The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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44, No. 37 MIAMI, FLORIDA, MAY 5, 1967 24 PAGES 154


Governor Kirk withdrew his Kill Our Day Care Program.*
Iflr veto of a $967,000 Federal "Gov. Kirk, It's A Crime To
Miami Applies For s Grant fur day care centers in Make 1,000 Poor Children Suf,
p'd Dade County Tuesday, and a fer."
top Office of economic Opportunity The veto would have killed
official said a better understanding the county's year-old*child
Model City has been achieved opportunity program, said
which will remove the need for Richard Weatherly, director
the future use of the veto pow of Dad e's Economic oppor-

er.OEO tunity Programs, Inc.
Program FundsCounty Director Robert Roesch Marvin Davis, state field dir
said he and Jesse Merrell of ector of the NAACP, said Saturday d.\
the Atlanta regional OEO of- at the demonstrationthat \

Manager PorterW. .The Congress has appro- fice will meet Thursday with child care and opportunities -
Homer announced this week priated $11,000,000 to be allocated Dade officials and Friday with were "the ultimate in this \.
the submission to the U.S. De- among 60-70 cities by Tampa officials. Kirk's veto whole poverty program."
partment of Housing and Ur- July 1 of this year. Planning l had also blocked $1.5 million That's what the poverty pro-
ban Development of Dade for the program would take a for Hillsborough County gram is about,* he said'What
County's application tor a year. Funds to carry out the r i Metro Commissioners had we're trying to do is give our 1,
planning grant under the Model program are presently being adopted a resolution urging young people a new start In life
Neighborhood Kirk to meet with them and With adults It's somewhat
Program of the considered by Congress.The ofa 7
Demonstration Cities Act area chosen by Dade other local officials as soon as pacifier in many respects.
of 1966. County for this proposal con possible to discuss the matter, -But if we can give the young
tains an estimated 80,000 per- even before the veto was with- people a new sense of directionand
The application is in the form sons and is, characterized by drawn, and the invitation was provide himwith a few prl-
of a proposal for physical and substantial physical blight and r left open after the withdrawal, iorities such as proper train-
social improvements in the social problems.The objective f Local OEOPI officals dis- ing and education, this is p?
northwest central portion of the program is to coordinate 5 puted Kirk's charges Directo where you break the poverty ti
of the County, including both a bariety of federal NF Richard Weatherly said cycle.* :
Liberty City and Brownsville. programs ,with concentratedlocal Donna Leggett, a Key West sophomore majoring; in Dade has about 11,000, not 'We cannot let the governor '
Approximately 35% of the nine effort In order to bring music was named Miss May Day Queen recently at Be- 44,000 poverty stricken child get away with this," Davis
square mile area is in the City about substantial improve thune-Cookman College. She was crowned by last year's ren in the two-to-seven-year said. U it takes going to
of Miami, the balance is in the ment in the lives people suf- queen, Norma M. Cisco from Monrovia, Africa during bracket, as the Governor Washington,,and sitting on the 4
unincorporated area. fering from generations of de special ceremonies held in the privation. an alto with the Bethune-Cookman College Choir, was In a protest demonstration r m willing to go all the
Federal funds request to plan Boundaries of the proposedarea showered with gifts from various campus organizations.The Saturday against Gov. ClaudeKirk's way."
a five-year improvement pro- tagged for improvementare May Day program is an annual affair sponsored by veto of grant to fight po- IVar Iou s groups in Dade
gram amount to$291,365.This the Airport Expressway on Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. verty in Dade County, hund- County sent telegrams to
Is 80% of the estimated plan- the south,'79tbStreet on the reds of people, many Negro, Kirk's Tallahassee office Fri-
ning budget which will be north, the North-South Ex mothers 'and their tots, gathered day and Saturday protesting
matched by $72,841 in local ;pressway on the east, and the: Landlords around a gray coffin in the veto.
funds to consist primarily of Hialeah City boundary on the Lobby front of the Torch of Friend- Kirk said that his "disap-
present staff time. west. ship. proval of these programs is
The coffin, they said, 'symbolized based on the fact that they are
the death of oppor- far too limited in their effec-
To Control TenantsThe tunity of our young people if tiveness. My purpose is to secure -

something Isn't done." if p o s sib 1 e,additional
Dade County Interagency chairman of interagency Some of the signs carried by federal funds and to make sure
Nw ?, :r. Relocation Committee was group and director of the !demonstrators kept the that they are used to help more
Faith, Claude Didn't" "Po- than Just a few of the many
told Friday that real estate interests Miami Housing Authority, to
verty Isn't a Crime.* 'From thousands of children who
were lobbying in Tal- braft recommendations for a 1 can
1 lahassee for a"one way* hous- housing court. Their propo- Billboards to Vetoes, We Won- benefit from the proper administration -
'r--- > s ing court that would enable sals are to be presented in 'der What's Next?* Gov.Kirk, of these pro-
_' / Yfr Are You For Real?* -Don grams.
apartment owners to "control about two weeks, and will be .
MIAMI A E7f1RwWAY ? their tennants more effec- discussed with the: city and
lively." but would give tenants county commissioners ahd
AIR OR1 1INTERNATIO no place to air their com- legislators.The Teachers Demand

plaints. committee favors acourt
-PROPOSED MODEL Eugene Miles, head of like the one in Baltimore which '
"CITY" AREA Miami's housing department, includes a 'School for landlords -
ri-r- J told the Miami group of housing and tenants who violate Pay Raise NowThe
urban renewal and anti- housing codes. It would be
poverty officials at a meeting. similar to Metro's traffic .
Such a court should operatetwo school.
ways to protect tenants It's a two-way road said negotiators agreed with crease in property taxesto
Florida Mourns Deathof from landlords as well, com- Sofge, noting that substandard school board members that foot the bill.Although .

,,, mittee members said.A housing conditions can be the pay hike would have to no firm commit-
'\\1" '" It /""')' ) four-man sub-committee caused by the occupant of the come from existing funds, and ments were made, several

NAACP"" President* appointed by Haley Sofge, apartment or the owner that there should be no in- School Board members Indicated -

they would approve a
base salary of $5,800, an increase -
Rutledge Pearson, 38, state demonstrations since 1960.He Ferre and Discuss ,of $500 over the pre-
president of the Florida chapter directed the boycotts of Jack- Myers sent starting pay.

of the Nation Association sonville's schools by Negroesin 'Recent reports that there Is
for the Advancement of Colored recent years.
an $18 million cash balance in
People, was fatally injured ..Pearson graduated from Legislation With Leaderssee the school budget aroused the
Monday in a car wreck near Houston-Tillotson College in ire of the PPC.Although near-
Waynesboro, Tennessee. Austin, Texas, with a bache ly all of it is obligated in some
Tennessee patrol said Pearson lor's degree in sociology, and Thirty Dade County Negro "One of the biggest things the lead the state makes, way, teachers feel it existedat
was alone in the vehicle. then played semi-pro baseball leaders met Saturday with an facing the Negro is this matter there'd be less reticence to one time, and could have
His car ran off U.S. 64, about finally getting a place informal legislators' committee of employment," said A.D follow,* he said. been spent to Improve teach-
six miles east of Waynesboroand with the Harlem GlobeTrotters. of two to discuss laws they Moore, president of the Con- Four proposed bills for the ers' salaries.
struck a bridge. The accident would like to see enacted in gress of Racial Equality here. legislators to study were sub- Mrs. Janet Dean, president
occurred about 6:30 He returned to Jacksonville this year's Legislature, including Supervisor appointments "are mitted by Howard Dixon, attorney of the classroom teachers association -
a.m. an act for non-discri- Just about all made from the for the Economic Opportunity
and chairman of the
some time later because of his
Pearson was a native of Jacksonville mother's illness. He said he mination hiring "by the state top down, not the bottom up," Program, Inc. PPC's subcommittee on sal-
where he was a teacher and agencies contracting with he said. They Include an act 'to provide
aries said "We're convincedthat
was assigned to the Jacksonville ,
and president of the local the state." Criticizing state hiring he for the elimination of dis-
don't have million.
team in the Florida State you $18
branch of the NAACP.He Called by Rep. Maurice said, "For example, the state crimination of employment for
but barred from
League was
Ferre, the meeting was also road board: About the only waya persons employed by the stateor "But we're not convenced
said in a 1964 interview, the park because he was a Ne
that there is unencumbered
attended by Rep. Kenneth My- Negro could work on roads by agencies contractingwith no
"Teaching and the NAACP are gro. ers. Other members of the was if he was in a chain gang.* the state;* one to include money that can be spent for
my life. I sure don't get much Pearson was coach Darnell Dade invited. salaries," she said."What we
delegation were Moore said he would like to farm laborers in workmen'scompensation
time with wife and three Cookman Junior High, and began -
"my The Negro leaders made their 'qualified Negroes hired and one to raise are asking for now is stoppingsuch
vhildren. coaching atnewStanton
suggestions "for ways to for the Florida Highway Patrol disability rates in workmen's expenditures as $1.5 for
He civil leader High. But after the 1960 riots
was a rights
musical instruments
benefit the entire Dade Com- and other state agencies. comr>ensation. and using
for years, and participated in his contract was not renewed. munity, We think if the local people (continued on page 24) this money for salaries." J J3V.


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I Captain Martin Cited For--Vlet Service -

Fort Belvoir, Virginia,April tachment (Port Construction) Hampton, Virginia. The cap-
Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, the Omaha Public LIbrary /-
27-Captain Montez C. MartinJr. in Vietnam.He tain entered the Army in Juneof and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts have received financial grants
., center, son-in-law of Mr. in 1958 from C. that same .
graduated year. from Delta Sigma Theta, an interracial public women's service organization.Dr.
and Mrs. William Ward of 944 A. Johnson High School and received He and his wife presently reside Geraldine P. Woods of Los Angeles, National President of the organizationcenter
NW 51st Street, Miami: is presented his B.S. Degree in 1963 on-post at 1673-B River ( ) is shown above presenting checks to (I to r) Dr. Charles H. Wesley, Execu-
the a r m y commendation from Hampton Institute, Village, Fort Belvoir. tive Director, Association for the Study of Negro Life and History; Mrs. Alice Davis,
medal in recent ceremonies President of Delta's Washington, D. C. Alumni Chapter, who accepted in behalf of
at the U.S. Army En- ., the Omaha Public Library, headquarters of the famed Delta Sigma Theta collection of
School. the
gineer Making
is Colonel WilliamM. >, books on Negro life and history; and Edward Platt, Jr., Special Assistant to the
Chairman of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. On Dr. Woods'right are Mrs.
Glasgow, Jr. Assistant (I'
Commandant. The captain'swife Hobart Taylor/ Jr., the organization's Executive Director, and Dr. Hilda Davis,
the former M ircia Ward, Chairman of Delta's National Projects Committee.
witnesses the presentation. 4
Captain Martin was cited for
theperformance of exceptional 1
meritorious service in

support of the United States r. A OF BEAUTIFUL MUSIC AT THE
objectives in the counter *
insurgency effort in the Re- A'
public of Vietnam during the
period February 1966 to Jan- MANOR PARK CONCERTFEATURING
uary 1967. The citation stated +
that 'Working long and ardu-
ous hours, he set and examplethat
inspired his associates to
strive for maximum acheive- '
monstrated: at all t i m e s ma- 7 THE MAGNIFICENT MEZZO SOPRANO VOICE OF
terially contributed to the suc-

mission cessful accomplishment of this command.of the" Mrs. Bertha Sharpe/ Jackson

Captain Martin is a student
in the 3rd Engineer Officer
'w yre.
Career course here a t the
school. Prior to this, he was Ceasor laMonaca & Orchestra
with the 536th E n g Ine e r De-


Ray Aranah plays one of the leading roles in The Miami Actors Company pro- Gordon Shaw Narrator
duction of Lorraine Hansberry's "The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window" opening ,
Thursday, May 4th at Swenson Hall Theatre, Everglades School, Coconut Grove. The
play is directed by /Use Earl and will run through Sunday, May 7. and reopen again
Thursday May 11 through Sunday, May 14, In photo with Ray, left David Fisher and
riqht John Passar. Mr. Passar and Mr. Aranha received rave notices in the com- Sunday May 7 5:00 PM
pany's falf production of JB at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. For reservations call ,
445-1535 after 5 p.m. Tickets: Adults $3.00, children $1.00.
Manor ParkHIGH

Stokely CarmcnaeAide/


Refuses Army Induction

Twenty-two-year-old Cleve- spiracy to induct our whole organization is to work in the black libera-I

land Sellers, one of StokelyCarmichael's ," he said. "I feel tion movement in coun-
top aides, refused I am a colonial subject.My job try."
Army induction in Atlanta I

the government Monday, charging is trying that to JOIN THE NAACP TODAY!

draft all civil rights'workers. Y MEMBERSHIP DRIVE NOW OH I

The program director of the TR!IL Y Please Print
Student Nonviolent Coordinating til MIT.
Committee refused to take MRS.MIS DATE tie_
the oath of induction at XTT NOLEN *
Army Corps headquarters AOO..III __ C'TY ONE _
after he showed up for pre-induction -

Sellers was allowed to leave Pest Control Type of Membership: AOO..III IOLCITO"
the headquarters, but an Army
officer said his case would be \o Junior Youth (to age 13).S) .50 Q Blue Certificate,. .. .$5'00
turned over- to the Defense and ,,:{.. Termite Control D Youth (Age 14 to 17)).........S .50. g Cold Certificae.moo: :: : :
justice Department and he ; LJ. Young Adult (Age 13 to 20)...$1.00 ..*
faces a maximum sentence of I" With Crisis.$2.50 LJ Junior. Life ,Membership (too

five years in prison if convicted ,j :; Call Today for Young Adult (Age 21 to 24))...$2.00 age 13)) *100-

Service of violating Act. the Selective 'v //i/ r c. Q.-;'I With Crisis .... .. .$3.50 Q] Senior Life Membership...5500.00

During a news conference PETE HENLEY Free InspectionSALES ,1 .S.; .)
I I' /
later outside the building,Sel- REP.SPECIALIZING '0\ ':;!'.. IO!
lers said, "I assume an attempt p..; 'JOIN THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM" ', .
on the part of the gov- ROACHING OE- A. A. C. p. MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN .
ernment ot eliminate all young a 1411 1
people who are working in the Fill in and mail to;

black liberation movement. MIAMI BRANCH NAACP 809 NW 3rd Avenue ,Miami, Florida 33136
"Seemingly there is a con- -

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,''"'' W',''''''''.''' ....10 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 5, 1967 3

I .JJobbyIiid: : Reid Wins 51000 rr D1!' <<:.rV1l tift >I ifi ? J

41'r Henry H. Valentine, a senior Louis.Mo. He too, was an early is working towards a mas- 1 ;
Lahey ScholarshipMiami programmer in the Vehicle entrant from Northwestern ter's at Washington University '
Test Programming depart- High School. Reginald also St. Louis. r i Ii
Dade Junior College ment at the International Busi- been employed as a tissue /I
its sixth class of 4
graduated ness Machine Corporation, technologist In a pathology They are the sons of Mrs.
1,733 in commencement exercises Cape Kennedy Facility was and 'J.t
boratory as a non-foods Juanita Hamberry, assistant
at 8 p.m.last nightSunday elected secretary of the Cen-
manager for Ralph's Grocery principal at Miam Edison Sr.
April 30) in the John F. tral Florida Chapter of the As- Store chain in Los Angeles, High School and the grandsons '
Kennedy Health Center on sociation for Computing Ma-
California. of Mrs. Sadie Whitehead and jf
North Campus. chinery at their regular meet- He has a bachelor's degreein the late prominent Mlamian, 4-
The College Orchestra play- Ing, Tuesday, April 25. The business administration and Dr. H. H. Green. \ 1
ed Pomp and Circumstance, Association membershipwhich
but to M-DJC President Peter numbers 28 is composedof
Masiko, Jr., it was more like professional people In the :
pump and Circumstance,as he computer industry
shook 1,733 hands and handedout Mr. Valentine Joined IBM .it AUTO INSURANCEImmediate I
1,733 degrees, one by one. Cape Kennedy in mid-1965 as
IThe graduating students an associate programmer. He SR-22 Filing
chose the personal recognition received his bachelor's degree Don't be fooled by low down payments for applications
of having their names announced t in mathematics and phy- which do not give you Insurance coverage.. W. haysbeen
In business for two generations and take pride
and their degrees individually -
sics from Morehouse
Collegein ,
In servicing our customers with honest explanationsand
conferred instead of e 1962. He was an early admission honest answers. We Insure you with companiesthat
a group ceremony with a tradi- a (grade NfromNorth-) give you the lowest possible rat...
tional commencementaddress. western Sr. High School.He is LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS i
Highlight of the ceremonywas married and has a son. D. GOODMAN & SONS
presentation of a Valentine's brother, Re- 2638 NW 62nd ST. OX 1-0380

special presidential award, ginald, whent to work at Ford '

rr Motor Company Mercury Division -
rl after graduation from
... sL1 Morehouse College in May'66in
the Controller's Office, St. H
Al 2 Locations to Serve. You!

newspaperman and longtime ates, with 330 receiving the POST OFFICE
dEd chief of the Washington Bureauof Associate in Science. The remainder !
the Knight newspaper chain, received diplomas of '
was on hand for the event,and graduation in recognition of Dugie's Paradise
was himself surprised by be- completion of other programs acceptance of applica-
ing presented the first hono- offered by the college. tions fro m all applicants for, 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396
rary degree ever conferred by Preceding the ceremony, positions of Substitute Clerk ,
Miami-Dade. Mia m 1- Dade's 600-member and Substitute Carrier at all AND 'lib
A tribute to the late Paul R. faculty provided an i impressive post offices listed under An- ;I
Scott, who, until his death last and colorful spectacle as nouncement No. AT-148-17 Dugies Guest lIollseI
----- week, had served as chairmanof they marched in full academic (67)) is suspended effective
the College's Advisory regalia in the processional.Music May 1, until further notice. 2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851
Laheythe Committee, was delivered by was by the college Or-
$1,000 Ed Lahey Scholar. Mrs. Lyle Roberts, former chestra, directed by Robert Applications received after
ship, to graduating student school Board chairman and Basso, and the combined North the suspension date will not be There are no better,rooms on earth, than the I
Bobby Reid, journalism major longtime close friend of Mr. and South Campus choirs,dir- accepted unless they are postmarked rooms you will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE.
and Student Government pre- Scott. ected by Forrest McGinley. on or before may 1.
sident of M-DJC North Cam- IThe largest number of degrees Miami-Dade Army ROTC Seeing Is believing. The accommodations

pus during the past year. conferred was the Asso- cadets formed a color guard The examination subject to you'll receive, you will find only In thi s 'i
Lahey, one of the nation's top ciate in Arts to 1,381 gradu- for the raising of the colors. reopening by the Board at a rot her.., f ,

,later date,J.\ ;
Jamaica !Jug i., Always a' Friend.: ', ''i",
For further details, consult ,
Real Estate Values In Suburbs Hold Up the original announcement. I


When Negro Families Move In, Studies ShowNew .............................. ,

York, May 1 Studies several doors away. Interest- supply company.In the article, *9 FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS :
done in a half-dozen U.S.cities ingly enough,these homes next Robinson, a Negrq sums up his
generally show that real estate door are not remaining unsold attitude toward living in Park 9o
values do not plummet in sub- and the buyers are Invariably Forest. CALL m
urban neighborhoods when Negro whites.
families move in. The experience of Park The guy next door may not "............m." y
An article appearing in the Forest shows that on the whole like Negroes, but your pre-
current issue of Look maga- integration has proceeded witha sence is a lesson in itself.We BONDED \

zine cites the example of Park minimum of ugly incidents. didn't come here to socialize r
Forest, Ill., a Chicago suburb Quoted is Leonard Robinson, with people; we came here to 9 *
typical of many residentialareas 33, an executive with a linen live,. he says.Phonei : RENTALAGENCY
across the country.In -

Park Forest, real estate 9 .J!
values have not fallen with the
advent of integration,the arti- NA 1.7203 Notary Public

cle Bernard notes. J. Fried, presidentof Pr4INC

the Park Forest Realty Co.

of the Park Forest Realty Co., AND ASSOCIATES i ,
states in the magazine that \___,/ ..-.- >NNNNNNN
over-all prices of homes in the J0T PUBLIC SERVICEPublic .
neighborhood have risen 10 to THE LARGEST PRIVATE-HOUSING RENTAL AND MANAGE- .

20 percent since Negro fami- Relations Consultant MENT AGENCY IN THE SOUTH, OPERATING IN DADE AND .
lies started buying homes Theatrical Editor The Miami Times :
However, he adds, homes -
mext door to a Negro family 16351 NW 18th Place (Bunch. Park) Miami, Florida A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for convenience. .
are selling on the average of '
for and adult "rent free furnished I:
10 to percent less than those A community recreation center teenage' .
.. and air conditioned for your comfort and enloyment, .,. ;
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"- A public relations deportment to assist you ,with your, problems I ,,,!/;'*r:,. "':;J 9
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<, :Tenants; 1 tj \,concern 'wllf!I stop vandalism. ; end. reduce. n,ihejCOM t.'of4housng.f i| ;e fM y 9 I''

Q 4150 NW 7th Ave.PL 9.8733 9

ji1f11P 914255 NW 22nd Ave., Opo-locka MU 8.0617 1163 NW 3rd Ave. r FR 3-84)6) 9
9512,NW 1st Aye. Hollandole WA 7.2434 1675 NW 62nd St. OX 6-2467 9
<05NW 7th T.rr.Ft. Lauderdale- 4.3357 4240 NW 27th Ave. -NE ;5.3466:::: 9
at the 17325 Homestead Ave. Perrine CE 5.3553 3801 Grand Ave. Grove. HI 5.1381 9

$ 1019 Hammondvlllf Rd. Pompano- 3.3235 9

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inRCMKC HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .

I GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager :p pI .:

CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director 9


: If I am to enjoy a better life, others must live better too" L. L. Brooks I
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4 THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday., May, 5. 1967H.

EOPI Legal Services to Be Equalby

E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Whitney M. Young Jr.ExecullveDlrectorNationat.
Following last week's article, several persons commentedon
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor the Idea of the adoption" of poverty person or family by f Urban League
.. __ one financially able. The object of this type of adoption wouldbe
Member of the Notional Newspaper Publishers Association the personal participation by those involved rather
than limiting the activities to the haves giving, and the have-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES nots accepting, financial contributions. The poor are concerned The fighting in Vietnam has resulted in a war of words hereat
___........ O' ._ ... _..._._._ that someone is concerned with them. home between the 'hawks," who favor stronger military
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post\ It is visualized that a relatively inaependant family would action, and the "doves," who favor a negotiated settlement of
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 undertake to get to know,* andassist a poverty family; the war, the sooner the better.
... .. .... .
for civil
-- --- these is the struggle rightsfor
through exchanges of visitation to each others home, partici- Caught between groups
Officer at
/ .. 6530._._NW_.._15th_Ave._ ..-_Phones.. _.___691.0421..... .n._ -_691.0455. _._. pation in the others social, cultural ;and economic activities, all Americans. Both the hawks and the doves, for different
"CREDO etc. Thereby each would begin to appreciate problems and reasons, say we can't fight a war in Vietnam and carry on a
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead frustrations of the other, and aid and assistance would come war against poverty here at home.
the world from racial and, national I antagonism when It accords therefrom.As Both sides are wrong in this matter. Many hawks seem to
to every man regardless, of his race, creed or color his the long hot summer comes upon us, it is gratifying to feel that the war must get top priority and that domestic issues
human and legal rights Hating no' man, fearing no man-the see that so many persons and groups are showing interest in like ending poverty will have to wait, since we can't afford the
Negro Press strives to help every' man In the firm belief that the many individuals, young and old, who will be out of work, costs of both wars. But we can. The federal programs labelled
all men are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. or school, or both, come this June. "war on poverty" are costing less i than the farm subsidy oro-

For the very young there must be supervised activities and gram, the proposed supersonic airplane, or the space program.For .
facilities, perhaps similiar to the day care programs, so that every dollar spent to help s o m eon e out of poverty, we
lJIe ditor's otebooh the children will be properly cared for while their parents are spend almost $4 to put a man on the moon.
away at work; for the teenager, activities or jobs should be So we can afford both wars if we spend more wisely on those
made available to enable them to gainfully band beneficially programs which will pay off by getting people jobs and helping
REV. KING COMMENDS CLAYDr. spend the summer months, and for the mature citizens employment them become tax producers instead of tax consumers, insteadof

Martin Luther King, in'a sermon at Ebenezer Baptist opportunities are essential. spending on programs which should have lower priority because
Church on Sunday, commended Cassius Clay, heavyweight In order that any appreciable percentage of the above groupsbe they are less important.
champion of the world, who was stripped of his title t last week so occupied, it is apparent that, in spite of the concern and Besides, we have the resources to raise more money for
because he refused to be inducted into the Army in order to be arrangements being made, much greater effort and planning necessary program. Nobody likes to have his taxes less than
sent to the war in Vietnam. :Hy will be necessary. A poll would undoubtly disclose that in Dade any other industrial country.
Dr. King accused the Johnson administration of bringing the County, thousands, or perhaps tens of thousands, are and will The doves would probably agree with this,but many of them
U.S.. commander back in the United States to stifle anti-war be to a greater extent in the summer, within the afore- say that the war on poverty could get the money now spent on
dissent. mentioned catagories and in need of guidance and assistance.The the war in Vietnam, estimated at$24 billion this year. This is
"It's a dark day in our nation when high level authorities will magnitude 0 f the problem would ideally require that the unrealistic. There is no guarantee that this money would go to
seek to use every method to silence dissent," said Dr. King. combined efforts of governmental, business, and civil leaders the war on poverty, in fact, judging from recent experience, it
He told his congregation that he chose preach on Vietnam and facilities be put to the task. is highly unlikely.
"because conscience gives me no choice." Neighborhood individuals and groups, involved or interestedin I Ending the war in Vietnam won't mean that the money won'tbe
Dr. King said America must repent from a tragic, reckless the presented problems, can be oft rem endou s benefitto spent on other foreign needs. Billions will h a veto go to
adventure in Vietnam," and urged every young man who finds themselves and others by actively participating therein to, Vietnam to repair the damage done to that war-torn country
the war objectionable and unjust,to file as a conscientious ob- secure the needed facilities, etc. Those seeking summer jobs and billions more will have to go toward bolstering the poor
jector. should begin now, with the cooperation of job counsellors, etc, nations of Asia, Africa, and Latin-American to help end con-
i Speaking of Clay, Dr. King said: "Here is a young man willing to find employment. County wide, many jobs are and will become ditions which make them vulnerable to social upheavals. Likeit
I to give up fame if necessary; willing to give up millions of available, and persons should actively solicit business or not, America is the prime power in the world today andit
i dollars to do what conscience tells him is right." establishments, wherever they be found, for such purposes. must bear the costs which go with the responsibilities of its
There will be many who will, no doubt, agree with Dr. King. Ultimately perhaps, more employers, particularly of large position. It is highly unrealistic i to expect this situation to
groups of persons, will show preference for the hiring of unfortunates change in the near future or to expect national priorities to
ADAM CLAYTON POWELLWell and will accordingly make their lot easier. Parents shift overnight.But .

with children who will need care during the summer should see why do both sides put so much stress on money? This
an interesting topic for discussion today is whether that the same will be available when the need arises. nation can do much to advance the civil rights of its citizens
Adam Clayton Powell is a Negro or a white man.
without spending one cent.
Reports are that several Negro leaders were upset by the
revelation that Powell told his wife that he was white. RANDOLPH GETS AWARD, Look a the current civil rights proposals to end discrimination
This should make little difference. Did not God make all nations in housing. An open occupancy policy would give Negroes
and colors to dwell upon the face of the earth? Are we not When A. Phillip Randolph, Labor and Civil Rights the right to live wherever their incomes and desires take them,
his children? Because of his love for us and for our salvation, Leader visited Bethune-Cookman recently, he was and it would be a giant step toward ending the current practiceof
did not he send his only begotten Son into this world? presented the Mary McLeod Bethune Medallion Award forcing Negrocitizensinto overcrowded, overpriced ghettos.
for outstanding achievements in his fight for civil rights This is not a spending proposal, it is a human rights proposal.This .
t CABINET CHANGES and human dignity. Randolph, a native of Crescent does not cost money.

According to reports, there are rumpled feelings in Governor City, Florida and friend of the late Dr. Mary McLeod, The same holds true for proposals to end the intimidation of
Kirk's cabinet,several resignations new appointments. is a graduate of Old Cookman Institute, Jacksonville, Negro citizens attempting to exercise their rights as citizens,
From New York comes a public relations firm headed by which merged with the Daytona Institute to form Be- or the proposal to end discrimination in choosing juries. The
William Safire. Chairman of the Florida Development Com- thune-Cookman College as it is known today. The pre- federal government could drastically improve opportunities

mission, William Beauford, has resigned.The sentation was made by Dr. Richard V. Moore, president, available to Negro citizens simply by strigentendorsement:of
governor vetoed federal money for Child Day Care Cen- Bethune-Cookman College. existing civil rights laws.
ter Programs in Dade County; but realized his mistake i
7 and changed his mind. None of this costs money, so the statement that the costs of
TROUBLE AT NORTH COUNTY? the war automatically stop further civil rights progress is

GUNMEN VISIT CAPITOLOn North County Elementary School was accused of alleged mistreatment false. Both the doves and the hawks who spend so much time
to Negro students in a recent letter signed by nine and energy talking about costs and money should spend their
Tuesday, in.Sacramento, California, a band of young Negroes time fighting for these important civil which
parents and sent to 13 persons or news media. A request was rights steps are
armed with loaded rifles
pistols and enteredthe
also made to dismiss the principal.The getting lost in their debate.
Capitol and went into the Assembly Chamber during a debate
Police seized some of the found them unloaded North County School Parent-Teacher Association sent
weapons, Whatever our personal feelings about the war in Vietnam
and returned them to the group which marched out of the build another letter praising the school, the principal and teachers. may be, we have to recognize reality. It does no good to say
ing, but were arrested by city police.Twenty-six were bookedon Daniel F. Westfall, supperintendent of Dade County Public to the nation: Civil rights or international security choose."
Schools, Northwest District held a conference a few weeks
various charges 15 ,
weapons Reality indicates what the nation's choice would be. That is why
They were known as representatives of the Black Panther ago, when four parents and representatives from the Com civil rights should be kept separate and apart from questionslike
munity Relations Board and the Urban League were present.He .
Party of Oakland and came to protest a bill restricting the Vietnam.
carrying of loaded weapons in the city limits. has made further Investigation among the pupils and
The party has about 40 members and is reported as having teachers, but said he has found no basis for the complaints. "

staged similar armed appearances in recent months.
Governor Reagan, asked about the demonstration, said he Phil OssoferThe I
agreed there is a right to bear arms, but there is no reason SAVING TIMEWe
why on the streets today a citizen should be carrying loaded are now on Daylight Saving Time. Florida, like 46 other Scriptures describe this water.
weapons.He states, turned its clocks and watches ahead one hour at 2 a.m. age with amazing clarity. Asa Isaiah must have also envisioned
called it 'ridiculous way to solve problems that haveto last Sunday in accordance with the Federal Uniform Time Act. student of the Bible, I have the nuclear bomb, for
be solved among people of good will." There are still many who are not in accord with the change: found many signs which fit this he told of the people who would
However, the time has been changed, and we have changed withit. day, literally as well as spiritually hide in the ground(bomb shelters
700 TEACHERS WANTED marking this age as"the ?), when God raises to
j time of the end" of which Jesus shake terribly the earth.
Dade School Board authorities reported that 700 teachers spoke. ((2:19)).
will be needed for the opening of schools in September, Successful RUTLEDGE PEARSON KILLED Isaiah seems to have had I believe that Isaiah's great
recruiting seems to depend largely upon salary offer many glimpses of these times est vision depicting this day is
ed. Wage negotiators this week the school Rutledge Pearson, Florida's President of the NAACP died
; as board to spend in his visions which came from revealed in the 11th chapter,
$3 to $4 million to immediately Increase the salary of teach of injuries inflicted in an automobile accident while enroute to God. Here is one sign from his in which he speaks of the con
ers. Memphis, Tennessee. He was also head of the Jacksonville book that literally fits this day: ing of the Messiah(the 2nd

Several School Board members are ready to approve a base branch of the association. "Thy silver is become dross, coming of Christ), when God
F salary $4,800,a $500 increase over the present starting sal Surviving are his wife, a daughter, 15, two sons, 11 and six thy wine mixed with water." shall "set up an ensign for the
years. (1:22)). nations, and shall assemblethe

ary.The Classroom Teachers' Association, Mrs.Janet Dean ._. -0' ___ Our silver coins are now outcasts of Israel, and gather -
f president, sees a way of providing funds for the teachers in diluted" with copper, sign the dispersed of Judah
crease. They would stop such expense as $1.5 million for --- of our economic problems, and from the four corners of the
musical instruments and use it for salaries. just a short time ago a news earth."
MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE item in our local papers reported The return of the Jews to the
Superintendent Dr. Joe Hall said a $5,800 figure would put that in many bars liquor Holy Land and the forming of
Dade County in a little better competitive position,but neitherhe MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY was being "cut" (water added the nation of Israel,both com-

nor the P.P.C. considers it an ideal salary. APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU. ), and that empty whiskey ing within this age, signify to

bottles, which by law must be me that soon all nations shall
The P.P.C. is asking for a beginning salary of $7,000 and ,
destroyed, were being refilled find that "ensign" which denotes
improvements throughout the salary scale. PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
with cheaper brands. Truly, the return to earth of that

; This proposal would cost $22 million next year. our silver has become dross Christ Spirit of which Isaiah
I and our wine is mixed with spoke.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 5, 1967 5

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The auxiliary of the Frontiers' will met at the home of Mr. T

and Mrs. T. Plessy, Sunday evening, at 7:00 p.m. .
The LaRue Ford's are proud parents of a beautiful bab;' girl. 0 _
Mrs. Ronald (Marjorie) Young, served as one of the Re-
souce persons at the Southeastern Guidance Workshop in Group
Counseling at Florida Atlantic University, last week. n
The LeCharme Club "18- observed their First Annual"Gay "

Twenties Tea Sunday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert .r'

Thomas. Theta James did the narrating.Julia Morton won first
prize for her costume. 1j. ,

Earlington Height's third graders are working feverishly to
meet the May 11, date. The Public is invited to a Real Live

Circus, with Clowns, Sideshows, Trickriders anlall the trimmings Mr, and Mrs. Louis "at.Jackson's Toddle Inn and a

It starts at 10:00 a.m. ,j.Y j. Williams, the parents of Tonda' .. music student of Mr. Linton
The Eute Civic aodSocial Club hosted their anniversary Ball r Renee Williams, wish to thank Berrien. Tonda resides at

at the PBA Hall, Saturday it was enjoyed by all. everyone for making it possible 1480 N.W. 59th Street. A total

CONGRATULATIONS: r for Tonda to reign as Queenof of $865.00 was reported by
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A.Wake Sr.on their 48 Wedding anniversary May Day on May 5, at 7:30 her. Again, many thanks to

p.m. She is a third year student each of you.
Mrs. Ethel Wilkinson for being one of the five finalist in the

"Teacher of the Month" contest for the state of Florida. She .---
will be presented a certificate when the article appears in f '' x'n'' erd
Grade Teacher. Carver .
NASSAU, BAHAMAS Relaxing in the gardens of f,
Among those attending the Episcopal Church Women's Con-
the Sheraton-British Colonial Hotel, Nassau, Bahamas,
ference, April 30 May 3, at Bishop Lovttit Conference Cen- Ranches
is Miss Ethel Waters of Pasadena and Los Angeles, Ca-
ter-Camp Wong-Mann Avon Park are Mesdames D.A.Julius
lifornia. Miss Waters was in Nassau as a special guest,
John Jarrett and William Littles.
singing at the Nassau Crusade for Christ; the night of News
Get well wishes to: Ella Lee Fuller, Sister of deacon Hen-
her over nine thousand people attended the
ry McDuffie, who under went surgery at Jackson Hospital, Isa- service.appearance Miss Waters who specializes in religious bal By Walter Bow
bell Young a patient at Victoria Flora Johnson at
lads, has also appeared on the stage and in movies as
home, Annie Lee Oliver So. Miami, at home,William SturrupSr. an entertainer. She has also written a book entitled The New Jerusalem Church
Christian Hospital., Mrs. Constance Smiley,sister EarlP. short and Friendship Union Church y kA
"His Eyes on the Sparrow. Miss Waters spent a ,
Cave has extended her stay in Miami with the family. three-day visit in the Bahamian capital. sponsored a Bnqqquet, Thurs ,
Mrs. Elizabeth Collins, Assistant Supervisor of North, Dade day night, April 27
County attended the National Council of Teachers of Mathema- Rev. R 0 11i s Taylor and

tics in Las Vagas where she served on two committees.: From DEMOCRATS Rev. Arthur Jackson, Rev. L.
there she went to Palo Alto, California to observe computors, ., YOUNG C. Albert was the guest speaker. i\\
assisted instructors and visited R.C.A. Instruction Systems CALENDAR TEA MAY 14 Committee memberswere ,

Division, The Behavioral Research Lab 0 r tor y and several The Dade County Young De- : Rev.W.H. Jackson,Rev. 1.1

schools in the area. mocratic Association will 0. Smith Mrs. R. Taylor, Mrs.A. Miss Sandra V. Knowles is a ,
A suprise bridal shower was given Gloria Coleman by Ida sponsor their Fourteenth An- Jackson, Mrs. R.N. Cooks, 1967 Senior Debutante of Attacks I
Turner and Barbara Burrows, Sunday, at the home of Mr. and nual Calendar Tea,Sunday, Mrs. Ethel Bailey, Mrs.Louie High School. I',
Mrs. William Turner. The beautiful decorations were done by May 14, from 4 p.m.to 6p.m., Randolph, Mrs. C.Jenkins, She has been chosen Miss I
Cleomie F. Johnson. at Roosevelt Savings and Loan Mrs. Leroy Wilson, Mrs. Ber- Personality, Miss Volunteer

Mr. and Mrs.Norman(Dorothy)Gregory and Miss Daisy Du- Association. Guest Speakerwill nice Franklin, Mrs. Francis Service, and is the winner of
kes, entertained guests Saturday night in a back yard Fish Fry. wa be Cecil W a 11 ace Whit- Long, and Miss J. Long. two trophies. She plans to attend -

Some of the ones enjoying a night under the stars: Mr. and field, minister of works, Chairman, Mrs. J. Cambridge Clark College. Sandra Is

Mrs. John (Evelyn) Souter, Amos Tlce, Mr.and Mrs. Thedore i chairman of The Progressive the daughter of Reverend and
(Bert) Dukes, of Miami, Mr. and Mrs RJ (Cassie) Washington Liberal Pary of Nassau. Good The members of the New Mrs. George H. Knowles Sr., i
Mr. and Mrs.John(JaniEt Brown, Miss Artie Gregory and fellowship and good music will Jerusalem Spiritual Churchcelebra'ted 5341 S.W. 23rd Street, West Ir.

Pauline of Hallandale, Mr.and Mrs. Louis Moore of Opa-locka, be the order of the day.. the Rev. Rollis Hollywood, Florida. !d .
Mr. and Mrs. Claude (Clyde) Hunter and Miny more Taylor's First i Anniversary. I
Mrs. Cleora Rawls celebrated her 28th Birthday with family ---- -- GARDENIA CIRCLE 5 April 29, at 5680 Flagler St. SouthDade I

at 6820 N.W. 15th Avenue, Friday April 28. Mrs. M.I. Daniels The Greater Miami Alumni CLUB MEETSThe Hollywood. It was highly ap-
her aunt gave a surprised birthday party. (Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, a Gardenia Circle Club preciated by Rev. Taylor. News "

Get well wishes tp Charles Lockhart in Cedars of Lebanon. :National Honor Society in Edu- met at the home of Mrs Catherine V.F.W. Post. No 8195 West

Daughter Pearl flew in from Washington to be at his bedside. Congratulations to Johnnie Gay Curley High's all-state Francis as a member recentlyat lar meeting Sunday, May'1"Jt
Street. At this meeting final Sunday was Missionary Day.
guard, who got a four-year basketball scholership at Memphis the Biscayne Terrace Hotel plans were made for the 5:00 p.m. All members please The Junior Choir and Ushers
years be present. Folia Boyd is
State University. !after extending him an Invita- ,
Annual Tea to be rendered service.
given on, comander
tion to join.The Society found-
A Smile costs nothing but creates much.It happens in a fash i t of Mission-
Miami D 1st r c
and the memory sometimes lasts forever.It cannot be bought, i encourages excellence in Johnson Hall 1328 N.W. 3rd ver Ranches Volunteer Fire
Allen Is
aries Mrs. F.A. sup-
begged, borrowed or stolen. but it is something that is no scholarship and high personal Avenue. Department; by the Holiday ,
earthly good to anyone until it Is given away. So if In your i standards among its many Mrs. Edna G. Smith, is pre- Social Club of Hyde Park. Mrs. ervisor thanks to everyonewho Tea and

hurry and rush, you meet someone who is too weary to smile, i chapters In 238 cities in47 sident, Mrs. Helen K. Ward, Catherine Stubb, president. made Review our Spring
Fashion a success.
leave one of yours, for no one needs a SMILE quite so much as i states. Francis is a memberof reporter. ."..
he who has none to give. Author Unknown. the Rainbow Park Elem. -
School faculty and serves as Prom dresses moy be
Elementary Caseworker received crushed in the rush at the
Don't forget Campship for IXORA Girl Scouts ;
: ( his B. S. from FAMU dance. Avoid the crowds.

and M.A. from NYU. lie holds For pictures come to'
2nd Ave. Open til 1 a.m.
Alpha Fraternity and several
promote the physical, mental, and spiritual well being of ,\other organizations. May 5, 12 and 26.DON'T .
every girl and leader.To .

develop resourcefulness, initiative, self-reliance, and recognition 'I' .
of the worth and dignity of each individual.To '
provide opportunities for practice in democratic living.To i S

develop a sense of responsibility, qualities of leadership, '
and an awareness of the capacities of all people.To ,

inner satisfaction of and wonder :
provide an a sense awe ,
and a deep enjoyment for both girl and leader.To This letter Is an expression of our appreciation -

to our many friends who were so helpful in
provide a sense of accomplishment.To the last election.

Your valuable time of cars, passing out
stimulate each girl's awareness of the scope of the natural
world. posters, etc., is highly appreciated. I count your
goodwill oncFriendship among our most highly
To develop the individual's sense of responsibility for conserv- WAIT UNTIL JUNE TO HAVE possessions and if it were not for people like you, )

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Drop in, won't you and let personally
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Beauty May all/ the good things of life be yours.

May the sunshine of happiness be on your side
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I Two Dazzling Affairs Close Miami's; Winter Social SeasonAs I

the traditional winter season ends, the local Miami set came out en-
masse to glamourize last weekend's social functions with an unprecedented DO YOU WANT EQUAL

turnout. Two of our fair city's most prominent organizations hosted approximately EDUCATION? COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
2500 guests to make this past weekend one long to be remembered. STEREO
Friday night at Bayfront Park Auditorium, Kappa Alpha Psi hosted a You can help the children in RADIO TAPE RECORDER
your neighborhood. You
record turnout as Miami's young and old made reminiscent of the
merry good help them get an equal educa- VET TV
old days.As tion.

a clincher on Sunday, the fabulous Rinkydinks, Inc. floored Miami TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
Beach with their greatest offering yet. The Times salutesthese socially pro Please come to the A-1 Edu-
minent organizations for adding to this year's really great affairs. cation Club meeting every 379-7735

Times photographer Bill Harris captured these candid photos on assign. Tuesday night, at 8:00 p.m. at. 845 NW 2ND
the Culmer Center, 490 N.W. AVENUE
me"*. Glamour Photos. 9 TO 9
11th st. Bring your friends.

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MIAMI TIMES, Friday;; May'5. ., 19 7

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Dr. and Mrs. Furman Ford- 1
ham, of St. Albans, New Yorkto weir + ?.
present Special Benefit
Concert, at Bethany S.D.A. 4
Church 2500 N.W. 50thStreet, .'
Sunday May 7th, at 4:00 p.m. iI
Music lovers of Miami, and
LINE-0.TYPE nearby communities will be ,
delighted to leart that Dr Fur- \
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: All Florida beauticians i are man Fordham and his attrac- jji
mourning the loss of State Past President of Orange Blossom tive wife Ruthie, will presentone
Beauticians Association Helen Waldon, who of their spectacular, and
died last Sunday In het home town of West unusual concerts, consistingof it
Palm Beach. Mrs. Waldon, whose body was solos and duo selections,to i
funeralized from Payne Chapel Wednesday, benefit the Union S.D.A. Academy pN t
served as head of the popular beauticians organization This concert will be
for more than 18 years Jose- geared along the line of those xu
phine Dunn, popular local hotel owner and presented by the famed sing- "
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prominent Antler member of IBPOEW of y ing couple in the UnitedStates, L
Elks, died in Oakland, Cal., while visitingher / and abroad. Stage, screen and TV star Sammy Davis, Jr. chats with friends followinghis two
brother John Henry Leggett. Mrs benefit performances at Howard University last Monday night. They are Howard Secretary
Dunn's body was funeralized in her hometown The Fordhams distinguished G. Frederick Stanton (right) and Ambassador of Guyana and Lady Carter.
Douglas, Ga, where Rev. David Butler, an 18-year resident of themselves here several Lady Carter is the former model and actress Sarah Lou Harris. Davis performed two
the Dunn Hotel, here, attended the burial ceremonies. years ago when they presented concerts at Howard and contributed the proceeds, some $14,000, to the University'sfund.
Dr. Forham's Amazing A scholarship in his name will be established for deserving but needy stu-
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Miami will host the 1968 version of Speech and Music Workshop dents. Sammy said he will perform at Howard annually in the future to supplementthe
the National Beauticians Association come July 28-August 6. which terminated in an out- fund. His performance was one of the highlights of Howard year-long 100th anniversary -
Biscayne Boulevard's Everglades Hotel will serve as headquarters standing performance that was celebration.
Dr Katie Whickam of Washington, D.C.heads the heralded by local newspapers, -
group as prexy. Sunlight Beauty School boss David A. Julius Telivision, and Radio. .r';l
will co-ordinate local proceedings along with the Miami con- Dr. Fordham, who has con- VARIETY OF ADULT THANK YOU
tingent of cosmetologists St James Baptist founder the ducted Choruses for the United CLASSES AT MDJCA PROM PICTURESIN
late Rev Joseph Johnson, whose brother Horatio taking active Nations, served as Music Co- variety of non-creditclas- Mrs. Katherine Davis(Lean) COLOR i
part in the church as Deacon Incidentally, Shirley Mae ordinator for the New York ses for adults will be offered Cash wishes to thank her many Deal's Studio
Hunter and Frank Hubert Sparks are headed for an altar date State Exibit of the recent New in the ten-week term beginning friends for their kind words, 307 NW 2nd Avenue
at St James on May 27. York Worlds Fair, and was May 8 by the Department of telegrams, flowers, cards, Open until 1 a.m. May 5,
among the 40 recipients of the Continuing Education, Miami- gifts and donations during her May 12. and May 26. Avoid
SALT WATER TAFFY: Retired Bahamian Government Se- coveted silver medalion, pre- Dade Junior College, South recent stay in the hospital. the rush' at the dance. 311-
cretary to Board of Education Cleveland H. Reeves over from yented by the New York Worlds Campus. May God bless all of you. 5016.
the Isle of Pink Pearls to see his son Coleridge, bedded in Fair. Among the classes avaiableare (Lean)
Jackson Memorial for possible surgery...Newark, New Jer- The public is cordially invit- Art Appreciation, Oil
sey's Alpha Phi Alpha's Carribean Dance a couple of Friday ed to attend this Concert Event Painting, Sketching, Music .
nights ago had former Miamians Drummer Man DavidPana- and bring a liberal offering Appreciation, Guitar, Re- !1. .
ma) Francis, Marion Fredericks, Leonard Thompson and Erna aid the S.D.A. Union Academy corder, Photography, Drama, \t 1'-( ,. J
Ali-Banks getting together like'old home week' Even Inez Fund. Languages, Business and secretarial C ,.j.1 ..tkajO
Duncambe went over from Harlem for the tun.fest .Satellite R.L. Woodfork, pastor.TOOTHACHE. courses, gold,and ) \ (
Lounge barmaid Clementine Pettigrew's sister Mary Lou Personal Improvement for m\fl
Cave was funeralized from St Luke last Sabbath. Conspiciouswith Women. :' "
their presence were former classmates and friends. Why wffw umy? I h. Mmitn lit rtMtf tint Registration may be made at i'JSI110NS
Imfl wltN NA ltt. MtwtrtTiM* toniwlaMitt '
H .. wart wlctly! It rtllwt IhrobWnf. the Department of Continuing '
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THE WEEK'S WASH: National Secretaries Week (for public tl.t.. ;
.-" tor
school secretaries) was celebrated throughout the county recently t... information, telephone lS:
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with Dunbar Elementary principal\, and teachers gifting -=. 274-1101. {. MoTftE
schoolmarms Maebel1Wilson, Thelma Robinson, TeraStewardand -.,, .. l
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Verdell Drayton last Friday. Variety Childrens Hospital ;' '\ &.1 ( M ti
to get funds from gospel spectacular which might star Ma-
halia Jackson in a Marine Stadium Concert. Mary Light- ., tIJt : \ pr's," (7 i
foot, protege' of Marie Huttoe-Wellman, and a finished pro- ', I''V'' ( 1ie. ''I" }&\
duct of Miami Springs Police Academy (judo, et al) assistingher :' '
teacher in sleuthing science at Opa-locka's J.M. Fields
Merchandise Mart Minette Scavella ailing at Cedars of
Lebanon Ditto Percy Sharpe at Christian Memorial.
STUFF AND SUCH: Pres. Kyles Curry and his St Agnes' Us- \ I
her Board Guild's dinner sale' last Sabbath was an effort laun- t
ched for the purpose of purchasing and donating hymn booksto 4
St Agnes' members. Theda Christian at home with virus .
Florabell Forbes-Green's son Billy discharged from the t, .
USAF after a four-year stint, now relazes ina 1967 Cougar in t r. I:. 1'" {h e r
Opa-locka Rev Fr T. Dear and Clarice R. Littles, Incar- r' .,,
nation religious stalwarts, to Avon Park as Episcopal repre-
sentatives, Ditto Julie Clarke of Transfiguration. Percy
Brown Jr vacationing at home from University of Florida with / ",
mon and pop Percy and Carmeta BrownSr. Alice Hawkins
Thunderbirdodging traffic enroute to classes at Phyllis Wheat-

ley. ( !t/ *

SWEETS TREATS: Mi Sinai Nurse Ollie Griffin expecting
? ? ? Bruce Williams' daughter Yvonne DeVeaux-Goggins
transfers from Phyllis Wheatley to North Carol City Elementary ""..
.Ditto Quentin North from BTW to Miami Jackson Sen- ... .
ior High Milton Rolle home from Nassau Ed Cooks
acting silly ? ? ?Dr Howard Hadley home from Jackson Mem-
orial. Nat (King) Cole's widow, Marie, quitting show biz
? ? ? Patrolman William Matthews at Sunrise Lounge .Clarence ,
(Lucky) Wilson at the Satellite. .. Ditto James F. Paul,
Calvin Allen, Evelyn Smith and niece Rebecca Walker with
visiting guest Nathan Rolle of Bimini; Parrot Lounge waitress .11, I
Bernice Johnes, Jimmy Mincy, Bobbie Cooper.

CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: A cross-section of Tan Town's
formidable young men are members of the two-month-old Dip- II
lomat Civic Club that's sponsoring a Round Trip To Nassau r'F sw-a,
Saturday (May 8)) Kappa Alpha Psi's Black and White Ballin
Bayfront audit last Friday a'such-a-much'affair. Agnes Cindy Lou Cosmetics is proud to announce their\ sponsor-
Jarrett-Clarke still in Jackson Memorial, but her rally was ship of Miss Roz Hill to be a contestant in the Miss Florida
big league stuff. It only happens in the Majors Come July Universe Beauty Contest to be held My 5, at the Miami Raceway -
Gladys Roberts a vocalure at The Rancher, backed up by the This is the first Negro contestant ever to be entered in
musical Castellano Brothers Billy Daniels and agent Joey this contest. As manufacturers of Negro cosmetics we are
Fontana rifting ? ? Miami-Metro newsman John .-Batchelor proud to be a part of this first.
filing through the Grand Way ((54th turnstiles Ditto Dr Jean Williams, Executive Director, Miss Florida- Universe
James Hogan's office assistant Edna Williams-Hall, school- Beauty Pagent, Suite Univ. A, DuPont Plaza Hotel, 300 Bis-
marm Doreen R. Young and former welter-weight champ Louis cayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida 333138, Phone 371-1508,
Rodriguez in the same merchandise mart. Mary Kemp'sgrandmommy Dave Redden, Cindy Lou Studios, 1104 N.W. 6th Street, Fort Patricia'sDress
Mrs Hattie Hammett, a three-week refugee Lauderdale, Florida, Phone 565-3010.
from Atlanta as houseguest other grandarling That goateed House of Photography photo
ofay 'gay boy' playing and cavortirgwith his talents among- Shop
customers ar Earl's Zebra Lounge ..Dunbar Elementary 'Tea' in the Alhambra Room of Hotel Seville and Flap Jones''
Visiting Teacher-Counsellor Marjorie Young attended a two- Kappa Alpha Psi outing in Bayfront Park audit'tother sundown 5843 NW 17th AVENUE
day conference at Boca Raton. The Swingers, with Jenny That's it, brother and everybody's racket, but who wantsto PHONE 6963515I
Mae at the piano, at the Lakewood lounge. Echoes are still warn wives -- some hubbys are living 'double life' and
ringing from the hurrahs accorded Flo Hawkins' Rinkydinks their 'kept packages' are living more sumptuous than you!'
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By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross
PRESS BOXIs Adam ClaytonPowell aNegro? Mrs.
.: Yvette Powell (Puerto Rican) wife of ousted CongressmanAdam
SCHOOL SCOOPS Powell, quoted her husband as saying"he has no Negro
Mays High Juniors will Bayfront Park auditorium f' >\;\ blood." Intruthheclaimes to lie a white man's son, legally
Friday night, May 5. The Polynesian motif will be emphasizedin I' .,'1Jtt adopted by his grandpa, Powell, and reared as a Negro. .
the sophomores' hotess costumes, table decorations, and P3MT) 4 ,tit; H ,', Rep John Conyers Jr., (D., Mich.) would like to see Powell
leis for each guest. 'r\ f).J Y vi come to Washington and fight his battle for his seat Mu-
t VI hammed All (Cassius Clay) to be inducted into military ser
.1967 Seniors will stage their class play,"Ah Men," on May )::1' ', I, vice Friday, April 29, says the High Courts Jackie Ken-
11, in the auditorium. The comedy, which depicts governmentin Sift! *; her cloths 3 inches above the knees
:. ., nedy(Mrs. J.F.K.)wearing
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the hands of the fairer cast Wanda ( "
sex, Ferguson, Sharon : f Noted Rabbi Israel Margolies, in a recent speech, upheld
Hepburn, Cleveland Morrow, Thomas Hart ington and Jewel ; ;,;, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.for speaking out against the war in
Armstrong in the leading: roles. Curtain time I; 8:00 p.m.A 'i.
Vietnam as well as for Civil Rights.Rabbi Margolies said Dr.
had inherited the mantle of the late Mahatma Gandhi
i King as
from the Drama
troupe of 29 actors Mays High Depart- ,
ment presented its play, "American Passport" to audiencesat spokesman for non.violence Lynda Bird Johnson (LBJ's
the Annual Dramatics Festival In Rallahassee. The group daughter) at the St. Mark's Theater(off B'Way) to see "You're

left Miami on Sunday, April 23, for its three-day stay on a Good Man, Charlie Brown," escorted by Joseph Loeb Jr.

FAMU's campus. Before they returned Thursday, April 27, I
they toured Silver Springs, Six-Gun Territory, and Cypress SOUTHERN SOUL REVUE AT 125TH ST.APOLLO Disc jockeys
Gardens. Directed by Mr. Thomas Papino, the actors were Rocky G. and Frankie Crocker of Soul Station WWRL,
presented big show head by "Sam and Dave" in a record
chaperoned by Mrs. M. Shedd and Miss Patricia Lynch. "Save the boys, and you need not worry about the men," is
breaking show that may smash James Brownand Sam Cook's
an old saying that still has some truth in it.
During a luncheon at the Carib Restaurant on April 25, Pat- attendance record at the 125th St. Apollo when the count is in

ricia Booth (South Dade), Sharon HepburnMays( ), and Virginia Twenty-seven-year-old Clarence (Boo Boo) Woods lives in Others on the show include Jimmy Hughes ('Why Not To-
Lance (Palmetto) were awarded $50 savings bonds for their the B row n s v 111 e area of Miami.Three years ago he wanted night?'), Joe Simon (My Special Prayer),Arthur ConleySweetSoul
essay entries in the Citizenship I Contest sponsored by the something challenging to do, so he orga.n1zedagroup of seven Music), Mabel John's (You've Got a Good Thing), Eddie
Homestead Soroptlmist Club. Their essays reflected their youngsters and christened them the 'Brownsville Ambas- Floyd's(Raise Your Hand),and Kim ToWver Sam and Dave
roles in the Home, Community, and the Nation. The girls are sadors. The number Is now 95, and it is still growing.Boo Star) the Ch mels and Sam Baker... Kim T o lilY e r hails
high school seniors. from Cleveland, Ohio, and some lovely. 'Sam and Dave
Boo, who lives with his 74-year-old grandmother, Mrs. and their great ovation song, When Something's Wrong With
Gayle Smiley and Joseph Collier resigned over the May Day
Ida Ellen Johnson, at 5250 N.W. 26th Ave., seems to have the My Baby.' .. the greatest Otis Redding and his band at the B'
festivities at Frank C. Martin Elementary School on May 4.
knack of touching the kids Just howthey like it .. with some- Way 52nd Street "Cheetah" Count Basie and Kim Weston
Bandsmen from richmond Junior High were featured on the
thing hot."When. swinging at the Riverboat Empire State Building.
program. Following the dancing and traditional Maypole platIng -
the school's track team ran relay races. Refreshment
you go Into a deprived area, you have to get some- Want To Lose You," and Jimmie Lee Smith(a memberof
manned the PTA.
booths were by thing hot, or the kids aren't going to go for it," he said. his band) caugh In bed with two white women in Columbia,

Palmetto Senior High School Choruses presented their eigth S.C. A hospital worker, and a club waitress Massing
annual Spring FChoral Festival on Friday evening, April 21, at t; Woods is not young man who has enough spare time to with those white girlsinSouth Carolina, Jackie Wilson and
8:00 p.m. in the auditorium. It was an evening of delight and waste. He works as an attendant at Jackson Memorial Hospital Jimmie Lee Smith,ain't being smart... They were lucky get-
musical inspiration for those attending. Special thanks go to eight hours a day, and as a porter at Miami Jai Alai after the ting off with disorderly conduct charges...Aretha Franklin's

Mr. Dale Willoughby(Director), Mrs. Doris Pomerko (Asst. day's toil. I've Never Loved A Man,' dedicated to the Crown Phi Sweet
Director), and Mr. James Klein for making this choral pro- heart, MIss Edwina Moor Arthur Conley's "Sweet Soul
gram a success. "Psalm 121" was sung atthe program's con- The ages of Ambassadors range from five to 17. The Music," dedicated to Debbie Bethel(my HI girl)on her birth
clusion as a tribute to its composer,Millard Walker, Palmet- Crusaders is an auxiliary of the group. day April 14. She became a thirteen-ager.. The Ovations'
to's first choral director. (Me And My Imagination), dedicated to that pretty lassie, Marie
Alford. To Charles Shellman (S.F.Insurance) we dedicate
AROUND OUR PARKS the Supreme's (The Happening). This is'Scoop'Bethel saying,
Cindermen from the Richmond Heights TrackTeam competed iI Time and tide wait for no man.' C-U-JiX-WK.

in the events at the meet sponsored by the Florida Athletic =

Club on Saturday, April 29, at the University of Miami. The 't MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
team topped other clubs at the Miami Track Club Meet last
month on Miami Dad's South campus. mVE I/f MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY

Richmond Heights will be represented in the Queen's court I ,
at Prarie View University by Gwendolyn Anita Amstrong. As :_- I I i EASE PATRONIZE THEM!

Miss Prarie View's first attendant, she will appear at all of- _
ficial school functions during the coming academic year.Gwen, 1
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Arstrong (Queen), is a i
Junior at the Texas school. Call


Day was observedat Second Baptist Church on April CHARLESROGERS
29. The morning program was highlighted with a speech by 1 THE
Deacon Leon Rogers. The subject for his speech was: 'Adding,
Subtraction, Multiplication, and Dlvision-The Solution to Salvation w
,' The "Sherub Choir,' directed by Mrs. Wright, sang
for the program. A skit, "Heavon Bound sparked the afternoon .... __ AT PL 1.7502

session. FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
The Young/; People's Department and the Missionary Society PIANO ORGAN
of Martin Memorial AME Church convened with other delegate ,
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WMBM Changes Its FormatTo


I 'Cool With Soul'

Radio Station WMBM In a commericial found on many
move to up-grade its sound rhythm and blues stations in
through better programminghas favor of hard hitting but softer

made some changes. pitches.

LBY They have softened the pro- They have dropped Milton
DAVE BONDU gramming and made the sta- "Butterball" Smith effective yi: \, .
tion sound more professional March 31 and in his place now r .

..without losing "their have China Valles, a veteranof

Claude Kirk said that he blocked Federal funds for child care soul." In this regard, they ten years of radio via Wash-

programs in Dade County and Tampa because In their present have discontinued the typical ington, D. C. who has a softer
form, they benefit far too few of the eligible disadvantaged yelling and screaming type of delivery and who will have

children in these areas." He also said that"the program here more appeal to the housewife

proposed to use nearly $1 milliontoaid, 1,000 children. While (noon to 3 p.m).

there are some 44,000 children in Dade County eligible for
The afternoon
man Clarence
these benefits." So several hundred ,
protestors staged a pro- "
"C. T. Taylor,has been
test in front of the Torch of pro
Friendship. Most of them were Ne- moted to Musical Director of
gro mothers, whose way of life has been changed by the help WMBM with the included responsibility -
this program has given them. They are able to work and sup- of compiling and
port themselves and their families, without being on the relief
distributing the WMBM "Soul
rolls. This, in turn, saves the State money, and puts more Survey" each week. 'l't : f' td tdi
money into the area economically helping Dade County. This 'S '

money is a federal grant and none of it comes from the State. !R Terry Johnston has been ,

We agree that the program has to be enlarged, but it takes named Program Director. ''
time. In the last year, 5 Day Care centers have been established '
These Cent e r s cannot be "put up" overnight. They In all probability there will

must be equipped properly, and staffed with care and concern .- be one or two further changes .
for the child's welfare.. Kirk has recinded his veto of this fed- before the new programmingformat I::;' I.,. I \ .J R ,

eral grant, and as it stands now, we will receive it. It is the China ,Valles is completed. i :..I.'"." RR. _
.consensus of opinion that he was "sadly misinformed" of the .
facts of this program, and he evidentlynow realizes that. Thisis 1 4IIf,
Becket & Bean 't::tf; !;, ; .'." .
a new start in life tor any child of the poverty area and in Opens ."i"i : .. I -:-- ,. T
time it will benefit more than the "one out of 44" claimed to "
Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach is a resort area
need it. The truth is that the poverty areas do not include only Insurance Office HereD
which has 23-miles of free, publlic, drive-on sandthat is one
Negroes, but we have been in poverty so much longer than other
minority groups and s e e m 1 fn g 1 y are more in need of the pri- a v IdE. Bradshaw, long recognized the need for of the natural phenomena of the Sushine State.
to be able to have The beautiful white, long, expansive beach is conducive for
mary efforts of this organization. There are,however, other President of Becket and Bean everyone
groups that are helped in this program. They are not as widely Insurance Agency Inc. has an- adequate automobile insur- most any type vacation activity including swimming, surfing,
relaxing in the sun just to name few nature's gift enjoyed by
and that it must be ,
publicized; nor are they usually in such dire straits.It nounced the opening of their ance pro-
new Miami office at 27th ave. vided on a low down payment, Bethune-Cookman College students.
seems that you seldom find a family with 13 to 9 children and 62nd St. N.W. Becket and low monthly payments basis.It Typical of the B-CC coeds is the lovely Bennye Langley, a

among otner races. Housing is easier to come by, even with Bean have long been recog- sophomore from Jacksonville, majoring in Biology. The 18-
that children is the intention of Becket year-old lassie whose hobbies are dancing and bowling,plansto
many among other races and this may be becausethe nized thoughout the country as
father is better paid,and the mother is available and equip- outstanding specialists in the and Bean to provide a red car- become a physician.

ped to teach her children how to keep the property owners field of automobile insurance.The pet insurance service for the
pro- --------------
perty in the condition it was in when rented. The average job company's motto has residents of the greater Miami

calls for 8 hours a day, but our mothers and fathers, of aver- been that every person is en- area. The motto of Becket and
A ?
age means, work "from sun-up to sun-down" serving break- titled to first classpromptauto Bean has been,that regardlessof
fast to dinner or doing days work. Where is the time to train insurance service and the problem, they will keep Now 2 locations to serve you
the children? Who sees about them when the parents are work- that it does not matter what the you in the drivers seat. It is COOKS BUSBOYS

ing? Things are looking up because of the EOPI training pro- age of the applicant is or whe- the intention to provide a DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
grams and help. Jobs are b e 11 e r; children are t a k e n off the ther that person has been can- speedy and fast service for SR STATION DRIVERS
streets and put into day care centers so that the mothers can celled or refused insurance 22 filings and automobile accident MOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS l
also work. The child is being. trained In getting along with, i before. Becket and Bean has and has no insurance.
others;; being properly fed; taught discipline and respect for A-l Employment Service

the property of others.No one complained when the Cuban peo- QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT:
Ov.r 20 Year Service In
ple had to leave their country in order to be free, and were Ear pleasing, Jeff Addams, wowed the crows at the Deauville
subsidized by our government.: But when it conies totheAme- Doral Beach, Fontainebleau and Crown Hotels recently. Miami 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663

rican Negro "being subsidized" (and some people think that Beach never had it so good. .. Home Management Aid, Eloise I 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382
only Negroes are being benefitted by this program), there is a Kennedy, of the Brownsville EOPI, celebrated her birthday May
hue and cry. 1. The staff showed their appreciation of her with a gift, and
her best birthday gift was being promoted to Acting Supervisorof
As has been often said at home. How
"charity begins can
the Home Management Department. Our deepest sympa-
the United States help other countries straighten out their pro- thy to the family of Rutledge Pearson, State President of the
blems and cannot solve their own?" Let us forward and helpto
go when his auto hita
NAACP. Mr. Pearson was killed this week,
enlarge these centers to the point where they benefit all
of the
bridge near Memphis,Tennessee..Jack Seigel, owner
44,000 of these children, regardless of their origin. It will take John
club. He is
Rancher, is making a physical change in the put- Begg
time surelybut it will be done. starts somewhere
Everything ting in a show bar, and plans to bring in a different type of entertainment -
and Dade County has the best start of any EOPI in the United voiced his
Hooray for Bob High! He displeasure -
States, and you'd better believe it! They are not politically involved -
A few
of the rejection of the federal grant. more moves
thereby no graft is possible. Mr.Kirk wants the moneyto after all
like that, and he just might make it to Tallahassee, YI
flow through the state. We say, leave it as is, and we will make
I read that Hubert Humphrey is trying to arrange-
not have the possibility of another Adam Clayton Powell or to the tune
ments to subsidize the Latin-American countries
Senator Dodd in this program. The monies are spent and accounted he to 900
million is
of 900 dollars. Question How going give '
for. The program speaks for Itself, and the help that million dollars??? Now that we have daylight saving time, :
is clearly visible speaks for itself. The Administrators of the don't you like it? I know I do. I can leave work at 5:00: and get
program in Dade County have the program at heart, and mostof in 18 holes of golf before dark. You can leave work and get in .
the employees get a personal satisfaction helping others.
Whatever is
some fishing or extra work around the house. your
This was a "requirement of employment."' They work long pleasure, you can "see" how to do it. An extra hour to spend

hours; give of themselves and their time to meetings, etc. for with the children, or relax. Enjoy itl.! We are awfully proudof
the betterment of communities and families. Let's give them
Bobby Reid, the young man who was government
credit for a good Job, and look forward to more widspread help president and 1967 winner of the outstanding student award at

for our citizens. Dade County Junior College. He received a$1,000.00 Ed Lahey +svtaAalASe u i iA

Scholarship, this year, and won the Florida Junior College Col-
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Irene Lotz,(Secretary to Porter legiate press Award for the best newspaper column in the stateto

o Homer) 1966. Bobby is now a fledgling reporter at the Herald, and

uon his graduation, along with 1734 students last Sunday night,
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Ed Lewis said: "The Negro youth has a great opportunity and a great obligation :.
to assume leadership in public affairs. It is up to us Rr fi.
VIP OF THE WEEK: Richard Weatherley (Director of EOPI) to show the broader prospective to lead the way to the con- I ,, <.'f ,'
ference table, and away from the picket line." Well done and *, Ht ,JUt! .Y
AN OPEN LETTER TO MELVIN REESE, CITY MANAGER: well said, Bobby. Congratulations That is it for this week. 7- 1i + -, .
Dear Sir: We, the residents of the Line Heights area of IT. PEACE! \>t f ,.. 7tE-"fJ t

Miami, would like to thank you and the City Commissioners for .... :..,. 1r ' at 58th Street and 10th .. 1.' \\ V
the signal light that was recently placed PROTECT YOUR FURNITURE '
Avenue. We feel that this is a"life-saver," and will completely WITHOUT HIDING ITS BEAUTYI ,, : :-.f.* f\ /)1/111 ell!
We have :.. ; ,. '. 1LAALD SCOTCH WAY J
erase future accidents at this"crash corner. one t 4fI,. CUSTOM MADE < +
other corner that has claimed the lives of at least two persons "' PLASTIC FURNITURE '

within the past three years, and where many, injuries have SLIP COVERS
several children in a three-car accident -
been sustained, including
last week, Again! Two days after that accident, a young .. emm LONA IASTIN.AUaf CLIAIMIAVY ,.,. was here!

child was hit by a taxi cab when the driver 'rushed' across rill MSItTANT R _
12th avenue 'dodging a fast moving car traveling North on 12th *

Avenue. We do not know if a traffic light would have saved this HUM .
child, but we do feel that the cab driver would not have had to /MOAAfAf.AIN {Mf 1L' l 'tltllNCNlr Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-
12th Ave- fUil fl Alt S{ MAltlfNUI bred Scotch drinkers They've been smacking their
move at such a speed, had there been light rfff ISTIMATU
nue, being a thoroughfare, makes for fast moving traffic, with Hrnncvimowl SPECIALIZING CARL lips over John Begg for'years. Suddenly this grand
overhanging tree branches looking south We are asking that All PUT IX1IPIN M IN PLASTIC NIGHT old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take a

you and the Commissioners, please help us to protect our EXCLUSIVELY SLIP COVERS peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best," say

children and ourselves with a light at this intersection. Child- MONf the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
ren who attend the school 58th Street and 13th Avenue wouldbe House ol Gretchen 314.508? taste is gentle and whose once is light.INS .

forever grateful, for this extra protection. Thank you. Formerly Gretchen-Nichola Plastic Cover IUNOH KtKI IHIUCI-M tMOf. MrtlTII MMES M.KtCMII I Ct,MC.II )



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday,. May 5, 1967 11 ,

I Regional Institute On Religion And Social Issues Monday )

nel Chairmen and resource person- Neighborhood Center Directorof tice, and the resource leaderis cese of Miami and the Rabbinical open with registration at 3:30' College, the Rev. Graham has
the discussion leaders for the EOPI. Paul S, Randall of the Office Association Greater p.m. at the Hillel House, Poncede been active in numberous gov-
Regional Institute on Re- of Community Service of the Miami. Leon Blvd. at Miller Road, ermental, civic and human relations -
ligion and Social ., ,
Issues, to be y.. h ; Diocese of Miami. Discussion Frank J, Magrath, regional will be former Arkanas Representative projects throughout
held Monday, May 8, at the leaders are: The Rev. Ben director of the NCCJ, and the Brooks Hays and state. {\

University of Miami,were announced Fraticello, Florida Christian Rev. Martin A. Walsh, chair- the Reverend Edward T. Gra- Former Congressman Hays, of
Tuesday by Dr. Her- Migrant Ministry and Roscoe. man of the Interfaith Agency, ham, minister of Mt. Zion now Distinguished Progessorof
bert Baumgard, Vice-chari- Webb, Director of the Com are serving as advisors to the Baptist Church. Government at the Univer-

for man Social of the Justice.Interfaith Agency munity Action Project j Per- committee, The Rev. Graham's keynote sity of Massachusetts,was also -
rine. They said the May institute address is scheduled for 4:10 a special Assistant to the
The Interfaith Agency is co- Named for the Welfare Work- .is the first of its kind ever to p.m., after which the confer- late President John F. Ken-
sponsoring the one-day Insti- shop are: Mrs. Ruth Sabins of be held in the state of Florida, ence will separate workshop nedy and to President LyndonB.
tute with the Florida
Regionof the Interfaith Agency for and that the area's religious committee meetings at several Johnson.
the National, Conference of Social Justice, Chairman; The organizations are expected to of the religious buildings The former president of the
Christians and Jews. Dr. Irv- Rev. William Black, Cuban send lay and clerical dele- of the University Miami Southern Baptist Conventionwill
ing Lehrman, chairman of the ll, Refugee Commission asthe gates. at
campus. speak 8:15p.m.following -
Community Relationscommittee Father resource leader. Discussion Keynote speakers for the Chairman of the Board of a dinner in the University's
of the Interfaith Agencyfor leaders are: Bernard Finkel- one-day conclave, which will Trustees of Florida Memorial student Union Building.
social justice, is general stein, director of the Welfare
chairman of the institute. The The Education Workshop is Planning Council and Bill
one-day conclave is designedto headed by Rabbi Sol Landau of Wynn, Project j of the United
bring together religious and Beth David Congregation and Fund.
lay leadership and other com- the Interfaith Agency for
munity leaders from welfare, Social Justice. The resource.
civic and service organiza- leader will be Mrs. A.L. Lip- "..
tions to consider the role of ton, of the A m e r i c a n Jewish I +
organized religion in meeting Committee. Discussion lead
basic social issues of our ers are: Mrs. Audrey Finkel-
time. stein, Chairman, Quality Edu
cation Committee and the Rev. .; .
Theodore R. Gibson of Christ t t ,,: / "
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Rev. Edward J. McCarthy, -
President of Biscayne Collegeand
the resource leader is Dr.
r Gasper Lanjella of the Cuban

Samuel Moncur Refugee Commission.Discus- ..
sion leaders are: Robert Sims -
Named for the Housing'Workshop --r of the Community Relations FATHER-SON SUCCESS STORY From left, E. W. Kyle, Jr., and his father,
are Donald F. Castor,an Board and Alvin Cassel, past who/ operate two custom-clothing stores in Houston, Texas, are congratulated by E.
attorney for the EOPI, chairman chairman of the EOPI. W. Kindle, a retired marketing official of Humble Oil & Refining Company who now I
; Mrs. Milton Mirgulis, Roscoe Webb LThe Interfaith Agency for So- aids the Houston office of the Small Business Administration as a volunteer con-
resource leader of the Inter- cial Justice of Metropolitan sultant and advisor. An agency of the SBA reantly cited E. W. Kyle and Son's pro- ,
faith Agency for Social Jus- The Argriculture Workshopwill I Dade County was founded in gram to triple the volume of their two stores as an outstanding small-business suc'i
tice. Discussion leaders of the be chaired by the very 1966 to give religion a stronger cess ,story. [The SBA and Mr. Kindle/ former Southwestern regional training coordinator -
tice. Discussion leaders are: Rev. Msgr..David E. Bushey, voice in the social issues for Humble Oil, helped the Houston family business make and implement the expansion .
Haley Sofge, Executive Direc- Pastor of St. Mary's Cathedraland confronting Florida, by the plans. ,
tor of the Miami Housing Au- board member of the Interfaith Greater Miami Council of

thority and Sam Moncur, Agency for Social Jus- Churches, the Catholic Dio-


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Last year's Job Fair, which George V, Crawford, a per- chairman, and Calvin Jennings
resulted in the employment of sonnel officer of Florida Power of the Urban League Is the co- 1. Shop around fur the car you want.. Bring us the

many Negro high school and Light Company is ordinator.The make, model and price
graduates, proved so successful ; .j
that a repeat performanceis OPEN HOUSE PLANNED AT American Humane Asso- ) 2. We will 'okay your loan quickly and With !no red
slated by the Greater Miami: ANIMAL SHELTERA ciation since 1915.
tape. Our loan policy is very liberal we want
Urban League. J
week-long open house at the j to make loans. > ,.
The Job Fair will be held at Humane Society i of Greater
Miami Senior High School, Saturday Miami will be held May 713as 3. Interest can bees low as 4'/j% on a new car, and

May 20, between 9:00 part of the 53rd national ob- payments for as long as 36 months the lowest

a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Teenage servance mals Week.of Be Kind To Ani- X r .11 J payments possible. We also make loans on used
will be interviewedby
applicants '
representatives of various The public is invited to tour cars up to 5 years old.

j industrial commercial the shelter, at 2101 N.W. 95th I

stores firms,and including airlines.department The pur- to Street 3:30 daily p.m. from 10:00 a.m. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF

pose of this project is to open "Our open house will give
the doors of the business worldto people a chance to see our [1- ]
young Negroes seeking eith- many community services," First fully integrated bank In the entire Southeast-
er Initial jobs or ambitious to Kenneth B. McGovern, Execu- Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, right here In the Edison Financial Cuter
up-grade their present em- tive Director said. "In addi- popular local businessman and 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7594431NOW
ployment. tion, we will have many fine owner of the Dive-Inri Bar,
pets for adoption into good 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691- PROVIDING NEW EXTENDED BANKING HOURSMo"da

Co-operating with the Miami homes and visitors will havea 9431. He Invites all his old y, Tuoiday, Wodnotdoy, Thursday 9:30 om to 2 pm; Fridays 9130 om to 2 pit ;;
Urban League are the Dade chance to see them and to friends to come and meet new andS pf'll to 8 pm Drlvo-I" Window opon M County Community Relations perhaps meet the right pet for friends. Everyone welcome.
Board the E.O.P.I., and the their family." Enjoy the pool room and bow- noon. I
guidance, department of Dade Be Kind To Animals Week hasbeen ling. Completely air conditioned Mtrelxn FocUrql Rotorvo h.'.", and Fodorol) Do,o.lt Inturortco C.rporotioo

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THE MIAMI 11 MES Friday. May 5. 1967 13

Hobart Taylor, Jr. Brings Stirring Message To Voters league .I

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tor of the import-export bank, sional organizations. give a greater opportunity for peculiarity of the state works '
was accompanied by his REORGANIZATION PRO- greater participation of larger a hardship on leagues to send
charming and talented wife,. GRAMS ADOPTED numbers in state level meet- delegates in volume,no matter J
who is the executive directorof Some of the more pertinent ings, discussion and program where the semi-annual state

the Delta Sigma Theta Sor- reorganization and develop- ming as the geographical conventions are held ..,
ority, Inc.VOTER ment programs presented to
,r tsiatA I EDUCATION CON- and adopted by the assemblywere
SULT SPEAKS the dividing the State Into -
a; ;bk 2 I The Florida voters league, four geographical regions, Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
Inc. convention was further West Florida, North Florida,
highlighted by the valuable Information Central Florida, and South "MR. JACK"
and counsel of Florida Each region would FOR
Thaddeus Olive, Jr.,adminis- hold semi-annual one-day STYLES FOR ALL AGES
trative assistant votereducation : meetings in order to attain and The Wry LU In M..'. F.ahl.
projects of the Southern maintain a closer communication SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS
Regional Council,Inc.. ,'of Atlanta with local leagues and the ITALIAN SHOE
4' t tLt tt
Georgia, in the work-
mass electorate.
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
shop sessions. Such regional meetings will
Olive spelled out in detail the -
guidelines of local leagues to
qualify for funds to conduct registration -
4 r 4// rr and voter education CENTERVILLA DAVISWINDOWS

projects, citing as an example, KINDERGARTEN
the efficiently conducted fund- 5861 H.W. 17TH AVENUE
ed project in Pensacola.His DOORS
4 contributions helped 1 to JALOUSIE GLASS SOLD
make this meeting the most HOT LUNCHES I
productive ever held by the organization PICK-UP SERVICE WINDOW GLASSINSTALLED HUNG

his frank appraisalof REGISTER NOW REPAIRED
the league program and remedial '
691-1196 OR 696-3302
counsel, will enhancethe
growth and development of Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. 696-4077 1821 NW 79th St.
the league and its affiliated local -
organizations throughoutthe
The Sat.morning session was
Pensacola. Hobart Taylor, of living and leadership in the opened with greetings from B.
Jr., member of the hierarchyin free world. Ass.
I. Greenhut, Mayor, ,
the Johnson administration, Cobb, chairman Escambia 'I, t
climaxed a lively two day Citizenship is the know- commission, D.L. White of the I..DI....... 'rli':, I". .
ledge to in "
operate an organized -

league meeting, Inc of,the in Pensacola Florida voters at the note society speaker declared," one must the know key- Chairman NAACP, Jack Republican Gratham com-, have the taste

Sunday afternoon banquet witha the mechanics of governmentof mittee and Grady Albritton,
stirring,challenging capsule
version of a'State of the Union who, when,where,what,and Chairman Democratic com
mittee of Escambia County. of ?
why. tired
message. Taped greetings from hon. you never get
Included among the most pun- He concluded his address Leroy Collins and State Sena-
gent remarks made by Taylor with the admonition,'Let us do tor Reuben D. Askew were
were, the natural tendency of 1 at the when
nothing to cause the sacrificesof played banquet,
people to resist changes of any servicemen in Vietnamto other greetings were brought

assure kind, yet the changes survival must of come civili to our be in vain." Taylor direc- from many civic and profes- Is it always refreshing?

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14 THE MIAMI 1 TIMES. Friday May 5. 1967
Laura Mae Brizil i i i ,
I loving memory of my dear family of the late Mr.
14425 N.W. 20 Ave., Opalockadied
I .1 CARDS l MEMORIALS DEATHS I II mother and our grandmother, The family of the late April 25. Services were

held Monday evening First

I MR. JAMES ROSS Among Baptist her Church survivors in Bunch are Park.hus-

wish to express their sincere ban, Jacob; one daughter, De-
IN MEMORIAMThe IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn thanks to their friends, neigh- lores; one sister Idella Tho-
I bor's and other relatives for
four brothers and five
mas; : ;
loving of our dear
cards, letters of condolence,
loving memory of our dear grandchildren.
Family the late mother, grandmother and sister -' mother and grandmother, flowers, telegrams and other

kind expressions during their Richard Cash, 2135 All Baba

MRS. TILLIE DUNCOMBE bearvement. Avenue, Opa"locka, died April
BURNS Sorrowly: Mrs. Ceola Ross, 25. Services were held Tuesday -
who departed into denial! reston Mrs. Idella and Willie West, from the Opa-locka
May 3, 1961. We shall always Teva Marie, Idella Thompson. Chapel. Among his survivorsare
remember her kindnessand :: wife; two daughters; two
sweetness. May she restin MRS. ALMARINE HUGHESwho sisters; one brother.
departed this life May 5, Mrs. Lillie McCall, 1234 NW
of the late
Mrs. Victoria Hannah daugh. 1966. We love you mother,but family 62nd Lane, died April 27.Services -
George Burns, son ,art, God loves you best. were held Wednesday at
Raymond Knowles, son Sadly missed by her Walker Temple.Among her
Bud Duncombe brother daughter, Gloria Sims;Grand- survivors are husband Willie;
And Family children, Linda, Calvin, and three daughters, Selma,
Crystal Sims. Valdez, and Dora; five sons: ,
.... .. SUSAN HEPBURNwho
---- Kevin, Eddie Arthur, Bennie,
CARD OF THANKS died May 8, 1966. IN MEMORIAMIn and Willie. Jr. parents, Mr.
I but not
Gone forgotten.
and Mrs. Willie Phillips two
The family of the late of beloved
memory our dearly sisters Madams
CALVIN SELDONwho Deacon Reubin Hepburn, sister and aunt
Harding Mable Kev: two bro-
Ed Hepburn, Leah Ferguson, thers, Lon nie Phillips, and
departed this life April 6, And Grandchildren Johnnie Lee
1967 In New York City wishes:
.. .. ...
to thank all of their friends who -- K Mrs. Emma Flynn, 16421 NW
payed visits to the family in MR. JAMES EDWARD 19th Avenue, Opa-locka, died
our hour of bereavement. A In memory of my loving mo- WALLACE April 29.Among her survivorsare
special thanks to Rev. K.E. ther, 6. one daughter; Mrs. Ruth
Rogers and members for their J wishes to acknowledge with Spivey; three grandaughters;
service may God bless each of rr. J 1r sincere gratitude and thanks in two grandsons; two great-
you. receiving of cards telegrams, grand; one great-great-great-
The Family 4 flowers and othr kind expres- daughter. Remains will lie in
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wesly u sions during their bearve- repose Wednesday, at 2:00pm,

ParentsIN I It ment.A from the Opa-locka Chapel,
special thanks t o Rev. A. until shipping time Thursday
MEMORIAMIn D. Hall and Rev. William Mack morning were final rites will

sad but loving memory of who was of great comfort to be in Hawthorne, Florida.

our dear mother, sister and ,\ the family.
grandmother j Thanks also to Richardson John Wesley, 1806 N.W. 5th
MRS. MATILDA RUSSELL CATHERINE A. PEDICANwho Funeral Home for their efficient pl., died April 30 Among his
service. survivors are, five daughters,
who passed on May 81949.
this life 5
departed May
Mrs. Marie Wallace Elic Madams, Ruby Foley, Louise
May she rest in peace and may
MRS. ISADORA BULLARDwish Stubbs Lillie Mae
life perpetual shine upon her. Shefield, Mrs. Mohli Burger, Wesley ,
The Family to express their sincere MRS. JESSIE FAULKNERwho For those we love within the Mrs. Ethel Underwood. Cones, Annie Lou Davis,
thanks and gratitude to the veil who once were comradsof -Gloria Wesley. Services will
friends departed this life May 9 our way we thank thee Lord at
many and neighborsfor RICHARDSON be held Saturday, 1:00 p.m.
CARD OF THANKSThe their cards and floral 1954 for they have won the cloud- from the Liberty City Chapel.
pieces telegrams and other What would we give to see her less day and life for them is i James Arthur Snead 2080
family of th elate kind expressions during their smile life indeed: The splendid goal Lincoln Avenue, Apt 1, Opa-

recent bereavement. Our sin- To sit and talk for just awhile, of shadows intervene they see x locka, died April 26.Survivorsare
cere thanks to the staff of Though absent, she is alwaysnear thy face may light perpetual wife, Delia; four sisters,
Christian Hospital House of shine upon her, may she rest Madames, Minnie Mae,
Albert Dr. W. A. Patterson Still 'loved, still missed, still in peace, Huanita Riggins, Gladys Sey-
Rev. Williams and Rev. Crumpand very dear.Catharine mour, Lucy Baker. Remainswere
to everyone who made our The Family sent to Zanders Funeral

t. burden easier to bear. Faulkner, daughterIN .-- Home in Apopka, Florida, for
CARD OF THANKS final rites and burial.
The FamilyIN P1 .
MEMORIAMIn The family of the late 4. Mr. Felipe Cohen Quinones,
3283 N.W. 49th St., died May
MEMORIAMIn memory of our mother
.. ... 2. Services Saturday 3.30p.m.
sad but loving memory of Loyal American Spiritual
our mother and grandmother HOSEA DAVIS PASSES Church located on 15th Ave.,
Hosea Davis, of 1986N.W., and 70th St. Among his survivors -
57th Street passed on Sunday
are wife, Enrigreta;four
night, attheCedarsofLebanonHospital. sons, Henry Joseph, Ramon,
and Felipe, Jr.; four daugh-

He had been ill for several ters, Anna, Luedina, Maria,
months, but was up and around and Maxine; Mother.
MRS. TRUDIE WHITE until Monday, April 24 when he
wish to thank their many was admitted to the Hospital. John Stillman, 4965 N.W. 29th
Avenue, died May 2. Services
friends for the many cards, I Arrangements are under the
telegrams flowers and ex- direction of Richardson Fun- Saturday morning 10:00: a.m ,
pressions of kindness and i. e eral Home. Services will be Liberty City Chapel.Among
sympathy during her illness MR. JAMES ANDERSONwho held Saturday, May 6, at 2:00 his survivors are,three sons,
and death. Special thanks to p.m., at the Mt. Sinai Baptist Alfonso, Johnnie and Tommie;
Rev. P.W Williams of St. Luke died March 8, 1967 wish to Church, 698 N.W. 47th Terr. three daughters, Madamss,
Baptist Church and the House I thank the many friends who Effie, Eva and Katie; one
of Albert. were so helpful during the time He leaves to mourn his pass- granddaughter.Mrs. .
Deacon Sidney White husband of their bereavement. png, a daughter, Mrs. Esther
MRS.. JESSICA SAWYERwho Special thanks to Francis Walthour a son, John H. Laura Lawson Case,
.- departed this life M\y\ 3, Funeral Home, Rev. A.D. Hall, Davis, two grand-daughters, 2160 N.W. 62nd Street, died
1960 Stewardess Boards No's 1, 2 three grand-sons a great May 1. Arrangements are incomplete -
CARD OF THANKSThe _m __ Life, sweet life, so soon to and 3, Class No. 38,Choir No. grand-daughter, four broth- at this time.

family of the late MRS. SINKEY BROWNwho past. 1 and and Ushers'BoardsNo's ers, two sisters, a daughter-
MR. ALLEN MILLERwho passed on May 1, 1966 As we are so was she, As she 1 and 2 of Ebenezer in-law a son-in-Iawanda host
departed this life Sunday gone but not forgotten. is so shall we be. Methodist Church, Employeesof of relatives.Mrs. Chambers of Kansas City Mo., I
April 16, 1967, wish to express May she rest in peace and Burdine's, Burdine's Seni- Gladys Curry of Kansas City
sincere thanks to Lollis and Fred Brown, son light prepetual shine upon her. ority Club and St.John Metho- Elouise Lindsey, of Mo. and Vera Mae Hallyof

friends and neighbors for their and FamilyIN Mrs. Eunice Curry,and Mrs. dist Church Choir, Ft. Lau- 1012 N.W. 1st Court Apt. 1 Miami; one brother Willie
expressions of sympathy of Rosa Demeritte!, daughters derdale. died May 2. Mrs. Lindsey sur- Burastein of Los Angeles.
cards telegrams flowers and Capt. Robert Sawyer, son, vivors include two daughters, Funeral services will be held
cars. Thanks to Rev.\aronD. MEMORIAMIn Mrs.: Merl Sawyer, daughter-. Mrs. Brizcel Lang Andersonand Sherron Yvonne and Barbara Saturday, at 10:00 a.m. in the
Hall and members of Ebenezer memory of my son, in-law. FamilyIN Jean; three sisters, Tommie Chapel.
Methodist Church Bethel A ME WAYMON GEORGE GRAHAMwho
Church Ushers' Board No. 3,
and to Rev.Albert and the staff departed this life May 4, IN MEMORIAMIn
of the House of Albert for a 1965. Gone but not forgotten, memory of EDWIN A. MEMORIAMIn
service well rendered. May may light perpetual shine upon LORD, a loving father, son,
him as he travel in that unknown and brother who departed this LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY
God bless you. Your kindness sad but loving memory of
land. life May 1, 1961. May his soul
shaH never be forgotten.Mrs. our dear son,
rest in and that he
Selina Graham peace will
mother; Wanda HARRY ELLIOT JR.
never be forgotten. 3001 NW 46th Street NE 4-419
Bobbie Lee Miller, wife Denise Graham, daughter; By-
Mrs. Lesley Machanic ron Graham, son; Mrs.Annie Daughters: Edwinia and Beverly who died April 22, 1966. J
Lord mother E. JOHNSON, Manager OX 1-9199
Miller ; Myrtle ,
daughterMrs. ,grandmother; Mrs. Are- Gone, but not forgotten. We
Almira Miller, sister da Brown,aunt;Clinton J.Brown I Stevens and brother, John A. think of you every day. ;
Four Grandchildren cousin. Lord. Mary Elliott, Mother

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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, Moy 5, 1967 15

RANGE Mrs. pinkie Hepburn,of 2155

Phillip Osborne, of874N.W. N.W. 5th Avenue Apt. 46,died, 394 Degrees at fAMU

65th St., died Tuesday, April Tuesday, May 2, in the Jack
25. He is survived by his wife son Memorial Hospital. She is

Albertha; four daughters. survived by her husband, Tor- Spring CommencementTallahassee

Lille Flory, Crystal Davis, rence; one son, Derrick; his
Ronnie andAlfredaDavisjfour parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ,
; Wright -- Florida AiM tell about It."
grandchildren; many other re ; a sister I Carol you
University awarded 363 He added that
latives. Funeral serviceswere Wright; a brother, Richard, peopleare
Jr. bachelor degrees and 31 going to church every Sun
conducted ; grandparents
Saturday and
Mrs. graduate degrees in spring day fooling l i God. They dress
29 at 4:00 in Johnson an uncle
April : p.m. the ; Willie
exercises last and ride through the slums
Chapel. ; an aunt, Mary Lee
Jordan Saturday morning. seeing the conditions there and
Mrs. Mary Lee Nix, of 7465 Funeral; many other relatives. Almost 4,000 spectators yet they don't do a thing about S A 11t h

N.W. 21st Avenue died tues- :> arrangements. are incomplete packed Gaither Gymnasium to them." r

day, April 25. She is survivedby listen to the mencement "It's time universities stop '
a mother Carrie Lee Nix; Hollywood Chatman died, of 5033 S.W. address, "The Truths That take a look tosee ifthestudents t.d,; 'i t'',
a brother -James Nix a sister recently in the Make Men Free "
; Memorial by Dr.Samuel are 1 learning i something.We
Lillie Bell Morris; two child- Hospital.his He is survived D. Proctor, president of cannot hide the fact there are
ren Sandra Nix and Clifford by stepmother, the Institute for Services to Negro colleges. The studentsare
Mrs. Alice 4
Sheppard many other rela- Chatman; asister, Education in Washington there '
; Mrs.. Lucille D.C. ,so let's teach them.
tives. Funeral services were other Taborn; many Dr. Proctor's address was interrupted Miamians who received

conducted on Tuesday, May 2, relatives. Funeral arrangements five times by applause bachelor's degrees were: Arthur YJ
at 12:00 noon in the Chapel. are incomplete. from his audience. L. MJ this, EdwardOliver,

James Thomas of 1290 N.W. "Power is not something Roy K. Riley, Frederic

61st St., Apt#9, died Wednes- James Dixon Town, of 638 SW talk about," Dr. Proctor said Rolle, Rosa L. Shorter, Doro-

day, April 26. He is survivedby 10th Avenue Homestead, died in obvious reference to a re- thy L. Speights, FrankieM.
four sisters Mesdames; recently at James Archer cent visit to the FAMU campusby Swain, Dolores Walker,Grace

Leslie Green, Annie Lenton, Smith Hospital Among his Stokely Carmichael, black Wallace, Alfred Williams,
Shirley N. Cannon
Leola Brookins, and Daisy survivors are Mr. and Mrs. D. power advocate. Annie M.
S. Chandler Charles
Denson; two brothers- Walter H. Harris and others. Funeral Davis,
and Edward Thomas arrangements are incomplete. "It's having brains, it's hav- Lillie Herring, Annie Ferrell, s
; many
other relatives. Funeral ser- ing money, the vote,educationand Sheila D. Ke 11 y,H enr y
vices getting into the mains Thomas, and Ronald Thompson. '" -i -_
were conducted on Tues-
day, May 2, at 2:30: p.m. in the FRANCIS t r e a m..what kind of power Martha. McKenzie of 'Miami JOINS AKM AT FAMU These three Florida A&M
St. James can you have with no Job and no University students inducted into the
Baptist Church. Mr. were Kappa Iota
Henry Thomas received
of her master's
education?If got thepower degree.
you of
Andre Kirk, of 2267 N.W. 50th 844 1/2 N.W. 3rd Avenue,died use it, and let somebody else Chapter Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society during thechapter's'honoconvocation
Street, the young son of Mrs. April 29, at Christian Hospital. at FAMU recently. The neo-
Edith Mae Kirk, died Wednesday Funeral services will be phytes are, standing left to right, Reginald Montgomery,
CLUB WINS a junior speech and drama major from Tallahassee and
April 26. Among his sur- held Saturday May 6, at 2:00
HONORS AT Lewis Davis, a I junior from Miami. Seated
DRAMA accounting major
vivors are his father, Mr.Augustus p.m., at Mt. Zion Baptist I
FESTIVAL is Juanita Wise, a senior library service major from
Kirk five sisters Church with
; Rev. Edward T. Miami.
"FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau.
brothers; many other rela- Graham, pastor officiating Thespian Troup 1880._
tives. Funeral services were Remains will repose in the journeyed to Tallahassee

held on Saturday, April 29, at chapel beginning, 2.00p.m., on bay April 23, to participatein
5:30: p.m. In the Chapel. Friday until funeral time, Saturday the 18th annual Speech and Dolphins to Host Reception I

Milton Richardson, of3162 afternoon. Suvivors Drama Festival held at Florida -

N.W. 42nd Street, died Sunday, clude: two step-sons, Mr.Carl A & M University. For FMC President
April 30. He is survived by a Gerrell and Mr. James Fer- To demostrate their versa-

wife Carrie Lee; his parents rell; aunt, Mrs. Ida H. Boykinand tility, the dramatists of Miami Miami 1 .Mayor Robert King place for FMC to engage in In-
Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Richardson; several other relatives.Mr. Northwestern participated in High and Joe Robbie, managing terschool games with Miami
a sister, Mrs. Vera Mae three of the four scheduled partner for the Miami Dolphins Dade Junior College and Biscayne -

Brooks; many other relatives. categories. In monologues, football team, will hosta College.

There were no local services.The John Johnson, of 2730 NW Alveta Sweeting was outstand- reception at the Evergladeshotel In Joining a community efforton

remains were shipped on 44th St, died April 25,at Vene- ing in her presentation t of May Ilat400p.m.for behalf of Florida Memorial

Wednesday, May 3, to Ameri- tian Nursing Home. Funeral True Love Never Dies." Bar- Dr. Royal W, Puryear, presi- College,Robbiewho has taughtin

cus, Georgia, where final rites services were held Saturday Rodney Allen, a former stu bara Day received the critic dent of Florida Memorial Col the university system of his

and burial will ,be conducted.Mrs. April 29, at, 2:00 p.min the dent of Poinciaha Park Ele rave for her flawless presentation lege. home state and had once run

Mable Gibson of 2240 chapel with Rev. Aaron D. mentary School now residesin excerpt from -Gone The coaches and members of for governor, stated, 'the essence -
Hall With The Wind." the Dolphin football team will of the democratic
officiating,Survivors Include sys-
N.W. 50th Street, died recently. New York City with his mo
: Two sons, Charles and fin Dance Drama, Esther be present and Robbie is expected tem is related to the whole
She is survived by a hus- ther, Mrs. Kelcina Allen. He
Everette Johnson; two daughters Brinson was outstanding in her to announce a gift for process of education. This is
band, Vincent her parents attends public school there.
.Mr. and Mrs.;Ezekiel Fennell, Mae and Lenora, and a Rodney is an outstanding stu interpretation of "Captive." the scholarship fund of the new evident in Florida as it Is In
;''host' of other relatives. The critic was impressed by school in Dade County. the nation as a whole. Incoming -
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; ,
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in extra-curricula activi
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Bernice Andrews Allice Col- ties.
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Picnic" starring Gail Willing- track, baseball and other we will encourage those
Clarke, Ruth Holden and Mau- be crushed in the rush. Rebecca Woods.
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dess Harrington two bro For pictures at the dance,
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ST. JOHN AME Jehovah's Witnesses Hold GREATER ST. PAUL AME
Rev. T.E. Wright, Pastor
Ethel L. Mitchell, ReporterWe
Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor Convention April 2830It are still giving thanks to
Catherine Willis
,reporter our Lord and Saviour who led
All boards will be very busyin was a delightful demon- story as told by the Holy Bibleon us through an awarding Wo
"'\ ..\""" the month of May and looking stration of integrity to the the part of the 1,600 per- men's Day Co-chairman;
forward to the church's anni- Biblical injunction -Remember sons in attendance the Mrs. Irene Williams would ZION HOPE :I;,.

TEMPLE BAPTIST versary in June. also thy Creator in the minister reported. Among like to ext e n d their gratefulness Rev. Paul Freeman, Pastor
The Missionaries had a won- days of thy youth, before the other things, the film portray- to everyone for their kind Sis. E. Jackson, Reporter $
Baptism will be administered derful time Sunday and wish to evil days come.* This is how ed the logical and orderly pro- and generous responds.We The #2 Usher Board will have 'f
during the moring service thank everyone for helping our Bennie i Crump, a presiding cess of c r e a t 11 o n revealed in are more than grateful for the a dinner sale at the church Saturday .,
this Sunday, and the Lord's board. Our pastor was the'guest minister for Jehovah's Wit the Bible. First plant life, then Spirit of Christ that dwells in from 11:00: a.m. until. ;",

Supper during the morning and speaker at Corinth M. nesses In Miami i, describedthe creatures of sea and sky,then our hearts. Yes, the day was Please stop by and help sup-
"', evening. Baptist church on their home- conduct of the scores of land animals and finally man, rewarding in the Lord, and he port the #2 Usher Board.
Plans are in progress for the coming. youths attending a three-day each with the ability to produce was with us in all of our ser- Don't forget prayer meetingon
celebration of the 37th anni' .i On Sunday, Choir No. 1', circuit convention in Ft. Lau- its own kind. This is in har- vices. He left faith, hope, and Tuesday night, also remember -
' versary of the church and pas t1s ers' Board No. 1 and ste-' derdale, April 28-30. mony with the facts as we find trust to guide us as we travel the sickandshut-ins.

tor, May 15-21. wardess Board No. '2 will be. Crump said the convention's them today Crump com- along the way. Our speakerswere We are saying to all our visi-

The Templeites are going all I serving. purpose to assist parents in mented. dynamic. They gave us tors please feel welcome and
out in their Boys andGirls con- Love Feast on Friday night. laying a solid foundation in According to Crump another spiritual food to live by daily. bo come again. We are glad to
test. They have but two more Please plan to visit our sick youths for responsible- adult convention highlight was the When they had spoken, and the have Sis. Gladys Montgomeryout
weeks to and pray for them.GRACE life i is proving successful baptism session conducted by to end
reach their goal. .- subjects came an ; our of the hospital.We are say-
Each group promises to be the world-wide for Jehovah's Wit- Charles G. Thompson,district hearts were left with a tokento Ing to all of our sick membersthat
winner but UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN'. A recent reportby director for the Witnesses in out and tell that
the count will tell nesses. go everyone we miss you in our services -
the tale. the Watchtower Society reveals the Southeast United i States. Jesus is truly a friend.S. .
; Men's Day chairman and co- that parents and youth, The faith of 6 new witnesseswas

chairman Deacons George E.' in 199 lands, assisted in this displayed at this sessionof D. A. UNION
Hepburn and A:,.J- Hanna are 1 t, Rev. W.F. Savoy, Pastori way are devoting upwardof the Supply to Your Faith En- ACADEMY SPONSORS FRIENDSHIP M. B.
asking,'all the 'm'enf! the l i .are beginning a series of 14,000,000 hours each month durance" circuit Convention.
church to give their full sup- sermons on "Human Ques- preaching together," he said. This group varying in age Rev. J.E. Jenkins, Pastor
port to the "kickoff' programand tions And Divine Answers,* The showing of the Watch- bracket, submitted to water Seventh Day Adventist Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, ReporterThe
all the activities that will that we find in the Bible. Our tower Society's motion picture immersion as a public testi- Union Academy is sponsoringa
follow r Every man at his post text for the Sun day morning entitled "God Cannot Lie was mony of their dedication to God carnival on the school Rev. Woodard associate
is their motto. sermon is John 21:21Lord, the feature event of the con- after many months of Bible grounds Saturday night May 6. minister of Zion Hope Missio-
Miss Drusilla Thompson returned and what shall this man do?* vention. It aroused consider- study and sober reflection* These will be many rides,a fun nary Baptist Church deliveredthe
home last week from We will also have a 7:30 a.m. able interest in the true-life Crump concluded. house, games and plenty of morning message as our
Mercy Hospital where she underwent worship hour with evening good food. Everyone is invitedto Pastor attended the Ministersand
Union in Ft.Lau-
sergery. Mrs. M. E. sermon. come and have a good time.
Stevens, president of the Pul- Let us begin the month of May The school is located at, 2500 derdale. \
pit Aid' Board, had an accidenton with full church attendance, N.W. 50th Street. The Women of group #2 are I
April 25, but is much improved and remember: You areal- sponsoring a trip to Ocala Fla !
and so is Mrs. Lois ways welcome at Grace. ST. PAUL AME and S 11 v e r Springs, May 19. I
School teacher The bus will leave Friday mid
Raluning,Sunday -
Rev. T.C. Kelly Pastor
night and return Saturday
who has been on the sick
list. MT. CALVARY M. B. Mary Amos, ReporterLet night. Donation $10.00 Call
the church at, 373-6021, and
Kev Samuel Atchison, pastor ask for Sister Essie Bush for'
CHURCH OF GOD IN Cynthia Johnson, reporterThe us not forget Love Feast information. Also visit the Six

CHRIST WOMEN'S boys of the junior churchof Friday night at 8:00: p.m. Our Gun Territory.
' INTERNATIONALCONVENTION pastor is expecting a big crowd
Get well wishes to our No 2
Mt. Calvary are sponsoring twith Sunday being the first Pianist who is in .. '"
MAY 9.14 a trip in behalf of Youth Day. recuperating "Jj,
Sunday of the month. The second Mt. Sinai Hospital Sister P.
will be held
The trip on May
All aboard the Annie Lee Bai-
is Mother's
ley Special Train for the 17th 13, the price is 50f, It will begin Day Davis. Deepest Sympathy to
let us remember our Mothers.We .
Sister Bertha Whitehead in the
Annual Women's International from Mt. Calvary and end
at Lake Lasurn Park. All dif- are having a beautifi- loss of her uncle in Lyons Ga.
Convention of the Church of
cation and drive the
and to Sister Janie Durden in
ferent varieties of food will be
God in Christ in
convening first three in this
Sundays the loss of her brother in
sold. The trip will start 3.00
beautiful Denver, Colorado, month. We are asking that all Gainsville Fla.
p.m. Everyone is invited to
May 914.The .
members give freely during The Church bus will
come and go a 1 Ion g with the operateon
convention is designed to youth of the Mt. Calvary Bap- this drive so that we may get Day light saving time, so
down to the task of
decoratingand please be ready. will be
tist Church. May
help Christian women, facingthe wz.
painting our church.To .
the last month to get name
demands of the space age,
our sick and shut-in we and correct address the roll
contribute effectively to the CHURCH OF THE on

home, community, and the TRANSFIGURATIONFr. \ are Remember praying for to you.save the old upon payment of dues.

world. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., newspapers for our Junior's.The GLENDALE BAPTIST

Vicar pastor is asking that all Rev. B.L. Turner, Pastor

Mother Baily, became the The Rt. Rev. James L. Dun- choirs please combine i the Rutha M. Harrington,
State Supervisor of the Wo- can D.D., will administer the first and second so that we will Reporter

men's Department of New Jersey Holy Sacrament of Confirmation have a full choir both Sundays. If you have a bottle filled with

and Maryland in 1927 and on Wednesday, May 17, at With the changing of the time water, what is the best way to
of Delaware and,Washington, 8.00 p.m. at the church. The our evening services will fill it with air?Simply turn the
D.C. in 1928. In addition to being public is cordially invited. start at 7:30: p.m. vessel upside down.As the liquid -

President of the Women's Mrs. Elisha S. Clarke, Jr., ANTIOCHThe pours out, the air automatically -
International Convention she attended the Episcopal NEW HOP
State Tea presented by pants, especially the studentsof comes in. Thus it is
is National of the
Supervisor Churchwomen Leadership
the ladies of Antioch Baptist Northwestern Senior High Rev. W.E. Sims, Pastor with the believer. As we are
Women's Department of the held
Conference which was
Church on Sunday, April 14th School and Mays High School Mary L. Mayfield, ReporterWe "turned upside down"and emp-
Church of God In Christ.
30 May 1-3 at Camp
April at Range Funeral Home was who contributed to making the had a most successfulMen tied of self and worldliness,
Wingman, Avon Park, Fla., the most successful. Mrs. Mary affair a success. Day Program on last Sun- the Holy Spirit fills us. Bap-
three Junior Clarkes and Fr.
Gray who represented the day, both spiritually and finan- tism will begin at730a.m.at
motored her up on Sunday state of New York was crown- Proceeds were in the amountof cially. May we congratulateour Virginia Key Be a c h. Pastor

NEW PROVIDENCE evening. ed queen for 1967 by Mrs. $732.00. chairman and cochairman Turner will bring the morn-
Emma Jones, 1966 queen. Rev. P. W. Wiggins is pastorand for a job well done. ings message. Communion
The ladies wish to express Mrs. Rachel B. Pratt is Special thanks to Rev. Ros- will be during the evening ser-

s The, Male Chorus sponsor a CHRIST THE KING their gratitutde to all partici- reporter. coe Jackson, ushers,and Male vices.
musical program on Friday, Chorus of Greater New Ma- Remember the sick throughout -
May 12, at 8:00 p.m. and you Due to uncontrolled conditionthe JORDON GROVE cedonia and to Rev. William this nation. Let us pray for

The Male Chorus will spon- meeting place for this con- Rev. C.H. Smith, Pastor FELLOWSHIP Davis, ushers, Male Chorus, Mrs. Hatcher who is at Jack-

sor a musical program on Fri- gregation had to be changed. Eddie L. Gilbert, ReporterThe R.J. McGhaneyI all the participants onthe son Hospital.
day, May 12, at 8:00: p.m. and The congregation is now hold- women will celebrate can do all things through panel, and to all who helped to
you are invited. in services at 164540 N.W. their ninth annual Women's Christ which strengtheneth make our Men Day a big success MT. ZION AME
The Willing Workers Auxil 20th AvenueNear the 165thSt. Day Program the fourthSun- me. Pil. 413.; to the tune of$2,727.56.For .
lary'wishes to express their end). day in May,they are asking for having raised the high- Rev. Milton Fayson, Pastor

thanks to their friends, mem- The public is invited to a your cooperation. Sister Mary These are powerful words est amount of money, $480.00, The Missionaries had a very
bers, and visiting auxiliary for Spring Tea featuring gay Brow Chairman.The that Paul has spoken,but every Brother Johnnie Person was fine program Sunday, and their
contributing to the success of spring fashion flair, at Mt. #1 Choir and the Willing word is true, because we can crowned "Mr. New Hope." President Mrs. Ossie Jenkinsis

our sixth anniversary.Special Hermon AME Church, 2245 Workers are sponsoring a do nothing, and we are nothing Congratulations to Brother beaming with pride.Brother
thanks to the Rev. W.E Sims Bunche Park West Drive, Opa- motercade to Virginia Key without his wonderful working Person. Willie Young brought

for the inspiring sermon. locka, Sunday, May 7, at 3:30: Beach, May 6, cars will leave power, that is ever working Thepastor andchurchatlarge ,fervent message, may he avery con-
The Lord's Supper will be ob- p.m. the church at 7:30 p.m. dona- within our beings.Just stop fora will render service at tinue to grow in the Lord's
served during our evening All reports should be madeat tion $1.00 refreshments free moment and think of what we Mt. Olive Baptist Church of work.

worship.Our this time. Mrs. D. Affard, Brother Herman Thomas and would, or what we could do, if South Miami, Friday night, Look forward to our annual
Concentration Hour will chairman.For Sister Dixon, are presidents.To it wasn't for his loving kind- May 5. Rev. K.E. Rogers is the Baby contest and Youth Day.
be held Sunday, at 5.00 a.m. any information con- the sick all sickness is not ness, and His tender mercies pastor. Friday May 5, at 730p.m.
Let us continue in prayer for cerning congregational busi- unto death so put your trust in toward us. With Him all things Let us remember to pray for Love Feast and Sunday May7,
our sick and beareaved mem- ness, you should contact tip Jesus for he said anything ye are possible, for and to us.So our sick and shut-in membersand both morning and evening Holy
bers. priest, The Reverend Father ask in my name that I will do until a later date, if God's will, never, let us forget that we Communion.
Rev. C.J. Burney, is pastor, Staffard J. Sweeting.We We welcome the public always thanks, and my prayers for all have so very much to be thank If you want to work, come to
Ernest Murray, is reporter. welcome all visitors. looking ti see you Sunday, of you. ful for. busy Mt. Zion. t


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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 5, 1967 17

Rev. F.L Carter, PastorWearebeglnnlngourpas
5800 N.W. 2nd Ave. tor's anniversary celebration, Bro. F.L.Thompson, Minister
'5, 1 Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, Pastor and we wish to thank the Rev. Sis. T.S. Holmes, Reporter "
A special i thanks to all the Borkin for rendering servicefor Bro. Wilfred Cooke, former
members of the church who us on Sunday.On minister of this church, will
gave in the -Month of April Thursday night,the pastor preach for us this first Sun-
Birthday Rally." Sister and entire church will render day in May. At present, Bro.
Dorothy Brown was the chair- service at the Mt.Vernon Baptist Cook resides in Houston,
I man for the month of April. Church at 22nd Avenue,and Texas.
Sister Brown wishes to thank 80th Street Rev. Turner, is Bro. Cooke is cheduled
all members and friends who pastor. begin a gospel meeting in West
bought and sold candy for this Please remember to pray for Palm Beach May 8, at the
initial rally. the sick and shut-ins. Mother local church of that city.
Deacon E. Pecke is the chair- Walker who is in the Hospital. Bro. Thompson will leave
man for the month of May this week for Tampa. He will
Rally. This rally will climaxon remainthere for several days.
the fourth Sunday in May. MT. OLIVETTERev. Bro. Will Tynes will next
Members please Lord's Daynight foranex-
pay your
I.C. Mickins, Pastor
money to Deacon Pecke or Sis. tended tour of the northern
Green. Deacon Pecke will have churches which will take him

candy for sale. This will helpon as far north as, Newark, New (,
sIr Tf1 All signs read, "Full speed
his s p e cia 1 effort for the ahead," at Mt. Olivette. The Jersey (andpossibly New
month of May Birthday Rally. Women Day Committee headed York) i Upon his return to Fla.
The Missionary Society he will visit many of the
byMrs.Marian Arinah
yy elected Sister Mae Roy Smithas churches in the immediatearea.
chairman and co-chairman
.' '" President Brother William
Mrs. Ella M. Roberson and
I KELLY'S CHAPEL BABY Nm--I NERS ANNOUNCED Tripp, as our Case Worker and Mrs. Antionette Wilcox are Visit the church that makes
Project J Director. Brother feel at home.
A Baby Contest,featuring Infants Left to right: John W. McKen- went to Dale Jones, son of Mr. really in motion,getting readyto you
Tripp spends hours .
many .... ... .
up to five years of age, zie on his brother Larry's lap, and Mrs. Theodore Jones, doing missions for the needyin give you the largest Women -
was held at Kelly's Chapel Me- Linda Tyson, Rhonda Finale, sponsored by Mrs. L. W. Mitchell our community. Our motto Day in the, history of our MT.CARMEL

thodist Church, 7105 NW 15th and Rose Carr leaning on her received a $25 savings for the mission, "We enter to church, both spiritually and Rev. D.A. Bradley, Pastor
Avenue, on Sunday, April 9 at mother, Mrs. Rosa Carr.Eric bond for presenting $130. worship, and depart to serve." financially. The date is May Sis Louise McGriff, ReporterOur
8 p.m. This activity was sponsored Herring is not shown. All eleven babies received Deaconess Nichols is our 21. pastor and family wishto
by the Woman's Societyof Contest winners:Third prize, gifts from the Woman's So- spiritual leader. Sister Are- thank the neighbor's and
Christian Service, Mrs. Cynthia Wilson daughter of ciety of Christian Service. lene Knight and Sister Evelyn By popular demand the Wo- friends of 71st Street,for their
Lemmie Mtichell presi- Mr. and Mrs. Charles men Committee presentsa
W. Day
son, kindness
S m I t h are our secretaries.Our during their hour of
dent,to benefit theOrgan Fund. sponsored by her grand Our pastor, Rev. L. L.Dean, treasure is Sister Daisey repeat recital by our own bearvement, the lost of their
Contestants ) left to mother Mrs. Violet Wilson the Miss Joan Storr Friday night
(standing Joins Woman's Society of Saunders. All members and cousin Mr. Isaac Bradley.
right: Percy Andrews(held by received a $5 check for rai- Christian Service in thankingour friends are invited to join in May 5, at the church. If you Sunday Is the first so come
his mother Mrs. Jacqueline sing $56. Second friends for missed hearing Miss Storr
prize, Misty many support- the mission for service.BETHANY and have service with us. Visi-
Colebrook), Lanitra Wright, Roberts, daughter of Mr. and ing us in presenting this most last month, please hear this tor's are always welcome,remember -
Cynthia Wilson, Dale Jones, Mrs. Carroway Roberts, interesting and enjoyable pro- superb contralto on Friday the sick and shut-ins,
Misty Roberts, and Fredricka sponsored by Mrs. Mary Lou gram emceed by Mrs. Ozell S. D. A. night. A liberal offering will wnd those who have lost someor
Green, (held by her mother, Brown, received a $10 check Troupe and in raising a total be given. their love ones.
Mrs. Melba Green); Seated: for presenting$70.First prize sum of $470. The Bethany S. D. A. Churchis The deadline for the souvenir
inviting the public to Ca- book is Sunday, please contact
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Mrs. Wilcox or her committee. WMBM
lendar Tea on Mother's Day,
1490 On Your Dial
NEW MT. MORIAHRev. SHILOHRev. ST. JAMES AME Sunday, May 14, 5 to 1p.m.on .
the church's lawn.A BLANCHE CALLOWAY
A.L. Shipp, Pastor A.M. Griffin, Pastor Rev. F. E. Sneed, Pastor special program is plannedin Sunday is Communion Day. PRESENTS
Sis. Evelyn Souter,Reporter Sis. C.M. Myles, ReporterThe Joseph Marshall, Reproter honor of mothers. You are cordially invited to attend PROGRESS REPORT
During our recent Women Vivian Long is chairman and all our services.On .
Wilcher won 1 Times Daily
Mrs. Agnes
Day, Elder R. L. Woodfork is Saturday, May 6, dinners
the title of Mrs.New Mt.Mori- #2 Choir will be havinga "God knows I am willing,but tor. will be on sale at the church. 8 ,,111:55 and 10 p.m.SAMPSON'S .
ah, for r a i sin g the highest dinner sale all day Saturday, still 1 do not think that I am
amount, among the captains.Mrs. at the home of Sister G.Cole- worthy. No, I know you are not,
Lucille Shipp second and man, address 1320 N.W,. 69th i I but what has that to do with it?
Mrs. A.K. Brown third. Street, Phone (696-6177). It is not "whosoever is wor-
We will partake the Lord's Sunday from 3 5 the chairman thy," but whosoever will let
Supper at the 6:45: service,let of the souvenir book is him come." What a big word MARKET. I
us worship God in the beautyof yponsoring a White House Tea that whosoever is." There is

Holiness.The no standard height here. It is
pastor is asking the sponsoring a White House Tea. of any and any size.Little sin 1466 NW 62 ST.
The pastor is asking the Please come outband see the ners, big sinners-whosoever!
members to please be presentand impersonations of cabinet Does this exempt a single one?
on time for our Monthly members in Washington. Who can be excluded from this Free Delivery 696-5711
Conference, tonight (Thurs.), Saturday at 7:00 p.m. the #2 whosoever? Free as the air
at 8:00 p.m. Usher Board is sponsoring at you breathe is the love and
IWe have three importantdates the church a fashion show grace of God. 10 Las.

for this month, the pas featuring teen-age sophis- To the members and friends,
tor is asking the entire churchto ticated designs.The Choir No. 2 proudly presents CHITTERLINGS $1.
accompany him on these oc- #1 Usher Board will be "Heaven Bound," Friday night a, !

cassions. May 12, at 8:00: p.m. In the
May 18, Macedonia Baptist The #1 Usher Board is havinga chuch auditorium.Bro. A. .
Church, West Hollywood,Rev.B. Sale Saturday, at the home of James Sharp will lead EGGSp
Mack, pastor. Sister Rizer address 1237 NW this rally to a crowning $1.00
May 28, New Macedonia Baptist 63rd Street. success, along with Bro. John 'W'
Church,Brownsville,Rev. Sunday is the first Sunday in Dean and Theodore Mackey
Roscoe Jackson, pastor.To May let us all come out and be co-chairman. Our annual
all the children who are spiritually uplifted. Men's Day will be held May 21.
taking a part in the Mother's Remember to visity and pray We hope to make this Men'sDaya.greatsuccessanditcan OLEO !} LB. PATTIES 9C
Day Program, please be at the for the sick and shut-in.

church, Friday evening 6p.m. be done through your effort and
Let us continue our prayersfor support. CHICKEN
our pastor, sick,shut-ins, CHRIST EPISCOPALTheo.

bearved families and those in R. Gibson, Rector The Missionary i Society GRITS aa, 9C BACKS ao.59C

the Armed services. Antoinette Silva, Reporter wish to thank everyone for
Visitors are always wel- Father Theo. R. Gibson returned their wonderful support on MEATY
vome. to the city on Friday their anniversary.
after spending several days in Visitors: come and feast at
Charlotte, North Carolina attending the table of righteousness.You NECK 5LBS.Vi .
FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE the meeting of the Na- won't have to push because
tional Council of Churches.St. there is room for all. You are
always welcome to the 12 CANS GAL.

Rev. W.M. Davis, Pastor tional Council of Churches.St. "Friendly Church."
Donella Turner, Reporter Theresa's Guild is sponsoring SODA MILK 49C:

Thursday night, May 4th all its Annual Pre-Moth The April-itcs and their .
candidates for B a p t1 s m are er's Day Tea on Sunday, May chairman Mrs. MargreeC. rnr !
ask to be present at7:30.Alsothose 7, from 4.00-600p.m.onthe Young send their heartfelt $1.00 f"': '
who are to be Fellow- lawn of the church. Donationis thanks to all of you who helped '. ..'t+ ..,, 'I. I
yhiped. 50?. with their project and thereby
Sunday night, Holy Com The Episcopal Churchmenare insured the success of our 3 PKG. GOLD SEAL i
munion will be administeredafter completing plans for their month of April.
the regular worship ser Annual Men's Day to be held in The Trustees are having a FRANKS'f $1.00
vice. June. Musical Tea, Sunday May 7, at
Thursday night be fore the Returning home to have his 3:30 p.m., at the church Par- I
second Sunday, the pastor and daughter baptized at his ish Hall. I
members will go to Jordan church Is Godfrey Roberts and
Grove Baptist Church for wor- the misses,who hail from East Trust in God by receiving and BUTTERBALL \

yhip service.The Male Chorus Orange, N.J. Get well wishesto accepting Christ as Savoir ,
will render the song service.A our senior warden,WilliamS. through the power of the Holy $ 98
9 .
speedy recovery to our sick Sturrup,Christian Hospital; Spirit, and to serve Christ as SPECIAL !! .
members. To our friends andv John Knowles, South Miami Lord in his church, looking j
Hospital and all other shut- forward to the day of his
i s 11 r s, come and worshipwith
us again. ins. voming In glory



18 THEM TIMES:, Nrfay, May, !1967

Greater Bethel To Observe 71st BirthdayIn .'.".':. I

Rally Mothers Day WeekBishop ,; ,: : ... _

Eugene Clifford Hat- Among those to appear include minister; Usher Boards 1-4 I..."j." .".. i. '
cher, ST., presiding prelate of Mondat8.00p.m., Mt. with the Joint Usher Board, ". ;.;: I' .
the 11th Episcopal District is Herman AME Church, Opa- sponsors. .
....... ,
slated to head the group of locka, Rev Samuel L. Gay, Friday May 12,8OOpmThe ,
ministers who willbe presented minister. Mrs. Francis Cause program will be sponsored by
during the PreMother's will give the history of the the Sunday School W.A.Chap- dx4
Day observance of the 71st anniversary church: The Stewards and man Board, BetheHtes, Fay-
of Greater Bethel Stewardesses will be in sonite Board, J.W. Johnson
AME Church, Miami, from charge. Board, Boy Scouts, and the
Monday May 8th through May Daughters of Allen Club.
14th, Rev. S.A. Cousin pastor, Tuesday May 9, 8.00 p.m.
New St. Palu Institutional AME As the Bishop will be the Mo-
1 1r
14th, Rev. S.A. Cousin pastor Church, Rev. Thomas Colum- ther's Day Morning Worship
said. bus Kelly, Jr.,D.D., minister. speaker both mother's and
Various churches with their Trustees, Auxiliary Boards#1 families will be urgEd: to hear
pastors and choirs will grace and #2; and Pulpit Aid Board him. The mother with the largest 9 9r
the Church through the week #1, sponsors. family present will be cit-
and Bishop Hatcher will be the ed. Whereas the carnation is
speaker at the morning worship Wednesday, May 10, 8:00: worn as a tribute to mother,
hour Mothers Day. It is p.m.; James Paul will be it is suggested that contribu- r ,' I Ib
hoped to report approximately chairman of the program tions toward the $10,000 expansion -
$10,000, for a -dream" sponsored by Choirs Ill and 2 rally, which is plan- ,+7
community expansion pro- the Gospel Choir. ned culminate Mother's -
gram for Greater Bethel, by Thursday May 11, 8:00 p.m., Day, be given in the name of A LAST MINUTE PHONE CALL BEFORE GRADUATION
the pastor and his official St. Mary Weslyan Methodist each person's mother, livingor
board. Church, Rev. Dr. H.V. Stuart dead. Barbara Allen and her brother, Jimmie Allen of 4425 S. W. 23rd St., West I
Hollywood, received Associate in Science Degrees Sunday at the sixth commence-
ment exercises at Miami-Dade Junior College.

Muslims of Muhammad's Mosque --.--- ..... .- --.--

I. Elvin X. (Dean)all-star music Church State CommunityLaud
ensemble was given in the I
No. 29 Holds Black Unity Confab
,.; oriental setting of the Mosque Rev. S.A. Cousin

dining hall. Representatives of the State, plishments and goals of Greater -
By Bernard Sharrieff Much joy and unity was dis- Church and Community con- Bethel founders and mem-
The Muslims 1 followers of played and in the words of the gregated at the Greater Bethel bership, and noting the effectual
the honorable Elijaj j Muham- moderator, Charles Lockhart, AME Church, Sunday at leadership of the pastor.In .
mad, held their first annual they said -It couldn't be done." 7:00: p.m. and commemoratedthose her speach Commissioner
unity forum and dinner at their Malicious agitators had intimated who have labored in the Range cited three types of
newly dedicated edifice, 5245 to moderator Lock- church and community since pioneers, and lauded Cousin.
N.W. 7th Avenue, last Tues- hart that security measures
4.. Rev. Sylvester Alvin Cousin The honorable Church Hall,
day night. were needed for an outbreak, and his wife, pastor, for his Mayor of Metropolitan Dade
Muhammad's Mosque ##29 however, Mr. Lockhart stated outstanding ministry i in Re- County sent Commissioner
here has taken the initiative to that he had found the Muslimsto ligious, Civic, Cultural Com- Joseph Boyd to introduce the
form a coalition of Black be adedicated, clean-cut munity Relationsin Miami- honorable Rabbi Dr.Joseph R.
Leaders from throughout the religious group and that he was Dade County. Theyareintheirtenth Narot, Minister of Temple Is-
Miami area to determine ';"" '1 ,.'''' going to moderate the forum year of pastorate.The I real, of Greater Miami, who
means by which Black Peoplecan .*::: regardless of whom or what honorable Mayor Robert delivered the address.
achieve freedom and in his closing l remarks
King High commissioned The Rev. Luther C. Poerce,
stated that he wished that all
and equality in this strongholdof :
Commissioner Mrs. M. Atha- Executive Secretary of the
America n White Supremacy of Dade County officials could
-'..., have witnessed such a peace- lie Range, to present a Pro- Council of Churches was mas-
clamation, citing the accom- ter of ceremonies.
This event brought together Sam Moncur..EOPI executive receives for Mrs.Alberta ful assemblage.
several outstanding citizensto Sawyer the album "The Time And What Must Be Done," Re-
discuss: What can be doneto corded by the honorable Elijah Muhammad (messenger of Allah . * * ** * **
improve race relations in ) in behalf of FOI (fruit of Islam)and MGT and GCC (Mus-
Miami. Favorite radio personality lim girls training and general civilization class by Mgt. Lieut.
and public relationsman sister Frances Bey wife of minister Troy Bey. iC N GIGANTIC *
Charles Lockhart was 'LD
the moderator. tainers. Also Charlie Neaves people here in American .
Sonny Wright, real estate and Willie Williams who head Greetings to all who partici-
broker from Universal Realty the Society Cabs. pate. Thus SNCC was repre- : go MOTHER'S t
Co. was called out of town sud- W.O. Perry, National Pre- sented by special delivery letter -

denly, had taken the sub-topic sident of IBPOEW gave high- SALE J
Deplorable housing condi- lights of the great work the J.L. Chatmon, local Presi- i
tions" was replaced by Sam Elks are doing throughout Am- dent of SCLC(Southern Chris-
Moncur of EOPI, who told the erica and stated that the local tian Leadership) spoke in be-
cheering audience of the chapter has in mind to take a half of Nobel Peace Prizewinner *
squa- FINAL REDUCTIONS Open Sunday 10-6
lor and distasteful conditionsthat stand here in housing and employment Martin Luther King and
nee d the rehabilitation Civil Rights organizations stated he too was in agreement

program which he is associated. present attracted with the honorable Elijah Mu- '
Panelist, Rev. Edward much attention because it had hammad that the National CLOSEOUT
Graham President of the been predicted in the past thata I leaders of the various Civil Top Quality Hunan Hair*
ministeral ,.alliance was sub confab of this sort would Rights group sit down with the
stituted by Rev. Ernest A. Hut- bring such great minds together messenger and get to the *

cheson, to speak on the part the on a United Black front. WIGStc
will in rela- The amiable Dr.George Simpson -root* of the Black Mm's.
church play race ;
tions, and in their absence, President of the NAACP plight. He also commented on j 24" FALLS :
was substituted popular Bill pointed out the policies and the timing of the messenger'sarticle '
Wynn of the United Fund. Mr. plans of the NAACP local which urged all Civil
Wynn pointed out that the fundis chapter and stated that his Right groups to join with the $13.95 '
instrumental in caring for choice of Catholicism did not Muslims. $19.95
the needs of many poor Ne- hinder him from fighting for T. Willard Fair, President of .
groes in the area. his people here in the Miami the local chapter of Urban *
An apology was sent by popular area. League pointed out statisticsof HUMAN HAIRWIGLETS .. ....
WMBM's Miss Blanch Cal- A.D. Moore of CORE (Con- the Negroes in Miami which -tel, *
loway. gress of Racial Equality) his organization has helped, I
Cleveland Turner of the praised the great work of the and stated he too endorsed this *
.. Longshoreman's Local 1416 honorable Elijah Muhammadand forum as one of the finest T *
was scheduled to bring out gave much credit the of- moves of bringing the "Black : *
statistics of the Negro and em- ficial organ of the Muslims Mind" together.
ployment status to supplementthe "Muhammad Speaks" as the Minister Troy Bey,served as *
theme of What can be done greatest medium of getting a a panelist and also gave the
to improve race relations in "New and great message" to concluding remarks.The fiery $9.95 :
Miami. Panelist Grand master our people. minister received a thund- *
Rudolph Bradley((33rd degree) A letter was read by moder- erous applause and a standing \ y
of the Masonic Grand Lodgewas ator Charles Lockhart sent In ovation when he outrightly .,
Invited but unable to be by Black Power advocate, blamed I Black Miamians for : WIG STYLE
present. Stokely Carmichael, who expressed the Ghettos and stated it is a *

Awards were presented to his regrets for being shame when our Mayor and his p *
commissioner Athalie Range unable to be present. His let- committee has to come in the. : SPECIALSMON.TUES. : n
for her outstanding work in the ter stated, "This event is Indeed Black belt and point out to us JF WIGS *

community, Mrs. Alberta a step forward for Black how filthy we are living. ; *
Sawyer, who heads the only hotel unity and should be very help- minister Bey stated the Miis- Iy.
In Miami, owned and oper- ful in bringing together manyof lims will cooperated inseeingthat i *
ated by Negroes and her man- our Black spokesmen and our community is kept WED. ONLY! 41 ; Mr. Walters'
;, ager Johnnie Burke of the representatives to sid down, clean to a degree that the Mayor \
Mary Elizabeth Hotel who is iron out differences and pre- or anyone can ride throughthe *
associated with Agva (American sent a United Black front area and be unable to detect $3 I 911 NW 7th Am J
guild of variety artist)who whereby we can all begin to fnd "who live?." in this block 9S *
has been instrumental in the ways and means achieve and in this community.A :tI y: 754-9120 .JI '1
bringing to the Miami area real Black Power and solve the get acquainted social hour,
some of the nation':top enter- problems facing all Black with music by EOPI's pupular 11-1f. .. .11- Jf. Jf. Jf. Jf. Jf. {c



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20' THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 5';'T967

Viet Commander r ; : :

I Our Boys in the '-

r Armed ForcesI / Praises Negro GI'Columbia s I FrAII :

S.C.-Gen.William The protesting group was
ENTERS U. S. C. Westmoreland Wednesday roundly I booed by about 600
AIR FORCE praised the role of Negro ser- students who braved a heavy
vicemen in Vietnam. rain to applaud Westmorelandwhen
Airman 1 Clarence Taylor "The service of Negro sol- he e n t e red the Univer
son of Mr and-Mrs.L.C. diers has been particularly inspirational sity's Rutledge Chapel.
Taylor of 2560 N.W. 67th St., A to me," the U.S.
enters the U.S. Air Force on Commander in Vietnam told a Westmoreland, attired in the
Friday He will go to Texas for J joint session of the South dress uniform 01 a fourstar Jh
J his basic training and then will Carolina General Assembly. general, was given a standing I
be assigned in the mechanical "They are a credit to their round of applause by the.Gen- .
field he selected before his en country, loyal and proficientin eral Assembly of his home 1<
listment. Airman Taylor wasa a cross section of the tech- state before and after his five- INTERNATIONALLY SPEAKING-Secretary of State Dean
graduate from Miami Northwestern nical skills." minute talk Rusk (left) and Harold L. Pilgrim, of Philadelphia, Executive

J.) in June 65. Westmoreland, winding up a The general said he acceptedthe Secretary of Frontiers International, Inc., enchange pleasantries
I( two-day visit to South Carolina honor toaddress the at a reception during the Department of State's annual
Airman Mark Gibson, os of received an honorary General Assembly "in behalfof Foreign Policy Conference for Nongovernmental Organi-
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gibson of --.---.-...-.-....--- degree from the University the native i sons of South zations at Washington, D.C, recently.. Mr.. ,Rusk delivered the
6824 NW 10th Ct., entered the San Antonio, Tex. Airman of South Carolina. Carolina who are serving so Closing Address. I
U.S. Air Force on Tuesday, Livy Rollins, whose mother is He was greeted there by about magnificently in Vietnam b
April 25. He will go to Texas Mrs. Mary L.Clay of 14730 SW 30 sign-bearing, antiVietnamese against Communistsubver-
for his basic training and then 103rd Ct. Richmond Heights, war pickets. sion. WOOLWORTH'Sd
be assigned in the generalarea has been selected for technical
the area that he selected training at Chanute AFB, Ill.,
before his enlistment.Airman as a U. S. Air Force fabric- Miami Plane Loader
leather-rubber repair specia

Miami and attended Florida A & M list.The airman recently com- Wins $500, Trip Around WorlHugh

University up until his enlistment pleted basic training at Lack- C. Brunt, 50, learned port. As an afterthought he reported -
land AFB.' Tex.His new schoolis today that he had won an opportunity the transaction to Pan
part* of the Air TrainingCommand to visit some of those Am's "Every Employee A
which conducts hun- faraway places with strange Salesman" contest.
dreds of specialized coursesto sounding names labeled on the His sales lead was a contest
provide technically trained baggage he loads daily into jet winner and Mr.and Mrs.Brunt
personnel for the nation's Clippers at Miami I Interna- have 22,000 miles of Pan Am
aerospace force. tional Airport. travel coming to them
Airman Rollins'is a 1966 enough to go around the world
graduate; of Mays Junior and As a 16-year employee of Pan plus $500 In cash to spend alongthe
Senior High School InnGoulds. American Airways, Brunt has way.
done a great deal of traveling Now he's trying to figure out
vacations and he
which of these faraway places
matically turns into a PanAm
Airman Tyrone Car lis, son of labels he wants plastered on
salesman when friends
Mrs. Cynthia Car 11s of5116 j his own baggage.
N.W. 11th Ave, entered the US |tion places they would like to Brunt, who lives at 1238 N.W.

Air Force on May 2.He will go visit. 51st Terrace, Miami, Is partof
I to Texas for his basic training "Why not fly over to Nas- an "all PanAmfamily."Anolder
I and then will be assigned in the i general area, the area that he i friends from Philadelphia on has worked for the airline
San Antonio-Airman ReginaldB. selected before his enlist- vacation in Miami. They liked more than 20 years and
t Bryan, whose mother i Is tnent. Airman Carlis was a I the idea, so Brunt made reser- his daughter, Ruth, Is the wife
Mrs. Josephine B. Carr of graduate of Booker T.Washington 'vations, helped boo the tic- of Homer Scurry,an employeeof Flnttvrina ithvvr mvsh
'I 7141 N.W. 15th Court, Miami; High School in June 64, 'kets and, as an added service, P a n A m' s Guided Missile
has received his first U.S.Air and attended' Miami Dade Jr. I picked up the group on his day Range Division at Cape Kennedy
Force duty assignment after College. off an drove them to the air- SEAMLESS NYLONSSheer
completing basic training at -. ----..-.
Lackland AFB, Tex
He has been assigned to Patrick
AFB Fla. for IN THE MEDICAL FIELD beauties 'in two favorites
duty as a U.S. Air Force UTAH NEEDS YOU Demi-toe barefoot 3 9 c:
musician. He becomes a member Custer Job Corpsman Clifton look or with reinforced .
of the Air Force Systems Boykins, 18,son cf Mrs.Novella Many good paying jobs waiting heel and toe. The season's
Command which manages research Boykins, 1236 N.W. 46th TRAIN NOW CALL 311.4624 shades. 8'' to 11. prencwest
development, produc- St., Miami, has been selectedto IIfg. ,19
tion and procurement of USAF attend an advanced Corps- Credit Plan Available
missiles, planes and support men Institute Clearfield
systems. (Utah) Job Corps Center.
Airman Bryan, a 1960 grad- The program Includes a 13- MEDICAL ASSISTANTS zaj
uate of Northwestern Senior week course in human relations 168 SE 1st Street Miami
High School, attended Miami- plus anadditional M12
Dade Junior College.The weeks training, to prepare
airman is married to the high-potential corpsmen for -
former Bernestine McGhowof staff posit ions in teaching,

AIR Miami.FORCE SEEKS MEN other conservation fields counseling related at Job and Corps agencies.The centers recreational urban. and and HELP !II! !

Miami-The Air Force Is rolling -
corpsman Joined Job
out the red carpet in a
drive to a 11 r act exservicemen Corps last September. He was
enrolled in Custer's Auto Me-
with needed skills back
into the service,Sgt.Bill Ran- chanics program.He completed :
ninth grade at
dall, Air Force recruiter Dorsey High
here, announced May 1. School. ..,
Virtually all of the old red
tape restrictions have been
r[. lifted with recent changes in HELP HELP HELP HELP pay your bills with what you earn d' '* f
I II.recruiting regulations. from
your washing
REV. '
Searching for skill veter-
and from all branches of the FRANKLINOf ''r2 s
Armed Forces, the Air Force Macon Invite your neighbors in to washlll!!! With a
now offers ex-servicemen the coin-operated washing machine that the

chance to keep the rank they DIVINE CoinMeter Company will put in your home -__
held at the time of last separa- SPIRITUAL HEALER \. \
hays I Is truly victory FREE.
tion and the
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to many, many p.opls'sprobi.ms. -
their base of assignment--- ?2 \oir... Into SummerSlEEVflESS
anywhere In the world. SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS.
Recent changes also allow See or write me today. I
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I 1 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, May 5, 1967 21 I

with. Kenneth Brown fAMU's
Spearing ......., Looking the


... '68 OlympicsTallahassee

BY HAIRY SPEAR .- A tall and lected to the high school All-

lanky sophomore transplantedfrom American track Team. ARMDRISTER Over
'', MARLINS PLAY FOR BENEFIT Olympics. Kenneth Lang sets no limit on Brown'scapacity
Brown doesn't run as fast as .
to jump."The
This coming Saturday, May 6th, the baseball fans in greater Bob Hayes but he jumps a lot ground -
I was soft in the South Carolina
Miami area will have an opportunity toll the stadium for the higher and if he gets any ISHMAEL SHARPE ORGANIZES YOUTH TEAM
State and I'm thatIf
Relays sure
benefit of the Variety Children's Hospital. The game is being higher the fulfillment of a he had jumped off an asphalt FOR ICAC
, sponsored by the Exchange Clubs of Dade County,with the net lifelong dream maybe achiev floor he would have much There are many who could not when they would, for they had
II proceeds going to the hospital. Tickets may be obtained from gone not done it when they could.It .

Exchange Club members or at Miami Stadium. This will be fora ed.Brown has already set three lize higher that, Lang we have said.something"We rea- is amazing how Ishmael Sharpe could find time after com-

good cause, therefore let's fill the stadium to capacity. Al- meet high jump records, and special in him and we're goingto petently driving an MTA bus all day to spend so many fruitful
though the Marlins are not doing so good at present, don't give according to FAMU head track hours with the large following of youths, who hav' so endearingly
bring along slowly meet by
up on them. The season is young, and there Is room for im' coach Bobby Lang he is no meet, and hope for the, best," attached themselves to him. This fact is mentioned with <

provement. These boys are young and as the saying goes, oncea where near his potential as a added the FAMU track coach. hat-off salute to Mr. Sharpe for the wonderful work he has

fan always a fan. So don't give up on them. high jumper. In the Jesuit Invitational Brown would like nothing done in the past with the youth of our community and is con-
I Quite a number of fans have been "What's
wrong and the University of
better than participate in the tinuing to do.
with Moe Hill?" well, here Is the story. Moe, who plays right Florida Relays Ken set high
1968 Olympics. "It would be Sharpe, who has been honorably cited for his safe driving record -
field for the Marlins, is a better ball player than his batting jump records of 6' 8 3/4" and I
the fulfillment of a lifelong as an MTA bus driver is a member of the Fraternal Or-
average shows. Moe was hit by a pitched ball, which broke his 6'7 1/4" respectively.It dream for me," he said."Thisis der of Transit Employees, and It Is this organization, whose
nose and affected his eyesight and had to be operated on. Hill was at the South Carolina
one of the reasons why I sponsorship he has secured to make possible the team entranthe
has come around since then and is being fitted for glasses, State College Relays that
chose FAMU. If FAMU can will. He entered In the Inter City Athletic Conference.
which he thinks will be a great help. He is a long ball hitter, .
Town served notice to the produce a track star like Bob The team poised and ready from weeks of training will re-
the only player to hit 3 home runs so far, also triples. track world that he may be in all
still Hayes, I figured that maybe present Opa-locka competition against other city con-
give up on Moe, right now, he is a little discouraged, but something special and should they can help me. I feel that I ference teams.
in there fighting. I hope the fans will understand. He is going sear close watching in the fu- .,
have made the decision in '
right "
places. He has speed and is a fast class outfielder. ,ture. He high jumped 7*112"at'd choosing FAMU. i ; ',f '>'q "'-'*: '-, :/\tl\tr\ ,: ; ,

MARLINS SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK: Friday, May 5th, \ wasn't feeling well when he

Doubleheader, Marlins vs. St. Pete, game time 6:30 p.m. Sa- d a I\m' ''The feat alone was The 1968 Olympics is a long

turday, May 6th, Marlins play St. Pete at 7:30 p.m. Don't for-, enough to:make him the most way off and the Penn Relaysare

get this game. Sunday, May 7th, Mon, May 8th, Marlins play valuable player of the meet. this week (April 28-29)). *I I d1.f

Tampa, Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Monday, 7:30 p.m. Setting records Is not a new hope that invitations to other .
trend for Brown. In 1965 whilea major track meets around the t ;J

M M senior at Castleman High in country will be coming to me "i j $ .... rWI

Oakland, he high J jumped 6'8 soon, "Brown said. Brown is j .. .
1/2" to set the state prep re- thinking one meet at a time,but t.

cord. The California Prep FAMU fans would like nothing "l : l._ \\I 1- ...

Writers Association voted him better than to see another Rat- 1 I r a;,: ,
rs "prep of the week" and"prep tler win a eoId medal in the '
of the year." He was later se- in the 1968 Olympic Games. l t' ,

,, >,. .. 1.J"'I'. .;.!" .,
,_ ,
; > ..v
Coaching Clinic To Feature -
William Cummings, Ted Horne, Billy Broxton, Arthur Mike,
Hercules McMillian, Robert S wee tin i g, Thomas Banks Paul

Country's Top College Roberts, Clearthur Taylor, Osborne K now 1 e s, Eugene Holt,

\ Ishmael Sharpe, Manager, Andrew Stromon,Robert Comming,
-. Dwight Duncombe, Eric Johnson, John Henry.
Left to right: Jose Geigel ,Julian Anez, Lew Bealey and Moe Football Coaches
Hill. Sponsored by the Fraternal Order Of Transit Employees.
I" 1110pionship.

ABC BOWLING TOURNAMENT ON ITS Tallahassee, .. Six of the top .'Tate's 1966 team has FAMU RELAY TEAM SETS RECORDThe

LAST LAP college football coaches In the the distinction of beating\ three
FAMU relay quartet of Nathaniel James, Major Hazel-
The Congress of Bowling merry-go-round winds up this country and one of the winning- teams that went on to play in
ton, Gene Milton, and Jim Ashcroft were record busters in the
Sunday, May 7th. From what I saw of this tournament, Monday est high school coaches in bowl games at the end of Uni-the Penn Relays running the 440 in 40.6 seconds, clipping three-
night, May 1st in the masters eliminations,there was some of Florida have accepted invita- season. They defeated the tenths of a second from old record.
the greatest bowling that could have been witnessed in the tions to serve on the faculty of versity of Southern California
world. This is covering a lot territory. don't mean maybe. the 23 annual Coaching ((10-7)), Georgia (7-6)), and ANNUAL FLORIDA BALL ROLLING AGAIN

During this hectic night, Bob Hart bowled a 300 perfect game Clinic at Florida A&M Univer- Florida (21-16)). Leonard "Bum Smith has zip coded information from New

but still lost out in the masters. This was a heartbreaker, sity, June 12-15. York to all his Florida friends, who regularly attend his An-
strike after strike was made.Trying to keep up with the score- Dough Dickey's 1966Ten- nual Florida Ball late in May. The date this year is May 26,
board and the bowlers was Vince Dooley, the young head nessee football team was at the Rockland Palace.A .

worse than being at a tennis coach at the University of ranked seventh nationally in local contingent of Phillip Wallace, Norman Bullard,

match. You know how you have Georgia, has needed only three final polls of both AP and UPI Booker T. Hayes, Willie'Sparkey' Davis, Birbb Wallace, Liv-
to keep turning your head one years to put the Georgia Bull- wire services. The SEC rewarded ingston "Peanuts Smith and yours truly have already formated

way or the other. During all this dogs on a lot of coaches minds. Dough by voting him their plans for another great; evening of fun with old friends.
time, there was a Negro bowlinghis His first team in 1964 was run- coach of the year.

way to the top. From Chi- ner-up to the national cham-

cago, Charles Thomas lost his pions from Alabama in the I )I I
first game in the masters, then Southeastern Conference race Other members of the faculty Grid Slate Still Undecided
include Don Fuoss assistant
and defeated Texas Tech in the : .
went on to win three games stay- I
ing in contention to go on and win Sun Bowl. In 1966 the Bulldogssported' coach at Purdue Universitythe Mays High School Intends to of conference opponents.
( big ten representative in
first prize. In his first win, he I: a 9-1 record and deI seek an appeal from the Dade Orginally Mays was sche-
bowled 877, his second 808,and \ }I feated Southern Methodist in the Rose Bowl), Doug Knotts, County School Board in orderto buled to be phased out this year
assistant coach of
third, 849. Charles does his \ { the Cotton Bowl 249.Miami's Tennessee; Erskine Russell, be eligible for all honors and but the Board delayed such action -

bowling at the Park Manor Alleys awards in the new Dade County. until 1968.
,.. Charlie Tate pilotedthe head defensive coach,University
in Chicago. Athletic Conference's south- Spring practice at Mays began -
Georgia and Jesse
there Hurricanes toan8-2-l ; football division it was and will climax
During this tournament, CHARLIE THOMAS ern Monday
Heard, head coach of Lincoln
must have been quite a numberof season, the nation's number announced this week by Coach with an inter-squad game at
High School in Galnseville.
Nero participants who did themselves a lot of good even ninth rank and a bowl cha m- Traz Powell. Harris Field the night of May

The Ram mentor said schools 19. Powell said 75 boys showedup

," supplemented in the 1967 edition of Who's Who In Baseball. participating must compete in for the practice sessions,

This group includes a number of rookies, some with no major five games against conference the largest in the history of the

\\l @ league experience, and a few who have played briefly in the opponets but that Mays is shortof school.
9. majors. that number. _. .__ 'C'F :.

Also featured in this edition are the final standings of the Powell says the school will

1966 championship races, team batting, fielding and pitching ask that it be given an oppor-
e ora O L8A statistics, and highlights of the 1966 World Series and All-Star tunity to schedule that number .


if they did not win anything, they showed they were a great BOXING SHOW THIS THURSDAY LEAGUE AT JUNIOR 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACEr
Some of them like it so much here, they are
bunch of sports. %
Dick Lee opens his first Boxing Show this Thursday, May 4, COLLEGEThe
1 I i s h to give good account -
staying to see the finish.One b o w e r w

of is J. Wilbert Sims, middle west representative of con-the at 8:45 p.m. with an all-star card, 5bouts in all, no amatuersall Miami-dade Junior College -
Association. He is well liked by everybody
Pro Bowling pro's. Dick has beenasuccessful promoter in his time summer basketball lea-

nected with bowling. therefore I look for him to be a success once again. Don't for- gue is scheduled to begin play SKIN
536 PLAYERS FEATURED IN BASEBALL get the address, Dade County Auditorium, 2728 N.W. 7th Ave. on June 11. Games will be in
the John F. Kennedy Health
MAIN EVENT 8 ROUNDS Center on the North Campus.Two mentandmedlcatlon boitd -
The 1967 edition of Who's Who in baseball,the fiftysecondin leagues will be formed, blood

the series and the 14th consecutive boo k edited by Allan Eddie Linder vs. Irish Larry Adkins--quite popular at little one for students attending high and on laboratory specialized teitt.Al-

Roth, is now on sale around the country.The River. school and one for those who
new edition contains data on 536 major-league players, Six Rounds: Jimmy Gibavitch vs. Ernie Burns.Herb Slier vs. have completed' high school. so general practice.

including year-by-year batting records of 314 of the playersin Moses Harrell, hard punching KO artist. Two other bouts to be Basketball players interested -
( 10 different batting departments)and 222 pitchers how each named. in entering a team should DR. H. HAAG

player bats and throws WorldSeries statistics, height, weight, Let's make this show sell-out. Prices: Ringside$2.50; Re- contact Coach Bill Alheim, M- PL 77234a

birthplace and birth date. served, $2.00; General Admission, $1.50. Lots of free parking DJC North, 685-4585, by May
Playing records of 115 players! not listed Irtl966 have been in the rear of the Armory. 26.


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", """ ''''''-.'' .".,,..1. \ 1 $400 ,
b,A' 1 JCN I't a t J 111'' ,
II" I It'"..I' '! ,I. n it:,}{1 FOR RENT CBS
es IY.,1.: ;, \: ;,,I,
\ "!".
GO SEEIII!!! "r N "" 1800 MW 83rd Street
I OR 2 BEDROOM Open Sunday 2 til 5. Lo-
CBS BEAUTY 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. Enclosed vely c orner lot. 1 FHA

Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS, FHA, 10000. porch, dining room, utility room. Best area. $450 DuplexApartments mortgage.$75 per month.
Only $300 down down, $15,000 FHA. Owner pays h closing cost. $350 down. $76 mo. pays

$75 Month Pays All! LOVELY CORNER CBS 2 BEDROOM. Large Flo all.tificate($100). down 2120 with NW 93rd cer

room, utility room, $300 down, $12,500 FHA. No FREE GAS Terr. Lovely CBS. Hurry
closing COlts.GORGEOUS this will sell fast.
1944 NW 83rd Terr.
758-4754 i beautiful
CBS 2 BEDROOMpI" efficiency apt. Big duplex.
2390NW 95th Terr.$1400
Enclosed front porch, dining room, utility room. down FHA. Live rent free
Near stores, schools, buses. $450 down. $15,000

double lot for the BRING RESULTS 633.0426
price of one. 3 BEDROOM, dining room, utilityroom
carport, appliances. 2 BEDROOM, com
::. pletely furnished $600 down, $16,500 FHA. No FIRST TIME OFFERED
'closing costs. Can be bought conventional. Best

1340 NW 88 STREET
3 UNITS CBS PLUS R2 LOT. 2 bedroom home
plus duplex. All furnished.Near stores, schools, OPEN SUNDAY 2.6 P.M.
Inc.of buses. Re asonable down. $16,500 total.
2 bedroom, 2 bath, separate garage, central air
CBS4 UNIT. 2 bedroom each apt. All furnished.One and heat, built-in dishwasher and stove. Only
Wianilj leitori apt.has Flo room. Ideal location. Reasonabledown. $19,500. $900 down. FHA terms.

$23,000 total.



930 N. W. LITTLE RIVER DRIVE 4260 NW 7th Ave. 7585551BUY list Buys
Custom-built, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room,
double l car garage, built-in oven, sprinklers,
central. heat, terrazzo floors, fence. Prestigearea. OPEN SUNDAY

4 full bedrooms, 2 baths, 14x22 screened patio,
room, garage, sprinklers,
rugging, fence. FHA terms or bank financing locutions. 50'x148'. Full price- Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Fla room, (can be used
Available. No closing cost. Cash or terms $3850.00. for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,
tile roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto
2466 NW 99 TERRACE
LOVELY CORNER 3 bedroom, bath, L.R., kitchen wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 2 bath, almost new home. dining area, garage, Jackson High area, FHA FHA price $15,000, $450 down and $93.33 month.,
Screened patio, circular drive, FHA terms. No terms.

CORNER BEAUTY 2 bedrms bath Flo '
9011! NW 9 AVENUE fenced Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, |Ja-
a carport, living roo m, dining room, kitchen,
3 bedroom beauty. wall to wall carpeting, fence, breakfast room, Jackson High area, FHA terms.. loutie windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
garage, sprinklers, patio. FHA. No closing cost. and take over FHA mortgage of $10,7900t 5/4' % In
GRACIOUS LIVING Fish, boat, swim on lovely
r Inl'
$82.67 month everything. Move
lake,2 bedrms, bath, living rm, dining rm, built-in .
3120 NW 12 AVENUE kitchen, Fla room, carport.Many features. $122 mo.
Large 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, front jolou- pays all. $16,500 FHA terms. SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

lied porch. Wonderful I location. CALLj Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Opa-
Carlton locka. Tile roof, jalousie windows, awnings,
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN RealtyBHOKER Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.

NEW VA LIFT. FIRST COME, BEST SELECTIONS ( ) Near shopping, school, etc. Bargain *at $13,000

WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS BEING 6353177In FHA ht$4DTdown ond'$80".82 month.Spotless.NO .

CALL TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE 2001 NW 38th St. 3 bedroom CBS. Enclosed front

ONLY A PHONE CALL AWAY. porch, large fenced yard, rugs, stove, refrigerator.
Only $500 down and $100 month pays all.Va
cant. Move right in.
Buy A Home TodayLOW
Buying or Selling
Pretty 3 bedroom CBS, large fenced yard. Fla.
DOWN PAYMENTS Room, jalousie windowsair conditioner, awnings.
Call AI Tirella RealtorCANAL Bargain at $11,000$350, down, $68.31 month.
((1)) 1735 NW 57th St. 3 bedroom, 2 both, ,


Outstanding FHA bargain. 2 bedroom, CBS, Fla
((2)) 2345 NW 65th St. Brand new duplex. FRONT BEAUTYFHA room, awnings, jalousie windows, garage, fenc ed-
Fenced in, 2 bedrooms each side. $350 Down-VA $100 Down yard, stove, air conditioner. Price only $11,600,""

CBS, 3 bedroom, Fla room, carport, air cond. Callon '$$350 down, $72.16 mont .Im.uculot.r!

((3)) 2020 NW 85th St. $300 down, $80 mo. this,Excellent. $14,700.
No qualifying, move right in. -0- Extra large deluxe house on 2 lots. Tile roof,

awnings, very large rooms, large kitchen, some
((4)) 2501 NW 158th St., Opa-locka-$300 down. DUPLEX, $600 DOWN furniture, stove and refrigerator, 2 bath room .
Wonderful location. A better 2 bedroom house at
''4(5)( ) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $450 down. Drive by 2110 NW 99th Terrace $14,500 FHA with $450 down and $90 month.
CBS, 2 bedrooms each side, tile roof, hardwood
floors, 5 years old. $16,200 FHA. Call now. ',
((6)) 2101 NW 93rd St. 2 bedroom, carport. SELLER PAYS ALL.CLOSING COSTS "

$250 down. $72 month. 0HOME '2 bedroom CBS, big front porch, big lot, all
"' rooms extra large, stove and refrigerator. FHA

((7)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down. $73 mo. & INCOME price only $10,300, $350 down and $63.82' month:' ',
2 bedroom, Fla. room. Drive by 1840 NW 41st Street A real bargain! ; ." ":
Excellent 2 bedroom CBS home plus 1 bedroom

("1OiI '''' .....'.. I rental apt.in .or.$450 down FHA-VA $100 down. WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
))1 DOWN $14,000 price.
: ;'; (((8)) 3165 NW 69th St. $20 week.' 0- $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

,";" : 3034 NW 56th St. $22 week. DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE

5710 NW 7th Ct. Rent. 3 bedroom, $20 wk.


10124 NW 7 Ave.
FORD REAL TV,1t C. Broker 4132 NW 7th A'kn M37I:0M

J 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 754-5426 : *7 jJcy., JrVJfctliveiM > f itf
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flTAIS1FIEDIIS1 Hungtinton Arms Apartments,
86 NE 50th Terr. One bed LETS'

room or two bedroom apts. -w

IS WORDS OR LESS $150.l 50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. Furn. or unfurn. Desirable By NORMAN E. JONES

transportation. ADULTS

FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE ONLY. Rates monthly or bi With the Democratic Party firmly entrenched in every of-

monthly. TOeeca117,57-9931. fice from precinct to governor's mansion, the rural block in
Free rent plus income. Invest 2 bedroom CBS, completely Modern 4 bedroom, 2 bath CBS! control of state government graft and corruption ran rampant)
duplex. In fine fume No qualifying, take over house with arporte, near NW
locations.a new The price.is rlghtl' mortgage. $12.700. Larger 69th St. and 2nd Ave $600 2 bedroom apt.Large tile bath. and since the only issue was racism, it was most difficult tp

235-2958. (TF) down payment. Drive by 836 down FHA. Call Peter Rum $20 per week.2260 NWSZndSt. dislodge elected officials, one elected thus these elected officials
NW 49th St. Then. call Fen- mel or Fred Bettelheim Investment by their seniority dominated every key committee in
ster Realty (Broker) PL 9- Counselors, Inc.,, Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22.. the legislature and state agencies.
$100 Down Payments 8779. Realtor 7th Ph CBS 1 bedroom apt. $17.50.
2994 NW St., : ,
21-3-4-: bedroom CBS like new.. _.__ _u. .. __.. __ 634-4563. Good 2 bedroom. $23. Congressmen and senators were elected pratically for life
Anyone can buy vets or non- Tremendous large property. and thus with the seniority system dominated Federal Legislation
-------- Downtown location--CBS, 1
vets, Payments from $59 mo. Could be used as a triplex. Beautiful Scott Lake. 3 bed. bedroom apt. $14. exercising a Communist-Fascist type of political dicta-
pays all. One mortgage. Call Oversized bedrooms wonder'ful room, 2 bath, screened porch, torship comparable'' to Joe Stalin-Hitler-Trujillo Et Al.
now we have the keys. Tip value, no less than built-in stove and oven. Car Very large house, $25. Since the democratic party in the Southern States had by ter-
$5,000 down payment. Drive peted. Newly decorated Central Small, bedroom, duplex. $18.
Realty 685-0021. 13906 roristic Campaigns had eliminated republican party opposition
Top by 1035 NW 35th St.Then call heat. Fenced back. Fur CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. ,
NW 7th Ave. Fenster Realty, (Broker) PL niture (optional. Asking Deposit Required it was only natural that the democratic party become fragmen-
9-8779. $19,000. Terms. AlA Realty, tized with each officeholder forming his own personal 'Poll- t
Down Liberty Rental Agency 2020(
$100 Payments 75M402. tical Army' in the fashion that Chinese warlords and bandits
2-3-4 bedroom CBS like NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
new. 3 bedroom 2 bath (Large, --------
formed their
own personal military organization.
Anyone can buy, vets or non- large home has everything, 1707 NW 81st TerraceA ----
vets. Payments from $59 mOo newly built "No qualifying." frame home, excellent lo- A nice clean one bedroom turn Ambitious seekers office began to organize their own per-

pays all. One mortgage. Call Immediate occupancy. Not an cation. Fully furnished. Two apt. at 6306 NW 15th Ave., sonal cliques and wage devastating campaigns in the democratic -

now we have the Keys. Tip FHA deal. $15,900. Call us bedrooms, two baths. Extra Phone: FR 1-9797 or NE 4- primaries, expending all of their resources and vilifying
685-0021. 13906 for terms. Drive by 4610 NW vacant lot In rear facing NW 1886. Ask for Kelly. (TF) their firmly entrenched democratic officeholders with all the
Top Realty, 11th Ave., then call us "We 82nd St., city water. Owner ------
NW 7th Ave. bedroom $22 fury normally reserved for the political opposition in normal
have key" Fenster Realty, will finance A substantial Furn. one apt.
(Broker) PL, 9-8779. downpayment is required wk. includes lights, water, two-party states.
9th Avenue 29th Street -_.._- Owner on premises. (M12) gas and waste removal. 2221 Over the years with all of the vilification aimed at other democratic -

down FHA. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS low ------ NW 57th St. Apply Saturday candidates, it was a natural sequence that sooner or
$103 mo.
taxes and insurance per down payment, low monthly 4 bedroom, 2 bath, fenced, between 12 and 2:30. later the electrorate would take to heart these denouncementsof
includes Near schools buses $115 all. ---- -
payment. sprinklers. mo. pays each other in the democratic and the first fair-
party strong
3 bedroom CBS. Fenced yard, and shopping. No qualifying.Call Only $350 down. Drive by: Room. Single person. Lady or
priced $12,000.Loyd,Realtor, right now, Martin M. 18735 NW 32nd Place, then man. Call 691-4205 from 7 ly organized and financed serious republican candidate would,
444-2226. Berney (Broker) 624-6983. call: Gordon Akeley Broker, a.m. to 10:30: a.m. if for no other reason, offer a choice.

----_._- 6248436. -- --- While the solidly democratic Southern States voted for the
(May 5) Handyman's Special. $200 ------ Furn. Apt. Free lights and
democratic candidates the
presidential republican party remained -
CBS beautiful corner lot 1870 NW 55th Terrace.
down. $65 mo. 1 bedroom du- on ,, water.
$100 Down Payments plex. Excellent deal for right with Fla room, carporte, terrazzo Front apt. 633-2937 or 635- the dominant National Pary for 68 years. With the

2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new party. Live rent free. Make floors, jalousie win 9089. southern democratic party dominating the national party, De-
vets money. Call right now. Martin dows. $300 down on FHA ----- mocratic national rickets didn't have a chance. The southern
Anyone can buy, or non.' M. Homey (Broker) 624- terms. Seller pays closini: Room in private home. Closeto
democratic party became a millstone around the neck of the
from (;:)
vets. Payments $59 mo. 6983. costs. Biscayne Realty, Inc.. bus stop. Call 693-1182,
pays all. One mortgage. Call, ----- (Broker) 759-8600. all day Sunday. national democratic party.
now we have the Keys. Tip Special Offer -,3 bedroom, 1V4 ----- The 'Solid South" is political liability to any party seeking

Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 I bath, new condition, beautiful. CBS near Northside Shopping 1 bedroom duplex. Clean, good the white house and is fast becoming a liability in their own
NW 7th Ave. $200 down FHA. $94 mo. and 27th Ave. Full price is neighborhood. Liberty Rental Southern States.
pays everything. Call right $10,500 on FHA. $250 downno
Agency, 2020 NW 62nd St.
Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS: now.Martin M. Berney(Broker) closing costs. $78 per mo. 633-7809. $19 week. Deposit
6246983. pays all. Biscayne Realty,
Freshly painted inside and I Inc. (Broker) 759-8600. required. \ Robins
outside awning, FHA $12,000 I ---
Several Duplexes. Excellent 5541 NW 6th PI. Large furn. '
$400 down $74 month.No clos- deals. No qualifying. Call CBS three bedroom and two efficlen y. Very nice, $20 wk. URiformiCenters

ing cost Veterans or being dis-, right now. Martin M. Berney bath with Fla room and car Security deposit. No children,

placed $100 down.Atlantic and I (Broker) 6246983.. porte.thousanddollars$1000)No qualifying with down one day time phone 754-6277. +
-- --- -
Pacific Realtors. 666-0411 9025 NW 10th Avenue FHA and being sold' for less than --.--- ----. _.

$16,000.00. CBS, 3 bedroom, FHA valuation. Biscayne Church Uniforms
Lovely 2 bedroom, Ibath, Fla comer, tile roof, oak floors, Realty,Inc.(Broker) 759-8600. HELP WANTEDAlert Choir Robes

room, CBS, title roof hard attached garage, air cond., ---
wood floor FHA $350 down central heatno closing costs, CBS, three bedroom and one secretary. Call 757-2544, Church Furniture
$98.78 monthly, $600.00 down ..bath. No qualifying with eight Miss Watkins.Practical ,
$71' month Veterans or being (Vets only $300 down) Be hundred dollars ($800) down _

displaced $100 down. Close ir first! See today. Aetna Realty payment. Move right In. No nurse and house.. Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings
location. Atlantic and Pacific (Broker) 811 NW 54th St., red tape. Owner anxious. Bis- keeper for invalid lady. Ex
Realtors. 666-0411 Phone:757-5724. Open 7daysPSSSTTTIII cayne Realty, Inc. (Broker) perienced. Own room and bath, 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU
.... 759-8600, Sleep in optional. Small
apt. 16 W. Flagler St. 5900 Sunset Drive
------ Local references. Phone
HOME AND INCOME $100 down, CBS, 3 bedrooms, CBS near 22nd Ave. and 84th 865-5532. : Lauderhlll Shopping Center Ft. Louderdale.

2 CBS beauties, 2 bedroom 1 1 No closing costs, $55.80 mo. St. $10,500 FHA with $250 ------ 1735 NW 10th Ave. Dadeland Shopping Center
bath, Fla-room, car-porte,, Aetna Realty (Broker) 811 NW down payment and$78 per mo. Truck Driver. Male.Permanentjob.

rear house, 1 bedroom 1 bath,, 54th St., Phone: 757-5724. On two lots with fence all 5 day week, high school SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF
completely furnished FHA/ Open 7 days. around. Owner pays closing graduate. 21-40. Chauffeur's
costs. Biscayne Realty, Inc. CHURCH FURNITURE ATi
------ license. Apply McKesson &
$15,500, $500 down$96 month 1876 NW 88th Street FHA ((Broker) 759-8600. Robins, 7455 NE 2nd Ave. 5900 SUNSET DRIVE

Must seel!I Atlantic and Pact- $10,000.00. CBS, 2 bedroom, --. ,- ... ._-- 1:30 to 4:30 Friday. Equal South Miami
fic Realtors 666-0411. freshly painted inside and Opportunity Employer.
out, stove, refrigerator, $300 By owner. Beautiful 3 bed'room ------ OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE
down, no closing costs, $66.5!t garage, central heat,,
$350 down, $85 monthly, total monthly. Hurry! Hurry! Hurry} screened porch, patio, fenced Male or female collection and

price $11,000 FHA2bedroom,, Aetna Realty (Broker) 811 NW yard, many extras. Assume credit manager, must be experienced 666-8501
CBS furnished excellent con 23-year VA mortgage 5',4%. in collection and
54th St., Phone: 757-5724. $13,500 total. $650 :J own ..
dition 2355 N.W. 79th Terr, Open 7 days. $100 month, pays all. 624- public relation. Salary open.

MU1-9871May 19) -3 -bedrooms---, FHA, $16,800. 9854. Right person, reference, plus

9020 NW 12th Court, gorgeous ----- bonus. Call or wright 178 N.E.
Best new home buy in town!! with oak floors, tile roof, garage Private party will buy mort- 40th St. 759-4647. (May 5)
homes lot. 3737973or EDISON Specials
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sewers central heat, fenced gages, ,
and city water. 276 NW 40thSt. yard, only $700.00 down. NO 4448004. -
Reasonable. Wynne. 235- -----
Closing costs $103.27 monthly. -
2958. See today. Aetna Realty, FOR RENT
--- (Broker), 811 NW.54th St., A CIVIL RIGHTS PRAYER
OPEN SUNDAY 1 bedroom apt. Part furn. AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
7days. OPEN
Phone 757-5724.
: humbleour
Father we
5th Ave. Heavenly
Come see 4755 NW Couple only. $65 mo. Vicinity
Edison area. Real nice 2 bed- ----- down 41st St. & 23rd Ave. NW. 691- hearts to thee, giving up 52 NW 41 TERRACE
It's a beauty! $350 FHA.
room CBS, oak floors, tile 1086 NW 59th St. Spacious 2 4668. right for wrong, we're faced $250 down FHA. CBS, 3 bedroom plus screenedporch
roof, carport, only $12,500 total bedroom, CBS, Fla room, no ------' with a problem we cant solve cost. Excellent neigh
No closing
$400 down, FHA. Vets closing costs. Spitzer Realty, Nice room. Man only. 1430 NW for we're weak, but thou art goroge.
$100. A. Ben-Kori, Realtor, Realtors, 759-8741. 68th Street. borhood.
anytime 7512243. ----- strong. 330 NW 51 STREET
---- 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, Rooms. Reasonable. Men pre, Help us Lord to trust in thee down FHA., 2 bedroom, CBS home with Flo
4 BEDROOMS enclosed garage. $400 down. ferred and misc. household for all things in the land, and $400 convenient lo
Drive by 5633 NW 6th Ave. $92 month. 1300 NW 33rd St.. goods for sale. Call tor infor, not cause trouble or grief to room plus cute CBS cotta g.. Very

Nice big home, Fla. porch, 635-5724. mation. 696-8794. others by taking them in our cation. No closing cost. 4..
carpeted, living room, garage, ----- EDISON
-- --- THEN CALL
$11,700 FHA terms. A. Ben- 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room. Nice room in private home for hands, for thou created Heaven DRIVE BY THESE

Kori, Realtor, anytime 751- $600 down payment. $112 mo. gentleman. 7th Ave. area. and Earth in thou own image (1)) 1891 NW 83rd Terr. No qualifying. CBS.

2243. paymert. 3230 NW 13th Ave. 751-5236. made man, and gave him freedom $1500 down. $66,78 pays everything.

------ 63 -5724. ------ to rule over all things in ((2)) 5620 NW 5th Ave. 5 bedroom, CBS. Take
Choice area: 3 bedroom, 2 1752 NW ,44th St. Rear CBS
-- thou knowth
bath, CBS. This Is a large Don't miss this beauty. 2 bed- house." 1 bedroom furn. 17.5* the land, Father some cash
home with wall to wall carpet- room, CBS. $100 down. NO weekly. Adults only. No'pets." we've never been free because ((3)) 6005 NW 5th Ct. 2 bedroom, CBS, terrazzo

ing. Built-in rangeoven.Price qualifying, $93 per ma pays .373-3175 or HI 5-3524. of the color of our skins, thou floors plus separate CBS, 1 bedroom cottage.

$18,000 with only all. $11,000 total price. 925 ------ partly turn made no choice of race,color, $450 down FHA. No closing cost.
Will be 1 bedroom apt.
open$1,700 Sunday payment.1-5 p.m. Loca- NW 83rd St.Realtor Universal,751-8642.Real weekly or monthly. 29 NW 52 or creed which gives a right to ((4)) 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, gora,.. Water

tion 1220 NW 88th St. Fen- Estate Ind. St. 235-8418. all men, may the secreagators front. 75x130 lot. A special for pro tSslonols.
PL 9- --- realize the world belongs to ----------
Broker) --
ster Realty, ( $1,800 Down 4 Units ----- --
8779. Why buy a house when you Unfum. Newly decorated cot- thee, their money and all their WE HAVE'MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

----- can live free in a modern apt. tage. Immediate occupancy. possessions rich or poor they TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.

1960 Oldsmobile. Call FR 4- and have your tenants buy the $18 fum.week.Also 1 newly bedroom decorated.apt. un- may be, every plan man has YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

8828 or OX 1-0609. ( M26 I 1 property for you? Building 566 NW 22nd St. Key withfront drawn out to build upon the landit $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
like new, with reverse tenant. 444-6126 or 4482824.Mr. thou who him wis- CAN QUALIFY.
------ conditioners, tile roof was gave DISPLACED AND IF YOU
Make offer now. Lovely 3 bedroom terrazzo floors, jalousie win- Gross. dom and knowledge to design, .
2 bath. 7195 NW 15th ------ "
dows. Balance 1 mortgage and strength to build with his
lots for sale. Will Lovely room. Man or woman. '
Ct. Large
build to suit. Need money? FHA. Call Rummel.Fred Bettelheim Investment orPeter Like home. Privileges. Opa- hands, our problem Lord we EDISON MAltY; ,Realtors

JE 8-1340. Counselors, Inc., Realtor. locka area. NA 1-0428. know thou will solve if we ,
-------- -- faithfully trust in thee,Father '
2994 NW 7thSt.Ph:634-4563. 2 bedroom unfurn.duplex, apt. take our problem in your hands 175 W2fl* 51 7514441r )
2 upholsterer .cha Irs. } pullup bedroom house. Corner lot, Pleasant surrounding One
1 and set us FREE.
Civil Rights
chair large mirror.Hall runner 50x 100. 1498 NW 45th St. child. $23.50 weekly. Call
51st St. 696-8485. Composed by Ethel Mitchell
and drapes. 69 NE $4.000 cash.

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24 THE MIAMI TIMES.. Friday May 5. 1967 .

Negro Insurance firms Set Curriculum Writer Addresses DISCUSS

(continued from page I 1))
Carver FacultyMrs.
$80 Million, Goal in WeekA Other suggestions made by
Joshua K. Dove, Jr. Some of the defense mecha- the men included: Minimum
Curriculum Writer in the Cur- nisms used by students as Wage. "I think the hotel com-
sales goal of $80 million In will be placed on Insurance office State Mutual Life InsuranceCo. riculum Development Laboratory weapons for negatives were mission should investigate the
new life insurance coverage in walls to keep the goals before ., and Forrest Strickland of of Dade County Schoolswas discussed at length. Mrs.Dove problems of hotel maids.
the week of May 8 has put 8,000 all personnel. Detroit, agency director of guest speaker at the regular recommended that each teacher Everyone thinks they get large
agents of Negro owned life insurance National Insurance Week was Wright Mutual Insurance Co. faculty meeting of serve beyound the call of tips, but with package tours
companies into vigorous instituted by the association in Among member companies of students at Carver
George Washington Carver duty to help and the like,others get tips but
motion. 1935 as a means of bringing the the National Insurance Association Elementary School recently.Mrs. develop positive Images of not these people. It's patheticthe
Field underwriters for are Afro-A m e r i can
protection of Negro families :
Dove was introduced by themselves through reading little bit these maids are
46 companies in 25 states were closer to that enjoyed by the Life Insurance Co., Jackson- Mrs. F.H. Hall a member of books that will help them find making."
urged to exceed this goal by average American family.The ville, Fla. Atlanta Life Insurance child likes dis-
the staff. Mrs. Dove is a out what the or Licenses. "It's practically
H.H. Southall, president of the gap, though narrower, still exists Co.,Atlanta,Ga.,Central graduate of Florida A& M Uni- likes about himself, developing impossible for a Negro to geta
National Insurance Associa- today. Recent,statistics Life Insurance Co. of Fla., will
versity and Washington materials t that give liquor license. We want to
tion during the 33rd obser- show the national average pro Tampa, Fla.Brockton University of St. Louis, Miss him success in the academic compete on a qualified basis
vance of National Insurance tection to be $15,000 per ouri respectively. She has world. with *
Week. The goal of NI Week is everyone.
: family. Negro owned com done further study at Tuskegee Following the give and take Small Loans. Everyone, not
to expand the insurance pro- panies alone have over $2.2 Institute, AlabamaCornell discussion between the speaker Just Negroes, but it affects us'
Uection of all A m e r i c a n s,"
billion of insurance in force
University, and the Universityof and the staff the principal, considerably, should know how
Southall said, Aand in that w< which than
equals more $3,000per
Miami. supplemented recommendations -
much the loan and Interest will
set no limits." The$80"millionis Negro f a m 11 y,.or 20 per Mrs. Dove's topic was "The and urged each teacherto cost him right from the begin
our minimum goal. cent more than all American Self-Concept." Highlights left evaluate himself daily as to ning.* He has already sponsored
The annual promotion is be- families owned in 1935.In with the faculty were: The what he has done to held each a bill requiring the com.
ing directed by a committee addition to Fort,insurance teacher first needs to know child develop a positive self- pany to put the full amount of
headed by E. Earthmon Fort of w
executives serving on the
himself, for the better one image. the loan and interest during the
Louisville, agency officer of committee include: B.V. Gregory knows himself, the better he Joshua K. Dove, Jr., reporter life of the contract on the con
Mammoth Life and Accident of Chicago,associate superintendent will understand other Mrs. I.S. Blue Principal
,.._ people. tract, Ferre said.
Insurance Co.Participating. +
of combiantion
Self referred to "Me
may as --- -----
agents will,'operations, Supreme Life Insurance Myself, and r "Three per
wear a lapel button with the CO. OF America;Octave sons in one.* The self is the
provocative legent, "Security: Lilly, Jr. of New Orlens, individual as known to the in
Who Needs It?* The same agency director,People's Life Mass. Mr. Willie dividual. According to the Im- HEAR YE! HEAR YE!
in series of D. Steadman of 1380 N.W. 51st
theme appears a Insurance Co. of Louisiana; E. plications of the self-concept
membersof Terr has been elected to the IT'S HERE,
posters highlighting B. Payne of Memphis, agency the healthy individual is true
a handsome young Negro director of Union ProtectiveLife President's Club of the to himself.
family. The posters are de- Insurance Co.; Ernest Charles Chester Shoe Com Kiddies
signed to motivate agents and Shell, CLU of Los Angeles, pany.In The self-concept is influencedby Day Nursery
public. Additional displays agency director of Golden announcing this honor, pare n t-chUd interaction,
President Charles Chester social interaction, body char-
Eaton, Jr. said: "Mr. Stead acteristics, success and fail
man is the kind of man we're ure, and learning.As these influences 6701 NW 23rd CourtWe
proud to have as our repre were discussed many
sentative. He's a fine sales challenging questions were ore here to help you. Infants kept daily
MORE LOCAL man." asked by the faculty. Won't you stop in and inspect the surroundingsof

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sident's Club is an honor reserved Licensed i by Dade County and State Welfare
for men who turn in CHURCH OF GOD Department.
outstanding sales records as Walter H. Richardson, Pastor
I I a uthorized Charles Chester Essie Mae Redmond,Reporter
representatives.Mr. The Church of God (True Immediate services available. ". ,,' ...
Steadman, as owner of Holiness 1351 N.W. 67th St., PHONE DAILY FROM: 7:30 to6 P.M. .691-2019
his own shoe-store-in-a- will begin their Annual Pentecostal NITE PHONES
: 621.3139 or 633.6808
catalog business, has built up meeting, Friday night,
according to home office May 5,through May 14.Everyone Mrs. Minnie Cooper, Owner
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