The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. 45. No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1967 24 PAGES 15d


\'. It, rrt I Mrs. Range Leads AllY ,a

: Candidates With 26,430 '

: Mrs M. Athalie Range made history Tuesday--she became

I...'' .....'a Miami's first elected Negro City Commissioner what's I
& more important;: is that she was elected with a substantial majority .
of the white vote.
Voters apparently looked at the qualifications and the good ;
o ,1Is Job done by the incumbents, in voting Tuesday.All three can- .
didates that we endorsed won--two of them Mrs. Range and
Mayor Steve Clark, handily. Maurice Ferre also won election
without a run-off.
; '( Mrs. Range has held her commission_ sea t by appointment to
the vacancy created by the resignation of Sidney Aronovitz in
I' February 1966.She received wide slfROrtfrom the entire Dade
.. community, including the endorsement of both daily news
a i id papers, The Miami Herald and The Miami News. Among her
large campaign contributors were several county commissions -
;,s "
Mrs. Range, the top vote-getter in Tuesday's election, lost i
:i by only 1,400 votes two years ago, but this time she won witha
.' plurality of more than 21,000 over her closest opponent.
4' t 1 1T f The 16th Negro to campaign for election Mrs. Range deserved -
f F '$ the vote she received. The dedicated and gallant ladyof
f E the city commission is to be commended on her election.

Mayor Clark surprised pollsters and won,.easily by about
t r +s .iV \ 23,000 votes over his closest opponent. He deserved election \
'"',I, to the mayor's post he has held,since the untimely death of '
: ; Robert King High. '
,. The other Negro that ran,Thomas K.Washington,ran a poor '
fifth in a seven-candidate race. Washington, running for pub-
I: v .r r M 4 lic office for the,first time, polled about 1,900. In our opin- -
'I ion., Mrol Washington ran too soon for a man that does not reallykaow'the \
';iJt: ,Miami community. On repeated occasions throughout ,
t !' the campaign made poor showings before the public. '.
He should never, have run at all, but since he did we hope be
has learned a good lesson-the Negro voters of Miami are too
sophisticated to vote for a candidate merely because he is a
Negro.-That's no reason to vote for a candidate--we want the
best man qualified for the community as a whole. This decision
should not be made on the basis ofrace, but rather qualifications -
Mr. Washington was not qualified we are afraid.


Washington Tells

i FHA, 'House


'i -6 Negroes Or Quit'Because

ry of disclosures zeal for these causes. If you
I made In a recent survey made cannot give this much to your
by The Federal Housing Ad- positions of leadership in the
ministration in regard to Ne- department, I suggest that,in
gro occupancy of federally good conscience, you should
y CITY COMMISSIONER ATHALIE RANGE insured housing, the Deputy step aside for men who can
of in these
Secretary the Departmentof provide leadership
Housing and Urban Develop areas."

; Model Cities To Benefit 80,000 FHA ment,that warned unless employes they make of a Maloney also warned ,his

greater effort to provide hous- men that the agency should

I', An estimated80,000 Miaml- but its Congressmen said the units of public housing. counseling and a centralized will ing for have minority to be replaced.groups, they either in providing take a more housing vigorousrole op-
ans were promised last week Initial grant will not be far Special attention will be paidto manpower center to coor- portunities for Negroes, or
that they will benefit directly from that amount the effects of a guaranteed dinate training, remedialedu- The warning was sent to 76 "call it quits."'
in one of the 63 Model City The "model city" programis annual income and data pro- cation and Job placement pro- cities inblunt language by
programs Uncle Sam is plan- a totally new federal ap- cessing to schedule relocationand grams. Philip J. Maloney, second in- Declared the Deputy Secre-
ning for the nation proach to correct urban blight.It service. After a one-year preliminary command of the department tary, "These are critical "
Last Thursday Dade was calls for using all means Being considered in the planning, Dade will sub- headed by Secretary Weaver, times for FHA We must either -
told to begin planning the phy- public and private-- to physi- plans are "little Schools' for mit a five-year,multi-million in a speech delivered at a con- produce, as we have before -
sical and social developmentof cally and socially rehabili- four to seven year olds,a par- redevelopment plan for approval ference of the agency's under or we are an agency with
the nine square mile area tate an area.Miami's ents clinic to provide family writers and district directors. little future."
bounded by the Airportand the model city area has ____m _______

North-South Expressways, $30,000 and$40,000 homes and $100,000 to Poor From Stokes Negro leaders in the civil The housing agency has been
79th St. and NW 37th Ave. there are no slums;but it lacksan rights movement have termed criticized by a large number
The county was named by the its schools are CarlB. last week's election confirmedS this the
open space, Cleveland Mayor speech as most forceful of Negro leaders, who charge
Federal Government as one of overcrowded, cultural facilities Stokes said Saturday he t 0 k e s' victory over Repub- one on open housing ever that the Executive Order of
63 U. S. cities to participatein are at a minimum, 16per plans I to use an estimated lican Seth C. Taft. delivered by a federal officialto 1962 forbids discrimination in
its new "model city" pro- cent of the houses are substan- $100,000 in proceeds of his inaugural his subordinates.Said federally insured housing and
gram. It has $11 million in dard and it has a high crime ball tobuyclothingforschoolchildren Political and social leaders gives the government various
planning monies and$300 mil- rate.The whose families attending tile ball paid as muchas the official, "You have for m s of leverage over developers -
lion available project funds. emphasis will be on are on relief. $200 a couple for tickets been measured and found who exclude Ne-
Dade had asked$291,365 for building better housing at About 5,000 persons atended gale $5 ticket holders watched wanting." Urging them to groes. They can be excluded '
planning. It has not been an- prices the people in the area the ball Friday night after a from balconies of the ball- "measure up," he added, from federal mortgage insur- i t'
nounced how much it will get, can afford, including 2,400 recount of the ballots cast in room. "Manifest your loyalty and ance.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967 .. ,. _

I Florida High. Court Sends Pitts-Lee C ase BUCK io, xounty I IAt

a trial that was to hear There a now five new law-
Two Negroes who have' een r tordlngot the state's' wit changed his plea and that there that their confessions were evidence of mitigation,the petition yers defending Pitts and Lee
sentenced to be executed for ness. When Lee said that he would be a conflict of Interest.It never even coroborated witha claims that Turner pre In efforts Ito save them from
the murder of two white gaso- was innocent, Turner and the was then that Pitts, believing single piece Of physical evi sented no mitigating circum execution.- T'b I s sensational
line station attendants for police, the petition claims, that he had no choice,: dence. stances. On the contrary,it Is murder trial: was played up in
which a while man has already said that he was lying. It was and afriad that he would not be The original attorney for the claimed by the defendants'new the news'thin' year when fur-
confessed and who are,being then, claims the attorneys for represented at all, agreed to defendants never filed any mo- he placed them oil thef 'i investigations revealed
defended by the nation's ,most Lee and Pitts,that Turner told pie'a a guilty, the petition tions in the case; that he con- the attorneys stand,and require them to that' 'somtftnlng "was wrong
prominent trial attorney,were Pitts that he could not represent claims. ducted no investigation aside their confessions. In Denmark;"
refused freedom Tuesday by him because Lee had The petition also points out from talking to the police. repeat
Florida Supreme Court. .- I
The defendants, Freddie
Pitts and Wilbert Lee, were i
convicted when they pleaded
guilty to the murder charge
four years ago.Defending "
Pitts and Lee Is 1 Vop, H >.
Edward Bennett Williams, the
most prominent trial lawyer In
the nation lie Is assisted by !
four other attorneys.The ;:
;l y p
state's highest tribunal "
told the two defendants that tY, r \ > A
they must take their case to the
Gulf County trial court where "
they had confessed and pleaded : ,,
guilty to the crime of kid +
and murder.In .
nap I "
petitioning the court fora r :;!, : '1"
writ of habeas corpus, the "I
Negroes' lawyers have accused :

the lawyer who defended' h : _
them as "grossly Incompetentor :' i -
derelict. wll'PV 1 +,1/ IH'I.
One Curtis Adams has con \
fessed to UE killings.He Is now + 1R t t tV y
at Raiford prison for the murder i1i Y'', ,
r M
of another gas station attendant _
near Fort Lauderdale.l)
The petition to free the two '
convicted men was heard on .... t-/i.: .
Monday. It set out a day by day f s
chronology of what happened I )' 1d / ,
after the arrest of Pitts and
Lee on August until they were
sentenced to die August 28. '
They bad confessed to the r 1 .
killings, but said the petitionto t f AT
free them, the confessionswere
products of physical violence -
mental coercion,cajolery -
lies by police officers and
prolonged'incommunicado detention
protest in their petition the
role payed W. Fred Turner, : t tF
thelawyer who first defendedthe
young men.
Pitts and Lee,'according to
the petition told their original:
lawyer that they were innocent
even though they had con-
The present attorneys for
Pitts and Lee claim that '
Turner questioned them separately ( //1f
but permitted police
officers to participate.This .
Is what Pitts'and Lee's .
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the petition claims,the police, _
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nal lawyer himself said Lee Saving Security Earning
was lying.
Continues the petition,

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967 3

New Approaches Needed To, National Meeting on Child I

i 1

Solve Family Problem"We Discrifnnafionere :

non Carter, Virgin Islands
"The Effects of Discrimination
Commission on Youth.; Mr.
Upon Children andYouth"
are faced with stresseson quently, tend to fragment, to will be examined at a Donald Salinun, Director of
the family awl!the qualityof atomize, the family, treating the Department of Civil
6-day meeting sponsored by '
family life wjilch are kis* separate members as isolated the National Conference of Rights, AFL-CIO.Washington -
torically unlquetfft f Whitney M, entities. We must come to D. C, and Miss Mary E
Christians and Jews November
Young, Jr., executive director regard the family as the hub of 26th through December 1 Blake, Children's Bureau,De.
National Urban League, the wheel, see its multiple partment of Health. Educationand
at the Sea Gull Hotel in Miami
said Tuesday in an address before needs as the spokes, and de- Beach. Welfare, Washington, D. C
the biennial meeting of INN w. vise multi-service programsto The Conference will closeon
the Family Service Association strengthen the total family. youth serving agencies Friday afternoon with a
of America. "We must be mature enoughto summary of the 6 dayconclave
throughout the country will
admit that old approaches and recommendations from
participate in the annual con-
the of
"They are product
are not good enough, that new the group discussions by Dr.
bigness, complexity, technological ference, announced by Dr.
methods have to be developed, Eagen.
James M. Eagen, National
change, urbanization,
that even experienced social The Florida office of NCCJ
and value Vice-President of NCCJ and
depersonalization workers will continue to need has awarded seven scholar
the co-chairmen of the Florida -
systems which too often collapse

specialized training and that ships, Judge Atkins and Mrs.
Board of Governors of
under It is
pressure. a must submit to Wolfson announced.The .
we constantly DR. JAMES M. EAGAR
NCCJ Federal Judge C.Clyde
truism to that ,
say our societyhas
women's division
critical evaluation and re- of the
Atkins and Richard Wolfson,
produced material goodsin WHITNEY YOUNG, JR. spond to.demands for adapta- Nationally known speakersand Florida Board of Governors
plenty but it has not produced Senior Vice-president of Wo-
panel discussion leaders of NCCJ will host the affair
contentment, happiness in expand. tion."Where established institutions metco Enterprises. include; Dr. Joseph H. Doug- and arrange the opening re-
"We need radical new Dr. will be the Institute
satisfaction approaches Eagen -
any large measure, or lass National Institute of
are failing the family, ception which will take place
to the solution of
Director of the conclave
life the ,
affluent. even among family. We must not direct our as the public school systemsare held annually for the past Mental Health, Bethseda, Md.; Sunday evening, under the co-
attention to government alone. generally failing the child several years. Dr. Harry Bakwin,past presi- chairmanship of Mrs.
of the in the dent, American Academy of Charles 1
ren ghetto, we vol- Edward Enteline,
"The factors in our society We must call on business and
which militate against healthy industry, on the educational untary social work agencies pediatrics and Dr. Ernest O. (7420 NE 8th Avenue, Miami);

family life are no respectersof institutions and on the religious have an obligation to devise POST OFFICE Melby,.Professor of Education Mrs. Aaron Farr, (934 79th
class or of economic con institutions to examine programs that show that the OBSERVESTHANKSGIVING Florida Atlantic University Terrace, Miami Beach) and

dition, although those at the their policies practices job can be done and, In the pro- DAY Other leading speakers at Mrs. Stanley Milledge, ((3535
cess, exert thepressures the Institute will be: Mr.Ver- Hiawatha, Miami).
bottom of the ladder,the poor, for the effect they have on
to create postmaster E. M. Dunlap
necessary important
-- ----
and specifically the Negro family life
announced that the post
changes in major institutions. today
suffer disproportionately
poor from, social onslaughts on "We must not view the family "The job before us is enor office will be closed Thursday, SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY
in isolation. We must relateto mous. It requires no less thana Nov. 23, in observance of
family life. 1113 NW 3rd AVE. FR 4-9998
the broadest issues of so- total look at the total society. Thanksgiving Day.
'The signs of social stress cial policy in education and The time has come when we Service will be limited to the Through Its Advance Course, nowmokei it possible

and the collapse of earlier val housing, in employment and must unite in a call for a com- delivery of special deliverymail (for you to learn In a few short lessois.;

ue systems are vividly evident taxation, in economics and urban prehensive national policy on and mail willbe collected ((1)) Advance methods In hairstyling ((2)) Hair and scalp

among white middle-class planning, in all matters of family life. We can no longerbe from street collection boxesin analysis ((3)) Correct pr endures and techniques for
youngsters among the Hip- health and public welfare. content with a piece meal accordance with the holiday permanent (chemical) hair straightening ((4)) Improved

pies with their sorrowful com Present practices, all to fre- approach." schedule posted on each box. methods in thermal hair culture ((5)) How to eliminate

bination of a love of beauty anda failures in hair coloring ((6)) Hair cutting techniques

dependence on drugs, in the ((7)) Make up. How to blend and match make-up suitablefor
'Concrete MonstersTo
soaring rate of run-away 65 individual skin tones. How to apply eyelashes,
children from middle-class and eye brows ((8)) Correct sitting and standing pas

homes, and the complete dis- Be Torn DownHe ture ((9)) How to handle commercial I hair (wigs, etc.)

avowal of traditional American Soles and services. Expert matching, blending, color
standards and mores In changing their mind about of the questions under consid- said that the 65 buildings ing end styling techniques.Look .

among the young intellectualsof rehabilitating some of the eration. contain some 800 units but only for Beauty Forum Coming Soon

the New Left."Among "concrete monsters" in the The policy change would about 400 families are now living Nam . ... .. ... .. .. ... . . .

Negro youth, we urban renewal housing area, cost about $1 million more in them Rehabilitation (Address . . . . '.' . . .
Dade housing officials have now, "Little Hud" Director cost has been estimated at$4.4
see alienation of another sort, This coupon is good for face value when tuition Is paid
decided to tear down 65 of Hewy Sofge said, "but be a lot:: million
alienation bred of generationsof them. cheaper in the long run" be-

discrimination and oppres- Since the program has been cause of improvement of the
sion, venting Itself in anger, transferred to the new Hous- area.
cynicism and despair, giving ing and Urban Development "It means better land use FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS

rise to violence and the threatof Department, what to do with and an entirely different ar- AT MODERATE RATES-CALL
violence. And the grim gap the huge, unseemly depart chltectual tone to the overall
between the races continues to ment buildings, has been one development," he said. --

Meeting with Sofge Thurs- BONDED
day were federal officials who

............-..........-.................. have already approved demolition -
of the structUres.The _

"Your Credit/ |I!= 500-private director apartment said that pro-new RENTAL

jects geared to moderate income -

families and 50 public AGENCY
; O.K.
is atCREST" I housing units for low income ,

'i" families will replace the
::t .. : buildings torn down. At4Iur L-
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E Metro has paid about$4 million -
..-."...._........................._.........0. to acquire all but 15 or 20 o yet .
of the 65"concrete monsters' -
in the first urban renewal pro- To Xf n THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, November 24, 1967 -


BY GARTH C. REEVES By Whitney Young, Jr.

Executive Director
o ffI eel 6530 NW 15th Av... Miami, Flo. 33147-PhonwI691.0..21 National Urban I'el8OeA'recnt

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publlshor City And Metro Do Nothingto
GARTH C. 'REEVES, Managing-Editor article in the Wall Street Journal reported that

STANLEY I. SWEETING. Thootrleol ,Editor some of the brightest college students,ar.etUfqffigthe1r backson
Notional I Advertising Roprosontotlvo Save Poverty ProgramMore careers In Industry. The feeling among these top studentsis
Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. that big business is just interested in making profits and
310 Madison Avenue, Now York, N. Y. 10017 than 850 war on poverty workers are "enjoying" couldn't care less about building a better world.
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association Thanksgiving holidays with no pay check.They havell't had one They are no longer asking how much money they can make.
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 In the past four weeks and the local poverty unit director Rich They now want to know how they can put their brains and ener-

SUBSCRIPTION| RATES ard Weather ley told his employes this week "there'sno sal- gies to use In solving America's social problems.The report
ONE 'YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 ary In sight." found that those companies which are Involved In social action
We can't help but wonder why the Dade community, and in programs have the easiest time of recruiting the best students.
Entered a. Second Class Mattor, August 9, 1927 at the Post
the MiamiCity Commission does not take more significant One company spokesman said that: "Our involvement in job
Office at Miami, Florida! under the act of March 8, 1876 particular
action than merely initiating a drive to raise moneyi training and poverty programs has made it much easier to attract -

The NEGRO"CREDO PRESS OF believes THE NEGRO that America PRESS"can best load for the poverty unit. Some weeks ago, we read in the head- liberal arts graduates." But other companies are having
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto lines that the commission would coordinate drive among local their troubles. When a Harvard student asked a company exe-
every man regardless of his race creed or color his human business leaders which would raise some$200,000 for the cutive what his concern was doing for Negroes the man said
and legal rights. Hating no man, tearing no man..the Negro war on poverty,..but to this date,we have heard nothing more that two Negro elevator operators had just been hired. "That
Press strives to help In the firm belief that all
are hurt as long as anyone ovory Is hold back. men of the campaign. How much money has been raised by the company doesn't stand too highly with students, to put it
Commission? To the best of our knowledge -. nothing.We mildly," said a Harvard dean.
can only wonder If the headlines were merely headlines This is the kind of news that has to make businessmen sit
!Ie :iditor' :JNotebaob A the midst of a seemingly-close election campaign.But up and take notice. They have to understand that if they want
while we must condemn the Citycommissionfor its Inaction to attract top people, they will have to offer work that is chal-
MONSIGNOR WILLIAM BARRY we cannot forget the MetroCommisslon. The Metro lenging and Important. And they have to understand that unless

Msgr. William Barry of the Roman Catholic Church, died Commissioners have shirked their duties totally. The com- the deep problems of the cities are solved, their own business
Friday, at St. Francis Hospital.His funeral was held on Tues- mission, during the week that the war on poverty unit was fac- interests will suffer.
day following a requiem mass at St. Patrick's Church, Miami ed with bankruptcy, did not make a single utterance about the Ironically, many of them do take part In progressive pro-
Beach, at 10 a.m. Bishop Coleman Carroll was the principal program. The value of the program to all of Dade County is grams. Many run Job Corps camps,have training and youth
celebrant. Thirteen priests celebrated mass atthesametime.Burial immeasureable, yet the Commission did not even see fit to incentive programs, take part in citizens groups like the Urban
was in.Our Lady of Mercy Cemetery with the Walsh recognize that there was a problem-.neither did they lend a Coalition and have special programs to hire and train minority
and Wood Funeral Home In charee. hand of assistance as many City Commissioners did. To oar group workers.

Msgr. Barry,.81 years of age, ,had.served 40 of those years way of thinking, this is not responsible leadership the partof To take just one example, the Ford Motor Company recently -
as a priest. He was well known andhighly respected throughout the county commissioners--far from it. went into the ghettos of Detroit to hire 6,500 workers

our state.In Mr. Weather ley has said that it maybe ten weeks before the through local poverty centers Instead of hiring halls.And they
1953 he received the title of Prothonotary Apostolic Ad local war on poverty workers are paid. Ten weeks? Most of did away with the biased tests which usually freeze out Negro
Instar by Pope Pius xu--the highest honor given to a monslg- the 853 poverty workers are from the slum-ridden areas of workers.But .

nor. the county. More than 75 per cent of them as a matter of fact. many companies just don't get their message across. A
Among his accomplishments are: Bull din g St. Patrick's These people just cannot afford to go without a single paycheck public opinion poll asked whether any corporations are activein
Church and St.Francis School,St Francis Hospital,Barry College --much less no pay check for a total of 14 weeks. This is ab- the poverty program. Although many are active in it, only
St.. Patrick's School,several other churches and a Catho- surd. How can anyone expect these people to remain with the about one out of every seven people questioned knew about it.
tic residence for women. program without pay this long. There Isn't even any guarantee Obviously business Is having trouble getting Its story across.
that they will receive their back pay when they are eventually Some businesses spend millions of dollars in advertising,but
BISHOPS LATIN AMERICAN MEETThe paid--to say the situation is bordering on the realm of crisisis try to keep their good deeds a secret, even though they would

Second Inter-American Bishops meeting of the Roman putting it mildly. probably pay off better recruitment as well as customer inter-

Catholic Church, with Miami's Bishop Coleman,acting chair These workers have mortgages to pay, rent to pay, food to est and loyalty.
man of the United States Bishops committee for Latin America buy, children to clothe, and billsto pay--and don't forget that Spreading the word about their social action programs and
will lead a delegation of American prelates to Latin America Christmas is coming In just four weeks. What kind of Christmas hiring practices could also Influence other companies to take
to participate in the Second American Bishops Meeting can these people expect to have? None, absolutely none. another look at what they are doing.
scheduled to be held In Santiago, Chile, Nov. 28December Some corporate presidents are on a lot of important civic
The fate of the war on poverty has been clouded even more
1st. committees working for and have out
they put very
Claude Kirk'soffice
with a recently-initiated investigation by Gov.
Enroute with members of Latin American hierachy, the U. impressive rules about company hiring practices. But when
into charges immoralityagainstastaff (high
S. prelates will visit Brazil Argentina, Uruguay, Peru and, you'go down the ladder a few notches, you find that their own
believes the is to
ranking). Weatherley Governor trying take
Columbia for view
first-hand conditions in South American' plant managers and middle management executives pay DO attention -
over the and we must because we don't be-
program, agree
countries and fo determine the best ways in whichtheU. S. to them. If companies are serious about changing their
lieve the deserves the harsh
program attacks that have been
Catholics can assist the Church in Latin America. they've to make that
got the
ways, sure everyone down t 0 re-
heaped on it. If there Is a member of the staff guilty of the
ceptionists In personnel and the line foreman know about it.
he sould be dismissed and the
charge, poverty program con-
METHODIST BISHOPS MEET Too many other companies aren't willing to change, even
tinued--after all one man doecnot discredit the entire program.
Meeting in Miami or rather Miami Beach, at the Deauville Yet/'it would appear to be the case this time, as the governor now. They still fight programs to improve the lot of Negroesand
Hotel this week the Council of Methodist Bishops numbering' Initiates his probe. other minorities, discriminate in their hiring and promotion -
90, 21 of them were from overseas. and in general act as if they lived a century ago.
The president of the council, Bishop Donald H. Tippett of Friday the poverty unit workers will march from the court- But they are a growing exception to the current trend In
San Francisco, was the principal speaker.Dr house to the Torch of Freedom In support of the war on povertyunit. American business. Few elements In American life have re-
It is our hope that it will be a peaceful march, but how sponded to the of
James H. Henley Lakeland Bishop of Florida was host challenge our urban crisis so well as the top
for the council meeting. Music for the occasion was providedby long can it remain peaceful in Dade County,with attacks con- leadership in the business community.
the choirs of Florida Southern College and the Bethune- tinuing from state and regional poverty officials?We can only They know they have to do this because their business depend -
Cookman College. warn the people of Dade County that unless this program getsa on a healthy social and economic climate.They also know
fair shake, it'll be a hot time in Miami this winter. We hope that they have a duty to be responsible corporate citizens,
POLITICALLY SPEAKING not, but you cannot continue to deprive poor people of help theyso playing a constructive role In their communities. If they don't,
desparately need and expect them to remain quiet and cool.
they are nothing but economic
Cleveland's Ma>i r carl B. Stokes saidhe will use $100,000in parasites.
proceeds of his Inaugural ball to buy clothing for school
children whose families are on relief. I
Congratulations to the Bush Family of 3ulO NW 49th St., for r '* MOMAM GEORGE EUOT V .W
having won the honor of being Family the Year. This awardIs

given by the Greater Miami Urban League, Mrs. Louis Glas- '
ser, president.Mr. % I
Charles Bush and his wife, Izetta, are parents of eight i i.Yt

children. All of them are gainfully employed.THANKSGIVING : ;' :, ,: Y I
1 Y 5 n i. r t l
r' 1f
f J

This Is Thanksgiving week. Since our'publication day is i o

Thursday, as usual, we too, must celebrate Thanksgiving. So
we will endeavor to give you your Miami Times on Wednes-
day of this week. I"

As this Is being written, there are employees of the Equal ." .
Opportunity Program who are hoping they will be able to receive -
a pay check before Wednesday.We are hoping with them.
A check will Increase happiness for Thanksgiving Day.


Washington's Birthday will become President's Birthday,
Independence Day Veterans Day and Thanksgiving day will fall ...': 1 Y.
on Mondays. After being celebrated for over one hundred jNAVOR ;iiiir'

years, comes the change;well, we are living In changing times,
so we change i


the month of July, I had the pleasure of stopping at the .THERE ISHOTHIHG WORSE FOR ANY GROUP mAN TO HAVE POWER WITHOUT .:
Deauville Hotel while visiting your beautiful city. also spent RESPONSIBILITY, TO HAVE STATURE WITHOUT STATUS. THAT IS THE
sometime visiting the Virgin Islands, San Juan, Puerto Rico CONDITION OF THE LARGE RESTLESS NEGRO M .vc'ir/ES/NMANYCIT/ES

I read a copy of The Miami Times while in your city, I was SOCIETY HAS NOT GRANTED THEM ASUFHCICNT SHARE OF THEpSSSSSfui IT\,
so impressed with Its contents, lam taking a years subscription. THATVITALSMPINS,
R. Wilson .
Chicago, ni. NEW YORK TINES \ ..


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967 SI

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r.------------ OFFICE OF ECONOMIC

LNewsm I : HOLLYWOOD: : (OPPORTUNITY) () LegalU1r. \'

ary : THE SOUL SIDE : Services

By A. DiazTOO I BY WALTER BURRELL 1II By Gwen Cherry ?t r', "uY
+. .r.r.r.rrrrrrraaa.r..dlloltywood
It..l J J Center AttorneyTHE 3
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STILL UNEMPLOYED' people are talking about The fact that Gary. Indiana -
< < t, mayor Richard G. Hatcher is joining Jim Brown'sNegro -

In the Mlaftif1' area'&nd' in! other parts of the Southland, and Industrial "and Economic UnionNIEU, ) in gratitude its OBLIGATION SUPPORTOne

In the North;too, there are still too many Negroes that are sending Harry Belafonte into Gary to help with Hatcher's cam- cannot overemphasize the Importance of this topic. ,
employable but are still unemployed. paign. Carl Stokes, Cleveland's mayor, is also a member of From time immemorial legal rule has been that the father \

Tokenism in employment will not solve the race issue any- the NIEU. and husand Is the head ofthe household. Thus, the burden of
where. One or two Negroes employed in a bank is fine for pro- Charles Evers, Miss. Field Secretary for the NAACP, was the family support is placed by law on his shoulders. Generally -
gress, but Negroes need employment in large numbers in honored last week at a testimonial in Hollywood. OVER &)) P. support refers to money contributed regularly to maintain

places that have been discriminating a gainst i them for centuries pie paid $25 a plate at the dinner hosted by "Mission; Impos- children. This is not to be confused with alimony. Alimony is

sible" star Greg Morris. Entertainment was offered by Billy the money a court allots to a wife for necessities.Our .

Let's name a few places: Howmany Negro stenographers, Daniels and Carmen McRae. Scores of personalities were
clerks, and other white collar employees are found in the of- present including Barry Sullivan, Mrs. Gregory Peck, Mrs. courts are very protective towards children. They arec
Maria aut i Iou and concerning to see that the 1 a w Is enforced for
fices of our daily newspapers? In the offices of the railroad Cole, Nancy Wilson, and "Star Trek" star Leonard s
their best interest. In everyday life and law, occasions ofteM
stations? In the airline offices? In the offices of the transit Nimoy.
The United States Information Agency has announced plansto arise when this fundamental rulebecomesofvitalimportancf..
system? In the insurance offices? Negroes in these jobs are
as turn Ertha Kitt's dance classes in the Watts section of L. A.
scarce as a full blooded Indian walking on Flagler Street.As has been
and his
The between the
Despite the actress-singer's bouts with ill h e a 1 t h,she has
a matter of fact, Cuban refugees, or exiles, have very little maintained the classes, which are free to deserving young- described as follows"A father's house is always opento his
difficulty in finding employment in the offices aforementioned. sters. children; and whether they are married or unmarried it is stilla

It is far easier totrainanAmericancitizen Negro high school Edward G. Robinson and Harry Belafonte are winding up a refuge from evil and a consolation in distress. Natural af-
graduate to work in a bank or in a newspaper office than it fection consecrates and establishes this asylum. The father is
deal for the two of them to star in a new film "Angel Levine -
would take a Cuban who knows very little, if any, English. So ." The popular singer also has a four-year deal to per- under a legal obligation to maintain his children and grand-
that excuse often heard from white poeple that the Negro is form at Ceasar's palace In Hollywood.The children, if he be competent and they are unable to maintain ;,

street. If he is not trained, then train him;'and when you train Supremes' Mary Wilson and Ucla Bruin basketball star themselves; it is nature's provision to assist, maintain and
him, employ him! counsel a child."Althoughwritten more than one hundred and
Mike Warren have been seen making music together around
Read what a Southern journalist wrote, in the New York Hollywood these days. It appears thatthe Mary Wilson-Ronnie thirty-five years ago, this is still a basic statement of the law
Times this week. He is one of the editors of that prestigious Eckstine combination is over. in this country.

newspaper; King Hussein of Jordan has requested that crooner Billy Statutes punishing the failure of a father to support a child
"When President Johnson's special commission to study the Eckstine (Ronnie's dad)perform a command performance later are essentially criminal statutes. They were enacted for the

cause of rioting in the cities sits down to write its report, this month. (This is one show that Jewish Sammy Davis definitely express purpose of preventing a child from becoming a public
some of its members and staff will press hard for a "ringing" won't be asked to do!). charge Howeverthey may be invoked only when the father is

condemnation of racism in America" And speaking of Sammy, Jack Benny reminded him the other able to support the child and does not do so.

"They will do this because, their investigation into last sum- day that Davis promised he'd work for Benny for $700 after
mer's riots have convinced them that,althougi there are numerous the comedian helped the Will Mastin Trio early in their career. Many mothers and wives have not seeked the avenues Into

and entangled reasons for the outbreaks violence, "I'll do it if I promised, but my uncle and my father aren't the courts when the fathers have not provided for his family.

ation.widespread" racial discrimination underlies the whole situ- with me anymore," said Sammy."Well then, forget it," snap- However, more and more mothers are becoming ware of their
ped Jack. legal rights. I

Flagrant discriminatory practices based on race must be Cyd Charisse, who attended the President's dinner for the Three courts are open to mothers seeking a solution for non-

stopped in order that Negroes might secure adequate and gain- King and Queen of Nepal, sat at LBJ's table with Marion An- support problems. One is the Justice of the peace Court. Here,

ful employment, not only in offices, but also in the factories, derson. She reports that most of the President's chatter was the mother may request the clerktoissuea non-support war-

and through the unions in other skills. happy talk over the way Congress approved his appointmentof rant to be served on the father. The Constable will serve the

Tokenism in employment of Negroes is not unlike giving a T h u r goo d Marshall the first Negro Supreme Court warrant and a preliminary hearing date will be set. On that
child a piece of candy to soothe him.But the child needs nou- Justice. date both parties will appear before the Judge for the outcometo

rishment from milk, cereal, eggs, meats, to become healthyand The most popular TV show in Lagos, Nigeria, is "Mission; be decided. The Judge may decide to bind the father over to
strong. Negroes need substantial employment insubstantial Impossible," according to Femi Asekun, TV service controllerof the criminal court or give him a warning against any future

numbers, in order to become economically healthy and programs. He operates channel 10,built by NBC five years ,disregard of his obligation to support.

strong. ago and now owned by the Nigeriangovernment. It's interesting
Another court open to mothers with support problems is the
to note that only six m in ute s an hour are alotted to commer-
domestic relations department of the Juvenile court.An officerof
cials and they're placed at the beginning and the end of each
THE URBAN LEAGUE SHOULD BE GIVEN MORE MONEYBY show. the Juvenile Court will work along with the mother and help ;

BIG BUSINESSESIt her file a petition for support. An officer of the court will
was revealed recently that the National Urban League does Sherill Luke, Negro lawyer with Universal Studio's who was strife the petition and set a hearing before one of the three
not receive from UCLA's first black student bo president some years has
enough gifts big businesses. That's regret Juvenile Judges.'I
table taken a 15-month leave of absence from the studio to tackle
because this organization is doing such a great job in
trying to find Negroes employment.There politics at the side of mayor Lindsey of New York. The Circuit Court is also available if the parties are con-

are some big business concerns that donate large Negro actress Cicely Tyson and jazz virtuoso Miles Davis sidering separating from one another or filing for a divorce.

sums of money to organizations that are doing less for will wed in March when the great trumpeteer' divorce from During tie course of these preceedings, the court will arriveat

the country's welfare than the Urban League.In dancer Frances Taylor is final. Davis recently visitedCicely an amount for the husband to pay for support. It will be bas-

the light of all the recent talk about the growing awarenessof in Selma", Ala., where she is acting in"The Heart Is A Lonely ed on the needs of the children and th husband's ability to pay.

the plight of the Negro in finding employment, it would seem Hunter1. U the husband fails to abide by the court order he is taken before -
that big business would contribute more money to help a worthy Songstress Diahann Carroll takes baths by splashing aroundin the court to give an explanation.Then If he continues not
organization secure employment for Negroes. Bit figures don't milk and says it does wonders for body tone. If her devas- paying the support payments ordered by the court, the Judge
tating beauty is any indication no one would dare argue with fine him in contempt and impose a jail sentence. This is
lie. -- --- ---- "---- may
Of the 750 largest companies in America, only 180 have her.It. the only debt for which a man may be imprisoned. No other
appears that the deciding powers at Universal Studios have debt will to to Jail. Alman refuse to
given as much as$1,000 or more to the Urban League. Another legal cause a man go may
140 have given less thanl,000butthe; majority j i of the 750 realized they won't have to go outside the studio to get a lead- pay a loan company, an automobile note,alight bill or any
contribute nothing at all. Ing lady for Sidney Poitier in his forthcoming move, "The Lost other type of indebtedness and he will not face imprisonment.

This parsimonious conduct of big business has brought some Man," after seeing their own N e g r o contract a c t r e s s, Ena Therefore, the seriousness of the consequences should con-

bitterness in Urban League circles, as they do not relish this Outsider"Hartman, In the "I Can'tHear You Scream"Espisodeof "The sidered before a man arb it u a 11 y decides not to support his
TV series.
token performance by big business, in which there certainlymust children.

be businessmen who realize that the NationalUrban Lea- "Oh Yeahh," was Louis Armstrong's comment when he received -

gue is doing a magnificent job for unfortunate Negroes. the first copy of his new biography from Bill Parbs, --,

Remarked one fund raiser, "Companies will send a man to merchandising manager Childrens Press, Inc., Chicago.
dinner to hear Whitney Young, but his firm gives you the run- "Satch" joins such other lum inaries as the late resident JohnF. I Phil Ossofer I I

around when you follow it up with a request for a contribution." Kennedy and Gen. Douglas M Arthur and Babe Ruth, com- ,
In 1966 for instance the total gift from corporations to the
poser-conductor Leonard Bernstein, and industrialist Henry revisions which be-
Does life have meaning, or by making
League were under $900,000less than a fifth of what com- Ford in the.initial publlsing phase of the 20-book "People ofDestiny" are we humans involved in a fitted the conditions of His day.
panies gave to Harvard University, a very rich institution of biographical series. Each is available in bookstoresat of meaninglessevents
higher learning that can easily remain for years without needing $4.50, with the entire series available to schools and libra- hodge-podge short Revisions occurs even in
during our spanof
a cent from big business. ries on a subscription basis of $3.04 each, or individually at existence on earth? To me, our local, state, and national

$3.38 each. Armstrong played a concert in the Miami Marine life is a filled with "games" of communal life As
ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES Stadium November 13 which drew a disappointing audience of meaning.Eac times' change, laws change to

only 1200 fans. The poor accessability of the stadium was attributed h game, regardless of befit the times. For example:
F to the small attendance.Merchants The Supreme Court's decisionon
size or cost, has a creator who
school segregation and
4. ,
invented it and a set of rules
more recently its decision
by which the game must be
which forbids states to refuse
played. Thecreator ofthe
marriage licenses to interra-
game makes sure the playersare
cial couples.
informed of the procedureso

who advertisein that the game may be played It seems to me that such re-

properly and be enjoyed.So visions in our social laws drawus
closer to God's rules for
The Miami Times are it is, in my estimation, the game of life, which He
FATHER DEAR MRS. WILLIAMS MR. DYER with the greatest game in the created and taught us to play.It .

Father A. T. Dear, for his color blind dedication to his world; the game of life.Thereis means, to me,that at last we
Christian duties, leading a large number of worshipers in his telling you they appreciate a Creator,whom we call God are beginning to understandthe
and a set of rules In the formof
the which
100 per cent Negro congregation. game, purpose
Bernard N. Dyer, for his constant endeavors to obtain decent doing business with the Holy Scriptures The Is to allow all players to live
housing for low income Negroes, who have been the vic- Creator's method of inform- together in perfect love and
ing the "players" (we human
tims of the ghetto. harmony.
educator'for her elo- beings), of the procedure, has
Williams the dynamic courteous
Mrs. Maym They
address at the Copacabana Hotel last Sunday,on the. you. are been, and I believe continuesto When our understanding is
be, through the great Prophets clear on this point,we will play

problems Psi for youths Phi Fraternity today. for its promotion of the Achievement dependable. Shop where such as Abraham, Moses the game from the heart (the I
Omega seat of the throne of
and human :
Week program and Banquet,where four high school students Jesus and others. It Is restated -
brilliantly their talents in ,oratory. and the social lawas or God), and r tog up a perfect
demonstrated so I
The Greater Miami Urban League,for its Equal Opportunity you are appreciated! "rules" are revised. For example score. the prize for which
will be the Kingdom of Heavenon
Dinner, where "Family of the Year" award was : Christ broke the Sab-
Day bath and forbid divorce,there- earth.
bestowed on Mr. and Mrs Charles Bush.




6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967

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I er \I I, .:f r::: FASHIONSBy 1 411tlHtdJI et91 4

.. ::1 VIVIAN WHITE sh d-Otfl ,.
THANKFULNESS. First among thf things to be thankfulfor ;i:::;::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::;;:::::::::::;::::::::::;:::;: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .:'. '"
Is a thankful spirit. Some people would grumble at the accommodations ; BY PRISCILLA REDDING
In Heaven If they ever g there. They take theu iB> I.
blessings here so much as a matter of course, that even a day"., In a well-proportioned figure, the bust and hips are the The Miami K i Iii a D Sr. High School hads, first Annual
of general thanksgiving once in a year is,,more than they feel same,. and the waist is ten inches smaller. To achieve these Homecoming Game Friday, Nov. 17th. Their opponents were
any need of. And if their personal blessings in any measure desired proportions, a consistent pattern of daily exercisingand the Coral Park Rams.The Rams were defeated 25-18. The Mi-

fail, gratitude for what they have had or still enjoy is the last intelligent dieting is required. ami Killian Cougars ended their season with a 424.
thing they think of. Another class really desire to be thankful Don't look for accumulated fat to disappear immediately as On Saturday Nov. 18, the Killian Cougars had their Annual
but they are naturally despondent. Their sky is as dark with it took months or years to gain that extra poundage and those Harvest Ball at the Village Green Country Club. Miss Home
extra inches. They will not float away over night. To correct and her court were announced. They are
clouds as through the world in a deprecating spirit, hoping coming as follows:
things may turn out well yet fearing for the worst. We always your figure is going to take time. Arrange for that time. Set Queen Miss Tina Ash, 12th grade attendant; Miss Linda
feel glad for this class when Thanksgiving Day comes around. aside a definite period for your daily exercises and observeit Lockman, 11th grade attendant; Miss Beverly Daniels, 10th

They then have an official warrant for gratitude. If theirown faithfully.The grade attendant; Miss Bobby Acton and 9th grade, Miss Sue
number of times do each exercise depends on how
hearts do not formulate blessings, they can listen to the sermon you Richardson.The .
or look to the President's proclamation.How much you can take without exhausting yourself. The important First Annual Miami Killian Sr. High School Football
to remember is before become tired. You can'texpect
different with the thankful heart! What a gift it is to be thing : Stop you Banquet will take place in the school cafetorium on Dec. 6.
born with an outlook toward the bright side of things! And if your endurance to be unlimited the first day, but you Featured speaker, Alonzo Gaither" 7:30p.m.,donation
will find that the will become easier and easier day by
not so by nature, what a triumph of grace to be made thankful going $2.00. You may purchase tickets from Mr. Willie Redding or
through a renewed heart!! It is so much more comfortable and day. call 235-4465 for further information.
rational to see what we have to be thankful for and to rejoice Troop No. 405 is sponsoring a hay ride onNovember 25.
EXERCISE MUST be ritual if want results. Skip-
accordingly, then to have our vision for ever filled with our a daily you Tickets are: Singles$1.25 Couples$1.75. Meals are included.
ping a day or two then trying to make for it later simplywon't
lacks and our needs. Happy are they who possess the gift! work. up Th bus will leave the home of Mrs. Lester (14621 Lincoln

Blessings may fail and fortunes vary but the thankful heart Blvd.), at 7:00 p.m.
remains. The happy past, at least, is secure and Heaven is We also advise consulting your doctor before starting any The Richmond Heights Garden Club met at the home of Mrs.

ahead. exercise or reducing program that involves more than a few Charles (Anita) Gray (14000)) Monroe Street on Saturday, Nov.
-Golden Rule pounds or Inches. 18th. One of the highlights of the meeting was the visit of Mrs.

Henry W. Michaels Director of District of the State Federa-
Mrs. Wilfred (Dorothy) Coakley, her daughter, Donna and If you ache or feel tired your exercises, rub yourself with tion of Garden Clubs.
her mother Mrs.Annie Bailor of Nassau are vacationing in Mi- alcohol or take a warm bath to soothe and relax. And remem- Mrs. Michaels told the group the advantages of becoming

ami. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bitbb. Wallace. ber your figure is your problem.Don't over look it unless you affiliated with the state Federation and complimented the groupon
Mr s. Ir eoe R. Str augh t er ha s b eenawar\,L led -' want others to do the same. the fine community service they are giving.

a life membership in the Florida Educa- Those persons interested in joining the Richmond Heights
tion Association. Mrs. Straughter a retired Youth Council are requested to meetat the home of Mrs. Sam

educator of distinction and a past presidentof uel D. Armstrong, 14440 Tyler Sr., on Friday Nov. 24th at
the Florida State Teachers
Reservation for the Egelloc's "Cocktail Time" Nov. 26, 6:00 p.m.
Mr. Elvis Spearman of ASSOCiation'l The Youth Council is to all Teen-agers residing in
at the Sheraton Four Ambassodors,are at a premium, so hur- open
for a visit with daughters.Viva
Richmond The Youth Council civic
to North's Travel Bureau and community -
ry secure your space $2.00 per
has been
Angenoria Paschal .
reservation.The organization for the purpose of helping and entertaining -
Doreen Young, Miami Northwestern the of this
schoolmarm backat her duties after four Miami Chapter of the National Association Businessand area.
The Richmond Heights Women's Club was hostess at its an- i
Professional Women are sponsoring bus tour of Cypress
weeks illness. Doreen says "Thanks a million Gardens and Lake Wales for the nual Book Review and Harvest Tea at the Palmetto Country
for the thoughfulness of friends." Xmas Pageant, December 27,
. Here from New York City is Maxine Bethel Wallace if you would like to join them call OX 1.5398 before 9:00: p.m. Club, Sunday Nov. 19./
The guests were favored with a reading by Mrs. LeJean
The Gamma phi Delta
whose apartment hunting. Welcome nome, Sorority sponsored a MotherDaughter -
Maxine. Dinner for their Phi Teens Saturday night, at Park Lane Reid and an instrumental solo by Lawrence and Allison Ken-
nedy. Musical selections were rendered by the Celestial Choirof
Phillip Wallace jetted to Manhattan to at- Cafeteria. Girls presented their parents with pink corsages.
'tend the funeral of Cyril(Cy) Gibson. Miss Paulette Booker was crowned Phi Teen"She will Second Baptist Mrs. Wilma Rozier and Mrs.Rosalind Rob-
Charles R. Drew Junior High repeated its have the honor of riding on a float in the Orange Blossom erson solist. The Rev. W. R. Pickles gave the invocation.Mrs. .
Ida T. Ratcliffe the reviewer introduced
Parade. was by Mrs.
dedicatory program in two performances on
Lucy McPhaul. Mrs. Ratcliffe gave a vivid and informative
last Sunday to accommodate the
ents and interested citizens who wish many toat-par- John Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men," a story of drifters review of "Man Child in the Promised Land," by Claude
and dreamers, opens Dec. 1 at the Pen Playhouse of Miami- Brown.
The Equal Employment Task Force wlltsinrliiAt Dade Junior College North Campus. The eight-day split run ,Guest clubs were, Mangowood Women's Club, The Holiday

_./.......-..... -o iir/Mttrfh/Mt"v......."'t' TV 1J..v.**%Arv\KA..* &1 KArrinntnrrDoreen ....6..........' will continue through Dec. 9, with the house dark on Monday, Social and Civic Club of West Hollywood; The Gardenia Circle
Dec. 4. Admission is $1.50, students 75f. Club ACP Omega and
at 8 a.m. at the Pan-Air Recreational Club. Sorority the Rinker Dinks Club.

The 10th District President of the American legion Auxiliary -
and her officers made an official visit to the John Griffin

American Legion Auxiliary No. 165 Wednesday evening, Nov.
15. A large number of members participated in an instruc- l d
tional workshop.

Orchids to Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post NO.471 who are
sponsors of a Junior Girl Scout Troop at Shadowlawn Elemen-
tary School and the Dade County Council of VFW whose sponsoring -
a Senior Girl Scout Troop at Liberty Square Housing LINDSLEY LUMBERBUY

Project. How about some of our many organizations doing the
same ? ? ?
Ninth Annual Dinner of the Greater Miami Urban League, at NOW PAY LATER NO MONEY DOWN-ON OUR BUDGET PLAN!

the Deauville Hotel in observance of Equal Opportunity Day.

Saturday, Nov. 18.Congratulations.
to Mr. and Mrs Charles Bush, parents of
eight children, who were named: as we:_ Urban FOR A COPY OF OUR 12-PAGE
League's Family of the Year."
Also honored at the dinner last Saturday "PRICE-BUST" NEWSPAPER INSERT I Ie Ito

evening were staff writers Fred Bruning,
Juanita Greene, and George Kennedy for 1

their contributions -during the past year in !
fostering better community understandingof
Negro problems in South Florida and in
promoting improved human relationships. .w
Eastern Airlines for its efforts in employing
members of minority groups and Morris GARBAGE CANS

Abrams, a member of the Miami Economic Mr. Bush

Opportunity Program Inc. board of directors. HEAVY GALVANIZED 10% MIX 4.LB. BAG
Guest speaker was Dr. Samuel Proctor president of the Institute -
REG. -
of Services to Education, Inc. of Washington D. C. _

Toby's Cafeteria was the setting for the Parish Banquet of 2 KILLS GARDEN PESTS! M QDANE
the Episcopal Church of Incarnation on Saturday,November AND KEEPS THEM fill NAME
18. Bishop James L. Duncan was guest speaker.The per person fif AWAY! KILLS ROACHES
Ninth National Convention of Catholic Youth Organizaton BRgNp .

Federation met at the Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach Sorry, no Kill ants, army worms. beetles
last week end.Attending the convention were some 4,500 youths deliveries grubs Just sprinkle onto areas.
from the United States and Jamaica.Get .

well wishes to Mrs. Caridad Toress at home; Mrs. :i} NAME BRAND GLASS

Avilda Sands at home, after a two week stay at Cedars of Leb-
anon; Campbell Jones at Coral Gables Convalescent Home; TERRAZZO GLEANER SLATS

Beatrice Bethel at home; Irene Rahming at Jackson; George THE BEST MADE __ ___
Ferguson whose recuperating at home; Ernestine O'Brien at l ALSO works ?? for JALOUSIES
home; Rev. Ernest Talmadge at North Shore. good rI
: on marble, vinyl, LtIp. 4x24-INCH
At this time of .
asphalt rubber
Thanksgiving.We Choice of clear or obscure glass. We
tile. In t will cut 4 and 4V4-inch wide slats to
pause to express our thanks NAME BRANDPril 479 I NAME BRAND IQ your measurement lengths up to
For our many blessings; TERRAZZO OtAL I QT I TERRAZZO WAX 3LINPSLEY 36-in. long.
Quiet thanks, EA.
For America and all she stands for;

Humble thanks,
For the sacred trust which Is faith in God;

Happy thanks, UI 9 LUMBER Q.p i a
For our business association with you.

May your Thanksgiving be abundant, too


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November .M, lyo7

Father of Seven Tots Has $7,500 Bond Set I

The persistence of a white still in Jail, she on a child neg- torney had made -slanderous charges against the migrant
attorney working without fees lect: charge under $500 bond statements in regard to the uit picker. I
persuaded a]judge to set bond but: his attorney said that with-
at $7,500 on the murder charges in a week Richardson will be
against James Richardson out on bond. Who will furnishthe NEED A JOB?.,START WORK TODAY!

in the poisoning of his security, he did not say. NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
seven children on October 25. Said the attorney, "I don't
The attorney for the Negro think he can get a fair trial any-
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING had claimed last week that where in Florida, because of GAS STATION PORTERS DRIVERS
Richardson's constitutionaland the prejudicial statements
LIN EOTYPETHE human rights had been violated made in this case.
when he was held without "He has been tried,convicted A-1 Service
LITTLE RED BOOK: Mount Olivette' Baptist, whose bail on seven murder charges. and hanged right here in this
55th anniversary: arrived- Sunday. Oct 20celebrated ______ __ Said the attorney, John S. county," Robinson said. Ovtr 20 Y.or> Service In Miami
the occasion with services on November Robinson, "We feel that this is State Attorney Frank Schaub 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
19. Dr. S. H. Johnson was imported a victory." opposed the motion to set bond, 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382
from Daytona Beach to deliver the morn- Richardson and his wife are saying that Richardson's at-
ing anniversary message, and Dr Irene G.
Pratt of late -- - -
daughter the Dr S. A. Sampson -
p----------- Tonight & Every Night Till 5
a. m.
Mount Olivette founder(who was busy
that ayem as Women's Day speaker at Beth- I WE NEED : Turf Double Deck Bar
lehem Baptist) gave the church's history ina :SEWING MACHINES I
speech that evening Omega Psi phi I 79th Street & NW 7th Avenue
throws its 1967 Harvest Ball in the Carib- I WE BUY ALLMAKES I (Frank Sinatra Filmed Tony Romt Bar Scene Here) ,, .
& MODELS Presents
bean Room of Bayfront Park's audit Friday I I
night. It's a scholarship fund benefit of Sigma Alpha chapter. I WILDMAN STEVE REVUEAL
I Call i
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Inez Armster-WUcoxseekingbirth.
arrival reservations Christian Memorial???The fc Wal- : 625-1261 : JAMES KNIGHT ORCH
ter (Marguerite) Washingtons of Opa-locka named their November I FEATURING TEDDY WASHINGTON
14 Mount Sinai arrival Romunda Michelle Tap .. ---------.11 MATTIE OF THE MARVELS IS BACK I
dancer John Bubbles suffered a stroke Dunbar elementary
headstart aid Arnetha DeWitt and Steve Gibson committed
first degree merger in Arnetha's Coconut Grove home November

18 Sam Lynch killer freed(tsk, tsk) Virgincan -
Robert Brown's mother passed in Harlem.

SALT WATER TAFFY: Veteran Baldwin Addition homeowner
for over 60 years Mrs. Louise Symonette and baby daughter
Wilmette, have felt the lash of Urban Renewal. They're now S4
in their new 51st Street home Down from Manhattan for ,
the late Mrs Agusta Heild's St Agnes cortege' Included Clar-
ence (Clank) Bain and daughter Stephanie, MidredConey( )Wil-
kerson, Ann Prathro; over from Los Angeles, Ruby Pearson :

THE WEEK'S WASH: The main finding from a 17-year studyof
volunteers in Framingham, Mass tells us that habitual lack v
of sleep :aid moderate use of coffee and alcohol apparently do : +
not really increase the risk of heart disease. There Is, how- '
ever, a relationship between heart disease and cigarette smok-
ing, obesity, and soft living, all of which reduce the chance of
surviving a heart attack when it occurs, says Dr William B.
Kannel, director of the National Heart Institute study. :

THE GUTTER GAZETTE: Liberty City's Mount Tabor in
congregation split. First religious service oftseparated Inc, A '
tion(about 50%) was held two weeks ago in LIberty Square
Housing project's community center. Mt Tabor pastor, Rev.P. SS i
S. Brown reportedly resigned and awaiting official release
(and pay) before taking over duties with the dissenting group 3e, wr
. investigating death threats made against Harry Bala-
fonte and Aretha Franklin when they appeared at a Martin
Luther King benefit at the Coliseum in Houston? : S' '
e y
STUFF AND SUCH:ArthurTugCoversonandhisEdith sit .
ting pretty in their '68 Kitty. Stevie Wonder, 17yearoldblind
rock 'n roll recording star, says he'11 enter a hosp soon 4 xY ikP5'
to have a large tumor removed from his throat ? ? ? Mrs. Ar-
lena Tucker discharged from Christian Memorial Tuesday, pf
after left eye surgery...Edwin Shirley, the medic, entertained
his fratermen, Phi Beta Sigma,at DuPont Plaza last Saturday
in the pee emm .The James (Marianpearsons daughter
Paula Lynette will be 11 on the 29th. t Y f

SWEETS TREATS: Jefferson Reaves, chairman of Phi Beta < ,
Sigma scholarship committee, now chairs the second annual s M's3 Y
Sweetheart Contest sponsored by the Greeks. First prize: i P. b
Round trip overseas flight to Paris Wanna know who Mi- -
ami's second biege motorcycle policeman is? His name's Na-
thaniel Veal. Our first is Bobby Ingraham Ethel Waters,
once broke,now fattening her purse since evangelist Billy Graham -
hired her travel with him and make speeches to his vast
audiences about how she was "saved' Add November
Birthdays: Stephanie Duncombe, 17th. ..Verne Taylor-Tink. Q;s
er, 18th Dr. I. G. Pratt, George Tinker, 20th.
MIAMI MUSINGS: Among new members of Zeta Phi Beta who
"crossed the burning sands" Nov. 17 were: Barbara Flowers, .>:.
Willa Tribue, Betty Campbell, Ada Barnes,Ruth Cannon,Hes- :i tY,
terine P. Ford. Faces on the Miami scene: Veola Hamilton ,J/
(NYC) John Marshall(2 sons, 1 dtr), Ameila Cooper, "
Gladys Pinder (Nassau) Lillie Mae Simms (Sandford) 4SS\
., .
'0 ,
Mrs. Theodore Saunders(sons Noland and Sterling,dtr Laura), )
Clyde Flowers, the Neville (Cora) Browns (Bimini) Opa-; n
locka's Transfiguration in building bulge... The Robert(hor-
tense) Robinson dotter Cheryl beaming brightly over her .' ..'
coming.selection as first attendant to Northwestern high's Miss Home :' ',:...( .\1 :" ci'

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: Al and Carmen Jackson decided -

on their '68 Thunderbird for November, but their decisionto Every one you light you like.Viceroy's .
move into their new home comes in December RobertL.
Clarke ( Room 21)) mending in Christian Memorial. Hazel
R. Grant nursing broken big toe.. Lurlene Bethel-Young c taste
passed. A woosome twosome these day and night times are good
: ,
Times city ed John A. Diaz, who's squiring Martha Solomon '-r.
(widow of the late Sam B.)around.The comely matron was dinner .' .
guest of the dapper newsman last Saturday at Miami {,y 7: rs ,- never '.. 'I J
Beach's Deauville Hotel during the Urban League's annual affair

Booking agent Johnny Burke still fuming over the Nat : ,E.yj, tt: i
That's brother from one-man- : ;:
Saunders fleecing. your ; P" '" ..
newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket,but .; : ; ,
who wants to tell you that Bahamas gambling casinos Franchises 8 ,: <' ';.h. .,,{";v :'*_bpsn n w Ml 4Iwwx,'''_*TI('_ruerwm 4 4..T1."H5"4 4s1il.fNp r.. .
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967 9The

the calls I have had regarding the fact that there were no Ne-
groes working in the Dade County Auto Tag Agency. He askedme
to let himcheck on it, and he would call me back. He sez,
it's not true. Please let my readers know that there are some
G there So here tiz, Clayde Killens Orange Blossom Classic
Show promises to be a humdinger. It will star Mona Lisa and

his new band;The-Esquire\! .: Lois Foreman and the Brown, ,
forober: at the Knight Beat on Dec,2r Make your reservations k
s now. You know what happens at Clyde's affairs when your wait
A A too late. Melvin Reese, our City'Manager, asked me to say ,'
tvt GAVE BONDU "Happy Thanksgiving' to all of my friends for him There rye
said it. Y'll please have a safe and happy week-end. I'd like
for each of you to read the column this time next week, and
Orange Blossom classic officials held their annual not be a statistic.Take care over the holidays, and drive care
press luncheon at the Everglades Hotel, Tuesday, past. This fully. The life you save may be MINE Till the next one. LIVE m A 45
year's Classis Is promising to be better than any of years gone LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE. ,
by. Of course, this statement is made every year about this
time. However,according to plans expressed at the Press Con- sN
ference, rm Inclined to go along with their thinking that this Sunlight Chatter BoxBY .
December 2 'will outshine all other classics. FAMU will play ltt.. : .
Grambling College with a lot of fresh,forceful players and the i'. ,." '
of the
the Church Open Door. \' .
half-tlmt1 show will be spectacular you won'tforget for a long The theme for the occasionwas ," ': '.
time. The Parade'route has been changed to include 17th Avenue November 10 the Sun- "Knowledge is Power."
15th Avenue and 71st Street, so check the Times for the light Beauty School heldagala Mrs. Eloise B. Kemp was organist
exact route. There are 25 locations from the Southwest Sectionto night Annual Prom at the Sir and Mrs. Florence All :

West Palm Beach where you can purchase your tickets, so John Knight Beat. The beautiful mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. \ { 'nti.
don't wait until the last minute. am sure Charlie North will theme for the evening was Wilena Smith spoke on,"Cos riS 1 N
have some good seats. "Moon River."
metology, a Design for Life"
Charlie Hartley, the .f rce "offside While the lovely Mrs.Elvira The graduation address was .
politician" has out done himself this year Barney sang"Moon River," delivered by the Rev. Theo J .

with his community wide Citizens Com the lovely Miss Sunlight was dore Gibson who was introduced _______ .
mittee. At press time,Charlie has picked up crowned for 1967-68. The by Mr. Daniel Francis.
and passed out Thanksgiving Baskets to lucky persons were no other 1 Be sure to look for Miss MISS HOMECOMING AT NHS
many needy families of Dade County. Serving 1 than the lovely Miss Ruth Mitchell Sunlight and her attendants in
on this committee were Citizens from and her two beautiful attendants the Classic Parade. Patricia! Robinson,the daughter of Mr. Emanuel Robinson
all walks of life and almost every agency in runners-up Mrs. Mrs. Dorthay Brown the instructor 2400 NW 46th St., was e lee ted Miss Homecoming at Miami
Dade County took part in this "Operation Wilena Smith and Mrs. Bar- at Sunlight,Beauty Northwestern. She is a senior and plans to further her educa-
bara McNorton. tion as a model and fashion consultant.
Thanksgiving Basket. Charlie has worked
School, is a patient at the Clover -
hard each year keeping this committee together Miss Sunlight and her attendants Leaf or Parkway General
Just to mention a few Rill Wynn oi k-, and the Sunlight Schoolof
Hospital. The school and stu- Hampton Choir Here TuesdayA
HADLEY Beauty would like to thank
The United Fund; members of the EOPI, dents missed her sincerely.We .
County Welfare Director,Mr.Knight,mem- their many friends for your wish her a speedy recovery -
bers of the Board of Instruction liberal cooperation throughout claim for the type and scopeof
Public ; Mrs. and the best of health. post thanksgiving treat is
Arie Gary of the Miami Housing Authority;and City Commissioners the years. Sunlight Beauty School wishesits in store for the community, the repertoire presented in
M. Athalie Range, Maurice Ferre and Dave Kennedy.The Sunday, Nov. 12th, the many friends a gracious when the Miami Chapter of story and song. The choir has
this committee not hunters school 1 held its 32nd annual been heard on coast to coast
people serving on are glory Thanksgiving. Hampton Institutein Virginia)
selfish folk who want the satis- commencement exercises at radio and television networks;
nor are they people. They are presents the famed choir of
faction of knowing.. that our brothers and sisters who are- not- as their Alma Mater. The 40- and, also on local radio shows.
fortunate as we are, both white and Negro, will have a decent ,voiced choir will appear in Mr. Roland Carter, a 1964
meal on Thanksgiving. As Mrs. Range said, "If Mr. Hadley concert at the Allapattah Junior graduate of Hampton, is the
says the right word, I'll donate andher $ICO." Charlie said, Clyde Killen's Special High School auditorium, esteem e d director for the

"let's talk turkey," and Mrs. Range said, "Thoseare the the evening of Nov. 28, at 8:00: choir.
words" and she donated the money. The baskets will con p.m. The two-fold purpose of
tain Turkey, string beans, sweet and white potatoes,eggs, CLASSIC SHOW the presentation is to herald

celery, apples, onions, cranberry sauce, bread, and sugar. the forthcoming 100th(Cen- Open House at
What, no conch salad ? ? ? Anyway, from Charlie Hadley and Sat. Night Dec. 2 tennial Anniversary of the
his Citizens Committee's efforts, a lot of people will have a founding of Hampton, by Sam JAMES E. SCOTTCOMMUNITY

happy thanksgiving.Mr. SITJ THE Chapman Armstrong ASS'N
Aaron Courshon and Mr Paul pollock, owners of the STARRINGBEAT (1863); and secondly, to give
Thunderbird Motel on Collins Avenue at 181 Street,gave.a din HOTEL the public an opportunity to 4901 NW 7th Avenue
ner for their employees and friends last Thursday night and hear the internationally renowned Thursday, Nov. 30, 1967
much to my surprise,there were about 40 of our soul brothersand .. singing group. from
sisters there. I knew that therevere some employees, but w- Performing before royalty, :
10 6:30
had no idea there were that many.I was invited to go along with students, musicians and music a.m. to : p.m.
their newest singing star,Jeff Addams.During his speech, Mr. 1 G'I. ;. 1 o v e r s of European countries The public is Invited
Courshon introduced each member of the staff praised them r.'w. the Hampton Choir established
for the fine Job they have done in the past 11 years. Bonuses international ac.
were given to employees, and the highlight of the evening was ,
the show. Singers and others had worked there in the Pow Wore
Room during the last year, all did their bit with Berg Vaughn
and his band supplying the music.The first to sing for his supper
was Jeff Addams, folowed by Beautiful candi Scott then John
Patti Lynn. Others with their different styles were Jimmy Bganw

Mosby, Natcha, Carrol Toran, Anthony Allen, Cindy Stephensand
finally the undernurished commedian, Frankie Scott,who
kept everybody in stitches. We congratulate the Courshonand
Pollock families for giving theirsmployees a boost and letting H o na Lisa For amen
them know how much they are appreciated.More owners should ,
follow your policy for deserved praise does bring loyalty. Thatis
why they have beet thereso long,they know they are appre- ,"
viated. We will recommend the Thunderbird, anytime.



VIP OF THE WEEK: Earl Carroll

The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity will sponsor a ThanksgivingDay I '
Dinner at the BrownsvilleEOPI Center for 50 underprivileged _
boys.Sumner Hutcherson, Jr., is the Center Directorand
Jonathan Thurston is in charge of the arrangements.Don't THE ESQUIRE!

wait for the Christmas rush! Toys Galore at "Big H
Rock's" Toy Warehouse. Go and see for yourselves the many With the big hit tune "Get On Up" r _
assortment of He's located: 1421 NW \ .
bargins and wide toys. {T ** >.
7th Ave. and 5315 NW 36th Ave Toysl toysl! toys! /: ""' .,, '
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We have been informed that .
QUICK NOTES DEPARTMENT: .__ 1\' r' Bandleader Duke Jenkins and his wife, Chris, will be in town r. j'; r.-''j ,:' :.. 'I
for the North South Golf Tournament,Feb. 13-17.Duke is slat '1
ed to go into one of the major hotels in Miami Beach for a : three week stint. Red Patterson has already made his reservations \
for the North-South, also. We know he will be happy to ,1 ; :',

get out of that cold weather in Chicago.Jeff Addams closes his ..' /11 t \-.a" '") ,,, rti'JrD SCOTCH, ArrMaNwasilere%Th t ,rrr
fea- 4'S
The .
stint at theThunderbirdon Thanksgiving .lIt/ ... .I. v
tures Frankie Scott,a very,very funny man,and y'all are welcome -., '.
to catch this good show.EOPI Executive Director, Richard n r; i"
Weatherly and Coordinator, Sam Moncur working hard_and Gigs Wf.a 2 I .
the together e !
burning the midnight oil trying to hold program

Jamaican arts promoter, Alty East, has the fabulous Blues Lange IO bar
andshow-bandatBasinStreet East in Fort Lauderdaleon with z8 oa
Thanksgiving night. EOPI Job Developer,Llllie Pearl Dor- I The Greatest poncing c',ofs Enjoy the companionship j I
sette, sitting on pins and needles waiting for her mother's visit I con sUU of a well-bred Scotch. I
around the first of December.Mrs.Lillian Hollis lives in New I MUS C AND HIS "Sake a peg o' John Begg.
her other daughter BeverlyJ STAN THE MAN .
York, and is being accompanied by / .' .
will arrive : The taste Is gentle.
Fonbille of Chicago. Lillie is in hope that they Call 373-3381 for Reservations
in time to see the Orange Blossom Classic. I spoke with Assistant Reserve Your Tables Now The price Is light. I ,I
County Manager Hoke Welch the other day concerning .1M' IUWttlCWNlSIKS-Mmm) lrO TII SV MMES.McCUMICI. !mt N TTUE : '


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10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967Gary's

New Mayor Tells W. CARVER

Democrats To Avoid Racism .Carver Branch YMCA ;. AVAILABLE FORREDEVELOPMEftT
a Birthday Party for .__
Richard Hatcher, newly Among Miamians attendingthe received some your Birthday is this of _7 BY Dt iLc'mETITION
free c
can enjoy,
elected convention were City Com- Gary's new you
mayor of Gary, Indi- ,,8EI
ana, told a Young Democrats missioner Athalie Range, who win elections.tal g e', a birthday party in I"
convention in Hollywood,Fla., I }, f 1-[
last week that Democrats Christnas Hiring To will be games, The first tract of Central Miami Urban Re-
should provide leadership by and refresh-
eliminating racism from of newal Project FLA. R-10 consisting of 2.66
politics in Post Office the last Thursday
and helping urban areas month, 5.00to700p.m. acres of cleared land is available at a fixed
to find needed tax relief to cope 1, post master E. M. Dunlap work force, Carver Branch YMCA price of $47,500.Developers .
with their mounting problems.1 announced today that accord- on for overtime d 15th Ave. 696-0231 interested In building approximately -
The may 0 r.elect told his ing to information received tent practicable 40 to 50 dwelling units for low and mo-
mixed audience that instead of from Postmaster General porary workers
derate income families can secure bid
discussing the problems of"a to pro-
Lawrence F. O'Brien up Information on
black mayor" these Demo- 148,000 Christmas helperswill employment is ,. .. posal details by contacting Edward J.Regan,
crats should realize that the assist with the processing each post off ice. cities are much the same,and of a record smashing holiday will be made from (F '3ids will be received in the Office of the
specified areas where Young mail deluge. who have Dec.29)G :"f( County Manager of Dade County prior to 1:00
Democrats could provide Hiring began November 18 through February 15, 1968.METROPOLITAN .
leadership for the welfare of with postmasters taking on the perience or p.m. on
all people. seasonal employees as they either career or DADE COUNTY
Mr. Hatcher urged the dele- are needed accommodate If more slots DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING
gates to the following: avalanche of Christmas mall they will be filled AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Combat racism, not simplyfor that will top the previous high of a special test 1351 NW 12th Street
the benefit of Negroes but in 1966 of about nine billion. affected post I Miami, Florida 33125
indeed for the salvation of Career employees, who remain cases, veteran's 377-7291
white America. the backbone of the pos- will apply.AL'S .
Demand that state legislature LL
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 24, 197 11
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SALE Omegas Observe ii- -Hj4k ;


Alpha Chapter held These citizens have worked

f ATt 9e Daily 11)).t,,Surf..lD- its' annual Achievement Week diligently in the fields pf human
program and Banquet, Sunday rights and community
5315 N.W, 36th Ave. 1421 N.W.1th /Jive. afternoon, November 19,at the service. The Citizen of the
Ph. 633-1142 t Qasablanca Hotel. Some 150 Year Award was presented to
373-9710 Brothers, and their guest assembled Mr. Od p 11 Johns, fearless
WAREHOUSE In the impressive Algiers community and civil rights
UNTIL. DEC.STORAGE 20th Room to discuss the fighter. All expressed their
FR E E ON AlL LAYAWAYS PAID year's theme, make presenta- gratitude in b ingselectedandcongratulated

I UP ir DEC. 15th tions to outstanding citizens, Sigma Alpha on
and hosts some 50 boys. their service to the community

With BrotherUlyssesliorne .
WALKING DOLLShe : presiding,the theme,Wanted: Brother Harold Braynon,

will walk with you. Solutions to the Problems of State Representative, presented -

Has matching hair & ; America's Urban Society," Outstanding Service
dress. Beautiful 24-inch began to unfold when Brother Awards to Brothers Elliott

doll. White or colored. Herbert L. Day, chairman of Scavella, Richard Dunn, Murphy
Works Without lotteries the Achievement Week Program Griffin, Anthony Simons,
f introduced the pane- and McKeever Smith. Brother
lists. The panelists. included Astrid K. Mack received the
REG. :. ; David Kinslar and Steve Jenk- Omega Man of the Year Award. Air

4 r & ins of Miami Jackson, Dwight Music was provided by 1
51.00 Wilson of Miami Northwest- Richard Trapp Elvis paschal, ? ;

E b } ern, and Farley Neasmin of and Steve Jenkins all of Miami
AI Miami Central.Brother Willie Jackson.
WITH ANY PURCHASE Wright was moderator This Brother Herbert Day andhis
OF $ .CUSTOMER discussion was a masterpiecein committee of Brothers Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boyer, 1311 NW 50th Street, announces
LIMIT ONE TO that the panelists identified ard Harris, Ulysses Horne, the engagement of their daughter, Cherry Anna Mills to Mr.
the Willie Wilson Boggis, Jr., of Waco,Texas,son of Mr. Wilson Boggis, I
W'' problems and fearlessly Wright, Virgil Rogers,
MATEL'S yt; Sr and the late Mrs. The Is
offered solutions to them.One Astrid Mack, Elliott Scavella, Margaret Boggis. wedding plannedfor

1 \ could readily observe that Elston Davis William Haley, December 28th.
LUCKYfoG'59 much and Edward
research had been done Braynon wishesto

'.. y because of the hardhitting thank the friends of Omega, Alpha PI Chi Regioml
facts that were presented. Mrs. Dana Dorsey Chapman,

.-.. WITH I...nUT ANY'. nuc....PURCHASE._ Tn._ riKTrtupo__. 'OF_'''$10.00_nWALKIE f".j.......... Following the panel discussion The First Federal Savings and ColvoRtloN Here I
r awards were presentedto Loans Association, Mrs.
TALKIES some of the county's outstanding Athalie Range, Mrs.John Cul-
: 007 TRANSISTOR. citizens. Brother mer, Mrs. Maureen Bethel, The Southeastern Regional ward Rolle and his Playboys
'''" : $9 Virgil and Mr. Ronald Rothman for Convention of Ipha Pi Chi Mrs. Peggy Dean is presi- I
Rei1995 .....:..... Prlknit Rogers presented outstanding -
I Service awards to their contributions.The entire Sorority, will be held at the dent of the local chapter
Everglades Hotel
Mrs. Mamie brotherhood of
TRANSISTOR Williams Mrs. Omega expresses -
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volume control.: .................$1 095"It I Marion Shannon, Mr. Charles its gratitude to all who Sorors of CLUB COGKOUT
Alpha Gamma
and this
Hadley, Mr.ArchieAyers.Carver supported program.
Chapter, Miami, are inviting
$1599 all their friends to attend the North Dade Sunshine Com-
volume control. Re(. 34.95UNBELIEVABLY ........ lilllill,) BEWARE public meeting on Friday at munity Club cordially invite

PRICED! Superstition Card Read. 7:30 p.m., and the conventionball you to a cookout at the home ot
,. :1 I ROCKEr GUARANTEES Nil'U GET Tea Reading, Witch at 10:00 Friday night. Mr.: and Mrs. Carl L. Hanna,
__..a WHAT YOU CAME FOR [Ranches Ing Both activities will be held 2451 NW 152ndst.,Opl-locka,
craft. They are all clntl
NEPTUNE TUG BOAT TOY CHEST in the Everglades Room. Nov. 25, at 8:00 p.m.
Now wanted and
you The Convention Ball, will Mrs. Cleve Price,presidentMrs.
. : lake/ tram sleet News needed.In. the Roman :feature exotic music of Ed- C. L. Hanna, reporter

). ". :i..__ lures Nudberr Catholic Church.
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967

Rev. Bowles Reports On

Dora E. Geiger, of

1935 NW 3rd Ct.,died Nov. 16. European TravelsWe

I. l CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I Survivors include two bro- were a group of 29 This boat-ride reminded me

thers, George Blake and Wil- Americans that took off from of Venice, Italy, with its
six sisters Mes-
liam Geiger; boat narrow passagesextending in
London England, on
dames Baker Thelma ,
Versey ,
I. IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS NOTE OF THANKS pritchard, Arnita Davis, Na- plane, Lunch was; jerved.and It cjjty-Amstef I luscious dish. TWO
In loving memory of I, "'the fanJllf e late .The family of the later dine Brown, Otha Skinner and 'I iwas one half a hours we arrived at pretty ptyce, wi &-;its ancient
't Services Satur-
Maisy setl&gs -- over
picturesque {
,'f ":' day 1:00 p.m., at First Faith Amsterdam, Holland. Well, onlya
*. RUBIN'JOHNSON custom and Immigration 800 years old! We spent
Cathedral.MRS. day in Amsterdam.On .
know that
out. You
Cora Lee Burch, of checked us 1967
the 19 of September
to their sincere included
express all of these were ,
1889 NW 65th St. died at a local -
.o 'we boarded an American express -
to the
thanks and appreciation
etc. etc.Your .
hospital. Surviving is an bus that took us on our
friends and
need to
many pastor go
aunt Mrs. Nettie Powell Haw-
the othr
tours through
their kind deeds and many to the toilet.When I got thereI
Services were
kinsville Ga.
of dur- countries of Europe; Ger-
expressions sympathy held met a middle aged Dutch ladyat
ing the death of our loved one. Saturday. the door collecting 25? en- many, Austria, Italy,Switzer-

Again, thanks from the bot- Lawander pugh of 425 NW trance fees. I paid my fee. The land and France.
While we were on the out-
tom of our hearts. clean. I also
6th St., Apt. 36, was the re- toilet was very able
skirts of Holland we were
but it is too bad
cent victim of an accident. had privacy;
The Family that the Dutch don't have the to see the outstanding ability
Survivors include her parents
of the Dutch people. Their
know-how. A25?
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Pugh
lands producing a
farm were
FRED W. ROBINSONwho IN MEMORIAMIn three brothers; grandfather, piece dropped into a slot and plenty .. a lot of grazing of
of one can gain entrance into a
loving memory Blonde Pugh; and grandmotherMrs

departed this life Nov. 26, ....................... ..-"".,. SAMUEL ALLEN Doris High. Services will toilet, without a collector cattle irrigation, forestry throughout, conservationand Hol-

1965. Gone, but not forgotto. be held Saturday, 10:00: a.m. being around at the doorandfor
he rest in the love of Mike, a lady at land.We
May peace. who passed November 10,1967at in the chapel. finally reached te Hol-
a man's toilet door!
familyIN K Jackson Memorial Hospital, ho- land an German border. We
off to
Soon we were our
wish to acknowledge all of the Soloman Barnes, died recently had to show our passports.
tel or rather motel, just newly
MEMORIAMIn in the community hos- ,
kind extended to
expressions Germany is like Holland, but
built. Also there was a nice
us during our recent hours of pital, Naples. He is survivedby is greater in proportion. Their
memory of my dear hus- bereavement.Your his wife,Doris Barnes;four dining room. farmlands alot of
band, the late children his parents, Mr.and Well, you know the ministerhad
cards ;
telegrams, grazing as well as forestry and
MR. WILLIAM COHEN r to give prayer, thanks
Y J! floral remembrances visits Mrs. Dudley Barnes;
who departed this life Nov.21, brothers Lester Jasper and praise to his Lord and God conservation, irrigation
'prayers and other acts of kind- ,
1965. Gone, but not forgotten. five sisters Mes- whilst "the children sat downto throughout Holland.
ness were deeply appreciated.We Dudley; ,
I did admire their well-kept
his oul rest in eat and to play.
May peace. dames Myrtis White Edna rose up
feel confident that without farm lands..men and women
these thoughtful gestures on Young, Etta Fields, Myrlean After a short rest we were working together. Saw some
Katie Cohen, wife off to the canals "A canal
Stewart and Etta D. Barnes.
your part, our burden would youth working too.
Fary Bell Payne & Mary boat." Our boat-ride was
Services Friday 2:00 in
have been much heavier to en- produces many potatoes
Knight, daughters through winding canals under ,
-- --- ---- dure.It the chapel
Willie Cohen, Jr., son WILLIAM SAUNDERS many bridges. We had a very grapes, apples, pears, plums,
is our that God
prayer and other
parsnips vegetablesand
And familyA informative Dutch girl
continues Jobless vou and keep RICHARDSONMr.
a lot of Christmas trees.
Could be but climb where you in his care. Many thanks told us many historical thingsof be continued
MESSAGE OF THANKSThe Moses stood William Thompson of the buildings along the edgeof (To )

And view the landscape o'er Mrs. Martha Allen, wife 524 SW 3rd Ave., died Nov 20, the canals as we traveled.

family of the late Not Jordan's stream, nor Mr. Jesse Allen, son .at his local residence. He is Some of the bridges we saw are
death's cold flood Rev. Clifford Allen, brother over 400 old. NAACP Raps
survived by a wife,Loise; five years
MRS. EMILY ROLLE, Should frighten him from the Mrs. Susie McMllllan, sis- daughters, Melady Vickers,

wish to e x p r e s s sincere appreciation shore. terMrs. Clara Davis, Derora Jenning, ALBERTMrs.

for the many Gracie Miller, Mrs. Barbara and Ronell Thompson Mary Mathis, 540 NW "KnowNothings"

thoughtful and kind acts of individuals Marion Saunders, mother Juanita Lane, Mrs Johnnie ; 8 boys, Charlie, Willie, 7th St., apt. 14, died Nov. 14.

friends and organi- Mary Saunders, wife Edwards, daughters. James, Clarence, William, Among her survivors are hus-

zations, during our recent be- Carolyn Lewis, Marion Han CARD OF THANKSThe Jr., Joseph, Loren, Reylius, band, Johnnie; five daughters, .

reavement. nah, and Verdell Wright, and Robert; two sisters, Allie Mesdames, Lillie M.Weakley,

'Especially do we thank the daughters, six brothers, two family of the late Rice Cust, Bertha Smith; four Gertrude Ross, Josephine In-

Christian Hospital staff, Revs.G. sisters, ten grandchildren brothers. Arrangements are gram, Mary Logan, and Mar- Ft; Myers. Gloster B.:

H. Taylor, R. L. Woodforkand family.IN. incomplete. % \, tha Hilton; two sons, ft.; T. and Current, Director of Branches

Edward T. Graham, and MEMORIAMIn C 1 e 0 p 1 us. Funeral services and Field Administration of

the members of the staff of the Infant Girl Higgs, died Nov. were conducted Monday. 'the National Association for

House of Albert Funeral Directors loving memory of i: 17, in Jackson MemorlalHos- Mrs. Matilda P. Wilson, the Advancement of Colored

pital. She is survived by a mo- 1224 NW 8th Ave., Fla. City., People at the recent Florida

ther, Mrs. Ecima Higgs. died Nov16. Among her sur- Conference 28th Annual Meet- '

The Rolle Family Burial will be in Dade County vivors are, husband, Emmett; ing blasted Negro militants as

Cemetery, Wednesday, Nov. one brother, Dennis Lowe; "know nothings" that were

IN MEMORIAMIn 22.Mrs. three step-daughters; two created by the mass media.

of Eliza Jerningan of step-sons; six grandchildren;
loving, memory our
dear mother 1375 NW 72nd St., died Monday three great grandchildren. The ghettos are on fire Mr.

Nov. 20 in the New Convales- Funeral services Wednesday, current said, because

f '\>.) cent Home. She is survived by 2:00 p.m. Liberty chapel. "pseudo leaders" have been

'.:, three daughters, Emaline Fel- created by newspapers and
,,1\ { der, Girtha Felder, Rosa Sel- Henry Sanders, 142 1/2 NW television, and have since been
,\.I don three sisters 2nd Ave died Nov. 17. Among off foolish
; ,.,, JOHN E. SAUNDERS ; Clara "spouting remarks -
tJ ') Holmes, Loun Marks, and survivors are a sister, Mrs. ."

';'f' \ vho this life Novemoer Rosia Hill. Funeral services Pearl Jeffery Union
departed -
\ ., ... 8, 1967, take this method will be conducted Saturday, ,Carolina. Funeral services In the past, he said, "we
; ; to thanks and nov. 25, in Mt. Hermon AME were Tuesday.Mrs. have been saving all our militancy -
express appre-
for the white oppressor.Now .
ciation to the friends and Church
HAZEL BETHELwho neighbors for many visits, prayers STEvlNS Elizabeth Floyd, 6332 let's get rid of some of the

in and words of consolation. NW 24th Ct., died Nov. 19.Her black nuts."

departed this life Nov. 26, Funeral services for PFC survivors are one daughter,
Special thanks to Rev. L.A.
1965. Thompson theTemple James H. McCrea of Hallan- Mrs. Omelia Roberts; one Mr. Current said the

Her memory lingers on. and dale, who died action in Viet son-in-law, Deacon Dan NAACP has since the turn of
Baptist Church Choir Rev.
BERNICE FOWLERwho Gone, but not forgotten. Daniels for remarks,, the Nam, Nov. 11, will be held at Roberts; one adopted daughter th e century, been in the fore-

of 2:00 p.m. Friday, Ebenezer Mrs. Anna Bell Senior; four front of the movement for hu-
I neighbors 63 St.,and friendsfor
departed this life Nov. 28, The FamilyIN good deeds, Mrs. Catherine Baptist Church, Hallandale. grandchildren; two great man dignity and civil rights,
Survivors include his wife, and the
Brennan for her solo and grandchildren. Arrangementsare Association could

1965.May her soul rest In peace Francis Funeral Home and Angie of Miami, his parents incomplete. proudly point to the Thurgood
Sfc and Mrs. Roselle Boyd of Marshalls, the Robert
wnd may perpetual light MEMORIAM staff.
?:tine upon her. Ft. Benning, Ga.; grandparents John Henry Williams, 15050 Weavers, and the Ed ward

Mr. and Mrs. Johnson St. died rookswbo from
Jl Mrs. Lue Esther Moss George Opa-locka, sprung
The family. and family Wiley of Hallandale. Nov. 18. Among his survivorsare ranks

one daughter,Irene, instructor -

FRANCIS at the Tucker School; Mr. Current defended white

CARD OF THANKS N jMOSES IN MEMORIAM Mr. Pat Gothey of 6357 SW one brother Willie; one son, sympathizers: U there are

Th family of the late I In memory of our mother 59th Pl., died Nov. 20, at his;; James; one sister-in-law, whites who want to work with

I horn e Funeral services will Mrs. Annie Williams; nieces. you, welcome them with open

AUGUSTA LYONS thanks HIELD to j MRS. MILEY WITHERSPOON be held, at 11 a.m. Saturday, Arrangements are incomplete arms, don't let them(the militants -
wish to express a Nov. 25, at Mt. Olivette Bap- fool "
who was so kind and Willie C. Mack, died Nov. 17. ) you.
everyone who departed this life 23 tist church Survivors include
Nov. Among his survivors are,
thoughtful during their hoursof I 1960. two nieces, Peggy Wilson,and wife; mother, Mrs. Maggie He said ghettos are also on
bereavement. Leola p. Baker one nephew fire because the Negro middle
Mother we have missed you ; Mack; two brothers, Walter
Special thanks to Fr. Lam- James Lewis class is under attack for not
since.that day. Sometime with Mitchell, Tommie Mack; two
bert Sands Fr.Theodore Gib- I
supporting extremist causes.
a smile or tear. But somedaywe sisters, Mesdames, Mary
of Christ Episcopal _,.oT "Riots and
son will understand. So sleepon During the Civil War, about William, Lucille Tremell; one
Church, Msgr.DonaldAnthony and take your rest. 200,000 Negroes enlisted in uncle, Tommie Diggs; two help the Negro get through the

St. Peters cathedral pallBearers MILLER Humbly submitted by: the Union Army and 30,000 in brothers-in-law; one sister- current "poor climate" of
Lodge No. 13,Household legislation, he said.
the Navy. Another quarter ofa in-law. Arrangements are in-
of Ruth, the Orchid Club, March 1 1890 Nov.26,1963.
Altermease, Frankie, and million Negro men and wo- complete.Mrs. The NAACP is for total integration -
ifelta Sigma Theta the Rest eternal grant unto him Charlotte, Witherspoon, men labored for that Army and Annie Lockett, 1825 in every phase of
ity, Neighbors many O Lord! And let light perpetua daughters.| Navy as teamsters, nurses, NW 6th PI., died Nov. 20. She American society, for Just

friends. shine upon him. Grandchildren Sgt. William cooks, fortification builders is survived by her husband, laws, law and order, and
his special
May God add ." C. Glenn,, Amos and Wilmaz- and pioneers, while many Rotart; one son,James Smith, ,against violence as a possible

blessing to all of you. 'f.. Lillian Miller, wife etta Witherspoon and Beverly more served as guides, spies one brother Silas Bell. Ar- solution Current told the

and family Whiley. and scouts. rangements are Incomplete. delegates.
The Hleld Family.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967 15 \

County Manager Pleased With

I Model Cities Program For MiamiCounty Ws'I II You Don'f Need Auto *.

Manager Porter our hope that -the new techni- program. These meetings Ins rase Do, t Ready 4s '
Homer mad'6IJhe following ojies we will be testing in the have included County, Miami :
statement upOkPlearning'Miaml Model City area will be successful and School officials,along with r 1" Y'
had been cTiOsenoneof the and that they will ulti- private agency representatives
cities In the rrt8de1'cities,,\ pro- mately be applied on a county- who will be directly Involved -
gram. wide basis as needed. with the planning pro-
We are indeed pleased that The federal grant will cover cess.
Dade County has been desig- 80% of the cost of planning the Representatives of the resi-
nated one of sixty-five citiesto program. We anticipate that dents of the model cities area
receive a planning grant for the planning process will take will be asked to participate in
the Model Cities Program. approximately a year. In an- the year's planning period in BECKET & BEAN
This program offers exciting ticipation of the grant announcement order that the program can
possibilities for a coordinated a number of best meet the needs and de
approach to solving manyof meetings have been held under sires of the people.We .
the pb y s lea 1, social, and the ausoices of the Little are confident that the recent Aufolnsurance For Everyone
economic problems in a large HUD"' to make advance plans organization of a Depart-
area of our community. It is for carrying out the planning ment of Housing and Urban Development
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.,.. tfIt4 '.... ....... 'r..... '--- ,politan government with Two Convenient Locations To
,"'- area 'wide powers was a significant -
# factor in the selectionof Serve You
9' ALE EMp'o' Dade County's proposal and
LAUDER that the administrative coordination -
which can thus be 27th Ave. & 62nd St.N.W.
.1' BY TONI SMILEY provided will be a great advantage -
&&J to the success of this pro- AND

The Basin Street East was alive with vivid excitement as gram.
0. V. Wright sang his latest "What about you." 0. V. Wrightwas 7th Ave
& 20th
weekend guest and staged three shows Friday Saturdayand LILLIE C. EVANSMOLESTATION St N.W.QM" .
Sunday. O. V, has made many, many hits in the last four
years to name a few;"You GOlUla Make Me Cry," "That's How

Strong About You"My Love and lots Is,"more."Eight Men and Four Women," "What FILM MONDAYA 'SftFAiih; ::YN' Drtir,* "OiFWttlYwr

The Elks Club of Fort Lauderdale begins its Thanksgiving program on the problemof '

festivities on Thursday, Nov. 23, when the Broward Modern ned child for the molestation regular PTA is plan-bimonthly :: Auto lisuriNct .Ptftcy;;, .;.'.:
Beauticians sponsor a dance. On Friday night Alpha Kappa
Alpha will host a dance, Saturday night the Venus Club will meeting on Monday, 1:: ', I' :' 'f
celebrate its 15th anniversary and on Sunday McNair Glide No. Nov. 27, at 7:45 p.m.A wr;'.:.91., 2'1. JM. Artt
and mm, "The Child Moles- : \ :; : ; :)
12 will host a Dance Fashion Show. 'FII \ .
DlI' iMli
A course In first aid is being offered to parents at Sunland ter" will be presented by Mr. : ; ,. .HWWti/i4Yiw. .. ,
William Matlin Director of *to i n tv M (2tHtiABniiv)| > 'r'' '
park Pool, 1451 NW 9th Street,Tuesday and Wednesday nights
beginning Nov. 28, at 7:30p.m.. American Red Cross Instruc- Public Services,Lithgow Fun-
tors will conduct the class, assisted by pool personel. The booklet eral Homes. Copies of the STOP IN OR CALL
class is limited, register, Nov. 21at8:00p.m., Sunland Park The Cautious Twins'
Pool. There is no admission for the class.For further information will be distributed to all
call 525-2772, ext. 373. attending. Music will be fur-
The monthly Community Service Council luncheon is scheduled nished by the school's Glee 696-0880

for Tuesday, November 28,noon,atSt.Clair's Cafeteria, Club.Mrs. I
Lois Anderson,presi-
across from Sears Town Fort Lauderdale.
At its Second Report Luncheon,Tuesday,Nov.7, the United dent, Mrs. Alese Gill, princi-
Fund of Broward County announced a grand total to date of .. .
$394,569.80 or a smashing 56.2% of the $702,000 .; !W''f\ .' ,
goal. t.o. .,
., ., ;JILT S))1tr.\, ,;"fi.'k',\ : \\\1" ',\\1111' 'tJ\. 1IIoIJI'JB. $"' .
Doyle McNeece of Juvenile Court Informs us that Larry E. Nurses Refresher 'r" t : '.1 Ln4, 9.;.+'" '," ,"' "4..' .','i'.J.., 1li1.1., ,.',,,;<;-aoln\ltt. :a:>l'"
Sander, Conselor, recently resigned and has moved to Wash- .. .
ington, D. C. where he is employed with the Federal Government Course At .. :.
Arthur Schmidt has been selected to fill the vacancy. ", {'. ': .
The Northwest Federated Women's Club recently celebrated ,;
its 29 Anniversary.At this ceremony an award was presented MiamiDadeRegistered HOMER HAWKINS ANNOUNCES THE :,'
to Mrs. Alice DeVeaux for Meritorious Service in the Com-
munity for her Mariculous Picture of which she is founder and nurse refresher '
president. courses will be conducted by
Mrs. Helen Thompson, R. N., formerly with Albany County Miami-Dade Junior College's r1AN D
New York Department of Health,has Joined the visiting Homemaker Department of Nursing begin- ,
Service of Broward County,Inc.She teaches and coor- ning early in 1968, accordingto I
dinates the 60 hour training i course for homemaker.H alth Dr. William A. Weber,
aides, and holds weekly inservice training sessions for small director of MedicallyRelated opeNINGI
groups. The instruction is given in a new, complete equippedroom Programs.The .
adjacent tothe office at 409 E.Broward Boulevard. Visi- courses are aimed at
tors are welcome. inactive registered nurses Of
who may wish to return to
work, part-time or full-time,
to help meet the need for train-
LIFE INSURANCEDoesn't ed health personnel.
These and othes are planed -
throughout Florida under
a contract between the Florida -
Cost It PaysLast Nurses Association and the I : ) Its NewLocation
Division of Nursing,U.S. Public { FLORIST'
Health Service.Dr. Alice
life i insurance benefit in
year payments Keefe is state nurse coordinator \ :;
America amounted to more than $12,000,000- of the program for the :

000.00. FNA.Others collaborating' on the I I 5841 NW 17TH AVENUE

national in 46 states
Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for project :
death are the Department of Labor, I (Y2 BLOCK NORTH OF RANGE FUNERAL HOME) ,
payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was Department of Health, Educa- -
paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form tion and Welfare, and the EXPERT FUNERAL DESIGNS

of policy dividends, surrender values, disability American Nurses Associa COMPLETE LINE OF I

payments, mature endowments, and annuity tion.Offered !
Artificial '
free of charge, the Arrangements )
payments. courses will be 20 hours a I
week for eight weeks.Classes .;. Plants Corsages 7'
will be held on'M.DJC'sNorthCampus

Those Interested in re- 7 Dozen Carnations
turning to nursing service are
asked to contact Miami-
THROUGH LIFE INSURANCE Dade's Department Nursing OR Rpn.
or the District Nurses Asso- e $6
ciation by Nov. 28. Some 45 PINK $'.50
CENTRAL LIfE volunteers are needed for the
first section of the refresher
courses so that they can beginin Watch For Our Money Saving Specials
INSURANCE COMPANY January, says Dr. Keefe.
Each Week ,.

Henry Blair became the
1416 NORTH BOULEVARD -TAMPA FLA. first Negro to receive a pa
tient in 1834 for his see d PHONE 693-4531
DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE planter. In 1836 he was granted
a patent for a corn harvester.


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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, J967 I


,j. +1 lit'"', .',.
Jackson pastor
s' ., > Rev.. Roscoe ,
Willie Beard, reporterThe w ; arr
pastor wish to thank

each and everyone who accompanied -

him, on last Sunday, to +
Pehokee, to render servicesfor r
Rev. W. M. Bouyer and r
congregation of New Hope
M. B. Church. We had a glori-

ous time.
On Friday, Ushers' Board
No. Two will commence cele-
brating their Fifth Anniversary -
Rev. W. M. Slater and REV. W.O. WEST
congregation of Day SpringM. REV W.C. EDGAR

B. Church will be in chargeof BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST and Rev. 0. W, West will be
the services.
the evening speaker.You .
On Sunday afternoon, Rev. Rev. Wilson M. Davis, pastor are invited to our regu-
W. E. Sims and congregationof Donella Turner, reporterWe service each Sun-
( lar worship
3Jn 'Uu
inu Eljurrfj
n aj! New Hope M. B.Church, Mi- Invite you to our Annual

ami will close out their anni- Men's Day,Nov.26.Rev.W.C. day.To our sick and shut-in a
versary. Time: 3:00 p.m. Edgar will be the morning speedy recovery.

NEW HOPE P. B. They are extending cordial' speaker, Rev. J. E. Murray,
Jehovah's Witnesses invitation to all of you to share will be the afternoon speaker,
i Rev. H. C. Sammuels, pastorS. with them this occasion. ST. JAMES AME

K.Robinson,reporterWe Deacon Vandell Bovan,
Convention at BiscayneA would like to extend our president. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor

whole hearted thanks to all the Joseph Marshall, reporterThe

three day circuit conven- Much stress will be laid on wonderful people who helpedus Rev J. E.Jenkins,pastor chairman, Mrs. Betty
tion of parents and family the need of daily inculcation make our Women's Day Ruby' L. Carr, reporterThe Brown and co-chairmanMrs.
groups of Jehovah's Witnesse:!i of Bible principles based on program a successful one.The pastor and membersare Doris Williams, and the wo-
will take place Nov. 24-26, at the scriptural command morning speaker Mrs.S.Car- grateful to Sister ULIA C. men wish to thank everyone for
Miami's Biscayne Kennel teach youth 'from their rising line and evening speaker Mrs. Drake for the efforts put forthin their splendid cooperation in
lube 320 NW 115th St. up to their laying down!" The W. E. Simms. getting many of our mem- helping to make Women's Daya

According to Bennie Crump, minister stated that such Special congratulations are bers to attend the Testimonial success. All projects were
local presiding minister, the training will strengthen in order to Mrs. Lucinda .. Dinner in honor of Dr. J A. successful because of the hard

convention will draw delegates youth's resolve to not follow Williams, chairman, and Mrs. Finlayson, president of the work and effort each chairman
from east coast cities as far the trend toward moral laxity Hattie McGowen, co-chair- General Baptist State Conven- demonstrated. They all have

as West Palm BeachandSouthto and sexual permissiveness.The man. I tion, Friday, novo 24, at lie our grateful appreciation. We
Key West.Crump added, *In convention climax will Congratulations to Mrs. Deauville Hotel, proceeds go- are fortunate in having of-
an age when youth is permittedby be district supervisor CharlesG. Lenora Coates for being ing to the Florida Memorial ficers, members, and friends
society to run through every Thompson's delivery of crowned Mrs. New Hope p. B. College. The pastor is especi- who are so devoted and willing
moral stop sign with the tacit "Will God Intervene in Men's for 1967. ally elated as tables will be reserved to give of their time and always

approval of many of their sen- Affairs?" Sunday, Nov. 26, at Mrs.Altamese Silimon and .' dh in te name of Friend- working with but one thoughtin
iors it is essential that parents 3:00 p.m.crump said at least Mrs. G. L. Harper were first ship as he feels this is a worthy their minds, That Saint
receive continuous train- 1,500 Jehovah's Witnesses and and second place winners.Congratulations 4 cause and also honoring a James AME Church will grow
ing to enable them to guide interested persons are ex- to the Jun- great leader. and grow."

their youth away from moral pected. All sessions are free iors and their candidate. Miss MAE WOOD The, Mission Department, Because of the kind and generous -
and emotional decay and open to the public he concluded Josephine McCoy in their first express their thanks to Rev.C. members in our church,

Continuing Crump stated try of the women's day crown. Mae Wood received the oast J. Burney and congregation the Ninteecth Annual Women's
This Sunday, at 3 p.m. The Grand daughter Ruler's degrees of New Providence Bap- Day turned out to be especially
No. Two Choir with Mrs.Har- and honors, August 27, tist Church for your servicesto one of joy since the goal

per president, would like to Invite in Los Angeles, California. the support of the Mission originally set was met,which
you to come out and Joinin She has been commissioned by Department Anniversary.Rev. proved everyone involved met
.\. another spiritual musical the Grand Daughter Ruler as J. E. Wright and congregation the obligation to the church.
program district deputy for the Miami will be in Charge of
a services Monday, Nov. 27, at
t'" a.r" area.My Itinerary:I will make my 8 p.m., to help in our Building

..xjM Ii. EBENEZERIn official visits and hold elec- Fund, sponsored by No.Three

the women's day obser- tion for the "ollowing Temples; Usher Board. We are expecting -

It I vance the women raised Friday, Dec. 1, Antlers Mr. Art Green in our services -
Temple; Monday, Dec. 11, Sunday the helpful com-
over aperiodoftwomonths.
'. $5,558.68,
uu Overseas Temple; Wednes- entator of Radio Stat. WAME. .y
Mrs. Equilla Snipes,
day, Dec. 13, Greater Miami Our deepest smypathy
leader of class No. three, reported -
I 24330. Reporting this Temple; Tuesday, Dec. 19, Brother N. L. Lewis in the loss
Dec. of his sister in Columbus Ga.
amount enabled her to retain Liberty Temple; Monday, /
25, 0. W. Bannerman; Sunday Our get well wishes to members t
the 'crown of Mrs. Ebenezer,
Dec. 17 PrideofMiamiCoun- who are ill.
,\; from the previous year of
.. 1964. Mrs. Snipes was rewarded cil.
-- -- I earnestly hope that each of
ticket to
. EMMA BELL LOUISE SAWYER Nassau.a Bahamas.trip MrsAHene you will put into efforts some MT. CALVARY

I The women will celebrate Mrs. Lee net t e pennington V. Taylor, $121.50, she re- plans and projects for the
Rev. S. Atchison
growth and success of our organization pastor
I their first annual Women'sDay from Richmond Heights and ceived a token; Mrs. Maybell The
for the future. No. One Usher Board
i I Nov. 26. the evening speaker will be Porter, $116.00 and Mrs.A. D. Humbly submitted in chair- express their thanks to every- MRS. CLORA PEARSALL
Mrs. Emma Bell, our women's Hall $101.00.
Sallie Carline. Both are ,
one for make their
and an-
ft ity, justice, sisterly love
day chairman and Mrs. We would like to give thanksto
so plan
outstanding speakers The theme was "The Wis-
Mae Wood District niversary a success.
I Louise Sawyer, co-chairman now to join in with us Sunday, dom and Goodness of Chris fidelity, The Junior Usher Board is our speaker of the morning
R are working hard with members Deputy. Mrs. Clora M. Pearsall the
Nov. 26. tian Women. Mrs. Dora W. sponsoring a trip to the Zoo ,
E and friends to bring to you to for the principal of Orchard Villa
Don't forget pray Wright brought the morning and the Beach. The public is
| a program which everyone will sick and shut-ins. message and Mrs Lee Etta ST. AGNES EPISCOPAL invite d. Tickets maybe pur- Elementary School. She is an

ft enjoy. Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor. Thomas was the evening chased from any member of active member of St. James.
9 The morning speaker will be speaker. Mrs. Allene V. Tay- Fr. Lambert L. Sands, rector the Junior church. Her message was entitled,

lor served as chairman, Mrs. Publicity Comm., reporting Please pray for the sick and "The Role of Christian Wo-
| VALLEY GROVE DRAKE MEMORIAL Mamie Lambert and Mrs. Sunday, Nov. 26, is CalendarTea shut-ins. men in the Present Wold Crisis -

Ruthie M. Scott, co-chairmen. Day. Our program beginsat ."
K| Rev. J. Torrence, pastor Rev. J. W. Dunn, pastor 4:00 p.m,in the parish hall. Also since thanks are

ft ucile Torrence reporter The pastor is asking all of- All our friends are welcometo BROWNSVILLE in accord, "thank you to all the
The pastor share in this affair with us. teen-agers of the future
| express thanks ficers, members and friendsto GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
Our annual Men and Boys Rev. J. E. Wright, pastorC. women of our church for their
| to the church and visiting meet him at St. Mary'sBaptist -
Corporate Communion will be "Discovery of America.Tea"at
& friends for accompanlng him Church, Rev.Tanner, pas- Rev. W. F. Savoy,pastorA Culpepper, reporterThe
tor at Our celebrated, Sunday,December church would like to the home of Rev. and Mrs.F. .
on Sunday
I to Key Largo last week to run ,
a five night revival meeting., church will be in charge of the delightful family night was 3, at 7:30: a.m. thank those who helped to make E. Sneed, and the many
I I He took intwenty-threeduring service for the Missionary So- yllast.TuesdaYEveningandeveryone The church family was very our pre-thanksgiving dinner a friends who attended this event
ciety. present had an enjoyable happy to have worshipping with success. Sunday afternoon
K the week.
I time. We thank the us on last Sunday, the Rt.Rev. The Senior Choir will cele- On Monday, Nov. 20, at 8.00
The president would like to Sister Dorothy Brown, church for its contributions to James L. Duncan, D.D., brate their 7th anniversary, p.m., the officers and mem-
I thank Rev Norton and the KingBelaire's president of the Pastor's Aid the thanksgiving food project, and his new bride of a few Nov. 24 and 26, the public is bers gave the pastor and his

b along with those who is UlinParkwayGeneralHospital. in which the needy persons received weeks.BAHA'IS. cordially invited. Let us re- wife, his assistants and their
t helped to make their first anniversary visit and
Please us
I food for their holiday member the sick and shutinsin wives, "Appreciation night,"
a success. pray for her. dinner. We are appreciative. OF MIAMIThe our prayers. His assistants were, Rev. and
Prayer meeting Tuesday All Juniors please be These projects were spearheaded Mrs. David Williams,and Rev.
c 7 p.m. we are asking all mem- present Sunday, at 5:30 p.m by the Board of Dea- Baha'is of Miami will and Mrs. Willie Pardon.
> bers and friends to please attend NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
are preparingiNG OUR MUSH cons, Mr. Harold Hlggs, gather inobservance ofthc Every AME Church in
P Rev. Heart will -
( preach for the Christmas season. chairman. Day of Covenant, on Saturday, Rev E. Williams, pastor Florida will meet at Payne
after prayer meeting. Parents please send We will have a congregational Nov.. 25, 8 p.m., at 137 NW 11 Usher' Board No. 2 is spon- Chaple AME, in West palm
f your
This the
Friday night
[ is the church toac-pastor boys t o the scout meeting on meeting after the morning Ave. Miss IdaSolomon,secre- soring a "Calypso Night," at Beach, Sunday, Nov. 26, for
asking Friday, at 6:30 p.m. Mr. Mit- service this Sunday, to re- tary, will speak on the mean- the beach, this Saturday, No- the annual conference.
l sompany him to St. Paul,Rev. chel and Mr. Richardson will view the financial status of the ing of the Covenant as revealed vember 25. The bus will leave Choir No. One would like to

I Henderson is the pastor In the train your boys in all phasesof church, as we approach the end by Baha'u'llah, and whichis the church at 7 p.m. Donationis thank the members, friends,
behalf of his anniversary. scouting. of this year. Let us all make accepted by Baha's as God's $1.00. Our destination is and choirs i of the many

| Remember the sick, shut- You are always welcome to the effort to go out of the year Covenant with humanity for Crandon Park Beach, pit No. churches for their fine spirit
: ins, bereaved families and attend "The Biggest Little with all of our church financial this day.The public is cordially 5. Won't you come for a tasteof and cooperation on their 48th
*,' those in the armed services church in town." obligations taken care of. ) invited to attend. the Island's food and fun? anniversary
}l in our prayers.

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women will celebrate Male Chorus, Charles Rev. A. J. King, acting pastor
their Fourth Annual Women's Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
d Ambrose, president, DeaconR. D. A. Bradley, pastor
Day, on Sunday, Nov. 26. Our director and MissE. No. Two Choir wish to
Hepburn, Louise McGriff, reporter
morning speaker will be Mrs. thank the choirs for participating -
will cele- 26 we will
Douglas pianist, Sunday, Nov. ,
I C. Mickins of Mt. Ollivett on their ninth anni-
brate its anniversary on Sun- celebrate our Women's Day,
Baptist Church and and for helping to
evening day, Nov. 29, at 3 p.m.A most versary we are saying to you come and
speaker will be Mrs. WaltonY. make it a success. '>'
enjoyable program is antici- ; worship with us. Pur
Robinson of Ebenezer Me- Tbff Deacons and Deaconesses -
thodist pated and a number of singing man, Sister Jessie L. Smith,
Church Our guest will hold their monthly
groups will be participating. and co-chairman, Sister MaryR.
soloist will be Mrs. Valdez meeting this Friday, at 8 p.m.
This chorus has made very Brown, have two wonderful -
Murray.Mrs. All asked to be present.The .
valuable contributions to the speakers for you to enjoy,
Cleolia of Carol
is Johnson
McCartney Rev.
church over the years and has Sister Sallie Carline will be
chairman, Mrs. Mary Bullard will preach for the
made a name for itself. the morning speaker, andSister -
i co-chairman, and Rev. Adam Workers this Sunday
Willing ,
\' 't' The Templeites will serve W. K. Smith will be the
/ Rutherford, is pastor. at 3 The public is invited.Let's .
p.m. and
,., jJ during the morning worshipand evening speaker. Come
take time out this
No. Two choir during the hear these great ladies.
IRENE BURNS BROWN LIBERTY CITY CHURCHOF Thanksgiving and be thankfulto
evening.In We thank each and everyonewho
Morning Speaker Evening Speaker
for his .
CHRIST, INC.F. last week's account of God goodness.Don't turned out with us to the
Nov.26 Is Women's seeing you. those the forget to pray for the last Sunday.
Sunday, L.Thompson, ministerT. making highest re- different tea's on
and are looking forward Rev W. J Macon for women's the sick and shut-ins. the sick and
Day, we is pas- S. Holmes, reporterOn ports day, Remember ,
to a most successful day tor and Sara E. McRae, isre- Thursday Thanksgiving names should have been Mrs.A. shut-ins. Visitors are always
both spiritually and financially. porter. the members have been invit- C 1 ar k. Mrs. Bryant, MT.TABORRev. welcome.

The chairman, Mrs. Rosa ed to have breakfast and wor- Miss Douglas and Mrs. E.
and the co-chairman Miss J. Hendon, acting pastor
Shannon Campbell. Douglas'name
CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. ship with the Central Church of .,
Dessie Crokett. reporter "
Mrs. Emily McDaniel leav- Christ, 426 NW 27th Avenue was imdvertently omit-

ing no stone unturned to make Theo. R. Gibson, rector The meeting in West Palm ted. Sorry! The church is having a -

this a day well to remember.The Antoinette Silva, reporterThe Beach, has closed with rewarding Thanksgiving rally. The of-

speaker for the morn- Annual Calendar Tea, results. ficers are well pleased with the

ing, Mrs. Irene Burns Brown was held Sunday afternoon, The end 0 f the year brings shown until now
and the speaker for the even- Nov. 19. Twleve girls, each good news to many members, from each member of the ,

ing, Mrs. Lillie Doles, are representing a month of the and to the church as a whole. SPEAK AT ANTIOCH church. The rally terminates I

both known for their elo- year were beautifully attiredin We hope to make our last pay- Sunday, Nov. 26.

quence.We pastel evening gowns. ment on the airconditioner.Plan BENEFIT PROGRAM The a.m. sermon will be de-

are looking forward to Crowned the month of the year to worship with us soon Mrs. Susie Holley,presi- livered by Rev. Lester C. Al-

was Miss Antionette Silva
dent of the Women's Missionary -
COUSIN CLOSES 10th representing the month of NEW MT. MORIAHREV. and Educational Conven- Each member is asked to A

YEAR AT GREATER July. Mrs. Frankie Rolle. tion, Auxiliary to the Baptist continue to give full supportand
counselor at G. W. Carver General State Convention of to give this "effort 100%,

BETHELRev. Junior High School, read the Florida will be the guest spiritually, morally, and financially -

S. A. Cousin and Mrs. Also profiles of each contestant. speaker, at the benefit pro- L :
appearing on the program
Mary Cousin were the hon- gram on Thursday night, Nov.
were Michael Roberts
orees, Nov. 20, when the officers r nr 30, at Antioch Baptist. REV. J. W. STEPHENSON
William Rolle, and Melody MT PLEASANT
and members sponsoredthe Rolle who presented musical We are proud and fortunatein NEW PROVIDENCEThe

traditional appreciation selections; Darniece and Par- obtaining such a dynamic 11590 s.W. 220 St.
night. miese Brown who the speaker.
gave occasion men will observe their
The occasion was the end of and closing; Mrs. Fan- We will celebrate the pastor's No-
Music will be furnished by Six begin- annual Men's Day,Sunday,
the conference year; and, a nie Hall presented the third r. the Northwestern School Anniversary vember 26. The chairman: ,
High 24 at 8
ning, Friday, Nov. p.m.
testimonial for the outstanding runner Bessie Saunders
; Roundtree
Brother C. pro-
Vocal Ensemble and the An- and J.
service rendered to the church Miss Geneva Bethel presented Rev W. F. Tanner Sr. con- mises wonderful time for all.
tioch Youth choir anni- a
in The
during the 10-year tenure of second runner-up, Mary gregation charge. The morning speaker is

Rev. Cousin as pastor. Hall; and Mrs. Rosa Marie Proceeds, will be contributed versary closes Sunday after- Rev. J. W. Stephenson and the
noon Nov. 26 at 3 Rev.
Mitchell crowned "Miss t toward, Florida Memorial evening speaker Is Rev. I. H.
With his family and dele- Calendar" for the year 1967- College. W. H. Faison is in charge.and Readon. The theme: "God ..

gates to the annual South 68, Antoinette S i 11 v a. Prizes Everyone is welcome, Wants Real Men." The public
A cordial invitation is for the sick and shut-ins.
extended pray
Florida Conference, Rev. were presented by Fr. Theo. A. L. SHIPP is cordially invited to all the
Cousin left Nov. 21 to participate .. ,Gibson to the crowned queen; to the public. Rev. P.W. Rev. A. H. Lockett, pastor services.

in the conference, being Thanksgiving is a time to Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor Wiggins is the pastor. M. Bennett, reporter.

held this year at Payne Chapel give thanks for our many bles- Evelyn Souter, reporterA

AME Church inWestPalm sings that we have received, I surprise birthday party

Beach. hope you will remember the was given to our pastor, Mon-

many unfortunate ones as we day, at his home. The pastor
Rev. Cousin has garneredthe give thanks on this day. May would like to thank his wife, WE WOULD LIKE TO PUT |

support throughout the all enjoy a Happy and thankful Mrs. C. Collins, Mrs. E.
AME Connection.He is looking Thanksgiving. Souter, and all members for

forward to being elected a their attendance and gifts. MONEY IN YOUR

Bishop of the church when the Our monthly conference,

General Conference meets in ST. MARY'S W. M. Thursday, Nov. 30, at 7:30

Philadelphia, next year. Rev. H. V. STUARt, pastor p.m.The CHURCHTREASURY!

Mrs. Mary Cousin was re- Our congratulations to the pastor and members

cently named Woman of the Pastor's Aid i on their anni- thank the Rev. E. Rahmings, _
Year for 1967. She serves Rev. F. Carter, Rev.R.Jackson -

faithfully as a missionary versary A blessed celebration Thanksgiving Sunday.is Rev. B. Mack and their Everyone must buy clothing somewhere !

worker and sponsor of the extended to all from our pastor congregations, and all others

youth choir of Greater Bethel. May. God richest blessings that- participated. and attended Our Discount prices are the
Son, Gary Cousin, is a studentat be with you always. the weekly services duringthe
Miami High, a sports par- "Sons and Father Home
The Male Chorus will sing lowest in town!
ticipant and he is actively involved Coming."
all day Sunday Nov. 25. There

ties of the in various community.Thethree youth activi- will be Testimonial services Remember the sick, shut-
The Superintendent of the
other Cousin children ins, our pastor, bereaved
Sunday School is asking all families and those in the Arm- Cut out the coupon-insert the name and address of your churchwe --
Sylvester, Jr., Robert and
parents to please send your
Bernadette) and their families children a littler earlier on ed Services in your welcome.prayers. will mail them a check each month for 5% of your cash pur-
Visitors are always
are working diligently to boost Sundays. We begin at 9:30a.m. chases. Your church benefits and you benefit by the "reduced"

Rev. Cousin's candidacy for We were happy to see so offer. .
Episcopal honors in 1968. prices we
many of our members back in
out because MIAMI TIMES! '.
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THE MIAMI TIMES'', Friday, November 24, 1967

Maryland Governor ;is Speaker Employment Workshop To Be Held December. 1

I The Equal Employment Opportunity taming qualified personnel.to;
Task Force, in its communicate the local resources -
At Senefor Cain TestimonialRepublican continuing efforts to aid the to relieve unemployment DON'T MISS

: community, will hold a workshop and the shortages of ST. AGHESEPISCOPAL
Florida Memorial College he "Solutions to Your Em- .help. Registration $3.50 per
is active with the Florida ployment Problemsat the person includes luncheon and
Agnew Maryland, will
make his first public Travel Council, Florida's Pan Air Recreational Club coffee break. Reservationsmay ANNUAL
ance in Florida at the appear Deau- a Charitable Solicitation Advisory from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00: p.m., be sent to Mrs. Dorothy DA1t.' TEA
Committee, National on December: 1. Edwards, Registrar, Box 3294
ville a
hotel, Miami Beach on Miami, with checks to Sunday, Nov. 26, 1967
Dec. 11, when he will address Committee for the Support of Geared for all employers, payable
Public Schools, Chamber of workshops will be condlcted the EEO Task Force. List
over 1000 persons at a dinner at 4:30 p.m.
honoring former United States Commerce of the Americasand by representatives from the names, company and addressof
Senator the Federal Grand Jury Florida State Employment those who will be attending.
Harry P. CainR.
for the Southern District Service, EEO Task Force,and
Wash. who
), now resides in the
Florida.It the Division of Vocational,
Gold Coast community.The .
is expected that Governor Technical and Adult Educationwith Lincoln FieldsApartments
dinner is sponsored by
Agnew will make a major ad- ample time provided for
the Florida Memorial College,
the 75 year old, predominantly dress on United States foreign In-depth discussions with -
policy and the internal prob- workshops will be to deter
Negro, Baptist related four
year liberal arts college, 1 lems of the nation. mine specific problems Inob- RESIDENT MANAGER

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from St. Augustine. The new Enjoy Living in Cool, Clean Apartments
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struction and classes will openin
Morgan State College, Gover-
Sept., 1968. nor Agnew is the son of an immigrant FREE GAS FREE CITY WATERTile
A member of the college ad-
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he is the first Greek to ever Bathroom Free Garbage Disposal
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967 19

I UDelto Volunteers: A Sorority In Action" I

need to establish boy and girl
i hP ,
1 { k
scout clubs, along with charm i F
clinics and other clubs.These

clubs are of great value because P P M, F C
pupils in the commun-

ity school lack "selfimage"and f
"self identification." r,

Mr. Willie J.Wright,direc-
tor of the Naran ja Community

School quoted significant differences -

between the com-
munity schools and other

schools in that community

schools were financed 75% by i

the government and 25bythe
county. He stressed that the

"need1 for volunteers in our .
.. ..
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communities is very impor-
tant because young adults pos- "DELTA IS DEDICATION"Wright .

sess certain personalities and
elaborated, have tre- Mrs. Betty Barbieri,chair-
wttltudes which reflect their
mendous job in beating down man of Community Resource
interest in
." disappointments in these peo- Comm. EON, reported
ple. Volunteers must be hon- "Helpful tips fora Volunteer"

est, sincere, willing to help related to community resources -
"Vn'"ntAA"' It" ,,,.. onrl !nnwt ,.., elf "r'-..H iM4 and activities. "Resources" -
involve money,
I PANEL MEMBERSThe things, programs (education)
and people.

Social Action Com,and So r 0 r s Pratt and Simpson
knowledge regarding the Mrs. Curtis,,'A Look at our
mittee of the Miami Alumnae Brownsville and Naranja Community. ," cited many collaborated on the status3f
Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta areas. cases of the lowsocioeconomic 4A the Social Action project

Sorority, Inc., launched Nov. The panel consisted of;Sor- status in the Browns- and Delta Volunteers. Remarks -
4, a new and challenging pro- ors Miriam Pratt and Victoria ville community.A closer loo were in order as Soror

ject of providing volunteers Simpson (chairman and cochairman at this community shows that: President Gussie Ervin,along
e r v Ice to young people and ), Mrs. Elizabeth Most children live with only rith the entire chapter, accepted -
adults in the Brownsville and Espy Curtis asst. director of one parent; families are as- the challenge:"A Commitment -
sited the Welfare To Action." To meet
Naranja communities. Home Management of EOPI by Social
Security and the EOPI.In other his challenge in our ever-
Mr. James E. direc-
Fayson, families +I hanging society the Miami
one parent is disabled -
This project was of Naranja Community
highlighted with a panel of School and Mrs. Betty Lou hospitalized, dead, etc. ilumnae chapter of Delta Sig-
t na Theta Sorority will pro-
community directors and resource Barbieri, chairman: of Com- Mr. James E. Fayson, director ide many opportunities that

workers who shared munity Resource Committee, of Brownsville Com- ill enrich the lives of
their special interest, skills, EOPI.SOCIAL munity School emphasized the eople needing an extra lift.


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I ISubmitted

I Dade Schools Need Kindergartens; May Cut Out 12th Grade

School Superintendent Joe at the request of classrooms, and uses 471 por- omission to a complete educational -

6 Hall said in a report to a leg- a legislative subcommittee of tables. He urged a speedup program is the
islative subcommittee Wed- the select Bipartisan Com building program to relieve lack of kindergartens," the

nesday that Dade County's big- mittee on Education, his report overcrowding.The report said.
gest educational headache is urged: report said that about "If we are not concerned

the lack of kindergartens.He Hiring more teachers on a 40 per cent, or from 3,000 to about the development of our
12-month basis to meet pupil 4,000 of Dade's teachers would own pupils," he said"we
said that without them
needs, upgrade professional have heeded the teacher walk- should at least be concernedwith
of the
the educational system
performance and provide a out which the Bipartisan Com- the problems confronting
1 s r, county never can be complete. larger base salary. mittee helped avert two weeks them in competing with pupilsin
With them there is the possibility -
More flexibility in the ago by paving the way for a other areas who have an additional
of cutting costs by elimi-
teacher-pupil ration require- temporary truce.Dade's year of educational
nating the twelfth grade. ments to experience."
pemit experimental "most obvious

eMi Dade, like the rest of the programs. ..... f ;,.. .-- ..._.,-,, .;
pr k; state, Hall said I has seen Higher teacher salaries. t._ 1. :
teacher morale drop, and is Teachers aides to handle w

.. plagued by inadequate text clerical work to give teachers "
-" books and overcrowded class- more time with students.He : .
I HOSTESSES FOR EVENING rooms. said Dade is short 500 .1" ABII.1t :

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967 21

.. Beats Southern 27-20 ;
Spearing ; v

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: .. 1
With.I Readv For ftafffers .

Grambling, La. Special in Miami on December 2. superiority either way earlyin 73 yards in nine plays to takea I I
(Resolute and rugged underpressure With quarterback James the contest as the two clubs 17-13, lead Into the dressing i .
Grambling College, Harris performing like an exquisitely minimized running efforts until room for intermission.
gouged Southern University, designed instrumentof Southern opened up,with a Henry Jones scored from :
SPEAR 27 20, here Saturday after- destruction the Tigers wide-open disp1ayofpreclsloa the one. \
noon to win its fifth Southwestern scored a come 49 behind maneuvers in a determined Southern rebounded with a :
CITY OF MIAMI HANDICAP SATURDAYThe Athletic Conference touchdown and kicked a field 80-yard scoring drive. third period score but follow .
Championship in nine years. goal in the final quarter while Fullback Robert Holmes ing this explosive outburst, the :

$10,000added City of Miami Handicap threeyearolds The spectacular victory forcing the Jaguars to employ banged across from the four visitors' offensive outlook was : ,
and older at one mile and 70 yards Is Saturday's featured provided a dress rehearsal for desperation tact as old grads on a power run that dismayed strictly bi-focal and of frost- ,
event at Tropical Park. Indications are that this race will be the Orange Blossom Classic cheered lustily. at least four tackles. Mark ed glass variety. '. 1
contested in two sections as was the opening day Hurricane with Florida A&M UniversityErnie's There was no marked Samples booted the pat from Marcus Allen tailed from
Handicap which attracted a pair of nine horse fields. placement. the 11 on a sweep that all but j
Trainer Arnold Winck who sent a quarter after the Hurri- Recruiter. denounced the tenacious ,
It at this point that
cane Handicap is contemplating which of six candidates en- Tigers.
ter in the City of Miami Handicap. Winick, always strong in HARRY'S HOT DOGS: Harris took over and demon- Technical mistakes at crucial -
to the
strated frenzied crowdof
South American runners, has several of these in addition to points wiped out,with regularity !
native stock. Among the Winick trained possibilities Sacra- Sansar. He's been missing 'em close. May want a longer 27,161 the throwing talent, what opportunities
: distance of poise and leadership that has
mento, Tallado, Jeronla,,Fleet Admiral. Last season Winick ground. Southern had of winning,while
saddled the $1,000,000 syndicate horse Fathers Image to win Mediocre A llttermate to Enfanta and a hot prospect to made him a top all-american Grambling took full advantageof
this event. move rapidly up the granding ladder. candidate. what breaks came its way

Bi Jay Acres Stable's Fort Drum, 60/1 winner of the Cityof Alined and Alarmed A pair of new 0. K, Duke pups who Working under a touchdown and battled as though its very
Miami Beach Handicap in 1966, is a strong possibility as look like sure winners. handicap, Wesltly Bean got life was endangered right down ..
are stakes winners Stanlslas, B. F.'s Own,Shade 2nd, and Stephen Miss Saddler Due to score soon. Grambling on the board with a to the wire.
Foster. Paraphinalia A good one with mustard in her next mara- 20-yard field goal. The Tigers rambled 35-

Mrs. Charles F. Parker's Pollux, now retired to stud in thon assignment. ___________ Harris Immediately took the yards with the game-saving
Ocala, Florida, is the only horse to put together consecutive edge off of this clash of Swac touchdown after Roger Williams -
victories in the Hurricane and City of Miami Handicaps. Sev- Orange Blossom Classic On Titans with a neatly executed sto1ethe ball from a

eral horses, have, however, competed in both and earned 45-yard pass to Glen Alexan- Southern pass receiver. Will
money shares of the purses.As TV To New York Philly der and later scored from the Armstrong scored on a tight
a special attraction Miss NormaShere,University of Mi- one to cap a 77-yard drive. rope run from the four.It I
ami coed and the reigning Miss Miami,will make the presen- was at this point that Bean :
tation following the running of the race. Washington, Atlanta The kick did little more sent Southern supporters into
post time than harass the Jaguars as complete vocal hibernationand
fOlSaturday'sraces as
everyday throughout the The thrills excitement more WMAL-TV 11:15 ,
retaliated with a foried the Into inglorious
Samples Jaguars
Tropical Park meeting will be 1:15 with the final race over at bard-hitting football and the and Atlanta, WAn-TV 11:15 I
successful kick. surrender I
approximately 5:15 p.m. 45-yard with a 20-
unique entertainment of excel- P.m. With 1:2 (4 showing on the yard field goal.Gramblingended. ,:
lent half-time musical Ballantine in 1966 the
and was
,score board clock in thesec- the 1
WINNER LAST YEAR marching entertainment will first to sponsor television of
(ond stanza, Grambling moved season with an 8-1 mark
feature the television presen- the outstanding football clas-
Fort Drum, Traispin Woman, Solid Sender, Mayor Jerry, tation of P. Ballantine and Sons sic. The success of this spon-
Yucal, Harry up Dear, Buttons Road, First Choice, Dimmes- brewing company of the sorship led to expanded tele-
dale, Tavares, Mangos Pet. (Tarpon track prefered), Miss Orange Blossom Classic on vision programming in 1967. 1 CUPON II
Apollo. Some of these horses might not run this week, but keep Saturday night,December 2. Coach Jake Gaither, award 1
them on file. Good luck. This year's Orange Blos- winning coach of FAMU, presented I 1

som Classic features FloridaA to Richard H. Griebel, 1 1
DOLPHINS LOOK IMPROVED IN 31-17 LOSS & M, 7-1 for the season,as .President of Ballantine, a plaque 1 1
host team for the Classic. for pioneering the tele- 1
After watching TV Sunday the Dolphins showed great Grambling College, also 7-1 of 1

, improvement all around. We must realize they played the for the season, will furnish opposition ,ball.. ;1
! toughest team in the league. I don't know what George Wilson in the 35th year of the I greatest records established '1 1
I and his coach did to them for such a change. For 45 minutes Classic In the Orange Bowl at by a college football coach-- 1 I.
the 31-17 score made them look better than when they played Miami. since 1945 he has a record of
the Denver Broncos, it didn't show it on the Scoreboard, it was Ballantine will repeat last 174 wins and 28 losses, about I j- BUH.EERCflSTLE I
a good game to watch. Willie West, Tom Nomina, Ed Cook year's television of the Clas- 1 game per year for every year I
made a great deal of difference after Injuries. Bob Griese sic, in color, with expanded he has coached. j 1
completed 17 of 29. Booth Lusteg showed improvement with a coverage. Buddy Young, a former 1 1
47 yard field goad and two extra points.Jack Clancy, the rookie The television schedule an- great_with the Baltimore Colts 1
grabbed eight passes for 114 yards to move among the A.F.L. nounced by Ballantine, is as and the New York football 1 1
Leaders;, Howard Twilley's Lateral to Dough Moreau for 63 follows: New York, WPIX 11 team, again will handle the I
yards was the play for the day.This Sunday, Nov. 26, Dolphins p.m.; Philadelphia,WCAU-TV commentary for the Classic 1 1
take on the Bufalo Bills who lost to Denver last Sunday, 2120. 11:30 p.m.; Washington-Balti- Buddy Young currently is an 1 i7 1
Therefore I look for the much Improved Dolphins to come out Administrative Assistant to 1 1i
on top. Don't forget they play their best game when at home. Pete Rozelle, Commissioner 1 1
Game time, 4:30 p.m. People might be skeptical with my pre- Rattlers of the NFL and AFL. I
diction, it still goes. Don't let the bad games hold you back, The television broadcast of I /
let's all get out and encourage them this Sunday. The game will Trample the Classic will Include an
be broadcast over WIOD by Bob Gallaghar and Henry Barrow eye-catching, toe-tapping exhibition rr NW 58 St. at 7 Ave. i
who do such a great job. Reservations sold at gate 14. Bet hune- of the FAMU's famous r 1

100 member triple stepping 1 (Across from Shell's City)
ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC AROUND THE CORNER CookmanTallahassee marching band, as well as 1 1
Grambling's equally famous 1Ft1E
December 2Florida AtM plays the rough-tough Grambling The Florida marching 100. The Florida Bag Fries or 1
Tigers, this should be one of the outstanding games to be seen A & M University Rattlers AIL M Band is so renowned thatIt ;
at the Orange Bowl. The Rattlers having one of their best sea- stomped the Wildcats of Be- has been selected to repre- Small Milk Shake
sons in years will have their work cut out when the whistle thune-Cookman College Sat- sent the United States at the :
blows. AiM comes off a good win over Bethune Cookman 30-6 urday night 30-6 before a capacity Teeside International Indus- 1 On the single purchase of I
which now makes them 7-1. The Tigers won there eighth game crowd at the univer- trial Musical Festival in Tee- GIANT SANDWICH I
27-20 which gives them 8-1. Jake Gaither, one of the leading sity's Bragg stadium. side, England, in 1968. The 1 ANY
; coaches in the country,recovering from a bad injury has some Led by quarterback Elroy all-expense paid tour will last / (Burger Roast BeefFish Horn 'n-Cheese) I
I real sharp rookies this year, who make the difference. Don't Morand, a senior from Ocala, from four to six weeks and will 1 THIS COUPON MUST BE PRESENTED :

forget themarching which puts on a great halftime show un- the Rattlers scored In every include most of the major |1 ..rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrea _
der the direction of Dr. William P. Foster.Although they are quarter of the contest. Morand European capitals. .
called the marching 100 there are 181 musicians plus drum came off the bench and threw
majors The Tigers defeated Southern last week.U. three touchdown passes of
four, one and 20 yards. 0S'
Reserve quarterback Ken I
Riley, a junior from Bartow,
threw for a fourth touchdown to I
This should be the game of the year. They expect 76,000
Hubert Ginn on a 63-yard
spectators. The game is a sellout. A surprise the new press
| touchdown toss.
boxes will be ready. This game could be the same as the neYear's
FAMU amassed 435 yards IV Afternoon and Night
Orange Bowl Game.They won't be able to seat anymore Wti
and while
| rushing passing,
People. Therefore there isn't much for me to write about. I J
limiting Bethune to only 141
Pick Miami by 31/2points.CharlieTatesays his team is fir-
j I .
ed up for this game. yards. They also held the Be- / Racing Each
thune squad to nine first

Rattler quarterbacks passed :
A pair of hometown heroes have taken over the spotlight In for 334 yards as they com- t Satvrdvy
Flagler's $112,000 International Classic, but that's not to infer pleted 18 of 31 pass attempts
that Eddie Alderson's brilliant Xandra is in total eclipse. Quarterbacks Ken Rile,and P

The local slickers are Ken Hutchings' Cleve Commel and Elro Morand are enroute to $112,000.00. CLASSIC NOW IN PROGRESS I MiffTATHE
0. K. Duke, Jr.'. Pranced, both of which won their first two breaking the existing passing
quarterfinal tests in theClassic series while Xandra was being records at Florida AIL M. The r w6H4 TWIN
upset successively by Ernie's Recruiter and[)uke',Abstained. pair have completed 90 of 203 ; ; QDUBr E
The third and last Quarterfinal round was scheduled for attempts for 1,494 yards and
Wednesday, after which the field d48was to be reduced to 24 14 touchdowns.The .
for the start of quarterfinal competition Saturday (Nov. 25). school records show
Among those certain to gain th semifinals were Cleve and only 16 touchdowns have been I '
Pranced. Gene Handle's Old Kim. the Souza Bros. sur- scored via the air lanes, and
prising Master Mick 0. B.'s Private John ... 0. K. there are two games remain-
Duke's Abstained and the Jordan Kennel's Go Norma and ing in the 1967 football season.


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22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967

Open House ai



Nov. 30

Celebrating the United Fund
Campaign Victory the JamesE.
Scott Community Associa OPEN 7 'DAYS 9t ;
tion is having an Open House
Thursday, Nov. 30,from 10:00
a.m. to 6:30 p.m. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS_ +,? i i'eavHful
Friends, neighbors, members
2 ,bg
and contributors to the 2' bedroom, bath hosts In
United Fund are Invited to orhatd. Fla tom, caqart,, I Iovs'l i w n 1 1a
come and see where some of o L h'eoI.i'ttove' alr, coipJIjIone .if.H pr
i the U F Dollars go. 5 ,400 3'40 dvwri 86 lyrn'oisfhy Mu' 14

The community room has
been furnished as a project of SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
the Designers and Decorators Neat 2 bedroom CBS large Flo room, tilt roof,
Guild. Mrs. James R. Chambers city water and also pump and well for your yard,
president says,"Weare stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
Ay proud of our program at $9,600, $300 down and $59.65 month, FHA.
JESCA and we cordially invite
Wh'1 you to come and get acquainted SrE LEIL PAYS IIIIIIIL iQ COSTS

and become members if you 15 6 NE', 1S d r rrae.or RtTy 2"b droom CBS
are interested in programsthat It Wallin ''fon; Park$ Tilt f, widows,
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES HAVE ANNUAL TEAcorporations "help people help them ardveoad.flodrs. Hove"maJo Mike: newt FHA'batg
selves." Because we are a a1i$11.000$350. _dgwi68.31''mo.XVaan
The Licensed Practical Nurses Organization, Inc., one of Florida's non-profit neighborhood center, we are V 4J S.- _
held. its Fifth Annual Tea at the Bonded Rental Agency recently.A interested in building a better SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
portion of the members shown pre from left to right: Mrs. A. Tillman, L. King, community by strengthening 8418 NW 24th Ave. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS right
R. B. Dickinson, L. Thomas, B. Bethune, N. Johnson and G. Cox. Officers of the family life.'There is no need next to school. Tile roof, 'carport, awning win
the organization are L. Thomas, president; E. Johnson, vice president; M. Brown, to be lonely;we have programsfor dows, air conditioner, stove refrigerator. FHA
recording secretary;N. Johnson, asst. recording secretary; L. King, financial secre senior pre-school citizens, grade and school adults., $13,000, $400 down and $80.82 month.

_ tary; R. _B.____Dickinson_ treasurer and M. Young, chaplain. J IIIL$ EgPAYSALLeL" COSTS

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f ; .J.. New tthooli shopping but.
/ I ; ,fenc ., area, near '
of"k' \ .Bargain,.at;' ,$13,000 FHA, $400 dowtad.. $80.f
"" 'I:; ; month tV}: *: ',US';; : ****I:":*< **l.v, ,;. .' J :i'r'

dr.t" ., Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows -
'1"" terrazzo floors, modern kitchen, lots of
cabinets, large landscaped lot. New area, near
J\\ schools, shopping, bus. Bargain at $12,500, $400
.l down and $77.61 month FHA.
J,t4' ,P.
: :Modern CBS> 'lIaottah' ,.at t'34th":'St, .ondt i
'13th A.e...Encloitd front; p.rthi alo..U"'i\tlJ\ I
itc dews:, fo'rg4Alan4cope4 yo"'I';:, rtr.oild'i.ffg. ;;.' j
tor.'pfA pri,1( nooO)and7.4'.41ta9nth.; ;

u Modern bedroom CBS in new area near schools,

Mrs. L. Thomas president of the organization is shopping, bus. Jalousie windows, large lot, ap
pliances. Real bargain at $10,200with $350 down I
a check for $200, balance for life membership in the NAACP I
and $63.18 month FHA.
to Its president, Dr. George Simpson.King ,

PL >v !
':Tile.roof, 'Jorge, Fla 'room, garager.Cuben'tf": ]
!2terroiio ,floorsawningsjolouile' wlndowsjlargil"modern
: 'kitchen,, fully air.,' conditioned!, .stove'"j'Wnfrigerator
/ double,fenced corner .FHA ,,price* !
I $16OOOl$600down.$98.78rnorjthiA. 'better f hYmilt '
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Modern 3 be droom CBS at 1481 NW 43rd St. Garage, ,
R. B. Dickinson receives check from Mrs.L. Thomas of Miami Recilfws open front porch, tile roof, large fenced yard. I
president of the Licensed Pratical NursesOrganization for her Price $14,500, reasonable down payment and takeover
outstanding Service during 1967. FHA payments of $97 month pays all.Owne r p t
Mrs. Dickinson received her training from Chicago School trrt must tell!
of Nursing. She is a chartermember of the Licensed Pratical t
Nurses Association of Florida, Inc., andalsoa member of the IHVlrItIG Tt;{ { TAI'KE1JVER"FH '{ '
National Federation of Licensed Pratical Nurses, Inc. LITTLE RIVER DRIVE Modern' <'3;J bedroo1; V Jyeljtfoofjtifeg both"CBS i-1 area.' i Gra i
She is one of the subscribers and on the First Board of Directors ',floors';:,|'aJ;ousts| wndorrt Nejir ,
of the LPN Organization,Inc.A member of the Official 4 b.drooms,2 bath,, garag., air cond., Fla room, t shopping( ;\, schoolbuses'$750 diwn/taketo ver. I Ii

Registary now employed as private duty nurse various hospitals In screened patio,M carpeting FHA terms. Best buy ..FHA.. roes.-."of rSI0,150$80.76, t. ..... :(....,...,." ''." i....h..',.'peyso41,, .: '. I
in the City of Miami. A civic worker and member of area. Open Sunday. \

3 bedroom, Flo room-,' garage, stove and refrigerator. Modern 3 bedroom CBS in beautiful new area.
FHA $500 down. Vets $100. Terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, awnings,
stove, air conditioner, wall ,to wall carpeting
CARLWNREAM 9015 NW 12 AVENUE Bargain at $12,000 with $1,000 down and takeover '
Beautiful 2 bedroom Fla FHA payments of $82 month pays all.
room, stove, refrigerator
sprinkler, well and pump.Only $14,500 FHA. '

(BROKER) 935 NW 83 STREET {wSl o'a,0,ew" 2', '1,'4, 5',':,and? 6 unit apttrtraent)'";w"wlf ) :

}W 2 bedroom beauty, carport, painted inside and f biding that you (con:buy with'as' little, .$1j50pj; i I
out. Only '$11,000. Vets $100 down. [down. Liv' free ,In one::apartment and 'coll.ct l in- :
u 635-3J77 c omi,frdm the rhers! H" *'red tepee Mover rgli( IIlna '
Ht Serves Miami 1351 NW 51 TERRACE Tkieore"Perfecf'fof. idled ',c'oupl".I;Collt.n..J} J i ,
2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, Manor Park area.
FHA terms., Vets $100 down. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
2 I BATH couple or small family. FHA.
B08Mb, ,000, $3dO down, $62.22 month. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR [

2 BDRM, I BATH, Fla room, large home. Beauty. Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, enclosed DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYREALTY 1M l
CBS. $13,500, $450down. $83.71 month. front porch, vets $100 down. Don't pass this up. !

3 BDRM, 2 BATH, Fla rm, large grounds, corner. 1861 1 NW 42 STREET i,
FHA, CBS. $16,000, $600 down, $98.78 month. 1 bedroom duplex. Almost new. Only $11,000 '
FHA terms. Live rent free. !
NO QUALIFYING. 4 bdrm, 1 bath, CBS, $11,500,
$1500, down, $1 01 mo, pays all. '




MIAMI TIMES, Friday, November 24, 1967 23

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2 CBS beauties on 1 lot Alve Exceptional Investment :: Nassau Won't Go Along I'ICJI|| ,every week for only
reel Rei&trom
in one, rent Tor > $5.00 per year
other enough to pay off mort- Doctors Attorneys, Medical Total $7,800 only $900 down

gage. Front home, 2 bedroom Clinic, Insurance, Sales,Contractors and $81 a month pays all,large With Pound Cut
1 bath, Fla. room, carport. etc. enough for big family,
bedroom yard very clean, Fla. room 3 bedroom CBS 1 both
Rear house 1 Fla. ,
Use air-con and financial transactionswhile
well-appointed, kitchen Announcement on Sunday of ing
dinning room large No
room, turn. Fenced yard. Must ditioned offices (can providetwo back porch, 2 bedroom CBS. the devaluation of the pound the change Is being effected month garage. qualifying. $92
see! FHA $500 down $96 mo. suites) in rapidly expand.. to ." POts.
Don't pay rent buy this today.A. sterling from $2.80 $2.40 *
and Pacific Realtors
Atlantic 666-0411. ing area, middle income pea Ben-Kori,Realtor call any did not set so well with te Ba- Mrs. Genovia King, 25, was 4 bedroom 3 bath fenced

ple. time 751-2243. hamas government. acquitted by a Supreme Court yard, $16,600, $2560 down,
Get rental Income for mortg Premier Lyndon Imme- Jury on Oct. 25 of the murderof qualifying.
Pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, age, taxes, etc ($2820 space 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH diately called an emergency her husband, Charles Kingon no * *

tile roof, hardwood lot floor now leased) Rear yard to rent. FHA terms $18,000 this is a session of his cabinet and ask- last March 7. The woman 3 bedroom it 2 baths, car-

fenced corner down $80 FHA. Prominent Corner pool home with lots of extras,, ed for a two-day bank holidayto allegedly threw "boilingkerosene" port. $400down FHA$100VA.
$400 mo.
$13,000, ,
introduce legislation aim- on 30-year-old .
Heavily travelled artery. NE fenced and corner and patio,,
veterans or displacedperson.q husband **
ed at saving the Bahamian dol during a quarrel over
down. AtlanticandPacific corner. NW 54th St. 5th Ave. you should see. A. Ben-Korl,,
Realtor,call anytime 751-2243. lar. He threatened price con- another woman. The Jurygavea 3 units. Good income at
Realtors 666-0411. trol If merchants raised unanimous verdict. $9500 $2000 down. E-Z

2374 NW 85th Street Big 3 nrices. Isaiah Rolle, J. P. of Rolle terms.
Beautiful home, fit for a King! 1210 LITTLE RIVER DR. Town Exuma died * -
bedrooms, Fla. room, tile "Our first duty is the Ba- recentlyat
3 bedroom, 2 bath, screened roof, oak floors,built-in range 3 bedroom 2 baths, Fla. roomon hamian people' Pindling said his home. He was a leaderIn 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS.

patio, tile roof, 2 car garage, and oven, city water, FHA the canal, central air and after the Sunday meeting.It his community for many Near Northside shopping
formica kitchen, with built In heat, hardwood floors. Large and Center. Hardwood floors
$13,000.00, $400.00 down is estimated that the cost years was highly respected ,
stove, oven and dishwasher, (Vets $100)-No closing costs eatin kitchen large dining of living would increase by 15 by all who knew him. furnished $15,000 terms.

many extras no closing cost., $80.82 monthly, bring deposit, room. You must see this home. per cent in the Bahamas by this Funeral services were held * *

FHA $900 down $116 month today Aetna Realty(Broker), Price $23,500 with terms FHA mid-week If Pindltng's cur- for Malachi King on Sunday 7 units plus 2 car garage.
Drive by 3245.NW 99th st. Ph. 811 NW' 54th St., phone: 757- or bank. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor rency legislation is not afternoon, Nov. 12, at Trans- Good I Income. Asking

666-0411 for appointment At- 5724 open 7 days. call anytime 751-2243. approved by both houses of the figuration Baptist Church. Mr. $26,000, $5,000 down.
lantic and pacific Realtors. Parliament of the colony. King was visiting with his Good terms.

1310 NW 88th St. 3 bedroom, 3 BEDROOMSFHA The Bahamian dollar up to relatives less than two weeksin * *
Brand fine quality 3 bed- Fla. room, carport, built-in terms only $16,200 with last week was equivalent to 98 Miami when he was seized 2 bedroom and 1 bath. Car-
room, 2 bath home. North of stove and over, central heat, $600 down for this lovely homein cents. Pindling has reportedly with a heart attack He died at port. Completely fenced.

expressway on open lot, at air-conditioned, FHA$21,000, Little River Dr. area Just proposed the value of the Jackson Memorial Hospital Partly furnished. FHA terms
4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone the best neighborhood call on Nov. 5. The VA $100 down.
$1,200 down, No closing costs Bahamian dollar be changed body was shippedto
builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. $127.00 monthly if your look- this to see.A.Ben-Kori, Realtor from seven to eight shillings, Nassau for last rites.. He is LEONARDIREAL

'_ Ing for the very best see todayat call anytime, 751-2243., or 96 cents on the U.S.dollar. survived by his wife and four ESTATE

No closing cost. Fine home for Aetna Realty; (Broker),811 Pindling asked the Governor brothers Including the Rev.J. .

large family. bedroom,extra NW 54th St., phone: 757-5724, FHA 2BEDROOMS terms total 2 BATH with Sir Ralph Gray to,declare A. King of West Palm Beach. 696-0092 /
large Florida room. May be open 7 days. $14,000 Monday and Tuesday a bank
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used as 4th bedroom enclosed only $450 downand$105 month holiday "to prevent all bank-

front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile 4540 NW 168th Ter. No quali- with pays hardwood all. This is floors a split and level is Homes For Sale

roof, hardwood floor wall to fying, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, LOSE WEIGHTBY
nice home and must
really a a $300 Down $95 Month
wall carpet fenced. FHA$14- built-in stove and refrig-
see as it won'tlas bulltin kit TELEPHONEFat
includes Taxes and Insurance
000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor erator, florida room, carport, chen, carporte enclosed work-
displaced persons $100 sprinkler system, carpetingand who want lose
people to
shop, sprinkler system. A. 3 bedroom 2 bath beauty
before it Is central heat airconditioned ,
down. Phone now drapes, Ben-Kori Realtor call weight will have ample opportunity -
too late. Atlantic and PacificRealtors total$18,000.00, time 751-2243. through the assistanceof Carport, just painted. Many other extras.
666-0411. $1,200.00 down, monthly payments "Slim Line." A series of

to match your budget 1380 LITTLE RIVER DR. Jily telephone messages, ASK FOR EUGENE KEMP
3-6 don't miss this Jewell Aetna "SUnj Line" Is designed spe- .
Open House. Sunday. p.m. FHA terms $19,000 with $900 Daytime 635-4595
1220 NW' 88th St. 3 bedroom, Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th down 3 bedrooms 2 baths on the cfically to help people with Nite time 691-0789
St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 verweight and obesity prob-
2 bath. FHA all conventionalwith canal eatin kitchen, beautiful
carpet,built-in range and days. grounds carporte,one of the lems to, begin and maintain a

oven. Carport. Priced right so nices homes on the canal our health-conscious program of FORD REALTYINC. Broker
9015 NW 10th Ave. 2 bed-
come by Sunday and our sales- best buy. A. Ben-Korl, Real- dieting. The program was ini-
m4n will discuss terms with rooms, 1 bath,huge Fla.room, tor, call anytime 751-2243. tiated in answer to requestsfor 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4595

you. Fenster Realty, Broker, garage, oak floors, tile roof, help from participants in
759-8779. wall to wall carpets,sprinkler the 5-Day plan to Stop Smok-
system, central heat, FHA FHA ing recently conducted at Ilia-
$15,000.00 No closing costs $9,000 leah Hospital. Many of the nonsmokers -
If you are selling your home? $450.00 down (Vets $100)) $300 DOWN PAYMENT seemed to experience -
To Urban Renewal or Expressway $93.33 monthly what more 3 bedroom 2 bath frame unfurnished a slight weight gain when EDISON 1 SpecialsOPEN s

we have many nice can we say, see today Aetna open 1- 5 Sunday. they quit smoking. Tips and information -
homes for you. A call to our Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th 728 66th St. onlosingweightandmaintaining
friendly office will get you the St. 757-5724 7 Call Mr. Wilson
phone: ,open a normal, healthy
place you are looking for. Fen- days. J. K. Realty(Realtors) weight will be offered, as well SUNDAY AFTER 2 P. M.

ster Realty, Broker,759-8779 as good nutrition hints. The 6322 NW MIAMI AVENUE
1601 NW 93 St. No qualifying -
RCA Color TVs. 295 square CBS, 2 bedrooms, car- FOR RENT number to dial Is 693-1983, $300 down FHA. Very nice CBS home. Fla room,

Inches. Big screen.$425.Easy pets, stove, refrigerator, tile Nice clean men. Cooking hot and Is sponsored as a free pub- tile roof, garage. Just north off NW 62nd St. and
lic service Hlaleah HospitalIn
budget payments. phone: MU roof, oak floors, $13,500.00 and cold shower, near shop- the Interests better west of Miami Avenue.
5-1504. total price, $115.00 pays ping center and bus stop. 3160 com-
Nov. 24 everything, $1,000.00 down. NW 67th St.Furnished. munity health. 116 NW 68 STREET

See inside and out today Aetna $300 down FHA terms. 2 bedroom CBS home.
Hot deal 3 bedroom 2 bath CBS Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th room and kitchen, CHILD CARE Tile roof, carport, Excellent location.

Fla. room, guest room spac- St., phone 757-5724, open 7 with all utilities free.$16 week Child day care In my home.

ious bath room plus garage. days. 350 NW 6th St. 371-2019. Your child will be given the .130 NW 68 STREET -
You must see to appreciate.FHA best of 759-8335. Indef.If .
approved at $20,000. So Qua 11 t y- constructed 3 bedroom Clean furnished apt. one bed- care. 4 bedroom CBS home plus Fla room. $350 down

drive by 8920 NW 8th Avenue 2 bath home inthe Hills room, nice clean place. Call FHA terms. Hear all Edison schools. Fine for
then call Fenst e r Realty section of Hollywood. Large FR 1-9797 or NE 4-1886. Ask you are desirous of experi- largo family.

Broker, 7598779.Attention and spacious rooms with central for Kelly. enced, dependable child care. DRIVE BY EDISONTO
heat Immediate occu- (Indef.) Phone 759-0423. SEE THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES r

vets or displaced pancy. Substantial cash need e
area families. $100 down ed. FHA Priced in mid-twen- 1 bedroom apt. 691-1894. Single Widowed Divorced? ((1)) No qualifying for this nice CBS homo near
WRITE 46th St. and 5th Ave. FHA already placed.
2 bed-
Beautiful Write William Nelson
FHA h o m e. ties.: : ,
room, Fla room, perfect lo P. O. Bex: 425, Hobe Sound, Small apt. 1 bedroom.Good for DADE COUNTYINTRODUCTION $88.64 pays everything.
cation. Non vets $30& down. Florida. Dec. 1 bachelor. Furnished$18 week CENTERP. ((2)) No qualifying. 2 CBS houses. Live in one,
We 0. Box: 1088 Main office rent the other. Owner will hold .
location. mortgage.Near
r>a.n. .at.. once .-- ---- 754-6277.
Miami, Florida 33101 6th Ave. and 69th St.
in office. Fenster 3
have key 1151 NW 89th Street CBS,
Nov24 ((3)) CBS corner duplex. $1,000 down, no qualify
Realty, Broker, 759-8779., bedrooms, garage,tile roof, WANTED
HELP -- ing. Near Edison high.
oak floors, stove, refrigerator -
Barber. Beck's ---------------
6 and 7. screened pool, must be Master FICTITIOUS NOTICE
2 lots. Nos. ,
Barber Shop, 6612 NW 18th WE HAVE ,
Park seen today. FHA $17,000.00only
Block 17 Washington NOTICE HERE r GIVEN
Ave. Good terms.
down Vets $300))
Lauderdale. $700.00 (
3rd addition Ft. that the undersigned,engagingin
See A. C. Black, 1369 NW 68 No Closing costs 104.55 business under the name of CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHAHOMES FOR
Terr. Phone monthly be first call Aetna Baby sitter needed for 2 child- AL KINSEY'S HIDEAWAYBAR $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
6912828.No. and small
24 Realty (Broker,) 811 NW 54th ren. Room board work. Call 2222 NW 79th Street, Mi- DISPLACED AND IF YOU QUALIFY.WE .
St., phone: 757-5724, open 7 salary. No house
ami Florida intend to
register -
Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS the said with the '
days. name
home, air-conditioned, FHAtermsOpen Clerk of the Circuit Court of
" Sunday from 3-6. CBS BEAUTY: Dade County,Florida,and with OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ':"'

5828 NW 19th venue. Fenster FHA terms $17,000 with $700 CHILD: CARE the office of the Secretary of .

Realty, Broker, 7598779.: down, beautiful 2 bedroom 2 State. Dated at Miami, Florida 'iidkr'
bath with huge Fla.room, 2252 If you are notworkingbecauseyou ,
this 20th day of October 1967.
PERSONALSVolunteers NW 96th Street, Drive by then don't have an experienced '
test needed research.call to, see .first time offeredit baby sitter, whd you can trust FEDERAL GROUNQ 175 m .62ndISt. .. 75M441THE _
psychological won't last. Call anytime, A.BenKorl Call us 633-2002 or 633-2732 BREAKERS'CORP. "
telephone: $64-3471. Realtor'751-2243. pick up and deliver. Thomas Davis, President




24- THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. November 24. 1967

I Poverty.. 'Director Complains. Of "Starving- Us" Delays- i

That there have been Inexcusable Phelps replies that discontinuation here.The pro OEO officials said recently What annoyed Weatherley, for the Office of Economic Op-
delays bordering on Weatherley has been pushingfor gram is threatened with bank this is illegal and ordereda he said,was Phelps'statementthat portunity.The .
"starvation" was the com "something I'm forbiddenby ruptcy. halt. "How you pay your employees Washington's lawmakers -
plaint of Richard Weatherly, law from authorizing."Ad- Phelps said that he was not Since then some of the EOPI is a problem for the cut more than$400 million
director of Dade Economic ded Phelps, "His purpose is towage accountable toWeatherley; employees have been working Economic Opportunity Pro- from President Johnson's 2.06
Opportunity Program, Inc., in a war on poverty, not on that he did not have the Job of without pay. Last weekthe gram, Inc." billion request. This means
referring to regional director the regional office." approving all grants to the health program within Oper- Continued Phelps' telegramto cuts in parts of the programIn
Ralph A. Phelps of the Atlanta. The conflict between the Dade program. ation Headstart closed and the Weatherley, "We have been Dade County. '
Weatherley says that county and the federal officials Weatherley says that he has birth control clinics run by the forbidden from Washington to The authorization bill passed
Phelps' office delays seem to will make it more difficult for been seeking since Nov. 2, in Health Department were shut. make any grants to anyone. by the House still faces a
be a system of "trying to the operation of the poverty, a series of telegrams and letters Atlanta was to send word to While we sympathize with your battle in a Joint House-Senate
starve us to death." program that is already facing: ,, to get answers to specific Mr Weatherley on how he problem of no funds, we haveno conference committee to compromise
questions on how the EOPI could use the money on had, solution to offer." differences.. In the
might maneuver for funds to borrow against it,or seek bank But Weatherley countered, meantime money must be ap-
keep the poverty war going. loans without security, basedon "That's an evasion of the poprlated. That's when the
.... When Congress failed to act guarantee that when Con problem. It's not strictly our next battle will erupt in Con
on this yea r's appropriation gress decides to act the appro- problem; it is that of OEO as gress.
for OEO, it left most of Dade's priation will be retroactive. well." Opposing budget cut were
program broke. They were Weatherley said, however, Dade County officials are Florida Representatives
SUPER SOUL TOP 40 kept going for several monthsby that the EOP office In Atlantahas still claiming that the poverty Dante Fascell,Claude Pepper,
borrowing from wellfunded been filing for two weeksto program is still in trouble,despite -and Sam Gibbons. i
25 1967 programs to pay for the answer, and when he did get the House passage of a
NOVEMBER overall fight against poverty. an answer, it was insulting. $1.6 million authorization bill ---
Seven Negroes of Dart
Win Cash Records Orange Blossom Classic Tickets On Sale Here mouth, Mass., including Paul
Cuffe and his brother John,
1. When you're gone Brenda & Tabulations I Tickets for the 35th annual Also Economy Drug Store, Sports Shop, Fort Lauderdale. protested on Fetruary 10,
2. Soul man Sam and Dave Orange Blossom Classic, 1101 NW 3rd Ave., First Fed- Riverland Sports, Ft.Lauderdale 1780 in a petition to the revo-
3. What have I done Lynda Jones I which 1 will pit the Tigers of eral Savings and Loan As- Lauderdale Medical, Ft. lutionary legislature their
4. You keep running away Four Tops Grambling University againstthe sociation, Roosevelt Branch, Lauderdale. First Federal of state, against the fact that they
5. Skinny Legs JoefTexTemptations highly-touted Rattlers of 6015 NW 7th Ave.,Community Delr ay Beach, Boca Raton. were subjected to taxation
6. It's you I need Florida At M University,wenton Drug Store, 6750NW 15th Ave. Sports Haven, Lake Worth. without the right to vote.
7. Heard it from the Grapevine Pips sale this week. The game All Sports, Inc., 5831 Ponce de
8. All your goodies are gone Parliments will be played on December Leon Blvd., Coral Gables,
9. I'm wondering Stevie Wonder second in Miami's fabulous Athletic House,4688 NW 183rdSt.
Miami Times
10. Soul stuff Little Beaver Orange Bowl. Tickets are ., Barnett's Cafeteria, 399
available at 25 locations in N. Krome Ave., Homestead, 6530 NW 15th Avenue ,, .. I...,..I ., .
11. I'm in love Wilson Pickett Dade, Broward and Palm Orange Bowl Stadium, 1500 Miami, Florida 33147 I ', ". I "" .t.
12. Storybook children Billy Vera-Judy Clay Beach Counties. NW 3rd St.,Rite-wayShoe Re- ,'. :
13. Whole lotta woman Arthur Conley They may be purchased at; pair, 20245 S.Dixie Hwy.,Cut- Dear Sir :
14. To sir with love Lulu University of Miami Ticket of- ler Ridge,Westchester Travel
15. Your precious love Marvin & Tamie fice, 228 SE 1st. St., North's Agency, 8445 Coral Way.,Zlpp Enclosed please find the sum 'of $-
16. Running out Bongi & Judy Travel Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd Sporting Goods, 7230 Red Rd.,
Jackie Wilson Ave., ,Avenue Drug South Miami. to cover the cost of n _______subscription to
18. Showed me how to be happy Ray Charles Store, 3640 Grand ve.,Coconut Sherrard's Dixie Belle Inn, the Miami Times.
19. Sweet Sweet Loving Platters Grove, Richmond Heights 12175 S. Dixie Hwy., Frank .'
Lattimore Drug Store, 14638 Lincoln Warren, 249 Alhambra Circle,
20. Just a matter of time Benny Mail Paper To'.
Blvd., Richmond Heights. Coral Gables. Harry Rich,
Biscayne Blvd. Hotel
21. I second the emotion Miracles
22. Keep the ball rolling Jay and Techniques Valet Service, 1801 Purdy City State' Zip Code
23. In and out of love Supremes Tuskegee Beats Ave., Miami Beach Lincoln
2. Honey chile Martha Vandellas Bank, 6015 NW 7th Ave. New One Yt. 5.00 ( )
25. Don't loose your groove Lavel Hardy Frontier Travel Agency, 1195E
26. Boogaloo Down broadway Johnny C. Hampton; ;. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Florida

27. What about you 0. V. Wright
28. A lasting love Otis Clay RemainsUndefeated
29. A touch of the blues Bobby Bland
30. Especially for you Four Puzzles

EXTRAS EXTRAS Tuskegee Institute, In an intersectional NEW CARFINANCING
battle played at
1. And get away Esquires the Hampton Institute Buc-
2. I feel an urge. Joe Armstead caneers 29-12 in aHomecom-
3.1 want to be loved Lorrine Ellison ing game and remains unde-
4. Baby you got it Brenton Wood feated with a 7-0-1 record as
5. Come see about me Jr. Walker the Golden Tigers prepare fora
6. Teenage sons Victor Lumberg Thanksgiving Day game with
7. Uptown: Chambers Brothers Alabama State Monto-
8. Sing me a love song Glories gomery and possible SIAC
9. The right to cry Marian Love honors.
10. Could build world around you Marvin & Tamie Tuskegee will finish the
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