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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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Vol. 45, ,No 18 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1967 28 PAGES 15*



Wife Refuses Reconciliation;
Politicul
fHy Negro

Husband Kills Her and Self .


Victories RiotsHighlighted Turning berserk last Friday past five months. They had

after many attempts at recon been married two years.
ciliation had failed, Alfred She was a nurse's aide at Mt. I

Walker 33, an ex-school Sinai Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. .I
1967 teacher, chased his wife for Bridges, with tears in their
two blocks, and when she tri- eyes, related to The TimecBEVERLY :

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Nineteen sixty-seven was a dom to marry solely because
;
At"t a t F year of political victory, un- of r a c I a 1 classification vio-

lr lih... precedented Judicial ruling lates the central meaning of
} and major appointments the equal protection clause in 4M
for the Negro, says Ebony the 14th Amendment." 5f
Magazine In its annual pro- Each of these milestones, t
gress report to readers.Also, however important, had no t
It was a year of more riots, tangible effect on the ghetto
with property damage In city conditions of life for the black

ghettos exceeding$500 million masses, Ebony notes.Depres-
-- the magazine points out- sion level unemployment plagued i

reminding th@ nation of the Negroes throughout the 1
lack of progress In employment year. Ghetto housing remained S

rR housing and educationfor pitiable, 43 percent of it
I the.Negro. substandard and overcrowded,
and ...
ghetto schools 5
The mayoral election vie: more 1
torlesofCarl'B.StokesinCleveland segregated.DOW than in 1954--.
;
f and Richard G'.Hat. remained woefully 111-equip- ALFRED WALKERed JEANNE WALKERhow

;cher In Gary, Indiana, Ebony ed, understaffed and overcrowded to escape into a woman's their daughter had been
The Negro soldier in
noted, proved conclusivelythat Viet house, was gunned down in the attached to her parents.
Nam continued to
political victory of a determined carry yard. He then fired a bullet Into The scene of the fatal shoot
than his
more
share of the war
minority is possible. load, Including a dispropor- his right temple with the same ing of the married couple was

"The year 1967," Ebony tionately large number of gun as she lay dying on the at 1563 NW 69th!) Street.

continues, "also was the yearin deaths, earning the praise of ground. He died at Jackson A graduate of Booker T.
which it became possible Gen. William C. Westmoreland Memorial Hospital the next Washington High School, Mr.
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for a Negro, Thurgood Marshall as well as that of the day. Walker was at one time a
MISS CARLOTTA L. RHETTA IS ENGAGED TO to be appointed to the Commander-in-Chief. teacher at the Orchard Villa
U.S. Supreme Court; the yearan Civil rights and related leg Dead is Mrs. Beverly Elementary School onNW 13th

WILLIAM A. CAMPBELL, JR. all-white Mississippi Jury, islation did not fare as well In Jeanne Walker, 22,daughter,of Avenue, where he taught phys-
in an unprecedented move, 1967 as didNegroes biddingfor Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. sical educ:at 10D,until he was

found seven white men guilty public office, the magazine Bridges, of 1224 NW 52nd St. dismissed a few months ago.
Miss Carlotta L. Rhetta's engagement to Mr. WilliamA. of conspiracy In the 1964 mur- recalls The Senate Mrs. Walker had been separated Mrs. Walker was a graduateof

Campbell, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. William! A. Campbo ders of three civil rights Judiciary Committee voted from her husband for the Northwestern High School.

II, Sr., of Tallahassee/ Is announced by her parents, workers; and the year it became 11-0 to block president John

Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Rhetta, Miami. legal for blackand white son's proposal to end discrimination finds noteworthy wend the August N. J.. As to the latter, Ebony
Miss-Rhetta is a senior at Spellman College and partners to unite in marriage: In the sale and rental meeting in Washington, leaves open to speculationwhat
anywhere In this land as are-. of housing. And Congress of the Urban lition
Mr. Campbell, on alumnus Morehouse pro- D. C., Cot effect Its talk of a black
College, Is a suit of the(pre-Marshall)U.S.
posed an anti-rlotbnlllatwas 1,000 leaders in business,religion nation and white nation had on
candidate for the Master of Arts degree at Springfield Supreme Court's unanimous resented by Negroes, both civil rights and govern the "black power" which Negroes
College / Mass. ruling that "there can be no conservative
Springfield and
radical. ment; and the July Black power monstrated at the
doubt that restricting the tree-
Among other events Ebony Conference held in Newark, polls In November.




I CRIME MOUNTS, WAR DECLARED I



As a result of four murders by gunmen In four days, MiamI' Special cars will be organized with sufficient police manpower life in their own hands, will be treated In like kind."
Police Chief Walter Headley said Tuesday ho Is "declaringwar' to enforce the city's "stop and frisk law" on gangs loitering Clark credited the County Community relations board with
on criminals responsible for a sharp Increase in armed on city streets, he said. "doing the best Job that they can,' and the City Commission
robberies in Negro areas. He said he is transferring about half of the 16 men in the for seeking better community relations.
"Felons will learn that they can't be bonded out from the vice squad to patrols to bolster his force on the street, and Is Harry P. Cain chairman of the County Community Relations
morgue," he said. seeking more police dogs to add to te 16 now serving. Board, said his group"bad Beneda very useful purpose
His men have been told that any force, up to and including Headley said that heavily equipped police without dogs have in Miami in the past few years.' But his board Is not In the
death, he said, is proper when apprehending a felon. been unable to apprehend fleet-footed hoodlums. "We're going crime prevention business, he said.
Community relations and all that sort of thing has failed,, to use shotguns and dogs to stop them from now on," he He intends to call Headley and find out what sort of efforts
said Chief Headley. "We have done everything we could, send- said. he was talking about.
ing speakers out and meeting with Negro leaders. But It has The shotguns will be equipped with shells "so those on
amounted to nothing." he said. the receiving end won't get up very quickly,' he said. When told of Headley's plan Marvin Davies state field director
"We haven't had any serious problems with civil uprisingsand of the NAACP, said from his headquarters in Tamp
looting because rye let the word filter down that when the ."We don't mind being"accused of police brutality They "This man has no place in a position of public trust."
haven't seen anything yet said Chief Headley.
,
looting starts, the shooting starts," Chief Headley said. I will be before the City Council trying to get him suspendc
"I'm taking complete responsibility for this and I Just hope
Dade Sheriff E. Wilson Purdy recently credited community ed until his attitude changes,' said Dlvles."Not only that;'bur
from the we're he said.
1'get' support people trying tq help,
relations programs and special personal training for succes- ril be in Miami as soon as I can get there and talk to this man
sfully preventing civil disorders. In answering the question about possible reaction from opponents about his attitude.

Headley said,"My men are getting tired of felons being bailed of his policy, Headley said, "Iguess ril have to start Miami NAACP chapter president,Dr. George Simpson,saidof
out of Jail so quickly that they beat the arresting officer carrying my pistol and not answering my telephone for a few Headley's remarks:
back to his zone." days." "I would hope he is not giving a signal to his law enforce-
The major group his"get tough"policy Is aimed at is young Mayor Stephen Clark said as he had not attended Headley's ment officers to revert to the enforcement practices of 15 or
Negro males from 15 to 21, he said. conference, he could not comment on all the C hief s statements 20 years ago when, in too many instances, to be black was to
"Ninety per cent of our Negro population is law abiding and He felt that Headley and his police force will take the be guilty," said Simpson.
wants to eliminate or crime problems,"be said."But 10 per correct steps to fight crime In the streets. "Since I myself am for enforcement of the laws, I would
cent are young hoodlums who have taken advantage of the civil "When you deal with murderers, you have to deal on com hope that his statement applied to all areas of the city. black
rights campaign." mon terms," the Mayor said. "Felons, especially who take and white," Simpson sald.U'nivezrstty .



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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 29 1967 t ,_ _

War On Poverty May $y l



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Resume Its True PurposeBy

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John A. DiazDado's Officials of EOPI had already the Mary Elizabeth Hotel, in
said that the Governoris the Fiesta Room.
War on Poverty,
which has become a conflictof motivated by politics, and The workers also claimed

political aspirations, char- no charges against the conductof that they had to buy arts and .
acter assassination, and the poverty program's e m- craft material with their own t
ployes can be proved in a courtof money, according to Sept's
proveless charges, may soon
resume its true purpose. law, and that the innuendoes report to the State Attorney. Mi

Richard Gerstein, State Attorney hinted by the State's legal au-
thorities are baseless. But it was the State Attor- r
who has been summon-
ing EOPI and hotel registration Witnesses supenaed by Mr. ney who had said pre v Iou sly
Gerstein's executive aide, Al that there had been no evidence
records, has cleared
Sepe, complained that the vol- that officials of the Economic
EOPI of any wrongdoing, but
unteers who worked in the Opportunity Program Inc. had
found that the local chapter of
summer program were not Itself violated any lawswhat-
the Southern Christian
the promised salaries in
Leadership Conference may paid ever.
referring to the $5,000 grantto Mr Samuel Moncur, who
i have made a misuse of a$5,000
SCLC. resigned as a $11,784 salary
heads
r grant. James Chapman
One man said that worked executive with EOPI, has received -
r the local branch.
four' or five weeks but was paid I clamorous support
Yet Governor Kirk's ordered -
only twice with checks for$57' from his numerous friends for
investigation by the State
on each occassion. The his reinstatement as neighborhood -
program
is still not
Attorney complete,
was to be conducted at services coordinator. 'qi:
according to Mr.Gerstein,
who has this to say: i

I "There are several Incomplete I

aspects of the investigation Killed In Christmas
and it wouldbe prematureto

predicttheir outcome."

When asked for further com- Day Auto Crash

ment, the State Attorney declined -

to add any more. Killed on a Christmas Day

automobile accident was

Claude Rhodes 34 of 2320 NW
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62nd St., when his 55 Buick

crashed against a palm tree

after hitting a bump on a rain-
soaked street near the inter-

section of NW 38th Avenue and r 1R
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74th Street. ,.
The Sheriffs Department
Sgt. Holt said that Rhodes was

evidently driving at a fairly
high rate of speed on NW 37th

1J Avenue when he hit light
bump created by railroad

tracks 300 yards north of the

intersection.

Rhodes apparently con-

trol of his car which skidded CLAUDE RHODES

sideways, striking a palm tree
r construction worker
on the opposite side of the may
have lain on the concrete for
street Rhodes was found on the
MysteriouslyShot sometime before passing
concrete surface of a parking
motorist noticed the body.
lot in the industrial neighborhood. -
Rhodes is survived by his ;kb
To DeathAn His demolished car was
wife, Viola Johnson and two
nearby. police believe seat

unidentified gunman belts may have saved his life. step-daughters.
He native of
wasa Tuskegee, f
It is believed that Rhodes d."a
fatally shot a customer at ,a Ala.
Lee's Restaurant, 6530 NW 18 '"

Avenue on Wednesday Dead is Ii

Eugene Bullard, 37, of 1148 Negro Elected Officials In .J :'\ ,
NW 47th Street, who died Instantly
:
after receiving bullet 1', ; ,

wounds around 8 p.m. $ Miss. Secure Boiidina .. ," S.,.,:.-...4.!Ji I
Witnesses said Bullard and .. .. I

another man had argued Jackson, Miss.-Following Association for the Advance- /1 'S \ ,

earlier over a gambling debt. intervention by the N a 11 o n a 1 ment of Colored People and the F

lawyers Civil Rights Commit- J

tee, Negroes elected to public I Iofficeia
y Mississippi have been '
r
enabled to get security bonds
When You required by state law. ., ,' ,
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the ( "
Previously, only three of .
22 Negro winners in the state's ;; ,

Want Good f 8 primary and general elections
'had been abletosecure Santa Comes to YMCACarver I

bonds without which wouldbe
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FRESH Fish denied the right to assume Branch YMCA's annual League helped out and enjoyed Carver Y to create a culturaland
the offices to which they have Christmas himself recreational center cater-
attended
'< party was immensely. David I
Come Get It ; been duly elected. by over 300 children Williams, manager of Hayden ing to all the community'syouth.

Involved In the effort to secure and young adults last Friday Stone Stock Brokers, gave a .
the required bonds were afternoon. The Y staff passedout hand also. Mr. Williams was

the Association's Mississippistate to youngsters toys, fruits responsible for the largest do- GORILLA GIRL
From The Who
People organization, the Washington
and candles 1 donated by per- nation of gifts for the young-
Bureau and the National sons' in the communitY'Tbe sters. Conchita mates with an

Love To Serve You With a Office Legal Department.Six- youngsters enjoyed them- program director Raymon ap.l Will her baby be half-
teen of the 22 successful
can- selves playing games, danc- Thornton agreed that this ape, half-human? Scientists
Smile Come to didates for such offices as jus- ing, and singing carols. year's party was more successful await historical
tice of peace, county super- Several persons volunteered than last year and indicated answerl
visor, state legislature and their services helping the that this was due to the
THE HIPPIES ARE
school board member
have
ystaff. Carroll Williams, renewed interest by the com-
QUALITYSEAFOOD been active leaders in their GOING THATAWAYThe
football in the
great Canadian munity in the efforts of the
local NAACP units.THANK .
youthful rebellion

against society has grown
CENTER 'stole' and is petering
YOU outll)I

Mrs. Nellie Ruth Williams, Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE

5759 NW 27th Ave owner and proprietorof AFRICAN
"MR. JACK"
Nellie's Barber Shop at 7608 FASHIONS FOR

NW 22nd Avenue, would like to FOR THE HOLIDAYS

\ take this method to thank her STYLES FOR ALL AGES A full color layout of bold, .

many friends for the many The Very Latest in Men's Fashions beautiful African styles for (
I
6354794Garth cards, flowers and other acts SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS women. ,
of rememberances during her JANUARY
recent illness. She would also ITALIAN SHOES

Reeves Does like to inform her customersthat 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI FLORIDA: SEPIANOW
she will be back to work ON SALE

the second week in January. !


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THE MIAMI_.TIMES.. Friday, _._,'....December...... .... ,. .29,19673. ..;LVI._, _


I Educated Negroes Play Important I i




Part in Riots t tA I

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former Mia m ian, now them as much as we would like to start riots,"it is the middle A family allowance, whichhe
working on inter-group rela- to think" class that provides the cul- expects to come up in Con-

tions for the national office of He reported that statistics tural context that makes re- gress next year, would be one { r .Lfi Y c rC 4zg }y h y f
the Am JewishCommittee from Watts suggest thatasig- bellion respectable." remedy, he thinks. ,

,'says the middle-class Ne- nificant number of them feel Putting money directly into )
left Miami four
He years ago '
riot there served some ape r son s pocket providesmore
that the
gro may play a more impor- and did not comment on the atmosphere -
tant role in race riots than was purpose. motivation than putting
prevailing among him through a service or
first apparent. Negroes, but pointed out a situation -
"Even where you don't have training program, he said.
traditional ghettos like Harlem which he said could be Criticising the national pov-
Nathan Perlmutter, who,
said Perlmutter, building up significant resentment -
erty program for leaning too
formerly headed the AJC local .
office but now directs its "resentments build up,and the heavily on the service ap-
more educated tend to be the he said it
proach, "assumesthat
Department of Domestic Af- "I understand that Negro
fairs In New York, stated that more militant. students who don't live on poor people can learn to" Mayor Stephen P. Clark presents the traditional

"a kind of fusion is taking Pointing out Floyd Mc- campus at the University of get Perlmutter ahead while made still the poor.obser- Key to the City of His Excellency High L. Shearer,

place between the Negro underclass Kissick, a lawyer, and stokely Miami are unable to find housing Prime Minister of Jamaica (left) on his arrival here In a
vation that sub-
and the educated and Carmichael, a Howard Uni- close by," he said, "and government brief ceremony. The Prime minister came to attend the

employed Negroes whose ris- versity philosophy major, he must travel long distances sidy to to private into industry the willing and- AFL-CIO/ Convention at the Americana Hotel where he
ing expectations have said they were not of the lower every day. It is these young, move ghetto spoke and later met President Johnson who delivered
been frustrated." class. Neither, he said, were educated Negroes who could be provide Jobs for the unemployed speech that was telecast from coast to coast. (Photo
would be another means of
Lenin or Trotsky, or the lead- suffering the most frustra Miami-Metro News Bureau).
tensions.
He could not say how manyof ers of the French Revolution. tion." easing
the middle-class Negroes
actually participated in the Perlmutter said that while He said that through their

riots, Perlmutter said,but ad- the unemployed Young Negro riots the Negroes are strik-
ded, "they do not condemn street fighters maybe the ones ing out and saying something.their .




War On Crime Overdue But 1 .



Some Resent Police Chief'sHysteria" W t I 'a,


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By JOHN A. DIAZ

The sudden war on crime' hysteria can be only "makinga own business places have t

alarm sounded by the chief of scapegoat of the Negro;'that been robbed;that they,too,de-
Walter Headley in Miami has there are other more serious test the criminal elements that L

resounded in the Negro com- crimes being committed'by are found'in all communities,

munity in various reactions, whites that do not get as much black and white." __ ,
with shouts of protest from threats to the perpetrators as The County Community Re- ..
some leaders. the Negro criminals get." lations chairman, Harry P.
Cain, did not agree with Police
Two violent deaths causedin The statement that received -
Chief Headley in regard to the
two robberies in the Negro praise from Negro lead- work being done by this
sections of the city last week-' ers is the one made by Chief agency. Said Mr. Cain, "The

end were the sparks that Headley when he said,"Ninetyper board has served a very use- Little Lea Ann Flint is all smiles as she accepts a check from members of the

prompted the mayor then and cent of our Negro population ful purpose in Miami in the Greater Miami Temple ,of th 9 Elks No. 769.

the chief of police afterwardsto Is law abiding and wants past few years. But the boardis Elks have "adopted" \Variety Children's Hospital as one of their favorite chari- I
to
eliminate
crime
declare war on criminals. our prob- not in the crime prevention ties. Shown L to R are: Mr.f., Muldrow, president; Mrs. Bethan May, recording seen*
Negro leaders and Negro lems. But 10 percent are business I intend to call Chief tary; and Mrs. Sarah Small>, chairman of the Boardof Trustees.
hoodlums who have
taken
merchants interviewed by The young Headley very soon and find out -
Times gave various opinions advantage of the civil rights Just what sort of efforts he is -

on the statements made by campaign." talking about." FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMMODATIONS

Chief of Police Walter Head- Another leader said, "I am Mr. Cain further added, AT MODERATE RATES-CALL
ley. glad that Chief Headley has "Our basic function is to work

Negro merchants who have recognized what too many as best we can to reduce ten- r
'white people fail to realize. sions in the area of race rela- DIIIIflEfl
been victims of repeated arm
ed robberies in their stores, And it,is this,Dade County has tions in the community. Thisis
a Negro population 200,000, something far different y.
what
after reading and hearing
that Is, one out of every five from crime prevention. TheC.
the police Intend to do against Y
crimes, have declared that it's of Dade's 1,000OOOpopulation R. B. has no police power, RENTAL
time they did somethng to are Negroes; the percentageof no law enforcement power.We
Negro criminals is not ten, have only the power of persuasion -
capture criminals. _
but probably about 1, becausethe in areas of tension, think AGENCY '
Some leaders, however, vast majority of Greater the board has done a reason- : .
____ ______
have expressed resentment at Miami Negroes are law abid- able Job in seeing that more .

the police Chiefs threats to ing, hard working, homeowners Violence has not erupted be- -
AL4c
use shotguns and dogs in their spending over $160,000000 ,- tween races In the community INC1 s +r"" _

pursuit of criminals; and also in stores every year; that ."
his statements that"Com -

munity relatbns and all that lug supporting program has '%f ,' THE LARGEST PRIVATE HOUSING RENTAL AND

sort of things have failed. We been planned. \ / MANAGEMENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH OPERATING
,
_
.
have done everything we could, The speaker will be 0. E. _____
out and IN DADE AND BROWARD COUNTIES
sending speakers
"Pete" Peterson, of Chicago,

But meeting it has with amounted Negro leaders.to no- HI.Kiwanus He is International.secretary Emeritus During, A fleet of con and collectors convenience give door to door service for

tenants
thing. his tenure of office be was instrumental -

One leader said,"Headley's in the organizationof A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent ,
duties are to get criminals ap- the future outlook league free,"fumlshed and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment
later to become
which
was
prehended, and not to do social Frontiers of America and A public relations department to assist you with your problems.,! .,
relationsIn
work and public
the community; that should Frontiers International, he is Tenants concern will stopvondalismandreducethecostofhouslng.
listed in Who's Who In America ,
thatfield.
be left to experts in
for his outstanding work
MAIN OFFICE
with the of America
Another had this state- youth
ment to make fIrm a little namely, Key Club Interna- 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759.8733
about all that excitement tional, YMCA, and Boy Scoutsof
leary
know -- America., 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU 8-0617
from the police, when I
that the police have done very CLUBMAN TO ADDRESS 20848 South Dixie Hwy., Cutler Ridge- CE 5-3553

little in the capturing of arm- MIAMI FRONTIERSThe Fusion Of 605 NW 7th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale JA 4-3357
, ed robbers. 3-8416
1163 NW 3rd Avenue FR
when a law abiding Negro citizen annual meeting com- HousingDelayed
reports a crime to the po- mittee of the Frontiers Club 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5-1381 .

( lice, and he or she gives information announces that it has securedan 512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7-2434
about the lawbreaker international known club-
339 Hammondville Rd. WI 3-2434 ,:
the police usually revealsthe man: to address the annual ban- The Miami Housing Au- Pompano ::,

source of such secret in quet on January 5. The meet- thority, which exists solely on

formation. As a result, infor- ing will be held at Johnson Hall federal funds and rents from HON. L. L. BROOKS, President
mation on criminals is not fur- of the St. John Baptist Church, tenants, was scheduled to be'i'
GEORGE P. HARTH General Manager
\ nished to the police, because i 1348 NW 3rd Ave. Dinner will merged with Metro's Depart- ,
informants are scared of reprisals be served at 730 p.m. ment of Housing, on January. CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

." Beside the address, awards 1, but action has been defer-

will be made to the citizen of red for about one month, because -
I If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks
of federal red it
The same man added to his I the year and the Frontiers tape,
statement that this crime wai man of the year. An interest- is claimed.

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday, December 29 1967 ______
Mosby named to FAA post.
Rev. Edward Graham keynote speaker Regional: Institute:*

on Religion and Social Issues. To Be Equal
Two children locked in house, burn to death.

Miami boy becomes first Negro Page in Florida House t By Whitney Young Jr.

Officer 6530NW 15th Av.,Miami, Flo. 33147Phon. 691.0421 JUNE -- Crackdown ordered on slumlords. Executive Director
National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher $1.5 million earmarked for Florida Memorial College
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Miami girl, one honor graduates, wins Fellowship wards
STANLEY'I. SWEETING, Theatrical' Editor Adam Clayton Powell to settle for a censure vote.
Dade County receives federal grant of $482,000 to train 130> 1967 Wasn't AU!! lad
National Advertising' Representative ,unemployed poor and place them with public agencies.
Amalgamated Publisher, ,Inc. Roy Wilkins calm about plot to kill him and other Civil Rights i I' History will remember 1967 as the year of the most severe
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017
riots which swept the
Member of the National' Newspaper Publishers Association leaders. riots in the nation's history. The country
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 Senator Claude Pepper stumps for lighted playgrounds.Night after the First World War, and even in the last two or three
*" recreation program hurt by cut in funds. summers look like picnics beside Detroit and Newark.

ONE YEAR $5.00 SUBSCRIPTION- SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 35 Nurses Aides graduate June 6. The situation wasn't helped by press reports which were
HUD Director wants more housing for low-income senior citi- sensationalistic and neglected to fully explain the Justified
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post I, zens. anger at intolerable living conditions which was at the root of
Office at Miami, Florida, tinder the act of March 8, 1876 ., Recreation officials plan cool summer for kids. the riots. And it wasn't helped by inept police actions which

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The Negroes to organize own Labor Unions. provoked many riots, or by the irresponsible "burn,baby,
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead State Senate passes no-discrimination bill. burn" crowd who cheered while riotersburnedtheir own
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accords
Southern Baptists must change or die. neighborhoods.Many .
to every man regardless of his '' creed or color his human
and legal I rights. Hating no 'eel rearing no man..the Negro Short-tempered husband killed by wife. misguided people will look back on the 1967 riots as
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men Christian Scientists plan new $15 million Church center.St. being an expression militancy. But what kind of militancy"
or. hurt as long as anyone Is held back.ilL John Baptist Church honors founders at 51st anniversary. is it when innocent people are killed in the streets or at their
r 10 arrested after 200 riot in Clearwater. windows?
I : ? ditor'5 ffiotebooh I Daughter of former Miamian named Presidential Scholar. But too much has already been said about the negative as-
Miami Times wins NNPA National Public Service Award. pects of the year. Despite the violence, the backlash, and the
many casulties, 1967 had some positive elements.
VIOLENCE MUST BE CHECKEDCrime JULY .- Perrine Slum Tenants "Operation Home Im- Some of these ere related to the riots. Perhaps for the first

in Dade Countycontinues, murders in four days have provement. time, white Americans became fully conscious of the hostilityand
brought an announcement that Mayor Stephen Clark has urged Successful Florida suit seeks half for 61 executions. anger in the ghetto. They could no longer bury their headsin
police officials to take emergency measures to protect merchants ] $1.6 million for Health Center. newspapers while their commuter trains sped past the
and residents of the Northwest section. America's oldest man still running his business at 125 years. ghetto. Now they had to finally see what was really happening.It .
Chief Headley has promised "very positive steps" will be Miami girl one of first in Vietnam. wasn't pretty,but it was honest and it was the truth. That's
taken to curb the violence.The public will be anxiously waitingfor 35 Bahamian Scholarship winners arrive at Florida Memorial much better than the old hypocrisy which poisoned efforts at
results. If the police authorities unable to maintain law College. change. It's better to have the hate on both sides out in the open
and order, backed of course by our Judges- to whom then First Negro Judge on bench at Riviera Beach. where it can be dealt with.
shall we turn? Integrated delegation demanded for 1968 Democratic Conven- Another positive element was the realization by out top busi-
Miami, we consider the best,or at least one of the best tion. ness leaders that the widespread riots threatened the future of
\ cities In the country, is now seething with crime. Miami must Eleventh Episcopal District AME Laymen Session makes our nation, and that they had to help eradicate the slums and
not lose her good name.Crime must be curbed one way or an- history. poverty which breed discontent.The .
t other. Detroit's riot Is country's worst. Urban Coalition was formed in mid-summer. It's a
\ "A good name Is rather to be chosen than great riches." broad grouping of civil rights, religious, civic, business and
Youth, take warning. AUGUST. Department of Justice moves to protect legal labor leaders. Many communities formed their own urban coa-
rights of tenants.N. litions, and this group will fight for needed legislation and will
1967 IN REVIEW B.; L. Signs $500,000 Federal Contract to aid Small Bus I-take steps to open up Jobs and housing for minorities.
nessmen. Some of the measures taken by business leaders are very

, With this issue it is our privilege and pleasure, as we do War' on Poverty aids 457,199 Floridians.End impressive, especially when measured against the, indifference
annually to extend the season's greetings and best wishes to riots now, four leaders urge. of the past. The auto companies went into Detroit's ghetto to
patrons and friends. So we greet you with the old wish for a Community Renewal Report shows Miami has problems. hire people who might not otherwise have qualified for Jobs.
. happy and prosperous New Year. Wife of Marcus Garvey here for Lecture Tour. Other companies built plants In the ghetto. The insurance industry -
As customary, we are taking you back for a look at some Plenty Jobs available here. pledged a billion dollars In Investments in the ghetto.
happenings via Miami Times headlines during the past year: Frank Stanley to address state news media. With Congress turning'' Its back on social action, it has be-
Dr. King on Meet the Press Sunday. come more necessary than ever for private Interests to pull
JANUARY -- 90th Congress shoots down Adam Clayton Powell. Teachers plan one-day strike. their weight. A sign of the times Is surely the recent speechby
Dade County Urban Renewal Project to encourage Integration. NAACP protested proposed cut In Welfare payment. Arjay Miller, President of the Ford Motor Co., In which he
Bahamas Progressive Liberal Party ends 300-year( White called for a negative income tax whereby family would fall
Rule. SEPTEMBER .. 240 Youths enjoy summer recreation at below the poverty line.

Publishers arrive in Miami for Mid-winter Workshop. Northwest YMCA.Neighborhood Another hopeful sign was the election of Carl Stokes as ma-
College Professor denied Miami Lake Home because of race. Youth Corps to benefit 1750 students. yor of Cleveland and Richard Hatcher as mayor of Gary. Never
Dr. H. Franklin Williams Is Urban League Speaker. Twenty-one Town Houses to be built under Turnkeyprogram.Prefab before have Negroes been elected to the top positions of such
Florida Memorial Student spent $420 annually. houses might ease shortage here. major cities, and they did It with the help of votes from enlightened
Florida gets $770,080 for Neighborhood Youth Corps Project. Income limit for Public Housing raised $200. white citizens.
Man who resigned seat over Lester Maddox election to speak Greater Miami Fall and WinterCalendar of Events loaded. The lesson to be drawn from that Is obvious. When Negroes
here. Liberty City and Brownsville get new Space Age Schools. Join with allies from the majority white population behind sound
Conyers Urges Negroes to use political Rights. TV Channel 6 on the air September 18. men with positive programs, progress will take place. Few
Dade School Teacher Honored byOpa-locka. Coconu t Grove to get $229,330 for Neighborhood Center. cities were as divided as Cleveland and Gary,yet neither had
Two more Child Opportunity Centers open. riots. la both citiesNegr Sawa chance for meaningful
Bethune-Cookman Intern Teachers see "Whole World.' OCTOBER -- EOP1 Legal Director. asks free lunch for change, and enough whites were willing to work with them for
Dropout-Dropin Faces 75 days. 7,000 kids: it.
Northwestern players to present "Sound of Music.: Lowcost housing for low-income families urged here. Empty cries of'blackpower" gave way to meaningful "peo
NAACP Asks School Snpers parley.St. Urban League receives Foundation Grant. ple power." That's the way to bring about change. It works,
Petersburg Negro to run for Smather's Seat. Carl Stokes nominated for Cleveland's mayor. and Innocent people don't get killed.
Robert Simms Appointed Deputy Director of CRB. Business and Professional Women honor Commissioner Range. Taken all In all, 1967 wasn't a year to be happy about but
$730,000 Ford Grants go to NAACP and Urban League. Center to find better housing. there were enough positives to make us hopeful about 1968.
Taylor, Boozer, Kelly, Cornish, win Gallmore Farrington Judge Thurgood Marshall seated In U. S. Supreme Court.
Awards. ILET'S
NOVEMBER -- Florida NAACP votes to oppose ConstitutionDraft.
FEBRUARY -- Guide to Negro Printed Media to be Published.U. AcLW?* -
S. Warns Catholic Schools in Louisiana. Did father poison seven children?
Employers Reminded minimum wage now $1.40 per hour. Three Jacksonvill e Negroes win Democratic nomination ; TALK a..
Dr. Williams heads Dade War on PovertyMrs. judge ordered to Issue inter-racial marriage license. .
Range asks no more Brownsville housing. Government to close substandard schools. POLITICS )
Fired teacher re-Instated, gets $8,000 back pay. Poverty program gets temporary help.
$450,000 asked to improve Mays School. Youth kills old man with shotgun. BY NORMAN E. JON,
Scouts to form Pharr Alumni Association. Investigation demanded In death of seven children. NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS

Florida Congressmen attack school desegregation plan. Bishop denounces bureaucracy In poverty Program.Man 1< That President Lyndon B. Johnson resolve to withdrawall
Northwest Residents win fight to save homes, gets 25 years prison for holdup. American troops from Vietnam Immediately.
NAACP protests Jim Crow at Atomic Smasher Site. Miami hands over public housing to Little Hud. 2. That all military arms be embargoed t o all foreign na-
Urban League Director gets three key positions. Dr. J. A. F. Flnlayson honored in Testimonial Dinner. tions.

3. That the state department foreign policy be based on the
MARCH -- Hotel Commission closes slum apartment. DECEMBER -- Florida Memorial College honors Senator self-determination of all people, according to ethical cultureof
Democrats hire Bob Carroll as Director of Minority Groups. Harry P. Cain. their own nationalistic interest group, instead of trying to
Sen Brooke, Frank Robinson, Bill Cosby get Russwurm. United Negro College Fund receives $5,000 from Pepsi Cola set up a lot of "Alabamas" throughout the world.

Awards. Company. 4. That the state department accept thefact that Communism
Thirty-six cases filed against Delinquent Landlords. Child Spacing Program moved to Health Department. is a form of government In the world to stay, and reform the
Second Negro wins Medal of Honor in Vietnam. Senior Citizens move into new Public Housing. foreign policy of the United States along those lines.
Mrs. Range gets concerts for Manor park. Industry seeks solution to Negro Job problems. 5. That the state department officially recognize the fact that
Publishers cite President Johnson for Civil Rights Support. Arrington, Puryear on Little HUD. the advent and
growth of "Communism' as a form of govern'ment
Wealthy Negroes pledge $1 million for Civil Rights fight. Miami's population Is 26% Cuban regugees. Is the reaction of the masses of people of the failures of
Apartment Landlords face loss of licenses. Jacksonville elects four Negro Council members. other forms of government to adequately solve the problemsof
the "masses."
APRIL NAACP burns Governor Kirk on death penalty view. 6. The advent of and the growth of the "Democratic systemof
Roosevelt S & L to merge with First Federal.
government' In
America, was the reaction of the failureof
Powell wins again with 86 per cent vote. the English
Monarchial form of government to adequatelysolve
Kirk snubs segregation Governors Confab. the problems of Its then American colony.
Stokely Carmichael fails to Inflame Floridians.
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE 7. That the "Negro leadership structure" of every shade,
McCrary Named first Negro Assistant Attorney General. conservative
through black nationalism
realize that changing
,
MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
the name Identification of the Black ethnic cultural group" in
MAY Teachers demand pay-raise now. APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. America will change nothing, unless accompanied by a changeto
Ferre and discuss
Myers legislation with leaders.
a total "
philosophy of
"Economic self-determination.
Miami applies for Model City Funds .1 THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE 8. That
"Negro leadership "
structure heretofore andcur-
Commissioners to talk with Premier Pindllng. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM! ,
rently to
I aspiring the ultimate goal of total Integration," Im-
Two died
as Deputy chases motorist.
I mediately and forthwith change their goal to Internal ethnic
Commissioner Range asks strong gun law. cultural group" consolidation
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News A, -01 OPPORTUNITY()anAnaani H< (F)fI'' nnMMBMi 1 { O'O\lIt Legal J I Phil Ossofer : | 1



Commentary ServicesBY Listening to music on radio We love color in everythingbut

By John A. Diaz lr and TV, we hear about"Love"all human beings. And we sing
i- : Leo Adderly,J the time, but there seemsto of "love" day in and day out,
Center Attorney be some misunderstandingas while the true love, that love

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR READERSWHAT to what love really Is. I the beloved Jesus gave to us
mean the kind of love that will as "a new commandment to

Laws Enacted by LegislatureAs bring harmony and unity into love one another,"has been
TH E "MODEL CITIES" PROGRAM WILL DO the world.In cast aside. Out love has waxed

The Johnson administration has announced the names of the cold as He prophesied.

cities to be the first to be in the "Model Cities" program. Mi- you probably know, the Florida Legislature meets regu- hear our"love"present day sung lyricswe out in Abdul Baha,Exemplar of the
ami is one of them. There will be 62 others in which the pro.gram other unless called into special session. The I Baha'I Faith from 1892 to
larly every year, harmony, but we rarely hear 1921
said that until the attri-
will get a start. Legislature met in regular session this year. And many nev r or see that kind of love which is ,
Each of these cities will receive a share of the $11-million laws were passed by this body. conductive to a harmonbus bute of love enters the heart,
in Federal funds to draw up detailed blueprints for the rehabilitation no other divine attribute can
world. Perhaps it is because
of a selected slum neighborhood. Later they will re- Particular note should be taken of the following changes in, we reach for the superficialand enter therein.
ceive larger chunks of the money to help carry out the actual Let's face it. Real, eternal
Florida law the
: reject or Ignore genu
work. love for all mankind is a difficult -

That Negroes will be the chief benefactors under this program ine.An attribute to achieve.A few
'Effective 1 1968 law will tx t
January common marriages
is obvious, because Miami has the highest segregated example is seen In the seem to be born with it, but
abolished in this State. All such marriages entered into prior
housing index pattern of any city of its size in the nation. advertisments of a certain tan others, myself included, must
to the effective date will be valid. Moreover, the law will no t
When Congress passed a law in 1949 providing federal Kinds lotion. It reads, "Tan as dark struggle to obtain it. But
apply where there has been a good faith attempt to enter inti
for local neighborhood improvement projects t liberals as you can be Isn't It struggle wemustIbelieve,
legal marriage which is in fact defective.Contrary to popular
acclaimed the for ironic Man loves for as William Penn said
move as an epochal step forward the na- ? dark skin ,
belief common law marriages are legal and Just as valid ai
tion's underprivileged. Slums were to be cleared to pave way I acquired by artificial means, "Love is the hardest lesson in
other marriage in states which have not abolished them
for clean wholesome living near the center of the city. any but rejects J the God-given Christianity; but, for that rea-
Some optimists even thought that the new act would eventually Common law marriage means, merely,that a man and woman I dark skin given to certain son, it should be most our care
who free to enter into the state of matrimony do so am
are "
check the growing ghettos choking city after city across the of his fellowmen. to learn it.
hold themselves out to the community as husband and wife; bujdo t
country North and South,East and West.But the exact opposite
has been the case. not go through a formal ceremony or proceeding.

The "Model C1t1es' program, it seems, will do more thai n
the programs that are directed at specific slum ailments -- The owelfare lien law" is another significant piece

poor housing poverty, inadequate medical care, standard legislation enacted into law at the last session of the Legis-
schools. The program of Model Cities, by contrast, will aim lature. The "welfare lien law" creates a claim in favor of the Tan Topics
at what Federal officials call total attack"on urban blight. State against the estate of a welfare recipient. It is not en-

Instead of spreading Federal programs all over the city, the forceable until after the death of the recipient and cannot be
communities that received funds have agreed to concentratetheir enforced against homestead property. The lien law applies tall 0

state, local and Federal aid in a selected neighborhood in recipients of public assistance benefits received after August

order to achieve the dramatic and visible improvements that 1,1967.This .
the old scatter-shot approach rarely produced. I -dfi1I
1968 will see the detailed plans submitted.The Federal Government session of the Legislature, also;authorized increased ;

has assured the cities selected not only a slice of the monthly payments for recipients of old age assistance, aid to ry l .

planning money, but also a large supplemental grant to help the blind, and aid to the disabled. Weekly payments for
them fill in the chunks that the older programs cannot fill. recipients of unemployed compensation were increased,also.
The bonus money will be distributed in an unrestricted manner Another milestone reached by the 1967 Legislature was the removal

..that is, cities may use it for anything want.including of the $85.00 maximumgranttofamilieswith dependent

better police services, seed for slum enterprises who cannot children. H

get bank loans to start up business,Job-training programs,
and other purposes. In the area of consumer protection, the Legislature adoptedthe
Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act, created a Con-
JOBS CAN SOLVE THE SLUMS,AND POVERTY PROBLEMS sumer Services Commission, and extended the law covering

sellers' warranties.The .
Testifying recently before the National Advisory Commis-

sion on Civil Disorders, which was appointed the Presi- Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act is important
dent to investigate last summer's riots and how to prevent or
for the consumer's protection, because it prohibits one from
control future outbreaks, several mayors gave their opinions.;> advertising an item for sale with the intent not to sell It sWad-

Jobs, they testified, can solve many problems of the slums. vertised. And, the act prohibits a seller from misrepre-
The of Los of which Watts is the southern
mayor Angeles,
the condition demand and
senting origin, public sponsorship
part, had this to say,"I think a lot of other problems would be of goods offered for sale. Criminal sanctions are imposed
solved if the unemployed had Jobs."
against violators of this Act.
The mayor of Milwaukee said that suburban areas must
share the financial burden of improving in the inner cities.
The Statute extending a seller's warranties on merchandiseto
He also said that he was against so-called open housing if that
members of the buyer's family or household a guest in his
means limiting It to the central city and not extending to an entire ,
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home, and his employees or agents is singular achievementfor :. :: :" "
metropolitan area.
the public. Traditionally, in the above enumerated '
persons
The of Baltimore in his cautioned against
testimony
mayor classes were precluded from suing the seller for any injuries "BOIL WAS THAT PARTY CROWDED.--1:
fAiling to act positively for fear of appearing to reward rioters.He .
added, "We ought to do whatever justice requires that w(sustained by using his product. SCRATCHED MY LEG:' NDTWO GIRLS',
Listen to WKAT 1260 on radio dial at
your every Sunday,
do, no matter how unpopular or difficult it is.
11:40 p.m., for legal discussions of topics of interest to you SCREAMED
The mayor of St. Louis said that urban problems were a national and the community. Continental Features.
problem, and that this national problem Is going to have

to be solved with national financing and national legislation, --
and that "until Congress understands the real problems,thereis "
not much we can do." 'POVERTY IS THE WICKED = r

MANS TEMPTER THE
THE CHANGE IN NASSAU GOODMANSPERDIT/ON JW I

Charlie North, accommodating travel agent,has assuredus THE PROUD MAN'S CURSE;',;"' rte''

that the exclusion of Negroes in places of public accommo- THE MELANCHOLY Y /
dation in Nassau is something of the past.We are very glad to MANS HALTER. '\ } ,,, ,+.. =..c-

know this, because seventeen years ago, having seen in the ,4'i' I' : : \\

N. Y. Times, an advertisement of a hotel in Nassau, we tele- -
phoned from Miami and made reservation for two,husband and 0 > -

wife, but when we arrived and attempted to check in, we were ( jri-g 2,11117ezJj

bluntly told that colored were not accepted. We received the,

same accommodation' in a restaurant called "Sloppy Joe..
The only thing that is permanent is change.


ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES

Moses Perry, well known YMCA worker in Miami for years
who is now in Africa doing a grand Job in religious and social

work, for his outstanding contribution to educational and humanitarian -
endeavors.

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MR. FERRE MR. PERRY MR.. DELAFONTE

City Commissioner Maurice Ferre, the multimillionaire,
the broadminded manner in which he conducts his political

social affairs, no bias in class or color or race.
Harry Belafonte, who is packing them In at the new Hilton

In Miami Beach, for his activity in the civil rights iJir
and the peace Corps,and not allowing success to go
his head. He said last week that he was going to Africa lor
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6 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, December 29. 1967

JESCA Golden Agers Have 1 i df1tQftdJlu9tM


I 'a I Christmas Party-

Members and guests of the selections for the program.

--James E. Scott Community Mrs. Georgia T. Nelson, 'jOCfJA
Association Golden Age Club Golden Age and Adult Committee -
May I extend to you best wishes for a vory happy, healthy,
and prosperous New Year. With another milepost insight and enjoyed a combined Christ- Chairman, gave the BY PRISCILLA REDDING
and from ------
mas and birthday party, Christmas Tree gifts -
another year beckoning us with hopes and opportunities for ser- l
Thursday afternoon, held in the Jack and Jill Club.
vice, we stop a moment to reflect upon our pleasant relations
the at 4901 school activities have been centered
week
community room, Other special guests were This past many
of the year about to close. It is, indeed with gratitude that I
dance which was held In the
NW 7th Avenue. Mr. Willie H. Fuller, district around Chirstmas. The Christmas
look back the past and thank for support in
upon year you your Food, music, gift exchangeand scout executive and mother, Cougar's student commons was a smashing success.The performances -
reporting news to me. And now at the very onset of the New
fabulous.On .
were
fellowship were the orderof Mrs. Mamie H. Fuller. by the Drones and Uniques
Year I ask to continue to call 691-5978 before noon on
you
closed their 1967
the evening the Cougars season
day. Many contributed -
persons Thursday
Tuesdays if you have_. news fop mv_. column._ to Presidenl t t
-- --" According
I. to the festive occas- with a victory over Miami Central Senipr High, in the losers
W. 0. Perry, Miamian florist has been sion. Mrs. Spero Cokine was Harrison, Mrs. Patsy Evans
elected to the board of Junior Achievement. oldest club member is im- gym.
for the
Congratulations.Joyce II responsible Mr. Jack Butterfield presenceof proving and regretted not be- House guest of Mr.and Mrs. Willie L. Redding of 14620 Polk

Wharton, 16,of 1123 NW 58 attend the Street are her two nieces and a nephew, Darlene Wilson.,
party.
Miss Tressa B. Dean, who not ing able to
and a Miami Jackson Senior High and Willie Macky.
Stephine Presley,
Harrison president -
only provided each person Rev. T. R. ,
has been awarded first prize of$50 loan librarian with fruit and a Christmas Mrs. Mamie Car- Returning home for the holidays are: The Armstrong sis-

door poster design contest conducted In card, but rendered musical michael, secretary. ters, Gwen, and Jewel of 14440 Tyler St., Mr. Harold Smith of
county senior high schools. 14420 Harrison St., Miss Twila Hargroove of PolkStreet, Mr.

Arriving- home from- her new DOst as _. --I Rodney Wallace of 14030 Harrison St.,and Miss Jenell Hall of
in Hartford, Conn., is Edna J. Wil- Florida NAACP Leads S.E. Monroe St.
liams. Edna Is happy to be in sunny Florida PERRY The Second Baptist Celestial Chorus sang Yule Tide Carols

again, especially'since her daughter Sharon Diane, a freshman Reaion In Membership Increase I within the community on Saturday, Dec. 23.
at J C Smith Is home for the holidays.
Saint Petersburg. The billing on the front page of the
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From Washington, D. C. came the Kenneth Johnsons II
(Rosalyn Williams) to christen their first a darling baby girl. NAACP year-end membership December NAACP News- *:x :
Grandparents Mrs. Elsie Williams and Dr. J. K.Johnson drive in Florida is surging letter. Marvin Davies, State
beamed proudly at Mt. Zion Baptist Church last Sunday. ahead with an increase of 52.7 Field Director, said, "the r
Also from the nation's capital to visit her mother and rela- per cent for the first 11 monthsof credit for this accomplishment FASHIONSBy

tives is Laverne Gordon Clarke and her two sons, Gordon and 1967 over that of the same goes to the hardworking 11ji r.
Steven. period last year, according to presidents, and dedicated

y Marsha Marks, daughter of Calvin and Rudy Marks, is on Miss Lucille Black, national members of membership 111 VIVIAN WHITE

} vacation leave from 'the Sing Out America Cast of New York secretary for membership. conscience branches." This :111.-'..:-..:...:...:-..:...:....:..:...:...:-.:.:.:.:.:.:.n.:.:.:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..::.::.::.:.:::...::.::.:..:.::..:.:::.::.::.:.::.:::.:.::.:::.:.: -_
City. Marsha reports a most rewarding experience travelingover ., Florida leads the Southeastern is the beginning, just watch us
the country and abroad building brotherhood through song. states which leads all other of grow in 1968. Miss Hazel Some women own a closet full of expensive clothes and still

l The Jolly 20's( Pre-Christmas Anniversary Party was held at the Association's seven Land, Special Membership never seem well put together. Others with just a few modest
r.egions with an increase of Worker, also deserves a great outfits, manage to dress smartly on all occasions.What is the
the home of Mrs. Collean Pinder, 1920 Golden Glades Drive,
} Opa-locka. 20.8 per cent. deal of the credit for without secret?
her the enthusiasm and push A basic wardrobe is at the hub of a talent for dressing cor-
Montez Martin(Marcia Johnson's hubby) was here in plentyof
time to play Santa to their two little ones. (Tanya and The National Office congra- would have been absent, rectly and attractively at all times. Ideally, basic wardrobe
Terry). Montez is an instructor at Brooklyn Polytechnic. tulated Florida with a double-''''Davies added. contains the minimum number of clothes that you need tor
business and social occasions at all seasons. Very few cos-
On Friday December 29, Miami's Delta Sigma Theta Sor-
ority will stage their Christmas Benefit Dance at Bayfront tumes are required if all of them are rock-bottom basic in
Auditorium.Mrs. YWCA Offers Friendship To type, if they are color-related and becoming.With a nucleus of

Geneva Hightower and son are visiting with her son even five such basic costumes,you can wear anywhere, eitherat
and daughter-in-law (the Robert Hightowers) of Carol City. WomenThe home or abroad without a qualm.A .

Mrs. Ethel T. Jones Is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. E. YMCA is extending a Transportation is available, large budget Is not a crux of assembling these clothes. A
Edwards (LaVerne and Benny). warm Invitation to a "get- and so is baby-sitting duringthe plan as carefully drawn as an architect's blueprint is the only
Happiness is having the children at home again.So it was at acquainted coffee" for coffee. price set accomplishment. For either cool or warm weatherthe
the Chambers' and Perrys'. Gina and Ronald Frazier Jetted in "friendless and lonely wo- basics to plan on are these:
from D. C. on Christmas Day. But son, Russ made it home on. men" in Miami. Following are the centers ,
Friday, Dec. 22; Iva perry McDuffie and children, Jauna and The affair, dated for Wed- their addresses and phone A basic cloth coat- keynoting your wardrobe, singnallng
Clifford; Debra Perry, a senior from FSU and Bernadette nesday, January 3 from 10 a.m, numbers: South Dade Center, yourtaste and making a first impression and an entrance when
Perry, a student at Tennessee State made it a full house at the to noon,will be held at all three 9350 SW 79th Ave., 274-0422. you do, is your coat. For fullest value, you must also choosea
W. 0. Perry's. YMCA centers. Its purpose is Northwest Center, 5100 NW 21 flexible coat, one of a color and Style that goes over and goes
Here from Brooklyn for a bit of fun in the sun Is Norma Am.. to reach out to those womenor Ave., 634-2651. Downtown with everything else in your wardrobe.A .
brose who is visiting Mrs. Beatrice Miller for the holidays. those new in the city and Center, 119 SE 2nd St., 377-
Bea's to make 2571. basic suit is there any place where you can't wear a clev-
sister
Estelle, returned Newark, N. J. on Tuesday. friends.
wanted erly chosen suit? To extract all the uses to which it can be putit
Many are they who decided what they for Christmaswas
a holiday with a foreign flavor. and so'they decided to must be softly tailored, completely uncluttered and capable
Miss Martha M. Wheeler and Joe N. Livingston were married of
dress
ed of accessories.
visit Nassau in the Bahamas, Among those visiting the island being up or down with a change
last Sunday afternoon. The attendants were M?s. Ann
were Cassandra Hanna, Joyce Alexander, Linda Williams,
Joyce Williams I 1 and Frazier Williams.The ceremony was A basic daytime dress To judge such dress ask
Marcia Clorie, Shirley Rolle, Mildred Rolle, Little Dashane, your-
Vivian Rutherford, Ethel and Reggie Major, Cyril and Bertha performed by the Rev. L. A. Thompson. self whether you can wear it as a change from your suit for the

Poltler, Debbie, Anthony and Shelia, Nathaniel, Ruth Sutherland Stella Jenkins of Philadelphia is visiting her sisters, Linnie same occasions, and in addition do it for informal day and
and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Howard and son Michael.It Fannin and Sue Francis for the holidays. evening gatherings in your own home or elsewhere.

was family reunion time for the Williams'. Mr. and Mrs.

Raphu Williams' home was the setting for this affair. Enjoying Miami's balmy weather are Tommie and Mattie A basic casual_ In one-piece,two-piece or separates ver-
A1C Calvin Howard is home on leave from Goose BayLabra- Young of Lawnslde N. J. The Youngs houseguests of Bar- sions, the casual sports dress solves the problem of what to
bara McGruder. wear for relaxed moments in either country or urban settings.

dor.Dorothy Johnson Coleman is spending the holidays with her Visiting Judge and Mrs. Donald Jones are his sister, When fashioned along strictly classic lines, it is a dress that
mother, Mrs. Ellen Johnson and other relatives. Penelope and husband Bradshaw from Lincoln University in will double for office wear.basic atter-flve- This basic is
Additional college students at home for the holidays are MI- Oxford, Pa. Brad is dean of men and Penny is on the faculty. the answer for such invitations as"just having a few(probably

chael Crawford, Allen University; Franklin Beckwith, Tenn. Captain Samuel Stewart, II, is home on leave from Vietnam. twenty) for a buffet supper. Don't dress." Let this dress be
State; Judith Bechwith, Tuskegee; Barbara Davis and visiting:. Samuel's sister,Rosemarie is home from Atlanta. Their par dark, in one piece or assembled of separates, short of' all
: roommate, Fisk ; Pamela Bethel, Lincoln; Norman Bullard ents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Samuel Stewart entertained friends for extra detail to allow for accessory switches, lovely of line
the Thomas Brothers, Bethune. their children at their home ((1337 NW 96th St.) Christmas and fabric, and low-cut. even bare if it has a removable jac-
Former Miamian, Hazel Po1t1er Saunders jetted in from Los': evening. ket. Basic chapeau_ This marvel does exist, although very

a Angeles to visit her father, Mr. Lincoln poitier, Mr. Poltier Tonight, December 28, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority holds few women know about it. Arrange with your milliner to provide
died on Sat u r day. Friends of Hazel may contact her at her their holiday dance at Bay Front Auditorium. detachable trimmingsthat pick up the shades In your other
daughter's (Bettye Maddox) home 808 NW 75th Street. Motoring down from Detroit to spend Christmas with their basic costumes. You will get a clear picture of how this can
Mrs. Ola Carter and daughter, Judy are spending the holidays .parents and grandparents were the Leroy (Florence) Samp be accomplished by imagining a bottle-green coat and a gold
e with relatives and.friends in'Madison, Fla. sons and their four children, Debora, Vicki, Judy and James. suit. The basic hat for these two outfits would be a bottle green
Here for a little sunshine and fun are Mr. and Mrs. Wllford I with snap-on trimmings in golden hues.
(Ethel) Major of Englewood, N.J. The Majors are houseguests i. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur (Clarice) Hughes and daughter Janyce
of their niece and her husband, Pauline. and Clyde Willis. of Jacksonville are visiting relatives and friends for the holi
Basic
days. accessories-Three-sets: One that complements your
Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin Haile (Eldoris J I Henry Dean and Clotilda Mackey Moss returned to New York daytime basics; another that makes a sports outfit of your suit
Styles) and son Marvin of Crescent City this week after holidaying here and in Nassau. and casual dress; a third that dresses up your suit, daytime
spent the Christmas holidays with her mother dress and after-five costume.

Mrs. George Styles, Sr. Did you ever stop to think of how you spend your lifetime

\ Mae Robinson entertained friends and re j.Reports the Census Bureau, an average American 65 years: 1
atives at her h 0 m e with a dinner; party. old has spent 20 years sleeping, 20 years working, 16 yearsI 100% HUMAN FULLY GUARANTEED
honor of her aunts, Mrs.Susie Robinson and at recreation, five years bathing and dressing, one year ol HAIR
Mrs. Sammie Allen of Atlanta.A telephoning and three years waiting.
special treat for aunt Susie and aunt "Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that'
I. Sammie was a motor trip to Melbourne t j the stuff life Is made of." Benjamin Franklin WIGS
. ELDORES visit another sister on Sunday. Gail Byron is spending the holidays with her grandmotherin
Cordele, Georgia.
Houseguestlng with Mr. and Mrs.Bill Davison 146 Oak Ave. Visiting with the Dingle family of 1520 NW 66 Street for the
are Cornelius and Gwendolyn Ward of Jersey City and their Christmas holidays, are daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs, SOLD
three children, Parris, Vashti and Cornelius n. Lish Sims and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Eva Dingle all fro m ELSEWHERE $
A trip to Miami for a visit with her godson, Zachery SmithIs Baltimore, Md., also a nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Na AT 22
the reason Sara Allen of Bridgeport, Connecticut is the thaniel Brown of Washington, D.C. who also recently returned PRICES TO
houseguest of the Raymond Smiths at their 56 Street home. from a cruise to Nassau, Bahamas.Mrs. $89.00

DID YOUKNOWTheaverageAmericanhousewife worksa L, Lattimore and brother David,of Madison, Fla., an e \_--\ DOLLY WIGS

99.4 hours a week, at twelve different occupations. The re- the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souter for thEolidays. Call or write us today. P. 0. BOX 4513

searchers, quoting a study by the Chase Manhattan Bank, found Send deposit if MIAMI BEACH FLA.
Former Miamians and of Santa Ana California ordering
now Mr. an d
the occupational range Is fromcook to nursemaid,to laundress by mail. 33141
Mrs. Felton (Helen) Shipp and children are visiting the foi
city r
to housekeeper, and chauffeur.The bankfigured that if the the holidays. Beauty shops call (for PHONE: 8662396I
housewife was paid at standard rates for the twelve occupations wholesale prices.
ti. she would receive $159.34 or $8,289.68 a year. HAPPY NEW YEAR

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 29, 1967 7
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Sidney Poitier, the Miami
born boy who went away and
e made good In fairy tale fash-
Ion, has made another f i r st:
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING since he won the Academy A iw

LINE-0-TYPE Award.

THE YAWN PATROL: Yuletide greetings continue to pour in. Poitier was among the first e
Streets blocked off for the annual arrayof ten top motion picture per-
\ ixt1'M
young holiday skaters. City of Miami formers In 1967, according to K i ia'

extending its annual Christmas gift to the nation's film exhibitors, ..,..#
prisoners with leniency in the courts releasing t making him the first Negro in v
many home to their families for the + 11 rr the motion picture industry's i '

holidays Timmie Rogers at Hotel Fon- historyto be voted in the top ,
tainebleau Smothers Brothers might ten actors and actresses. In j; ,
break up their TV act before you read about popularity Poitfer was ahead
here 'tho they're at their popularity height of John Wayne, Richard Burton
Walter Johnson seeking Bowl ducats for and Steve McQueen. r
the New Year's Day Orange Bowl game.. .

Celestine Brown's sister Elsie Jones passed. ., Vera Ingra- Julie Andrews for the sec- --- -
ham's dad Rugus Ingraham died in Nassau. ond year in a row was voted

THE GREAT WILD WAY: Eddie Williams retired from Royal the top attraction.The runnerup BAHAMAS PREMIER PINDLING'S DAUGHTER CHRISTENED

Bakeries Antoinette Spicer will tell it all to a preacherin was Lee Marvin. Others in NASSAU BAHAMAS Mon I que Marguerite, fourth child of Bahamas Premier
January. .Tom Washington would rather switch than fight, the top ten, in order: Paul Lynden 0, Pindling and Mrs. Pindling, was christened on December 10. Godparentsare
so he left the Republican party for the bemocratic ditto Newman, Dean Martin, Sean film star Sidney Poitier and Mrs. Poitier who flew to the Bahamas from New York
Actor Ray Aranha's dad Charles(Davis Printery)Aranha cele- Con n e r y, Elizabeth Taylor, for the ceremony. From leFt: The Rev. Father Foster Pestina of Holy Cross Anglican

brating his 50th birthday. .Dorothy Bryant's daughter Bar- Poitier, Wayne, Burton, and Parish, Mrs. Poitier (holding Monique), Mrs. Marguerite Pindling, Gina.Poitier
bara home
from Tennessee ALI for the
holidays Alstine McQueen.
Lynch is expected to unwrap her '68 Buick Riviera by Jan- (daughter of the godparents), Mrs. Rvbie Pestina, Hon. Lynden 0. Pindling and Mr.
Poitier. Bahamas News Bureau photo by Howard Glass.
uary 1.STUFF. ---_.._.__._- .
AND SUCH: Recently-wed Phyllis PetersonMackdown 1:"
from Augusta, Ga to spend the Yuletide holidays with t9
mother Gloria Mae Maxwell out of Victoria hospital after 1 y Free Christmas Lighting Tours ContinueNear I

major surgery ..Bahama-Mamas for the holidays: Ida Webb,
Nell and Eartha Moss Roberts, Lorraine Puyol Former capacity crowds have the displays. Seating is on a North Miami CityHall.Central -
Miamian Helen Cooper-Smith celebrates another birtholiday taken advantage of Metro first come, first served basis Dade MTA Terminal, SE
In her adopted home of Denver, Colo New Year's Day(Jan. 1)) Transit Authority's free and children must be accompanied 3 Avenue and Flagler, Down-
The W. K. Mickens'hosting Willie James White of Hectic Christmas Lighting' Tours by their parents. town Miami. South Dade South
Harlem. I"I since the special tour routes Tours begin promptlyat Miami City Hall, 6000 Sunset

SALT WATER TAFFY: Donald and DorisHuyler domiciling began December 16. The free 7:30 p.m. fran the following Drive. For further Information -
Cleo- rides are being offered every points: North Dade NE 7 Court contact MTA informationat
in their newly-acquired tepee on Little River Drive. .
mie Ward-Bloomfield spent five days in Gainesville on Head- night through Friday, Decem- and 124th St., Just west of 538-8631.
ber
start program last week.. .Dr.James White, the medico, con- 29.
firmed in Saint Phillips Catholic (Opa-locka)at 10 ayern De- Passengers have a choice of
cember 23. George Dunn was his escort. Mrs Henrietta touring North Dade(including
Sweeting, after seven weeks bedded in Christian Memorial, }.. Miami Shores, El Portel,
: North Miami and North Miami Phonei NA 1.7203 Notary PublicI.
spent Christmas at home.Might enter another hosp soon after. -- -
Recipient of many Yuletide greetings and gifts ATTENDS SIGMA Beach); Central Dade (includ-
ing Bay Heights, southwest I. STANLEY SWEETING
THE WEEK'S WASH: If Lewis Roundtree of Tampa or any of CONCLAVELucius Miami, Hialeah, and Miami ASSOCIATES

his friends should read this, his mother, Mrs Ada Roundtree Crawford, president; Springs) or South! Dad} (including .. J. ,. ,
wants to hear from him at 504 West Adair Street,. Valdosta, of Rho Slgma| Chapter of phi i South Miami, Coral Diversified Public Services
Georgia .Auto mechanic L.C. Ervin felled by speeding auto Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. is|:- Gables, perrine and Cutler "I '
Xmas night, bedded in Jackson Memorial with injuries. attending the annual Conclave': Ridge). Thethree separate Public Relations'Consultant.
Conversing with Fred L. Johnson Christmas eve reminded me which is held in Richmond, routes have been designed to Theatrical Editor Th Miami Tim.
view the
of our Junior high school days, when the skinny mathematicianwould Virginia this year, December most outstanding
fume over the meager lunch I*d bring to 'pool' in with his 26-30. Rho Sigma Chapter is Christmas displays and light-
Ing decorations. 16351 NW 18th Place/ (Bunch. Park) Miami, Florida
mother-prepared goodies.
desirous of getting the conclave -
Each tour lasts approxi-
here if possible.
SCRATCH MY BACK: Each year during the Yuletide sea- anyway mately three hours and printed -
son this c o 1 u m n takes a peek at the beautiful dilly-dillies of At the conclave, around 800 circulars describe each of
softly-lighted homes in the Opa-locka sector, which remindsus fraternity brothers meet an-
so much of cotton candy and pepper mint sticks. The carni- nually and discuss in workshops -
val setting, to our mind,rivals any in the city for beauty and such programs as "So-
splendor. This 1967 pfferlng outdid itself by excelling in color- cial Action, Education, Biggerand PREMIUM QUALITYWIGS
ful and well-designed incandescants which make for a sight- Better Business, andSer-
seer's paradise. We give these homes an inspirational unof- vices to the Undergrates." V

ficial rating, but your selection is as good as, ours. Anyway, The conclave Is rich with many
you may take it or leave it. social activities as well as
business sessions.Congratulations.
FIRST PRIZE WINNER: The Bigelows (last year's winner)
1841 NW 166th Street. Second prize Winner: (A 3-way tie)

the Glenns, 2390 NW 154th Street; the Davis', 16441 NW 18th '
Court. Third Prize Winner:(A 2-way tie) The Hammocks,
1801 NW 166th Street; the Barnes 1851 NW 166th Street. .
Honorable Mention Winners were A collection of these
many. Ix
% v 100% Human HairReasonable
would have been too hot to handle -so delicately and expertly Pi% 7 4'7
arranged were the settings among them.But we were able to '.;\<"
ferret out a single. Not for its glamour, Its splendor nor its D
brilliance. It's Just plain nice.This distinction wentto the Bry
n'
ants 15700 NW 17th Place.

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DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS: Mrs. F. D. Philpart, Roderick ak

Moss, Shib Brown, Jerome Banks 1... William Bagley 3. .
Charles Scott.4. Lynette Grant,Octeon Tellis 5. .Peggy h/
Flournoy Lynch, May Braynon 7. Ralph Mizell,
Thompson 8. Jean Parks, Henry Daniels 9. Catherine
Taylor, Tee S. Greer 10. Keven Sims, Ofie Clark 11. .
Eddie Bryant, Sylvia RIgglns, Horace McMillian, Lucille
Casamayor 12. ..CarmettaCash-BrownlS. Tera Stewart 1 -
Merita Black, Denver Coachman, Theodora Brown, Barbara to WilliamE. _: 4 : :
Brooks 14. ... Catherine Wells, Ruby King, Edythe Wars, Carte HI, son of Mr. and
Mabel Wilson 15. Mrs. William E. Clarke, Jr.,
and the grandson of the Rev.

MORE DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS:Todd Wilhlte, Pauline Sut- and Mrs. William E. Clarke,

ton, Emerald Gardner, Elisha Clark m, 16.. S. D. Barkley, Sr., who crossed the burning
Willie Hue Jamison, Ronald Bashin, Sherry Jackson, Yvonne sands into the Delta Beta
Turner 17 Dorothy Ward, Margaret Bennett 18. Clara Chapter of Alpha phi Alpha
Underwood, H. DeAlva Daniels, Phillip Wallace Jr 19. Fraternity Inc., on December
Ollie Finder 22. '. Clara Knight,Lillian Hunter, Bennie 8. Mr. Clarke is a sophomoreat
Thomas Jr, Olivette Ross, Marie Wallace 24 .Ila Jordan, Bethune-Cookman College,
Mildred Shaw, Deloris Collier 25...Grace McCraney, Leona majoring in English and Psy- y it..
Cooper 26. Fredne Speights,Willie McIntosh 28 Willie chology. Upon graduation in Terms No Finance
1970 he to : or Carrying Charges
enter Atlanta
plans
Sutton 29... Mary King 30. Anna-Grace Sweeting 31.
University, where he will begin -
In tie field of Mortu- FREE DEMONSTRATIONin
FACES ABOUT TOWN: Air Force Major Felton Kemp, the study
Carl Heasties, Bobby Allen, Dr William Wheeler, "Cannon- ary Science. Mr. Clarke is a
ball" Adderley and baby brother Nat, who had a 4-hour lay- member of Kelly's Chapel the complete privacy of your own home .
over enroute to South America, Earl Peavy, who arrived in Methodist Church and also a
member of Bethune-Cookman CALL MIAMI 211-5915 FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
town Tuesday from Tampa, but had to hurry back to the Cigar I
College Concert Chorale.
. City due to bis father's sudden passing. r
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8 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday December 29, 1967

No Discrimination Asked For ,

Our in the
: Boys ..

I:; Armed Forces I I"i Illegitimacy- ,


The American Jewish Con The lawyers asking the Su- The suit was rejected the It was"highly unlikely," the

gress and the Episcopal preme Court to take the case Louisiana court on the lawyers said, that a woman
:, ( ,.. '" Church of the USA asked te said the Louisiana law was grounds that the law protected about to engage in non-marital
"'. U. S. Supreme Court Mondayto "base on out moded conceptof the rights of only legitimate Intercourse would be thinkingof

rule that discrimination caste and status." children. Such a law, the her own wrongful death.
against children born out of friend-of-the-court brief con- Neither would she be likely to

wedlock is unconstitutional.The The statute was unconstitutional tended, violates both the equal know that any child that might
for the same reason the protection and the due processes result would not be able to sue
religious groups Supreme Court had previously clause of the 14th Amend someone who allegedly caused
contended in a friend- ot-the-
outlawed other discriminationbased ment. her death.
court brief that discrimination
on race, creed or other
because of illegitimacy is as
accidents of birth it
said.
illegal as discrimination because

'} of color or religion.The HELP WANTEDPORTER
1 rI The appeal to the high courtI
4k
ti brief referred to a s based on a case of Louise

Louisiana State Supreme Levy, a Negro domestic ser- Permanent position. Prefer ages 40-55, excellent employee -
Court decision which denied vent who died in New Orleans benefits. Call personnel department for ap-
'i ,-' five illegitimate Negro child Charity Hospital in 1964.i pointment.
ren the right to seek damagesfor
San Ant 0 n I o. TheodoreE.
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San Antonio Airman the alleged wrongful dea i MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANKAn
Roberts nephew of
Mrs.
Rebecca Wallace, of 1431 NW Chester C. Webb, son of Mrs. of their mother. The Louisiana Her children and their guar- ( Equal Opportunity Employer)
43rd Inez L. Ferguson of 3176 NW court decided that the state au- dian, Thelma Levy tried to sue
basic St., Miami training, has at completed Lackland- 12th St., Miami, has completed thorizing children to seek the hospital, Dr. W.J. King 531-0711 1651 ALTON ROAD

basic training at Lackland damages in such cases refer- and the ABC Insurance Com-
AFB is
Tex. He
now assigned
AFB, Tex. He is now assigned red only to legitimate children panies. They allege negligence -
as a communications specia-
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as a security policeman witha '--'
list with a unit of the Air Force :
unit oftheStrategicAir \
Communications Service at
Scott AFB Ill. Airman Command at Beale AFB,Calif. Ii +d'n' ; /1 IR OOESNtT GROW?
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Airman Webb is a 1967 graduate 1114 1 \j ; ):
Roberts is a 1967 graduate of
Miami Jackson Senior High of Miami Jackson High f s / Ir, 4, ,D, [)RUFF?

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Henry E. Sapp, whose mother ,Henry Mitchell, son of Mr. and ; : !:: :

resides at 314 NW 17th St., Mrs...Luellen Mitchell of 1479 .. t "%fri| J sH ''Jlth nQndiqU ,lt J\l Sc p,
Miami, has completed basic :NW 73rd St., Miami,has com-
training at LacklandAFB basic at Lack O' 'jffqtitytas0 k 'fotlf J sVQ i Ie
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the Air Force Technical ,signed as food services spec Air Force Lieutenant Colonel/ / James E. P. Randall .; :.: #, ; (! ..;:ri.'i,; } ,'i;."' '

Training Center, at banute ialist with a unit of the Strategic and Senator Howard W. Cannon, (D. Nev.), a major general iAThr.MC: ;:: >rnh, p'plt'i9o, f. :'\..Jl.SQiMPLE:
AFB, HI., for specialized 1 Air Command at Beale / In the United States Air Force Reserve, completethe

schooling as an aircraft main- AFB, Calif. Airman MitchellIs pre-flight check of their F-IIIA/// fighter bomber. : 'S.: 50'GRPW
tenance specialist. Airman a 1967 graduate of Miami F'lll orientation flight at Nellis AFB, Nevada. R '],
Sapp is a 1967 graduate of Bur- :Northwestern High School. -
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San Antonio. Airman HOME FROM VIETNAM
Tyrone G.Days; son of Mr.and
'A' Airman Edmond
First Class
of 1303
Mrs. James Bentley
San Antonio. Airman NW 70th St., Miami, has com Johnson, son of Mrs. Bessie
Johnson is home from Viet-
,
Lee A. Avant, whose motheris pleted basic training at Lack
Mrs. Edith Smith of 1301 land AFB, Tex. He is now1 as- nam for a month's visiting
relatives and
NW 42nd St., Miami,has com- signed as a supply specialistwith friends.
pleted basic training at Lack- a unit of the Air Force Edmond has just completeda SizzlingCO R
year of active duty in Viet In ji\;
land AFB, Tex. He is now assigned Logistics CommandatHillAFB
nam and will be stationed at
Airman is
as a photographic Utah. Days a
lllst with a unit of the Tacti-spec- graduate of Miami North Mac Dill Air Force Base, [LUCIANOLUCKYBOY v i
Tampa, for the remainder of
cal Air Command at Shaw AFB western High School.
his Air Force career.
S. C. Airman Avant, a 1965 FROM
graduate of Miami North- PROTECf YOUR FURNITURE v w. : THE

western Miami High Dade School Junior, attended College. o cap. WITHOUT CUSTOM HIDING MADE ITS BEAUTYI IT] ?r GUTTER! r

His father, Samuel A. Avant, I PLASTIC FURNITURE II F .

resides at Center Hill, Fla. SLIP COVERS TI t

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LONG LASTING
Lester L. Glivens, son of Mrs. Pill 1I'/iTANT Ill:
Mary E. Glivens of 2401 NW PULLYGUAIANTIID ) ..+. I t .

80th St., Miami, has completed IIUIWOllMAIIo-
basic training at Lackland I"" ANIMATINIALI

AFB, Tex. He Is now assigned i":' dU. Pill IIT1MATII "" f
as a food service specialistwith (All" :1I SPECIALIZING GAIL
a unit of the Strategic Air Pa nrnlll SUP IN PLASTIC COVERS NIGHT ROBERT HOFFMAN LISA GASTONI
Command at ring AFB, EXCLUSIVELY ClAN MARIA VOLONTEI ROBERT MARl Maine. Airman Glivens is a 'MONl
1967 il'aduateofMiamINortb- House ol Gretchen 314-5082
western I 1flp13 1th lJ1eur
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THE MIAMI TIMES, 'Friday, December 29, 1967 9


South Floridian Gets Hlahest. Aid AwardFrank I

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E. Pinder, Directorof unusual dedication and devotion of Africans and others resid- many months as a volunteer
the U. S. foreign aid mission to the service of his ing in this part of the world." with the Ghana Ministry of
V P to Ghana, has received Health. In 1959, she was appointed -
the Agency for International country" In 1951, Pinder received the Health Education Ad-
Development's highest award. Superior Service Award and In visor at the Ghanaian Govern
In recommending pinder for 1955, the Meritorious Service ment's request, serving until
AID Administrator William the award, U. S. Ambassadorto Award. His work has been September 2, 1964 when her

tv! Br DAVE BONDU S. Gaud presented Pinder with Ghana, Franklin Williams, praised by Liberia's President husband was named Directorof
I the Distinguished Service said, "Few Americans are W. V. S. Tubman and th the AID Mission in Accra.
ward today at ceremonies in held in higher personal or professional Foreign Minister of Ghana, Pinder had previously serve
Hie things peopledo at Christmas time should be done all the Department of State. regard by West Africans Kojo Dotslo. Florida A&M ed for five years as Food and
year round. I am the same as anyone else, did the normal of all nationalities a t University named him to its Agricultural Officer in Ghana
things like buying gifts and trying to be more of a human beingby The AID Award was made to, every level, In and out of government Hall of Fame in 1962 and presented for AID. During 1944-51 he
extending kindnesses to those around me. I watched Peggy Pinder "in recognition of his Both be and his wife, him with its Outstanding was head agriculturist in Liberia
Green trying to inject Christmas spirit among the staff at many years of unselfish ser Mrs. Jean Pinder, have been Citizens Award In 1963. and from 1952 through
Brownsville EOFI. Eloise Kennedy and Lillie Pearl Dor- vice and sacrifice to the peo- unusually efficient a m b a s s a. 1958 agriculturist In the Mon
sett along with the other girls making plans for a staff get.to.- ple of West Africa and for his dors for America to millions Mrs. Pinder worked for rovia Mission.

gether Henry Johnson and Isaac Warren moving furnitureand ------
running errands and what have you to help In making the
gathering more enjoyable for all. I watched the expressions Gf, Benefits Waiting For Negro ServicemenAll I
of Center Director Sumner Hutchinson glow with happiness -
to see the workers working in serene harmony It Is; Just former GI's are urgedto his entitlement. In other or technical or vocational Veterans Administration offers
great at Christmas time. This scene was probably played In take advantage of the benefits words, if a GI served two yearsin career he desires. For those counseling as does Lind
thousands of offices all over our city and country. When heartsare that are theirs for tie ask the Army and decides to take with limited funds, Lindsey sey Hopkins and other educational
light and gay, and conditions like these,it makes one wish ing. School officials are con high school courses, he will Hopkins and its branch centers institutions. Most
Christmas could come everyday cerned that more exservicemen still have two years of entitlement offer many courses for veterans schools otter free placementfor
This is the last week of.asking for post cards giving Sam are not investigatingthese after he completes those with registration fees GPs, ready employment
Moncur your vote of confidence. I could not give you a good opportunities Any serviceman courses. of only two dollars for each while they are going to schoolas
count In the last two weeks because of the holidays and the Miami who served at least Dade County schools offer course. well as job placement after
Times had a press break-down. However,there are quitea 181 days after January 31, hundreds of courses for vet For assistance the veterans they finish their course.
few cards that have come in and not one yet saying "Sam- 1955, is entitled to one month erans. He can study become should report to the regional The Spring semester begins
no." Dr. Chapman wrote a letter, which I cannot disclose to educational assistance for an Aviation Mechanic, Accountant office of the Veterans Administration January2atLindseyHopkins
you, but he says in so many words, "Sam-yes.'The Culmer each month of active duty. Dental Technician, at Room 100, 51 SW so now is the time to start
Center EOPI has done the most In cards favoring Sam. I don't Monthly payments are mailed Lawyer, or any professional 1ST Avenue, In Miami. The plamlng your future.
plan to make this a long story except to tell you that the States to veterans while they are
Attorney's Office says that Sam nor anyone else in the EOPI going to school. Single vet
group has committed any criminal act, except that they are
erans are now entitled to$130a
looking into a private organization that had$5,500 that has to
month and veterans with two
be accounted for. So again, this is the last week to send your dependents receive $135 a
cards to me. Don't forget that you must sign your name and ,
month if they go to school full
address or it will not be counted.Let's get Sam back to work time. Reduced benefits are
We all need him.
available for veterans attend-
ing as little as 13 hours a week.
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Dee Hendricks of Jefferson If a veteran needs to completehis
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QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Kole enterprises, located at fWJIvL&1LI
3553 NW 50th St.,makes card board boxes.Ben Cole, the owner d t t
gave a Christmas party for the children in the poverty area ?)
and was assisted by his office workers,. Eileen Seidle, Terry
Pickens and pat Pizzulo. Mr. Cole had aSanta Claus come In I sru (
on a golf cart, loaded with toys. As he said, "I'd rather do 1967
this than anything I know ft Is good to see the happy faces of 1"" 1 1 1 II' fj J;, u J y ,1{ yM
the kids of our neighborhood." Kole Enterprises Is a small \
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Just suppose 25 % of the companies In Miami and Dade County ,

would do the same thing next year,would help make a better ,
Christmas for the whole of Miami and Dade's poverty stricken y 4_ # ..

children. ..
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ALL THE LOVELIES WANT TO BE "SWEETHEART" OF KAPPA ALPHAPSI
Specialist, Lucille Glass, Is home forthe holidays. He leaves
FRATERNITY FORT LAUDERDALE ALUMNI CHAPTER
for Korea Jan. 7 for a 13-month tour of duty. While I am ,

on the subject of service men, our son, Dave, Jr., is home Again this year the brothers of Kappa ore working with that usual Kappa spirit.
from Fort Benning for two weeks. He looks great and Is with each one vieing to /have a winner. Well, we'll soon see, on December 29, at the Galt
the 291st Army Band .Former Count Basie House Rocker .
Ocean Mile Hotel, Fort Lauderdale Beach, Florida, the new Sweetheart and the
Joe Williams will be In !.. Teen
Nassau,Jan. 12th to sing for the 1K
Sweetheart will be crowned. Lest forget this is the "Sweetheart Coronation"
ants International benefit show on the 14th at the New Hilton I' I you
Ball Gene and his 16- band
featuring Roy of
Hotel on Paradise Island. Yours truly and Phyllis Branch will And the best of piece renown.
The increase In the cost of tuition a t colleges the Chapter has decided
join In this wonderful cause for a new home for the needy everything this! to. increase -
children of Nassau Lillie Dorsett showing all "64" now New Year the value of Its scholarships. This event will assist us in doing this.
that her mama, Mrs. Lillian Hollis, Is paying her a visit. Contestants shown left to right: Lucy Glenn, Edith Staten, Inez Young, Betty
Peanuts Taylor making reservations for 4 for the Harry Bel- A FRIEND Ethrldge, Marion Edwards, Mattie P. Jacobs, Sheila McCray, Verda Tremble, Edwina
afonte Show at the new Statler Hilton on the Beach Our Ellerson, Louise Smith, Anita Hawkins, Georgia Green, Emma Roberts.
own Coleman "peanuts" White playing In the Junior Orange 1Ntt Contestant not shown: Martha Thomas.BOIANZA.
Bowl International Golf Tournament, and holding his own with
148 youngsters from all over the world.. Mike San Fllippo,
15-year-old Miami Edison High School student taking the hon
ors the first day with a 69. There are 30 states and five foreign -
countries represented In this tournament While we
are on the subject of golf, Tommy Arron is expected to rate
high In the Baseball players Tournament In Feb. the Free
Masons of the World had a three-state meeting at the Dupont
Plaza this week. Many local members of the phi Beta Sigma
Fraternity left the City this week for Richmond, Virginiafor
their national conclave H. E.S."Chief Reeves Is a member

Note: Phyllis Branch opens Tuesday, Jan. 2, at the 104 NW 1st Ave.
Rancher. Joining Jeff Addams and the Dino-Derose Trio,along Open Dally 9 to 9 ?,,f: ;' H'. 'C. ,
with the Ira Sullivan Four...Women between the ages of 45- '. ,4 .. Facing Miami Court House on lit St.
60 can apply for Job Training, at the Home Health Air Program J

5252 NE 2nd Ave. U you are accepted you start Jan. 8, Reg. $2.99 Silk and Ch.rvc.tt. ... Reg. $39.95 M.n'. Fin
and will be paid while In training. Ask for Mrs. Weiss.
Next week I will tell you how I think the Humane Society Is BLOUSES $ 1 39 SUITS 19"R

bilking money out of the people of Dade County. I will ask the
county commissioners to launch a full investigation,more
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I.11lliu I.I II.I.J J I I : Family. of 14 Rescued From Slum Poverty. I


Life in the city's slum and ed this week lid, dilapidated $20aweek find them a real home start-
how a poverty-ridden family Ulysses Boatwright and his house. When it was condemned ed. It took six months of diligent -
was rescued from their plight wife Vattie and their 12 chUd- as unfit for human habita- search. Then New Cove
graphically illustrat- ren had been living in a squst- tion the family of 14 lived there nant Presbyterian Church collected -
for jtree. This must have hurt about $200 for a down
the slumlord. payment on a house that had
Actress Calls LBJ Dinner It was house with holes In been repaired and was for

dt the ceiling, holes in the floors, sale.
In Poor holes in the walls; with windows
Racially TasteNew without Last week the Boatwrightswere
screens or glass
able to borrow a truck
York.-Actress Diana said she wondered how a a stopped-up commode, and and the family of 14 moved into
Sands criticized President foreign dignitary from with furnishings that were un- their new home,which is clean
Johnson for h 0 s t1 n g a dinner colored nation must feel diningat fit for human sight. and comfortable, a big difference -
that she felt was racially In the White House"when Mrs. Annie Stephens, an from te hovel,which had
poor taste. The actress had everything is lily-white, and EOPI hardship counselor had been condemned as unfit for
been invited to dine at the then, suddenly he is being been working on the Boat- human habitation, and vacat
White House with four other served by people of color." wright case. Through Mrs. ed when some Good Samari-
Negro celebrities. Added the actress: Elizabeth Curtis word about tans rescued a slum dweller
According to Miss Sands "What kind of business can the Boatwrights reached the from abject j poverty. That'sone
the White House Social staff is LBJ do with such an ignorant Liberty City EOPI Center, of of the battles that the war
"lily-white" while virtually setup? It was gauche. I could which Benny 0 Berry is the on poverty has won,and should
all the waiters and servantsare have swung from thecha director. win many more if politics and
Negro. delier; it would have been justas When Mrs. Stephens met the personalities were removed
Describing her White House rude." Boatwright family the Job to from the nrocram.
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dinner in a current Look .
magazine article, the actress I Jlt'-

said;
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until w e hit the dining room,
I and then the wallpaper was

brown; all the waiters were ..,..
colored. I mean the aides who
escorted you in the door and
danced with the ladies,every- ? 4rf
body who was anybody in that
t StnM Wins Fncnccu OIU4 place -- except the guests of ::

honor -- was white."Everybody .
Marriage vows were exchanged her was Mr. Dewey Wimberlyand who served you pTK3
recently between Mrs Sarah McKenzie. was black. I just couldn't believe -
Miss Jacqueline A. Smith and Mrs. E. T. Lewis and Mrs. it. I said to myself:
Mr. Emmett Mile Jones, in a Harry Jones (aunts of the, 'Where did all these colored
beautiful ceremony at the bride) assisted in various ca- people come from?This is going -
Cunningham Chapel, Morris pacities.Out to be a better party than I
Brown College, with Dr. JohnA. of town guests attendingthe thought."
.. Middleton performing the wedding were: Thebride's In the article, Miss SandsETTjlMifeViiMlil
ceremony.The father, Mr. Dennis 0. Smith; l
bride was radiant and Mrs. Sue Harris, the bride's
lovely in an exquisite white God-Mother; and Miss Mar 1 ; 'ir 1
peau-de-Soie lace* gown. She garet Simmons of Miami. Mr. ,
in marriage by her and Davis and son Co- Get"
was given Mrs.D. ,
= THE RESCUERS OF A SLUM FAMILY ore pictured here, /left to right
: Benny
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father, Mr. Dennis 0. Smith lumbus, Ga., Mr. and Mrs.
of Miami.Dr. W. F. Terrell, and Mr. and !7 1 DOUBLE ACTION O'Berry, Mrs. Anne Stephens, Rev. Bruce Robertson, pastor of New Covenant Pres- I
Johnson Hubert was at Mrs. Marion Tompkins and .; /COLORS GRAY HJURUJW byterian Church, Ernest Curtis, and Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis./ Johnson of Miami photo.FIN .

the organ with .music, and Mr. daughter, Newnan,Ga.; Mr. 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PUCE
William Edmondson, as and Mrs. William Macombsonand
soloist. daughter, Fort Valley
Directing the wedding was State College; Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Vivian Beavers. Don Godfrey, Sr.; Mr. and
Miss Annette Jenkins, was Mrs. Robert Tompkins,
maid of honor. Bridesmaidswere Detroit, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. NE: W CAR
Misses Judy Brown,Jer- William Watson, Mrs. Eddie NEW1EMERSON
rie Jones, Gracie Tompkins, Manderville andsonMrs.Marc .
G e n e It h a Welch, and Mesdames Hughes Fisher, Miss
Betty Malone and I Marsha Rabb of Nashville,
Sandra S. McDonald.The Tenn.
flower girl was little i Pre-wedding parties which
Bridgette Tucker, and Jeffrey honored the bride and groom, ANCING
Tompkins was ringbearer.Mr. highlighting the festive occasion -
Timothy Jones servedas I was the rehearsal dinner TELEVISION
best man. Groomsmenwere i given by Mrs.Ester Jones,the I
: Bobby Chennault, groom's mother at the sudent
George Willis, Hudson Willis,, union center at Morris Brown A't
Stephen Belcher, AndrewHill,, College. Many relatives, out- "i'
Julius Wynn, and Chief Usher,, of town guest and the bridal ... .
Scott. of shared "'I r F ;
Jimmy party the young couple -
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The bride's mother, Mrs. festivities. The attractive %
Willena Tompkins Smith, and delectable menu was prepared $ X88 rv ,' 41/2
looked lovely in a blue crepe i by Mrs. Bryant of the 8"8'
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dress with matching acces- school's food management >!
sories. partment.The I _J,' "
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Ester Jones was stunning in a L given by relatives of the groomat !tin ffi I :it:<. ,,,'
lovely pink organza dress the beautiful home of Mr. rac 1 ; ".
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started immediatelyafter Happiness was radiated by
the ceremony. The atmosphere Jacqueline as she enjoyed fun .
was festive and gay and wit, and opened her many MODEL 11P50A WITH -n. .
as guests greeted the bride, lovely gifts at the showers PRIVATE LISTENING )
groom and wedding party. given by friends. l\\ .
Mrs. Victoria Jenkins intro- Mrs. Dewey Wimberly com- EARPHONE '-. -

duced guests to the receiving; menced the nuptial parties t y.W I.
with a beautiful lingerie shower. -
line.Hostesses under the direc- Mrs.Victoria Jenkins' linen ;
$5.00
tion of Mrs.W.A. Potter were, shower was also a spark-
Mesdames Annie Broughton, ling affair. Mrs. William Pot-
Eva Cowan, John Chappell, ter and daughters, Savannah
Lillian Garnett, L. D. Keith, and Sadie, planned a kitchen DOWN Lincoln/ isI YOUR Bank. Use it!
Daisy Moorhead, J. O.Ma- shower that was a delight and

comson, Eloise Martin,Willis joy.Mrs.
Scruggs, Junius Sherwood, Willena Smith the
Flora Price, Preston Williams b rid e's mother entertainedwith Call
Carrie L. McCarterand a family dinner and .
Faustina Tate.Junior hos- cocktail party for wedding LH NCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF

tesses were Savannah Potter, principals and out-of-town 373-2971 MIAMI
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Sadie Potter,JohnnIe Thomas, guests.Mr. t
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Charlene King, Sandra Dennis 0. Smith, thebride's 0 CREDIT REQUIREDW.T.
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Collins, lose Hodges, Tena father carried the bri-
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and Tammy Jenkins. dal party and out-of-town .. WELLS COMPAN 6013 N.W.7Hi Avenue '''.n. 7594431I '

With her skill as a culinary It':ests to Paschal's:Restaurantfor [ 33 N.E. 7th Street ," .

artist, Mrs. Dewey Wimberlywas dinner after the wedding. Miami, Florida 33132 ,
responsible for the tasty The festive and gala atmosphere :
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r College Education Achievement


II CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS

Program at Beffiune Coofcman

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IN MEMORIAMIn ALBERT RANGE What happens to students dents present talks on controversial Education Achievement sponsorship.There Pro-.
ject under HEW
Mrs Beverly Jean Walker, capable of college work whose subjects ranging from students .
loving memory of Mrs. Margaret Glasper of Integration to abstract art, are 1,000
low school close
high grades
1224 NW 52 St. died Dec. 22. 100 in
this
1000 NW 1st Ave., Apt.9,died college doors to them? then submit to an enthusiastic participating year,
MR.EDWARvL.nROPKSwho
Among her survivors,parentsMr. ,each of 10 colleges. Next year,
Wednesday Dec. 20 in Jackson of questions and
barrage
Some find menial Jobs with
Joseph and Jessie BridgesSr. 15 schools will have CEAP
Hospital. She is survivedby accusations on fine of
expired Dec. 25, 1966 ., two brothers, Joseph Jr., little future. They're the lucky points programs.
a daughter Mrs. Irene Others often end living accuracy of logic.In .
He has ascended high and Edward. Funeralservices ones. up Students in the B-CC pro-
Stanley; a daughter-In-law, off other tax dol- reading, each student
And shown our feet the way Friday 2:00 p.m.,at Mt.Tabor people's were recruited through
Up to the Lord we too' shall Baptist Church. Dorothy Vaughan; nine grand- lars, either on welfare or in works at his own pace,with high gram school counselors, and
children, Edward, Larry,Ric- the nation's prisons. vocabulay, comprehension,
fly
William McKenzie; 1370 NW recruitment is going on already -
key, jeanJefferyJoanle, But for 100 and speed builders geared to
At the freshmen at Be-
great rising day. another class to
died 23.
68th St., Dec. Amonghis for
Patricia and
Wayne Eugene. level from third
thune-Cookman the every ability
he rest In College ,
May will
peae. survivors mother Mrs. start next year. B-CC
will lie In Thursday
She repose outlook Is different. grade through senior In college -
Mrs. Cleora Brooks wife sister at least three
McKenzie for
Epsie ; one participate
: in the chapel.Her remains Under normal circum- That way,no one Is slow-
Mr. and Mrs.pat Brooks
Mrs.Lucia Mullins two brothers
; will be shipped Friday to VI- stances, most of them wouldn'tbe ed down or left behind by the years.
parents. of the
and Daniel two
Sam At the beginning
;
dilia for
Ga., final rites. college freshmen. Their others in the class.
sisters-In-law, Mesdames, school year, the CEAP students -
school didn't Although they are classified ,
high grades
Less and Henrietta McKenzie took the Scholastic Apti-
IN MEMORIAMMy Claude Rhodes of 2320 NW
qualify them for entrance to as fullfledged B-CC stu-
Jesus have on the Funeral services Saturday, 1 62nd St. 10 met tude Test of the College Board
Apt. an untimely
I mercy any college,and their achievement dents and eligible to participate -
soul of p.m. Inthe chapel. examinations, as well as the
death recently. He issunwedbY3.wUeVJola.Fun level In September hov- In all college activities
I Mrs. lvaTurnquest,1646 except intercollegiate sports College Board's English com
I ered somewhere between sixth ,
I! I' 'I'I NW 1st Ct., died Dec. 18. Fun- eral services will be conducted and ninth grade. If any college the students take no regular position achievement test.A

r eral services were held Wed- Thursday, at 300 p.m. In had admitted them, they probably collage classes this semester. number of standard: achievement -

nesday. Among her survivorsare the chapel. would have flunked out. After Christmas, those who ( tests also were administered -

\ mother, Mrs. Caroline They are attending B-CC have sham themselves ready .

Knowles; one sister, Mrs. Alfred Walker, Jr., of 3295 under a new federal program, will be registered in afew The same tests will be givenat I

Cora Gray of Nassau;one brother NW 53 St., died Saturday, December sponsored by the U. S. Health freshmen classes In addition the end of the year, to see

; Richard Roberts; niece, 23. He is survived by Education and Welfare Dept. to a curtailed special program how each student has progres

Risa Knowles nephew Collino his mother Mrs. Eva Walker sed.
IJ ; designed to boost their .
.. two sisters Mesdames On September 1, 13 of these"freshmen"
Knowles. achievement In Just afew Some college credit can be
were reading at
Mrs. Fender 2406 Monica Benson and Rovena months to a level competitive the work
J Hopkins, earned for special ,
a sixth grade level or lower.
NW 43 St.,died Dec.24.Among Holmes. Funeral services will with other college freshmen. although students are warnedat
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be conducted SaturdayDec.30at Only six are at the level now,
survivors are three daughters The year long course the beginning of the programthat
after less than three months of
4 In the Temple Baptist
Mesdames, Annie Clovers p.m. stresses communicationskills they must count on spending work.

Grace Stewart Roberta Church. reading writing, five their de-
: years to get
On the other end of the scale
Bloom; six sons, Louis Hopkins speaking--for it Is the lack of grees. ,
of the 100 students
ALONZA SMITH Jr., Dean Grant,George,. Elder Zack Hlbbitt of 1621 these that pulls a student down The bootstrap project for only one
NW 53 St. died Saturday De- was reading at a college level
in
William, Ralph, Matthew. Re- every subject and makes salvaging college potential
Incline thine ear 0 Lord cember 23. He is survived by in September. Now there are
pose Wednesday, 5:00 p.m. in him unable to compete with Isn't new, although this Is its
unto our prayers, wherein we the chapel. Will be shipped to his wife, Maggie; two sisters, glibber students.It's first year at B-CC, the only 27 reading at the level of a

humbly pray thee to show thy Macon, Ga., Thursday 1:40 Mesdames Lena Alcorn and participating college in Florida. freshman or sophomore in

mercy upon the soul of thy p.m. for final rites. Wilett Garver. Funeral ser- not an easy course, 20 It was born seven years ago college.
servant, Alonza, whom thou vices will be conductedSaturday hours a week of classes in In the minds of a of Unfortunately, some of the
group
hast commanded to pass out of Mrs. Elsie Mae Jones, 2501 Dec. 30, at 1:00 p.m. in reading, writing, listening, church members from some class shouldn't be, ii a CHAP

the region of peace and light, NW 56th Terr., died Dec. 24. the Miracle Temple Church. speech, English grammar and of the northern churches which PROGRAM High achievers,

and bid him be a partaker with Among her survivors are one composition, and another five small southern col- perfecly capable of college

thy saints. Through Christ our daughter, Mrs Eug1na Elmore; Lincoln Poitier of 852 NW hours a week In mathematics.The sponsor leges. work, they found CEAP a good

Lord. Amen. two sons, James and Wayne 74th St., died Saturday, De- staff, which includes After a little more than way to get the college educa-

Don 11; two sisters Mes- cember 23. He is survived by a specialists in speech, English three of operation In tion they couldn't otherwise
years
The Family dames Celestine Brown, Vir- daughter Hazel; a son James; grammar and composition, three small,unaccredited col- afford. All CEAP Students are
ginia Hepburn; one brother, two nieces Elise Wesely and reading and counseling completely supported
,', leges in South Carolina, the
I Billie Hepburn; one aunt, Mrs. grace Smith; six grandchildren well as a fulltlme math teacher In school by the program.
program caught the eye of the
THANK YOU Earline Moss;two grandchildren ; six greatgrandchildren.Funeral provided by B-CC, conducts then nrwly created Office of Next year, a more careful :
and nieces. Funeral services services will be con- small classes in which almost selection will be made, program I''
The family of.the lattV Saturday in the chapel.RAHMINGS'. that can Improvea Economic Opportunity By I
anything Director
Harrell
ducted Saturday, December 30 goes then It had become a divisionof 0. V.
ANNDAMES'I 'at 1:30 p.m. InSt.JamesAME. student abilities or his confidence the Southern Assn. of Col- said, with a correlated effort I
MRS. RUTH in himself.In .
leges and Schools to find flnanclalaidln the reg-

4 ( Ray Cohens"of 1145 1/2 NW Worrlck Mack of 1365 NW speech classes, where Federal funds were made ular college system for the

acknowledges all the acts of 1 Ct., died Dec. 25:Tie is survived (62nd St., died rcently in the critical thinking, precise use available, and for the past able students for whom finances -

kindness of our many friends, 1 by one son Willie Ray; ,Jackson. Hospital. He Is survived of languagglogicandaccuracy three, and a half years, it has are the only barrier to

and neighbors of 51st Terr., two daughters Mrs. Dorothy by a wife, Pearlle; five are the skills stressed.stu- been known as the College higher education

69th St., 70th St., list St.,and Laster and Mrs. Bessie WisI I(daughters., wilma Phillips, I

71st Terr. for their sympathy I seman; nine grandchildren; a I(Callle Rolle Clottle Jones
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mother Mrs.AmandaCYBrien J]Mildred NEWS FROM IN AND AROUND THE
shown us in our hour of be- ; Ingraham, Dorothv BAHAMAS
reavement. Our thanks also to father, Ed.Cohens;one sister; I
the Ebenezer Methodist Mrs. Odell McMillian; one I and Jimmie Lee. ; two sisters, Twenty- persons, including Assistant i Teacher Govern- Produce Exchange,Nassau,
brother Arlester. Funeral natives of i the Baha- ment High School for out- and in his
Church, Rev.Aaron D. Hall the J j Mary Bogan and Josephine present post.
Ushers No. One, the Stewardess services will be held Saturday 1 j brother, Leneas. Funeral ser- (mas and others, were recipients standing service to the com- Charles W.Saunders,headmaster -
Dec. 30 2:00 in the I of the Queen's Honorson munity. Nassau
Boards One, Two, Three, p.m. chapel 1 vices were held Wednesday, Street Junior
all the fraternal organizations! Haakon Stuart a resident of J]Dec. 27 in the chapel. I November 29. The cere- Ellison A. Thompson, 36 School, fir outstanding ser-

the Range Funeral Home, for 2491 NW 151st st.,died Satur- monies were held at Govern- years of devoted and exemplary vices as principal of schools in

services rendered. day, Dec.23,at Park Way Gen- Ralph Wells of Nassau N.P. |;ment House, Nassau and two: service in the Min- a number of communities.

May God bless each of you. eral Hospital. His survivors died Sunday, Dec. 24. He Is i awards were presented by Sir istry of Works. Raymond Culmer, for 38

include one daughter Mrs. :i survived by his parents; one }Ralph Gray, Governor, the Cleveland H. Reeves, J. P., years of community service

The Family Cleo McCartney; one son, I,child; five brothers; four sis I Bahamas. in recognition of valuable and and as Local Constable at Savannah -

Naomi Newton, Catherine ]Hartman; five brothers, I|ters. Remains were shipped to Among those honored were: unselfish community service. Sound, Eleuthera.

Smith, Merle O'Brien, Mininie among them Rev. Harold V. ;Nassau Wednesday,December Senator the Hon. Donald B. Robert N. Bain, for many William Gibson, chief clerkof
Stuart pastor of St. Mary's WM McKinney, for 20 years of dis- years of Community service the
Dames, Ruth L. Jones, Sadie j ;27 for final rites.RICHARDSON. Magistrate's Court,for
Barry, daughters. Church; five sisters; seven tinguished public service as a and as Local Constable at Port 10 years of efficient service,

I grandchildren; and three!treat member of the Legislature. Nelson, Rum Cay. and for firm control and cheef-

grandchildren. Funeral services Cecil 'V. Bethel, B.A., for Clifford M. Darling, Colonel and for firm control and

were held Wednesday, 25 years of distinguished ser- Hill, Crooked Island, for out- cheerfulness under
CARD OF THANKS 1 Dec. 27, In'the chapel. Mrs. Saveletta Johnson of vice to the people of the Ba- standing leadership in his physical difficult
1445 NW 69th St., died Dec.21 hamas in secondary education. community. conditions.
in Jackson Hospital. She is Mrs. Muriel Granger, Sen-
FRANCISMrs. Dr. Jan L. S. Steeleperkins
Arlington J. Major, J. p.
ior
The family of the late husband Thad- Laboratory Technician
survived
a ,
Margaret Hines of 666 by for distinguished ser- Mortimer's, Long Island, for Ministry of Health
NW 13th St., died Dec. 23, at dous; three daughters, Mrs. vices In medicine and to the many years of outstanding for 25 of Nassau--
ROBERT TIMMONS Mrs. Maude years competent and
Hilda Ingraham, Bahamian
Jackson Memorial. Funeral community. leadership and service to the
cheerful
services were held Thursday, Mack and Mrs. Elizabeth Dillett H. Burrows, M.B.E., communities of the island. service at the Prin-
would like to thank the many Johnson two granddaughters vess Margaret Hospital.
; ; for 46 of devoted
Dec. 28, at 3OOp.m.St. Mat- years ser- Mrs. Phoebe Moxey, Mid-
friends for all acts of kindness and one g r a n d s o n.Services vice to the Bahama Islands wife Louis J. Isaacs, Sewerage
as
thew Baptist, Rev.J.B.Wood- Duncan Town, Ragged
shown them in their hours of will be conducted Thursday, teacher and commissioner. Island for Superintendent, Ministry of i
include
ley officiating. Survivors many years of
sorrow. Dec. 28 in St. Agnes Episco- Works, for 24 years of out-
two cousins, Mrs. Mary Capt. Ellis N. Curling, for faithful service.
Special thanks to the neigh- Frances Reed and Mrs.Clara pal Church, at 2:00 p.m. outstanding service and leadership Kirkland H. Russell, manager standing service.
bors of 68th Terrace.Ola Captian Anton L. Lockhart
Penn Arthur E.Albury KIng of 328 to the people of Ragged Product Dept., Ministry Master of the MV Air,Pheasant ,

George Cecil Dean of 2045 G. N. W. 14th St.,died Dec.22, Island. ofAgriculture and Fisheries, for
Timmons, wife NW 4th Ct., Apt. 19, died De- in Jackson Hospital.He is survived Jacob Jones, J. p., for outstanding for 33 years of diligent ser- ,and notable outstanding seamanship

cember 19, at Jackson HospitaL by a father, Joseph; one service and leader- vice as Local Constable at people of the service to the
Collie ship to the people of San Salvador Cherokee Sound Abaco Windward Islands -
Funeral services were sister, Mrs. Geraldine ; lathe -

IN MEMORIAM held Dec 27, St. Peters A. 0. ,one brother, Leroy; two .

4 Church. Survivors include six nephews, Carrington, Collie, Mrs. Kinnear Kessina,

I In loving memory of my son brothers, Cyril,.Will, Phillip, Berthar; one aunt Mrs. Sybil principal, Oakes Field School. SPECIAL *
and our brother Otis, Eric, and Earl; two sis- Mass; three uncles. Homer for 50 years of outstanding. ANNOUNCEMENT

I ters, Mrs. Viola Warfield and Richard, Jacob; a godmother, ly devoted and determined To fulfill|| MT wish for your Happy New Year, Effective
, ; Mrs. Vera Wilson. Funeral service to education la the Bahamas Jari.ory 2nd, the north
RUDOLPH BIVTNS Mrs. Cleomi Watkins. portion of Section Three Is
Mrs. Leola Jackson Shavers service will be conducted Sa- being opened for |immediate, need and pr..need saltl.

l' who departed this life Dec.25, I of 316 SW 4th Ave.Homesteaddied turday, Dec. 30, at 10:00 a.m., Joseph H. Major, J.P., for H. E. Wolthtr
44 SuperIntendent
1966. Dec. 21, ather home.Re- in St. Peters AO Church. years' outstanding serviceas
mains were shipped to In- a teacher, administrator EVERGREEN CEMETERY

: The Bivlns Family dlanola, Miss., Thursday Dec. May: Jesus have mercy on the ;and community leader. 3065 HW .cht Street T.I. HE 44242

11 28, for final rites. soul of Mrs. Anatol Rodgers M.A.,

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w, Exactly four minutes after a third man ordered cashier Sue Ave. and 183rd St. He called
Northwest supermarket was Bryant, 29, to open the cash for other units and at 10:30
robbed of $1,200 last Wednes- register.The a.m. be caught the car at NW
day morning, police headed off bandits then ran out of 2nd Ave. and 179th St.
a car and arrested four men the front door and Jumped intoa Three of the men were lying -
for armed robbery.Fortytwoyear waiting 1964 blue Chevelle. on the floor of the car,police -
-'' .W, old Philip Off-duty Juvenile'officer JohnP. said. Arrested were;
Fxrl Siniscalchi, assistant mana- Berdeaui was in the storeat Clarence Moore, 34, the
ger of the ASP supermarketat the same time. At 10:09 he driver, of 4491NW 22nd Court;
19601 NWSecond Aye,was ran to his radio-equipped car Rufus Leon Mingo, 20, of 2300
\I ,it / on duty in themanager's booth. outside and radioed the description NW 61st St.; David Gray, 19,
D ( a i ? r r when three men, two carrying of the car and the of 2762 NW 85th St.,and perry
pistols, entered the store at first three digits of the license Jons, 19, of 2390 NW 61st St.
la 10 a.m. Police said that two bags
tag.The
Two of the m entered his information was re- containing nearly $1,200 anda
111 J ty,tit J'' .1 booth and at gunpoint scoopedthe ceived almost immediately by goldwatcb stolen from
cash from an open'nafe in Deputy Larry L. Martin and Sanlscalchl were recovered
a paper MP bap, he sail The the car was spotted at NW 2nd from the car.

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Ralph BernardSeymour,21, <)ut with police. police said. The money was
of 5513SW22ndAve., West Seymour was accused of the recovered.
.lnbnwd- Hollywood, faced a homicide i'obbery- murder of Robert When a Hallandale policeman -,.
She charge Friday after the murI I Busker, at about 2 p.m. in the stopped a vehicle match-
.I Peeks at Chic Bontiques While Flying der of a Hallandale restaurant I parking lot of the Bank of ing the description of the get-
and tavern manager and shootI I Hallandale. away car, the Shootout occur-
Antonio Martin, (center) a in Los Angeles, serving of California extension red. Three men were in the
former sales executive aboard Jet Clipper flights courses. Weaving and couture Busker, manager of the auto and one, identified as Sey-
trainee with Joseph Magnin in from Los Angeles across the sewing are among her hobbies. NAACP TREASURER j Palms Amusement Park Restaurant mour, fired shots at the of-
San Francisco, is scouting the Pacific to Hawaii and the South During her five weeks' : and Bar, 747 Foster ficer.
world's boutiques firsthand Seas, and over the north polar training in Miami the new TO VISIT HERE ]Road, had apparently gone to The authorities have not re-
a panAmerican World Air route to London and Paris.InstruCtion stewardess shared luxury Alfred Baker Lewis treas- t the bank to withdraw approxi- leased the names of the other
ways stewardess.The is done in Englishbut hotel-type quarters and clas- urer of the National Associa-, I mately $5,600 for his payroll, men who were in the car.
petite Californian is a trainees must speak at ses with young women students tion for the Advancement of

recent graduate of the air- least one other language.The from all parts of the world. Colored People, leaves here ._. ...._........._--..............aM.11M...
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line's International The Pan Am college annually January 9th, the day after the
Stewardess College here in new stewardess is the awards wings to some 1,200 NAACP annual meeting,for an
Miami. Wearing new gold daughter of Mrs. Esther Cot- graduates, has a year-round entended southern trip, from \\\'IIfIftqrD,
wings on the horizon blue,Don trell, 1152 Palou Avenue, San enrollment of 125 to 150. Maryland to Mississippi.On I
Loper-designed uniform, she Francisco She graduated Left to right: KathleenHes- his tour, Mr. Lewis will SctoGREETiNGS
is flying off in all directions. from St. Vincent High School, Un, May Bride Wang, Antonio address local units of the As-
A pre-graduation training studied textile design at Cali- Martin, Susan Smith (Coral sociation inMaryland,Virginia p
flight took Miss Martin to Rio fornia College of Arts and Gables) Lita Fougner North and South Caro-
de Janeiro. Now she is based Crafts, later took University Johnson of Miami photo. lina, Florida, Georgia, Ala-

bama, Mississippi, and Ten-
nessee. Accompanied by Mrs.
Measures Lewis, he will spend most of Wt want to ritnd our sIncerest thanks: I
Mayor Urges Emergency the time in Florida. They will
to and their families for
return to New York, April 2, I our patron their

__ __ favor and kindnesses during tU .
K lKtlc t>< [S'1ntK'lnt' many past.Coleraan's
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to Protect Merchants and ResidentsThe I ,

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murder of three persons prompt action, Andres said. lieve the action was an apparent -
II in four days in the North- The violence started Friday attempt to commit rob-
west section caused Mayor night when Mrs.LydiaMo- bery. Maresca was taken to Gulf Service. Inc.R. .'
Stephen Clark on Tuesday to tycka, who came here from Jackson Memorial Hospital J I '
urge' police officials to take Chicago eight months ago,was where he died. His assailant, I '
emergency measures to protect shot fatally by a robber at a who fired two shots, escaped. C. Coleman, President .
merchants and residentsin store she operated with her I Mrs. Rachel Coleman, First Vice PresidentArthur
the area. husband at NW 2nd Avenue and Coleman, Second Vice President
Police Chief Walter Headley, 63rd Street. THE LEUKEMIA Lonnle Coleman, Secretary
in a conference with his top Jock Ling Joe was shot and John Arnold, Treasurer
command, promised that wounded by a 15-year-old boy SOCIETY STANDS
"very positive steps" will be Saturday night in his store at READY TO SERVE 5329 NW IT AVENUE 696-3161
taken to curb the violence.. 1523 NW 3rd Ave.He died later 379-8631
Leukemia victims of all 1628 NW 3 AVENUE
Clark held a conference with at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Assistant City Manager Paul One of the four youths involvedwas ages! The Leukemia Societyof 216 NW 5 STREET 3190118MujaMBj
Andrews in the absence of reported arrested by the America, Dade County Mfc aamM d
Manager Melvin Reese,who is police._ Chapter .can provide drugs
on a holiday. Clark expressed Joseph Maresca, 78, a and blood without charge .
can help defray charges of lab piaclancrrac aceat ctaacf mpsacf K c csagsaclsat xsvatt dsacmw
deep concern and asked Andrews Cuban was slain while takinga
and transfusing
to confer with Headley. walk Christmas Eve near NW procedures -
Headley assured him of 31st St., and 7 Ave.Police be- charges! ...The Leukemia
Society's patient aid programis
available to all Leukemia + _. v
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18 MIAMI TIMES 29 1967
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ST. JOHN AME : \' \ ,'. ,.
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i Rev. W. A, Curry, pastor \ 'f .

Watch night service will begin \I.<,.If I',.tlfA":,7.'".'I"\
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t t e Sunday, at 10:30 p.m. The ;\h,1'II.t".J.: 'f, :Hrt I.'' 4
pastor will deliver a special "

sermon, the combined choirs --
will render music. t'
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Sunday morning the Mis- -

sionary Society will be in A i ul '
ti; charge of service, Mrs.Naomi

NL L Holton, of Martin Memorial
I AME will be the morning
speaker. ,;y dI

Tuesday regular class I :
meeting, at 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday choir rehearsal.

Friday, Sunday School
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ST. JAMES AME

nu in IflurrIurha
Rev F. E. Sneed, pastor

Joseph Marshall,reporter
Sunday night December-
TEMPLE CHRIST EPISCOPAL COMING TO ites will make their final re-

1 i Christmas services were STATION WSRF port. Don't forget to pay your One of Greater Miami's outstanding bankers,

} "very inspiring. The singing Fr. Theodore Gibson, rector pledges to the building fund. Leonard Abess, left, chairman of the Board of the City
Antoinette Silva,reporter Sunday, December 31,and Before the New Year beginsI National
groups were at their best Sunday Bank, receives the "Lamplighter's" plaque
night. The young people'sprogram During the week before every Sunday thereafter. Lis- would like to announce our from Rev Edward T. Graham, chairman of the Board of
r was quite Inter- 'Christmas on Sunday, Tuest t ten to Christian Hope on radio I new assistant pastor, Rev. R. Trustees of Florida Memorial College.
day' night,and Wednesday night station WSRFAM, Ft. Lauderdale I Hastie. Our present assistant
esting, thanks to the efforts of The plaque i if grated to contributors of over $1000to
the St. Teresa's Guild, EYC, 1580 KC on the dail at I pastor, Rev. D. Williams now
Mrs. A. Clark, Mrs. V. ] the under
college .
new now construction.ST.
Strachan, and Mrs. B. Bryant. j and St. Margret's Guild had i 8:05: a.m. Sundays. I has his own church.We all give
their annual Christmas Christian Hope is the only I him our greatest blessings,
> Welcome to our college stu- parties. There was an exchanging 1 Negro fundamental Christian ;and wish him the best of luck LUKE AME GREATER ST. LUKE
dents who home for the
came ]
of gifts in each of them the Rev. Luther J. Lee,pastor
holidays. Among are
Worship for December 31
them.The rector and Mrs.Glb- < the nation ,
Misses Claudia and Christine ST. PAUL. AME The young people will have
son were the guest of honor. Originating from the studiosof will be as follows: Sunday
Hepburn, daughters of Deacon Congratulations to Mr. and < Christian Hope, 932 West Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor j their Christmas program Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Morning
at
and M r s. R. Hepburn; Mose Williams 1 St. Mary Rawls reporter evening 4:00 p.m. Our worship, 11:00 a.m. Evening
Mrs. Leo the proud Edgley Philadelphia, pa. J New Year's service will begin
Harris, Leonard Duncansonand parents of twin boys. 19122. Founded and directedby Our services for Sunday, worship, 6:30: p.m.Watch night
Ed attended j it 1000;; p.m. Sunday night.We
Smith.
They Get well wishes to Mrs. Rev. Theodore J.Floyd, I Dec. 31, 11:00 a.m. and the service 10:45 p.m. Coffee and
all members
services on Sunday morning. Louise Major and Mr.WilliamS 1 formerly of Miami and now of 4 evening service will begin at ;ire friends as king to out and and breakfast will be served im-

Watch Night services will. Sturrup. ]Philadelphia, pastor of Matt : p.m. The pastor is asking with come worship mediately following. Everyoneis

begin at 8:30 p.m., with one Midnight Mass on New 'thew Anderson Bible Presbyterian j all members to please at- The us. Elder will be cordially invited to attend
presiding
hour of prayers and testimonies. Year's Eve will be held at Church Philadelphia, t tend.: 1 with and worship with us.
us Sunday morning. All
10:30. :Pa. Remember the sick and Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor,Sis-
I Boards asked to make
are their
The pastor and family wish To all of my readers I wish shut-Ins. ter Eula McNeal Reporter.
J report.
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to thank the members
many you a happy New Year.
S and friends for Christmas NEW MT. MORIAH

cards and a variety of gifts.
; The same also goes for the CHRISTIANFELLOWSHIP Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor t1iP 11fla1Y of Jlfait

auxiliaries of the church. Sister E.Souter,reporter
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Nixon 11:00: a.m. There will be no
DRAKE MEMORIAL Mary reporterThe o ;11' 3iwribeH
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evening services, but our I <
newly organized
watch night services will be- ms CCD("
Rev Janus W, Dunn, pastor "Christian Fellow- in t thr .. .. ; '
; All members and friends ship" under the leadership of |ginat 9:00 p.m. The public is GiCG[Mj(2'OOIt\b, ",'

please attend our Watch Night Rev. p. S. Brown, is making invited. @C'I1illG[ : \Jrrluting rmory
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service on Sunday night. We i rapid progress. In the Sunday Our monthly conferenceJan. fiT of $Ittn
4 at 7:30 t
i morning service. p.m.
with
will begin at 9:30: p.m. an
.). old fashion prayer service. The Sunday School Christ- Joint rehearsal choirs 1 and lji i. 'Rerprr.Iorida's .
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.and 2 Jan. 2 at --
7:30
!ti. We wish to thank our many >mas program was well attended p.m. [ ,N'Wtlt
friends for the kindness shownto < and enjoyed by all Substan- Our church anniversaryJan. <

us during this year. You
: have helped the members to ') make many of their dreams a
1 reality. We ask your support Thanks to everyone who has I to be present Sunday morning.

for this coming year as we 'made and wish to make pledges Remember the sick and INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT

march up the king's highway. '.to help build our church. Services shut-Ins in your prayers. THE "CHURCH BUILDS FOR YOUTH"

.. All Scouts and Cubs please are now temporarily be- listed and who datein
(Following are the names Churches Pastors are upto
:ing held at the
remember meeting on community cen
your NEW PROVIDENCE their pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
Friday, at 6:30 p.m. Parents Building Fund.)
\ please continue to send your 'tend. Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor h
\ boys. Sister Josephine Love, Arsula Edwards, reporterOur TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L. A. Thompson
S Don't forget to visit the sick Superintendent' of the Sunday watch night service will MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCHMiami)Rev.I, C. Miektns

and shut-ins. School, would be delighted to 1 begin Sunday at 9:00p.m. SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) REV. P. J. CurryST.
]have the parents and children ]Everyone is cordially invited. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams
4 in the project to come out with The combined choirs will render FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunch park) Rev. W. J. Macon
ST. MARY'SW. M. i the group and take a part In I the song service. Consecration FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Piney Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford

Out watch night services the lessons being taught. hour of prayer will MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. T. Graham. "

will be as follows, Testimonial 1 be held Sunday morning, at 5 MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH(Miami)Rev.C. 0,Albury
meeting from730to 10:00 GREATER BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Richmond Heights)

I with Rev. E. Young and Rev.G. a.m.Prayer meeting each Tuesday NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH(Hollywood)) Rev.H. VW.Wright _
'I Hunter, preaching. Regular NEWMACEDONIARev. night 7:30 p.m. GREATER NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W, K. Smith

service will begin at 10:00: with ] Roscoe Jackson, pastor BTU each Sunday, at 5:30 NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. J. Burney

'. preaching by our pastor.Joint Willie Beard, reporter I p.m., please attend. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
choirs and Joint ushers will Continue in prayer for our FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Key Largo) Rev. R. Colvin

serve during this service.We The pastor, officers, and :sick, shut-ins and those who SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff I
were happy to have the 'members will begin their :are bereaved.In MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orando) Rev. N. G. Staggers

;\ entire Troutman family watch night services Sunday, your prayers rememberthe PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH(Jacksonville) Rev J.Johnson (
.' worship with us on Christmas at 9:00 p.m. 1 boys In service. ABYSCN1A BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. Wyn (
4 Eve and all other visitors. Sunday School will begin at ST. MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A, L. Shipp

Our sympathy goes to our ;930 a.m., Morning services NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. % Williams
pastor and family in the death Women's Auxiliary in charge. GRACEPRESBYTERIAN NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. G.W. Phillips J

. of his brother Haaurk Stuart. (Our Baptist Training Union ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. Freeman (

.' Our thanks to all parents of will begin at 4:00 p.m.and our Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach)Rev.J W. Taylor (

our Sunday School for makingOur watch night services will begin This Sunday evening, at ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH(Jacksonville) Rev. E, R.Simpson

Christmas play sue- 'at 9:00 p.m.Please 10:30 p.m., we will have a can- SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. A. B. Coleman \\
cess. note, no evening ser- (dle-light watch night service. S. MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH(Oak Hill)Rev.E. L. MJrick t:

Let us not forget to pray for vices will be held until 9:00 (Come and worship on the last EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. S, L. Badger c

all our sick and shut-ins. >p.m. Sunday night. Lord's Day of this and ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev. C. S. Felder
year, 1 p
We, the pastor, officers and |have a Happy New Yearl MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev. J. R. Smith
, members extend to a 11 our BETHLEHEM BPATIST CHURCH (Sarasita) Rev.A.H. Howell '. n p,
JORDAN GROVE many visitors, friends, sister MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. pierce)Rev.. Cliffen'n

I(churches a most prosperous, OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev. H, J. Clark
Rev. A. J. King, acting pastor ]New Year. CENTRAL BAPTIST ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURC H(Badwin)Rev H. L. Baker
Eddie Gilbert,reporter The Ushers' Mt, ZION PROGRESSIVE
FederationAs- BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev. J. D Johnson
New Year's service will begin :}sociation of Watch meeting will begin at NEW HOPE '
.. Miami will meet BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J. L. Fennell
at 9 p.m. Sunday.The pub- wulth the ushers of Macedonia i!9:30 p.m. on Sunday. Brother NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin

lie Is invited. Let us not forget j for their monthly union meetIng I'Robert Ingraham, Associate SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg)Re. E.D, Davis
,to make the New Year's resolution j the third Sunday in JanI I'minister, Gethsemane Bap- The above list the
for 1968.Let us keep the uary.! 1 tist Churchwillbringthemes- covers State of FlorIda

ones we made in 1967 also. The fourth Sunday in January 'sage. Come open the night with FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE (now under construction at

Let us contlue to pray for we will observe our second 'us. NW '156th St. & LeJeune Rd.)
the sick destitute. homecoming all day Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor


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J. McCrary, Jr., watching people, and have *
Florida Assistant Attorney j stuck out like a sore thumb all *
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.4 1 General, told a group of lawyers day" .5
/ attending a conference Declared Mr. McCrary, "Ihave
t Monday at the McAllister I yet to see a man with a
CLARA BROWNE Hotel, "Give a man a Job opportunity :$20,000 mortgage rioting"
and you remove the McCrary laid much of the
A. L. SOCIAL CIVIC opportunity for crime.; 1 blame for widespread lack of
CLUB QUEENThe McCrary was the only Negro J respect ,for police and law on
at the Dade County Bar Ast t corrupt and dishonest law en-
Eastern Airlines Social sociation's day-long crime j forcement structure.
Civic Club selected its 17th control conference.Said Then he said, "Every day
queen on Sunday, Nov. 26, at McCrary, "We are not'are see corrupt Judges,corrupt
Bonded Rental Agency, at 4:00 talking solely about peace ]policemen, corrupt prosecutors -
p.m. Miss Clara Brown, a na- demonstrators. We are talkj j It's highly unreasonabletp -. r...,_______ __'
ing about the Negro minoritywho I expect respect for law.' ."
tive of Georgia, now residingin Several I aged and needy families enjoyed Christmas this because of the
Liberty City and a member takes to the street in riot- Continued Mr. McCrary, year
of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, ing. "AU riots start because of actual Mary Arline Chapter No. 99, 0. E. S. This organization prepared and distributed
Rev. Bradley, pastor, was Continued McCrary, j or alleged police brutal- Christmas baskets to these families in keeping with the Christmas spirit. Apprecia.
selected as queen. At Mi. "Whenever I see a rioter,po- I ity, and 50 per cent of the time tion Is extended to all who donated for this worthy cause.
I the Members of the Mary Arline Chapter No.. 99 O.E.S. Emma Jones financial
Carmel, Miss Brown is very tential or otherwise,a man police are innocent. But are ,
active, and is a member of the whom nobody cares if he livesor I ghetto people look at the polices secretary; Christine Howell, Martha; Katie Parish, recording secretary; Christine
No. Two Choir. dies,I say to myself:'There : a kind of oppressor, and Bradshaw, W. M.; Marvin McIntyre, W. P.; Mary James, 4. M. and Mary Arline, G.M.,
Due to the Eastern Airlineslate but for the grace of God go P many times police have taken state of Fla./ I.F.A.M.M.
last minute allocation of McCrary: told the lawyers i advantage of the oppressed.

finances to sponsor our float, what he had seen in the Cen-
we were not able to aprticipate tral Negro District, onSecond I
in the Classic Parade. We Avenue. Said he, "I went on Dade To Plan Recreation Early for Cool, Summer

felt the public was due an e x:Second Avenue,with my tie off, .

planation. We hope to participate with a ragged shirt and dirty Local officials were notifi- the effort,:' the Vice Presi- federal government released carry it out.
in the next Orange Blos- pants today. I satinapool- ed by Vice President Hubert dent said. about $500,000.The The federal government will
som Classic Parade with our room, talking to the kind of Humphrey Wednesday that Explaining that the federal; person appointed by help local efforts, Humphrey
float. people who live there. I asked limited federal funds will be government was recognizingthe Dade would be responsible said, by "securing the com-
This year was not as profit- one of the.,Would you really available for Dade to plan ways need for early planning to coordinating the planning and mitment of prominent busi-
able to us as In previous years, riot.? of keeping next summer cool. help youths in poverty areas execution of summer youth ness leaders in mounting ef-
however, we do appreciate "You bet I would.can't get "One of the things all of us next summer, Aileen Lotz, a programs of work, recreationand fective Job programs in industry -
your participation at our an- a Job, nobody wants to hire me. learned from last summer's top aide to County Manager learning, Humphrey said. backed up by national promotion
nual tea, our anniversary and I can't get in a school. What experience (nationally) was Porter Homer,called the tele- He asked that the individualbe through the Presi-
our dance. ."can I do1Asked that effective planning and gram "highly significant." named by Jan. 8 sohe could dent's Council on Youth Op
As a result of our Civic Pro- McCrary,"Are thoseof management was the key to Dade's last summer prob- attend a conference in Wash- portunity."We .
ject, we were able to contri- us who have tasted oppor- successful programs," Hum- lems came about because of ington Jan. 29-31. also are formalizing
bute to the Late Avon Billing- tunity not responsible to help phrey said In a telegram to Inadequate time to prepare a It was essential that a work plans for the use of military
ton's Fund, $100 and Variety this man in the ghetto?' Metro Mayor Chuck Hall. program and because federal able plan be developed involving facilities and are addressing
Children's Hospital, $100. We The Negro Assistant Attor- "Because the President funds were late In coming. the "full spectrum" of local ourselves to the educational -.
also made a contribution to a ney General was speaking on a I feel so strongly about this Dade's program began on a resources, he said. Once community in terms of sum-
Mr. Mack Stewart and family panel formed to discuss crime matter, we secured planning crash basis'In target areas. this plan Is preparedDade mer use of Idle facilities for
Opa-locka and Christmas control and civil disorders. money to assist you in assignIng this year on June 27 after the will apply for federal.l funds to Inter-city youth."
gifts were given to the Dade Said he, "I have been sitting a full-time senior mem-
County Children's home of here all day,bear ing speakers. ber of your administration -- _._

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Christmas organization hopes was merry that your and HUD To Help' Job Corps .

wishes you a Happy New Year. .- 1'-- Ht- :
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Albertha Franklin, recording Unemployed Youthcenters.
secretary; Willie G. Franklin,

Lynch financial, treasurer secretary; Mrs.; William Mary The Department of Housingand Give the Gift They Will

business and Urban Development will Elder Gunter, HUD Assis-
Gaines
manager
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assist the Job Corps in recruiting tant for Housing Assistance -
Secretary
Year
Mrs. L e s s I e Lynch is chap- Remember 52 Wee Irs a
lain. young men and women has advised regional
.16 through 21 years old for its officials to work with Job
educational and work-training Corps field representatives to First Subscription $5.00
develop plans for the recruit-

ing effort. Each Additional $3.50All
Half-Way House Mr. Gunter, In a circular
the HUD regional offices,said new and gift subscriptions to The Miami Times are $5.00

the inter-agencydiscussions for the first subicr?fCon and $3.50 for each additional.
per year
selection of
will result in the
Concept To Be Tested the specific local housing au Through December 31 .

thority's concern and effortsto 1" : '. y \'
The County Commission p. minimum of rules and regula- provide young people with J'ftJ"" )' ,. -. ; ..J"I ..
proved last week the temporary -. tionsforthe children and w 0 r k-training opportunities J, ,.\i;
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vices will test the feasibility r perience and ability. The After a decision is reached :. '. ",. u .. ..J,k" -
of the "Half-WayHouse"concep children will utilize regular on a communities In which recruiting Send to. m : Send to... .
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which will be funded an d I some special assistance from out the details of the local program ,.. /,;,, ."' ;!, s tt./ ..
supervised by the Kendal:[ visiting teachers and counselors. with local Job Corps ". '. > .-,' '.,:4.. .. ..,
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ment. at the state level have nearest screening office, or Address. .
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applicants to the Job Corps.

Job Corps, a program of the City a*, ..
Office of Economic Opportunity :

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, BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL ..1 f .c... '. Otis Redding,the "Memphis Sound/' is dead at the age of 26.

1967 A VERY GOOD YEAR-Sidney Poit i e r' s three big The popular vocalist, four

Movie hits, "H eat of the Night,' "To Sir with Love," and : members of the Bar-Kays instrumental -

"Guess who's coming todinner," made him the top draw and '(.;,f. ': group, Redding'spilot
;; 'j,'" and the valet perished Sunday -
money maker of the year "Valley of the Dolls' and Bar- I -
December 10) when Redding's -
bara Parkins, a must seel.! ,, N. Y. C. Narcotics Bureau De- crjJ'Y" :: (
Jet plane crashed
tectives Raymond R. Imp, Charles W. Kelly and Marvin M. t ;, private Wisconsin 4
In Lake Monona,
Moscowitz, along with a Fed era I Narcotic Bureau Agent and :
: "" while attempting to land at the
federal nbed and arrested
two former men in the biggest 'iti
Madison Airport.
roundup in years of suspected rogue cops. They all were recently i(' According, to FAA spokesman

hired to head up a Nassau County,NYC anti-dope drive,
of Madison' the
Robert
but got involved in a billion dollar dope ring NYC's 100-, King

000 drug addicts steal $10 million worth of property every day plane was making its second
attempt to land at the airport dM4
to support their habit according to the Joint Legislative Com- ,
when it crashed into the lake'sicy
mittee on Penal Institution. The question? ? ? Negro Gos-
6'1EIl.d waters. Because of wea-
pel singer Kenner W, Johnson, 28, of Harlem, arrested as he ther conditions (a light foe: and
off at New Orlean International
stepped a plane Airport car-
drizzle), and all instrument landing was in process when the
rying a Bible in one hand and a suitcase in the other. In the
crash occured at 3:27 P.M.C.S.T. Search parties tried unsuccessfully -
$100.000 worth of heroin. Within 24 hours the
suitcase, was .
of the victums until
to recover the bodies seven
under-world posted$50,000 bail to free him. This was "'.. ur
they were forced to give up the hunt after three hours be- ,...
Friday Dec. 8 .. Johnson left New Orleans for New York that
Modeling their newly-designed dacron-and-cotton cause of darkness.One .
night, a week later he was found dead in an empty lot, a mob
uniforms are Johnnie Snow Sr. Mae Andrews and Bea-
(Gangland) killing. The victim chasing the hunter The trice Jackson, housekeeping, custodians at Variety member of the Bar-Kays Ben Culley, 18, survived the
took over (during 1967)) Greenwich Village East. .
Hippies Children's Hospital. Ladies and crash and Is hospitalized In fair condition. Dead are group
The Hippies ( a few million filthy looking middle-class kids) wear mint-green, men 18 Ronnie Caldwell 19 Jimmy King
wear dark green slacks and white, sport style shirts. members phalon Joes, ; ; ,
mostly whiterebellingagainsttheir deceitful and cheating parents 18 and Carol Cunningham, 18, all from Memphis Tennessee.
The cool I. '00 Ie Ing outfits are one of the many ,
They want Soul. They were en route to Madison from Cleveland for an engage-
changes taking place at Variety. Employees hove
REVIEW OF 67- Earl Wells, Mays high school principal, received ment. Another member of the group,James Alexander 18, was
two Increases in 1967 biggest in the hos-
giving praise to the South Florida De-segregation committee pital's history.pay on a different flight.The Integrated group recently scored suc-

from the University of Miami said,he felt that the Dade County cessfully with their Volt recording"Soulfinger," their first

School Board and its community will go a long way toward ap- record, and had traveled extensively with Redding this summer -

plying a formula that could be useful across the county in the Redding's pilot, Richard Frazier, and his valet, Matthew

integration of public schools. Columnist Stanley(Miami) NAACP Blasts Sales Kelly, 17, both like Redding, from Macon,Georgia,were also

Sweeting, "One man newspaper reporter,' promoted to Miami killed.

Times "Theatrical Editor ." .Jimmy Murray(Carol City) Just three months ago, a poll conducted by Great Britian's

has eyes for Mary Helen Gardiner, (attending; Barry College) Melody Maker Magazine had selected Otis Redding as the
Tax RecommendationSt.
Millie Culmer's niece Two June'67 gradsof Miami-Dade world's number one male vocalist.Redding had dethroned Elvis

Jr. College. Athalie Range, elected Miami's City Com Presley, who had help the top postilion since 1956, to win the

mission with highest amount of votes in city Government.' Petersburg-The NAACP should have been placed on title. He was the only Negro on the poll, having come up from

Maybe Miami's first Negro Mayor .Carl B. Stokes became Florida State Conference of a new and more equitable tax seventh place on last year's survey.

boss (First black mayor) of Cleveland, Ohio. PresidentL. structure. The sale tax Is already -
Branches has blasted the Gov Included A Little ten-
His best known Volt recordings "Try
B. Johnson made his first all-out, win-the-election campaign overworked and it is ul-
ernor's Commission on Qual- Of Mine Been
"I've
in Bal Harbour, Fla., Dec. 12. William J. Sturrip, tra-discriminatory in that it derness, "Satisfaction, "These Arms ,
ity Education for recommending and the latter written by
You Too "Respect
Loving Long ,
parade marshal of the Orange Blossom Classic did a wonderful unduly plague the consumer
a sales tax Increase to support ) and by Aretha Franklin.
Job John Gibson (my old buddy) led fight for city em- Marvin overtaxes the poor.He Redding, recently again popularized
education needs.
ployes of Miami Beach. History fan made In 67-Negro, said the sales tax Is.the worst Redding was recently represented on the nation's best selling
Davies, State Field Director record charts by his hit version of"Tramp/1 sung In a duet
Thurgood Marshall was appointed as first Negro to the Su- and most inequitable form of
said the f inancial emphasis
with his Stax/Volt labelmate Carla Thomas.
preme court by President Johnson. taxation there Is in that It puts

the largest burden those Only last week, Redding received and accepted a personal

.- I <,-" M'H .' least able to pay. The Florida Invitation from Vice-president Hubert H. Humphrey to head a

'Carver'I NAACP strongly advocate troupe of Stax/Volt "Memphis Sound"recording artists to en-

a "fair-share" tax- a tax tertain our troops in Vietnam this spring This would have been

which would fairly place the the first group of "soul" music exponents to visit Vietnam.

Ranches Income In the
heavier taxes on
The social conscience of Otis Redding was reflected i in>> the
with
brackets
highest coupled fact that he and the other stax-Volt recording artists dor ated
for families earn-
exemptions
News annually their talents to create the 1967"Stay InSchool" campaigi.' album -
less than $3,000 -
ings united States Department of Labor. Vice-PI si-
for the
Walter Bowe| that
and
$ By People Industry
.1 dent Humphrey wrote the liner notes for the album, designedto
r I have the ability to pay should to continue with their education. Eai Her,
,!%e ,! : Ranches Fire Is not in convince teenagers
The Carver more. This only
--' '--L .." .; pay U. S. Senator Howard H. Baker, Jr. of Tennessee had auior-: :
Dept. of West Hollywood,car- keeping with our Christian
CHUCK ARETHA notes for the Stax/Volt "King and Queen" a mum
SAM & DAVE ed the liner
to the
he
ried toys and clothes ethic but is fair and Just,
GUYS AND GALS TALL TALES AND THINGS- Aundrella needy children on ChristmasEve. noted. The NAACP statementsaid which teamed Otis with Carla Thomas.

Bunyan (daughter of Eddie Bunyan,Jr.)well educated and very Many of the parents were the economic backbone of Redding was undeniably the hit of the recent Montere- pop

pretty The predominantly Negro Florida Memorial Col- happy and sent many thanksto the state tax structure can no Festival, and be,along with the Bar-Kays,were the only "soul*'

lege already under construction in Miami... Will be utmost this organization. Walter longer be supported by the music performers to appear at Expo'67.lIehad Just returned

beautiful Aretha Franklin, number one female (Respectand Blatch. president. consumer. Florida industry tothe road after undergoing and recuperating from minor i

Look at Yourself) Surprise hit 67 Chuck Jackson and The VFW Post No. 8195 and such as citrus,timber, throat surgery at his home.

Maxine Brown (doing a Sam and Dave) with "Hold On;* Charmettes ClubofHallandaleand and phosphate must face a severance outside of Macon when he
His 300 arce"Big 0" ranch ,
Wayne Thompson (son of pretty Emily Thompson) started his Carver Ranches,are hold- or corporate fair cattle and which featured 150,00 al-
winning
last year at the University of Miami in 67 -- grats in June 68 ing their New Year's Party at share tax if the state'seduca- raised prize v ted
it recently
lon "O" shaped pool was a showplace. was
Abner Haynes (formerly with Dallas, and Denver) great the Post home Sunday,Dec. tional gap, an estimated $400 BBC-TV film crew and this summer was te scene a

offensive back obtained by the Dolphins, "a sure bet 67. 31, from 10 p.m until New million a year, Is to be closed. by gigantic a Bar-B-Q when he, hosted the delegates to the N> ,TA

Fashionetters Models Barbara Alexander, Shirley Burkes, Years morning. There will be
National Association of Radio and Television Announcers)
Carolyn Smith and Liz Presley very pretty O'Neal Campbell, plenty of food and also music. (Convention. Redding earned more than $600,000 so far this

111' foxes. Folia Boyd Commander, The poor and consumers are from public appearances alone His recent summer four

PEOPLE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE Sam and Dave tri- Walter A. Bowe, QuarterMaster tired of paying more and more year set new earnings records for a touring revue doing ne- ,

bute (last Wednesday) The Clyde Killens and Bo Anderson taxes so others can get a free the country.
affair. Mayor Clark's, Key to the City."The Four Sounds and Lanier Junior High Yellow ride. nighters across

pretty Kim TollVer, songstress The Knight Beat Party, jackets will start its 1968 bas- San Francisco Chronicle columnist Ralph J. Gleason(who

a blast. Women's Day at Mt. Pisgah S. D. A. Church, (Dec. ketball season with McNicols wrote the liner notes for the last album by Otis to be released, ,

30-31)), 3250 NW 214th Street Carol City (Opa-locka) Saturday Junior High, at South Broward Davies stated that the time titled ironically The History of Otis Redding' )recently jointed -

and Sunday, 11:00 a.m.Sunday 3:00p.m.Sponsors Mrs. High In Hollywood, Jan. 2. has long past when Negro citizens out in an art i c I e In Rolling Stone that Otis sold more records -

Pauline Tarpely and Mrs. Martha Holston... Mrs. Ruth Mc- Bowe's Barber Shop and will sit idly by and allow In a year than Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin comb ned.

Duff, 215 NW 9th Street, Is home recovering from an operation Eleanor's Beauty Salon staff these tax inequities tobe heap- Otis was to appear in San Francisco beginning on Christ mas
ber big ed on them. W e will oppose at which time Gleason to produce a telev ,.'sion
at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Visiting with son wish all relatives and friendsa Day, planned '
Jessie Walker and mother, Mrs. Irene Bradley. Leroy Wal- Happy'New' Year. any Increase In the sales tax special on Otis to be released to the 180 member sta ''ons of
until all of the "sacred cow"
ker sending regards. Scoop Bethel, saying, see you. exemptions are removed. the National Education Television network.

BLESSINGS In August, while in Chicago for the Chicago Daily Defer' r's

BLESSINGS BLESSINGS Billiken Day Parade, in which Otis and. Carla Thomas ere

PROPHECYThe crowned as the King and Queen of the- Memphis Sound, Hiding

A GIFT OF talked with the Defender's bavi- Potter who ask.tis
whore In the world
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Macon,- Georgia. It Is "Any about his goals. Otis replied: "I v ,!lIt to become two {s.
man born with the gift, you want to go"
conditions questions First I want to become an internatio.:. recording and pn ming -
through God that I can remove all evil some you may nckers
need ? Is my sickness natural? Can my husband COSTNO star. Then, I would like to fill U I' t dent vacuum t.VaS
wish to know Do you money
drinking? Can my wife stop drinking? Can my loved ones be returned MORE 11PIGfWiN"r created when Sam Cooke died."
stop of Less than a month after that intel view came the new'the
God. Because
) but I lOIn only a servant
? They call me the (Rootman ,
of all modern Melody Maker poll.
God Is the answer To all life's problems. I am iheklng
profits. Send for special selected Bible verses. To be reader special days. reAY BUQE4U And today, only four short months later, Otis !.'; 'lead.

Send self oddressed my stomped envelope and $2.00 for Bible verses and spiri- His last single recording was titled "Shake."

tual You will receive Wble verses by return mail. Send to: "Your Neighborhood Trov.t It was written by Sam Cooke,who also died tragically at the
.
message.
Agent. peak of his career. t

And la one of those odd strokes of fate, "Shake" had been
ROOSEVELT FRANKLIN A. near to you a* your
REV. telephone. Give u. a call. Cooke's last record also.

AVENUE MACON, GEORGIA 31201I We deliver. 1104 NW 3rd Otis Redding Is survived by his widow; Zelma, and three
630 MORROW Av. PR 98451. Choi. C. and the Carla the name-
Code 912-74W475 children, Otis, Jr., Dexter, youngest, ,
I Specialize! in All Cos. Work PHONE: Area North, Manager. sake of Carla Thomas, the Queen with whom he shared his all

too brief reign over the world of "Soul" music.



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I bADE COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYI I



During the Civil War, about
ACCOUNTANTS LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTS 200,000 Negroes enlisted
S. L. McNEAL EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNG E the Union Army and 30,000 in 2 Locations to Serve You!
4400 NW 7th E.
Bookkeeping( & Tax Service Av.nu.Earl 0. CULMER the Navy. Another quarter of
Edwards, Prop. Public
1730 NW 57th Street Accountant
a million Negro men and wo-
691.2114 Income Tax
SHADDIE'S TAVERN' Notary men labored for that Army and
SHOPS 6800 NW 15th Avenue Phone 633.3735 Navy as teamsters, nurses,
BARBER
Live Entertainment W..kndi, 5264NW24th Avenue
cooks, fortification buildersand Paradise
BASSMAN BARBER SHOP Dugie's ,
6580 NW 22nd Avenue RECORD SHOPS pioneers, while many
REAL ESTATE
John Hosklns, Jr., Prop. UNITED more served as guides, spies
CARLTON RECORD CENTER 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396
REALTY 6265 NW 7th Avenue and scouts.
1262 NW 32nd Street
DRESS SHOPS 635.3177 Latest Hit Records & LPs AND
SAVE UP TO 40 .

5843 PATRICIA'S NW 17th Avenue INC. LIFE REALTY UPHOLSTERY ON Guest House
696-3515 4932 NW 7th AvenuePL AL'S UPHOLSTERY Dugies
9.4371 5509 NW 7th Avenue Auto Insurance *
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS "s. our ad on page 22" 759.8907 2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851
6112 NW 7th Avenue LIability PhysicalDamagt
Martin W. Smith AFROBAHAMIANIMPORTEX
BROWN REALTY'
FUNERAL HOMES 4740 NW 754-0655 7th Avenue ,, 871 NW 7th FORT St. Box CORP.1119 SR 22 FilingNo There are no better rooms on earth, than the

Hallandale, Fla.l One Refused rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
it RAHMINGS EVERGREEN
4 MORTUARY Phones 927M927 GOOD DRIVERSNo Seeing is believing. The accommodationsyou'll
1744 NW 3rd Avenue Percy Hepburn
371.8343 SHOE REPAIR Finance little Chargeat receive, you will find only in this
JOHNSON & SONS as brother.
RANGE FUNERAL HOME SHOE SHOP
'15% DOWN
5770 NW 17th Avenue 6570 NW 15th Avenue INCOME TAX SERVICE
691.4343 691.9850 Dade Federal Bldg. AT SHELL'S CITY Jamaica Dug!., Always a Friend.

ANKER-MILTON CLEANERS LAUNDRY 5800 NW 7th Ave. Suite 214 (South Door)
6701 NW 15th Avenue Book..pingAccounting
691.9151 TERRY'S CLEANERS Ph. 751.7943- PLAZA INSURANCE For Immediate
Service
1 Repairs and Alterations AGENCY
LAUNDRY & 4653 NW 32nd Avenue
CLEANING Phonet 634.9257 START WORK TODAY! Phone:754-4951 WilliamsNorthwestern
5941 NW 7th AvenueS
EMPLOYMENTBURLANG A Public Service Over
TAILORS Lil ICLE'ANERS' 20 Years
1 Day Service Alterations CabsRADIO
4842 NW 27th Avenue EMPLOYMENT Live in Maids
Phonet634.9251DE Local & Out of Town Cooks Bus Boye peiih :S
502 NW 54th St. 757-7674 Dishwashers Porters FLORIST
DISPATCHED'I
SOTO I
CLEANERS
j 1515 NW 62nd Street Miss V.. Jean Borah.r Gas Station Drivers Flortda GIPTMlamt. shot
Hotel & Home MaidsWe
696.0862 t.. "
1 CONTRACTORSJ.H.COPELAND Appreciate Your 24 HRS. SERVICE ,f! "f '*( : .
PHOTOGRAPHY Business _

JOHNSON OF MIAMI CONSTRUCTION A s iF R 9.8382- 4340 N. W. 7th A.onueMlomi t Phone
1186 NW 38th Street General Contractor FloIdew.
2939 NW 48th
635-4748 Terrace t '534 N. Miami AvIntroducing
634-6233

DOCTORS Additions, Flarmbedrmbath 635-4312 ,

''iZ r
I DR. G. H. GREENE MIAMI TIMES/ y U

Hourst' Foot 5t30-7t30 Specialist, all day Sat. ADVERTISERSAppreciate LOCATED AT: /
5722 NW 17th Avenue your dullness. 'QI'
Phones 693-0818 They are courteous andd.p.nda'bl. 2400 NW 62nd St.

.. Support them! o. rwr

- WIRE FLOWERS RELIABLE

''pSEWING: MACHINE I I'' '" J ANYWHERE$aOO; MinimumCode Typewriter & Adding
I
::1 "REPAIR SPECIAL" :: t 305

,:: Cleoned & Oiled I! ,'1r .; 754-8061 Machine Services

*Adjust Tensions I I O..l.j ALL WORK GUARANTEED

!: *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost lit I III / 758-4371 FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY

Check all Wiring All Makes I: BILLY SIMMONS RENTAL SERVICES
New Photographer at
1 Year Guarantee
'I Models
&
; I Give us a call. Then compare our prices.

': Call D House ofPhotography CENTERVILLA PHONE 379-3846
625-1261 1 if' : : EUGINE EVANS

1'- -- . - - KINDERGARTEN
5861 NW 17th AVENUE
4930 NW 7th Avenue
18 Years of Responsible HOME 5 YRS OF AAA 757-7741 CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
Building Service to AUTO SERVICE LUNCHES
The Community PICK-UP SERVICE STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
BUSINESS 759-4603 SpecialBUY
I When Buying or Building REGISTER NOW

I ((8x10)) PHOTOIN 691-7796 OR 6963302Mrs. VET TV
'
CALL STANLEY LIVING COLOR R. E. Copeland
Sup. TED
FORMERLY OF JET I IS NOW VET

w PL '1-3604 GET ONEFREE 379-7735

Beautiful Homes,

1' Lot Built or on OursAttractive Your ..,.. 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
Alterations I. J": I

AdditionsLet I and KING THE TAILOR

+ us Demolish Buy first class insuranceLow "The pants King" "None Better In Miami"
Your Worn OutHouse monthly paymentsSR

I a Lovely and Build New 22 filed immediately ';, 6129 NW 7th Ave. FREE PICK UPANDDELIVERY

\ Home Comport Us With Othersll

Building Call Us for Facts About FREE INSURANCE ADVICE PROBLEM ON ANY I'' Pants Made to Measure Any Style SERC"" T v

Good Bank Financing From: $19.95

'J STANLEY BUILDERS, Notary Service Fast Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed TV RADIO STEREO REPAIRS

I i Inc.Licensed EARL CARROLL Thousands Patterns for Your Approval Shop Phone: 754.8462 Emergency 691-6547

insured Ins.Agency of Fla.
8S8 N. E. 79th Street 4602 NW 7th AVENUE 5906 NW 7th AVENUE .
Miami, Florida NOW 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Economy Drugs #1
p----- .. "Since 1949" AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
!1/ 1101 NW 3rd AVENUE -373-1264
: THE THERESA FLORIST
WE NEED
::SEWING MACHINES 5841 NW 17th Avenue Economy Drugs #2 SR-22 Filing
Don't be fooled bylaw down payments for applicationswhich
WE BUY ALL / Expert Funeral Designs 5120 NW 11th AVENUE 696-2421 do not give you Insurance coverage. We have
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL been In business for two generations and take prideIn
r MAKES & MODELS Community Drugs servicing our customers with honest explanationsand
i :. 10% Reduction on honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat
6150 ?NW 15th AVENUE 6916651We give you the lowest possible rates.
Standing Sprays
: Call : carry everything a good Drug Store should carry- LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
a PHONE: 693.4531 And Morel! D. GOODMAN & SONS
;; 625-1261 : Night: 621-6056 Samuel Johnson & Joseph Poltler 2688 NW 62nd ST. OX 1-0380
.. I' Registered Pharmacists, Owners
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 29, 1967 23

I Remedial Summer School Reading FAMU Grad Joins Humble Oil Markell"9 staff I

Los Angeles.Bernard W.
I and John W. Batchan
Kinsey r
Saves .
Programs $9.795,192 have been assigned by HumbleOil i t
and Refining Company to m
How valuable Is Dade's summer the students repeated an additional other kinds of training. the California service station
school program? year it would cost $4- Summer programs,which in marketing staff of the com-,
It would cost more than$9,- 897,596." a blend with the regular school pany's Pacific Region
795, ,92 more each year II no Dade eliminated tuition fees program, give close attentionto Mr. Kinsey earned a bache-
remedial summer school program for summer school two years these problems, are highly lor of science degree last year
were offered for the ago. Based on this past sum- important to today's society, at Florida A&M college,Tal- }
county's children,a report released mer's figures, tuition costs he stressed. lahassee, where he was a
this week finds. would have brought in approximately "Reading comprehension is member of the Men's Senate
Taking a mid-year look before $639,092. so necessary for a child's suc- and a student coordinator of
and after at its summer "If we charged tuition for cess in school that we should the marching band,the famous
school, the report delves Into summer school some pupils make an all-out effort to reach Florida A4M"MachinglOO/
costs, attendance and social who now attend might not do every child needing remedial Mr. Batchan was a memberof

factors involved in both aca- so," Porter pointed out,point- instruction, with class size the Student Council and -. -.. ..-
demic and recreational pro- Ing up possibility ofa summer reduced to five pupils if president of the campus YMCA KJNSEY BATCHANni -

grams.prepared. recreation fee of$5. rjcessary until all childrencan chapter at Prairie View A&M March of this year. 0 nth s, while completing
by Dr. Gilbert "There is,hardly any way read. He also suggested College in Texas, where he Mr. Kinsey accepted a position traininghe also was one of
porter, special assistant to that we could measure how experimenting with adult basic majored in sociology and was with Humble last Feb- Humble's most active participants -
superintendent the much wouldbe materials and tech- in 1965. He was an
the deputy our community education graduated ruary, and Mr. Batchan became in a cooperative program
report notes that if there were saved in terms of money whenwe niques for educationally retarded Army lieutenant, stationed at an employee of the company in Los Angeles with
no summer school program, think of the reduction in high school students. Fort Ord, Californiauntil largest US Oil refiner YTEP (Youth Training and
Dade would save some juvenile delinquency, crime ,
and marketer, when he ended Employment projectwhich
'
$1,632,532.But and other related factors as his two-year tour of duty in has been training scores of
It finds that if all elementary these
against helping young men from Watts and
the army in march.Since then, young
students who were folks to adjust, grow, developand both have completed a seriesof nearby Los Angeles neighbor-
enrolled I in summer school for learn during the summer training assignments in hoods, so they can obtiin part-
strengthening or remedial period." preparation for their new time Jobs and earn enough to
work were to repeat or returnto Looking to the future,Dr. positions.As be able to go back to school
the same grade for an ad- Porter cited the need for Im- and finish interrupted high-

ditional year, it would cost the proving the general quality of i dealer sales represen- school careers.A .
county school system$9,795- education and attention to D -" tative*, they will have the pri- native of West Palm

192.The manpower and employment mary responsibility for aiding Beach, 'Mr. Kinsey was a student
present summer school problems.The '.: J and advising the operators of leader at that city's
program costs $2,602,694.14 report points out that Humble stations in their as- Roosevelt High School, wherehe
"
of which $1,632,532 comes while more than 61 percent of ,... '... '' signed territories on a variety served as president of the
from the local budget. Dade's high school graduatesgo "'."t.' of merchandising financial senior class and president of

"We have no way of know- on to further education after procedures, problems and op- the debating team, played
ing how many students would: high school, some 39 or 40 portunities.Like basketball, and was a memberof
return or drop out of school if,: percent of the graduates do other marketing rep the school band.

they had no opportunity to makeup not, and their futures are DR. BANKS MRS. BANKS resentatives assigned to the At Florida A&M, he was able
their work in summer closely and Immediately tied company's service station to continue his interest in band
schools," Dr. Porter observed. to the field of work. Others SUPREME GRANDMASTER VISITS MIAMI sales, they will also advise on music and marching as a
"But if only 50 percent oi t will drop out of college and Dr. and Mrs. William V. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.S. the recruitment and selectionof member of a nationally known

Banks of International Free T.Davis,9111 NW 14th Ave., dealers,the upkeep and im- organization, in addition to his
and Accepted Modern Masons at 3 p.m. The Masonic Family provement of existing stationsin other extracurricular activi-
Hard and 0 r d e r of Eastern Stars,,and the general public is cor- their sales territories, and oies. Mr. Kinsey is marriedand
and
Ambition Inc., are vacationing in our dially invited. business potential of sites for lives at 6211 Tenth A venue
fair city. They will be guestsof new stations. in Los Angeles. Mrs. Kinseyis
Work Off' honor at the New Years Eve Brother Amos Fludd,presi- Mr. Kinsey's new territoryIs the former Miss Shirley
Toys Tea on Sunday, Dec. 31, given dent, Sister Mary Arline, G. in Los Angeles.In recent Pooler
by the WM's Council of Miami, Matron.Your4' '.'

Says Manager
.. MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE

Philadelphia, Pa. Nine ; MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
'
years ago, Walter Granison' APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
spotted a "Help wanted' signin
the window of aFt W.Wool- ," TO MORE PROFITS & PRESTIGE THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE

worth Co.store in Wayne, Pa. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
COULD BE ADVERTISINGYOUR

He applied for the post of BUSINESS IN

stockman was accepted,gave rb. L.wJ

his week's previous notice and employer began a a .li ,mi HJt _.hJ) Call

career that recently broughthim CALL US TODAY!
to the management level., CHARLESROGERS
6530 NW 15 Ave
"Ambition and hard work

paid off,"says Granison who, 691-0421 kr -.,
still in his late twenties, has eI w
been to of AT PL 1-750Z
promoted manager 1 -I; .
the Woolworth store at 2524 .
Lehigh Avenue in Philadel- WALTER GRANISON FOR A GOOD BUY ON A

phia. As store manager the young LIFE INSURANCEDoesl'l PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
man has broad responsibilities STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
He believes his success I for supervising his staffof "INSTRUMENTS, "
should encourage others who I employees, directing oper- Cost It PaysLast
would like to attain the man- ations and procedures,order-
agerial level, and,suggeststhat Ing all stock, and keeping on
his story could be sum top of all paperwork and reports year life Insurance benefit payments In

med up in these few words: and inventories. America amounted more than $12,000,000-
"Hard work and determination It's a challenge, but this ispart 000.00.
motivated me; knowledgeand of the business,"he com

achievement encouragedme. mented. "I want the store to Less than half, $5,200,000,000.99 were for '. -N
." represent me and my main .4
concern is to see that the death payments. $6,800,000,000.00 was
Granison moved through residents of the area have a paid to "Living Policyholders" in the form

various positions in Mid-At first class store to shop in. My of policy dividends, surrender values, disability
lantic region stores become concern wm benefit them and
payments, mature endowments, and annuity -
an assistant manager, and his Woolworth's as well I
career was interrupted in 1961 There is much to learn and payments. 4'I
when he was called to servein there are plenty of challenges I
the armed services. He attended along the way, Granison re-
DOESN'T COST IT PAYS
the Army's Small Arms calls. I LIFE INSURANCE IA tas
Repair School and spent 19 "One of my greatest challenges -
months in Korea where he was my assignment as i BUILD UP A SAVINGS I
reached the rank of specialist5th an acting store manager when i INSURANCECENTRAL J
LIFE
class. the manager of the store at THROUGH A I

Chester, Pa., became ill The
During his Spare time, Regional Office placed the responsibility I
Granison studiedbookson in my hands. The'I' LIFE
marketing and merchandising. office thought I could do the job WE SELL HAPPINE&S
After returning to civilian life and I wasn't going to let them
he Woolworth's off to the races. INSURANCE COMPANY AMERICA'S LARGEST DISPLAYAt
resumed work at I was
down. the more I the cr...'..... .( N.,,"-S..th I xpr...w.r IJIIi'.
and entered the com The more I learned
ONLY IS MINUTIS FROM ANYWH,RI IN MIAMI
pany's management training wanted to learn." CORNER N.W.54th ST. I N.W.. 3rd AYE. "
program less than three years And that's the way he continues 1416 NORTH BOULEVARDTAMPA, FLA. Phone 751-7502
to look at it."Ho .
ago. "' he Or 2D10Biseaynt Blvd. FR 1.0401'Broward JA 2-5131
\\' far will Igo? DISTRICT OFFICES STATEWIDE
knows? The op- Mil OUIVIIY ANYWNIRIIM U.S.A.
asks.
"It's an excellent programthat here and I shall IN FT.tAUDIROALI 1103!.LAS OlAS BIVD.JA'I-3N
are
holds future portunities
a promising
advantage of tern. .
to take
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, December 29, 1967
"' '1/1-H' '" ,, ,. \ .".. .,.'.1,
Henderson Claims ( '
LongshoremenCharges f b .I'. .1','

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Against Him false Y!

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Judge' Henderson, founderand tion of the strike, refused to local union.
president for more thai ratify amendments to the conHenderson was deposed In

20 years of InternationalLongshore tract, conducted a strike dis- 1965 when Local 1416 ;e -
n!'n Association regarding the Collective Barquested the International

Local 1416, has:,char gei 'gaining Agreement, and cans- president to form a trustee-
the union with making false Ing a moral breakdown of the ship over the Local. i--. V
allegations concerning their

building at812NWSec dAve.Henderson's .


maingripeseems To the Membership of : .
to be the fact that If the 816 N. W. Second Avenue .. : .

allegations were true, why did Miami, Florida : "
the executive board wait five

years before preferring Dear Membership:
charges aginst him.

The undersigned for a number of years served as attorney for

Henderson produces docu- this Local, during which time we had many problems including .
ments and signed statements the specific problem of conceiving,building and paying for
to show that the executive
In.
the building you are now
board and membership were HAPPY NEW YEAR IS68

well aware of the arrange- As I wrote to you earlier I have been very much upset to learn The Festival of Stars, Incorporated, wish all our friends, patrons and tenants

; ments of his lease whereby the that you Executive Board Is attempting at this late date to have of our corporation-owned properties, a Happyiond Prosperous New Year.

Utilities for his pool room and Judge Henderson pay for the utilities. Left to right: The/ Rev. W. E. Sims, vice president; Harold Butler, treasurer;

barber shop were to be paid bj Charles Cash, director; E. 0. Culmer, president; James Moss, director; Ronald R.
the union. Documents show 1. There would not have been any building whatsoever ex-
Ingram,recipient of our first annual scholarship, Miami-Dade Junior College;Herbert
'; that financing of the building cept for Judge Henderson an the fact that his integrity was
would have been almost Impossible such that I could Induce the builder and the finance people to Chisholm, secretary shown. ; Herman Nails, director; Alonza Farrington, Rubin Proctor, director -

If this arrangementwere wait for their money knowing that Judge Henderson was in not

not made.Henderson charge of the building program and that he had promised these

claims some o f: people that they would be paid. J fads and Figures Galore inDade'sStatistical

the same men who signed the: 2. Secondly, as you know money was extremely scarce and I

charges also signed the check!:,!, therefore the only way to finish building your building was by ReportDade
Z
<
from Jun
to the utilities
pay the
combining various facilities, especially that of combining .
1959 to June 1965. recreation room with the barber shop and the pool room.
County's public school beginning their careers, 541 those responding to a surveyof

Henderson claims he executed employed 1,272 new teachers experienced teachers. the class of 19 66,66 per
at that time
a lease with the union!ii I 3. Getting tenants were absolutely Impossible this year,operated federally The fifth grade claimed a cent, or 6,068 students, were
front store vacant.
the stayed
know how
and long
June, 1960, but charges wen I, you funded programs, and cir- plurality of elementary teach- enrolled in colleges and universities

not brought against him until I culated nearly seven million ers, with 81. Next highest' was 4.2 per cent were
for the Un-
Therefore executive board not only arranged
October 1965. Renders 1 L your other 20
library books. third grade78.In taking training, per
ion topay utilities for Us pool room and barber shop, and this
feels that at this time the action These are among a mul- other highlights, the report cent were employed and 6.9
taken Into consideration when the rent was set, but If you
was taken because outside. was titude of facts and figures in shows the school system: per cent were in the armed
check records will see that the executive board
;j your you
influence was exerted on the the system's 14th annual sta- Transported 22,894 pupils forces.
that the and barber shop were not
In
pool room
membership to force him ou t t agreed writing tistical report Just releasedby --11 per cent of 'pupil Employed 16,084 persons

in a turnover of control of the I i Superintendent Joe Hall. membership schools during 1966-67, excludingsome

Miami waterfront.At to pay utilities. The 45 page booklet prepared daily, an Increase of 0.4 per- part-time workers, sub-
the lease the lease having been
This agreement superceded by the Department of cent over last year.Is stitute teachers and Miami-
to enable the Union to financing the building.
get
the same time the arranged Administrative Research con- moving toward a predict- Dade Junior College person-

charges were made agains t t tains data on pupil population, ed peak membership of 220-, nel. By contrast, only 8,194
Henderson about the utilities, Sincerely yours, employees, special services, 700 pupils this year and 275- employees were on the payroll

the Local also charged thai building and finances of the 150 In 1971-72. 10 years ago. The grand totalof
Henderson directed membersof (5)) "w" school system for the 1966-67 Failed 9,479--or 4.56 per- all employees is listed at
to work In viola- MDVZls; MART|N D. ,VPN ZAMF.T school in 196 67 .
the Local '" J : t year. cent -- of pupils 20449.;
.
"..',." ....... .,,,. ,' This year's report gives Increasing 0.32 percent fewer than the
NI']; d., 1:1q -I' JUNE 16 1959 evidence of the mag- previous year.Graduated Paid classroom teachers an
M nitude and complexity of 11,411 students, average of$7,454 annually and

osi s-jolscf botflioecfx/c ona o* a7o+i Dade's growing school system 353 more than the year before. registered an annual average
aWr and ofprovidinganeducaticnal Held average class size at salary of $7,778 for all instructional -
LONGSHOREMEN OF''DADE ctrl riUf.m-. 10 tsb ,/frOg _
816 W. W. 2nd AVENUE CS6I .b ./. program for the children and 30.6 pupils In elementary personnel in
V. citizens of Dade County," Dr. schools, 313 In Junior high and schools.
MIAMI 35 S
FLORIDA \:
..__".. ...... ,...., ..: ..,\. K ,fr .*V.\V Hall emphasized. 28.8 In senior high schools. Operated 213 schools which

" TO 03101 Jc fiblioIT oT oJitf& olTditf Via Teacher Information reveals Registered 122,370 personsfor had a capacity of 205,401 -
pupils
that 769 of the new Instructors vocational technical and
,
Lon 8borG GQ of Dade County Inc. in permanent classrooms,
: were Florida resi- adult education courses.
with 400 portable classroomsused
dents when hired. Of the remainder Operated 21 federally funded -
k We, tho undersigned partios of the Executlve Board of theLongshoremen' to relieve the shortage of
8 of the Dade County, Inc have agreed in 86 came from New programs, serving 78,314 space.
of 814 NW York State, 41 from Ohio, 36 children and adults at a cost
Conjunction with our leasee (JUDGE hENDEASOH
2nd Avenue Minmi 36 Florida to cut the rent which ist from Pennsylvania and 32 of some $8.8 million. Spent $130,386,573 In 1966-

One hundred seventy-rIve dollars $175.00) per month to from Georgia. Circulated a total 6,612- 67 for operating expenses,

One hundred twenty-five dollars ($125.00) per month for Dade got new teachers from 200 library books to students capital Improvements, debt,
the follwoing reasons such places as Thailand, and teachers. service and contracted programs
Kenya, the Philliptnes,Australia Conducted a summer program excluding Miami-Dade

1. The property is in arears, which lowors Guam,Ecuador,Puerto In which 32,851 pupils Junior College, which spent
the valuation of business Rico and Germany.The enrolled for academic work $21,392,117 total.Computed .
bulk of new secondary and 75,569 children took partIn

teachers, 129,received language recreation and leisure-time
8. It is not an exclusive Pool Parlor It operating ex-
is connected with tho Recreation Room arts assignments. Mathe- activities. pense per pupil In average
for the Longshoremen, which we use to matics claimed 110, while 66 Reported that 896 graduating dally attendance at $572 per
went Into science classrooms. seniors 10.the class of 1967
protect our Auditorium for oommorcialiing. year compared with a national
A total of 731 new teachers received scholarships having
average of$565 and a Florida
)\ were college graduates Just a total value of$3,509,370. Of average of$479.

9o He, JUDOS HENDERSON, has indicated that
be may close; so we thought it boat to got To Membership of Lost $388,496 on the school

something rather than nothing Local 1416 LL.A. lunch program in 1966-67,
which is not supported by tax
816 NW Second Ave.
'SignediJJUTHER Miami, Fla. funds. Recent Increases in
lunch prices are expected to
DATE 14 Jan 1966
h1 :
GIB8(1/J.l offset the loses.
---1 SUBJECT: Longshoremen Building 8812 NW 2d Ave.
vice President Reduced bonded indebtedness -

I have been asked about the circumstances about the erection to $32,709,380, the principal

CLEVELAND TUNER( '''.''..t7..- f J1 ,. ..... ."'- of. your building and I can make the following statements: of which is$28,273,000.
Financial Secretary

t Jft.: 1. The plans of the building were changed to make the facilities -
ALT W HELVES: t. of plumbing and electric available to both the second floor Any whoro In the world

Recording Secretary and the first floor pool room and barber shop facilities, you want to go"

I2eetJ2g.'z.4 because the men using the facilities wanted it that way. nans cofr
ALBERt DAVIS 2. No mortgage was available on the building and we had to
Treasurer finance It with our own funds until a first mortgage could be NO MORE AT

obtained, which I personally had to guarantee. .
.. ,.,
TRUSTEES 3. These changes were necessary so that the best rates could

I be obtained from the Power company which made it more attractive 7iUYEL 8UHlU
BONNIE JACJ QI. t for financing purposes at that time.
"Your Nolthborfwod$ Trov.lAgonts"
4. Unless there was a tenant ready,-willing and able to pay
4 .,OECROE NEAL rent for at least 60% of the first floor area, financing would

not have been available for tin entire building. A* near to you as your
:, wTuI YOUNG + U I can be of any help to your fine organization In any way, tet.,__.. Give us a colt.Wo .
dot ..,., 1104 NW 3rdA.
please fell free to
I call upon me at any time.AAROIX ...
HBYWAADIi3IDSR5O FR 9-8431. Chas. C.North .
WILLIE: .
Manager.
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 29, 1967 25


with. B-CC Tackle Named
Spearing ...... .
Looking the



i I "Defensive Year"Henry Playerof SPORTSWORLD ;




BY HARRY SPEAR Still a massive 270 Team. For two years he has "L

lbs Defensive Tackle with Be- been the most outstanding BY LEO ARMBRISTCR Over
thune-Cookman College Wild- fensive Player for the locals.
MIAMI BEACH
$1,000 HANDICAP
SATURDAYThe cats was named this week, He was said by Jack McClarien

$15,000 added City of Miami Beach Handicap for two- "Defensive player of the to leader.be a fine team man and a ST. LOUIS HAWKS PLAY DETROIT PISTONSDave

year-olds at one mile and seventy yards and the $15,000 Year' by the Atlanta Daily
added
Still is currently scouted by Bing will bring the National Basketball Association
World In
Georgia.
New Years Handicap, the fourth and final Newspaper
leg of the Tropical nine professional clubs of the top scoring average to the Miami Beach Auditorium when the
park sprinting series, highlight the New
Year's holiday faire Still and two other Wildcats, American and National Lea- Detroit Pistons meet the St. Louis Hawks on Friday, Dec. 29,
at the Tropical races. The City of Miami
Beach will be run on Walter Frazier a 225 Ibs.Cen- but that does not Impress the Hawks' Joe Caldwell.
Saturday and the New Years gue.Members
Handicap on the holiday ter from Pompano Beach and of the SIAC Team Jumpln' Joe, a member of the 1964 U.S. Olympic basket
For the past two seasons the of
City Miami Beach Handicap Lamar Hardaway a 210 lbs and Award winners will be ball team after graduating from Arizona State,has turned into
the winter season's first test
for youngsters with classic Linebacker from Atlanta, honored during the One-Hundred one of the NBA's top stars in his fourth year in the pro loop.
ambitious,has been m a r ke d by ma
upsets.. Both Rehabilitate
Georgia was named to the first Percent Wrong Club's Caldwell consistently has drawn the opposition's top scorer
who won this race in 1965, and Fort Drum who tallied '
team. 33rd Sports Jamboree set for throughout the early part of the season and the fine shadowing
last season, went postward at better than 501. Subsequent Samuel 26 and 27 at the Jobs he has turned in
Cooper an end from January Re- on the likes of Bing and Cincinnati's,
events were to that their
prove triumphs were not flukes Plant City was named to the gency Hyatt House Motel in At Oscar Robertson have played a big part In the Hawks' surge to
This edition will
year's out
bring Tough Sledding and Match second team. Still a senior lanta. the top of the Western Division.
less, the winner and runnerup in the$10,000 Bright Memorial, from Columbus, Georgia was The Wildcats finished third Joe, a 6-foot-5 speedster who alternates between guard and
along with Lifelike winner of the
AligatorStakes, Tom Quick,' recently selected for the sec In the conference with a 5 and forward for coach Richie Guerin, held Blng--a29-pointscor-- >
a winner at the meeting, and Gun Fury, a sparkling winner at ond straight year to the SIAC 2 record. The defensive unit er.-to nine points in one meeting this year Dazzling Dave,
the meeting over the distance route.
Coaches All Conference was number one in the nation last year's top NBA rookie, could hit on only four of 24 shots
The New Years will be
Handicap
sought again by the brilliant Team. He is also a repeateron among small colleges twice while being shadowed by Caldwell.
Sikkim who established the course record of Ij07 3/5 for
the Atlanta Dally World during regular season contest.
six furlongs In this very race a year ago when he was com NORTH-SOUTH GOLF TOURNAMENT

pleting a clean sweep of the Tropical Park sprint handicaps. DROPS PROSThe
No horse in 36 seasons at Tropical Park has ever won this
race twice. ACLU Takes Up North-South Golf Tournament Committee announcedthat
the Professional Division will be excluded. from the 1968
HORSES TO WATCH 15th annual tournament scheduled for the City of Miami Country

Dtmnwsdale, First Choice, Miss Apollo, Tavares, Windsomo Club, in Miami Springs, Feb. 1317.
Devil, Montage, Opulent, Ocala Tempest, four winners last Fight For Cassius Tournament director, Richard Gardner, said, "This action
week, two with a price. was taken when it was learned that theFlorida Pros who hold

PGA cards would not be allowed to play because of a PGA
BROWN STILL LOOKING FOR BIG PAYOFFThe ruling on pro shop ownership. In all fairness to 'local' pros,

Thoroughbreds which race at Tropical park come from ClayIt It was decided that the tournament will be restricted to ama

all over the country and it's no secret that Tropical has seen teurs only."

some box-score payoffs. And one racing fan who waits for the was disclosed Monday In Circuit Court of Appeals and Headquarters for this tournament, which attracts golfers
Tropical meeting most eagerly Is Edward Brown, a colorful Atlanta by Attorney Charles recently requested the ACLUto from throughout the United Staes and the Bahamas, will be
tracker who works with the Tropical maintenance: crew and Morgan Jr., of the American take the case after discharging Miami's Crossways Airport Inn, 1850 NW 42nd Ave.
doubles at a hot dog stand when the horses move up the line. Civil Liberties Union that the his lawyer. Morgan Lee Elder, of Washington,D. C., won the professional division
But so far, the big payoffs have missed Brown. And this Is ACLU has taken over the case said the ACLU entered the In 1967 when he dropped a six-foot birdie putt on the first

unusual. Each year, he manages to snare at least one big payoff of Cassius Clay,former heavy case because a request was hole of a sudden-death play off with Gibby Gilbert of Holly-
weight champion, who was made and because of what he wo.od.Tbls was Elder's second consecutive win, and he has
"But nothing's happened yet," said Brown, who has a few convicted last June because he described as legal questions since Joined the PGA tour.
memorable moments! to look back on. Brownand three bud refused to be inducted into the concerning the number of Negroes Amateur Jim Jewell of SouthBend, Ind., was medalist and
dies put up 50$ each in 1962 and wound up with a $24,000 Twin armed forces. serving In the military winner in the Championship flight,and Renee Powell of Canton

Double. in proportion to the number on Ohio, took the championship in the ladies division She has

"I Just missed the big perfecta payoff($4,033.80)this year," In an appeal Morgan also revealed draft boards. Joined the LPGA.Applications .
says Browu. "But It'll happen. I hope." that a federal hearing Filed late Friday in New Or- hotel reservation requests and other pertinent
Brown's reputation as a "colorful tracker" stems from the officer had recommended that leans, Clay's appeal brief con information are being mailed to the many past participants.
time! he hit a $710 double. His happiness such that he de- Clay be granted conscientious tends that Negroes are systematically New entries should send fees (amateur women $21, amateurmen
cided to give his hot dog customers a free ride for the after 'objector's status but this was excluded from the $23), to Ernest Hayes, financial secretary 5601 NW 18th
noon. At the end of the day he totaled his giveaways and owed rejected by the Justice De- Selective Service Sytem. Ave., Miami, 33142.

his boss $38. partment before Clay was tri The technicality cited by
"Man, that's a lot of hot dogs to give away when you're waiting ed. Cassias Clay, or Muhammad FSU SIGNS MIAMIHALFBACKFlorida

for the big one," he says now. All in regard to the absenceof
Clay claimed objector Negroes on the draft boards State University signed another Negro high school
FLAGLER CLOSING TUESDAY privilege as a Black Muslim of many states has brought star to a football grant-in-aid less than 24 hours after signingits

minister under his Muslim about many Negro appoint- first Negro football player
Abstained put 24 points 01 the Scoreboard to lead the name of Muhammad All. He ments to these boards. Calvin Patterson, 190-pound halfback from Palmetto, was
qualifiers for the semifinals In the$10,000 Flagler Derby, being was convicted in Houston, In this area the appointmentof signed by FSU assistant coach Doug Hafiner.
run off on Wednesday and Saturday nights of this week. Texas, after refusing to take Charles Lockhart on Wednesday Head Coach Bill Peterson Friday broke the school's Negro
But aside from the constant factor of the 0. K. Duke star, the oath of military service.A as a member of Draft barrier line in football by giving a grant-in-aid to fullback-
there could be a lot of new faces in the lineup when the finals Board 160 in Dade County scholar Ernest Cook of Father Lopez High in Daytona3each.

come up on Jan. 2 .. clossing night. sentence of five years' gives this county two Negroeson
That will be determined by the computer after this week's imprisonment and$10,000 fine the Board. The other is Attorney DID BIAS SHOW IN NORTH-SOUTH GAME?
semifinal points are added to those posted by the 16 remaining was imposed upon him,and his Henry Arrington who

contestants in the first two rounds. title was taken away. has been serving on the board It's hard to believe that South Coach John Bridgers is nota
Going into the two-round semifinals, the top eight scorers He appealed to the 5th U.S. for the past two years. little bit guilty of discrimination. Because only a stupid man
were Abstained with 24 points; Go Norma with 19, Bull Thru The swearing in of Lock- could overlook the fact that Tennessee State's Eldridge Dickeywas

17, Aqualot and Tell Tom 16 each, Ernie's Recruiter 15, hart, who is the public rela- the best quarterback on the field Christmas Day In the
Pranced and Blue Gloss, 14 each John Knight tions director of Bonded Ren- North-South Shrine charity football game. The crowd booed
lathe "second division" at this point inthe proceedings tal Agency, was conducted by long and loud whenever Dickey was benched in favor of Mike
were Inny's June with 13 points (a surprise), Copier, Cleve, Wen Circuit Judge David Popper. Livingston who was intercepted three times. Bridgers paid no
Does
Commel and Hopewedo with 12 each, Part Irish 11, and Discreetly Governor Kirk recommended attention to loud chants of awe want Dickey/But Judging from

Generallssamo and Southern Flamo with ten each. Lockhart for the post and he the comments of sportswriters in the pressbox,Dickey show-
So the door appeared wide open for some strangers to move With JolietJohn was appointed by president ed enough class to merit a good look by the pros come next
into the finals unless the likes of Copier and Cleve Commeldo Johnson. year,

better this week than they did 10 the qualifying rounds. Knight, a former Be-
Abstained was the only one of the 32 entries who could put thune-Cookman College football

two wins together in last week's Derby tests. player has completed a
One-timo winners in the two rounds were Ernie's Recruiter successful first year in professional

pranced, Copier, Go Norma, Inny's June, and Bull Thru football.A .
After the Wednesday and Saturday action this week, the running b a c k for Joliet
field will be cut to eight for the running of the $10,000' finalson (Illinois) of the professional Aj I

January 2. League of America he lead the
0. K.Duke's hurdler,Happed,and the Jordan Kennel's sprintace league in the touchdown department
Cleco Roosa, were deadlocked 'at 18 wins each In their
with 10, and was the
at the end of last .
duel for the 1967 Flagler track-championship. third high scorer. He rushedfor

week. 705 yards in five games.
With each having three starts left,they could wind up as co- ,
J Knight was signed by San
champs, with both breaking the 24-year old track record of 20 Diego of the American League NOW THRU .

wins in a single season,set by H. E. Alderson's Gypsy Band In last year. He was cut early InI I

1943-44. the season and sent to Jolieta
PLAYOFF LUNCHEON term club of the Chargers. JANUARY 21

Coaches and players of Hi* National Football League teams Missing the first four games

playing In the :Tan 7 pro play off game will be honored duringa because of injuries, Knight
luncheon at the Everglades Hotel Jan. 5. says, "he missed the magic
Plans for the $5-per-plate affair were announced by Mike 1000 mark.
Zarowny, chairman of the sports committee of the Miami-Dade Sid Gilliam, Head Coach for'
Sao Diego sent an official to
County Chamber of Commerce.
Co-sponsors with the Chamber are the City of Miami, watch Knight duringthecham-

Metropolitan Dade County, the Orange Bowl Committee, the pionship game which Joliet
won and he was signed Imme- .
Club of Miami.
Dolphin Quarterback Club and the Touchdown
Zarowny reported assurance from the NFL office in New diately to a 1968 contract to

. York "that the bead coaches and some players of the participating rejoin the Chargers' parent a

! teams will be at the luncheon." Club.

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26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, December 29, 1967 ...... ...

I Insurance Companies Warned to Keep PromiseNew


York. The life Insurance people in our urban ghettos, promises- and reports are tive, the temptation is great to neighborhoods funds from ..th'. e lily-white
business must move belief in your commitmentmust coming out of their ears." say" *I make machines,' or 'I Mr. Young said he felt the communities where Negroes;
quickly to fulfill its promiseof wait until the buildingsare "The spotlight is on your sell insurance,' and disclaim life Insurance industry's are not allowed to live and to
I investing $1 billion In up and the evidence is industry to fulfill its promisesand responsobility for the social "commitment to invest a billion these businesses whose dis-
America's slums, if it is to there." the nature of the situationIs problems of our time. dollars. In the ghetto is criminatory practices mark
gain the confidence of the people Speaking at the annual meet- such that only prompt,visi- "I would suggest to you that one historic importance,butI them as killers of the American
it is trying to help, Whit- Ing of the Institute of Life Insurance ble, tangible results can allay unless these problems are hope you will see it as a beginning dream."
ney M. Young,Jr.,told a meet- in the WaldorfAstoria the doubt and cynicism which solved business will not be in and not as an end.Your Mr. Young said that the gap
ing of leading life insurance here, Mr. young said, surround you," he said. a position to make machines,, industry can set the pace for between the races in economicand
executives this week. "They have been lied to, exploited He cautioned "against sell Insurance, or do anythingelse the rest of American busi- social conditions is wid

Mr. Young,executive direc- studied, analyzed, listening too closely to the profitably while our ma- ness." ening. "In 1955 the average
tor of the National Urban Lea- lectured, threatened and investigated critics of your Industry's jor cities suffer from econo- He said the industry should Negro family made$2,000 less
gue, said, "For millions of until all the commitment. I know that many mics and so,c i a 1 depression "train, hire, and advance to han the average white family
insurance executives secretly which is based on racial factors all levels of its operations, Today $3,300 separate them.
." workers the time Unemployment has grown to
want to bear that the prob- Negro
S lems of the ghetto are too Mr. Young said that the industry has come to aggressively seek about 2 1/2 times the white
.... overwhelming for private efforts would have to convince out Negroes for Jobs in your rate Go into every city and
to make much of a dif- Negroes living in big city ghettos industry. He also called upon every ghetto in this country,
ference. that investment funds the industry to. fight for so- and you will find evidence that

"To the corporate execu- would be used to improve their cial legislation,, help educate the gap is widening, and Negroes -
SUPER SOUL TOP 40 people about racism and the are worse off than they

\ need for urban progress, and iwere."

)? December 29, 1967 to use their Immense resources These conditions led to last
to "promote racial summer's riots, Mr. Young

1 1. Honey Chile Martha & Vandellas harmony to encourage invest- s aid, but be also stressed
< 2.1 Second the emotion Smokey & Miracles ment in integrated areas and some positive elements whichgr

\ 3. Storey bookchildren Billey Vera & Judy Clay in the slums." He suggestedthat v out of last summer's turmoil
4. Chain of fools withhold
\ Aretha Franklin the industry .

5.6. And Build get away world around Esquires OPEN 7 PAYS '
my you .
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7. 0 How it' hurts Barbara Mason (::: : ,l. + ; ,, Y.
8. Im in love Wilson Picket .. ., i 1
9. Looking for a fox Clarence Carter PAY LESS THAN RENT OWN YOUR HOME i

f 10. Back up train Al Green Neat 2 bedroom CBS large Fla room, tile roof,
4 city water and also pump and well for your yard,

stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at
11. Heard thru the grapevine Gladys & Pips $9,600, $300 down and $59.65 month FHA.
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12. Everlasting love Robert Knight

13. Come and see me Jr. Walker ACR096 Fl0111 9i16i 'I J:: MI IJTLE! ;:WVER '
14. I feel an urge coming on Jo Armstead '. ,
Temptations U18 NW,24th;A"tee !!1 2bedrao a cBS; right .
15. It's you I Need r '
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16. Boogaloo down broadway Johnny C ." TI '" "\ 'f!' ..'1 '..."..''' ,: :---- '
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17. ril be sweeter tomorrow The 0' Jays ; O"'ltWot'" r''ltfr4hvr. .;,
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21. My love is strictly for you 4 bedroom; 2 bath CBS, front porch, carport -
Robert Ward jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting,
22. Nothing but heartaches (flip)
The Artistics fenced. New schools Chopping bus.
23. Soul girl area, near : ,
24. Bless you Jeanne & Darlings FHA $13,000, $400 down, $80.82 month.
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29. Two Little kids Ruby Andrews [cabinets, largellandscaped' lot. Near, everything?(
Peaches & Herb [ $400 :dow ond $77.61 month. '
30. Lost FHA$12,5a9; It ,
Butler
''', EXTRAS Jerry
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(, 32. Mr. Starlight Johnny Barfield' Modern 3 bedroom CBS in new area near schools, of maintenance/ for Yellow Rent-a-Cor, Inc., it was an-
33. Don't want leave darling shopping, bus. Jalousie windows, large lot
Jeb Stuart ap nounced this week by Martin Sampson, general manager
34. Count the days Inez & Charlie Fox pliances. Bargain at $10,200, $350 down, $ 3.18 of the auto rental firm. ,
t 35. Sippin a cup of coffee month. Live better for less. Don't miss this !
The Ordells Evans who has been -with the company 10 years,
36. Got a thing for you baby Mr.,Perculator will be in charge of the 15-mon department which ser-
,4 37. A Man needs a woman '.'\ RED 'TAPE ,
W!: NO QUALIFYING NO y
James Carr vices over 1,200 cars in the Yellow fleet.A .
I:, 39.38. Babe I Do I'm about Ben,& Spence Modern 3 bedroom CBS in beautiful new area;;! native of Orlando, Evans has lived in Miami for
crazy you The Magnificent Men Terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, awnings I, 12
40. years with his wife, Dorothine, and their six children.
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Howard Tate ':'stove, air conditioner, wall to wall' carpeting. .
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Entries must be received on the Monday before the YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
new list Is published in The Miami Times. The entry $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
'closest to the actual top ten wins.Decision of the Judges DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY '
is final. In case of ties winner will be selected by ran- ,( BROKER)
dom selection. 'j;. ,;:.5HIM'A.L'. AiI1MtIn"n. :, CALL6353J77
First prize is $5.00 in cash and a copy of each of the .,: .\:;::s/ TO BETTER SERVE YOU ::J s sM' v

new Super Soul Top Ten Record, and a guest appearanceon "t\BRAHCM, \; OFFICE W OPA.LQCKA.AT'cI' '
'16000, NW ,27th AVENUE k'a! :i. ,
WMBM Next three runners-up win a copy of the \: i. .'
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number one record. T, ,.y (la 27th Ave Shopping Center 1 fi FHA 2 bdrm, 1 both CBS, tile ro'of, vinyl (firs.
624.3666Open 7 Doyit : 'iW $10,000, $300 down. $62.22
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$450 down. $83.71 mo.
REALriBROKER
FHA 3 bdrm, 2 bath, beautiful C B S. Perfect for doc
selections for Soul
rhe following are my Super Top Ten
tor, dentist, professional man. $14,500. $450 down.
$97.34 mo.
1 2 3 4 56'1 8 9 10
4932 NW 7th Ave. 3 UNIT DUPLEX & EXTRA HOUSE FHA. Live
Li" I r rent free with $175.00 mo. income. $22,500, $1500
PL 9-4371 1-: : down. $134.70 mo.

NO QUALIFYING
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Name 16000 NW 27 Ave {',: 3 down.BDRM$10( 1 man.both,all.fenced corner, CBS, $11,500. $1,000.

Address 624-3 b b 6' ;J VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100.DOWN

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I CLASSIFIED I A p S Police and Community Relations 'I


WORDS OR LESS S150,5CFORADDITIONAL

E IUNE FOR CLASSIFIES ADS pEDNESOAY. MOP.a.NOON Appraised by Experts

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FOR SALE 11'
FOR SALE HELP WANTED BY JOHN A. DIAZA Negro police officers should to promote mutual respect...

541 NW 44th STREET Move right In. income plus 2 share In the high positions on Former Senator Harry P.
Greatest buy in town! Only 1 bedroom large f alousiedporchpartlyfurntshed Hotel housekeeper wanted. Police and Community Re- the force. Police salaries Cain chairman Dade County
Will
year old- on gorgeous street $2,500 furnish nice apartment.Good lations meeting drew ap- should be higher. Community Board, said, "WE
$99.00 per month. 3 bedroom down. To see call 681-6049. salary. Call PL 42857. praisals of experts on police There is no simple formula must mutually have respectand

2 baths Drive buy and then duties community Interest, for riot prevention or control. confidence in one another;
call 235-2958 for appointment. 2481 NW 95th STREET A middle woman for companion and the courts, at the Dupont The police singularly cannot we must expect people to be

Indef. CBS, bedrooms, baths, for elderly woman in ex- Plaza Hotel here last Friday.To be blamed for civil disorders, treated with fairness and jus-
change for room and board.
hear these authoritieswere
$900 down. $99 month blame tice.
pays Call 696-9684 in the Rap Brown or Stokely
857 NW 73rd STREET everything. No closing costs. evening. police representatives, Carmichael, outsiders, agitators E. Wilson "Bud" Purdy,
Greatest buy In townl! Only 1 Has two kitchens. Can use for public and private agenciesand or hot heads. Dade County Department of

year old- on gorgeous street 2 families. This is fabulous. HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU laymen. They were invited Judge Clyde Atkins, of the public Safety said, "There
$90.00 per month. 3 bedrooms Hurry! Clean and newly paint Experienced shortordercooks by the Florida Region of the Federal Court here, said that must be close association and

2 baths. Drive by and then call ed. 2 stoves, 2 refrigerators. also day and night por- National Conference of police and community groups good relationship of respon-

235-2958, for appointment.Indef. Air-conditioned too. Mr. Mar- ters, cleaners, warewashers, Christians and Jews, the Dade should come together, that sible people for the preventionof
vin nights and Sundays, 235- handyman, silk and wool pres- County Association of Chiefsof there must be honest dialoguein violence."
2748. Greater Miami Realty ser. Good pay,excellent work- Police and the Dade County developing a concern lathe Among those attendingwere

Pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, 444-6133. ing conditions, apply Pers6n- Community Relations Board. community.W. : Rev. Theodore Gibson,

tile roof, hardwood floor nel Office, Fontainebleau, MI- It was an all-day meetingthat L. Nestor, president of who gave the invocation; Dr.
fenced corner lot FHA. BEDROOM HOMES ami Beach. sought to get concentration Dade County Chiefs of Police Ira P. Davis, Dr.Gilbert Porter

$13,000, $400 down, $80 mo. 737 NW 47th TERRACE CHILD CARE on establishing a common Association, said "condemning Mrs. Grace Albert, Sam*:
veterans or displaced persons 4222 NW 11th PLACE footing oflnterest and advancing individuals and groups will Cohen, Manatee Bannerman,

$100 down. Atlantic and pacific -' E-Z Terms 693-2631. Mothers Mothers communications betweenthe not solve community prob- Dr. Edwin Shirley, Henry Ar-

Realtors 6660411. If you are looking for a clean various segments of the lems; we must work together rington, and B. J. Guilford

Open Sunday 3-6 p.m. Beauti- neat home,Good Food,experi- community.The .
ful 2 bedroom CBS home,air- enced baby sitter. Call 633- featured speakers were
Brand new fine quality 3 bed- conditioned. Professor Louis A. Radelot,
FHA terms. 5828 6607 weekdays or ca11633-
2 bath director of the National Insti- STUDENT SPECIAL
room, home. North of NW 19th Ave. Fenster Realty 2002 or 633-2732atnight. Pick
expressway on open lot, at Broker tute on Police and Community
759-8779. up and delivery.
4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone Relations, and Professor of Bus ID Photos

builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. 3 bedroom, 2 bathsCBS.FHAor New Antioch Mariah Nursery Police Administration at t
Michigan State University and
conventional terms. Car- Kindergarten is still registering. Dr. Nell Danberg,National,Di- 2 For 50$

No closing cost. Fine home for pet. Built-in range and oven, Free pick up and delivery rector of the PoliceCommunity -
carport, drive by 1220 NW 88th 1831 NW 49th St. 633-2797.
3 bedroom
extra
large family Relations Division of the SATURDAY ONLY
St. then call
Fenster
Realty
large Florida room. Maybe National Conference of
used as 4th bedroom enclosed Broker, 759-8779. Child day care in my home. Christians and Jews in New JOHNSON OF MIAMI

front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile Your child will be given the York
roof hardwood floor wall to Open Sunday 35p.m.9610NW25th best of care. 759-8335. Indef. which
After the meeting, ,
Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, Corner NW 38 St. &
wall carpet,fenced.FHA$14- built-in was Interspersed with sumptuous -
000, $450 down$86 month Vets range and oven, MISCELLANEOUSREMODELING lunch and coffee breaks> ,
garage, large lot. Good loca
or displaced persons $100 the reactions of the many Ne- 12 Ave.
tion. So come at the
by Sunday .
Room additions remodeling
down. Phone now before it Is groes who attended were that
above address and sales-
too late. Atlantic and Pacific our alterations commercial the speakers "were good, but
Realtors 666-0411, man will be on premises. industrial residential. Free there should have been better PHONE: 635-4748
Fenster Realty, Broker, 759- estimates. Allied Builders local police representation."

HOUSEHOLD GOODS 8779. 446-3288. Jan 5 Some of the statements
Been turned down? No creditor '
bad credit? I can get you 3 bedroom CBS, carport, tile DO YOU NEED HELP? made were by the featured speakers Lee
: Mary Agency
bank financing on new furni- roof, near transportation and YOU HAVE A The police department Is
ture, appliances,TV,and ste- schools. FHA terms, no clos-
PROBLEM? one for all the people;/&thatthe
12391 NE 6th
reo. Call 661-2741. ing costs. Drive' by 3231 NW Ave.
They came for many reasons police can not and should not
(Jan. 4)) 171st St. Then call Fenster ; sick, troubled debts, be expected to do this Job 751-5211'
Realty Broker 759-8779. 751-8509
,
nervousness, money problems alone. Causes of disturbancesare I
FORT LAUDERDALE and domestic troubles. different in different localities Needs
Magnificent home, 3 bed- Cozy home, partially furnish- Some have been able to buy The best way to con- MAIDS
room, 2 tiled baths, I ed large completely fenced homes, cars, pay off old trol a riot is to prevent it. HOUSEKEEPERS, COOKS
floors, finished garage,par-oyard.. $6,000 total. $700 down. bills, get jobs, and ev.npay CHAUFFEURS, BUTLERS
tial air-condition and heated. Low monthly. 3147 NW 58th their children's way John Hanna HOUSEMEN AND NURSES

Custom-built cabinets and Street. Phone: 754-8286. through college and even
Live
in liveout. No
or Top fees.
built-in stove. Low cash down go into business of their Cited By U.S. wages.

payment. phone Miami 371- own.
2675 or 864-0854. (Indef.) FOR RENT All your problems, all your Post OfficeJohn
heartaches sickness
your ,
Large efficiency with enclosed -
Furnished. Quiet yourtroubles could be very W, Hanna, mail han+1
GROCERY'MEATS STORE porch. DAYCARE SERVICESfor
Ideal for couple. Good Income neighborhood. Suitable for well over with this adapted ler at Biscayne Annex, has
prayer on faith and belief. been cited by the U. S. Post
established 20 years. Total couple one or two children ac-
price $5,000. Cash required cepted. Near 73rd Street and Jesus shall agree said: If on two earth of you as Office Department for "sustained preschool children ages 3 to 6

$2,500. Call Mr. Morris. At- Miami Avenue. $20 plus utili touching anything that they mance above-average of assigned duties.perfor-" Begin January 2, 1968
las Mr. Hoffner, 757-9762.
Business Associates.7210 ties. shall ask it shall be done "
mane of assigned duties.
Biscayne Blvd. 754-3535. for them: the word ogresmeans
CHURCH
Nice clean room for single blending faith The Superior Accomplishment OUR SAVIOUR LUTHERAN
out
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man. 634-1365. and our desirefor specific Award, in recognition of 2362 NW 95th Street Miami, Florida
3 BEDROOMS Superior Performance, was
Little River Drive Area, Room for a nice clean gentleman. that purposes will, it is God faith act signed by Postmaster E. M. CALL 691-1672 OR 6888036EDISON
to
2 beautiful Homes to choose $13 per week 3160 NW miracles.You move. perform Dunlap on November 13, and

from, large lots, $16,500each 67th St. Near shopping center write foryour was sent to Mr. Hanna with a
$600 down. FHA terms. Call and bus stop. can pray- letter and a check for$250.00
erand, lessons today. Senda
now for location.A BenKori, less withholding tax.
serif addressed envelope
Realtor anytime 751-2243 Nice room in private home. along with a $2.00 donation -- Foreman of mails C. L. I Specials s
$13 per week. 696-5239. to: Bird, and General Forman T.

NO QUALIFYINGNice REV. L. HATTEN J. Bestklnd,supervisors of the

2 bedroom(CBS, partly Nice room for a working man. P. 0. Box 1176 department, gave unstinted

furnished, near Northside 5520 NW 15th Ave.A Pompano Beach, Florida praise to Hanna for his high HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR

Shopping, a real bargin for Visit our prayer and blessing degree of proficiency which BY BUYING YOUR FAMILY A HOME
$9,880. at $85 month. call for service. Call Area has saved the service an esti-
address. A. Ben.Kori Real nicely furnished efficiency. mated "12 hours
week
a
Code 305.972.S342..pom.pano or
tor 751-2243. 1756 NW 85th St. Mrs.Round- ((1)) $300 down FHA. Very nice CBS home, tilt roof
anytime tree. Beach, Fla. $2,352 on a yearly basis. Fla room, plus screened Fla porch. Fenced yard.Oil .

1 heat. Near 67th $t. and 5th Ave.,
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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For your new Home call us for
good buys. A. Ben-Korl Real- Responsible adult. Furnishedone Miami I Times ((2)) $300 down FHA. Nice CBS home, Fla room, tile

tor, anytime 751.2243.Allyou bedroom apartment $18 6530 NW 15th Avenue roof, garage. Near our office.
weekly Includes lights, gas,
,
need is and credit.
$200 good
water, waste removal. Apply Miami, Florida 33147 ((3)) $300 down FHA terms. Very clean CBS home,

BEAUTIFUL CORNERI Saturday between 12 and 2 carport, nice: yard. Near Miami Ave. and 68th St.
2221 NW 57th Street. Dear Sir : .
have a lovely 2 bedroom homeon
WE HAVE MANY HOMES & DUPLEXES. FHA TERMS :
large double corner lot with
Enclosed please find the of $
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with work shop. And only $50 1 bedroom CBS $19.00 to cover the cost of Ii____subscription to YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
down, $14,000 total FHA 1 bedroom Duplex $19.00 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET ANb CAN QUALIFY. ,
1 bedroom CBS Apt.$17.50Large the Miami Times.
terms. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, !
anytime 751-2243. CBS efficiency-$16.00 OPEN ALL DAY EVERY DAY
Deposit required. Moll Paper To. '

Duplex brings $140 a month LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY Address i i
IblSOH JEAITY Realtors
2020 NW 62nd St.Ph.633-7809
10 years old, must sell going City statrf" Zip Codes ,
back North 2784 NW 56th St.

Don't disturb tenants, call One Yr. $5.00 ( ) 175, m Mud St. ,751,2441 ,
624-8839 or 624-1209. Priceis J Room for rent 1430 NW 68th '
Street.
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L by his brother's bicycle George Goury, a 61yearold half of the fund for Negroes, stance, $40,000 will send a
sjp Monday afternoon, a Miami stockbroker and Goury said."They say it's like hundred boys -- do you rea-
T x ) seven-year-old boy died suddenly 1 businessman, has donateda discrimination in reverse," lize what this means to those
Tuesday at Jackson : $100,000 loan fund to four he said. "But I don't think so. boys?" he asked.
Memorial Hospital of a ruptured .local colleges, and has stipu- There's only one real solutionto He and his father "worked
kidney. 'lated that half of it will go to our racial strife and that's like hell" to get the young
Police said Mitchell Henry, I needy Negro students in Dade better education for the colored Goury through college by"us
who lived with his grandmother I County. people." ing post-dated checks, paying
Mrs. Cora Moreland, at Goury, a member of the He once established a scho- tuition in small units," he
2250 NW 166th St., was play- ,American Stock Exchange and larship fund at Notre Dame said. I
ing in front of the house while 1 board chairman of the Variety University butthefundwas Goury said now he is tryingto 1
his brother, John, 11, and two I Children's Hospital, es- rapidly depleted, he said. He pay back the debt. "I will ,
other boys were racing their 'tablished the fund to be divid- decided since then that the loan add more money to these I
bikes in the road. ed among the University of Mi- funds were more practical. funds. Youcan't takeyour I
Mitchell ran into the street, :ami, Barry College for Wo- "Fifty years from now money with you, and Pvebeen I
they said, ahead of the oncom- men, Miami-Dade Junior College somebody will be using these awfully lucky."
ing riders and into the path of ,and Biscayne College. funds. All a fellow has to do is He and his wife "have been
his brother, who could not He said that half-to-Ne- simply sign a note and go to showered with numerous blessings -
I I'I avoid knocking him down. I jroes plan "is to assure that school," said Goury.He two fine daughters,
I'I Getting up, he went into the I there will be ready money for discussed the problem many friends, good health,and
I Y house and told his grandmother :any Negro student who wishesto with an official of MiamiDadehe considerable of the world's
I'L. that bis stomach was I: seek a higher education andIt said. goods."
: hurting.. He still felt the pain is our ardent hope that many "He told me that $400 is all Applicants will need no col-
after an hour's rest, and he .will avail themselves of this the tuition needed to send a boy lateral or co-signer to get the
was taken to the hospital.He I opportunity." through for two years. I ask loan. He will sign the note and
was a pupil Bunche Some ofhisfr lends have ed him if he could honestly tell work out repayment terms
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonza Har- student at the University oi f park Elementary School. criticized him for earmarking me this small amount makes with the coli e g e. Interest
mon announce the engagementof Georgia, Athens,Georgia.The the difference between a boy will begin one year after grad-
their daughter,Elona Alfre- groom-to-be is a graduate ol f going to college and not going uation at the rate of three per
da to Dr. Howard Alva Hadley, Booker T. Washington High No More Common-Law and he said "yes." For in- cent, he said. 1
J. Jr., the son of Dr.Howard A.
School, FloridaA&MUnivers-
Hadley, Sr. and Mrs.Flora
Hadley. The bride-to-be is a ity, Tallahassee, Florida, and Marriages Legal
graduate of Miami Northwest- Howard University Medical Negro Serves In |
ern Senior High School and'a School,'WashIngton,'D-.:C, As the New Year breezed in, marriage. Florida Joins 36 'I
it blew out Florida's common- other states which already
Maw marriages-at least from ended the practice of allow- Mississippi Legislature i
now on. ing couples to be Joined in ,

Liberty City Lighting The bridal couple must havea matrimony without benefit of Rep. Robert G. Clark took reception as "verywarm."
I' true-true wedding.They must license, Judge or parson. his seat in the Mississippi When the session adjourned;
Under the old order it took
have blood test, wait three a House of Representatives several lawmakers went to his 1
To Be DedicatedLiberty days, then say "I w ll"beforea divorce couple court who to had untie lived an unwed together Tuesday to become the first desk to shake his hands and introduce -
judge, preacher or notary Negro to serve in that body themselves.
for 90 days with the intention -
City is some 350- Home Owners Improvement public. of becoming man and since the turn of the century. Clark won his seatbyanarrow -
000 lumens brighter andsafer Association of 22nd Ave. By outlawing common law wife. Veteran observers say no margin over J, P. LoveIn
than It was a few weeks ago, Heights, Jefford Smith,Presi- Negro visitor has been per- last November election for
and this Improvement will be dent; and Gladeview Improve- mitted to walk on the floor of the seat from Holmes County,
ment Association John Davis, the House in the memory of
marked in a public programat a predominantlyNegrocounty.
7 p.m. Wednesday(Jan. 10)) president. Simms To Plan Summer anyone now living.
at the intersection of NW 75th The following program has The 38-year-old coach and A seating procedure in the
St. and 19th Ave. been announced for Wednes- educator at Lexington Junior House left Clark sitting alonein
Free refreshments will be day: College said he regarded his the chamber.
Youth
served. Brief speeches will be Music by Mia mi Jackson ProgramRobert
interspered with music. High School Band, directed by
Metropolitan Dade County Jacob Muscanera. Simms, 40, deputy The federal government is EOF/ Poverty Program
Mayor Chuck Hall will head a Invocation by the Rev. director of the Community Re- making an unspecified amount
group of Metro and City of Mi- W. Savoy, introduction remarks lations Board, was appointed of money available for a staffto
ami officials participating. by Roy Ross,introduc- Tuesday by County Manager plan ways of keeping next Will Get funds To
Metro Commissioner Lew tion of speakers and guests, Porter Homer to coordinate summer "cool."
Whitworth and City Commis- by Jefford Smith, Solo by Mrs. Dade's 1968 summer youth opportunity
sioner Mrs.Athalie Range will Dorethea Payne, Solo by Mrs. program. Homer congratulated the
be among the speakers.The Valdez Murry. Johnson administration for Continue HereThe
area lighted by the 508 Remarks by Neal Adams, advance planning in the tele-
new lamps is bounded by NW John Davis, CommissionerLew Simms came to Metro from gram sent to Vice-president Dade poverty program, It was because of the investigations 4
62nd and 79th St., 17th and 32 Whitworth, Mayor Chuck the local anti-poverty organi- Hubert Humphrey. which has been suffering with that the budgetwas
Avenues. Some of the mercury hall, and Commissioner M. zation. He will handle the new lack-of-fund-itis for several held up until clarifications
I vapor lamps are 4,500lumens; Athalie Range. Benediction by job along with his duties as "We believe experience months, will receive a shot of The Governor will receive -
some 11,000 lumens each. A the Rev. T. W. Wiggins. second man of the CRB. gained community leaders money because the regional the report of the investi-
lumen is a unit of light intens- last summer in mounting a director in Atlanta has said so gation from the State Attorneyhere
ity in this type of street lamp, crash recreation and employ- Dr. Ralph Phelps,regional I and he will find in it no
equivalent toonecandlepower.Whitworth ment program will be of great director of the federal officeof reason for holding back his ap-
pointed out that fMC Gets $15 Million value in developing a more ef- Economic Opportunity,said proval of the continuing of the
these lights will make,many fective program next sum- Tuesday that he would approve program, on which so many
Liberty City streets safer as mer," he said.ROBERT. as soon as possible the pro- Negroes are depending for ex-
well as brighter. "They defi- gram's budget for the current istence.It .
nitely contribute to traffic From HUD I fiscal year. was Phelps,however,who
safety and crime reduction," Said Phelps, "Barring any had been accused by the pro-
the commissioner said. new developments gram's director here of
RepClaude Pepperan- According plans,one dor-
i The operational cost will be I don't foresee or anticipateany harassing it by the investiga-
\ distributed among property :nounced Tuesday In Washing- mitory is to be built for women the program will be refunded tions. Phelps says now that,
owners served.Average assessment I tion that Florida Memorial and another for men at the as soon as we are able "My feeling is that a lot of pea
agains a 50-foot lot to do so." ple who were making very
is $5.82 for the first year,and College has been awarded a college site at NW 156th St.and But Phelps didn't say anything broad charges against EOPI
$5.34 for subsequent years, $1.5 million loan from the Department LeJeune Road. College about the possibility of backed down when they were

according to John J. McCue, ofHousingandurbanDevelopment spokesme n said construction Governor Kirk's veto, which told to put up or shut up."
director of the Metro Public can still hamstring the program As it stands now, EOPI has
Works Department. for student housing should begin in about 30 days. as it was the governor got an extension through Jan-
,) Three neighborhood Im- and student union facil who had ordered the Investigation uary of its authority to borrow i
provement groups have pushed ities. A $4 million academic facility that has not so far dis- unexpanded funds earmarkedfor
this project for the last is now under construction covered any wrongdoing, according special projects to meet
two years. They are: para a t the site, and the col- to the State Attorney's regular operating expenses,
Villa Heights Improvement The money is repayable lege plans to move from St. -- --- office. Phelps admits that he which means, that there will
Association, George H. from dormitory rents over a Augustine to Miami in the fall has discovered no criminal not be a payless payday
President United period of 40 years. of 1968. SIMMS actions by EOPI.
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Commissioner Athalie City Commission has signifi- funeral director and business

Range, Miami's first elected cance that goes far beyond her woman, now serving as chair- I
man of the advisory board of
Mrs. Rangeis
t Negro official, has been political victory.
the Roosevelt Savings and
i selected by radio station WIODas much more than the city'sfirst
Loan Association. She also is
commissioner
elected Negro -
the station's "Radio Wo-
fund raising chairman for
.
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man It of is the the Year first time such a "She is an able represen- Variety Children's Hospital,
__ and a member of board of
IJ selection has ever been made
tative of all Miami's people. directors of the Dade County
since the station was established of
Hers has been a voice rea- Community Relations Board.
here in 1925. son and integrity during timeof Among other organizationsin
At the same time Dr. Joe
,
intemperance and expediency -
which she is active are the
k Hall, Dade County Superintendent ," Dade County Young Demo-
of Schools, was designated -
Mrs. Range was appointed to crats, the Catholic Women's
WIOD's "Radio Man of the
the Miami Commission on Speakers Bureau, the Eco-
Year. Dr. Hall, who will retire -
on January 16th after 11 Feb. 14, 1966, to fill an unex- nomic Opportunity Program
has pired term. She won a sweepIng Board, the Carver Branch
years as superintendent,
victory over two opponentson YMCA, the Federate Woman's
seen the Dade school system
Nov 21 in retaining her seat Club, the Human Relations
advance to the point where it
.. ..... -.is- -H now is the seventh largest in by election. Board and the Dade County
She is a licensed and actite PTA Council.
Reading from left; Mrs. Mitchell flolfson, president; Mrs. Robert C. Mitchell, the nation.

chairman; Mrs. Frederick J. McCartney, executive director; Mrs. Theodore R. Gib- Selection of the "Radio Man

I son, co-chairman; Dr. Thomas E. Posey, assistant to the director of the Office of and Woman of the Year" was
made the WIOD Editorial
International Training, Agency for International Development; Mrs. Thomas. E. Posey, Director by Joe Browder, Pro- Crimes Reduced; Is Headley
and the Honorable Judge Donald Wheeler Jones.
gram Director Elliot Nevins,
and News Director Roger Car- Responsible?
CfV Buffet Dinner Party ter on the basis of nominations
submitted by the station's news
I Figures released by the police -
department.The Has police Chief Headley'sshotgun
for foreign StudentsIn dominating factor in and dog approach been showed that there were 71
consideration of the nomineeswas responsible for the reductionof robberies during Dec. 23, 24,
"the one man and the one crimes in the Negro sectionsin 25, 31 armed robberies, and
her home lake Inc. which includes the University Mary Demartino Ruby pierce
elegant by a woman who have done the most Miami from the Christmas 27 strong arm robberies; and
at 8430 NW 10th Avenue Mrs. of Miami in the program and Gwen Rosin: Mesdames
,
for our community during the weekend high rate to the New that Negroes committed 55 of
Gloria Braynon Robinson was Mildred Gosier, Thelma last year." Year's low rate? the 58 and whites only three.
the gracious hostess to members The group was officially Joes, EvadneYCurlinJacobs, A WIOD editorial broadcastat
/ and friends of the Coun- welcomed at Mrs. Robinson's and Sylvia R. Rolle; Percival the time of the news an- The police department has For December 30, 31, and
cil for International Visitors home by the Honorable Stephen Brown and Moses Perry, Jr. nouncement eulogized Mrs. reported that robberies in MI- January 1,13 robberies were

last Thursday evening from p. Clark, Mayor of Miami, as The steering committee Range for"her efforts in behalf ami dropped from 58 duringthe committed, with Negroes responsible -
6:30 to 930. he designated the Honorable composed of members and of many community Christmas weekend to 13 for 12. These were

The memorable occas- judge Donald Wheeler Jonesto friends of CIV who sponsoredI groups, and for her work in lathe New Year's weekend armed robberies and strong
ion was a Buffet Dinner Party represent the City of Miamion I entertainment are Mes- improving inter-racial communications after Police Chief Walter armed robberies, with seven
sponsored by some leaders of this occasion. dames Joe Bellamy, James ." Headley issued his get-tough of the former, and six of the

our community for foreign The Honoree of the evening, Cherry, James, Crawford, "Her election to the miami warning last week. latter.
student participants from the Dr. Thomas E. Posey, Assis- Daniel E. Johnson, Forrest W.
Agency for International De- tant to the Director of the Of- Reynolds, Verneka Stirrup

velopment, U. S.State Depart- fice of International Training, Silva, Charles L. Williams;
ment, Washington, D. C. The was presented the Key to the Dr. Ira P. Davis; Messrs.
thirty-seven students12from City and a Seminar Commem- Charles R. Hadley, Nathaniel
Africa, 11 from the Far orative Scroll by Judge Jones. Mosby, E. N. Taylor; o- .1:' ; 'I' '! :" 'Enjoy modem living

East, 7 from Near East South Mrs. Posey was also surprisingly chairmen; Mesdames ,.
"w. HW' '"
Asia, 4 from Latin America, honored with a beautiful Theodore R. Gibson and : ,'. : .: \ the total-electric way.

and 3 from the U. S. A. -- are corsage of pink carnations.A Robert C. Mitchell.
presently in training primarily most delectable turkey The committee thanks its
in graduate schools at uni- dinner, catered and served by many friends for supporting I
versities throughout the Unit- Joe Bellamy with beautiful this activity which there
ed States. This was one of the background music of the sea- were 75 in attendance. In ad-

events of the Christmas Lead- son, rounded out the Christ- dition to many who are nam-
ership Seminar focused upon mas spirit after Rev. William ed and some who are not mentioned

"Study of a Community inAc- F. Savoy gave"Theblessing." special appreciation is ,, '
tion' held December 22-30,by Charming hosts of the even- hereby given toPerry's
the Council for International ing were Misses Irma Bodie, Florist and Johnson of Miami

Visitors of Greater Miami Susan Carter, Mary V. Davis Photography Studio.
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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January 5, 1968 3

I Father' Charged With Murdering His Children $75,000 Anonymous Gift To

Will Stand Trial .. I
June 10

Slum Youth'
Help i NAn
James Richardson, the fruit The first degree murder John Justice of Sarasota, set',
picker, who was first accusedof charge stems from the deathsof aside three weeks for the trialto
anonymous New Year's ed this month. the new corporation gets official ]
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poisoning seven of his child ,Richardson's seven small be held in Arcadia, in this t
gift of $15,000 was givena She said that non-profit status from \
with food will face youngstersfrom
ren trial children, last October, after cattle town's old courthouse.
Coconut Grove Mon- the state it will be
group depressed neighbor- run by a
for the murder of one child. eating a meal of grits, rice,
day. The objective of the group hoods will have a chance to do director with poverty young-
The murder trail will be beans, and hogshead, in which Richardson's lawyer had
is to help slum youth cope with minor repairs on furnitureand sters at his side. \
June 10. Richardson's white parathion poison had been said that he would ask for a
the problems of poverty and make simple items like sur- Officials hope it can be turn-
attorney, who.Is handling the mixed. change of venue if the trial was d
the temptation of crime. veyor's stakes from ed over entirely to the youths
case without a fee,he said,has DeSoto County Circuit Clerk scheduled for hearing in Ar- scrap tin
"Coconut Grove Cares" lumber. she
a
said.
Richardson free on $7,500 Leslie Avant said on Wednes- cadia, where the seven child year, >j
will use the to set a "Coconut Grove Cares"was
money up
bond. day, that the presiding Judge, ren died. After a deducation of 20 percent 1
business
non-profit about
offering organized three '
to purchase equipment f
youngsters paying Jobs in min- months ago when citizens were
and f o r expansion the '
earn'I i
South Africa's Apartheid Did Not Affect or manufacturing.Mrs.repair workandsimple. street shocked crimes by in the the increase commun-of ings will be divided equally \

I among the workers, she said. ,
Elizabeth Virrlck of
Heart TransplantCape the Dade County Conferenceon ity.It aims at reaching young- The group is considering j
Civic Affairs said the group sters in their teens and early two locations in the neighbor-
Town, South Africa.transplant was performed on-saving his life came from a hopes to get the project start- 20s. Mrs. Virrick said that if hood for the shop. \
where racial separation is Tuesday when Dr Barnard man that was colored.
strictly observed in accor- Just took the heart of a colored i

dance with the laws of the man who died of a stroke The dentist, Dr. Philip Bai- IMOffheW5 Appointed to Juvenile '
country a colored man's heart and it into
transplanted the berg, was near death from a 'I
was placed in a white man's heart of a white man,a dentist heart ailment that had pre-
body to save the life of the lat from Tel Aviv, Israel, who vented him from supporting I Special Legal Unit ;
said that he couldn't care less his family in Israel when he -
ter.The The Juvenile and Domestic
third human heart whether the heart that was agreed to the operation. Relations Court announced ( IIIa

this week the appointment of r

Weissenborn Heads Migrant Labor Willie J. Matthews to a spec-
I ial legal unit within the Juve-
nile Court. Mr. Matthews is a

Problem Investigation former Youth Hall Officer.He
has been serving with the Dade
WI r
Florida's migrant labor ville and J. Emory "Red" state in which migrant labor is County Juvenile Court as an
a
problems will be looked at in Cross of Gainesville. employed. Assistant probation Officerfor

depth by a special interim leg- Pointing out that Florida is Weissenborn said he had already three years and has dis-
islative committee to be head- one of the two or three states:< asked theRt.Rev. Msgr. played outstanding ability in
ed by.SUte Senator Lee Weiss- employing the largest numberof George C. Higgins, Directorof his work.

enborn of Miami.Weissenborn migrant laborers,Weissen- the Social Action Depart- a
was namedto born said that the committee ment of the United States Mr. Matthews is a graduateof ry

the post by Dade State Sena- would concern itself with all Catholic Conference,a leading George Washington Carver
tor George Hollahan, Chairman phases of the problem,including expert in the problems of mi- High School and holds a Bachelor f

of the Legislative Coun- pay scales,housing,health grant labor inAmericatoserve .of Arts degree in Sociologyfrom
cil, the powerful group which and education. "We will seek as a special advisor to Fort Valley State Collegein
designates areas to be studied out and pinpoint the problemsand the committee, and that Rev. Fort Valley, Georgia. He is
between legislative sessions. then we will come up with Higgins had accepted married and lives at 3140 Hibiscus -
Other legislators namedtothe suggested legislation to solve The Migrant Labor Committee Street with his wife and '

Migrant Labor Committee include the problems," said Weissen- will function as a part of family. i

Representatives James born. The Dade State Senator the overall Health, Welfareand
stated that Of-
Walker of Naples, Tommy Stevens said that hearings will be heldin State Institutions Committee Judge Stone
o f Dade City, Mary Griz- the Lake Okeechobee grow- of the Legislative Council, ficer Willie J. Matthews is a ,1
of Dade
fine example a County
zle of St. Petersburg,and Senators ing area, in theSouth Dade which is headed by Represen-
born and raised in this
boy .
John Fisher of Jackson area, and in other areas of the tative Dick Hodes of Tampa '
community, Vho has,achieveda \.
successful position and an working with police agencies concerning the commence-
,
.u { m yr y.,' >' outstanding reputation and as a liaison officer and spec ment of cases in the Juvenile

professional ial duty assignments and Court under the new Constitu-
Among his new duties will be working daily with attorneys tionalRights Procedures. J

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Award in Human Relations" to the 75-year-old, predominantly Negro liberal arts ."" I" I

school which is the only college in America that is building a completely plant. HON. L. L. BROOKS, President f :
from St. Florida and will for classesin ,
The College// is relocating Augustine, open '
Miami in September, J 1968. '. GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager .. '
Trustees.Burr is shown with Reverend Edward T. Graham, chairman of the College Boardof '!">" CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director I


Burr will speak at the Diamond Jubilee plus one dinner of the College on March
If I am to enjoy a better I life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks 1
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 5, 1968

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T NewsCommentary


To Be Equal ,


By Whitney Young, Jr.
By John A. Diaz
Office 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Fla. 33U7-PhoneI691.0421 Executive Director
National Urban League
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor .... ter. -- CHIEF HEADLEY's IMPROPER CHOICE OF WORDS

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor <
The New Year- Sometimes we put our feet in our mouths. Persons with direct -

National Advertising Representative contact with various segments of the community must

Amalgamated Publishers Inc. and DoubtsThis j make proper choice of words, if they want to avoid getting into
310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 Hopes trouble with one segment or another
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 look Into When Chief of Police Walter Headley last week mentioned
Is the time of year when all the "experts"
and dogs for Negro criminals, some Negroes imme-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES (their crystal balls and tell the rest of us what is going to happen i shotguns
remembered Eugene Bull" Connor, commissioner of
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 ; in the next twelve months. I don't have any crystal ball, (diately
Alabama racist who
public Safety in Birmingham, a prided
but who tries to predict what will happen on the race
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post anyone himself in knowing how to handle the Negro and keep him in his
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 relations scene in 1968 is faced with a cloudy picture. ] "
The coming year could either be the most dangerous in dec- "place.
"CREDO OF We can emphatically say that Walter Headley is no racist.He .
THE NEGRO PRESS"The
since the periodof
ades or it could be the most productive peak
,
NEGRO PRESS believes that America con best lead has no Negrophobia. He never treats Negro leaders with
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto the civil rights movement 1964-65.. 'disrespect. It is well known that when he had an assistant who
every man regardless of his creed or color his human The obvious danger point is this summer. Is the country in
and legal rights. Hating no racel( no man-the Negro for another round of urban rioting?The conditions which caus- j manifested any anti-Negro attitude,Headley went over his head
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men !and did what he thought was right, regardless of race.
In
some
ed riots in the past few summers are still there. ways
hurt
are as long as Is held bock.
anyone This writer remembers very well when he was chased away
they are even getting worse. Negro unemployment, for example -
from a bench in BayfrontParkinthe 1950's by a policeman on

% JEdilar'sOPPORTUNITY otebook This, is winter actually has been rising.marked by lotsofreports about spec- (duty, Chief Headley received a complaint from this corner,

ial riot training for police and National Guardsmen, but next j and immediately the policeman was removed from that beat;
and those when it was"illegal"for to sit
conditions in the were days Negroes
FOR COLLEGE to nothing has been done to assure that living
ghetto imp r o v e. I suppose that when warm weather begins in (on a bench in Bayfront Park.

Present day students are burdened with educational oppor- the Spring all sorts of crash programs will be thought up, and The Office of Public Information of Dade County Public Safe-

tunities, provided they are interested enough to take advantageof the usual mobile swimming pools and token summer job programs ty Department issued a statement recently that is now time-
when for and im- will into ly.This is what was said in that leaflet:
them. Time was it was difficult many -- go action.
"There is a growing lack of respect for law enforcementby
for
possible some--even if they wanted to enter college.
Today with such an ambition can find But this has never been enough, and it certainly won't make j many disadvantaged and alientated citizens in our big cities.
anyone way.
{the situation any less explosive. I'm looking toward March for "
This feeling often extends to youth.
Recently, a 61-year-old Miami stock-broker and businessman -
has donated a loan fund of$100,000to four Miami col- j an event which could start things moving again. That's when That Is true. But we very seldom hear from the white power

the President's Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders will structure, that crimes of youth are traceable to the youths' environment -
leges with a stipulation that half of the will to needy
money go
make its formal Fro that it will not be a
report. hoping just
Dade County Negro students. poor housing, parental inability'to take proper care

The donar is George Coury,a member of the American Stock !post-mortem report on what happenedlast summe ,lbut that it (of them, because of low wages, discriminatory practices in

Exchange and board chairman of the Variety Children's Hos- will give the nation a blueprint for ma.ssiveaction for change. ,employment, as refusing to hire Negroes in other than menial

capacities, and refusing to promote Negroes In employment.
pital. Massive action is what is needed. I've been callintr for a
Since it is known that boy can attend college for two years ;Domestic Marshall Plan to do for the ghetto what we so Chasing criminals with dogs and shotguns is not unlike clos-

at a cost d$400, Ye Editor is certain, or at least hopes, there willingly did for our allies and even for our former enemies ;ing the barn door after the horse has escaped. We should like

will be 100 boys attending colleges because of the donor's gen-j inWestern, Europe. to ask big business executives,how many Negroes in your em-

erosity. ployment that are not only sweeping and mopping the floors,

After the war we put those nations back on their feet with !and doing all of the dirty work in your establishment? How

DADE MANAGER REPORTS .economic aid which ran to about $17 billion. But our own poor many have been promoted from the menial to the white collar

l people -- about 30 million of them.. are still waiting for such 'class? When you ask an employment agency,or when you order

County Manager P. W. Homer has made his report for 1967 ;action right here in the USA. the insertion of a help wanted advertisement in the newspaper,

to the Board of Commissioners. do you have competence, or the applicant's color in mind?

Important transactions include transfer of 18,468 acres of We talked recently with a white executive at the advertisingclub

land on Virginia Key to Environmental Sciences Services Administration Wiping out slums,poverty, and racism should be our number at the Everglades Hotel about business conditions. Thenwe

for construction of an East Coast laboratory and one priority. It isn't now, and never has been. That's why we mentioned the employment of a Negro in his department;

to the University of Miami for a Marine center. are in the mess in which we find ourselves. I'm not saying 'he then became suddenly speechless.A .

Established new County Depatment of Housing and Urban' other things aren't important,' but when our major cities har-
prominent Negro leader told us last week that he was sick
Development through consolidation of the former Urban Re- bor misery and degradation and some of them drive people to ,
and tired of lip service in the situation. He
newal Agency, the Minimum Housing Division of the Building 'desperate rioting, then there should be no doubt about what race prctiem
wants to see some action in the right direction he said. Jobs
and Zoning Department, and transfer of the City of Miami's 'comes first. ,
Department of Neighborhood Rehabilitation. for Negroes that are seeking employment can be the answerto

Provided as part of the budget for the current fiscal year a But so far our urban crisis doesn't rate the same priority Jesse race tension, he thinks.
McCrary Assistant General have hit
record pay and benefits improvement package for all as the in Attorney may
County war Vietnam not to
employees estimated at $6.5 mention such other costly programs -i the nail on the head when he said last week before a group of
million. I like the space race. The painful progress of the anti- white lawyers "I have to with mort-
Included in the package was a$300 yet see a man a $20,000
per year salary increase 1 poverty bill is proof of this. "
,
for all employees, an improved longevity plan, time-and-a- gage rioting

half payment for over-time and numerous selective salary in- Then this law enforcement attorney added, "Every day we
The President first proposed the bill last .
'creases for individual classifications. Spring, and asked see
corrupt
for about $2 billion for the judges, corrupt policemen, corrupt prosecutors,
The first \
Provided staff program. from
assistance for the County Attorney's offices response it's highly unreasonable to expect respect for law."
to the Dade Congress and political leaders was talk of breaking up the Office
Delegation during the and -
regular extended ses- The higher rate of crimes in the Negro sections of Miamican
sions of the State of Economic Opportunity, which administers most of the
Legislature. not be
denied.
programs in the War on Poverty. i It's a terrible situation; it is lamentable.But .
the cause of the crimes must be taken into consideration,

TIMES ARE CHANGED and something should be done to remedy the conditions causing
That was fought off,but it was followed by talk of drastically
Certainly the times are changed,and happily so, changed for 'cutting funds. Then various amendments to the bill were offer-
One of the
the better all over the country. 'ed, reducing the effectiveness of the program. Meanwhile, i highest authorities on criminology ThorstenSel-

money was running out, and cities all over the country were ling, has said, "Crimes are due to cultural isolation -

Today Negroes are occupying positions in government and 'dropping programs or cutting them back for lack of funds. ; or deprivation which race prejudice, overt or subtle, has

otherwise that not so long ago seemed impossible. In our news afflcted upon Negroes to some degree." It is also his opinion

this week we find that in Mississippi, yes,Jackson, MississippiRep. Finally -- a few weeks agothe program was passed. It j and that of many other authorities,that crime is due to No inborn -

Robert G.Clark, Negro,took his seat in the Mississippi j provides less funds than the President asked for, even though racial trait.

House of Representatives. To this Ye Editor says, Amen. l his request was far less than is needed,and it has provisions
about
Writing Miami
two
years ago, Whitney Young stated,
which reduce the role of
the in
poor community action I
programs "The family here lives in poverty or right next door to it. But,
.
Clark is 38 years old. He won his seat last after
November by a : chopping cotton Alabama for$9 a week, bussing dishes
narrow margin. If a Negro can go to the Mississippi Legisla- in a Miami Beach hotel for $45 a week and living a concrete -
ture, what's wrong with Florida? What do you think the respose would have been to such action < monster apartment house ;
or in the dreadful frame
bungalows -
on a defense bill It is obvious that ending poverty is pretty ; of "Good '
Bread
Alley still
beats
I low on the nation's scale i of priorities. Until it gains a greatj j f not by an Alabama shanty,
We are also pleased to note that Richard very much.
Gordon Hatcherwas I er sense of urgency on the part of our leaders, urban unrest
inaugurated as mayor of Gary, Indiana. will remain at the top of the list of our national problems. ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES

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Does our Creator have a I have no quarrel with any also tells us that His name flections of His attributes. nd
name by which He can be name by which our Creator is
shall change. (Isaiah 52:2,and Therefore, their names iden-
known? He has been called bya called for
we need a form of
rev. 2:17 and 3:12): ). It also tify with Him who sent them.
number of names: God, Je- Identification in our worldly states
that eventually His According to this theory, one 1
hovah, Allah, El and Yahweh, languages. "God is a Spirit and name shall be one.Zechaeiah can see that the Creator does ,1
for example.I must be worshipped in Spirit
14:9). have a nameandthatthename HADLEY MRS. SWEETING
believe that because He is and Truth." Not knowing the Is it possible, then, that the changes in each age. Regard- MR. POITIERDr.

the Creator, and because language ofthesplrltual Creator does have a name by ing the Day when His name will Howard A. Hadley, Jr., serving his internship at Mt.
world must be satisfied
names are created things: we which He may be properly cal- be one, I believe this refers 'Sinai Hospital, the most difficult position doctor can
with the any young
identifica-
"Tools" designed to help men symbolic led; that His name does to the time when Christ's prophesy 'obtain, in the North, East, West or South to be an intern in a
understand each other, names tions we can use, be they Je- change, and that some day His of"the one fold and onesheperd' '"white' hospital, for being the first ,
Negro in that in
hovah, God or Allah.Their differences name will be one?I believe that capacity
given the Creator are merely so. is fulfilled. At that hospital, and for the grand job he is doing there.
lie in the normal dif
symbols used to Identify Himas I believe that the name by time, we shall also have a uni- Mrs. Inez Sweeting, wife of the columnist and theatrical editor -

our Heavenly Father.If this terence of languages, but all which He be properly called is versal language, and all may of The Times, for being among the few who can celebrate
Identify Him the
is so, no earthly name can be as Creator. the name of His Manifestations call Him by one name "For a silver wedding anniversary,with her charm beauty and con-

His true name, for that whichIs There are several ref- or Teachers He sends in each then will I turn to the peoplea stancy Let us know of other silver anniversary, celebrants.,

created can never properly erences in the Bible about the age, such as Abraham, Moses, pure language, that they may: Sydney poitier, the Miami born now world famed actor, for

describe or befit the Creator. Creator's name. For example: Christ, etc.He known all call upon the name of the 1 his superb performance in his new picture "Guess Who's

We cannot lower the Creator Psalms 91:14 and Isaiah 52:6. through these Great Teachers Lord, to serve Him with one 'Coming to Dinner;" and for being nominated for, another Oscar

to a created level. Interestingly enough,the Bible because they are perfect re- consent." (Zephaniah 3:9)), for his acting in "To Sir, With Love:
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omu 01 I iiosmtitOPPORTUNITY Postage Rates 'Increase
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:l. : Leo Adderly. My day reminded postal customers ounces of individual pieces of a
Center Attorney that increased rates third-class mail. Unsealed -
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Letters the Editor
tax exemption Is a Constitutional right given t to Mr. Dunlap pointed out that rate on. unsealed greeting
Florida residents which allows them to declare the first Five the new rate for post cards will cards will not go Into effect
Thousand Dollars assessed property value on their homes and i LEAGUE PRESIDENT ANSWERS CHIEF HEA'DLDear Y( be five cents and for airmail until January 7 and until then .

contiguous property exempt from taxation. Mr. Headley: post cards eight cents. they can be mailed at the old ,
The new rate of six cents rate of four cents.Postmaster I

Any homeowner who permanently resides on property where The problem of criminal acts against our citizenry, is cer- per ounce for first-class mill Dunlap also !'{
others are legally or naturally dependent upon him for suppor!' talnly a problem that commands the concern and interests of applies up to 13 ounces and the noted that effective January 7 II
is entitled to this exemption.The applicant does not have to behead 1 most residents. The alleviation of crime would make our com- new arate of 10 cents per ounce special handling will be available -
of a family to enjoy this tax advantage.The munity safer for all, and all positive actions toward this end for airmail applies up to on third-class parcels .
would certainly be supported by the majority of our law-abid- 7 ounces. Under the new rate weighing between eight f
homeowner must be living on the property as his bona ing citizens. structure all first-class mail and sixteen ounces were ,
fide and legal residence January 1st of the taxable year because However, let me point out, that the target population you have over 13 ounces and all airmail transferred from fourth to
this is the assessing date which establishes the statusof selected, namely Negro males between 15 and 21 years of age, over 7 ounces will be merged third-class mail.
the property for the taxable year.And, one declaring home are not responsible for the major portion of criminal activi- into a single category. There will be no changes in
stead exemption must apply for it with the County Tax Asses ties in the City of Miami. What about the multitude of "gang- These heavier pieces of the charges for special delivery ,
sor's office before April 1st of the taxable year. Once'appliedfor 'I land" slayings? What abou the bombings? What about the first-class mail applies up to special handling, reg-
this exemption is not automatically renewed from year to 1' strong armed robberies of millions of dollars in jewels first-calss and airmail sub- istered mail, certified mail, ,
year; it must be applied for each year the property owner and furs?What about the rings of bolita and prostitution? These ject to the single rate schedule cash on delivery or insurance,
claims the tax advantage. Should one move from residencehe 1! violations of rights and property take a much greater share of will be delivered by the fast- Mr. Dunlap said.
has declared to be his homestead, such tax exempt status 1: life and liberty, yet these acts do not occur only in the slum est available means of trans- "We have an ample of one-
would be lost on this particular property. A special exceptionapplies 1 I areas, but In plush suburbia; they are not committed solely by portation.A cent stamps on hand," Post- I
to military families Where the husband or other mem- black youths, but by well dressed, "respectable persons of all flat rate of 80 cents will be master Dunlap said, "for
ber of a military family is cased to active duty in the Armed groups. charged for all mail in this those people who have five-
Forces of the United States, and the absent owners considerthe And what about the lawful black residents of this community, category up to one pound. For cent stamps and need one-cent '
vacanted premises as their permanent home, to the exclusion who have never had the "protection of the law? Did not the all mail weighing more than stamps to make up the post- J'
of all other places, they are entitled the exemption., nightly shootings, robberies, murders, knifing of our black one pound,the present air par- age required under the new
Also, homestead exemption may not be transferred from o)[citizens cause concern? Or, does It still require a black-white cel post rates will continue to rates."
owner to another, or from one property to another. Should the 1, confrontation for concern on community problems?What about apply except, that the postageon Higher rates also will go
owner sell his property after January 1st of the taxable yearand : the rights and protection of the majority of our citizens, black matter weighing betweenone Into effect Jan. 7 for all cate-
file for exemption before April 1st,the property would be 1 and white, who are victimized daily directly or indirectly by and five pounds wil changeat gories of second-class mail,
exempt through the taxable year, 1.e., December 31st. The new organized crime? half-pound intervals rather bulk rate third-class mall,
owner would have to apply for tax benefits between January 1st t t If this community is to move forward, then criminal laws and than one pound intervals. controlled circulation mall,
and April 1st of the next year, and between the same dates on 1 the enforcement of criminal ws must apply equally to all citi- Postmaster Dunlap said that and the educational materials
each and every year thereafter, to en joy this beneficial privi zens. Let us not lose sight of the multiplicity of criminal ele- the new rate structure will category of fourth-class mail.
lege. Further,the prior owner would ha veto reapply for home ments In this community. A war on all criminals, yesl A war mean a reduction of postage on Mailers using these classes
stead exemption on his new property, assuming he now owns: only for black criminals, no! some parcels. who need information on the
and resides on another property Within the State. Another rate change that new rates should contact the
Sincerely, will affect the general publicis local Post Office, Postmaster
Aliens on permanent visas, as well as citizens of the United Mrs. Louis Glasser, President the increase from four to Dunlap said.
States, who are legal residents of Florida, are entitledto Greater Miami Urban League
homestead exemption on property owned within the State. t

Alen political refugees in Florida on temporary nonimmigrant NAACP And OSU Anree On Jobs For Nanrn Crnftcmfin ,
visas who reside within the State would not qualify for the exemption ... ..
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manent residence" in good faith. Columbus, Ohio.-'Under) tional labor director; Dr. struction regardless of their 12 that Negroes will no longer !
terms of an unprecedented David McConnell and.WilliamJ membership or nonmembership tolerate exclusions from the I
As previously stated, one must have the legal or equitabletitle agreement reached between Davis, chairmen,' respectively in the craft unions. highivage Jobs controlled by 'e'
to te real property the assessing date to claim home- Ohio State University and the of the Columbus The university has obtained some of the unions. j
stead exemption. Thus, the owner of a single family dwelling, National Association for the NAACP Branch's labor and industry written pledges from the con- Mr. Hill hailed the agreement ,'
trailer owner who owns and uses the land as his permanent Advancement of Colored Peo- and legal redress committees tractors that Negro Journeymen as a major breakthrough "
residence, co-owners of a duplex, and persons having an own- ple, 135 Negro craftsmen are Stephen E. Lance, and apprentices will be and predicted that it "wllLbe
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ership Interest in a co-operative.. would be entitled to the assured employment in the university constructor, con- employed an paid union rates used as the! basis for negotia-
exemption, provided they meet all other requirements. Where construction of the Uni- firmed the agreement on be.- for their respective crafts. tions and court actions in other
property on which the exemption is claimed is owned by two versity's $12 million medical agreement provided the The agreement is regardedas states." He further noted that
or more persons, they will each be entitled to the exemptionin science building. In addition, first implementation of an historic further indication of the "for the first time state
proportion to their respective interests not to exceed Five 35 apprentices will be given decision handed down, NAACP's determination to agency has required both
Thousand Dollars on any one property. On the other hand, a training In various skills. last Mayl7, by U. S. District break the color bar in the prime and sub-contractors to
tenant cannot claim homestead exemption because he does not Announcement of the agree- Court Judge Joseph p. Kin- building trades and other oc- bypass lily-white union hiring
have legal or equitable title in the property Legal title in ment was made at a news con- neary. This decision placed cupations. It is in accord wih halls and to eliminate, in fact,
rented property is in the landlord. The landlord would also be ference here Dec. 28. by rep- upon state officials the responsibility Executive Director Roy Wil- the illegal closed shop in the
precluded from claiming homestead exemption on the property, representatives of the NAACP of ensuring em- kins' blunt statement to the building and construction
unless he resides there; and has others legally or naturally including Herbert Hillna ployment of Negro skilled AFL-CIO convention on Dec. trades."
dependent upon him living there with him, e.g.father and workers on all public con-

child, legally dependent; grandfather who supports grandchildren -
In family, naturally dependent.The .
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value of the property is not determinative of homestead RETURN TO THE LEADERSHIPS .ffi r- __ __ _
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6 THE MIAMI' I TIMES, 9qupry,5. 19.68j .
Get well wishes to: Livingston Pinder who underwent surgery -
I at Veterans' Hospital; Mrs. MableMolly) McFadgonwhoIs 'RidfMJftdJI
recuperating at home after eye surgery at Mt. Sinai; Gwen-
I dolyn Julius Howard at Baptist Hospital. ei9/ti
The Earl Mizells (Ruby) and sons, Errol and Ralph travel-
led to Ocala for a family reunion with the Donaldsons, Butter-
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fields and Hamptons. The celebration was held at the home of $
--. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Hampton, jr.
The farewell to an old year Is said with a nostalgic regret Brunswick, Ga., and Greenwood,S.C. were the holiday stops BY PRISCILLA REDDING
and an anticipating eagerness. For now we embark upon a new for the George Carters and sons, Derrick and Dwayne. l """'" *J

year .full of new promise, new hope and exciting new hori- Marie Cooper was a day late greeting her new granddaughter residents of Richmond Heights used a variety of themesin
zons. Tam e k a, second daughter of E. R. and Carol Hanna of The Christmas
their homes for the : holidays. The
The Christmas Day was made brighter this year for Monica Nassau. Tameka arrived Christmas Eve at Princess Margaret decorating evident throughout the
and Bill Hanna after their son,Sgt. William H a n n a talked to Hospital. spirit of Christmas was certainly com-

them from Weisbardon, Germany. Vacations are more fun at Nassau. It's a splendid resort munity. Club Is to
Heights Women's happy announcethe
that offers you an almost endless variety of fascinating and The Richmond
houseof it's annual Christmas Home Decoration contest.
of
II'1l marvelous things to do. Another world and only thirty minutesby winners
D the club.
Singer Harry Belafonte and his wife,Julie air. No wonder so many chose Nassau for their Christmas The prizes were donated by
hosted a small reception Wednesday in their vacation. Some of those who jetted to Nassau for the holidayswere First prize $15, Dr. and Mrs. L. Cryer", DDS., 13711 Madison

suite at the Statler Hilton Plaza between the Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Edna) Culmer, Emily Delancy, Street, "Christmas Scenery Galore.
performer's night club shows at the new Bertha Bui lard, Elouise Morris, Nancy Parker,Cassandra Second prize $10, Mr. and Mrs. Donald" Jacobs, 14821 SW

hotel. Hanna, Verna Youngb 1000, Alfred Hanna,Jol1en Taylor,Greg- 104th Avenue, "Fairy Land of Lights.
The reason for the Charles Trammells ory Jenkins, Barbara Jean Grogan,Claranell McKenzie, Flor- Third prize $5, Mr. and Mrs." James H. Parrish, 11225
(Lll) abscence from their home was the deathof ence Dawns, Gussie Nelson, Carrie Bethel,Jennifer DeVeaux, Washington Street, "Star Bright.
honorable mention and
a life time friend, Ollie Farmby of At- Lee Hamilton, Allen Taylor, and Cleora Brooks. The following homes were given : Mr.
Street 'Christmas In
lanta. Job Corps trainees at home on leave during the holidays Mrs. Charles Whipple, 15501 Pierce ,
THESE COUPLES UNITED IN I were guests of honor at a luncheon on Friday, December 29, Florida"; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, 10801 Perry Drive,
Weddings: are a time for- gaiety. for lestHARRY at the Biscayne Cafeteria Others attending were graduates of "Lights of Lights," on three homes; Mr.and Mrs. Jessie H.
Ing with good friends, for admiring the tiered cake and remembering the Job Corps and members of WICS (Women in Community McCollum, 10865 Perry Drive, "Originality"; Mr. and Mrs.
the same event In your own life. Service), a voluntary recruiting screening organzation for Lawrence Sweeting 14825 Robinson Street,"Joy to the World"jMr. ;
All this happened when the marriage vows were spoken at the Women's Job Corps. and Mrs. Clarence Cryer, 13715 Monroe Street,"Silent
these weddings. Christmas Leadership Seminar for participants from Night Music' ; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Young, 14621 Harrison
Whitted-Johnson Agency for International Development, United States Department Street, "Christmas Time"; and Mr. and Mrs.Garfield Wash-
Juanita Leonie Johnson chose her mother and father'soscar of States were entertained at a Buffet Dinner party at ington, 10470 SW 150 Terrace, "Lights of Blue."
and Sybil) 27th wedding anniversary as her wedding day. home'of Mrs. Gloria Braynon Robbinson on Thursday, Dec. 28. Houseguesting with Mr.and Mrs. Claudius B. Jones(Thelma)
Juanita and Joseph Louis Whitted were married Saturday In the Among those the countries represented were 12 students and daughters were Mr.. Jones brothers Mr. Earl W. Jones,

Episcopal Church of the Incarnation. from Africa, 11 from the Far East, 7 from the Near East South wife Ovella and daughter, Mavis. .
Boggess-Mills Asia. 4 from Latin America and 3 from the United States. Mr. Jones is a noted educator in Shelby,North Carolina and
Cherry Anna Mills and Wilson Boggess, Jr., were marriedon Milton Devoe of 1742 NW 60th St,returned Mr. Johnnyson P. Jones, who Is a teacher at Cameral Mor-
Thursday, Dec. 28, at Greater Bethel AME Church. home after three years in the service with rison Training School of Delinquency in Hoffman,North Carolina. -
Jones-Cleare the 8th Division Band of the U. Army He I I They want to thank those who made their stay a pleasant
Lonia Patricia Cleare and Joseph Terry Jones were married will now attend the Berklee School of Music
Saturday in Christ Episcopal Church, Coconut Grove. in Boston. one.Guest for the Christmas holiday week-end of the James

Congratulations to: Dr. and Mrs. Ira P. (Louise) Davis were Crawford (Alma) family of 14250 MadisonSt.,was Miss Emma
The Rev. and Mrs. Eleazer Bain of 1414 NW 63rd Street, kept busy during the holidays entertaining, j Morris of Grand Bossa Liberia. Miss Morris, a student at
who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last Sunday at Bill and Joyce Oates and daughter LaTanya Strayer Business College of Washington, D. C., was in Miamias
their home with their children and grandchildren.Lt. of Tallahassee and Gwen Bass of Ft. Laud- a participant in the leadership seminar sponsored by the
and Mrs. Roland (Lois) Carey of the erdale. <' Council for International Visitors and the University of Miami.
U. S. Army returned to Miami after three Edna DeVeaux- jetted to Nassau to- attend The Richmond Heights Garden Clubs Annual Christmas party
/years in Alaska, to spend the holidays with the funeral i of her cousin, Ralph Wells.DEVOE: was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crispin Fife of 14960
his family Out of town guests who attended the wedding of Juanita John- Buchanan Street, on Saturday Dec. 23. Despite the sudden
Visiting Eleze Tynes are Daphne Hibbert son and Joseph Whitted were Hyacinth Rowe, Dorothy Cole- change in the weather many friends of the members turned out
and Phillip Wilkerson of Nassau. man, Philadelphia; Edward and Juanita Wallace and daughter, to enjoy a delightful party.
Mrs. Goldie Johnson and trEnd, Mrs.Gloves Faith, of West Palm Beach; Fredericka and Clement Curry and Friends of Mr. and Mrs.Charles(Anita Gray of 14000 Mon-
Martin of Jamaica, N. Y. are visiting daughter, Rose, Tampa; James and Lufisha Randell, Harcord roe Street are happy to see her up and about again after a brief
Mrs. Johnson's sister, Miss Hellena Green. Taylor, Nassau; Blovena Johnson, Brooklyn; Odell Whitted, stay at Baptist Hospital.Mr. .
.'Mr; and Mrs. Garlee Smith entertained witha Hillsborough, N. C.; andMrs. W. M. Summersett,New Brunswick and Mrs. James Alexander anddaughter Yvonne of
family dinner for Mrs. Johnson' her cou- N. J. Woo d rid g e, New York spent the holidays at their Richmond
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"? Frankie and Billy Rolle of Jacksonville are vacationing in Heights home onMadison Street.
It was reunion time fot the Trotman clan. The celebratiotook 1 Miami. Evelyn Gaymon and Eddie Davis were married at Christ the

place at the home of Mr.and Mrs. Sydney (Gevena) Trot- The J. L. A I b ur y s were happy to have daughters, Deanna King Church on Saturday, December 30.
man, 1041 NW 49th Street. Quinn and son, Julius, of Fayetteville, N. C.and Jean Albury, The bride is the sister of Mrs. Johnnie M. Morris of Rich-
From San Jose, California came Marva and Leroy Worthy a teacher In Gary, Indiana, home for the holidays. mond Heights.She is a graduate of Florida A&M University and
with sons, Lance and Leon; From New York City, Leroy Smith In our city for the funeral of Mrs. Blanche Roberts Cornell is presently employed as a Dade County Public Health Nurse.

and Henry Dean; and from Pompano Beach,Catherine Newbold., were James,D. Roberts, Jr., and Mrs. Loraine Wake Evans, The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis of
Leaving sunny Miami for a white Christmas was Alva Price Key West; Loquita C. Brewer, Leonard Brewer and Cornell
who spent the holidays in Baltimore. Lovell Richardson went t Francis, palatka. Florida City. He is a graduate of Florida A&M University and
to Harlem. Is presently employed as a teacher In the Dade County Schools.
Enjoying Miami's fun in the sun is Elise Wilson of Philadel- Mrs. Anthony (Quiline)Gardiner gave birth to a 7-pound boy, The couple will reside in Miami.. A delayed honeymoon will
phia. Elise is the houseguest of Wilbur and Irene Ellison. Ansel Eric, on Sunday, Dec. 31, Mt. Sinai Hospital. be made in the summer to Puerto Rico.
Here from Deland for a visit with Issac and Bettye Mears is Janice Reed, daughter of Mrs. Helen Reed, 11371/2 NW 1st Houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. Links ton Crye (Deloris) of
Ora Lee Harris.. Ct., was a December graduate from the Wome's Job Corps 13711 Mad i s on Street, were Dr.and Mrs.Rufus Loud (Gwen-
Florie Young Seabury of Ft. Lauderdale spent day in Miami l; Center in Clinton, Iowa. dolyn) of Freeport, La.Dr. Loud is a graduate of Southern Uni-
visiting friends and saying'good bye to son,Chester who Jetted Charles "Doc" Brooks Is down from Belmont Park for the versity and Me H a r r y Medical College and is now a Dental
off to C a 1 Ii f o r n i a to continue studies toward his doctorate. winter racing season. He's with L'mour Farms Training Cen- Practitioner.Mrs. .
Chester is a June graduate of Princeton. ter near Ft. Lauderdale. Loud holds a B. A. Degree from Fisk: University in
Houseguestlng with Verna and Joseph Youngblood are her Paula Rucker, Gwendolyn Faison and Willis Jackson returned Childhood Education.Dr. .
sister, Barbara Jean Grogan and children, Reginald, Cheryland to Tennessee A&I University for the winter quarter. Cryer and Dr. Loud were classmates in College as wellas
Deborah of New York City. The boys of North Dade Junior High School will have a pre- Dental School.
Mrs. Margaret Culmer's Christmas was brightened when sentation ceremony at Holiday Air Associates at the Opa-locka This was the Loud's first visit to Miami, while here they
sons Dr. and Mrs. H. Culmer and son, Miguel of Dallas and Airport on Wednesday, January 10, at 3:45: p.m. took a week-end trip to Nassau, Bahamas.Jack's .
Mr. and Mrs.George Culmer and daughter,Julia of West Palm Mrs. Leo (Olga) Wicks, and daughter Candy of New York
Beach came home for the holidays. City, are visiting relatives and friends in our sunshine city
Mae Patterson Joes and her mother,of Atlanta were house- Candy is a student In the Dorothy Maynor School of Arts in New
guests of John and Bessie Dennies of Opa-locka. York MEN'S WEARSEE

Julia :and Carl Jackson and a friend,Rowena Wilson are visi- Major and Sceiva Adams Holland of Washington, D.C. mis-
ting her mother, Mrs. Mary Ross. sed Christmas dinner at her parents,Nelson and Naomi Adams "MR. JACK"
Mrs. Connie Lautia of Arlington, Va. and Mrs. Lenarquathy but jetted down In time for the New Year's celebration FOR
of Washington, D.C. have escaped the bitter cold of their Mr. Edward A. Strachan and niece visited the Bahamas dur- STYLES FOR ALL AGES
hometowns and are enjoying Miami's balmy weather. ing the holidays.
The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
Charles and (Patricia) Lowrie of Washington, D. C. visited
Barbara Davis visited her
parents in Ft. Walton Beach, for SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
his mother Susie Lowrie for the
holidays.
Mrs.
Christmas, but rushed back to greet the New Year with her
Enjoying the sun and the surf after leaving 20 degree weather husband, Charles. ITALIAN SHOES
behind th Lafayette (Cheryl) Jacksons were a bit reluctantto
Among those visiting relatives during the holidays were the 944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA
return to D. C. They decided to visit Freeport before returning -
Hills (James, Deloris and son, Byron). They visited James'
home. mother in Titusville.Mr. .
Former Miamian, Juanita Kimball Wright of Harrisburg, and Mrs. Guy Davis of Stuart, Fla.,welcomed the New
the and Mrs. L. A. (Eugenia)
Pa., was houseguest Judge Year inwith Mrs. Maggie Davis as their houseguest. Beretha
Thomas, at their 41st Street home. Davis also Miami Times
visited relatives in Stuart during the holidays.
James and Elizabeth Edwards' children,Sherr,Yvonne and ', '
Floy spent the holidays In Nassau with their grandparents, 6530 NW 15th Avenue .

Senator and Mrs. Edgar R. Bain. Gallic Blessings for the New Year Miami, Florida 33147 -1>
Native Miamians, Nathaniel and Isadora Lightbourn of East "May the roads rise up to meet you,
Elmhurst, N. Y. and sons, Nathaniel, Jr., and Gregory, re- And the wind be always at your back. Dear Sir :
vently returned after eleven years, to spend the Yuletide with May the sun shine warm upon your face,

relatives and friends.Christopher And rains fall soft upon your fields. Enclosed please find the sum of $ -
and Eldora LaFleur honoredNathaniel and Isa- And until we meet again, may the Dear Lord
dora Llgbtbourn with a dinner party on Saturday at their 56th hold you in the hollow of His Hand. to cover the cost of a----subscription to

Street home. the Miami Times.
It's been 42 Christmas Days since Mrs. Ozzie Thorton and

daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.HildinHarris,had beenhome Mail Paper To.
(Cuthbert, Ga.) for Christmas. This yearthey decide 11 I NOTICE! Address -
It was time to celebrate with relatives and friends; so off they ADULT GIRL SCOUT VOLUNTEERS, IXORA I, WILL MEET,
went going home for the holidays, MONDAY, JAN. 8, AT 4 P.M. FIRST FEDERAL, ROOSEVELT City State. Zip Cod,.
Mrs. pearl :Stokes of Tampa spent theholidays with her BRANCH.
daughter and son-in-law Evelyn and Herbert Williams ol One Yc. $5.00 ( )
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National Council Of NAACP Annual Meeting I

And Dinner ScheduledNew f

Negro Women York How the Na- Associate's annual fellow-
tional Association for the Ad- ship dinner will be held here at
vancement of Colored Peopleand the Hotel New York Hilton.The
Center on Action"Action" .. civil rights generally far- Rev. Father James E.Groppi,
ed In 1967 will be set forth at advisor to the Milwaukee
and "revelance"were set in motion a plan adoptedat : ._' ; the Association's annual NAACP Youth Council, and
the keystones of the two- convention for the work of ". 1 t\ r : t.1'\,. () \ meeting there Monday, Jan- Charles Evers, NAACP field
day session of the Executive task forces to project, sup ,;; o. : "" \ ....!- .,. uary 8, In the report of Exe- director In Mississippi, will
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Committee of the National port, and implement the com- '.'..'J'.''.,'.'',' -- cutive Director Roy Wilkins to be presented with citations by
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Council of Negro Women at the prehensive program in which ',..M .. the organization's member- Bishop StephenG.Spottswood, .
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Penn Garden Hotel, New York the organization Is now involv ,, ,eO_. ship. chairman of the NAACP Boardof
City, December 16-17, 1967. ed. The president added that ... ; \ : Supplementing Mr. Wilkins' Directors.The L
Miss Dorothy Height, newly the urgency of community -- remarks will be a report on
re-elected president, sup problems would require a total activities of NAACP branches program Includes re-
ported by staff and project directors commitment and the full _. >l,'''' in their respective communi-t t,, marks by President Kivie
introduced soma new strength of the organization ties by Gloster B.Current,director Kaplan and Executive Direc-
programs and gave progress working as one. While the 1 :: of branches and field tor Wilkins. Mrs.Shirley Farmer f I''
reports of on-going programs, NCNW was always given voice : .\.. administration. Other depart- of the Mid-Manhattan
among others Women In Com- and stage to all constructive '-.. mental heads will be presentto Branch will be soloist.
munity Service to young girlsIn community programs, some- I -'.. ".. answer questions raised in Frederick O'Neal, the noted
poverty, Workshops in Mis- times exclusive of its own, a their respective fields. actor and president of Actors' \
sissippi on local community motion was made that the sec- On Sunday night, Jan. 7, the Equity, will be toastmaster. I
problems, and ProjectWo- tions must at all their public -
manpower which is recruitingand meeting, henceforth,promote,
training 6,000 Negro wo- publicize, and Interpret NCNW
men volunteers for community programs.
service and action.Sessions Progress reports were re- f
were devoted ceived from committees .j'i,.(
plans for Implementation of working on finances, member- I
the goals adopted at the annual ship, Development Fund, Life
convention of the organizationIn Membership campaign )
Washington last month the Bethune Memorial Cam-
where focus was on the theme: paign.A .
"Women -- the Crisis in the unanimous resolution was "
Black Community: Directionand passed expressing re- /;
Decision." membrance and appreciationto ...
Throughout the year mem- the family of Stephen an bers In all states will carry out Audrey Currier for their con-
programs dealing with local tribution to ,the whole civil

problems of poverty,civil,and rights movement and paticu- '
welfare rights, reasonable larly the support and en- 6/
abortion laws, consumer fraud couragement they gave to the ,,,:,, "i1TlaIlUaQe \',
protection, education, Negro work of the National Council of tio*

heritage, opportunities for and Negro Women. A ftMUltced
with youth, decent housing and Mrs. Flossie i Dedmond, ,
home ownership for low- Vice Pres.,pointed out that the
Miss Cecelia Antoinette and Mr. and Mrs, Campbell
income families day care National Council of Negro Wo- Jones of 21301 South Federal Jones. She is a graduate of
services job producing co- men was moving Into a new dimension Highway, Goulds, and Lt. Mays High School, and is cur
opeatives, and establishmentof for service and community Rutherford C. Wooten, Jr. of rently a junior at Barry Col-
household workers in train involvement unprece- Lovelady, Texas, were unitedin lege In Miami Shores. 9Wthnfllvt
ed collective ventures. dented in the history of the organization MiTrfo: !
holy matrimony on Dec 23,
The Executive Committee at 11:00: a.m.in Christ the King Lt. Wooten, son of Mr. and jQjufo**:

Catholic Church in Richmond Mrs. Rutherford Wooten, Sr., iflrtct: : foiling:, Hajf,.3Mfc tbtir** yaw frvwW*
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Heights. of Lovelady, Texas, is cur-
I Social Security Could Pay Cecelia, daughter of Mr.and rently attending graduate bequtjf sofort or tittfrtiof* .
Mrs. Benjamin A. Jones and school at the University of New .
For Your EducationA granddaughter of Mr. Arthur Hampshire. H e is a graduateof .ftfttotiM
and the late Mrs. Polly Mays Praire View A& M College.
good education is often the tried, between the ages of 18L
doorway to a better job and a l and 22 who may be entitled to '
Teachers Dr. Joe Hall 'Ii I
better standard of living. Student social security benefits on the To Honor r
social security benefits: account number of a parentI
may also be the "Financial I (retired, disabled, or deceased Honoring Dr Joe Hall, who
Means" br both a better edu- ) may become entitled to is retiring this month as su-
cation and better standard ol:f student social security bene- perintendent of the Board of JANUARY 5, 1968 MARKS OUR

living for many students be- Public Instruction, all prin-
tween the ages of 18 and 22. fits.The full-time student bene- cipals and presidents of pub- Mfh ANNIVERSARYIt
A full-time student unmar- fits would continue until age lic schools belonging to the
22 unless the student should Dade County Council of Par- hasbeen our pleasure to serve our many friends and patrons in the past.

AKA SORORITY quit school or get married. ent-Teacher Associations will We look forward to doing even a better job in the future.
meet for luncheon
on Friday
The student ,
or his payee must .
SFONSORS"YULETIDE assume te responsibility of January 12th, at noon In the ,
Rubalyat Room of the Algiers r.j11 -'
reporting to the Social Security i w.
YOUTH DANCE"Local Administration Hotel, Miami Beach. : --
any
change in his status as a full- A "graduation ceremony"for f rkaift
sorors of Gamma time Dr. Hall, plus a presentation -
student, the marriage of
Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha the student, or his earnings of of a,PTA gift, will be the
Kappa Alpha Sorority spon- more than $1500 per program at the luncheon, I
sored a "Yuletide Youth year. which will also include music.
Dance" at the beautiful Gulf- Remember: Get a better job Chairmen of planning for the
stream Room of Bayfront Auditorium by getting a good education. Inquire luncheon are Mrs. Harold
Thursday, Decem- at your local Social Security Tabor and Mrs. Martin Rubin-
ber 28. District Office for more stein. Mrs. E. M. Willard is
J.J.if
Invited guests included detailed Informal on any Dade County Council PTA
young ladies who are high phase of the Social SecurityAct. President. I
school seniors, freshman Don't depend entirely 8r i1 if

girls attending college outsideof upon your friends or neighborsfor Join theNAACP .#
Dade County, and college information, but contact a
girls attending college in Dade representative at your local ?
County. The young ladies were Social Security Office.
accompanied by mile escorts,
and enjoyed the festivities of 4+
the evening dancing to the t r
popular music of Billy Rolle STUDENT SPECIAL
and his Orchestra from 9-12.

Presentations were made to Bus ID Photos
three scholarship I win- t
ners; Miss Gail Williams- ,
Spellman College, and Miss 2 For 50t ..m
Ethel Rolle-Univers1t> of Mi-

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Shotguns And Pentagon Housing Must



Infuriated Integrate Or

Leaders

Be Off limitsDefense
John A. Diaz
A 4
c.- BY DAVE BONDU views and philosophies respond-
_. last Friday at a City Commis- Secretary RobertS. Washington area, including
Chief Walter Headley's statement McNamara said that,effec- District of Columbia, Mary-
Well, we are into a new year and I hope that in he was going to use shotguns and tive Jan. 15, he said,military land and Virginia 57 per cent
body will have a chicken in the pot and 2 cars in criminals. personnel moving into the were unable to obtain satisfactory -

As you know by now, I asked everyone not budge from his intention to"get Northern Virginia area, or housing because of racial
Moncur to send me a post card saying Sam yes to say that he did not look at color changing residences, will not discrimination.
should be reinstated or have his resignation ; that dogs and shotguns will be used be allowed to rent apartmentsor
Board of Diectors, or those who were opposed was not a racist. trailer court facilities
I This is how it looks as of now; I have received ; Range gave her support to MJ i there unless they are "avail He said that some progresshas
I 'saying Sam yes Sam si si Sam yes after murderers and holdup men with able to all military personnelon been made in Northern
I man y other versions, and not one card saying an equal basis." Virginia and that there are now
little ashamed of the folks not talking time out to said that she was concerned as any- 146 apartment houses in that
to a man who has done so much for the poverty of law and order; but was also Within the roughly three- area that have discrimination
many of you. One who has befriended and got possible indiscriminate use by the mile area of Northern Vir- .
cards are so few, but I will as promised present frisk" law.She also said that she did ginia, the Pentagon said there
Board of Directors,Dr.Franklin Williams and the that the community relations program are 39,000 apartment units, I
bers. I am in sincere hopes that people like Tannie 14,000 of which areopen to Ne

Range, Henry Arrington, Father Gibson, Rev. Maurice Ferre was the only groes and 25,000 are not. HOUSE LEAKS?
Thedford Johnson, and others will talk with the 1 of Headley's threats of using shot-
Sam's returning to work after his much needed criminals. The young multi-mil "The morale and welfare of Have No Fear
admit 164 cards is not a heap of persuasion, but called the shotgun and dog approach Negro servicemen and the op- Call BEST
a start. for" and told the crowd of over 200 erational efficiency of the De- The Leak Expert
the chief was quoted as making were fense Department facilities to
What do I think about Chief Headley's get which they are assigned, are Quick Service
the stop frisk law? ril answer the first however, took exception to Head- being adversely affected by the BEST ROOFING l
favor of it" but I don't think it should be Just one relations have failed. Some existence of housing discrimination COMPANY
ple. It should apply to all people of Dade County, assurance that there would be ," added McNamara.
ley keeps yelling about police shortage. If he is 693-3765

is it that good policemen are working traffic, that "the police alone can't do all A survey showed, he said, 980 NW 79th Street
lots, etc. The way I see it,lithe pay is so bad, pay of ,all concerned.I publicly that of 1,200 Negro military No Job Too Small
time for extra hours and let them moonlight on the the Community Relations Board. families living off-base in the
time pay, they would make the force.Then they type of stability and this type of com-
to work for straight pay on these "side Jobs.

enough private detective agencies to shake the is to protect life and property, And WOOLWORTH'SruI1ThIIIIrrii
companies that our good policemen are shaking I can do to do that."
next answer is to stop and frisk law.I am not in
liceman walking up to me and saying that I quick to point out that the daily press
If I fit the description of abandit,then I should be he had said about Negro criminals.
suspicion, and then searched.Nowa word to the press conference on the new poli-
guns and have a mind to hold up someone and I criminals specifically. But when
done this at all there is no need of this races were Involved in crime, and
and stealing purses and robbing poor people of ) was highest, it was then that he
you get in these petty theiveryacts is not worth time, he said only three white men
trouble over. You get the electric chair for all of them in the Negro sections. of RRw 4 '
for 25 dollars .. so you'd better be cool and Gibson stated that he, too, thought I'I'l
gun, cause the life you save, might be your own, Inflammatory statements.He sale
goes. You dig? But Father Gibson cited one of -
BALL's town crimes here as the upheaval of
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Regina building, with many people living :

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Jim Keene wanted to be heard, too, and a loud tIir 'r} I
voice from them.Then Bernard Dyer, j
VIP OF THE WEEK: Joe pogue the Liberty City Community Council, '.,'-
Mr. Mayor into the microphone. Said W4 r2ftt. L '
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Winifred calledasapublic meeting and the peo
except those appointed leaders that <'fr y '

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Amelia Taylor ;] ."
threw a wing-ding New Years Eve at their lovely "The problem that we have here in
a swinger, and I hear tell that the party lasted elected officials have taken the prero-
ayem. I'm getting old and I went to bed as soon leaders are. Soothsayers can hypno-
year in. Former Count Basie Vocalist, Joe to lose sight of something that's be-
golfer, called to say mis New Year's greetings to *
We will be in Nassau Jan. 14. todo a benefit show
for the underpriviledged children. attack onPolice Chief Headley, and r
problem is now further away than If
If you ever have to go to court for a traffic His get tough means the residents
Judge Mattie Bell Davis has your case, send get tough, too. The youths are going f} :, .,
for your checkbook.Her honor is rough on the poor wlIhIgIt
ket book. She slapped a $15.00 fine on me with $ sid e n t of the Miami Chapter of the I
, court costs cause I went under a yellow light. Conference, was anxious to be
j Club will meet at Coach James Everett's home He said, "Let's talk in terms of the
at 8. He lives at 249 NW 55th Terrace About We have got to have Jobs. We have got .:
/ Society story I promised you, .It seems rye got We have gottohave equality.We have ::.:. iI
checking to let you know who gets your dog dough There is nothing that can beat crime ::4-
goes. I have spoken bafewof our County dogs that's liable to attack any
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and they are not happy about the policies or ;.:'
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one and only dog society.The County has a Johnson, who had given the invoca- ; ".
I "If people here don't want the : ', : )
it seems, and have received many complaints you W.i:;,
not has been on your beat, you can send them all <
one t\s
picked up who have I.D.tagsand : r ri
the dog has been pick up. Do they let someone : :1t j jI
dog if you do not know enough about the situation not mince his words in regard to
ask if your dog is there. In the meantime, they he thought the police should be inter-
a bill fr boarding the pooch at a dollar a day plus police should concentrate on bottleg
lations they want to give the dog. I paid $3.00 I areas Sunday morning. "Which,"
week before big as anything we are talking about
staad
for a shot that my dog had j a
his doctor for If a dog has a collar and I. D. on
they feel it is a good bet that the owners will "The dope traffic also has got
back. The County says that they dont see any of the numbers (bolita) shops. I'm sure I

they just get the money on tags sold. Will let around." .... .,,:'
this turns out. That is it for this week. til the lawyers who get people out on bail
knit casuals
LIVE LIFE EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF and other serious charges. Said he, Clattxlc nylon
criminals out on bond and say to them,

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,J{,, ,.,,, Publishers Plan Winter

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:,,,.;; :j' I : "i'ljl '. Worksho In Nassau
,- 4 T .
'" Sixty members and their -- In addition to all this enter
wives are expected to gatherin :: TiI' tainment, the Phillip Morris
Nassau Bahamas .
January and Canada Dry companies are
18-21 for the annual WinterS
11 0 pot the National Newspaper ... maintaining In the hotel. hospitality suites

FA Publishers Association. The NNPA was personally
t
Scene of the meeting will be the Invited to hold their meeting
fabulous Nassau Beach Hotel. in Nassau this year by Pre-
NNPA President John Mur- mier Pindling who met with the
phy of the Baltimore Afro- group in Nassau last year the
American, and Vice President same week in which his party
\ Garth C. Reeves of this news- won political control of the islands -
paper are coordinating a program The workshop was held
1 for the publishers that In Miami last year with The
will be both informative and
Miami Times
as host
.,. # paper.
entertaining 11': 1 I After the convention the group
Registration for the work- JOHN MURPHY cruised to Nassau aboard thes.
shop begins at 8:30 Thursday s. Miami for the weekend.
morning, January 18th with the free time for the publishers to
opening session at9:3ClAnoon make the popular night club Some publishers and their
luncheon will be hosted by the tour of the island. wives are coming to Miami \
t Woolworth Company. The On Sunday afternoon the early enough to attend the

Harry Belafonte/ left, who closed his appearance at the Hilton Plaza Hotel NeYear's w afternoon workshop will be on manager of paradise Island'Superbowl game in the Orange
Promotion and Circulation will entertain the publisherswith Bowl on January 14 and stay-
Eve, Miami Beach's newest plush hotel, is shown meeting with Miami Commissioner and dinner that night will lunch and a beach partyat ing in Miami until Wednesday
Athalie Range, Mrs. Belafonte/ and newly appointed Judge Donald heeler be hosted by the Seven-Up Bot- the world famous beach. before going to Nassau.
Jones in the singer's suite. tling Co.

Belafonte'accepted/ an appointment to the National Advisory Board of the Fridays workshop deals : 'ri
Florida Memorial College and agreed to help in the development of the college pro with Editorial.At a Coca-Cola
grams and goals. sponsored luncheon, Ar- i I
thur Foulkes, member for the r, !!
Frontiers House of Assembly and Editor
Awards
And
Installation of the Bahamian Times will
I
be the speaker. The afternoon I
Friday At St. John Baptist ChurchThe workshop is on Advertising.

The Honorable Lynden O. !

Miami club of Frontiers tion, she helped to form as a outside club activities. Pindling, premier of the Ba-
International will hold its An- pioneer the field of day care Officers for 1968 will be installed hamas day dinner, will hosted highlight the fri-
by the Gulf
nual dinner and installation
meeting and service to the elderly.
at this whichbegins
meeting i Oil Company The Bahamian
at St.John The Frontiers
ceremony award
pre-
with
dinner at
a 7:30 Government will host a cock-
Baptist Church 1328 NW 3rd ,sented this year is given for
The new officers i are tail before
p.m. : party dinner,and
Avenue, Friday, January 5, at "" !1lIitI.! .J !:IJI M.
Robert Gaberiel President the
; hotel will entertain the
7:30 p.m. Feature of the even
Daniel Johnson, First Vice i publishers with a nite club i'c'Lt
ing will be a recognition Award
President; Charles C. North, show in the Colony Room after \
a 4 Second Vice President; dinner. \ .

Vernor A. Jackson,Recording The final business session ---" .... ......-,.,-.. 'i!
Secretary; Robert P. Young, What's Best For More Profits, VISITORS '
Corresponding Secretary, and I will be held Saturday morning
Oscar W. Weaver, Jr. Treas 9 o'clock'', after which Pepsi- .Sgt. and Mrs. Jesse Knight and family of Eglin AFB, !I
urer. Cola will host buffet luncheon I Florida, were in Miami for the holidays visiting Mr. and
Speaker for the occasion, at poolside. Saturday night is 1 Mrs. Theodore Evans of 4001 NW 5th'Aventie* :
will be "Pete" Peterson,former ""

MISS ALEXANDERas Executive Secretary of
KILPATtUCKthe Kiwanis International. E. N. '
Citizen of the Year to Miss
total accomplishment in Taylor is chairman of the arrangement -
Olive Alexander, who recently -
life time service. Recognition com mittee.The
retired as Executive Direc-
will also be made of Frontierman meeting is open to the public.
tor of
Scott
James E. Com-
NEW CAR
However, since it is a dinner
munity Association, after 33 George Wendel KUpat- meeting reservations shouldbe
years of dedicated and devoted rick, merchant of Browns- ,
made in advance.
service. Miss Alexander ville, for his tireless effortsin -
began her helpful career as a creating a climate of good
volunteer during the great de- citizenship and respectable
pression. She fought for first living for the people of his WantedTeenager
class citizenship her peo- community -- The Frontierman FINANCING
ple, sometimes almost alone of the year award Is given Shot -
but aways unsel1ishly.Shewon annually to the member who
recognition for the Associa serves best in his Community
By DeputyThe


Sheriffs Departmentsaid
"
y" that a deputy sheriff shot

When You ',, :' ,\ down wanted on in Saturday a three-month-old a youngster %

IM.<, '' shooting case. :
Willie Gilmore, Jr., 18, of 41/2 '
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Want ., .> :
Good :, ,. 209 NW 31st St., was shot in : ,
the back as he ran from Of-
ficer William K. Micklns at
FRESH Fish t"" 'us.jf NW 207th St., and 34th Ave. \' ; ..."
!'',, / Deputies said the youth drewa ,:. .:'1

Come Get It I: knife on the officer. lIe was ,
reported In fair condition at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.The .

From The People Who ficers said incident, when Mickins started,pul-of-

led into a U-Tote-Em store

Love To Serve You With a the two shooting blocks from on routine the scene patrol.He of.

was told by patrons that
Smile Come to Gilmore had run into a school- a

yard nearby when he saw the
officer coming.As .
QUALITYSEAFOOD Mickins left the store,
he saw and chased the youth

and arrested him on vagrancy, Lincoln is YOUR Bonk.
deputies said.Calling Use itlI
CENTER headquarters while

,Gilmore was in Mickin's car,
the deputies found out that Gilmore -

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, January $, 196'8 .- _

I Private Detective Wounds and. Captures. More Riots Seen This Summer j

Grocery Store BanditLancaster
Employment experts calledin a consequence all employers, has beenreleasingplece-

Thompson Is a the chest, side of his face,and car to the Jackson Memorial Washington to help find a Including the government, testimony, and a full reportis
sergeant with the American head,' then gave the bandit a Hospital, where his condition swift solution to racial distur- raised artificial standards of expected by March 1.
Federation of Police, some bances said they have found employment. This automati- .I
good beating with the butt of his was 'pronounced satisfactory of
I' times in uniform, as security gun. When city police arrived The security guard is now no evidence that the summer cally is a blow to Negro em- October A summer 7 y by Arthur a report Ross on

guard, but most of the time he the bandit was captured. saying to himself, "I hope of 1968 will be any better than ployment, he said.It commissioner of labor statis-,

is In business suitLANCASTER The robber, who was identi- some smart lawyer es'tget 1967. is bovious that racial discrimination tics, gaves a detailed statistics
fled by police Walter Campthis man out on bond, and that "is the ultimate on labor conditions in the

bell, 23, was taken in police he doesn't get a better gun/ about"We how ought to stop to the be thinking riots of vause of our difficulties,"said 20 largest cities, including !

: '': ,A .',' 1972 because I doubt if thereis Paul Bullock of the University their slums.
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The statistics show
among
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do about the riots
;",. ''f1ll / "'""IVI; body can other things, that it is twiceas
j ; fronts us in the low income
1968 well built
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"y"'f"'r, ,. hard for non-whites to find
': ghetto of the,urban North.The
t1; in Garth L. Magnum George
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.. ; at both, work than for whites; 15 of the
civil rights measures
Washington University eco-
: ; told thePresident's federal and state levels, ha':e largest metropolitan areas
nomic professor,
account for one-third of U. S.
had no impact whatever a ad
Advisory Commission
have been almost totally !Ir- unemployment and 40 percentof
on Civil Disorders.
relevant." non-white Joblessness;non-
white workers account for only
,
'd" 'J> Magnum testified at a recent After last summer's destructive 14 per cent of the civilian labor -
'" w 'st closed commission hearingthat riots, the 11-man force in the 15 areas but
-r "we have gone through a :advisory commission was set the non whites represent 27
long seres of gimmickry pro- up to find causes of disordersand per cent of total unemployment. -
grams because of our impatience : to propose remedies. It .
THOMPSONLast for Instant success" in

creating summer Jobs.
Friday,in plain clotheshe
held conversation with the
There is no evidence, he LIBCITYFIRST
of the Food Fair
manager said, that outside of Jobs paid
store, 62nd Street 11th Ave MIAMI RUN
for by the government throughthe
nue. When the manager left
Neighborhood Youth Corpsor OFIIVEk/ i HEATRE
him for other business, a man Civil Service "there has .".. -
walked up to Thompson and
said, "This is a holdup; open been one more person employed THIS MOTION PICTURE IS DEDICATED TO LIFE, LIBERTY AND
than there would other wise
the door." have been." THE PURSUIT OF HAPPENINGS!
Sgt. Thompson told the
would-be bandit that he didn't
EliGinzburg, economic
have the That the
was
key. key
professor at Columbia Uni-
to the room where the safe Is
versity, another witness, said
kept. The robber then pressed
"in the city of New York we
a .38 caliber
pistolagainsttheleft
1 have training slots for about
side of his abdomen. The
d.. 40,000 people where as we
metal the de
pressure against
could use a quarter of a milliona
tective's stomach was hurting, "
Jackson Presents Barefoot In year.
so he pushed the robber off.

The bandit then fired twice, "Much of the NewYorkCity
but each time the gun misfired. The Park program, both in the out of

school, Is attractive, althoughit
The bandit then ran throughthe "Barefoot in the Park" by Neil Jackson High School has has severe limitations since
store, with Sgt. Thompson Simon will be presented Jan. been.noted for it's professionalism many of the training slots are &
In hot pursuit, with gun in 10, 11, and 12, at 8:30 p.m., in performances of recognized not leading anywhere," said
hand. The bandit turned to the in the Miami Jackson High plays such as; The Exception ,'.Ginzburg.
detective and started to shoot School Auditorium, 1751 NW and the Rule, A Rasen

again. The detective hid behind 36th St.The. In the Sun,*and-Dino.-,. Our Despite, some arguments to ? :>yr >
a counter where the bandit shot admission is $.50 for school is known for excellencein the cotrary, he said there are
at him five times without hitting students and $1.00 for adults. performance. The drama
more people looking for Jobs
his target. Tickets can be obtained from department claimed three of than there are Jobs.He said as
When the bandit had emptiedhis any Thespian member or in the top awards at the National
first gun and started to use the school office. The play is Thespian Regional Confer-
another one, the detective shot sponsored by Miami Jackson ence.
him three times,hitting him in High's Thespians. popular broadway play and

The quality of actors'and movie. It should prove inter-
actresses' that the Miami esting to compare high school i I r SooTRtY CAMBRIDGE smnn PARPEN DELANEY -w KoaiRI1BflBR
Jackson Drama Department actors' and actresses' per-

Call has produced has been outstanding formances, with professional
r u Recently these stu- actors' and actresses' In this
dents won the University of hit. "
CHARLESROGERS Miami's best actress award ERNESTBORGNIME

and Dade County's Silver
Members of the cast shownin
Knight Award in drama. JOHN MillS ;
the picture above are: David :I
Kinsler, Velma Kelly, Don .l .
Rt1.. AT PL 17502. / This semester we are doinga Jennings and Eddie Louise ,':u'S
play which is currently a Jackson. A RODLOR Production FWRAMOU Picture
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- .17 Miss. White "Men Sent l cedFor-': 1964. LYnch-Mob Murder :


.;.i, : A U. S. District Judge in civil right workers. and Alton Wayne Roberts, a eral prison. by the government. in prose- $5,000 to $6,000.An .
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, jackson, Miss., sentenced former Meridian night club The other three,Doyle Bar- cuting the case.It all-white jury convicted ", ,
seven white men prison last Judge Harold Cox meted out bouncer. Doth were sentencedto nette, 31, formerly of Meri- was ruled by Cox that the the seven on Oct. 20, of the :
Friday for terms ranging from the stiffest penalties toSamuel 10-year terms, the maxi- dian; Jimmy Arledge, 30, a seven remain free on bond slaying of two New York white :
three to 10 years for the 1964 H. Bowers Jr., alleged Ku mum penalty for the con- Meridian truck driver, and pending an appeal of the conviction men, Michael Schwerner and

lynch-mob murder,. of three Klux Klan leader, of Laurel, spiracy charge on which they Jimmy Snowden, 34a, Meridian to the U. S. Fifth Circuit Andrew Goodman, and James
-ra- were tried. laundry truck driver, Court of Appeals.Noticesof Chaney, a Meridian Negro.
Neshoba County Sheriffs were given three years each. appeal have been submitted.The The victims disappeared and
1 r 1 1I Deputy Cecil Price and an- Upon conviction, maximum Judge raised the bond of their bodies were found about
other man, Billy Wayne Poseyof sentence was 10 years in prison Bowers and Roberts from two months later buried under
I, Philadelphia were each sentenced and-or a $5,000 fine under $5,000 to $10,000,and the bond an earthen farm and pond dam
, Y 4cqIp 4I Iry to six years in a fed- the 1870 civil rights law used for Price and Posey from in rural Neshoba County.
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\ ALBERT Mrs. Sarah Reed 1450 N\, RMIwI-Eugene Bullard of 1148 NW

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I 1 Ave., died Dec. 26., Remains 47th St., met an untimely death
t y # were shipped Friday to Live Tuesday, Dec. 26. He Is survived -
4 by his wife, Louise; a
Oak, Florida, for fin a 1 rites
Kim two daughters
son, ; ,
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(#: : Sherry and Elaine; two bro-
MEMORIAMThe CARD OF THANKSThe daughters, Mesdames
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IN APPRECIATION "i thers. Dan Bullard and Clifford -
I Beatrice Ware, Nettie Perry,
family of the late In loving memory of my hus- family of the late ".. Gordie Thomas, Nancy Sampson Smith; a cousin, Harvey

___ band ana uur beloved father, & ; two sons, Ulysses and Joes. Funeral services we
CHARLES "DELL"WILLIAMS conducted Tuesday in toene-;
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q Lonnie; two sisters, Mes-
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Methodist Church.
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',' dames Viola Strickland,
.r.....'.' } ..)... .. !.'Of" t'I! ,,", Janice Moore; one brother,
who passed away Dec. 6, 196';; West Moore; 30 grands, 25 John Howard of 1228 NW 62
wish to thank their many MRS. B. R. CORNELL LAID great-grands, nieces and Ter., died recently.He Is sur- ,
friends for flowers, cards, TO REST nephews. vived by his mother, Elouise

visits, and other acts of kind- All that was mortal of Mrs. his wife Annie; eleven children
r ness shown during their hour Blanch Roberts Cornell was :;Luther Houston, jr., 1202 two sisters, Mesdames

of sorror. tenderly laid to rest.,Saturday, NW 64 St.,died Dec. 27.Among Lucille Miller, and Mary
Special thanks to Rev. Ed- Dec. 30, in Lincoln Memorial survivors are his widow, ;Stokes; five brothers, James, ,

ward Ferguson, pastor d Beu- Park, following an 11 a.m. Thelma; mother, Mrs. Bessie ;Richard, Herbert, Benjaminand ,
.IIlIIIi : lar Missionary BaptistC service at Greater Bethel Wright; two sons, Joe and Len- Honza. His remains were

--- ,.-. ,-_... h u r c h for his comforting AME Church 'onard. Funeral services were hipped Friday to Mt. Plea- ,
--- ." '" EUGENE LINDSAYwho words of eulogy, and Rev. Mrs. Cornell, a native of 'held Tuesday in the chapel. ,sant, S. C. for final rites. !

MRS CORA L. ANDERSON Curry, Usher Board No. Two Key West and widow of the late Louis Jackson,Jr., 1331 NW
departed this life 3 of St. Paul AME and Bethel Jas. Elmo Nathaniel Cornell, 65 St., died Dec. 3LSurvivors Mrs. Susie Brown of 601 NW ,
affectionately called "Doll," 1966. Jan. Williams Funeral Home. was the daughter of the late :include two sisters, Mes- 67th St., died recently. She Is

is forever grateful for all expressions "We cannot and will Mr. and Mrs. James D. rendered them dur- not say that he say is dead we, he is Mrs. Aramenthia Roberts, Roberts, Sr., prominent nieces and nephews. 'thur; four sons, Samuel, Me- i
ing their bereavement. We mother and the Williams Arthur and Frank Brown and
Just away. With a cheery smile pioner citizens of Key West. )Funeral services Saturday, 3 ; ,
shall forever cherish the acts family. Thomas Berkley three daughters "
She in the ;
and a wave of the hand,he has passed quietlyand ]p.m. chapel.
of kindness, in the sending of wandered into unknown peacefully Into the Great Be- Helen Morris, Margie
an
cards, telegrams, and the use IN MEMORIAMIn yond on the afternoon of Dec. Mrs. Dorothy Holiday, 322 j Redman and Delores: three ,
of land. And left us dreaming how NW 16 Ter. died Dec.29. Fun-
the cars. The flowers were 27 as the residenceofher |brothers, Winfield, Jessie and
numerous, your visits were very since fair.he lingers It needs there.must" be sad, but loving memoryof daughter and son-in-law, Mr. eral services Saturday, 4 p.m. j Nill Berkley; three sisters,
most appreciative. To all the our dear son and brother, and Mrs. Charles Gooding,Jr. in the chapel. Among survi- (Catherine, Geneva and Zeila
ministers from far and near, 1470 NW 44th St. vors are two daughters Mesj j Harris; ten grandchildren.
and Mrs. Violet Lindsay, wife dames Pearl Carter Louise ,
especially Rev.Dukes who Funeral services
During her active years were conducted -
as her constant guide came and children. Mrs. Cornell was engaged in ,Seay; five granddaughters; 3, ( Jan. 3, at 2:00 p.m. in

from Madison to deliver the civic, community, religious, grandsons; five great grands. |the chapel.
eulogy. Many thanks to the director IN MEMORIAM and educational work. Mrs. Willie Mae Sutton,

Victor J. Bain oBata's f She organized and operatedthe 2525 NW 160 St., died Dec.31. Mrs. Sinnie Mae Cason of
In of
memory the devoted
Funeral Home and his husband and father first accredited kinder- Among survivors are one I 6000 NW 15th Ave.,Apt. 4 died
efficient staff, for a service garten In the Liberty City area daughter, Gloria; one sister, recently. She Is survived by
well performed.The of Miami. Mrs. Cornell also Mrs. Allen; one brother, 1 her husband, James. Funeral

Anderson Family organized and directed over a James Coy; nieces and i services were conducted
< r M long period of years the Mary nephews.&: Arrangements are Tuesday, Jan. 2, atll00a.m.
Elizabeth Evangelistic Circle, incomplete. i In the chapel.
IN MEMORIAMIn an organization in which child-

fond memory ofDONALD ren and youths were trained in Otis Smith, 1538 NE 152nd Mrs. Mercy Ramsey of 1348
the doctrine and principles of Ter., North Miami died Dec. 1 NW 4th Ave., died In Jackson

...1t Christianity and right living. 30. Among his survivors are 1 Hospital. She Is survived by a

r.>9M. .. Mrs. Cornell was employedfor wife, Georgia; five daughters, son, Lawrence Minnis; eight
u t 1 '' many years by the School Mesdames, Mar:ie Whipper, I grandchildren, Irvin and Milton

HERMAN T. MURRAYwho System of thes tate,having Corine Williams, Maggie 1 Rolle, Leroy Walter and Myr-
taught in Jacksonville, Key Rudisell, Ola Scott,Clara Nor- tis Simmons, Juanita Major,

departed this life Dec 31, West, Ocala, Gainesville and man; one sister, Mrs. Lelia Annie and Polate Cunningham.
I > w VMMWiHMWHMMWV 1966.I several other schools Rantz; two sons-in-law; 25 1 Funeral services will be conducted -'

DEACON J. CARLE CAPERS There's an open gate at,the throughout the state of Florida. grands; great-grands.. Fun- Satruday, Jan. 6,1:00
end of the road Mrs. Cornell's educational eral services Saturday, Jan. 6 p.m. In Temple Baptist.

who departed'this life Jan. 5, Through which each must go training Included attendance at 1:00 p.m. Friendship Baptist.
1967 alone. Florida StateNormalSchoola t John W. Everett. Jr.. of

There Is an open gate at the 'And there In a light we cannotsee Tallahassee (now knownas I Mrs. Juanita Morgan Chambers :Lancaster, California, died at
end of the road (FAMU); high school gradu Princeton, Fla, died Veteran's Hospital.Among his
i ation from Edward Waters Jan. 1. Among her survivors survivors are wife Evelyn.
Through which each must go I alone J 1 Beyond the gate our loved oneFinds College; graduation from a friend, Mrs.Ruth Woods. Remains were shipped to Lancaster -
And there is a light we cannot I 1 happiness and rest Florida Memorial College and Funeral services Satruday, for final rites.
11 see jOur And there is comfort in the advanced studies at Hampton Jan. 6, 10:00; a.m. in Naranja,
r\ Father claims his own Thought Institute, Hampton, Va. Fla. Mrs. Elouise Wilmot of 1596

ROLLE Beyond the gate your love one: I That a loving God knows best. She was a faithful'and devout NW 54 St., died Dec. 20. She
finds happiness and rest. member of Greater Bethel Mrs Georgia Mae Mc- :Is survived by one sister. Funeral -

who died January 6, 1965. And there is comfort in the Murray Taylor and FamilyIN AME Church,where she held 'Queen, 1801 SW44thAve.died I I services will be conducted -
thought membership In the Missionary Dec. 31. Among survivors are I Saturday, Jan. 6, 330; p.m.
Maybe rest in peace and That a loving Father knows Society and served as chair- 'husband, Roscoe; father Ellze I in the chapel.
light perpetual shine on him. best. MEMORIAMIn man of the art department of Moble; three daughters, De-
loving memory of my husband the State Missionary group. loris, Ella Mae, Carol; four King James Witt of 5018 NW
Josephine Coleman, a dear Mrs. L. Capers, wife She also served as secretary 'sons, Roscoe, Jr., Daniel :31st Ave. died recently.He is
friend and other friends. John and Jeroline and Mrs. of the Deaconesses Board. Raymon, Izell; four sisters, 3 I survived by his widow, Inez;a
Annie R. Rolle, children When she resided in Key 1 brothers. Funeral services daughter, Mrs. Annie Ruth
Mrs. Roslie Webb, sister West she was awarded a Sunday, 2:00 p.m. GethsmaneBaptist Smith> ; 12 grandchildren; one
IN MEMORIAMIn James Baker, brother preacher's license as a local 1 Church, West Hollywood sister, Alberta Hills; three
preacher at Bethel.Survivors brothers, Pope and James Witt

of the late include one and John Boykln. Funeral services -
memory IN MEMORIAMIn daughter, Mrs. Naomi Cornell Mrs. Barbara Jean Leverity will be conductedSatur-

Gooding; a son-in-law, Chas. 1 Davis, 775 NW 67th St., died day, Jan. 6th, 12:00 noon In
memory of our beloved Gooding, Jr.; two brothers, 1 Dec. 27. Among survivors are Emanuel Church of the Naza-
daughter and sister, ___ k t>' James D. Roberts, jr., formerly I husband Cyril; three sons,

yi of Key West, and Ers- 'Cyril, Gergory, George, Jr.; rene.Mrs.. Fannie Garland of 527
l kine A. Roberts, formerly of Washington, D. C., now of Mi- Mesdames,CatherineBarn Dec. 30. She is survived by a
ami; one sister, Mrs.Irene 1 Jean Clark,Goldie MolI I daughter, Ida M. Robinson ason
t Straughter of Miami; two sis1 1 lins, Johnnie M. Leverity, Roy; four grandchildren;
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ters-in-law, MesdamesLotUe 'Juanita Williams; father,John J four step-grandchildren four
.j Cornell Skinner and Flossie :a dear friend ;
George Jarett. :sisters, Nancy Garland,Willie
Cornell Salincer of New York 1 Funeral services Saturday ]Hutchinson, Georgia Richardson -
City, two godchildren, several 2.00 p.m. New Bethel Baptist. I and Grace
Moore
a brother
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other relatives and friends.
I lie In
]May' he rest in peace. "Servant of God, well done!i CARD OF THANKS I mains: repose will be shipped Thursday.Friday Re -
Rest It ,
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employ
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final
Irene Harris wife and
The battle fought the The
vict'rywon family of the late rites.
FamilyIN ,
JAMES CROMARTIE
I Enter thy Master's joy." ALFRED WALKER

who departed this life Dec. 31, .. IN MEMORIAM
1951. MRS. GLORIA JACKSON MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn takes this method of expres
sing heart-felt In sad but
thanks to loving
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memory
Gone but not forgotten.Mr. .
who departed this life on Jan. loving memory of my bus neighbors and friends forI I!of my darling husband and father -
1, 1966. sad but loving memory band cards, telegramsfloralpieces I ,
and Mrs.Alex Cromar- Gone, but never forgotten.)f our darling mother, and other expressions
tie, parents JAMES H. BAIN of DAVID
sympathy. K.
BAIN
Julia Blake, grandmother Mrs. Clifford Hill, mother LOUISE M. WILSON, Special thanks to the who passed to the ,
I'' ". Walker and Mrs. Wil- who departed this life pastor great beyond ,
who
Mrs. Mr. John Hill, stepfather departed this life, Jan. 5, Jan. 7, and members of Temple Jan. 3, 1965. Sleep
1967. Baptist on
liams aunts ]1964. J
Mrs Willodene dear
Robinson
Church and to the one and take
Mr. Tukes, uncleA sister Gone, but not forgotten. Sadly missed by all. Funeral Home Range ve loved you but Jesus your "rest)131
and Gone but not ;
host of other relatives forgotten.
Mrs. Harriett Holt, sister you best.

friends. and Family Sadly missed by the family. The Family Mrs. Eva Delancy, mother Sadly missed by the family.




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The Ford Foundation this for work in the same field.- c ooperation with the Research Metro- t.

,week announced a $230,000 'There is an obvious and special I;polltian Applied York which is
(enter in New
I!rant for a Negro ministerial opportunity and responsibility Kenneth B.
lirected by Dr
here for Negrb clergy- c
I training; program in urban
men and it seems to us clear (:lark, "
]leadership to be conducted in
beyond that Dr The seminars will cover
j Fifteen cities of the North and argument such
Martin Luther Kingandhisas- I more than forty subjects
!South by the Southern ChristIan -
of the civil
sociates are qualified to give is the history
I Leadership Conference
unusual leadership in educa- ]rights movement, urban sociology -
II At the same time,the Foun- urbanre-
tional work with members of c economics,
v I lation announced a $522,200
this group. I newal, housing, employment,
I grant to the National Catholic
"This grant therefore is fora I small business development,
\y I Conference Interracial
r r h specific set of educational I and government antipoverty
Justice[ for a national
program
and not for generalsupport ]programs participants will
i activities,
;o influence equal employment
of the Southern ]receive study and reference
I ; policies among commercial Christian Leadership Conference I materials for use in continuing i
Jn (fllfurrl Strnfouj firms that do business with '
Unix ? churches. as a whole Dr. King and : education activities In

In making the announce- his associates have other I their communities.SCLC .
commitments that fall outside hopes to offer the
ment Bundy
McGeorge ,
EPISCOPAL the areas in which a tax-empt :seminars to additional minis-
CHRIST
president of the Foundation,
Ground Breaking CeremoniesFor said: foundation should give support I ters who wril receive funds for

I Fr. Theodore ,ibson, rector "The grant to the Southern But Dr. King and the participation from other

Antoinette ',Iva,reporterWe Christian Leadership Founda- SCLC have a standing among ;sources. The ministers who
New Friendship Baptist to have the seminars will be
were delighted tion is for educational work American Negroes, a passio- complete
the Rev. and Mrs. Austin R. among Negro ministers.Re- nate commitment to nonviolence assisted when they return to

Rev J, E,Jenkins, pastor Clark, Vice-Mayor Christieand Cooper and children worship ligious leaders of all faiths are and a proven concern their communities in organizing -
Ruby L. Carr, reporterWe other leading citizens.The with us on Sunday. Fr. Cooper recognizing the need for a new for the social commitment of continuing economic, edu- ;
the members at Friend- ministers of the Seaboard Association rector of St. Phillips Epsi- md broader role for the min- the clergy which make their cation and social-change pro-

ship, know our help come from have pledged to have copal Church, Jacksonville istry in the crisis of the cities, Southern Christian Leader- grams. They will help organize -
the Lord under the leadership their choirs join our choir and was the celebrant on New md this Foundation has made< ship Foundation, in our judg- courses in employmentand

of our efficient pastor, so at sing hymns together Please Year's Day at the 6:30 a.m. earlier grant to other groups ment, an outstanding instru- economic 1 development,
this time we invite our many come out and help us shovel,, service ment for this particular edu- housing, political processesand
friends to our ground break- we need you. The fellowship The Episcopal Church- CHRISTIAN cational effort." voter registration, wel-
ing ceremonies of the New will be wonderful. We expectan women and members of the The grant to the Southern fare, education, and legal ser-
Friendship Missionary Bap- enjoyable evening.Our congregation were guests of FELLOWSHIPRev Christian Leadership Founda- vices. The educational effort

tist Church, January 7,at 3:00: Fr. and Mrs. Gibson on Sunday tion, a fiscal arm of SCLC, is began with the seminars will
p.m., corner NW 58th St., and get well wishes to Dea- afternoon. Mrs. Gibson was a P. S. Brown, pastor the fourth within the last year continue through local retreats -

7th Ct. The service will be con R, D, Williams Jackson gracious hostess as those Mary L, Nixon, reporter to major Negro organizations. local seminars, and

televised.Our Hospital Ourdeepestsympathy present enjoyed the delicious Watch t night meeting was The others were for programsof discussion meetings.The .
guest speaker willbe to Sister Georgia Smithin food prepared by her. Those well attended by the congregation the National Urban League, seminars will be con-
Rev. W, H, Edwards Moderator the loss of her husband, present asked to come again. and friends. the National Association for ducted in fifteen cities which
of the Seaboard Asso- Brother Otis Smith, he was Congratulations to Mrs. A Christmas tree laden with the Advancement of Colored will be selected from among

ciation. Rev.. C, J. Burney will also the brother-in-law of Gibson, co-chairman of the denominational bills was pre- people, and for a program in the twentyfive in the United
present the ministers and Art Deacon George Butler, Ser- buffet dinner held for studentsof sented to the pastor and Rev, Cleveland of the Congress of States with Negro populationsof

Green, will present our civic, vices will be held Saturday, at the International Council fora F e 1 d e r. Many thanks to the< Racial Equality more than 100,000.

social, and political leaders, Friendship, at 2 p.m. job well done. parents in the project who are With its grant, SCLC will SCLC, whose founder and
such as Judge Jones,Commis- Visitors are always welcome The annual church school sending their children to Sunday conduct seminars, for about president f is Martin Luther

sioner Athalie Range, Mayor Christmas party was held dur- School. Continue to come< 150 Negroministers, that are King, Jr., was formed in 1957as

ing the holidays. The children and bring your friends designed to provide leader- a permanent consulting

BAPTISTFirst DRAKE MEMORIAL enjoyed themselves and are Rev. S. 0. Tanner will de- ship training for urban programs body of Negro ministers after
TEMPLE
looking forward to next year's. liver a sermon on the third in such fields as edu- the Montgomery, Alabama bus

Sunday service will be Rev. Janus Wj Dunn, pastorA Sincere sympathy is'extended Sunday in this month at 3:00 cation, housing, employment, boycott. It has advocated non- i

as usual with the Lord's Sup- Happy New Year to all our to the Wildgoose family p.m. Everyone is invited to and b u s i n e s s opportunities. violent protests by ministers
per being administeredduringthe members and friends. Our whose daughter Katherine was come out and take a part in the The seminars will be offeredfor and their followers to achieve

morning and evening and watch night service wasa funeralized on Saturday and to services. five days semi-annually in civil rights goals.JORDAN .
the choirs singing Jointly. spiritual blessing to all who Mrs. pearl Stirrup whose aunt

Members are urged to start attended. passed in Jacksonville ST. PAUL AME
the New Year right by attend- The juniors wish to thank GAMBLE MEMORIALElder GROVE

ing all services all for the donation given them Rev T. C. Kelley, pastor
Among Templeites return- for the coffee break. ST. MARY'S W. M. Mary Amos, reporterLet J, C,Jackson,pastor Rev. A, J, King,acting pastor

ing after a Christmas visit to Deacon and Sister Richard Rev H. V. Stuart, pastor us start the New Year: Nathaniel Thomas, reporterNew Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe
General Conferencewill
Nassau Bahamas, were Dea- Clements were not with us on Happy New Year, may 1968 off by attending church allday; Gamble Memorial,will
cons A, J. Hanna and Alfred Sunday, they were on the West bring you blessings,happiness Sunday and don't forget love have its ground breaking ser- be held Thursday night.
Dean, Mrs. G, Tinker Mrs C, Coast attending the funeral of and prosperity. feast Friday at '8:00 p.m vices, January 21at3:00p.m. All members are expectedto

Rolle, Mrs M. Hamilton and their relatives.The Sunday, Jan.7,the first Sun- Plan now to have dinner wit! on the corner of 43rd st, and be present Thursday night
Miss Elsie Douglas. men are working to- day, there will be communion the Willing Workers Boar< 19th Avenue. The guest speaker for the annual election.

Mrs, Florence Hepburn, ward's Men's Day, please help all day, joint choirs and ushers Sunday, Jan 7, in the annex, will be the Rev C.J. Cohen, Visitors are always wel-
president of the Missionary them in their project. will serve all day. They are planning a wonderful pastor of A.M. Cohen Temple, come to worship with us. We

Society, is convalescing from Don't forget Scout and Cub Choirs One and Two and the dinner for you. Superintendent of the South expect to see you in church

illness which confinedher to Scout meeting, on Friday, at Male Chorus are sponsoring :a The first Quarterly Con- Miami District of Churches of Sunday.
he home for the past I two 6:30: p.m. raffle on Jan 31. Donation ference will be held Friday,, God in Christ of Eastern Let us continue to p ray for

weeks Sister Dorothy Brown is ill. $1.00. See any member for tickets Jan. 12, and Sunday Jan. 14. Florida, and an employee of the sick and destitute.SPRINGFIELD .
The Missionary Society will Please visit her at 2060 Wilmington ., Our pastor is asking that all Dade County School Board

sponsor its annual New Year Street. Th e superintendent of the boards and clubs start now si Special guest will be Bishopand BAPTISTElder
dinner this Saturday at the Sunday School is still asking that they will be ready to make chairman of the Executive

church. Donation one dollar you to come out a little earlier their report 100%. Board of the Churches of God Robert Walker, pastor

The Missionary Society will NEW PROVIDENCERev on Sunday morning We begin A 11 officers and members: in Christ both National and International An invitation is extended to
sponsor its annual New Year at 9:30: a.m. are asked to attend the first Bishop E, D all to
C. J, Burney,pastor come out and worshipwith
dinner this Saturday at the Arsula Edwards, reporterThe Our prayers go with all our official board meeting og the Johnson, and State Supervisor us at the regular hourson

home of Mrs. Isaiah Arnet, 301 Lords Supper will be returning college students. year( Jan. 9, at 8:00: p.m., at Gossie G a mble of Eastern Sunday. We are a newly organized -
NW 16th Terrace from noon which time all Stewards will
served Sunday in our evening Special prayers for Sister Zil- Florida church located at 4952
until? Donation 100. worship. for Rolle in Jackson Hospital, be appointed and trustees NW 27th Avenue

Temple's No One Choir will Prayer meeting each Tues- Woodard Building room 416 elected. The second Sunday in Feb- For interested persons,

be host to 'the Interdenominational day, at 7:30 p.m. Asking all Our sympathy to Sister Remember our sick and uary, at 3:00 p.m. tho annual Bible Class is held on Wed -
Choir Union Monday] members to attend.'Consecration Geraldine Miles in the deathof shutins and say a special Influence Services will get nesday, at 7 p.m.ANTIOCH. '
night, Jan. 8, hour ofprayer her brother Arthur Albury, prayer for their recovery underway. Everyone is wel-
Also to Sisters Harriet In- come to attend. Mrs.Willie L
each Sunday morning, at 5:00am '
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN graham and Pauline Coakley, ST. JAMES AME Norris, president. M. B.

B, T. U,each Sunday,at 5:30: Sister Florence Clarke left for
Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor New York to attend the funeralof We are deeply saddened by] GREATERNEW 3330 NW 213 Terrace
You are cordially invited, as p.m.Continue in prayer fo our a relative. the number of illnesses on our New Liberty City

we present "Fantasy in Fash- sick and shut-ins We are happy to see so manyof sick list. We certainly wish,'. MACEDONIA To the residents of Carol
ions for '68, and Adventures in our members back in church hope, and pray for a speedy re- City and New Liberty City,you
Rev Roscoe Jackson
Music." This program will beheld who were on the sick list. Let covery for everyone pastor and your families are cordially -

at Grace, Monday,Jan 8, NEW MT. MORIAH us continue to pray for all our Mrs Ester Scott, chairman,, Willie Beard, reporterWe invited to worship with us

at 8:00 p.m. Sponsors are the sick and shut-ins. and December-ites would like< hope that each and Sunday

Blossoms of Liberty, and the Rev. A, L. Shipp, pastor to thank you for your support, everyone of you will have avery

directors are Mr.and Mrs Evelyn Souter, reporterOur GREATER ST. LUKE Mrs Sadie Dean, chairmai I prosperous and full New
Harold Higgs. monthly conference,tonight and January- ites will nee I Year. CENTERVILLA

We are urging all membersto (Thursday), at 7:30: p.m. Rev. 0, Taylor, pastor everyones full support to begii I On the third KINDERGARTEN

make an effort to be present The church's anniversary, Eula McNeal, reporterThe a great year for St. James,: Ushers' Federation Sundaythe Association 5861 NW 17th AVENUE
each first Sunday of the month. Jan. 14, at 3:00 p.m. pastor reminds everyone The party given by Ushei will at -
convene New Macedonia CERTIFIED
Let us make this first com- Male Chorus anniversary, that this week business: Boards No 1,2,and 3,brough.t Deacon PERSONNELHOT 't
munion service of the year a Jan. 21, at 3:00: p.m. week, and Wednesday night is i us closer together for betteI president. Ramsey, LUNCHES "
l' memorable one., Our Youth Day, will be the our weekly conference, fellowship. T o Mr. and Mrs, PICK-UP SERVICE
The pastor extends second Sunday in February Everyone is most cordially In, Louis Sparks: "Thank you for; Onthe fourth Sundaywe will REGISTER NOW "
Remember the sick, shut- to and being wonderful hor anc observe our second annual
words of appreciation to all vited attend worshij I 691-1196 'OR 636-3302 \
bereaved I Homecoming all day. The
to make our ins, our pastor, with us. hostess.
helped
candlelight who service a suc- families and those in the arm Remember to pray for the I Take tinv to worsl y thL I speakers and program will be Mrs. R, E. Copeland, Sup.
ed services. sick and shut-ins. New Year! given at a later date.
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I Deport 80 Striking Sidney Aronovifz Heads little HUD, 1



Migrant farm Workers Henrv Arrington Vice Chairman

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More-than 80 sugar field mI- less wages than they had pre- At their first meeting lastVednesday the Metro Commission to help "people added that programs the day was,"over and

grant workers were brought viously agreed for. Metro's Little the new Deparment of Housingand when you could "crank up a 1
It is
Urban Development.
I IUD advisory board members
bus to Miami International bull-dozer, knock at a door and
Airport Tuesday night for de- During the strike about 125 e!lected a chairman and were patterned after the federal say, "Get ready to move."
portion to Jama lea after a lawmen were called to the old they had "unlimited po- agency of the same name.
wage dispute in Pahokee. scene, including Palm Beach t entiality" to help the com- The board will evaluate all
:' Sheriff's riot squad, Belle nunity. programs prepared by Haley
palm Beach County law enforcement Glade police Department and Attorney Sidney Aronovitz, Sofge, director of Little HUD, !Carver
officials said the state troopers from Pahokee. I." a i I former Miami city commissioner and recommendations to

men were "troublemakers"and There was no violence author .: was elected chairmanf County Manager Porter Homer Ranches
would be sent back to their ities said. A group of boys came down () the seven member board by and the commission.The .
homes. from Bordentown,N.J.,to Fort I receiving the highest numberDf board had "unlimited -

t i The 52 workers arrested Lauderdale to play in the votes. potentiality" Homer said, and News
Kent Spriggs, director 01 were charged with unlaw- Coastal League games held Aronovitz received three of: placed its mission "second I Walter'''owij!
Legal By
South Florida Migrant ful assembly.One man was reported there last week. I the seven votes, and Attorney only to that of the county com- ''J

Service reportedly said because they arrested for inciting a Among the boys were I Henry Arrington, Elizabeth I i mission concerning the long- The VFW Post No.8195 will
; were being deported riot. Morris Rooker, 13, son of Lee Vir rick, Leon Levin and I term liveability of the area. hold its regular meeting Sunday
to accept
l they were unwilling Workers were loaded on Ross Rooker whose mother Jerome Greene, got one each, "We need yourhelpguidance January 7, at 5 p.m. All
substandard wages. buses at gunpoint and broughtto still lives at 1895 NW 55th St. The other members are Mrs. criticism and a kick in members, please be present.
Miami, Spriggs said. They Morris is a member of the Dana Dorsey Chapman anc I I the pants if needed," Homer The Carver Ranches Fire
During a labor dispute, are entitled to a hearing before Elks Chargers, the team that I George Reed. Mrs. Chapmai i told the board. "We don't have Department will hold its regular
I Tuesday morning 58 cane cut was picked to represent the all the "
deportation, he claimed. replaced Dr. Royal Puryear answers. meeting every Monday
ters were arrested and hauledto Pop Warner Team at the Plan- who was removed from the I i He said officials in Washington night, at 8:00 p.m. Membersare
Palm Beach County Jail. tation Bar in Ft. Lauderdale. board because he was not a L including Prestlent urged to be present. Wale

The two colored boys in the Dade County resident.A Johnson, would be watching ter Blatch, president.Mr. .
Between 300 and 400 men, group were Max Stevens and former member of the Miami closely to see what happens in Carl Reion of New York
at one time, milled around the I Rooker. They were chaperoned Housing Authority,Ar Dade because the Little HUD City was here visiting his
camp of Sugar Growers Co- by Mr. William Chatmanand rington won the run-off foi. idea is the first ever tried on family, Mrs. Etta Gillins and
operative of Florida Just off Louis E. Alexander, both vice chairman. the local level. Sofge said that Mr. and Mrs.Walter Bowe.Her
Route 441 between Belle Glade of Bordentown. They lived at Little HUD was created bj r the board would be working r left on Sunday.
and pahokee, and refused to the Governors' Hotel

work. during their stay, and said the
hospitality was the greatest
According to Spriggs, the be found. ijII1e L11 of 'ait1o
work for
asked to
men were Young Rooker came to Mi-

ami and spent a day with his .-- -'
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YWCA.ANNOUNCESWINTER @crlill..f! C !ibtrluting Jlftmor 1 '/'
PROGRAMBallet
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Minnie Blake, Princess It j of c NuU f'
Captain of Mt. Sinai Guild No. Class Miss Kitty and .
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Two Heroines Templar Crusade Kemp, Saturday 10:00 11:00 _
was honored at her a.m. Fee $1.00 per lesson or l rida'. Nrfneet ..:":.
Guild's annual Christmas $4.00 per month.There will be .
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party! with a state at large(de- recitals periodically. c
puty's commission.The GPCB Membership required. .- ...ttIIJ.
Louis Rolle made the presentation Trimnastics .- Mrs. Bettye

The session was filled Wiggs, Wednesday 8:00: 9:00 INSCRIBED FOR ETERNITY AND IN FAITH TO THEIR PROMISE THAT
with heart felt congratulation p.m., Saturday 11:30 a.m. THE "CHURCH BUILDS FOR YOUTH"
I 12:30 p.m. Fee $1.00 per lesson -
for this leader who
messages (Following listed the names Churches and Pastors who are up to dote
x 4yI Membership required
hard to her
has worked put
in their pledges and payments to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
g guild on top. The affair took $5.00 per year.
I looked around for a New place at the home of Mr. and Baton Class,Saturday 11:30 Building Fund.)
Year's Card Mrs. Strachan, 1044 NW 63rd a.m. 12:30 p.m. Fee$.50 per ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev. R. Hammond

That I could send to St., and was very well attended. lesson. Membership required. MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers
you Piano lessons- Miss Bobbie NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. I. Norman
But I couldn't find
a singleone Minnie Blake P.C., andB. Reaves, Saturday 1:00 4:00: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev. C. K. Steele

That somehow seemed to do. Louis Rolle G.P.C. p.m. Fee $1.00 per lesson. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L. W. Goram
Membership required.Sewingbeginner .. EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev. 0. W. Foster
They didn't say what I MRS. ROLLE I. G. ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T. Tanner A.,,
wanted to say Ahans Thursday 10:30 a.m. ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev. J. B. AdamsDAYSPRING '. "
(thought I could do it better.So RETURNS FROM ,,*;1
Jacksonville Weaver
12:00 p.m. Fee.50perlessonMembership BAPTIST CHURCH ( ) Rev. C. A.
I decided not to send a ST. LOUIS MEETB. required. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H. King ,,-1 ,

card or even write a let. Louis Rolle,Grand Prin- Charme Extravaganza-Dee SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. C.,Sams I',: ,f

ter cess Captain of the Hattie C. Lawrence, Tuesday 7:008:30p.m. MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev J. S. Young 4' "
And I would (feel that
something Dandridge Grand Guild Fee $5.00 for 8 weeks SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. R. L. Hill
had been left undone Heroines of Templar Crusades Culminating in a Fashion NEW MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A, L. Shipp ."

of the state of Florida Regatta "Make up- hair- SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev. T. D. Davis ,. :o T'
Were I overlook this
to .. ,
of thankingyou opportunity (prince Hall affiliation) has dress." ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W. Wiggins ,1.
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recently returned from St. Modern Jazz Dance Day to TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L. A. Thompson

For Louis, Missouri, where she be announced. Fee $1.00 per MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. I. C. Mickins '1,1""
business have
your you met with International Grand session. Membership required. SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. J. Curry
Your given me in the past officers of the Crusades and ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. W. Williams .. <
has been "
patronage much appreciatedAnd Cyrenes. Bridge lessons-day to be FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunche Park) Rev. W. J. Macon
very I hope to serve in Grand Master Sir Luther announced as soon as eight FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine Grove-Ft. Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford
the future you Wanzer of the Grand Encamp- people register. Membership MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. T.Graham

,Sol I say, HAPPY NEW ment, Knights Templar pre- required. MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. 0. Albury
YEAR to and to sided. If there are any persons interested NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright
my sincerest you wish willnot!you Mrs. Rolle reports a worthwhile in any of the follow GREATER NEW BETHELBAPTISTCHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. K. Smith

true unless the New Year and satisfying session. ing, please notify the YWCA NEW PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. J. Burney <
brings happiness to you. She was Florida's sole repre- 634-2651, millinery, painting, NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
May God Bless All of f sentative. The session con- knitting, handicrafts, bridge, SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff
You. cerned an imminent merger modern Jazz dance,flower de- MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers
From: between the appointed female sign, golf, and tennis. PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. W. Johnson
Mrs. Alberta Andersonof groups both of whom work All the above courses will ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. WynnST.
Anderson's Beauty Shop under the protection of the be offered when enough peo- MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. Wade

Knights Templar. ple register. NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Lauderdale' ) Rev. G. W. Phillips
ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. Freeman

MT.'ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Vero Beach) Rev. J. W. Taylor ". .
BLESSINGS BLESSINGS BLESSINGS ZION HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. R. Simpson

SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. A. B. Coleman
A GIFT OF PROPHECYThe ST. MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill Rev E. L. Merrick

EMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. S. L. Badger "
of Macon It is
Franklin
Georgia.
Roosevelt ,
man bom with the gift, Rev. ELIZABETH BAPTIST CHURCH (Arcadia) Rev.C..S. Felder
all evil conditions, some questions you may
through God that I can remove
MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Bimini) Rev. J. R. Smith
husband
wish to know Do need money? Is my sickness natural? Can my
you BETHLEHEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Sarasota) Rev. A. H. Howell
? Can loved ones be returned -
stop drinking? Can my wife stop drinking my MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Ft. Pierce) Rev. Cliffen
? They call me the (Rootman), but I am only a servant of God. Because -
the of all modern OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Geneva) Rev. H. J. Clark
I king
all life's problems. am
God is the answer to read ST. PAUL BAPTIST CHURCH (Badwin) Rev. H. L. Baker .
be special days.
To on
Bible verses.
profits. Send for my special selected envelope and $2.00 for Bible verses and spiritual MT. ZION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH (Lake Wales) Rev. J. D. Johnson
Send self-addressed stamped return mail. Send to: NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. J. L. Fennell
Mble verses by
message. You will receive NEW SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. M. Griffin

SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (St. Petersburg) Rev. E. D. Davis ,. !i
ROOSEVELT FRANKLIN
REV. The above list covers the State of Florida

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I ; "." IDADE COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY I


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ACCOUNTANTS LOUNGES ACCOUNTANTSE. FOR SALE

S. L. McNEAL EARL'S ZEBRA LOUNGE Jewelry Store and 2 Locations to Serve .y oulDllgie's !
Bookkeeping & Tax Service 4400 NW 7th Avenue 0. CULME
1730 NW 57th Street Earl Edwards, Prop.SHADDIE'STAVERN. Public Accountant Watch Repair. Same
691.2114 Income Tax Notary location since 1946.
6800 Phone 633.3735 Will sacrifice-illness.
BARBERSHOPSBASSMAN NW 15th Avenue
Live EntertainmentW..k.nds 5264 N W 24th Avenue
Call 379.6814 ((8 to 5)) Paradise
BARBER SHOP
6580 NW 22nd Avenue RECORD SHOPS
John Hosklns, Jr., Prop. REAL ESTATE
UNITED RECORDCENTER 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396
where
the
CARLTON REALTY 6265 NW 7th Avenue "Any In world
1262 NW 32nd Street you want to go"
DRESS SHOPS 635-3177 Latest Hit Records & LPs AND
TICKETS tarT

5843 PATRICIA'S NW 696.3515 17th Avenue INC. 4932 LIFE NW 7th REALTY Avenue UPHOLSTERYAL'S UPHOLSTERY NO MORE AT Dugies Guest House

PL 9.4371 5509 NW 7th Avenue ,
LORY'S FASHION SHOPS "See our ad on page 22" 759-8907 IVoe'ftn'TUYEL 2941 NW 47th St. 634.3851 J
6112 NW 7th Avenue
8/1iUU
Martin W. Smith AFRO.BAHAMIANIMPORT.EX
BROWN REALTY
4740 FORT CORP. "Your Neighborhood TravelAgents" There ore no better rooms on earth, than the
FUNERAL HOMES 754.0655v.nu.RAHMINGS 871 NW 7th St. Box 1119
EVERGREEN Hallandale, Fla. rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
MORTUARY Phone 927(1927 Ae near to you as your
1744 NW 3rd Avenue Percy Hepburn telephone. Give us a call. Seeing I is believing. The accommodations
371-8343 SHOE REPAIR We' deliver. 1104 NW 3rd you'll receive, you will find only in thi s
JOHNSON & Ave. FR 98451. Chos. C.
SONS
RANGE FUNERAL HOME SHOE SHOP North, Manager. brother.
5770 NW 17th Avenue 6570 NW 15th Avenue INCOME TAX SERVICEDade '
691.4343 691.9850 Jamaica !Dugie, Always a Friend.
Federal Bldg.
MANKER-#iILTON CLEANERS& LAUNDRYTERRY'S 5800 NW 7th Ave. Suite 214

6701 NW 15th Avenue BookeepingAccounting SAVE UP TO 40%
691.9151 CLEANERS
Ph. 751-7943- For Immediate 'Service
Repairs and Alterations ON
LAUNDRY & 4653 NW 32nd Avenue
CLEANING Phone: 634.9257 START WORK TODAY! Arto Insurance WilliamsNorthwestern

WILLIAMS' EMPLOYMENTBURLANG A Public Service Over Liability Physical
TAILORS & CLEANERS 20 Years
1 Day Service Alterations DamageSR Cabs
4842 NW 27th Avenue EMPLOYMENT Live In Maids 22 Filing .
Phone1634.9251 Local & Out of Town Cooks Bus Boys '''7J
DE SOTO CLEANERS 502 NW 54th St. 757.7674 Dishwashers Porters Mo One Refused .w?,'
1515 NW 62nd Street Miss Vee Jean BurgherCONTRACTORS Gas Station Drivers GOOD DRIVERSNo RADIO DISPATCHED .j
Hotel & Home MaidsWe
696.0862 Appreciate Your Finance Charge 24 HRS. SERVICE

PHOTOGRAPHY Business as little as
J. H. COPE
LAND
15% DOWN
I JOHNSON CONSTRUCTION
OF MIAMI FR 9.8382
1186 NW 38th Street General Contractor 0ni AT SHE LL'S CITY Phone ,.jt
( 635-4748 2939 NW 634-6233 48th Terrace ,534N.Miami Ave (South Door) ""I J '

DOCTORS Additions, Flarmbedrmbath PLAZA INSURANCE 63543127 r '


DR. G. H. GREENE MIAMI TlMfS!; Phone:754-4951 AGENCY ; .1 I'
Foot Specialist/
Hour: 5:30-7:30, all day Sot. ADVERTISERSAppreciate 5941 NW 7th AvenuePe1IJUi LOCATED AT: ,. 7.
5722 NW 17th Avenue your business. 0.r
Phone 693.0818 They are courteous and 2400 NW 62nd St.,

dependable. Support them! t

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p. ... .. . .. FLORIST RELIABLE
Heml: Florida
,
: SEWING MACHINE I Typewriter & Adding

i. "REPAIR SPECIAL" : '
I I1I''it
: Cleaned & Oiled I ; rD i 4340 N. M.7th Avenue Machine ServicesALL

'Adjust Tensions I Miemi, Florid. WORK GUARANTEEDFREE

.1 *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150. II Introducing PICKUP AND DELIVERY

*Check all Wiring Air Makes : New BILLY SIMMONS i. RENTAL SERVICESGive
Photographer at
I 1 Year Guarantee
& Models
I us a call. Then compare our prices.
House ofPhotography
: Call 625-1261 D NI l 1T : PHONE: 379-3846 EUGINE EVA::

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4930 NW 7th Avenue''

18 Years of Responsible HOME 5 YRS OF AAA 757-7741 w. o. r.", COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

Building Service to AUTO SERVICE WE WIRE FLOWERS
The Community ANYWHERE STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
BUSINESS 759-4603 SpecialBUY
".00 Minimum'
When Buying or Building
I ((8xQ| ) PHOTOIN Code 305 VET TV

LIVING COLOR I
CALL STANLEYPL 754-8061 I TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

o 1-3604 GET ONEFREE 7584371KING I 379-7735

." Beautiful Homes

Built Lot or on OursAttractive Your : 846 NW 2NO AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

Alterations J 1
and THE TAILOR \,
Additions t
Let us DemolishYour Buy first class insurance "The Pants King" "None Better in Miami" I
Worn OutHouse Low monthly paymentsSR

Lovely and Builda New 22 filed immediately 6129 NW 7th Ave. FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY

Home Compare Us With Others!1\!

Call Us for .Facts About FREE ADVICE ON ANY Made
Building INSURANCE PROBLEM Pants to Measure Any Style SEftCH J V

I From: 19.95
f
Good Bank Financing fj
Notary Service Fast Service Perfect Fit Guaranteed j
TV
RADIO
STANLEY BUILDERS, STEREO REPAIRS i
Inc.Licensed EARL CARROLL Thousandsof Patterns for Your Approval Shop Phone: 754.8462 Emergency 691.6547 ;

Insured Ins..Agency of Fla.

888 N. E. 79th Street 4602 NW 7th AVENUE 5906 NW 7th AVENUE
Miami, Florida NOW 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Economy Drugs #1
1.---------sr "Since 1949" AUTO INSURANCEImmediate
1101 NW 3rd 313.1264
AVENUE
1 WE NEED : THE THERESA FLORIST

:SEWING MACHINES 5841 NW 17th Avenue Economy Drugs #2 SR-22 Filing
Don't be fooled by low down payments for applicationswhich
I WE BUY ALL II Expert Funeral Designs 5120 NW nth AVENUE 696-2421 do not give you Insurance coverage. We have
1 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL been In business for two generations and take prideIn
MAKES & MODELS Community Drugs servicing our customers with honest explanationsand
I I 10% Reduction on honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat
6150 NW 15th AVENUE 691.6651 give) you the lowest possible rates. '
1
Call! : Standing Sprays
We carry everything a good Drug Store should corry- LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTSD.
PHONE J 693-4531 And More GOODMAN & SONS
625-1261 : Night: '621-6056 Samuel Johnson & Joseph Peltier 2638 NW 62n ST. ox ,.0330
Pharmacists,
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Spearing with....... Humphrey Hazelton, Atkins

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,I Head Courier RC All Americans ,


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Twenty-two of the nation's men Nolan Smith, Kansas City Bethea, both 265, the defense McDaniels, Miss. Valley. H'-
-" premier! football players will Chiefs, and Lem Barney, De- averages 245 pounds from end Back. Edward Tomlin, Hamp-

BY HARRY SPEARL. IJ>e honored Jan. 5 at the fourth troit Lions and veterans Willie to end. ton, F'Back.
annual New Pittsburgh Richardson Baltimoreand The offensive and defensive Alfred Beauchamp

curler Royal Crown Cola Sherman Plunkett, New York platoons. Southern, End.Harry Sharper,
A. RAMS vs. CLEVELAND BROWNS SUNDAY \Ill-American Awards Banquet Jets.The John Eason, Fla.A&M, End. Va. State, End. Claude Hum-

[ Festivities will be heldit awards are made annually Elmo Maples, Southern, End. prey, Tenn. State, Tackle.
The runnerups of their divisions play at the Orange Bowl the Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel inmemory of Galimore Tommy Funches, Jackson, Carlton Dabney,Morgan,Tackle -

this coming Sunday, Jan. 7. The Rams were defeated by the The team, selected by and Farrington key players on Tackle Arthur Shell, Md. William Kindricks, Ala.

packers for the Super Bowl playoff championship, a match of sports,. writers, coaches, and the 1963 Chicago Bears NFL State, Tackle. Henry Davis, A&M, Guard. Robert Reeves,
this type should outdraw 58,088 who watched Baltimore de- !I professional football scouts, championship team who were Gram b 11 n g, Guard. Willie S. C. State, Center John Out-
feat the Philadelphia Eagles 20 14 last January. The Rams i is comprised of players from killed in an automobile acci- Banks, Alcorn, Guard. David law, Jackson, Def. HB. Major
will work out at Miami-Dade Junior College and the Browns j twill nation's 56 predominantly dent prior to the start of the Snead, Tuskegee, Center. El- Hazelton, Fla. A&M, Def. HB.

work at the MiamiStadium, starting at 10:00 a.m. Sundays J Negro colleges. 1964 season. dridge Dickey, Tenn. MT, Robert Atkins, Grambling,
appearance will be the first for the Rams. The Browns have Highlights of the banquet Of the 22 super stars selected O/Back. Charles Williams, Def. HB. and Daryl Johnson,

played here twice. Tickets can be obtained at the University of ,r1llinclude presentation of the to the 1967 offensive and defensive Ark. AM&N, H'Back. David Morgan, Def. HB.
Miami Downtown Ticket Office S. E. First Street, and the national championship trophj teams. 21 are seniors

Orange Bowl Gate 7. Kick off time is 1:45 p.m. I to: Morgan State College of The only J junior is Robert '

Baltimore and recognition ol, Reeves, 240-pound center ;" "' ",'I,.';' ,'
ORANGE BOWL HANDICAP SATURDAYA Eddie Robinson of Gramblin from South Carolina State. ':

I College, Grambling, La., as Five members of this year's ,, 'I,.
number of the area's leading stakes winners have been Coach of the Year." team also made the 1356 All- .1,

nominated for Saturday's renewal of the$20,000 added Orange Individual awards will go to, America squad.Repeaters. fo,i"': ';. .
Bowl Handicap at Tropical Park. The mile and one sixteenth I Claude Humphrey, Tennessee are Eldridge "6 1',

prelude to the$50,000 added Tropical park Handicap on closing :State University Nashville, Dickey Tennessee-State '
day Is open to three-year-olds and old and has often serv- I"lineman of the year;" Major quarterback who has made the .\. : ..

ed to mark the winter debuts of South Florida's brightest thoroughbred I Hazelton, Florida A&M University team three years straight; ,.' ,"',.

stars. "back of the year," John Eason, Florida A&M end; ';':.>'i'! '
I indGrambling's Robert t: Charlie Williams, running
Graham French's Crafty Look and 0.J.O'Shea's Wild Card, \tkins "specialist of the! back, Arkansas AM&N; Hum- '
winner of their respective divisions of the $15,000 added year." phrey, and Elvin Bethea,265-
'
Christmas Handicap, are expected to defend their titles in the The awards banquet Is co--pound guard torn North Carolina

Orange Bowl Handicap. Hobeau Farm's Peace Pipe and W. J. sponsored by the New Pitts- UT.
Fowler's Sacramento,respective second place finishers in that burgh Courier and the Royal The 1967 offensive line

event, are also expected to compete for the Orange Bowl title. I Crown Cola Company,Colum- averages a whopping 230

bus, Georgia. pounds. The backfield aver-

Others anticipated for the Orange Bowl Handicap include: Four top players In the National ages 192 pounds. ,t

Aczay, Valam,Royal Malabar, Tequillo,Sir Winzqlot,Icy Nino, and American Football 1 I The defensive line could "'5 : wI
Rivoli, Sheet Anchor,,and Stanislas. Leagues will receive the I match weights pound for : "
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Willie Galimore-John (Bo)I pounds with most professional 1trt; "

Four thoroughbreds have taken the Orange Bowl Handicapand Farrington Memorial wards,.. teams. Anchored by Alabama ". :. "t 1 ;
All M's William Kindricks and
The players are first-year
then gone on to annex the$50,000added Tropical Park '; '.' .( )
Handicap, the traditional closing day feature which this sea- : } ,.
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son falls on Tuesday, the 16th of January. Those four are Florida Memorial \k1 I
Bradstown in 1959, on-and-on in 1960, Sunrise Flight in 1963 Plays f $
and Suspicious in 1965. .w

Biscayne Here Jan. 13 + L :}

PLAY OFF KICK OFF LUNCHEONMany ;L' \
Miami's newest college, Florida Memorial "Lions." I' :
Florida Memorial, now under The college is a member of JIi1 : .,
visiting Kiwanians, Rotarians and other civic leadersin construction at NW 156 St and the Southeastern Athletic As- ,

Miami for the Orange Bowl Festival, will meet top professional LeJeune Rd., which will open sociation and the team has a ; ..r. :

football coaches, officials and players at the pro- for classes In Sept., 1968 upon schedule of 26 games this

play-off classic luncheon on Friday, Jan. 5, atthe EvergladesHotel. its relocation from St.Augustine year.Walter

Fla., will play its initial Fordham Is In his
basketball game In this city second year as coach and he is

National football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle is expected against Biscayne CollegeJan. rebuilding a new team which

to be among the guests of honor.The luncheon will pre- 13th. plays a running game and uti-

cede, by two days, the Jan. 7 NFL pro play-off game in the The predominantly Negro lizes a 1-2-2 zone defense.
Orange Bowl.In four year liberal arts schoolIs The college had a 4-20 sea-
one of the oldest In the Stateof son last year.

Florida. The game with Biscayne
addition to players and coaches of the competing teams
This will be the first appearance College is a home and home
the entire University of Miami "Hurricanes" squad will be
In Miami for the engagement
guests.


STAKE CHAMPS TO RACE AT HIALEAHA Ken Knight Is' Dean Of -t'


record 75 race horses-- more than 50 percent North

American stakes winners in 1967 -- have been nominated for florida Radio And TV j d ,
Hialeah's 31st running of the $looOOO--a Widener Handicap ny n d.rp a d rQ
-
,it was announced by Racing Secretary Kenneth Noe Jr. "Ken Knight is a giant in completely different show,
Twenty-two are foreign-breds. Jacksonville,' according to a featuring blues, jazz,and var-
speech during a recent Ban iety as compared to a religious -

Thirty-nine nominees won stakes last year in the United quet of the Westside Businessand format on the Sunday Undefeated AI Jones

States or Canada. Five won four or more major addedmoneyevents Professional Club at his morning telecast. I

-- In Reality(6),Straight Deal((6)),He's a Smoothie ((5)), hometown Daytona Beach Still basking in the congra-
Handsome Boy (4), and War Censor (4). where Ken started a broadcast tulatory comments of the December Meets Matt Blow Jan. 9
career which has all the tonesof TV Anniversary, he

Two 1967 Champions are on the roster for the 1 14milerace a storybook production. looks forward tojanuary 1968, The sports activities during mark and will be making his
who the 21st of his
Floridian anniversary radio
a
on Saturday, February 17,the East'sfirsthundredgrander Knight, Miami's Super Bowl week will 21st start. His over-all rec
made good at home,this month career, a milestone he did
of the year.Straight ord shows 16 victories and
9 box-
be augmented by a Jan.
celebrated his sixth year of not forsee during his debut on
telecasting over station WROD radio in Daytona Beachin Ing show at Miami Beach Au- fair defeats. In his last appearance
Deal, the champion handicap mare owned by Mrs. WJXT Channel 4 in Jackson- January 1946. ditorium which will headline he banged out a 10-
Ethel D. Jacobs, is one of two mares nominated. The other is ville. ,He boasts the "Ken with Al Jones, Miami's unde- round decision over Charley
the Venezuelan import Saudade II, owned by Fort Royal Inc. Sunday feated heavyweight contenderin James at the Olympic Boxing
Knight Show" seen Later, he went to Atlanta and
10-round main bout Club inL. A. which was syn-
mornings in the north Florida became the first Negro to landa a
Straight Deal banked $302,270 in 1967 while winning eight continuousone against newcomer Matt Blow, dicated on a boxing show and
area has been a job as Program Director on
races including the Delaware: Vineland, Bed tf. Roses. ,.TopFlight of Los Angeles, California. seen in Miami on Ch 23's fightof
without a single interruption. WERD. He stayed four
years
and Orchid Handicaps, and the Spinster Stakes to be- ,. Produced by Ken, the there before entering the The 23-year-old Jones, a the week presentation.Blow .
come the world's second richest race marewlth lifetime earn- of 6-6, 225-pounder with a south-
show features an array Armed Forces. also has appeared on
ings of $658,463.He's musical talent and has main- paw boxing style will be puttinghis
in two-round exhibition
of the Year is the other Currently, a rage on Jack unblemished record on the TV a
a Smoothie, Canada's Horse tained a top rating accordingto bout with title contender Joe
champion listed.He posted five stakes successes in the Domin- the Nielson report. sonville's WRHC, he Is knownas lines as he seeks his 20th Frazier and he was
JerryQuarry's
ion in Bill Beasley's colors, while earning $112,265. The dynamic personalityadded the conductor on the straight professional victory.The mate
top sparring
"Knight I train" and "Sweet heavy-handed lefty, who
another feather to his
Mrs. Frances A. Genter's Reality,with earning$415,984, "success cap" recently when Chariot programs, which numbers 15 victories by while the latter prepared for
his two starts against
and Hobeau Farm's Handsome Boy, winner of three$100,000- he launched a TV productionthe have been rolling since Jan- knockouts comes off an easy winning Patterson In
added Stakes while accumulating $298,535, ranked fifth and "Ken Knight Showcase"on uary 1953. 10-round decision over Bob ex-champ Floyd
seventh respectively on the list of the top money winners for WFGA-TV, Channel Ken is married to the for- Stallings, a New York heavy- the WBA heavyweight tourna-
1967. mer Frenchie Scotto a Jack- weight. ment.
I HAVE SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF Jacksonville night. shown on Sunday sonville school teacher. Matt Blow, a New Yorker The Super Bowl Week boxing w
show will feature a lineupof
Miami Times, show format includes A street in one of Jackson- who fights out of California
with the The new bouts
This ninth preliminary
is 1968 and 1'm in my year starting
I have enjoyed every minute of it. Wbe I first joined the staff an interview with out- ville's newest communities Is matches Jones in age and ex- at 8:30 which will support the
I meant a lotto in the named for him. perience but will give away
which standing personalities
they greeted me Just like one of their own, Miami Beach debut of Matt
staff but here lam,, still field of business, education, Of all this Ken says,"com- pounds and inches to the giant-
me. I was unknown to any of the stands 6-2 Blow as he seeks to hand Al
sized Blow
Jones.
column. fraternal and national record- munication Is a growing industry -
' reading my his
all Jones first
going strong and hope you enjoy boxing defeat.
,
Ii' and fights around the 209-
Thanking you one and all. Ing artists. "Showcase" is a I plan to growwith it


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22THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 5,, 1968

I:, f l\\ Belafonte Helps EOPI Here With Check For $4,000 I HALLANDALE

:' I Harry Belafonte,famedbal- ancial difficulties. Belafonte and his wife, when Johnny Carson on the Tonight SELL or TRADE
ladeer, civil rights activist Belafonte pledged to serveon the donation was made were Show for two weeks,beginningin
and world traveler,having finished the national board of the Municipal Judge Donald W. February, he will host the ,6 CBS UNITS
his $5,000 a night per- coming to Miami Florida Jones and the Reverend Edward Rev. Graham and Dr. Royal
formance at the New H11torPlaza Memorial College, and to help Graham. Pur year, president of the $18,000 LIVE RENT FREE
in Miami Beach this establish a Negro arts and cul- When Belafonte replaces Memorial College. This i is $5,000 less than replacement costs.
week, donated $4,000 to the tural center. Small down. Will handle or will trade for Dade

Miami EOPI, and made a Among those attending the ""' tI property. Be your own landlord and build up an
pledge to support several local meeting in the suite of Mr. PhiI : ," estate for your future.
;!
projects.The $100 DOWN $65 MO. RE'AI.... y \<" I OWNER 3733304REALTOR

No closing costs, no quali
check was presented to fying. Drive to 2968 NW
City Commissioner Mrs. 59th, STREET, then coll. I \ BROKER ;;;
ARTHUR
,
Vacant. 3 large rooms
At hall e Range, for the near
fenced both
modern yard '
bankrupt Economic Opportunity Move 'right In. We have OPEN 7 DAYS ; YUDIN I ((8
Program, Inc.,where mostof many other good buys with ,
small down payment. ,l' I. '
the workers are on the vergeof TIRELLA REALTY 1906 NW 7th AVE: PHONE 691.4185
being laid off because of fin- Realtors PAY LESS THAN RENT OWN YOUR HOME
10124 NW 7 -754-5426
Neat 2 bedroom CBS large Fla room, tile roof, 1742 NW 80th St.$10,500FHA$350down$65.ll
----- city water and also pump and well for your yard, month. 2 br CBS Fla rm, dining rm, fenced yard,
stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at Seller pays all doting costt. -
King Really Inc. of Miami down and $59.65 month FHA.
$300
$9,600, Odown
9120 Little River Blvd.$14,000 FHA, $45 I
"King Si.. BUYI"REALTORS 8000 NW 7th THIS BEAUTY MUST BE SEEN! ', $86.91 month. br CBS, Fla rm, dining rm, utilityrm
DADE COUNTY Ave. # tile roof, hardwood floors, wall to wall carpet *
IS OUR Like new home on I lovely street. Near everything. ,tat large corner lot.Seller pays all closing cost.
KINGDOM Miami, Fla. 8421 NW 22nd Place. Front porch, tile roof, ..'
jalousied windows, large modern kitchen, modern ">: 520 NW 47th St. $13,000 FHA, $400 down,
33150 furniture. This dream home I Is $12,000 FHA with : $80.82 month, 3 br CBS with income apartment.
Call: $400 down and $74.41 month and seller' pays I Flo room, dining roomtile roof, hardwood floors.

6932881DON'T closing costs, too. CAROL CITY 3 br, 2 bath CBS. $1000 down &
$122 month pays all. Modern tile kitchen with all \
YOU'LL LOVE THIS SPACIOUS HOME appliances built-in. Large Fla room,2 utility rms,
This spotless home at 2454 NW 86th St. has a
large built-in kitchen wall to wall carpeting, carport. !
beautiful appliances, drapes, 2 air conditioners, I
CAROL CITY $13,000, $200 down & $82 mo.
extra s lee p i n g room in rear, etc. FHA price pays all. No qualifying for this 4 br, 2 bath beauty.
$13,000, $400 down and $80.82 month. Located right in back of elementary school. I
BE LATE IN 68

BUY NOW ACROSS FROM SCHOOL W. LITTLE RIVER 1739 NW 92nd St. $12,500 FHA,' $400 down & i
$77.61 month. Duplex. Rent side & Live free f
LITTLE RIVER DRIVE 8418 NW 24th Ave. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, right one
in the other. Seller all closing
costs.
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla next to schools. Tile roof, carport; awning win- pays r

room, screened patio, carpeting, FHA terms. dows, air conditioner, stove, refrigerator. FHA VETERANS & URBAN RENEWAL $100 DOWN
$13,000, $400 down and $80.82 month.
9015 NW 12 AVENUEWow PHONE: 691-4785 1906 NW 7th AVE.

2 bedroom beauty, Fla room, stove, ,refrig., BEAUTIFUL NEW AREA-NEAR EVERYTHINGModern OPEN 7 DAYS

sprinklers! rugs, FHA. Don't n.''!' this one! 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, front porch, carport

jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting,
935 NW 83 STREETCan fenced. New area, near schools. ,shopping, bus.
you believe this ? 2 bedroom, carport, stove FHA $13,000, $400 down, $80.82 month.
refrigerator, painting inside and out; only $11,000vets CAR L TON

$100 down. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

1351 NW 51 TERRACE Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, jalousie windows *

2 bedroom, Flo! room, carpeted, FHA, $100 downto terrazzo floors, modern kitchen, lots of
vets. cohJn.ts, la'gt landscaped lot. Near everything.FHA REALTY 635-3177
$12,500, $400 down and $77.61 month. (BROKER

WATERFRONT9440 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE fHA CBS, 2 bdrm, 1 both, tile rf, vynl firs.,
2 bedroom, large Fla room, completely furn. Fish OUTSTANDING BUY LESS THAN RENT $300 down. $62.22 mo. '

from your back yard. Modern 3 bedroom CBS in new area near schools, FHA CBS, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, tile rf, beauty.
shopping, bus. Jalousie windows, large lot ap $13,500, $450 down, $83.71 mo.
6401 N. W. MIAMI AVENUE pliances. Bargain at $10,200, $350 down. $ 3J8
Corner beauty, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, deluxe area. month. Live better for less. Don't miss this I FHA CBS, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, perfect set-up for
only $15,500.OPEN doctor, dentist, teacher, man.
7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE ?:: ', :NO:" QUALIFYING-NO", RED"/TAPE $15,000, $450 down, $102.95 mo.

HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN ,Modern 3 bedroom CBS In beautiful new area FHA CBS, 3 UNITS.: Live rent free. Duplex &
.
NEW VA LIST OUT THIS WEEK Terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, awnings, extra House. $175 mo. Income $22,500,
CALL FOR CHOICE SELECTIONSWe stove, air conditioner, wall to wall Carpeting. I $1,500 down. $134.70 mo.
specialize In homes for persons being displaced Bargain at $12,000 with $1,000 down and takeover
NO
in Urban Renewal area,Miami Hauling FHA payments of $82 month pays all QUALIFYING
Projects, Veterans. Call to see if you qualify. 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, Fla rm, CBS, fenced cor.
You're only a phone call away. $13,750, $1750 down, $95 month.
LAKEFRONT OUTSTANDING BEAUTYA
3 BDRM I BATHgarage, extra features.
$1,000
superb 3 bedroom home for the buyer who is
down will terms.
looking for the best.Tile roof, jalousie windows, arrange
Buy A House Today awnings, air conditioned, beautifully landscaped VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN
grounds, rear patio with bar-b-que, sprinkler sys
down and take FHAmortgageof .
tem. $3,000 overexlsting J 'I' ..' :"' :
((1)) 255 NW 53rd St. Duplex. $250 down. $13,880, $120 month pays everything. Best Buys in I Town I ;9

$72 month FHA. ,,
FIND SECURITY WITH INCOME PROPERTIESWe
((2)) 3260 NW 48th Terr. $300 down, $85 mo. NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING
have a few 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment
3 bedroom CBS home. /, buildings that you can buy with as little.as $1,500 DRIVE BY 2460 NW 88 STREET
\;, down. Live free In one apartment and collect ln- CALL SHELL TO SEE
((3)) 3061 NW 69th Terr. $300 down, $82 month. come from ,the others.No red,tape. Move right In.
3 bedroom, CBS home. ji These are perfect for, retired couples Come seel:) j $250 DOWN $12 MO. CBS, 2 bedroom, carport..
Just and
painted in out. $11,500 FHA total

((4)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedroom, 2 bath WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
$350 DOWN corner CBS beauty. 3 BEDROOMS.Big .
home. $1,000 down. YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR Fla room, utility room, appliances,2 air conds.
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING Circular driveway. Fenced. $13,700 total.
((5)) 5537 NW 4th Ave. Move right In. $300 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY FHA

down, 2 bedroom, Fla room. ; :," SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! ., 8 YR. NEW. CBS beauty. 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH.

f I.. TO BETTER SERVE, YOU : ,' Freshly painted. No qualifying $1,500 down
((6)) 14265 NW 22nd PI. $200 down. $46 mo. ,i' BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT $11,500 total.

16000 NW 27th AVENUE
((7)) 6545 NW 6th Ave. $300 down FHA. k' (In'27th 'Ave. Shopping Center) $350 DOWN. Fenced CBS beauty. 3 BEDROOM.
CBS house. Qgrport, large lot. 624.3666 Open 7 Doysl I Fla room, dining room, utility room, appliances,
cond.
air
$14,000 FHA.
RENT WITH, OPTION TO BUY

4112 NW 11th Ct. $20 week ici1REALTYBROKER 2 BEAUTIESON I LOT. 3 bedrooms dining and
Fla rooms. Large jalousied front porch. REAR
3034 NW 56th <;t. $23 week
HOUSE: 1 bedroom plus and Yz
apt. garage bath.
68th week
3207 NW St. $22
Reasonable down. $100 per month. $12,500 total.
3274 NW 68th St. $20 week No qualifying.WE .

APARTMENTS FOR RENT 4932 NW 7th Ave. HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS

4612 NW 16th Ave. $20 week $100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS

14460 NW 22nd Av. $16 week PL 9-4371
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CLASSIFIED Nice efficiency FOR RENT for 1 pens,on THE DORSEY DIARY- I

ADS or working couple. $ZQ Nod
I eThe New Year has begun,and Last but not least our sen-
posits. NE 55566. with it comes the hope and iors, the ninth graders have
il2l OR LESS *I X50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Room promise of a better year. these thoughts on the New "
i DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON very nice, in besot U1 There are many activities at Year*
.. I' home, good neighborhooNice d. Dorsey at this time but what Riley Smith: "We should try
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALENo clean lady only.$13.50 more Important thing than to to have abettor attendance

8441 NW 25 Ave. 2 bedrooms, NO QUALIFYING closing cost. Fine home for 759-6026. let Dorsey students sxpress record."
1 bath doll bouse. No qualifying total their thoughts and resolutionsfor Edna Rolle "To more
$8,750 for this lovely 2 large family 3 bedroom, extra ; pay
$10,500.00 total price, bedroom 1 bath CBS. Terms large Florida room. Maybe MISCELLANEOUS the coming year. attention to my lessons;to stop
low downpayment, monthly only $750 down, fenced back used as 4th bedroom enclosed From the seventh grade,wets talking so much; to study my
terms, to fit your pocketbook yard lot size 50x124 stove and have these resolutions; appearance; to attend church
front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile Middle age working lady wanl I
price Includes stove. refrige. some furnishings this Is a roof, hardwood floor, wall to efficiency or room with nic e Rudolph Nabbie; "To study regularly."
rator, air-conditioners, fenced steal. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor, wall carpet,fenced. FHA$14- quiet family. Prefer prlvat te as many books as possible and George Laster; "To go to
yard. See today. Aetna Call show no Jealousy or cowar- school more often and keep out
anytime 7512243.
000, $450 down$86 month Vetsor bath. Call Friday after 6 p.m'
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th I dice." of trouble."
displaced persons $100 6963273.
St., Phone 757574. NO QUALIFYING down phone now before it Is Sandra Cox: "To learn andy Patricia Beeks: "All

FHA terms $18,500 pnly $800 too late. Atlantic and pacific Start new year right t) study more; to stay out of my Dorseyites shouldpassthe
8720 NW 14 Ave. 2 bedrooms,, down for this 4 bedroom 2 bathe Realtors 666-0411. learning to play the piano. 63:)- mother's room doing my hair; Physical Fitness Test and
1 bath,carport,oak floors,til )i home on beautiful Little RiverA 6737. Barbara Days: "I will improve make our school number one
roof, stove,refrigerator, FH Dr. By appointment only buta HOUSEHOLD GOODS my conduct and behavior again." _
$13,000.00 $tOO down (Vets must see, Fla.room and lots Been turned down? No creditor and also try to keep my tem- Denis e Tucker: "Students
$100)). No closing costs,$80.82!: of extras. A. Ben-Korl, Real- bad credit? I can get youbank CHILD CARE per down." should try to keep their re-
monthly be first Aetna Realty, tor, Call anytime 7512243. financing on new furni- Shelton Saunders: "To study sponsibilities in life."
(Broker 811 NW 54th St., ture, appliances,TV,a n d ste- harder and read more books." Patricia Walker: "Dorsey-
phone 757-7524. 2 bedroom house, living and reo. Call 661-2741. Lady, keep my child nights i i m Mary King; "Be in class on ites could Improve their attendance -

bath rooms, kitchen with din- (Jan. 4) your 6026. nice School clean home. 759'1- time; be more respectful;take this new year."
1310 NW 88.St., custom 3 bed- Ing area. Fla. room, patio and girl o. k. more pride in my schoolwork Coretha Dennis; "I will attend -
room, 2 bath, Fla.room,built- front porch. Can be seen Sa- FORT LAUDERDALE and school property." all my classes in the new

in kitchen, central heat, air- turday and Sunday afternoon Magnificent new home, 3 bed Child day care In my horni ie Seymour James: "To complete year."

conditioned, FHA $21,000.00, 821-4887. room, 2 tiled baths, terrazzo i I Your child will be given tl be whatever Fm doing." ean && "TO become a
$1,200.00 down (Vets $850)), floors, finished garage,par best of care. 759-8335. lodE,,f. talkRhom Maddox; "I will not bitter t student.!:!!.
$127.00 monthly. No closing tial air-condition and heated much this year and I
costs. If you really want the Garage Sale. Complete contents Custom-built cabinets and will try not to be selfish this Char lyce Woods; "Every
best, Inspect today. Aetna of home, Including per- year." boy and girl at Dorsey should
built-in stove. Low cash down
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th sonal items. 19900NE 21st payment. Phone Miami 371- Charles,Pino: "To do every promise to stop cutting class
St., Phone: 7575724. Ave. No agency. 2675 or 864-0854. Indef.) HOWARD, lesson in school and to obey my and being absent from school.
parents." This would make Dorsey a
1930 NW 93 St., 2 bedrooms, $300 down FHA. Very nice CBS AYARES The following eighth much better school. Try It and -..
1 bath, large Fla. room, oak> home, tile roof, Fla. room, FOR RENT graders also have some see."

floors, tile roof, carport, plus screened Fla. porch, thoughts about the new year: Terro Fenderson;"To start
fenced yard, oil heat, near 67 2 houses, two bedrooms dependable
stove -
refrigerator. FHA TOP Sheryl Rainet: "My New the new year out by having good
$13,750.00. No closing costs. St. and 5th Ave. Edison Real- parties only. Call Year's resolution is always behavior because it is the first
Hurry! Hurryl! Hurry! Aetna ty, Realtors, 7512441,175NW after 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. 696- QUALITYUSED be on time." step in becoming successful in

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th 62nd Street. 8099. Sharon Clark: believe the year 1968."
St., Phone: 757-5724. CARS that 1968 would be a nice year
$450 DOWN FHA Mature couple or single per- if dropouts would see about Let us all pay heed to the
NO CLOSING COSTS son to live in and take care of coming back to school." voices of the students at Dor-
19511 NW 37 Ct. 3bedrooms 4
2 bath No qualifying, built-in, 535 NW 58th STREET home for v e r y reasonablerent. : '62 PLYMOUTH l wr. 4 Robbie Rouse; "Some stu- sey, and thus be assured ofhaving'a
,..... ,
Lovely 3 bedroom CBS air- Call 374-8520,1629 NW Nu/t.F. AI" V.I
kitchen, carport, patio, fenc- O ,..., .,....1, dents should stop smoking, wonderful school year
conditioned heated wall to 1st Court. ..,,, .. 795
ed yard, dishwasher, drapesand : """, skipping class, fighting and for 1968. Needless to say, we
carpets total price $16- wall c a r p e t s, lovely drapes. + : cursing. This way, Dorsey will are proud of all the! studentswho
900 downpayment, and monthly', Beautiful big Fla. room, Al- Nice clean turn. 1 bedroomapt. '65 DODGE A tr: : become a better school,and we made these very fine and
lapattah Realty, 6330426. Nice quiet place. 6306NW ../
!1145 will become better Dorsey- thoughtful comments and observations -
payments tailored toy our bud A..l., ..... ::
15th Ave. Call FR 1-9797 or ites." on entering the New
get move today. Aetna Realty
(Broker), 811 NW 54th St., 'SEE'TODAVCOOD 737 NW 47th TERRACE TERMS NE 41886. Ask. for Kelly. -:'65 PLYMOUTH o Calvin Cash; "I velfeve that Year.
Phone 757-5724. "FURY III" 4-4ir Hir. 1968 would be a good year if
CBS, 3 bedrooms, porch,huge bedroom in private home. A I.,. rACTtRT AIR, ..t.. there wasn't so much vanda-
...
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1848 NW 93rd Street, 2 complete rooms, garage, best location. Hot and cold water.NE 4-2264. "". ..4 r 11595 lism and children would not
i $250 Down.
h.t.r .....
homes for price of one. $300 down. Owner 693-2631. NW 59th St. o become dropouts."
_
Front home 2 bedrooms,2 bath Robin Clarke: "Todobetterin
back house 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 2 bedrooms, partly furn.Near Room for nice working couple. + SPECIAL my schoolwok and to come $76 Month
both CBS. Total price $17,500(| schools and transportation, 944 NW 49th St. 757-4149. o '65 FORD ..I./...."II, to school as often as pos-
FHA or No qualifying conven jalousied porch. Many extras. o ,..... .'.,.'1.. ..'... i sible."
rAOTORT AIR liMI*
tional. Downpayment and I PLUS separate rental unit. 2 room garage. Middle age tliMi". iitimtli triii* Barbara Peeples; "To go to 2 bedroom CBS, hardwood
.. .,..
,,
monthly payment tailored for Price $10,500. Must see to ap- person or working couple. No If lulu,. ,1. class on time and to obey the floor, factory cabinets,
you. Ideal for two families or predate. Call 681-6049 for children 824 NW 56th Street. knur 1795 teacher." built-in range, corner, 3
for Income. Aetna Realty appointments. Joyce Johnson; "People lots, near but, schools &

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Ph. 1 bedroom cottage. Furnishedor : '66 MERCURY Al..t should do as you would do unto shopping.
757-5724. 2 bedroom home, Fla room and unfurnished. Reasonable. .IN; them"
den extra wash bowl, com- 2161 NW 58th Street. Phone 4 AIR-I..r, nil MirltM., ,.....fAITORT, "..., A DRIVE BY:
1135 NW 83rd St. Gorgeous 2 plete air and heat, sprinkler 691-7804. o',*> ".,./.rlle I., ", "r.1975 2241 NW 88 STREET
bedrooms, 1 bath on Lake Ar- system and awnings, built-in

cola. Carport,huge Fla.room,, dishwasher. Call 944-0724 or Rooms. Nice location. Near : '65 PLYMOUTH.J J additions REMODELINGRoom remodeling '
stove and refrigerator, fenc 693-4074. bus lines. Quiet neighborhood. ..'../.... J. .", A III alterations commercial (Wilson Realty
ed yard, dishwasher and wash- 2161 NW 58th Street. Phone Call; :::II '1295 -industrial residential. Free-
Ing machine. FHA 2027 NW 100th STREET 6917804.
$15,000.00 691-6166
est i m a t e s. Allied Builders
$450, down, Nc closing costs I $300 DOWN $81 MONTH FHA t '65 4 446-3288. Jan 5
(Vets $100)), $93.33 monthly. No closing oosts. Lovely 2 A nice lady to rent a room In Ayti,BARRACUDA ilin, .
This house can't last,be first. bedroom CBS, tile roof, fenced private home at 5710 NW 10th! Jr.r.i49sI'66;? .
Aetna Realty (Broker), 811; near school. Only$12,900. Avenue. Phone 634-5691. .
.
NW 54th St., Phone 757-5724. Call now. RAMBLER ,;?.".. | Lincoln Fields
Spitzer Realty,Realtors Room for a working man. $13 H.,.,.". Alt. triiiMli, :
FHA Terms total $14,000ca1 y r 8201 BISCAYNE BLVD. week. 3160 NW 67th St. 0o /DM.' ,k..n::li..1175 Apartments
$450 down and $103 pays all!I 759-8741

for this beautiful very large :2 Private room, private phone, ./1' Lex.rrs. RESIDENT MANAGER

bedroom 1 bath CBS with lots 541 NW 44th STREET nice neighborhood, male pre- .. ,(63..*r OLDS. L.*<,*<. .ACTOR.... F.11. 2045 NW 62nd STREET OX 1-8862
of extras a must see In best 1 Greatest buy In town! Only 1 ferred. Call 696-4570 or 691- ""
1IT1I.1.1155! Enjoy Living In our Cool, Clean Apartments
8929. 1545 NW 68th :
area. A. Ben-Korl, Realtor,> year old- on gorgeous street Street. Offering Many Features
612 NW 60th St. Call anytime! $99.00 per month. 3 bedroom .
751-2243. 2 baths. Drive buy and then Furn. room In private home 0 SPECIAL

call 235-2958 for appointment. for settled person. Cooking o '66 DODGE .'..''I..:: i FREE GAS FREE CITY WATERTile
BEAUTIFUL INCOME Indef. privileges. Call 371-5779. WIIM. Alt. trim..
FHA Terms $16,500 only$600 "CLIAII..11575. Bathroom Free Garbage Disposal
down and $120 month pays all, 857 NW 73rd STREET House 3 bedrooms, Phone 758- : i Newly Painted Refrigerator Gas Stove
live rent free. This is a beauty Greatest buy In town! Only 1 5317. Washing Machines Venetian Blinds

three bedroom 2 bath one year old- on gorgeous street i Free Parking Laundry Rooms
has a private entrance for rent $90.00 per month. 3 bedrooms Room. Middle age men only. '64 VALIANT :IWNin'tii : +
or live In this beautiful home work dur- My)., iitiMitli Free Hot Water Free Exterminating
2 baths. Drive by and then call Preferrable those Iran. Ink. |*
with large family drive by! 235-2958, for appointment.Indef. ing day. Reasonable rent.Call i *t :. .. JLU79t i
9553 NW 26 Ave, then call me 7593360.A .
to see. Don't miss this A. f CARETAKERS ON PREMISES

Ben-Kori, Realtor, call any Pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, nice efficiency apt.Near A TURKEY
time 751-2243.. tile roof, hardwood floor. everything. 739 NW 77th Ter. OR HAM
fenced corner lot FHA. !
3 BEDROOM CBS $13,000, $400 down, $80 .mo. 566/ NW 22nd STREET With purchase j EXTRA SPECIALOFFICE
FHA terms $16,200 only $800 1 veterans or displaced persons 11/2 room cottage for couple of any
down and $117 month pays al 1. $100 down. Atlantic and Pa- only. Weekly $17. Unfurnished. :
This Is a lovely home 3 bedroom cific Realtors 666-0411. Immediate occupancy.Call J of the above cars WILL BE OPEN TILL 3:00 P. M. ..

1 bath dining room gar Mr. Gross daily, 444-6126 or SATURDAY, JANUARYS

age and large landscaped yard. Brand new fine quality 3 bedroom evenings HI 82824. MOWARBMRES5800W 1 I 1 1 I FOR RENTING
Just right for the New Year, 2 bath home. North of FUGLERATREOBD
In beautiful Little River Dr. expressway on open lot, at Small rooms for pensioners ,
area. Spotless A. Ben-Kori i' 4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone with cooking. Call after 7 p.m. RENTING OFFICE OPEN WEEK DAYS
Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call 1 builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. 6932534..
anytime 751-2243.
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24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 5, 1968

I'' j I 2 Killed In Weekend Red Rainwater Tubman Enters 25th Year I

!
Traffic Accidents As Liberia PresidentSeventytwo

Isahh Key, 37, of 1901 NW ward Matthew, of 2003 NW 73
; Died Where He ever since.
\i 65 St., was killed in a traffic St., the driver, was chargedwith -year-old inau-Wil- After being sworn in, Tub-
the liam V. S. Tubman was
accident Saturday night while leaving scene of an
man knelt on the inaugural
trying to cross NW 18th Ave. accident, careless driving, gurated Monday for his sixth
and uttered
term President of Liberia. platform a prayerof
and driving while Intoxicated.In as
Just south of 66th St. Officers Got Rich thanks he said for blessingsthat
of honor was
Among the guests
another Saturday night
said the car that struck Key were bestowed on his i
traffic accident South Dade Vice-president Hubert Hum
did not stop. ,
the he served as
country years
Deputies Winford McBee officers said John Thompson One of the best known num. drove his car to call a doctor phrey who represented Presi-
and James Reitmeyer later 20, of 9245 SW 42nd St., was bers bagmen in the Miami for him, but she was kept dent Johnson. president.
spotted a car at 2400 NW 48th killed when his car broke apart area, Houston Tillman (Red) waiting too long, the doctor Tubman, whose mother was
St. to fit the description of the after colliding with a pole at Rainwater, died last night in told her to call an ambulance.She born in Atlanta, Ga.announced Liberia has a one-party
hit-and-run auto. James Ed- SW 72nd St and 72nd Court. an apartment in the heart of the then called one but the am- that this will be his last system. Tubman received
Negro slum section of Miami bulance never reached her term. He has been presidentof 566,000 votes last May from
Admitted that he was a bag- apartment because the driver Liberia for 24 years. what his information service
man for many years,Rainwater could not find it. Liberia was settled by freed said were 700,000 eligible
.... died in the apartment of a Police finally reached Mrs. American slaves In 1822, and voters. The country has a population -
Negro friend, Mrs. Barbara Jones' apartment and found a has had close ties with U. S. of 1.25 million.

Jones, 850 NW 4th Avenuo,un- bruise on the backofRainwater's -
der circumstances that have right hand, and no other
SUPER SOUL TOP 40 triggered an investigation.A visible marks of injury. HENDERSON TRAVEL AND NORTH'S TRAVELOF

fixer in the lucrative num- In recent years Rainwater'sname ATLANTA OF MIAMI
JANUARY 6, 1968 bers business Rainwater's has popped up a few
body lay for 10 hours,according times in the investigations of IPtrlonagoorIJ
1. Chain of fools Aretha Franklin to police, before medical the numbers game. He once
2. Honey Chile Martha & vandellas examination.Mrs. admitted in court that when he ANNUAL TEACHERS
3. I Second the emotion Smokey & Miracles 11TH
Jones said that Rain- was under tax investigationshe
4. Looking for a fox Clarence Carter water was just a friend who gave an occasional $20 bill
5. Could Build world around; Marvin and Tamie EUROPEAN STUDY TOURin
my dropped by, became ill. He to a policeman. He said that
6. And get away The Esquires collapsed on the floor and was you might call that "protec-
7.0 How it hurts Barbara Mason brought by her to her bedroom, tion." cooperation with
8. Back up train Al Green where homicide officials found Rainwater lived in luxury; ALL STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

9. ril be sweeter tomorrow The 0' Jays him, fully clothed, his body he owned two charter boats anda
10. Born free The Hesitations crosswise on the bed with his palatial home at 13040 NW England Holland Belgium 'Luxembourg Germany
Switzerland Liechtenstein Austria
legs hanging off it. Miami Court. But in recent Italy
11. Heard thru the grapevine Gladys Knight & Pips Monaco France
When Mrs. Jones told authorities years he had stepped out of the
12. Come see about me Jr. Walker
that she had seen bolita business and protectiongame.
.;.. 13. Explosion in your soul The Soul Survivors Rainwater alive 10a.m. Leave New York July 8 Return July 29, 1968
,
14. I Feel an urge coming on Jo Armstead
they found it mysterious thatit The body of Rainwater and
15. Goddess of love Fantastic Four THREE WEEKS 11 COUNTRIES
took ten hours for the policeto his personal effects were
16. Lost Jerry Butler be notified. claimed by his son, James ONLY $799.00REGISTER
17. Mr. Soul Satisfaction Timmy Willes
But Mrs. Jones said that Rainwater, a Judge in the Small. NOWI!
18. My love is strictly for you Robert Ward
when Rainwater became ill she Claims Court.Technician .
19.Soul Girl Jeanne & Darlings
PROFESSIONAL ADVANTAGE OF TOUR
20.Ain't what you got Jimmey Hughes
Certificate Renewal Salary Increment
Civil Service Job
OpeningsThe Inspired Clanroom Instruction
21. Give love a try
my Linda Jones Academic Credit Available 'In Some State
22.Two little kids Peaches& Herb Interagency Board of US GS-5, $5331 per Enriched Historical and Cultural Background
23. Hey boy> Ruby Andrews Civil Service Examiners for year., Increased International Understanding

24. Nothing but heartaches The Artistfcs Florida located at 123 South Biological Laboratory RESERVATIONS ARE VERY LIMITED
25. Still burning in my heart The Drifters Court Avenue, Orlando, has Technician, GS-5, $5331 per
26.Stop Howard Tate issued the following examina- year. MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW AND

27. I Do Ben & Spence tion announcements to fill Engineering Technician, AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
28. Count the days Inez & Charlie Fox positions throughout the Stateof GS511, $5331$9221 per
LATE RESERVATIONS CANNOT BE GUARANTEED
29. Don't want to leave
you Job Stuart Florida with the exceptionof
30. Got a thing for you baby Mr, perculator 10 c o u n ties'Northwest year.Messenger, GS1,2, $3609
Florida; $3925 per year.Applications $100.00 Deposit will hold your reservation,
31. Mr. Starlight J. Barfield Men of Soul Agricultural, Research will be accepted Second payment of $200.00 due April 1, 1968
I 32. A Man needs a woman James Carr until further notice, and CALL OR,WRITENorth's
33. Without Love Oscar Toney Jr. should be sent to the Inter-
34. Sipping a cup of coffee The Ordells agency Board of U. S. Civil Travel turecw
35. Cry on my shoulder Phil Flowers I I Service Examiners for Florida -
NEW PH: 379-8451 1104 NW 3rd AVE.
36. Do unto me James & Bobby Purify 123 South Court Avenue,
37. You Marvin Gaye Orlando, Florida 32801.
38. I Wish it would rain The Temptations

39.1 Need a woman of my own Tommy Hunt EMERSONTUEWSION .
40. Gogo Annie Little John Bowie

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i Address 38 N.E. 7th Street the complete privacy of your own home ,

Miami Florida 33132
CALL MIAMI 271-5915 FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION
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