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: July 14, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028321:00476

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Vol. 44, No. 46 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1967 FIA HISTu & PAGES 15,

r rJ& Protests Negro Exclusion ; )

r From Constitution Committee :

Florida's lily white legislature He a 8 k e d the governor to tion under the guise of constitutional -
faces a court suit if it call for delegates elected revision."
e 1I tries to rewrite the state's 82- specially for the purpose of Jones an unsuccesful can-
} rr year-old constitution without rewritting the Constitution. didate for the State Senate,
'L' ) Negro representation on the In his notice to Federal also said the proposed Consti-
committee. The court action Court, Jones said the Legislature tution had been drafted by"re-
would force a constitutional is "contemplating con pudiated members of an unconstitutionally -
convention Instead. vening a special session to composed
Sam Jones director of the write a new Florida Constitu Legislature.:

Florida Voters League, said

4 Ai Constitution written. by the Miamian's Plays OptionedFor
Legislature "would constitute
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q a fraud and impositionupon 'I
'LiLr1 Florida Negroes' sinceno
lature.Negroes are in the Legis Off roadway Production r

Jones filed a notice of possible Two one ace plays, requiemfor
court action with Federal brother X and family meet-

Court. in South Florida, ing written by William Wellington -
which has continuing jurisdiction Mackey, young Afro .
over litigation concern- American playwriter, have
cng the Legislature.The been optioned for a fall off- \,
court earlier this year broadway production by producer .
ordered a reapportionment Ronald J. Sullivan (Levine 'u )jII
plan after legislators failed to and Lichtman Attorneys) "
produce a plan acceptable under of New York City. The play- Y I
the U.S. Supreme Court's writer is a native Miamian.
one-man, one-vote criteria. Requiem for Brother X Is a
Jones advised Kirk that the drama of a black family living
"Negro citizens of Florida In the psychological shadow of
find it intolerable to confrontthe Malcolm X's assassination. It
prospect of a future existence recently completed a successful
under a state Constitu run at Chicago's Hull
tion written solely by the white House Theater. Family meetIng -

.. ,." )""' '.. ','. .. .. race without Negrp minority is the playwriter's. most WILLIAM W. MACKEY ....
<\a.i .. : .' representation.." recent play and Is describedas
<< ( ." \ ,.. gree from the University of
'. 'I/ :.:_t".:....:rl\...,,::JW .At.." ft'.. ,-.... h d "There is sufficient reason a surrealistic drama deal Minnesota.

," Jones said "to institute ing with yarned contemporary Producer Ronald J.Sullivan
Bahamas lift.
Miss lovely Elizabeth Knowles of Nassau, gets a from
themes about the American
legal action challengingany has been primarily involved in
blonde and beautiful Miss beautiful from
Germany, as girls 60 countries com-
racial problem.Mr. .
I attempt by the Legis- producing films. He has one of
peting for the title of Miss Universe cavort for the cameramen on Baker's lature to write a new Constitution Mackey, a graduate of the co-producers of the Mam-
Hau lover Beach. House of Photography photo. Intended to guide the Miami's Dorsey High School maoth Variety Show that was
Florida Negro citizens' existence attended Southern University held for the civil rights mar-
in the coming generations In Boston Rouge, Louisana.He chers during the Selma to
REGARDLESS TO WHAT STENNIS AND EASTLAND SAYS. .' also received a masters de- Montgomery march In 1965.

Mississippi a Prison; Poor I

N Must Starve or, FleeDespite Y

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the strong denialsof Dr. Raymond M. Wheeler, belies, their sickness andpain 6
its two segregationist Democratic white southern born doctor and the terror and miseryof I
senators, senate sub- from Charlotte, N. W. challenged their parents," Wheeler
committee has been told that senators James 0. said. \.

Mississippi Is a prison where Eastland and John C. Stennisto "Their story must be believed ............,
the poor are forced to starveor come to their homeland with not only for their
to flee the state. I shim and see the truth. Mississippi sakes of all America."
children."I Yale University's Dr. J.E.
Senn described the wholesale ;
will show you their bright malnourishment of Missis
'eyes and innocent faces, their sippi's children as"national ''
shriveled arms and swollen disaster."

Wilkiiis On 'Meet The Press'Roy I ., .. .J

Wilkins Executive Sec Interviewing Mr. Wilkins j. ,
retary of the National Association will be James J. Kilpatrick; ::t"j' l rit' .. ., .
for the Advancement of of the Washington Star Syndicate I Jt, ; ":'" ': .
Colored People (NAACP), will ; Claude Sitton, of the New I "
M be the guest on "Meet the York Times; Charles Quinn, I .Y f"\ ,, ''.
Press" Sunday, July 16(NBC NBC News correspondent, and I --
riJ. Television Network live colorcast Lawrence E. Spivak, producer
,,r,. Hearts and Pocketbooks .
., from Washington, D.C. and permanent panel member Open to
b 1.130 p.m. NYT; NBC Radio of "Meet the Press."
y "' f. Network broadcast, 6.30-7: p. The moderator will be an Help a Fellowman in Distress 'II
""" ,. m. NYT). nounced. H
Dr. Howard A, Hadley, Jr., Volume Dingle, Miami cement threw away an old pair of beaten by an unknown assailant -
worker, exuberantly throusers that served as a who thought he was carry-
son of Dr. Howard A. Hadleyand Sen. Brooke Blames
Mrs. Flora Hadley, began happy about the response of the wrapper for the money that ing the contributed money
his internship at Mt. Sinai nany people from all over the was to be used for a down payment while returning to his apart-
Hospital, Miami Beach on July 'White. Irresponsibility'Boston vorld, displays his First Federal on a new home. Hearts ment last Friday night. As a
1. Savings account balance of opened up from distant pointsas result Dingle has been unableto
Dr. Hadley, a 1958 graduate Sen. Edward W. Brooke, the first popularly contributions: received from far as West Germany and return to his Job.
of B. Washington High here, Brooke (R., Mass.), Tuesday elected Negro U.S. senator, in campaign sparkedbythe contributions ranged from 25?
earned his bachelor of science night warned of increasing racial an address before the 58th an- Greater: Miami Chapter ofinks. to 1000. To date the fund has Shown in the picture are
degree at Florida MM University violence across the country nual convention of the National ]. reached the $1500 mark and Mrs. Gussie Dobbs, presidentof
in 1963. He Is a June If Congress "out of fearor Association for the Advancement letters are still coming in. the Miami Links;, Mr. Din-
graduate Howard University anger continues to choosethe of Colored Poeple, Mr. Dingle was seperatedrom To add to his woes and for- gle, Mrs. Dingle, and City
College of Medicine,Washington path of inaction" in civil said that "black power is a re- his life's savings of$1180 tunes, Mr. Dingle was accosted Commissioner M. Athalle
D. C. rights legislation. sponse"to white irresponsi-when his son unknowingly and severly slashed and Range. Photo by Glamour.

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, l.l.ld.l 1967

NAACP Annual Report Shows Growth And Activities..

Boston -The National As- gation. also- noted that the year 1966 among both Negro and white of view report said, erstwhile Ul the NAACP; Some of the(
sociation for the Advancementof "The urgent need for a saw "the alienating slogan, citizens," the report added.In The NAACP is certain rights legislation supporters of civU
Colored People -the na- strong, powerful civil-rights 'Black Power,' projected onto analyzing the defeat of the however, "One the peace advo- and white, both Negro
tion's largest and oldest civil movement was tragically au- the national consciousness." 1966 civil rights legislation : advocates doned the completely aban.
black effort
the power to
rights organization-showed thenticated" early in the year The slogan, "because of its the first time in nine years cates, nor nor the rioters attempted actment of the vital secure measurl en
in member- "three and major rights legislation was
a slight increase by hate-inspired kil- essentially separatist to mobilize supportfor encompassed in the
ship and a more substantial lings in the Deep South," the sometimes violent conno- killed by a Senate filibusterthe That bur- were in hot bill They
income gain in 1966 despite diversionary NAACP; report pointed out. tations and interpretations, NAACP concluded that the the carried almost solely objectives. Pursuit of other
activity on the part t The..NJ\t\C.f> annual report evoked widespread concern answer depends upon the point den was
of some forces which had formerly -, I ""
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fight for freedom. ,. / /: :'
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"Because all the hopes of ,' :F.; ..: ; 'f '"
1963.65 had not been fully rea- : "
lized there those
were -par
ticularly among the new-
comers to the movement-
whose chagrin nurtured frus-
tration and defeatism and gen ,w f't'I -'a'
erated a hazy belief that the
movement was headed toward / l %
disintegration," stated the NA
ACP's annual report which
was released here in New York
City. The 88-page report, released fi
by NAACP Executive ,
Director Roy Wilkins on the
eve of the Association's 58th : ,

annual convention to be held : ,
here July 10-15, noted that in -
the face of this defeatism manyof
the young white students
"who had participated valiantly -
in the perilous work in the
Deep South found a new outlet-
for their talents, energies and
devotion in the peace move
ment." "+ 1 A
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"Certain of the young black
activists sought refuge in "-[
racial isolation limiting,when
not excluding, participation of
non Negroes in the strugglefor S' 1 j y 1Lc
racial advancement," the ri
report added. M
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While membership and fin- 1' 55 :S' I
ancial support for some of the q
newer civil rights groups was
on the decline,the NAACP said
its membership as of Dec. 31,
1966, was 441,169 as compared -
with the 1965 figure of 440,
538. Total Income for the year : ; : *
was $2,228,127.27 as against 4:
$1,957,321.78 in 1965.

The report further noted
that "in 1966, as former w Ir;
years, the major source of income -
was from the Associa-
tion's predominantly Negro 1
membership." : ifX"

The Increase in NAACP
membership and financial
support "in the light of the
mood and conditions prevailing -
in certain other civil rights
groups reflects the abiding
confidence of the Negro com- _
munity in the Association's
program, objectivies and
methods," the report stated. Where People come First... i


Another the NAACP's factor contributingto continued to save,with complete peace of mind! i iI

growth, the report said,was I
the wide variety of programs I
carried on by the organiza- We hope you'll come and see us if you have a goal dends paid and compounded every three months.

branches tion's more in such than fields as 1,500 em- we can help you reach. If you look ahead to an eduBut perhaps even more important, FIRST FEDERAL

ployment, ghetto problems, cation for your children, owning your own business also provides that extra dividend-peace of mind

housing, policecommunityrelations or home, a fund to meet unexpected needs, a special in knowing your savings are secure in the hands of

and school desegre- vacation trip-these and many other goals can be America's oldest and the South's largest Federal.

I reached when you save for them at FIRST FEDERAL. Yes, at FIRST FEDERAL, people do come first.

Here your passbook savings earn generous diviMay we look forward to meeting you?


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ine MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967 J

Miami Gets $481,896, Federal Funds For New Career Project- Shooting Wins Youth

Atlanta, Georgia, July 10 nity Program, Inc. (of Dade provide $481,896 "New "New Careers" seeks to re 1,1
(Special) Secretary of Labor County) at Miami which will Careers" projects are administered lieve critical national short-
W. Willard Wirtz today announced provide work experience op- for the Department of ages professional personnel $37,000 Damages ti r
F approval of a "New portunities for 130 enrolleesat Labor
by the Bureau of Work health, education and public (
Careers" project to be con- a cost of $561,946, of which Programs of the Manpower welfare by opening up new sup Don't buy your teenage sona pree's steak as a prank. I,
ducted by Economic Opportu- the Federal Government will Administration. port-professional Job shotgun for Christmas or you Dupree, apparently going
tunities to unemnloved adults oppor-. might end up getting sued for along with the prank,v .nt into
These unemployed d $37,500.At his home at 10420 S. W. 151stSt.
trained as,aides to personsare libra- least that's what happened ., brought out the shotgun and
rians teachers to Frank King of Richmond waved it around.As .
medical technicians, social Heights who bought his 16- he told police later, "I
year-old son a $16.95 shot- didn't know it was loaded."
workers and police officers
and relieve these profes- gun In December 196 While brandishing the wea-
sionals of having to perform A 17-year-old youth, shot pon, he shot McGuire In the
4 y those t a s k s that do not chal- accidentally during a "prac- stomach. McGuire underwent
lenge their full professional tical Joke"wona$3'1,500set- three operations. Later he
capabilities.To tlement last Wednesday In sued Dupree and the King's,father -
Dade Circuit Court. and son, for negligence.An .
be eligible individualsmust The son, Wilbur, 16, loaned insurance company repre-
be at least 22 years old, the weapon to another boy, sented them because they held
unemployed, and generallycome Benjamin Dupree, 17, so they a homeowner's policy.As .
from a family whose annual could go hunting.On the case came up for Jury
income is below the poverty January 17, 1966,Dupree trial before Circuit Judge
liMS' bought a piece of steak for 70 Francis J. Christie Wednes-
cents at a grocery store. day, the defendants agreed to
1L' William S. Harris is regional Willie McGuire, 17, a Mays pay McGuire $37,500. He was
director of the Bureau of Work
Senior .
High School student, represented by lawyer-physi-
ii s'F Programs here. Inquiries and a few other boys hid Du clan Lawrence Hastings.
concerning the program can
be addressed to him at Room
636, 13'11 Peachtree Street N. .
I E. Atlanta, Georgia 30309. .IC
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Senator Edmond J. Gong, (second from left), Miami, sponsored o recepno.i or the Chest XRays will be
Florida A&M campus to honor Dr. H. Manning Efferson, Dean of the University, for available on the ChristmasSeal

I 44 years service to the school, (far right). Also present at the reception were Dr. J. Mobile Chest X-Ray Unit 1
of the Dade Monroe
C, Awkard, Head of the Psychology Dept. (left) and ConstanzaJohnson, Sen. Gong's culosis and-RespiratoryDisease tuber-

secretary, and the first Negro secretary employed by a member of the Legislature. Association, for all

Dade County residents 18

I First Negro Jvdg. on Bench in Riviera leachRiviera following years of locations age and over: at the

Beach- Atty. Ed- practice.The --,'- -- -
ward R o d g e r s who recently attorney is a 1949 Thursday, July 13, Metro- Senator Edmond J. Gong, (center), Miami, presentsa
resigned as assistant prose- 4 graduate of Howard Univer- politan Senior Center, 1407 N. copy of the Florida Senate handbook to Hazel Robinson .
cutor has accepted an appoint- L sity, Washington, D. C., and W. 7th Street, Hours:9-12and Florida A&M student from Miami, during a receptionat
ment as substitute Judge of the received his law degree from 1-4. Friday, July 14, Jewish
the A&M Dr. M. C. Rhaney, director of Admissions
Convalescent Home 310 Col- campus.
Municipal Court of this city. Florida A&M University in ,
Municipal Judge Eugene J. \ I" 1963. He is a Navy veteran, lins Avenue, Miami Beach, and Records, looks on. The reception spon-
Ethier left for a month'svacation iII: .. president of the area unit of hours :' 10-1 and 2-4. Week, sored by Sen. Gong, honored Dr. H. Manning Efferson,
dean of the for his 44 service. A dis-
this past week end and : ;:;: the Florida Council on Human July 118192021Monday University, years
Rodgers took over the first ,: .' Relations, and chair man of the through Friday: Florida State cussion on the proposed merger of Florida A&M with
court day Wednesday. / ," ,,, ,,;,, Riviera Beach Police Civil Office Building, 1350 N. W. 12 Florida State University took place between a numberof
;' Service Board. Avenue. Hours Each day:8-11 interested A&M students and professors and Sen.

Rodgers is believed to be th Rodgers, a native of Pitts- and 12-3. Gong. __ _____ ___
first to sit the bench
Negro on burgh, Pat lives with his wife
in Palm Beach County,and was :( Gwendolyn, and their three ..............................
the first of his to
race serveas
children at 595 W. 4th Street,
assistant county solicitorin Riviera Beach, and maintainsan FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS : i I I
this he --- -'-- 9
county, a post resigned -
office at 412 Pan-A Build
several months ago when he returned to private ing in West Palm Beach. A AT MODERATE RATES :
Most .
1- 0 fI

For June I : : r I BONDED
Officer John K. Westmoreland was made, and the "fruits of (' e I I I
a veteran Police officer the crime" confiscated as evi- t F. SLICK BLACK I,
for 17 years,was chosen as the bence. DOUBLE ACTION : RENTAL 7tt1 r i '

"Most Outstanding Officer for For being alert and for having"unassigned a lCOLORS6P.AYIWRm c p a 'j Itljl,
the Month of June, 1967," by workwell 2DKSSESHAIRINP1KEJack's
the Police Staff. done," Officer Westmorelandwill r /I : I AGENCY
On June 21st, Officer West be presented with the $50 i
moreland went to the scene of gift certificate donated by our 1AL ..,, I
an apartment house where two anonymous donor. : kIN I
suspects in an armed robbery a. _.. .. ..
of a grocery store were supposed i i
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The Very Latest in Men's Fashions BROWARD COUNTIES.

ITALIAN SHOES : A fleet of cars andcollectori give door to door servicefor' tenantsconvenience. :

944 NW 2nd AVE. MIAMI, FLORIDA A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent free," furnished .
and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment
A .

A public relations department to assist you with your problems. .

Tenant concern will top vandalism and reduce the cost of housing. .
r Miami Times
$ 1 6530 NW 15th Avenue : MAIN OFFICE :

to be; ne entered the Miami, Florida 33147 4150 NW 7th Avenue 759-8733 .
apartment of the felons who
were known to be armed, and e 14255 NW 22nd Ave. OpolockaMU 8-0617 1163 NW 3rd Ave. -FR 3-8416.
with other police units,he was Dear Sir : 20848 S. Dixie Hwy.Cutler Ridge CE 5-3553 3801 Grand Ave.Grov.HI 5.1381 .
able to make apprehension.. 405 NW 7th T.rr. Ft. LauderdaleJA 4.3357 512 NW 1st Ave. Hollandofe-WA 7-2434 '.
Enclosed please find the sum of $ .
On June 22nd, Officer West- I I In .

moreland heard that an armed to cover the cost of a______subscription to Hommondville Rd. Pompano 943-2727 I.
robbery had occurred at the .
the Miami Times. .
YMCA, and that the suspects, HON. L. L. BROOKS, President .
three Negro males,had left the
GEORGE P. HARTH General Manager .
scene in a yellow cab. After Mail Paper To ,
hearing the descriptions over Address CHARLES A. LOCKHART, Public Relations Director .

his police radio,Officer West- City State. Zip Code .
moreland located the yellowcab
.If I better life ethers must live better too" .. Brooks
to -L.
four am enjoy a ( :
and apprehended Negro Six Months $3.00 ( ) One Yr. $5.00 ( ) TWO Yrs. $9.00 ( )

males who were still in tie I.............................
cab; a search of the vehicle

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967


,p.. Whitney M. Young Jr.
Offices i 6530NW 15th Ave.Mlaml"Fla. 33147 Phones! 691-0421 I by
SBA Offers Helping
H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Director National Urban League
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor Hand To SmallBusinessmen

STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor d:4 The Challenge Of The SuburbsAmerica's

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association :

suburbs'are becoming Increasingly segregated.

ONE YEAR $5.00 -SUBSCRIPTION SIX MONTHS -RATES$3.00 FOREIGN| $6.00 "I/ believe ,it is the duty and the responsibility of Chicago's suburbs, for example, have' a Negro population of
about 3 cent while the city itself is bver one-four Negro.
SBA to search the entire nation to find those low income per
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post people/ with the top potential to successfully The majority of Washington, D. C's population is Negro, but
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 operate a business-and then to help them. SBA must its suburbs are only about 6 per cent Negro.
also help those people above the low income level who This is an intolerable situation. Negroes are forced into
"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS"The for too long have been in a sort of financial no-man's overcrowded ghettos because discrimination in housing pre-
NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead land-and unable to qualify for either the Economic vents them from living elsewhere. In addition to the damage
the world from racial and national antagonism when it
to every man regardless of his race, creed or color his Opportunity Assistance program or the regular SBA done to the quality of American life by such segregation, fur-
human and legal rights. Hating no man, fearing no man4heNegro loan. ther damage is done to the economic opportunities open to Ne-
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that Bernard L. Boutin, SBA AdministratorTHE gro citizens.
all/ men are hurt as long as anyone is held bock.He .

ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY LOAN PROGRAM More than half of all new Industrial and office constructionhas
been outside the cities,putting jobs out of reach for the ur-

Editor'sOUST otrboolt Through its expanded Economic Opportunity Loan Program, ban poor and the unemployed. If this trend continues, Negroes
will find themselves in an even greater economic crisis than
the Small Business Administration is creating business oppor-
tunities for people who have the ability tobe successful busi- the present one. It makes no sense for public housing projectsto
nessmen but have never had the chance. be built in overcrowded city ghettos when space and land and
SEGREGATED HOUSING The program provides loans and management assistancefor jobs are plentiful outside the city boundaries.
Recently Secretary of Defense, Robert McNamara declaredoff : (1) low income persons living in poverty and (2)) persons The walls the suburbs have built to isolate themselves from
limits all segregated housing near Andrews Airforcebasein lacking equal opportunity who are above the poverty level, but realityof democratic life will have to crumble from pressures
Maryland. This means that the Defense Department wants to cannot qualify for SBA's regular business loans. from businesses whose newly relocated plants need workers,
treat Negro servicemen the same as white servicemen. In They can borrow up to$25,000 depending on the type of busi- and from government, which should no longer tolerate housing
other words cut out segregation in housing. Negroes have been ness and their needs, The interest rate is 5 1/2 percent, lowerin segregation.While .
praised for their fighting qualities in Viet Nam. Many have designated depressed areas. there is much debate over the government's role in
given their lives. For those lucky enough to return and then be Loans and management assistance are available under two ending housing discrimination, there was no debate when the
discriminated against in any form is a reflection upon our separate parts of the program, known as EOL I and EOL U. government took steps which ensured racial segregation in
government In this land of the free and the brave. EOL I is an expanded version of SBA's Economic Opportunity housing The Federal Housing Administration at one time en-
To quote Secretary of Defense McNamara and other senior Assistance program, begun in 1964. couraged the use of restrictive covenants to keep minority
defense officials: "It was intolerable for the large number of EOL II is a new program that assists people who have suffered groups out of desirable neighborhoods, and throughout the
Negro servicemen returning from Viet Nam to ha veto accept from lack of opportunity and, as a result, have not had '30's and '40's, other government agencies sold houses or
such discrimination." the chance to compete in business on equal terms. backed mortgages on a racist basis.

In Michigan the Democratic State Central Committee has EOL I When these policies were combined with the massive road-
sent a resolution to their governor asking that he issue an exe- building which, after the war, made the suburbs accessible to
cutive order to prohibit discrimination in housing. EOL I Is designed primarily to help people already in busi- most Americans, the result was to freeze racist patterns into
Following is the resolution: ness whose Income provides them and their families with onlya suburban life. Although federal policies have been reversed,
RESOLVED by the Democratic Convention to request the marginal existence. the damage has been done, and 80 per cent of all new homes
Government of the State of Michigan constitutional duty to There is no fixed income level for eligibility Each appli- built in America are built In suburbs from which Negroes are
cant will be considered
protect and enforce the rights of all citizens and their free- individually. often excluded.
dom of choice, which will prohibit racial discrimination in Consideration also will be given to applications for new busi- What has been done can be undone.Negroes must agressivelyseek
housing including the sale and rental hereof; andbe it further nesses when these provide opportunities not traditionally new housing outside the ghetto or become further victi-
available to low income groups or fill an economic need in the and overcrowded The Urban
RESOLVED, That a copy of this resolution be transmittedto mized by overpriced housing.
the Governor of the State of Michigan. community. League's Operation Equality program assists Negroes to move
To be eligible,an applicant's income must be below the level to better housing and gives white citizens the opportunity to
required to meet his and his family's basic needs.
desegregate their communities by helping Negroes obtain
SMALLER LEGISLATURE SUGGESTEDThe housing on an equal basis.
It is heartening that many people are rallying around the flag
committee for Economic Development, studying improvement -
of management in government said If states are to i EOL II is designed to help people whose Incomes provide, of equal housing opportunity. Builder Morris Milgram has been f
lift themselves from stagnation they must reduce the size of more than a marginal existence but who, because of a lack of; a pioneer in housing integration.William J. Levitt, whose company I
their legislatures, rewrite their constitutions and raise the, opportunity, have been handicapped in establishing expanding once sold homes to whites only, told a Congressional
pay of elected officials. small businesses. committee that "since we began to sell on an open occupancy
A recommendation would set the salary for governors of all Applicants must have some experience, training or educa- basis"its sales had grown five-fold, with complete acceptanceby
states at $30,000 a year the same as members of Congress tion that shows strong managerial ability. white homeowners.
chief executives of larger states should receive substantiallymore In making EOL loans, SBA will encourage individuals who
said the committee.All seek its assistance in expanding or establishing: John Hasselbad, past president of the Denver real-estate
sources of outside income should be subject to public Businesses engaged In manufacturing, research and development board, which once fought open housing, told Congress: Eco-
disclosure along with associations that they or their imme- wholesaling and distribution. nomically, our cities won't survive if they become island ghet-
Businesses for substantial tos in seas of white suburbs.We have to encourage Negroes to
diate families may have that might imply a special Interest; offering opportunities growth.
revising the constitution Firms that strengthen the economy of low income areas by| move out and become part of their new communities. We're
providing services or products not sufficiently available. discovering things we might have known all along, like the fact
'. that a nice Negro family moving into a neighborhood usuallyhas
ARE YOU A VOTER? Retail and service businesses offering new business oppor-
tunities. no effect on property values."

The Justice Department stated last week that more than halfthe Businesses that employ the unemployed, unskilled and/or This myth of falling property values is a persistent one, even
eligible Negro voters in five Southern states are registeredto j the underemployed, especially when these offer employees the s though countless studies have shown it to be false and even
vote. States mentioned are Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina opportunity to upgrade their sk1l1s.MANAGEMENT though realtors like Mr. Hasselbad have testified that it is
Louisiana and Mississippi.The not true. One such study was made in Oakland, Californiaand
number of voters In these five cities is now estimatedat COUNSELINGMany found that property values in every area, including some

1.25 million, quite a sizable number. Economic Opportunity (EO) loan recipients need man- areas where Negroes located for ,the first 'time, rose. The
agement assistance. SBA can require a recipient to take some average rise in property values for the city wa 45 per cent,
The Justice Department also reports filing a record num- form of management training, such as bookkeeping or selling, but it was less for sections which barred Negroes.
ber of civil rights lawsuits concerning jobs, schools, and pub- either before or after the loan is approved.REPAYMENT So the myth that property values decline when Negro families
lic accommodation during the fiscal year that ended June 30. enter a neighborhood is just that- a myth. The real danger to
There is no doubt that registration has increased in many homeowners resisting integrated housing is the loss of the diversity -
other states. Negroes are becoming vote conscious. The ballot which enlivens a neighborhood and makes it interesting,
is powerful used in the right way.A In considering EO loans,SBA relaxes traditional credit stan- and the loss of the democratic values their families need in
voteless people is a hopeless people. dards and places greater emphasis on the character and abilityof order to endure in a world of many races and backgrounds.

the individual. However, before a loan Is granted SBA must I
WILKINS AND RIOTERSRoy establish that there is reasonable assurance that the loan can
be repaid from the earnings of the business. PHIL OSSOFERFrom
Wilkins executive secretary of the National Associationfor i
the Advancement ofColored People speaking at the openingof BANK GUARANTEES where I stand...(they one who Is in-sitting can be
the 58th annual convention of the organization said that "our haven't made me chair-man out-standing.
group cannot make solid progress as a result of the actions ofa SBA encourges bank participation in the EOL program. EO yet!) ... Bill McBride sits very I'm happy to have the oppor-
riotous few." loans made by banks can be guaranteed by SBA up to the well. I offer my hearty con- tunity to write about your accomplishments -
full amount of the loan. gratulations to Bill on his national Bill. I find it
Congressmen who refuse to enact legislation such as the Merit Award,earned for most easy to be nice to a nice
civil rights of 1967 "are creating the atmosphere in which an WHERE TO APPLYEO his series Negro Businessin guy, and I enjoy seeing nice
outbreak of violence can occur." He Issued a call to all civil Miami." It is no accident, guys win awards, especially as
rights "exploit the break that have been loans are available in the greater Miami area through I'm
throughs open- sure, that Bill's victory you did, against all that "Big
ed up. Wilkins gave credit to militant Negro leaders for shak- the Small Business Administration, room 912 Federal Office came under the classificationof City" competition from all
ing up some Negroes and whites who needed the treatment t Building, 51 S.W. 1st Avenue, Miami, Florida. Public Service. Although, over the United States.

years after the NAACP adopted an anti-Communist declarationwe in the competition, Public Ser Noting 1 that Publisher
must still be on guard against attempts to make civil rightsa ... vice was listed under Class IV Garth Reeves received a pla-
tail to a variety of rites political, personal or cultist. to me, Public Service is Class que on behalf of The Miami
JOHN WOOD DIES I all the way. Times for Bill's accomplishment -
While we are shaking our fists uttering our ugly words and{ the thought came to me
delating this or that power, congress weakened desegregation Mr John Louis Woods, chairman of the board of the Knight Bill, I think you ought to that Garth should have received -
guidlines, said speaker, Paper Company died on Monday after a brief Illness. He has change the picture at the headof another one for hiring Bill
lived in Miami for 43 years. Funeral services will be held on your column. You have In the first place
1 Although the NAACP convention opened in an atmosphere of t Thursday, at 7:00 p.m. at the Combs Chapel. transformed that bench into a Well, Bill, now I know what
uncertainty over the direct hon of the civil rights legislation. throne. You're no benchwarmer the "W' in William W.McBride -
Wilkins said he was certain of winning our way forward at a I Surviving are his wife, Mae, a daughter Mrs. Betty Mae By winning the national means .it means
faster pace as I am of the sunrise. Schinlzel and four grandchildren. Merit Award you proved that "Winner."



THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967 5

legal ServicesBY LET'S TALK POLITICSBy Coverage Law Of ExpandedMore Equal Employment I I

44,500 employers
All employers with 50 or I,
If read last week's column Their Fruit will be added to those already more employees are requiredto
you you have no need for thisweek's "By Shall covered under Title VII
discussion.We display equal employ-
of the Civil Rights Act beginning
will discuss now what to do if the marriage does m ment p 0 s t e r. Posters are
Ye July 2. Until
Know Them"One now some
work and you do not wish to divorce. Questions will be available on request from the
88,000 companies have been
answered like "Am I Equal Employment Oppor-
entitled to alimony and without
support of the patterns common to every one of these "Econo under the Jurisdiction of the tunity 1800
divorcing my husband? The answer Is this is G.
yes.. Perhaps a
mic Protests"in every section of th countrywas the unanimous Equal Employment Opportunity Street N. W.
much better solution to your particular problem than divorce. Washington
declaration of the participants when questioned that Commission,which administers D. C. 20506.
Divorces final and They are jointly
are put a definite end to the
marriage. "they dont represent us" -- they don't live down here.. and Title VII and receives sponsored
by EEOC and the
Briefly we will the
explain difference between annulmentand
divorce. an don't come down here." They' meaning the white power complaints of alleged discrimination Office i of Federal Contract
structure endowed and supported Negro leadership oligarchy. In hiring promotion, Compliance U. S.
The annulment of
a marriage is not a divorce. A divorce and all other aspects of em Labor.
dissolves the marriage. After a divorce, there is no longer a Since 1954 ,this coalition of the Dr. Dubois founded and inspired ployment.On .
marriage. After an annulment there never was a marriage. NAACP and assorted civil rights leaders closed oli July 2, Title VII banning By Commission regulation,
Neither party may assert any of the rights or assume any of garchy--has had the dominant role in representing the Negroto discrimination in employment the official reporting form
the obligations of a divorced person. The law considers themas the governmental and private philanthropic interests.They applies to employers of 50 or (EEO-1) must be filed annually -
never having been married. have been given their choice of programs and hundreds of mil- more persons, labor unions by those employers with 100
More frequently and particularly in Florida, marriages are lions of dollars to carry out such programs of their own de with 50 or more members and or more employees. Firms
annulled for false statements made to get the consent of the sign. To alleviate the conditions in the Negro communities, employment agencies dealing with 50 or more employees are
party to the marriage. For example, in Daytona Beach, Flo- 'The man" let them write their own ticket and he picked up the with employers of 50 or more required to file EEO-1 only if
rida, Harold and Ruth Smith were married. Ruth had told Ha-
: persons. Prior to July 2, Title they are Federal Government
rold she was a widow and he believed this statement until he tab.All VII applied to these same Contractors
learned about three they succeeded in doing in their 13 years In complete or first-tiersub-
years after their "marriage" that her groups with 75 or more employees contractors
d$50.000or more
husband from charge was nearly destroying the Negro communities and con-
a previous marriage was still alive and she had or members. under Executive
not been divorced. Legally,she lacked the ability to wed, and tributing largely to these "violent economic protests'; The -- .- Order 11246.
her marriage to Harold Smith was annulled. Dr. Web DuBois Negro Leadership Oligarcy tree has borne
bitter fruit: For the masses of the Negrothat is for them
Conditions for which you can have your marriage annulled selves they are lolling in two and three car split level sub iiAbout
cannot be held in reserve like an ammunition stock pile, for urban homes drawing fat checks from governmental and
use in the future.If you plan to seek an annulment of your marriage private foundation agencies enjoying the luxuries' part-time
do it at once. When you discover the grounds for asking integration' living high off the fat of the land, in a degree Talk
such a remedy it is not wise to wait. Your delay may be con reminiscent of the Russian beaurocracy under the czars, the .
sidered forgiveness, thus closing the door for escape. French aristocracy under the monarchy,the Spanish grandeesin BY JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
The Florida Courts have thepowertogranttwo types of separation Mexico before the respective peasant revolutions removed
decrees or orders. One type has grounds and these them from power. REVIEW OF THE WEEK: Roy WilkinsNAACP tcp man) in
grounds are exactly the same as those listed for a divorce. In If the conditions in the Negro communities represented foot- Boston, July 10, at the 58th annual NAACP Convention said
the other type there is no need fur grounds. Often these may be ball'anS baseball teams, and if the Negro leadership oligarchywere that riot technique mustn't become a summer fixture,because
referred to as limited divorces or separations from bed and coaches and managers, they would have been hung in riots won't lead to Negro gains Wilkins predict more riots
board by contract, if the agreement made after the couple effigy and fired many years ago for their lack of winning teams. unless whites do more to help Negroes get better jobs, Housingand
separates.A economic security. Negroes riots in Waterloo Iowa and
Yet the governmental and private foundations still doggedlyand Tampa Florida Vivian Leigh(British film queen) of Clark
separate maintenance action: will state the grounds upon determinedly continue to push; them down the throats of the Gable's "Gone with the Wind"and Marlon Branda's "Street
which relief is requested and mgy,include custody,support'and Negro communities and to make matters worsen shower them Car Name Desire" fame, died Saturday of Tuberculosis at 53.
alimony. Likewise an action' for support and alimony.Likewise with honors, citations, plaques, awards, then give them some She was a two-time academy award winner. ...The world
an action for support and alimony,, unconnected with divorce more millions to,"solve the Negro community problems"-* Heavyweight Elimination Tournament starts August 5, at Houston
need not state reasons, but may request support and in spite of the continued"violent economlcprotest"of the Negro Texas(Astrodome) with Ernie Terrell and Thad Spenceras
alimony. masses. a starter to replace Cassius Clay as champion. A replaced
champion I can never recognize. .Joe Frazier and George
Chuvola who fight their own 12 rounder next week, want no partof
Generally a wife is entitled to support from her husband.
The amount of support is subject to the determination of the the tournament. They dig clay. .. Alabama's Gov. Lurleen
court. The order of the court for contribution by the husbandof Champion Wallace in excellent condition aftercancer operation,July 10.
alimony for the support of his wife is enforced by the court HENRY WRIGHT- MAN OF THE WEEK: Henry Wright (a
by fine or imprisonment. Orders for the payment of alimonyor RADIO & TV'REPAIR native Miamian) is the prop. (owner) of the "Ories Custom

support have the status of a judgment that under the Con, Taylor Shop at 217 W. 125th Street N.Y.C. -(facing the fam-
stitution of the United States entitles them to full, faith and ous 125th Apolla Theatre).He designs and make clothes for the
credit by other states where they are collectible in the'same 1488 N.W. 62nd St. stage. Stars such as "Millionaires singing group.'"Little
manner as any other judgment for money. Anthony and the Imperials" and etc.- Henry Wright residesat
No yardstick can be used for the measuring of alimony or 811 Flushing Avenue Bklyn. He is the son of the well known C
support. The amount depends on the income of the husband, 696-3225 Mr. David Wright of Nassau Bahamas. His wife is the former
the amount of his wealth and the needs of the wife and child- Marie Sims, related to Rod Sims, Nassau's Athletic director
ren. Ben Jordan, Jr., Prop. for all public schools. Mr.Wright is connected with Freedom

National Bank of Harlem (Jackie Robinson exe.chairman)and
is active with the civil rights movements. We salute
-- --- --- -- -- ---- you Mr.
Henry Wright.

Why Not HaveDelivered FLORIDIAN INNEWYORK Mickey McGee (she's a fox)
flying to Miami this week.end. You can phone her In N.Y.C.,
dial 584-0082 .;.Charles(rat)Johnson reminded me that May
3, made a year since his mother,the late Mrs. Elizabeth Blossom
y, Y Johnson passed away .. Mrs.Gerald Williams (the for
mer Leona Gaitor) of 200 W. 143thStreet,NYC Is In Miami
spending time with her ailing mothr Mrs. Flossie Gaitor of
1963 N.W. 5th Place .Gloria Mike(pretty lassie) of N.Y.
talking in regards to her cousin in Miami,"Irene Rhett May-

A' / to Your Home and wood"a Juanita lillie..spotedOthello"Armeto"Matthews shopping on Fulton Street Johnson Bklyn of,last Miami Saturday

!' Clarence Stokes in Lauderdale visiting Buster
Tolliver In construction on Staten Island.

again move up to top spot on American Survey with Soothe '
Me Dionne Warwick's scepter hit, "Alfie"dedlcated to
artist O'Neal Campbell, with "Intruders," "Together" .
Y FRIDAY Aretha Franklin's "Respect"still moving across the nation
along with"I've Never Loved Man". Carla Thomas, "I'll '
Always Have Faith in You,'dedicated to Christine Gibson that
\\t >- MORNING Oakwood College student. Marvin Gay's No Mountain
High Enough" ded1catedtoDavldGreenS.D.A.Bethany's)
? : v : gift to the foxy girls...stevie Wonder's, "I was Made to Love
Her" to Claude Long. Eddie Bethel, "The Cool One," it's

Ug v V r o,1L Betty Swan's Me Yours.'-How Is Laverne Scott? .
I IW W..7AIwwIt F"I James Brown's "Let Yourself Go"and"KansasCity" is neck

Less than 10d 4 to neet ..Peaches and Herb is"For Your Love" and "Apolla
I i smash. This isScoop Bethel saying time and tide waits for
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It's number two son for the JamesStaretha) Minter. James
Terrance arrived on Friday, July 7, at 8:23 a.m. weighing at KS By Gwendolyn Laverne Ross
8 Ibs. Happy grandmother is Pauline Smith who planed in from
New York for the event. Congratulations! \ SOCIAL NOTES Recent houseguest at the home of Mr. and
Theresa Allen nurse at Duval County Medical Hospital at .1 Mrs. James Crawford (Alma) on Madison Street were Mr.
Jacksonville and daughter, Yolanda came down via Eastern Air and Mrs. Guy S y m e s and their two children. Stephen 3 and
Lines for a two weeks stay with the Asquith K. (Thelma) Mc- Tonia 1, of Kingston, Jamaica. '
Donalds. But daughter, Yolanda will vacation with daddy Mr. Symes, who is anofflcial of the forest service in Jamaica -
(Lacious Allen) at his 67th Street home as well as attend the recently earned his master's degree inforestryat the
summer session at Corpus Christie Roman Catholic School. University of California, Berkley.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wade of Jacksonville spent the"Fourth" 10 Since mid-June, the family has been on an auto tour of the
with cousin, Roberta Cherry. United States and Canada. The tour has taken them to Oregon,
Back in Miami after a stay in Washington, D.C. Fran and Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan, New
Jim Chambers visited daughter, Gina and son-in-law Ronnie York, Ontario, and Quebec. Enroute they have visited many
Frazier before motoring over to Bluefield, W. Va., for a visit of the national parks and monuments, observing the methodsof
with his mother, Mrs. Mattie Chambers and sister, Bernice. A An administration and the facilities availble to the public. Partsof
Among out-of town guests attending the Burke-Turner nup- the tour, including their stay with theCrawfords, were ar-
tials were Mrs. Lucille Bell, and Mrs. Evelyn Walker, Jacksonville / ranged by the Visit program of the International Student Ser-

; Mrs. Christine Gibson, grandmother of the groom, vice, New York.
Aliquitta, Pa., and Maxine Williams of Detroit. The stork's visit on July 5, made the count even (two boys,
Wedding bells rang for Delores Jackson and Cornell Jack- two girls) at the Herbert Lee Moore (Gertrude) home on 141

son. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James (Win- ... -.. ( -)'p ro -- --h Street. Upon arrival at Jackson Memorial Hospital,Herb Jun-
fred) Jackson. 7 ior tipped the scales at eight pounds, three ounces.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Tucker 2860 NW 185th St.,
The John Peavy's (Alean) chose Atlanta and parts of South- Come September, there will be at least one new face among
ern California for their vacation. are just back from a fun cruise to Nassau aboard the the teachers at Richmond Junior High School. Miss Bernadette

Missed from Opa-locka were Theodore and Marjorie Miller. completely air conditioned S. S. Bahama Star Eastern Lewis, a native Louisianian, will reside with Mrs. Mytle
They were relax lt! in the Bahamas as houseguests of Mr. and Steamship Lines' popular cruise ship. With the Bahama Bethel during her career in Miami. Before coming here, she
Mrs. Maxwell Stubbs. Star tied right at the dock in downtown Nassau, adja- taught in Washington, D.C., and her home city New Orleans.
Vacationers from Baton Rouge are Mrs. James Withlow cent to the straw market, it was easy to shop, swim, Orchids to Mrs. Vernice Ross for her efforts on behalf of
(niece of Kate S. Dean) and daughter, Cheryl. sightsee and enjoy native calypso, limbo and rhumbas Variety Children's Hospital. Mrs. Ross coordinated the gospel
Houseguesting with the Dr. Samuel H. Johnsons (Fannie) is at night. Of course, there was entertainment aboard ship program presented on Sunday afternoon July 9,at Marine Sta-

Mrs. Lucille Whitfield of Los Angeles. Fannie entertained with too in addition to fine meals all// included in dium. The program raised several hundred dollars for the hos-
an open house for her cousin (Lucille) on Wednesday, July 12 the fare.touring pital.Mrs.
at her Brownsville home. Arvis Bethel (Annie) arrived on July 4, with her two
Mrs. J. Hart man (Elmina) Taylor jetted in fromNassau, the Northeastern States and Expo 67 for twentyonedays. children (Curtis and Michael) from Ahoskie, North Carolina,
Monday, after attending the funeral of her cousin, Luther Mc- for a month's vacation at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs.

Donald. Mr. McDonald was principal. of the New Claridge Road An Independence weekend at home away from FAMU's sum- Myrtle Bethel. Her husband, Private-First Class Bethel, is
School. scheduled to join the family on Friday July 14.
mer session made Jean C. Morley and niece, Mora Bain take
A family reunion in White Springs kept Dorothy Cooper and Get well wishes are extended to Mr. William D. Dickinson,
to the road in order to be with their families.
her sister, Gertrude Jackson busy last week. The sisters also The William (Ethelyn) Hamilitons Jr. christened their son, who is currently being treated at Baptist Hospital. Mr. Dick-
visited Daytona Beach. insodylives,with his wife, Rosebud,at 14701 Lincoln Boulevard.INsft .
and John M NeU.
Gracie A
William in. Godparents Wyche ?
4 ,
Meeting old friends and renewing acquaintances were evi- 4P u: 8M: I
at the Hamiliton's Richmond Heights home was enjoyed -
dent as Edna DeVeaux entertained with a party, honoring Mary :'OUR' CHURCHES; : All"tfills lead to verglades Na-
Lou Street of Austin.A by relatives and friends. tional Park for Saturday l July 15. A day-long outing is being
cruise to the Carribean is on the agenda for Mrs. Leon Cora Kinsey weds Neville Brown on Wednesday at Bimini. led by the Juniors of Second Baptist Church. The bus moves-
Taylor of Los Angeles, who spent one day in Miami sight see- The Nalton (Clara) Darby's and sons,Gregory andNalton, out at 8 a.m. from the church grounds,(1 111 Pinkston Drive).
reunion and vacation Jack-
home after
Jr. a family
For further directions,call the trallmaster, Priscilla Redding
ing.Get sonville with mother Darby and all the other Darbysl! ,
well wishes to Sarah Mackey 3019 N.W. 12th Avenue, at CE 5-4465.
Mrs. Zack (Helen) Johnson jetted in from Fallsburg N.Y.
who's recuperating at home after a stay in Baptist Hospital. Enroll now for the resident Youth Camp being organized by
to Fun-
complete funeral plans for her brother,Leroy Bailey.
Also Mrs. Fred Hanna, wife of WAME disc jockey. the Church of God of Prophecy.You'll spend a fun-filled week
eral services were Tuesday afternoon July 11, at St. Paul'sAME
Among vacationers finding Nassau the ideal vacation spot Church Rev. T.C.Kellydel1veredtheeulogy. Family who (July 23-29)) at Camp Owaissa Bauer near Naran ja.Scheduled
were Thelma Adderly, Marina Bullard and Louise Brown of journeyed from Key West were Julia Lang and children,* Ed- events include: Nature hikes, arts and crafts workshops,bible, f

New York. mond, Rolle, Vivian Woods Rosa Thomas and others whose study, swimming, campfires, a banquet, and the crowning of
Ruby B. Mizell Is attending the National Jack and Jill meet- names I failed to get. Mr. and Miss Youth Camp.
ing at Chattanooga. Anyone between the ages of 12 and 35 is eligible to attend.To .
Illness of her mother Mrs. LaVana of Jacksonville
Visitors from Nassau are Joseph Barr and Lady Jane Lang
learn more about the camp, call the director, Mr. Eliza-
took Addle Cobb home for four days.
Mackey. beth H. Smith at CE 5-7505.
Attendants to Patricia Burke to be honored ,
bride her witha
and ,
Home (1090 NW 56th Street) from Christian Hospital
"making great progress," Earline Rogers has her sister, miscellaneous shower on Friday evealng(July 7) at the homeof
Mazie, to keep her company. Mazie came down from Deland'' the Aaron Straughters. Co-Ettes To Visit '67
to be with Earle during her convalescence.Your On Saturday morning July 8 the Straughters entertained Expo
prayers are asked for nurse Alice Martin Matthews, bridal party with an elegant breakfast at their home 6969 N.W.
whose a patient at ChristianIt's 13th Avenue. On Tour This SummerA
a full house at the Fred Hicks- Mr. and Mrs. John D. 256 girls are enjoyLig the fun of camping (Girl Scouts) at
McDade and daughters, Sharon and Darlene of Montgomery Msgr.Pace High School for 10 days(Opa-locka)next camp is fairy book dream will become Although, most of the Co-
motored down to vacation with their sister brother-in-law, Mahachee. Return your cards to the Girl Scout Council today. a reality for 40 outstand- Ettes have emerged from
Rev. and Mrs. Fred Hicks. First come basis.Give your daughter a chance to enjoy the adventure ing youths in our community on homes of poverty, they have

Happiness is when sisters together,and so it is with Ruth of Girl Scout camping. August 2, as they begin their been industrious, resourcefuland
Rogers and Maude Stone of Daytona Beach. The Bernard Poitiers (Marie) are vacationing in Hollywood Expo '67 tour. The Co-Ettes initiative thus enabling
Little Cedrick Thompson of Philadelphia is vacationing with where uncle Sydney Poitier is on set. They will tour the mid- Service Club, which is affili- them to participate in this trip.
his dad, Mr. William Thompson.Get West then return toOrlando for a visit with the William Upsonsand ated with the National Youth To this end, they have engagedin
well wishes to Fritz Watkins,Alonzo Fannin who under- take a peek at their new nieces, baby Rynetta. Clubs of America, and not a the 'following: candy, bake,
went surgery, at Mt. Sinai. Mrs. Irene Dean Jackson; Hazel Annual workshop for cosmetology instructors- July 24 Au- United Fund organization. The paper and rummage sales,car
Seymour at home; Mrs. Drucilla Sears at home. gust 4th, at the Deauville Hotel, Miami Beach. chief objective of this group is washes, collecting merchant
Dr. Roland Burroughs, wife, Pat and two little Burroughs Former Miamian Marsha Johnson Martin of Ft. Belvoir Va. to obtain all that which is noble trading stamp books and other
(Stacy and Jeffrey) accompanied by Mrs. Rosa Lee Scott and :and: two little Martins, Tanya and Terry are visiting her par- and to make the best better. projects.
daughter, Kimberly have returned home after spendingthe ents, Mr and Mrs. William Ward of 944 N.W. 51st Street. Interest continues to mount
Glorious Fourth with Mom, Joycelyn Knowles. There is still time to see the exhibit on poverty at Jordan These youths, who are higher and higher for the 40
Thirty-five young scholars from the Bahamas were in St. Marsh's auditorium members of the Co-Ettes Ser teenage members of the Co-
Augustine after breezing through Miami on their way to Florida Gloria Holmes of New York is visiting with her mother Mrs. vice Club, are shining examples Ettes as the hour of this exciting -
Memorial College, where they will enjoy scholarships award- Eva (Muna) Moton of, 6950 N.W. 50th Avenue. of teens with high mo- and fascinating tour to
ed by the Arthur V in ing Davis Foundation. The group was Carlton A. Souter left the city tonight(Thurs.) for Madison, ral and ethical character who Canada draws near. This
greeted by Metro Chuck Hall and Miami Mayor Robert King Florida to spend a few days with relatives and friends, he will have rendered invaluable ser- group will be honored along
High. 1]be the houseguest of Mrs. Lena Lattimer. On his return he vices to their families, with other youth groups on
Thaddeus McDonald 1967 graduate of Miami Jackson is one will depart from the city July 20th Atterbury Job Corp Cen- schools, churches and com- August 6, which is Interna-
of the recipients of A.V.D.F. Thaddeus is the son of Mr. and I'ter, Indiana where he has been since, September, 1966. munity. Many have received tional Youth Day at Expo.

Mrs. Henry McDonald of Hay Street, Nassau.A The Rev. T. B. Bavan of Valdosta, Georgia and Mr. D. A. awards, citations and certifi- While in Canada,the group will
cocktail buffet given by Mrs.Georgia Lee Thomas Jones 1 King, stopped over for a few days in Miami on there way to the cates of merit from many live at the Manoir Syvestre.
at her waterfront home on Monday evening July 3rd announced J Bahamas and reported an enjoyable stay in Miami. leading civic, social, patriotic Dorothy Swindel Is presi-
the engagement of her daughter, Clarissa Mr.Victor Corb- Mrs. Katie Williams, 1510 N.W. 65th Street left for Chicagoto and fraternal organizationsin dent; Cheryl McKinney, vice
ham. Among the guests present were members of the Key ( spend three weeks vacation with her sister. our community.All are hon president; Patricia Reese,
Whole Club of N.Y.C.. Keith Wynn Tony Cox, Cynthia Smithof Mrs. Celeste Perkins 1510 N.W. 65th Street,was all smiles or pupils and strive for excellence business manager; and Bobby
Nassau, former classmates, relatives and friends. ;Monday, when she left for San Francisco,California, with her in all scholastic en Watts, reporter. Mrs.DeloresE.
Mrs. Flora Ross Beason hosted the Elite Club on Tuesdayat her 53rd Street home. Mrs. Erie V. Lamb, of 21900 S.W. 114th Ct., Goulds, and
The Cyril (Alberta) Poitiers have returned from Orlando, 4 cousin i Mrs. Joyce Hodges of 22311 S. W. 114th Avenue of
where daughter, Mrs. William (Carolyn) Upsons made them I Goulds[ jetted to Philadelphia, Pa. June 13, to visit Mrs. Hodges "9"d rlCaqSmim vOUR HAYS
grandparents with the arrival of a baby girl,Rynetta Annissia I mother, sisters, brother and other relatives. Mrs.Lamb ended 1C MART lur JO a
on June 22 at Orange Memorial Hospital. This is the Poitiers I tier trip after spending a few days in Pa. went on to Cleve-
second grand in six weeks. Congratulations. ]land, Ohio to v 1 sit with her sister and niece, Mrs. Vennie
Gwendolyn J. Howard is all smiles since Norman flew in I Green: and Mrs. Rozonia Johnson and family. They returned WEDDINGS
from Germany ao emergency flight to visit his mother who'sill t to Miami by jet on July 5th and reported a most enjoyable trip CONVENTIONS ANQUITS r
in South Miami Hospital. I md enjoyed a wonderful, 4th of July. M0 MOT-coift 10 OiUVDIS
Bobby Forbes has completed his three years in the armed Norman P. Range, son of Miami City Commissioner Mrs. AND HAM CANA'U NOW_
services and is home again with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Athalle Range, of 5727 N.W. 17th Avenue: has received a promotion SAND PICNICS. J'i
Robert (Rozena) Forbes of Liberty City.In 1! I n the Coral Gables based 324th General Hospital 'AlUil COCKTAIL.IUMIH
town on a one day business trip from Nassau was Maxwell ,Army Reserve Unit. 754-4615,
Stubbs, the popular photographer.Gloria Range was promoted to Specialist Four. His unit will return i 3 *C.': =..
Wright, teenage daughter of Nurse Juanita Mann is t: to Miami and terminate active duty Sunday, July 16th. Ml N W. 14 IT.


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The Florida Printers and "
publishers Association will
meet Saturday,July 15 with the I
Wesley Brothers Printing Co., __ I
209 N. Campbell Street, Day- 14j:
tona Beach at 1 p.m. A tour of f
the all new "News Journal"Building
LINE-0-TYPE has also been sche-
duled. This automated plant isa
must for all in the field of

printing and publishing.ANNOUNCEMENT.

Theatrical Editor Stanley Sweetingis

on vacation. Since the new Drew Junior
High School will not be ready
His column will be resumed
for occupancy until late Augustthe
personnel for registering
upon his return. transfer students who will be
attending Drew Junior High
School for 1967-68 is housedin
Room 37, Charles R. Drew
Elementary, 1775 NW 60th St.
I Any parent who has children
Master Barber Wanted scheduled to attend Drew Jr.
High School because of changein
boundary line should reportto

Apply at Room 37 at the elementary coffee-colored lovelies entered in the Miss Universe contest relax
VARSITY BARBER SHOP school immediately for registration -
on the sands as they take a breather from the strenuous picture taking ses- I
6540 NW $15 AVENUE
sions that seem to highlight these pageants. Left to right are Miss Bermuda,

Miss Singapore and Miss Virgin Islands. House of Photography photo.


Does Coca-Cola Summer Promotion For Coca Cola

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have the taste :..' Offers Swinging Record

you never get tired of? .:', \ Of CommercialsAtlanta

Georgia, July 10. have records available for the tempo of the times, have
This summer the Coca-Cola radio exposure of the record made a sma shing hit, especially
Company and Coca-Cola Bottlers offer. with teenagers..The
Is it always refreshing? will stay in the swing of The Supremes and Fortunes Hollywood sion Radio awarded and Televi-Golden
things with a youth promotion full-color photographs, 8 :x 10 Society
which offers free 45 LP size, show the groups in informal Spike to the Ray Charles version
records of hit-tune commercials action.Large pointofsale of the Jingle, "Things Go
Better With Coke." Entitled
for Coke. promotion display posters for retail
Do things better also features an offer of full outlets supply an order card "Strings," the Charles recording -
go has been acclaimedthe
color photographs of two popular lot the prints. The card and
world's best radio
vocal groups, the 50 cents for each photo must com
mercial of 1966 in the 60-
Supremes and the Fortunes. be mailed indicating the num- )
with Coke second and
over category.
ber of prints desired
'..r'...... Now in progress, the promotion I
will run through the Carton order stuffers forms also for will the Following the success of the I
after Coke after Coke ? rest of 1967. The seven-inch carry
have commercials using the top artists -
photo offer. Both
.........." f.... ,..... features record, in the a Drifters colorful, Jacket Leslie, been constantly on groups the top-tune with hit-tune rhythms, i

Gore, Los Bravos and Roy Or- rating charts with their re- Sandy Posey, Marvin Gaye, I
Tamml Terrell and Neil Diamond
cordings. Recordings by some
bison. Each does a 90-second I
of were added to the teen
popular commercials
Ask photographer's assistant Mel Dixon.Let him tell you. tune for Coke in the swinging
Write:Mr. Mel Dixon P.O.Box 480.Radio.. .City Station,New York,NY 10019 tempo of the young set. The forC oca-Cola hit disc series commercials on June :
.. y 29th.
sheets at local
Jockey rating
..yYoK records, where offered by the I
bottlers, may be obtained at stations.
such locations as merchandise Emphasis is on the pointofsale The youth series magazine:
counters of food stores, service merchandising and pub- advertisements will continue
stations, teen shops and licity. The promotion has two during the summer in supportof
6rye. 4 movie theaters. Posters for excellent items for building the promotion. The series
the Bottlers will be suppliedfor youth radio interest and stimulating -. Will f eat u r e the New Vaude-
use anywhere in the mar- youth traffic.Commercials ville Band in July and! Ray
.. I ket. The Bottlers also will for Coke, in Charles in September.


I More Women Needed In Air Forceages : .
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Sergeant Bill Randall local "The role o f WAF In our of 18 and 27 who are high
U. S. Air Force recruiter,this country's defense is becoming school graduates are eligible.
week announced that more wo- more vital than ever before," Then they must qualify on a
men in the Air Force(WAF) said Sergeant Randall. "Theyare mental test and physical ex-
needed to fill highly technow perform in more than 100 amination before their appli-
meal Jobs on the a e r o s p a c e different specialties." cation is forwarded to a selection -
fi team. Young women between the board.
WAF are assigned to 28 Air
Force bases in the United
States and they serve overseasin
M. England, Germany, Hawaii

and Italy.
For more information without

f' j5, Q >f{ :.f erw0 obligation, on the WAF
programortrtu Sergeant
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or telephone 3791702.

You know it. It's your best about the people of this

community than any other

refreshment buy. publication in I the world.. SKIN DISEASES
R A new approach to treatment
and medication based -
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There is something going on about the James Club that 1 can-
not figure out. There have been pressures put on the :(.'

and manager from all angles, it seems, and they have been lO'Neal

ordered to close at 1:00 a.m.nightly.They paid for a 5:00: a.m. r '. ', .... .
closing license, and suddenly five detectives walk in and give
them 10 minutes to close at 10 minutes to 1:00. With no official
papers and nothing to show cause, they demand that the club --- I "
be closed and the patrons asked to leave. Now, what kind of
"doing" is that? The City and County are spending hundredsof Fashionetters ModelsIn
thousands of dollars to keep the teen agers "cool"for the

summer, by making jobs, recreational programs, and every- Style Show Sunday
thing else they can think of to entertain these youngsters, and
someone comes along and pulls this kind of stunt. A man who
Melvina/ Allen// and Barbara Alexander, two of theO'Neal
works all week, decided he is going out on Saturday night and Fashionetters models, will be featured at their t
enjoy the atmosphere and have some fun, and along comes and
first annual Fashion Review Cocktail Hour Sundayat
"John" who tells him to go home the management at the
BayFront Park Auditorium beginning at 6 o'clock.
James Club was not so close to the people, there could have
The theme of the review will be "FashiontoBubbles'The
been a flare-up right there .'. an unnecessary flare-up that
could give our city a name that we have tried so hard to suppress theme of the review will be "Fashion to

Recently, the owner and manager were arrested when, Bubbles" and will feature some of Miami's /lovelies/
after looking for teens, checking State Beverage cards, and models. The affair is being sponsored by the Com-
trying hard to find a violation, they only found that the licensewas munity Improvement Association and tickets may be w
not displayed within four feet of the cash register. (it was purchased from the models or club members for $2.00.
in the office, to which there are several keys held by per- Glamour photos.
sonnel). The Soul Place, directly across the street, has not
been disturbed at all. The "Little Viet Nam" (and you know
where we are talking about) has a killing or knifing every
contact your recreational director or nearby EOPI office, andwewin
week-end and has not been bothered, so where is the point?
start a golf clinic. Your recreational director will
This is one of tie nicest clubs on this side of town. It is clean,
contact me and we will set times that are convenient for as
they stick to the law, they hire some 30 to 40 people, and yet
many persons as we can. That is it for this week. Till the
"run down"and losing like because -
are being
they money crazy
of what?We have suggested that the owner-manager con

tact the City Commission for a hearing and air this problem.All PEACEI! ,.
we ask is that you bear,with them until these things can.
And it will be! not really pushingthe
be straightened out. They are
.. Our deepest regrets to the family of Avon Billington He pas These two O'Neal Fashionetters models will be
button cool and everything will be back
"panic so keep sed Monday night, July 10th If housing commissioner seen Sunday at Bayfront Auditorium as they parade
to normal, soon. Charles Hadley can't find Negroes who are net afraid of livingin their fashions before an expected crowd of 400 guests.
white public housing projects, tell him to come and see me. Louise Watkins and
They are Shirley BurkesGlamour
I'll give him a long list. photos.

PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Bobby Washingtonbetter ---
( known as "Whitey') JAZZ AT RANCHER
VIP,,OF THE WEEK: Charlie Hadley f SUNDAY \: J ft -

WMBM's all night dee jay,
Par and Birdie Club members and other local golfers con- Alan Rock, has been working
verged on Ocala last week for the Willie Galimore Memorial around the clock to bring jazzto p
Invitational Tournament I don't know who brought home trophies Miami. Part of the dream

and prizes, except that one of our newest women golfers, came true this week with the
Helen Everett, (wife of our Coach Everett), decided after she release of Ira Sullivan's new .
arrived there that she just as well make a try at it. Helen came Atlantic alblum "Horizons." ciJot

back to Miami all smiles .and proudly displayed her Both the talents of Sullivan and
trophy for all to see. She said, "how about I made a par on ahole"Her
next remark was, "when didyousay UGA is goingto day.

be? We are very proud of her,and when the United Golfers Lounge, Biscayne Blvd. and
Association National Tournament comes in August, we look 126th Street. Rock has blend-
forward to seeking her out there making pars to show those ed the talents of Pete Ponzol, n
out-of-town gals we do have some lady golfers in Miami. By Tony Castellano.Bill Fry, and
that time, Jackie Day will be out of Summer School, and we Jose Clgno all assisting to :
hope Margaret Brown will join the tournament. That meanswe showcase Ira Sullivan. Adding
will have a least a representative for our fair city. Good another recording artist, ,

luck, ladiesl! Barbara Russell, Rock feels
this show has a potential of being -
QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Met some fine golfers from one of the best shows ever.
New Jersey last week. Mr and Mrs.George Cooper and their Barbara Russell is probablyth
daughter, from Iglewood J., and Mr. and Mrs. George Hay most talented and unique
wood of Patterson, N.J. The Haywoods have recently purchased jazz vocalist on thescene'oday.
a home in Miami, and will be returning to the scene within She will l be accompanied by

the year Mrs. Helen Berglin, mother of Charlie Bergin the Vince Lawrence Trio.
who is the former manager of the Dolphin Hotel in Nassau, is Show time 4:00 p.m.with a second
in town visiting friends. She spent Saturday with us Sadie show at 6:30 p.m. Thereis
and Willie Temple are having a ball Akron, Ohio. This was even a non-drinkers sec
Willie's first jet trip, and they say he really enjoyed it. tion. Rock said that he should ,
They're visiting relatives and friends in AkronClevelandand have copies of the Sullivan disc

Cincinnati Chickie,"Madame Throckbottom" Horne at the concert _
still) in town.Seems BWIA lost all ot Chickie' beautiful gowns

and hair pieces, along with her "boobies"and fabulous com- 18 Year of Responsible
bat boots. As soon as they are found she is to open in Kings Building Service to
ton, Jamaica for two weeks, then back to the Dreambeat in The Community

Nassau Jeff Addams has gone up Nawth, to work the Fan- When Building
tasy East Supper Club in New York for two weeks. He returnsto Buying or
DISCOVER how Electric Dishwashing
the Newport on the Beach, in late August for the season. .
The Dave Aikens Trio completed their stint in Milwaukee and CALL STANLEY eliminates most tedious chore.Have .
weeks before your
are on the r way toCincinattifor couple going
to Lake Tahoe, Nevada.. It was a very successful gig, we o PL '1-3604
hear Clyde Killen's Night in Nassau not too far off. That Beautiful Homes extra time far your t'amilylovelier hands, too. Let today's
means you'd better hurry if you haven't gotten your tickets yet, Built on Your fully automatic electric dishwasher eliminate a nasty daily chore.

you know Clyde's affairs always good, and always packed Lot or OursAttractive Flip a switch dishes are washed, rinsed and sanitized: in water
A lIe I-
Heard that Jack Prince is opening the Rancher this week. rat I an. and hotter than hands can stand. then dried electrically.Also .
He is the young man who appears on Andy Griffith show quite AdditionsLet end messy .irbage: handling once and for all with an electric
often and was one of the featured singers at "My Place" us Demolish food waste disposer.See .
a story comes to me that there is something wrong with the Your Worn OutHouse appliance dealer or plumbing contractor.
procedure at our city jail. Flora Jones' family was five min and Builda your
utes late for a visit, and therefore was not allowed to see Lovely New
O.K. so they should have been on time. But when they Homo '
Flora. Call U for Fact About :
could leave some spending money for her, they *
asked they
Now a prisoner named Pat had late visitors, THERE'S mbA
told "no.
were Good Bank Financing FLAMELESS ELECTRIC...
her but was allowed to v
was not allowed to see ,
too. Her family BUILDERS clean break with the paat. .
leave spending change. Was Flora denied the money because STANLEY ............M ....
she is black I Was pat allowed the money because she is Inc.Licensed .
white? Elvin Dean, former all American Football Star, Insured FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
is the Recreation Director for Brownsville EOPI. They have 888 N. E. 79th Street HELPING BUILD ftOHIDA
free movies at that center every Friday night. If any of you, Miami, Florida
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urday appointed a Negro as
acting superintendent of its
school system.
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; 1 rl p superintendent in charge of the
rpY Urban Services Corps. The
school board has a 5 to 4 Ne-
gro majority.

Former SuperintendentCarl
Hansen asked for his retirement
last week after a dis-
pute with the board over a
,--...... "V'. -, ....-.,.. "- court decision banning defacto
segregation in the district,
I Be Bilingual And Live Twice Hansen was ordered by the Dr. Edward T. Graham/ chairman of the Board of Trustees, Florida Memorial
board not to appeal the deci- College, greets a contingent of 35 students, who will enroll this summer at Florida
To learn to speak correctly the best of two(or more) sion which ba nned the dis-
one must write plenty.If you worlds of culture. trict's track system which Memorial College, St. Augustine, Florida. Scholarships were made possible from a
are willing to write for four Learn English and / or grouped pupil s according to grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations. Stewardess, Tracy Hart, (r) gazeson
hours for each hour of class, Spanish and you can speak to their ability approvingly.
the Jals Language School can nearly all the people of the Henley is expected to take
teach you to speak English, American Hemisphere. You over July 31. The board madeit
Spanish, or French after ap- could speak to a great portionof clear that his appointment 35 lahamian Scholarship Winners ArriveAt
proximately thirty hours of the Western World. was temporary.get .
class.A Jals says: "Don't be a lazy FMC Last Wednesday
two hour class once a week old 'fuddy duddy.' Stop say-
for three or four months will Ing'manana' as though it were started on your to an The arrival Crime Pre-
way ofthirtyfivehigh tions Institute,the Chuck Hall of Dade County and
put you in the running for a bet- the only foreign word you are exciting double life. Remem- school graduates last vention Center, the Peace Robert King High, Miami.
ter job.make you more money, capable of learning. Start ber..that you only live twice if Wednesday from the Bahamasto Center and especially,the Vo- The students will then be
find you more friends, assure learning other languages and you are bilingual. if it seemsto Miami.and then to Florida cational and Guidance Depart- whisked away to St. Augustinevia
you of getting higher grades in help stop world wars." you sometimes that the Memorial College, St. Augus- ment. Trallways bus. For mostof
high school or college lang- Call Jals today ((3730707from Spanish speaking can't stop tine, initiates the college's The group arriving from the students, this will be
uage courses, and bring you 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.) and talking, then wouldn't you scholarship program in the Nassau on Bahama airlines, their first trip to the United
agree thattheremust be Caribbean and West Indies. will be greeted by Mayor States.
something i terribly excit- The scholarships are the
ing about it? first phase in beginning effortson
behalf of the four year liberal -
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tions and will eventually num-
ber one-hundred annually. '/: '-
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Indies University and Englandfor
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Sp/4 Eddie L. Youngblood, tance.
:: ,S Jr., son of Mr.and Mrs.Eddie Interest, too,in the new programs is accepting applications for an aircraft -
Youngblood, Sr., of 5812 N.W. of Florida Memorial apprentice mechanic class to begin
15th Avenue is now stationedin College in the humanities that training this Fall. If accepted, you will re-
Vietnam. relate to the vital social con-
cerns of the contemporaryworld ceive a comprehensive three-year-on-the job

Eddie is a 1965 graduate of scene are making the and classroom training program. During train-

Northwestern Senior High and predominently Negro school ing, you will receive $2.56/hr. and progressup
enlisted in the Army soon af- attractive to Caribbean edu-
will be
ter graduation. cators. to $3.75/hr. Upon completion, you
1 f. These programs include qualified as a licensed airframe and power-

four year curriculla leading to plant mechanic.To .
Friends interested in writ- degrees in the Human Rela-
d ing Eddie may do so by writ-
CNG TO SP/4 Eddie L.Young qualify for additional consideration, you
blood RA 14916471, Co. B. TOSELL?? MUST be a high school graduate, an American -
(med.) Spt Bn. 173rdAirborne Miami Times Class I citizen, age between 18 and 26, and be
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7"- -, tag Society. vation in Mendham, New Jeranas, Rector; AIT sneorick
While most of the leaders sey, earned his International Gilbert, Institutional Repre-
are away, Assistant Scout Wood Beads in 1966, and is a sentative; Mr. Harry Major,
master, Frank Howard, will member of the Order of the Chairman; Troop Committee-
be making plans for an"Inter Arrow -0.Shot-Caw- Lodge men: Messrs Francis De-
national" Home-coming in No. 265. lancy, Hugie Nairn, Stafford
August. Mr. Howard has also Troop No 77 is sponsored Nairn, Stanley Nixon, Arnold
earned the Training Award, by Saint Agnes Episcopal Clark, Hamilton Knowles and
r. attended Schiff Scout ReserC h u r c h, Father Lambert Henry Smith.

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"Summertime is Camptimeand Everett Smith, P.L., Edward to a wonderful scout experience -
c;amp tI m e isfuntime," Clayton, Anthony Turner, they will be learning
says the members of Boy Scout Simeon Newbold, Gregory methods and techniques of
Troop No. 77. Dean, Lawrence Bethel, Lury scoutcraft instructions, which
Bowen, Wendell White, P.L., they will share with the other
S.mctq, July 13, will begina Dyne Johnson, Obie Duren, scouts in the South Florida
week of exciting scouting adventures Roy Williams, Ben Cogdell, Council, as members of the
fun and fellowshipfor Ben Jefferson and Reginald Training Instructors Team,
all scouts in attendance.The Lewis. when they return.Scoutmaster .

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boys will leave by Immediately after camp, Leroy
also the "select"
chartered bus for Camp Eagle Scout John E. Culmer scouts.among He has been selectedto Thirty complimentarytickets prizes, including bicycles anda the boys made can be seen on
Sebring Reservation in Se- will leave for the Episcopal staff member of to the baseball game live pony,will be given away. display at the Roosevelt Officeof
serve as a
bring, Florida on the morningof Church Camp at Avon Park, the Twelfth World Jamboreeto were presented to William First Federal. The finished
the 16th from the St. Agnes where he will return as a camp be held 1 Turner, a dedicated young Mr. Turner will use the crafts are skillfully conceivedand
Parish Hall,,, at 7:00 a.m. Counselor for the end of the August through
teacher at Heights
9 at State Park tickets to take the members of reflect the pride of the
Their trip enroute will be one camping period. Elementary School by Mrs. his made
Idaho. Approximately 15,000 industrial arts class at boys who them.
of songs, g a m e s and sight- Athalie and Dr. E. A.
Earlington Heights to the
seeing along U. S. 27 highway. from the troop will join an expedition scouts from countries First Federal has also given
Ward members of the Roose-
of 35 scouts from the throughout the free world will game. The boys, aged nine to baseball tickets to various
Upon arrival, the troop will South Florida Council to .enjoy attend. Scoutmaster Smith has velt Office Advisory Committee 14, are learning new crafts Little League teams throughout -
be welcomed by 77's own Eagle a 22-day trip enroute to attended National Camping of the First Federal Savings under Turner's guidancewhich the area.
Scout Fred C. Bethel, who is Philmount Scout Reservation S c h 001 at Whiteford, Marv- of Miami. he hopes may eventually
serving on the staff as a camp located in Cimarron, New land, 1958;Schiff Scout Reservation The baseball game betweenthe help them obtain employment. Shown in picture left to
counsellor for the second con- Mexico. Scouts Wendell White, in Mendham, New Jer- Miami Marlins and Tampa Benches, bookends, tiled table right, Mr. William Turner,
secutive year, and will serve Dyrick Johnson: David New- sey, 1961; Sixth National Jam- will be played on July 18, tops, clay dishes and many Lawrence Butler, Mrs. Atha
in this capacity the entire ten- bold, Major Parramore and I boree, Valley Forge, Penna., Children's Day, and door other interesting items which lie Range, Dr. E. A. Ward.CfflC'N .
week period. Fred is presently Arthur Wilson are looking for- 1964, and Philmount Scout
the Assistant Director of the ward to a mountain top experience Ranch in Cimarron,New Mex-
Silver Moccasin Training out West, including ico, 1966.
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967 13

State Negro Schools Seek Coop Deal' With White InstitutionsA

series of grants totaling plore prospects for improved order that we might evolve Espy, Edward Waters College The College Presidents are: The grant for the workshop
some $1.1 million was announced programs; and advanced study some king of cooperativework. Mr. Kenneth Huenick, Flo- Dr. W. B. Steward, Edward> is a result of a meeting held

recently as the first by faculty members.The We may look at our Individual ridaMemorlal College and Dr,. Waters College; and Dr. in Washington, D.C.,April 23, I
step in a new Ford Foundation and common needs," Joseph H. Taylor, Bethune- Richard V. Moore, Bethune- attended by the Presidents of
effort to meet specific needsof three Florida colleges
a spokesman said. Cookman College. Cookman College. the three Florida Institutions.
predominantly Negro col- received a grant of$16,015 ..
leges in the South. conduct a 4-week workshop to Dr. Harland C. Merriam of

plan cooperate projects Stetson University was named
Activities Include efforts by whereby a cluster of collegesin director of the workshop
the colleges (in Florida: Ed- proximity to each other may which started July 5th at

ward Waters College, Jack- be concerned with upgrading Bethune-Cookman College. I _, Mt '} 1 b
sonville Florida Memorial the college administration s 'd '
; personnel, College representatives s -4 supyta
college, St. Augustine; and or program and to are: Dr. William J. Barnhartand x
Bethune-Cookman College plan for some creativity depth Mr. LeRoy Thompson,
Daytona Beach) to strengthentheir and/or variety in such upgrad- Florida Memorial College;

programs through mer- ing. The group will develop Mrs. Elma Minor and Mrs.
gers, consortia, and other co- ideas for putting on paper Brill T. Stephens, Edward
operative arrangements; co- basic requests that are designed Waters College and Dr. R. J.

operative links with nearby to challenge primarily, Gainous, Jr., Dr. Evelyn W.
predominantly white institutions those who make grants through Sharp, and Dr. Thurman W.
project planningandde- Title III or the Ford Founda- Stanback, Bethune-Cookman
velopment to obtain a larger tion. "We are to exercise con College.
share of federal aid higher cern for both horizontal and Deans of the Cooperating

education. self-studies to ex- vertical educational design in Colleges are: Dr. James A.

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Hale Appointed FMC Alumni Y iS

Executive Secretary

James Hale, class of"65" ship- in the National Education : #
was appointed Edecutive Sec Association, Class Room Tea- ,
retary of the Florida Memorial chers Association, NAACP, ?
College Alumni Associa- Alpha phi Alpha Fraternity,

tion in July 1967.Since grad- Inc., and the Alpha Kappa Mu While Daytona Beach's Mayor Owen W. Eubank was away from the area on business -

uating from Florida Memorial Honor Society.In the latter organization I the city's first Negro commissioner,James E.Huger, presided during an agenda

Hale has worked as a Private Hale served as Na- meeting and two days later, at the regular commissioner's meeting. The event was
Investigator for the Essex tional Vice President I
historical and significant because it occurred July 3-5 with more than 100,000 tourists -
County District Attorney's Of- While college he was listedin
the and the famous 20-mile white sand beaches.
fice in New Jersey in the area "Who's Who in American ; visiting auto races Huger is

of pambllntr: and narcotics. Colleges_ and_ Universities_ _. ____n__._ also/ the business manager at Bethune-Cookman College
uJx'n; leaving this position he

joined the faculty of the '

Blanche Ely High School at '. :..a I
Pompano Beach,in the English
Department, served as Coachof
Junior High Basketball, co- the interested alumni."in He the pledges college him and LIN PS LEV LUMBER
ordinator for Home Coming
self to assume full responsi-
Director of Junior
Class activities Play and Sponsor of the bility the general for the future association growth of |F BUY NOW PAY LATER-NO MONEY DOWN" OUR BUDGET PLAN I|I

National Honor Society. Whileon
through a concerted effort to
the Faculty at Blanche Ely,
organize new local Alumni
Hale was the first teacher to
introduce the course"Bibleas Chapters and strengthen the GIGANTIC PAINT CLOSE-OUT

Literature" in the Senior High existing ones. "The stabilityand
effective operation of the
I I Department.-In accepting the appoint- National Organization depends First Come-First Served Not all colors at all stores-No sales to dealers

ment, Hale stated that he"Believes solely on the c r ea tive plans lift Mtf Irmri C..." Stern Only, t .* J'....l Mr!
and programs of the local
the Alumni can best
chapters," he said.
serve the college when they
are fully and consistently informed Mr. Hale Is the oldest of
of the college's needs three children born to Mr.an i at Duchess Pa1!! STOCK I_I STOCK ., ?

and plans. A task that can be Mrs. James Hale II of Pulaski, LASTS! LASTS!

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14 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967 _
CARDOFTH/NKS RANGE u.MrS. Ella Sampson, a i fen a
of Mrs. Arabelle McKinney of

I r I We, the family of the lateAUGUSTA Miss Jo Ann Pooler of 10225 1241 N.W. 53rd Street, died
CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS ." C\A VF w J), S.W. 171 Street, died recent Saturday, July 8th. Funeral arrangements
1" ly. She is survived by a brother are incomplete.

iIIU Freddie Lee; two aunts,
,1 Cleo and Mary Wright; three Mrs. Johnnie Mae Weather-
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe nos uncles, James and V. Wright, spoon of 2644 N.W. 49th Terr.,
I and Roosevelt Elvin. Her remains died recently. She is survivedby
memory of my loving sis- family of the late family of the late were shipped Friday to five sisters, Mesdames:
ter MR. OSSIE MCCARTHY Dublin, Ga. where final rites Febbie Wilson,Annie Johnson,
: of 7102 NW 14th Avenue, wish s were conducted. Ada Wiggins, Daisy Wilson and
: to express their sincere Ella Mae Hall; two brothers,

thanks to our many friends and Mrs. Mattie Mae Poole of Arthur and Sylvester. Her remains -

neighbors for their kindness 121 N.W. 11th Terrace, died were shipped to Tal-

during our hour of bereave- Tuesday, July 4th. She is sur- lahassee, Thursday, July 13,
ment. vived by a mother, Mrs.Alice where final rites will be conducted -

Special thanks to Rev. H. Cooper; a father Mr. Jessie .
Brown, soloist Louise Wil- Brady; two brothers, Walter
liams and Mrs. M. A. Range. and Bennie Brady; two sisters, Jim Jackson of 1215 N.W.

,1h r4r -.. ....- Sarah Reid and Mercedes 66th Street, died Tuesday,July
1h Mrs. Ethel McCarthyAnd SANDS. Clark. Funeral services were 11 at Jackson Memorial Hospital -
family 11 He survived by his
conducted Tuesday, July ,
wo departed this life June 25,
1967, wish to express our sin- in the Drake Memorial Bap- widow, Fanny; two sons, L.B.
cere thanks and appreciationfor tist Chuch. and Otis; two daughters,
CARD OF THANKSThe Melean Vickers and Alberta
the many methods of expressions -
extended to us dur- Mrs. Elvie Cause of 1975 N. Knight; two sisters, Georgann
W. 47th Street, died recently.She Anderson and Irene Williams;
ing our hour of bereavement.
of the late
MRS. RUTH MERRITTwho family a brother Roy Washington
Special thanks to our many is survived by seven ;
... .. NORMAN BAKER friends both in Miami and Key daughters, Christine Stanley, sixteen I grandchildren; one
passed July 6, 1966. Her Barbara Cause, Betty Jones, great-grand. Funeral arrangements -
West. To the pastor and mem-
life is a beautiful memory, her teaMR wish to express sincere thanks bers of Bethel AME Church Linda Holmes, Mable Gause, are incomplete.
absence a silent grief. Sleep- and appreciation to the many Mary and Wanda Cause; four Willie James Flowers of
Rev. George W, Be the 1 and
ing in God's perfect peace. friends and neighbors of 44th members of Newman Metho- sons, Daniel James, Thomasand 2060 Lincoln Street,Apt. No.4

Street, Magic City Harlem dist Church and Key West Un- Howard; three sisters; Opa-locka, died Tuesday,July
Winnie Brown, devoted sister Cab Drivers, Jitney No. 8 and three brother ; two aunts, 11. He is survived by his wife,
and family friends of 6th Street, for the dertaking Company. Betty Smalls and Sadie Shaw; Annie; six sons, Felton,Willie

';\ many cards and flowers duringour Children and a step-mother, Lena Eddie, Bernard, Jerry and

CARD OF THANKSThe bereavement. Thanks also Grandchildren Galloway. Her remains were Terry; four daughters, Mrs.
k to the House of Albert Funeral Margaret Simmons, sister shipped to Finklea,S.C. where Retha Hopes, Evelyn, Cynthiaand
family of the late Home. final rites were conducted. Andrea; Flowers; three

MR. JOHN H. HALL, SR. brothers, Melvin, Royal and
wishes to express sincere appreciation ,J. The Baker family Haywood Robinson of 17620S. Marcus; and a sister, Jocelyn
and thanks to the CARD OF THANKSThe W. 102 Ave, died recently.He Ruffin. Funeral arrangementsare
many friends who helped to is survived by his widow, incomplete.

make their sorrow bearable family of the late Louvenia ; a son, Eugene; a
through numerous acts of VAL C. O'ROURKE CARD OF THANKS daughter, Rachel; three sis- Joe Lewis Simmons, died

kindness. We want you to know would like to express their PATRICIA B. ROOKS ters, Ruth, Minnie and Monday, July 10. Funeral arrangements -

that your telephone calls, gratitude to those who extended Clemmie; two brothers, John are incomplete.
cards, letters, brats, visits, their courtesies and for the wish to thank their many and Rufus. Funeral serviceswill
and generous services will kind expressions of sympathy friends and well-wishers for be conducted Saturday,
never be forgotten.We shown them during their hour all kindnesses shown them July 15, In the Hurst Chapel RICHARDSONHerbert
want to extend special of bereavement.The during their bereavement.May AME Church at an hour to be
thanks to Rev. F. E. Sneed, God bless all of you. announced later. Grant residing at

Choirs Nos. 1 and 2, the Ste- FamilyIN 423 N.W. 9th Street, Apt. 3,
ward's Board, the Male The familyIN Mrs. Aline Randley of 1246 died Saturday July 8, in Jack-
Chorus, the ushers' Board, N.W. 62nd Terrace, died re- son Memorial Hospital. He is
and the entire membership of MEMORIAMIn cently. She is surviv ed by survived by a wife Clifford L.
St. James AME Church. three nieces, Essie May Wynn, a mother Georgia of Montgomery -
Our special thanks also to loving memory of MEMORIAMIn owner Original Mae's Houseof Alabama; three brothers,

Father Theodore R. Gibson, memory of Beauty, located N.W. 17th Richard of Montgomery, Leonof
co-workers of the 6th floor of MRS. ANNA LATTIMERof Avenue and 46th Street, Annie Detroit and Julius Hargroveof
Mt. Sinai Hospital, the Rich- Jackson and Annie Mae Zan Montgomery Ala. The remains -
mond Heights Garden Club, Madison, Florida, who de- ders; a sister, Hattie Pitts; will lie in repose Tues-
the Richmond Heights Wo- parted this life July 5, 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Gas- day, 1:30: until time of removal
men's Club and the Range We are profoundly gratefulto and laid to rest July 15, 1951. ins, Mr. and Mrs. John Gas- Wednesday at 930pm.: toBel-
Funeral Home. the many friends and neigh- Gone, but not forgotten. kins and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie in Funeral Home in Bainbridge
May God bless and keep each bors, who so gracefully extended Sadly missed by: Lee Gas kf n s. Funeral ser- Georgia.
and everyone of you. vices will be conducted Mon-
the numerous methods Osborn McFadden of 927 N.
Mrs. Evelyn L. Souter, day July 17 at 4:00 in
i : p.m.
of expressions duringthepassing 5th
W. Avenue died Friday
The FamilyIN Granddaughter & Family Greater Bethel AME Church. ,
of our loved one the late June 25, at his local residence.He .
P.F.C. Sammy Lee Holmes is survived by a wife, Edna.
Mrs. Minnie Fisher of 6333
who was killed in line of dutyin FRANCIS Burial was in Lincoln Mem-
Tiet Nam on June 17, 1967. N.W. 25th Ave., died Friday, orial Cemetery
MEMORIAMIn Even though words are inadequate Mrs. Mamie Rolle of 1611 July 7. She is survived by a 11. Tuesday July

loving memory of our CHARLES DEAN to express It and the N.W. 3rd Avenue Apt. No. 3, niece, Mrs. Mary Gary; five
died July 10, at Jackson Mem- brothers, Lonnie Walter Infant Girl
dear wife and mother names too numerous to men- McGeathyresid-
who departed this life July 12, tion, we say sincere thanks to orial Hospital. Funeral ser- Maxwell, Zannie and Frank ing at 927 N.W. 5th Aven
1958. vices will be held Saturday, Harvey a sister, Viola Harvey Memorial
each of for cards ; Hospital. She is
H you your ,
I VP Gone, but not forgotten.Mae floral pieces and telegrams; July 15th 2:00: p.m., at Trinity Graveside services were survived by a mother Elsie and
Wesleyn Church Remains will ;held on WednesdayJuly 12th father Eddie.
cards and letters from St. Paul ar-
wife repose in the chapel beginning in the Lincoln
Dean, Baptist Church; floral pieces Memorial gangements are incomplete at
Wilfred and Ramon, brothers and telegrams from Bruns- 1:00 p.m. Friday until 11:00 ,Cemetery. this time.
a Clementine Davis, sister wick Georgia. p.m. Remains will repose In
the church beginning 6:00a.m. -
Saturday until funeral timeSa-
Special thanks to Rev. turday afternoon. Survivors

jt t CARD THANKS Mozell, members and friendsof include five daughters, Myrtle

Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, Rolle, Corrine Bullard, RAHMINGS FUNERAL HOME
I) To my many dear friends Mr. M. C. Stanley and the staff Evelyn Reedy, Edna Sands and

9ho were so kind to me duringmy of Independent Life Insurance Carolyn Rolle; one son, Frankone
stay in the hospital and my Co. The Military Service and brother Howard Bain; Formerly M. S. Allen Funeral HomeA
convalescence at home. Range Funeral home. three sisters Mrs
... Evelyn
) Thanks from a grateful Moss Vera and
Finley Vera
heart. May God's rich bles- Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Fine; nine grandchildren; four sympathetic and understanding service to

t sings be yours. Holmes and family greatgrandchildren.Mrs. everyone

Agnes Jarett Clark Ruth Parks of 356 C.
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I N.W. 14th Street, died July 11, OWNERS

ANNIE ELIZABETH CARD OF THANKSWe at her home. Funeral arrange- William L. Carey, President
ments at this time incom-
plete. Survivors include, one Matthew H. Rahming, L.F.D., Vice Pres.
IN MEMORIAMIn the of the late Harry L. Rolle
family Treasurer
son Leo Helen ,
departed this life July 11, ; daughter M.;
1966. five sisters, Minnie Clarke, Helen Harris, Business'Associate
Her life is a beautiful memory BRUCE MCCARTNEYof Marion Arinah, Yvonne Cooper -

Her absence a silent grief. memory of our dear, sis- Vera Thompson, Bessie
She sleeps In God's lovely garden ter and daughter 3960 NW,187th Street,wishto Johnson; one brother, Theo- STAFF
thank everyone during their dore Ennis Burrows and two Mrs. Helen Perkins, Secretary

In sunshine and in perfect_ BERTHA. MARSHALL bereavement. grandchildren. Harold Perkins
peace. thanks to the Range Sherman Carey
missed by Special Angolden Faison of 408 S.
departed this life July 5, Funeral Home, Rev. Earnest W. 6th Street in Homestead, Charlie Jordan
husband 1959. Williams of New Bethel M.B. died July 6th at, Jackson
Harold C. Ferguson,
Harold S. and Henry sons Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. Church and the neighbors of Memorial Hospital. Funeral 1144 NW 3rd AVENUE PHONE: 371-8343
Liberty City and Carol City. arrangements are incompleteat
Erma Lambert, Marie Floyd, DAY OR NIGHT
Geneva Barnett,Vera Knowles, Rebecca Marshalland this time.Survivors include
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MIAMI TIMES, .:......n-", "l.u...|.r 14, 10X7.'v, ,..,
Mrs. Essie Jane Bradley, Funeral services for Mr.
Willie Lee Newkirk, 542 N. 126 N. E. 12th St., New Con- William E. Doles, of 1360 N.
W. 17th St., died June 2G. He valescent Home, died July 9. W. 70th Street,will be held Saturday FREDDY'S GOT 'EM HOT PRICES
is survived by his wife,Sylvia; She is survived by three July 15, at 4:00: p.m.,
five sons, Willie Lee, James daughters, Mesdames Theodia at Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
Paul, John Thomas, Alfonsoand Spring, Dorothy McCullough, N. W. 3rd Avenue. The body
Randy; four daughters and Eunice Bradley; two sons, will lie in state in the chapel. it Y
Mesdames, Ann Taylor, Albert and Hosea; one sister, Mr. Doles is survived by his ) '
Bonnie, Mamie and Gail. Ser- Mrs. Nora
Bragga. Remainswere wife; seven sons;three daugh-
vices were conducted Monday shipped Wednesday to ters; and three grandchildren.The .
from Mount Calvary Baptist Wilmington, N. Carolina for remains will be viewed 1 1 e '
Church. final rites. Friday afternoon until noon

Linton Harris, 1874 N. W., Saturday.
74th Terrace, died June 29.He Arnold Lee Crapp, 2005
is survived by his wife Mable; Washington Ave., Opa-locka DIRR'S GOLD SEAL FULL POUND PKG.
one daughter Mrs.Mable died July 9. His survivors are
Scott; four sisters Mesdames, parents Jessie Lee and Mary BETHEL WEINERS OR BOLOGNA 49t

Maude McCullough, Ruth Francis Crapp; two sisters; Ernest Williams, pastor
Ezell, Mae Kenon, Jean Montgomery one brother and grand-
Services were con parents. Services were con- ..' The Ways and Means com-
ducted from the Chapel, Mon- ducted from the Chapel Wednesday mittee and Usher Board No. SUNSHINE SWEETS
day.Willie 2 of New Bethel Baptist are 4
Hudson Sanders,2289W. sponsoring a Boat Ride on Saturday -
6th Pl., Hialeah, died July Deacon Willie James Glas- July 15. The dreamboat .
2. He is survived by three sis ter, 6532 N. W. 14th Ct., died will leave Bayfront Park : SUGAR 5 ;: K39C
ters Mesdames Mary Hodges, July 7. He is survived by his yacht basin pier 8, at 8:00 <
Laurasena Goodman, Alvenia wife Evangelist S. M.Glaster; p.m. promptly. Ad mission is
Graves; one brother,Hezekiah three sons,,Willie James, Jr.,I $2.50 per person. You may
Saunders. Services were con- George R., and Eliziah; two purchase your tickets at pier SALES LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 ORDER
ducted Saturday New Mt. Zion daughters, Mrs.Daisy B.Bry- 8 on Saturday night. Won't you
Baptist Church, Hialeah. ant and Bessie M.; three sis- come and make our endeavorsa
ters Mrs. Louise of JUMBO
Clifford Lane, Jr., 1371 N. Warjes success.
W. 52nd St., died July 3rd. He N. Y. C., Marie Standifer,and
Pearl Reese of Detroit Mich.; WATERMELONS 99
is survived by his wife Enid;
six grand-children. Serviceswill
two sons, Clifford, and Edwin; CALVARY
be held at 2:00
Saturday, :
two daughters Gloria Jeanand
Triumph Church The Mt. .,. .
Juanita; five sisters Mes- p.m. ', Calvary congregation ,
dames Mae Francis Hill, Brownsville. has been blessed fluentlywith

Mozell Seymour, Myrtice Mrs. Julia Mae White, 314 services new members.Baptismal will be held TURKEY BACKS1: 'L 154
Daniels, Ruby and Dora Lane. N. W. 14th St.diedJuly4.Arrangements morning, at 8:30. Sunday < '
Services were conducted Sa- are incomplete at
The Deacons and Deacon-
turday from St. Mary's Wesley this time.
Methodist Church. esses invite you to their an- LONGRAIN
niversary 3:00p.m.Sunday,
Johnnie Grisson, Jr., 1316 Mrs. M ami e Henderson,
June 16. The Rev. Albury and
N. W. 67th St., died July 3.He 1838 N. W. 71st St., died July his congregation of the Mt. RICE 5 CELLO 49t
is survived by his wife Helen; 4. Arrangements are incomplete -
Sinai Baptist Church will de-
one daughter, Helen; four sis- .
A cordial invitation is extended -
ters two brothers. Services "; ";1' ', "'!f("' "
; to LYKESCHUNK .... '
everyone to come and .. \'
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were conducted Saturday from Mrs. Anna Lee, 1918-C N. : .lv; ; : : :: ''
I worship with the Mt. Calvary {<}
Pentecostal Church. W. 3rd Ct, died July 8. Arrangements congregation at anytime our BOLOGNA _'t LB. 51

Joseph Jenkins, 3321 N. W. are incomplete. doors are always open. .
20th Terrace, Opa-lockadied Cynthia Johnson, Is reporter.
July 6. He is survived by four Mrs G I a d y s Green, 2047 TENDERIZED SMOKEDPICNICS
daughters, Mesdames, Lincoln Avenue Apt No.5 Opa-

Marlene Styraton, Geneva locka ,died July 9. Arrange- MI.. CARMEL LB. 39t
Merriweather, Mottice Spen- ments are incomplete. .
cer, Fannie Solomon; two Rev. D. A. Bradley, pastor
sons, Joseph and David. Re- Avon L. Billington, 2265 N. Sis. Louise McGriff, reporterThe
mains were shipped to Quit- W. 166 St. Opa-lockadiedJuly "(\1'1\0"'"
man, Georgia, for final rites. 10. Arrangements are incomplete No. 2 choir will begin
Dan Peters, 10441 S.W. 180 their anniversary on July 20, PORK FIRST CUT
St., Perrine, died July 8.He is and end on the 21st. Our pas- 29j.
survived by his wife, Fannie; William E. Doles, 1360 N. tor thanks each and everyonewho
two sons James and Leroy; W. 70th St.,died July 10. His turned out on his anniver CHOPS.POUND
three daughters Mesdames survivors are his wife, Eliza; sary. We had a wonderful time. ,
Eura Mae Johnson, Emma J. seven sons, Lester, Willie, Let's pray for our sick and
McCray and Carrie B. Milller; MalachiJeremiah, Hezekiah, shut-ins and those who have
one sister Mrs. Minnie Wil- Mosely, Oscar; three daugh- ,lost some of their love ones. BAKE RITE CRJEWELSHORTENING
liams; two brothers, Pete and I I ters, Mesdames, Acola Jack-
Andrew; a mother Mrs. Eliza son, Juanita Cason, and Cas- 3 LB. 5 9t
Peters. Remains were shipped sandra Beverly. Services will
Monday to Madison, Georgia, be held Saturday, at 4:00: p.m. SAFETY DEPT.BUILDING .
tor final rites. from Mt. Zion Baptist Church.


Brownsville Members Police of Liberty Community City-- WHO E ONLY ; ;,*/' 29 *

6917661lwll Council and other interested :,
citizens are invited to join a
tour of the Public Safety De-
partment Building at 2 p.m.,
b+ v YJ July 15.For TURKEY TAILS 14C

other information, see
Mr. Paul Bullard, chairmanof
the communications com- <
mittee at 1612 NW 42nd St.



North Miami Beach BEEF LIVER 25t
Civic Club is having a lawn LB.

r party, Sunday, July 16, from
5 to 7 p.m. at the home of Mrs.

Ruby invited.Castelow.Dress is Everyone casual. is It's Like ON Times At FREDDY'S'

lid {wwl doctor u dq '
Mrs. Ruby Castelow was Lots Of Food For Your MoMy J :. .
need i crowned queen of the Faithful
to MMow ww/ Chapter No. 93, O.E.S. of .
Casa roll chock
Miami Beach on their Eighth your pay .

the kow ol/ iewvefluatTME call. Anniversary, Sunday at Oak aid that
Grove Baptist Church, She at Freddy's save quarter
also won the trip to Nassau.
everyone who helped her in

ssg this drive. I

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and never ends"/ '
"Where/ service begins MIAMI TIMLS;

Three locations to serve you: ADVERTISERSAppreciate
your ,business. WN 18th ftvenue

Miami Opo-loclia Perrine They are courteous and
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EBENEZERRev. X Allison Dean At Jehovah ANTIOCH

A. D. Hall, Sr., pastorE.
District ConventionAllison Sunday all roads lead to Antioch -
Ingram, reporter Witnesses ,
M. B. Church. We are

Miami River' Cruise is A., Dean of Nassau, replace it 'With a New Order. observing our annual Metis

sponsored by the men of Ebe- Bahamas was among the 7,000 "The first thing in life regard- Day, we have some interesting
nezer for the benefit of Men's Jehovah's Witnesses in atten- less personal ambition must guests on our program. You :

Day, July 20, at 8:30 to 11:30: dance at the Palm Beach Ken- be that system," he said. Dean are cordially invited to come
On the Belle of Miami nel club during the weekend. graduated at the head of his and bring family and friends.A. CHURCH OF

,! Dreamboat. The boat leaves Dean serves as circuit super- class majoring in mathema- TRANSFIGURATIONFather
II;,\" ..II,. from Bayfront Park Yacht visor of the religious group in tics and physics and was offer- Elisha S. Clarke, vicar

Basin. The fare is $2.00. The Nassau and out-Island congre- ed scholarships to universi-
public i s Invited to come and gations. ties in England. "I refused The 10:45 a.m. Solemn Song

go with us. Tickets maybe The 23-year-old minister them due to my desire to devote Mass and Sermon, with pro-

purchased from the men of the began his teaching career as a my life full time to the cession is the highlight of our

c church. Men's Day will be observed youngster in 1952. He was or- educational work of the Wit- church.The attendance is tre-

Sunday, July 30. dained in 1958. nesses. "Althought this view mendous. It is a joy to worshipat
"I knew then that I could ne- may not be shared by most the Transfiguration. Won't

: Our new District Superin- ver be fully happy until it was persons, he said that time has you please join us.

tendent, Dr. Cubell A. Johnon possible to engage in the all but run out for this systemof We are now announcing our

$ will be with us all day Sun teaching ministry full time, things and there is a pres- 10th Anniversary and Patronal
day on his first quarterly and to that end my plans were sing need to do all we can in Festival Anniversary celebration -

round. Members and friendsare directed," Dean said. the work of 'teaching all na- .

invited to worship with us, Dean expressed the view of tions' while there is yet timeto Sunday, August 6 Feast of
come and welcome the District Jehovah's Witnesses that the do so." the Transfiguration!Solemn

Superintendent. Monday, July urgency of the times requiresthe Dean was the first native High Mass and Sermon with

MARVIN LUDLOWThe 17, 8:00 p.m. he will hold his Christian to place the Bahamian serving as circuit procession. 10:45 a.m. Au-

first quarterly conference. teaching of God's purposefirst. supervisor. His duties entail gust 9, Beach Party Haul-
president, DeaconLudlow He said God will remove visiting seven congregationsin D. MOORE over Beach- 10:00a.m.August

and members of Brown's The Woman's Society of man's imperfect system and the Bahamas three times Our morning speaker will be 10, Tenth Anniversary and
Chapel Choir No. 1 cordially Christian Service will crown yearly. A week is spent with A. D. Moore district managerof Patronal Festival Banquet and

invites you to Its second anniversary their queen Monday, July 17, each Improving the home Central Life Insurance Co. Dance Police Benevolent Association -
to be held at Mt. at 8:00 p.m. The queens of the MIAMI No. 1 CHURCHOF teaching methods used by the of Miami. Hall 15100 N. W. 27

Aaron Baptist Church, begin- auxiliaries will share in the Witnesses. His greatest problem Ave. $5.00 per person. The
ning, Friday, July 14 16, on fellowship of the society.The GOD and that faced by the out- public is invited. We want to

the corner of 69th and 17th Bishop A. Demeritte, pastor island Witnesses is transpor- sincerely share our Tenth An-
Avenue Your presence is Janette Evans Circle tation on the out-islands. Dean asaJ niversary with you so that it

mandatory. will be In charge of class ............... ,,' related that one of the elderly t 1; will be a success. For Anni-
Deacon Ludlow, is presidentand meeting on Tuesday night.Let Witnesses regularly walked a versary tickets, contact or
Rev. J. E. Brown is the us not forget the sick and shut- whole day to reach his teach- call Mr. James Lucas 681-

pastor. ins. ing territory in an isolated vil- 9642 or Mrs. Aurientha Ware,
lage, then used another day to 6210966.To .
walk home.

I Youth Day At AntiochThe jweekend"My attendance at the West this Palm past comed.activities all of you our are services very wel-and

Beach district convention will
Youth Department of for the occasion, "Christian be.used to stimulate much enthusiasm The St. Veronica's Chapl :r
Antioch Baptist Church extends Youth Working in a Modern for the district con- issponsoring a Night ofGamf. s
a cordial Invitation to its World." The youth day chair- vention for theBahamas sche- on Friday, July 14,at the hone:

observance of Youth Day.A men are Ezio Ross and Loran duled for this October," Dean of Mr. and Mrs.Stanley Sweet
special program entitled Solomon. concluded. ing, 16351 N. W.18 Place.The

"Youth In Action" is plannedfor The president and membersof public is cordially invited.
Friday July 14th begin- the Senior Missionary Society Come and have an evening of
.REV.- -SIMS...- fun.
ning at 8:00 p.m. On Sunday, will enjoy your fellow- tt F
July 16 the youth will climax ship at their anniversary program ZION HOPERev. The evening speaker will be

their activities. Hezekiah on Sunday, July 16, at Rev. W. E.Sims,pastor of New
Pratt, will deliver the morning 3:00 p.m. Rev. L. R.Ross will COLETTE THOMAS p. Freeman, pastor Hope Baptist Church.
address. He is a graduate of deliver the sermon. Rev. P. Sister E. Jackson, reporter Brother L. M. Lovett Chair-

Northwestern Senior High and W. Wiggins is the pastor. South Florida Youth Camp No. 1 Usher Board will havea man and Deacon Morris Reid, Sis. Arsula. C. J.Edwards Burney, reporterOur pastor

now a student at Howard Uni- will convene again this yearat dinner sale at the church Saturday is co-chairman.

versity. The evening speakerIs Camp Owaissa Bauer in July 16, from 10:30 Rev. A. H. Essix,is the pastor pastor Rev. Burney is

a native of Madison Florida. ST. PAUL AME Homestead. Some fortunate a.m. until. home sick. We are asking the
He is a member of the Mt. Zion boy or girl will again be chosento The Male chorus will wash church to continue in prayer

A.M.E. Church of Madison and Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor attend International Youth cars from 9:30 a.m. until 8:00 FRIENDSHIPRev. for his recovery.The .
1967 graduate of Madison Mrs. Mary Amos, reporter Camp in Braggs, Okalahoma p.m. We are asking all of you Senior Usher's of New

Training High School. He plansto and represent our camp. to please stop by and help us Providence M. B. C. invites
enter Florida A & M Uni- Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastorof Miami No. 1 Church of God with this sale. J. E. Jenkins, pastor you to worship with them on

versity in the fall. The Mt. Herman A. M. E. Opa- of Prophecy's Youth Camp Rev. J. E. McCary is prea- Ruby Lee Carr, reporter their 5th anniversary Sunday
speeches of both speakers will locka, and his congregationwill Booster is now Miss ColetteD. ching this week. Friday night
July 23 at 3:00 The
be centered around the theme be the guest of choir No. Thomas. Colette was the July 14, is the last night. Saturday at 8:00: a.m. the p.m.
will be
speaker the Rev. B. D.
1 Sunday night, July 16, in an recipient last summer of an Everyone is invited to come church bus, will go on a tour. Cole of Ft.
all to Inter- This tour will be called an Ad- Lauderdale.
after service program.We are expense paid trip and help us close this wonderful We should
asking for your full support in national Youth Camp, along venture Tour donation will be always remem-
revival. We wish our pas- ber
CHRIST EPISCOPALTheo this effort. with the director Sister Eliza- $3.00. The president of the prayer changes things.
tor's wife a safe
The North Miami District beth H. Smith. Pastor's Aid, Sis. Essie Bush Prayer meeting, Tuesday,
Gibson rector she and her childrenare
R. ,
night at
8:00 Consecration
Our local here in and members invite to p.m. -
will Camp
Laymen Charter a bus to you go
Antoinette Silva, reporterThe driving up along with Sis- hour
x)>Jf Sun-
South Florida is directed on this trip will enjoy the prayer ever
the third quarterly meeting the by ter Stella Flowers.We you
fifth Sunday in July to Lake Mrs. Smith who is an employeeof sightseeing.The day morning 5:00 a.m.,askingall
Rt. Rev. James L. Dun- the No. 1 Usher Board members to attend. Visi-
the Board of Public Instruc-
Wales. Round trip fare $7 for
can, Suffragan Bishop of South will have a program Tuesday pastor isaskingallmembers tors are always welcome.
tickets see Mrs. Alice Jack- tion in our city. This is a
Florida will administer the Christ-centered where night after meeting. Refresh- to meet at Commu- Continue in prayer for our
Apostolic Rite of Confirmation son.Remember camp ments are free. Come one nity Baptist Church on Thursday sick and shut-ins and
16 at 6:00 our little MissSt. your boy or girl will be taught come all.Don't at 8:00 toren-
Sunday, July p.m. night, p.m. bers who are bereaved.The .
The public is invited to attend Paul contest will convene and counselled by a well-train- forget to pray for the der services, Rev. Anderson, Pastor's Aid Union will
July 27, at 8:00 p.m, please ed and qualified staff. Some of
this religious rite. sick and shut-ins. Weask is the pastor. meet here next
who are Asst. Director Sis- Sunday, afternoon -
vote for the child of your :
Bazaar time is planned for choice. ter Rosa Lee McIntosh Mrs. everyone to come to church on The pastor reporting a very July 16, at 3:00 p.m.We
the last week in October. Sunday and have your faith up
successful B.T.U. Convention are asking to
everyone please
Stewardess Board No. 1 will Evelyna Mrs. May-
Leading up to the Bazaar are lifted.
working the jurisdictionof come out.
belle Wilson Mrs
celebrate their anniversaryJuly Margaret
several activities
; the Seaboard
16, at 3:00p.m.The guest McCall, Mrs. Cornell Jones, Baptist
Contest Tom Thumb
speaker will be Rev. T. E. Miss Colette Thomas, Mrs. ciation, so we expect him to GRACE UNITEDPRESBYTERIAN
Wedding and Parade of States.
Sarah JORDAN GROVE be with us all day Sunday.Our .
Individuals desirous of parti- Wright of St. Paul Coconut' Thompson, Mrs.

cipating in any of these activities Grove. Loraine Nottage, Mrs. Agnes Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor deepest sympathy is extended -
Usher Board No. 2 will Thomas, Mrs. Pauline Pratt, Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor
are asked to contact Mrs. Eddie L. Gilbert, reporter to Deacon and Sister B.
Carmetta Brown.FoodARama. sponsor a Talent Sip, July 23, Mrs. McCuthen, Mr. and Mrs. T. Smart in the loss of his Sunday evening, July 16, at ,
at 1160 N. W, 55th Terr.,from Ernest Pratt, Mr. Walter 5:00 the SeniorHighfelI I
was a grand Correction: Prayer meetingwill uncle in Fairfax,S.C. Our get-
success on Tuesday, July 4, 5 6:30 p.m.Remember. Smith and others. begin Monday,at 8:00p.m. well wishes to Sister Nellie lowship will present a Fashion
when members and friends enjoyed Friday night, For this educative and en- July 17 thru 21, and preachingwill Burnet in Jackson Memorial.Bro. I Show on the church lawn. Donation -

themselves on the July 14, will be St. Paul nightat joyable week at camp the fees begin 24 thru 28,with Rev., Robert Lowery, in Opa- : Adults, $1.00, youth R
church grounds. Mrs. Lola the Sunday School Conven- are only $13.00 and your boyor W. M. Davis, our revival min locka General and to all of our 50f. Proceeds are to help
Walker served as chairman of tion in Hallandale. The pastoris girl will be well taken care ister. We extend an invitationto sick members we wish you a youth go to camp at the end of
the FoodARama.Our asking for the full support of. Ages 12 years 35. all Dade County. speedy recovery. this month Let us attend this

rector jetted to Boston, from the entire church body. Interested persons may secure On Saturday all day the No. 1 wonderful program in full

Mass., during the week to attend Don't for get our sick and application blanks and Choir will sell dinners if you Visitors are always welcome numbers.,

the National Conventionof shut-Ins. further information by con- desire a dinner you may call, Members an friendsare Women's Day is being scheduled -
the NAACP Fr.Gibson seri Don't forget the sale at the tacting the Camp Director, 751-6378. welcome to ride the church for September 17, the
home of Mrs. Dorothy Shef- Mrs. E. H., Smith, Richmond bus if :third Sunday. We
ves on the board of directors. Saturday night the Dea- you are on the route. are happy
ir: Visitors to our church on field, Saturday night, July 15, Heights or Phoning 235-7505. coness will sponsor a tea at Remember seven days from that the Zone Leaders are ser-
1'; Sunday included Mrs. Mary L. and Mrs. Serriva Herring also Youth Camp Booster Colette the church, the general church makes one weak. So ving as captains. Let us start
Saturday night. These are to Thomas, 1346 N.W. 56 Terr., come to church now to make this a wonderfulWomen's
t y Young Street of Austin, Texas church is asked to be present.The have your faith
benefit Woman's phone 757-3367.
+ and Led Gibson of Nassau. Day. public is invited. lifted. Day.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967 17



Begins July 31 public is cordially invited Catherine Willis, reporter Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor

to attend the weekly Willie J. Beard, reporter Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor
The Annual Summer Campfor 2nd week: August 7th llth "Breakfast" of the Ministers- There will be a gospel sing- Donella Turner, reporterTo

buys and girls, sponsoredby First youth retreat, ages: 13- Laymen Voter Registration ing program on Sunday, July Ushers' Board No. 1 will all our visiting friends,
the WMU Auxiliary to Flor- 17. Committee on Saturday morn- 16, at 3 p.m. sponsored by celebrate their fifth anniversary this week is the last week in

ida Baptist Convention, Wo- Registration fees are to be ing July 15th.Captain Steward Board No. 1.The pas- beginning Thursday night our revival. We are invitingyou

man's Missionary and Educa- sent to: Woman's Missionary Spath of the Safety tor is asking the choirs, July 13th, concluding Sunday and yours to come out and

tional Convention Auxiliary to Union, 1230 Hendricks Ave- Department of our county will ushers, officers and membersto afternoon July 16. worship with us. The Rev. R.

the Baptist General Conven- nue, Jacksonville, 32207. July address the meeting on crime, accompany him to Bethel Thursday night, at 8:00p.m.a B. Smith of Albany,Georgia Is
tion of Florida.Incorporation, '21st, is the last date for registration burglary, and Juvenile crime AME in Goulds for the Sunday program will be held: by the the Revivalist.The .
Woman's Missionary and Edu- prevention and correction. A School Convention July 20th. general church. fourth Sunday afternoon
cation Auxiliary to Progressive The Missionary Workersare question and answer period Many thanks to Sis. Ethel at 3 p.m. the church and pas
Baptist State Convention asking the loyal supportof will follow the speaker.As Dunn for playing for Choir No. Friday night at 8:00: p.m., ,tor will worship at the Friend-
of Florida, Woman's Missionary each child and his parent. citizens interested in 2 Church's compliment to the Rev. P. W, Williams and con- ship Baptist Church, Rev. J.

and Education Convention Please permit you r child to crime and its prevention, Junior Ushers for their splen- gregation of St. Luke M. B.C. E, Jenkins is the pastor.All .
of West Florida will did job. will be in charge of the ser- candidates will be
cnveneon attend the State Summer make it a date to be on hand Baptized
the campus of Florida Camp, for the small fee of$10. and learn what you can do to Sunday School teachers vices. Friday night after the revival -

Memorial College. 1st week: Mrs. Beatrice Cole is help minimize crime In our meeting every Friday night at Sunday afternoon, at 3:00: sermon, we are asking
July 31st. August 5th.- Boys chairman and Mrs.A.B.Cole- area of the city. Breakfasttime 8 p.m. The Junior Church's v.m., Rev. J. W. Stephensonand each of yo u to be present.

and Girls (Junior)ages: 8- 12. man, Is co-chairman. is 8:45 a.m. in Johnson meeting has been changed to congregation of Antioch ,

Hall of St. John's Baptist Saturday at 5:30: p.m. The director M.B. Church,Brownsville will ,Be 4 MURRAY Man

BAPTIST WOMEN PLAN Church, 1328 NW 3rd Avenue. is asking all parents to be in charge of the services.
I DRAKE MEMORIAL send their children out on
PLAN ANNUAL HOUSE time. Deacon Willie L. LIghtbourn.
Remember those is the president.
on our sick
PARTY Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor ST. JAMES AME list and pray for them 4

Time is lastly approachingfor Rev F. E. Sneed, pastor
On last
the 7 annual house party, Sunday morning we Joseph R. Marshall, reporterWe NEW HOPE
had at
sponsored by the W 0 m a n' s baptism Virginia Key. are going forward todayon CENTRAL M.B.
Missionary and Educational We have been blessed with an- the greatest of all adven- Rev. W. E. Sims, pastor
other convert and will baptize L. Rev. E. J. Clark, pastor
Convention of Florida Inc. tures, the adventure of serv- Mary Mayfield ,reporter
Sunday morning at 7:00 a.m. Prayer meeting for
: ing Jesus. our revival -
"The Dates are: Tuesday, All members and friends The chairman and cochairman -
are services will bEgin Mon-
Wednesday night the pastor
July 25th thru Thursday, July ,
27th. The place is: Florida Invited to this service at Vir- and congregation held ser- day, July 17th, and not July 10, wish to thank the lovely
ginia Key. as was previously announced. ladies that served on our women's -
Memorial College, Saint Aug- vices at the Sunday School ;
Our Missionary Society '1s1 Revival will begin July 24th. day program.Thanks to
Convention In Ward
ustine. Dr. R. W, Puryear is Chapel
all the auxiliaries and
making disposal pads for the A.M.E. Church, Hallandale. Rev. W. Williams of Hopewell cap-
the president.
Cancer Society. We will Baptist of Pompano Beach tains that made our day great
Theme of the meeting will ap- We love and serve the Lord, ,
success the Usher's Board
preciate old clean white will conduct the revival. '
be "Missions in Action re-joining in the power of the ,Win Business Advancement
sheets. Please help with this The women of our church was crowned queen and Mrs.
Holy Spirit.
Through EnlightmentEnlist- Rosalyn Seymour as Miss Enjoy Social Popularity
ment Involvement" worthy project.Our president, July-ites are having a beach have begun to get ready for
Sister Mae Ray Smith will be 'their annual Women's Day America. You'll reel confident that your hair It
Mrs. Claudine I. Williams, picnic on Sunday, July 16th,at well I roomed R' diy. and evening when
our instructor. which will be observed on the Suptrlor HAIR
2nd vice president, is direc- 1:00: p.m., at Virginia Key Our speakers were at their DRESSING POMADE. keeps hair
The Faithful Women Club fourth Sunday in October. firmly In
Beach. place without that sticky
tor and Mrs. Susie C. Holley best our own Miss Albertha :
feelfni Contains
greasy no alkalies
will sell dinners at Sister Ida Ladies, let us blend our
"Living for others Lovingone other hand Irritant
president. A small donation is ; Strachan now teaching in Fitz-
Clements 1985 N. W 57th St. forces and make this Woman's
another giving one's time Look for the .
asked of each member of ; ; gerald Ga. and Mrs. orange wr.
on Saturday. Please call Sis- 'Day second to none. We are Dorothy can with the man and :l '
650. Please mail to: Mrs. and heart;there are manypeople Sawyer one of our Dade County lady on top.LARQE _,i. 1
ter Clements for order 'sure that we can do a tremendous
Carrie Carswell, 129 Central you in our church who are do- teachers thank you for those SIZE 500 __...
phone 634-0169. job if we set our heartsto TRIAL SIZE *Sf
ing just that, and we hope it
Avenue, Saint Augustine, Fla. messages. "UIll wry
will continue to remain. Let it. Our goal, is $6,000 or On tale.at drug stores, .....

us become a "family of God" 'more. Mrs. E. J.Clark chairman chain marti rI'b:u per "
GREATER ST. LUKE Remember our sick and adopt. If doea not have
ST. MARY'S W, M. Remember "you are always and Mrs, Rosalyn Seymour Murray' Pomade he can let It quickly
Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor welcome to the friendly 'shut-in members:Sis.Thelma for you or tend only $1, and we will
co-chairman. mail
Rev. Stuart, pastor Bernice Griffin, reporterThe church." Brown, Bro. Robert Roberts, paid.Munurs .giant tin Hair Pomadepotttte

Our pastor Rev. Stuart will pastor wish to thank the (and Bro. Ronnie Finley ivrttiiR. PROBUCTS COMPANY
m Marietta Ay., Irtmlt,Mica. IiNtSAMPSON'S
leave on vacation this week for
parts unknown. We pray for a j acompanying him to the New
Rev. W. J. Allen,pastor
happy, healthy and safe vaca- Jerusalem Disciple Church In
Mrs. Jean Townsend,reporterAll
tion. During his absense, ser- vices will be conducted Rev. The pastor wish thank choirs will rehearse on
Edward and Glad- in their various nights.Choir No.
Young Rev. stone Hunter, Sr.Congratulations. i co-operation during his installation 2 had their choir's federationand 7466 NW 62 ST.
it all.
to Rev. and ] service. was enjoyed by

Mrs. Hunter, Sr., upon the The church at large are to Our Bro. Haywood Robinson
baptism of their first grand- |go to the Valley Grove Baptist passed away on Friday and will free
be funeralized Delivery 696-5711
child, little Laura Louise Hun- Please visit our sick and
ter. ;
Sunday, July 16, will be 20.An appreciation program shut-ins. Mrs. Dolly Hall is

Tithes Sunday, members let's will be given in the behalf of now convalescing at home. CHICKEN BACKS 59t

not forget our promise. The I the Hollywood Star on the

Jr. Church Choir will sing ;fourth Sunday In July you are

Sunday morning and the choir i cordially invited. BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe
No.1 will sing Sunday night. MEATY NECK BONES 4 LBS. 69 (

Plan to attend the program ST. MATTHEWS Baha'is of Miami will

July 30, given by the Ways and hold their regular weeklydis-
Means more about this later. Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor cussion meeting, at 8:00 p.m. CHICKEN WINGS 3 LB. $1

Results of the Baby Contest You are cordially Invited to Sunday, July 16, at the homeof
given by the Usher Board will Miss Ida Solomon, 137 N.
be guest, Sunday, July
be announced next week. our W. 11 Avenue. Mrs. Marjorie

We were happy to have Mrs. vices.16, during A one the act morning play entitled ser- Bach, chairman of the Baha'i BAMBY BREAD BAKED BY HOLSUM 2LOAVES29

Marsha Martin and her lovely Assembly of Miami,will speakon
and Elizabeth in theTemple"
daughters, TerrI and Tanya, "Zackary will be presented. "Free Will"The public is FROZEN PEACH OR APPLE
visiting with us. cordially Invited to attend and .
Let's not forget our sick and for treat.You can't afford to miss this participate in this discussion. PIES 3FOR $1'

shut-ins. A special prayer
Brother Emmanuel Roberts. "
Our sincere to FRESH FLA. GRADE A
Mrs. Enid Lane and family in Robins : : 4, DOZ. $1 1
the loss of her husband. EGGS
Visitors are always wel- Uniformljfj

come to worship with Saint

Mary. I !.1 Centers SODA 12 CANS $1

Church Uniforms ...
.. Choir Robes

Sis.Rev.L.J.Wooten Torrence, reporterThe pastor I I''r' Church Furniture LAWN CHAIRS EA $3.88

Sunday School Furnishings DIRR'S GOLD SALFRANKS
men of Valley grove are Altar Sets -

in the process of their Men's 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU

Day drive. July 19, the Rev. 16 W. Flagler St. 5900 Sunset Drive 3 PKGS. $1
Anderson from the Community
Lauderhill Shopping Center Ft.
Baptist Church will be the

speaker, on July 20, the Rev. 1735 NW 10th Ave. Dadelcnd Shopping Center MILK GALLON 99$
Taylor from St. Luke P. B. C.
will be the speaker on July SEe OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF

M. B. Church will be the 5900 SUNSET DRIVE

speaker.., Everyone is invited. South Miami OF $1 0.00 OR MORE

the sick, shut-ins, bereaved FREEl 1 4 GLASSES
families and those in the Arm- 666-8501
ed Services. Visitors are always J

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By Walter Bowe
Visitors to our fair city are Mr. and Mrs. Alexzander
Rogers and their daughters Jenny and Tabatha of Augusta, Ga. \ The 14th Annual City-Wide play day will be held July 26, at
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers are staying at the home of their uncle Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ash j Sunland Park. This event is sponsored by Pepsi-Cola Bottling
Mr. Wallace Rogers of 824 N. W. 19th Terrace. ley of West Hollywood, are Company, Radio Station WRBD and the department of recrea-
The Lears and Lars are at it again. Here are the names of back from their vacation in the tion district HI. During the annual play day program last sum
the recipients of the 1967 Boys of the Year Award: James Ad- Bahamas, they were visiting mer approximately 7,000 to 8,000 boys,girls, men and women
dison, member of the Psi Kats,president of the Student Coun- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newbold were on hand to witness the all day festivities. Over 250
cil of Blanche Ely High School, Nathaniel Bell, a member of Union Village. We had a won awards will be presented to participants in various activities
the Psi Kats, treasurer of the Student Council of Blanche Ely, derful time and enjoyed every throughout the day. A few of the activities included in the days
Henry L. Davis, president Blanche Ely Chorus, a Letterman, minute of our stay in Nassau. program are: Softball and baseball, rope jumping,bubble gum
Agent and Business Manager of Blanche Ely,Roy Glover, pre- The South Broward Post No. Sgt. Robert Gullett (and family blowing contest, archery shooting, swigging, dancing, water-
8195 will hold its regular ), son of Mrs. RowenaL. melon horseshoe checkers and table shuffle-
sident and member of the Psi Kats and Kenneth Thurston, eating, pitching, ,
member of the Letterman. To these fine young men of the com meeting on Sunday July 16, at Lumpkins and grandson of board. Plan now to attend the 14th annual city-wide playday
6:00 Officers and members Mrs. Miriam Johnson 1480
munity we extend hearty congratulations.The : p.m. Wednesday, July 26th.
1967 Head Start Program of Broward County is in full please be present and on NW 55th Street, visited hereto The first city wide weekly events and special attractionswere
swing this summer.The total number enrolled is 1,519to date. time. 4816 S.W. 17th W.Holly- spend the 4th of July holi- held during the week of June 26 30. Following are the
There are ten centers in the entire program, they are: Deer- wood. days with relatives and winners in the city wide activities: Table suffleboard, Roslyn
field Beacb Elementary, Sanders Park Elementary, Charles Robbie L. Brayboy is com friends. Sgt. Gullett,has recently Lewis and Sharon Bowens Dillard play ground;Karen Collins
mander and James Wiggins is returned from DaNangAir and DillardplaygroundSharonda Bowens and Eve
Drew Elementary, Pompano Elementary, Walker Elementary, V.
Broward Estates Elementary, Dillard Elementary, Bethune AdjutantMr. Force Base, Vietnam and lyn D'a n lei s of Sunland Park; Hubert Lockhart and Gregory
Elementary, Boulevard Heights Elementary,Watkins Elemen- Stanley McKinny arrived is enroute to his new duty assignment Wheeler of Dillard playground; J. Watkins and J. McCombe of
home last week from his at Niagara Falls, North Fork Odom and T Griffin of Lincoln
tary. The children are given breakfast, lunch and a mid-day Playground; A. .
snack. They are in class for five hours each day. Bus trans- tour around the world with N. Y. Playground; Raymond Cuyler and Nathaniel Bowens of Sun-
Basket ball team
portation is provided for those needing it.The children all re-
out of New York City. He reported land.Winners in the stirs contest Joe Baker of North
ceive medical and dental treatment. They are also given vita- Pic-up were:
mins daily. The children also enjoy frequent field trips free of that he was in Italy this Join theNAACP Fork, Brian Ware of North Fork, Ronnie Lockhart of Dillard,
charge. year. Mrs M. McKInney Darryl Bowens of Sunland, Herbert Lockart of Dillard, Joseph
The Elks Lodge of Ft. Lauderdale will swing this Saturday young son went over to visit Lewis of Dillard, Gloria Carter, Lasandra Hinton,and Gail
rote when Mark Strong host another benefit dance called the ''Stanley. He is visiting in Nassau Hinton all of Lincoln playground. Sher main Bowens of Dillard,
"Shirt Sleeve and Tent Dress Dance" with music by the Royal this week. Rethia Lincoln of North Fork,Audrey Finn of Dillard and Retha
Dukes of Rhythm. Lloyd of Lincoln. The host playground for the above mentioned

Mrs. Margaret Harden of 630 N. W. 17th Avenue will leave Tunnage both of whom are brothers of the groom, Chester Tun events was Lincoln Playground. The director is Mrs. Lillian
motoring to Washington, D. C. this weekend to visit friends nage, the bride's mother Mrs. Ella Mae Walker, the bride's Deal. Mr. Larry Pauline and Mrs. Alma Kurtz are the two
after a brief visit in he Nation's Capital she will fly to Mon- grandmother Mrs. Mary Walker, McKinley Walker, John and leaders on the playground. salute them for a job well done.
treal to Expo "67." Roslyn Walker of Atlanta,Georgia,Nathaniel Stokes and a host Walker Playground was host for the second weekly special
The public is cordially Invited to attend religious servicesof friends. event. Mr. Matthew Sanders and his leaders did a beautiful job
Three Wise Men on Friday nite at 8:15 p.m., at the North- Dr. William A. Morris HI is joying a few days away from of arranging different sites for the activities. Winners in the
west Branch YMCA located 408 Northwest 14th Terrace.Rev. the steady stream of patients.Dr. Lane is substituting for him four square and marble contest were: Marble shooting, Freedie
Norman Meyers of Miami, will be principal minister con- during his absence. Hill and James Stitt of Walker Playground; Lonnie Jones of
ducting the service. North Fork; Wanda Strigglrs of Sunland; C. Odom of Lincoln;
Other visitors to our city included Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Karen Collins of Dillard; Sharonda Bowens Sunland; Stephen
Cutter of Cocoa, Mr.and Mrs.Willie Parrish of Sylvania, Ga., Scott and Varnitta Dames of Walker;John Striggles of Sunland
Mrs. Bernice Robinson of Orlando. All of the above persons Htlp Support Your YMCABY and Calvin Williams and Ed Jackson of Walker Playground.Four .
were visiting Mr.and Mrs.Walter Hinton for the fourth of July square winners were in the boys division: First place
holiday. Gale and Lasheryl Hinton daughters of Mr.and Mrs. Lincoln playground, second place North Fork and third place
Hinton of 713 Northwest 19th Avenue left Friday for a month SUBSCRIBING TO Sunland Park. In the girls division te winners were Sunland

vacation in Sylvania, Georgia.The 'f1' L. first place, Walker, second place, and Lincoln third place.
home of Mr. and Mrs.Charles McCoy of 517 N. W. 19th tic Mrs. Lillian Deal and Mr. Johnny Burke are the coordinatorsfor
Jl1 inn fines
... i Avenue was the scene of a fourth of July Barbecue. The guest t. all city special events.
list included Mr. and Mrs.Levi Henry and family, Mr. Nathaniel The first city wide special attraction was held Friday night
Stokes, Mr. Clarence Stokes of New York, Mr. Howard The Northwest Branch YMCA gets $1.00 from June 30th on the Sunland Park patio. The theme was Drama in
Stokes of Philadelphia, Mrs. Emma Adams of St. Augustine, every subscription sold in Broward County. Fantsyland. The following stories were presented;Snow White,
and Mrs. Juanita Hudson of Richmond, Virginia. the Golden Feather, Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, The
Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Shirley and family recently returned Red Shoes, Mother Hulda, Snow Queen and the Ugly Ducklin.
from vacationing in Kingston, Jamacia. Dr.Shirley combined Start Your Subscription Today. Winners were in category NO. 1 : First place Sunland Park;
business with pleasure by attending a medical convention.Mr. second place North Fork Playground;third place,Dillard Play
Curtis Wood is in Ft. Lauderdale visiting his parents ground. Category No. 2: First place Walker Playground; second
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wood of 1365 Northwest 8th Street. Mr. Nome __? __ place, Lincoln Playground and third place,Dillard Play-
Wood is a native of Ft. Lauderdale and now resides in Los An- ground.
geles, California. Mrs. Eula S.Burns was the coordinator of the city wide special
Miss Linda< Walker of Ft. Lauderdale became the bride of City attraction and she was aided by Mrs.Ada Moore, Miss.
Mr. Leroy Donald Tunnage, Jr.,last week at the Saint John's Carmen Burrie and Miss Jean Bailey.
Methodist Church. Miss Walker is an instructor at Charles State The past week at Sunland Playground was really a week to
Drew Elementary. Mr.Tunnage is a Counselor at Junior Havenof remember. There was never a period when the playground was

Pompano Beach, Florida. The newlyweds held their recep- Enclose $5.UU and mall to Northwest Branch YMCA, not going full swing. Children from the following families the
tion at their new home on N. W. 23rd Avenue. Among the guest 408 NW 14th Terr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 33311. Hunts, the Bowens, the Daniels, the Straggles and the Fosters,
were: The parents of the groom Mrs. Ruth Tunnage and Mr. really keep activities going. The staff at Sunland playground
Leroy Tunnage, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Perry, Winfred and Lewis Invites you to come to Sunland where everyday is funday.
The- first- two- weeks- n_ Walker Playground the participants 1 ave
really enjoyed themselves. Mrs. Bernice Clayton has a won-
I .- f/i";' 't mi !fJt""" '$.. :.., 'f : BABY CONTESTThe derful arts and crafts program underway and coach Robert
'r .j 'h l I l! ; < Green has classes in physical fitness and paddle tennis. Mr.
..", + ,! Ji Steve Williams conducts classes in Softball, basketball and
>:. r ,Maggie Lumpkins track and field. The playground is open daily from 9:00: a.m.
;: Chapter No. 119, Elizabeth to 10:00: p.m. Mr. Matthew Sanders and his staff invite you to
+'r t! Chapter No. 46, and Melzie Walker Playground to see their playground in operation.The .
Coleman Chapter No. 44 of 0. Sunland Park pool had a banner week last week. Over
k 4 ? E. S. are sponsoring a Baby 1700 children and adults took part in some form of watersport.The .
Contest, July 18, at the Maso- big event of the week was a watermelon grab held on Tues-
nic Hall, N. W. 3rd Ave., and day night for the teenagers. Over 250 boys and girls took partin
10th Street, at 8:00 p.m. this activity. Wednesday night is family night at the pool and
Mr. Moses. Wilcox and his staff invite you to bring the entire
There will be five beautiful family out and have a splashing good time.
babies in the contest; namely, Members of the Good Grooming Club at Lincoln Playgroundhave
Maggie Lumpkins Chapter just completed a unit on hand care. The most outstanding
Devin Paul Davis, Donna members of this phase of the program were:Gail Hinton, Delia
Renie Jacobs and Ralph Alex Hankerson, Cynthia James and Barbara Palmer. This class
Brantley; Elizabeth Chapter- meets every Monday and Wednesday in the Lincoln Cafetorium.
Jonathan Keith Stevens; and Mrs. Lillian Deal is instructor.The .
Melzie Coleman Chapter, An- second week of the summer recreation program was a
drea Boston. big bang at Dillard Gym. Major emphasis was on the basket-
r The public is invited. ball league. There are six teams in the senior high boys lea-
gue and four teams in the junior high league. Standing from all

Fort Lauderdale chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. had the installation of leagues throughout the city will be published next week.

its first new members since its inception in 1964, at the home of Mrs. Hazel Hanker
son, 2391 NW 6th P/aCf/ The new mothers are: Left to right: Mesdames Lillie Fye,

Mattie Benson, Rose Merritt, Ethel Maloney, Magdalene Rivers, Eula Gordon, Cathe-
rine Pratt, Mary Kyle and Delores Gaddy.
The object of this organization is to create a medium of contact for children andto
provide a constructive educational, recreational and social program for children I
and their parents, and "fo seek for all children the same advantages which we seek l
for our own. Charter members of the organizations are: Mesdames Beatrice Davis ,

president; Eddie Degraffenreidt, vice president; Cora Coleman, recording secretary b

Willie Morton, treasurer; Dorothy Benton, editor; Maria Bass, Alma Collins, Alice i tI
; Davis, Eloise DuPont, Christine Edwards, Arrie Hamm, Hazel Handerson, Willard I
.i i Lamar, Vaunetta McCain, Ada Moore, Dorthea Moran, Juanita Phillips and Florrie Dancing & Fun 'Iii 5 AM I

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$400,000. Needed To Comnlef e BethDn. Statue -
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r New York-A committee of Lyndon B. Johnson, granted a ----r---other organizations, In civil "without cost to the Federal

BY DR.. RAMAN VASHI 400 is being called up from all two-year extension to gove rights activities. The authorization Government." The present I
over the country to raise the more time tothe NCNW then to erect the memorial drive for funds is being made
Hindu Prlut from Bombay, India, Fellow of '; $400,000 required to complete deeply involved, along withGREEKS stipulates that it is to be done 00 meet this stipulation.
Theosophical{ Society (England), Astrologer, installation in Lincoln Park,
and Yogi.
Washington, D. C., of the Mary
1 McLeod Bethune Memorial
Do you know Hindu fin India make the Zodia k .
t signs quite dll- authorized by Congress, according -
than all the of
ferently react, the world?
to announcementby
To learn your mooH-sign send 75?, v0ur name, address
place and time of birth, to Dr. Raman Yashi, po Box 231, Dr. Dorothy I. Height, pre-
sident of the National Councilof
Shenandoah Sta., Miami; Florida 33145. '
Negro Women.
"It is appropriate to honor
FROM FRIDAY I Mrs. Bethune a t this time," y 4le
Miss Height, "because I" !'

ARIS (moon sign) So far not bad but indications of going bad July 10 is the 92nd anniver- 'f'ilI" ",;, ,
in terms of family, prestige, trade and your good sense will sary of the birth of this remarkable \ ,

all be at stake this week. This will be only a fear, everything slave child who grew
will be alright. You will have good thoughts for helping othersor up to be adviser to four United

you have helped them in the past,but, you will not get credit states presidents, found e + Y4

for it. I would not advise you to indulge in it. Finance, health BethuneCookman College 1
domestic affairs or you r Job and trade not to bad. No lucky Council to be the united voiceof
numbers. Negro women for Justice and

TAURUS (moon sign) This week is for equality."
runner of theindi-
Each of the 400 leaders will ...,....--. _... .
cations of your success in trade, pursuit of something, and .M.fi
peace and Joy. Spouse's health is to be concerned. Buy some- recruit a team of 10 personsand

thing or invest on 17th or 18th. Lucky numbers 1,2,6 and 8. is assuming responsibility
for a goal of1000Mrs.
GEMINII (moon sign)Worries though routine work is alright Bethune to
many people -
wages not bad. Discontent about domestic
: or neighbors. Stu- "
explained Miss Height
dents lose th e peace with friends of the
opposite sex.
"and people in all walks of life :
numbers 3,8 and 11.
will want to have the oppor-
CANCER (moon sign) Friends and relatives have
mixed reception tunity to s h a r e in this mem-
of you. Spouse cooperative, wages not bad, mind rest- orial tribute"

less waiting to long for something since last May. Lucky num- Required approval of the design -

bers 1, 4 and 9. and location of the mem-

LEO (moon sign) Troubles start exactly on this 15th and orial has been given by the

16th, you will stand up unless your Jupiter was not strong at Federal Fine arts Commission a

your birth time. You have trouble from your enemies particu- and the National Planning

larly the 18th and 19th. Lucky numbers 6, 11 and 12. Commission. It will stand in

VIRGO (moon sign) Things are bright perhaps for anything. one end of the redesigned and r

Spouse's health could be a problem unless at your birth Mer- refurnished Lincoln Park

cury was having friendly aspect. You have quarrels ,which, if which is dramatically situated
stretched a little far can end in litigation,particularly the j7th, on the'eastern axis of the Jef:

and 18th. Students of the opposite! sex orjoung people,under ferson Memorial, the US

24 will have a fine time the 19tn,and 20th. Lucky numbers 6,and!; 'Capitol building, the Washington ,, ....
-" --- "-- --- --- ---
monument and the Lincoln
12. U\ ". I ;
monument and is of the
LIBRA (moon sign) LibranS have troubles come and go and part SISTERHOOD STRENGTHENEDThe
broad plans for beautificationof
inconvient business deals. Finance, health and friendship nation's capital.At charter members of Epsilon/ Chapter or* Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc.
changable an occasionally erractic. Don't pay much attentionto initiated their first sisters to the that
the end of Lincoln Parkis great challenge comes through service June
such worries because if you lose the tail you still have the
the statue of Abraham Lin- 18, 1967. The final night, their initiation ceremony was held at the home of Com
head. The more you concern yourself the more worries you
coln with a s 1 a vein broken ,missioner Athalie Range. They were welcomed to the ranks and into the sisterhoodby
have. Do not imagine too much. No lucky numbers.
chains which was erected by the Basileus Soror Jennie F. Reaves.
SCORPIO(moon sign) You should have exciting outdoor en- emancipated citizens in 1874. After a soronization period, they departed and were re-united In morning services

gagements in t e r m s of sports, amusement and finding new The Bethune ,sculptural tableau ,at. the Church of the Open Door" Rev Henry McDowell, Pastor. "
friends Health normal, spouse and children trouble for some consisting of the great Picture Ho. 1 Standing left to right are: Sorors Catherine Gipson, Edna P.

non-essentials, no cause for alarm. Your romantic dates 17th leader leaning on her cane and Akins, Lula M. Thompson, LaVerne Edwards, Evelyn Jackson, Ola /M. Kelly, /Itealia

and 18th. Lucky numbers 4, 8, and 12. passing on her legacy to boy D. Mitchell, Jessie Sandilands and M. Athatie Range.

SAGGITARIUS (moon sign) Hesitation, indecision, and Just and girl, will stand at the op- Picture No. 2- The G a m m e tt e Scrapbook was presented to Basileus Jennie
simple matters keep you unneccessairly alarmed, you have to positeend as a symbol of the Reeves bv Jessie P. Sandilands./ I
wait for your new schemes or travel plans or vacation for two contribution of the descendants -

more weeks. You will get through your ambition if you do not of those emancipated

discuss or have not so far confided matters of love and trade citizens over the Emancipation FASHIONETTEEXTRAVANGA
between the last week in April and the 1st week in May. Lucky century. Call

numbers 4,10 and 11. The memorial sculpture, k w
CAPRICORN (moon sign) Go ahead with your plan of travel, first to be erected to an There will be a Fashionette

vacation, or start traveling any day. This week is all good for American Negro public land Extravaganza Tea, Sunday, CHARLESROGERS
business trade and love. Those whose Jupiter at birth was detrimental in the nation's capital, is the July 16 at the Bonded Rental

should not go out late at nightShould go to bed earlyor work of Robert Berks, New Agency, 4150 NW 7th Avenue.

run the risk of mumps, influenza and billisness which can York sculptor. It will stand 12 There, you will see many 1

occur as a result of your exposure the last week in July. Lucky feet high when completed and beautiful models, featuringone
cumbers 4, 10 and 11. around its base carries a quo- of the six Frisco Kids, .. 'r.,1 AT PL 1.7502

AQUARIUS (moon sign) Take care of health and your nor- tation from Mrs. Bethune's who appears nightly at the FOR A GOOD BUY ON A
busi- legacy of love, hope and faith Castaways, Miami Bch., Also
mal business. Spouse's health a little bad.You have good PIANO, ORGAN, SCOTT
to her fellowmen. the voices of the famous Tay-
ness or trade. Lucky numbers 10,11 and 7.
The architectual design lor Brothers. You and yours
reaches out toward the Lin- are invited. There will be a INSTRUMENTS.
but if not
PISCES (moon sign) You have started in trouble,
coln statue and moves into a door prize: Ticket to Nassau.
it and vice versa good
may not come at all. Saturn Jupiter, ,
any week. These two planets have the overall influence for your focus of vistas from every

future the next four years, particularly the age groups 27, 28, street approaching the park. MISSIONARY PROGRAMThe

35, 36, 41, and 42. Lucky numbers 2, 7,11 and 12.MUHAMMAD'S The setting provides a monu-
mental background for outdoor Missionary Society w

concerts, dramas, forums and Board of Allen Chapel AME
other cultural activities as Church are sponsoring a tea

well as recreation areas for on the church's lawn, July 16.
children. It is the work of Hil- Everyone is invited to come

yard R. Robinson, Washington and hear the wonderful pro-

architect, and establishes a gram from various groups of
beautiful memorial settingOn this city.

September 22, 1965, a Sister Fannie Goddy, is pre-
Joint Resolution of the 89th sident and Rev. F.D. Wright,

Congress, signed by President pastor.

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,20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday July 14, 1967

Masons Lead Way in Nonprofit Sponsorship of Housing

The Prince Hall Affiliation, members in the days when families was a normal and gram was authorized by Con- In addition, certain projects Prince Hall order in Kinloch,

Free and Accepted Scottish regular life Insurance was dif- natural extension of its con- gress in 1961 to permit cer- will have rent supplement Mo.,

Rite Masons, is a pace-setter ficult or Impossible for non- tinuing concern for the welfareof tain nonprofit,. limited profit, agreements with FHA. Under Applications under FHA's
among a growing list of fra- whites to obtain. the residents of the communities and cooperative sponsors to the rent supplement programs below-market Interest rate

ternal.and social organiza- in which it had construct housing for low and tenants meeting cer- program are being processedfor
tions committed to making decent The Masonic order provided lodges. moderate Income families tain income limits pay 25 per- 182 units in Birmingham,

housing available to low scholarships for worthy within certain income ranges, cent of their monthly house Ala.; 300 in Montgomery,Ala..

and moderate income families students and operated sum- Under the leadership of John and to finance housing through hold Income toward rent. A 150 in Fort Worth, Texas, and

and individuals. mer camps for children, in addition G. Lewis, Jr., the Sovereign FHA-insured mortgages that rent supplement payment pay- 100 in Spartanburg,S. C.Some

to furnishingemergency Grand Commander, the organization carry an interest rate of 3 per- ment, making up the difference 100 units in Frankfort, Ky.,
With lodges in 20 states,the welfare assistance to its set aside $300,000as cent. between the 25 percent and the and 200 in Washington, D.C.

Prince Hall order has been actively members. a revolving fund to assist full market rent for the particular and an additional 144 units in

involved in social pro- Three years ago, the gov- local groups in sponsoring The reduced interest pay- dwelling unit, is paid Knoxville, will have rent sup-

grams since its inception in erning body of the order de- Federal Housing Administration ments result in a lowering of by FHA to the project owner. plement agreements with

the early 18 century. It pro- cided that sponsoring housingfor below-market interest rents for the housing by approximately FHA. Those in Washington,

vided burial insurance for its low and moderate incomev rate housing. This type of pro- 20 percent. The Prince Hall plan calls Port Arthur, and Birminghamare
to be built on urban renewal -
------- -- for each project to be spon-
project land.Altogether .
sored by th lodge in the city

where the housing is located.
rent supplementfunds
Housing will be open to any
have been earmarked by
and not limit-
eligible family
FHA for some 420 projects in
ed to members. A non-
279 cities in 46 states, Puerto
profit corporation is set up in
Rico, and the District of
each with local
locality men
Columbia. These projects will
serving on the Board of Direc
provide more than 47,000 de-
tors. Technical assistanceand
I. cent housing units for low and
1 -': financial help, if needed, are moderate income families of

furnished by the parent body which over 33,000 will be rent
for such things as architects'fees supplements.

land acquisitions, and

FHA fees. The Prince Hall order is

conducting a management

The first project, 148 units school in Dallas, in coopera-
for moderate income families tion with the local FHA Insur-

is under construction in Dal- ing Office. Students are local

las, Texas. Construction will residents who have shown an

be started soon on a second aptitude for project manage

project ((100 rent supplementunits ment and maintenance techni-

rr L1 ) in Knoxville, Term. A ques. Wherever possible,

third project, which will con- neighborhood residents are

sist of 100 r e n t supplement given on-the-job training in

units i will be built by the building the housing.

Ebony Links Rise In Negro

; ,. : .. 1I. 1\ 3 Divorce To MaleNearoes' I
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'" -" .
'- --. Rebellion
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The Negro divorce rate, if neccessary, domestic dic-
Universal Masons Hold Sovereign Grand Lodge Here which in 1940 was the same as tator. Instead the Negro wo-

.i that for whites -- 2.2 percenthas man was allowed to emerge as

The Universal Masonic Brotherhood and Order of tional Matron, is in charge of the Eastern Stars. risen to 5.1 per cent, some a matriarch and to this day she

Eastern Star IS cot tis hr Rite Affiliation) opened its A semi-formal banquet was held Saturday, July 8 at 40 per cent greater than the tends to outrank heroppositesex

Sovereign Grand Lodge here on Monday. Sessions will New Covenant Presbyterian Qiurch. Speakers on the present white rate of 3.6 per in education, income and

continue daily through Friday July 14 at St. Mary's program included Commissioner M. Athalie/ Range, E. cent, says the current issueof interchange with the white

W. M. Church, 4798 NW 48th Street. N. Taylor and Samuel Moncur. Ebony Magazine. Surveyingthe world."
Negro marital scene, the "The Negro woman is so
Masonic sessions are presided over by Illustrious// Shown above is Grand Master Allen
presiding over magazine says that one fact is God damn of herself in
Henry L. Allen, 33, Sovereign Grand Master from East the opening session on Monday Johnson of Miami
Orange, N. J. Daughter Ruby N. Allen, Illustrious No- photo. indisputable clear: Negro men the Job market," Ebony quotesa
are no longer accepting the unnatural Chicago business man,"she

superiority of Negro just assumes leadership, con-

I Uncle Sam OK's $13.7 O.E.S. CELEBRATES OCALA TO HOST women.Ebony traces Negro marriage does sciously not or allow unconsciously the male to,and assert -

problems -- whether or himself."
Million Housing Loan SECOND GRAND SESSION 4 VOTERS LEAGUE not they Include divorce backto On the other side, the maga-

the days of slavery. With zine found
--- --- outspoken opinions
Federal approval of a $13.7 plexes. The Youth Department of BOARD JULY 29 its need to destroy the family, against the classic view of the

million loan for 845 low rent The land is located in two. Bethlehem Grand Chapter order slavery "flagrantly violatedthe "castrated" Negro man-It
The board of and
homes in Miami was announced large areas of the county, one of Eastern Star celebrated Executive Negro man's role in society quotes Betty Frank Lomax,
Committee of the
Tuesday.The bounded by Tamiami Trail,N. their second grand session as head of the family, one of two former wives of author -
July 7 and 8 at the Gift of Love Florida Voters League, Inc.,
chief economic and
provider Louis
housing 516 units for W. 36th St., N.W. 27th Ave. ; "No man Is
will meet in their regular mid-
families and 329 for the elderly and N.W. Seventh Avenue, the. Pompano Park, under the dominated by his woman unless
-will be scattered on about other by the North-South Ex Great Leadership of Dr. C.B. summer session roadinOcala it appeals to his neurotic
Nelson Florida. Marion County voters
.30 sites with some individual Daniels, Grand Worthy needs."
pressway, N.E. Sixth Avenue,
Matron of Florida and Jurisdiction league is hosting the meeting.
developments as small as du- N.E. and N.W. 54th Sts. And a well-known Ne-
gro writer charges: "There'sno

Tops on the agenda will be special'"orld of the Negro
PHYLLIS WHEATLY ART & SOCIAL CLUBa The centralized point for the
finalizing of the program for divorcee. She only colors it>sa
youth was to look tothe
The Phyllis WheaUy Art and delicious repast and members the Florida Voters League fall because it embellishes her at -
tor and the of
Social Club met at the homeof sang a closing ode. Mrs. Miami success. sessions and the 2nd annual guments." He contends, and
representative of
Mrs. E. B. Jones, 2955 N. lona Dukes was a pleasant the mass public grass roots rallyin many sociologists and
youth department Clarice
W. 48 Terrace, Monday, June visitor to the club,and brought Carnegay.ENGAGEMENT. Ft.Lauderdale Saturday and physchiatrists with him, that
26, for the last meeting of the a guest Mrs. Hicks a retiredtea Sunday, September 30 thru Oc- the real "hang up" isa con

season. Mrs. May Lou Nixon, c her from Norfolk, Vir- tober 1. fusion of roles between man

delegate to the FCWC which ginia. The club will meet in September i Mrs. Georgia Lee Thomas and woman in marriage.
met in Lake Wales, broughta with Mrs.A. Love. The Rather than race, it's a ques-
of 1420
Jones NW 87th Terr., All board committee
detailed report from the con- Club's annual picnic will be the of mem- Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, tion of who's the man who's the
announces engagement bers officers
vention, which received It' a held on Saturday, July 15, at her daughter Clarissa to Mr. and represen- popular local businessman and woman, "who brings home the
tatives of
vote of thanks from the memo the home of Mrs. Delores local I leagues are ;owner of the Dive-Inn Bar, 1 bacon and who cooks it."Ex
bers. After other business the Covin, 2511 N.W. 154th Street Victor R. CobhamofNewYork urged to be present at this first 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691- i tremely successful and

hostess, Mrs. Jones, served Opa-locka, Fla. City. meeting of the newly elected 9431. He invites all his old
Miss Jones is a graduate of officers and board membersin friends to come and meet new i tains, according to Ebony, that

North Dade Jr.Sr. High School Pensacola in April. friends. Everyone welcome. women- Negro or white --
and attended the Bronx Com- Enjoy the pool room and bow- find a compulsive need to

1.7203 munity College of New York. ling. Completely air condi-I i"take on the man," to cut him
Phones NA '* Public tioned. (indef)
1, and chew him down
Mr. Cobham is a graduate of up to size.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967 21

Spearing with......., Of0 Approves $554,530 -

Looking the

"' Summer Play Program

I vgOJ' tBY II.JI The federal Office of Ecoicy forbade any use of funds SPORTSWORLD

nomic Opportunity gave its for lights
.. formal approval Monday to a Under pressure from Pep-
HARRY SPEAR"OH" $554,530 summer recreation per and the local officials,the .A
i program for Dade County. agency made Dade an"excepThe -
program has been in option" the tune of $55,000, BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over
THOSE MATINS eration for two weeks which will be used to light Mi-

The second half of the Florida State,League looks like it "Because of the urgency of ami's Dorsey, Liberty City,
will be rough going foil some of the teams, but? the Marlinsa this program, it being a sum- Robert King High and Moore
much improved team this second half, are showing the new mer program, we were able to parks in Richmond Heights, MIAMIANS SHOWED WELL IN THIRD GALLIMORE
owners, Bill Durney Sr. and Bill Jr.,who is the general man- get authority from the OEO to Perrine and Opa-locka MEMORIAL IN OCALA
ager, they want to give them a winning ball club ManagerCal move ahead with it without Pepper has also introduced
Ripken, who is trying his utmost to see this is done. For waiting for the unusual docuand is pushing a bill to reverse Local golfers were very evident in the third annual Galli-
you grand managers, put yourself in Ripken's place, here is mentation," Richard Weathe OEO policy more Memorial Golf Tournament in Ocala on lndependmce Day
the story, when you have 20 players on your team to work with therley, director of the EcoWeatherley said the city and week-end.
10 pitchers, 2 catchers and 8 players, infielders outfielders nomic Opportunity Program county are working already on
what would you do if you were a manager? And then again, Inc., said. getting the lights installed. Winning top honors In the pro-division was George Butlera
how about injuries. It's alright to sit back and holler take this The EOPI is cooperatingwith transplant from Tampa,who has brought a really competitivegame
one and that one out, but what are you going to do for a replacement the City of Miami, Metro, to .Miami and is brightening the prospects on the local
we can all be second guessers, but where would the School Board and United Get Your Tickets Now For scene.
you go from there? I would like some one to write to me, give Fund to put on a wide range of MIAMI'S FRONTIERS To eliminate any doubt as to who is the champion of the first
me some ideas, which I will show Cal and then we can get recreational activities for INTERNATIONALMOONLIGHT flight division. Steve McElmurray came up with a repeat per-
together, maybe. That's all on this subject, now we will go residents of the county's pov- formance to further solidify his status as such.
back to the players, and give you an idea how they are suffer erty-stricken areas. BOAT
ing and still go on playing under a handicap; first baseman The announcement of formal RIDE & DANCE Two other Miamians,coach James Everett and Frank Rivers
Terry Crowley has a Charley horse, Jimmy Williams a sore approval came from the officeof Friday evening, July 21 played to a tie in the first flite. The necessary sudden death
shoulder, Jimmy Fox a bad back and Monday night, his knee U. S. Rep. Claude PepperD. Departing 8:30 p.m. play-off was won by Everett.
was spiked, a couple of sore arm pitchers, Moe Hill has ( ., Fla.),who was instrumental Municipal Dock The third flite had another Miamian, KelleyC.Wilson doing
trouble with his eyes since being beaned last year. They knowhe in getting OEO to includein Prizes Refreshments battle with a neighbor from Ft. Lauderdale J. Hastie. Hastie
has the goods, therefore, they are holding on to him. They the grant $55,000 to light $2.50 subsequently winning In a sudden death play-off
expect him to come out of it sooner or later. It all takes time. several parks for night acti- Get Your Tlcktts prom
These are only a few instances that are hurting the team, yet vities. Charles North, S. Ramsey,
they are still playing great ball this second half This is all for The local agencies had requested Garth Reeves, Oscar Weaver., ANTIQUATED SALARY SYSTEM OF ATHLETES
grand stand That's why I ask "What would Dan Johnson, George Kil
you managers. you more than $200,000for
Patrick, Ted Pussy, E. N. SHOULD BE CHANGEDThere
do if you were in Ripken's place?' This second half, the Mar- lighting in their original Taylor, Robert Gabriel or
lins are in second place, two games behind Orlando, up to proposal, but OEO said its pol- Vernon Jackson is an old saying never put off for tomorrow what you
present, they won 10,lost 4.Pitcher Bob Patrylo pitched a no-_ can do today.
hitter and almost a perfect game except for one walk. Some Looking at the system by which professional athletes are
pitching. Don't give up with this team because they are going paid this is precisely the method that is being followed. Theyare
places. SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR paid this year for what they did last year. This could be
most perplexing and in most case unfair, since in most cases
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE SPECIAL" the scale of pay is not figured retroactive for more than the
previous year's performance.An .
*Cleaned Oiled In Your Home
Saturday, Sunday, July 15-16, Marlins'vs. St. Pete; Satur- & athlete making $50,000 based on his previous years per-
day, a double header game time 6:30p.m.Same time Sunday, *Adjust Tensions formance may not be worth 50 cents in present production;
Monday, Tuesday, 17th and 18th, Marlins vs. Tampa at 7:30 *Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150 meanwhile a low-salaried member may be making valuable
p.m. This is where you will have a chance to see Al Crawford *Check all Wiring All Makes contributions.
from Miimi-Dade Junior who It is not unusual to find an athlete who can run with a foot-
College was signed by Cin- 1 Year Guarantee Models
cinatti ball club. Al is a local boy. ball, or swing a bat, or thread a loop with a basketball, is not
BROWARD CALL the best dealers when it comes to contract talk; therefore he
SPECIAL ATTRACTION TUESDAY COLLECT 6346242Shop does not receive full benefit for his last years performance,
and vice versa some athlete who has a gift of gab can talk up

Tuesday, July 18th Is "All Kids Night", sponsored by local more than he is worth.A .
basic with reasonable commission benefits
merchants. Kids with the proper tickets will admitted free good salary ,
on current performance out put would seem fairer and more
to the game. Many gifts will be given away including a pony,
guitar, bicycle,autographed baseballs and many other prizes. at Your Friendly beneficial to player and management.


Football at its best will be offered to the area's football
s4 ,, fans on August 19th at the newly renovated Orange Bowl.
On that date the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL will meet the
Best in Groceries Meats and SundriesWe
Miami Dolphins of the AFL in their first game of the season.
The game is their first of a series to be scheduled annually
Feature which should become a classic rivalry.The .
game is being sponsored by the Miami Heraldfor the
benefit of Variety Children's Hospital. Proceeds from the
: WISE POTATO CHIPSIn ticket sales will go to the hospital.

Popular Sizes Hospital President, E.A. Evans,said,"We are very pleasedto
be named the beneficiary of this charity event. We hope the
Orange Bowl will be filled with fans who appreciate good foot-
ball and who wish to help our hospital.'

NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY! The Dolphins are looking forward to this game with an NFL
representative, according Coach George Wilson He feels
MANNY FITZGERALD JIMMY WILLIAMS NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU the game should attract many fans of both leagues.;
BUSBOYS Tickets for the Saturday evening game are priced $5 and

There'll be a lot of jumpy kids at Miami Dade Junior Col- STATION DRIVERS
lege's north campus Saturday when the Dade County Park and MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
Recreation Department and the Metropolitan Miami Athletic A-1 Employment ServiceOver MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
Club co-sponsor a jumping clinic.
Personalized instruction will be given in the long jump, high 20 Years Service In Miami APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.

jump, triple jump and pole vault by top college and high school 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663 THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.
coaches as well as Recreation Department personnel and 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382 PLEASE PATRONIZE THEM!
MMAC members, according to Art Peavy, Superintendent of
Recreation for the Park Department. 1
Peavy said the program, headed by Jackson coach Bennie
Moore, includes invitations to each playground in Dade County
to send at least ten boys and girls for instruction. Also par-
ticipating will be age-group entrants from various AAU track SPIRITUAL READER PRO f00TDA11 STAR BOB HAYES SAYS:
clubs and the MMAC senior members. AND ADVISOR
Peavy said more summer clinics,to be co-sponsoredby the
Recreation Department and MMAC, are planned to include Divine healing by prayer 1 p
sprints and field competition. with gifted power. Guaran- ul
teed satisfaction.One visit

A VOTE OF THANKSJuly will convince you. You'llbe
on your way to happi- at the
4th, the Community Action Board ran a sports and ness and success. No
entertainment show for the young and old which was a tremen- charges, donations only.
dous success. Thanks to the committee and whoever partici- Go out of your way to see inRCIMC'
pated in making it for the first time. I would like to mention this gifted person. It'll be
with the board but up for your benefit.P .
three men who had no connection gave
their holiday and families to help us out.They were: AL BRubio,
manager of the Miami Stadium and Orange Bowl; Sarge L. L. l 7-9764
Bright, custodian of the Stadium, and Manny De Castro, juve- 1178 NW 19 STREETNear
nile probation officer who took care of the parking and what ( Liberty City)
have you. Also Mrs. Judy Bull and staff who took care of the .-* M or rt MMI__cc.eo.*VI.*ft.*.*..>._(..(.
refreshment end of it. Thanking you all once again.

22 THE MIAMI t TIMES, Friday July 14. 19A7

J 3 bedrooms 2 baths
ONLY $8750 furnished 1110 HW 55th Street 'VETERANS & DISPLACED PERSONS $100 DOWN .
U'.priced to sellfast.Two 765 HW 83rd Terrace ((1)) 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, double lot, corner LTY.POKES/
bedrooms, living room with $450 down FHA living room, dining room, kitchen, front & rear "
fireplace, dining area. Nice 3 bedroom CBS enclosed porches. ,' : 'I I
Nice kitchen and closed $15,000, $500 down, $96.21 monthly ;:

porch for breakfast. Miss Big Beautiful Du plu ((2)) 2 bedroom, 1 barb, Fla room, Allopattah corner ." \ I '., .,,,,: Jf Frey 949-6105 or 2045 NW 93rd Terrace $11,800, $400 down, $78.24 monthly

KEYES CO_ 42nd YR. $600 down. $50 mo. ((3)) 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, garage, corner No Investment on earth is so safe, so sure, so
5132 Biscayne Blvd. $350 down, $91 month $12,000, $400 down, $79.61 monthlyNO certain to enrich its owner as Real Eitote.
758-385S 1880 NW 55th Street QUALIFYING1!!! BEST BUYSIII!!! .
Lovely 2 bedroom CBS (a) 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, CBS, doll house. '
$10,900, $1700 down, $84.88 month pays allb l SELLER PAYS\ALL CLOSING(i COSTS! !

GOT SOMETHING ALLAPAITAH REALTY, ( ) 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, CBS, corner beauty. ,f!retry 2 bedroom CBS in Bunch Park, '16U5IW ,
I TOSELL?? REALTORS $11,200, $1100 down, $113 month pays allc .., 20th Av.. This home I* like now ,insfdevif ,on
( ) 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, almost new, CBS beauty. I Ie1feedYard. lai 7n
Try a Miami, Times C ion I- 633-0426 ";flax,.,.awnings, awning ,:windows '! a
Results! Tile roof, terrazzo floors, screened Fla rill., carpte. .,'Bergain$8,500! :$300 dwp' one
fled They Get *
down month
$17,700, $3100 $120 pays 52.60 Wth/FHAfcVaeontywehavt key.
MANY OTHER FINE CHOICES !:r '$\ fZ &;%1.b 1: 1 :,' Mt<\ !
CALL Carlton Realty (BROKER
Extra largo deluxe house on 2 lots. T 11..1,
awnings, very large rooms, large kitchen, some
635-3177 furniture,. stove and refrigerator, 2 baths, Wonderful .
location. A better 2 bedroom house at
ling Realty, Inc.of $14,500 FHA with $450 down'and $90 month.

.. ,..<
Miami, Realtors Midwest Realty .>: SELLER' PAYS ALL.CLO'SiNO.OSTS f I'',;.::,'<
Spotless 2 bedroom CBS'near.27th Ave. on 88tli
5499 NW 27th Ave. ;Street, jalousie windows, awnings, fruit trees'. '
Large landscaped fenced yard. A wonderful bargain '
SUPERMARKET FOR FINE HOMES ,:;: ,at only $9,500, $300 down and $59.01 'mo./s,


c I au I custom built, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Waterfront beauty. 3 bedroom, 2 baths, no Like new small duplex at 2020 NW 98th St. This
screened porch, patio, circular drive, central qualifying. $2800 down. $101 month pays al I. bargain is freshly painted Inside ,and out, |jalousie -
heat, terrazzo floors, Very mod.,... FHA. terms. windows, large lot. You can live fretas
No closing costs. of Ave. the Income from the other side will make the
2 homes CBS west 27th Name your
payment. Price $11,000 with $350 down and
2210 NW 86 TERRACE terms. $73.09 month, FHA.
Darling 2 bedroom, huge Flo room, only $12,000
FHA terms. New FHA and VA listings as low as $100 down. "

2161 NW 100 STREET Fred W. Welter, BrokerS. :Modem CBS tile roof carport, air' conditioner;,,.I i itt
1 year young.2 bedroom, custom-built doll house." D. Barkley, Sales ManagerE. tt 0largo.completely: I ,fencedM. Pay $1qOOW \
Double carporte. $350 down FHA. 0. Culmer, Reg. Salesman ''and;' :,tokeVer FHA mortgage'of' $9,600tpayoble* '
$81., 'month!:poXtt'atlinclude( 'taxes 'and. Insurance)4)
2140 NW 86 TERRACECute Midwest RealtyPHONES "

2 bedroom, newly painted.. $300 FHA. No : 633-8035 N E 3-2834 633-3735 HOME AND INCOME MOVE MIGHT IN

closing cost. 2 bedroom CBS and separate 1 bedroom on 1 1Yz
lots at 46th St. near 17th Ave. Tile roof, enclosed -
1941 NW 83 STREET
and Price
porch, stoves refrigerators.
_"t Corner, 2 bedroom beauty, huge Fla room, carport. only $14,000, $1,000 down, $100 month.
FHA terms.


Like new 3 bedroom CBS, tile roof, large form! '
2001 NW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom, fenced, awn- BRING RESULTS ca built-in kitchen, jalousie windows, awnings,
ings. $54 month pays all. ;as wall heat. Beauty for $13,750, $1,000 down

INCOME PROPERTY and takeover FHA payment.' $90 mo., pays all.! a..

1861 NW 42nd St. Almost new, 1 bedroom dup- .'
lex, FHA terms. : ::' \'\Best : in i Town NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN
:1 Buys
: ,, ., I,", Modern deluxe CBSoof enclosed Manor Park. Fla
2377 NW 95th Terrace Gorgeou s custombuilt room, garage, front porch, car
duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla room each side, huge port, carpeting, fenced yard, awnings, jalousie
closets 6 years new. NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING windows, fireplace. Price $13,000, $1,000 down ,
take $105 month all.
over FHA payments pays
HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE tra large kitchen. Terrazzo floors, appliances I
2 air cond., all fenced. Only $13,500 total. RIGHT'
Reasonable down. NO QUALIFYING.
BEINGDISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWALAREA, We have ''a few 5 and 6 unit apartment buildings
MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS,VETERANS.CALL LARGE POOL CBS BEAUTY 2 BEDROOM.Fla that can be bought with as little as $2,500 down'.
TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE ONLY A room, porch, dining room, screened patio, Live free in one apartment and collect Income
PHONE CALL AWAY. air cond., central heat. GARAGE. $600 down. from the others.These are all modern. CBS build
$16,000 FHA. ing Iin 'best neighborhoods. Find Security, !

carport, opplianoa, fenced. $1,000 down.
Buy A House Today! $10,500 total. better 2 bedroom frame asbestos shingle house,
front porch, awnings, stove and refrigerator. On

MOVE RIGHT lit Nl C'JALIFYING! $15 MO. $650 DOWN. NO QUALIFYING. CBS 60th St. near 30th Ave. Bargain at $9,000 with
\ Beauty, 2 bedroom, large Fla room, utility room, $7.10 down and $75 month.
Open Saturday i $u."t.JI carport, appliances, fenced. Newly painted inside ,,
((1)) 4112 NW 11th Court 1 bedroom house. and out. $8,500 total. WE HAVE MANY MORE' HOMES-' -'-
$50 down. $18 week.
((2)) 5810 NvV 30th Avenue 2 bedroom, Fla SIDE Completely furnished. 2 air conds. Large $TOO DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING;
'"(" room, $195 down, $22 week. enclosed patio, fenced, 2 utility rooms, $17,000 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY '
total price. Reasonable down. .
((3)) 1320 NW 39th St. 2 bedroom house. DUPLEX PLUS COTTAGE COMPLETELY 't

$100 down. $22 week. FURNISHED. Large lot. Good rental area. Near
shopping, schools, buses. Only $1,500 down.
((4)) 3150 NW 56th Street 3 bedroom house. $10,000 total.
$150 down. $22 week.
CBS 4 UNITS.2 bedrooms each apt.all furnishedOne IROKER
((5)) 3151 NW 55th Street -wk bedroom house. apt.has Fla rooll. Good rental area. $23,000 \1Ii
fence, $100 down. $22 total. Reasonable down,

((6)) 3274 NW 68th Street 1 bedroom house. $100 DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS 4932 NW 7th AVE.PL94371 .


$i l l .R Ab1iM'EtbKER

FORD REALTY INC. Broker :{ ,. ,
'* \ ..... Open Evenings-Sundays
I 2g !! .'1yfA -S33irfr
) 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 ;;!. i


THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967


ADS Home and income. Live rent Notice of intention to register
Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22. free. 2 CBS beauties on 1 lot, trade name

CBS, 1 bedroc-n: apt. 1750. front house,2 bedroom, 1 bath, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

il2DJlOR LESS $1| 50. 5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. bedroom apt. $14. Fla room' car port e, awnings that the undersigned, engaging

DEADLINE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Very large house, $25. R* .ouse.l bedroom, 1 bath, in business under the name of
Fla room, furn., on large lot.
--- Small, 2 bedroom,duplex. $19. ACE JANITOR SERVICE
FHA $15,500, $500 down. $96
CBS 1 bed. $17.50. 15720 N. W. 18th Avenue in
FOR SALE FOR SALE SALENo large apt. month. Atlantic & Pacific
FOR Deposit Required Realtors, 6660411.No the city if Opa-locka, countyof

Baby crib and mattress $9.00 Free rent plus Income. la- Closing Cost Liberty Rental Agency 2020 Dade and State of Florida,
1959 Ford 500 HP looks and vest In : Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, NW 62nd St. Call 6337809. Qualifying Intend to register the said
a new duplex. In fine 3 bedroom Fla room workshop -
CBS Fla room, carport, hardwood ,
runs good make offer see at locations name with the Clerk oftheCtr-
r The price is right and store in large
floors, FHA $11,500, room
6800 N. W. 6th Ct. cuit Court of Dade County,
235-2958. 8052 NW llth Court. 1 bed
(TF) $350 down, $71 month. Vet- fenced yard. Near everything.Only .
Florida and with the office of
erans or displaced persons rooms, u n f u r n. duplex. $15 $495 down. $82 per mo.
2 beds 1 bath,reasonable.See Furniture. Living room, 2 $100 down. Atlantic&Pacific wk. 373-3294. 685-0021. E. the Secretary of State.
at 6386 S. W. 43rd St., Leave bedrooms kitchen. Call 696- Realty 666-0411. Tip Top Realty, Dated at Miami, Florida this
:.. .. Harry Denny Realtor
-- ,
name in Mailbox. 0945. 1855 NW 74th Street. Cash buyers investors, here 6 new large bedroom apts. 750 23rd day of June 1967.

is a steal!! Only 6000. 2 NW 70th St. Adults. Monthly Sacrifice by owner. Modern JOHN JAMES

3 BEDROOM 2 BATH bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, rental. 444-3673, 446-7574. CBS duplex in nice neighborhood. and
CBS corner, 98 x 100 lot,car- Reduced $1900 CBS, stucco on extra large NATHANIEL MCCALL

port, completely fenced, Owner must sacrifice, beautiful corner lot. Hurry! Don't miss Room. Female only. Private mo. .pays$800 all.over 6940-42 FHA.NW$116 5th June 23, 30, and July 7 and 8.
this bargain. Atlantic & Pacific -
sprinkler system, patio cen- 2 bedroom, CBS with car- Realtor 6660411.No bath and entrance. 925 NW Ave.ffipr information, Call:

tral1reat. built-in kitchen, porte. New paint lovely yard. 52nd Street. Phone 757-4767. 443-8804. Open Sat. and Sun.
Twp dwellings. NW 6th Place,
total 15500.00 no closing Only $10,000 full price Qualifying 10-4 p.m. Miami Lots 9 and 10 Block
cost downpayment $500.00 2258 NW 78th Street Workshop and store room in Furn. 1 bedroom. Adults only. 14, NW 7th Avenue addition.
(Vets $200.00) monthly Universal large fenced yard. Near every- Price: $12,000. Brokers
Realty Realtors 6837 NW 6th Ave. Electric and pro-
thing.Only $495 down. $82 per SR 22's FILED
tected. Carl
See Aetna Call T. Hoffman
I $96.21. today. 751-8642 month. Tip Top Realty, 685- water. $20 weekly or$18 wkly Save $ E-Z terms. Auto owner, phone: 757-521UA 4) ,
i Realth (Broker), 811 N.W. 54 0021.E. Harry Denny,Realtor. 4113 NW 23rd Ave. $20 wkly. Home Life. Able Insurance --. --. ,. '- -

St. Phone: 757-5724, Open 7 Attention! Lawyers, doctors 8383 NW 15th Ave, house, $21 Agency, Phone: 757-5842 811 --0-
days. and nurses. 9 unit 1 story bldg., 3 bedroom, 2 bath wkly. 1405 NW 51st St. $26
NW 54th Street. Open 7 days. LOTS OF LOTSAll
Huge Fla room, porch, garage,
below N. E. 79th Street and
wkly. Dixie Rental Agency
oak floors fire place, huge
9030 N.W. 9th COURT Bis. Blvd. Bus 9 sizes for sale.
on corner. lot, large rooms, $750 down. 3203 NW 17th Ave6332429. Easy
Large, 2 bedroom, bath, bedroom, 2 baths, plus apt.. $125 mo. pays all with $3,500 MIAMI TIMiS: terms. Corner Duplex. Good

large corner lot, air-condi- carpeted, can be professional cash. $65 mo. See 4121 NW 1 bedroom duplexes and apts. ADVERTISERSAppreciate income We buy land or

tioned, central heat, 2 car gar- building, convalescent home 11th Place Owner 758-8749. $15-$26 weekly. Dixie Rental your business. homes.

age, tile roof nice area. FHA $28,900. Owner 758-7072( or --No-Qualifying Agency, 3203 NW 17th Ave., They are courteous and HEED MONEY?

$15,800.00 downpayment 947-6848. Workshop and store room In 633-2429. dependable. Support them! BARON JE 8-1340
$600.00 (Vets $200.00). Mon-
-- large fenced yard. Near every-
thly only $97.50 be first Small 2 bedroom house. Good thing. Only $495 down. $82 per 2 bedroom house and duplex.

don't delay. Call Aetna Realty location. $1600 full price. 1I'I1.:>n\b. Tip Top Realty, 685- 4760 NW 21st Ave. $25 wkly.

(Broker), 811 N.W. 54th St., Cash. 2240 Fifth Way South, 0021. E. Harry Denny, Realtor,' 2255 NW 41st St. $23 wkly. WANTEDMAN

Phone: 757-5724, Open 7 days. Hialeah. Owner 665-1633. FHA Dixie Rental Agency, 3203 NW

I $7200 17th Ave. 633-2429.
4 BEDROOM 2 BATH House Richmond Heights. 7 $300 Down Payment
2 bedroom, D. C. pine, unfurn. Deliver to stores Fridays. Liberal comis-
Spacious home, has everythingyou rooms, bedroomssplit-level House, 1805 NW 76th Terr.,
need in a beautiful home, with 2. car garage, awnings, Open 736 NW 1-5 p.m.66th Sunday Street 2 bedroom, unfurn., $20 wkly., sion. Right person can build paying business.

wall to wall carpeting, sprinkler fence, 'price ,$16,500. $600 Call Mr. WilsonJ. immediate occupancy. 5661/2 Write Publisher, P. 0. Box 1171, Jackson-

system fenced yard, a down. Mar-Dan Associates, K. Realty, Realtors NW 22nd St. Large efficiency, ville. Give details and phone number.
lovely pool and patio. FHA 1698 Coral Way. HI 52557. 947-7571 unfurn. Couple only. $16 wk.
$18,500.00 no closing costs. -- $5,000 total price. Perfect immediate occupancy. Call

Downpayment $800.00 (Vets By owner. Carol City. No qualifying home for small family. UOoodown Mr. Gross daily 444-2126 or

$500.00, monthly $113.53You immediate occupancy 5 years pays off balance., eves HI 8-2824. MALE HELP WANTED
must see this home today. Beautiful, $18,000,4 bedroom, Air cond., Fla room, lovely

Aetna Realty (Broker), 811 N. 2 bath, garage, central heat, kitchen, small, but neat. 2240 1 bedroom furnished cottageapt. FLEET SERVICE DRIVER

W. 54th St., Phone: 757-5724, loaded with extras. $2,000 NW 92nd St. (Jul 14) Adults only. $22.50 including Experienced Truck Tire Changer

Open 7 days. down. Buy our equity. 5-1/4% all utilities. 1012 NW Immediate Opening
1707 NW 81st Terrace
mortgage. Balance $12,000. 75th Street. PL 4-7966.
Neat frame home, excellent Average $100 weekly better
19501 N., W. 38th AVENUE $100 pays principle, interest, or
GORGEOUS taxes, insurance: anti garbage. location. FHA. valuation is U'x40' store. $50 month. With excellent fringe benefits including hos-
2 bedroom 2 bath.
3 Bedroom, 2 bath,built-in refrigerator 624.7Z4$. $10,000. ,all furn- (22'x40') $100, full bath, sink, pitalization.
built-in oven, Will include nearly zone BU-3, no city taxes. 1065 APPLY:
Includes vacant -
See This Beajty ishings gratis. NW 79th St. FR 9-2110.
sprinkler system, patio, cen- lot fenced in rear fac- NORTON TIRE CO.
tral heat FHA only $500.0C Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. ---- --
82nd St. suitable for 5300 NW AVE.EDISON .
ing NW Rooms. Middle men only.
down (Vets only$200.00)) mon- 42 NW 84th Street
home Down Preferable those work during
building a pay-
thly $96.21 Aetna Realty FHA, 2 bedroom 2 bath, Fla ment $300. Low monthly pay- day tolive reasonable,comfor

(Broker), 811 N.W. 54th St., room, garage, no closing: ments. No closing cost.Owneron table. 7593360.
Phone: 757-5724, Open7days. costs. $17,000.Ask -
For Margie premises (Jul 7) Nice 1 bedroom, CDS apt. $18

Valentine Realtor weekly. Call Uberty Rental
3 bedroom, 2 bath, beautifully Agency, 633-7809 at 2020 NW
4 BED 2 BATH 758-4433 62nd Street. Specials
decorated and carpeted, cen-
tral heat, back fenced, owner
the expensive extras In- $4000 Total Cash must sell. Offers. Unfurn. two bedroom duplex.

cluded. Don't miss this great 4 bedroom bungalo,furnished 2752 NW 60th St. Newly de-

opportunity $700 down or less Excellent for older people with I corated. References required.
down C 2 P.M. SUNDAY
No qualifying, $2,350 OPEN AFTER
$17,500 total. 1 mortage. Walkto large family. Call A. Ben- $90 per month. Call owner.
2 bath yard
bedroom, large ,
Fulford School and 163rdSt. Kori, Realtor, 7512243.No liv- OX 6-2392. 130 NW 68 STREET
loads of shrubbery, large
Shopping Center. Open Saturday ing room, eat/in kitchen, ter- 4 bedroom, plus Fla room.CBS,tile roof. Only $14,700
and Sunday, 1-5 p.m. Qualify razzo floors. AlA Realty, 751- $16 per week. 1 bedroom apt. totol.price. FHA terms. $350 down. Nice lot, 68x110.
\ 1301 N.E. 153rd Street 4 bedroom, drive by 8013 m 1402. Free gas and water. 6041 NW Half block to bus. Near all schools.

10th Court. $900 down or offer. 24th Avenue.

3 bed, 2 bath- Fla. room air- Total $6900, at $60 mo. Some FOR RENT

conditions, all appliances, furniture. Ben-Kori, Realtor, CHILD CARE CALL EDISON TO SEE THE FOLLOWING
brick barbecue hurri-
patio, 751-2243. PROPERTIES
Room for nice young man. 691-
cane shutters, $13,00 total. Care for infants and toddlersin
$400 down or less. 1 mortgage 4205. my home. 691-1954. ((1)) Ho qualifying. $830 down. FHA already placed.Off .
7th in 40', $90 everything.CBS .
world war II vets don'tletyourGI 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Ave. mo. pays
2 bedroom duplex. On 45th St tile roof
138C I garage.
Certificates expire Waterfront. Drive by Clean reliable woman or girl
NE 5-4934. ((2)) CBS duolex. Terrazzo floors.$400 down FHA.Hear
Park-Manor Realty, (Broker) Little River Drive, Only keep my child in your home or 5th Ave. in 60's. No closing cost.

666 N. E. 128th Street, Phone $19,000, $900 down cool FHA.home 2139 NW 47th Terr. Large 2: mine nights. 759-6026. ((3)) $66.78 mo. pays everything. No qualifying. FHA

PL 1-8295. Beautiful grounds, 751- bedroom apt. $22 wk. 373- mortgage already placed. Takes $1500 down. 3
A. Ben-Kori, Realtor 7973. bedroom CBS. Near 17th Ave. in 80's.

$400 down 2 bed, 2 bath, CBS, 2243. Childcare in my home. Your ((4)) No qualifying, lovely corner, CBS home. Beautiful

80' x 125" fenced lot, excel Room private home. Prefer child will have the very best modern kitchen. FHA already placed. Near 17th

lent cond., $100 month pays 5 Apts elderly couple or single per- of care. 759-8335. Ave. in 90's.

all. $9950.00. 2942 N. W. 58th Make money, be a landlord. son to live< with elderly per- ((5)) 3 bedroom CBS Terrazzo floors, air cond., wall to

Street. FR 9-2110. Only $4000 down buys this good son. 758-8128. MISCELLANEOUSGive wall carpeting, $12,500 total. Bonk financing avail

located income property. CallA. -- your child music lessons. able. 9th Ave. & 83rd St.

Excellent for Doctor, Dentist, Ben-Kori, Realtor 751- Duplex. Living room, large Call 691-4961 after 6 p.m. ((6)) Large clean home with beautiful swimming pool

Professional Man, 3 Sbedrms 2243. bedroom, large kitchen and and 2 Fla.rooms and 2 reverse cycle airconditioners.

2 baths, CBS, Tile floor in Fla. bath. Partially furn. 4019 NW SEWING MACHINE REPAIR. Also has cottage. 2 lots, 100x100. $15,500 total.

rm, terrazzo floors throughout :X3rd Aven-je. 8830643. Clean, oil and adjust your ------ ----_.... _-----
sprinkler system, aspholt R-l Lot. 75x105. City water, sewing machine,regardless 0 f WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA

parking area for 6 cars, city NW 104th Terr. Mature fruit t: 1 bedroom cottage COl1ven- make, model, console: or portable TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
water and sewage, large cor- trees, near school shoppingand iently located. Furnished or Singer, Phaff, Necchi, Kenmore CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
ner with extra lot $15,000 bus lines. Cash or terms untu-n. Reasonable to right ,westinghouseElnaAtl $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

$1,500 down, $110.00 monthly. $2900. 691-8348. (Jul 21)] party. 2161 NW 58th Street. Kingston Dressmaker, Morse, DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN .3UAI IFY.

Carlton Realty(Broker)Phone 691734. Brother, etc. $2.50 plus parts,
635-3177. if necessary. All work done OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
----'--- ---
In your house. 9458402.
Lovely room, nice settled I .
No Qualifying -
No Qualifying 3 bedrooms, Fla.room,work- lady p'e;.rce\l.Convenient location HELP WANTED mm 1 WIY ReitJK r r ,

3 bedroom, Fla room, work in large Call 7510294.
store room
shop School teachers and college
shop and store room in large fenced yard. Near everything.Only -Front--bedroom for lady or students over 21. Earn money '175 '62nd, Si. 7512441CLASSIFIED ,-
fenced yard. Near everything. mo.
$495 down. $82 per Zib-
over vacation. Will train.
Only $495 down. $82 per mo. 685-0021 E. couple on bus ial jitneylies.;
Tip Top Realty, ler Taxi Cab Co. FR 4-6121.
Tip Top Realty, 685-0021. E. Harry Denny, Realtor. Privileges 634-0733. July 28
Harry Denny Realtor.




-44 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, July 14, 1967


Negroes Musl Have ColoradoThe Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan
Koontz became the first
committee trans- I
portation tothe National Bap- American Negro to be elected I

White tist Convention in Denver, vice president, presidentelect
Allies in Fight Colorado which: will conveneon of the National Educa-
Association 7,
tion July
the 6th of September, has
Nashville, Tenn. Civil Rustin is executive directorof of the Negro problem and insisted made arrangements to charter The occasion was the 105th
rights leader Bayard Rustin the A. Phillip Randolph Institute that Negroes can unite another bus which will be bus' anniversary convention of the
said here that the "separatist and was a leader of the against racism. No. 2. NEA. Held in Minneapolis,
methods" of Stokely Carmi- 1964 mass "march on Wash- "No, my dear, all Negroes Reservations on the first Minnesota, July 2-7, the con-
chael are no help totheAmerl- ington. cannot get together," Rustin bus have all been sold, and vention theme was "Commit-
can Negro. His remarks against Car- replied. "The problem with eight i additional fares have ment to Professional Excel-
"If Stokely and his ilk be- michael, the "black power" Negroes is that they're just been paid which could not be lence" chosen by President +
lieve this society is ever goingto spokesman and former chair- like white people. I know it's accomodated on bus No. 1.Because Irvamae Applegate.
do anything special for Ne- man of the student NonVio of this, and the numberof u.
groes, they are profoundly lent Coordinating Committeewere ugly but it's true." other individuals wantingto The 5,205delegates who
wrong," Rustin told the Race challenged by listeners.Mrs. The civil rights movementof attend the largest organi- cast their votes for "Libby'Koontz ELIZABETH D. KOONTZ
Relations Institute at Fisk Eileen Carpenter of 1967 has moved from the zation In the world,Irene Pratt who was unopposed in
University. "We have to have Nashville argued with Rustin protest decade of 19551965into has been instructed to secure her quest for the highest officein take "bold action' so forcefully -
allies. that economics is not the heart a period in which Negroes another bus. Miss Marie professional educational enunciated in the speech
must seek political alliances, White chairman has requestedany organizations, were by far a delivered earlier by Braulia
Rustin said. individual wishing to attend majority of the total 6,572 reg- Alonso, of Tampa, accepting
The of should contact Dr. IreneG. istered. Over 200 North Carolinians -
"period protest"must the gravel as President of NEA
Private Schools be replaced with pro Pratt, phone 635-7659 or who donned red,white for 196768.
grams dealing with housing, call at her home, 1211 N.W. and blue uniforms throughoutthe
schools and jobs, and it is in 41st Street. The fare to Den- week, witnessed the official Mrs. Koontz, a teacher in
these programs that Negroes ver and back will only be $80. report by the elections the Salisbury, North Carolina,
I Called ThreatTo must work with whites, he ad- All religious workers regard- committee with a loud hurrah. schools, served NEA through
less of church or denomination Her brother, Joseph Duncan, her local and state departments -
ded.Rustin called the trade union are invited to attend.It served as the campaign man- of classroom teachers;
movement the Negroes' is at just such meetings ager for the event. and as a participant on the Ad-
ducation "most fundamental ally, and souls are revived and chris- visory C ounell of NEA. She
Honorable Hubert H. Hum-
the vicious attack on it by Negroes tians are inspired and learn, served as president-elect and
phrey Vice President of the
is about the masters work President of the NEADepartment -
basically stupid. more
Minneapolis .Right wing old McGuffey Readers
geo- United States, guest speakerfor
of Classroom Teachers
The Negro must to the and how to make plans for
extremists are threatening graphy, penmanship, and German say the July 7 session congratulated -
union "that we do not kingdom building. Ma ny whp are 1964-66.
future of education while agree
public by de-emphasing social the NEA for the Im-
establishing "private schoolsof sciences.In with the black power people- not interested in the cause of plementation of the principalof She has been cited by the
indoctrination," aGlenviewIll. who have no program anyway missions, pastors, deacons, human rights and the worthof AKA Sorority as an outstand-
another matter the .
that there is for officers and laymen become
( .) civic leader warned Wed- NEA's influential educational each Individual thru the ing woman; and, by her own
whites, Rustin added. interested and much in this
nesday. election of Koontz. He Sorority Zeta Phi Beta as
policies commission urged the Rustin, who for seven field is accomplished for the Mrs. ,
Mrs. Norma Morrison, federal to called upon the educators to woman of the year.
government remove
salvation of souls.
was special assistant to Mar-
chairman of the Committee for
Advancing the Democratic the strings,attached to its aid tin Luther King, called for "a

Process -an antiextremistgroup to education. $2 minimum wage right
the at :away," as well as government-
gave warning Instead of developing
the 105th annual meeting of the special-purpose programs .sponsored medical care and
National Education Assn. like its two-year-old aid pro- I guaranteed jobs for all people.CORRECTION .

(NEA). gram for low-income young-
One such fundamental right- stersthe government should
wing school she said, was give money directly to the
opened last year in Chicago's states to spend on educationas In the article appearing in
northern suburbs with a cur- they see fit, the committeesaid. the July 7th issue about the
riculum that intermingles the Kook's Kindergarten gradua-
tion, I erroneously stated that
The committee said that the school is owned and oper-
Miamians federal guidelines accom- ated by Carliss and Mary Cook. Dancing & Fun 'Til 5 AM
panying its categorical or spe- The school is owned by Mrs.
cial purpose programs have M. Bryant and operated by
Attend brought "powerful federal Mrs. Carliss Cook.
control of education." Signed A.C. Adams.



Mrs. Bessie L. Brunt, pre- BANKING AT LINCOLN?
sident of the Opa-lockabranch
of the National Association for John -------F -; :
Full Service :
the Advancement of Colored Begg Banking "
People, said that the 58th annual .1,,'.
convention of the organi- With Hours Tailored
: ,
zation in Boston this week will .
attract some 2,000 delegates ..( iA
from Local the 50 states. To Fit YourConvenience "'
delegates attendingthe
convention include: Mrs.
Brunt, Mr. Richard Powell, }
president of Libety City NAA
CP Branch; Mrs. Vernell Al- t ; ', dt
bury, treasurer of Miami ey e 't "
branch; Mr. Neal Adams,exe-
cutive committee member and t
Fr. Theodore R. Gibson, past FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO ro
president of the Miami branch. 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY
N.r rt ossa EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.

UNTIL 8:00 P.M.


.. constipation Isyour prob- OPEN ON SATURDAY FROM Teller Trainee

lem and, and you've still tried looking everything for- 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON Came to Lincoln I from Miami

n'l'li Jackson High in Sept. 1965 asa
sant tasting tablet, effec- ,.;
tive and yet mild. Tones the ;"f'" :.::.:(-.;:.:...' TRANSACTIONS ONLY: DCT trainee. After graduating
system as It works. Sold 4 ,
only at The Tropical pharmacy Itx RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS in 1966 he remained with the

3206 Grand Ave.,Co- : -1 : CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK bank as a fulltime teller trainee
conut Grove,or send $1.00 .. ... Jdf i !
cash or money order and .. II .i'. () \. CUSTOMERS and is ready to serve you from

receive paid. 40 tablets, post I... :.. ..' ::.. :I /tltll# C I ergM RECEIVING LOANPAYMENTS 8 a.m. each morning at the con-
.. .+. e ,_ rlt !)r I n !tUTCH WH)51iy) f'
,qv.A AN- Drive-up Window.

KINDERGARTEN CENTERVILLA wu here! Lincoln Is Your Bank. Use itl!

5861 NW 17th AVENUE

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f Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phont 759-4431
I x taste U gentle and whose price U I light.
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