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Title: Miami Times
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Language: English
Creator: Miami times
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Publication Date: January 5, 1968
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00746
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;' .'.". by his brother's bicycle George Goury, a 61yearold half of the fund for Negroes, stance, $40,000 wilt send a
) Monday afternoon, a Miami stockbroker and Goury said.They say it's like hundred boys -- do you rea-
seven-year-old boy died sud- businessman, has donateda discrimination in reverse," lize what this means to those
denly Tuesday at Jackson $100,000 loan fund to four he said. "But I don't think so. boys?" he asked.
Memorial Hospital of a rup- local colleges, and has stipu- There's only one real solutionto He and his father "worked
,tured kidney. lated that half of it will go to our racial strife and that's like hell" to get the young
Police said Mitchell Henry, needy Negro students in Dade better education for the colored Goury through college by"us
i who lived with his grandmother County. people." ing post-dated checks, paying
Mrs. Cora More land, at Goury, a member of the He once established a scholarship tuition in small units," he
2250 NW 166th St., was playing American Stock Exchange and fund at Notre Dame said.Goury
in front of the house while board chairman of the Variety University butthefundwas said now he is tryingto
his brother, John, 11, and two Children's Hospital, established rapidly depleted, he said. He pay back the debt. "I will
other boys were racing their the fund to be divided decided since then that the loan add more money to these
bikes in the road. among the University of Mi- funds were more practical. funds. Youcan't takeyour
Mitchell ran into the street, ami, Barry College for Women "Fifty years from now money with you, and fvebeen
;; .\ they said, ahead of the oncoming Miami-Dade Junior College somebody will be using these awfully lucky."
'"{J}' riders and into the path of and Biscayne College. funds. All a fellow has to do is He and his wife "have been
h .,,." ;, his brother, who could not He said that thebalf-to-Ne- simply sign a note and go to showered with numerous bles-
: .' avoid knocking him down. "is school said sings two fine daughters
(oI!: I: 1 groes plan to assure that Goury.He ,
" Getting up, he went into the there will be ready money for discussed the problemwith many friends, good health,and
house and told his grandmother any Negro student who wishesto an official of MiamiDadehe consideratifau: of the world's
that his stomach was seek a higher education andit said. goods." vlApplicants
hurting. He still felt the, pain is our ardent hope that many "He told me that $400 is all will need no collateral -
after an hour's rest, and he will avail themselves of this the tuition needed to send a boy or co-signer to get the
was taken to the hospital. opportunity.., through for two years. I ask loan. He will sign the note and
I.- He was a pupil at Bunche Some ofhlsfr lends have ed him if he could honestly tell work out repayment terms ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonza Har- student at the University of Park Elementary School. criticized him for earmarking me this small amount makes with the coli e g e. Interest '\
mon announce the engagement Georgia, Athens,Georgia.The the difference between a boy will begin one year after graduation |,
of their daughter,Elona Alfre- groom-to-be is a graduate of going to college and not going, at the rate of three per

t. da to Dr. Howard Alva Hadley, Booker T. Washington High No More Common-Law and he said "yest" Fpr in- cent, he said. I il J
Jr., the son of Dr. Howard A. School, FlorldaA&MUnivers- '
Hadley, Sr. andMrsFlora
Hadley. The bride-to-be is a ity, Tallahassee, Florida, and '
Marriages Legal
graduate of MiamiNorthwestt Howard University' Medical Negro Serves 'In 11;

ern Senior High School and a School,Washington, D.',C.' As the New.Year breezed in, marriage, Flridajolns: 36 1
it blew out Florida's common, other states which already
,( "law marriages least from ,ended the practic of allow- Mississippi Legislature :'
now on.The ing couples to be Joined in

Liberty City LightingTo bridal couple must have matrimony without benefit of Rep. Robert G. Clark took reception as "verywarm.
a true-true wedding.They must license, Judge or parson. his seat in the Mississippi When the session adjourned,
Under the old order it took
have blood test, wait three a House of Representatives several lawmakers went to his
Be Dedicated days, then say "I wUl"before divorce court to untie an unwed Tuesday to become the first desk to shake his hands and introduce -
couple who had lived together
a Judge, preacher or notary Negro to serve in that body themselves.
for 90 with the intention
Liberty City is some 350- Home Owners Improvement public.By of becoming days man and- since the turn of the century. Clark won his seatbyanarrow -
000 lumens brighter andsafer Association of 22nd Ave. outlawing common law wife. Veteran observers say no margin over J. p. Lovein
than it was a few weeks ago, Heights, Jefford Smith, Presi- Negro visitor has been permitted last November election for
and this improvement will be dent; and Gladeview Improve- to walk on the floor of the seat from Holmes County,
ment Association John Davis the House in the memory of d
marked in a public programat a predominantlyNegrocounty,
7 p.m. Wednesday(Jan. 10) President. Simms To Plan Summer anyone now living.
at the intersection of NW 75th The following program has The 38-year-old coach and A seating procedure in the
St. and 19th Ave. been announced for Wednes- educator at Lexington Junior House left Clark sitting alone .
Free refreshments will be day: College said he regarded his in the chamber. ,
served. Brief speeches will be Music by Mia mi Jackson ProgramThe ,
interspered with music. High School Band, directed by
Metropolitan Dade County Jacob Muscanera. Robert Simms, 40, deputy federal government is EOPI Poverty Program \
Mayor Chuck Hall will bead a Invocation by the Rev director of the Community Relations making an unspecified amountof
group of Metro andCity Miami W. Savoy, introduction remarks Board, was appointed money available for a staffto .
officials participating. by Roy Ross,introduc- Tuesday by County Manager plan ways of keeping next Will Get funds ToContinue
Metro Commissioner Lew tion of speakers and guests, Porter Homer to coordinate summer "cool."
Whitworth and City Commis- by Jefford Smith, Soloby Mrs. Dade's 1968 summer youth opportunity -
sioner Mrs.Athalie Range will Dorethea Payne, Solo by Mrs. program. Homer congratulated the \
be among the speakers. Valdez Murry Johnson administration for
The area lighted by the 508 Remarks by Neal Adams, advance planning in the tele-
new, lamps is bounded by NW John Davis, CommissionerLew Simms came to Metro from gram sent to VicepresidentHubert The Dade poverty program, It was bee a use of the In- 1
62nd and 79th St., 17th and 32 Whitworth, Mayor Chuck the local anti-poverty organization Humphrey. which has been suffering with vestlgations that the budget I,
Avenues. Some of the mercury hall, and Commissioner M. He will handle the new lack-of-fund-itis for several was held up until clarifi
vapor lamps are 4,500 lumens; Athalie Range. Benediction by Job along with his duties as "We believe experience months, will receive a shot of cations. The Governor will receive -
some 11,000 lumens each. A the ,Rev. T. W. Wiggins. second man of the CRB. gained by community leaders money because the regional the report of the investigation -
lumen is a unit of light Intens- last summer in mounting a director in Atlanta has said so from the State Attorney
ity in this type of street lamp, crash recreation and employ- Dr. Ralph Phelps,regional i here, and he will find in it no '.
equivalent toonecandlepower.Whitworth ment program will be of great director of the federal office reason for holding back his approval .
pointed out that fMC Gets $15 Million value in developing a more effective of Economic Opportunity,said of the continuing of the + P
these lights will make many program next sum- Tuesday that he would approve program, on which so many
Liberty City streets safer as mer," he said.ROBERT. as soon as possible the pro-I Negroes are depending for ex- '. I
well as brighter "They defi- gram's budget for the current istence.
nitely contribute to traffic from HUDAccording I fiscal year. It was phelps,however,who
safety and crime reduction," Said phelps, "Barring any had been accused by the pro-
the commissioner said. I AYw A new de vel 0 p men t s,and wedon't gram's director here of f
Rep. Claude Pepperan- plans,one dor-
The operational cost will be foresee or anticipateany harassing it by the investigations -
distributed among property nounced Tuesday in Washing- mitory is to be built for women the program will be refunded Phelps says now that,

owners served.Average assessment tion that Florida Memorial and another for men at the as soon as we are able "My feeling is that lot of peo-
agains a 50-foot lot to do so." ple who were making very !
is $5.82 for the first year,and College has been awarded a college site at NW 156th St.and But Phelps didn't say any- broad charges against EOPI I
$5.34 for subsequent years, $1.5 million loan from the Department LeJeune Road. College thing about the possibility of backed down when they were ,

according to John J. McCue, of Housing and Urban spokesme n said construction Governor Kirk's veto, which told to put up or shut up."
director of the Metro Public can.s till hamstring the program As it stands hOW, EOPI has
Development for student hous- should begin in about 30 days. as it the ,
Works Department. was govErnor got an extension through Jan- c' \
J Three neighborhood Im- ing and student union facilities who had ordered the investi- uary of its authority to borrow if.'
provement groups have pushed A $4 million academic fa. gation that has not so far dis- unexpanded funds earmarked
this project for the last cility is now under construction t covered any wrongdoing, according for special projects to ,meet .. i
two yea r s. They are: Para at the site, and the col- to the State Attorney's regular operating expenses, .
Villa Heights Improvement The money is repayablefrom lege plans to move from St. .: office phelps admits that he which means that there will ,
Association, George H. dormitory rents over a Augustine to Miami in the fall has discovered no criminal not be a payless payday in !
S t u r r up, President; United period of 40 years. of 1968. SIMMS actions by EOPI. a hurry.


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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday; January<'5,.,'1968',:":.'. I ::" '

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., r Woman of the Year"City

Commissioner Athalie City Commission has signifi- funeral director and business
elected cance that goes far beyond her womaa, now serving as chairman
Range, Miami's first been political victory. Mrs. Rangeis of the advisory board of
f official, has
much more than the city's the Roosevelt Savings and
l WIODas
selected by radio
first elected Negro commissioner Loan Association. She also is
fund raising chairman for
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of the Year.
Variety Children's
It is the first time such a "She is an able represen- and a member of board of,
selection has ever been made tative of all Miami's people.
directors of the Dade County
since the station was established Hers has been a voice of rea-
Community Relations Board.
u here in 1925. son and integrity during a timeof Among other organizations

At the same time, Dr. Joe intemperance and expediency in which she is active are the

Hall, Dade countySuperintendent ." Dade County Young Demo-

of Schools, was designated Mrs. Range was appointed to crats, the Catholic Women'sSpeakers
WIOD's "Radio Man of the
the Miami Commission on Bureau, the Eco-
Dr. Hall who will retire -
Year. Feb. 14, 1966, to fill an unex- nomic Opportunity Program
16th after 11
on January
pired term. She won a sweep- Board, the Carver Branch
as superintendent,
years ing victory over two opponentson YMCA, the Federate Woman's
seen the Dade school system Nov.21 in retaining her seat Club, the Human Relations
where it
advance to the point
_ by election. Board and the Dade County
is the seventh largest in
She is a licensed and acUte PTA Council.
Reading from left: Mrs. Mitchell Wolf son, president; Mrs. Robert C. Mitchell, the nation.

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

cochairman; Dr. Thomas E. Posey, assistant to the director of the Office of and Woman of the Year" was

International Training, Agency for International Development/ ;Mrs. Thomas E. Posey, Director made by Joe the WIOD Browder Editorial Program Crimes Reduced; !Is Headley
and the Honorable Judge Donald Wheeler Jones.
Director Elliot Nevins,
and News Director Roger Car- Responsible?
CIV Buffet Dinner Party ter on the basis of nominations

submitted by the station's news
department.The Has Police Chief Headley's Figures released by the police -

for Foreign; StudentsIn dominating factor in shotgun and dog approach been showed that there were 71
consideration of the nomineeswas responsible for the reductionof robberies during Dec. 23, 24,

"the one man and the one crimes in the Negro sectionsin : 25, 31 armed robberies, and
her elegant home by a lake Inc. which includes the Uni Mary Demartino
Ruby Pierce woman who have done the most Miami from the Christmas 27 strong arm robberies; and
at 8430 NW 10th Avenue of Miami in the and Gwen Rosin
Mrs. Mesdames
pro- : for our community during the weekend high rate to the New that Negroes committed 55 of
Gloria Braynon Robinson was gram. Mildred Gosier, Thelma last year." Year's low rate? the 58 and whites only three.
the gracious hosiers to mem- The group was officially Joes, EvadneyCurlinJacobs,
A WIOD editorial broadcastat
,'bers and friends of the Coun- welcomed at Mrs. Robinson's and Sylvia R. Rolle Percival
; the time of the news an- The police department has For December 30, 31, and
cil for International Visitors home by the Honorable StephenP. Brown and Moses Perry, Jr. nouncement eulogized Mrs. reported that robberies in Mi- January 1, 13 robberies were
last Thursday evening from Clark, Mayor of Miami as The steering committee
Range for"her efforts in behalf ami dropped from 58 duringthe committed, with Negroes re-
6:30 to 9:30. he designated the Honorable composed of members and of many community Christmas weekend to 13 sponsible for 12. These were

The memorable occas- Judge Donald Wheeler Jonesto friends of CIV who sponsoredI groups, and for her work in in the New Year's weekend armed robberies and strong
ion was a Buffet Dinner Party represent the City of Miamion I entertainment are Mes- improving inter-racial com- after Police Chief Walter armed robberies, with seven

sponsored by some leaders of this occasion dames Joe Bellamy, James munications." Headley issued his get-tough of the former, and six of the

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

velopment, U. S.State Depart- fice of International Training, 11 va, Charles L. Williams;
ment, Washington, D. C. The was presented the Key to the Dr. Ira P. Davis; Messrs. ,
t h I r t y- seven students--12 City and a Seminar Commem- Charles R. Hadley, Nathaniel

from Africa,11 from the Far orative Scroll by Judge Jones Mosby, E. N. Taylorco- Enjoy modem living

East, 7 from Near East South Mrs. Posey was also surprisingly chairmen: Mesdames ,

Asia, 4 from Latin America, honored with a beautiful Theodore R. Gibson and the total-electric way.FULL .
and 3 from the U."S. A. --are corsage of pink carnations. Robert C. Mitchell.

presently in training primarily A most delectable turkey The committee thanks Its

in graduate schools at uni- dinner, catered and served by many friends for supporting
versities throughout the Unit- Joe Bellamy with beautiful this activity which there
ed States. This was one of the background music of the sea- were 75 in attendance. In ad-

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

"Study of a Community in Ac Savoy gave"The blessing" tioned, special appreciation is
tion' held December 22-30,by Charming hosts of the even- hereby given toPerry's
the Council for International ing were Misses Irma Bodie, Florist and Johnson of Miami
Visitors of Greater Miami. Susan Carter, Mary V. Davis Photography Studio.



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from left'.Moses Perry J,., Miss Emma Morris, Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, Mr.
Nathaniel Mosby, member of CIV board of directors; Mrs. Frederick J. McCartney. HOUSEPOWER WIRING is the first necessity

Standing from left: laul Milimo, Mrs. Robert C. Mitchell, E. N. Taylor, Mrs. CharlesL. for flameless all-electric living For comfort for convenience.Full .

Williams, Charles R. Hadley and Miguel Collodo. housepower wiring lets you use all the electrical conv.eniences

you own-or plan to-at top efficiency. Gives you ample light
for living Ample power outlets and switches for every electrical
chore Makes unsightly extension cords a thing of the past.
DRIVERS LICENSE? Phone: 633-3084 or 634.9349O'BERRY'S
Does your home wiring let you make the most of this
pushbutton world I Call your electrical contractor for a free

WILLIAMS i, 'INC. I housepower checkup. Just to be sure


Land Clearing, Landscaping and Bulldozing THERE'S NO MATCH FOR
Trees Cut and Trimmed Make a clean break with the past FLAMELESS ELECTRIC
6262 NW 15th AVE. ...Graduate to full Housepower. ..It's cheaper, tool
Top Soil and Fill
Light Paving and Wrecking rLoA 7T A PAWLS i UI NT oo01AN1
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 5, 1968 3

I Father Charged With Murdering His Children $15,000 Anonymous Gift To

\ Will Stand .. .
Trial June 10

Help Slum Youth
1, 'James Richardson, the fruit The first' degree murder John Justice of Sarasota, set'
picker, who was first accusedof charge stems from the deathsof aside three weeks for the trialto -
An anonymous New Year's ed this month. the new corporation gets official ;
poisoningsevenofhischild- ,Richardson's seven small be held in Arcadia, in this
gift of $15,000 was givena She said that non-profit status from
i with food will face trial youngsters
ren children, last October, after cattle town's old courthouse.Richardson's ;
for the of Coconut Grove group Mon- from depressed neighbor- the state, it will be run by a
one child. eating a meal of grits, rice,
r'traU day. The objective of the group hoods will have a chance to do director with poverty young- !
The de
m ur be beans, and hogshead, in which lawyer had
is to help slum with minor
youth cope repairs on furnitureandmake sters at his side.
June 10. Richardson's white parathion poison had been said that he would ask for a
the problems of poverty and simple items like sur- Officials hope it can be turned -
who is
attorney, handling the mixed. change of venue if the trial was-
temptation of crime. veyor's stakes from over entirely to the
j case without a fee,he said,has DeSoto County Circuit Clerk scheduled for hearing in Ar- scrap youthsin
j Richardson free on $7,500 Leslie Avant said on Wednes- cadia, where the seven child- "Coconut Grove Cares" lumber. a year, she said.
will use the to set a "Coconut Grove Cares"was s
money up
I bond. day, that the presiding Judge, ren died. After a deducation of 20 per
i non-profit business offering organized about three
cent to
youngsters paying jobs in min- months ago when citizens were purchase equipmentand

I: South Africa's Apartheid Did Not Affect or manufacturing repair workandsimple street shocked crimes by in the the increase community of- ings for will be expansion divided,the equally earn-

Mrs. Elizabeth Virrick of among the workers, she said.

Heart TransplantCape thj Dade County Conference It aims 'at reaching young- The group is consideringtwo I'
oj Civic Affairs said the group sters in their teens and early locations in the neighbor-
Town, South Africa transplant was performed on saving his life came from a hopes Jo get the project start- 20s. Mrs. Virrick said that if hood for the shop.
:, where racial separation is Tuesday, when Dr. Barnard man that was colored
strictly observed in accor- Just took the heart of a colored I H

dance with the laws of the man who died of a stroke The dentist, Dr. Philip Bai- Matthews Appointed to Juvenile
country, colored man's heart and transplanted it into the berg, was near death from a
was placed in a white man's heart of a white man,a dentist heart ailment that had pre-
body to save the life of the lat- from Tel Aviv, Israel, who vented him from supportinghis Special Legal Unit 1

ter.The said that he couldn't care less, family in Israel when he The Juvenile and Domestic
third human heart whether the heart that was agreed to the operation.
Relations Court announced -
this week the appointment of

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

Problem InvestigationFlorida's former Youth Hall Officer.He 7 r t
has been serving with the Dade I

migrant labor ville and J. Emory "Red" state in which migrant labor is County Juvenile Court as an
problems will be looked at in Cross of Gainesville. employed. Assistant Probation Officerfor
depth by a special interim leg- Pointing out that Florida is Weissenborn said he had already three years and has displayed -
islative committee to be head one of the two or three states asked theRt. Rev. Msgr. outstanding ability in
ed by State Senator Lee Weiss- employing the largest numberof George C. Higgins, Director his work

enborn of MiamI.Weissenborn migrant laborers,Weissen- of the Social I Action Depart SI"L1. r
was namedto born said that the committee ment of the United States Mr. Matthews is a graduateof .'

the post by Dade State Sena- would concern itself with all Catholic Conference,a leading George Washington Carver ___' _
/ tor George Hollahan, Chairman phases of the problem, includ- expert in the problems of migrant High School and holds a Bache- -
: of the Legislative Coun- ing pay scales,housing,health labor inAmericatoserve lor of Arts degree inSociologyfrom
: cil, the powerful group which and education. "We will seek as a special advisor to Fort Valley State Collegein
;, designates areas to be studied out and pinpoint the problemsand the committee, and that Rev. Fort Valley, Georgia. He is 1
between legislative sessions. then we will come up with Higgins had accepted. married and lives at 3140 HIbiscus 4 '
Other legislators named to the suggested legislation to solve The Migrant Labor Committee Street with his wife and '
Migrant Labor committee include the problems," said Weissen- will function as a part of family. ePt I ,

Representatives James born. The Dade State Senator the overall Health, Welfareand z
Stone stated that Officer
Walker of Naples, Tommy Stevens said that hearings will be held State Institutions Committee Judge -
,. o Dade City, Mary Grizzle in the Lake Okeechobee grow- of the Legislative Council, Willie J. Matthews is a
fine example of a Dade County
: of St. Petersburg,and Sen- ing area, In theSouth Dade which is headed by Represen-
and raised in this
ators John Fisher of Jackson- area, and in other areas of the tative Dick Hodes of Tampa. boy, ''
community, has,
a successful position and an working with police agenciesas concerning the commence-
outstanding reputation and a liaison officer and spec- ment of cases In the Juvenile g
professional ial duty assignments and Court under the new Constitu- f
Among his new duties will be working daily with attorneys tionalRights Procedures.



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tenants convenienceA

community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent
"f1J free," furnished and air conditioned foryour comfort and enjoyment.
A public relations department to assist you with your problems.
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Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce thecost hooting.

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I r' t 1 14255 NW 22nd Avenue, Opa-locka MU) 8-0617 '

20848 South Cutler 5-3553,
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l TV's Raymond Burr ("Perry Mason" and "Ironside") took an entire day. in 3801 Grand Avenue, Grove HI 5.1381 !
his Year s on the Orange Bowl Parade, to Visit
Miami, following new
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512 NW 1st Ave., Hallandale WA 7.2434
Memorial /
the all/ new campus of Florida College.
,f The TV star made his first 1968 donation of the "Raymond Burr Scholarship 339 Hammondville Rd., Pompano WI 3-2434
,\ Award in Human Relations" to the 75-year-old, predominantly Negro liberal arts

school which is the only college in America that is building a completely plant. HON. L. L. BROOKS President \
The College is relocating from St. Augustine, Florida and will open classes/ ,
in Miami in September, 7968. GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager

Burr is shown with Reverend Edward T. Graham, chairman of the College Boardof CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director

Burr will speak at the Diamond Jubilee plus one dinner of the College on March ; i
. If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too." L. L. Brooks
9th at the Deauville/ Hotel on Miami Beach. He will also serve on the National Advisory -
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,.January 5, 1968


To Be EqualBy Commentary

Whitney Young, Jr.
By John A.

Office: 6530NW 15th Ave., Miami, Flo. 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Executive Director
National Urban League

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor

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

National Advertising Representative contact with various segments of the community must

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. and DoubtsThis make proper choice of words, If they want to avoid getting into

310 Madison Avenue New York, N. Y. 10017 Hopes trouble with one segment or another.

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association When Chief of Police Walter Headley last week mentioned

2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 is the time of year when all the "experts" look Into shotguns and dogs for Negro criminals, some Negroes immediately

SUBSCRIPTION RATES their crystal balls and tell the rest of us what is going to hap- remembered Eugene "Bull" Connor,commissioner of

ONE 'YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 pen In the next twelve months. I don't have any crystal ball, Public Safety in Birmingham, Alabama, a racist who prided

but anyone who tries to predict what will happen on the race how to handle the Negro and keep him in his
himself in knowing
Entered Second
Class 9
as Matter, August 1927 at the Post In 1968 is faced with a cloudy picture.
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 relations scene "place."
-* The coming year could either be the most dangerous in decades
that Waltsr is
We can emphatically say Headley no racist.He .
since the peak
or it could be the most productive
The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead has no Negrophobia. He never treats Negro leaders with
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto the civil rights movement in 196465. disrespect. It is well known thatwhenhehad an assistant who
every man regardless of his creed or color his human The obvious danger point Is this summer. Is the country in manifested anti-Negroattitude,Headley went over his head
and legal rights. Hating rocel fearing ..the The conditions which caused any
no no man Negro for another round of urban rioting?
and did what he thought was right, regardless of race.
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all men still there. In some ways
few are
riots in the past summers
are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. This writer remembers very well when he was chased away
for example -
they are even getting worse. Negro unemployment, In the ISS '
from a bench in Bayfront Park s by a policeman on

Is actually rising. Chief Headley received a complaint from this corner
ill! ilar's Notebook This winter has been marked by lots of reports about spec duty, ,
removed from that
and immediately the policeman was beat;
and National Guardsmen but next
ial riot training for police ,
and those were days when it was"Illegal" for Negroes to sit
OPPORTUNITY FOR COLLEGE to nothing has been done to assure that living conditions In the
on a bench in Bayfront Park.
ghetto improve I suppose that when warm weather begins In
The Office Public Information of Dade County Public Safe-
educational the all sorts of crash will be thought up, and
present day students are burdened with opportunities Spring programs ty Department Issued a statement recently that is now time-
provided they are Interested enough to take advantageof the usual mobile swimming pools and token summer job pro-
ly.This Is what was said in that leaflet:
them. Time was when it was difficult for many -- and impossible grams will go into action. "There is a growing lack of respect for law enforcementby

for some-.even If they wanted to enter college. But this has never been enough, and it certainly won't make many disadvantaged and alientated citizens In our big cities.
Today anyone with such an ambition can find a way. toward March for "
the situation any less explosive. I'm looking This feeling often extends to youth.
Recently, a 61-year-old Miami stock-broker and business an event which could start things moving again. That's when That is true. But we very seldom hear from the white power
man has donated a loan fund of$100 000 to four Miami colleges
the President's Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders will structure that crimes of youth are traceable to the youths' en-
with a stipulation that half of the money will' go to needy make its formal report. I'm hoping that it will not just be a vironment, poor housing, parental Inability'to take proper care

Dade County Negro students. post-mortem report on what happenedlast summe ;:but that It of them, because of low wages, discriminatory practices in
The donar is a member of the American Stock
George Coury,
will give the nation a blueprint for massive action for change. employment, as refusing to hire Negroes In other than menial
Exchange and board chairman of the Variety Children's Hos-
capacities, and refusing to promote Negroes In employment.
pital. Massive action is what is needed. been calllne for
I've a
criminals with and Is not unlike clos-
Since it Is known that a boy can attend college for two yearsat Domestic Marshall Plan to do for the ghetto what we so Chasing dogs shotguns
cost Ye Editor is certain at least there ing the barn door after the horse has escaped. We should like
a d$400, or hopes, willingly did for our allies and even for our former enemiesin
will be 100 boys attending colleges because of the donor's gen- Western Europe. to ask big business executives,how many Negroes In your em-

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

and doing all of thedirty work in your establishment? How
After the war we put those nations back on their feet with
have been from the menial to the white collar
economic aid which ran to about $17 billion.But our own poor
class? When you ask an employment agency, or when you order
people about 30 million of them-- are still waiting for such
County Manager P. W. Homer has made his report for 1967to action right here in the USA. the insertion of a help wanted advertise ment in the newspaper,

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

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

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

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

to the University of Miami for a Marine center. are in the mess In which wetin<1.ourselves.l'm not saying he then became suddenly speechless.A .

Established new County Depatment of Housing and Urban other things aren't important,'but when our major cities har-
prominent Negro leader told us last week that he was sick
Development through consolidation of the former Urban Re- bor misery and degradation and some of them drive people to and tired of lip service in the race protlem situation. He
newal the Minimum desperate rioting then there should be no doubt about what
Agency, Housing Division of the Buildingand wants to see some action in the right direction, he said. Jobs
Zoning Department, and transfer of the City of Miami's comes first. for
Negroes that are seeking employment can be the answerto
Department of
Neighborhood Rehabilitation.
race tension, he thinks.
Provided as part of the budget for the current fiscal year a But so far our urban crisis doesn't rate the same priorityas Jesse McCrary, Assistant Attorney General may have hit

record pay and benefits improvement package for all County the war in Vietnam, not to mention such other costly pro- the nail on the head when he said last week before a group of

employees estimated at $6.5 million. grams like the space race. The painful progress of the anti- white
lawyers, "I have yet to see a man with a $20,000 mort-
Included in the package was a$300 per year salary increasefor poverty bill is proof of this. gage rioting."

all employees, an improved longevity plan, time-and-a-

half payment for over-time and numerous selective salary in- Then this law enforcement attorney added, "Every day we
The President first the bill
proposed Spring and asked
'creases for individual classifications. see corrupt judges, corrupt policemen, corrupt prosecutors,
for about billion for
$2 the
The first
Provided staff assistance for the County Attorney's offices program. response from it's highly unreasonable to expect respect for law."

to the Dade Delegation during the regular and extended sessions Congress and political leaders was talk of breaking up the Of- The higher rate of crimes In the Negro sections of Miamican
fice of Economic Opportunity, which administers most of the
of the State not be
Legislature. denied. It's a terrible situation; it Is lamentable.But .
programs in the War on Poverty.
the cause of the crimes must be taken Into consideration,

TIMES ARE CHANGED and something should be done to remedy the conditions causing
That was fought off,but it was followed by talk of drastically crimes. .

Certainly the times are changed,and happily so,changed for cutting funds. Then various amendments to the bill were offer One of the
ed reducing effectiveness of the on criminology Thorsten Sel
the better all over the country. program. Meanwhile,
money was running out, and cities all over the country were ling, said, "Crime s are due cultural isolation

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

otherwise that not so long ago seemed Impossible. In our news afflicted upon Negroes to some degree." It Is also his opinion

this week we find that In Mississippi, yes,Jackson, MississippiRep. Finally -- a few weeks ago -- the program was passed. It and that of many other authorities, that crime is due to No in-
Robert G.Clark Negro took his seat in the MississippiHouse born racial trait.
provides less funds than the President askeJ for, even thoughhis

of Representatives. To this Ye Editor says, Amen. request was far less than is needed,and it has provisions about
Miami two stated
years ago Whitney Young
which reduce the role of the In
poor community action The
pro- family here
livesinpovertyorrightnext door to it. But,
Clark is 38 years old. He won his seat last November by a grams. after chopping cotton in Alabama for$9 a week, bussing dishes

narrow margin. U a Negro can go to the Mississippi Legislature in a Miami Beach hotel for $45 a week; and llving'in a con
What do think the would have been to such actionon
you respose crete
what's with Florida monster
wrong ? apartment house, or in the dreadful frame bung
a defense bill? It is obvious that ending poverty is pretty alows of '
Alley still beats
Alabama shanty
low on the nation's scale i of priorities. Until it gains a greater if not by very much." an ,
We are also pleased to note that Richard Gordon Hatcherwas sense of urgency on the part of our leaders, urban unrest

Inaugurated as mayor of Gary, Indiana. will remain at the top of the list of our national problems. ORCHIDS AND BOUTONNAIRES


I I Phil Ossofer I i Piro (

Does our Creator have a I have no quarrel with any also tells us that His name flections of His attributes.
name by which He can be name by which our Creator Is
shall change. (Isaiah 52;2, and Therefore, their names iden-
known? He has been called bya called, for we need a form of rev. 2:17: and 3;12)). it also tify with Him who sent them.

number of names: God, Je- identification In our worldly states that eventually His According to this theory, one t

hovah, Allah, El and Yahweh, languages. "God Is Spirit and name shall be one.Zechaeiah can see that the Creator does I

for example. must be worshipped In Spirit 14:9)). have a name, and that the name DR. HADLEY MRS. SWEETING

I believe that because He Is and Truth." Not knowing the Is it possible, then, that the changes In each age, Regard MR. POITIER

language of thesplritual i Creator does have a name by ing the Day whenHis name will Dr. Howard A
the Creator, and because Hadley, Jr., serving his Internship at Mt.
world must be satisfied
we which lIe maybe properly cal- be one I believe this refers Sinai
names are created things; Hospital, the most difficult position doctor can
any young
with the symbolic identifications led; that His name does to the time when Christ's in
"Tools" to pro the North
designed helpmen East
.SS1 West or South to be an intern in a
we can use, be they Je- change, and that some day His phesy of "the one fold and '
understand each other names onesheperd' hosPital for in
? being the first Negro In that capacity
hovah God or Allah.Their dif will be I believe
name one? so. is fulfilled. At that that
given the Creator are merely hospital and for the grand job he is doing there.Mrs. .
terences lie in the normal dif- I believe that the
name by time, we shall also have a uni- Inez
used to Himas
symbols Identify Sweeting wife edi-
of the columnist and theatrical
terence of but all called
languages, which He be properly is versal language and all tor
c. The
our Heavenly Father. If this may Times, for being among the few who can celebratea
Identify Him as the Creator. the of His Manifestations
name call Him
by one name. "For silver
Is so, no earthly name can be wedding anniv ersary with her charm beauty and constancy
There are several ref- or Teachers He sends in each then will I turn to the peoplea Let ,
His true name, for that whichIs us know of other silver anniversary celebrants.
created can never properly erences In the Bible about the age, such as Abraham, Moses, pure language, that they may Sydney Poitier, the Miami born now world famedactor, for

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

cannot lower the Creator Psalms 91:14 and Isaiah 526. through these Great Teachers Lord, to serve Him with one coming to Dinner;" and for being nominated for, another Oscar

to a created level. Interestingly enough,the Bible because they are perfect re- consent." (Zephaniah 3:9)). for his acting in "To sir, With Love.'


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

-( FI"f I 01 I IM\K! Out Postage Rates Increase ,
Our Readers Speak \
Legal . ,
rj HBPUBHH HWBHi Effective Jan. 7, 1968

ServicesBY f Postmaster E, M Dunlap today six c e n t s for the first two 1:'

: Leo Adderly, 9tfA reminded postal cus- ounces of individual pieces of '

s Center Attorney ; tomers that increased rates third-class mall Unsealed -

for all classes of mail except greeting cards maybe sent rat

.. ,,\. ..,.'... .S.,.- parcel post and international this rate. Postmaster Dun- 1
Homestead Tax ExemptionHomestead a-; --. 4I mill will go into effect on Jan. lap said.

7. He emphasized that the new .

tax exemption Is a Constitutional right given to Litters to the Editor Mr Dunlap pointed out that rate unsealed greeting

Florida residents which allows them to declare the first Five the new rate for post cards will cards will not go into effect
H ADLE'1Dear
Thousand Dollars assessed property value on their homes and LEAGUE PRESIDENT ANSWERS CHIEF be five cents and for airmail until January 7 and until then

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

Any homeowner who permanently resides on property where The problem of criminal acts against our citizenry, is cer- per ounce for first-class mill noted Dunlap also
applies to 13 ounces and the January
others are legally or naturally dependent upon him for supportis tainly a problem that commands the concern and interests of up
arate of 10 special handling will be available ,
new cents -
entitled to this does not have to be per
exemption.The applicant most residents. The alleviation crime would make our com- '

head of a family to enjoy this tax advantage.The munity safer for all, and all positive actions toward this end for airmail applies up to on third-class par
7 ounces. Under the new rate celsweighingbetweeneightand
would certainly be supported by the majority of our law-abid- sixteen
structure all first-class mail ounces were
homeowner must be living on the property as his bona ing citizens.
13 andallairmailover transferred from fourth to
over ounces
fide and legal residence,January 1st of the taxable year because However, let me point out,that the target population you have third-class mail.
7 will be
this is the assessing date which establishes the statusof selected, namely Negro males between 15 and 21 years of age, ounces merged -
into a single category. There will be no changes in
the for the taxable And one declaring home of criminal activi-
property year. are not responsible for the major portion These heavier pieces of the charges for special delivery -
stead exemption must apply for it with the County Tax Asses- ties in the City of Miami. What about the multitude of "gang-

sor's office before April 1st of the taxable year. Once'appliedfor land" slayings? What abou the bombings? What about the first-class mail applies up to istered, special handling, reg-
first-calss and airmail sub- certified mail
this exemption is not automatically renewed from year to strong armed robberies of millions of dollars in jewels
ject to the single rate schedule cash on delivery or Insurance,
year; it must be applied for each year the property owner and furs?What about the rings of bout and prostitution? These Mr. Dunlap said.
will be delivered by the fast-
claims the tax advantage. Should one move from residencehe violations of rights and property take a much greater share of
est available of trans- "We have an ample of one-
has declared to be his homestead, such tax exempt status life and liberty, yet these acts do not occur only in the slum cent stamps on hand Post-
would be lost on this particular property. A special exception areas, but in plush suburbia; they are not committed solely by master said "for
will Dunlap
flat rate of 80 cents becharged ,
applies to military families.Where the husband or other mem- black youths, but by well dressed, "respectable persons of all for all mail in this those people who have five-
ber of a military family is caled to active duty in the Armed groups.
cent stamps and need one-cent
Forces of the United States, and the absent owners considerthe And what about the lawful black residents of this community, category up to one pound. For stamps to make the
all mall than postage
weighing more
vacanted premises as their permanent home, to the exclusion who have never had the "protection' of the law? Did not the

of all other places, they are entitled to the exemption.Also nightly shootings, robberies, murders, knifing of our black one pound,the present air parcel rates.required" under the new
rates will continue to
homestead exemption may not be transferred from 01 citizens[ cause concern? Or, does it)still require a black-white post
Higher rates also will
owner to another, or from one property another. Should the confrontation for concern on community problems?What about apply except, that the postageon go
Into effect Jan. 7 for all categories
matter betweenone
owner sell his property after January 1st of the taxable year the rights and protection of the majority of our citizens, black weighing of second-class mall

and file for exemption before April 1st,the property would be and white, who are victimized daily directly or indirectly by and five pounds wil changeat bulk rate third-class mail,

exempt through the taxable year, i.e.,December 31st. The new organized crime? half-pound intervals rather controlled circulation mail,

owner would have to apply for tax benefits between January 1st If this community is to move forward, then criminal laws and than one pound intervals and the educational materials,

and April 1st of the next year, and between the same dates on the enforcement of criminal laws must apply equally to all citi- Postmaster Dunlap said that category of fourth-class mail.
the rate structure will
each and thereafter to enjoy this beneficial privi- of the of criminal ele- new
every year zens. Let us not lose sight multiplicity Mailers using these classes
lege. Further,the prior owner would have to reapply for home- ments in this community. A war on all criminals, yes! A war mean a reduction of postage on who need Information on the
some parcels.
stead exemption on his new property, assuming he now owns only for black criminals, not! rate that new rates should contact the
Another change
and resides on another property within the State.
Sincerely, will affect the general publicis local post Office, postmaster

Aliens on permanent visas, as well as citizens of the United Mrs. Louis Glasser, President the increase from four to Dunlap said. )
Greater Miami Urban League t
States, who are legal residents of Florida, are entitledto t .

homestead exemption on property owned within the State.

Alen political who reside refugees within in the Florida State would on temporary not qualify nonimmigrantvisas for the exemption NAACP And OSU Agree On Jobs For Negro Craftsmen a||

; because they could not claim this to be their "per-
manent residence" in good faith. Columbus, Ohio.-'Underi tional*labor director; Dr. struction regardless of their 12 that Negroes will no longer

terms of an unprecedented David McConnell and William membership or nonmembership tolerate exclusion from the

agreement reached between J, Davis, chairmen, respec- in the craft unions. high.wage jobs controlled by
As stated must the
previously one have legal or equitabletitle
tively, of the Columbus The has obtained of the
university some unions.
Ohio State University and the
claim home-
to te real property on the assessing date to
National Association for the NAACP Branch's labor and industry written pledges from the con- Mr. Hill hailed the agree- |t|
stead Thus the of
exemption. owner a single family dwelling,
Advancement of Colored Peo- and legal redress committees tractors that Negro journeymen ment as a major breakthrough
trailer owner who owns and uses the land as his permanent
ple, 135 Negro craftsmen are Stephen E. Lance, and apprentices will be and predicted that it "wiltbe
residence of and
co-owners a duplex, persons having an own-
assured employment in the university constructor, con- employed an paid union rates used as the basis for negotia-
in would
ership interest a co-operative be entitled to the
construction of the Uni- firmed the agreement on be** for their respective crafts. tions and court actions in other I"
exemption, provided they meet all other requirements. Where .
versity's $12 million medical The agreement provided the The agreement is regardedas states." He further noted that \,
property on which the exemption is claimed is owned by two
science building. In addition, first implementation of an his- further indication of the "for the first time a state
or more persons, they will each be entitled to the exemptionin
35 will be toric decision handed down, NAACP's determination to has required both .
apprentices given agency :
proportion to their respective interests not to exceed Five
training in various skills. last May 17, by U. S. District break the color bar in the prime and sub-contractors to i
Thousand Dollars on any one property. On the other hand, a
Court Judge Joseph P. Kin- building trades and other oc- union \
tenant cannot claim homestead exemption because he does not Announcement of the agree- bypass lily-white hiring {
made neary. This decision placed cupations. It is in accord wih halls and to eliminate intact '
have legal or equitable title in the property. Legal title in ment was at news conference ,
upon state officials the responsibility Executive Director Wil- the closed 1
rented property is in the landlord. The landlord would also be here, Dec. 28. by rep- Roy Illegal shop in the
representatives of the NAACP of ensuring em- kins' blunt statement to the building and construction '
precluded from claiming homestead exemption on the property, '\
ployment of Negro skilled "
including Herbert Hillna AFL-CIO convention on Dec. trades. \
unless he resides there; and has others legally or naturally workers on all public con-

dependent upon him living there with him, e.g.,father and .

child, legally dependent;grandfather who supports grandchildren -

in family, naturally dependent.The \

value of the property is not determinative of homestead RETURN TO THE LEADERSHIP IN THE ,gGHETTO. r .. \
status. A home worth One Thousand Dollars would be entitledto WE KNOW WHERE THEY ARE 1fl t- ;I'Z f

the exemption, as well as,one worth One Hundred Thousand MOST OF THEM CAME FROM THERE" i I \

Dollars. THVR600P MARSHALL II ',". -_ -'' ; -i /

Business property which is used as homestead property is '

(entitle! to the exemption also, e.g.,a store front where the I It

owner and his family reside in the rear of the building. MIDDLE t

If you meet the requirements set forth above for homestead ****

exemption, apply for this tax benefit between now and April CLASS '

1st, 1968. ( 7iI

Listen to WKAT, 1260 on your radio dial,every Sunday nightat .. :

11:40: p.m., for legal discussions topics of interest to you -iI II I

and the community.



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wishes to: Livingston Pinder who underwent sur-
Hospital; Mrs. MableMolly( )MeFadgon who fItOltdII
at home after eye surgery at Mt. Sinai; Gwen- '
Howard at Baptist Hospital et91tu
Mizells (Ruby) and sons, Errol and Ralph travel- .
for a family reunion with the Donaldsons, Butter-
Hamptons. The celebration was held at the home of d-OCUi

L. R. Hampton, Jr.
; Ga., and Greenwood,S. C. were the holiday stops BY PRISCILLA REDDINGThe
Carters and sons, Derrick and Dwayne. y -AI
o.o p e r was a day late greeting her new granddaugh-
residents of Richmond Heights used a variety of
e k a, second daughter of E. R. and Carol Hanna of themesin
their homes for the Christmas:
decorating holidays. The
arrived Christmas Eve at Princess Margaret
spirit of Christmas was certainly evident throughout com-

are more fun at Nassau. It's a splendid resort munity.
you an almost endless variety of fascinating and The Richmond Heights Women's Club is happy to announcethe
things to do. Another world and only thirty minutes winners of it's annual Christmas Home Decoration contest.
wonder so many chose Nassau ror their Christmas The prizes were donated by the club.
of those who jetted to Nassau for the holidays First prize $15, Dr. and Mrs. L. Cryer, DDS., 13711 Madison
and Mrs. Charles (Edna) Culmer, Emily Delancy, Street, "Christmas Scenery Galore."
lard, Elouise Morris, Nancy Parker,Cassandra Second prize $10, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jacobs, 14821 SW
Youngb lood, Alfred Hanna,Jolien Taylor,Greg- 104th Avenue, "Fairy Land of Lights."
Barbara Jean Grogan,Claranell McKenzie, Flor- Third prize $5, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Parrish, 11225
( ) Gussie Nelson, Carrie Bethel,Jennifer DeVeaux, Washington Street, "Star Bright."
Allen Taylor, and Cleora Brooks. The following homes were given honorable mention: Mr.and
p s trainees at home on leave during the holidays Mrs Charles Whipple, 15501 Pierce Street, "Christmas in
I of honor at a luncheon on Friday, December 29, Florida"; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Taylor, 10801 Perry Drive,
Cafeteria Others attending were graduates of "Lights of Lights," on three homes; Mr.and Mrs. Jessie H.
and members of WICS (Women In Community McCollum, 10865 Perry Drive, "Originality"; Mr. and Mrs.
) voluntary recruiting screening organzation for Lawrence Sweeting 14825 Robinson Street, "Joy to the World";
; Job Corps. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cryer, 13715 Monroe Street,"Silent
Leadership Seminar for participants from Night Music' ; Mr.and Mrs. Willie Young, 14621 Harrison
International Development, United States Depart- Street, "Christmas Time"; and Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Wash-
( were entertained at a Buffet Dinner party at ington, 10470 SW 150 Terrace, "Lights of Blue."
) Gloria Braynon Robbinson on Thursday, Dec. 28. Houseguesting with Mr.. and Mrs.Claudius B. Jones(Thelma)
the countries represented were 12 students and daughters were Mr. Jones brothers Mr. Earl W. Jones,
11 from the Far East, 7 from the Near East South wife Ovella and daughter, Mavis.
Latin America and 3 from the United States. Mr. Jones is a noted educator in Shelby,North Carolina and
of 1742 NW 60th St, return- Mr. Johnnyson P, Jones, who is a teacher at Cameral Mor-
three years in the service with I rison Training School of Delinquency in Hoffman,North Caro-
Band of the U. S.Army. He ) lira They want to thank those who made their stay a pleasantone.
the Berklee School of Music .
Guest for the Christmas holiday week-end of the James
Mrs. Ira P. (Louise) Davis were Crawford (Alma) family of 14250 Madison St., was Miss Emma
during the holidays entertaining, Morris of Grand Bossa Liberia. Miss Morris, a student at
Oates and daughter LaTanya Strayer Business College of Washington, D. C., was in Miamias
and Gwen Bass of Ft. Laud- a participant in the leadership seminar sponsored by the
) Council for International Visitors and the University of Miami.
jetted to Nassau to attend The Richmond Heights Garden Clubs Annual Christmas party
of her cousin, Ralph Wells.UtVUt; ; was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crispin Fife of 14960
guests who attended the wedding of Juanita John Buchanan Street, on Saturday Dec. 23. Despite the sudden
Whitted were Hyacinth Rowe, Dorothy Cole- change in the weather many friends of the members turned out
; Edward and Juanita Wallace and daughter, to enjoy a delightful party.
Palm Beach; Fredericka and Clement Curry and Friends of Mr. and Mrs.Charles(Anita Gray of 14000 Mon-
Tampa; James and Lufisha Randell, Harcord roe Street are happy to see her up and about again after a brief
; Blovena Johnson, Brooklyn; Odell Whitted, stay at Baptist Hospital.
N. C,; andMrs. W. M. Summersett, New Bruns Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander and daughter Yvonne of
; Woodridge New York spent the holidays at their Richmond
j and Billy Rolle of Jacksonville are vacationing in Heights home onMadison Street.
I'I( ) 1 j Evelyn Gaymon and Eddi Davis: were married at Christ the
Alburys l were happy to have daughters, Deanna King Church on Saturday, December 30.
( Julius, of Fayetteville, N. C.and Jean Albury, The bride is the sister of Mrs. Johnnie M. Morris of Rich-
; Gary, Indiana, home for the holidays. mond Heights.She is a graduate of Florida A&M University and
for the funeral of Mrs. Blanche Roberts Cornell l is
; presently employed as a Dade County Public Health Nurse.
,D. Roberts, Jr., and Mrs. Loraine Wake Evans, The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis of
] ; Loquita C, Brewer, Leonard Brewer and Cornell
j Florida City. He is a graduate of Florida A&M University and
is presently employed as a teacher in the Dade County Schools.
(Quiline)Gardiner gave birth to a 7-pound boy, The couple will reside in Miami.. A delayed honeymoon will
on Sunday, Dec. 31, Mt. Sinai Hospital. be made in the summer to Puerto Rico.
daughter of Mrs. Helen Reed, 11371/2 NW 1st Houseguest of Dr. and Mrs. Links ton Cryer (Deloris) of
< December graduate from the Women's Job Corps 13711 Madison Street, were Dr. and Mrs.Rufus Loud (Gwen
< ", Iowa. dolyn) of Freeport, La.Dr. Loud is a graduate of Southern University
i Brooks is down from Belmont Park for the and Me H a r r y Medical College and is now a Dental
season. He's with L'mour Farms Training Cen Practitioner.Mrs. .
Lauderdale. Loud holds a B. A. Degree from Fisk University in
Gwendolyn Faison and Willis Jackson return- Childhood Education.Dr. .
< A&I University for the winter quarter. and
Cryer Dr. Loud were classmates in College as well
of North Dade Junior High School will have a pre- as Dental School.

at Holiday Air Associates at the Opa-locka This was the Loud's first visit to Miami, while here they
Wednesday, January 10, at 3:45: p.m. took a week-end trip to Nassau, Bahamas.
(Olga) Wicks, and daughter Candy of New York
< relatives and friends in our sunshine city.
< in the Dorothy Maynor School of Arts in New

Sceiva Adams Holland of Washington, D.C. mis-
dinner at her parents,Nelson and Naomi Adams "MR. JACK"FOR
down in time for the New Year's celebration.
A. Strachan and niece visited the Bahamas dur-
) The Very Latest in Men's Fashions
Davis visited her parents in Ft. Walton Beach, for SILK MOHAIR SUITS
but rushed back to greet the New Year with her I HATS

visiting relatives during the holidays were the 944 NW 2nd AYE. MIAMI FLORIDA
( Deloris. and son, Byron). They visited James' II ,

( ) Guy Davis of Stuart, Fla., welcomed the New
Mrs. Maggie Davis as their houseguest. Beretha
visited relatives in Stuart during the holidays. Miami Times

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Council Of NAACP Annual Meeting I

And Dinner ScheduledNew !J.

Negro Women r ,
; York. How the Na- Associate's annual fellowship -
tional Association for the Ad- dinner will be held here at
Center Action vancement of Colored People the Hotel New York Hilton. The I
on _ ,
and civil rights generally fared Rev. Father James E.Groppi,
in 1967 will be set forth at advisor to the Milwaukee ';jj
"Action" and "revelance"were set in motion
a plan adoptedat p'
Association's annual NAACP Youth Council, and |
the keystones of the two- convention for the work of
meeting there Monday, Jan- Charles Evers, NAACP field
day session of the Executive task forces to project, sup- :{\ 8 in the
uary report of Exe- director in Mississippi, will
Committee of the National port, and implement the com- ys ,,4 l. w.S i1 cutive Director Roy Wilkins to be presented with citations by
Council of Negro Women at the prehensive program in which .J the organization's membership
Bishop StephenG.
Penn Garden Hotel, New York the organization is now involved. 1
chairman of the NAACP Board
City, December 16-17, 1967. The president added that .
.-' Supplementing Mr. Wilkins'remarks of Directors.The .
Miss Dorothy Height, newly the urgency of communitproblems y -- will be a report on
re-elected president, sup- would require a total .w activities of NAACP branchesin program includes remarks -
ported by staff and project directors commitment and the full -:, -.... their respective communi-t t, by President Klvle

introduced some new strength of the organization -' 4.. ... ties by Gloster B.Current, director Kaplan and Executive Direc-
programs and gave progress working as one. While the ,' .- of branches and field tor Wilkins. Mrs.Shirley Farmer it
reports on-going programs, NCNW was always given voice 1'--'w; administration. Other depart- of the Mid-Manhattan
among others Women in Com- and stage to all constructive .. .... mental heads will be presentto Branch will be soloist
munity Service to young girlsin community programs, some- answer questions raised in Frederick O'Neal, the noted
poverty, Workshops in Mis- times exclusive of its own, a -' their respective fields. actor and president of Actors'

sissippi on local community motion was made that the sections ". ".-. On Sunday night, Jan. 7, the Equity, will be toastmaster.
O' ,
problems, and ProjectWo- must at all their public k' ?

manpower which is recruitingand meeting, henceforth,promote, \c'! _
training 6,000 Negro women publicize, and interpret NCNW /' .... I

volunteers for community programs. EJ// ,,..' '
service and action.Sessions Progress reports were received .:' / t+ e e e
l !
r .
were devoted from committees / .
plans for Implementation of working finances, member .! / '

the goals adopted at the annual ship, Development Fund, Life : ;/
convention of the organizationin Membership ca mpaignandthe iJ /J
Washington last month Bethune Memorial Campaign 1 ,
where focus was on the theme: .
"Women -- the Crisis in the A unanimous resolution was "

Black Community: Directionand passed expressing remembrance
Decision." and appreciationto i
I ;"
Throughout the year mem- the family of Stephen and
bers inallstateswillcarryoutprograms Audrey Currier for their con
tribution to the whole civil '
dealing with local .
problems of poverty, civil,and rights movement and paticu- i
welfare rights, reasonable larly the support and en 5.r'I'S
abortion laws, consumer fraud couragement they gave to the "
protection, education, Negro work of the National Council of 'I'S 1I

heritage, opportunities for and Negro Women. lJ1lg/f/tiaqe If ftMUltced
with youth, decent housing and Mrs. Flossie Dedmond, I I 1 I I 1
home ownership for low- Vice Pres., pointed out that the TB'l t
Antoinette and Mr. and Mrs. Campbell
income families day care National Council of Negro Women
Jones of 21301 South Federal Jon e s. She is a graduate of
services job producing co- was moving into a new dimension -
Highway, Goulds, and Lt. Mays High School, and is cur-
opeatives, and establishmentof for service and com- Rutherford C. Wooten Jr. of at
rently a junior Barry Col- J
in train-
household workers unprece-
Lovelady, Texas, were unitedin lege in Miami Shores.Lt. ,
ed collective ventures. dented in the history of the or- holy matrimony on Dec.23, Jlifeptf1ohdglVe 1 A A A I A 1 A /

The Executive Committee ganization.Social at ll:00a.m.: in Christ the King Wooten, son of Mr. and you fast relief of bandrufy Itshjf Scalp

Catholic Church in Richmond Mrs. Rutherford Wooten, Sr., and Falling Hair, Ak for it ol your favorite
Could Heights. of Lovelady, Texas, is cur- ." '
I Security Pay Cecelia, daughter of Mr.and rently attending graduate beauty salon i or ifrug store. : r rA.
Mrs. Benjamin A. Jones and school at the University of New b
For Your EducationA granddaughter of Mr. Arthur Hampshire. H e is a graduateof i r

and the late Mrs. Polly Mays praire View A& College..
good education is often the ried, between the ages of 18 t.IMP.L:1: : 11'.50 I
doorway to a better job and a and 22 who may be entitled to 'T'emple..I'd'Pd'. I
Teachers To Honor Dr. Joe Hall \ 'GijOWgR I 1
better standard of living. stu- social security benefits on the ,
dent social security benefits account number of a parent

may also 1 be the "Financial (retired, disabled, or deceased Honoring Dr. Joe Hall, who i
Means" fcr both a better edu- ) may become entitled to is retiring this month as superintendent -
cation and better standard of student social security bene- of the Board of I ,
living for many students between Public Instruction, all prin- 14thHUXNNivERS URY }
the ages of 18 and 22. fits.The full-time student bene- cipals and presidents of pub- \
A full-time student unmar- fits would continue until age lic schools belonging to the

22 unless-_--- the_n_ _student____:_.. _shniiM..__.... Dade County Council of Par- } \It hasbeen our pleasure to serve our many friends and patrons in the past.
AKA SORORITY quit school or get married. ent-Teacher Associations will We look forward
meet for luncheon to doing even a better job in the future.
The student or his payee must on Friday, .
SPONSORS "YULE assume te responsibility of January 12th, at noon in the -
reporting to the Social Se- Rubaiyat Room of the Algiers \
TIDE YOUTH DANCE"Local curity Administration any Hotel, Miami Beach. &

change in his status as a full- A "graduation ceremony"for .. .. tt \
sorors of Gamma time student, the marriage of Dr. Hall, plus a presentation .. -
Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha the student, or his earnings of of a PTA gift, will be the
Kappa Alpha Sorority spon- more than $1500 per year. program at the luncheon, A
sored a "Yuletide Youth which will also include music. I
Dance" at the beautiful Gulf- Remember: Get a better Job Chairmen of planning for the ,I
stream Room of Bayfront Au- by getting a good education. Inquire 1 luncheon\ are Mrs. Harold
ditorium, Thursday, Decem- at your local Social Security Tabor and Mrs. Martin Rubin-
ber 28. District Office for more stein. Mrs. E. M. Willard is '
Invited guests included detailed Information on any Dade County Council PTA '
young ladies who are high phase of the Social Security President. ii5l

school seniors, freshman Act. Don't depend entirely :
girls attending college outsideof upon your friends or neighborsfor -
Dade County, and college information: but contact a Join theNAACP h
girls attending college in Dade representative at your local
County. The young ladies were Social Security Office. A

accompanied by mile escorts, .
and enjoyed the festivities of
the evening dancing to the
popular music of Billy Rolle STUDENT SPECIAL
and his Orchestra from 912.

Presentations were made to Bus ID Photos
three scholarship win- .
I' ,ly .,
JS. w .
ners; Miss Gall Williams- ;
Spellman College, and Miss 2 For 50$ ,
Ethel Rolle-Universtt> of Miami. -

At the stroke of twelve, the
students departed and the sor JOHNSON OF MIAMI VARSITY/ BARBER SHOP
ors and their guesfs were en-
tertained until two o'clock.Ac- "Miami's Most Modern Tonsorial Parlor"

colades to the students for exhibiting Corner NW 38 St. & AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT ,
behavior that was

"par Mrs.excellence.Girthia C."Williams is 12 Ave. Harry 'A. Smith, Sr., Proprietor Walter Johnson, John Randerson t

Basileus of the local chapter,
and Mrs. Rose Stewart, Basi- PHONE: 635-4148 6530 NW 15 AVE. I
leus-Elect, served as chairman -
of the dance committee

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! I THE (MIAMI' TIMES Friday, January 5, 1968 9

Heodley's Shotguns And Pentagon Housing Must

Dogs Threats Infuriated

'Integrate Or'q.
Some Negro LeadersBy
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John A. Diaz Be Off LimitsDefense
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BY DAVE BONDU Negro leaders with various views and philosophies respond-
ed with vigorous denunciation last Friday at a City Commis- Secretary RobertS. Washington area, including
sioners' meeting to police Chief Walter Headley's statement McNamara said that,effec- District of Columbia, Mary-
Well, we are into a new year and I hope that in 1968 every- three days previously that he was going to use shotguns and tive Jan. 15, he said, military land and Virginia 57 per cent
body will have a the pot and 2 cars in the garage. dogs in dealing with Negro criminals. personnel moving into the were unable to obtain satisfactory -
As you know by now, I asked everyone concerned about Sam But the Dolice chief did not budge from his intention to "get Northern Virginia area, or housing because racial
Moncur to send me a post card saying Sam yes if you felt he I toug with criminals,except to say that he did not look at color changing residences, will not discrimination.
should be reinstated or have his resignation recinded by the when enforcing the law; that dogs and shotguns will be used be allowed to rent apartmentsor
Board of Diectors, or those who were opposed to say Sam no. with caution and that he was not a racist. trailer court facilities
This is how it looks as of now: I have received 164 post cardssay'lng City Commissioner Athalie Range gave her support to M i there unless they are "avail- He said that some progress
Sam . Sam si si. . Sam indeed . and has been made in Northern
yes yes Headley's policy of going after murderers and holdup men withas able to all military personnel
man y other versions, and not one card saying Sam no. I am a much force as he needs on an equal basis." Virginia and that there are now
little ashamed of the folks ? 146 apartment houses in that
not talking time out to lend supportto
Mrs. Range, however, said that she was as any-
a man who has done so much for the poverty program, and one else with the maintenance of law and order; but was also Within the roughly three- area that have eliminated dis-
many of you. One who befriended and got beheaded. 164 concerned, she said, over possible indiscriminate use by the mile area of Northern Vir- crimination.
cards are so few, but I will as promised present them to the police of the "stop and frisk" law.She also said that shedid ginia, the pentagon said there
Board of Directors,Dr.Franklin Williams and the other mem- not agree with Headley that the community relations programhas are 39,000 apartment units,
bers. I am in sincere hopes that people like Tannie Dean, Mrs. failed. 14,000 of which areopen to Ne-

Range, Henry Arrington, Father Gibson, Rev. Graham, Rev. Among the city commissioners, Maurice Ferre was the only groes and 25,000 are not. HOUSE LEAKS?
Thedford Johnson, and others will talk with the Board about one that showed disapproval of Headley's threats of using shot-
Sam's returning to work after his much needed vacation rll guns and dogs against Negro criminals. The young multimillionaire "The morale and welfare of Have No Fear
admit 164 cards is not a heap of persuasion, but at least it is commissioner called the shotgun and dog approach Negro servicemen and the operational Call BEST I
iI start: "intemperate and uncalled for" andtoldthecrowdof over zoo efficiency of the Defense The Leak Expert
that the initial statements the chief was quoted as making were Department facilities to
What do I think about Chief Headley's get tough policy and "inflammatory." which they are assigned, are Quick Service
the stop frisk law? ril answer the first question . I am in Several commissioners, however, took exception to Head- being adversely affected by the BEST ROOFING
favor of it,, but I don't think it should be just one group of people ley's statement that community relations have failed. Some existence of housing discrimi- COMPANY
It should apply to all people of Dade County. Chief Head- commissioners asked Headley's assurance that there would be nation," added McNamara.A .
ley keeps yelling about police shortage. If he is so short, whyis harassment. 693-3765
it that good policemen are working traffic, banks, parkinglots no Mayor police Steve Clark said that "the police alone can't do all survey showed, he said, 980 NW 79th StreetNo
etc. The way I see it,if the pay is so bad, pay them over- the job. It takes the cooperation of all concerned.I publicly that of 1,200 Negro military Job Too SmallWOOLWORTH'S
time for extra hours and let them the families off-base in the
moonlight on good over- living
would like to compliment the Community Relations Board .
time would make the force. would not have
pay, they Thenthey We plan to maintain this type of stability and this type of communication -
to work for straight pay on these "side jobs." There are ."
detective shake the doors of these
enough private agencies Headley said, "My Job is to protect life and property. AndI
companies that our good policemen are shaking at night. The "
am going to do everything I can do to do that.
next answer is to stop and frisk law.I am not In favor of a policeman -
walking up to me and saying that I look suspicious The police chief was quick to point out that the daily press
If I fit the description of bandit, then I should be arrested on somewhat distorted what he had said about Negro criminals. .
suspicion, and then searched.Now word to the cats who carry He said that at his original press conference on the new poli- iTJi1r'
guns and have a mind to hold up someone . and I do not con- cy he did not mention Negro criminals specifically. But when
done this at all . there is no need of this senseless killing asked afterward how the races were involved in crime, and t
and stealing purses and robbing poor people of nothing.What where the incidence of crime was highest, it was then that he
you get in these petty theiveryacts is not worth getting into answered bluntly. At that time, he said only three white men ' a' -.x.''Nwaewr..m .galeaYya'
trouble over. You get the electric chair for killing someonefor were involved in 58 crimes all of them in the Negro sections.
25 dollars .. so you'd better be cool and get rid of that The Reverend Theodore Gibson,stated that he, too, thoughtthat
gun, cause the life you save, might be your own, as the saying the police chief had made inflammatory statements.He said t. 4
goes. You dig? that Headley was not a racist. But Father Gibson cited one of
the many causes of downtown crimes here as the upheaval of
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Regina Jollivette Frazier families for the expressway building, with many people livingin
the streets."
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Jim Keene But the young Negroes wanted to be heard, too, and a loud
howl was sounded for a voice from them.Then Bernard Dyer, j
VIP OF THE WEEK: Joe Pogue executive director of the Liberty City Community Council,
shouted "Mr. Mayor, Mr. Mayor,* into the microphone. Said ,
MOTHER OF THE WEEK: Mrs. Winifred Kilpatrick he, "This meeting was called as a public meeting and the people
have not had a chance except those appointed leaders that
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Amelia Taylor and her hubby you have let get up here."
threw a wing-ding New Years Eve at their lovely home. It wasa Continued Mr. Dyer, "The problem that we have here in ,,.
swinger, and I hear tell that the party lasted til 6 in the Dade County is that the elected officials have taken the prerogative
ayem. I'm getting old and I went to bed as.soon as I saw the of saying who the leaders are. Soothsayers can hypnotize
year in. Former Count Basie Vocalist, Joe Williams, the you and cause you to lose sight of something that's be- '
golfer, called to say mis New Year's greetings to all in Miami. yond your control.' '
We will be in Nassau Jan. 14. to do a benefit show for a home .
for the underpriviledged children. Then he launched his attack onpolice Chief Headley, and \ :
said, "The solution to this problem is now further away thanit '
If you ever have to go to court for a traffic violation and was before the meeting. His get tough means the residentsof
Judge Mattie Bell Davis has your case, send somebody home the ghetto are going to get tough, too. The youths are goingto I, .
for your checkbook.Her honor is rough on the poor man's poc- have to get tough." i
ket book. She slapped a $15.00 fine on me with $5.00 more for Jimmie Chatmon, president of the Miami Chapter of the ,
court costs cause I went under a yellow light . Par & Birdie Southern Christian Leadership Conference, was anxious to be t: 1
Club will meet at Coach James Everett's home Saturday nightat heard inbehalf of youths. He said, "Let's talk in terms of the
8. He lives at 2495 NW 55th Terrace . About that Humane basic causes of crime. We have got tohave jobs. We have got r .. i
Society story I promised you. ..It seems Pve got to do some to have better housing. We have got to have equality.We have r.,. ? <11
checking to let you know who gets your dog dough and where it got to have one America. There is nothing that can beat crime : .' : .
and but the people not trained dogs that's liable to attack .:..
goes. I have spoken to a few of our County Commissioners any .r .
and they are not happy about the policies or practices of our child."
one and only dog society.The County has a contract with them, The Reverend Thedford Johnson, who had given the invoca- ay c
it seems, and have received many complaints of dogs being tion at the meeting, said, "U you people here don't want the /1'
picked up who have I.D.tagsand not one has been notified that policemen and the dogs on your beat, you can send them all
the dog has been pick up. Do they let someone else acbpt your to my place."
dog if you do not know enough about the situation to call them But Father Gibson, did not mince his words in regard to
ask if your dog is there. In the meantime, they slap you witha other crimes in which he thought the police should be inter- ai:
bill fr boarding the pooch at a dollar a day plus any inocu- ested too. He said that the police should concentrate on bottleg
lations they want to give the dog. I paid $3.00 for 2 days and whisky sales in the Negro areas on Sunday morning. "Which,"
for a shot that my dog had j jst had a week before I still owe he said, "Is a plague as big as anything we are talking about
his doctor for. If a dog has a collar and I. D. on, I think that this morning." ( t

they feel it is a good bet that the owners will pay to get him Continued Reverend Gibson, "The dope traffic also has got
back. The County says that they donjt; see any of this money, to go. Let's close down the numbers (bolita) shops. I'm sure
they just get the money on tags sold. . Will let you know how we will see a lot of squirming around."
this turns out. That is it for this week . til the next one . Gibson also denounced lawyers who get people out on bail Classic knit casuals
LIVE LIFE EVERY! GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE. on first degree murder and other serious charges. Said he, nylon
"The lawyers get these criminals out on bond and say to them,
all right, get my fee.This community should be knowledgeableto BAN-ION SHIRTS
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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 5, 1968 11

Publishers Plan Winter

Workshop In Nassau I;

Sixty members and their In addition to all this entertainment -
wives are expected to gatherin the Phillip Morris I
Nassau, Bahamas, January and Canada Dry companies are
18-21 for the annual Winter ,. maintaining hospitality suitesin
_:Shop of theNitlonal News, the hotel.
{ l paper publishers Association. The NNPA was personally
Scene of the meeting willbe the Invited to hold their meetingin
0 rg' fabulous Nassau Beach Hotel. Nassau this year by Pre-
% NNPA President John Mur- mier Pindling who met with the
) phy of the Baltimore Afro- group in Nassau last year the n
American, and Vice President same week in which his party
Garth C. Reeves of this news- : won political control of the is-
paper are coordinating a program lands. The workshop was held
for the publishers that in Miami last year with The
will be both informative and Miami Times as host paper.
entertaining. -- After the convention the group I
Registration for the work- JOHN MURPHY cruised to Nassau aboard the,
shop begins at 8;30 Thursday s. s. Miami for the weekend.
morning, January 18th with the free time for the publishers to
opening session at 9:3d: A noon make the popular nightclub Some publishers and their
luncheon will be hosted by the tour of the Island. wives are coming to Miami
.. Woolworth Company. The On Sunday afternoon the early enough to attend the
--- - afternoon workshop will be on manager of Paradise Island'Superbowl game in the Orange
Harry Belafonte/ left, who closed his appearance at the Hilton Plaza Hotel New Promotion and Circula- will entertain the publisherswith Bowl on January 14 and stay-

Year's Eve, Miami Beach's newest plush hotel, is shown meeting with Miami Com tion, and dinner that night will lunch and a beach party ing in Miami until Wednesday
missioner Athalie Range, Mrs. Be/afonfe/ and newly appointed Judge Donald wheeler be hosted by the Seven-Up Bot- at the world famous beach. before going to Nassau.VISITORS I Ic
Jones in the singer's suite. tling Co.
Belafonte/ accepted an appointment to the National Advisory Board of the Fridays workshop deals
Florida Memorial College and agreed to help in the development of the college pro with Editorial.Ata Coca-Cola
grams and goals. sponsored luncheon, Ar-
o thur Foulkes, member for,the
House of Assembly and Editorof
Frontiers Awards And Installation the Bahamian Times will
be the speaker. The afternoon
Friday At St. John Baptist ChurchThe workshop is on Advertising.
The Honorable Lynden O.
Pindling, Premier of the Ba-
Miami club of Frontiers tion, she helped to form as a outside club activities. hamas, will highlight the fri-
International will hold its An- pioneer the field of day care Officers for 1968 will be installed day dinner hosted by the Gulf
nual dinner meeting and installation and service to the elderly. at this meeting which Oil Company. The Bahamian
ceremony at St.John The Frontiers award, pre- begins with a dinner at 730 Government will host a cock-
Baptist Church 1328 NW 3rd sented this year is given for p.m. The new officers are: tail party before dinner,and '' ?
Avenue, Friday, January 5, at Robert Gaberiel, President; the hotel will entertain the k
730; p.m. Feature of the even- Daniel Johnson, First Vice publishers with a nite club
-in.?. will..-- bearecomitlonAward President; Charles C. North, show in the Colony Room after
Second Vice President; dinner.
Vernor A. Jackson,Recording The final business session I
1MISS !N What's Best For More Profits !
Secretary; Robert P. Young, ,
and will be held Saturday morning \,
Corresponding Secretary, and Mrs. Jesse and of AFB "
Sgt. Knight family Eglin , I
Oscar W. Weaver, Jr. Treasurer 9 o'clock, after which Pepsi-
Cola will host a buffet luncheonat Florida, were in Miami for the holidays visiting Mr. and

Speaker for the occasion poolside. Saturday night is Mrs. Theodore Evans of 4001 NW 5th'' Avende.,
will be "Pete" Peterson,former "I" I
Executive Secretary of
ALEXANDERas KILPATR1CK Kiwanis International. E. N.
Citizen of the Year to Miss the total accomplishment in Taylor is chairman of the arrangement -
Olive Alexander who recently -
life time service. Recognitionwill committee.The
retired as Executive Direc- meeting is to the public.
also be made of Frontier- NEW CARFINANCING
tor of James E. Scott Com- However, since it is a dinner
munity Association, after 33 man George WendelKilpatrick meeting, reservations shouldbe
years of dedicated and devoted merchant of Browns- made in advance.
service. Miss Alexander ville, for his tireless effortsin
began her helpful career as a creating a climate of good
volunteer during the great de- citizenship and respectable WantedTeenager
pression. She fought for first living for the people of his
class citizenship-for her peo- community -- The Frontier-
ple, sometimes almost alone man of the year award is given Shot
but aways unselfishlyShewon annually to the member who
recognition for the Associa serves best in his Community
By DeputyThe

.. Sheriffs Departmentsaid
:: i. that a deputy sheriff shot
: down on Saturday a youngster
When You : '. 'J wanted in a threemontholdshooting 1/2 % ;

... ,d' case. 4
'. '! Willie Gilmore, Jr., 18, of
Want GoodFRESH :: << ', 209 NW 31st St., was shot in ,
the back as he ran from Of-
_. .t,. ficer William K. Mickins at
Fish .il NW 207th St., and 34th Ave. 0.
Deputies said the youth drewa
knife on the officer. He was
Come Get It .'
reported in fair condition at
Jackson Memorial Hospital.The .
incident i started, of-

From The People Who ficers led into said a,U-Tote-Em when Mickins store pul- .+."... .

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

was told by patrons that
Smile Come to Gilmore had run into a school-
yard nearby when he saw the
officer coming.As .
QUALITYSEAFOOD Mickins left the store,
he saw and chased the youth

deputies and arrested said.Calling .him on vagrancy, Lincoln Is YOUR Bank. Use if.'

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January $, 196'8"'

Private, Detective Wounds and Captures. More Riots Seen This SummerEmployment

i Grocery Store Bandit experts calledin a consequence all employers, has been releasing piece-meal

Lancaster Thompson Is a the chest- side of his face,and car to the Jackson Memorial Washington to help find a including the government, testimony, and a full reportis
March 1.
sergeant with the American head then the bandit swift solution to racial distur- raised artificial standards of expected by
gave a Hospital, where his conditionwas
I'I't" Federation of Police, some- good beating with the butt of his 'pronounced satisfactory! bances, said they have foundno employment. This automati- A summar y of a report on
times In uniform, as security evidence that the summerof cally is a blow to Negro em-
When arrivedthe
gun. city police The security guard is now October 7 by Arthur Ross,
guard, but most of the time he bandit was captured.The saying to himself, "I hope 1968 will be any better than ployment, he said.It commissioner of labor statis-

is in business suit.LANCASTER robber, who was identi- some smart lawyerdoes'tgetthis 1967. is bovious that racial dis- tics, gaves a detailed statis-

fied by police as Walter Camp- man out on bond, and that crimination "is the ultimate tics on labor conditions in the

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

Paul Bullock of the University their slums.
. if thereis
.I. .J'it. : 1972 because I
r :'>>\' J"1 r'" of California, adding, "a
i '. much of anything that any- statistics show
\ The among
"." ,. : :.... ':, .. body can do about the riots of fronts truly us frightening in the low fact income co- other things, that it is twiceas
1968, they are pretty well hard for non-whites to find
of the urban North.The
in," Garth L. Magnum,George ghetto work than for whites; 15 of thelargest
;:::-T-f Washington University eco- civil rights measures at both metropolitan areas
I }A told the federal and state levels, have
nomic professor, whatever and account for one-third of U. S.
had no impact
President's Advisory Com- unemployment and 40 percent
have been almost totally Ir-
mission on Civil Disorders. of non-white
Joblessness non-
I"I relevant." ;
Ji'J white workers account for only

I Magnum testified at a recent After last summer's destructive '14 per cent of the civilian labor

closed commission hearing riots, the 11-man force in the 15 areas but
that "we have gone through a advisory commission was set the non whites represent 27
I long seres of gimmickry programs up to find causes of disordersand per cent of total unemploy-

because of our impa- to propose remedies. It ment.LIBCITY .
THOMPSON tience for instant success" in

creating summer Jobs.
Last Friday, in plain clothes
he held conversation with the
I There is no evidence, he
of the Food Fair
manager said that outside of
Jobs paid
store, 62nd Street 11th Ave- FIRST MIAMI RUN
for by the government throughthe
When the
nue. manager left
Neighborhood Youth Corpsor ORIYE Ih THEATRE
him for other business, a man
Civil Service "there has
walked up to Thompson and
said, "This is a holdup; open been one more person employed THIS MOTION PICTURE IS DEDICATED TO LIFE, LIBERTY AND

the door." than there" would other wise THE PURSUIT OF HAPPENINGS!
Sgt. Thompson told the been.

.. would-be bandit that he didn't
EliGinzburg economic
have the key. That was the key ,
professor at Columbia Uni- .
to the room where the safe is : [1 ;
kept. The robber then pressed -1 versity, another witness, said
"in the city of New York we
a .38 caliber pistol against the
have training slots for about
left side of his abdomen. The
metal --. 40,000 people where as we
pressureagainstthedetective's could use a quarter of a milliona t
stomach was hurting, Jackson Presents Barefoot In year."
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so he pushed the robber off. YI

The bandit then fired twice, "Much of the NewYorkCity

but each time the gun misfir- The Park program, both in the out of

ed.The school, Is attractive, althoughit
bandit then ran throughthe Barefoot in the Park by Neil Jackson High School has has severe limitations since

store, with Sgt. Thompson Simon will be presented Jan. been.noted for it's profession- many of the training slots are I T

in hot pursuit, with gun in 10, 11, and 12, at 830; p.m., alism in performances of recognized not leading anywhere," said
hand. The bandit turned to the in the Miami Jackson High plays such as:The Ex..Ginzburg.

detective and started to shoot School Auditorium, 1751 NW ception and the Rule, A RasenIntheSunandDino.V a

w again. The detective hid behind 36th St.The. Our
Despite some arguments to
a counter where the bandit shot '''admission is $.50 for school is known for excellencein the cotrary, he said there are ; ,.
at him five times without hitting students and $1.00 for adults. performance. The drama E
more people looking for jobs
his target. Tickets can be obtained from department claimed three of than there are jobs.He said as
When the bandit had emptiedhis any Thespian member or in the top awards at the National t.

first gun and started to use the school office. The play is Thespian Regional Confer-

another one, the detective shot sponsored by Miami Jackson ence.

him three times,hitting him in High's Thespians. popular broadway play and

The quality actors'and movie. It should prove inter-

actresses' that the Miami esting to compare high school GODFREY CAMBRIDGE SEVERN t HARDEN o DEIANEY w KOaijli.
Jackson Drama Departmenthas actors' and actresses' per-

has been out- formances with professional
Call produced
standing Recently these stu- actors' and actresses' in this .on TAIIIERNE8TBORININE R

dents won the University of hit.
xhi CHARLESROGERS Miami's best actress award

and Dade County's Silver
Members of the cast shownin .
d Knight Award in drama. HNMlLLS
the picture above are;David N1ituk :.1 ::

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.. AT PL 1-7502 This semester we are doinga Jennings and Eddie Louise

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A U. S. District judge In civil II> .
Jackson, Miss., sentenced workers. and Alton Wayne Roberts, a eral prison. by government in prose- $5,000 to $6,000.An .
white men prison last former Meridian night club The other three,Doyle Bar- cuting the case. all-white Jury convicted "-
seven Judge Harold
I Friday for terms ranging from the stiffest Cox meted out bouncer..Both.were sentencedto nette, 31, formerly of Meri- It was ruled by Cox that the the seven on Oct 20, of the
penalties to
three to 10 years for the 1964 H. Bowers Samuel 10-year terms, the maxi- dian; Jimmy Arledge, 30, a seven remain free on bond slaying of two New York white
lynch-mob murder of three Klux Klan leader Jr., alleged Ku mum penalty for the con- Meridian truck driver, and pending an appeal of the con- men, Michael Schwerner and
of Laurel.., spiracy charge on which they Jimmy Snowden, 34,a Meridian viction to the U, S, Fifth Cir- Andrew Goodman, and James
were tried. laundry truck driver, cuit Court of Appeals.Noticesof C ban e y, a Meridian Negro
Neshoba County Sheriff were given three years each. appeal have been submitted. The victims disappeared and
r Deputy Cecil Price and another Upon conviction, maximum The Judge raised the bond of their bodies were found about
i man, Billy Wayne Poseyof sentence was 10 years in prison Bowers and Roberts from two months later buried underan
Philadelphia were each sen- and-or a $5,000 fine under $5,000 to $10,000,and the bond earthen farm and pond dam
Ir r tenced to six years in a fed- the 1870 civil rights law used for Price and Posey from in rural Neshoba County


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16 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday,'JonuwT, 5; 1968. I


ru 'S"-- M'EM'O'R'IA'LS'" 'OEAT'HS' Mrs. Sarah Reed, 1450 NW 47th Eugene St., met Bullard an untimely of 1148 death NW

I" I Remains
.CAR' were 1 Ave shipped, died Dec.Friday 26. to Live Tuesday, Dec. 26. He is survived -
by his wife, Louise; a
for final rites.
Oak, Florida, son, Kim; two daughters,
survivors are four
Among and Elaine two brothers
Sherry ;
IN APPRECIATIONThe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe daughters, Mesdames Dan Bullard and Clif-
I'I't" Beatrice Ware, Nettie Perry,
family of the late loving memory of my hus- family of the late Gordie Thomas, Nancy Samp- ford Smith; a cousin, Harvey
band and beloved Joes. Funeral services we
our father, son; two sons, Ulysses and
I conducted Tuesday in l hoene-
CHARLES "DELL"WILLIAMS Lonnie i ; two sisters, Mes-
zer Methodist Church.
dames Viola Strickland,
Janice Moore one brother,
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who passed away Dec. West Moore; 30 grands, 25 John Howard of 1228 NW 62
wish to thank B. R. CORNELL LAID great- grands, nieces and Ter., died recently.He is sur-
friends for flowers REST nephews. vived by his mother, Elouise
visits and other acts his wife Annie; eleven children
that was mortal of Mrs.
ness shown during Roberts Cornell was :Luther Houston, jr., 1202 two sisters, Mesdames

of sorror. laid to rest.saturday,, NW 64 St.,died Dec. 27.Among Lucille i Miller, and Mary

Special thanks to 30, in Lincoln Memorial survivors are his widow, Stokes; five brothers, James,

ward Ferguson, pastor k, following an 11 a.m. Thelma; mother, Mrs. Bessie Richard, Herbert, Benjaminand
lar Missionary Wright; two sons, Joe and Len- Honza. His remains were
r v Ice at Greater Bethel
.... Church for his Church. onard. Funeral services were shipped Friday to Mt. Plea-

EUGENE LINDSAY words of eulogy, Cornell, a native of held Tuesday !in the chapel. sant, S. C. for final rites.

MRS. CORA ANDERSON Curry, Usher Board West and widow of the late Louis Jackson,Jr., 1331 NW
who of St. Paul AME and Elmo Nathaniel Cornell, 65 St., died Dec. 31 Survivors Mrs. Susie Brown of 601 NW
affectionately called "Doll," 1966.departed this life Jan. 3, Williams Funeral the daughter of the late include two sisters, Mes- 67th St., died recently. She is

is forever grateful for all expressions and Mrs. James D. dames, Hattie Sanders, Della survived by her husband, Ar-
"We cannot and will
rendered them dur- say we Mrs. Aramenthia ber ts, Sr., prominent Robinson, nieces and nephews. thur; four sons, Samuel, Mc-
not that he is dead he is
ing their bereavement. We Just say mother and the citizens of Key West. Funeral services Saturday, 3 Arthur, and Frank Brown and
shall forever cherish the acts away. Withacheerysmileand family. passed quietlyand p.m. in the chapel. Thomas Berkley; three daugh-
a wave of the hand he haswandertd
of kindness, in the,sending of into the Great Be- ters, Helen Morris, Margie
: cards, telegrams, and the use into an unknown on the afternoon of Dec. Mrs. Dorothy Holiday, 322 Redman and Delores: three
land. And left us dreaming how IN NW 16 Ter., died Dec.29. Fun-
of the cars. The flowers were brothers Winfield Jessie and
as the res Ide n c e of her ,
numerous, your visits were very fair. It needs must" be In sad, but loving and son-in-law, Mr. eral services Saturday p.m. Nil Berkley; tnree sisters,
most appreciative. To all the since he lingers there. of our dear son and Mrs. Charles Gooding,Jr in the chapel. Among survi- Catherine, Geneva and Zeila

ministers from far and near, NW 44th St. vors are two daughters Mes- Harris i ; ten grandchildren.
and especially Rev.Dukes who Mrs. Violet Lindsay, wife Ing her activeyears dames pearl Carter, Louise Funeral services were con

as her constant guide came and children. Cornell was engaged in Seay; five granddaughters; 3 ducted Jan. 3, at 2:00 p.m. in

from Madison to deliver the community, religious, grandsons; five great grands. the chapel.

eulogy. Many thanks to the director IN MEMORIAMIn educational work. Mrs. Willie Mae Sutton,

,-- Victor J. Bain of organized and operated 2525 NW 160 St., died Dec.31. Mrs. Sinnie Mae Cason of
of the devoted
Bain's Funeral Home and his husband memory and father first accredited kinder- Among survivors are one 6000 NW 15th Ave.,Apt.4 died

efficient staff, for a service in the Liberty City area daughter, Gloria; one sister, recently. She is survived by

well performed. Miami. Mrs. Cornell also Mrs. Allen; one brother, her husband, James. Funeral

The Anderson Family and directed over a James Coy; nieces and services were conducted
.rSa. period of years the Mary nephews. Arrangements! are Tuesday, Jan. 2, at 11:00: a.m.

t .... c Evangelistic Circle, incomplete.Otis in the chapel.
IN MEMORIAMIn organization in which child-

fond memory of and youths were trained in Smith, 1538 NE 152nd Mrs. Mercy Ramsey of 1348
doctrine and principles of Ter., North Miami, died Dec. NW 4th Ave., died in Jackson
and right living. 30. Among his survivors are Hospital She is survived by a

.l Cornell was employed wife, Georgia; five daughters, son, Lawrence Minnis; eight
.I many years by the School Mesdames, MarieWhipper, i grandchildren, Irvin and Milton
HERMAN T. stem of thestatehaving Corine Williams, Maggie Rolle, Leroy,Walter and Myr-
g h t in Jacksonville, Key Rudisell, Ola Scott, Clara Nor- tis Simmons, Juanita Major,

who departed this life Ocala, Gainesville and man; one sister, Mrs. Lelia Annie and Polate Cunningham.
) 1966. other schools Rantz; two sons-in-law; 25 Funeral services will be conducted -;

DEACON J. CARLE CAPERS There's an open gate the state of Florida. grandsl2greatgrands.Funeral ; Satruday, Jan. 6,'1:00
.i' end of the road Cornell's educational services Saturday, Jan. 6 p.m. in Temple Baptist.

Y who departed this life Jan. 5, Through which each included attendance at 1:00 p.m. Friendship Baptist.
1967 alone. State Normal School at John W. Everett. Jr., of

There is an open gate at the And there in a light we (now known Mrs. Juanita Morgan Cham- :Lancaster, California, died at
end of the road see (FAMU); high school gradu- bers, Princeton, Fla, died Veteran's Hospital.Among his
Through which each must go Our Father claims family'w; from Edward Waters Jan. 1. Among her survivors survivors are wife, Evelyn.
graduation from a friend Mrs.Ruth Woods. Remains to
alone Beyond the gate our ; were shipped Lancaster -
And there is a light we cannotsee Finds happiness and Memorial College and Funeral services Satruday, for final rites.
And there is comfort studies at Hampton Jan. 6, 10:00: a.m. in Naranja,

Our Father claims his own Thought Hampton, Va. Fla. Mrs. Elouise Wilmot of 1596

DONALD ROLLE Beyond the gate your love one : That a loving God was afaithful'anddevout NW 54 St., died Dec. 20. She
finds happiness and rest. m b e r of Greater Bethel Mrs Georgia Mae Mc- is survived by one sister. Fun-

who died January 6, 1965. And there is comfort in the Murray Taylor and Church,where she held Queen, 1801 SW 44th Ave.died eral services will be conducted -
thought in the Missionary Dec. 31. Among survivors are Saturday, Jan. 6, 3:30: p.m.

May he rest in peace and That a loving Father knows and served as chair- husband, Roscoe; father Elize in the chapel.
light perpetual shine on him. best. IN of the art department of Moble; three daughters, De-
In loving memory of State Missionary group. loris, Ella Mae, Carol; four King James Witt of 5018 NW

Josephine Coleman, a dear Mrs. L. Capers, wife band, also served as secretary sons, Roscoe, Jr., Daniel 31st Ave. died recently.He is
friend and other friends. John and Jeroline and Mrs. the Deaconesses Board. Raymon, Izell; four sisters, 3 survived by his widow, Inez; a
Annie R. Rolle, children she resided in Key brothers Funeral services daughter, Mrs. Annie Ruth
Mrs. Roslie Webb, sister I s t she was awarded a Sunday, 200 p.m. Gethsmane Smith; 12 grandchildren; one

IN MEMORIAMIn James Baker, brother.IN license as a local Baptist Church, West Holly- sister, Alberta Hills;three
at Bethel. wood. brothers, Pope and James Witt
include one and John Boykin. Funeral services -
of the lateJAMES
memory MEMORIAMIn } Mrs. NaomiCornell Mrs. Barbara Jean Leverity will be conductedSaturday -

; a son-in-law, Chas. Davis, 775 NW 67th St., died Jan. 6th, 12:00: noon in
memory of our beloved ing, Jr.; two brothers, Dec. 27. Among survivors are Emanuel Church of the Naza-

t'r daughter""'-and sister, .---- D. Roberts, Jr., for- husband Cyril; three sons,
'" of Key West, and Ers- Cyril, Gergory, George, Jr.; rene.Mrs.. Fannie Garland of 527

I rr r i A. Roberts, formerly of one daughter, Tammy; five SW6 Ter., Homestead, died on
D. C., now of Mi sisters, Mesdames,Catherine Dec. 30. She is survived by a
one s 1st e r Mrs. Irene Barn Jean Clark
I ; ,Goldie Mul- daughter, Ida M. Robinson; a
Il. of Miami two sis- lins Johnnie
; M. Leverity, son Roy; four grandchildren;
l. w Mesdames Lottie Juanita Williams
; father,Johna four step-grandchildren; four
Skinner and Flossie dear friend
George Jarett.
G P sisters, Nancy Garland,Willie
Salincer of New York Funeral services Saturday Hutchinson, Georgia Richardson -
two godchildren, several 200; p.m. New Bethel Baptist. and Grace Moore a bro-
JAMES HARRIS nephews, and a host of ther, Robert Childs. She will
relatives and friends.
May he rest in peace. of God, well done! CARDOF THANKSThe lie mains in repose will be shipped Thursday.Friday Re -,
from thy loved
Irene Harris battle to Concord, Ga., for final
fought the
FamilyIN vict'ry family of the late rites.

I thy Master's joy." ALFRED WALKER

departed this life Dec. 31, I IN MEMORIAMIn
1951. MRS GLORIA JACKSON IN MEMORIAMIn this method of expres-
Gone but not forgotten. sing heart-felt thanks to the sad but loving memory
who departed this life on Jan. loving memory of my hus- neighbors and friends for of my darling husband and father -
In sad but
1 loving
1966. cards
leg ra m s floral ,
Mr. and Mrs.Alex Cromartie of ,
our darling mother
Gone, but never forgotten. pieces and other
parents JAMES H. BAIN expressions
sympathy. DAVID K. BAIN
julia Blake, grandmother, LOUISE ,
Mrs. Clifford Hill mother M. Special who
thanks passed to the
I >> Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Williams Mr. John Hill who departed this life, departed this life Jan. 7. and to the pastor great beyond -
aunts stepfather members of Temple Bap- Jan. 3, 1965. Sleep on
r 1964.
Mrs Willodene Robinson tist dear
one and take
to rest
Mr. Tukes, uncleA sister Gone, but not missed by all. Funeral the Range we laved your ,
host of other relatives and but not forgotten. Home you but Jesus -j/al:
Mrs. Harriett Holt, sister you best.
friends. and Sadly missed by the
Family Mrs. Eva Sadly
Family Delancy, mother missed by the family.

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f4 18); THE' MIAMITIMES, ,'lt Friday: ::1WJu & 196t d. ';

,. ".... .<. ., .\ I Ford Gives $230,000 For

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: ; x! Ford Foundation this There for work Is an in obvious the same and spec-field.- politian cooperation Applied with the Research Metro-

t : week announced $230,000 Center in New York which is

: iL/ : grant training for a Negro program ministerial in urban ial opportunity here for Negrb and responsibility clergy-- directed 1 by Dr. Kenneth B.

: leadership to be conducted in men, and it seems to us clear Clark.
that Dr The seminars cover
fifteen cities of the North and beyond argument
: c crsi'. \ SL Martin Luther King and his associates more than forty subjects suchas
the Southern ChristIan
South by -
of the civil
are qualified to give the history
unusual leadership in educa- rights movement, urban sociology
At the same time, the Foun-
economics urban renewal -
tional work with members of ,
dation announced a $522,200
housing, employment,
grant to the National Catholic this group.
This grant therefore is fora small business development,
Conference for I In te r r a c fa I
specific set of educational and government antipoverty
Justice for a national programto
activities, and not for general programs Participants
influence equal employment receive study and reference
of the Southern
3n (dhurrlf! 'un ayI firms policies that among do business commercial with Christian support Leadership Confer- materials for use in continu-
tt Inu churches.In ence as a whole. Dr. King and ing education activities in

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

I Fr. Theodore Gibson, rector "The grant to the Southern But Dr. King and the participation from other
Antoinette Silva, reporterWe Christian Leadership Founda- SCLC have a standing among sources. The ministers who
For New Friendship Baptist to have the seminars will be
were delighted tion is for educational work American Negroes, a passionate complete
the Rev. and Mrs. Austin R. among Negro ministers.Re- commitment to non-vio- assisted when they return to

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

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

our efficient pastor, so at sing hymns together. Please Year's Day at the 6:30: a.m. earlier grants to other groups ment, an outstanding instru- economic development,
this time we invite our many come out and help us shovel, service. ment for this particular edu- housing, political processesand
;i" friends to our ground break- we need you. The fellowshipwill The Episcopal Church- CHRISTIAN cational effort." voter registration, wel-
.. ingceremonies of the New be wonderful. We expectan women and members of the The grant to the Southern fare, education, and legal services -
Friendship Missionary Bap- enjoyable evening.Our congregation were guests of FELLOWSHIP Christian Leadership Founda- The educational effort
tist Church, January 7,at 3;00 Fr. and Mrs. Gibson on Sunday tion, a fiscal arm of SCLC, is began with the seminars will
p.m., corner NW 58th St., and get well wishes to Deacon afternoon. Mrs. Gibson was a Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor the fourth within the last yearto continue through local retreats -
"7th Ct. The service i will be R. D. Williams inJackson gracious hostess as those Mary L. Nixon, reporter major Negro organizations. local seminars, and

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

Rev. C. J. Burney will also the brother-in-law of Gibson, co-chairman of the denominational bills was pre- people, and for a program in the twentyfive in the United
present the ministers and Art Deacon George Butler, Ser- buffet dinner held lor studentsof sented to the pastor and Rev. Cleveland of the Congress of States with Negro populationsof
Green, will present our civic, vices will be held Saturday, at the International Council fora Felder. Many thanks to the Racial Equality. more than 100,000.

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

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

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

) TEMPLE BAPTIST DRAKE MEMORIAL enjoyed themselves and are Rev. S. O. Tanner will deliver ship training for urban pro- body of Negro ministers after
w , looking forward to next year's. a sermon on the third grams in such fields as edu- the Montgomery, Alabama bus
First Sunday service will be Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastorA Sincere sympathy is extended Sunday in this month at 300; cation, housing, employment, boycott. It has advocated non-
as usual with the Lord's Sup- Happy New Year to all our to the Wildgoose family p.m. Everyone Is invited to and b u s i n e s s opportunities.The violent protests by ministersand
per being administeredduringthe members and friends. Our whose daughter Katherine was come out and take a par lathe seminars will be offeredfor their followers to achieve

morning andeveningandthe watch night service wasa funeralized on Saturday and to services. five days semi-annually in civil rights goals.JORDAN .
choirs singing Jointly. spiritual blessing i to all who Mrs. Pearl Stirrup whose aunt
Members are urged to start attended. passed in Jacksonville ST. PAUL AME ----

the New Year right by attend- The Juniors wish to thank GAMBLE MEMORIALElder GROVE

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

ing after a Christmas visit to Deacon and Sister Richard Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor us start the New Year Nathaniel Thomas, reporterNew Eddie Gilbert, reporterThe

Nassau Bahamas, were Dea- Clements were not with us on Happy New Year, may 1968 off by attending church allday Gamble Memorial, will General Conferencewill
cons A, J. Hanna and Alfred and don't love have its ground breaking ser- be held Thursday night.
the West
Sunday, they were on bring you b 1 e s s i n g s,happiness Sunday forget
Dean, Mrs. G. Tinker Mrs. C, Coast attending the funeral of and prosperity. feast Friday at 8-.00: p.m. vices, January 21, at 3:00: p.m. All members are expectedto
Rolle, Mrs. M. Hamilton and their relatives.The Sunday, Jan.7,the first Sun- Plan now to have dinner with on the corner of 43rd St. and be present Thursday night
Miss Elsie Douglas.Mrs. to the Workers 19th Avenue. The for the annual election.
men are working day, there will be communionall Willing Board guest speaker -
Florence Hepburn, ward's Men's Day,please help day, joint choirs and ushers Sunday, Jan. 7, in the annex. will be the Rev.C.J. Cohen, Visitors are always welcome -
president of the Missionary them in their project. will serve all day. They are planning a wonderful pastor of A.M. Cohen Temple, to worship with us. We
Society, is convalescing from Don't forget Scout and Cub Choirs One and Two and the dinner for you. Superintendent of the South expect to see you in church

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

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

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

church. Donation one dollar. to come out a little earlier their report 100%. Board of the Churches of God Robert Walker, pastorAn
The Missionary Society will NEW PROVIDENCE A 1 11 l officers and membersare
on Sunday morning. We beginat In Christ both National and International Invitation is extended to
sponsor its annual New Year asked to attend the first
dinner this Saturday at the Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor 9:30 a.m. Bishop E. D. all to come out and worship
Arsula Edwards, reporterThe Our prayers go with all our official board meeting og the Johnson, and State Supervisor with us at the regular hourson
home of Mrs. Isaiah Arnet, Lords Supper will be returning college students. year, Jan. 9, at 8:00 p.m. at GQssie Ga mble I of Eastern Sunday. We are a newly organized -
NW 16th Terrace, from noon which time all Stewards will
served Sunday in our evening Special prayers for Sister Zil- Florida. church located at 4952
until Donation .
? $1.00.Temple's be and trustees
worship. for Rolle in Jackson Hospital, appointed NW 27th Avenue.
No. One Choir will Woodard Building room 416. elected. The second Sunday in Feb-
Prayer meeting each Tues- For interested persons,
be host to the Interdenominational Our sympathy to Sister Remember our sick and uary, at 3:00 p.m. the annual
all Bible
day, at 7:30: p.m. Asking Class is held on Wed. -
Choir UnionMondaynight members to attend.Consecration Geraldine Miles in the deathof shutins and say a special Influence Services will get nesday, at 7 p.m.ANTIOCH.
Jan. 8. hour ofprayer her brother Arthur Albury. prayer for their recovery. underway. Everyone is wel-

each Sunday morning, at 5:00: Also to Sisters Harriet In- come to attend. Mrs. Willie L.

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN graham and Pauline Coakley. ST. JAMES AMEWe Norris, president. M. B.

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

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

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

at 8:00: p.m. Sponsors are the sick and shut-ins. and December-ites would like hope that each and Sunday.
Blossoms of Liberty, and the Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor to thank you for your support. everyone of you will have
directors are Mr.and Mrs. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur GREATER ST. lUKE Mrs. Sadie Dean, chairmanand very prosperous and full New
Harold: Higgs. monthly conference, tonight January- will need Year. CENTERVILLA

We are urging all membersto (Thursday), at 7:30 p.m. Rev. O. Taylor, pastor everyones full support to begina KINDERGARTEN
make an effort to be present The church's anniversary, Eula McNeal, reporterThe great year for St. James. On the third Sundaythe 5861 NW 17th AVENUE
each first Sunday of the month. Jan. 14, at 300; p.m. pastor reminds everyone The party given by Usher Ushers' Federation Associa-
II''> Let us make this first communion Male Chorus anniversary, that this week Is business Boards No. 1,2, and 3,broughtus tion will convene at New Macedonia CERTIFIED PERSONNELHOT

r service of the year a Jan. 21, at 300; p.m. week, and Wednesday night Is closer together for better Deacon E. Ramsey, LUNCHES
I memorable one.Thepastor. Our Youth Day, will be the! our weekly conference. fellowship. T o Mr. and Mrs. president.On PICKUP SERVICE

extends second Sunday in February., Everyone is most cordially invited Louis Sparks; "Thank you for the fourth Sundaywe will REGISTER: NOW
words of appreciation to all Remember the sick, shut-. to attend and worship being wonderful I host and observe our second annual
who helped to make our ins, our pastor bereaved 1 with us.Remember. hostess" Homecoming all day. The 691-1196 OR 636-3302
candlelight service a success families and those lathe armed to pray for the Take tim' to worship this speakers and program will be Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup.
services. sick and shut-ins. New Year! given at a later date.


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Deport 80 Striking ... ''f.- -.- .':'; Sidney Aronovitz Heads Little HUD,

Migrant- farm Workers Henry Arrington Vice Chairman .

, More than 80 sugar field mi- less wages than they had pre- At their first meeting last the Metro Commission to help added"people that programs the day was over -
grant workers were brought viously agreed for. Wednesday, Metro's Little the new Deparment Housing when could "crank a
board members and Urban Development. It Is you
bus to Miami International HUD advisory bulldozer knock at a door and I
Airport Tuesday night for de- During the strike about 125 elected a chairman and were patterned after the federal to "
ready move.
portion to Jama lea after a lawmen were called to the told they had "unlimited po agency of the same name.
wage dispute in Pahokee. scene, Including palm Beach tentiality" to help the community The board will evaluate all
Sheriff's riot squad, Belle programs prepared by Haley
palm Beach County law en- Glade Police Department and Attorney Sidney Aronovitz, Sofge, director of Little HUD, 'Carver I
forcement officials said the state troopers from Pahokee. a former Miami city commissioner and recommendations to .
men were "troublemakers"and There was no violence author- was elected chairmanof County Manager Porter Homer -
would be sent back to their ities said. A group of boys came down the seven-member board by and the commission.The Ranches
homes. from Bordentown,N.J., to Fort receiving the highest numberof board had unlimited 1 ---

Kent Spriggs, director of The 52 workers arrested Lauderdale to play in the votes. potentiality" Homer said, and News
South Florida Migrant Legal were charged with unlaw- Coastal League games held Aronovitz received three of placed Its mission "second By, WoileT&owelThe
Service reportedly said they ful assembly.One man was reported there last week. the seven votes, and Attorney only to that of the county commission -

were being deported because arrested for inciting a Among the boys were Henry Arrington, Elizabeth concerning the long- VFW Post No.8195 will
they were unwilling to accept riot. Morris Rooker, 13, son of Lee Virrick, Leon Levin and term liveability of the area. hold its regular meeting Sun-
substandard wages. Workers were loaded on Ross Rooker whose mother Jerome Greene, got one each. "We need yourhelpguidance l day, January 7 1, at 5 p.m. All
buses at gunpoint and broughtto still lives at 1895 NW 55th St. The other members are Mrs. criticism and a kick Ic: members, please be present.
During a labor dispute Miami, Spriggs said. They Morris is a member of the Dana Dorsey Chapman and the pants if needed," Homer The Carver Ranches Fire
Tuesday morning 58 cane cut- are entitled to a hearing before Elks Chargers, the team that George Reed. Mrs. Chapman told the board. "We don't have Department will hold its regu-
deportation he claimed. was picked to represent the all the "
ters were arrested and hauledto replaced Dr. Royal Puryearwho answers. lar meeting every Monday
Pop Warner Team at the Plan was re moved from the He said officials in Wash- night at 8:00 Membersare
Palm Beach County jail. p.m.
tation Bar in Ft. Lauderdale. board because he was not a ington, in c 1 u din g Pres lent urged to be present. Wal-
The two colored boys in the Dade County resident. Johnson, would be watching
Between 300 and 400 men, ter Blatch, president.Mr. .
at one time, milled around the group were Max Stevens and A former member of the Mi- closely to see what happens In Carl Reion of New York
of Sugar Growers Cooperative Rooker. They were chaperoned ami Housing AuthorityAr- Dade because the Little HUD City was here visiting his
camp of Florida just off by Mr. William Chatman rington won the run-off for Idea Is the first ever tried on family, Mrs. Etta Gillins and
and Louis E. Alexander, bothof vice chairman. the local level. Sofge said that
Route 441 between Belle Glade Mr. and Mrs.Walter Bowe.Her
Bordentown. They lived at Little HUD was created by the board would be working left on
and pahokee, and refused to the Governors'club Hotel Sunday

work. during their stay, and said the
hospitality was the greatest to

men According were asked to Spriggs to work, the for be Young found.Rooker came to Mi- mite Mill of JIf tti1}

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WINTER PROGRAMBallet @(2 C ((1C1[ (; l-iurrlalting Armory\

Minnie Blake, Princess It II ((/; of RInn
Captain of Mt. Sinai Guild No. Class Miss Kitty
Kemp, Saturday 10:00 11:00 and hi,il reper
Two Heroines Templar Crusade J" __
d. was honored at her a.m. Fee $1.00 per lesson or 3flcrinVeCollege,Ntwut
Guild's annual Christmas $4.00 per month.There will be '
party with a state at large de. recitals periodically. ( I IIb.

puty's commission.The GPCB Membership required. .... -
Louis Rolle made the presentation Trimnastics .. Mrs Bettye
The session was filled Wiggs, Wednesday 8:00: 9:00:
with heart felt congratulation p.m., Saturday 11:30: a.m. -
12:30 Fee $1.00 les-
messages for this leader who : p.m. per
has worked hard to put her son. Membership required ( listed the names Churches and Pastors who are upto date
in their pledges and to the FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE
pr guild on top. The affair took $5.00 per year. payments
I looked around for a New place at the home of Mr. and Baton Class,Saturday 11:30 Building Fund.)
Year's Card Mrs. Strachan, 1044 NW 63rd a.m. 12:30 p.m. Fee.50per ST. MARY BAPTIST CHURCH (Bradenton) Rev. R. Hammond
That I could send to you St., and was very well attended. lesson. Membership required MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. W. A. Rogers
But I couldn't find a singleone Piano lessons- Miss Bobbie NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. E. I. Norman
Minnie Blake P.C., andB. Reaves, Saturday 1:00: 4:00 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Tallahassee) Rev C. K. Steele '
That somehow seemed to do. Louis Rolle G.P.C. p.m. Fee $1.00 per lesson. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. L. W. Goram '

They didn't what I Membership required.Sewingbeginner EBENEZER BAPTIST CHURCH (Hallandale) Rev. 0. W. Foster
wanted to say MRS. ROLLE I. G. ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Ormond) Rev. J. T. Tanner
(thought I could say do it better.So RETURNS FROM Ahans Thursday: 10:30 a.m. ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH (Belle Glade) Rev. J. B. Adams
I decided not to send a ST. LOUIS MEETB. 12:00: p.m. Fee.50perlesson DAYSPRING BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. C. A. Weaver
card or even write a let Membership required. FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH (Clewiston) Rev. L. H. King
ter Louis Rolle,Grand Prin- Charme ExtravaganzaDeeLawrence SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. C. Sams

And I would feel that some. cess captain of the Hattie C. Tuesday 7:00-8:30 MT. CANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev. J. S. Young ..
thing had been left undone Dandridge Grand Guild p.m. Fee $5.00 for 8 weeks SIXTH AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH (Pensacola) Rev R. L. Hill .
Heroines of Templar Cru- Culminating In a Fashion NEW MT. MORIAH BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. A. L. Shipp
Were I to overlook this opportunity sades of the state of Florida Regatta "Make up-hair- SPRINGHILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Gainsville) Rev. T. D. Davis .
of thankingyou (prince Hall affiliation) has 1 dress." ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH (Liberty City) Rev. P. W. Wiggins
recently returned from St. Modern Jazz Dance Day to TEMPLE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. L. A. Thompson
For yourbusiness you have Louis, Missouri, where she' be announced. Fee $1.00 per MT. OLIVETTE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev I. C. Mickins
given me in the past met with International Grand' session. Membership requir- SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. P. J. Curry
officers of the Crusades and 1 ed. ST. LUKE BAPTIST CHURCH Miami Williams
Your patronage has been ( ) Rev. P. W.
very much appreciatedAnd Gyrenes. Bridge lessons-day to be FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (Bunche Park) Rev. W. J. Macon
Grand Master Sir Luther announced as soon as eight FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHPine
I hope to serve you in Lauderdale) Rev. C. V. Ford
the future. Wanzer of the Grand Encamp people register. Membership MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. E. T.Graham
'Sol I say, HAPPY HEW ment, Knights Templar pre- required. MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. 0. Albury
YEAR to you and to you sided. If there are any persons interested NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Hollywood) Rev. H. W. Wright
my sincerest wish wI! not Mrs. Rolle reports a worth- in any of the following GREATER NEW BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. K. SmithNEW
true unless the Hew Year while and satisfying session. please notify the YWCA PROVIDENCE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. J. Burney I
brings happiness to you. She was Florida's sole repre 634-2651, millinery, painting,, NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. W. E. Sims
May God Bless All of sentative. The session con- knitting, handicrafts, bridge, SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH (Homestead) Rev. K. L. McGriff
You. cerned an Imminent merger modern jazz dance,flower design MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH (Orlando) Rev. N. G. Staggers '
From: between the appointed female 1 golf, and tennis. PHILADELPHIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. J. W. Johnson
Mrs Alberta Andersonof groups both of whom work: All the above courses will ABYSCNIA BAPTIST CHURCH (Jacksonville) Rev. B. L. WynnST.
Anderson's Beauty Shop under the protection of the be offered when! enough peo- MARK BAPTIST CHURCH (Miami) Rev. C. Wade

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

ST. MARTHA BAPTIST CHURCH (Oak Hill) Rev. E. L. Merrick

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


The above /list/ covers the State of Florida
FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE (now under construction at
.1 Specialize in All Case rfork PHONE: Area Code 912-745-6475
NW 156th St. & LeJeune Rd.)

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, January 5, 1968 21 '

Spearing with....... Humphrey Hazelton, Atkins

Head Courier RC All Americans \ "

Twenty-two of the nation's men Nolan Smith, Kansas City Bethea, both 265, the defense McDaniels, Miss. Valley. H'-
.w premier football players will Chiefs, and Lem Barney, De- averages 245 pounds from end Back. Edward Tomlin, Hamp-
BY HARRY SPEAR be honored Jan.,5 at toe fourth troit Lions and veterans Willie to end. ton, F'Back.
annual New Pittsburgh Richardson Baltimore The offensive and defensive Alfred Beauchamp

Courier Royal Crown Cola Sherman Plunkett, New York platoons. Southern, End.Harry Sharper,
L. A. RAMS vs. CLEVELAND BROWNS SUNDAYThe All-American Awards Ban- Jets.The John Eason, Fla.A&M, End. Va. State, End. Claude Hum-

quet. Festivities will be held awards are made annu- Elmo Maples, Southern, End. prey, Tenn. State, Tackle.
runnerups of their divisions play at the Orange Bowl at the Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel. ally inmemory of Galimore Tommy Funches, Jackson, Carlton Dabney, Morgan,Tackle -
this coming Sunday, Jan. 7. The Rams were defeated by the and William Kindricks Ala.
The team, selected by Farrington key players on Tackle. Arthur Shell, Md. ,
packers for the Super Bowl playoff championship, a match of sports writers, coaches, and the 1963 Chicago Bears NFL State Tackle. Henry Davis, A&M, Guard. Robert Reeves,
this type should outdraw the 58,088 who watched Baltimore defeat professional football scouts, championship team who were Grambling, Guard. Willie S. C. State, Center. John Outlaw

the Philadelphia Eagles 20 14 last January. The Rams is comprised of players from killed in an automobile acci- Banks, Alcorn, Guard. David Jackson, Def. HB. Major
will work out at Miami-Dade Junior College and the Browns the nation's 56 predominantlyNegro dent prior to the start of the Snead, Tuskegee, Center. El- Hazelton, Fla. A&M, Def. HB.
will work at the Miami Stadium, starting 10:00 a.m. Sundays 1964 Robert Atkins Grambling
colleges. season. dridge Dickey, Tenn. A&T, ,
appearance will be the first for the Rams. The Browns have Highlights of the banquetwill Of the 22 super stars selected Q'Back. Charles Williams, Def. HB. and Daryl Johnson,

played here twice. Tickets can be obtained at the University of Include presentation of the to the 1967 offensive and defensive Ark. A M& N, H' Back. David Morgan, Def. HB.
Miami Downtown Ticket Office S. E. First Street the
and national championship trophyto teams, 21 are seniors.
Orange Bowl Gate 7. Kick off time is 1:45
p.m. Morgan State College of The only j junior is Robert .. ." .' ,
Reeves 240-pound center ...'. I'
BOWL HANDICAP Baltimore and recognition of ,j{ .. "
from South Carolina State.
Eddie Robinson of Gramblin
College, Grambllng, La., as Five members of this year's )::
number of the area's leading stakes winners have been "Coach of the Year." team also made the 1966 All- '" :
nominated for Saturday's renewal of the m' ,.:.
$20,000 added Orange Individual awards will go to America squad.Repeaters. 'f',
Bowl Handicap at Tropical Park. The mile and one sixteenth Claude Tennessee are Eldridge ,". 'jt
Humphrey, ;&
prelude to the$50,000 added Tropical Park Handicap on clos- State University Nashville, Dickey, Tennessee-State .j. "
ing day Is open to three-year-oldsandoldand has often serv- "lineman of the year;" Major quarterback who has made the
ed to mark the winter debuts of South Florida's brightest tooruuguuieu team th "
r e e straight
_"_ "'_,,,A tar Hazelton, Florida A&MUni- years ; .
: s s John Eason Florida At Mend ,
versity, "back of the year, ;
andGrambling's Robert Charlie Williams, running
Graham French's Crafty LookandO.J.O'Sbea'sWild Card, Atkins "specialist of the back, Arkansas AM&N; Hum-
winner of their respective divisions of the $15,000 added year." phrey, and Elvin Bethea,265-

Christmas Handicap, are expected to defend their titles in the The awards banquet Is co- pound guard torn North Carolina -

Orange Bowl Handicap. Hobeau Farm's peace Pipe and W. J. sponsored by the New Pittsburgh A&T.
Fowler's Sacramento,respective second place finishers in that Courier and the Royal The 1967 offensive line w.
event, are also expected to compete for the Orange Bowl title. Crown Cola Company,Colum- averages a whopping 230 r Frr

bus, Georgia. pounds. The backfield aver- jLN
Others anticipated for the Orange Bowl Handicap include: Four top players In the Na- ages 192 pounds.

Aczay, Valam,Royal Malabar,TequUlo,Sir Winzqlot, Icy Nino, tional and American Football The defensive line could :
Rivoli, Sheet Anchor.and Stanislas. Leagues will receive the match weights pound for

Willie Gallmore-John (Bo) pounds with most professional .,' ..i ,, 1

Four thoroughbreds have taken the Orange Bowl Handicapand Farrington MemorialAwards.The teams. Anchored by Alabama 'T
players are first-year AiKfs William Kindricks and IfV {..:;.;:.
then gone on to annex the$50,000added Tropical park 7V// ..
Handicap, the traditional closing day feature which this sea- .h .

son falls on Tuesday, the 16th of January Those four are ,
Florida Memorial
Bradstown in 1959, on-and-on in 1960, Sunrise Flight in 1963 Plays 9 ,

and Suspicious 1965. Y, f M :

Biscayne Here Jan. 13 ,

Miami's newest college, Florida. Memorial. "Lions." I'/

Florida Memorial, now under The college Is a member of : Ii
visiting Kiwanians, Rotarians and other civic leadersin construction at NW 156 St and the Southeastern Athletic As- :

Miami for the Orange Bowl Festival, will meet top professional LeJeune Rd., which will open sociation and the team has a t:
football coaches, officials and players at the pro- for classes in Sept., 1968 upon schedule of 26 games this :

play-off classic luncheon on Friday, Jan. 5, at the EvergladesHotel. its relocation from st.Augustine year.Walter

Fla., will play its initial Fordham is In his
basketball game in this city second year as coach and he is
National football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle Is expected against Biscayne CollegeJan. rebuilding a new team which

to be among the guests of honor.The luncheon will pre- 13th. plays a running game and uti-
cede, by two days, the Jan. 7 NFL pro play-off game in the The predominantly Negro lizes a 1-2-2 zone defense.
Orange Bowl. four year liberal arts schoolis The college had a4-20sea-
one of the oldest In the Stateof son last year.
Florida. The with
In addition to players and coaches of the competing teams, game Biscayne
This will be the first ap- College is a home and home
the entire University of Miami "Hurricanes" squad will be
pearance in Miami for the engagement.

STAKE CHAMPS TO RACE AT HIALEAHA Ken Knight 'Is Dean OfFlorida f n

record 75 race horses more than 50 percent North

American stakes winners in 1967 .. have been nominated for Radio And TV
Hialeah's 31st running of the $100,000 ded Widener Handicap -

,it was announced by Racing Secretary Kenneth Noe Jr. "Ken Knight Is a giant In completely different show,
Twenty-two are foreign-breds. Jacksonville,' according to a featuring blues, jazz,and var-
speech during a recent Ban- iety as compared to a religious -

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

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

in Reality (6), Straight Deal(6)( He's a Smoothie ((5)), hometown Daytona Beach Still basking in the congra- I

Handsome Boy (4)), and War Censor ((4)). where Ken started a broadcast tulatory comments of the De- Meets Matt Blow Jan. 9
career which has all the tonesof cember TV Anniversary, he

the 1 14milerace a storybook production. looks forward toJanuary 1968,
Two 1967 Champions are on the roster for mark and will be making his
The sports activities duringMiami's
Knight a Floridian who the 21st anniversary of his radio -
17 the East'sfirsthundredgrander ,
on Saturday, February Bowl week will 21st start. His over-all rec-
of the made good at home,this month career, a milestone he did Super
year.Straight be augmented by a Jan. 9 box- ord shows 16 victories and
celebrated his sixth year of not forsee during his debut on
telecasting over station WROD radio in Daytona Beachin Ing show at Miami Beach Au- four defeats. In his last appearance
Deal, the champion handicap mare owned by Mrs. WJXT, Channel 4 in Jackson- January 1946. ditorium which will headline he banged out a 10-
Ethel D. Jacobs, is one of two mares nominated. The other is ville. He boasts the "Ken. with Al Jones, Miami's unde- round decision over Charley
the Venezuelan import Saudade n, owned by Fort Royal Inc. feated heavyweight contenderin James at the Olympic Boxing
Knight seen Sunday Later, he went to Atlanta and
mornings In the north Florida became the first Negro landa a 10-round main bout Club inL. A. which was syn-
Deal banked $302,270 in 1967 while winning eight dicated a show and
Straight continuousone against newcomer Matt Blow, on boxing
has been
a Director
area job as Program on
races the Delaware: Vineland, Bed o' Roses, TopFlight in Miami 23's
Including of Los Angeles, California seen on Chi fightof
without -
a single Interruption. He four
WERD. stayed years
and Orchid Handicaps, and the marewlth Spinster lifetime Stakes earn-to become Produced by Ken, the there before entering the The 23-year-old Jones, a the week presentation.Blow .
the world's second richest race show features an array of Armed Forces. 6-6, 225-pounder with a south-
ings of $658,463.He's will be also has appeared on
musical talent and has main- paw boxing style puttinghis
a Smoothie, Canada's Horse of the Year, is the other tained a top rating accordingto Currently, a rage on Jack- unblemished record onthe TV in a two-round exhibitionbout
champion listed.He posted five stakes successes In the Domin- the Nielson report. sonville's WRHC, he is knownas lines as he seeks his 20th with title contender Joe

ion in Bill Beasley's colors, while earning $112,265.Mrs. The dynamic personalityadded the conductor on the straight professional victory.The Frazier and he was JerryQuarry's
"Knight train" and "Sweet top sparring mate
another feather to his heavy-handed lefty, who
Frances A. Genter's Reality, with earning$415,984, "success cap" recently when Chariot' programs, which numbers 15 victories by while the latter prepared for
and Hobeau Farm's Handsome Boy, winner of three$100,000- he launched a TV production have been rolling since Jan- knockouts comes off an easy his two winning starts against
added Stakes while accumulating $298,535, ranked fifth and the "Ken Knight Showcase"on uary 1953. 10-round decision over Bob ex-champ Floyd Patterson In
seventh respectively on the list of the top money winners for WFGA-TV, Channel! Ken Is married to the for- Stallings, a New York heavy- the WBA heavyweight tournament -
1967. Frenchie Scotto Jack- .
mer a weight.
Jacksonville shown
on Sunday
I HAVE SOMETHING TO BE PROUD OF night. sonville school teacher. Matt Blow, a New Yorker The Super Bowl Week box- '

This is 1968 and Fm in my ninth year with the Miami Times. The new show format includes A street in one of Jackson who fights out of California ing preliminary show will feature bouts a lineupof
I have enjoyed every minute of it. Whe I first joined the staff an interview with out- ville's newest communities is matches Jones in age and ex-
they greeted me just like one of their own, which meant a lot standing personalities in the named for him. perience but will give away at 8:30: which will support the

to me. I was unknown to any of the staff, buthere I am,. still field of business, education, Of all this Ken says, "com- pounds and Inches to the giant. Miami Beach debut of Matt
Blow as he seeks to hand Al
going strong and hope you all enjoy reading my column. fraternal and national record munication is a growing industry sized Jones. Blow stands 6-2
Jones his first boxing defeat.
Thanking you one and all ing artists. "Showcase" is a I plan to grow with it." and fights around the 209-

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Belafonte Helps EOPI Here With Check For' $4,000 I _HALLANDALE_ _ .. ,N I

\ Harry Belafonte,famed bal- ancial-difficulties. Belafonte and his wife, when Johnny Carson on the Tonight SELL or TRADE
] ladeer, civil rights activistt Belafonte pledged to serveon the donation was made were Show for two weeks,beginningin
t r..F and world traveler,having finished the national board of the Municipal Judge Donald W. February, he will host the .6 CBS UNITS
}I his $5,000 a night performance coming to Miami Florida Jones and the Reverend Edward Rev. Graham and Dr. Royal
at the New Hilton Memorial of the $18,000 LIVE RENT FREE
College, and to help Graham Puryear, president
I Plaza I in Miami Beach this establish a Negro arts and cultural When Belafonte replaces Memorial College. This I is $5,000 less than replacement costs.
I week, donated $4,000 to the center. Small down. Will handle or will trade for Dade

j.- Miami EOPI, and made a Among those attending the c' .... property. Be your own landlord and build up an
\' pledge to support several local meeting in the suite of Mr. 'r:- \ TJfjI' estate (for your future.
| projects. 'TJfjIREALTY ,;,
<- $100 DOWN $65 MO. OWNER 373-3304
I: No closing costs, no quail.
{f..' The check was presented to fylng. Drive to 2968 NW
,| City Commissioner Mrs. 59th STREET, then call
j A t h a 11 e Range, for the near Vacant. 3 large rooms, ARTHUR
modern, fenced bath
bankrupt Economic Opportunity Move right in. We have OPEN 7 DAYSPAY TURIN 8' REALTOR
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TIRELLA REALTY 1906 NW 7th AVE. PHONE 691-4785
: of being laid off because of fin Realtors HOME
10124 NW 7 Av.-754-5426 Neat 2 bedroom CBS large Fla room, tile roof, 1742 NW 80th St.$10,500 FHA, $350 down, $65.11

city water and also pump and well for your yard, month. 2 br CBS Fla rm, dining rm, fenced yard,
air conditioner. Bargain at Seller pays all closing( costs. -
stove, refrigerator,
King Really Inc of Miami $9,600, $300 down and $59.65 month FHA.
9120 Little River Blvd. $14,000 FHA, $450down,
"Klng Sfu Buys"REALTORS 8000 NW 7th THIS BEAUTY MUST BE SEEN! $86.91 month. br CBS, Fla rm, dining rm, utilityrm
I. DADE COUNTY Ave tile roof, hardwood floors, wall to wall car-
\ ISOUR Like new home on l lovely street..Near; everything, pet, large corner lot. Seller pays all closing cost.
KINGDOM Miami, FI a. at 8421 NW 22nd Place. Front porch, tile roof, .'
(alousied windows, large modern kitchenmodern 520 NW 47th St. $13,000 FHA, $400 down,
33150 furniture.This dream home Ij $12,000 FHA with $80.82 month, 3 br CBS with income apartment.

Call: $400 'down and $74.41 month and seller pays Fid room, dining room, tile roof, hardwood floors.

693.2881f closing costs, too.YOU'LL CAROL CITY 3 br, 2 bath CBS. $1000 down &

$122 month pays all. Modern tile kitchen_ with all
appliances built-in. Large Fla room,2 utility rms,
This spotless home at 2454 NW 86th St. has a
large built-in kitchen wall to wall carpeting, carport.
beautiful appliances, drapes, 2 air conditioners,
CAROL CITY $13,000, $200 down & $82 mo.
extra s l lee pin i 9 room in rear, etc. FHA price pays all. No qualifying for this 4 br, 2 bath beauty.
$13,000, $400 down and $80.82 month. Located right in back of elementary school.

BUY NOW ACROSS FROM SCHOOL W. LITTLE RIVER 1739 NW 92nd St. $12,500 FHA, $400 down &

LITTLE RIVER DRIVE 8418 NW 24th Ave. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS, right $77.61 month. Duplex. Rent one side & Live freein

Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 bath, garage, air cond., Fla next to schools Tile roof, carport awning windows the other. Seller pays all closing costs.

room, screened patio, carpeting, FHA terms. air conditioner, stove, refrigerator. FHA
$13,000$400 down and $80.82 month.
,: 9015 NW 12 AVENUEWow PHONE: 691-4785 1906 NW lth AVE.

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

sprinklers, FHA. Don't miss this onel
rugs 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS, front porch, car
port, jalousie windows, wall to wall carpeting,
935 NW 83 STREETCan fenced. New area, near schools: ,shopping, bus.
you believe this ? 2 bedroom, carport, stove FHA $13,000, $400 down, $80.82 month.
refrigerator, painting inside and out; only $11,000vets
$100 down.

1351 NW 51 TERRACE Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, (jalousie win

w _4 2 bedroom, Fla room, carpeted, FHA, $100 downto dows, terrazzo floors, modern kitchen, lots of
vets. caDln.hVlarg.landscaped\| / I lit. Near everything. REALTY CALL 7
FHA, $12,500, $400 down and '$77.61 month. *-VII

WATERFRONT9440 LITTLE RIVER DRIVE FHA CBS, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, tile rf, vynl firs.,
2 bedroom, large Fla room, completely furn. Fish OUTSTANDING BUY LESS THAN RENT $10,000, $300 down. $62.22 mo.
from your back yard. Modern 3 bedroom CBS in new area near schools,
FHA CBS, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, tile rf, beauty.
shopping, bus. Jalousie windows, large lot, $13,500, $450 down, $83.71 mo.
6401 N. W. MIAMI AVENUE pliances. Bargain at $10,200, $350 down, $ af-
Corner beauty, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, deluxe area. month. Live better for less. Don't miss thisl I FHA CBS, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, perfect set-up for

only $15,500.OPEN doctor, dentist, teacher, pro Ie IS 10 n a I man.
7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOUR SERVICE NO), QUALIFYING .- NO RED TAPE <1 $15,000, $450 down, $102.95 mo.

HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN Modern 3 bedroom CBS In beautiful new area. FHA CBS, 3 UNITS. Live rent free. Duplex &
NEW VA LIST OUT THIS WEEK Terrazzo floors, jalousie windows, awnings, extra House. $175 mo. Income $22,500,
CALL FOR CHOICE SELECTIONSWe stove, air conditioner, wall to wall carpeting. $1,500 down. $134.70 mo.
specialize in homes for persons being dis Bargain at $12,000 with $1,000 down and takeover
placed in Urban Renewal area, Miami Housing FHA payments of $82 month' pays'all. NO QUALIFYING
Prolects, Veterans. Call to see if you qualify. 3 BDRM, 2 BATH, Fla rm, CBS, fenced cor.
You're only a phone call away. $13,750, $1750 down, $95 month.
.t, superb 3 bedroom home for the buyer who is 3 BDRM, I BATH, garage, extra features. $1,000
down will terms.
looking for the best.Tile roof, jalousie windows, arrange
Buy A House Today awnings, air conditioned, beautifully landscaped VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN
grounds, rear patio with bar-b-que, sprinkler sys
tem. $3,000 down and take overexisting FHA !
((1)) 255 NW 53rd St. Duplex. $250 down. mortgage of $13,880, $120 month pays everything. Best Buys in Town '.f..i

$72 month FHA. ...1
((2)) 3260 NW 48th Terr. $300 down, $85 mo. NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING
We have a few 2.3, 4, 5, and 6 unit apartment
3 bedroom CBS home. buildings that DRIVE BY 2460 NW 88 STREET
you can buy with as $1,500
down. Live' free In one apartment and collect income CALL SHELL TO SEE
((3)) 3061 NW 69th Terr. $300 down $82 month.
I!;: from the others.No red 'tap*. Move right In.
3 bedroom, CBS home. .These are perfect for. retired couples. Cone see! $250 DOWN $12 MO. CBS, 2 bedroom, carport.;
Just painted in and out. $11,500 FHA total.

((4)) 6808 NW 6th Ave. 4 bedroom, 2 bath WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES-
$350 DOWN, corner CBS beauty. 3 BEDROOMS.Big .
room, utility room, appliances, 2 air conds.
((5)) 5537 NW 4th Ave. Move right In. $300 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY Circular driveway. Fenced. $13,700 FHA total.

down, 2 bedroom, Fla room. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! 8 YR. NEW. CBS beauty. 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH.

.. '. TO BETTER. SERVE YOU Freshly painted. No qualifying. $1,500 down,
((6)) 14265 NW 22nd PI. $200 down. $46 mo. :.; BRANCH OFFICE IN OPA-LOCKA AT $11,500 total.
i- 16000 NW 27th AVENUE
((7)) 6545 NW 6th Ave. $300 down FHA. (In 27th Ave. Shopping Center) $350 DOWN. Fenced CBS beauty. 3 BEDROOM.

CBS house. Carport, large lot. 624-3666 Open 7 Days! Fla room, dining room, utility room, appliances,
air cond., $14,000 FHA.

4112 NW 11th Ct. $20 week 2
BEAUTIESON I LOT. 3 bedrooms dining and
3034 NW 56th St.; $23 week REALTYBROKER Fla rooms. Large jolousied front porch. REAR
3207 NW 68th St. $22 week HOUSE : 1 bedroom apt. plus garage and Yi bath.

3274 NW 68th St. $20 week No Reasonable qualifying.down. $100 per month. $12,500 total.

\" ) 4612'NW 16th $20 week $100

r Il *... 14460 NW 22nd Av. $16 week PL 9-4371 ,. ... . ...;


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The New Year has begun,and Last but not least cur sen-
with it comes the hope and iors, the ninth graders have
15 WORDS OR LESS $1 .so. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. promise of a better year. these thoughts on,the New '

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON t 1 There are many activities at Year:
Dorsey at this time but what Riley Smith; "We should try

FOR SALE FOR SALENO FOR SALENo more important thing than to to have a better attendance

8441 NW 25 Ave. 2 bedrooms, QUALIFYING closing cost.Fine home for let Dorsey students sxpress record.;'
their and resolutionsfor
1 bath, doll bouse. No quali- $8,750 total for this lovely 2 3bedroom extra thoughts Edna Rolle "To pay more
large family. the
year. attention to lessons to stop
fying, $10,500.00 total price, bedroom 1 bath CBS. Terms large Florida room. May be ;
From the seventh grade, we talking so much; to study my
low downpayment, monthly
only $750 down, fenced backyard used as 4th bedroom enclosed
terms, to fit your pocketbook lot size 50x124 stove and front porch, 1 bath CBS, tile have these resolutions; appearance"; to attend church
price Includes stove. refrigerator some furnishings this Is a roof, hardwood floor, wall to Rudolph Nabbie* "To study regularly.
books as possible and George Laster: "To go to
air-conditioners, 'steal.
A. Ben-Kori Realtor
wall carpet, fenced. FHA$14-
ed See Aetna show no Jealousy or cowardice school more often and keep out
yard today Call
anytime 7512243.
month Vetsor
000, $450 down$86 of trouble."
Realty (Broker) 811 NW 54th .
displaced persons $100 Sandra Cox "To learn and Patricia Beeks; "All
St., Phone 7575724. NO ;
QUALIFYINGFHA down. Phone now before it Is
study more to stay out of mymother's Dorseyltes shouldpassthe
terms ;
$18,500 only $800 and Pacific
too late. Atlantic
8720 NW 14 Ave. 2 bedrooms, down for this 4 bedroom 2 bath Realtors 666-0411. room doing my hair; Physical Fitness Test and
1 bath, carport, oak floors,tile home on beautiful Little River Barbara Days; "I will improve make our school number one

roof, stove, refrigerator, FHA Dr. By appointment only buta HOUSEHOLD GOODS my conduct and behaviorand again." ...
$13,000.00 $tOO down (Vets must see, and lots Been turned down? No creditor also try to keep my tem- Denise Tucker: "Students
$100)). closing costs,$80.82 of extras. A. Ben-Kori, Real- bad credit? I can get you per down." should 1 try to keep their responsibilities -
monthly be first Aetna Realty tor, Call anytime 751-2243. bank financing on new furniture Shelton Saunders: "To study in life."
(Broker 811 NW 54th St., appliances, TV,a n d ste- harder and read more books." Patricia Walker: "Dorseyites -
Mary King "Be in class on could Improve their attendance -
phone 7577524. 2 bedroom house, living and reo. Call 661-2741. :
bath rooms, kitchen with din- (Jan. 4)) time; be more respectful; take this new year."
1310 NW 88.St., custom 3 bed- ing area. Fla. room, patio and more pride in my schoolwork Coretha Dennis; "I will attend -
room 2 bath Fla. built- and school property." all my classes in the new
front porch. Can be seen Saturday FORT LAUDERDALE "
in kitchen, central heat, air- and Sunday afternoon Magnificent new home, 3 bed- Seymour James; "To com- year.
conditioned, FHA $21,000.00 j plete whatever I'm doing..' u./Ie.ILH9dg8"To become a
room 2 tiled baths, terrazzo I
$1,200.00 down (Vets $850)) 821.4887s Rhomas Maddox; "I will not bgtter ,
floors, finished garage,par-
$127.00 monthly. No closing talk so much this year and I
tial air-condition and heated.
costs. If you really want the Garage Sale. Complete con- will try not to be selfish this Char Iyee Woods: "Every
best, inspect today. Aetna tents of home, including per- Custom-built cabinets and year." boy and girl at Dorsey should
sonal Items. 19900NE 21st built-in stove. Low cash down Charles Pino "To do promise to stop cutting class
Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th : every
Phone Miami 371-
Ave. No agency. payment. : lesson in school and to obey and being absent from school.
St., Phone: 7575724. my
2675 or 8640854. (bidet) ,
parents." This would mike Dorsey a
$300 down FHA. Very nice CBS The following eighth much better school. Try It and '..,
1930 NW 93 St., 2 bedrooms, 1 :
1 bath, large Fla. room, oak' home, tile roof, Fla. room, FOR RENT graders also have some see."
floors, tile roof, carport, plus screened Fla. porch, thoughts about the new year: Terro Fenderson; "To start
stove refrigerator. FHA fenced yard, oil heat, near 67 2 houses, two bedrooms, dependable Sheryl Rainet: "My New the new year out by having good
1375000. No closing costs. St. and 5th Ave Edison Real- parties only. Call Year's resolution is always behavior because it is the first
Hurry! Hurry! Hurryl! Aetna ty, Realtors, 7512441,175NW after 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. 696- on time." step In becoming successful

Realty (Broker), 811 NW 54th 62nd Street. 8099. Sharon Clark; "I believe the year 1968."
St., Phone: 757-5724. that 1968 would be a nice year
$450 DOWN FHA Mature couple or single per- dropouts would see about Let us all pay heed to the
NO CLOSING COSTS son to live in and take care of coming back to school." voices of the students at Dor-
19511 NW 37 Ct., 3bedrooms, 535 NW 58th STREET home for very reasonablerent. !:: ; Robbie Rouse; "Some students sey, and thus be assured of
2 bath, No qualifying built-in Lovely 3 bedroom CBS, air- Call 374-8520, 1629 NW should stop smoking, havlng'a wonderful school year
kitchen, carport, patio, fenced conditioned, heated, wall to 1st Court. skipping class, fighting and for 1968. Needless to say, we
yard, dishwasher, drapes wall carpets, lovely drapes. cursing. This way, Dorsey will are proud of all the studentswho
and carpets, total price $16- Beautiful big Fla. room, Al- Nice clean turn. 1 bedroomapt. become better school, and we made these very fine and
900, downpayment and monthly lapattah Realty, 633-0426. Nice quiet place. 6306NW ::: will become better Dorsey- thoughtful comments and observations -
payments tailored toyour bud- 15th Ave. Call FR 1-9797 or Ites." on entering the New

get move today. Aetna Realty 737 NW 47th TERRACE NE 41886. Ask for Kelly Calvin Cash; "I velieve that Year
(Broker) 811 NW 54thSt. t
SEE Y ODAY-GOOD TERMS 1968 would be a good year if
Phone 7575724. CBS, 3 bedrooms, porch,huge bedroom private home. there wasn't so much vanda-

1848 NW 93rd Street, 2 com- rooms, garage, best location. Hot and cold water. NE 42264. 11'.I, i lism and children would not $250 Down
NW 59th St. "
plete homes for price of one. $300 down. Owner 693-2631. become dropouts.
Front home bedrooms, bath Robin Clarke: "To do better
back house 2 bedrooms, bath, 2 bedrooms, partly turn. Near for nice working couple. in my schoolwok and to come $76 Month
both CBS. Total price $17,500 schools and transportation, 944 NW 49th St. 757-4149. :: to school as often as possible -
Jalousied porch. Many extras. ."
FHA tional.or Downpayment No qualifying conven-and PLUS separate rental unit. 2 room garage. Middle age :':: ;;:::!: Barbara Peeples; "To go to 2 bedroom CBS, hardwood

monthly payment tailored for Price $10,500. Must see to appreciate. person or working couple. No class on time and to obey the floors, factory cabinets,
Call 681-6049 for children 824 NW 56th Street. teacher" built-in range, corner, 3
you. Ideal for two families or i
for Income. Aetna Realty appointments. Joyce Johnson; "people lots, near bus, schools &
1 bedroom cottage. Furnishedor do would shopping.
do untothem"
Broker 811 54th St. Ph. you
( ), NW :!;
757-5724. 2 bedroom home, Fla room and unfurnished. Reasonable. DRIVE BY:
den. extra wash bowl. complete 2161 NW 58th Street. Phone
i 2241 NW 88 STREET
1135 NW 83rd St. Gorgeous 2 air and heat, sprinkler 6917804. .
bedrooms, 1 bath on LakeAr- system and awnings, built-in REMODELINGRoom

cola. Carport,huge, dishwasher. Call 944-0724 or Rooms Nice location. Near additions remodeling Wilson Realty or,:
stove and refrigerator, fenc- 6934074. bus lines. Quiet neighborhood. I alterations commercial -
2161 NW 58th Street. Phone I
ed yard, dishwasher and wash- industrial residential. Free
ing machine. FHA $15,000.00 2027 NW 100th STREET 6917804. estimate Allied Builders 691-6166 I
$450, down, Nc closing costs $300 DOWN $81 MONTH FHA 4463288. Jan 5
(Vets $100)), $93.33 monthly. No closing oosts. Lovely 2 A nice lady to rent a room in !
This house can't last,be first. bedroom CBS, tile roof, fenc- private home at 5710 NW 13th! ?; MHOi MHHBMHMHBHMMBHBiBI

Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 ed, near school. Only$12,900. Avenue Phone 6345691. Lincoln FieldsApartments
NW 54th St., Phone 757-5724. Call now. :;;
Spitzer Realty, Realtors Room for a working man. $13
FHA Terms total $14,000 only 8201 BESCAYNE BLVD. week. 3160 NW 67th St.

$450 down and $103 pays all 759-8741
for this beautiful very large 2, Private room, private phone, RESIDENT MANAGER
bedroom 1 bath CBS with lots 541 NW 44th STREET nice neighborhood, male pre- j 2045 NW 62nd STREET OX 1-8862

of extras a must see In best Greatest buy In town! Only 1 ferred. Call 696-4570 or 691- : Enloy Living in our Cool, Clean Apartments
area A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, year old- on gorgeous street 8929. 1545 NW 68th Street. Offering Many Features *
612 NW 60th St. Call anytime $99.00 per month. 3 bedroom
751-2243. 2 baths. Drive buy and then Furn. room in private home FREE GAS FREE CITY WATER
call 235-2958 for appointment.Indef. for settled person. Cooking :
BEAUTIFUL INCOME privileges. Call 3715779.
FHA Terms $16,500 only$600down ::::: Tile Bathroom Free Garbage Disposal

and $120 month pays all, 857 NW 73rd STREET House bedrooms, Phone 758- i i Newly Painted Refrigerator Gas Stove
live rent free. This is a beauty Greatest buy In town! Only 1 5317. Washing Machines Venetian Blinds

three bedroom 2 bath one year old- on gorgeous street Free Parking Laundry Rooms
has a private entrance for rentor $90.00 per month. 3 bedrooms Room. Middle age men only. :' Free Hot Water Free Exterminating
live In this beautiful borne 2 baths. Drive by and then call Preferrable those work dur-
with large family drive by 235-2958, for appointment. ing day. Reasonable rent.Call i
9553 NW 26 Ave, then call me Indef. 7593360.
to see. Don't miss this A. CARETAKERS ON PREMISES

Ben-Kori, Realtor, call any- Pretty 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, A nice efficiency apt.Near
time 7512243. tile roof, hardwood floor everything. 739 NW 77th Ter.
lot FHA.
fenced corner
3 BEDROOM CBS $13,000, $400 down, $80 ,mo. 566 /22ndSTREET EXTRA SPECIALOFFICE
FHA terms $16,200 only $800 veterans or displaced persons 1 1/2 room cottage for couple |
down and $117 month pays all. $100 down. Atlantic and Paclfic only. Weekly $17. Unfurnished. -
This is a lovely home 3 bed- Realtors 666-0411. Immediate occupancy.Call ...
room 1 bath dining room gar- - Mr. Gross daily, 444-6126 or SATURDAY, JANUARY 6

age and large landscaped yard. Brand new fine quality 3 bed- evenings HI 82824. I : / FOR RENTING
Just right for the New Year, room, 2 bath home. North of : \ :
in beautiful Little River Dr. expressway on open lot, at Small rooms for pensionerswith : ;
area. Spotless A. Ben-Kori, 4015 NW 24th Avenue. Phone cooking. Call after 7p.m. : / RENTING OFFICE OPEN WEEK DAYS .
Realtor, 612 NW 60th St. Call builder, PL 1-3604. Indef. 6932534. 1 :
anytime 751-2243.

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f' l'' 24 THE MIAMI TIMES, ,Friday, January 5, 1968

J 2 Killed In Weekend Red Rainwater Tubman Enters 25th Year

: Traffic Accidents As Liberia PresidentSeventy

t. V j' & Isaiah Key, 37, of 1901 NW' ward Matthew, of 2008 NW 73 Died Where He Wil- ever since.

) 65 St., was killed in a traffic St., the driver, was chargedwith liam V.. S. Tubman- was- inau- After being sworn in, Tub-
accident Saturday night while leaving the scene of an
Monday for his sixth man knelt on the inaugural
to NW 18th Ave. accident, careless driving, gurated
I trying cross platform and uttered a
t term as President of Liberia. prayerof
"' . just south of 66th St. Officers and driving while intoxicated.In Got RichOne Among the guests of1 honor was thanks he said for blessingsthat
f. said the car that struck KeyS another Saturday night Vice-President Hubert Hum- were bestowed on his
did not stop.Deputies. traffic accident, South Dade country the years he served as
Winford McBee officers said John Thompson of the best known num- drove his car to call a doctor phrey who represented Presi-
'I"1II '. and James Reitmeyer later 20, of 9245 SW 42nd St'' was bers bagmen in the Miami for him, but she was kept dent Johnson.
I' spotted car at 2400 NW 48th killed when his car broke apart area, Houston Tlllman (Red) waiting too long, the doctor Tubman, whose mother was
i. St. to fit the description of the after colliding with a pole at Rainwater, died last night in told her to call an ambulance.She born in Atlanta, Ga.announced Liberia has a one-party
hit-and-run auto. James Ed- SW 72nd St and 72nd Court. an apartment in the heart of the then called one but the am- that this will be his last system,,, Tubman received
Negro slum section of Miami. bulance never reached her term. He has been presidentof 566,000 votes last May from
r Admitted that he was a bag apartment because the driver Liberia for 24 years. what his information service

i man for many years,Rainwater could not find it. Liberia was settled by freed said were 700,000 eligible
Ii .._. died In the apartment of a Police finally reached Mrs. American slaves in 1822, and voters. The country has a population -
Negro friend, Mrs. Barbara Jones' apartment and found a has had close ties with U. S. of 1.25 million

Jones, 850 NW 4th Avenue,under bruise on the back of Rainwat-
.-1 circumstances that have er's right hand, and no other

: SUPER SOUL TOP 40 triggered an investigation.A visible marks of injury.In HENDERSON TRAVEL AND NORTH'S TRAVEL
fixer in the lucrative num- recent years Rainwater'sname OF MIAMI
r JANUARY 6 1968 bers business Rainwater's has po pped up a few
body lay for 10 hours,accord- times in the investigations of rsonal/y g8oor/eJ
i 1. Chain of fools Aretha Franklin ing to police, before medical the numbers game. He once y

I 2. Honey Chile Martha & Vandellas examination.Mrs. admitted in court that when he 11TH ANNUAL TEACHERS
j''I : 3.1 Second the emotion Smokey & Miracles Jones said that Rain- was under tax investigationshe

4. Looking for a fox Clarence Carter water was Just a friend who gave an occasional $20 bill
5. Could Build my world arounc Marvin and Tamie dropped by, became ill. He to a policeman. He said that EUROPEAN STUDY TOURin

6. And get away The Esquires collapsed on the floor and was you might call that "protection -
7. 0 How it hurts Barbara Mason brought by her to her bedroom, /' cooperation with
8. Back up train Al Green where homicide officials found Rainwater lived in luxury; ALL STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

9. Til be sweeter tomorrow The 0' Jays him, fully clothed, his body he owned two charter boats anda .
10. Born free The Hesitations crosswise on the bed with his palatial home at 13040 NW England Holland Belgium Luxembourg Germany
;I legs hanging oUit. Miami Court. But in recent Switzerland Liechtenstein Austria Italy
11. Heard thru the grapevine Gladys Knight & Pips Monaco France
When Mrs. Jones told authorities years he had stepped out of the
12. Come see about me Jr. Walker
that she had seen bolita business and protectiongame.
,," ..., 13. Explosion in your soul The Soul Survivors Rainwater alive 10a.m.., Leave New York July 8 . Return July 29, 1968
14. I Feel coming on Jo Armstead
urge they found it mysterious thatit The body of Rainwater and
15. Goddess of love Fantastic Four THREE WEEKS 11 COUNTRIES
took ten hours for the policeto his personal effects were
<" 16. Lost Jerry Butler be notified. claimed by his son, James ONLY $799.00REGISTER
17. Mr. Soul Satisfaction Timmy Willes
But Mrs. Jones said that Rainwater, a Judge in the Small. NOWI)
18. My love is strictly for you Robert Ward
when Rainwater became ill she Claims Court.
19. Soul Girl Jeanne & Darlings
ZO.Ain'twhatyougot Jimmey Hughes
Certificate R.n.wal Salary Increment
Civil Service Job OpeningsTechnician Inspired Classroom Instruction
; 21. Give my love a try Linda Jones Academic Credit Available In Som. States
22. Two little kids Peaches & Herb The Interagency Board of US GS-5, $5331 per Enriched Historical and Cultural Background
23. Hey boy Ruby Andrews Civil Service Examiners for year. Increased International Understanding

24. Nothing but heartaches The Artistlcs Florida located at 123 South Biological Laboratory RESERVATIONS ARE VERY LIMITED
25. Still burning in my heart The Drifters Court Avenue, Orlando, has Technician, GS-5, $5331 per
26. Stop Howard Tate issued the following examina- year. MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW AND

p l 27. I Do Ben & Spence tion announcements to fill Engineering Technician, AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
0 't 28. Count the days Inez & Charlie Fox positions throughout the Stateof GS 5. 11, $5331 -$9221 per
f 29. Don't want to leave you Jeb:! Stuart Florida with, the exceptionof

'f 30. Got a thing for you baby Mr. Perculator 10 counties inNorthwest year.Messenger, GS1,2, $Go09
+ Florida; $3925 per year.Applications $100.00 Deposit will hold your reservation,
1 31. Mr. Starlight J. Barfield & Men of Soul Agricultural i 1,, Research will be accepted Second payment of $200.00 due April 1, 1968

32. A Man needs a woman James Carr r until further notice, and CALL OR WRITENorth's
I 33. Without Love Oscar Toney Jr. should be sent to the Inter-
j t 34. Sipping'a cup of coffee The Ordells agency Board of U. S. Civil Travel BureauPH

,35. Cry on my shoulder Phil Flowers I I Service Examiners for Florida -
NEW : 379-8451 1104 NW 3rd AVE.
36. Do unto me James & Bobby Purify 123 South Court Avenue,
37. You Marvin Gaye Orlando, Florida 32801.
V' 38. I Wish it would rain The Temptations

39. I Need a woman of my own Tommy Hunt EMERSONTELEVISION '
40. Gogo Annie Little John Bowie

Be every wonderful Joe Hint on' .

Deborah Taylor 6,2,7,9,1,14,5,4,16,25
2316 NW 73rd Terr. ',' ' "
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