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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 24, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOSMUTAMUR IN ILLIS

FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 24 1967 24 PAGES 15,
Vol. 44. No. 47. MIAMI, ,

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Teachers Here 'lL Nassau Economy Booming


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Under New Government
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said, then a strike would- be Janel Dean, militant presi- i, : :\ In his report to the nation and industry in the colony.He He said the government is

honorable and moral. dent of the Classroom Teach- 'q"\I..;!. Sunday, Lyndon Plndling, Pre- renewed a pledge of no forming a new department of
During the past 60 days, she ers Association, made clear mier of the Bahamas, said that income, capital gains or estate social and economic develop-
said, teachers have been accused Tuesday that teachers strikeis the economy of his country has taxes in the colony. He said a ment and named a Puerto A
of "ignorance, arrogance not entirely out theques- broken all records since his Harvard University economic Rican firm to direct it.
irresponsibility tion for Dade County. government (PLP) took officein professor has been commis- For economic reasons, he
and the irreverent desire to be Mrs. Dean did not threatena January. He revealed a new sioned to review the tax struc- said, the Bahamas will be
paid a responsible wage. strike, however she said program to stimulate businessRange ture of the Bahamas. forced to turn back the recent
gone is the day when a teachers --. .-- -. .- flood of Haitians entering the
"I submit the charges were strike is considered"dishonorable colony illegally "despite humanitarian

conceived in a bed of political immoral unethi- Gun Law considerations for
immorality," she told the cal"If Dick Gregoryto the misery of the refugees."
Tiger Bay Luncheon Club at a strike would draw My colleagues and I are
the DuPont Plaza Hotel.Andit enough dramatic attention to Run ForPresident aware that foreign investors

just won't do, gentlemen." the plight of teachers, she Shot to Pieces"They may previously have had some
-_.. .. .-- .--..-- ... doubts about our policies,"
Pindling said. "And we are

shot persons holding pistol permits well aware that elements hostile
Outdated Florida really my gun
Dick Gregory, popular law to pieces,"Commissioner issued by any government to our government our
militant civil
and
comedian Athalie Range said Monday agency, non-citizens who are party have done their best --
rights worker, said Wednesday Miami Commissioners leaving the U.S., gun dealers or their worst -- to discredit
after
he will run for presidenton firearms control making business purchases.Any us.
37 approved a
Prison Claims "platform for peace because
a to
ordinance minus most of the recommendations persons presentingthree "But I am pleased report -
I've been against war in her original pieces of identificationsuch ," said the Prlemier,
before anybody knew how to as a driver's license, "after our first six months
.
Lives in FireFlorida's spell Vietnam." proposal.Mrs.. Range has promisedto credit cards, voter registratio that our record belies the insinuations f
told the BaltimoreSun
Gregory put fight to restoresome card or passport, needs that we would impair
he would seek the necessary of p.a the provisions when wait only the 24 hours now required the soudness of the Bahamian t
antiquated prison barracks that the state was signatures to qualify as the measure comes up for final by Metro gun law. economy and its attrac-
system was! ,tragically dis- planningto phase out. an independent candidate in reading next Monday. At the The commissioners agreed, tiveness to foreigners."
when 37 "We've been phasing out two Maryland, Virginia and the reported that
played Sunday night request of a group of gun deal over Mrs. Range's objections, Pindling :
convicts were burnt to deathin to three each year ...obviously District of Columbia. ers and sportsmen, the com to exempt a private person Government revenues Increased -
a prison camp in Northwest this should be accelerated and missioners watered down the making an isolated sale to another $2.7 million over last
Florida. Top officialsgsaidj many,of USA,regret we did not considerably. individual or,to dealer year.
y Tuesday that 'the .camp was a''do it sooner, said Conner 2 Women Killed provisions. of CommissionerRange from the provisions of the law;'" Building permits are run-
} fridVn: tinderbox,.and that one.also chair man.of the Cabinet'ssubcommittee ji tWrJ.'f,* W' :_ .y> ..,.,jp- .' The,-to'lncf'eiue plan the''waiting': Mrs. Range contended that,. ning 10 per' cent ahead of last

of the prisoners charged with corrections.. In AccidentsTwo period between purchase and this could make It possible for year.
setting the fire was a suspected delivery of a weapon from 24 a man to sell his weapon to a The number of tourists
Charged with setting the narcotics addict broke the half-million markin
arsonist.A to 72 hours was almost killed drunk, felon or
In
fatal fire with tissue and newspaper Miamians were killed sales six months ending June
coroners jury which investigated series of exemptions. although such are the '
a
weekend accidents that included by
the tragedy, ab- were: Thomas E. Ard, The .commission decided otherwise prohibited by law 30.
28, Pensacola; Earl F.Hoffman three hit-and-run cases. The Premier also announced -
solved guards at State Prison that delay Is required wherean new ordinance.The .
Road Camp 12 of any criminal 41, of Tallahassee, and In one hit-and-run,Rebecca no Is traded for opposition said that the that residency permits for
Earl 31 of Forbes, 40, of 1854 N. W. 64 operable gun federal
negligence.The Joseph Wynder, for members of change of the time between three Americans facing -
anot her or
fire was a "criminalact ,Mariana. St., was killed as she crossedN. national clubs who buy purchase and delivery from 24 indictments in New York t
of arson" committed by The Cabinet was told by W. 12th Avenue, at 29th St. their firearms gun at club-spon to 72 hours would run the gun but living in the Bahamas,will
State Fire Marshal Broward City accident investigator Sgt. Miami not be renewed.A .
three convicts who later died sored shows or conventions, business from properto
Robert Murphy said witnessestold
in the blaze, the panel report Williams that Ard's records enforcement officers, the unincorporated areas.
ed. listed 1 t him as a "suspected police the car was a light-
arsonist.Wynder was a Ne colored station wagon.
Doyle Conner, State Agriculture .
Mittie L. Ross, 27, of 171 '

the Florida Commissioner Cabinet in, Tallahassee told gro.A guard testified that he felt, N.W. 67th St., was killed Friday Newark War Over as

the prison camp, that the fire was a reprisal for night when her car was
near jay 20 miles from Mil- his confiscation of a porno wrecked on the Sunshine State
graphic book he took from A rd. Parkway in Lake County.
ton was one of 13 with wooden
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Special Schools ProposedFor outbreak violence When the fighting ends, you cross section of Negro
leadership will gather in Newark
I took 25 lives and caused more bury your dead.
for a black power con-
than $15 million In damages. That is exactly what the
Seventy indictments have warring Negroes of:Newark ference today (Thursday).
ChildrenThe feel the move is not a
Many
Problem been returned for carrying are during this week as calm
concealed weapons and finally came to this riot-torn good one after five days of racial -

that looting. Up to 700 cases are to city that erupted a week ago violence.
children :
Coordinating Commit. problem, the child that refuses few problem Sponsors insist however,
and sniping.
with looting
said Friday to attend and the child that is we've neglected the vast majority go to the grand jury. that the conference, called to
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that it is time the "trouble a physicalL threat to himself of students, said Committee -- seek cures for some of the

some few" who cause some of and his peers." Chairman Robert Mac- Bi-Raciaf' chronic ills of the Negro com-
Dade County schools to be "There Is no available place Donald. Tampa Opens munity, will help rather than
"blackboard jungles" be removed for this disturbed child"the "We need to reemphasizethat hurt Newark, where more than
from regular schools report added. "The county, public education is a privilege half the population is nonwhite.

and put into special treatment state and federal agencies and not a right,"said Savings and loan Dr. Nathan Wright, Newark
centers. available give only. lip service MacDonald. "And we need the ., pastor and conference chairman

The committee, financed by to the problem or do very cooperation of parents who The directors and officersof zatio n meeting the directors said yesterday the meet
the School Board study waysof little.!' must teach their children respect the proposed Community elected these officers; Rev.A. ing will be "good for the peo-
improving discipline in The committee recommended for authority." Federal Savings Loan Association Leon Lowry, chairman and ple of Newark." To move it,

schools, said: that immediate pro- David Lewis, another com- of Tampa, the first Bi- president,' Edward D. Davis; he said, would be "inflamma
"Our public schools...have vision be made for at least one mittee member and assistant racial Savings and Loan Asso- first vice president; L.L., Du- tory."
included on their i rolls convicted isolated classroom in each principal for administrationat ciation on the West Coast of pree, second vice; Clarence He said the selection of the
murderers,rapists, elementary, junior and senior Carol City Junior High,said Florida, announced the open Wilson, third vice; Raynell site here had the support of t
confirmed homosexuals, high school designed to give the position paper maybe considered ing of the Association's offices Sloan, treasurer and Atty. "many business and ministerial '

prostitutes, muggers, shake- special help academically and an exaggeration by at 2726 Nebraska Ave., Jess Yado, secretary. Other groups," despite mis-
down artists, burglars and socially to disturbed children. some parents. for the receiving of subscrip- directors are Donald givings of police and Gov.
identified psychotics among A second recommendationin MacDonald also pointed out tions made by those who pro- McIntosh, Edward Bolding, Richard J. Hughes.
others." the report Is for a HELP that state law permits a teacher -, mised to support the Association James Hammond, Atty. John Fifteen workshops will be
Public Schools, the com School to include grades 1-12 to strike a child in sell if and when it received a Childon, C. BlytheAndrewsand coordinated by major civil-
mittee says, have attemptedto with living quarters to house defense. Federal Charter empoweringit Dr. John Hewitt. rights leaders, but with lesser
provide a curriculum "not the pupils. The school should "Kids are always saying to to organize. Prior to formal opening the known spokesmen permittedfull
only for the bright child, the have a "highly selective staffto the teachers, 'you can't touchme Community FederalSavingsand Association's Directors are participation.The .
normal child and the slow meet the needs of pupils utilizing or I'll sue," he said."Le Loan Association was .required to application for workshops will focus on

child, but the schools and the psychological, medical, gally, teacher can defend chartered by the Federal Insurance of Accounts with the "self-directed efforts" '
teachers have been burdened guidance, educational and vo- himself and take away a wea- Home Loan Bank Board of Federal Savings Loan Insurance through t which Negroes can ,
unfairly with the task of providing cational specialties." pon. They must be informed Washington, D. C. Feburary Corporation of Wash- gain self-esteem andeco-

for the psychologically We feel that teachers have what they can do under the .2, 1067. Following.the organi Jogton, D. C. momic stability.,4 .
11.incorrigible. discipline,. spent too much time on these law."



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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 24, 1967


_ State Department Seeks Negroes For Foreign ServiceThe t

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U. S. Department of must agree to serve anywhere American citizens for 10 positins are available to high There are also positions in they are not yet 21 or lack ;
State is seeking personnel for in the world they are needed. years. Applicants must also be school graduates 21 or older 1 Washington for American citizens necessary work experience, 4
work in Washington, D. C.and This means that we must have single, or, if married,have no who have been American citi- who are high school grad- may work in Washington and
for Foreign Serviceembassies people who, in addition to possessing dependents other thana wife zens for at least five years. uates and at least 18. Typistsearn apply for overseas assign- 1
consulates, and dip- technical sklls, have who is also an American citi- Applicants must also be salaries from $3,975 a ment when they meet Foreign
lomatic missions around ,the the adaptability and flexibility zen. They must have at leasta single 1 without dependents, year to $4,269 a year; secre- Service requirements.All .
world. There is a particularly necessary to adjust to a variety year and half of recent op- and h a*e a minimum of two taries begin at$4,269$5,341
urgent need for experienced .'of living and working condi erational (non-supervisory) years, experience, one of'a year. Entrance salaries are applicants must pass ap-
communications personneland tions." experience teletype or which includes shorthand and based on education and expei- propriate tests. More infor-
secretaries available for cryptography. Beginning sal- typing. Beginning salary for ence. mation may be obtained from
Foreign Service duty, and also Foreign Service communi- ary for communicationsclerks Foreign Service secretaries the Employment Program,
for typists and secretaries to cations clerk positions are open is $5,341 a year. ranges from $4,269 a year to Persons Interested in For- Section EP, U. S. Departmentof
work in Washington. "Many to high school graduates,at $5,341 a year, depending on eign Service, but who cannot State, Washington, D. C.
young people do not know about lease 21, who have been Foreign Service secretarial education and experience. Immediately qualify because 20520.
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the unusual employment opportunities -
to them with '
open
the State Department," a De-
partment official said recently Does Coca-Cola have the taste

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Department of State is
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people with through other conduct which governments their the American relations of the Is it always refreshing? -

world It s employees are
selected on the basis of quali-
fications, without regard to
race creed, color, national
orgin, or sex. Special efforts
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the last is our' Embassy in ..
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, July 24. 1967 3
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United To Robbers Hit .

Mississippians >. "'; .,..)r,; .t" !.
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Elect Negro CandidatesG on Beach

Stickup men took $1,300
roots political organizations tions. This intensive work in sissippians United believe from the Holiday Inn, 18001
from across the political education and leader- that most of the key Missis- Collins Avenue., at 3:20 a.m. "
State of Mississippi have ship training began in November sippi Negro candidates are represented Wednesday, police reported. 1
united into a common struc- 1966. The Job of reaching by their organization Investigators said three Negroes I;
tre to promote the candidacyof every newly registered Negro which can develop into an each carrying a pistol, ': I
more than 110 Negroes run- voter, now more than 190,000 Independent Black political entered by the three lobby ,
ning in the 1967 Mississippi across the state, has been fin- force. Victory November doors and told night clerk to j f
elections. anced and carried on the past will result in the acquisition of hand over the money. *
months the a real political base for -
Mississippians United to eight primarily by power

Elect Negro Candidates,which communities themselves.But the Negro. This political MIAMI TIMES: First Negro IRS Field t.1
represents 14 Mississippi the Negro community's power base, they believe, will
counties with Negro candidates resources, limited from the mean that significant and sub- ADVERTISERSAppreciate
Is developing a networkof laginning, are not enough to stantive political inter-action your business. Agent In South t
related organizationsacross carry through with the pro- between black and white poli- They ore courteous and 1
Wilbert T. Jenkins,Internal a minor in economics.In .
the and campaigns necessary tical forces within Mississippi dependable. them!
country through grams Support Revenue agent with the Miami addition to his profes-
for candidates to will then be possible.A .
which support and resourcesfor Negro
Office of Internal Revenue sional duties and responsibilities -
the of these be victorious in November. In
campaigns Service Jenkins Is alsoac-
was the first Negro to Mr.
candidates can be channeled. the Mississippi Delta, where hold the tive in the r
position of a field employee organi-
Drowned At
the is two-thirds Boy Expressway
Support groups are already population agent In any southern district zations. He is treasurer of the I
being organized in Boston, Negro and the majority of Negro -
South of North Carolina whenhe Association of Federal Government k.
Chicago, Gary, Ind.,New York candidates are running for Construction Sitesome Joined the Revenue Servicein Employees Lodge No. ,
City, Washington and Los An election, the median annual income -
1959. 99, and of the National Asso-
geles. in 1960 for Negroes was seven old Miami five hours after going \
year
As an Internal Revenue ciation of Internal I Revenue
Counties represented by only $465. Success of Missis- boy drowned in a manmade fil.1 under at the site of an inter-
agent, Mr. Jenkins works with Employees, Chapter 77,and is
Mississippians United previously sippi Negroes in the 1967 elec- pond at a highway constructionsite change at NW 14th St.and Sixth corporate executives,accoun- Chairman of the Supervisory
had been conducting ongoing tions will be determined Monday after a watchmanhad Avenue.
tants, attorneys, businessmenand Committee of the Miami Fed-
programs of political largely by the amount of re- warned youngsters not to taxpayers In all walks of eral Credit Union.
education and s p e c i a 1 work sources available to them in swim in the water. The boy was swimming with life. lie examines
taxpayers'accounting
in of their campaigns.The friends and his half-brother He also holds various mem-
shops anticipation Negro Charles Cambridge, 1127 records and inves-
candidates running for office local political organi- NW First Pl.was brought from Michael Bryant, when he tigates other sources requiredto berships in civic and commun- I
in the November general elec zations, represented by Mis- the pond by Miami firemen drowned. determine the correct Fed- ity organizations 'and is a ,
member of the vestry and the
eral liabilities. treasurer of the church of the (
Mr. Jenkins, a native North
CTA To Probe Personnel Dept. On ViolationsThe Carolinian, did both his under- Incarnation. t
graduate and graduate work at Married to the former MaryA.

Dade County classroom lated FEA and NEA sanctionsby charges of unethical conducf legations to be factual, CTA North Carolina College. Cobb of Edgecombe County,
graduated as an honor student N. Carolina, they have three
Teachers' Association has which
: Encouraging prospective may be brought against will request that FEA and NEA
initiated an immediate inves- teachers to accept positions. them. bring Immediate charges with a major inaccountingand children. ,

tigation into allegations from Neglecting to properly inform Pat L. Tornlllo, Jr., CTA against the officials involved.*
individual t e a c h e r s that of- them of sanction conditions. Executive Secretary,said: *If, Tornillo added:"In my opinIon -
ficials of the Dade County Per- Telling prospective teachersnot after conducting preliminary any member of the pro- Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE i
sonnel Department have via to worry about possible investigation, we find these al.H fession -- be he teacher or ad-
ministrator .. who does not "MR. JACK"

,, adhere to sanction guidelinesis FOR
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guilty of unprofessional STYLES FOR ALL AGES
conduct and is endangering theprofession's
L.. efforts to im- The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
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Florida's children and to ITALIAN SHOES
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Office: 6530NW 15th Av.., MlomlFlo. 33147 Phone: 691.042H. I \ V.".. \,'
By Booker T. Hayes

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher j j1

GARTH C. REEVES. Managing Editor Search For
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor The I

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M.mb.r of th. Notional Newspaper Publisher Association Personal QualityPART

Letters to the EditorTHE

SUBSCRIPTION RATES IV... "To Survive Errors'

ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 THE FLORIDA SENATE What do commencement speakers mean when they repeat,

TallahasseeJuly year after year: "Education is a life-long process?" Every
Entered a* Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
Office 13, 1967 youth already knows, as he walks down the platform steps with I
at Miami, Florida' under the act of March 8, 1876
._ Garth: his diploma in hand, that he must keep on learning. What the

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The speakers mean is something beyound keeping up with the tech-

NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead There wasn't too much said about it in the local press, butI niques of one's profession, business, or craft They have in

the world from racial and national antagonism wh.n It ac think one of the most significant accomplishments of the 1967 mind the attributes needed to survive errors, to keep march-

cords to .v.ry man regardless of his race, creed or color his legislature was the recent passage of S. B. 101 which has now ing on a road that seems to without end, to rise above dis-
human and legal) rights. Hating no man, fearing no mon..hoN.gro
been signed by Governor Kirk. appointment and distress, to lie a wake at night staring at
Press strives to h.lp man In the firm belief that
every broken hopes and to get up in the morning and go about their
all hurt long Is held back.
men or. as as
anyone
This bill, which was Introduced by me and supported by the business with determination.All of these are part of education.To .

entire Dade delegation declares it to be the public policy of
pursue his c o u r s e with success a man needs a strong

t1le!! $Ei> itor'5 'atd1Oah Florida that no state agency will practice discrimination in any sense of personal ability, and part of the process of maturinginto
phase of state employment by reason of race, color, sex, re- excellence is that of substituting inner discipline for outer.
ligious creed or national origin. The bill goes further and pro- has been
Tolstoy wrote in one of his letters:"There never and
GOVERNOR KIRK DISSATISFIEDGovernor vides a definite procedure whereby persons claiming to be ag- "
cannot be, a good life without self-control. Nothing will pro-
Kirk is not pleased 1 with anti-crime legislation grieved can take an administrative appeal under the adminis- tect us from external pressures and compulsions so much as
trative act of this contained in 120
passed at the session of the Legislature ended last week. Con- procedure state as Chapter the control of ourselves, based upon ideals formulated by our-
of the Florida Statutes.
sequently, he said he might veto it. selves. Much is said in praise of endurance, and indeed much

This bill would create an investigating commission and a should be said, because being able to bear up manfully control -
thanks is due Senators Stone and for
Florida lawenforcement bureau built upon the present Sheriffs Special Gong helpingto is different: It is not continued resistance but actual mas-

Bureau. Governor Kirk's objection is that the bill did not give get the bill passed. Senator Stone, along with many, intro- tery. It enables us to say "yes" and "no" to other men, not

him control_ of the proposed agencies. duced the bill, and Senator Gong gave his finest performancewhen prompted by blind obedience to a code, but with the assurance
he the Senate to the bill the
urged approve during courseof
derived from a conscious evaluation of revelent alternatives.
General Earl Faircloth asked Kirk to
Attorney Governor
which argument he pointed out that there was a noticeable
seriously consider his threat to veto the anti-crime legisla- difference between him and the other members of the Senate. Only an imaginary line separates those who long for excel-

tion passed by the Legislature. Senator Gong termed the bill a personal relief bill forhim, but, lence and those who attain it, and enthusiasm is the quality

"I consider the creation of a state crime-fighting agency the in fact, he said what needed to be said that it was a bill to needed to carry one over the border. This means having interest -

paramount issue before us/ said the Attorney General. "The eliminate once and for all the discrimination that has been zeal, and strong feeling of the desirability of success.

individual role the Governor or members of the cabinet might practiced by the state and its agencies with reference to the Enthusiasm provides the perseverance that overcomes im-

play pales to insignificance besides it." hiring of Negroes. pediments both real and imaginary. One obstacle in the way

of is resistance to We must
change. develop a
Governor Kirk has called a session of the LegislatureNO Special thanks is due to Senators Stone and Gong for helpingto progress sense
of pulse beat of this changing life. We need to observe what's
the bill Senator Stone with Introduced
get passed. along many, -
going on around us and filter it through a layer of common
the bill, and Senator Gong gave his finest performancewhen
sense so as to decide in what direction and to what extent we
BILL
DISCRIMINATION
he urged the Senate to approve the bill, during the courseof
have to alter
which argument he pointed out that there was a noticeable course.
Special attention is called to passing of bill by the Florida NEXT WEEK: "Why Education Is Needed."
difference between him and the other members of the Senate.
Legislature outlawing discrimination in state employment.Note .
Senator Gong termed the bill a personal relief bill forhim, but,
too that Senators Weissenborn
our Stone and Gong were
in fact, he said what needed to be said that it was a bill to
quite helpful in the passing of this bill, and it was signed by
eliminate once and for all the discrimination that has been
r.nvprnnr__. _.___ KIrk..
no. practiced by the state and its agencies with reference to the EOPI/ legal ServicesBY

Be sure to read it in the Letter to the Editor in this issueof hiring of Negroes.

The Miami Times.

Special thanks should also go to Representative Kenneth GWEN CHERRY, CENTER ATTORNEYFor

Myers whose brilliant efforts helped push the bill through the
ATLANTA NEGRO SUPERVISORSThe House. the next two or three weeks we will devote our time to

a discussion of children their rights, duties, the Juvenile
Atlanta Transit System has employed two Negroes as Court, adoption and many other and varied topics concernedwith
supervisors.The I also want to take this opportunity to thank each and every the welfare of children.
one of you who have supported me in my several elections in
president of the said he wanted the Childhood or infancy, in law, ends when the child becomes
system Negro sup- Dade County. Obviously, I could not have introduced the bill If
ervisors like all the other supervisors. have been work- I had not been a member of the legislature.Now eighteen(18)) years old, or twenty-one or whatever age is set
ing as supervisors for several months and there has been no by law. It begins, however, with the life of a child when he is
still unborn. the law of states child for most purposes
distinction according to By some a -
race. that Governor Kirk has signed this needed piece of leg-
is fully as much a person in the nine months before its
islation, Florida for the first time has been put on record as
"The two chosen the basis of
supervisors
were on ability
birth as it }Js after the birth and its introduction to the family.
being fair to all citizens in the vital areas of state employment.Most .
not because we canted to have Negroes we could point to and An unborn child has in many instances the same rights as

show off"said, president Summerville. He pointed out that his one already born and has a role of considerable importancewhere

attitude is the same with drivers. Sincerely, inheritance is concerned. This is well illustrated in the
Lee Weissenborn
case of a trust fund left by a man named Robert Smith. At his
State SenatorP.
death, the income from the fund was to be divided among thoseof
UNION
FAVORS PRESIDENTThe
his children who survived him He died on Mayl. On No-
S. For your information I am enclosing herewith a copy ofs.
,,AFL-CIO professional pool returned on July 15 shows b. 101. vember 17, six and a half months after the father's death, a

that union members would favor President daughter was born.
Lyndon Johnson
over;whelmingly,over Governors Reagan California,Rockefeller -1 Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida: This child, the court said, at the time of her father's death

of New York, George Romney of Michigan and former was as fully a person as some months later when she made
Section _
1. No _
Vice-President Nixon or Republican candidate. discrimination in state employment, her debut into the world of milk bottles and basinets. She was
any ((1) It shall be against the public policy of this state for the entitled to the same rights and considerations and the same

There's a reason. L. B. J. has been a good president.Quite governing body of any state agency, board, commission, department share in that trust income as his other children.

naturally, there are many people who are bitter because of the or state officer, because of the race, color, sex, religious Another incident of this sort occurred when an action was

Viet Nam War, perhaps for some other reasons; but as we see creed or national origin of any individual to refuse to brought under a New Jersey Workmen's Compesation Act on

it, especially as far as Negroes are concerned, they would be hire or employ, to bar or to discharge from employment such behalf of an infant. The act provided for payment of compen-

doing L. B. J. an injustice not to support him in 1968 if he de- individuals or to otherwise discriminate against such indivi- sation for death by accident to the surviving children of the

cides to offer re-election.\ duals with respect to compensation, hire, tenure,terms, con- deceased;. A child born two weeks after the father had been

," : ditions, or privileges of employment, if the individual is the killed was held, by the court, as much entitled to these bene-

I best able and most competent perform the services required fits as it would have been had it been born two weeks or more
BAHAMAS NEW GOVERNMENTThe earlier.

new government of the Bahamas,under Premier LyndenPindling's lawful((2) Any individual claiming to be aggrieved an alleged un- This brings the question to mind,Can an Unborn Child bring
employment practice under this section may file with suit?
leadership is making worthwhile
,
progress. said agency, board, commission, department, or state officiala In some states actions cannot be brought by children for injuries -

Pindling says the Bahamas economy has broken all records complaint with said agency, board,commission,departmentor suffered by them before they are born, unless the stat-

since his government took office and he revealed a new pro- state official and said individual shall be entitled to a hear- utes specifically provide for such actions. Such states follow
to stimulate ing and judicial review as provided in part II and part III of the old law which holds has
gram business and industry in th e colony.He common that an unborn child no
chapter 120, Florida Statutes, commonly known as the admin- existence apart from the mother.

has renewed a pledge of no Income, capital gains or istrative procedure act. A typical case of this sort took place in New Jersey also. A

estate taxes, but announced that a Harvard economic professor Section 2. This act shall take effect upon becoming a law. child sued for injuries J from a physician's treatment of its

has been commissioned to review the Bahamian tax structure. mother six weeks prior to birth,where as a consequence of an

LETTER TO THE EDITOR X-Ray examination, the child developed into an i d i 0 t. The i
The government is forming a new department of social and highest court in New Jersey refused to recognize the child's '

economic development. A Puerto Rican firm will direct it. Cousins right to sue.California.

The Premier reports government revenues up $2.7 million Here is an open letter to fraternal, religious, social and on the other hand, would have decided this case ,

over last year and building permits 10 per cent above that of professional organizations, from Ronald R. Young, adminis- differently, as its statutes permit suits of this kind. New York

last year. trative aide to Senator Richard B. Stone of the 48th District. without a statute has permitted such suits and other states also '
permit it. Florida as far as my research reveals has not been
There was a record-breaking number of visitors pointing to
Fellow Citizens
the Bahamas first 900,000 for the year. : faced with the problem thus far Therefore, how the Florida
courts would rule on this question is purely a question of speculation -
These are but part of the doings of the Bahamas governmentafter It is sincere desire
my to give an account of my appoin- .
six months' action.We are sure our readers and the pub-
tive stewardship with the 1967 legislature; to youjhe voters, The date when the minority of an infant ends Is established \
lic in general will admit and wish them
they are progressing who made it
continued possible.A by law and occurs at different ages Indifferent states and un-

success. der different circumstances. The age when a boy or girl may ,

Pindling also said the residence permits of three American compatible date can be had by calling PL 7-7971 after make a contract, a valid marriage, when he or she can make :

gamblers, under federal indictment in New York, would not July 25th. a will, all are set by law with different ages prescribed for the

' be renewed. They have evaded the indictment by remaining in Respectfully, performance of different acts and deeds. For most legal purposes -

, the Bahamas. Ronald R. Young but not for all,a person becomes. adult at twenty-one.

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New WMBM Talk Program i


LET'S 1M POLITICSBy ANYTHING GOES... Catching On 1'I:

NORMAN E. JONES
By Garth C. Reeves Voice of the Community,
Dr. W.E.B.IDubois Followers a new night time talk programon
radio station WMBM isfast

San becoming one of the most popular
Franciso Seek
Negroes
Benefit From "Riot"The programs with the late

listeners. The program is
coincident of the employment by governmental and phil- TV Station License conducted by smoothtalkingThomas
anthropic agencies In right paying positions of current or for- K. Washington, a 30-
mer Dr. W. E. B. Dubois founded and oriented organizationthe Dr. Carlton V. Goodlett of the San Francisco Sun-Reporter year-old Buckeye who has
NAACP is so great as to cause the masses of Negroes to is a Negro newspaper publisher extra ordinarire. Besides be- been living in Miami since his
become skeptical. ing a newspaper publisher, he Is a medical doctor and also discharge from the Army herein 4r 4a
What was in its early stages a struggling organization with holds a Ph. Din Psychology.The brilliant young Howard Uni- 1963.

mass appeal and mass support has seemingly become in the versity graduate has always been a special friend of mine. Tommie is a big, hand-
last decade a training-ground for Dubois followers for high some, robust athletic type who
paying prestige jobs with the governmental agencies and prI- Carlton is making history this year. He is the moving force
vate philanthropic foundations. behind the Reporter Broadcasting Company, Inc., a Negro was the Army shot put cham- + t
television license for the San Francisco
group seeking a Bay
Emphasis has been changed from such programs which mightbe area. The fact that this is the first time in history that a Negro pion in 1960. He was all-city h
of benefit to the Negro community-to the total destructionof group has ever appeared before the Federal Communications in football, basketball and
the Negro community. NAACP officials on every level seem Commission in a television licensing hearing representsthe track at Roosevelt High in tend to make the disadvantaged

more interested in making "good press" than to provide any opening of new doors in an area previously out of boundsto Dayton. He attended Texas citizen restless.
real solution for the total Negro community: From such Negroes and the disadvantage. I feel concldent that the jour- Western College in El Paso He has recently organized ;
press notices in the dailies they come to the attention of the ney begun by Dr. Goodlett and his group will eventually lead to and Miami-Dade Junior College the Tom Washington Public !
white governmental and private power structure -from which active and profitable participation of minority citizens in this Relations, at 4312 NW 7th Ave
loud attention they are catapaulted into fat-paying positions lucrative business licensed and supervised the Federal Government Washington's success He is a life and disability agent a
which vantaee point they are supposedto"keepthe rest of the and is president and owner of
Negroes "quiet" seems to stem from his"man Kight Investments, Inc., Fla.
A recent resolution Introduced in behalf of the Reporter in the streets" approach to the From indications Wash
This is usually done by claiming to be the "responsible Negro group gives some eye-opening information that should make local problems that beset our ington is destined to be a wel-
leadershipand bitterly denouncing any Individual- community. Right now he is addition to this
come commun
real to of
you readers think. It gives me a charge see more us
group or organization which has its roots deeply in the Negro go after the meat on the table instead of waiting for the crumbs lining up support for a Manor ity. And don't take my word--

community. from the table. Here are some points from the Reporter'scase. Park rally where city and Tune in to WMBM 11 p.m. to
This was the tactic devised by the founder of the NAACP Dr. county officials will be invit- midnight Monday thru Friday,
W. E. B. Dubois, in destroying thephilosopyof Dr. Booker T. ed to talk over problems that and you be the judge.
Washington and Marcus Garvey and those advocating strong
economically developed Negro community such as all other INTRODUCTION:
There are approximately 355 Negro-oriented and program-
ethnic interests
group do. med radio stations in the United States. 350 of these stationsare City Holds Fast to Open :

Dr. Dubois coined the label"Uncle Tom" as a derisive termto owned by non-Negroes. Many non-Negroproprie- :1
describe all Negroes who had a close relationship with the tors each hold the maximum number of 7 radio stations, and
ruling white power structure who could get jobs and favors they are engaging in vicious exploitation of the Negro publicvia Space Requirements :
from this group. That was the criteria by which "Negro lead- radio by presenting programs of very low calibre, poor
ership" was based by the same yardstick he measured Booker taste, aiming at the lowest common denomination of entertain-
mended thecity's
unanimously by
A controversial to
T. that makes the Dr. W. E. B. Dubois founded and ori- ment devoid of any concern for public service.In the majorityof proposal Planning Board and
ented NAACP the greatest "Uncle Tom" of all time as this Instances, Southerners with their bases in Georgia, North relax open-space require- backed
by apartment developers -
ments for
group now has a stranglehold monopoly on close relationship"with Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas control the impor- apartment buildingswas would exempt bal-
Miami open
the and tant communication media of radio In northern Negro metropolitan dropped by com-
governmental private ruling oligarchy and on
missioners this week. conies above the ground floor,
all of the high paying jobs.PHIL. areas. ,Southerners are not only exercising a subtle unenclosed'' stairways and
thought control over our communities in the south but also have +
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More than 100 landings from permissible
tremendous Influence over what the Negro hears on the Negro- persons
most of them Negroesop- ground coverage establishedby
oriented radio of the north.How can such radio be anything but
I I posed the proposal at a com- the ordinance.
OSSOFERAccording degrading? mission hearing early in May.

I I UFH television licenses will be awarded Developers say that by the
Approximately 1,500
to a recent news shown that we can essentially time
have
Robert tolda they met
Mayor King High city park-
the Federal Communications Commission. Many of these
item is seek- by
the government eliminate injury and death In local he has Ingsetback
daily no plansto landscaping and
ing ways to require by law the city crashes at speeds under' same non-Negro owners of Negro radio are already preempting other
it for vote
bring up again a requirements, they can
thelr'television stations at
actual wearing of seat belts,by 45 miles per hour.He indicated Negro television and building since the present strict ordi- build on only 20 percent of
mortorlsts. Safety Director that would cover about 35% the expense of the government through amortization from radio nance remains in effect unlessit their land, although the ordinance -
William Haddon, Jr., says that of the fatal accidents. I thinkwe profits. is amended. ostensibly permits 30
he sees no workable way todo need education and aware- A n ammendment recom- percent
coverage.
this. ness of the situation, as my Reporter Broadcasting C ompany is the f i rs t interracial
own personal experience has group with predominantly Negro ownership to be admitted to a
One congressman suggestedthat proved to me. Federal Communications hearing for a television license.We ties for both Intro-group and inter-group ,communication.More .
the belts be connected to arein competition with Bay Broadcasting Company for the last over, State and Federal fair employment statutes demand

lights on the outside of the car When I had belts put in my of four UHF television outlets in the San Francisco Bay Area. that racial minorities be employed in the television industry,
so police will know if they are car in 1963, I used them religiously Probably the most inportant issue between Reporter and Bay from the camera through the business offices. Grave social q
fastened. About four years .. and I did'nt mean applications. that of programming and response to community problems require a television station oriented to serve San k.
ago, I wrote in a column:Seat just on Sundays! It became s"o need-- has not been accepted as an issue in this hearingby Francisco Bay Area minority groups numbering 634,520per-
belts should be required by habitual that several months the Federal Communicatons Commission However, we sons (U.S. Census, 1960); such a station must address its programming
law, and they should be wiredto later when my good wife and I submit that the estimated population of racial minorities,num- to the total Bay Area, for understanding and con-
the Ignition so the car can attended a movie, I sat down bering approximately 835,400 persons in the San Francisco Bay structive community action in the removal potential conflict.
not start unless the belts are and automatically reached for Area ( in the Grade A and B contours of video range) have Television is the most powerful medium for detailed analysis
fastened.' Since that time I seat belt. On another occasion every right to insist that their needs be metin the important and amelioration of the problems of disadvantaged. Moreover -

read that such an arrangementis when my car was parked television communications Industry. the entertainment factor involving humor and the performing -
available. In front of our home,I hopped arts is an important vehicle la human relations.The .
in and drove it into the BAY VERSUS REPORTER PROGRAMMING PHILOSOPHY
Another form of persuasionto porte-cochere. I turned off the It is important and crucial to compare the programming serious discussion of local, state and national problemsby
encourage the use of belts ignition, opened the door, but philosophies of Bay and Reporter, who are competing for this leaders of racial and ethnic groups provides important opportunities -
has been noted in some traf- to the concern as
couldn't budge. My seat belts last available channel.A for the general public appreciate
fic injury cases where the per- well as the capacity of minority citizens to make valuable con-
were fastened andldidn'tremember -
sons suing have received fastening, them! persual of Bay Broadcasting's programming format reveals tributions in problem solving in a democratic'society. On the
smaller settlements because that it is predominantly a news and sports station, and basis of 20-odd years of involvement in the problem areas of
they had not used available So who needs a law? All we represents no deviation from the standard television fare which group adjustment In the San Francisco Bay Area, the organizers -
belts. need Is to train our sub- former FCC Chairman Minow characterized as "the broad of Reporter concluded, first, that the present television
I no longer think a law is conscious to keep us from be- wasteland" of television. Bay's programming certainly will programming had failed adequately to serve minority needs

necessary, despite the fact coming unconscious...or even not differ from the programming of the three awarded local and, second, that another television outlet was required to
that only 30% of all motoristsuse dead ... by accident. After all, 'UHF channels, Kaiser, Metro-Media and Channel 32. thoroughly explore and deal with the minority communication
the belts. We need them, that belt on the stomach may problems mentioned above. Therefore, we have formed the
for, as Mr. Haddon has said, save us from getting a belt on REPORTER'S PROGRAMMING: corporation so that we might build a station and present programming
research on car safety has the head. to serve these unmet community needs.
On the other hand, the programming philosophy of Reporter
Broadcasting represents an innovating departure from the
dominant program patterns oftheburgeoningtelevisionindus- NEW DIMENSIONS IN COMMUNITY DIALOGUEThe
try. This programming concept and stand is a prototype for program structure designed to render service to minority
successful. commercial, yet community service--channels groups, and to the community general.It includes programs
operated by minority-oriented managements throughout the designed tohelpmembersofminoritygroupsand mem-
country. bers of the general community to understand the religious and

cultural backgrounds of minorities. .',

This Newspaper values Channel 38 will service the minorities by servicing the .:
community at large with variegated programming combining CONCLUSION:
Insti'tutlonsmore The problems of San Francisco Bay Area's racial minorities
" our local commercial presentations, issues-oriented programs produced
their fears their hopes and their frus-
are challenging; ,
with sufficient imagination and technical competence to attract -
than any other a wide audience, and specific service programs for min- trations require continuing analysis and articulation. These
three quarters of a million of American citizenspredomi-
publication in the world. ority groups. nantly Oriental-Americans, Spanish-speaking Americans and
Negroes- a city .within a city .. require a television facility -
THE NEED FOR INTER-GROUP UNDERSTANDING:
We live in a period fraught with grave dangers of racial con- such as that proposed by Reporter Broadcasting to serve as
. . flict. Too frequently racial minorities'problems are dealt withon a vehicle of sustained Intro-group and inter-group communication -

"PERSONTOPERSON"That's a crisis basis by current television media.If we are to re- Reporter Broadcasting's proposal is creative and chal-
duce areas of racial ill-will, misunderstanding and potential lenging, and it represents a new approach to the old problemof
UsYou! and Your conflict, it is particularly important that the problems of min- the continued denial of disadvantaged groups of the opportu-
LOCAL Newspaper ority-majority adjustment be thoroughly discussed in the powerful nities afforded to the majority group to operate businesses un
public domain of television communicationCalifornia'simprotant der governmental (local, State and national) licensing and supervision -
racial minorities, i.e. Mexican Americans, Ori- We urge the passage of Resolution 276-67 by the
ental-Americans and Negroes, must be permitted opportuni- San Francisco Board of Supervisors.


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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday, July 24, 1967 ___, L _.


Kappa's Beach Outing F


1Y At Bakers Haulover
I
1.
I
The Miami Alumni Chapterof ers and their families. Due to f 41 f

The toying of Omar I Ibn, Al Hal if, the Second Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity the threat of a rainstorm the
motored to the home of
Caliph held a Beach party for their party
families and returning broth- brother and silhouette Robert
Four things come not back: ers from the various institutes Seniors. At this lovely home

The spoken word; throughout the country. The the party was hilariously en- I
The sped arrow; party was held at Baker'sHaul- Joyed with a variety of beau-

Time past; over Beach. The outing was tiful sounds.
The neglected opportunity.Here highly enjoyed by the broth- The party, was two-fold in
for a holiday in Miami, Mrs.: Leo (Thelma that it served as a send off for

WlllfmfrnrrH" .....'..., ", v. ...... r\t... .Inmnlfn.-...-.-- _I ._ .I. .ic_ _Aincu__, utcitinn. .-..... .her.-. -----_...- -.---- those brothersand their fami- ; i I''
family and enjoying seeing old friends. l lies who will attend the Grand ,It
Girthia and George Williams, her mother and child- Conclave at the Shereton-Jef-
dren, John and Darlene motored to Orlando for a family ferson Hotel in St. Louis, Mis-

reunion.Mr.. souri, August 8. 13. Those t', '
and Mrs. Douglas (Joyce) Archibald of Kingston brothers and silhouetts plan- 'j "-
weekend of her uncle Z StiF ning to attend are Herbert A. I "
spent the in Miami as guests "7'r
Ammons and family who will >>
and aunt, Chris and Marie Wareham. "
Lucille and Lila/ Johnson of Madison are visiting also visit relatives and friendsin 'JiIiIL.
family and friends.J. Mississippi; the gobble
Wrights (Hazel and Bob) who
Hartman Taylor, daughter Maria and granddaughter will motor to Canada to join

Sherelyn are vacationing in D. C. with daughter, tiF their grand daughter; Al- .. .
Marc to. phonso Burnside flying by

The Herbert (Evelyn/ ) Williams are busy entertaining -- ---- ------- _F'artern'__:.___._ The____ .Robert____: __ _Seniors____n_ I.Wisdom
their teenage nephews, Reginald Wright and Blair and
Patricia Louise Burke became and family also motoring,
Bergen of Tampa. the wife of Ranzer Finn Frank "Flap" Jones and family Coleman NuptialGloria I
Naomi Ford and Maude Ellison chose the island of and
who will visit relatives .
Turner in a (double ring cere- .L
sun, rum, calypso, the towering blue mountains, a city friends in Florida and Tennessee
8 at Mount Tabor
mony July pink floor length
A. Coleman and Pat- gowns, white
of fascination and wealth of
immense interest
to
-- and possibly on Expo
Baptist Church, Rev. J. B. rick H. Wisdom were joined in head pieces and gloves.
/Kingston, Jamaica, as their vacation spot. Blacknell officiated. '67.
Ring bearer Wendell Butlerof
Mrs. William (Ruth) Russell and William Jr. holy matrimony, Saturday,
son,
The bride is the daughter of Nassau
June -17, at St. Paul's A.M.E. was a minature
of St. Louis of Mrs. Effie Russell.
are houseguests Mrs. Thelma Burke Williamsand
C hunch. The beautiful cere- duplicate of the ushers in cut-
Aunt Isabel Robertson's graduation gift to Yvonne Mr. Edward A. Burke,Sr. Women To Hear mony was directed by Mrs. aways.
Pompey was a trip to Nassau. Isabel accompanied The bridegroom is the son of Joycelyn Knowles withttev. T. Soloists for the occasion

Yvonne, who reports a delightful seven days Nassau. Mrs. Thelma Turner and the About New C. Kelley officiating. The were Gloria Brewer and
Mattie and Martin Simmons were pleasantly surprised late Rev. 0. E. Turner. bride was given in marriageby James Fayson.
when daughter, Emma Jane planed in from St. Attending the bride were her father, Mr. Jessie Organist was Mrs. Wilhel-
Louis. Margaritte McKain, maid of ParamedicalProgram Coleman. mina Simmons.

Several parties have honored Mary Lou street, former honor, and bridesmaids Vivian Mothers of the bride and The church was beautifully

Miamian, now of Austin. Among those on the party Williams, Patricia Sum- groom, Mrs. Jimmie Coleman decorated by Stevens Floristof
line were Gloria Lacey and Millicent Wilson; Frank and mersett, JacquelynWilcoxand and Mrs. Lottie Wisdomof West Palm Beach.

Loretta Cohen (surprise birthday partyand) Leroy John Juanlta DeShazion, Anthony WOMEN! (Women's Organi- ( Kingston, Jamacia) were A sumptious reception followed
son. Turner, brother of the groom, zation for the March on Edu- very lovely in blue floor length th cere money at the
Vacation Bible School at the Episcopal Church of was best man, Emmitto R. cation Nowl!) will met July 26, formats with white acces- bride's home. Guests were
the Incarnation began Monday, July 17 and will close Phillips and John Colson,cou- at 12:30 p.m. in room 3230 of sories and orchid corsages. seated under a spacious tent,
July 28. sins of the bride, Arnold B. the Science and Technology Members of the wedding where champagne flowed con-
Co-educational classes for pupils from three years Butler and Kenneth Pinder Building, North Campus of Mi- party were resplendent in for tinously from a silver fountain -
old through junior high school are scheduled. The ushered. ami-Dade Junior College. mal attire. and delicacies abounded

school's theme is "Walking Jesus Way", 9:00 a.m. Pre-nuptial music, Colum- Dr. Jane Hardwicke of the The Bride was the pictureof buffet style.A .
11:30 p.m Monday through Friday.Mrs. bus Smith, at the console and Social Sciences Department, loveliness in a beautiful two tieredSpringWeddingCake

D. A. Julius jetted to Jamaica to attend the soloist, Margarette McKain.A will speak on the paramedical floor length peau de soire supported by tiny white
funeral of her brother, Mr. Ragland Ramsey of Rose Hill reception followed the program being offered at the French lace and pearl crea- Grecian columns' and adorned
Cambridge ceremony The at the PBA Hall. college this year.She has been tion, complete detachable with a c h u r c h aisle and two
Ivan McDonald of the Bahamas Police Force and stepfather Mr. Eddie instrumental in initiating this panel designed by Mrs. Opal rows of swans earring orchids -
his wife, Thelma are vacationing in Opa-locka with (Sonny ) Williams who's re- 2 year medically related program King. She wore an illusion was the c en t e r of attraction -
her sister and brother-in-law, Edgreet and Dorothy cuperating from surgery was much in demand by com veil and carried a bouquet of on the bride's table.
Tynes. given special permission by munity women. Lillles of the Valley andwhite Out of town guest were Mrs.
William West of Newark is enjoying Miami with relatives his physician to attend the re- cornations. A small Bible was Lottie Wisdom (Mother of the
and friends. ception. President Rita Bornstein attached. groom) and Stanford Jacksonof
Following a wedding trip to extends a sincere invitation The and his Kingston Jamacia Mrs.
Elsworth Murray and daughter, Kimberly are vacationing groom best man, ;
Nassau the will residein
in Tampa with Mrs. Rudolph Murray.It Miami., couple all mature women interestedin Mr. John L. Coleman, were Tezel But 1 e r and children,
was surprise, surprise for Ernestine Curry when starting on returning to col-. quite dapper in formal cut- Mrs. Margaret Bostic and
her co-workers of Alrays gave a birthday for her at the lege to join the group.WELCOME aways. daughter; Ivy Butler and
Matron Honor. Mrs. Elsie Ronald Pinder of Nassau Bell
home of Georgia Lee Jones in Opa-locka. IOTAS HAVE FINAL ;
Captain Phillips of Brunswick came to our city to Coleman, carried out her Whatley of Montgomery, Ala.,
be at the bedside of her daughter, Anna Miller. He returned MEETING HOME duties in a shocking pink chif- and Corine Reynolds, Donald-

home on Saturday, accompanied by his two grandsons fon and lace two-piece gown sonville, Ga.
G a m m a Alpha Chapter of with The bride Is instructorat
removable neck attach- an
Roderick and Zachary Smith, the sons of Raymondand Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, ment that draped to the floor. Orchard Villa Elem. The
Willena Smith. Roderick will vacation with his Godparents Tynes of 7705 NW 21st Avenue
Inc., climaxed its fiscal year Bridesmaids, Noel Cobb groom is a printer employedby
William and Jessie Bodie. and their niece and nephew, ,
of activities during its final Lula Pearson Mary Amos the ABC Business Form Co.
,
Susan Clark'entertained friends of son, Jeffrey on Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Tynes of ,
meeting prior to summer vacation Antionette S p i c e r Margaret The couple are presently
,
Nassau Bahamas
his fourth birthday on Sunday at their New Liberty City have returned -
at the horn of
home. soror home safe after visi- Johnson and Beatrice Smith occupying their new home.
Mertis C, McCants. outfits were identical to the Pre wedding activities included -
ting relatives and friends
Major Norman Carey is home (South Miamifrom) Along with other business in
I Detroit Matron of Honor's, with the : Two Bridal Showers
Korea after thirteen months duty for a visit with his plans were completed for the York, not, forgetting Michigan, Expo and New 67 exception of the color, which lingerie and linen); Rehersal
family. And a 21 day furlough from the Army brought national convention which con- was turquoise. To dinner for bridesmaids (each
complete
in
Montreal
Canada. After _._ .. .. .
Franklin Pinckney home to mom and dad, Mildred an d venes in Atlanta,Georgia,August spending, three days there, n weir o u u.i z 11 s tney wore mat- maid was the recipient ofa silver -

Augusta Pinckney. 1216. they stopped off at Niagara ching shoes and veiled head charm bracelet compli-
From Lakeland, is schoolmarm Mrs. Moses Jones A safe, pleasant and gay Falls, then on Atlantic City .piece and carried embroidered ments of the bride.); Bachelor
for a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, John II summer is wished to membersand in New Jersey where lace fans adorned with white dinner for ushers (each usher
they
and Jane Walker. friends of Iota.
carnations. was with clip
spent a few days, they have gifted a money
Willie McDonald, Immigration Department at Free Mrs. Bertha parks, is pre- reported a very enjoyable trip. by the groom).
port spent the weekend in Miami with relatives and sident. Ushers the occasionwere
friends. Shirlee Shatteen (chief
Elizabeth D. Koontz, the first Negro to be elected usher), John Wilson, Ernest OPENING SOONSNYDER'S
president of the National Education AssociationNEA) Luncheon, Saturday, July 15 were an ideal way to holda Reynolds, FrankSlappy,

is convinced that "the fact I'm a Negro is incidental. summer's meeting. Frank Farmer,WillonTaylor,
I wouldn't have accepted the job ill had felt I was The Edward (Vivian) Perpalls Washington, D. C. and John Strachan, who were BARBER SHOP
elected because of my race." have made their annual visit to Mom(Mrs. Sybil Foster.) the epitome of fashion formal- 6711 NW 15th Avenue

A teacher of educable mentally retarded children, Here for a short visit is Mrs. Dorothy Allen and lyattired in cutawaysandpinstriped David Snyder Prop.
Mrs. daughter Cynthia of Tampa.M trousers. ,
Koontz is from Salisbury, N. C.
Mayor Paul'L. Bernhart presented her the key to and Mrs. John Braxton (Verna Poitier) and Flower girls Valerie Cole- Barer an,
the city and said Mrs. Koontz "has proven herself tobean children of Philadelphia, Pa., are visiting her brother, man and Shawn Folsom wore
outstanding ambassador of goodwill for the city of and family, the Joseph Poitiers. While here, they enjoyed
Salisbury and North Carolina." a weekend of sun and fun in Freeport. Friday --

evening, Mrs. Gloria Lacey entertained the Braxtons, 1I
Little Aldin/ Everette (and Pappa Everette) really Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Perpall and Mrs. Mary Lou Street.Here's 1 CatM ro-J KtY JO
surprised Mom (Ruth) on July 13 with a birthday dinner

for the family. something we receivedin the mail. We pass it on to you 1. ICCUfSmi I

Get well wishes to Willie (Pops) Wynn at Osteo- MIAMI'S ELIGIBLE BACHELORS LIST-1967-68: WEDDINGS IANQUETS

pathaie General, North Miami Beach; Anna Miller at N. Patrict Range Mortician; Charles L. Baker, French CONVENTIONS I

home; Thomas Young a Jackson, Louella Ferguson, Teacher; Robert Young, Science Teacher; Lawrence K.Ad- HO HOTOl* OlUVICt
(Baxley, Ga.) Collie Foster at Mt. Sinai, Estelle Har- derly, English Teacher, Eastern Air Lines custom service AND HAN CANAHS NOW J
rison (sister of Josie Roberts) at Baptist. representative; Eugene Strong, Social Worker; Nathaniel Per- XMAS AND IOWUN nCNIC JL
kins, EOPI Director, Opa-locka; MarvinWhite, Elem. Teacher 'AU1iS.IUFFII1 COCKTAIl
Friends of Robert Seniors are happy to know that Bob b
; y Felts, Pro football player; Theodore Gardner, 754.4615u
he's ivalescing at home after surgery at Christian. Math. Teacher; Marvin Whiley,County Policeman; Dr.Almond u f ...,...".../..
1 x AAUW's Summer Splash Party and Covered Dish Edwards, Optometrist> ;and William Johnson, Music Instructor. all N.W U IT.A .




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MIAMI Friday. July. 24.. 1967

1(, nu .yT\ .. M1's '' ON,) }T'J ryIU.Y; 1'J '
't foursome of Talent In

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Musical first July. 30 ;:' .


Two of Mfa m I' s renown Hampton Institute. At present
Dutch heritage. She has per-
musical artists will Join with she is a teacher of music, anda formed in "Carmen "Tales t
two of Miami's internationallyfamous student of Dr. Csonka. 1
of Hoffman, as well as innumerous ,\
musicians, when the
concerts of the civic '
Dade County Young Democratic opera. 'j i
Association presents "

Willie W Illla m s, Herrolean
Theatrical Editor Stanley SweetingIs r .h Stuart Storr, Dr PaulCsonka, V
and Bella Griffith-Smith. The
on vacation. occasion will be their first

His column will be resumedupon Midsummer Night Recital,
------ July 30, at Dade County Audi- iu.
Sid Sussman has announcedthe torium, 8:00: p.m. j
his return.
recent appointment of John 'II
The of the event is
," _. _____ _'__'n Hoskins Jr. to his staff at purpose 'ts
to present a series of scholar-
Florida Realty as public rela- ships and awards to high I
tions representative. Florida school students who render fvFtlT
Realty maintains and manages services in the community;
apartment rental units in Dade and serve as incentives for ob-

County taining optimum training for a'D
Hoskins' main concern will life. ...,-
be to assist tenants with their WILLIE WILLIAMS d
r problems and to improve ten-
Willie Williams, a graduateof
ant-management relations.A Booker BELLA GRIFFITH-SMITH t
T. Washington High,
native Miamian, Hoskins studied piano at the Fine Arts The public Is invited to a .
attended local public schools e I
,
Conservatory of Music under midsummer night of music and
;: and was an outstanding Boy
the patronage of Dr. and Mrs. superb entertainment.
Scout for a number of years, Souel Beer.
attaining the high rank of Life

Scout. He is presently servingas Dr. Paul Csonka, is associate -
Assistant Scoutmaster of conductor of Opera Guild It

troop 495, sponsored by the of Greater Miami, Conductorand
Church of the Open Door; and Musical Director of the

... is a member of the Miami Junior Palm Beach Civic Opera and ,
Chamber of Commerce. 1HERROLEAN conductor of the North Miami
1>I
In accepting his appoint- ;' .. Symphony. He will serve as
ment, Hoskins stated; "With- conductor accompanist for

fu"I.u out landlords, where would the I. the event. I
A i
masses live? Without tenants STORR
there would be no landlords. Miss Bella Griffith Smith,
Landlords need tenants and Mrs. Herrolean Storr, a native now living in Coral Gables,

tenants need landlords.Hence, Miamian, holds an asso- boasts proudly of her Japa- tr
It makes a lot of sense that ciate in Arts degree from nese-S pan i s English and I

there should be a greater It

the spirit two.0"f cooperation between Talent Agency to i t\'

'j.,
'" Hoskins resides with his DR. PAUL CSONKA
wife, Mary Jane, and four Feature MiamiaHs
!!J Tickets be
i children at 4815 N. W, 17 th may purchasedat
Talented Miamians now The first major effort of Hot the following places: Earl
HAND IN HAND Stevie Wonder/ "The Prophet of Avenue. have the beginning of "big jowa is the presentation of four Carroll Insurance Agency,

Soul/ ,' strolls across the Wayne State (Un iversity/ Campus time"show business, with the talented musicians, July 30, 4602 NW 7th Ave.; Economy

with ,pretty Rita Ross, sister of Diana Ross lead organization of Bojowa Talent for the Dade County Young Drug Store,1101 NW 3rdAve.;
singer; ..of the fabulous Supreme. Stevie and Rita visit California to study composingand Associates Democratic Association. The Community Drug Store, 6750
the campus frequently when he is in Detroit. Stevie's arranging.Much second presentation will be NW 15th Ave.; Thomas Wash-
current hit song is "/ Was Made to Love Her." of Stevie's scholastic ''' tlif, "An Evening With Sam Daniels ington's Public Relations Office
powers should be credited to : 'l and Others." 4312 NW 7th Ave.; Leroy

Wonder his tutor, Ted Hull, a graduateof \ ',:.,, [ Washington, 1754 NW 56thSt.;

Stevie Michigan University, who ; ,. .. ."." ( "; :. For further information, Dade County Auditorium, 2901W.
holds a special degree for tea- ,.. .. contact Leroy Washington, Flagler St.; Dr.G. W. Haw
Of Soul"Detroit ching the blind. .t. ..;1. President, 691-1256. kins, 1018 NW Second Ave.
"Prophet .
; I'i.l
Hull, who is Stevie's travel '. ; "',. .l" : J
ing companion, classifies his ... :." :).
'. ....,. < I
Michigan,-With a Following the Baltimore prize student as dedicated" \ Master Barber Wanted
,
full awareness of what grow- concert, The Prophet of Soul and "adept" student with an ....i.; ., '
ing up means, Stevie Wonder will make his debut at the Cel- omnivorous desire for know- '\;, .JJ. Apply at
successfullyhas madethe tran- lar Door, in the Georgetown ledge.It : .1' !
sition from a child prodigy into section of Washington, D. C. has been a natural pro- VARSITY BARBER SHOP
an adult star, and is currently Stevie will be at the Cellar gression, since Stevie at the ,I' 6540 Hob 15 AVENUE
guiding Ms entertainmentcareer Door from July 31 through Au- age of nine, signed a contract

into new horizons as gust 5. with dynamic Motown Pre- ,
"The Prophet of Soul. In a recent interview,Stevie sident Berry Gordy,Jr.,to record -

gave his opinions on what hit__.. after_____ n hit_. on.__ .Motown's.____ u_, _
Now a little six-footone, "soul" meant to him. Tamla label. LEROY WASHINGTONThis MEDICAL COST' UP
and 17-years-old, Stevie still "Soul is a felling," said His first million-seller re-
weaves the same magic arounda Stevie, "it's not soul music, cord "Fingertips" was re- new agency has been

tune that Indelibly etched him it's music that has soul in it. leased when he was 12yearsold organized to coordinate and According the Bureau of Labor Statistics
into stardom at the age of 12. John Lennon and the Beatles and since that time his suc- present the varied talents of ,
have soul in what they are do- cession of hits have included; the young and old in Miami. Medical Cost is up 5% this year over 1966,

In his latest hit recording, ing. It's not Rhythm and Blues, "High Heel Sneakers'Cas roll From to home tapes of rock and continuing a 20-year rise.

"I Was Made To Love Her," but is English soul." "Soul tles In The Sand," "Uptight," tions of professional Verdi's presenta-froma * *
the teen-age musical genius is goes back, back, back,"Stevie "Nothing's Too Good For My a Opera; The American Hospital Association estimates
monologue to a "Gone With
"
said hitting his heart. Baby, Blowing'In the Wind,
charting new and exciting The Wind from soft shoe that !hospital will rise 15
and ; a cost % per
paths in his illustrious Blind since birth, Stevie'shandicap "A Place In The Sun.
career. A new already album entitled"I is almost negligiblein Stevie was cited by Bill- single to a'Swan Lake Ballet." year through 1970. The 1966 average one-

Was Made To Love Her" coping with the problems board Magazine as one of the They run the gamut. Are you day cost per bed patient was $49.00; may go

will soon be released by Mo- which beset a teen-ager.He is nation's top single artists of ready? to $58.00 in 1967; $67.00 in 1968; $77.00 in
town.In compensated by instinctive 1966, and is well on his way to
Organized by Robert Pol- 1969 and $88.50 in 1970.
addition to a stylistic musical acumen and a percep- similar acdaim this year with
being tier, Joe Smith and the Incom- \
vocalist and a composer of tiveness which belle his years. his most recent his, "I Was parable dramatist, Leroy * *
Serious about his future Made To Love Her."
high repute, Stevie is brillant Washington, the agency is Are and
Stevie will be graduated with In addition to appearing as a you your family adequately covered? '
exponent of the piano, organ, especially interested in cut-
honors from the guest of the top rated a representative of
Michigan onmany
harmonica.On .
drums and the ting, publishing, and promoting -
J'J'See
School for the Blind in television Stevie
State programs, records made by Mi- CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ,
Sunday, July 23, Stevie January and has plans to attend also has been featured in two amians.
will appear in concert at the the University of Southern motion pictures. He will assist you in overcoming this hig'h

Baltimore Arena with the Medical Cost. Do this today. Accidents do
Great Ray Charles. Music cri- not wait.
tics already are billing this
show as one of the major musi- 1
/ / / i Central Life Insurance
cal treats of the year.Stevie's .

show is simply comment, "manit, on will the Company of Florida

be fantastic.'

1416 North Boulevard
In preparation for his meet-

ing with Ray, Stevie will hone Tampa Florida 33607
his musical diversity into a1' ,

sensitive instrument of expression -
DISTRICT. OFFICES STATEWIDE
in a five-day stint at I .
the Flmira Club in Wildwood, Dancing & Fun 'Til 5 AM

New Jersey.




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V BY DAVE BONDU



We must all give a "standingovation"to our City Manager,

Mr. Melvin Reese, for his Interest in the youth of the City and ,.
his program which has taken 100 of our boys from the poverty ,R i,

pockets of our city through EOF) The Urban League and other kk

community agencies, and sent them to Cadet School this sum- _.._
mer to train them In communications and other types of city Mrs. Llllie Johnson of 2920N.

employee Jobs, including the police department front and back W. 50th Street, Miami, is
lines,' so that when they finish their education they will be resigning from the Junior

able to find permanent positions in these fields,and have some Lodge No. 193 for the year

experience and training behind them. If our City Manager had 1967 68. Mrs. Johnson was

not had this foresight, these boys would have to finish school crownedqueen of the Lily
The Egello. 's entertained their club sister, Ruth N. Polite, on her retirement at
and then train which would be valuable waste of time effort
White Lodge In Orlando. the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Julius, where/ each member presented her with charm-
and energy, and could well be something they would never attain ,
because it Is hard enough for these youngsters to finish ing personal gifts. She was given a beautiful engraved serving troy by the group.

school. Many of them would have had to go right out into the TAKE YOUR FAMILY Afterward, they journeyed the "Lu/a"/ where she and guest spent a most enjoyable

worldandtake whatever posts they could find... dishwashing, TO evening. Members shown: A. Pinkney, G. W. Howard, P. H. Johnson, C. Eve, R.N.

bus boys, etc., In order to eat,sleep and dress. Now they have CHURCH SUNDAY Polite, C. Bloomfield, J. Lewis, V. Greene,. V. Silva' and I. K. Johnson. Glamour

the opportunity to learn early, so that they will be prepared at photo.
'

that Speaking time. of being prepared, I listened to the TV Editorialon 75 Teachers- Study Migrant Children I

one of our channels the other night, where the controversial -

Job issue was being discussed.It has been the biggest hue '
Through the Division of Instruction ers are involved in an institute runs through July 28 at North prove educational opportunt-
and that cannot find Jobs. There are plenty of Jobs
we
'
cry of the Brow ar d for the purpose of upgrading Fork Elementary, School, Ft. ties for the disadvantaged(2)
available but there not people to fill them..
are enough peapie
County Board of Public Instruction education disadvantag- Lauderdale. Participants meet To plan, implement and eval-
who are preparedthat is.Prepareyourself you can get seventy-five elementary ed-migrant children. The institute Monday through Friday from uate curriculm modifications
any job you are qualified for. Businessmen and Companies are and secondarY teach- began on June 19 and 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. and innovations In the light of
looking for qualified people. They do not care what color your
Educators have recently be- needs for the disadvantaged(3)
skin is if and will d the And please do not for- -
Job.
you can o
come aware of the need for innovated To create, adopt, utilize and
get that being qualified Is not enough. You must be willing to PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK Ann Skipper(AiP Food Stores) programs for disad- share Instructional materials

give a days work for a days pay. You must be reliable and doa vantaged-migrant children. which reflect the realitiesof
little more than what is required.Other people do, why can'twe PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Atty. Donald Wheeler Jones Research has emphatically the experiential backgroundof
? If you want the Jobs, the beautiful homes, the rights, the
pointed out that middle- class disadvantaged migrant
advantages, you must beprepared totakeon the responsibilitythat VIP OF THE WEEK: A. D. Moore teachers basically teach in a youths ((4) To develop variety

comes with them. Walk with your head high; do your work middle-class style and this o f teaching strategies which .8
and a little extra; keep your home as nice or better than the QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Palmetto Country Club Is being style does not meet the needsof enable the disadvantaged '

next guy; be as neat and clean as anyone else; learn to accept opened on July 21. The boys are "sharpening up their migrant children. More learner Jo' use his learning f

responsibility; act properly when you go night clubbing, etc., axes" to play the course. If they think they'll par around that over, the sChools'testingprograms styles, as well as acquire
and you will be accepted and will be a better citizen yourselffor one, they'd better carry a boat. There's water everywhere! have been found to be other needed learning skills
be .. be reliable ... live a It is beautiful and know the of Miami and
it. Prepare yourself.. willing a course, I golfers Inadequate in the measure- ((5)) To develop enriching ex-
clean life... and you can be anything you want to be, including surrounding territory will enjoy it ..The Knight Beat is goingto ment of I. Q. and achievement periences which broaden and

respected. open for one night, on August 25th for the Annual Trophy levels of these pupils. More deepen the disadvantaged--

Every class of worker, at some time or another, goes on Ball of the United Golfer's Association. Frank DuBoise and research has revealed and is grant's perceptions of life ((6))
his band will do the honors, and there will be guest stars. I
strike. The Airline Railroad Longshoreman,Nurses, Auto- revealing Innovated methodsfor To bring about new approaches
will keep you posted on the who'and what times later ... Went
disadvantaged for in
mobile Industry, and people only shake their heads and dare use in teaching our parental involvement
to catch that funny man Mickey Sharp at the Thunderbirdlast
up ,
children activities which influence
"of course they need more But when the tea- migrant
money
say, ,
Monday night. He is Just great. That was his closing night.
who for have been them to understand and value
cher or policeman thinks it aloud, there is a great howl about so long neg
there and the emaciated comic Frankie Scott opening this
"they can't do that." Yet, these two f Jobs,of all the Jobs in the lected. Locally, statistics reveal their children's school ex-
week ,., The Dine DeRose Trio is holding forth at the Rancher, of
a migrant population periences.
world most important ones and the salariesare
our
ar e among ,
along with our good buddy Jack Price. Wally Futch is also
Thus thereisaclearly Providing the leadership for
15,489. -
when
much, much less than in any other profession you
starring there. Go and them a listen. You'll enjoy it
give
count the cost of time,effort and lives bein dedicated.A teacher up defined need for an organized this institute are Ulysses G.
... Chlckie Horne better known Madame Effie Throckbottom
as ef-
unified co-ordinated Horne Coordinator of Migrant
does not work from 8-4. Just because the children are ,
had to buy some more"boobies' and fly back to Nassauin
fort to make adequate provi- Education; Mrs. Maureen S.
dismissed from her class in the early afternoon do hope that
order to get some more of her fabulous wardrobe for her
of dis- Bethel Institute
sions for the education Coordinator
most of you realize that this teacher is not near through with ;
Jamaican hop. BWIA has not found her glamorous clothes they
and Bob Watts Assistant
children. Co-
advantaged-migrant
her work. She must clear the classroom, make reports ... ,
lost, as yet.If someone walked off with the Madame's suitcase, the "
With this awareness ordinator. During typical
.. she must correct and ,
weekly, monthly, yearly grade papers
they got a surprise cominl! ... Saw a cute sign on the "RascalHouse" Institute work listento
Broward County Summer day, participants
she must make lesson plans(they do not go into class and teach
Sez "A woman's best ten are between
marquee. years Disad- consultants in
for Teachers special cur-
what to their heads there is for the week month
comes a plan
,
35 and 36" ... Don't forget the Frontiers Boatride and Dance and
Migrant Childrenwas riculm guidance special
vantaged ,
and ultimate for the and she must visit the homesof
goal )
year ; tonite (Friday) from Pier 8 City Yacht Basin, at 9 p.m. They designed. The following services areas. Futhermore,
her students. it Is a must that she know why a child is out
have a swinging band on board and promise lots of fun before the main in
Identify participants are engaged
of school and child who is in school is not purposes
why a making good
they dock at midnight.Tickets will be available at the boat. Thai t t concerns of the institute: (1) discussions, preparing units
grades. It could be something lacking in the home that she or
does It for this week. Till the next one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY To prepare persons to work and materials for instructional
the principal could help with.So a teacher must know the homeas
well as the child. GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACEI! with dlsadvantaged-migrant usage, and evaluating
I children and provide leader Innovated equipment and ma
Where does she get this time? She makes itl! Out of what is ship and services which stimulate terials. The expected outcome

supposed tobe her own time.A teacher has no time of her own. expedite,and coordinate Is better educated teachers fora
Her children are the ones who lack what most of the other efforts of local schools to im- better educated citizentry.
children get from her or another teacher. Yet, when this over- LIB-CITY

worked, underpaid, humanitarian, mother father,counselor, FIRST TIMEREGULAR .
helper, truant officer, secretary, and Lord knows what else PRICES 1 I "'t
asks for pay raise and threatens to strike because she doesn't DRIVE-IN THEATRE i t
get it. I could fight whensomeone says"she can't do that." No I I4a II Ir

one says she can't do that when she has to give a portion of I

her salary to United Fund whether she likes It or not; when she NOW SHOWING
has to attend PTA on a night she is so tired she can hardly
'
pull herself out of the chair to get there, and then finds that 1P D A V

there are 90 percent teachers and 10 percent parents presentat 1 INTACT; .UNCUIWINNER

the meeting;when she is helping Johnny find his book or jac- WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS /.
ket he lost during the day; when she is trying to solve an ar-

gument between Mary and Janet after she has caught them ,,
fighting in the corridor. Now you tell me why she can't do that? METRO- < J <. .C! ,

If you were in her shoes, wouldn't you strike too? This is GOIDWYN-

one of the poorest paid professions In our State, and we wonder MAYER Ik
why we do not have enough teachers? A person who has goneto PRESENTS s ,

college and received a degree can get a better salary as a A CARLO PONTI "

secretary, social worker, and you name it, than person who PRODUCTION D r< i
is teaching. I do not advocate marches of any kind, but when

State Government cannot see the value of people who have dedi- DAVID"" ,
cated themselves to teaching our children a better way of life
and give them the education they need to make better citizensin LEAH'S) "

future years, then it Is time to spend the day and night.. FILM 'w' ,

as the boys say..."for days"... sitting at the conference table OF BORIS ) .' I
Instead of the desk. Do you realize how our city would be with- PASTERNAKS i{ PANAVISION' AND METROCOLOR x
out police protection?Think that over,then think of the teacherand IN N

your child. The "protection"' the teacher gives your child DOCTOR ZHilAGO

is a shield against the future. Let all of us who have children

get behind the teachers and help them get what retirement they need to RkDINE CHAPLIN JULIE CHRISTIE TOM COJRTENAY ,Just to prove that all the pretty girls who come to
families. have yes.
They
live and support their the Miss Universe pageant here are not entered in he
But that is after they have given us 25 or 30 years of day and AlEC GJINNE&1 SIOBHAN McKENNA RALPH RICHARDSON contest we Rose Marie Redwood. Rose is ,

night work. Believe me, they need it then. know that I wouldbe ()MAR HARIF d NNAr ,I R( S GER RlUJvSHINGHAM. 18-year-old, June present high school graduate from Pembroke an,
senile to retirement if I had to
too old and and enjoy '
gray Bermuda who be model airline '
ALSO IN COLOR wants to a or an stewardess.
schools of and under the
overcrowded today worry
i teach in our Walt She was a member of the Miss Bermuda Houseof
Di.ney' entourage.
and the same high nFLASH THE TEENAGE OTTER1'
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I Negro Postmasters Run 3 Biggest In Country. II

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'; The advancement of the Negro in the Post Office Department t the fact that this is still the land of opportunity. The door to tire New York delegation, is significant for its recognition of

1 of our Government is evidenced by the fact that the three lar- wealth, to knowledge, to achieve a brilliant career in public or the new day that has dawned for career employees. New York

gest post offices in the country are headed by Negroes. in private life, is more open here in the United States than in City has more mail volume than any Post Office in th world.

John R. Strachan, who was sworn in as Postmaster of New any other nation in the world. And it should be run by a man whose ability matches the mag-

York City on July 14, has several relatives living in Miami Certainly that is true of the Federal service over the last nitude of the job. John Strachan's 26 years of postal service

Cousins of Mr. Strachan include Mrs. Jasper 0. Strachan o f several years as never before.And President Johnson has had shows clearly that he is such a man.

{ 1749 NW 55th St., Mrs. Hilda White of LEmon City, Mrs. Lou- much to do with making this possible.As you may know, President Postmaster Strachan entered the postal service as a substitute

ise Smith, Maude Lloyd and Mrs. Edith Brennan of 5027 NW Kennedy and President Johnson appointed more career clerk here in New York in March, 1941. After answer-

3rd ave. Also Mrs. Allene Strachan, Mrs. Marian Williamsand employees to policy-making positions, Important positions. Ing his country's 'call to arms during World War II, he returned

Mr. Eugene McKenzie. than any other Presidents in our history President Johnsonhas to the postal service as a career clerk.Through hard work,

Here are the remarks of Postmaster General Lawrence F. pursued this policy vigorously because he has seen clearly study, constant application,and high motivation rose throughthe

O'Brien at the swearing-in ceremony of Postmaster Strachan. that there is a vast reservior of talent and commitment in postal ranks to, the position he now holds as postmaster Of
our career employees, I have heard President say: again the nation's largest city; .

I am delighted to be here in New. York today for- a numberof and again that never before has our government possessed so Without a doubt Postmaster Strachan's career underlines the

reasons. many highly skilled, well trained, ,dedicated and experienced importance of e d u c a t i o 1tQ the fulfillment of the American

First, I bring with me the greetings of President Johnson. men and women, serving their country with diligence. and withsuccess dream of opportunity and achievement.While working as a postal
The president recently spoke out against a tendency on the partof employee, he devoted his free time to the pursuit of excel

a few to overlook the blessings available to all Americans. In my view, and in the President's view,the appointment of lence through education, securing a Bachelor of Science Degree -

While he recognized that our country yet has some blemishes, John R. Strachan as'Postmaster of New YorkCity is a symbolof in Education from New York University And he has'con

blemishes we are working to remove,he asked his audience to the recognition being accorded the ability of our career employees tinued that pursuit. As a result, he now also holds! a Masters'

consider the many blessings with which this great nation Degree in Education. His concern for the community, as Well I

abounds. This appointment, which reflects the personal concern of',as his devotion to a postal career, Js reflected in.the fact that

Among the many blessings, perhaps the major blessing, is Senator Robert F: Kennedy and which was endorsed by the en-- he has used his special knowledge to teach in the New'York ,

,City Public School system on a part-time basis.

This is a record that man be of.
any can proud
Open Your Door! My second reason for pleasure at this ceremony here today

) :--7 (,pAf is that it serves to prove a conclusion I have drawn froma

lifetime in public service. That conclusion is that the Negro
Close Door
Your !
minority group today, as with other minority groups in our his t
tory, wants to be Judged by one standard and one standard

LIMke.laSociety's alone. They don't want to be judged by a special Negro standard

They certainly don't want to be judged, or misjudged, by
the twisted standard of prejudice. But they do want to be judged
Plea
by the standard that fits this greatnationthe'Am

Standard.
Attorney Irvin J Whitman
And this appointment of John Strachan announces clearly that
newly installed president of
the American Standard is the only standard that will be recognized
Dade Countians who are inter
ested in "openingtheirhome" by the Post Office Department in hiring and promotion.My .
friends, the appointment of John strachan is not only important
for
organizational meetings orjoining
to the efficiency of the Post Office Department, not only
J an auxiliary unit
important to the New York City community, this appointmentis
( Couples-Ladies AuxiliaryMen's
Young not only important for one individual or one nation, but it
G r o u Senior
p- also speaks to the world about what we really are and what

"- Citizens-Singles-Teen Agers kind of opportunities, what roads to opportunity, what access ,
: ..
-p-L ; etc.) to contact our offices
to opportunity really exixt here in America.
804
Congress Building or
dR This appointment is important because it is one more proofof
phone Mrs. Dorothy H. Grant
our growing effort to dissolve, as President Johnson said,
our Executive Director at
... the antique enmities of the heart which diminish the holder
373-2624 at
once. divide this great democracy, and do wrong to the childrenof
New units will the
augment God." It is an appointment that gives individual emphasisto
services and
of the
programs the whole difficult uphill struggle for equal opportunity so
Leukemia Society which is th
eloquently described by President John F. Kennedy when he

only, National Voluntary.. u Health_ .. siad:
all of it's ,
Agency expending
O'Brien second from left the "There is no more Impressive chapter in our history than I
Postmaster General Lawrence F. congratulates human and financial resources
new Postmaster of New York City, John R. Strachan, right, immediately following towards combatting the fatal the one in which our Negro fellow citizens sought better education
for themselves and their children built better schools
Strachan's swearing-in as permanent head of the world's largest post office -- New disease Leukemia and related ,
and better houses carved out their economic
York. Mr. O'Brien is joined by Postmasters Leslie N. Shaw, left, of Los Angeles, Leukemia diseases viz Hodg- own opportunities I
enlarged their fostered their arts and clarifiedand
press, ,
second from of Chicago. Postmasters McGee and Shaw kins
and Henry W. McGee, right, disease! "Research holds their "
strengthened as a people.
second and third offices in the United States. purpose
head, respectively/ / the largest post the answeretoabreakthrough"said
Postmaster Strachan, a career employee with a background of over a quarter of a Whitman" and it's up to And, finally, this appointment is Important because JohnR.

century of postal service, is the 32nd Postmaster to head the New York Post Office. each of us to put forth all efforts Strachan is precisely the kind of man who help us in our effortto
in an attempt to make provide to the American people the finest postal service In

Repair on all type sewIngmachlnes. sure that hopefully in our lifetime the world.

Free pick Leukemia will follow te Postmaster Strachan I congratulate you, and I herewith

e With insurance. up and delivery path of Polio! We will then happily charge you with the heavy responsibility of safeguarding and
All Work Guaranteed moving the United States mail.
close doors!
our
it's available policy
having every Call Anytime

then picking the one 661-7609

that suits your client best"9 Dade &Service Broward in Counties 40 Florida Teen-Agers To ParticipateIn



With gins. .1 it's whatsuits
Get Your Tickets Now For Second Delta "Teenlift"raising

your taste best. I picked MIAMI'S FRONTIERS

Gordon's. I find it smoother, INTERNATIONALMOONLIGHT A touring bus opened the their vocational goals.It ing role of the Negro while In

door to a brighter future for was for this reason that Charleston (S.C.).
mixer. BOAT
drier and
a great 40 Negro teen agers when they Delta Sigma Theta, a national, The group will visit historic

Senders Slant.Prtiidtnt of Stnittrt Slant Ine,It among tht ten top toft intunnu RIDE I & DANCE gathered at Bethune-Cookman predominantly Negro, wo landmarks and other tourist

salesmen in the to country Itit ttst Aclivt Sunior in Citutn't community Conftrtnct housing in,ht Wtshington.was Ohio'lnprtttmttivt D,C Friday evening, July 21 College in Daytona Beach, on men's service organization, attractions d u r 1 n g its short

=xr :: Departing 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 15. started its "Teen-Lift" pro stays in Ocala, Florida;
;
,', .'j.1 ir :;:;',,<:i! Municipal Dock This group of high school gram five years ago. Augusta, Georgia; Greenville,

< ': ;,j--; '" Prizes Refreshments students has been chosen to The tour will stress the im- South Carolina; New Bern,

,, ,' $2.50 participate in"Teen-Lift,"an portance of higher education North Carolina; Savannah,
Get Your Ticket From annual career-motivation
v by takinir thA IFrnnn tn tl1A campuses Georgia'1 end Jacksonville,
r '.. Chart. North, S. J. Ramsey, program sponsored by Delta of 11 colleges and universities Florida.
Garth Reeves, Oscar Wover,
Dan Johnson, George KilI Sigma Theta.Dr. in the four state The "Teen-Lift" program,
L.>>. Patrick, Ted Plessy, E. N. Geraldine P. Woods, of area in addition to Bethune- initiated in 1963, Is aimed at
I
Taylor, Robert Gabriel or Los Angeles, national president Cookman College they will raising the aspiration level of

Vernon Jackson. of Delta Sigma Theta, in visit Albany State College an ,the economically deprived

announcing the organization'ssecond Albany Junior College(Albany, youngster living in the poorer I.

"Teen-Lift" for this Ga.), Mercer University and regions of the South.Question

47 Si MAKE RESERVATioNSNOW summer, said that the parti- Wesleyan College (Macon, naires returned by youngsters
cipants will include 27 girls Ga.), Belmont Abbey Collegeand who have participated in' the
t
BLUE MARLIN INN and 13'boys from rural and Boston College (Gastonia, program indicate that "Teen-:

ghetto areas in Florida. N.C.), Johnson C. Smith University Lift" has been an important
r ? Nassau, West Bay Street The group will participatein (Charlotte, A. influence in motivating,themto

Opposite Beach an orientation session at & T. College (Greensboro, N. seek college and technical

Air kitchenette.conditioned Suit.bedroomand for Bethune-Cookman College before C.), and North Carolina Col- training, not only to prepare

the family. departing on Sunday,July lege and Duke University themselves for career oppor-

1 SUMMER FATES 16 for a 12-day trip that will ( ':Durham, N.C.). tunities now available to Negro -
11 Double take them to historic sites, youth but also for careersin
$8 to $10 Daily The will also
youngsters
+;. $48 weekly universities, museums and industrial which they can help and inspire -
Triple, $12 to $14 Daily plants in 14 cities in tour the NASA center at Cape other economically deprived

$70 weekly Florida. Georgia, N. Carolinaand Kennedy, Silver Springs, the
Quadruple, $15 to $17 Dally youngsters.
S. Carolina. Macon (Ga.) Museum of Arts ,
OROON$ $85 weekly Dr. Woods pointed out that and Sciences, attend a dinner- "Teen-Lift" is only one of

For Immediate Consult Reservations most of the youngsters chosenfor dance in Charlotte(N.C.),tour many public service projects

NORTHtSGord these tours have never the Liggett and Myers Tobacco sponsored each year by Delta I

WNaoNO n been outside their home towns, Company a bank, a savingsand Sigma Theta, a 45,000 mem-
cite TRAVEL BUREAU loan association and a life ber organization with 315 undergraduate
Gin,crttttd in s_ _?+ a visited a college campus or a
London:(ngtind/n 1769. r ,.. 1104 NW 3rd Avenue museum, seen the inside of a insurance companyln DurhamN. and, alumnae
",' the biggest si//er/n EngI world.PlDDm ,nd. J Ph. 379-8451 (A.4)Amendd ) business concern or been encouraged ( C.) and participate In a chapters in the United States ,

end the to think in terms of anel discussion on the chang and abroad. .
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Friday, July _

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Boston, Mass. The $-- may be faced with racial dis- Weston, Illinois, the site of the
member Board of Directorsof crimination In housing." $375-million Federally fin-
the National Association for This Is the third time with- anced aton-smasher."
the Advancement of Colored in the past three days of the The following night, in accepting -
People charged here,Wednes- Association's five day meet the Association's
day, July 12th that"the most here, July 10-15, that atten- highest award, the Spingarn
i shocking example of wanton tion has been brought to the Medal, Massachusetts Senator
disregard for human rights in controversial problem of the Edward W. Brook firmly as-
ti t s f recent months is the decisionto location of the Installation.In serted, "The Federal govern-
s r ..asWY place the Atom Smasher at his keynote address Mon- ment should not condone racial

tI I Weston, Illinois," even thoughthe day night, Roy Wilkins, NAA discrimination by rewardingit
State Illinois has stead- CP executive director, stat- with Federal grants.Weston
I At fastly refused to pass fair ed, "It is a cynical shock.for Illinois should not benefit froma
housing legislation, the multi- Negro Americans to learn that multi-million dollar atomic
million dollar facility is being the Illinois Senate has refusedto power installation when it Is
approved for Weston, the NA enact a state fair housinglaw unwilling to open community
ri\ ACP Board said in a resolu- thus endangering the Ne- housing to Negro citizens who
) tion passed here during their gro's share of employment in will live and work there."

58th Annual Convention.The .
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resolution also stated
that "We are chagrined that
Our in the
those who are Indifferent ot the Boys .
problems of housing discrimination -
1/ 4 4 have distorted our action Armed Forces I

,. (Attempting, site appraisal
) and used it as an excuseto
the Weston site
approve
Airman Walter Blue, Jr.,
without adequate assurancesof
....... non-discrimination In hous- son of Mr.and Mrs. Walter
n r,. P .\ ing. We call upon the Senate Blue, Sr., of 1308 N.W. 51st
Street, Miami, entered the U.
... to refuse approval of the
S. Air Force on, Monday,July
Weston, Illinois location. We
., ; : 17. He will go to Texas for his
'.1':".:. call upon the Atomic Energy basic training and then will be
f:'" ,. Commission to select a new
assigned In the mechanicalfield
site where there will be ade-
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he selected before his
quate remedies for those who
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enlistment. Airman Blue attended
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Public School and Is married to the
Sheryl Smith, pretty 20-year-old nursing student representing Bermuda in former Juanita Stephens.
I I the Miss Universe pageant, strikes a fetching pose as she cuddles up to a HousingTenantsCannot *SM. *2>**"" *i#* *d

: guy who couldn't care less. Sheryl's credentials are a pleasing 36-24-38 and Airman Larry Davis, son of

she hails from Somerset, Bermuda. Times photo by Jay Baker. Refuse Mrs. Cardell Clark of 244 NW
16th Terr., entered the US Air
Mixed
HousingWashington Miss Alma C.Kemp, daugh- Force on Tuesday, July 18.He
Under a new ter of Mrs. Inez Kemp,of 6939 will go to Texas for his basic
rule ordered by the Depart- N.W. 20th Ave., entered the training and then be assignedIn
ment Housing and Urban De- U.S. Air Force WAF officer the general field, this is the
velopment, applicants for public program on Wednesday, July field that airman Davis selected -
t, housing units soon won't 5th, and will attend 10 weeks before his enlistment.Air- I
1 be able to pick who their neigh- of officer training school at man Davis attended Booker T.
bor is going to be. Lackland Air Force Base,San Washington High School.

Simply stated, the 10-page Antonio, Texas. Miss Kemp
memo mailed to local housing selected her career field before formation on the opportunities
authorities across the nation her enlistment. Miss offered to other young ladies
will prevent tenants of any Kemp was graduate of Miami with a college degree in the
race or color from refusing Northwestern High School anda U.S. Air Force, please con
housing on the basis of racial June 67 graduate of the Uni- tact MSGT Bill Randall,at 109
makeup. versity of Miami. Further in- N.E. 5th St., or call 379-1702.

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... was one of two delegates representing Dade County Chapter, High School Red
Cross Volunteers to the 50th Anniversary of the National Red Cross-held in Dallas.
Pinning Service For Red Cross VolunteersShown Mrs. Eloise Brown, faculty sponsor at Northwestern High School accompanied Pansyas
chaperon.

above are the Red Cross Volunteers/ who received pins and certificates Being pinned by Mrs. J. Zaval, coordinator of the Youth Hospital Aide Programis
indicating the completion of 12 hours of training by Mrs. Alexander Brooks, R.N., Director
Ruth Clark, daughter of Col. Claude C. Clark and the late Mrs. Ella Clark. ,
of Nurses at Christian Hospital, Inc., and also volunteer service of 20 or more
hours. Shown above are Bernice Davis, Mrs. Sheba Martin with daughter Gwenda
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Henry and their ward, Yvonne Mosley, Ernestine Osborne, 1 t' -
Leieta Sargent, Mrs. Hattie Jeffers, Pansy Hendricks and Ruth Clark. (Not on picture .
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Bill Fraud"The


anti.riot bill is a fraud those who seek to encourage sent the bill to the House
upon the American people," voting and free exercise of Floor. The Detroit Congressman
declared Congressman John civil rights. At best, it offersno who opposed the bill in
Conyers (Dem-Michigan) in a workable limits to whole Committee, pointed out that
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speech prepared for delivery sale harassment and denial of evidence from the President's ,f.
during debate on the bill.The the freedom to speak and to Commission on Law Enforcement
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bill rests on the assumptionthat travel," Mr. Conyers questioned shows that riots result +;M'r'
riots are caused by professionals if it was wise to pay sucha from the problems of slum
traveling from high price for "a measure life. "It would be a happy situation -
state to state. This assumption whish might afford some people if the problem were as
is simply not true1. Riots the psychic satisfaction of simple as the proponents ofthe
are caused by the problemsthat seeing a few colorful figures bill believe it to be. Unfortunately
have arisen from gener- arrested but which most certainly it is not. UrgencyIs 'DR. COLSTON GIVES $1,000 TO CHRISTIAN HOSPITAL INC.
rations of slum life .. from would have no effect Indeed required in dealing
slum housing, unemployment, upon the occurrence of riots." with urban slums and all their Dr. Nathaniel Colston, member of the Board of Trustees of the Christian Hospital
poor education, inadequate problems, but we cannot let Inc. is shown above presentinghis personal gift of a thousand dollars to Dr. W. A.
training programs, and all the "It is unseemly for this this urgency lead us to preci- Chapman, chairman of the Finance Committee. Other Board members present are Mrs.
rest of the deprivations which Congress to hurriedly fastento pitious action which will, in Susan F. Harris, Board secretary and chairman of the Building and Grounds Committee
are characteristic of the Negro a mythical scapegoat mere the end, retard the progressof Clarence Patterson, chairman of the Personnel Committee, Col. Claude C. Clark,
ghetto.' ly because the road to effective civil rights." chairman of the Board and Dr. S. H. Johnson.
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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 24, 1967

CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe RICHARDSONThomas I

family of the late J. Trapp a resident ;

I .1 CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS I ," family of the late of Miami for over 50 years, i r

died at his home 1790 NW 58th I

WILTON BURROUGHwish St., Monday, July 17th. He wasa 'I'

member of Greater Bethel ;

CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe IN APPRECIATION"FOR to express our sincere A. M. E. Church and was the
I thanks to the many friends and owner of theBroadwayBarberShop -
THIS WE THANK
neighbors for the many kind 1133 NW 3rd Ave. and !
family of the late family of the lateWILLIAM THE LORD""I ,
L. expressions of sympathy dur- was a member of the John i;
ing our moments of bereave American Post ,
Griffin Legion :
walk down the Valley of Silence ment.
No. 165. He leaves to mourn fi
Special thanks to the pastorand
'If
Down the dim,voiceless Valley members of the Bethany his passing a widow Beatrice; "
Alone a daughter,Sara Trapp Bellin-
Seventh DayAdventist Churchof
That lies far beyound human Miami. ger of Jacksonville; two

Ken..." abide.May Gods'blessings grandsons, John and Thomas; i.

The family ofthe late always two sisters, Mrs. Macon and "
: "i. Mrs.Laura Brown of Bradenton -
,
WILLIAM EUGENE DOLES t Mrs. Lucille Williams,
; neices and nephews, Mrs.
mother
SYLVESTER DELOACHwho Frances Trapp Cause, Arnett
SR. wish to sincere Mrs. Doris
express Hyler, daughter
Lee Jerome Trapp of Miami
;
,
to all friends who
appreciation Cyril, Vernald fcurroughbrothers
I departed this life June 19, a son-in-law James Bellingerof
i were most kind and sympathetic -
1967 wish to thank their Jacksonville. Funeral ser-
many
during their bereavement.The Mrs. Eloise Smalls
a ,. iI expressions of sympathy- friends and well-wishers for sister vice will be held Saturday,July

Y all kindness shown them dur- 22, at 11:00 a.m. in Greater
cards, calls, telegrams,flow-
J ing their recent bereavement. Bethel AME Church with Rev.S. .
and letters innum-
ers were IN MEMORIAMIn
I :'\. .-- erable. The magnificent hand- May God bless all of you. A. Cousin officiating
,
'''!. "' L.GIBSON ling of the arrangements by His life is a beautiful memory loving memory of our
\ '.. .,.;.', ,'f 1f Mr. Lester Albert and his staff His absence a silent grief, dear father Mrs. Sarah Ruth Mack of
He sleeps in God's lovely garden 6510 NW 14th Ct., died July
who departed this life July 2, left nothing to be desired. The
MATTIE MAE POOLE 14, at Mt. Sinai Hospital. She
1967, gratefully acknowledgethe love expressed by the Mount
In sunshine and in perfect is survived by nephews,
kindness shown during Zion Baptist Church family is
who departed this life, July 4, their hour of bereavement. deeply appreciated. The peace. David, Charlie, Anderson and

1967, graciously take this Special thanks are extended eulogy, a brilliant portrayal of Nehlmiah Ashby all of Tal
method to express our deepest his delivered Beaulah Deloach and family R lahassee. Funeral services
to Father Clark and Father life and personality, -
gratitude to Drake Memorial Sands. The Rev. Reeves, the by Dr. Edward T.Graham will be held Wednesday,at 4:00
Baptist Church and its humble p.m., July 19 in St. Paul AME
Altar Guild and Usher Boardof will be the family'ssource
minister, the Rev. J. W. Dunn the Church of the Incarna- of strength through the CARD OF THANKSThe f Church with Rev. Kellyoffici-

and members, for adequate tion. Thanks are extended to years. Sorrow is easier to family of the lateANDREW ating.

services rendered during this the neighbors of 63rd Street bear when a family has friends 1t
sad occasion.We Mrs. Myrtle Richardson
and friends for flowers, tele- like you.
also wish to thank Rev.T. grams, cards and consoling siding at 20 Morningside Apt.

R. Harrison, the Range words, also the Range Funeral 18, NYC died July 20, in New

Funeral Home, and our many Home for services rendered. IN MEMORIAM York City. She is survived by
friends who offered various sister-in-law Artie
tea. MR. THEODORE BULLARD an Mrs.
services and kindness duringour Mrs. Alice White Pinckneyand In sad but loving memory of Richardson. Funeral service

hours of bereavement. family our dear sister, who departed this life here on will be held Thursday at 3:00
May God bless and keep in the
you earth July 15, 1965. p m., Chapel.
you, for it was through him that
Two years have passed dear
your thoughtful'expressions father Charles Franklin Cam-
CARD OF THANKSThe ,
were extended. Since God has called you home bridge, Jr., residing at 1127

family of the lateMRS. To be with him in heaven, NW 1st Pl., apt. 6, died, Mon-
Mrs. Alice Cooper, mother day, July 17. He is survivedby
L -- --1r.1- Around the snow white throne.
Walter Brady,brotherand a mother, Mrs. Jean Cam-
G We often sit and think of you
the entire family When we are all alone bridge; four brothers,

For memory is the only thing Michael, Tony, Floyd and

{ 4asljxa That grief can call its own. Joseph; two grandmothers, r
IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Louise Seay, and Mrs.
ROBINSON
SR.
Rosa Lee Sharpe daughter Luloa Cambridge; one uncle,
loving memory of our who departed this life July 2, Mr. Franklin Cambridge.
Leroy G. Sharpe son-in-law
"bA ,
.
dear mother 3tii 1967, wish to express our sincere Quintin Pinkston and Funeral arrangements are Incomplete -

appreciation to Rev. at this time.
Tammy
Lynn Sharpegrandchildren
ESTER MOXIE > Thedfordi Johnson officers
,
!..'JI ',' : .
.'''1k '::' l J and members of St. John Baptist
who departed this life April Church Mrs. Artie MANKER

28, 1949, and our sister,. MRS. ESTELLE M. RHODES Richardson and the Richardson -
.. and IN MEMORIAMIn
Funeral Home staff,
James Sams of 4862 NW 29
IRENE ARDELL who departed this life July 29, the many friends and neigh- memory of our dear mother Ave., died July 10, at Jackson
KELLY 1961. bors who extended so many and sister'ADA Memorial Hospital. Funeral
acts of kindness during our
services
were held Saturday.
We miss
you so very much
hours of sorrow and bereave- PEARL BARNETTwho
who departed this life on Wed- and will never be the same He is survived by a wife, Ella

nesday, July 12, 1967, wish to without you. ment. Mae; four children, GeorgiaMae
Your kind this life 16
expressionsshown departed July
thank all who were so kind to Until we meet again. John, Willie J, and EddieP.
through flowers, cards, 1966.
us during our bereavement. ; and one sister Susie Mc-
telegrams, visits, calls and Gone, but not forgotten,
Words cannot express our Mary A van Mitchell,sister Grift.
many other gestures were sleeping in God's perfect
gratitude to the many friends Four brothers, two children
most .
and graciously appreciated. peace.Special Ella Mae Harris of 1064 NW
neighbors for their many Four grands, a stepmotherIN
thanks to
cards, telegrams, visits, Range 60 St.,was DOA Jackson Mem-
The Robinson Funeral Home.
family
flowers, calls, and prayers.A orial Hospital, July 10th. Fun-
special thanks to Father eral services were held Sun-

Cia r k and the Rev I. C. MEMORIAMIn Barnett family day in Greenville, Ala. She is

REBECCA MACKEYwho M i c kin s, San Salvador Blue IN MEMORIAMIn Climpson family survived by a husband George;

Lodge No. 603, and the Range loving memory of our Relatives and friends four children; and two sisters.

departed this life July 18, Funeral Home, wishing you all dear mother loving memory of our

1966. our heartfelt gratitude. May mother, -
"Sweet are the memories that God bless you all.

never fade MINNIE MCCLOUDwho RAHMINGS FUNERAL HOME

Of ones we loved, but could Eleanor, daughter

never save. Alfred, Granville, Howard, died July 22, 1960.

Gone, but not forgotten. Harold and Clifford, sons Now the laborer's task is o'erl! Formerly M. S. Allen Funeral HomeA

and a host of grands and great Now the battle day is past;

The: familyIN grands. Now upon the farther shore,
Lands the voyager at last sympathetic and understanding service to

Father in thy gracious keeping everyone.

IN MEMORIAMIn 'Leave we now thy servant

MEMORIAMIn sleeping.

loving memory of our OWNERS
of dear wife mother and Homilee Hunter daughter
loving memory our daughter William L.
President
dear husband and father, and familyIN Carey,
Matthew H Rahming, L.F.D., Vice Pres.

DAN PAYNE BETTY J. DEMERITTEwho Harry L. Rolle, Treasurer

MEMORIAMIn Helen Harris, Business Associate
who departed his life July 22, departed this life July 25

1962. 1965.

And God shall wipe away all She is gone, but not forgottenWe loving memory of our STAFFMrs.
and
dear mother grandmotherMRS.
tears from their eyes and loved her but God loved her Helen Perkins
death shall be no more, nor best. MRS. DAISY SUTHERLANDwho Secretary
JESSIE ALBURY Harold Perkins
moaning, nor crying, nor sor- May her soul rest in peace.

orow shall be.any more, for Thomas Demeritte, husband departed this life July 18, Sherman Carey
,. who departed this life July 8,
the former thing, are passed Joyce Bettina Demeritte, 1963. 1955. Charlie Jordan

away. daughter Gone, but not forgotten. May

Sadly missed by: Thomas Demeritt, Jr., son she rest in peace. Mrs. Lillian Smith 1144 NW 3rd AVENUE PHONE: 371-8343

Rodney Demeritte, son Mrs. Olive Neely
DAY
OR
Mrs. Rosa Lee Payne Mangolia Daniel, motherone Mr. Brice Sutherland, son daughtersGrandchildren NIGHT

and family sister, Katherine, sister Mrs. Mary Delancy, daughter' and family Jul28 "
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RANGEMrs. Mrs. Essie Mobley of 6020 ALBERT

Irene A. Kelly of 955 NW 13th Avenue, Apt 7, died Ronald Sims, 1207 N. W. 63

NW 52nd Street, died Wednes- vived Sunday by, July two daughters.16. She is Eunice sur- Street, died July 13. Serviceswere Don't. Be Fooled Check And You'll FindFreddy's

day, July 12. She Is survivedby Hall and Annie Bell Brantley. held Monday from the

Eleanor seven children PoltlerGranvilleCambridge -Alfred and Her remains will be shipped to New Church.Convent Among his Presbyterian survivorsare Prices Are The Lowest In TownIIIBW1

Waynesboro, Ga., Friday,July
Howard Newman, parents, one brother,
21
where final rites will be
Harold and Clifford Charlowand conducted.Mrs. aunts and grandmother.John .
Fern ish a Knowles; two
sisters Iris Riou and Myrtle Alice Freeman of 2205 Henry Killings,1767 N. O IPIiill
Richards; onebrotherWilliamKelly. NW 8th Court, Ft. Lauderdale, W. 3rd Ave., Apt. 9, died July
Funeral services were died Sunday, July 16th. She is 13. Among his survivors are,

held Saturday, July 15, at 5:30 survived by a husband, Ira;two four sons, four daughters, i ISM!
p.ra. in the Chapel. sisters, Gussie Beverly and parents, four sisters,two bro I
Mable Manning;an aunt Gussie thers. Remains were shipped
Samuel Lynch, Sr., of 16440 Redding. Funeral services Monday to Fitzgerald, Ga. for
NW 19th Avenue,died Wednes- were conducted Wednesday, final rites.
day, July 12, at Hialeah Hos- July 19, at 10:00 in the Chapel.

pital. He is survived by his Mrs. Rebecca Forbes of Mack Brewer, 423 N.W. 7th NECKS
wife, Kathleen; three sons, 1854 NW 64 St., died Sunday, St., Apt.9,died July 14.Amonghis TURKEY LB. 12CTURKEY
Samuel, Jr., Charles and Wil
July 16. She is survived by two survivors are wife,one
fred; two daughters, Margie sons James JacksonJr. and daughter, two sisters, one ..
,.
Cunningham and Gloria Cook.. --- .' ,.. "
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brother. Remains
Joe Lewis Chaney. Funeral were shipped ., ,; t .
services will be :: ". )
Funeral con- / I '\ "" J" .t
ducted Thursday, July 20th,at services will beconductedSa- Monday to Thomson, Ga. :' ,;,;(, \: \ :
:
for final "
4:00 p.m. in St. Agnes Epis- turday In July 22, at 1:00 p.m. rites. BACKS, .".'" .-,', r"I\1', ; -" .l.BI: ':1"1 C. .
the Chapel. .
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copal Church. Burial for the infant son of '\. : : !, II''
Roosevelt B. Brown of 2169
Thomas Lyons,Jr.,21650 Mr. and Mrs.Charles Floydwas
NW 57 St., died Tuesday, July
SW 119 Avenue, died Wednes- held Monday at the Lin- PORK
18. He is survived by his widow
day, July 12th. He is survivedby coln Cemetery.
Sallie a daughter Patricia
; ; NECK BONES
his widow, Annie; an aunt, four sisters,Ruth M.Smith, LB.12C
Mrs. Mattie Green. Funeral Willie M. Williams, Mary L. Eugene Watson, 743 N.W.
arrangements are incomplete.John and Sally S. Brannim; a bro- 64th St., died July 17. Among

Tamplin of 10930 SW ther, Charlie Thomas. Fun- his survivors are, mother, LONGRAIN -',

216 Street, died Wednesday, eral arrangements are incom- four sisters, Mesdames, ,'" ': .,
July 12. He is survived by his plete. Emma L. Brown, Johnnie M. RICE ... I \;': ,,_ LB. 49
Gertrude a brother, Watson, Doreather Harvey, 'f
widow, ; '
: .
Samuel A. Reynolds of 2246 Earnestine Whitfield of Titus- v.. 11' w".I> ,
Ned Rodney an aunt, Mrs.
Sallie Little. Funeral; services NW 61 St., died Tuesday, July ville. Services Thursday 2:00
18. He is survived by his mo- m. in the WHOLE
were conducted Wednesday, p. Chapel. TENDER CHIC
ther, Mrs. Ruth Reynolds
July 19, at 1:00: p.m. in New
Thorpe; a wife Francina;a father -
Freeman McCormicJr.
Bethel Church of Goulds. FRYERSFAB
Elliot Reynolds; a stepfather 17640 SW 105 Ave., Perrine, 29*
of 775
Mrs. Estelle Early
Willie Thorpe
; among died July 15. Among his sur-
NW 13th Avenue, died Thurs- other relatives are Ann
13th. She is survivedby vivors are, parents, Mr. ', t'!.', .. ." "
day, July Feverham, J. Bell,D.WallaceW. Freeman Sr., and Mrs. r.-wro a son, Willie of Philadel- Young and Fred Thorpe. .
Mozella McCormick, two sis- .. ..... ,
phia; and a grand-son, Sam. Funeral arrangements are in- ters Ann and Marlenetwo ,,'. '
Mary ; ,:; \ ; ', : "PKG
Funeral services were conducted complete.Mrs. / LG \ 29C
brothers Dolphus and '
Monday, July 17th, at Bernard Arrangements, are ""I.t.; ::" .r: : .I ''' .."
9:00 in the Chapel.
a.m. Tomezine Jackson of Incomplete at this time.
Cynthia Charlene Williams, 4731 N. W. 15th Avenue, died PILLSBURY BUTTERMILKBISCUITS
of 2280 NW 103rd Street, died Wednesday, July 12 in Santa Mrs. Versie Gibson, 2111
Friday, July 14th. She is sur- Maria, California She is sur- NW 152nd Terr., Opa-locka, 3 FOR 294
vived by her parents, Mr. and vived by a daughter, Mrs. died July 16. Among her sur-
Mrs. Henry Williams; three Alice Francis;a granddaughter vivors are, husband, Esau
brothers, Larry, Derrek and Garcelia Francis; a sis- one son, Onell Griffin, mother
Hosea; grandparents, Mr. and ter, Mary Reeves. Funeral two grandchildren, .four Sisters LAMB .
.
Mrs. Richard Williams Fun- services were conducted two brothers. Arrange .

eral services were conducted Tuesday, July 18, at 5:30p.m.in ments are incomplete at this SMOLDER CHOPS .. .49C
Tuesday, July 18,at 11:00 a.m. the Liberty City Church of time.
in the Chapel. Christ.

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Victoria Perpall LB-
5 K49
1429 NW 62nd St., died July FLOUR s
17, at her home. Funeral ser-
.
Every ..w., vices will be held, Saturday, -
litter bit July 22; 2:30 p.m. at Greater
hurtt: Keep Bethel AME Church with Rev.S. .
SUNSHINE SWEETSSUGAR ,
rQ' America A. Cousin, officiating. Re-
mains will repose in the

Beautiful. Chapel beginning 1 p.m. on LB 39C.
,
Friday until 9:00 p.m.Friday. 5
Remains will repose at the'' SACK

home of her daughter, at 6202

691-7661 NW 14th Ct., beginning 10:00 "' ;4
p.m. on Friday until Funeral SALES LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 ORDERr ;

time Saturday afternoon. Sur-

vivors include: two daughters,
FRESH FROZENCONCH
Mrs. Rosina Sands and Mrs.

Violet Wilson; nephew, Bo
Thompson; grandson, Charles 5 ,LB. BOX $2.49

Wilson and six nieces.


Rogers Lee Cromer of 5122 :' : ';:' .'':'.Hi ,Il:; 'I' :.' .
NW 18th Ave., died July 13, in i :, : .
1 Tifton, Ga. Funeral services
were held Wednesday,July 19, EGGSt: .
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1 p.m. at the Mircle Temple
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Church. Survivors include his : :'.(: '.' ),,I, :I '" "," ",, '

parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis ,., .,.:;.$,tIJt'!f't J1rjM'; ;".;.. :'"; ''I" .
Cromer three brothers;
Bobby L. Richard, Louis and

I I David; one sister, Ruthena; GALLON PLASTIC JUG
I two grandmothers, Mrs.Lillie MILK 89
Kay Denson and Mrs. Gustava NO DEP. NO RETURN

Flake M hti4talu, iA Cromer; one grandfather
Henry Denson.
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ST. MARY'S W. M. LIBERTY CITY
Antioch Male Chorus
Rev. H. V. Stuart,pastor CHURCH OF CHRISTF.

The Usher Boards Nos. 1 Observes 14th AnniversaryThe K. Thompson, ministerT. i
and 2 wish to thank everyone S. Holmes, reporterThe
for their support in the Baby Gospel meeting con-
Contest. The winners were, president, Mr. Casey + tinues at this church,with Bro.
first prize Baby Percy Richie, Graham, and members of the Carl Taylor of Chattanooga,

Jr., son of Mr.and Mrs. Percy Male Chorus of the Antioch Tenn., preaching. Services NEW MT. MORIAHRev.
,GREATER NEWMACEDONIA Richie Sr. and sponsored by Baptist Church, will enjoy begins each night, at 8:00p.m.
Mrs. Bertha Adderly second your fellowship a t the obser- We have been very pleasedto A. L. Shipp,pastor
prize i won by Jannis Crusie vance of their 14th anniver- have some of our young Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterThe

Rev.Willie Roscoe Jackson, pastor grand daughter of Mrs. Olive sary to begin on Thurs- Christians pay us a visit dur- No. 1 Usher's Board,
J. Beard reporter"We
Rolle and sponsored by Mrs. day, July 20th and terminate ing their summer vacations. want to thank each and every-

the pres ident, of- Edith Duncombe third prizewon Sunday afternoon, July 23rd. .a; Patricia Black is home from one who participated and attended -

ilcers, and members Usher by Baby Darrin Lewis The committee, college until the famm. Annie their anniversary, and
t'> board No. 1 wish to thank each grandson of Mrs. Carolyn Deacon program Roy Ross chairman, English Jetted home from made it a success.

nd everyone who helped to Lewis and sponsored by Mrs. has: planned a series of musi- ,- ,p' Omaha, Nebraska for a short No. 1 Choir will begin their
snake our Fifth Anniversary a Marion Hannah, fourth prizewon cal renditions to be presentedon period of time. She is enrolledin anniversary tonight (Thurs.)
success both and by Anthony Cheesbor- the Job Corps
spiritually program
at
Thursday night and Friday .. throughout, Sunday, 3:00
financially. ought grandson of Mrs. Ruth .*. ,:.1 there. Emma Simmons Jettedin p.m. Asking all members for
at 8:00
night
Bon i and sponsored by p.m. j 'il'"t. \\ for
v e y a very brief stay.She is their full
thanks to all the < \ support.
Special pre- 1 ". .
Rebecca Bethel. \ .." ,e'; _, ,_,__
sidents and auxiliaries of the Mrs. Rev. L. B. Mack, pastor of I" a recent graduate of the Homer Our Revival will begin with

church who worked along withus Sunday, July 23, will be tes- the New Mt. Zion Baptist of CASEY GRAHAM Phillips Hospital in St. Louis, prayer meeting, August 2, at
hand-in-hand, Rev. P. W. timonal day. The Male Chorus West Hollywood, will deliverthe Mo., and is currently working 8:00 p.m.
Williams and congregation of will sing all day. sermon on Sunday after Pratt, will provide the music. there. Joint Rehersal for choir No.
Who will be the most popular Antioch Choir No. 2 un- Rev. p. W. Wiggins is the The Annual State Meeting
noon. ,
St. Luke M.B. Church, Rev.J. 2 will be August 1, at 00pm.: .
W. Stephenson and congregation Sunday School Teacher? The der the direction of Mrs. R. pastor. will begin as soon as the meet- The pastor and delegatesare
of Antioch M.B. Church, answer will be told Sunday, ing at this church closes. More attending the SundayS

Brownsville and to all the visI- July 30, at 9:30 a.m. details will be given later. c h 0 0 1 Convention in Fort
ting ushers' boards, membersand Our ,sincere sympathy to the FRIENDSHIPRev. JORDAN GROVERev. Visit the church that makes Pierce.

friends of our sister family Let us of Mrs. MamieE.Rolle.for our pastor J. E. Jenkins, pastor C, H. Smith,pastor you feel at home. Remember the sick, shut-

'churches' May God bestow His his pray absence also for Ruby Lee Carry, reporter Eddie L. Gilbert, reporterOur ins, our pastor, bereaved
richest blessings upon you, during NEW HOPE families, and those in the
now and forever. all our sick and shut-ins. Sunday Rev. C.H.Hargarett Men's Day program will Armed Services in our prayers -

delivered the evening sermon be held in October. Men are Rev W. E. Sims,pastor Visitors are always welcome -

Deacon Willis L. Lightborn, CHAPEL AME for us. assessed $25; women$10; jun- Mary L. Mayfield, reporter .
ALLEN
is president. Total raised was We are starting the celebra- ior boys $5; Junior girls $3. Prayer Services will be held

$1,454.60.Our Rev Fred D. Wright, pastor tion of our pastors anniver- You may begin paying your nightly through July 21st, after
Youth Day has been Fannie S. Gaddy, reporter sary, this will be the 4th an- money now. We would like to which revival will begin, July GREATER NEW
BETHELRev.
changed from the fourth SUn- niversary, starting Thursday, make this the greatest Men's
23thepasorisasking 24. We are Inviting
Sunday, July everyoneto
day in this month. Bro.Johnny each member for$5.00 July 20, at 8:00 p.m. with a local Day program. Brother H. Dix- take part in these services. W. K. Smith,pastor
Nixor and the Junior Depart- program, Friday, July 21, on is chairman and Deacon Alice S. Irving, reporterThe
also, on Sunday night, at 7:30 Baptism will be held the 5th
at 8:00 Rev. Paul Free-
to : p.m.
ment are working tirelessly Parrish is co-chairman.
the Trustees are Youth department cele-
p.m. spon- Sunday morning.We .
man of Zion Hope M. B. and
annual
their fifth
make this, Revival meeting will begin brated
soring a Musical Concert. The their first anniversaryon
Youth Day a grand success. public is invited. congregation will be in chargeof Monday night, July 24th, at 8 extend our deepest last Sunday The programwas
Remember the date has been Mortage Burning is plannedfor services. First Baptist of p. m., with Rev. W. M. Davis sympathy to the Jackson, very Joyable andthe
changed from July 23, to August Brownsville, Rev.W. M. Davis our revival minister.To .
and Vickers families
the last week in August, Knight amount raised was over $700.
13. Please make this with the Rev. Sneed and his pastor, and congregation will the sick: Put your trustin in the loss of their loved one. The No. 1 Deaconess Board
change on your calendars and congregation rendering ser- be in charge Sunday, at 3:00 God and you shall be healed. invite you to their annual tea
plan to attend. p.m. We are looking forwardfor Let us continue to pray with
the fourth Sunday, in July, at
When you pray, rememberthe vice.The your presence..Our our sick and shut-in members:
Greater New
Bethel. Our
pastor isplanningaRevival own
sick and shut ins and get well wishes to all of VALLEY GROVERev. Brothers, R. Roberts, R. Fin-
Deacon John Akins will be the
to be held in September, ,
bereaved families. Pray a our members who are ill. ley; and Sisters P. L. Peace,
so watch for the date J. Torrence, pastorSis. guest speaker
for those who Deepest sympathy to Sister and M. L. Gibbs.
special vacation.prayer The president would like to Corena Brewer in the loss of L, Wooten, reporterThe The Young Matrons and
are on
thank each one i of you, who attended her husband, Mack Brewer. men of Valley Grove are ---- Young Women auxiliaries are
the Missionary Tea, in the process of their Men's sponsoring a "Christian Fel-
which was held last Sunday. Day drive, July 19, the Rev. ST. JAMES AME lowship" program, August 1,
MT. CARMEL GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Anderson from the Community at 8:00 p.m.Guest speaker will
Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor
Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastorSis. Baptist Church will be the be Mrs. Mabelle Anderson of
W. F. SavoypastrCongratulations Joseph R. Marshall, reporterWe
Louis McGriff, reporterThe ANTIOCH speaker, on July 20, the Rev. New providence. The public is
to the Sen- Taylor from St. Luke P.B. will will attend Mt. Hermon invited to Join us.

No. 2 Choir will begin Rev. A. H. Essix,pastorWe ior High fellowship, assistedby be the speaker and on July 21, AME Church for their Men's Prayer services are held

their anniversary on July 20 the adults, for the splendid Rev. Williams of Christian M. Day. We will leave,at 3:00pm, every Tuesday night.

and end July 21.Also don't for thank each and everyoneof Fashion Show on last Sunday B. will be the speaker. Everyone from the Parish Hall. .--
get on the fifth Sunday in this you for helping our Men's evening. is invited. Mrs. Sarah Mobley and the
Day be a successful one. Spe- July-ites wish to thank all of NEW PROVIDENCERev.
month, we will celebrate our This Sunday morning a Let us continue in prayerfor
annual Grandmother's Day, at cial thanks to both our speakers. delegate of the Gideon Bible the sick, shutins,bereaved you who helped with the Beach C. J. Burney,pastor
2:00 p.m. Society will be the guest families and those in the Arm- Party.
Remember the sick and Everyone is invited to wor- speaker Elder J. D. Faniel ed Services. Visitors are always You are always welcome to The Senior Ushers of New
shut-ins. ship with us each Sunday. will lead the services. welcome. the friendly church. Providence M. B. Church invite -

_' ." '.' you to worship with themon
-
- ; their 5th anniversary,Sun
_ Makes day, July 23, at 3:00 p.m. The
Session
Eleventh Episcopal District A.M.E. Layment History speaker will be the Rev. B. D.

Cole of Ft. Lauderdale.No. .
Panama City, Florida-The Eleventh Episcopal District.At dames V. Thomas, Teri Toles ties; Mrs. Bernice S. Henderson by Mr. Michael Ivan Francis, 2 choir will sell dinners

Twentieth Annual Session of 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, and Susie Padgett worked director of public rela- son of Mr. and Mrs. Wastell Saturday, July 22, you may call
the Eleventh Episcopal Dis- Dr. J. W. Walker presided.Call faithfully with the Youth Work- tions; Mrs. Alice McIntosh, Francis of Quincy.His subjectwas the church delivery Phone
trict AME Laymen is now his to worship by Rev. K. D. shop and presented their groupin minister of music; Mrs. V.W. "Learning Today and 758-0922. Price $1.00.

tory. This session made his- White. Bishop Hatcher was panels and addresses. Thomas, youth director; Mrs. Leading Tomorrow." Historywas Our pastor Rev. Burney is

tory in many ways. presented to deliver the annual Wednesday evening the local Willie Hart, Historiographer. made because there never still on the sick list. Let us
The convention was held sermon by Rev. Walker. His program was presented by the Thursday evening the Evan- has been an address of that continue in
prayer for him
July 5 7, at Greater Bethel message was selected from host church, with beautiful gelistic and Memorial Servicewas type delivSred by a high school sick and shut-ins. t

AME Church, with Rev. K. D. Phillippians 4th chapter, 8th renditions of music, speechesand fervently carried out by student in this session. He was Prayer meeting each Tues

White, host pastor; Rev. F. H. verse, subject, "Something to welcome addresses. Mr. Chaplain A. L. Gleen and Mrs. sriven a standing ovation. day, at 8:00 all
p.m.
: asking
Ashe, presiding elder; Mr. think about' Bishop continuedhis Isaiah Thomas brought cordial Queen West The departed lay- members to attend.,

Felix N. White, Episcopal pre- discourse by saying that greetings from the West Flor- men were remembered in Friday morning, a continua-

sident; Mr. Isaiah Thomas, everyone must see and feel, ida Conference. Following song, prayer and sympathetic tion of committee reports and
conference president and the that bad thoughts quickly ripen program, the group formed a remarks. resolutions was heard with felicitations -
right Rev. E. C. Hatcher,pre- into bad actions; keep your motorcade to the spacious and The workshop continuedwith being given Mr. I.
siding prelate.A hearts full of good thoughts, vlcturesque Four Winds Res- the panelists Interpreting Thomas, conference staff, DRAKE MEMORIAL
large cooperative delegation that bad thoughts may find no taurant at City Marina on St. "Findig the Secret of an Ac- Greater Bethel, the dining Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastorOn

registered, at 7:30 a.m. room to enter. Bishop was at Andrew Bay, where a lovely tive Laity." The president, in room staff, Rev. and Mrs. K. last Thursday night Mr.
Wednesday, with Mrs. Mary his best as souls were revived. buffet style banquet was en joy his address, told of Life's D. White for their loyal hospitality Watson, field director of the
Alice Jenkins registrar, Following this masterful ed. Mrs. Llllle J. Frazier, Building Materials." This was Boy Scouts met with the fol-
assisted by Mrs. Willie M.futchinson message, the Holy Eucharistwas Pensacola Socialite, served as received with much acclaim. lowing men of Drake Memorial -

administered by the pre- an ideal toast mistress. Pre- Thursday afternoon was Recommendations were>i : Carl Mitchel.W. Green

Registering their support siding elders and ministers. sidents of the seven confer- spent in a three hour educa- drawn up to be presented to the>! R.' Clements, C. Perkins, Brother ,-
I ere the following conference Revs. S. A. Cousin, W.S. White ences and the following Epis- tional sightseeing tour of Pan- forthcoming Connectional Lay r Gamble and Tripp and
residents and their delegaons and Hinson for copal officers were introducedby Convention ,
I. D. ,aspirants ama City, St. Andrews, Tyn- convening in New' Rev. Dunn.
: Mrs. Irene Taylor, So. the Bishopric spoke in behalfof President Felix White P.J. dall's Air Force Base, Pana- Orleans, La., July 31August4th. : Carl Mitchel i was elected
lor i d a Conference; Mr. their election in 1968. McIntosh, executive vice; ma Paper Industry and many The 1968 L a y Convention Scout Master, Brother Gamble
Frederick Wilson, Orlando Wednesday afternoon the Mrs. Essie Jones; 2nd vice; other places of interest. will be held inOrlando, at Mt. chairman and Brother Tripp
Conference; Mr.Samuel Snow, laity assembled in a workshopwith W.M. Hawkins, coresponding; Olive AME Church, Rev.S. M. institutional ,
K Central Conference; Mr. Sel- Mrs. Inez Sparks, pre- secretary; Mrs. Mary Golden, Thursday evening was given Peck, pastor; Mr. Frederick; The Faithful representative.Women's

mo. Bradley, Greater Con- siding. The theme was"Find- financial secretary; A. L. over to the youth who showed Wilson, conference president< wish to thank all their friends Club
ference and Mr. Isaiah ing the Secret of an Active Gleen, chaplain; J. T. Brun- their talents by presenting a Presiding Elder Ashe closed 1 I L for helping them
Thomas West Conference. Laity," with many subtopicsthat son, treasurer; Wastell Fran- well accepted program. High- the convention with benedic- on last Saturday

Numerous were the presiding were ably discussed by parlimentarian; Mrs Inez lighting this program was the tion and the circle of love and Remember to
elders and ministers of the panelists and others. Mes- Sparks director layactivi- masterful address delivered friendship being formed. sick and shut-ins.pray for the



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Mt. Hermon I
AgainThis \A ""'I. t !, .. 1 1a 'I'
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coming Sunday, July morning message. The Rev.
23rd, the Mount Herman AME F E. Sneed, pastor of St. .
Church of Opa-locka, will observe James AME Church Miami and
its 10th annual Men's his congregation will visit, at
Day. Brother Eugene Bailey 3:00 p.m., at that time there
and Brother Sanford Nesbitt will be an Old Fashion Spread. .} "
has been chosen chairman and At. 7:00: p.m. the Rev. K. D
cochairmanWe Brooks of the Mt.Zion AME,"
$ rI44k
are proud to announce Homestead will attend with his .
that the following ministers congregation.We .
will be our guests for the day extend an invitation to all
The Rev. J, B. Blackwell,pas- of our friends to be with us and
tor of the Mt. Herman AME, help us to celebrate this 10th
Ft. Lauderdale will bring the annual Men's Day.BETHANY .


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FIRST BAPTIST SEVENTHDAY .

Rev. W.M. Davis, pastor ADVENTISTSunday

Donella Turner,reporter, July 23,at 4:00p.m.
Ilya
The Samuellettes will presenta Ie]
Sunday, July 23 ,the church full concert at the Bethany
and pastor will worship at the Union Academy, 2500 N. W.I I I
Friendship Baptist Church, at 50th Street.
3:00 p.m. Rev. J. E. Jenkins, This group is directed byS. '

pastor. Adolphus, formerly knownin Church God c ; eState Convention in JacksonvilleOver I
Friday night, July 21, the night club circles as Lord

Pastors the home Aide of Brother Club will and meetat Sis- Count Proceeds, "king from of the this calypso.project" 1,000 delegates attended the Church of God er meeting by Rev. Nestle/ and C. K. Turnquest where

State Convention in Jacksonville June 20-25 1967. persons were prayed for and healed. Outstanding group
ter Dyles,4825N. W. 25th Ave. will be used for scholarshipsfor ,
The Laymen Brother Hood needy and capable students The sessions were held at the Church of Cod Auditorium, singing and introduction of new songs by Albert Nesbitt;
will sell pies and barbecue desirous of attending college. ]1445 Steele Street, Rev. Roosevelt/ Nestle/ pastor. Jr. was outstanding. E. McKinley Parris of Deerfield/

every Saturday a t the church. Everyone is invited to come Rev. Walter Jackson of Hallandale/ state; Beach rendered stirring evangelistic sermons. Worship
overseer,
will conduct in Giving was conducted daily by Roderick Stevens of
The pastor revival out and enjoy a grand concertas presided over.the convention. He was assisted by PeterC. .
services at Jordan of W. P. Beach. r
well
this
as support worthy
Hickson, state secretarytreasurer; Albert Nesbitt,
Grove Baptist Church, begin- cause.. Admission free.An of- Climaxing the convention was presentation of cer-
Jr. director
state Annie
,
youth Mrs. B. Wheeler
;
ning, July 24 thru the 28.Rev. fering will be collected. missions ,stat tificates and plaques for the outstanding pastor of the
C.H. Smith is th pastor.To representative; Mrs. Nina Black, assistant; year, Rev. F. B. Bell of Orlando. Ten awards were also
all our visitors,you havea and Mrs. Lureather Jackson, state president of LWWB. given for pastors who have spearheaded recruitment of
warm welcome to worshipwith TEMPLEAtlas Highlights of the convention included morning pray young members in the church.

each the ,. .
us Sunday. To -- -- -- --- -- -- -- ---- ---
bereaved families, may you Lodge of the Improved -
10 New Paramedical Courses Jr.
find consolation in the mist of Benevolent Protective Or- at College .

your tears. der of Elks of the World will
..- -- worship Sunday morning,at 11 Mia m i-Dade Junior Col- lums. Coast Dental Society, American vicinity of the Jackson Mem-
a.m. at Temple. The Temple- lege's new division of Medi- Dr. Weber said that among Optometric Association, orial Hospital complex, but,
GLENDALE BAPTISTRev. ites will sing for the occasion. cal-Related Programs will go those lending full support and and the Nursing Home Asso- for the present, classroom
Our Men's Day observanceis into full-scale operation for cooperation to the College are ciation, as well as hospitals work will be done in existing
B. L. Turner, pastor Just three weeks off, and the first time this fall when 10 South Florida Hospital Coun- throughout the Greater Miami campus facilities, with clini-
R. M. Harrington, reporterFridayeveningourGA'shad chairman Deacon G. E. Hep- new paramedical programsare cil, Dade County Medical So- area. cal studies conducted in hos-
burn and co-chairman DeaconA. introduced on North Cam- ciety, Mental Health Associa- Long range plans also call pitals and clinics in the com-
J. Hanna are asking all the tion of Dade County, East for' a separate facility in the munity.SAMPSON'S .
their Forward Step Slumber men to pull and push with all pus.These are in addition to the ..
Party, at the home of Mrs. their might. They have all college's already successful
Bessie Holt. This Is apartyof pledged to make this a record- RN nursing program which has
complete study, where each breaker. The women have pro- quadrupled in size since :its MARKET
girl Is required to pass at least mised to stand with them all Inception in 1962.

one step. the way. Expansion to a total of 40
Mrs. B. L. Turner and Mrs.J. Charles Ambrose, presi-
programs In various
para-
A. will leave for 1466 NW 62 ST.
Harrington dent of the Male Chorus and medical studies is envisioned "
Jacksonville, Monday morn- director of No. 2 Choir, who during the next five years,according -
ing, for the WMU Conferenceat has been in Veterans Hospital to M-DJC North Vice
Glorieta, New Mexico. xor more than a month,was released President Ambrose Garner. Free Delivery 6965711BUTTER
Wednesday, Mrs. Christine last week and is conva-
Burch will leave for the Train- lescing at home. Two-year degree programs
ing Union Director's Confer- Mrs.Gertrude Tinker re- being started at the beginningof
ence at Ridge Crest, N.C. turned from her vacation in the Fall Term in late Augustare
New York and Canada last Community Service Tech- BAIL SPECIAL
week. She visited Expo 67 nician; Optometric Technolo-
AME LAYMEN TO during her sojourn. gist (Opthalmic Assistant),
MEET IN LAKE WALESThe The Templeite membersare and Respiratory Therapy
all aglow for having made Technician. A one-year certificate -
South Florida Confer- 2 LB5 BRISKET STEW BEEF, .
-
two bus trips to West Palm program, Operatingand
ence Laymen Organizationwill Beach last week-end to ser- Delivery Room Tech- .,
meet Sunday, July 30, at vice at 36th annual session of nician, is also scheduled. PORK CHOPS
Allen Chapel AME Church 2 LBS.
the Sunday School at BTU Con-
Lake Wales. The Blackeris
Rev.
gress at Ebenezer Baptist Creation of a division ot:
the pastor. Seats are avail Church. Medical Related Programslast LBS. GROUND BEEF
able, air conditioned bus. For year was the first step in, 2 FRESHLB.
reservations call Mr. Willie

Scott Bare,691-7343.691-3843 or Mrs. Ellen ZION HOPERev. building William is under the A.the Weber new direction program., who of Dr.is It 2 BOX. SMOKE SAUSAGE ..<,'; ,

Paul Freeman,pastor working closely with the LBS. "" .';"i: .
LILY WHITESCELEBRATE Sis. E. Jackson, reporter area's medical community to 2 TENDER BEEF LIVER

..8thANNIVERSARY There will be a car wash at plan and Implement curricu-

the church Saturday, from 9 3 LBS. CHICKEN WINGS ::
8:00 p.m.
The Lily White Security The pastor is asking all SOUTH DADE '
Benefit Association will cele- members to meet him at 3 -. NECK BONES
brate its 8th anniversary,Sun- Friendship on Friday night, at
day, July 23,at Mt.Tabor Bap- 8:00 Mrs. Ruth Gary went to
p.m.There
tist Church, from 2-5 p.m., will be a program, Gainsville, on vacation, whilein 3 LBS. TURKEY NECKS
Gainsville she will,be the
1701
N. W. 66th Street, Rev.P. Tuesday night after prayer
S. Brown, pastor. meeting. guest of her sister Mrs. Mattie KING
The public is Invited toattend. There will also beaBarBQue Cade. Fro m Gainsville she 2 LOAVES BREAD 3P&RANKScsrr
will visit her uncle InGuitman
Mrs. Margaret Carey is pre sale Saturday,from 10 un- ,
sident of the organization Georgia.Mrs. DOZ I-LB.BAG

til.Don't forget to pray for the Annie Bell and grand- 4|GRADE A ( ( J LONG GRAIN RICE

BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe sick and shut-ins. daughter, Bridgette Wright,
left, Saturday for a vacation in 1 LB. OlEO 4 CANS :PllLSBISCUlrS
Baha'is of Miami will Quincy. They will also visit B. .
hold their regular weekly dis- MT. CALVARY relatives in Alabama.Mr. ... j jV"
cusion meeting,8 p.m.Sunday, Samuel Atchison, pastor CI JII"" J I
July 23, at 137 N. W. llthAve. Rev. and Mrs.Robert Wilson ire
and family, motored to Jacksonville 1
Mr. George Savitt, the Phil members
Ossofer of The MiamiTimes, The Mt. Calvary and to for the weekend.Mrs. All 14 $9 .77
invite each everyone
Wilson is her father
visiting -
will
speak on "The New World and worship with themat _
come
Curly Faulks. After a
Order The public cordially -
Invited to attend and parti- anytime. Johnson is re- brief visit in Jacksonville, --y I
,
M.
Cynthia
cipate In this discussion. porter. they will go on to Carlo, Ga.




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DALEMP 0. I Sport Scene

.1 LAUDE 4:' County's

;y .' BY PORTERM. DAVIS, JR.

anmai
A Queen of Queen's Dance will be heldat the Elk's Rest Saturday ---- -.-
July 22 from 10:00 .m. until 2:00: p.m. This danceis
: p Arts and craft classes are being offered daily at Walker
sponsored by Mrs. Emma Hill. Music will be furnished by
Playground from 12 noon until 2 p.m. The classes are taughtby
the Dukes of
Royal Thytum. Mrs. Bernice Clayton. Some items being made are: Cloth

A 'Red and White Dress Dance sponsored by the KAY Fraternity dolls, belts, and wallets. The weight i lifting class taught by
will be held Sunday night at the Elk's Rest. Dancingis Coach Green is coming along nicely.
from 10:00: until 2:00: a.m. Dr. Gordon Merritt Is in charge JA
of this affair.
Mrs. Eula Burns and her staff at North Fork playground are
Most Beautiful YMCA in
Miss Gloria Oliver, daughter of Mrs. Essie Reid of 411 NW inviting all children living in the North Forkarea to come out
12th Avenue, recently graduated from the Charron Williams to North Fort Playground and sign up for activities to be con-
Commercial College In Miami. She was awarded the profes- World Shelters Arabs, Jews ducted on playday. Over 433 trophies will be given to winnersof
sional certificate in IBM Data Processing. Congrats to you various activities on that day. Plan now to participate in the

Gloria! And Christians in War fun filled day at Sunland Park,Wednesday,July 26th. You may
} register at North Fork Playground daily with Mr.Harris, Mrs.
Mrs. Lucille Woods recently returned frompaducah Ken
Delevoe and Mrs. Burns.
and then the Israelis
During the fighting in Jeru- Army by ,
tucky along with her daughter Lynette who accompanied her to
who still it. UNTSO
salem 65 Arabs Jews and occupy
,
the graduation of her daughter, Faye Faye received the professional
Certificate In Business Clerk Typist division from Christians took refuge in the personnel now centered at the Fun Day at Sunland Playground was conducted by Miss Car
the West Kentucky State Vocational School. air raid shelter of the YMCAin "Y" represent 17 different men Burris and Mr. Henry Sapp. Participants had a wonderful -
the Israeli section of the nationalities.The time participating in relays and grab stick. Sunland Play-

Mr. Edmund D. Robinson a junior at Meharry Medical College city, according toword received 152 foot tall Jesus Tower ground is proud of the fact that they were the winner in the city
', is doing his enternship this summer In San Francisco.He today by Porter M. of the building, called by wide event last week conducted at North Fork Playground. Once
will be returning to the afore named shcool in Septemberto Davis, Jr., Executive Secre- many "the most beautiful YM again the Bowens family, the Striggles family, the Hunt familyand
start his senior year of studies. tary of the Northwest Branch CA in the world," is annually the Diggs family proved Sunland Playground with a large
YMCA, Ft. Lauderdale. visited by thousands of tour- margin on victory. Sunland playground welcomes participants
Recently returning to the city with the change of a last name ists for its excellent view of for a variety of events daily.
is the former Miss Sonya Ferrell who made brief exit in June "The Jerusalem, Israel association the entire city and the beautyof
to journey to her home in Daytona and change her last name has always been regarded its architecture, that sym-
and both the summer heat in as neutral territory, Basketball and boxing were th main attractions at Dillard
to Fox. Mr. Mrs. Fox are taking bolizes the three great monotheistic
a cool collected manner "playing house," in their new-found where the political tnsions faiths which regard Gym last week. On Monday night Dillard Gym played a basket-
happiness. everyday existence may be put Jerusalem asaholyclty."Because ball team from Dania. The Danla team won by a score of 44 to

aside, at least temporarily, of its height and strate- 40. The leading teams in the basketball league are: Junior high
'" Miss Rosalyn Pappy recently departed the city for Brook- and this latest crises was no boys ... Untouchables 11; Senior High Boys ... Untouchable 1;
gic location it might have been
lyn, New York where she will spend the sum m w r with her exception," he said. "Mortar and Adults ... Runners and Falcons. A boxing clinic will be
used for military purposes on
uncle. shells landed along the south numerous occasions," Davis conducted Wednesday, July 19th at 7:30: p.m.There will be 10
ern part of the building, on the preliminary bouts and one main attraction. The main bout will
"Instead it has
said.
The Third Annual Statewide Youth for Christ Conference will tennis courts, and close always be between Jimmy Beasley and Eddie Gobbs two South Florida
both sidesas
convene at the Golden Heights Church of Christ, 2500 NW 15th enough to break more than 100 been non-involved respected by professional fighters. The bout will last eight rounds.Admis-
Court, July 27-30. Young people of the Church of Christ from windows, but the 65 survived property. sion is free.
all over the state of Florida will meet for this four day ses- without injury." Whenever trouble erupted
sion. There will be day and night sessions. Day sessions will along the noman's land which

consist of workshops and assemblies; night sessions will con- Not so fortunate was the separated Jordan from Israelas Coach Samuel Dukes and his PBA Senior girls softball team
sist of speeches, and i group singing by the young Christians. YMCA building in the former ( it has dozens of times in continued their winning ways last week by defeating Helen's
These young Christians will be in charge of the entire four day Jordanian section of the city. the last twenty years) the en- Kinder garden 22-11 They had previously been defeated by the
session. "It is located almost oppositethe trance to .the tower was Immediately same team by a score of 217. PBA offensive attack was led

Mandelbaum Gate, and was sealed off, and the by Barbara Gibson, Lula Palmer, Frances Striggles, Francis

Brother Zebedee Bishop, of Detroit, Michigan will be the between two heavy lines of tower has never been inten- Bowens, Rebecca Jones and Johnny Mae Striggles. Outstand-

feature speaker for the occasion. All meals will be served inthe fire," Davis reported. "A tionally" fired on, nor fired ing players for Helen's Kindergarden were: Miss Betty

church's dinning! room The public is cordially invited. good many shells hit the build- from. McCray, Mrs. Funnel Larkins, Miss Juanita Dixon and Mrs.
Burnell Brown. The Athletic Staff invites out each
The Fashion Hair Styling ing, nearly every window was everyone
Arama given by Madam Streeter broken, several walls were I I Tuesday night to see senior girls and adult ladies softball at

of Streeter's Beauty Box was a F severely damaged, and the Carver its best.

roaring success. The show was furnishings, most of which had y
held at the Elk's Rest, July 2. been made by refugee boys at At the end of your four weeks the summer playground sea
The modeling was beautifuland the YMCA Vocational Train- RanchesNews son the playground point leaders are: Sunland 152; Lincoln

graceful, and the dancingwas ing School in Jericho, were 133; Dillard 123; Walker 108; and North Fork 105.

something special. There looted."

were guests from Miami, West
By Walter Bow
Palm Beach, Georgia and alsorepresenting He said that early estimates
Ft. Lauderdale NAACP Sees
the Armed Forces indicate the cost of restoring

was a Sgt. Gray and his lovely this facility will be close to The Rev. B. L. Mack attended -

wife Mrs. Queenie Gray. $100,000, but that here were the Grand Lodge session Gov.. Kirk Offer of Youth

What really topped the even- no personal injuries, despitethe the Grand United Order of Pall
fling was the crowning "Miss extensive damage. Bearers at the Biscayne Ter-
) streeter's Beauty Box," who race Hotel last week. lIe wasa Patrol a JokeThe

was none other than the beauti- Davis pointed out that the delegate from Lodge 81, and
ful Mrs. Patricia Times who Broward Honorable Claude Kirk
Association, throughits reported a very fine session. GovernorThe
i was also the leading model. Mrs. Times will be seen throughout annual World Service pro- Sovereign State of Florida

the year. gram, assists YMCA's in Tallahassee, Florida
Everyone is invited to goon
nineteen cities in the Middle
a one-day sightseeing tour of
Madam Streeter was very indebted to Mr.CarltonTynes and East, including those on both Dear Governor Kirk:
Key West on August 12. Two
his charming wife Shirley. Mr. Tynes performed as the "MC" sides of the former dividing
buses will leave Macedonia
for the show on a moments notice and did a supherb job. gine in Jerusalem. Six YMCA Baptist Church 2201 SW 48th We note your expressed concern over recent racial develop-

Thanks again to Miss Lacy Gleen and Mrs.Charlotte Fullin staff directors from North Ave., at 6 am, and, will return ments in Newark, New Jersey and your offer to deliver Florida
who served as hostesses. America, serving in the Mid- Negroes to Newark with the objective of alleviating tensionsand
the same day. The fare is$6.00
Mr. and Mrs. Hankerson gave their daughter a "splash dle East, were also reportedsafe You call Mrs.A.O.Hen- restoring order.
birthday party" at the home of her aunt and uncle located in although the families of may
derson 983-2856 Dt. Mrs.
the Browardale section. It was her twelfth birthday and the those living in Arab countrieshad Redd, ,922-2022 Dt.; Charlie We would respectfully suggest that Negroes are individualsand

kids had a ball in the pool. to be evacuated to Athensor James, 927-2776; ; Dt. Bowe's not interchangeable. Those Negroes and whites who were
Istanbul. One North American able to influence the of
Barber Shop, 9839613. course events in Tampa did so because
t staff member, home on they were known locally as individuals, and, as residents, were
furlough when the fighting Elaine, the daughter of Mrs. intimate with its geography, its social structure, its mores.It .
broke out, was rushed back to Agnes Gomez of Nassau, and 1
Help Support Your YMCA Israel after his Immediate Hortense and Sharon, daugh- would appear naive to suggest that a group of Negroes I

services were requested, and ters of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley could barn-storm about the country quelling the fires of vio-
BY SUBSCRIBING TO special clearances arrangedfor Russell, are visiting Mr. and lence and unrest A group of strange Negroes in white hats and
his return. Mrs. W. A. Bowe of W. Holly- armbands would be more likely to be met with instant rejec-

,. 1'1' 1.... The United Nations Truce wood and Mrs. Marjorie Bow- tion than instant acceptance in a turbulent situation. Perhapsthe
tt C m IAh' Ii. llilfi Supervision Organization(UN en of 6021 NW 60thSt., Miami. folly of the well publicized injection of a group of Florida

TSO), under the direction of The Rev. V. Hepburn, pastorof Negroes into the unfamiliar riot torn byways ofthe Springfield
General Odd Bull, moved into Star of Bethlehem Baptist Avenue area .might temporarily par a 1 y z e the rioters with
i The Northwest Branch YMCA gets $1.00 from the Jerusalem, Israel YMCAon Church, W. Hollywood,and Mr. laughter, but we rather expect it would be interpreted as justth

every.. subscription sold in Broward County. June 14th and established C. Frazier spent last week in latest example of the white power structure using Negro
their temporary headquarters West Palm Beach attending against Negro.

there. Government House, 36th annual session of the Sun
.Start Your Subscription Today. their I permanent headquarters day School and BTU Congressof We would suggest that any successes in the Tampa distur-

was captured during the the Atlantic Coast Associa- bances were the result of an existing combination of factors,

Name fighting, first by the Jordanian tion. some of the more important being, the training of the Sheriff

of. .. in intergroup relations, and, the long term operations of an
Address I" i" .__'" .._ active Community Relations Board, local in nature. It is most
unlikely that the same set of factors
are duplicated in Newark
City _-.__ __.. o.I MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE nor could they be at this stage of the game. ,
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Enclose $5.00 and mail to Northwest Branch YMCA, of our Governor.
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sign send, $1.00, your name, address,place,and time of birth Mr T

to 33145.Dr. Raman Vashi, P.O. Box 231, Shenandoah Miami, Fla' ]i "",, ..


Brockton, Mass. Mr. _
YOUR HINDU SYSTEM ZODIAC SIGN READING FROM FRI- ]Raymond E. Hankerson

DAY, JULY 21 THRU JULY 27, 1967. :3041 N. W. 211th Street, was
elected today to the Presi-
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dent's Club of the Charles r

ARIES (moon sign) If nothing was bad last week perhaps all Chester Shoe Company
will be well this week. Opposition of enemies or jealous folks In announcing this honor, T

possible. You will not get the credit due you for jobs you have President Charles Chester

done for others,but love, finance,family and children are fino. Eaton, Jr. said:"Mr.Hankerson -
Do not commit to anything on the 25th or 26th. Lucky numbers is the kind of man we're
1, 10 and 11.TAURUS proud to have as our repre- FAMU RetireesTenpersons Dr. H. Manning Efferson,dean steward, University Commons -
sentative. He's a fine salesman retiring at 263 total years of administration; Mrs. EssieR. ; JohnSwllley,technicianin

(moon sign) You may buy something for a Holydayor ." of service at Florida A&M Jones, house manager, masonry; and James John-

home on the 22nd. Fine for you in all matters particularly Membership in the Presi- University were honored re- Cropper Hall; J.R.E. Lee,Jr., son, manager, FAMU laundry.
home and children. Excitement on the 24th. Windfall gains on dent's Club is an honor reserved cently at a reception on the vice president; and Mrs. Missing on the photo Is Miss

the 23rd. Lucky numbers 7, 8 and 10. for men who turn in FAMU campus. Shown, left to Frederica Barnes, staff as- Lillian H i n e s,assistant pro-
outstanding sales records as right, seated: Wesley Reed, sistant, Truth Hall. Standingare fessor of business. -- FAMU

GEMINI (moon sign) Wages normal, health of spouse not so authorized Charles Chester cook, University Commons; : Eugene Smith, assistantin staff photo by Ernest Flllyau.

good on the 26th. Travel plans change the 27th. Wait awhile representatives.Mr. -

before taking on new undertakings.: Friends helpful in your Hankerson, as owner of Paper Plant Worker; Drowns ; Vat I
trade the 24th. Children or students have excitement 22nd 'his own shoe-store in-a-

and 23rd. Lucky numbers 3, 9 and 12. catalog business, has built up, Roosevelt Brown, 35, of a 10 foot high vat filled with Sheriff's Homicide Det.

according to home office 2169 NW 57th St., was found boiling water in the paper recovery John Lewis said Brown,a fork
CANCER (moon sign) Romance or have dates on the 22nd sources, a fine record. dead early Tuesday morning plant where he work- lift operator on the plant's

and 23rd particularly favorable for the fair sex. Income,- night shift, apparently lost his t
health, business normal Students have a bad result if they ed.The body was discovered by balance and fell into the vat

make plans on the 25th and 27th. Your discontent is imagiary. NEWS FROM IN ANDAROUNDlfHTBAHAMAS his foreman at Miami Paper while attempting to dislodge a

Plan for cocktails or parties, work. Lucky numbers 1, 2, 5 Board Mills, Inc., 2941 Simp- balky paper bale he was trying
and 12.LEO. Oins Road. to dump into the water.

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(moon sign) Income good, but expenses high. I do not
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believe you can be free of the worries of others even though

they do not mean much to you.Differences with spouse. Health OUR CLASSIFIED ADS
not bad. Ladies can have pelvic or menstrual disturbances. No The Bahamas governmenthas Senior Commissioner James

lucky numbers. announced establishmentof Campbell, Out Island Com-
a n expanded Information missioner Ministry of Out Island KING RESULTS

VIRGO (moon sign) Spouse health not bad, but reduced in- Service covering official activities Affairs, to Senior Commissioner -
come. Buy new clothes the 26th or 27th.Go to parties or week- in the Bahamas. The ,
end trips on these days. Profit from old friends or maternal Premier, the Hon. L. 0. Pind-
relative. Lucky numbers 3, 4 and 10. ling, said his government is Mrs. Gloria Pinder, Clerk
conscious of the necessity ofa Grade 11, Magistrate's Court,
LIBRA(moon sign) Finance,business and trade go well. Only broad Information policy to goes to the Ministry of Communications VISIT EXPO (67

imaginary health trouble; You will spend too heavily for'dates keep other nations, especiallythe ; ,Qrmand Johnson IN MONTREAL CANADAAll
on the 22nd and 23rd if you are not careful. Spouse cooperative United States, England and I a Clerk Grade I>, in Audit ,
but you worry him too much. Lucky numbers 4, 8,10 and Canada, informed of continuing Department. Expense Tours Via Air or Bus
12. progress of the Bahamas.Mr. Cleophas Adderleyhas CONSULT
Pindling announced the nominated by the United Baha- NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU

SCORPIO (moon sign) You will find out you have judged appointment of Edward P. mian Party for the seat in the 1104 ::
spouse wrong. Believe more in your new friends and make a Doyle of Communications Affiliates house of Assembly, made Vacant NW 3d Avenue Phone: 379-8451 <

study of things before you make plans. Health and wages fine. Limited, an Interpublic by the resignation of Sir
Students can have debates or amusements with all excitementon component company, as Stafford Sands. Mr. Adderleyis
the 22nd and 23rd. Neighbors help you. Lucky numbers 2, chief of Government Informa- a leading electrician and
10 and 12.SAGGITARIUS. tion Service. owner of Adderley's Electrical Call
The Special Delivery Mail Company.He has been an. t
(moon sign) Your business plans with some Service from the Bahamas to active member of the UBP CHARLESROGERS
speculation or indecisions or trade get straightened out the the United States has been dis- since 1938.

26th or 27th. Health, finance fine. Your ambitions look up. continued The motor vessel carrying
Spouse health can be bad. Students have lots of outdoor happy Nassau boasts another native 200 Haitian I deportees from

time. No lucky numbers except those having favor able Jupiter doctor. He is Dr.Osborne Nassau back totheir homeland

can try 1, 4, 8 and 12. McCartney, son of former recently, had to return to Nas- ..... 'A 4 AT PL 1-7502 r
Customs Officer Timothy Mc- sau the next morning Protest-
Cartney and the late Cora Mc- ing their forced return to FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
CAPRICORN (moon sign) Monies and efforts are wasted on
Cartney.The Haiti, the Haitians became PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
business and
and higher wages. Health family normal. Be care-
ful of an argument with a stranger on the 26th and 27th. You young doctor receivedhis desperate, smashed hatch STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
are meeting a friend or your opposite sex on the 22nd and 23rd. training in Clinical covers and threw bottles at INSTRUMENTS.
Psychology at the Universityof the crew and police escort.No
Mother can cause irritations. Lucky numbers 10, 19 and 28.
Strassburg, France.In 1953 one was injured. The vessel
he went to St.John University, had reached the Exumas when
AQUARIUS (moon sign) What you spend this week shoppingyou
Minnesota where he was the decided to returnto
captain
earn or make up this week with a surprise. Spouse cheer-
awarded a Bachelor of Arts New Providence.
ful though recovering from a short sickness. Jolly good time
degree in N a t u r a 1 Sciences Horace Gerorge Napier, a I
with new neighbor, particularly on the 22nd and 23rd. No lucky
numbers. four years later. Jamaican employed by the Bahamas -
Among new government Cement Company, at
appointments are Gerald D. Grand Bahama told v
: Freeport, ,
PISCES (moon sign) Take care of your health and the healthof
Collet, Solicitor General,to be the court that his wife had told
your spouse who could be emotionally disturbed a possi-
A11 o r n e General him that she
acting ; saw some drapesin
bility of this the 23rd or 24th. You could have bad arguments
Frank Barlett Control Of- a house Drake
on Ave.
extinct ,
about your holiday plans. Jupiter becomes on the 26th
ficer, Civil Aviation Depart- which she wanted. He told her C
this can bring home liabilities, also irritations from friendsor
ment, promoted to Operations he would get them for her.
neighbors. Health and finance not easy. Students can planto
Officer D.H.JonesOutIs- Napier went to make his
good I
travel this 22nd and 23rd. Lucky numbers 2, 8, 12 and 18. ;
land Commissioner, Ministry promise on June 20, but got
of Out Island Affairs, Senior nothing. He was caught and was

Commissioner; Miss Shirley charged with housebreaking. I ..
FURNITURE s
PROTECT HIDING YOUR ITS BEAUTYI Hanna, Clerk Grade II, Minis- He was fined $300 with an alternative -
WITHOUT MADE try of Out Island Affairs, to of 100 days in prison.
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'. Serving Youth, Adults And The CommunityThe

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Carver Y.M.C.A. Sum- Mr. Hall attempting teach ving the children in Choral and individually. In the next ennance the other phases of the Recreational intra and extra
mer Program has been In pro- the younger generation some Speaking and the fundamentalsof few days will begin working on program. activities are under the lead
pass for three weeks. ,Mr. of the finer arts,that normally Activity. He is trying to develop their culminating activity, The new equipment that has ership of Mr. Allen Blondell,
Raymon Thornton, who is the children haven't that chanceto togetherness among the which will be a dance recital.Mr. been added includes Potter's Shirley Boddie, Jeneva Jones,
director of the Carver YMCA participate in or experience. students, pride, loyalty, and Leroy Daniels and Mr. Wheel and a complete setupfor Rufus Pace James Dally,
and his staff have worked de- He feels that this program will truth. Walter Mitchell, are both instructing photography. With the ad-
ligently in organizing this pro- be most beneficial to these At the end of the session a the Arts and Crafts dition of this equipment,Cera- Gregory Blantly. Their O'Rourke job,is and to Elijah
gram. They have endeavoredand children and perhaps some day program will be given to dis- area. They are engaged in a mics and photography can be vide activities for leadershipto pro-
succeeded in making this in life they will learn to appreciate play what has been accomplished flexible type program that will considered as regular phasesof all of the 250 children the
the' finest program available and explore. in the course. provide for and meet the needsof our program.In .
to (the children of the commun- the children enrolled this order to promote, arouse Carver YMCA. The activities
ity. The program also includes Miss Edith Williams,who is summer. The main objectiveof and encourage a sense of creativity range from group games;Car-
,I Instrumental Music, which is the instructor for Creative and the program is to have the within the child, the fol- ron pool, pool, knouk houkey,
instructed Mr. Robert Modern Dancing, is trying to children bingo, horseshoes, dominpes,
:' There are approximately 250 by develop the ability to lowing type activities are being
I children attending Carver's Thomas. Mr. Thomas feels expose and help each student set a goal of achievement.with- provided; Drawing and quiet-dual games Chess,puzzles -
4 Day Camp program, and they that there are needs to be fulfilled appreciate the different styles in reach and continually strive painting, ceramics, silk- tennis, darts checkers, table
are constantly receiving and he is doing his bestin and techniques of dance. toward it.Every screening, photography, teter ball,team games;
more. fulfilling these needs. He is The main ob jective is to help attempt is being madeto enameling, sculpture, cooper, Fooball, basketball, volley-
helping the children to explore each student move more make this summer the most embossing Mosaics, wood ball; to swimming which is
t Mr. Thornton and staff have their individual t talents and gracefully and to express him- educational rewarding exper- cuts and leather crafts. done daily.
e designed a well-rounded program 'each child's potential to the self creativey through move- ience in the lives of the child- We believe that the pride of Parents and children, you
\ '' for children from the highest. ments. This objective is being ren involved. New equipmenthas accomplishment lays the foundation may call today in order to join
\ ages of seven to fourteen. The Also there is Creative Dan- accomplished with the additionsof been obtained to insure for overwhelming results our programs. The Day Camp I,
program consists of Fencing, cing, Arts, Crafts and Drama.Mr. various types of music. that this program will not be in the field of art and hope begins at 900am.: to 00p.m..
Judo and Karate, which is instructed Clarence'Brown who is They are now expressing interpretative just another fun of the mill, t"vj, *_i uw M.. .in_ connaence___ I"__ as aoll-. _. Monday thru Friday.TilE .
A by Mr. William Hall. the Drama Instructor is invol- moods as a group but one that will compliment: sties strengthen. Photos
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[ wit h. Florida Athletic Coaches ASS'R
Spearing ........ I

a j I To Honor Bonnie MooreThe


Florida Athletic
BPOmlBY Coaches Association has named
Miami Jackson track coach
Bennie Moore "Track Coachof
the Year 1967." Moore will
HARRY SPEAR
receive his trophy at the As-

ij BOWLING TOURNAMENT OF THE AMERICASMiami's sociation Awards Banquet at
the of In
University Florida
; fifth annual Bowling Tournament of the Americasruns
July 25-30, under Lee Evans, executive tournament di- Gainesville on August 4th.
rector. ---- -
The soft spoken coach who
Co-sponsored annually by the city of Miami and Metropolitan MIAMI TIMES
has a way with boys compileda
Dade County, the colorful international
event again will
fantastic track record at Mi-
be at the 50-lane Cloverleaf Center 17601
NW 2 Ave. ami Northwestern before
Featuring champion bowlers from 25 Western Hemispherelands w

last year, the tournament became the largest interna- i moving over to Jackson last r
tional event of its type in the world. Participation by at leastan i year. He continued his
a' &
equal number of countries and territories is ecpected this .r.t .J; mastery over track rivals and championship, first time la

year. : ;: ended up winning 1 the state history for Jackson. I
Admission, parking and programs will be all free during the
tournament at Cloverleaf. I'--
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HOW MARLINS GENERAL MANAGER STARTED Local Girl Track Stars Honored .

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Bill Durney, Jr., the new General Manager of the Miami { Barbara Williams, 17, and ,of 18-10 1/2, and' Miss Tinker
Marlins, is Just 23 years old but he's been in baseball all of Joyce Tinker, 14, on Tuesday re-injured her leg and was
his life. Bill's dad, the president of the Miami entry in the D ; # : received from Metro Mayor scratched from the finals of
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Florida State League, has been in baseball for 37 years. Chuck Hall certificates of the 100 meters.
The younger Durney has performed practically all duties J>tKVlCE FIRST INSURANCE AGENCY merit for their performances The girls were sponsored

around ball parks since he was about 10 years of age. Each Miami Times Service Firstin in the AAU track champion- the Miami Run For Fun Club: ,
year, while his dad was road secretary major league clubs vs ships at Santa Barbara, Cal., but had to finance their own
Bill Jr., was a regular at spring training each year. It was no two weeks ago. trip and expenses. Private Individuals -
wonder that he turned out to be quite a ball player during Little Little League ChampionshipThe are in the processof
League, high school, and later as a pitcher for the University- Miss Williams finished planning a benefit to reim-
of Notre Dame. Although several ball clubs were interestedin Miami Times and Ser- downfall were the departure of third in the long Jump a leap burse the girls. '

signing Durney,he turned the offers down in favor of a busi- vice First Insurance Little their coach, Mr. Collowayandthe
League teams will battle in second half of
ness career and marriage. a eligibility
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Bill, Jr. makes his home inBal Harbour,and is the father of best-of three games series to Michael Jones and Earnest Wills Unhappy At

two young sons. Robert, age 2, and William the thrid, who is determine the central Miami Johnson.
a year younger. Little League championship, The most improved team Shift To Third? I

From the looks of things the Durney name will be around July 25, 7:30 p.m. at Manor during the second half was answered
Former National League curtly:
Park. Range Funeral Home. This
baseball for many years to come. All-Star shortstop Maury "Don't bug me like that! "
The Marlins have a rough schedule ahead in the next weekor The Miami Times finishedthe young team, coached by John Wills of the Pittsburgh Pirateshas Concerning his adjustmentto
so. They play the league leading Orlando team four games, season with a 10-4 recordas Cordle, won 6 out of 8 games given indications that he third, the former Dodger
two away and two at home.These are they that will count. With compared to Service First during the second half. is unhappy at his shift to third star explained the difference
the injuries they may have tough sailing the latest injury is to (10-5)) record. The league is expected to base with the Bucs, accordingto between the positions. "The
receive their charter 25
left fielder Jimmie Williams who received July ,
dislocated shoulder
a
interview in ball comes off the bat quicker -
Earl's Market slumped to which will make them the first an appearing
and is out for the season. fourth place Just when they ap- little league team in Miami to the current issue of Sport ," says Maury. "It's your

MARLINS SCHEDULE peared to be unbeatable.Someof be affiliated in the National Magazine.The initial movement that's im-
the deciding factors in the Organization. Interviewer, sports- portant. You don't have to be
writer Jerome Holtzman,ask- fast, but you must be quick."
Tuesday and Wednesday, July 25th 26th, Marlins vs. Or- ed Wills if he thought his new Wills also feels the shift will

lando. County's Palmetto Golf teammate, Gene Alley was the help his hitting. "At third,
best defensive shortstop in the there isn't that much exertion.
SOCCER TO CARRY ON IN MIAMIA league last season."I Shortstop takes a lot more out
Course Opens FridayMayor was a shortstop last of you."

major change has been madein the-plans for the 7th Inter- xear," answered Wills. "Why
american Soccer Tournament with announcement that the Chuck Hall and mem- been popular with South Dade should you ask a question like Did he think he would last
Chicago "Mustangs" in the six game round-robin play. bers of the Dade County Commission golfers. that?" longer as a third baseman? "I

The announcement was made today by Julio Moreira,direc- will join with local The Palmetto Golf Course When Holtzman suggestedthat don't look at it that way,"con-
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tor of the tournament, that the Chicago soccer interests were golf pros, celebrities, mem- located at South Dixie High- Wills might still be play- cludes Wills in th Sport arti-
so impressed with the Miami bers of the radio and if he had been cle. "I for
area's desire to create inter- press, way and Coral Reef DriveSW prig shortstop can play as long as
national good will that they offered to participated series TV and invited guests In dedicating 152nd St.), is a complete recreational traded to another team, Wills I want to play, anyhow."
here. Metropolltlan Dade
facility that includes -
County's newly acquired Pal- a swimming pool driving NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
The new game schedule with all games being held at 8 p.m. metto Golf Course at 10 am -
in Curtis Park. 20th Street and NW 24th Avenue is as follows: Friday (July 21). range, pro shop, restau- NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU
rant and
Saturday, July 22, Peru Vs. Chicago (USA). Friday, July 28,1 lounge. COOKS BUSBOYS
Following the ceremonieson The fees will be
greens
(Double Header)-Ecuador vs.Chicago and Columbia vs. Peru. DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
the first tee the will the
group $2.50 during summer
Sunday, July 30, (Double Header)- Chicago vs. Colombia and STATION DRIVERS
participate in a "shotgun"tournament. months and 3.50 during the ..
Ecuador
vs Peru. peak winter season. HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID

Despite professional particiaption the former ticket pricesof Palmetto, recently purchased Mayor Hall will open the A-l Employment Service

$2 for adults and $1 for children has been retained. Tickets by the county from dedication ceremonies and Over 20 Years S.rvlc. in Miami
for the two double header nights are being sold at the same Porter-Wagor-Russell, Inc. area pro Bob Toski will intro-
t price as for a single game.Special discount coupons are avail- for $1,288,500, will be re- duce other professionals who 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
able now for both adult and childrens' admission at all Drug op e n e d to the public by the will play In the Inaugural tour- 534 N. Miami Avenue 379.8382

Mutual Stores in South Florida. Tickets will be on sale at the Dade County t Parks and Re- nament, which will be based on
gate the night of each game. creation Department on Wed- the Peoria Handicap System.The .
nesday (July 19) and becomesthe
While the famed Chicago team will represent the US, three first county-owned 18-hole course will be closed Don't Fail To See....
major Latin-American teams are sending aggregations of their golf course. The county owns for regular play Friday until
best talent. Peru will have its top professional team, Porvenir two nine-hole courses,Haul- the dedication ceremonies are
Miraflores; Ecuador will be represented by Agremiation of over and Greynolds. completed.
FACE
Ecuadorian Soccer Ball Players and Colombia willbe sending "THE NAKED
a composit team selected from Bogota's top players. Designed by golf course architect Following the tournament,
Dick Wilson,and com- Commissioner LewWhitworth

GRAMBLI NG PLACES 11 PROS pleted in December 1960, the will present trophies and OF POVERTY"AN
6,669 yard, par-71 course has prizes to the winners. .

Little Grambling College in Louisana has been the most pro- EOPI DOCUMENTARY
lific college producer of American Football players accordingto

United Press International. Tuesday August 8

White 153 colleges and universities are represented on the ,

AFL's current veteran rosters, Grambling leads the list with Miami Times 9:30 to 10:30: P.M.
11 pro players, one more than big Michigan State and Southern 6530 NW 15th Avenue
California. Channel 2
Miami, Florida 33147 -

Auburn, with nine, and LouisianaState, MiamiFla.and the
University of Tennessee with eight each,were next In line. Dear Sir : SEE ALL THE VARIOUS EOPI OPERATIONS

Memphis State, Mississippi State, Notre Dame and San Diego HEAR A PANEL DISCUSSION FEATURING:
State have seven each; Arkansas, Baylor, Florida At M, Flor- Enclosed please find the sum of $-
ida State Minnesota and Wisconsin six each.
to cover the cost of a._subscription to RICHARD WEATHERLEYEOPI

The Big Ten led the conferences with 45 AFL players, fol- the Miami Times. Executive DirectorDR.
lowed by the Southeastern with 44, the Southwest with 31 and
the Southwestern (of which Grambling Is a member) and the H. FRANKLIN WILLIAMS
Mail Paper To Board of
Pacific Coast 27 each. President EOPI Directors
Address_____

City_._, _. State Zip Code_
The Grambling players listed by UPI include J. D. Garrett SAMUEL MONCUR

(Boston), Goldie Sellers and Nemiah Wilson (Denver), Ernie One Yr. $5.00 ( ) Neighborhood Services Coordinator
Garland Boyette and Sammie TaylorHouston),Buck Buchanan
(Kansas City), Alphonse Dotson(Miami), Willie Williams and a
Willie Brown (Oakland) and Jim Griffin (San Diego).




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can be bought with as little as $2,500 down.
Live free in one apartment and collectincom e
from the others. These are all modern, CBS building *
CONDIMINIUM FOR SALE s in best neighborhoods. No red tape.
Lincoln Fields Apartments l
1 bedroom Miami Beach. 8001 Ave.
on Byron : SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
2045 NW 62nd STREET Apt. 4B. 2 blocks from ocean. Owner must go I Pretty 2 bedroom CBS in Bunch. Perk, 16135 NW
North. Sacrifice below cost. Condim'nium; almost : "NW 20th Ave. This home Is like new Inside andlout.
Enjoy Living in Our Cool, Clean Apartments brand new. 1 bedroom, bath, wall/wall Has awnings, awning -windows and large

Offering Many Features carpeting, drapes, built-in kitchen, walk-in : fenced yard. Bargain at $8,500, $300 down and'
closets, elevator, walk to beach, buses, shop- $52.60 month, FHA. Vacant, wehave keys. ,,
FREE GAS FREE CITY WATER ping. Maintenance $20 mo. Will be sold furn.or \

Tile Bathroom unfurn. Call for appt.: NO
Free Garbage Disposal RED TAPE NO QUALIFYING

Newly Painted Refrigerator Gas Stove 864-4296 A better 2 bedroom frame asbestos shinglehouse,
Washing Machines Venetian Blinds front porch, awnings, stove and refrigerator On
Free Parking Laundry Rooms 60th St. near 30th Ave. Bargain at $9.000 with
Auto hot Water Heater $750 down and $75 month. Move right in.


CARETAKERS ON PREMISES SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS: .

Weekly Rates: Extra large deluxe house on 2 lots. Tile roof,
Inc. awnings, very large rooms, large kitchen, home
$16.00 1 bedroom $20.00 2 bedroom King Realty furniture, stove and refrigerator, 2 baths, Won -
Renting Office open Every Day Phone: OX 1.8862 ', derful location. A better 2 bedroom house at
) $14,500 FHA with $450 down and $90 month
of MiamiRedllors

NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN

i Like new 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, large formica .
Homes For Sale built-in kitchen, jalousie windows, awnings,
;as wall heat. Beauty for $13,750, $1,000 down
WATERFRONT and take over FHA payments, $90 mo. pays all.
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 9430 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE

((1)) 16301 NW 19th Ave.$250 down. $70 mo. 3 bedroom, Fla room, air cond., stove, awnings, car- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

((2)) 3075 NW 69th St.$300 down. $81 mo. port. $500 down FHA. Like new small duplex at 2020 NW 98th Street.
1941 NW 88 STREET Freshly painted Inside and out, jaoousie win
((3)) 542 NW 41st St. $300 down. $78 mo. Large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, carport, $450 '" dews, large lot. You can live free as the income,
down FHA. .t, from the other side will make the payment.'Price
((4)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down. $73 mo. '
\ $11,000 with $350 down and $73.09 month, FHAT, ,
1053 NW 85 STREET' "
((5)) 2401 NW 151st St.3 bedroom, $300 down
2 bedroom, terrazzo floors, appliances, carport, prime NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN
((6)) 1320 NW 39th St. $100 down, $22 wk. area. $450 down FHA. Modern deluxe CBS Right }In Manor Park. Fla
room, garage, tile roof, enclosed front porch, cor'I
((7)) 3274 NW 68th St. $50 down. $20 wk. 2161 NW 100 STREET port, carpeting, fenced yard, awnings, jalousie I j
r Almost new, 2 bedroom, custom-built, double carport, windows, fireplace. Price $13,000, $1,000 down ;
((8)) 4612 NW 16th Ave. Duplex. $7,000 double carport. $350 down FHA. take over FHA payments, $105 month pays all. '

total price. ..,... .
((9)) 4112 NW 11th Ct. 1 bedroom house. NO QUALIFYING HOMES w, t:: '" '*
"
$50 down. 2001 MW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom, fenced, awn- ,ft:'. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES ---: :':' ,,* ;,
((10)) 3150 NW 56th St. 3 bedroom. $100 dn. ings. $54 month pays all. :YOU, CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOME'f''OR'': "
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
I FOR RENT INCOME PROPERTY DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY ;
1861 NW 42nd St. Almost new, 1 bedroom dup t
4023 NW 20th Ct. 1 bed. house. $20 wk. lex, FHA terms. WE HAVE INCOME. PROPERTIES, T00(. ;
4612 NW 16th Ave. 2 bed. duplex. $25 wk :'""",,' '" !
559 NW 58th St. 1 bed. house. $18 wk. 2377 NW 95th Terrace. Gorgeous custombuilt
duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge
3274 NW 68th St. 1 bed. house. $21 wk. closets. years new.
.561 NW 58th St. 2 bed. house. $22 wk. REALTYBROKER

HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE
WE ARRANGE ALL FINANCING !
SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS
VETERANS PAY ONLY $100 DOWN 4932 NW 7th ;
BEINGDISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA Ave.
'1 MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS,VETERANS.CALL
( FORD REAITYJHC. Broker TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A PL 9-4371 ;

3639 N.W. 15th Avenue* 6354595 PHONE CALL AWAY. Open Evenings Sundays i
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A&M Looking For Record EnrollmentIn

CLASSIFIED I
ADS

I Spite of Merger Talk -40

15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 5C FOR
ADDITIONAL WORD. TALLAHASSEE FloridaA laureate vocational-technical role and scope of Florida

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON & M University is forgingand programs that have been es- A & M.

looking forwardtoarecord tablished to meet the needs of
SALE Dr. Gore said that at the
FOR FOR SALE FOR SALE enrollment for the fall students and to train personnelfor present time all institutions

Free rent plus income. Invest 251 NE 46th Street Duplex. 2784 NW 56th Street. quarter in spite of reports thata teaching in the community primarily for Negro studentsare
In floe No qualifying, CBS, 3 bedroom 8000. 811 NW 69th Street. with Florida State J Junior college vocational-
In a new duplex. 2 bath, tile roof, oak merger at the crossroads and are
locations. The price is right! floors, garage, stove, refri- Telephone 8839. : 696-4730 or 624- University is inevitable.Commenting technical programs." finding it necessary to rede-

235-2958. (TF) gerator, air cond. total on the reports
is The reports of a merger of fine their policies.He .
16500. Excellent terms to 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, during a meeting of all univer- the two state- supported uni- pointed out that the com-
suit
Attention! Lawyers, doctorsand you. call right now. double lot, separate diningroom sity employees, Dr.George W. versities located in Tallahassee mission on Education Oppor-
Aetna
Realty (Broker), 811 $17,500, FHA or con-
nurses. 9 unit 1 storybldg. NW 54th St., Phone: 757-5724. ventional finance could be Gore Jr., president of Florida c a m e from a subcom- tunities in the South and the

u below N. E. 79th Street and Open 7 days. arranged. Drive by 5901 NW A&M, said, "The 1967 Legis- mittee report made to the State Southern Regional Education

Bis. Blvd. Bus on corner. 9 ----- 5th Ave. Then call Fenster lature is not in any way Inter- House of Representatives by Board are making studies to

bedroom, 2 baths, plus apt., 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Realty, Broker PL 98779.If fering with the autonomy of the Robert Graham, D-Miami, assist these institutions to
carpeted, can be professiolal No qualifying for this CBS -------- institution or setting a date for Dade County. work towards more functional
beauty. Live on an estate. you are selling your hometo its termination."
building, convalescent home. Lot size 100x140, fully fenced, urban renewal or express- Rep. Graham told an audience goals.
$28,900. Owner 758-7072 or living room and dining room wr have a good deal f 0 The FAMU president quipped of alumni, faculty, and "They are interested in ..

947-6848. are tremendous, this home is way, we have a good deal for a joke once accosted Mark students at FAMU that the sub- seeing that Negro students in

fully wall to wall carpet, thaIs i you. 2 houses on one lot. Twain by a neighbor who said committee's report did not the South have equal educa-

No Closing Cost beautiful with kitchen all modern 3221 NW 11th Place. Front, 3 that he had heard that he had reach the floor of the house and tional opportunity," he said.
stove and refrigerator. bedroom, l'/j bath and 1 bed-
Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, passed on to the Great Beyond.
Double carporte, with room rear. Drive by then call that no target date had been set "And immediate steps shall
CBS Fla room, carport, hard- huge utility All this for With his dry wit, Mark Twain be taken to
for
wood floors, FHA $11,500, room. Fenster Realty, Broker PL 9- a merger of the two universities help Negro college
$17,600 only down and looked at him and said "Sir
$350 down, $71 month. Vet- $4,600 8779. Several legislators students overcome the handi-
$109 month pays all. YOU must the report of death has been
my
-
-- of educational
erans or displaced persons expressed an interest in Flor- caps disadvan-
see this home. We consider it "
$100 down. Atlantic & Pacific Reasonable. Beauty Shop. greatly exaggerated ida A&M and admitted thatthe tage and cultural deprivation.
the best buy on the market Little River Call: 691-4021.
Realty 666-0411. Dr. Gore pointed out the role
today, first time offered. It ---- University is playing a vital "Long-range plans shall be
won't last.A. Ben-Kori, Real- House. Richmond Hgts. 6 and scope of Florida A&M as role and is needed in the State devised to foster the evolutionof
R-l Lot. 75x105. City water, tor, 612 Nw 60th St. Call any- rooms, 3 bedrooms, 1 large set forth in the latest Master University System of Florida. the historical dual systemof
NW 104th Terr Mature fruit time. 751-2243. utility room, fenced. $12,900. Plan of the Board of Regentsis
Florida A&M is no longer higher education into a sin-
trees, near school, shoppingand ----- $400 down. $90 mo. FllMar- as follows
bus lines. Cash or terms. 1380 Little River Drive Dan Associates, 1698 Coral : Univer- segregated. Both the facultyand gle system serving all students -
"The Florida A&M
$2900. 691-8348. (Jul 21) Open Sunday 3 '0 6, 3 bed- Way. HI 5-2557. student body have been integrated All types of educational
includes
and
room, 2 bath CBS on the canal ---- sity presently for several years. resources, Including traditionally -
--. with beautiful grounds, FHA House. NW section. FHA, shall continue in the period The enrollment of non-Negro Negro colleges and

Home and income. Live rent terms $19,000with down, $400 down. $11,000. $90 mo. 1965-1975 to include the fol- students is on the Increase.All universities, shall be engaged
.
free. 2 CBS beauties on 1 lot, this is charming and a wonderful Mar-Dan Associates, 1698 lowing undergraduate degree- .....
into this
Coral phases of the curriculm massive efort to
the canal. Way, HI 5-2557.
front house,2 bedroom, 1 bath, buy on no
granting schools and colleges:
and instruction are being achieve quality of educational
--
closing costs, stove and refrigerator -
Fla room, carporte, awnings Agriculture and Home Econo- '
R' '.ouse, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, garbage disposal, FOR RENT strengthened and ai'e being upgraded opportunity.
Fla room, furn., on large lot. indirect lighting. A.Ben-Kori, mics, Arts and Sciences, Edu- where needed to the Florida A&M University's

FIR $15,500 $500 down. $96 Realtor,612 NW 60th St.,Call Room for nice person in a nice cation, including Health level of the other universitiesin 80 years of tradition and ser-

month. Atlantic & Pacific anytime, 751-2243. 1 location.I Bus service and and Physical Education! Nurs- the State System. vice to the United ;State and
-M--- shopping center. Reasonable
Realtors 6660411.SR sub-bacca-
ing Pharmacy,
The Board of Regents' Mas- State of Florida and,4itspresi-
5 Unit CBS Apt. price. In very nice quiet home. /
22's FILED $4,000 cash down, too this HI 3-7514 FOR-RENT-- ter Plan will be rewritten and predict that it will last for man;

money maker. All fum. per Inventory revised during 1967-69andthe predict that it will last for
Save $ E-Z terms Auto 6 new large bedroom apts. 750
separate utility, met- Room in private home. 634-4313,'' FAMU faculty and staff will be many years yet to come as a
Home Life. Able Insurance NW 70th St. Adults. Monthly
ers, all apts. rented. This is consulted concerning the plan separate autonomous institu-
Agency, Phone: 757-5842, 811 is a good buy. Total price is Nice 1 bedroom CBS duplex. rental. 444-3673, 446-7574. and the tion.
especially concerning
NW 54th Street. Open 7 days. $24,000, no qualifying. Thisis $19 wk. Deposit required. HELP WANTED

a CBS building, in very Liberty Rental Agency, 2020
Two dwellings. NW 6th Place, good neighborhood, good ren- NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. EXPERIENCED ONLY MALE
HELP WANTED
Miami Lots 9 and 10 Block tal area. 2 each, 2 bedroom, 2 Salesman. Top commission.
14, NW 7th Avenue addition. each 1 bedroom and one very 2 furn. rooms in private home. Excellent opportunity for right FLEET SERVICE DRIVER
large efficiency. A. Ben-Kori Cooking facilities. Lib
Price: $12,000. Brokers pro- City man. Call 661-0632.
tected. Call Carl T. Hoffman, Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call area. 2125 N1 64th Street. ------- Experierced Truck Tire Changer

owner, phone: 757-521UA 4) anytime, 751-2243. 758-8128. Beauty Operator. Experiencedin Immediate Opening
----- wig styling preferable. Call
4 Bedroom 2 Bath Pool 3 Bedroom Beauty Room in private home. A work- PL 1-9413. Average $100 weekly or better
Magnificent CBS, almost new, total for this 3 bed- sober
$16,000 ing man. 634-9654. ---
With excellent benefits hos-
oversize rooms, Fla room, car- room, 2 bath beauty, CBS, in ----- School teachers and college fringe Including

port, stove, refrigerator, wallto beautiful area, modem kit- Room in private home. 1430 students over 21. Earn money pitalization.
wall carpets, workshop chen, carpet.Air conditioning. NW 68th strait.A over vacation. Will train. Zib- APPLY:
pantry, sprinkler system, Sprinkler system, qualify for ----
fenced pool and patio area bank loan. Wonderful for doc very nice furn. efficiency. ler Taxi Cab Co. FR 4-6121. NORTON TIRE CO.

and much more. FHA $18,500, tor. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 1756 NW 85th St. Will meet July 28 5300 NW 27th AVE.

no closing costs. Downpay- NW 60th St. Call anytime, you at this address. Call 691- MISCELLANEOUS
ment$800 (Vets $500). Monthly 751-2243. 2650. Mrs. Rountree.
$113.53. If you "Really"want SEWING MACHINE REPAIR.
the best. Call Aetn a Unfum., 2 bedroom duplex. Clean, oil and adjust your
Realty, Broker, 811 NW 54th Absolutely Gorgeous!) Freshly painted. 2752 NW sewing machine, regardless of

Street, Phone:757-5724. Open No Qualifying 60th gt.Refrigerator and stove make, model, console or port-
7 days. No Closing Costs furn. $90 per month. References able. Experienced all makes:
3 bedroom, Fla room, CBS required. Call owner OX ginger, Phaff, Necchi, Ken- EDISON I Specials

720 NW 53rd Street stove,refrigerator, well, pump, 6-2392. more,westinghouseElnaAtlaa

No qualiCying.Huge 4 bedroom, drapes, carpets, some furni Kingston, Dressmaker, Morse,
2 bath, extra vacant lot, garage, ture. $12,900 total price. Fum. efficiency. $17 week. Brother, etc. $1.50 plus parts,
completely fenced, stove, refrigerator Spotless. Compare this to any- Call 759-2214. 824 NW 76thSt. if necessary. All work donein .-.'

air cond.,plus 1 lot soC thing you have seen. Call: Ann Tardanek. your home., 945-8402. OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
furniture, total $12,500. Park Manor Realty, Broker
$1,500 down. Good monthly 666 NW 128th St. 751-8295 Lovely efficiency for 1 person. SPIRITUAL MEETING 130 NW 68 STREET,

terms. You must see today. $20. NE 5-5566. Nead a blessing? Call for
Refrigerator. Kelvinator. Ex- 4 bedroom, plus Fla room. CBS, tile roof. Only $14,700
Aetna Realty, Broker, 811 NW
54th St., Phone: 757-5724. cellent' working condition. Sell New 2 bedroom apt. at 1190 information, 759-0707. total.price. FHA terms. $350 down. Nice lot, 68x110.

--- for $18. Call 691-1503. NW 12th Ave. Adults only. Half block tc bus. Near all schools.
Home Business Income Phone: 444-3673.
Buy of a lifetime. By owner. ---
All CBStopclose-inlocation, No qualifying $600 Dn.

over 3,000 sq. ft., two 2 bedroom No qualifying. Gorgeous. Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22. Vacant Move Right I In CALL EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING
apartments, C-5 zoning $17,500 4 bedroom, 2 bath,
CBS, 1 bedroi-Ti, apt. $17.50. 1457 NW 50th Street
1500 sq. ft. for business garage, central heat,many ex- bedroom PROPERTIES
paved parking. Get all the de- tras. On corner lot. $1,000 apt. $14. Open 25 Sunday
((1)) No qualifying. $830 down. FHA
tails today Aetna Realty, buys our equity. 514%mortgage, Small, bedroom, duplex. $19 Lovely CBS, Fla room, enclosed already placed.Off .
(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street balance $12,000. $100 mo. CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. 7th Ave. In 40's. $90 mo. pays everything.CBS .
Phone:757-5724.Open 7 days. pays all. 4041 NW 198th St., Deposit Required garage tile roofgarage.

Carol City. Liberty Rental Agency 2020 $350 Down FHA ((2)) CBS dUDI...T.rrauo floors.$400 down FHA.Near
1601 NW 93rd Street 1880 NW 55th Street 5th Ave. in 60's. No closing cost.
NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
No qualifying. CBS, 2 bed- 2 lots in Opa-locka.Zoned for Lovely 2 bedroom, CBS, ((3)) $66.78 mo. pays everything. No qualifying. FHA
tile roof floors, business. Call NA 4-6078.
room, oa mortgage already placed. Takes $1500 down. 3
jalousie porch.
stove, refrigerator, carpets, ..
total down. bedroom CBS. Near 17th Ave. in 80's. -
$13 500
Move today. -- Aetna$1.000 Realty, Modem CBS duplex, 6940.42 OPENING SOON Big Beautiful Duplex ((4)) No qualifying, lovely corner, CBS home. Beautiful

(Broker), 811 NW 54th St., NW 5th Ave., 1 bedroom apt; SNYDER'SBARBERSHOP 2390 NW 95th Terrace modem kitchen. FHA already placed. Near 17th

Phone:757-5724. Open days. II vein one, rent other. $1400 downLive rent free Ave. in 90's.

$13,500 $800 down. $116 per double lot. ((5)) 3 bedroom CBS. Terrazzo floors, air cond., wall to
1779 NW 93rd Street month pays all. For Informa- 6711 NW 15th Avenue Big corner wall carpeting, $12,500 total. Bank financing avail
FHA $8,000.Cute home, ideal tion call 443-8804. Open Sun- ALLAPATTAH REALTY,
able. 9th Ave. & 83rd St.
David Snyder Prop.
for man and wife, carporte, day. 10 to 4. REALTORS
stove refrigerator, only $250 Andrew Stroman, ((6)) Large clean home with beautiful swimming pool l

down, no closing costs. $80 No Closing Cost Barber 633-0426 and2 Fla.rooms and 2 reverie eye!U olrcOIIdltlO lera.

monthly 15 pays mortgage everything.FHA, be first. Modem 2 bedroom 1 bath, CBSex Also has cottage. 2 I lots, 100x100. $15,500 total.
year
be
Fla room, may
large
-
Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW
used as 3rd bedroom, enclosed WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
54th Phone 757-5724.
St., :
tile roof hard-
porch, carport, ,
Open 7 days. wood floor on large corner SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .

---- lot. FHA $13,500, $450 down, CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
3 Bedroom 2 Bath $83 month. Veterans or displaced SPECIAL"Cleoned $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
CBS corner, 98x100 lot, car In Your Home
port, completely fenced, persons $100down. At- & Oiled DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
lantic & Pacific Realtors,
sprinkler system, patio cen- 666-0411. *Adjust Tensions OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
tral heat built-in kitchen, total
_..... Total Cost .
15500.NO closing costs. :----- Free Needle 8 Belt 1150 .R

monthly Downpayment$96.21.$500(See Vets today.$200). NW Open 88th Sunday St.3 bedroom 1-6 p.m.,2 bath 1220, Check all Wiring All Makes IDlSOl :RImy KeaffPts175fm >

Aetna Realty, (Broker), 811 CBS, carport, wall to wall 1 Year Guarantee & Models

NW 54th .t., phone 7575724. carpet, built-in range-oven,
--.--- large lot, in choice area BROWARD CALL ( 62nd Sf.. 751.2441THE .

35 HP Boat motor like new. $14,000 down payment or COLLECT 634-6242

Only $125. See it Saturday, $1,000 for veterans. Fenster . '
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779.
Aug., 19 at 2639 NW 68th St.-



24 THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday July 24 1967


I Negroes "No Better Off" With Right To Vote? C GOSPEL LORD Usher C'S PROGRAMThe Board of Kelly's


u. in Chapel Methodist Church will
New York. .. A former image of an American society And of course they got none of to fulfill his needs. "We have munity has become strong present the C Lord C's, the
member of all free and these. to build a broad-based black itself, "the rules of the game
the Student Nonvio- where men equal, decide famous Gospel Singers of lent Coordinating Committee she said. "We had worked feverishlyto consciousness so that we can may change; society with may and radio, Sunday, July
that it can live us on
charged this week in Redbook Mrs. Smith who was raisedin qualify under objective begin to depend on one another decide 23, at 8:00 p.m.,at the church.
magazine that the right to vote the North and is a Phi Beta standards for our rights onlyto for economic, political and equal terms. It may even 7105 NW 15th Avenue.
leaves the Negro "no better Kappa graduate of Howard learn that these rights are social support. We have to to join hands with us to The public is cordially invited -
off than he was before, be- University, said that at one arbitrarily conferred by thosein build our own businesses to build a country where all of us", to come and have a hal-
cause "the link between vot- time she believed that American power ... Negroes were in establish foundations to sup- white and blact:' can live. lelujah shouting and spiritual
ing and partaking of the bene- society was sincere in its fact, not basically better off port our own new educationaland Mrs. Smith and her husband, good time as these soul stir-

fits of society exists at the promise tq "correct the oppressed with this new right (to vote) social ventures. Frank, currently operatea and ring singers pour out the gos
pleasure of society." condition of the Ne- than they had been before;they "We have to make our politicians household janitorial goods supplies store in pel in song.
Describing the American gro people." However, as she were still poor and withoutthe responsible to us so and Mrs. N. Tyson, is chairmanMrs.
Greenville
image of a society of free men became more involved in power to direct their own that either they improve our Mississippi, Mildred Ambrose, pre-
to
develop an economic
as a"Joke," Mrs. FrankSmithof working for civil rights lives." communities or they go. Liv- are hoping base for the com- sident and Rev. L.L. Dean, is
Greenville, Mississippi through SNCC and the poverty Mrs. Smith said that since ing, growing communitiesmust Negro the pastor.
said there is"no roominAm- program, she realized that the society is not willing to respond be tackled," declared munity there. They are also

..... erican society for most black Negro "had been lied to." to the legimate needsof Mrs. Smith. tional working to establish and a voca-
v people." She called upon Ne- The southern Negroes who the Negro, he must turn inward Although she expressed the training literacy
groes to build "strong black xought so hard for the right to to the black communityBids belief that after the black com- program, according to Red- BIDS BEING ACCEPTED

communities" in order that vote did so because they believed -- ...-- ,'---book..-- .---------- ---- -
they may "lead full rich there wasalinkbetweenrepresentation BOAT RIDE
FOR
lives." in governmentand Construction Bids Let Out For WELLER'S NEW
In a copyrighted article in making the government Come one come all to a fabu-
the current issue of Redbook, work for you, according to lous Boat Ride sponsored by MARKETBids
just released, Mrs. Smith de- Mrs. Smith. "They thought Florida Memorial'College the men of Ebenezer Metho-
clared that the call for black that with the right to vote they dist Church. The Belle of Mi- are now being accepted -
power came about because of could end the exploitation of ami Dreamboat will leave fora and considered for the con-
for construction of the Involved in racial distrubanceand struction of the new 24,000 sq.
"white deception" in assur- oheir labor by the plantation moonlight cruse today
ances that the Negro can leada owners. They thought they Florida Memorial College was received international Thursday, July 20, at 8:30: p. ft. Weller's Super Market to
meaningful life in the pre- could get better schools for let out last week at the annual prominence when eighty- m. from Bayfront Park Yacht be located at South Dixie High-
sent society. "The majorityof their children; they could get meeting of the Board of Trustees year-old Mrs. Malcolm Pea- Basin. The amount of fare is way and Douglas Road.
Americans are acting eitherin sewers dug and sidewalks pav at the Everglades Hotel, body, mother of the then Gov- $2.00. See any man of Ebenezer -
unbearably bad faith or in ed. They thought they could get Miami, it was announced by ernor of Massachusetts,came or call FR 45506. There Bids should be submitted to
tragic ignorance when they adequate public health facilities Rev. E. T. Graham, chairmanof to St. Augustine on behalf of will be dancing and refresh Frank Olson, General Con-
,,* project to their children the for their i communities. the Board of Trustees. the student body and in spite of ments. tractor, c/o O. And N. Con-
Construction of the academic strong KKK elements.The Rev. Aaron D. Hall, is pas- struction Co., Cor., N.W, 27th
complex will begin by college is now pioneering tor and Eugene E. Francis; Avenue and 54th Street.
August at N. W. 156th Street studies for the development chairman.
Integrated Delegations and LeJeune. This was guar- of afour-yearHuman Relations -
anteed by the recent grants and Institute, a Crime Pre-
loans from the United States vention Center, a Peace Cen-
Demanded For 1968 Government for $5,000,000.The ter and a Vocational Guidanceand
Board of Trustees acknowledged Counseling program.
the conclusion ofa Florida Memorial Collegeis

Democratic Conventiondelegations $2.7 million dollar campaignin open to all and will be fully TO OUR READERS: You can
Dade County and referredthe integrated. BELIEVE our advertisements.
organization of a new financial .-.-.
"Effective enforcement will will be barred goal to the college ad- j They are backed by LOCAL
be the test of the significanceof from the 1968 convention and visory board which will meet people
the Democratic Party's pol- be replaced by truly repre- in September.The feet'
icy requiring integrated and sentative delegations. Con- 75-year-old, predomi- w..i
!
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representative delegations at yers praised the members of nantly Negro institution,which (*. a. *
the 1968 convention," declared the subcommittee and its relocates from St. Augustineto DOUBLE ACTION "PERSON-TO-PERSON"
\ ) Congressman John chairman, Governor Richard Miami in 19,68'is one of the '' COLORSGMYHA1RIUCX(
!, Conyers, Jr.Dem-Michigan). Hughes of New Jersey, for oldest colleges in the State of Z DRESSES HNR IN PLACE That's UsYou! and Your

"Black and white Democrats < their excellent statement of Florida. Two years ago it was LOCAL NewspaperWHY
alike must be encouraged to basic policy. However their
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participate fully in party affairs support of the top leadershipof
Any signs of Tokenismor the Democratic Party, bothin

all Tomism Negro Americans.will be an affrontto Washington country." and throughoutthe I NOT DO YOUR 1

"State party organizations The Rights subcommittee J
refusing to support the policyof plans to stay in close touch BANKING AJ LINCOLN?
the national n
party, and open with the Negro Democratic g
their doors to all, should be 2 0 ...
elected officials who had con- -m. ...'- !!. I -
outlawed," said the Michigan tacted them by telegram and Full Banking Service' .\..' [' ;': '
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) Congressman. "The only hon in person during the last few ; :: : ... :/:;Y :
est approach to this questionin weeks. Conyers said that Ne- : ', Yr"!' '
States that refuse to com- gro political leaders across With Hours Tailored \ ...:,::) ',
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ply is the formation of new I'' \ '
follow- '
the
country are closely
( delegations based on a coalition ing the subcommittee's effortsto : it : .
of Negro, labor and inde- eliminate the problem of To Fit Your : r } I II
pendent Democrats. It is high- segregated delegations which Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, I .\ ,\,':" I
time that we prevent Demo- caused such furor at the 19 64 popular local businessman and '\ '
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cratic Party's power from be- convention at Atlantic City, owner of the Dive-Inn Bar, Convenience. : : ;.
ing used to strengthen those 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-' ,'! .):
New At that time the
Jersey.
who its 9431. He invites all his old '.
oppose programs. Demo-
regular 1 Mississippi
friends to come and meet new "
The Special Equal Rights crats were challenged by an friends. Everyone welcome. FULL BANKING FACILITIES *

subcommittee of the Demo- integrated delegation claimingthat Enjoy the pool room and bow- .OPEN MONDAY THROUGH t
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cratic National Committe recently State's seats 1 n the con- ling. Completely air conditioned FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO .= ''

I.. declared that lilywhite vention. (inrtef) 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY '

EVENINGS FROM 5:00: P.M.
I 'l u s sss .
UNTIL 8:00 P.M.

Hydrotabs I HAVE LIVED FOR 13 YEARS WITH THE DRIVE-UP WINDOWS WILL BE LAVERNE FLETCHER

A diuretic for the elimination EVILS OF WITCHCRAFT. OPEN ON SATURDAY FROM Teller Trainee
''i .. of excess water. Help
L t eliminate that blotted feelIng PERHAPS I CAN HELP YOU 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON Came to Lincoln from Miami
Feel po ,nd* lighter. 1 FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK
Jackson High in 1965
tablet after each meal. 84 Sept. asa
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order and receiveyour
tablets postpaid. BROTHER CLARK CUSTOMERS and is ready to serve you from

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