove all evil conditions, torn questions you may a.m.
wish to know Do you need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my hus- Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. I
band stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be returned -
? They toll me the (Rootmon), but I am only a servant of God. Because MID-WEEK BIBLE CLASS & PRAYER SERVICES WED., 7:00 P.M. f
God is the answer to all life's problems.I am the king of all modern NURSERY OPEN FOR MOTHERS WITH INFANTS
profits Send 'for my special selected Bible verses. To be reodon special days. I
Send self-addressed stamped envelope and $2.00 for Bible verses and spiritual

message. You will receive Bible verses by return mail. Send to: "A Cwdi&l WtkotMREV. Awai q OUII


REV. ROOSEVELT FRANKLIN

630 MORROW) AVENUE, MACON, GEORGIA 31201 A. C. MOZELL, PastorJ

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I Low Cost Housing For Low Income Families Urged Here i

-
By JOHN A. DIAZ crate income families better Mr. Black informed The ment Authority,Newark, N.J.,
Th urgent need for low cost housing facilities Times that, on a continuous told the conference that in this

rousing for low and moderate The Urban League announced basis, the Urban League here nation the proper dimensionhas

income families i was highlighted that it is adding a special will do follow-up through its never been put on the problems

at the two-day housing service to promote a greater metropolitan housing council, of the poor, and the decaying .
conference held at the Everglades } supply of standard housing for soon to be formed of representative Inner city.

Hotel here last week. low to moderate income fami- local organizations, to
Sponsored by the Dade develop groups that will sponsor Mr. Danzig said that the
Relations lies.Mrs. of low and moderate rioters in Newark "were onlya
County Community Louis Glasser, pres- project -
Board, the conference had yLEE ident of the Greater Miami Ur- cost housing. small percentage of the people
and they were agitated by
participants from civic,relig- ban League, one of the coop-
from outside
people principal.
ious, labor, industrial, banking r erating agencies at the con- LAND SOONVAILABLE "
builders, real estate,city ference, stated that the United ly.
planners, and other groups. States Congress has provided Norman Watson, deputy director "But," added the housing
of Metro's Departmentof
Many government officials legislation to meet the hous- expert, "you can't induce peo-
and Urban Develop-
were on the panel. ing needs of the low income Housing ple to riot unless they have.a

Lee A. Black, a dynamic groups. This legislation is .11'., ..."\. ment, reported that land will cause." He expressed the hope
-- be available for 211
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housing specialist, was one of "' 41:'" known as the Section 221 (d) 3 soon some that one result of the riots
MRS. LOUIS GLASSER (d) 3 projects in the Urban Re-
the key organizers of the con- BLACK program.In would be slashing of govern'mental
newal Area in the Central Negro -
ference. He told 1 The Miami Greater Miami Urban League order to take full advan- must have qualified non-profit red rape in the urban
District.
Times that he was in total accord offered at the conference,that tage of this program, said sponsoring groups to build and renewal program.

with the program the is to give the low and the mod- Mrs. Glasser, the community subsequently to be responsiblefor Lucius Williams, directorof

the management of the the Downtown Development Danzig challenged private

housing units. Authority, urged that the Central enterprise to get on with ttg
I The Time To Prepare For TomorrowIs Mrs. Glasser further stated Business District not be part of the Job of rebuilding the

that the Urban League,throughits overlooked in the searchof central cities. But he added

Today Operation Equality pro- housing sites.GOVERNMENT. that many people are so poor
gram proposes to locate and that public housing will remainthe
The fastest growing: field in taught as a part of the course wing. Both men and women are assist potential non-profit FOOT DRAG- only answer for them.

the United States is Electronics. Advancement is progressive studying in this program. groups wih the problem of get GING CRITICIZED Said Danzig, "There is no
Be a part of it! Get in on through circuit analysis, Classes are held on a 3 or 4- ting organized and subse mystery to getting developersfor
the ground floor! vacuum tube and transister nlght-a-waek basis. These quently qualifying with the t renewal land All you

fundamentals, and basic, and classes are approved by the Federal Housing Administration Louis Danzig, executive director have to do is help them make
The Miami
Senior High advanced circuits and sys- Veteran's Administration and F. H. A. ,Housing and Develop- a buck."
Adult Education Center 2450
tems. It is not necessary to veterans may apply for sub- Those interested, the Lea-
Southwest First St. is offering
now have any experience: in Electronics sistence. gue advises, can get step by
Electronics.a complete course in to begin training. It is There is a $2 registrationfee step assistance by calling 377-

Beginners study possible for a student with for each 16-week trimester 3681, orwr It ing to Mr.Clif-
the fundamentals of A C. ao1 some background in Electronics plus a small materials fee ford I Straus, Housing Specialist -
D C, circuits. The related
science and mthem.itics to skip the beginningcourses each month. Visitor's passesare 395 NW First Street, Miami LOOK WHO'S IN TOWN!
are and start at his own available in the office for .
People Come from other Statesto
level. those wishing to visit any class presently, Metro Dade
this gifted
man
Lecture and laboratory for an evening. For infor- County's Department of Housing see
THE DORSEY classes are held in the new mation, call 443-9341. ;or 443- and Urban Development is THE GREAT "DOC" BUZZARD'S SON
air-conditioned vocational 5226 after 2 p.m. advertising for the sale of land will be at the new air conditionedST.

DIARYDorsey for low to moderate income ANTHONY'S CANDLE STORE

EOPI Legal Director Asks Free urban housing.renewal The staff program for Metro's lo- 199 NW 54th STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA

students will appearon cated at 704 Met r o Justice Call: 757-3691 for Appointment
Station, WKAT, 1360 on Lunches For Kids
7,000 Building 1351 NW 12th Street
,
your dial, this coming Satur- 7 to 10 Mornings 4 to 10 Evenings
will assist potential sponsorsto
day, Oct. 7, at 11:00 a.m. on It was suggested last tues- grams.
become for
eligible buyingthe
Young Miami Speaks. Our ra- day that all students attending "
Dixon said that under the land being advertised. -
diocelebritleswillbe Patricia hard-core area schools be
present system,a school principal
Evans and Andrew Wilkes free J
given lunches. .
is Allowed to inject sown
they are ninth graders. Howard Dixon,executive director "value judgment" as to
TWO other students, former of the Economic Oppor- who is entitled to free lunches

Dorseyites now attending tunity program's legal ser- based on application forms
Northwestern,will also appearon vice, said about 7,000 children
the show. They are Margaret from poor families were beIng The Dade County School
Tillman and Lave r n denied rightful access to Board did not look with favoron

Mer ker son. As EdSullivansays free government foodpro- Dixon's proposal.

"This will really be a w
big show!" All true Dorsey-

ites will be listening to our m I
Presidential physical Fitness CallCHARLES

Winners for their message to
all students in Dade County and

especially the i kids In their : } .
Alma Mater. !

C1r ROGERS
+
Dorsey Parentspleasestand n AT PL 1-7502

by! You will be receivingword
of our first PTA meetingof FOR A GOOD 3UY ON A

the year to take place this PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT

coming Monday night, Oct. 9. STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
Mrs. Julia Tynes, PTA chair- INSTRUMENTS.
man, promises something un- J QUALITY
usual in the way of the first

meeting. SEAFOOD CENTER

Meanwhile, Mrs.Annie Rus-
w
sell, chairman of Assembly

Cormitttee special assemblies announces for two the 5759 NW 27th Ave.

m)nth of October Friday,Oct
6, Mr. M/inolo Reyes will ad-
dress the students and acquaint -
them with the work of 6354794It's

the law and police efforts in a

dem) racy. Highlights of the

program; Slides and film
showing his daring escape
from the Dairy Council will
present the program. 4 a great pleasure to serve you.


DR. C. J. JOHNSONIN
Come to see me.
REVIVAL HERE 1 ,

You .have heard Dr. C. J

Johnson singing,"! want tog 0 You will Quality Merchandise
,
get
where Jesus is," "at a UmF.like 1JWEbIEI1J HAP PIN E S S
this" and other great gospel

songs. Now, you can heal AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
Dr. C. J. Johnson of Atlanta, the cronroodi of N.rih.S.uthxpr..w.y and Always Service With a Smile.
ONLY IS MINUTU ROM ANYWHIRI IN MIAMIr
Georgia in person,singing anc
N.W. 54th ST. & N.W.3rd AVE.
fo CORNER
preaching the old time way,
one week only at Emminue!1 Phone 751-7502 LeonI
Church of the Nazarene, 794C(0 Or2010 Biscayne Blvd FR T-0401-Broward JA 2.5131 I

NW 15th Ave., beginning Mon flit DIUVUY ANtWHIH U.S.A.NfT.tAUDIROAUH03I.lASOlAILVD.MJ.37U.

day night, October 9, at 7:3(0 |
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LOUNGES
THE MANY BUSINESSES AND SERVICES OFFERED BY OUR BUSINESS COMMUNITYWILL
EARL'S petih j
t S. L. McNEAL ZEBRA LOUNGE
Bookkeeping & Tax Service 4400 NW 7th Avenue FLORIST BE LISTED BY CLASSIFICATION EVERY WEEK FOR AS LITTLE AS $5.00 PER

1730 NW 57th Street Earl Edward, Prop. J'lortda GI'T sOrMisml. MONTH ((3 month minimum controct)FOR A THREE LINE LISTING.ADDITIONAL LINES

691.2114 SHADDIE'S TAVERN WILL COST$1.00 MORE PER MONTH. LARGER SPACES MAY ALSO BE CONTRACTEDFOR

SHOPS 6800 NW 15th Avenue AT $1.75 PER COLUMN INCH.
BARBER
Live Entertainment Weekends

BASSMAN BARBER SHOP \list yOU'
.340 N.W. 7th Avenue You con .
6580 22nd -
NW
Avenue "- '
REAL ESTATE MIeTI Floldo \like t"bs 1' : t' ",
John Hokkins, Jr., Prop. Ch.tJ .1ittift Q

CARLTON REALTY business / ,. ,.{7:,,,"Ii \,jilt'J"" ,. J, .,, \," ,WI ., ,
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1262 NW 32nd
Street
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PATRICIA'S INC. THE MIAMI TIMES
5843 NW 17th Avenue LIFE REALTY per month I 6530 NW 15th AVENUE
696.3515 4932 NW 7th AvenuePL
? 9.4371 MIAMI" FLORIDA, 331.7I

i LORY'S FASHION SHOPS "See our ad on page 22"
6112 NW 7th Avenue d} ; Pleas/ 'lit my business your Dade County Business,Directory
Martin W. Smith SHOE REPAIR / and bill" me monthly. '
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JOHNSON & SONS w..0. tr..r
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SHOPS '
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MORTUARY 691.9850 ANYWHERE ,w M ttte 5 et ADDRESS Or BUSINESS
/ 1744 NW 3rd Avenue 14 00 Minimum 219 t'3j4S1'h I
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RANGE FUNERAL HOME UPHOLSTERY 754-8061 Path additiunal, hl\-"""/

5770 NW 691.4343LAUNDRY 17th Avenge- 5509 NW 7th Avenue sl.00 per mottttt '-- i_ _
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CLEANING& For additional information Call 691-0421

WILLIAMS' KEEP YOUR TH E
TAILORS & CLEANERS
DRIVER'S LICENSE
a 1 Day Service Alteration
4842 NW 27th Avenue BEST BUYOF
Phones 634.9251 Miami Muslims Hold 1st Anniversary

DE SOTO CLEANERS
1515 NW 62nd Street THE HOME The Muslims of Muham- ,"

696.0862 OF YOUR CHOICE mad's Mosque No. Twenty- PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE

SEE : nine held their First Anniversary WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI_

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, October 6, 1967 21

Rattlers Pass Defense


Spearing : Looking the


/S ,. with..ml; Sharpened' For Alabama

Y 1 SPORTSWORLD

Tallahassee. A 6'4", 200 a score of 43-26 but the scoreis

pound quarterback from Bir- misleading. Alabama A& M

1 ; mingham, Ala. who acts like came within a touchdown on .

he invented the forward pass two occasions the Rat
BY HARRY SPEAR
; will have the Florida A & Mi tiers needed two more touch Over

-- University secondary working downs in the last five minutesof DY LEO A.RMBRISTER

DOLPHINS A HARD LUCK TEAM overtime this week. play. 1... .----- .
The Rattler secondary was Jackson threw 50 passes,
Saturday I accompanied the Dolphins to New York. I
Last
ranked among the nation's best and completed 19 for 306 yards HIGHLIGHT ACTION OF THE PREPSTERS
visited Shea Stadium and covered the game from there on. In
last season,but Onree Jacksonand and two touchdowns. That was
my opinion, it was "too much" Joe Namaththeir $400,000 the Alabama A&. College more passes than the Rattlershad Palmetto High made a desperate bid for top city rating last

prize. There was nothing he could do wrong.He found his receivers Bulldogs were not impressedwhen seen In one game all sea- Thursday; but could not be denied top recognition by holdinga

at the time. He ran up a total of 398 yards without an thy played FAMiJ in the son and equalled the number of front-running Miami High to a 7- 6 score in a losing effort.

interception before the Dolphins finally picked off one, Jimmy Orange Blossom Classic. passing yards gained by Ten- Coral Gables meanwhile, another city power trampling

Warren getting in the Dolphins' 17 yard line in the fourth The Bulldogs were down 13- nessee State when they played Key West 296 to maintain a number two spot in the ratings.

period. He completed 23 of 39 passes fora total 415 yards. It 0 as a result of two consecutive FAMU earlier in the season. Mays had to relinquish a 19.13 halftime lead when, Coral
was so thick back there that Dick Westmoreland: led the Dolphin
fumbles on the opening The fleet-footed Rattler Park's quarterback Vallone came alive with bulls-eye passes
tacklers with 9 tackles and one assist. This all happenedafter kI c k 0 If s. FAMU recoveredboth secondary Intercepted 26 pas to ends Barry Smith and Larry Elliott, and late in the fourth)

Namath found his receivers. Dick was kept quite busy. plays from scrimmage.But ses last season, second best eriod to Smith for 40 yards, setting up the winning TD. Thusit

Coach George Wilson Sr., said the Jet receivers wouldn'thave the Bulldogs had not yet in the nation. All three deep was the end of a 13-ga me winning streak, which had encom-

been open so often "unless his men were making mis- begun to bark. When Jackson backs, Major Hazelton, Nathaniel passed the Florida Interscholastic Athletic Association championship
takes." On two occasions, throwing once to the left and once
his for last
got throwing arm warmedup James, and Eddie Mays season.
to the right, Natmth connected without a Dolphin on that side he showed the Jackson's Emmett law-
Rattlers why Cooper, are back.In Law emanatingthe authority given a
of the field and both plays went all the way. After all, strange he was ranked eighth in the nation two games, Rattler opponents manpulled a third straight victory from the grasps of Hialeah

things happen in football. We can all find,our mistake out after among small, colleges in have completed only by bitting Donald Reaves and Frank Townsley late in the sec-

the horse runs out of Its stable.The best of team mike mis- passing and 12th in total offense 11 passes in 39 attempts for ond half with TD passes.

takes. The attendance was 61,240 fans, the largest crowd the 116 yard s. But Just like last The Northwestern ,Bulls, were heedless of where, when or

Dolphins have played before. Maybe this was too much for When the final quarter end- year, Jackson and companyare whom as they racked up their third straight victory of the sea-

them Over anxious. Aren't we all sometimes? ed, the Rattlers were on top by probably not Impressed. son defeating the Carol City Chiefs 2013 this time the sec-
The hard luck I want to mention is about 23 injuries. Can
... ond of integrated competition on their schedule.The game was
you imagine all this happened to one team Injured for the sec- changed from night to daylight to minimize the chances of

ond week in a row was quarterback Bob Griese. This time it Cookman rowdyism after the game.
shoulder the first time concussion This happened Hands Albany
was his a slight Allen Phillips, throwing as,if guided by radar, completed 10
In the first of the But by all reports the
quarter game. of 15, two for TD's. The fourth period pass to flanker Larry
said he will be this weekend. We hope so.
doctor ready
Lightfoot for 40
yards was the clincher, as this action took
Other injuries: Mack Lamb had a cartilege pop out in his State Second loss 300Daytona place the score was tied 13. 13.Craig Johnson made the third

knee It was popped back in place.He wore an ice-pack on the attempted extra point good; two previous attempts were nullified -
flight home. Tackle John Richardson, an ankle injury; offen- by penalises.

sive guard Billy Neighbors, rib Injury. The rest were bruise Beach. -Thundering Rams' four. Two plays later Prep schedule for the week: Thursday Killanvs Coral
cases. Tony G r 1 s b y bashed for Stan Phillips jarred off tackle
Gables, Curley vs. South Dade, Edison vs Jackson, and North
I wish to take the trip to New York. I had a wonderful reunion three touchdowns as Bethune- for the second six-pointer. western vs. Hialeah

with my eldest daughter and family after not seeing them Cookman handed Albany State Electing to go for the two-point Friday Norland vs Coral city, Columbus vs Coral park.

for 16 years Also all the old time sports writers I worked with College a 30-0 beating here converson for the second time, Saturday Central vs Mia mi Springs,North Miami vs Miami
Saturday win. the Wildcats missed and tooka '
years back. High, and palmetto vs Southwest. :
Sunday, Oct. the Dolphins play the Kansas City Chiefs on Jack McClairen's Wildcats 12-0 half time lead.

their own grounds. Maybe the Dolphins will spring a surprise. struck in closing minutes of The Rams' defense, led EXCELSIOR LEAGUE SECOND WEEK RESULTS
This happens when It is least expected. WIOD with Bob Gal- the opening quarter after,stopping again by the play I of Frank

lagher and Henry Barrow will broadcast the game at 4:30 p.m., two early scoring threats Brown and Al Denmark, stiffen Cloverleaf Sport Shop 6 2

and WCKT Channel 7 will televise the game after the World by the visiting Ram:\who were and held the Wildcats to Just Bowlers Pro Shop 6 2
their second loss of Yale Organ Cobras 6 2
Series at 430; p.m. dropping one other T. D. In the third
the season against, no wins. quarter-- 11 yard pass The Five Summersetts"I":' .: 5 3

,After stopping the Rams from Clewis Wright,a reserve Thompson Texaco ,.; '-" 'j J V,' .,' f
0. K. DUKE FAVORITE IN KENNEL MEDLEY the Wildcat 34 Bethune-Cook- quarterback, to Cooper .. before Leo's Sport World / < /' 5..*"'..... 3

man marched a 66 yard sustained the flood gates opened in Continental Cleaners .4.;; 4
On all counts, 0. K. Duke,Jr.,has to be considered the early '
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favorite in the $20,000 Kennel Medley happening which gets drive across the Albany the cast 15 minutes for two The Olympics \ 4))* 4
State goal line for their Initial touchdowns and the 30-0 rout. Best Lawn Service 4' 4
under way at Flagler Saturday night and runs through Oct. 28.He's .
with 1:18 to in the Willie G. Jones 3 5
tally play .
front man in the kennel standings has an almost
first bolted Unable to offense Tucker's Famous Foods 3 5
quarter. Grisby generate an
sure winner every round with the hurdler Happed. and he
from the after the Ram had 12 Hogan and Fonda No. Two 2 6
has over one George ? only
good strength in at least two of the other three divisionsof
the four-play stake.If King, the starting quarterbackfor first downs to Bethune-Cook- Hagan and Fonda No. One 2 6

he the W 11 d c a t s,connectedwith man's 22. Going to the air on 9 to 9 TV Drive-In 1 7
has a weakness it appears in the marathon division,
Sammie Cooper for a 36 29 of 45 plays, the connectedon High averagers 180 and up: James Thomas 203 Willie E.
but even here his theorized has shown the ability to win over
class yard pass to the Rams' one Just 7 aerials and had 4 in Robinson, 203, Archie Brown 198, Sam Benjamin 198, John
competition by taking one of three in the recent $5,000
Marathon Stake. yard strip. tercepted. Bethune-Cookman, Green 196, J. B. Harvey 193,Sam L.Stewart 193, W. G. Jones
Moments later in the meanwhile racked 484 189 Tommy Jackson 186 David Hall 185
sec- up Eugene Bootwrlght
But 0. K.'s position is hardly an enviable one, consideringwhat
happened to Ray Randle Inthissamescram')1e last year. ond quarter, 12;43, the home. yards total offense and con 185, Mike Lavendar 184, Amos Walker 182, William Lowry
Wildcats nected on 10 of 24 aerials. 181 Fred Horne 180.
standing were ,
At that time, Randle looked as much like a shoo-In as Duke
knocking at the touchdown Still seeking their first six- Excelsioretts High averagers 150 and up: Bessie Richburg
does now. But the best he could do was tie for fourth money.
When they lined up at thepayoffwindowE'. B. (Happy) Stutz gates once again as Bernard pointer of the '67 season, the 172, Mamie Harvey 162, Ruby Garland 161,Arlena Terry 158.
a Miamtan Rams went to freshman quart
Holly, 185-pound
was there first for the $10,000 winner's cut,Gene Randle was
: back recovered erback Tim Everett in the last A
corner an WORD TO COACH TATE
next In line, followed by B. W. (Bill) Bashaway.
Allen Pounsel fumble at the half of the contest.
Stutz' win was his second in a row. both came as sur- Coach Charlie Tate said that he could not beg, borrow, nor

prises, even to Happy. and both came as the result of his __n____ ___ ___ __ ____ n ____ _____- buy a quarterback, when questioned about the weakness of his
willingness to gamble with youngsters where he figured to be passing attack.

the weakest. This could be very true;this late In the season is no time to

Something like all this could well happen again this time as Last Chance To Register For negotiate for players; but if the good coach can remember to

16 of the tracks top kennels match their best at the 5/16ths, forget some of his prejudices and acquire some good talent

Flagler Course and 7/16ths mile distances. .. plus the hurdle Punt Pass & Kick ContestOnly when it is available regardless of race creed or color, he ,will

specialty which is included in the medley for the first tim find that these players will play their hearts out for him, the

this year.HARRY'S. Hurricanes will be a winner, not merely look like a winner on
week remains for a parent when registering.
one paper, and the Charlie Tate will become the biggest coach in
boys 8 through 13 to registerat Registration ends October 6.
HOT HOUNDS football, In "guts and achievement."
your local Ford Dealer for
Twlnked. should come up with an E marathon win any time. the 1967 Punt, pass and Kick

Cashed a new young one from the Duke kennel.. Looks like Competition.

he'll go right to Grade A. Ditto for his littersister, Cased This year's competition will B

Puppa Bear catch him early on the hurdle course for a be held at Curtis Park, 1901

good price, provided Happed is not in the field. NW 24th Avenue, on Saturday,

Gail's Paul this one from the Oscar Evers kennel is over- October 7, beginning at 9a.m.

due. It is sponsored by sponsoredby

Reviewed. Just down from Grade A. Should win one at Ford Motor Company, the
Afternoon and
Night
5/16th any start now. National Football League and

the 5 local Ford Dealers.All .
LATIN WORLD SERIES AT MIAMI STADIUM boys compete against

others in their own Racing EachSaturday
Miami Mayor Stephen P. Clark will throw out the first ball age groupto
see who can punt and 1 i
and Vice-Mayor Irwin G. Christie will be his catcher in the pass ;
kick a football the fartherestwith
opening game of the first_Latin World Series Friday, Oct. 6, accuracy. There will
at Miami Stadium.
be first, second, and third
Cuba and Dominican Republic teams made up of major lea-
place winners ,in each age
guers of those nationalities will play nightly at 8:00 p.m. Friday
group for ,each Ford Dealer Post Time 2 p.m. and 8 PEgF '
through Sunday, Oct. 6 8, in the three-game series organized p.m.
ship a grand total of 90 "H ., ..
by Tony Perez, Flagler Medical Center manager. < << .
awards In all. This Vy' "
years MIHC$ ;
outfielders Jose Cardenalof
The Cuba team will include "
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awards are large metal tro- AAM1ttEp, H---
California, the Phil e s' Tony Gonzalez, Tony Oliva, of the phies mounted on a wooden ", ', ', kA 0' \o08L, C
Minnesota Twins, as well as short-stop ZoiloVersallesCincinnati's base.

Tany Perez, Berto Campaneris, Paul Casanova and
is
Registration now going on
Some of the stars on the Dominican roster will be the Alou /
at Austin Ford, J. D. Ball
brothers, who will be playing together for the first time, the ''
Ford, Courtesy Ford, Deel 1
Phillies' Ricardo Joseph, Ossie Virgil, Rico Carty, Chi Chi Ford and Ed Morse Ford. All
OIivor Jose Pena and Pedro Gonzalez.
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J JIt BENEFIT RECITALYou OPEN HOUSEThe
North Dade Sunshine
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are cordially Invited toa Civic Club invite the residentsof
Benefit Recital for Florida North Dade to open house,at
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BEING DISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA,
MIAMI HOUSINGPROJECTSVETERANS.CALL 4600 NW 7tk Ave.

TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY.. YOU'RE ONLY A 751-8642
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FOR SALE 2 Beauty Workshops Scheduled 1111

ADS LAKE FRONT HOMES

Built to order Sunlight Beauty School, 1113 at Dillard High I School, 2501

15 WORDS OR LESS $1,50. 50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. 93rd St., and NW'12th Ave NW 3rd Ave., will conduct the NW 11th St., Ft. Lauderdale.
4 left
Only biggest 'working workshop of Beauticians are asked to
DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS, WEDNESDAY NOON Builder 6932631No 9 their tools blocks
1967 on Monday, Oct. ,beginning bring wig
11
- at 9:30 a.m. and holders, and be dressedto
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE closing cost. Fine home for The purpose of the workshopis work.

1250 NW 90th St. 1310 NW 88th St., CBS, huge3 FHA-VA. Oct. list all areas. large family. 3 bedroom, ex- to explain Wig Styling and Gifts will be given everyone

Open Sunday ,3 to 6. Beautiful bedroom, 2 baths, Florida Call DH Archer, 221-5481 tra large Fla. room. Maybe cleaning, hair cutting and from the host, Classic Beauty

3 bedroom, 2 bath corner, FHA room, built-in kitchen, air- Robin Realty, Broker. used as 4th bedroom enclosed shaping, hair growing, and Supplies, 5422 NW 7th Ave.

terms ,$20,000.Tota1 $1,000 conditioned and heat, the very front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile dandruff contrpl. Eva M.Britt,

down, beautiful large living best for FHA value of Lake front home. No qualifying roof, hardwood floor, wall to internationally known hair FEMALE HELP WANTEDNo

room, gourgeous fenced rear $21,000.00. No closing costs, corner, fenced, furn., see wall carpet, fenced. FHA$14- stylist and cosmetologist, is experience necessary, will

yard, a lovely home priced $1,200.00( down (Vets $750)), to appreciate. 1 master: bed- 000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor instructor.On teach. Attractive sharpe girl

right. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, $127.00 monthly A real room, plus 1 regular bedroom, displaced persons $100 Tuesday, Oct. 10,at 9:30 age 25- 35 Good speaker.Good

612 NW 60th St. Call anytime dream see today. Aetna Florida room. Best cash offer, down phone now before it is a.m. the workshop will be held salary plus commission Ap-

751-2243. Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th 624-7834. too late. Atlantic and Pacific ply 10a.m. to 3 p.m. Room 106

St. Phone: 757-5724, open 7 Realtors 666-<1411.
FOR RENT 1005 NE 125th St. Phone 759*
8930 NW 11th ct. days. Truck. '591/2 ton pickup.$250 3349.

FHA terms, lovely 3 bedroom God running condition.6338105. No qualifying. Pretty 3 bedroom Efficiency apt. furnished. $2C)

CBS homo $16,000 with $600 9015 NW 10th Avenue CBS, 1 bath CBS, carport, week no children, shells cit)[r FOR SALE
must such beau-
see a
down a two bedroom attached large yard take over FHA 1 area, very nice.Call 754-6277
garage,
tiful area and a lovely home.A. Florida oak Beds. Chests. Dresser.Phone mortgage already placed between 10 and 6 p.m. "No qualifying" This large,
magnificent room
,
Ben-Kori, Realtory, Call floors tile roof FHA 7585317.Lot $1200 down $83 month pays all large, CBS 2 bed home, Just
,
anytime 7512243. $15,000.00, downpayment$450Vets Atlantic and pacific Realtors. done over In and outFla..

( $100)), No closing costs, on NW62ndStreetbetween18th 666-0411. HELP WANTED room, central air condition,
EXTRA SPECIAL extra,
,reverse cycle, garage,
will and 19th Aves. Call 691-
This
monthly $93.33. one
3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS, Huge sell 0685. Alonzo Kelly. Brand new home. 3 bedroom, large utility in rear big lot!
!
tast.SeetodaylAetnaRealty
garage, plus Fla. room, large 6 2 bath. North of expresswayon Beauticians. Senior or Juniors i Fenced Don't miss it.
0t.
Broker 811 54th :
NW
eat in kitchen on the canal.Lit- ( ), open lot, at 4015 NW 24th, Terrific location for good op. Drive by 1950 NW 55th St, then
St. Phone 757-5724 Open 7 The beauty beauties,3 bed-
tle River Dr. Fully air-con- days., : room, 2 bath, if you are look- Ave., phone builder PL 1-3604 erators. 634-4828 after 5 p.m,, call Fenster Realty PL 9-8779
ditioned hardwood floors. Indef. --

Priced at $22,500 terms. A. ing for something unusual in LAKE FRONT HOMES Waterfront, FHA approved, 3
Truck Driver. Permanent Job.
1151 NW 89th St. CBS 3 bed- decoration of Fla. room then bedroom home Magnificent
Ben-Kori, Realtor, Call any- Built to order
5 day week, high school grad
room, garage, enclosed pool you must see this to appreciate Florida fenced
time 751-2243. room, garage,
93rd St. and NW 12th Ave.
uate. 25 29. Chauffeurs li-
and "oak floors tile roof it FHA approved for
patio, $20,000 yard. $600 down a terrific deal
would believe FHA drive by 8920 NW 8th Ave. Only 4 left cense. Apply 10 12a.m. McKesson -
0 LITTLE RIVER DR. you Builder 693-2631 : Drive by 9310 Little River Dr.
and
Open Sunday 3 to 6 FHA terms,',' $17,000.00. No closing costs, then call Fenster Realty 2nd Ave. An Robbins, 7455 NE; then call Fenster Realty,
equal opportunity
$19,000 with $900 down, 3 bedroom $700.00 down (Vets $300) Broker, 759-8779. Drive by 144 NW 45 St. Ther:I employer. (broker) PL 9-8779.

2 bath on the canal.' $104.55 monthly, first come, phone 666-0411 for appointment -

.: first serve, bring a swimsuit house 2-6 2 beautiful houseson
Large eatin kitchen, indirect Open : Open Sunday CBS :
Live in child care. Prefer elderly -
lighting, beautiful ground. A.. Aetna RealtyBroker( ), 811 NW p.m. 1220 NW 88th St. Owner 1 lot. No qualifying. Takeover I Evenings. 6 to 9 p.m DUPLEX
54th StPhone: 757-5724, open anxious, 3 bed 2 bath FHA 1 FHA mortgage alread,
Ben-Kod, Realtor, Call any- Weekends 6932833.MISCELLANEOUS ONLY $400 DOWN
time. 751-2243. 7 days. home, with carpet, a bighorns placed. $110 month pays all,
Near 10th Avt. & 40th St.
te. Priced right Rear house Atlantic
carp a r so furn. and I

NO QUALIFYINGPrice 1601 NW 93rd St. No qualifying come by S u n d a y to discuss Pacific Realtors. One bedroom, 1 bath each

$7,800 with only $1,200 I CBS, 2 bedroom, carpets, terms. Fenster Realty (Broker Stolen vicinity of 10th Ave and85th side. $86 month CBS

stove, refrigerator, tile roof, 759-8779. St. NW. German Shepherd
down, payments only $81.00 I ) building. Stamp but rent
month pays all. This is a 2 bed- oak floors $13,500.00 total FOR RENT 4 mos. old,black and tan, male receipts. Live rent free.

room, CBS plus Fla room all, price, $115.00 pays everything 1951 NW 152nd Street. Great- with bald spot on insides left Hardwood floors, tile roof.
$1,000.00 down See inside and Furnished 5 room apt. Adult;
est home bargin. Repossession. of hind leg. Reward for infor-
rooms, large dining room,
fenced really a neat property.Call out today. Aetna Realty(Broker Buy direct from bank. No only. 758-3901. mation of whereabout.Call!1 l OWNER 373-3304

on this to see you will like, ), 811 NW 54th St., Phone: closing cost. No qualifying 696-2803.

it. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor call 757-5724, open 7 days. Move: right in.3 bed, Fla room, Room. Single working lady

anytime, 751-2243. oak floors, city water, low with moderate company. 757-

9020( NW 9th Court CBS, 3 taxes. 235-2958. 4149. e..

4 BEDROOM CBS bedroom, oak floors, central EDISON 1 1
heat, air-conditioned, sprinkler Wanted. Girl to share apt. II'early'20's SpecialsOPEN
No qualifying bedroom. LAKE FRONT HOMES,
system fenced wall single. Call 635-
2 bath CBS, plus a pool and lots. yard, Built to order

of extras. This must be seen. to wall carpets, freshly paint 93rd St., and NW 12th Ave. 6934.

Corner lot. Total price ed. No closing costs. FHA Only 4 left AFTER 2 P. M. SUNDAY
$15,000.00 Lovely house or rooms. Furnished -
$17,500 with $3,300 down and. downpayment Builder 693-2631
Call NA 4-4100 or Pi 1 l
assume mortgage. Call on this $450.00, 93.33 monthly. Be 51 NW 68 STREET

it's a beauty and priced right.A. first Aetna Realty (Broker), Drafted 1960ConvertableIm- 4-5613. 3 bedroom CBS, garage, plus carport. Sprinklersystem

Ben-Kori Realtor Call 811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- Air conditioner. Only $350 down FHA.
5724, open 7 days. pala Chevrolet, radio, rear Furnished 1 bedroom apt water Beautifulneighborhood.Convenientto everything

anytme, 751-2243. speaker, heater, power steer- electricity. 775 NW69thSt,.

Duplex. $450 down. NW 32nd ing. After 5 call JE 1-7539. Adults Only. 138 NW 68th STREET

ALMOST AN ESTATE St. near 12th Ave. CBS 2bed- 4 bedroom, plus Fla room. This very large CBS
Best buy on market today.This LAKE home with tile roof.
room each side.$15,000 total! FRONT HOMES Room Nice surroundings.Cal 1 Blingoffered on FHA terms
is an extra large 3 bedroom, with only $350 down. Near all schools buses
Built to order
price, FHA terms. $120 mo. up to 9:30: a.m from 10 p.m. ,
2 bath home double and
carportewall 93rd St. and 12th shopping.
pays all. Call Rose Sundaysand NW Ave. 691-7034.
to wall i carpet, fenced, Only 4 left
nights 757-3887. Central 39 NW 38th STREET

stove refrigerator yer a Dade Realty, Realtors, 814 SW Builder 693-2631 $15 per week. Unfurn. 1 bedroom POOL HOME
home you must see if you have
27th Ave. 443-4489. apt. Free gas and water Large clean home
with two Fla 2
rooms.
reverse
a large family and have a
you 2469 NW 35th St. Cost
Duplex 6039 NW 24th Ave.
lot of living to do.Only$17,600you I cycle air coeds and beautiful pool on adjoining
need down 12 furn. Apts. 8 bedrooms, 4 $18,900, $2500 down. 2 bed- lot Also I has cottage for rental or additionalroom
$4,600 and assume efficiencies Good rooms, baths each apartment Room in private home for a reliable for .
-
of moneymaker your teenagers or would make lovely caI
payments $109.00 a
By owner. $29,500 Mar-Dan Associates, 1698 sober, settled man Cal banna when entertaining No qualifying. Owner
month all. A. Ben-Kori
pays Coral HI 5-2557.
887-1293. Way. 634-9654. hold the
Realtor, call anytime 751- gill uce d to 14500.mortgage. You can't beat this I

2243. Immaculate 2 bedroom bath, Room. Cooking included. Cal:
FHA By owner. 3 bedroom, 2
bath refrigerator stove Fla. room, carport, CBS, tile after 7 p.m. 693-2534. Max DRIVE BY EDISON TO SEE
,
9211 Little River Drive, mag- fenced, sprinkler system, roof, hardwood floor, must preferred. THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES
nificent three bedroom. 2 bath, FHA down veteransor
see $450
wall to wall corner lot. $500 down. $96.21mo. ((1)) CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home plus Fla room
carpets, delightful 19501 NW 38th Ave. 624- displaced person$100downclose Room. Single man. 696-4058,, on beautiful lot. $350 down FHA. Near
features throughout, cen- 3417. to bus, school and shop- schools and buses.

tral heat, FHA $18,400 00, No ping, Atlantic and Pacific Nice room. Man only 69
Closing Costs, $800.00 down Realtors. 666-0411. 3295. Call evenings at 7 p.m 6(2)( ) 3 bedroom, CBS hone, fenced yard, awnings,

(Vets $500)), monthly 11289. Lots. Call 235-4145. 1 bedroom efficiency Call!i I takes $1500 cash down. FHA mortgage already

Act now. Aetna Realty (Broker Home and income. Live rent placed. No qualifying. ,
Boat. 15 ft. fiberglass boat ((3)) 5 units. Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
), 811 NW 54th St., Phone free. Front home 2 bedroom
;': ,
with trailer, 35 HP electric Nice room. Man only 696- home, 2 bedroom home, duplex and cottage,
757-5724, Open 7 days. bath Florida carport.
Johnson motor and 2 six gal room, 3295. Call evenings at 7 p.m,, plus vacant lot. Approximately 1 acre all to-
Rear house 1 bedroom bath
gas cans. $575. 624-3417. gether. Near 36th St. & 12th $27,500
Ave. -
1864 NW 88th St., CBS, fresh- Fla. room, furn. fenced yard.
19501 NW 38th Ave. 1 bedroom efficiency. Cal]1 terms.
ly painted, new roof, 2 bedroom Beautiful. Must see! FHA$15-
7540977.A ((4)) Lovely CBS duplex 2 bedrooms each side.
awnings all around, 500, $500 down $96 mo. Atlantic ,- ,
Have good credit? Live rent FHA terms.
FHA $10,500.00 seller all and Pacific Realtor.
closing costs, $350.00 pays down free. With steady job, buy this $666-0411. 2 bedroom house. 1431 NW ((5)) Looking for a nice lot to build a home? Can
lovely income property. 2 bed- 89th St. 696-0572. (call after
Vets buy ane or two together.WE .
( $100)), monthly $65.11.
room home, plus 1 bedroom 5 p.m. during week.
Hurry! Hurryl! Hurry! Aetna 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, swim- -------

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th apt rental.Ranges and refrigerators ming pool cabanna.Completely HAVE MANY'HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

St., Phone: 757-5724, Open 7 air-conds. Included, furnished. Between $55,000 Two clean furnished rooms in TERMS AND NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
double private home with bath. Men
garage. Only $200 with or without furniture. MO.
.days. down. 1901 NW 88th Terrace. 1-5868. preferred. Call 696-2280 after CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR

(Indef.) 4 p.m. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

810 NW 83rd Terrace. CBS, 3 929 NW 49th St. CBS, 2 large DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
bedroom tile roof A-1 condi- .
Take a look at this beauty. 3320 bedroom. Florida room, din- Individual cottages. 617 NW 8 ,
tion, No qualifying,.move today ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE
NW 171st Terrace. 3 ing room oak floors, $495 Street. FR 1-4620.
Lovely
total price $13,500.00take down LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE US.
move right-in $82
bedroom CBS horns, car- mo.
over$11,500.00 mortgage porte, awnings, sprinkling Owner 6932631. 2 turn apts. 1. two bedroom OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ..
$88.00 monthly
pays every- system, range, refrigerator, large living room, closed in
thing. We can set updownpayment Venetian blinds Low price Very nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath porch. Owner pays light and '

to suit your budget, this why $11,500 only $300 down. Vets home.Walklngdistance to Edison water bills. 1one bedroom, EDISON REALTY Realtors
when
rent can own
you only $100 down Open 7 days. School. $450 down, $89.56 nice location, adults only. NW

beauty. Aetna RealtyBroker( ), LATHAM REALTY month. Taxes extra, by owner 2nd Ave. and 59fc St.Call.691- 175, m 62nd, St 151'2441CLASSIFIED '
811 NW 54th St., Phone: 757- PL 9-0847.
14880 NW 27th Ave. 681-6026 4764.
5724, Open 7 days.


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i 24_ THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, October 6, 1967

FAMU


HomecomingOctober

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14 MECHANICS ,.. Get wlHi 0 growing company! Eastern ,It new
accepting application for future mechanic openlngi from Individual -
Tallahassee, -The theme *with experience the following artoii
for the ann a 1 Homecoming

weekend at Florida A& M University !- A & P MECHANICS
is "FAMU: Expo '67" Must have FAA At lleetwe: Current heavy aircraft line
a M. G. Miles, chairman of the maintenance experience "..'emd. High school gradu
....
Homecoming Committee
,
made the announcement. S SHEET METAL MECHANICS
) The Florida A & M Rattlers Current aircraft or engine overhaul.theet metal eIlP.rl.q1lhcL *
.... .. .,
will meet the Morris Brown Jot rpre'e"eeL

College Wolver ins from Atlanta -
S RADIO MECHANICS
t AeK Ga..in the Homecoming Mart hove tint., wend date FCC Beenie. "refer two
: : contest Saturday, October 14, yean ...... aircraft radio, electronic/ ., navigational/ /
i 2:00 p.m.There. pteM repair experience.AIRCRAFT .

., will be three days of S ELECTRICIANS
activities in addition to the Mutt kovo tint or Mcend ciao FCC llceme. Current otr-.
4 ,, 'r: football game which will include craft electrical .,.... and component! repair experience
) t the coronation of Miss ,;.'erred.

FAMU," the Rattler Strike, INSTRUMENT MECHANICS
and two dances on the campus. Mud !have four yean current aircraft instrument" overhaul
till and repair experience on gyro italic! preuure,'or electronic
? The Florida A & U Univer Inttrunionti.

sity Rattlers will be pitted ELECTRO-PLATERS
1 y y'i against the Texas Southern Must .... two )MIl cwvee* commercial or IndutfrlaloUdrepUtlng
University Tigers In the ..npwsuaS .
Tampa Classic November 25. HELlARC'ELDERS
'i The game will be played in the Mo* hove four yean ...,... .I-ore! welding experience. -
)'f ,. : f s t tf new Tampa Stadium. .
a
MACHINISTS

I'' S 18 Years of Responsible Mull hove four yean current dtverttfttd Industrial
Building Service to perience on all machine ihop equipment.

The Community LOOK AT EASTERN'S BENEFITS

When Buying or Building o w.,. Ratet Starting_ $3.53 per hour with periodic
intreoiet up to $401 per hour lie lie shift
S yS _+ CALL STANLEYPL differential for afternoon and evening thiftt.
Paid vacation,holidays and tick'leave.
e Hoipltallsatlon, major| medical, surgical ft life Inl .
'1-3604 (trance.
e Retirement Plan.Tuition aid.
Beautiful Homes lxtoilv travel p......
I Built on Your K yea, with to apply,(...pl...the c.o.. below and tend ItEastern
igi Lot or OursAttractive SW

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rations and Air Linosfimployment
Additions
l Office
Lot us DemolishYour
Representatives from 20 "Trouble in our Streets_ youth motivation seminar, was Worn OutHouse International Airport
Miami, Florida 33148w.
1 national public service organizations Some Positive Approaches," explained by Howard B. and Builda
attended Delta was the subject of a luncheon Woods, editor-inichief i of Homo Lovely Now will tend you an application to cempleto and

Sigma Theta's 29th biennial session held at Delta Sigma Pittsburgh Courier. The development Call Us for pacts About return to 01 for precenlnq.
convention in Cincinnati as ob Theta's five-day convention in and growth of Jet Building Nome,..

servers. Above two of them Cincinnati. It brought together Foods, Inc., the only national 1 Good Bank Financing Street Address ,..............,..,.....
talk to Delta's national president three distinguished leadersand Negro supermarket chain designed -
and executive director. initiators of positive pro- to serve Negro areason STANLEY BUILDERS, City/Stole/ ....."......., Zip .....,.,. .. t.,

(left to right) Mrs. J. E. grams aimed at solving the a self-help basis, was described Inc.Licenied Petition Applying For .......... it;;. ..
i, Luken, fourth vice presidentof problems that cause unrest. by its owner, HermanT. Insured A. le.ee. Opportunity Impleyor
the Girl Scouts America, Chicago's "Keep a Cool Sum- Smith. 888 N. E. 79th Street T.I A PI.! .. for rreireli Comtiny
Dr. Geraldine Woods Delta's mer" campaign was described Miami I, Florida ,
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national president, Mrs. by John H. Sengstacke, Above (left to right)HermanT. -. -- ---- -
James N. Dolby, national president and publisher of Smith, John H. Sengstackeand
president of Church Women Sengstacke Publications. "Op- Howard B. Woods seen to-
United, and Mrs. Hobart Tay- eration Cool Summer," Pitts- gether at the Delta Convention WHY NOT DO YOUR
lor, Jr. Delta's executive di- burgh's summer program before the luncheon discus-
rector. which culminated in two-day sion.

-- BANKING AT LINCOLN?


I Congressman Say Hud Not Carrying Full Banking Service .



Out JFK Housing Program With Hours Tailored :


summary of the recom- quate equal opportunity train- To Fit YovrConvenience
this was included in Ing for all field staff.
t e r s to the Secretary of 4. Greater publicity and In-
Hon and Urban Develop dentificatlon of government-
and the Administrator of assisted housing with equal
out Affairs. The sum- opportunity specifically directed -
was as follows at
minority com-
der munities. FULL BANKING FACILITIES *.

Fleldi investigations by statement of equal Mandatory opportunity OPEN MONDAY THROUGH ; ,,i! t r,,,
and VA in preferrenceto i
new policy In realtor and builder FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO
case/ complaint method
of advertising of Government- 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY
determining where
tion
or open discrimination assisted housing. EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M. 5,

including testing, and 5. A requirement that only UNTIL 8:00 P.M.5 '
investigation of vio realtors who do all of their
F. business on an equal opportunity DRIVE-UP WINDOWS WILL BE
*" Precise definition of basis have the privilege of OPEN ON SATURDAY FROM

15 1 opportunity standards managing or resellingacquired 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON Jacquelyn Davis started as a DCT

the housing Industry, in properties for the govern- FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK Trainee with Lincoln National
the specific sanctions for ment; better scrutiny of broker -
Formalization of practices in the sale of acquired TRANSACTIONS ONLY: in September of 1965.

ad e discrimination"A properties. RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS After graduating from Miami North

the Expansion and greater 6. Substantial expansion of CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK western High School she began
The of equal opportunity staff VA equal opportunity staff, or
HUD h e Investigation and en- transfer of these funcions to CUSTOMERS working full time. Jackie now posts

ing process; more ade HUD. RECEIVING LOAN the General Ledger of the bank

N. PAYMENTS and related records, as well as

!In customer service.

NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
is
to NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Lincoln is Your Bank. Use it/Ii

COOKS BUSBOYS
not
DISHWASHERS PORTERS

GAS STATION DRIVERS LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
and HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID SAl
'have
tion. Employment ServiceOver [ ] OF MIAMI
"that First fully integrated bank in the entire Southeast-
even 20 Year Service In Miami right here In the Edison Financial Center

714 NW 6&d Street 758-7663 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue 'ho".7594431i

ence 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8332