The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00487

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I Top Pros Here For Low Cost Housing Conference : i

A group of the
most housing
meeting in Miami
tomorrow with local

mortgage lenders,
and housing groups
ference on Low and..
Cost Housing.,
Lee Black,
list for the Dado
Relations Board,
nate the meeting
the Everglades Hotel.The
conference t I
will feature
speakers and

national stature in
----.r .-. _
ing sessions, with

I. Liberty City Merchants Ask Better Tougher Gun LawsIn William Renewal U.S.Keynote S.and Slayton,' :'

tive vice president

Protection During Crime Wave Effect SundayMiamiDade America Albert L.Inc.

tant to the regional

Terrified by a rash of armed silently, but returned later in Mel Good, another owner of trator for Equal
robberies, Liberty City mer- the day to tell their troubles two liquor stores, along with gun laws will On the licensing of gun deal Department of
make it harder for persons to ers the law of the is Urban
chants county
were promised better to the
openly commission.Jack Cone, asked the commissionto
protection Monday by Chief the he buy firearms in a fit of anger, perhaps the tougher of the two. one of the
give Headley
Walter Headley and the Miami Cone, owner of two needs to bring his departmentup or Just because they want a Every littcense issued by Thompson has been
gun. Metro is good for only one for several days
Commission. liquor stores and president of to full force.
Headley said he would add the Independent Retail Liquor On Sunday both laws will go year. with local groups.
two policemen, walking the Dealers Association said 22 Mayor Steve Clark said,"U into effect. Those exempted from these Others who will
beat, to squad car patrols dealers have been robbedin the chief says he needs more The restrictions In both restrictions by both are: Conference are ,
cruising the area. the last six months. money to recruit more police laws include a 72-hour waitGun show, conference or executive director,
The delegation of white and /'It is a very bad situation officers, this is exactly what ing period between purchase convention participants attending New Jersey Housing
Negro merchants'met for a .when a man has to stay in his we're going to do."- ., and delivery. Both Miami and a, meeting sponsored development ; :
two-hour closed door confer; .business.with .a gunia reach,... .Clark also urged; citizens t$: Metro outlaw the sale'of firearms -? 'by anOD-profit state or na- ton Schomer,
ence with Headley and City lock the door and not know cooperate and help alerting to felons, narcolics id- tlohaf organization, Commissioner for 28)I:
Manager Melvin Reese. whether the man walking in has police from any vehicles with diets and drunks, without ily Housing (HUD);'
They came out of the session a pistol or a Shotgun' two radios. qualification. Persons on record with police Cox, director,
The laws of both provide for or Sheriff's Department ginia Housing 1
detailed application forms as gun owners. C. Floyd Cooper,
to becompleted at the dealAll policemen. Miami's law American Federal
Gunmen Take $6,000 er's. Both measures exempt also includes persons issued Loan Association,
I from the application private permits as "Speclalpol1ceof-, Florida. 4
persons trading weapons with ficers. The Conference
a dealer or trades among non- Persons trading one operable "because of the many
From Savings & LoanMore dealers. firearm for another (continued on page

than$6,000 in cash and: ami Gardens Drive- at abou t and took $365 in cash.
jewelry was grabbed by four 12:30 p.m., bound Vice President Directed to the scene, Miami -. Tighten Up Housing j i I
Negro gunmen from a North George Mickwee, three i policeman Daniel Bailey
west section savings and loan women and a guard after removing ran into the bar as the gunmenr I
association branch Monday. about $300 in.Jewelrj raced out the rear door.At the Housing officials said Sun- The existing city code will county code in the I
They escaped after bindingfive ''and cash 'same time thepatronsemerg- day that Metro's housing code be enforced in the city and the the code question is j
employes with belts and Less than half hour later,a n ed from the restrooms and Into will be moved up to meet the
tape.. apparently unrelated four- Bailey's line of fire. standards of Miami's law when j
FBI investigators reportedthat some herded a dozen patronsat ; The burglars escaped. Investigation the city Neighborhood Rehabilitation Florida licenses First
four men carrying revolvers the Cafe Society, 1994 NW' of both holdups Is Department .1
entered the Dade Federal 3rd Ave. in a restroom after, being continued, officers said. changes are;
Savings and Loan Association holding up operator Raymond Housing Court, an'appeal Negro Mortage Broker :
branch at 1780 NE Ml- Appel, of 3620 SW 18th Terr., bench to replace the Miami
Housing Appeals Board and Lee A.B 1 a c k,recently received
City Court. I notification from State
Field Offices around the 'Comptroller Fred 0. Dickinson -
I Kenneth Walker { county, so inspectors and administrators : that he passed the mortgage
can zero in on a brokerage
Desegregation Consultant problem more quickly. Black is currently licensed
:md bonded under the firm
More Inspectors, paid for ,name of Housing Opportunity
Kenneth D.Walker,formerly the UM's Division of Continuing
with additional federal funds
part-time consultant with Education as project director ;Mortgage Enterprise(HOME).
officials hope to secure along The firm will specialize in
the for the Liberia Peace
University of Miami'sSouth
training with urban renewal as a pack- :arranging financing through
FloridaSchoolDesegre- Corps program.
age. j Insurance companies and ._wd
gation Consulting Center, has The Neighborhood Rehabill- ,mortgage bankers for new
been appointed a fulltime con- Walker was formerly assistant -
tation Department will merge 1 and resl.
j>single> mulUfamUy
sultant principal at North Dade
according to Dr.
Metro's Department of (dential construction InCentral
Michael J. Stolee director of High. He is now completingwork
and Urban
Housing Develop. ;ind South Florida. The firm
his doctorate at the
the center. Walker replaces on
ment under the direction of
j recently Joined the Florida .
Mark Adams, who has Joined University of Miami. OJ .... ,
Haley( Sofee. 1 Mortgage Brokers Association -
Mrs. Range II I: and is also a member of LEE A. BLACK
Some of the areas which the ;i National Association, the gland bank, the
Mrs. !Miami code covers and the i United Mortgage Bankers of Bank and Trust Co.,
Patsy Evans, 121 Years, Appointed To Metro law does not,Sofge said, America Conn.

I ire room space heating, minimum A native of Central Florida, He is presently a
Oldest Resident Breaks Hip Interama Board temperature for hot Hack came to South Florida and bonded general
rater, continuous pest externlnation a year ago and has worked asa in both the city of
City Commissioner M.r and a resident manager housing specialist for Dade's the County of
Mrs. Patsy Evans, who was She was born a slave in Athalle Range was appointed for buildings of certain Economic; Opportunity Program He also holds a
121 years old last Feb. 4, fell Georgia. Kenneth Valentine, on Wednesday by Cov. Claude s:izes. and the Community Reitions business
and broke her hip Tuesday. manager of the Miami Social Kirk to the Interama Author- The city department probably 1; Board. Morgan State College
night at her home. 118 NW 45 Security office said Mrs. ity Board. Mrs. Range was will not be physically His background in mortgage more, Marylandanda
Evans is the oldest person in named to fill the unexpired noved: for a few months until 11(ending include experience as degree in urban I
St. She was admitted to Jack the United States on Medicare pace: is provided lathe Mtro
term of the late Miami Mayor a real estate broker and em- the University of
son Memorial Hospital. rolls. Robert King High Justice Building, said Sofge. p loyment with a large New En- (continued on page

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2 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday.. September 29. 1967

1 300 Elected Negro Officals Hold Educational. Conference. I IMore

than 300 Negroes who officials from 11 states at a and how to get government, and building a dialogue on Georgia will lead a discussion miuee, win participate in a
hold elective office from Congressman -\planning meeting in Chicago on foundation, and civic assis- various issues designed to on "Negro Economic SecurityJobs and panel Mr.Practical Sutton politics"
and Welfare emphasized
to Board of Education July 29, will open on Friday tance for their respective help secure greater participation this will be that
militant author a
Bannett "non-partisan
members throughout the evening, September 29 and will communities.The in the decision-making Lerone ,
country will participate in a continue at the Center through Conference officials processes of the political pow and historian, and senior no-nonesense, hardworking *
three-day, non-partisan: Sunday afternoon, October 1. have been assisted in structuring er structure of both parties.Mr. editor of Ebony Magazine,will educational conference and
hardworking educational conference Center officials are assistingthe the sessions by Dr. Sutton will keynote the discuss "The Negro's Role in not a restatement or re-iden
to,seek answers and Conference officers inar- Kenneth B. Clark, nationally- three-day sessions on Friday U. S. politics.''Separate panel tification of the Afro-Ameri
methods on how the'Negro can rangin final details. known psychologist and social night, September 29,discussing discussions will be held on can problems."We .
better participate in the total Discussion papers have scientist, and presently president "Why We Are Here." "Civil Disorders" and are here to get better
economic and political life of been prepared in specific of the MetropolitanAppli- Senator Dymilly will presideat "Practical problems and Solutions tools and equipment to do

the nation, from September 29 areas by experts in various ed Research Center, Inc., and this opening session.Dr. for Negro Elected Of something about the problemthat
through October 1, at the University fields and a panel of distinguished his staff Financing for the Clark will deliver an address ficials" during the confer- has long been identified.
of Chicago's Centerfor Negro and white government Conference has been arrangedwith on "The Roll of The ence. The Afro-American official
Continuing Education, at private and civic the help of the Field, Ford Elected Negro Public Officialin Rep. John Conyers, of Detroit today faces a unique problemin
1307 East 60th Street, Chicago leaders will present their Rockefeller and Taconic the Changing American Mich., will address the his attempt to improve his
Illinois. views on them to'the Confer- Foundations.The Scene," kicking off one of the dinner meeting on Saturday, own status and that of his com.
"This historic meeting will ence delegates in a series of purpose of the Conference major J Conference discus- September 30. Louis Martin, munity In the total political
be strictly educational In nature closed workshop and panel is to assist the elected sions. Deputy Chairmin the Demo- structure and at the same
with no political structureor sessions. In addition,study Negro public official in fulfilling Dr. Vivian Henderson, well- cratic National Committee, time, come to grips with his
elections, and no political sessions will be held to assist his role as an elected official known economist and President and Clarence Townes, of the responsibilities as an elected
resolutions are expected," the elected officials on where by exploring positions of Clark College,Atlanta, Republican National Com public official."
declared Manhattan Borough

President Percy E. Sutton, of ," "
New York C ity,and State Senator V d.f% ".a '. .!,.ii'w'f\:i rx't' .v j .4 j"I
Mervyn M. Dymallyof
Angeles, Conference co-
chairmen. f q
State Representative A.
June Franklin, a Democrat, of
Des Moines, Iowa, is Confer
ence Secretary,and State Rep- .. F Fr Ft

resentative Woodrow Wilson,
a Republican, of Las Vegas,
Nevada, is Conference Coor s
The Conference / 9 f # $
agreed ,4 D
upon by a group of 28 elected

i :

Perrine To Get 1$ 44

138 Low Cost "461

y i 4
+ *
Housing UnitsOn .A ?4 ,

Wednesday the Miami
',4 e iy'
Housing Authority voted to r NJ. a } 4.L
purchase a 17-acre site in
west Perrine to build units for
low-income families and elderly

people. '
Haley Sofge, executive director
of the authority, said 4 S I4 r j/( '
the P e r r I n e project will include -
138 family units and 20
for the elderly.The
1 S
site is bounded by Eureka 1t, 4 k '

Drive, S. W. 104th Ave., 1 1f
Homestead Avenue and Quail

Roost Drive. ,
The units will be part of the

2,400 public housing units that L 4.
have received federal and lo M I t iw
commitments forcon- j.

struction.The .
Equal Opportunity : r z } )
gram Inc., has already
proved the site and the prO-I i f 1 f ,,

for tnr '

public housing units will
cepted late in October for the I c:

first, Urban Renewal projectfor
the Central Negro District,

Sofge Negro told representatives the Authority. and 750 See Ground Broken For Florida' Memorial' College I

.'h"... .,.. .. ..........t... .ftA _ft ft'..
"' '''UJJ'\oUU\l 'O4UO:;'iI, iiL i1J -
meeting some weeks ago, approved Florida State Insurance Also at the college site at
((3) Rabbi
) Irving Lehrman construction of Florida Memorial
Broward Williams, Dr. Pur
public housing in the Commissioner, Broward Williams NW 156th St. and Lejeune Rd. .
right, a member of the Advi College on Its new site.
first year, Rev.A. H. Parker, right,
project. right joins President, were left to right Dr. RoyalW. I
sory Board of the college,welcomes Dr. Graham is joined from :and two of the lovely FMC
George W. Gore, Jr., left,and puryear, 0. D. Jack Hen Dr. Puryear,presidenof t left to right by Commissionert I coeds.
The area is bounded by NW President, Dr. Royal W. Pur- derson, chairman of the college Dade County's newes
22nd and 11th Streets and the year of Florida Memorial Col- Crime Prevention Found school of higher educationDr.

North-South Expressway and lege, in breaking ground for er's Club, Rev. A. H. Parker, : DAVIS'WINDOWS '
NW 3rd Ave.Howard the new $10,000,000 campusof president of the Education and Lehrman conducted the
FMC, which will open for Missionary Baptist State Con invocation and summerariz-
Semi- classes in Sept., 1968 with 750 vention and Rev.J.A. F. Fin- ed the importance of the col DOORS
students. layson, President of the Bap- lege to all regardless of race,
nary, now Howard University JALOUSIE SOLD
(2)) The ground breaking tist Florida State General creed or color. I
founded in
was Washington
D. C. in 1866. brought out over 750 people Conventon.Nine WINDOW GLASSINSTALLED HUNG
who were entertained by the (4)) Rev. EdwardTGrahamC
Northwestern HighSchoolband buildings will be builton hair m a n of the Board oi i REPAIRED

MISCELLANEOUSAvalon directed by David Paschal a total $10,000,000.college Trustees, third from right,
campus. looks determined about the 696-4077 8523 NW 22 Ave

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September: 29, 1967 3

Miami Girl Heads Jersey City 2 Elder! Women Slain In Quarrel


Job Corps CenterJersey Two elderly West Palm taneously," Heidtman'said. had killed the women.

City, N. J, Miss Beach women were stabbed to
The of Mrs. Randolphwas Moore's son and daughter-
Carolyn Ambros, 19daujhter death Monday morning at Rivi- body
of Mrs mild i red Ambros( of era Beach and their assailantwas found in a pool of blood under in-law, Mr and Mrs. James
chair in the Moore, called police to the
charged with first degree a living room,
2183 NW 70th Terrace, Miam',
murder. with 16 stab wounds in the up- scene. They had stopped by
has been elected President of
per left chest. Mrs. Jeffer- Moore's house to visit him
the Associated S t u den t Gov
John Moore, 67, of 1301 Silver son's body was under a tablein Mrs. Moore ran to a neigh
ernment, at the Jersey City Job
Beach Road, was bookedin the same room. bor's house and summoned an
Corps for Women.
Palm Beach County Jail on ambulance and police.
Miss Ambrose is the first
two counts t of first degree Police arrived at Moore's
student President of the
Cen- murder. Moore confessed the house about 11:30: a.m. and After being questioned by
ter,which opened March 29th. double-slaying when arrested found Mm sitting on a couch in Riviera Beach police, Moore
More than 90 percent of the itj Sheriff William Heidtmansaid. the living room with the alleged was turned over to the Palm
student body, which comes murder weapon in his poc- Beach Sheriffs Office, and
from 27 states, the Virgin Islands ket. He surrendered, and told was further questioned, then
and the District I of
The victims, who lived inMoore's Patrolman: AnthonyO'Brienhe booked into the county Jail.
Columbia, voted In the first
house,were Mrs.Re-
elects *.
all-Center becca Randolph, 63, and Mrs.
The new Preslftrut receiveda }\ ;'!> Albertha Jefferson, 80.Police
gavel, symbol of her office, !
said they were killed about 9 iPh :1I
from Mayor Thoims. Whelan :. :
of Jersey City shortly after the ,, .it';;;'tJi ", "' ,','
election. ; broke out when I
'" ) A quarrel vAk
Miss Ambrose, a Health Occupations ", Moore looked into the refrig-
student who is study- erator for a piece of meat and k Vr L
ing to become a licensed prac- did not find it, Sheriff Heidt g
tical nurse, is a 1966graduateof man said. Moore accused the x
Miami Northwestern Senior women of eating the meat, the
High School. In high school she sheriff said.
was also a member of the stu- !
dent council; captainofcheer Hot words were exchanged.
leaders; treasurer of theSen- best centers in the country." and Clerical Skills, Electronics Moore pulled a folding knife _
for class and a member of the The Jersey City Job Corps Assembly, Cosmetologyand t with a six inch blade from his
Future Nurses of America and Center for Women provides Culinary Arts. pocket and stabbed Mrs. Randolph -
the Drama Club. vocational training, general The program is financed un, several times in the
Speaking of the Job Corps education, and training in der a $4 million contract frorr\ chest, police said.
Center, she termed:! it, "a fine Home and Family Living for the Office of Economic Oppor
place to come if you want to young women from disadvant- tunity. The Jersey City YWCA' He then stabbed Mrs. Jefferson /T :: M
further your education.The aged backgrounds. In additionto is Prime Contractor;the Phil once in the right side 4 wl
mew Student Government wantsto Health Occupations, pro- co-Ford Corporation is subcontractor of her chest, police said. Both
help make this one of the grams are offered in Business women died f'almostinstanCENTERVILLA -

"Project Concern" Conference_ For


Teenagers Oct. 7 KINDERGARTEN

5861 NW 17th AVENUE Members of the newly formed Young Adults Cultural
"Project Concern a Center of
program Defects University Barry College.
Group of the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church have undertaken
to promote understanding Miami School of Medicine; Maria Landry, Dade Count CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
Variety Children's Hospital their service
by youth of the problemsof Mrs Edmund Greaux, Instructor Teen Chairman, will discuss,, HOT LUNCHES as community
birth defects, will be laun- Nursing Depart- "How 'Project Concern' Affects project.
ched at the conference of 300 ment, Mia i- Dade Jr. Col- You," Miss Landry urgall On a recent visit/ / to the hospital they stopped to
s; REGISTER NOW visit little Denise Canty, age 6, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs.
teen-agers on Saturday,Oct.7 lege; and Dr.Henry McGinnis, interested Dade teenagersto
starting at 9:30 a.m. in room Dean, School of Social Work, attend the conference. S31-7796 OR 6363302Mrs. Samuel Canty 1559 NW 53rd Street. Seen with Mrs. Lee
2158, Learning Resources R. E. Copelond, Sup. Etta Thomas, their sponsor, are: (L-R) Dorothy Lenton
Center, North Campus, Mia- Community Service chairman; Martha Mitchell, presidentand
mi Dade Junior College. I Valencia Thomas, assistant secretary.

Louise A. Roy, New York, Why Not Start a Successful Life for YourselfBy --

Youth Director of The National Enrolling in ..............................
Foundation-March of Dimes,

will speak on "Birth Defects- Sunlight School 9 FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS :
The Problem with a Challenge -
," and a film, the Birth 1113 NW 3rd AVENUE e AT MODERATE RATES .
Defect Center Story," will be .
shown. Beauticians always in demand.Start any day. CALL P

The program will begin witha EASY TERMS LOW ENTRANCE FEE .. ; r M. i

man continental Mrs., and William other breakfast members Quick,servedby chair-of the VISIT OR CALL: FR 4-9998 1

Northeast Miami I Junior Wo- .I. =ml :

man's Club, conference sponsors -
A fashion show, coordi- iTh
nated Miss Edith instructor
by Zip, Champ/on
in fashion modeling at

the college, and featuring RADIO TV REPAIR I AGENCY
Sears fashions, will follow.A .
panel discussion,"Health SERVICE CALL $3.00 1A" ..
Careers," will be moderatedby : NC
Janet Barthle,Tampa,state 1488 N.W. 62nd St. :
teen chairman for the Marchof em' PL 9-8733 :
Dimes. Panelists will include
: Dr. Bernard Fogel, : .................. 9
M. D., ,Director of the Birth Bon Jordan Jr., Prop. -


: A fleet of cars and collectors give door to door service for tenant convenience. :

.HAS, THIS HAPPENED TO YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent free," (vrnisked .
IF SO 9 and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment
9 .
,, /, YOU WANT TO SEE THE PEOPLE AT 9 A public relations department to assist you with your problems .

S Tenants concern will stop vandalism and reduce th. cost of hou lng. .

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i 9 GEORGE P. HARTH, General Manager S

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DRIVE-IN PARKING S .If I am to enjoy a better life others must live better too" L. L. Brooks

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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967 _

MtbTc! To Be EqualBy e

Whitney Young, Jr.

Offc! i6530NW 15th Ave.. Miami, Fla 33147-PhoneI691.0421 Executive Director By Booker T. Hayes \ v' ,

H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher National Urban League

GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Friends Are Such
STANLEY I I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor

National Advertising Representative/ Responsibility Of The MediaThrough Wonderful PeopleIt

Amalgamated Publishers, Inc. is with heartfelt gratitude that I take this opportunity to
the and Americans bombarded -
310 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. 10017 newspapers, to the friends
and appreciation many
millions of words of There isn't offer my thanks
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association daily by news reports.
2400 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III. 60616 another country in the world where news flows so freely or ii u claimed a share of my loss in the recent death of my beloved -

such abundance. Despite this, most Americans aren't as well wife. in our hour of desperation we are selfish enough to be-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES is capable of understanding the magnitude of our
Informed as they should be. lieve no one
grief. It is only when we see the despair registered on the

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Pot't They get the facts- what happened today-- but little of the faces of relatives and friends that we begin realize we are
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 .background needed to understand the meaning of current not alone in our sorrow. It is only then we begin to muster the

"CREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" events. The media have a responsibility to inform the nationof courage to accept the fate God has set aside for us. The effort

The NEGRO PRESS believes that America can best lead news events, and this they do quite well, but they also have by some to console when they themselves are as much in need,
the world from racial and national antagonism when It accordsto the responsibility to educate and enlighten Americans about is heartwarming They come with the intention of offering an
every man regardless of his race, creed or color his human
.. the social of expression of sympathy but words suitable for the occasion
and legal rights. Hating no man, tearing no man the Negro problems our times. ,
Press strives to help every man In the firm belief that all/ men seems to escape the. They know what they would like to say,

are hurt as long as anyone Is held back. This is i m nor tan t because the nature of news coverage is but how?
such that the most sensational events get the biggest play. Too Until we have come face to face with the effect of death, we

::!CIr f ditnr's otrbooh many people get a distorted picture of events through a vivid are unaware as to its: finality. We read of death we speak of

filmclip on television or a screaming newspaper headline. death, but we only begin to realize the extent of its gravity
when it has struck within frame-work of the family of whichwe
Radio and television especially, have to provide balanced are a part. The realization of what has taken place is buta
Governor Claude Kirk is certainly ambitious man.Says he news and feature programming which will educate as well as blurr for sometime after the initial impact,but after all our
would not accept as a candidate an offer for vice-president of
inform. The burden falls heaviest on them for two reasons. denials, and efforts at justification, the fact remains that a
the United States if it were made. Well if his record asFlorida's
First, they reach many more people than other media and they portion of our life has vanished which only our memories will
governor is basis for his ambition, we doubt he will
have greater Impact on their audience. And they operate on sustain.
be offered the
vice-president's post. airwaves which belong to all citizens and which are granted to Christians though we may be. It is at these times we beginto
Caesar was ambitious wasn't he?But what happened to him?
them by government license. question the works of God. We begin to try and rationalizethe
Was he not slain
? extent of his planning. We become what must be termed,
Anything can happen, but we hardly think our governor will They have a responsibility to develop programming which interpretors of the works of God. Only when we face realityand

ever become our president.IS increases the dialogue between minority groups and the larger admit that the will of God must be obeyed, do we find any

community. In our segregated society,the only way many white solace in his handiwork. Only when we realize that God is responsible
persons will ever hear the viewpoint of Negroes is through for the beginning of life and its ending, do we beginto
"It'was like wandering uninvited Into someone else's night such programming. Television has the power to bring Negroes feel a lightening of the burden we bear.
mare to return to the United States after spending 27 month
into the living rooms of the most
segregated neighborhoods. It My children and I, (and Isaythishumbly) have accepted the
a b r 0 ad. My first melancholy Impression was that the Ugly
can reach the Americans in
many our affluent society who jsutdon't
.. decision reached as we know we must. We have adjusted as
American had been replaced by the Ugly America ugly In
understand what it to be
without to live
means a job or well as possible without our guiding influence strangely
mood, ugly in appearance, and ugly in the face she turns to a in run-down ,
noncomprehending world." a ghetto neighborhood. enough life is becoming bearable again. Each of us have had

the opportunity of being schooled by a master technician and
not from who
This came an expatriate
chastening I think that part of the reason why Congress voted down the the results are beginning to show. The orderly domain to
has deliberately chosen to make his home abroad simply to get
proposed rat-control bill this summer, is that there is so little which I became accustomed has prevailed. I have within my
away from the United States. It was the opening paragraph in
communication and understanding. The people who voted I household of the lost and
a duplicate gem I it has already begun
an article written for the London Sunday Times by a percep-
who at the against the bill and who made such tasteless, insulting just to glitter. Not only is she endowed with her mothers like
tive and sensitive American journalist happens moment
about the rat problem, never had to worry that their sleeping but the and
ness, temperament character. She caters to all of
to be London bureau chief of the Washington Post. His
children might be bitten by rats.One way to reach such people if
words should be pondered but it is our conclusion that his us as we are her personal responsibility, and believe me,
Impression is too pessimistically somber. and make them understand the dally problems of the ghetto is we couldn't be in more capable hands. In behalf of all of us,'

Anybody would have to live in an ivory tower or as a hermitin through enlightened programming. may I say thanks. You were wonderful.

a forest not to recognize that there is abroad In the United Perhaps stations would be more aware of their responsibility

States at the present time a mood of edginess and frustration.The U they employed more Negroes. Federal law requires that LETS

two most obvious contributory causes to this are the racial any business holding a government contract must furnishproof

dilemma and Vietnam. Both problems have defied easy of fair employment practices. Yet the FCC regularly grants -'LV TALIPOLITICS(

solution-for the stark reason that there Is no simple or valuable licenses to television and radio stations without such

overnight solution to them. requirement, even though there are some notorious violations. .
On race and Vietnam, however, there is more to frustrate

Americans than there failure effectively to apply-so far, at Another problem is the pollution of the airwaves by heavily
least- that ingenuity and strength which have so often in the bankrolled hate groups. Many Individuals and groups on the

past moved mountains.There is the added pressure on the con radical right sponsor radio programs which claim tobring

science of a feeling acute in some, dull in others-that the "facts" to the American people, but actually spread slander TAMPA MASSES IN REVOLT AGAINST

flail being endured in Vietnam's paddy-fields and in the smold- and distrust of minorities Some of this is inevitable -- freedom "OLD LEADERSHIP OLIGARCHY"The

ering ghettos of the urban United States is punishment for fail would be meaningless if minority opinions were suppressed battle for the leadership of the Negro community con

ure to live up to the principles and ideals upon which the Republic .. but what bothers me is the sheer quantity of such pro tinues more or less on even basis between NAACP president

was founded. grams. In these tense and violent times, what good is served Robert Gilder and community relations director James Hammond -
At the Individual level, few situations can produce as much by so much air time devoted to distorted hate groups? .
tension as a conflict between deeds and conscience. Tension
occupy the position as "Negro leaders" on the basisof
often distorts. It was a distortion of this kind- rather than But responsible programming isn't only the responsibility their
permanent uglificatlon- confronted the Washington Post of the stations. Many businesses run like scared rabbits whenit respective organizational positions Hammond in his
official paid position as community relations director based
man on his return to the United States. In the very conflict comes to sponsoring anything controversial, but they have downtown
less to be afraid of than they think. When Xerox alledgely is backed by the governmental and private
which produces the tension, there is health. Not to hear con sponsored a white
science (it has been written) Is the way to silence it. program about the UN last year, they got thousands of crank power structure and the Negro leadership oligarchy, Gil-

In so saying,we would not imply that the decisions actionsof letters, so they hired Elmo Roper Associates to take polls to derby inure t of his elected position as President of the

the government of the United States on either race or Vietnam determine what listener reaction really was. Result; favorable Tampa Chapter NAACP.

flout the principles upon which the Republic was founded. comments outstripped criticism by more than ten to one. Both are liberally quoted by the daily press and broadcast
media as evidence of their
They do not. The point is that the American conscience has positions as "official spokesmen"for

not been silenced, even if the braying and the tinsel which These are dangerous times. If America is to solve its racial the Negro community of Tampa.

would muffle It seem at times to dim Its glow. And it is to and crisis sponsors and the media will have to use their vast Both face possible loss of their positions,Jimmie Hammondwith

through this conscience that will come the inspiration to check powers of communication to educate and enlighten the public the inevitable shakeup following the mayoralty elections

the ugly, the cheap, the gaudy, and the meretricious- and tolift about the complex social problems we face. The media, like regardless of whether Nick Nuccio retains the mayoralty or

American society from any slough into which it may sometimes other Industries, can no longer afford business as usual. Dickie Greco becomes the New Mayor.
flounder Gilder is expected to be sacked in the next election held by

Christian Science Monitor in Miami. the Tampa NAACP Chapter, rumors of his alleged trip to
CONFERENCE ON HOUSING: Washington to congratulate congressman Sam Gibbons when
On Friday-Saturday, September 29-30, the Dade County There were 750 Interested persons in attendance to the de Gibbons led the fight in the labor and education committee to

Community Relations Board holds a conference of area-wide. light of President Royal W. Puryear. Among them were officials relegate the chairman Adam Clayton Powell to the "political

importance at the Everglades Hotel. Officials,business, civic representatives from educational and religious bodies. junkyard' has placed Gilder In an untenable position in the
groups and other interested citizens will be present.The The college is being erected at a cost of $10,000,000. There Negro community.

principal speaker will be William S. Slayton, a formerU. ber will 1968.be nine buildings. The college expects to open IE Septem- There exists In Tampa today a vacuum for leadership respected

S.,Commissioner for Urban Renewal, and now executive,, by and conversant with the masses,as with all vacu-

vice-president of UrbanA merica, Inc.Other speakers include: THE WAR IN VIET NAM ums, this need cannot long remain so, some Individual or
Morton Schomer assistant U. Commissioner for Multi- coalition not too
closely identified with the "
The war in Vietnam on with of "oldgroup, will
goes DO sign an end in the
Family Housing, Louis Danzig of Newark,N.J.,Housing Ex- soon move into this vacuum.
cep' near future.Like most other warsit is expensive in lives and


administration is being criticized by some, while others
Editor takes this opportunity of extending congratulation I
believe there is little room for criticism.
to the Rev. Theodore R. Gibson. Vicar of Christ Church, Coconut Others feel Pres.
Johnson should not seek renomination, in hopes a successor
Grove. The Church is commemorating its 65th anniversary
that end the
might war
on Sunday, October 1. Join Our Reporting Staff
The latest news tells of the war's
biggest and the los-
Father Gibson is one of Miami's outstanding citizens not
only religiously, but civicly and otherwise. \ ses sustained by the Marines. p))) i Let us know what your Club

May he be further blessed in continuing the good work. or Organization is
"Peace in our time, 0 Lord, Doing.
Ye E d i t o r-also congratulates his Senior Warden William! .
To all the peoples Peace.
Stirrup, whom the church is honoring after 47 years faithful| Peace surely based upon thy will ne'WE WELCOME NEWS...

service. He has known this gentleman for many, many of those! And built In righteousness. F

years. *


Last Sunday afternoon ground-breaking ceremoies were The fetters that enchain
held for Florida Memorial College, formerly of St.Augustine, The sorely stricken soul of life, That's Us -You and Your

but will now be located at NW 156th Street and Le Jeune Road I And make it live again." LOCAL Newspaper


TI HE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967 5

Miami President Reports On OH-U F Oh ttOSOMKOPPORTUNITY","

GOES Urban League NationalConference H ftM&HRHI HHHflfl QllHl LegalH


Gwen Cherry

The Miami Northwestern faculty anti student body are up in By Mrs. Louise Glasser, PresidentThe e Center Attorney j1/

arms after the school board ordered them to play their spirit of renewed commitment permeated the 1967 National ; -
scheduled Saturday night game against Carol City at four o' Urban League Conference held in Portland, Oregon. It PROBATE COURTSOur
clock in the evening. The faculty thinks the order is prejudicial was in no sense a five-day vacation for delegates. We met at Probate proceedings In Dade County are handled by the
and has asked the school board for an audience prior to TjSOJn; the morning and meetings were heldall day and every "County Judge's Court." Three Judges preside in this court-
Oct. 5. We think the ruling is bias also if it only affects Ne evening. We worked diligently.Incidentally, permit me to point Division A Judge W. F. Blanton; Division B- Judge Frank B.
gro schools. After all it was Hialeah and Central, two predominantly out that the National Urban League absorbed all of your dele- Dowling and Division C- Judge George T. dark.
white schools, that raised all the hell last wed gates' expenses, as well as those from other distant Urban Legal help In probating Is an essential commodity that every
after their game. Twenty youths were arrested and three were League cities. American family needs at least once. The cost for legal assistance -
later charged in the fracas. My attendance at five consecutive national coferences had Is set according to the bar association's suggested scaleof

widened my acquaintanceship with more Negroes on different fees.
This week's Time magazine carries an in depth interesting levels. They knew of my activity in our local Urban League The high cost of dying may not be the funeral but it may well
survey of national opinion and response to the interracial mar through the kind words of our own Mr. Fair, Mr. Clarence be the legal and administrative costs after death, if proper
riage of Secretary of State Dean Rusk's daughter to Guy Smith Coleman, Southern Regional Director, and the National Urban planning with an attorney is not accomplished before hand.
This marriage would have been illegal in California up until League's personnel. Delegates from all parts of the country Delays between the opening and closing of modest estates In
1948, and in 16 states interracial marriage was still banned spoke freely and openly to me. court are frequently the cause of complaint. A recent survey
until the Supreme Court killed Virginia's miscegenation lav revealed that an average of 14 months elapses before an estateIs
It was pleasant and assuring to see your delegation given
in June.It is encouraging to note the general change in the pub closed out and completed.Sensible estate planning completedwith
achievements the
special VIP attention due to our league's on
lic's attitude on Issues of this nature. the help of an attorney can eliminate most probate difficulties -
local scene through our combined efforts. Both Mr. Fair andI
For a cross section opinion on the marriage, read the fob and save a great deal of time and money.
had occasion to address the delegates at the Conference; and
lowing quotes: it is no idle boast when I say that the Greater Miami Urban
Martin Luther King: "Individuals, marry, not races. RULES FOR EXECUTING YOUR WILL
did not take a "back seat.
Dwight Macdonald, literary critic;"Well, I guess it restore!
my faith in Dean Rusk--there's something good in everyone' I received a personal Invitation to a Tea party at Governor The statutes of your state must be carefully followed. If you
Lloyd Dogget, president of the student body at the Unhfer- McCall's mansion in Salem, Oregon, and also invitation to fall, it may be valid and it may be not. Always follow two major
sity of Texas: "Eve r bod Y has a right to marry whom hi i attend a special reception to meet Senator Brooke of Mas- rules In the execution of a will; first,sign the will at the end;
wants.; sachusetts and Governor McCall. But,perhaps most gratifyingwas second, execute it, preferably before three witnesses,always
Joel Connelly, a Notre Dame junior;Everyone will stare at the invitation of the Executive Directors of the Richmond before two, and ask them to add their names to the attestation
them. But I think they can make a go of it. They had the gut! Urban League and the Los Angeles Urban League to come to clause at the end with their addresses.(Remember the exam-
to take the biggest step." their cities and speak to their Boards of Directors about our ple of the attestation clause in last week's column).
A graduate student at the University of Miami; "I'm just a Board's commitment and activities. I accepted this compliment The law In Florida only requires witnesses. But should
little relieved to see the bridegroom is so white." on behalf of all your efforts in making ours a working you happen to own real estate In any of the states requiring
National Urban League;"The Afro-Asians would understand Board. in those cities, I was told, it Is mainly an executive's three witnesses and you have but two witnesses to your will,
us a little better" activityl the property there will go: as though your will had not been

Chris Freidrichs, Editor of the Columbia College Spectator, Your delegation contributed at various sessions,particularly made. Also, you might some day move to one of those states.
like students in the New Yorkarea detected lit of the witnesses of will be or havean
many college at the dinner given for Board delegates and Presidents, and None a can a beneficiary
tle campus excitement over the wedding, but observed that it at the Delegate Assembly. It was privilege at the Delegate interest under it. If they do, at best they will receive only
embarrassment to liberals had all these would have received If there had been will.
was an ; "They nega Assembly to point out that in launching "Operation Equality"in what they no
tive feelings toward Rusk, but now they have this'charminf Greater Miami our local United Fund cooperated with us bj
story to contend with." giving us an additional $10,000 and permitting us to go into the SIGNATURES OF WITNESSES
Rev. James Woodruff, chaplain of St. Anselm's Episcopa community to raise $30,000 on a low-key basis and with the
Chapel in Nashville; "Most people were surprised. They fee understanding that if we presented our case properly there Witnesses to a will in the District of Columbia signed their
she was a pretty lucky girl to get such a promising young man would be no problems. names before it had been signed by the maker. Because of this
I feel that way, too." omission, the validity of the will was disputed.The Court held
An American Nazi Party captain in El Monte, Calif; "I'd Mr. Fair went on a Portland television program with exe- the will was good and refused to deny it probate be-
probably kill any of my children before I'd let them do any such! cutives from Cleveland and Seattle, Operation Equal- cause the testator signed after the witnesses in the same
a thing" ity' projects are working successfully, and with executives transaction where the will was in all respects according to the
A Boston Psychiatrist: The next cabinet bride will exchange from five other cities like Miami who are officially launchingthe provisions of the statutes."

vows with "a Navy officer who is half Jewish and half Italiai new project.At This suggestion, however, was added, "it Is of course pre-

with kin in New York and California. The ceremony will take a press conference, Mr. Paget Alves, who Is the guiding ferrable as well as usual for the,testator to sign first but we,
place in a helicopter over Haiphong." stated '' think the validity of the will should not depend upon who sign-
force behind Operation! quality: This pro-
A. Philip Randolph Institute,headquarters of Bayard Rustin, ject, while seeking to disperse, minority groups, is not a ed It first, provided, of course, all signed it substantially the
officially commented only; "mazel tov.' same time and in each other's presence.
block white
vehicle for busting neighborhoods.
John Johnson, publisher of Ebony:"The marriage is a mea;
sure of America's maturity, and it might help us in the eyes: This report would fail in depth of understanding if I were not

of the world." to give special mention to the humility and modesty of our National sive "crash" attack on the complete range of economic and
James Meredith; "Perhaps the most significant thing to date President, Mr. Lindsley F. Kimball. This gentleman, social ills involved.U. .

in government to offset in a favorable way the racial.situa- who is president of Rockefeller Foundations, singlehandedlyraised S. Senator Edward W. Brooke, in the principal address,
tion." funds to enable National Office to have its own
the our
also stressed the fact that Negroes who have been preparedfor
building -. free of all encumbrances. Mr.Kimball! always pro- it by background and education have made great strides in

Miami t churches are lagging behind the nation in the spon jected Whitney M. Young, Jr., who not only stands tall in his recent years. Their progress is Implicit,he said, in those Ne-
soring of low cost housing for Negroes. All over the country; own right, but who was selected by president Johnson as one groes who were on the National Urban League Conference pro-
churches are taking advantage of the many new opportunities: of the Vietnam observer team "election watchers.: Mr.Kimball grams. But those who are not prepared, either through their
offered by the FHA non-profit organizations. In some instances always remained the background, to give Whitney Young own shortcomings or background, or who are racially bigotedor
the government furnished as much as 95%of the money] credit for his tremendous achievements and to foster the unusual apathetic are In such numbers as to demand many, many
needed for the project. Big churches in our city like Greater! Image that our National Executive Director representsfor more builders. This Urban League Conference, said Senator

Bethel, Mt. Zion, St. John, St.Agnes are all located in the urban the Negro people. Brooke, is an exercise in how Negroes and whites, working
renewal area and should take an active part in helping get The proceedings at the current National Conference reflected together, can help tip the scales toward the builders of an All-
decent low cost housing for the people who live in their neigh- the frustrating magnitude of the problems of inter-racial American society, hospitable to all races and against the burn-
borhoods. Let's hope we see a lot of churches represented at relations in America. Responsible multiracial groups like the ers who would destroy rights and opportunities for all Ameri-
the Conference on Low and Moderate Housing at the Ever Urban League have for decades worked at the roots of pre- cans.A .
glades Sept. 28 and 29. judice and discrimination. The League has endeavored to Improve
the education, capacities and motivations of the Negro, constructive talk was delivered by Mr Courtlandt
Ezekiel W. "Zeke" Burrows has been named a member of; and, at the same tme, to provide opportunities for Negro em- Gross, who is a director and chairman of the finance commit-
the 1966 Prudential International Leaders Roundtable. The ployment and housing and to break down long-standing ob- tee of the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. He said that his
ir stacles to of the in the mainstream of company has set a new trend for industry. Instead of job en-
honor came because of Zeke's outstanding, performance acceptance Negro
richment, they are thinking in terms of job simplification, to
helping clients achieve a more secure future for themselves American life.
for who cannot avail themselvesof
opportunities many
and their families.Three Zeke was an able and dedicated -
years ago and other moder-
Urban )
Despite achievements of the League jobs because employers demand too much them His com-
school teacher. But Zeke much too smart to be
ate organizations in such constructive programs, the task is has assumed the responsibility to train 100 hard-core
satisfied with an $8,000 a year salary with the ability he that
I admittedly overwhelming. The centuries oppression people this year and 200 more next year. This is an experi-
thought he possessed. So Zeke left the classroom to try the cannot be swift
of millions of
have been heritage mental program that has proven successful up to this point.
field of insurance with Prudential. And what happened? Zeke works and the good intentions of the
ly obliterated by the good They started with 100 applicants who were unskilled and un-
made over $25,000 last year. thousands who share our activities.In qualified In every respect. Seventy-five were minority-group

I Charlie Hadley is pretty peeved because someone is spreading his keynote address, Mr. Young acknowledged this failure. dropouts from school, 25 had prison records. They graduated
a rumor around town that he intends to run against Mrs He said; "The alienation of Negro youth runs deep. They are 25 within 4 weeks' training period, with pay during training,
Athalie Range in the City Commission election in November,, not rebels without a cause. They are victims of racism and and then moved them into their plant. Now they are training
Nothing could be further from the truth.Those of us who know they are coming to believe that white American is morally 27 more. These men really want to work, although they have
Charlie are convinced he Is much too smart to go for a deal bankrupt and that it will never give up the privileges and advantages adjustment problems, said Mr. Gross.This Is a new trend and
like that. gained at the expense of Negroes"And he added the is worthwhile an exploring effort in our own community.
warning; "Young Negroes are fast losing faith in traditional Mr. Lindsley F. Kimball, in his talk,stressed his philosophythat
The school teachers plight must be much worse than ]I methods of securing their rights." This, said Mr. Young, is we the whites carry the greatest burden of responsibility
thought. In Danville, Va., last week a Negro teacher, with a byway of explanation, not justification. True, nationally and for what is happening today. "We are inthe majority group,"
master of arts degree from North CarolinaState,was arrestedfor locally, the Negro has made much progress in the last two dec- he said. "We control the levers political, economic and so-
the armed robbery of a bank. We realize we're not paying ades. But here Is the rut; Civil Rights laws have not proceeded cial power in the ,country, and it Is our sins of omission and
the teachers enough money, but please, robbing banks is nol even with all deliberate speed in the liberation of the Ne- commission through many decades that are attheroots of the
and social present problems. There Is something wrong with our sense of
the solution. gro with respect to quality education, housing,jobs
acceptance. Much is due to public apathy and indifferencethe -- values when we put landing of a single person on the moon
And if we intend to get Mrs Range elected to the City Con'- failure of personal commitment in a recolutionary problem ahead of the well-being of 20 million Americans at home."
mission, just when are we going to kickoff a Voter Registration .- that threatens the well-being of America. It is a strug- "All Americans are a part of the struggle for equal oppor-
Campaign??? gle between people who care and people who are callous. But tunity," continued Mr.Kimball."So today,we face a challenge
Whitney Young is even more than ever before opposed to the We are met here to do our best. There are no hopeless situa-
I THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: Selfishness is not living as onE! extremist elements who would lead Negroes Into the streetsin tions -- there are only men who may have lost hope" He quot-
live it is asking others to live as one wishes to live,I with the
wish to ; rioting and law-breaking. "Building not burning is the ed Oliver Wendell Holmes; "We must sail sometimes
Unselfishness is letting other people's lives alone, not Inter- sail and not driftor
it but
aroum I way to win justice for the Negro," he said. wind and sometimes against we
aims at creating
,: fering with them Selfishness always lie at anchor."
it an absolute uniformity of type.Unselfishness recognizes Infinite Mr. Young stressed his domestic "Marshall plan" which" I leave you with this quotation as a guiding light to steer by
variety of type as a delightful thing, accepts it,., he projected four years ago in his book To Be Equal. efforts In today, tomorrow, and until the American dream of equality
acquiesces in it, enjoys it. brief, this plan urgently recommends cooperative special shall be fulfilled.ANYTHING .
Oscar Wilde by private, public and voluntary organizations in a mas-



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TWP _MIAMI_ __ _no. TIMES__ __ _. Friday.. Seotember. 29. 1967

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Mrs. Iva Hunter is all smiles since son, Major Victor B. PRISCILLA REDDING

Hunter spent a weekend with her at her 69th Terrace home ,,,,' 1 -
Major Hunter enjoyed relaxing at home before taking nevi
up Mrs Anne West,chairman of the Richmond Heights Women'sClub
t111t1..., !It. th..... n..ntlIYr\n J the
-- & '''U''''''' Committee announced beginning of the
i .
;, / ::4.t: r' I t tt'P
Happiness for Mrs. Ophelia Hayeswho's' I ,. '\ !.I r Club's membership drive to climax the 3rd Sunday in Octo

92 years young) is jetting to Atlanta to visit : ,I I":II-;!' ,1 ''I. ber. Former members are urged to become reinstated and the
her son Rev H. S. Hayes and his family. '
; '. ; '1. other residents are invited to become members. MembershipIs
The highlight of her trip is seeing for the x'
; r 'T) open to all women residents willing to accept the responsibility -
first time her greatgrandchildren.Here / "
*' of being active in community services.
for a visit with her daughter and son ; The Richmond Heights Garden Club had their first meetingon
inlaw, (Gloria Harry Brewer) is Mrs ':' of B. Chishlom
Sept 23,at the home Mrs.Kathryn (14341
C.SIUIQ rung 01 Jamaica ''I. for the were made.
Carver Drive). Plans year
Mildred Franc 1 s a recent of HAYES
School Parent Teacher
Il. Frank C. Martin Elementary As-
Ideal Nurses' Aide School is now employed at the West Chester .,.
first for
it's the
I. ; sociation is happy to announce meeting school
Hospital on Coral Way. \ term 1967-68, Monday, October 2, at 8:00 p.m.
At home, after surgery at Cedars of Lebanon, Thelnw and > k All parents and interested citizens are Invited and urged to
Asguith McDonald celebrated their 10th wedding anniversaryon
.... .... .. attend.
September 20.Now, Thelma is in Jackson for therapy treat- .le.nc "- '- -
The most beautiful lawn for the month of September is lo-
ments. Thelma thinks she'll be at home in a week, if all goes Miss Sharon Cliett, daughter Church of the Open Door, Rev. cated at the home of Mr. and Mrs.Willie L. Pearson, at 11231
of Mrs. Cliett Mc- officiated.
well.The Dorothy Henry McDowell Drive.Congratulations.
United Fund presented its annual Silver Torch Awardsat and Dorsey
Cray Mr. Johnny Cliett, served
GeorgeAnn Hallm on as to Mrs. Elizabeth Collins- Assistantsupervisor -
a luncheon Wednesday in the main ballroom of the Fontaine- became the bride of James
Mathematics SW 105th Ave.) who is the authorof
of (14960
maid of honor and Charlie
bleau Hotel. A fashion show "Great Looks of 67 "
was pre- Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. "
Math A thru E
sented by Jordan Marsh with Eleanor Morris,the store's fash- John R. Johnson, Sept. 2 at the Holiday served as best man. five books, "Experiences In published by

ion coordinator, as commentator. Singer
w The Miami Killian Cougars took on their second Varsity
The Right Rev. James L Duncan
,Suffragan Bishop of South
Florida and Mrs. Elaine Gaither will be married in Winter Ha- NAACP Out To Add 200,000In game for the season the Columbus Explorers. There were over
from both schools. We wish to congratulatethe
4,000 spectators
in All
ven Episcopal Church on Saturday October 7th.
The right Rev.Henry Louitt, Bishop of South Florida, will per- Fall Membership DriveBoston Cougars on a job well dne and to inspire them to keep up
form the ceremony: the good work.
Florida's Association for Childhood Education is holding its Girl Scout troop 857 is having an Orientation program Friday

Fall Conference at the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel in Clearwater. New York In an all-out Mass.,Region II; Mrs. September 29. Girls in grades 10, 11 and 12 who are interested -

'"A Freedom To Learn in the Transition Years," is the theme. effort to meet and surpass last Jeanette Strong, Gary, Ind., in being a Senior Scout are asked to meet at the home

Leadership Consultants; Haim Ginott,Author and Clinical Psychologist year's nationwide mmber- Region HI; Chester I. Lewis, of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald PrattMiriam)13930 Monroe Street

Ira J. Go r dan, Child Development Specialist and ship of more than 440,000, Wichita, Kans., Region IV;the 6.30: p.m.

Educator, Mary Harbage, vice-president, Primary Education, Gloster B. Current director, Rev. S. S. Hamilton, Augusta, Girl Scout troop 857 is also sponsoring an Orientation Partyat

ACEI, Sidney Jounard, Psychologist and Educator,and Emmett(of branches and field adminis- Ga., Region V;Raphael Cassi- the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dullard. The party will begin at

Williams, Curriculum Specialist and Educator will add muchto tration, of the National Asso- mere, Jr., New Orleans, La., 8.00: p.m., everyone is invited.
the three day(Sept. 28-30))Conference and its participants. ciation for the Advancement of Region VIi and the Rev Edward Miss Mary Ann King daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Roy

hr. :'.'_ .. _. -ft n r __... ..__ ____ .., Colored People, has nameda Hall e s, Washington, King will be joined in Holy Matrimony to Mr. Eugene Williams
r1 II'IIU: VI VIii U. 1..cc: I ill IVI-ascVUuuq
get well wishes to her at Baptist Hospital.On seven-person campaign D. C., Region VII Jr., son of Mr.and Mrs. Eugene Williams Sr. (Mary), Miamion

vacation, Mr. Arthur Blatth took time committee to recruit some! In Identical telegrams to the Saturday, September 30. The ceremony will take place at

Iii out to visit his father, Mr. Joshua Blatchat 200,000 members between now seven regional chairmen, Mr. Second Baptist Church 11111 Pinkston Drive at Four p.m.
Current asked that each of
Eleuthera and Dec. 31.
He returned home and is now at
them co-chairman to
appoint a
Cedars of Lebanon, recuperating after sur-
chairmen in their
serve with him. "We must,
t M gery. respective regions are Donald he said "recruit
66 After twenty years, Mr. and Mrs. John Me C u 1.1 u m Oakland CaUt 200,000 United Negro College Fund
l I. .. .. members between now and the
; ueveaux 01 Nassau, iouna u uu-
TAYLOR iMDUica Region I;Keesler Montgomery end of the year."' I
ficult to locate the oltiland-markstheyonceknewin Miami. It
was family reunion time for the DeVeaux, Kelly and Blatch Receives B.F. Goodrich Grant

families.,Then, the DeVeaux jetted out to California for a visit WOMEN LAUNCH 17th ANNUAL COCKTAIL

with their son and daughter who live in Los Angeles. Akron, Ohio The B. F. ,educational institutions, tics.
About 700 persons were on hand for the groundbreakingceremonies \ Goodrich Company, Akron, pitals far m organizations,

Sunday for Florida Memorial College, scheduledto Richmond Heights Wo- Cosmetology Unit No. 7 of Ohio, has announced a grant of youth groups and welfare

open for classes by September of 1968. President Royal W. men's Club has launched its the Orange Blossom Cosme $3,000 as its contribution for agencies. This year, the fund

puryear, was the keynote speaker. Annual membershipdrive tology Association Natural 1967 to the United Negro Col- will grant colleges univer-

Locally, this is National Dog Week, Sunday through Satur- Membership isopentoanywoman Beauty Cultural League, Inc. lege Fund. sities $186,000 for operating
day. A feature attraction is a Dog-a-rama Day at 12:30 p.m. resident of Richmond invite you to attend their 17th Since 1952, B. F. Goodrich funds and $28,000 for capital

Sunday at Tropical Park Race Track The program will pre- Heights who is willing to accept Annual Cocktail and Fashion Fund, Inc., has contributedmore funds under its aid to educa-

sent a graduation exercise of the humble Society's dog obe- the responsibility of active show on Sunday, October 8th than $6 million to assist tion programs.

dience training class, dog fashion show and a parade of gifted membership. The mottoof at the Hampton House, 4200

the club, 'Working Together NW 27th Ave., from 9 p,m.un- FASHION TEA
dogs.Mrs.. Booker T. (Mary) Monroe spent the weekend in Ocala for a BetterCommuntt) is Ill. Halle Selassie became Em-

attending a meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star. carried out by promoting and Mrs. M. Muldrow is presi- Greater The Auxiliary Bethel Board AME No.Church lof peror of Ethiopia in 1930.

Get well wishes to Sadie Johnson at North Shore Marie sponsoring projects designedto dent and Mrs. M. Wilson Is invite
you to attend their fash-
Black, Arthur Blatch, at Cedars of Lebanon; Eva Grant who Improve the Richmond chairman. ion Tea on 8
Sunday October a
: underwent ankle at Mt. Sinai last week is recuperating : ,
surgery Heights Community and coop-
BETHLEHEM GRAND from 3 to 6 p.m.In the church's
at home; Josephine Row Williams, recuperating at home; erating with other clubs for lower auditorium, 245 NW 8th

Eddie Pittman. improving the general welfareof CHAPTER O.E.S.A St. Come out and enjoy
Here for the funeral of Mr. Fred DeVeaux,who died on Sunday people.All your-
workshop was held In Orlando selves. POUBLE ACTIONwwmw
Sept.: 24,are his son Jerard and daughter, Leona Brown of residents interested in. -
Florida 22- Mrs. Matilda Mcpheels Ia
New York City and bis niece Miriam Wells of Nassau. Fun- September 0
; membership are asked to meet:
23, at the Carver Junior High president and Ret. S. A. Cou- 2 MESSES mainructUfwiSrti
eral services will be held Saturday,Sept. 30, at St. Peter'sAmerican for a few minutes before four School. sin, is pastor.
Catholic Church at 10 a.m, o'clock Sunday afternoon, Oc-'
Jetting down from New York last week was Monica Rahmingto oober 1,at Tots Towne Kinder It was well attended from .z -

attend! the funeral of Mrs. Louyenia (Lelya) Todies. garten, 14680 Bethune Drive in every department. The'young rovR
Sue Francis was hostess to the Miami Links on Saturday.. Richmond Heights.Membership. people were there,Our lead- C 1 i rl Oa1' tom.
ers of tomorrow" tuav .aw
in this
'I' our
of Beach
Mrs. Henryne Daytona was special guest. Committee
Wedding bells rang for Mae Lois Crutchfield Mr. Rubin members are Mrs. James 6th workshop.

Roberts on Sunday, Sept. 24. A reception followed the cere- West, chairman, Mrs. Fred Our youth department was WEDDIN6S
mony at the home of Mr. Gilbert Styles. The couple will live Henry, Mrs Samuel Wells, on hand to herculean any where CONVENTIONS lANQUETS r

in Freeport, Grand Bahama.We Mrs. Morris Anderson, Mrs. they could. Friday night they wow MOTcoiD otwvn.
welcome to our city, Michael Caldwell, a 17-year-old James Thompson and Mrs. beautiful songs and AND fLAH CANAPU NOW.
freshman at the University of Miami. Michael a pianist. He John Smith. Mrs. Charles H. presented the G. W. M. Dr xMAS AND IOWIIN.PICNICS ..
arrived last from his home in C. B. Nelson Daniels a beau- COC.. IAIl'
Sunday Fayetteville, North Caro- Gray Is president of the or- 'A TliJ .Uff1S
lina. A full tuition scholarship has been awarded to the pianist. ganization. tiful table cloth cover. It was. 754.4615
a golden color with their c_.,.,.
He'll appear on Channel 7 at noon on September 30, to play a S 1_'..
Rachmaninoff Prelude.Congratulations names printed in dark color. It 21. N.W 3R.aa IT.Merchants. -

to Miami City Commis- BUNCHE PARK PTA was presented by the U. P. D,

sioner M. Athalie Range on her appointmentto of Virginia Chapter, 148 Or-
the executive committee of the Community The Bunche Park Elemen- lando, during the class work

Development Coordinating Council of the tary School, will have itsfirstPTA ; Saturday. who advertisein

Florida State Chamber of Commerce. Meeting, Monday, Oct. 2. The young people gave

It's a date to remember; Sunday,October The meeting is expected to i marvelous reports and we The
15, the Episcopal Church of the Incarna- start on time at 8 p.m, Dr. hope thatall the Mlsoni fami Miami Times are

tion will stage its annual States' 'Tea and I Pea rim a n will address the[ lies will Join their young people -

Fashion Show at the Police Benevolent Hall, RANGE congregation on *Eye Vision,* in this great club of theO. telling you they appreciate
Mrs. Lambert Is
princi E. S.
at 4
4343 NW 17th Ave, p.m. The public is invited.
A reminder; buy your Girl Scout Calendar today. Ask your pal and Mr. W. Cason is pre Its training will make boys

favorite Girl Scout for one. sident. and girls that will be construc- doing business with
Friends of Mr. Thomas P. Johnson are happy to know that and not destructive.

the cast has been removed from his ankle!!and he continues to ENGAGEMENTMr. Clarice Carnegay, W. M.
Improve. Rep esentattve.TOOTHACHr. you. They are courteous,

George lI ,'nes of Brownsville jetted to Chicago for his va- and Mrs. Phillip W.

cation. He's still talking boat those two exciting weeks in the Peterson announce the engagement dependable.
? ", Shop
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windy city. iMta ( U *nlmt *rmt
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After touring New York and Expo '67 Mr and Mrs Edwin Moss Phyllis Juanita to Mr. Arthur ....Le M.Ie. .w,11.... .-ukbiv--.n N .ih...,ssi.r...

of Nassau, Bahama are visiting/ Miami Mrs' Moss' rSamuel Mack son of Mr. and Mrs. ,,:r: ...;.." you are appreciatedlA !
(Clara Thompson) 45 NW 48th Street. \ Mack of Savannah,Ga. ara-el.,,=.;..1

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BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEf=TING/ vices and we don't want any-

UN E.O.TYPE one said.disturbing it,"Charles 3X I \ SUPPER CLUB I Il

THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Director HelenStrachan-Murray Clay, who has been convicted -
of Bunch park Elementary school would be a happy matron if refusing toreportfor
adult men and women of Opa-locka would grasp the opportunity military service by a Houston
tn ,".nm..I."' ......,.,..e a hi g h O\UUU&.. education Federal Court, and Brown,out l I
through her Adult Basic Education pro. on bond from Virginia J jails I 9"71 NW 17th Ave.
gram offered at the school. The educa- during a court fight to extra-
tion center is opened for registrationany dite him to Maryland on excit-
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Monday and Tuesday night from 7 ing to riot charges,"just hap. I'; I
to 10. Why not take advantage of this pened' to meet each other at FT. LAUDERDALE

FREE instruction program, get your an Atlanta motel, they said. ?

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paying job, feel secure, be independent
-- all because you had the ambition to THANK YOUTo
further your Intelligence @uotient from'r
trained and courteous personnel. If you are doubtful In your my wonderful husband,
mind about registering, come to see me and let's talk it over. family and friends, and GRAND OPENING
But if you are as brave about it as I think you are, then go to especially to my coworkersof
Bunche Park elementary, where Principal Sylvia S. Lambertand the Medical Building at
her staff are a most gracious lot-- then tell that Sweetingsent Jackson Memorial Hospital,

you. thank you for a wonderful Fri
Sept. 29
NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Character witnesses for financier birthday.Mrs. .
Louise Wolfson, (theatre and television magnate) in his now- Dorothy Walton Williams
famous stock fraud conspiracy charges, read like a world's
"who's who" among national notables. Some of those who are
testifying as to the Miamian's"excellent"reputation are for- ADVANCE TICKETS $3.00
mer Florida governor Fuller Warren, former Yankee base- AT DOOR $4.00 : '; !
ball great Joe Di Maggio, former football hero Sid Luckman, A en
newspaperman and television personality Ed Sullivan and 2 SHOWS NITELY ,j>: ,1\:1:, :,

Florida's secretary of state Tom Adams. FRI-SAT-SUN SEPT. 29JOOCT. I ;. .,
SALT WATER TAFFY: Roland Rolle elected treasurer of < t
Political Action Committee for Education (PACE) After STARRING THE SENSATIONAL ,
16 1/2 years Oscar Johnson has divorced Food Fair Stores PAN AMERICAN
and is now courting Eastern Air Lines Chicagoan Connie
Po It 1 e r, houseguesting with sister Mrs Hubert(Ever lena) WORLD AIRWAYS JERRY BUTLER
Colebrook of Opa-locka, over to Nassau for an extended vaca-

tion Amy Olive Culmer, the licensed practical nurse at Pick up ticlttt in Mioml at: North's Travel' '}
Jackson Memorial, back to Amy Olive Hannah Mrs. Stan- The World's Most "
Bureau, Community Drug Start, Tobock'iDrug
ley Sawyer Jr continues to be ill at home.
NOW HIRINGSTEWARDESSES Start and Robert' Drug Store In Ft. ,
THE WEEK'S WASH:Dorothy Thompson now a grandma.Her Lauderdale: Pick up tickets at Birdland Supper ,
daughter Sandra Deveaux gifted herwith a darling pink Bundle Club. Box.Offlc. Opens 9 a.m. until p.m. .) '
tagged Sherria Drexela on September 20 in Mount Sinai hospital .
Bunche elementary's Harold Mitchell the kind To Fly All
of nice guy I like to see aroun Dancer Katherine Dunham Six Continent WRBD's Will!. Marti., M. C.
arrested in Saint Louis for police interference ? ? ? Carolyn

Townsend's mater Mrs Emma Nelson Bainailingathome. Mutt. ilntfe,'(' 21 Ihm
Are the Cassius 21. Height I'" .. II".
Clays expecting an image ? ? ? WAME disc
w.I,1It 111 I. '..lbs.. .....
Jock Milton (Butterball) Smith and his lovely frau kissed and health Seed rliton. Muff
made up.THE be high subset induati.
Knowledge ifThursday a terekelanguage.
GUTTER GAZETTE: Nat (King) Cole's widow Maria ,

penning book about her late and talented hubby Glenroy Oct. 5 ": '
Newbold's sister and former Miamian Veronica McPhail down GRAND REOPENINGI
Friday Oct. 20TutldayOct.31 ,
from Philiy visiting the Newbold and Culmer families '
After surgery at Saint Francis hospital on the Beach Elouise ? OF MIAMl'S {:

Farrington (mending at home) and hubby James may now shuffle For Interview appointment JOHNNY KILLENSIflllfiilT IL
off from Brownsville to a new abode somewhere in the vicinity Cat .
of lllth Street. The hurricane force of curvacious Pan Am 637-2778 Y
Storm has abated.She and Herb Jeffries .rutflyulMrl4
Tempest finally says
John J. Miller, have quelled their marital differences and are ''''1'1.,,,,.,*,,(Office' .1i
planning to Love Happily Ever After. 14 N." h'AnM''.", ". .

STUFF AND SUCH: Send "get well"cards to retired Miami An Equal'Opportunity tmpleyer N/t
Herald columnist Jack Bell, desperately ill in Veterans'hos
A Plan for Prog,...
pital. Bell, in his "Town Crier" column penned many a para- Com
graph supporting the Negro's plight against segregation in all 4-BIG NITES-4
phases of life and activity. And long before the U. S. Supreme
Court declared segregation null and void. Jack Bell is a masterful POOL HOME-I6,50Q
and well-informed writer. His daily essays came froma ThwrsdayFrklaySatHrdaySunday
pen that was both prolific and terrific. A:card or telegramfrom No Closing Costs

you would help greatly to'ease his pain. He truly. .sym No Qualifying
bolizes E. Pluribus Unum. ,
3 bedroom, 2 bath,
SWEETS TREATS: To.that guy who's looking for a clean,
well-appointed, furnished efficiency-apartment in a quiet central I heat, 3 air Sept. 28-29-30-Oct. 1'.

neighborhood, see manager:Lovett Hutcheson, she's your gal, conditioners, fenced

at Hannah's Motel, N. W. 32ndStand6th Ave. Sympathetic yard, carporte, largelot.
salutes to Mrs Rowena Rolle and family of Coconut Grove in $3,600 down.
the loss of her son Roy Rolle,who passed in Tallahassee. Roy
was a former football and track ace at Carver high school, TIRELLA REALTY
who shared athletic honors with hisfieet-footedbrotherBUlr. Realtors .
Both brothers were saxophonists,both were band leaders,both 10124 NW 7th Avenue
were teachers, both were Florida A& Mgrads. And Roy mightbe 754-5426 !
rememberd who at one time led the famed FAMU Col-
legians orchestra. ""
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS:Dorsey Jrbigh schoolmarm J
Tommie Doss now answers to the title of MRS After being ,
bedded at Jackson Mem Indefinitely Campbell Jones now
transferred to Coral Gables Convalesent Home. Eddie's .k HAIR POMADE DYNAMITES BAND
Dive-in bar owner Eddie Pittnun in Jackson Memorial from 4 Keeps Hair
gunman's bullet wound in chest. Houseguesting with Mary Neat andWellGroomed I
Kemp are the Jimmy McKees of Los Angeles who took a flight f
to Nassau Dade County high school treasurers Jeanette All Day
HI and Ida Barkley(Northwestern Sr Hi) SEND HUDSON M. C.
Brown (Mays Jr-Sr ) New, Improved MURRAY'S Hair
luncheon-dated with Ruthie O'Hara and Gwen Stelnecker Dressing Pomade work wonder on
kinky, hard-to-rnanage rtalr. Applied
their North Kendall Drive home last Sabbath. In Ihe morning, hair keep "just
combed" look all day. SalUlactloir
MIAMI MUSINGS:Disc jock Wild Man Steve back In town. guaranteed GetMURRAY'S lO&C.J& *Xday.
Celebrating twin birthdays during their Jolly Friends club meet On lale C/f Co lS&L/J tws r
last Saturday night were Mrs. Shaddie(Emma Lou) Ward and Ic drug counters and eomet-R every-IT>J22Si"W- i-t\\
Minnie McGuion in the latter's home. Floral Heights ele- where. v MtIRRAY'S -*

mentary schoolmarm Janet B. Woods now an In-servicedirec- LARGE SIZE 50( |{ JSSEBfiXS.
tor.of seminar on discipline at Miami Senior high each Mon- SMALL SIZE 25Q- txr.> '

day Liberty Temple of Elks Daughter Ruler Mae Woodsis
still that jeweled Elks"collar" she received -
beaming over costly 4U Caarlatt* lltnrt. Mitk. 4Utt
last month during the Antlered Herd's annual confab.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967 9

Anti-Defamation league Calls OH Federal Govemenf To

End Housing Segregation

sA The 1-Defamation Lea- unrest in American cities. On loss of faith in the democratic Racial ghettos, Mr. Sugar-
r gue of B'nai B'rith has called behalf of the League, he asked way of life by those who man said, are brought about
upon the federal government for the immediate passage of are the victims of such dis- j by "patterns of housing dis-
"to throw its force and the proposed Fair:Housing Act c; crimination. crimination and by real estate
weight" behind ending housing of 1967 (S. 1358). "So long as housing segregation Industry practices of so-
l1 continues Mr. called exclusiveness." These
segregation.In Declaring that Congress Sugar-
V BY DAVE BONDU a statement submitted to "clearly has the constitutional man said, "it will be difficult ghettos, he went on to say,
the Housing and UrbanAffairs power to enact federal fair If not Impossible to deal successfully "give forceful evidence to
I am writing for Dave for a couple of weeks, I get a Subcommittee oftheSenate housing legislation," Mr. with segregation in their inhabitants of the essential
chance to harp on the gun law. If you have been listening to the Committee on Banking and Sugarman, who is also a deputy schools, with discrimination failure of our governmentto
news and reading your newspapers Just this past week, you are Currency, Eugene L. Sugar comptroller of the City of New in employment and with segre- close the gap between our
aware of how many people have lost their lives because ol man, chairman of the League's York, said further delays in gation In all other aspects of promise of equal opportunityand
guns. The Service Station attendant on 27th Avenue and 41st discriminations committee, bringing federal power to bear our national life." our actual practices."
Street; the bartender at the Liberty Bar on 62nd Street; a called housing segregation one "can serve only to increasethe The League statement noted Alluding to violent outbreaks
". young Cuban walking home from a dance on 7th Avenue at 28th of "the root causes" of racial danger of new riots andA that despite all efforts to deal in major American
Street and a man on 96th Street at 32nd Avenue. The last two with the problem through cities, the League statement
were victims of snipers from moving tars. A few weeks ago picture in the paper this week shows how far our city has state legislation and voluntary asserts that "events are out-
we had a similar sniper who was taking pot shots at truck drivers. progressed. It was two families, one white and one Negro, who campaigns, housing segregation speeding efforts to deal with
One of these drivers is lying in Jackson Memorial Hospital share the same duplex and the same miseries of the poor because is expanding,not contracting the evil" of housing segrega-
paralyzed from the waist down, and might never walk the landlord refused to re-wire the house in which they it pointed out that while tion. It asks the Housing and
again. What kind of life do we have when we are afraid to go live. I remember a time when it would have been unthinkableto Negroes bear the greatest Urban Affairs Sub-committee
out even in our cars? If these people had to have permits to see a picture of whites and Negroes together, sharing a brunt of such segregation, to react to"the urgency of this
carry these guns; we might not have hadat least two or threeof plight such as this one. Just goes to show you that poverty, other minorities -- Spanish- situation and speed its action
these shootings. I am not saying that they will ill stop. It wealth, intelligence or illness knows no color line. This is speaking Americans in the oath* bill.
would be a major Job to pick up all guns that are known about, another giant step,toward better relations and understanding. Southwest, Puerto Ricans, and The proposed Fair Housing
not to mention those that people have that are not registered That is enough for this week. Till the next one, LIVE LIVE in some areas,Jews-- are also Act, the League said, "shouldgo
anywhere. Then there was the man in South Dakota who went to EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT,and to make the world smile, adversely affected and suffer into effect immediately. .
court with one on his person. When the Judge told him he had to everybody say, PEACE. the burden of discrimina- with no waiting period whatso
pay his wife alimony, he not only killed his wife, but her attorney tion. over"
in the courtroom. He shot the Judge in the thigh, and took
shots at all persons who were present in the room. Why wasn't
lie searched? Our Commissioner, Athalie Range, has brought
these things to light. She is try ing to get a gun law passed that
would keep persons who are angryatthe moment, or mentally
incompetent to have a gun from being able to walk in and pur.
chase one. This law will help our city to be safer for all citi
zens. Let's' get behind Mrs. Range, and help her get this law
passed in our city -- and county.
Our Mayor, Steve Clark, has asked for and gotten extra }
police protection for our Liberty City and Brownsville areas. '
The patrol has been doubled and policemen are working over *
time. There are more policemen "walking the beats" too, to
help protect you and me In these daylight robbery hours, as
well as night. The city is doing all it can to help straighten out zs
these problems. Steve is to be congratulated on this much c
needed move. Speaking of the Mayor, we hear tell that former
City Attorney John Barrett has thrown his hat in the mayor's dFo r a
ring. Do not let us get confused on the issues at hand. This man
has been in office a few short weeks,and is doing a great Job. 37
Let's keep him there. Steve Clark should be our next elected
mayor. Believe me q'
Speaking of the election, a Mr. Gerald M. Rothbard is op- ; Mq ,. a '"
posing Commissioner Range in November. He listed his occupation I
as promoter. We have a promoter, planner, hard
working Commissioner already in that seat. Help keep her.
there for your own good, as well as that of your children and I
the other good citizens of Miami. s > Ss

PRETTY GIRL OF THE, WEEK, : Mary Ann Akins ,
VIP OF THE WEEK: Chief Walter HeadleyI

read a very good article in The Miami Herald the other
day written by two doctors, Grace Langdon and Irving W.
Stout. What they said was so very true,and is the basic cause 'y'f ? 1, ,

for so much lawlessness in our country..They say, in brief, c a t :
that we emphasize the importance of our children learning to >
be obedient and intelligently capable. But lawlessness is not ,
being obedient; unruliness, waywardness defiance, disregard i
for authority, disrespect and rebellion. The eightyearoldchild
who gets into trouble at school. Is defiant to his parents
and rebels at his parents when told to do something is
living lawlessly. These little things slip by one by one until .6 e
they rebel against society and the laws of society. They state *
that "parents are. wise and are doing their child a lasting
favor when they are alert to the beginnings of a flouting of
law and authority. Nip those beginnings in the bud before they
have a chance to grow" parents take heed. }

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: We wish a Happy New Year tE 4'ca
to all of our Jewish friends Would some kind businessman
sponsor a young wheel chair victim to the Dolphins home
games? This young man sits in front of the Kwik Chek storeon
NE 2nd Avenue at 54th Street,and sells papers, paper back
books and whatever he can to make living. He loves the Dolphins
but cannot afford to go. There must be someone whowill
sponsor him to these games, and the person who has to
carry him. Please folks, when you buy a pesticide, and we
all do, be sure you read the label carefully, and use as direct "'. '. .,;.,.
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ed. have children the NON-TOXIC kind. The .
If you please buy .. 'y,"
Non-Toxic kind still should not be sprayed on dishes, glassesand f ,t'! '' '.'
food items.We are trying to keep down the bugs, but do not "V .. )
kill your child while trying to do it. If they were not dangerous, J
the companies who make them would not go to the expense of ...$ :" /
all that printing on the can, READ ITI! Herb Jefferies, his .,,; ,
wife, Tempest Storm, and sweetheart of a daughter, Patty( are '
back in Miami. She is working at the Gaiety Theatre on the :
Beach. Her mother, Mrs. Miller, is visiting with them here, one' YOU'1i9h'yL: ;
and she is enjoying the sun, sand and sea of our city. Says she ,
might not go back home My Godson, George Marshall, Every like.Viceroy's .
celebrated his birthday yesterday. Hope itwasagood one, old ,
boy. If I tell you how old he is, you'll know my age. NEVER t c '
(I want no comment from Garth Reeves or Bill McBride) taste
Our City Manager made another step forward helping the tax : good '
payer. The provisions of the new law on towing service are ;

written In such a way that the problems we have faced before, never ltS. ;
the will not be bilked out of so '
will be eliminated. We, public, t.
much money if our cars are towed in from an accident or what ( : .: /. .?'>??/> / *:i;%JSmce
ever. Wrecker firms who receive contracts from the city will :t'ft' :; :. <:;.h r .< .rn. .. ,..; 1"' ;:: {< ', '
'. <. ., : ,, t.., '' 'l$ "
rather than out scouting the they .I'f ; y' 'y"" "" < "
be called by the police, go way >', ; \ '
have done In the past. Good, now Uwe can regulate ambulance '..S&47N: : :

service to a lower price, we will make more headway. Good ..:, .... f' r .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967 11

Round About !I National Business League Promoting

Talk. I (f.; $500,000 Project- OutreachTermed

BY ) by its president as "It only shows that we at the promotion of integration, kegee Institute, and also of the
JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL the "Most successful conven- Schenley's have faith in the Burrell, since he assumed the NBL, resigned as Chairman of

TALK 0' TOWN tion" in its 67-year historythe continued growth and expan- leadership two years ago, has the Board of Directors because
Negro Reserve Lt
Smith's Army Guy Gibson National Business League sion of such a worthy organi- fought to reassert it as a body "health reasons
marriage to Margaret Elizabeth Rusk 18 of
,daughter attracted more than 200 dele- zation," he added. that shows vitality, and a desire Barrell was elected to take his
Secretary of State,Dean Rusk a first at such level
high caughtthe
gates to the seashore resortof to forge ahead. place after the board bestowed -
Capital by surprise. Most observers
are digging for Atlantic City promote the The three day session hereat Dr. Frederick D. Patterson the title of Chairman Em-
deep political significance Actor Theodore Bikel
(American growth and development of minority 1- the Ambassador Hotel attracted former president of Tus eritus on Dr. Patterson.
Jew)angry with the Student NonViolent Coordinating Com-
mittee because of SNCC's charges that Israeli Soldiers com- owned businesses.In members, delegates,

mitted atrocities against the Arabs Lynda Bird Johnson and federal resource persons
(LBJ's and who put in a busy schedule in
big girl) Marine Capt. Charles Robo's fast court- his keynote address,
ship and quick December wedding a rush After the NYC Berkeley G. Burrell, League attending seven workshops and
school Teacher's strike, there will be a strong resentment be- and forums. Among the main
president a prominent
tween Teachers and Students ..Don'tbe surprised if there'sa Washington, D. C. businessman speakers were Dr. Andrew F. '''
Student strike with the help of the NYC B rim mer, member of the
Heppies Floyd told his audience that"no
McKissick, Chairman of CORE, says, "You will have violenceas longer are we willing to Board of Governors of the
long as you have black people supressed." Few shall scratch for stray kernels in Federal Reserve System;
make it. ..Leroi Jone$poet and playwriter; we will nolonger the economic barnyard.. we Thomas W. Harvey, Deputy & J
stand for representation by the clowns and the sick uncle demand an equal place at the Assistant Secretary of Commerce -

Toms RAP BROWN, Nat Chairman of SNCC, said Pres. full trough of plentyl" ; Atlantic City Mayor
LBJ brought no help for Negroes during the rioting. The only Richard S. Jackson and Wil-
help that came was for the hunkies. (whites). United States liam H. Kelly, League Senior r An f r
rioting, the story of too little too late.33 black Americans kil- Urging them to make full use Vice President.

led, Watts (L. A. CAL.). 31 blacks killed in Newark, N. J. 42 of the $500,000 Ie d e ra 11 l y- 4 r 9af ;:' M,d s .
blacks killed in Detroit, Mich, plus other American cities. funded Project Outreach, he Burrell also announced that ry4 4.
Death whole sale. The summers will Ret hotter,with more kil said while he looked upon it the NBL was launching a campaign ,ann.Y"6 .
only as a foot in the door, it r
ling. t o raise $250,000 to
was to be regarded as a signal
cover administrative costs
DEATH OF A GREAT MAN'S LADY-A TRIBUTE TO BOOK- that government has been that are resulting from the expansion -
ER T. HA YES-Booker T. we your very close friends up herein made aware of the dire need of NBL programs and
the New York area felt the impact of your wife's death. We for economic development of membership drives.A 6 S
remember Mrs. Booker T.(Mildred Jenkins)Hayes the girl Negro businesses in the ghetto

next door. Calvin Cambridge, Nolan Kemp,George Wilkerson, communities.At '
"dream made visible'
Harvey Hall, Buster Tollover, Chris Bethel, (Maiden names) the of by L: j V
Sage Tuskegee -
Erma All, Eunice Charlow,"Sam and Dave"(The singers) and + r
present Burrell and the League was organized -
etc. ( others. We with
many say deep sympathy, remembering
League officers are in the in 1900 Booker T Washington
process by
the good times a time to live, a time to love, a time to die.
of selecting 12 cities to who was convinced that I
The late Mildred Jenkins Hayes.
set up t r a i n i n g and manage- the Negro should integratedinto
ment assistance programs designed the economic life of the i
to make better, more nation. The Sage then encour-
mer Dunbar School teacher, reading Dave Bondu's "Ar undMiami"
profitable businesses out d the aged several wealthy white
column about "stool pigeons" and getting her kicks. IMrs.
existing small enterprises. philanthropists to provide
Emily will motor to Miami for Columbus Day. Norman BARBARA WILLIAMS TO WED
Entitled Project Outreach,the funds to set in motion the first
,Jackson, 1685 Randall Ave. running a successful Trucking Co.
(Brother of Blonita Orr of Coconut Grove). Lawrence JEO EDA subsidized proTarn session in Boston, Massachu- Helen McClaln of Mia versity. Mr. Martin is a tech-

(Tack) pinder (Ex-20th Street Slugger) a Realty success. to the is the first ever granted setts. mi, has announced the engage- nician with Northwestern Bell

John L. English, 260 Audubon Ave., Manhattan, taking a taxi League. ment of her n 1 e c e, Barbara Telephone Company.
with his wife (She's the former Esther Leonard of 1603 NW Since its founding, the Lea- Williams, to Edward A. Mar- The wedding will take place
31st St., Miami.) Saturday night. Charles (Chuck) T. Williams gue has sought to be a power- tin, Jr., son of Mrs Betty October 7,at St.Philip's Epis-
Vice. President of ful and organized voice speak- Riley of Omaha, Nebraska. copal Church in Omaha. Miss

TEEN TALK AND SOUL MUSIC SURVEY Willis Jackson Schenley Distillers Company, ing with authority for all Ne- Miss Williams is a graduateof Janyce Maycock, formerly of
(Gaitor Tail) and his band at.Count Basie's Nite Club, record got a standing ovation, whip gro businessmen. Wherein in Booker T. Washington High Miami, will serve as maid of
breaking. .Sam and Dave's,"Soul!man," dedicated to lovely he contributed_ $5,000 checkto recent years it had somewhat School and Florida A& M Uni- honor.

Verdell Marshall Rutledge "A style view product." the League from his firm. diminished in influence due to
Raw-Cold sweat-soul(Jamas Brown) to cute Dora Wright. .
Jackie Wilson's"Higher and Higher,"dedicated to pretty Irene
Williams ."Respect-Baby I Love You," dedicated to
Claude Cole, "Aretha Franklin." Otis Redding and Carla
Thomas, "Knock on Wood,"a most sound.. Wilson Pickett's AL'S UPHOLSTERY -
Funky Broadway" to Larry Davis. A Stanley Sweeting dislike -

. "I wanna testify"(parliaments)dedicated to lovely HazelS DECORATORS V
y m one 11 e Ohio State University. (Central co-ed and god Modern
Antique -
daughter of the Stanley Sweeting (Mr Newspaperman) .
"Every time I hear your name," (Stevie Wonder) and "I was FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING
made to love her," to pretty Dorothy Borrow,"Miss Sunlight Restyled Repaired RefinishedNO

of 67" Silence is Golden," Beetles, "All you need is CHARGE FOR ESTIMATES

love" Diana Ross Supremes, "Reflections, very boss" WORK CALLED FOR OR DELIVEREDAL
dedicated to Christine Cunningham,post special... Like Chris TRESVANT, Prop. APPRENTICE MECHANICEastern

Bartley, says, (new hit) "Sweetest thing this side of Heaven" PHONE: 159-8901 5503 NW 7th AVE.
. Temptations, "You're my everything" Four Tops,
"You keep running away" newest hit. Four Tops,best "Reach is accepting applications for an aircraft -

out" This is Scoop Bethel saying, "Time and tide wait apprentice mechanic class to begin
for no man Until next week C-U-NX-WK. So long.iTovsToday.
NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU training this Fall. If accepted, you will re-

ceive a comprehensive three-yeor-on-the lob
and classroom training program. During train-

6711 NW 15 AVE ing, you will receive 267hr. and progressup
will be
to$3.69/hr. Upon completion, you
((1)) house.1299 NW 51st 'Terr. $300 down. CBS 691-9314 qualified as a licensed airframe and power-

plant mechanic.

((2).) 2401 NW 151st St. $300 dwn.3 bed. .. ,
house To qualify for additional consideration, you

((3)) 1917 NW 152nd Ter. $250 dn. $75 mo. MUST be a high school graduate, an American -

citizen, age between 18 and 26, and be

((4)) 5430 NW 15th Ave. 3 bedroom, 2 bath willing to work night, weekend and holiday

home. $1,000 down. e r4i shifts.

((5)) 1527 NW 40th St.3 bedroom home. Car-

port, fenced yard. Please apply by visiting our EmploymentOffice

: .
((6)) 3850 NW 170th St. $300 down. 3 bed-
room home: Fenced yard. .I' s. wr 4 4600 NW 36th STREET

((7)) 2345 NW 65th St. Brand new duplex. Hair Stylist Proprietor Monday thru Friday

$1,000 down. *HAIR CUTTING 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.EASTERN.


14460 NW 22nd Avenue $16 week SCALP TREATMENT *


all other tonsorial services

3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635.4$95 BARBER WANTED


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I United Fund Aaencies Have Open. House

The United Fund extends an to let the community see whereits 7200 NW 22nd Ave.; Carver
open invitation to all Dade contributions are going. YWCA, 5100 NW 21st Ave.;
County residents to visit the United Fund branches in this Senior Center, EdisonCourts,
a United Fund Agency and its area are: James E. Scott Day 6200 NW 3rd Ave.; Muscular
branches. this Sunday, Qct. 1 Car e and Kindergarten, 6306 Dystrophy Society, 131 NW 29
from 1:00 to 4:00' p.m. The NW 14th Ave.; James E. ScottDay St.; Hearing and Speech Center

purpose of this open house is ,Care and Kindergarten. ,, 1540W. Flagler Jollivette

______ u __ plaza 6319 NW 24th Place:
James E. Scott Main Office,
Urmey Bellman Finalist In 4901 NW 7th Avenue; Carver
Branch YMCA, 5770 NW 15th
I "Bellman Of Year Contest"Jesse Ave.; American Red Cross,
5020 Biscayne Blvd.
Youman, 1345 NW 69
Street, of the Urmey Hotel, a 18 Year of Responsible
Claughton l Hotel, has been Building The Community Service to
named as a finalist in the sec-
ond annual International I Be 1- When Buying or Building
man of the Year" Contest, it

'''' was announced today by Mr.
'. r Joe E. Widick. General Manager Wr riY!
i. o '1-3604
1 .. Jesse has been with the Ur- Beautiful Home
'," mey for 13 years, and is the f Built on Youi
.- .
I of Iii Lot OursAttroctlve
-- type individual who seeks to or
render service assistance A I Ie
I Guild Decorates JESCA Community Room to hotel guests in the great l i ItLqtiy rations AdditIons and

spirit that was once so prevalent Let us Demolish
On Wednesday afternoon, in our nation.He was, last Iw Your Worn OutHouse
September 20, James E. Scott year, selected and served on and Builda
Community Association, a M1 ra the Jury of the now famous Lovely New
member agency United Fundof L Mossier Murder Trial and, be selected by a distinguishedpanel Home
Dade County said thank you later, when the Jury was lockedup of Judges from the in- Call Us for Fact About
with a party for the Designersand for the deliberations,it was keeping and travel industries, Building
will receive a $500 U. S. Sav- Good Bank Financing
Decorators Guild for the the Urmey Hotel that was
beautifully decorated Com- chosen; and Youman found ings Bond, a special set of STANLEY BUILDERS,,
munity Room. himself i then, not as a Bell Samsonite Luggageand an all- Inc.Licensed .
Captain, but as a guest in his expense trip to the AH & MHA 'Insured
Carrying out the United _
own home. Convention in Boston in October -
Fund "Good Guys Give" slo- 888 N. E. 79th Street
gan, the U. F. posters blended t Jointly 1 sponsored by the Miami, Florida ,
with the orange and green American Hotel and Motel Association -
color scheme of the room. and Samsonite Lug- NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY!
gage, this yearly guest is designed -
In a short and timely speech, to honor the b e 11 man NOW 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU

Commissioner Athalie Range who is among the first to pro- COOKS BUSBOYS
cited her early associationwith vide service to guests and is, DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS
JESCA as a teen-ager too frequently, among the STATION DRIVERS
whose special interest was tap "forgotten men" ofthein- HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAID SAl
d a n c I n g. She expressed the keeping industry.As .
hope that the room would be Employment ServiceOver
used by all people regardlessof a finalist, Youman is
race, color or creed to competing for this coveted 20 Years Service in Miami
strenghthen Human Relation- award with more than 60,000 714 NW 62nd Street 758-7663
ship. As she snipped the rib- bellmen from all over the 534 N. Miami Avenue 3798382QUALITY
bon with the giant shears, it world. The winning bellman,to
symbolized the opening of another Junior deputies in their attractive Housing, but service friends V,
service to the young and uniforms include and neighbors is Just beginning -
the elderlyrepresentedbyfive white helmets and girls from as she checked the time
year old Rosalind Kinsle of Allapattah Junior High School with Lester Freemin. Board
Day Care Center No. 2 and assisted with parking cars and President Mrs. F. Jollivette
Rev. T.R.Harrison,presidentof greeting guests. Chambers and board member
the Golden Age Club. Mrs. Charles Carroll agreed, ,
The party is over said Mrs. but 'they continued to serve
Mr. Lester Freeman, Milton Margulis, chairman of refreshments.
chairman of the Youth and r -

Group Work panel of United Prudential Commended For
Fund presented "Good Guys" ,
awards to Robert Rubenstein,
president of the Guild and Mr. Newark Housing Project Q
Edmond Burke, chairman of
the Project Committee. "The National Urban Lea- Insurance Company of America -
gue commends the Prudential for launching the buildingof J
an Impressive $4.5 million
housing project on the edge of
LIB-CITY Newark, N. J/s ghetto, mark-
ing the first Important. step
NOW SHOWING taken in the nation's private
sector to concretely initiate a
.DRIVE-IN THEATRI $1 billion program in slum re-

development."Just .

Due to the abnormal precedented as significant are Prudential's and un-

plans to complete the projects SEAFOOD CENTER
Subject matter $f within one year and to make the

motion picture price of the units withlng the
range of persons living in the
no children Will fee allowed heavily crowded tenementswho 5759 NW 27th Ave.

desperately need good
with without their
or parents! housing.

"Orville E. Beal, the Pru-
bential president, is to be con- 6354794It's
gratulated for the bold leader-
ship ha has taken among the 348
HPOR major insurance company
n' leaders.
: "The action not only demon-
} strates what business and Industry a great pleasure to serve you.
can do,on a great scale
'::"":',<',:',,:"':, to help improve tie quality of
>:: :r ,,"' life in the central cities,but it Come to see me.
I' also shows the kind of mas-
t sive, imaginative involvement
;:... which has long been needed to
i ': give hope to disadvantaged You will get Quality Merchandise,
and help lift their lives to the,
up r.r level otfulfillment enjoyed by
/ 2nd HIT! --- -- other "
all Americans. and Always Service With a Smile.

LAW Lot 100x150 for church or i
h FILM WOMEN WHISPER ABOUT... Business on 17th Av. and I '
BUT WONT TALK ABOUT ITI I 51st T.rr. Corner. Corn.r,
50x105, 14th Av. 55th Leonw
Special Uniform Police St. Duplex lot. Easy terms.
We buy and sell. 75x100
price $1500 with R1 lot.
will admission
supervise BARON 539-1340

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967

On State

Sunshine Community Club Miami -Dade JC Band Swings Out Over StateNot ,

IJ BoardDr.
OfficersThe yet a year old,the Stage swing through Florida,Oct. 3. gale of the M-DJC South Music
Installs New
i Dade Junior faculty will perform inDay-
Band of M1 a m 6. Geraldine P.Wood Na-
College South will make a The 21 me mber banddi_ tona Beach, Ocala, Jackson- President of Delta Sig-
Sunshine CommunityClub ber 8. A group of ladies will invitational concert ville, Orlando and Ft. Pierce.
four-day rected by Dr. J. Larry Zin
has been
met at the home of Mrs. represent the club. Prior to leaving on tour,the ma Theta Sorority,

Estelle Williams for their Mrs. Sims was a very grac- band will open the season witha appointed as a Public Memberof

opening meeting. Mrs. Eliza- ious hostess and the ladies en \I concert Oct 2, in the South the Department of State'sTwenty

beth Curtis, President of the joyed themselves very much. Campus patio at 2 p.m. First Selection

City Federated Club, installedthe The next meeting will be a t the Organized last February, Boards.

new officers Mrs. Dosha horn of Mrs. Ruth Williams. the Stage Band is open to the The Selection Boards,which

Howell was installed as the student body by audition. The convene in the Department on

president. Most of the BROWNSVILLEFEDERAL trombone section boasts a September 19, will review the

other officers are the same. CREDIT faculty member files of approximately 2,800
A report was given by the officers for performance
persons who attended the State UNIONOn Big Band Bossa Nova, Blues evaluation and promotion

Federated m e e t1 n g in Lake Chorale, Missle-Toe, Ha. recommendations, The
the Brownsville
Wales and also the Regional Sept. 20, i ir Hocus, The Wild Onion, Zing! Boards will be in session for
Federal Credit Union a
Meeting in Durham, North and Zapl Zonk!, Mia with a Horn, about eight weeks.
Board of Directors
Carolina. Night in Amsterdam, A Tude One of the Department of-
The members were serveda bership meeting. The Board for Piano, Up on the Farm,are ficers serving on the Selec-
President, Mr. Lee A. Black i
lovely repast by Mrs. Wil- among the numbers on theband's tion Boards is Mr. Howard
and general membership expressed -
liams who left on the next Fri- their satisfaction with Ust.Traveling. Robinson, Labor Advisor totheAssistany

day for the University of Ohio the findings of the Federal Ex- by auto, the play- Secretary of
where she will be an experi- aminers and the over-all op- ers will head first for Daytona State for East Asian and Pacific -
enced teacher in the National Beach. Affairs.
erations of the Credit Union.
.. Teacher Care for training new The Chairman of the Super- The following I s their tour FOUNDNOT GUILTY

teachers. visory Committee, Mr. schedule: Daytona Beach Jun-

The second meeting of the William A. Wynn and his committeemen iorCollege, Oct. 3, 8p.m. Ruby Jewell Walker of 5121
Ocala High School Oct. 4 8 NW 8th Ave., was charged on
club was held at the home of are presently conducting ,
Mrs. Ruby Sims. The Presi- its annual passbook p.m. Florida Junior College, August 2, 1966 on five countsof

dent, Mrs. Howell, made new audit. Jacksonville,Oct.5, 10:30 passing counterfeit money.On .

plans for the club year. Also, Congratulations are extended a.m. Orlando Junior College, September 19, 1967, she
plans were made for the one to our staff(Mr.;Henry W. _. -- ---- Oct 5, 8 p.m.Indian River Jun- was found not guilty in the fed-

day session of the State Meetin Johnson, Manager and Miss The String Section of the M-DJC South Stage Band, features ior College, Ft. Pierce, Oct. eral court, Judge Cabot, pre-

the Cocoa, Saturday, Octo- Helen L. Rivers, Clerk). Ronald Halcrow, left, and Richard Johnson n. 6,1 p.m. siding.

I OfO Grant Will Aid-Low Income Students At 13 Colleges And UniversitiesFunds

on to their Junior year when the College, Atlanta, Georgia
to pay the cost of coordinating the project. of higher education which have gain fresh insight into how col- two year sequence ends. Florida A & M State Univer-

room and board for some 1,100 Representing the bringingtogether a large student body drawn lege programs can be restruc- The program will demon- sity, Tallahassee, Florida
from low-income families tured to be of value to ;
of from
low-income students enrolledin funds a num- jreater
strate the effectiveness of the Alabama A & M College,Nor-
a new two-year curriculumat ber of sources, and the resultof tf tion, under Title III of the, students from low-incoirp new curriculum materials mal, Alabama; Tennessee A&
13 predominantly Negro the combined thinking oi Higher Education Act of 1965 families. It is entirely pass
which are developed, and the I State University, Nashville,
colleges and universities, many distinguished educators, has already committed I I ble that new educational visU viavility of a program whichis Tennessee NorthCarolina
have been made available by the program is designed to I $2,364,068 to the 13 colleges. will emerge as a result of this structured in such a way it T State University, Greens-
the Office of Economic produce educational changesat program," he added.
Oppor- and universities to pay for combines the use of regular boro, North Carolina.
tunity, it was announced to- these academic regular fac- staff and special instructional
The Office of Education and faculty with a faculty drawn Jackson State College,
day.The ulty and outside faculty. aides at the institutions involved the National Science Founda- from the outside to teach a new Jackson, Mississippi Tal-
$850,000 grant was The impact of the pro- in the The 1 tion
program. provided funds this summer curriculum specifically ladega College, Talladega
made to the Institute for Ser- gram is expected to be felt,, Cooperative Research Branchof for ,
a special writing conference designed to produce lasting Alabama Southern UniversityA
vices to Education, 2000 P St., however, not only at the col- that has awarded' ; "'I'
agency in pine Manor, Massachusetts educational change at an aca- & M, Baton Rouge, Louisl- '
NW, Washington, D. C.,a non- leges actually involved in the $500,000 to the same agenc r which brought to- demic institution.The ana; Norfolk State, Norfolk, '.
profit agency responsible for program, but in institutions i for its administrative expenses d
gether representatives from project director will be Virginia; Bennett College-;i'.
in the coordination ol f f colleges throughout the coun- Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, Pre- Greensboro, North Carolina;

this program and for other ol r try. sident of ISE. He is former Voorhees College, Denmark,
its educational ventures. President of North CarolinaA
The curriculum materialsthat Carolina; Lincoln Uni-
and T College and Virginia versity Oxford
were, developed are cen- Pennsyl
The grant -- with the ex- Union University.The vania
tered on English, Mathematics ; Bishop College,Dallas,
ception of the Carnegie award colleges are: Clark Texas.
social science,and biolo-
for three --
which was years
gical and physical science will
are of one year's duration. be used at each of the colleges

r during the coming academic
Many of the OEO-supported year. Call

students willbealumniofOEO's
The staff at each college
during the academic year will
gram which provides educational -
include one teacher in each of
and cultural experi-
the subjects from the sponsor 1j
ences for underachieving high
ing institutions and one teacher -
school students from low-in-
In each of these subjectswho
come families, in an effort to AT PL 1-7502
is not from the institution.Also .. '
equip and motivate these stu-
included are a counselorand A GOOD
dents towards college. FOR BUY ON A
a local director. There
will be a small staff at ISE to
While the program will operate STEREO OR ORCHESTRA
in predominantly Negro help coordinate the program.Up .

r. colleges, it is definitely not to 1,250 students will be INSTRUMENTS.

1i. I designed to perpetuate them as enrolled in the program including

segregated institutions, but nonOEOsupportedstudents.
rather to help bring them into The precise numberat

the mainstream of American each institution has not been
determined but most
education by providingnewdi- colleges
Among the new courses offeredatBethune-CookmanCollege rections," Theodore M. will be enrolling about 100 students -

is Introduction to Data Processing designed to acquaint stu- Berry, Director of OEO's .

dents with the fundamentals of data processing. Emphasis is Community Action Programs, Students who are enrolled

placed on punched card systemsandapplication;and introduction said. become regularly matriculated -

to computers and computer systems. Vivian DeShields, freshmen, receiving academic -
Associate Professor of Business Education is shown demon- "Through the use of the new credit for courses takenin

strating new equipment for the course as Business Adminis- curriculum the schools will this program. They will go

tration students Cornelious Miller (left),Jacksonville Pa-

tricia Carmichael (middle), Carteret, New Jersey, look on.


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takes to the airl For recognition for what you have !
i those who still remember how done. This means doing your
-1 to turn on the radio, you may best atwhatever you under-
hear all about it "straightfrom take."
the horse's mouth" this "When you are number one
coming Sunday night on W MB M in the whole nation, it makes r
1490 on your dial. Mr. C.All- you proud of yourself and of
good, Principal of Dorsey Jr. the persons who have helpedyou
High, and Coach Freddie Pitt- in your success. Winning ,
man discuss the presidential to me means a world of suc-
physical Fitness Award and cess, and a great victoryl"!
: its many meanings i at that
Plans are underway for the
time. To be exact:Sunday night
observance of American Edu- :i
October 1, at 9:00p.m.on TomWashington's '
cation Week according to :
"Voice of the
: Mrs. Doris Pittmin, chair-
l Community," hour. man of that committee. Some ,

The follow-up radio show of the proposed plans include
: will then feature the kids exhibits in the community,
themselves as they discuss the open house for parents In \:.;
I' meaning of it all. This will be special program, and outside .J"
I a week later on Saturday, October speakers. The theme this ./
7, at 11:00 in the morn- year "How good are your
k I ing on W K A T, 1360 on your schools?"
dial. The names of the students Crisis Sunday will be ob-

1,000 Jobs In two days-Any time a civic undertaking produces Jobs supplied by any one company. Another applicants re- who will appear on"The Youthof served, October 1st. Parents
1,000 Jobs in two days for young people from low-Income ceived Jobs from the Esso Production Research Company, a MiamtSpeaks"w1llbegivennext take notel! All schools will be
families, it rates a salute from leaders in Government and subsidiary of Humble. Vice President Humphrey later called week. So until then, keep open this day to show parentssome
everyone else concerned with today's most urgent social and the Fair "a unique innovation in good business and good citi- your tubes warm for some of our handicaps in this
economic problems. In Texas, where many things are big, the zenship," and Secretary of Commerce Alexander B. Trow- good listening.One critical time for education in
City of Houston's recent Job Fair racked upa huge attendanceof bridge said it offered "an excellent example of what forward- typical winner of a Pre- Florida. Teachers will be on
young poeple, and about 1,000 of them were successful looking leadership, with loyal support of civic, industrial and sidential Physical Fitness hand to escort parents, from
finding Jobs with Houston employers. Some had been lookingfor other organizations, can do in encouraging and promoting a vital Award, Douglas Caramon, an 200; to 4:00 p.m.Just remem-
Jobs all Summer and said they doubted if they would have program from which everybody benefits."The sponsors include Eighth Grader at Dorsey,sub- ber the Dorsey Pledge: "in
found one if it had not been for the .Fair--shown in progress community-action and human-relations groups, unions, mits this student editorial en- spite of any" handicap, I shall
above at the Sam Houston Coliseum. Photo shows Ray Miles welfare agencies and other government officials agencies, titled, What It Means To Be A overcome?
being interviewed by Charles W. Armstead, Houston District and the City of Houston, in cooperation with the city's major Winner. We'll see you on Sunday...
marketing representative ofHumble Oil and Refining Company, business i organizations and scores of individual business
which hired 65 young men and women, the largest number of firms. "To me, it brings out a
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Mew Look in 'V' Activities : Innovation at Carver YMCAThey

had com, curious, wanting to know Just what this "cul- tion of Edith Williams. The dance group gave several other
tural" program was they had been invited to. The Y, they knew, selections. Then came the instrumental I group led by Bob
offered games and sports activities for children in the neighborhood Thomas outstanding music instructor In the community. The I
but they had never known the Y to offer any cultural instrumental group next accompanied the choral speech group
activities. They had set down tosee Just what it was all about. led by Clarence Brown in a chant of "The Negro Speaks of
Two hours later,delightfully entertained and completely satisfied -
they sprang to their feet in hearty applause for the group
of young performers who had danced, sung, acted,played music
and given exhibitions of crafts, fencing Judo and karate for
them. The time was August 1966. The place was the Carver
YMCA auditorium The audience was the parents and friendsof
the youngsters who had participated in the first "Culture Y
Through Play" Summer Day Camp program in the nation. It 4 r 1
was an immediate success.It a A

all started back in June at the beginning of school vaca- --- .W" -- I
tion. Ray Thornton had Just been appointed Program Directorfor and karate. I $
the Carver YMCA's Summer Day Camp.He was faced with fall and
"Culture Through Play" was continued through the
the problem of formulating a meaningful program for it. He spring semesters, following its success as a Summer Day I .1 ARivers.
recognized immediately that the traditional Y program of re-
Camp program after school during the week and on Saturday
ligious-oriented recreational activities would not meet the It to include activities and Its children's choir directed
mornings. was modified adult The by Sandra Lashley,
needs of youngsters in the Liberty City Community.What was theme was changed to"Culture Through Leisure-Play." Many popular Hampton House song stylist, gave several selections,
needed was something more something of broader scope. people in th community became Interested In the program and Including an original composition by the members of the choir
but what? What, in terms of what one can see, makes a ghetto donated time and money allowing for such extra-program activities themselves, "This Summer At The Y,." which gave humorous "
community different from other comrn lnities?What does a as a Saturday afternoon with the Charlie Austin Quartet praise to members of the Y staff Next followed demonstra-
child in a middle class conrn inity get that his counterpart in a Go-kart race, a Christmas a New Year's Eve party and tions and exhibitions In arts and crafts and ceramics, directed -
(the ghetto does not get? What is the quality of the social experiences -
an Easter Egg hunt. by Leroy Daniels and in fencing, Judo and karate directedby
of the middle class child? How does it differ from
assisted 1 Several minutes
Billy Hall as by James Peace.
that of the social experiences of the gfietto child? These were A grant from the United Fund enabled the Carver YMCA to passed before the applause at the end of the program subsided.
the questions that had to be answered in order to find a mean- expand its 1967 Summer Day Camp version of "Culture
ingful program for the Carver YMCA Summer Day Camp. Ray Through Play" More than 200 youngsters who otherwise might .
Thornton found the answers.To not have been able to participate were added to the program, fY1 1 k V
Also, free bus service and free lunches were given. The pro-
begin with, he realize that children are continually learn- gram activities themselves were enlarged with additional arts i
ing during all of their waking hours that the entire community, and crafts activities being offered. Ceramics grew as an activity -
not only the school, is a learning situation and that the oppor- when the Y was able to purchase a glazing oven. Photo-
tunity, quantity and quality of social experiences in the com. graphy was added to the program as the Y was able to builda
munity determine! what a child learns. In the average middle darkroom with developing and printing equipment. Quiet

class community, Thorton discovered, agencies in addition games activities were given a boost with the purchase of a ,,_
the Y look to the cultural orientation of the children. There is number of different educational games. Education films; ob-
a community center where children may go after school, on the tained on loan from industrial and governmental agencies in
weekends and during summer vacation to find creative as wellas the community were shown daily. A children's library,begun
recreative activities. These quality activities perhaps as during the 1966 Summer Day Camp was redecorated and its
nuch as regular school activities,help to discipline the minds,. book and magazine holdings enlarged. The imporvements in

bodies and spirits of youngsters. The middle class community eudcational games and films and In the children's library stem -_._- ..-- ... r- .-- ..------
center serves as extension of the school and continues after directly from Ray Thornton's belief that the best way to dis-

school the disciplined, creative atmosphere begun in the cipline a child's mind and body is to do it so that he enjoysit. Proud of their 'youngsters, happy with enjoyment they left
school, through in a more Informal setting. Additional sports and recreational equipment was purchased the auditorium and went downstairs for refreshments and giftsof

also. art, crafts and ceramics made by children themselves:
While children in ghettos; gather on the street corners after h > j> "'" They were less surprised thisyear than last year, these par-
school, unsupervised unguided, non-creative in their behavior j f" ; ; ents and friends of the youngsters who had participated In the
children in middle class communities go to their com- ;. 11 second "Culture Through Play' program in the nation, but ..
mimity center to participate in supervised cultural and recrea- 'So. .t-I I a 1.11t1: 1 they were more enthusiastic And they were satisfied that the
tional activities. While the work done in the creative atmos- ..,i//: .. .. 01 new Carver YMCA was helping them, their children and their
phere of the school is undone after school in the non-creative ; ) I' community toward a better way of life .
done In the schoolof "'u"" -" .I;!
atmosphere of the ghetto streets the work
the middle class community is'reinforced after school in Jd'rrritAr..fi
the creative and recreative atmosphere of the community cen- .
ter. While the ghetto child develops self-hateor self-pity from
A addition to the 1967 was a visit to
child very program
his social experiences in his community, the middle class
the Y by community resource personnel who addressed the
gains self-respect and self-esteem from his creative efforts.
_, ,, , youngsters. Visits were made by a number of community personalities -
'ld.I. .'.'.' m... Lit' J' .
>I. "'!If ;" :<.< ', '" Dr. Edwin
,, .' \' j' including M. Shirley Attorney Henry
: :: I : > ,, Arrington and Mr. David Williams, Manager Hayden Stone,
'" Stock Brokers. Ray Thornton is planning for presentation dur-
ing the school year youth and adult lecture class activities
staffed by community resource personnel in such areas of interest -
as family life, health, personal hygiene, family budget,
investments and others. Other visits to the Y this summer
included performances by the Bobby Kendrix Trio, Jazz sty-
lists currently appearing at the Bon f1 r e Restaurant, and the

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To reverse the pattern of the ghetto community Thornton According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
determined, a program capturing the creative interests and
Medical Cost is up 5% this year over 1966,
developing the creative talents of the child as well as one of-
fering him recreational activities was necessary for the Carver .A continuing; a 20-year rise.
YMCA Sumner Day Camp.The program"Culture Through * *

Play" was born. The American Hospital Association estimates

-.- -", .__... ._ ..._.. _. --.. that hospital cost will rise 15% per

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The 1967 "Culture Through Play" program was officially day cost per bed patient was $49.00; may go "
scheduled to end Friday August 18. However, Ray Thorntonwas to $58.00 in 1967; $67.00 in 1 1968; $77.00 in
I able to have the program extended through September 1, 1969 and $88.50 in 1970.
1 thereby shortening even more the period between the end of
E * *
Summer Day Camp and the beginning of regular school and
lessening even more the possibility of youngsters losing the
Are and covered
family adequately ?
discipline and morale gained from both. Thornton believes you your
firmly that an undisclpllne non-creative atmosphere Is corro- See a representative of
sive to the personalities of youngsters. He believes the community CENTftAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYHe
must provide at all times. since it is at all timesa
r ,. J ti learning situation -- a disciplined, creative atmosphere for will assist you in overcoming this high

;,,,,,,, .. w its youngsters, particularly after regular school hours, allow- Medical Cost. Do this today. Accidents do
ing them the opportunity of fruitful creative activity of con- not wait.
structure rather than destructive behavior In reponse to this
belief and to the demands of the community, "Culture Through Central Life Insurance
"Culture Through Play" was built upon a core of cultural Leisure-Play" will be continued again during this school year
activities which include! ballet creative,primitive and modern starting September 11. Children's activities will begin at noon
dance, choral and Instrumental music children's theatre, during the week and continue through 8 p.m. On Saturday Company of Florida
ceramics and arts and crafts. These cultural activities are children's activities will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Adult activities -
given in an informal setting and structured in such a way as to will begin at 8 p.m. and run through to 10 p.m. There 1416 North Boulevard
mike them seem like play. Thornton feels that youngsterslearn will be no Saturday adult activities.On .
best when they are not aware that they are learning. He Tampa Florida 33607
believes also that minds and bodies are disciplined best when Friday evening, August 18, they came again, less curi- ,
youngsters enjoy whatever they are asked to do to achieve that ous this time, but more enthusiastic. They knew what to ex- DISTRICT OFFICES
faces radiant with the of STATEWIDE
discipline. Around the core of culturalactivitiesaregroupedSports pect. Their were anticipation enjoyment -
and recreational activities which include baseball A prelude of piano music by James Daley was followedby
basketball, tennis,table tennis, checker billiards fencing, judo the Lord's Prayer given by the dance group under the direc-


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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967


Amanda Scott of 1931 Little Wayne Jones, 126)I

I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHSCARD I SW 48th Ave., West Hollywood I N. W. 59th St., died Sept. 22.

died Saturday, Sept. 23, in the i He is survived by parents, Mr.
B r 0 w a r d General Hospital. and Mrs. Johnnie T.Jones; one THE BAHAMASBenjamin

r She is survived by her husband I sister, Ann; one brother Johnnie -

OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAM Edward; a daughter Mrs.Alice T. Jr. Funeral services Davis, 60, was
Kegler; a son, Ralph Thompson were held Tuesday in the Nassau's 30th traffic fatality

family of the late memory of my belove<1 In memory of our beloved ; five grandchildren; three! chapel. for year. Mr. Davis stumbledand

husband ---n.-,.-,.._ ---- sisters Mesdames: Ethel I Edward Terrell, 2186NW fell in the path of a truck

ra, Bethel Florence Green and 5th Ave., died Sept. 18. Fun driven by Wean Williamson on
FRANCES A.BLAkEwho kA Louise Gladney; three broth eral services were held Wed. Sept 5. He was pronounced

ers, Earl, Cecil and Robert nesday evening from the chap*ldead) on arrival at the princess
died September 12, 1967 I father and Margaret Hospital. Last
Johnson; a step He is survived by a dear friend yearat
at her home, wish to thank the ;,.'. ..; mother, Mr. and Mrs David Mrs Viola Thomas. this time road deaths total-
many friends and neighbors ,( ;, Johnson. Funeral services led 20. Grand Bahama has ale -

for the numerous cards, telegrams dtEDGAR will be conducted Saturday, Mrs. Mary Pink, 1154 N ready had 17 this year.
5th Court died 23.
Sept. t
floral pieces, visits ) : 30 at 4:00 in the ,
'. .. ... Sept. p.m. is
survived three sisters
and calls extended to us in our '..,,':..,.'..f'.'.'.>, \'.'.".''"e"1, .w. Israel Bethel Primitive Bap- by Miss Marjorie L. Knowlesand
: Lillie Broxteen
hour of sorrow. Thanks to the :,r'.f' !' tist Church. Roosevelt George William
pastor, officers and members : Maggie Johnson, Nettie Bar- Archer have been awarded
of the Mt. Z ion Baptist Church: ({, ; Richard McNair of 225 NW rington of Osteen, Fla.; three scholarships by the Bahamas

Special thanks to the associate 20th Ter., 'died recently in the brother Levi, Israel, and Government to study abroad.

minister, Rev. Ralph M. Ross I Jackson Memorial Hospital., Sylvester Smith of Osteen;two Miss Knowles, a student at the

and the Francis Funeral He Is survivedbytwobrothersSylvester nephews, Alton, and Leroy. University of Missouri, has
Horns. WILSON and avldCaUoway; She will lie in repose Friday been awarded a scholarship in

Thanks again from the bottom who departed this life Sept. 30 three_ sisters, Hester O'Neal, evening until shipping tme Sa- journalism. She is the daughter -
of our hearts. 1966. 14) Mae McNair, and Da L I.>y turday morning, at 8:28 a.m., of Mrs. Gertrude Knowlesand

since, MRS. DENA GOODMAN Stanley. Final rites will be to Osteen, for final rites. the late Manassah
One year has passed
The familyIN you were called from labor tc PICKETT conducted in Quincy, Florida. Mrs, Martha Shackleford, Knowles.Mr. .

reward. Leandrew Copeland, the 10231 SW 181st St., Perrine,
But what would we give to I who passed to her reward on young son of Mr. and Mrs. died September 22. Funeral Archer, 30,. is the son

MEMORIAMIn see your smile, To see you sit,, Sept. 30, 1966 Alexander Copeland, of 1068 services Friday, 4.00 p.m. of Mr, and Mrs. Alphonso N.
and talk for just a little while. Near a shady wall this rose NW 47th St., died Sunday,Sept.,. Hurst Chapel AME in perrine. Archer of East Street. He was

loving memory of Though absent, you are always,, once grew, 24. Besides his parents, he is She is survived by five daugh- given the scholarship in upholstery
rtun IA'A" ..un ...1".4 Budded and blossomed inGod's his ters, Mesdames Chris Bram- and will study hotel resort
near, aim tuvcu, ouuiiuaocu, survived by grandparents,
still very dear. free light, Mrs. Lannie Copeland and ble, Mellie Hodges, Mallie and restaurant adminis-

Mrs. Annie Permelle Wilson Watered and fed by morningdew Mrs. Gracie I Croskey; four Cook, Maude Daniels, Viola tration at the Ryerson Poly-

wife and family.IN brothers, Leonard, Lorenzo, Woods; four sons, Neal Clar- technic Institute i Toronto,
Shedding her sweetness day Bennie and Arnold Copeland; ence, Oscar and Haywood. Canada. The presentation was

and night. two sisters Deborah and Remains will be shipped Saturday made by Premier L. 0. Pind-
MEMORIAMThe She came to a crevice in the
9:00 to ling.
Sandra. Arrangements are incomplete a.m. Chipley,
wall, Fla., for final rites.
family of the late Through which there shone a
Charles WM Simpson, 1318 Timothy Baswell Donadl-
beam of light.
LOUVINA PONDIES She followed the light throughthe Mrs Gladys Patterson of 67 St., died Sept. 21. Funeral son, assistant secretary, Min-

gratefully acknowledges all crevice's length 6785 NW 24th Ave., died Saturday services Saturday, 2.00 p.m. istry of Finance and Exchange,
4 expressions of sympathy Sept. 24. She is survived Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist recently returned from Wash-
I And unfolded herself on the
.. ..- .....---.--- afforded them in their hours of other side. by a sister, Mrs. Ada Church. He is survived by his ington, D. C., where he took a
ABRAHAM THOMAS bereavement Thanks for This rose still grows beyondthe Cohen; a brother, Riley Ross 9ife, Evelyn; one sister, Mrs. course in public finance by the
the numerous cards, telegrams wall and a nephew, Johnnie Jess.,. Isabelle Davis and nieces and International Monetary Fund.
flowers and kind wordsof Funeral services will be con- nephews He is the first Bahamian to
who died Sept 23, 1957. Scattering fragrance far and
encouragement. ducted ,Saturday, Sept. 30, at study at the Fund's Institute.In .
wide Horace Butler 6015 NW20th
None may come close to peac e ,
Special thanks to Rev. N. F.Clarke 3.30 .m. in Jordan Grove MB
Save those who are verypa" Just as she did in days of yore, p Ave, died Sept. 25. He is survived
and members, of St. Church.
tient, very gentle, Matthews Baptist Church Just as she will for evermore. by wife,Clara;twosons, anticipation of a banner
And practice to be still. Horace Jr., and Morris; four tourist season, the Bahamas
neighbors and friends sixty- Fred Deveaux
a pioneer
Government has the
Sadly missed. Mr. Fred Pickett husband daughters Mesdames accepted
c'' eighth street and Richardson citizen of the Miami area,died Lethann repsonsibility of training 600
Mortuary and staff for its ef- Miss Gwen Goodman, recently at a local nursing Jeanette, Barbara J., to 700 Bahamian hotel staff by
Mrs. Mary Louise Thoma' and Cathelene mother Mrs.
ficient service. MayGodbless daughter "J home. Mr. Deveaux, of 1221 the beginning of December
wife Let h ann Butler brothers r
allot you. Miss Emily C. Thomas, NW 66th St., was the uncle of ; ; The' Minister of Tourism expects
Abraham J. and Alfred N, three sisters, two grandchild-
sister the late Father Richard De-
tourists this
Thomas sons uncles and aunts. Arrangements
gen, -
The Sturrup and Marshall Mr. Steve Thomas, brother veaux, apriPstoftheAmeri- year.
are incomplete. '
familiesIN Mrs. Prevail Barber, cou can Catholic Cathedral. He is
sin. survived by his son, Jerry; r
IN MEMORIAM'n daughter, Leona Brown;
MEMORIAM several nieces including MissEd
sad but loving memory of THANK YOU LINCOLN MEMORIAL PARK
n a Deveaux and Cloefield
my dear son, In loving memory of our
Williams both of Miami. Fun-
husband, father, please accept sincere
thanks for your most thoughtful eral services will be conducted 3001 NW 46tK STREET NE <..,0.
remembrances.May Saturday, Sept. 30 at 10.00a

4 ft our Lord shower upon ,m, inSt. Peters American
you His choicest blessings. Catholic Cathedral. E. JOHNSON. MANAGER, OX 1 19)99

F4 Isabel YoungRICHARDSON Freddie Thomas, the young
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel

t 4 4d Thomas of 560 NW 7th St.,
died recently. Besides his 691-7661

parents, he is survived by one .

Miss Jo Willa Thompson of brother; a grandmother, Mrs. '.bt.ffF '

347 NW 17th St.diedSaturdaySept. M. L. Thomas. Funeral ser fir'A "
23, injackson Memorial vices will be conducted Fri- < .

Hospital. She is survived by a day, September 29, at 11:00
mother Mrs. Gwendolyn a.m in the chapel. of'
v Robinson Thompson a father 9n;;;:
; President John
-----"- y F. Kennedy ,
Joseph Willard Thompson; two appointed A. Leon Higgin- '/
sisters ; one brother; two botham to
PRINCE A. SIMS the Federal Trade
grand-mothers Mrs. Dutchie Commission and later to the t.

who died September 24, 1952 Robinson and Mrs. Mary Anna U. S. District Court (Pa.) 4. .
When death came and took ow; MR. JACOB ROLLE Thompson; four aunts; three It is believed that Henry 1 !

loved one away it left our horn 9 who departed this life Sept.28, uncles. Funeral services will Blair was the first Negro to be ; '

r, so lonely these 13 years Sleei p 1963. be conducted Saturday, Sept. granted a U. S. patent for a ) rEitlie'
on dear one and take your rest, "Now the laborer's task is 30, at 10:00 a.m. in St. Fran seed planter, for which a fll" 1'

we loved you but God loved yoi u o're cis Zavier Church. patent was issued October 14,

best. Now the battle day is past George Harvey Cary residing 1834.

Now upon the farther shore at 1440 NW 1st Pl., died .

Your dear motherRub;y Lands the voyager at last Saturday, Sept. 23, at 1601 NW LOOKING FOR A GOOD THE

Sims, sister, George Sims, Father in thy gracious keeping 1st St. He is survived by a mother PAINT & BODY SHOP?

brother, Betty Bethel, sistei r Leave me now thy servant Ethel; a wife Yvonne, a
sleeping." fatherGeorge, Sr., one brother
Charles; one sister Mrs. COMPLETE PAINT
IN MEMORIAMIn The Family Constance Louise Carey; JOB $29.95All OM pucei we too low, .

grand-mother Mrs. Geneva C.
of work
type body ,
sad but loving memory ol,, Sands; two uncles, Percy welding car waxing 01elic

IN MEMORIAMIn Brown and Charles Carey; one This ad worth $5.00 on Sopneoie
IDELLA ROLLE aunt. Funeral services will be any body workKellam's U too huik.tOM .
memory of the late conducted Saturday, Sept. 30,

who departed this life Oct. 1, LEROY ARMSTER at 2:00 p.m, in Weslyn Methodist Auto but 102 fwtectiott

1964. Church.
is door at th who departed this life Sept. 30, IN YOUR HOUR OF
There an open 1959.
end of the road trough which NW 62nd Street, died Saturday
'And thereis Sleep on and take your rest, "Where service begins; and never ends"
each must go Sept. 23 D. 0. A. to Jackson lody Shop
we loved but God loved
a light we cannot see, our best. you, Memorial Hospital. He is sur- Three locations to serve :
E Father claims his own. you vived by a wife Earnestine. 1495 NW 32nd AVENUE
Corlnne Strachan,Inez Rolle, Funeral I arrangements are in- Nio.1 Opo-locko ptrrint
PHONE G33-C037
The Armster Family :
David Rolle, children complete.



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Negro leadership- Ranks Declining- \ Big Food Sale at

While the number of Negro insurance firms in diverting owned companies combined
clerical, sales and non-pro- $1 billion for ghetto housing Because white insurance
fessional technical workers construction, Brimmer, who companies avoided writing
have shoyn expansion in re- was appointed to his position policies on Negro clients for i
cent years, the number of Negro by President Johnson in Feb- so many years, Brimmer said
physicians and dentistsare ruary, 1966, pointed out that that this caused Negro owned
declining, a prominent these agencies are already firms to thrive. But with the r
government fiscal expert told collecting more in net premi- change of attitude on the partof IIP II s
the 67th Annual Convention of ums from Negro policyholders the former, Negro com-
the National Business League than they are re-Investing in panies are experiencing a de- ,
last week Atlantic City,N.J. black communities. cline in business.He \' '

Appearing asthebanquet Negro insurance company h,. :, _, ,;;, All' Week Loug c.'
speaker, Dr.Andrew F, Brim- officials have told him, he urged Negrobusinessmen -
mer, a member of the Boardof stated, that they believe that to band together and up- '' TENDER CHICFRYERS
Governors of the Federal anyone of the largest five or grade and improve their facil-
Reserve System, told the 200 six life insurance firms In the ities. Only in this manner, he
delegates at the AmbassadorHotel nation is now carrying on its concluded, could they hope to
that only in the legal pro- books more coverage on the meet the competition by more
fession did Negro professionals lives of Negro citizens than is sophisticated business

show a slight gain In carried by all of the Negro-- nKlaods. \ '. WHOLE LB.
growth. White collar employment ; ; .
among Negroes is becoming -

increasingly concen- Credit Unions Directors ..1 .. CUT-UP LB. 25CfDIRRSGOLDSE
trated in the middle grade sal-

ary categories, especially in ,
nursing, retail sales, data Fired For Shortages AL' '
processing, clerical and simi-
lar Jobs, he added. k c M; al' ,a.. Mi
The discovery I of money regular audit about a month FRANKS
"These trends disturb-
are shortage in the accounts of two ago and fired the directos immediately -
ing he said. "While these
EOPI sponsored credit unions ,
occupations are obviously improvements -
has resulted inthefiringoftheir
over the tradi-

tional low-paying jobs as op- James directors.Barry, director of ROLL SAUSAGE LB. 45tFRESH
eratives, laborers, and ser- the Edison-Little River credit Carver
vice workers, they are not
union, was dismissed by theunion's
particularly promising board of directors
sources of community leadership RanchesNews .
when "
$545 was missing. '
Although a computer
Wayne Charles Lee Jr., director -
programmer may earn as of the Homestead- PORK FEET
much (or more) than high : P43s9C
Florida City credit union,was .
school principal, for example, By Walter Bowe .
also fired by his board because
he clearly has less weight in the
of a shortage of 350.
community's affairs. A Negro V. F. W. Post No. 8195 will NEW CROP WHITEPOTATOES
reservations clerk in a leading The FBI and auditors are investigating hold its regular meeting Sun-
downtown hotel is in the same both cases to determine day, October 1, at 6 p.m. All
10 LBS. 45
business as the former Negro the exact amounts officers, and members are *
hotel owner,but here,also,his missing and whether charges asked to be present.
community role is less sig should be filed. None has beenin ,
nificant. In my opinion,the expansion either case. Albert Miller Jr. of 716 NW GRADE A SMALLEGGS ,\ \.1"'i';;di,,JI'.'r,:< <. "Y::3 i. ;: (; ,\ :,o J W..;.:.",,
of opportunities for E 0 P I executive director, 3rd Ct., Hallandale, returned "d\'I, : : .'(" > :: '\\o,' I. ,
Negroes in the truly profes- Richard Weatherley, said that home from Vietnam last week. ; -':,. r'vfiS.J. \f.::' .3 DOZEN 64.9
sional and managerial occupa- both directors were bonded Spec/4 Henry Johnson re- li aa y '> SRiSffl!
tions should be a prime goalof and the credit union accountsare turned home from Vietnam also -
the Negro business com- insured,so depositors will September 23, he resides
munity.' not lose. 9ith his mother at 5751 SW GEORGIA

In commenting on the recent The boards of directors discovered Flagler St. W. Hollywood.The .
actions of the nation's top life, the shortages byaW. Usher Board of New SWEET YAMS LB. 9t
Macedonia Baptist Church of
West Hollywood is sponsoringthe
United Ushers Union and :< '

,. 0'... '"'I' their 9th anniversary:: Five MAXWELL HOUSE! a'A E

; ', i.' HERE IS THE FAMOUS nights of service will be heldas J* % I* I* ; C Slitotmfl

'o ,J follows: L Ij FTENDERIZED r r E4
Monday night, Oct. 2, New P
Jerusalenu Baptist Church of
;,,:;.: : Hi-Low Dania and pastor Rev.Tucker.

-',',( ., ; Tuesday, Oct. 3 Rev. Author

'>.. 'to.':., ', TV PolePlace I Jackson Wednesday, of Oct.Oakland 4th, Greater Park. SMOKED PICNICS LB. 35(

.j y.'n"Y f Mt. Olive Baptist of Ft.
'" ,.' I Lauderdale, Rev. G. E.Weaver -
;. ( TV highor low)
pastor. Thursday,October5th ,,' '" 1.":Ij\"" '),' tJo'.' '1. """ '.
') ;r" '.'" Takes virtually no spacer Hoe Well of Hallandale, :MARCAL ASST COLORNAPKINS. ) I ,;:',,:.>r'7:1: <" /: ,;
Rev. J. M. Moseley. Friday :
Oct. 6th Male Chorus in chargeOn Y l4-a'wro'1x,9' .i l5tFREDDY'S !
$8.98Get : : '
Oct. 22 Rev. F. L. Car- .., >, ,.'I::16' CgUNT.:.. r; : ,
I ,
ter of and "; ." : ', .',, ;.'
New Bethany Baptist "f :" /'.:' ,: ;, 'r\ M 1 > : r "It'; ,: :
congregation will be in charge.
this unique TV poleor Dinners will be served on the

a new roll-about TV 4th Sunday, October 22.
,, ,
stand with a brand new

DOUGLAS HEADSTART ,. ,,, ':t oJ. .

PARENTS cyr. ",.
't "
All children in the i HP.... .art i /'. ,.. .S..h..e Sweet, I"
Program at Douglas Elementary '.r', ';"
will receive ;. ,
TELEVISION School physival ': P -
examinations at the school, ".8' BP' '. ...
Physical examinations have
ONLY $6.00 ,
FOR been scheduled foryour: children '
A WEEK from Oct. 2. 11. .- .,
.'-'to". should receive notice of ,
0",. You I -' y .
the exact day and time for your 't- -
NO CREDIT child's examLntion from the ( .\5 lb .'
school. Please contact the f ; I : ,
30,0 '
school you have not received I. i IP g.. '

1 REQUIRED notification by Friday,Sept. ri.I : : : 1. : r;;:

29.Your ::; : "7 : :;' '0)'
child will not be examined SALES l-IMlI ((1)) ,''vtTH.JS, OJ QRDER"DR,1ORE, 7 .it
if you are present.. 0 __><<--- __ __. :

T. Wells Company Phone: 373-2971 NORTH DADE

38 HE 7th Street CLUB TO MEET
Miami, Florida 33132
North Dade Sunshine Com-
( ) Please rush me one HI-Low TV Pole and at $8.98 handling plus munity Club will have its regu-
.27 sales tax and .75 shipping I i "i
charge $10.00 enclosed. lar meeting Sept. 28, at theE 1 SUPERETTE
( ) Please deliver new television set. 0 P I neighborhood center,
Name 2341 AU-Baba Avenue, Opa-

Add,..sf locka.invited.North Dade residentsare 427 NW 18th Avenue I

Phone Number Mrs. Cleve Price,presidentMrs.
C. L. Hanna, reporter.


22 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967
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VALLEY Rev. J. Torrence GROVE Large Crowd Attend BaptistWomen's Rev. W F. Savoy, pastor

Lucile Torrence, reporterOur I
CouncilLast Grace Presbyterian:: Church I.

welcomes you one and all to
conference will
attend the Bible Class for
be held September 29,at 8 p.m. Friday evening a large sermons; Mrs. Rose Tolber t children and young people

The pastor is asking all members number of women gathered at of Mt Carmel stated she returned from4:30 fo 6:00 p.m. Every

to please be present. the Mount 011 vet t e Baptist inspired and hopes to do Sunday afternoon. Your questions

Church to attend the first fall more for the cause of missions CHRIST EPISCOPALRev.
bible will b answered
October 15th, the pastor is on the e
meeting Several churches ; Mrs.Armstrong of Zion arddiscussed.Dis Theodore Gibson, rector
MT. ZION BAPTISTRev. asking the choir to accompanyhim
and enthusiasm Hill stated it was her first timeat Silva
to Oak Grove, to cbse out were represented, cussions are also conductedon Antoinette ,reporter

C. Albury,pastor the Song Convention. Rev. ran high. Mrs. Flor- the convention and she plansto how the bible speaks to us Sunday, October 1, is the day

Patricia Austin, reporterWe Henderson is the pastor. ence Davis i presided at the attend every year becauseof today in all crises. Classesare parishioners of Christ
piano. Mrs. I. C. Micklns was what it means to people
conducted by Evangelist Church are looking forward to.
are grateful to all our On the fourth Sunday in October superb in the Bible discussionand seeking knowledge in kingdom Elder J. D. Fanlel and Mr. On this day, we will observeour

members and friends who the pastor is asking the everyone gave an expression building.All Hershel Peterson.. 65th anniversary, begin

made September services inspirational entire church to accompanyhim of the wonderful promisesof of the delegates stated We were happy to have an ning with Choral Eucharist,

and rewarding. to St. Luke P. B. Church, God. that they were proud when outstanding Christian education communion and sermon at 8:00

Espelcally, Rev. Ralph Ross at 3:00: p.m. to close out their The president, Miss Marie their president ascended the Sunday last week The a.m., Father Gibson will be the

Mrs.Rev L. R. Ross Sr., Rev. Men's Day. White, stated that much lies rostrum and spoke for Sunday school staff presenteda celebrant and preacher.

Euba nks and our own Rev. ahead and proceeded by calling Florida. They stated they were
The Union will be held here fine program last Sunday Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m.
Davis for their services extended for echoes from the National proud of Marie White whose
starting October 26th, with a evening In the morning, we the r e will be a Testimonial
while our pastor was local program sponsored by Baptist Convention, U. S. A., message was informative. Dr., had about thirty juniorhigh's Dinner, honoring our retiring

vacationing. A cordial invitation the church. The union will Inc., which recently closed in said; visiting us from Palm Senior Ward, Mr. William S.
is extended to everyoneto Denver Col. I. G. Pratt gave a summaryowhat .
close out on the fifth Sunday in Springs Presbyterian Church. Sturrup. Mrs. Athalie Range,
come and worship with us Mrs. A. L. Blackshear of had been said; and this is world-wide
October. This Sunday Miami Commissioner, will be
throughout the day as we welcome Mt. Sinai told of the many fea- brought to the large group hope, Communion Sunday. There the toast mistress and Father

Rev. and Mrs. Alburyand tures this convention offers to and inspiration.
The youth department of the will be preaching services Quentin Primo, Jr., of Wilmington
,Mrs. A. L. Blackshear, missionary workers. Mrs. Miss White spoke of the con- at .
both lla.m.andat730p.mST.
will the
union Is having a contest between Delaware be
director of the B. T. U.Congratulations, 'Ella Baker of First Baptist in ference she held with the National
the King and Queen.The ... guest speaker. Tickets and
to the Brownsville, told of the wor- Foreign MissionSecre-
king is little Dennis Torrence reservations be securedat
young Cultured Group for the ship services and the joy they tary, Dr. William J. Harvey, MARY may
from Grove the the door.
publishing of their first News Valley queenis brought to h e r; Mrs ,Claudia who plans to visit Florida this

letter to the church.We would from St. Paul. The climax Wilson related the entire year in the interest of Foreign Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor I guess you are wonderingwho

also like to recognize them for will be held October 3, here at morning i period when Dr. Missions, and the annual banquet Mrs. A. E. Bethel reporterSt. won the baby contest.

Valley Grove, with all the Mary's Worn e n' s Day Well, little Sonja Christie took
the fine services they are rendering Sampson of Louisville, Ky., will be held, all funds
churches in this district. was a real success. Special the first prize, a $50 Savings'
to the community. Keep delivered the inspirational raised will be donated to Foreign
up the good works and may God Mother Horne is the directorof Mission. Further preceding thanks to our speaker MissAl Bond, in the Baby Contest.She

bless each of you.Remember the Youth Department.Pray the banquet, a "Night with l s ten e Lynch, our soloists was sponsored by Saint

our sick and for the sick, shut-ins, DRAKE MEMORIAL the Stars" ,will be sponsoredthe Mrs. Iris Moore for her won There s a' s Guild who raised

bereaved families and thosein derful reading to the ushersof $200 Terrance Taylor was
shut-ins in your prayers. See support of all ministerswill ,
you in church. the armed services. Rev J. W. Dunn, pastor besolicitedPrayerswere Saint Matthews and Temple second, he receiveda$25Sav-

offered for Mrs. Callie Baptist Churches To every ings Bond, he was sponsoredby

t.ast Sunday morning we Foster, Mrs. Macon, wife of one that responded ourall St. Cecila's Guild, $93.40.St. .

/ IOr r had Baptism service at Vir- Rev. W. J. Macon, expressedher in many: ways, our heartfelt Margaret's Guild sponsored
glniaKey. Four converts were thanks. Lelsa Shiver $58.00 St.
delight in being present.The ;
added to our membership. Sunday is the first Sundayand Agnes Guild sponsored Bruce

Mr. Will H. Fuller our dis- president requests all communion will be servedall Rudolph Oliver, $34.00; all

trict scout executive was members to pay their dues for day, join choirs and ushers Saints sponsored Jarvin, 0.-

present last Friday. Mr. the purpose of supporting the will sing all day. Let us not Johnson, $23.75. Congratulations -'

Fuller has helped in the organization cause, those members who are forget our obligations for this to contestants.

of our troop. Parents = far in arrears, names will be
Rev Fr. George R. Taylor,
,please send your boys out removed from the roll. day.On
October 9, at 8:30 p.m., Priest-in-charge at St. Ann's

on Friday, at 6:30 p.m. The next meeting will beheld Usher Boards No. 1 and 2 will Church in Hallendale, was our

Mrs. Berry and Mrs. Friday,Oct 6, at 800p.m. hold a joint- meeting at the guest and preacher Sunday.His .
Brooks will have a sale at the
at Mt.Olivette Baptist Church church. All members of both sermon was very Informa

church on Friday, at 600pm.: All women who are in good I boards areaskedtobepresent. -
This sale will be for the tive.Make
given standing in the Baptist Church, Business of vital importance a special efford to attend
Miss Junior Contest.
are invited to attend our Bazaar November 10
Don't forget to see Mr.Har. We are thankful to God for and 11, bring a friend and encourage
dee Richardson for
or Mr.
the improvement of all our others to attend.Congratulations .
your ticket to attend the gospel
sick and
shut. Ins. Sister to our
... ...... feast Sunday, October 8th. MT.CARMELRev.
[ '.- is
--w Geneva Trotman now at priest Father Gibson, who

JUNIOR USHER has announced that these dinner The ushers sale are having at the a D. A. Bradley, pastor home. All other sickand shut- will begin his 22nd year as

I, Mrs. Albertha Williams, children will usher every 2nd home of Saturday, Sis Louise McGriff, reporterWe ins are still en joying'telephone rector, and to our Sr.Warden,
president of the Junior Ushers and 4th Sunday morning. calls and cards. Mr. William S. Sturrup for 50
1985 NW 57th St. Dinners will
had a wonderful time at Our sympathy to Sis. Sandsof years of service.
be served from 12 until
MT. MORIAHWe JORDAN GROVERev. noon the convention. It was a great NW 1st Pl., in the death of
4:00 You call 634-
: p.m. may her
are proud to have our C.H.Smith,pastor 0169 for delivery. The ushers session. We welcome our grandson. NEW PROVIDENCE
oi f
pastor back from the national Eddie Gilbert,reporterThe will also 1 have a pie walk at delegates and the members

.convention. No. 1 Ushers' Board, Mrs. Clements, please help our convention church our who pastor attended, Rev.D. the. GREATER ST. LUKE Rev. C. J. Burney,pastor
ushers in this project.
Candidates taken In during
revival will go'to Dania to St. Brother Earl Bannister, pre- You are invited to worshipwith A. Bradley,Deacon andSis Rev. 0. Taylor, pastor Arsula Edwards, reporterThe
sident wishes to thank the
Smith Sis. Rosa L. Talbert Bernice
us. E. ,reporter
Ruth Baptist Church to be bap
many friends for helping to Deacon M. King, Deacon William Lord's Supper will be
Used, 11:00 a.m. Sunday. make their 10th anniversary a served In our
Sis. Hazel Wil- evening worship.
ST. JOHN AME Prayer service every
Cars will leave the church, .
success. Thanks to the Rev.C. kens, and Sis. Louise McGrifl Wednesday night at 8:00 p.m. Prayer meeting Tuesday, at

at 9:00 a.m. please be ready. J. Burney congregation Rev. W. A. Curry, pastor' also Bro. A. Gaines. We hada There will be a seafood dinner 7:30 p.m. Asking all membersand

for their presentation Thurs- wonderful time in the city of in the church's dining friends to come out and

day night and the Rev. W. K. St. John gave the pastor a Denver. r.oom all day Saturday starting join in prayer together.

MT. OLIVETTERev. Smith on Friday night. Rev. warm welcome Sunday, after Remember the sick and at 11 a.m. until. Consecration hour of prayer

Roscoe Jackson did a marvelous : returning from a cruise on the i shutin, and those who have Let us remember our sick will be held each Sunday morn

I. C. Micklns,pastor job In closing out the anniversary S, S. Miami I spending a relaxed lost love ones.Visitors are always and shut-ins and our men In ing, at 5:00: a.m. Como out and

on Sunday, at 3p.m. week in the Bahamas.Dr. welcome. the service. pray with us.Continue .

ti1., Sunday Is Communion Day Our monthly conference will F. A. Allen, presiding in prayer for our

at Mt. Olivette and also wel- be held this Thursday, at 8:00: Elder of the Miami District sick, shut-ins and those who

come back to our pastor, Rev. p.m All members are asked to conducted the 4th and last have lost love ones and friends

I. C. Mink ins,'who after attending be present. quarterly conference Friday ANTIOCH BAPTIST BROWN'S CHAPEL Visitors are always welcome.

the National Baptist Have you' forgotten!: to oav night and closed the confer

Convention in Denver, Colorado -, your assessment? Men's Dayis ence Sunday morning with a Rev P. W. Wiggins, pastorA Rev. J. E. Brown, pastor FIRST BAPTISTOF

took a much deserved right around the corner on soul-stirring sermon. Sister Rosa B.Smith,reporter
welcome is extended BROWHSVI LLE
vacation. Our grateful appreciation the second Sunday in October The Pew Rally terminatedwith warm -

to Rev. William Washington Brother H. Dixonis a over 20 pew leaders reporting to the public to worship wit h i On last Sunday night,we had Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor

the Antioch family on Sunday. a program featuring thee Donella Turner, reporterThe
for a wonderful job in Sister Gladys Pattersondied : over $1200.00.The .
the pastor's absence. September 23. Funeral regular monthly love The Male Chorus, under Mighty Wonders and others. members and friendsare
services will be conducted al3pm. t direction of Deacon Roy Ross, On October 8th, there will
All choirs will sing jointly feast will be observed Friday, very happy to know that the
is scheduled to furnish the i be a tea at the church from <4<
at the church
Sundayt Saturday, I at 8:00 p.m.Services. pastor has returned after
Sunday afternoon, October House of Albert in charge The begins Sunday, ain t music at the morning worship.ping p.m. until 6 p.m. Please come month's vacation.We have been
8, the Male Chorus will celebrate entire church family is I 9:45 a.m. Sunday School under hour. The No. 1 choir,al and enJoy anafter service. inspired by the sermons delivered
so under the direction of There will be
with the family another musical
their First Anniversary.Time sympathy Cohen the direction of Mrs Ernes by our own associated

330; p.m. The program tine Peters, Supt., presiding, Ross,will inspire you wit I program. ministers, Rev. Thomasand -
hymns and gospel songs atttu e Conference will be held
will feature various groups assisted by Brother G 11. Brother Foster while
and talents of the city.A beaux ST. BARNABASThere crease. evening service. .. Thursday night, at 8 p.m. pastor was vacationing.
Choir No. 2 Musical Program Ushers will meet
tlful repast has been plannedfor The women of the church are Tuesday Deacon Sampson
will be Is scheduled for Friday, night at 8:00 p.m. please re- Tharpewill
enjoyment. a Hayride at planning one of the biggest sponsor
your a Green
the home ,October 6, at 8:00 p.m. member that our Ushers' Tea, at
of Mrs.Hattie
The following Sunday, October Women's Day ever terminatedon I the Brownsville Community
Jr. Matron's Societywil:I Board's
15, the number one choir 16245 NW 22nd Ave., Friday, the 2nd Sunday in November anniversary will be Center, October 8, from 4<< to
its held the
Sept 29. Tickets present program Sunday in Oc
will observe their anniversary are$1.00 for Miss Naomi Williamsonhas 6p.m.
adults and 50 t on Sunday, October 8tl 1 tober.
that $ children. been chosen chalrminand We
We invite
are asking you to
The bus will leave the at 3:00 p.m. Miss Marie Whit t Pray for our sick and shut- you worship
till pleasegtebothprogramsyoga church, Mrs. Elene Butler cochairman. with us each Sunday.
full cooperation. at 8:00 p.m. will be the guest speaker,. ins.

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967 23


Rev. W. E.Sims,pastor ALLIANCE TO MEET
Rev. J. E. Wright, pastor
Mary L. Mayfield,reporterThe The Interdenominational C. Culpepper,reporterThe
Ministeral Alliance will hold
and membersof 1 young adult choir along
president its first meeting since the
Choir No. 1 would like tc 1 with the pastor, would like to
summer recess Oc-
Tuesday, thank all of you who took partin
thank all of the participantsand !
tober 3rd, 11 a.m at Mt.Zion
visitors who helped tc 1 Baptist Church 301 NW 9th St. their Musical Program and
who felt it in their
make their a suc
Of special interest will be
hearts to come out and sit in
last The total 1 1
cess on Sunday. the report of Rev. Dr. Ed- the
amount raised was $622.71 on program.
> ward T. Graham concern-
A in behalf oWomen's f Installation services for our
banquet given log the meeting he attended
be held Sa- pastor will be held Sunday,
Day will this month in Atlanta Ga. of
ourday, September 30, at th 8 i the Executive Board of the Na- kins October of 1, at 3 p.m.Rev.Jen-

Black Angus Restaurant, 167U 1 tional Council of Churches. Friendship Baptist
Church and his
St., N. Miami Beach.Donatiot 1 Pastor Graham was appointed 9111 preside. congregation

$4.00. a member of this board ear-
There will be a dinner sale'Iller this
year.This report is of
Saturday, September 30,at the 1 ST JAMES AME
EWE i J1 not only to the clergymen -
; @ home of Mrs.Bernice Person,, but the community in Rev. F. E. Sneed, pastor
1090 NW 39th Street.Call 634-' in general.. Joseph Marshall, reporter

4072 for delivery. In addition to the report of
There will be a tea,Sunday, Sunday wewereblessedtohave
ohe president, other matters
October 15th, at the home 01 t baptism service.
of public concern in the interest The
2940 m' women are making
Mrs. Mayfield
Mary ,
of our community will be plans for their annual Wo
69th St. This tea Is sponsoredby '
discussed and acted upon. 'Their
the Junior Usher Board anis I Day. chairman is

I .......... .- given In behalf of Women'I Mrs. Margaree Young cochairman
Mrs. Betty Brown.

I At Cohen Day.The No. 1 Usher Board will l ST. MATTHEW HOLINESS With our support this project '

Scholarship Day TempleAmong begin celebrating Its'anniversary Bishop J. S.Davis,pastor will b$ a very successful one.
Cora Lee Davis Mrs. C. Porter andtheSep-
the many activities Cromartle, prospective slon, Minister James Cash,, Friday, October 6th, at t ,reporter tembertes send a heart felt

at AM Cohen Temple Churchof freshman at Mlaml-DadeJun- Director of Christian Educa 8 p.m. Rev R. Smith of Union Sunday, October 1 our pas "Thank you" to all of you who
Grove will be the speaker.The
God in Christ,educating ior College.As tion, introduced the keynote; tor will resume his pastoral helped with this project.

youth has played an outstanding a challenge to the youthof speaker for the evening- program October 8th will, at conclude 3:00 p.m.Sunday, work. He has been 111 for quite Remember you are always

part. our church a wellorganized Principal Samuel 0. Cohen,,: Our annual Women's Day soma time welcome.

The officers and memberswere panel discussion on Job Opportunities Miami Northwestern SeniolHigh will be observed, Sunday, Oc. Monday, October 2 thru 8th

extremely happy to make was presented. School. tober 22.Please,ladies,let our General Assembly will NEW MT. MORIAHRev.
their scholarship presentations Panelists Included Mrs. open, we are asking all members
to work in order to havea
Many thanks to our dynamic us get I A. L. Shipp, pastor
for 1967- 68. The annual and friends to attend.
Gray registered
nurse; Mrs.
leader most successful
and pastor for foreseeing Day. Evelyn Souter reporterOur
presentation was made by our Ida Cash, guidance counselor Barbecue and potato pies
; the need to assist Remember to pray for the I
our conference
youthin monthly
pastor Elder Jacob Cohen, Miss Rosa Storr,foreign lang- will be on sale In the dining
sick and shut-ins
pursuing their educationalgoals. everywhere.
during the YPWW hour. Recipients uage teacher; and MtssRuthie room, the church Is located,at (Thursday) at 8:00 p.m.
for the year were: Williams, trainee for airline 1246 NW 9 Ave., Florida City. The pastor Is asking all members -

Helen Storr, senior at FloridaA stewardess program. The In picture above Samuel 0 ANTIOCH M. B. to please be present.
Usher ,
& M University; Lula Mc. moderator for this occasionwas Cohen, Elder Jacob Cohen, CHURCH OF board No.2 will celebrate
Rev. A. H. Cssix pastor
Daniels, sophomore at FloridaA Mrs. Bernice Austin. Helen Storr, Avis Cromartie anniversary the
and Avis The pastor, officers and I TRANSIGURATIONWatch second Sunday in this month.
& M University; Following the panel discusFRIENDSHIP James Cash.TEMPLE.
members of the No. 1 Choir Our Men's Day ,the fourth
A.A _._,_.., a_ _.._...___ ..L_ this column fof the in
Sunday this month.
anI 5IiLUUIU evcryuue wnu
GREATER NEWMACEDONIA BAPTISTThe helped them in their anniver. "Ten best dressed" women in The No. 3 choir (Juniors)

Rev. J. E.Jenkins,pastor celebration of the Ternpleites sary last week. Appreciationgoes nomlneee Miami. Please to submit your want to thank each and every
Ruby Lee Carr, reporter anniversary Sunday out to Brother Joe Wal. Mrs.Carmen one that participated and attended -
Jackson, 5601 NW 10th Ave.
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor afternoon was a pleasing successful ker of WAME for serving as their services during
or Mrs; Jane D. Lewis 15830E.
Willie J. Beard, reporterOur Sunday, October 1, at 3 p.m 0 affair. The leaders, M. C. for our program. their anniversary
the pastor is asking the choirs. President CelestineSmith, Everyone is cordially invit. Bunche park Drive, Opa- Please pray for peace.Visitors -

Fifth Annual Women's ushers and all members to attend Mrs. V. Strachan, Mrs. B. ed to worship with us, gocka. are always welcome.

Day Banquet was held last Fri Brownsville Baptist t Bryant and Miss E.Lord,wish
day evening in the Starlight Church for the installation oi to thank the youngsters of Mt

Room of the luxurious Bis- Rev. J. E. Wright. Olivette, New Bethel, Ebe-

cayne Terrace Hotel,340 Bis- 1 October 2, at 8 p.m.the Sen- nezer, the Church of God,

cayne Boulevard. The speaker ior Ushers will observe their Temple No. 2 Choir,and Martin
was Mrs. Sarah McRae and anniversary. Rev. Stephensonof Memorial AMEChurch, '

guest soloists, Mrs. Valdez Antioch Baptist Church will Richmond Heights for their

Murray and Mrs. Ann Smith preach the anniversary ser splendid cooperation. Special
were at their best. mon and his congregation will thanks td the loyal ladies 4

Orchids to Mrs. Mytrice be present.The presidents and of T e m pie who provided the

Murry, the general chairman, members cordially extend you refreshments and served so

Mrs. Leola B 0 va n, the co- an invitation. efficiently.
chairman, and Mrs. Willie Get well wishes extended to Sunday was also Promotion

Mae Williams, the Program Sister Joyce Smith Cedars, and Recognition Day in the
chairman for a lovely and of Lebanon, Sis. Laura Mathisin Sunday School. Certificates
splendid evening. Baptist and Sis. Thelma will be given this Sunday to

Special thanks to Mrs.Sarah Clayton in St. Francis. To all those who did not get one, and 6 SOUCE $1.29
McRae, Mrs. Valdez Murray, the sick members a speedy there will be dedication of BAG

Mrs. Ann Smith and all the women recovery. Church School workers.
of New Macedonia for a The Women of our church The women will sponsor

marvelous Job. May God forever are sponsoring a Captains their kick-off program with a
bless and keep each and Fashlonette at the home of tea Sunday, 3:30 p.m., at the CHICKEN I BACKS 5ft 29C
Deacon and Sister Roosevelt
everyone of you.EBENEZER. home of Mrs. Lula M. Cole-
Johnson 254 NW 43rd St.,Sun brook, Women's Day chair
day October 8th from 4 to 6
man. Friends are Invited. DIRR'S OR COPELAND '
p.m We are seeking more The Temple family extends )

models would you care to sincere sympathy to Mrs.Esther :
: 3 PKGS.
model Let know.
? us and :
Campbell family on :
Rev. A.D.Hall,Sr.pastorE ;
You are also Invited to Joina ,
the death of a sister in the Bahamas
Ingram, reporter .. .
Toe Pulling, October 10th. last week. ":';" "
Sunday the observance of ,<, \\ ."
World-Wide Communion Sun- 3r, '
day. Methodist Join millions of MILK GAL. NODEP 99*
Christians in kneeling at the y
Lord's table.All members and

friends are Invited to come and

share in the fellowship We are

looking forward to a gloriousand BRISKET STEW 'LB..39 *
spiritual day all day Sunday -

The combined choirs will
be at their best.

The women are working
hard toward the success of the

Women's sponsoring Day program.a cruise Theyare CHICKEN WINGS 3LBS.' $1

around the Biscayne Bay on the THE DAY CARE CENTEROF

Bell of The Miami Dreamboat, THE

November 3rd.Thetickets are MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCHIS

plenty of refreshments on FALL SESSION ,
sale. The public is invited to
come and go with us. You may Times 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
call the church office about the Fee: $5.00 per w U.Addr..f GEORGIA FRESHCOLLARD
420<< NW 40th Street
tickets or contact any of the Infotmqtlon calls
For further
chairmen The Polncinia for Women's Circle willbe Day. 158-3446 OR 758-5921 GREENS 29*

in charge of class meeting
( Oc 6)
Tuesday night. Let us not for
get the sick and shut-ins.



24 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967

Entertainment Writer Blasts Motown pc P e

Record Corporation For Managing NewsChicago of

Lee Ivory,one of "Martha Reeves and the Van- writing about Motown long before
the nation's most noted enter- dellas', and Rosalind had the white press even knew
tainment writers this week every right in the world to blow there was such an entity."

leveled a blast at Motown Rec- up about. For a time,at Chica-
ord Corporation, the vast rec- go's Whiskey A-Go-Go where In talks with two Detroit disc "
ording complex headed up by they were appearing when the jockeys last Sunday after the H
Berry Gordy, Jr.,and the firm billing i changed leaked out, first palmer Park Open Goll t
where he was once employedIn Rosalind refused to speak to Tournament, Ivory learned _
the publicity department. r Martha after the trio left the that much disillusionment wa J
Speaking at a closed meet- v stage." created by the recent Moto s'S ..
Ing of entertainment writers sales convention held in Detroit n t1tr
who formed an association of Ivory also accused the De- .
theatrical scribes, Ivory stat- troit-based record firm of !
ed that Motown's policy for !IwLEE "managing news" as far as "The deejays with whom I ji
success is "one of the nation's Negro publications are con- talked expressed disgust at 4 I
gigantic myths and sooner or cerned. Said he: Motown's apparent snub in inviting 4. P
later the wraps will be pulled 1 "The publicity departmenthas at least one Negro disc iI
from the entire set-up and the .- a nasty habit of refusing Jockey to the gala show pre-
world will know that it is not IVORYof to admit the truth of news sented at the Roostertail. tf y _
'love' that keeps entertainers Martha and the Vandellaswas items to members of the ethnic Robin S e y m our and another
recording for Motown." a perfect example of what press. Then, shortly there- white radio personality was
Speaking of the recent plenty of Motown Artists haveto after, we find big, bold head- reportedly utilized as mastersof
troubles between Gordy and go through. Rosalind Ash- lines in metropolitan dailies. ceremonies.Both of the disc
one of his star performers, xord, who has been a long-time This is totally unfair to Jockeys felt that Motown was A ..... _............,_, .... ..
Martha Reeves, Ivory pointedout member of the Motown family, writers who have done more catering to white- oriented
: was not consulted before the for Motown Records than any- broadcast media without regard -
The First Federal Chargers (Annie Coleman Gardens)took
"The recent name-change billing was changed to one else in the world.We were to the Negro disc Jockeyswho second place in the Community Youth Club Organization League -

---- -- ---------- in many cases,must first Coach Ernest Mills (left) proudly displays the team
play a Motown record before trophy.

Youth Sue For Whitoy' will touch it."

Tampa Negro Two of the Chargers were awarded separate trophys for their

Admonishing the writers to Individual outstanding achievements. Pictured left
be fair, but firm, Ivory asked bert Bryant. most valuable player in te League.Also picturedare
Integrated Prep Athletics that all future reviews be writ- Charles R. Hadley, member of the Roosevelt Office Advisory -

ten_ without_ malice_ and_ withoutlavormsm Committee (center) and W. Hamilton Hayes,Vice Pre-
uH' me L syndicated LL sident and Manager of the Roosevelt Office of First Federal.
Tampa. Two Negro high and Anthony C. Harris and his ter a preliminary and permanent entertainment columnist
school I students today asked mother, Theresa Roberts. decree enjoining deten- maintained that truthful reviews -
the U. S. District Court hereto Young Walker attends Mid- bants from prohibiting inte- in the long run, would
enjoin Florida white and Ne- dleton High School in Tampa grated inter-scholastic competitions aid both Negro readers and the
gro athletic associations from and is a football player there.. Order each associa- entertainers themselves. COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
sponsoring segregated com- Mr. Harris attends Blake High tion to amend its charter to allow -
petitions between Junior and School in Tampa and also plays integrated activities STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
senior high school teams.It football for his school. Order the two associations to Ivory, who was elected Interim -
Their suit, a class action, meet together and plan athletic president of the Enter- VET
tainment Writers Guild hostsa
is the first suit of its kind is"'done in "behalf of themselves schedules along integrated ,
daily music-interview showin
filed by the NAACP Legal De- and all Negro junior and lines. FORMERLY VET
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fense and Educational Fund, senior high school students Joining Mr. Greenberg
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"Segregated public school The LDF suit specificallyasks and Tabias Simon and Alfred tertainers.'
athletic games are a common the District Court to:en- Feinberg of Miami.
practice In the entire South,"
said LDF DirectorCounselJack -
Greenberg. "This suit
aims to change that picture. Jack's MEN'S (WEAR OPENING WED OCT 4YOU'RE
Taking discrimination out of ,
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The LDF suit was filed The Very Latest in Men's Fashions

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I wrote last week,Kansas City Chiefs were loaded. There "
was no dispute they were as the score proved it so "24-0." RANGE OF FOOTBALL GIVES THOUSANDSOF

But, don't let one loss upset you. The best of teams get beaten FANS THRILLSThe
when they are expected to win. Coach George Wilson ST. and ..
football season got off to a roaring start and nowhere in
his coaches hate to lose, but that's the way it goes. Hard luckis
\ this vast and fertile land of pigskin tossing has the game created -
still following the Dolphins with furies. '
This again doesn'thelp "
more Interest than in our own little tranquil locale.
any. In last week's games Bob Cries received a slight con-
cussion. From all reports Monday he was discharged from the EPJL The fervor of excitement began when the Dolphins hauled
hospital and says he feels fine. This is good news.It down the Denver Broncos 35-21 in the season's opener; and
seems our quarterbacks are in tough luck.That's the wayit continued on with Miami University's loss to Northwestern 12-

goes, and when the quarterback is injured, it hurts a lot. It 0, and was still racing at a good pace when the Dolphins were
sometimes upsets the whole situation. Frank Emanuel also received mauled over by the Kansas City Chiefs 24-0 last Sunday.
a back injury this didn't helpany either. This is the
second week in a row he has had a back injury. Let's hope he Intermingled: with this wide range of quality football were
will be ready for Sunday against the N. Y. Jets. The Dolphins the best in prep performances with Coral Gables High showing
played before a crowd close to 37,000, which wasn't too bad.It great class, defeating Edison 23-06 and boasting a (2-0) rec-
was tough they didn't score with such a crowd. Don't worry, ord; Miami High's romping defeat of Jackson 38-lZalso plac-
they will make up for it one way or the other, we hope so. They ed them in the elite class of undefeated (2-0).
played hard football but the Chiefs were stronger. Ginn Scores 3 As
Mays High Rams came within inches and seconds of seeing
This Sunday the Dolphins play New York Jets at Shea Stadium -
This game will be televised at 2p.m. over WCKT Chan- their 12 game winning streak go down the drain, but for the
nel 7; also broadcast over WIODat 1:50p.m. Your announcers Rattlers Rout S.Carolina daring pass of Jerome McDowell to Albert Hannah, late in the
will be Bob Gallagher, Channel 4; and Henry Barrow, WIOD. fourth quarter, the complete operation travelling 55 yards for
This game could tell what our Dolphins could do in the near theTD. Ernine Lane kicked the extra point, Mays led 7-6, and
future. A former Dolphin will be playing against them. coach Trez breathed a little easier, and turned his thoughtsto
25 0 the coming game where his team will be defending their win-

.. U.. M.. AT- -THE ORANGE BOWL ning streak against a scrappy Coral Park team.
Let's forget last week's game and look forward to this Fri-
day's game against Penn State. Coach Tate will start with Oliva 1 Tallahassee Fleet-foot season. ThiS schedule is how the prepsters will square off this week.
at quarterback. He showed real well last week. As I mention'Hubert Ginn ran for three The Rattlers defensive unit, Key West vs Coral Gables, Miami High vs Palmetto, Nor-
again, one loss doesn't mean the Hurricanes are that bad, although touchdowns Saturday night in led by All-America candidate land vs Miami Springs, Coral Park vs Mays, Edison vs North
leading the Florida A& M University Major J Hazelton, Nathaniel
Northwestern capitalized on Miami's mistakes, whichto 1 were Miami, Jackson vs Hialeah, Carol City vsNorthwestern,South
Rattlers to 25-0 victory James, EddieCooper
seemed Miami a Dade vs Columbus and Southwest vs Curley.
me was over anxious. Let's hope it doesn'thappen ,
over the South Carolina again outstanding.,
this week.Tickets can be purchased at the Orange Bowlor State College Bulldogs. FA M U held the Bulldogs, EXCELSIOR LEAGUE OPENS 6TH SEASONAT
at the Miami ticket
office downtown,S. E. 1st St. by the Pan 1,
called "one of the toughest
American Ginn, a Junior from Savan- CLOVERLEAFThey're
nah, Ga., scored all three Rat- foes the Rattlers would meet rollin again at Cloverleaf and as it has been for
NOTES AND HOUNDS TO WATCHF. tler touchdowns on runs of this season," to 23 yards the last five seasons, the Excelsior League is there and
B. (Happy) Stunts, successfully de fen de d his Marathon three, one, and 28 yards, rushing and only 32 passing. ready to defend its reputation as being one of the best lea-
Championship at the Flagler Kennel Club lastSaturday when against the highly-touted Bulldogs In its first two games gues In South Florida
his pitchy romped home in the$5,000 event for the second yearin South Carolina State was FAMU has scored 60 points
a row. ..and next Happy will be going for his third straight ranked eighth nationally in defense and held its opponents to no The opening night results is only a small sample of what will
$20,000 Kennel small colleges come from this league this season.
Medley Championship. among points. They have also limited

But his chances of scoring an unprecedented third straightwin against rushing. opponents to only three net Hope you will be with us weekly when we go bowling at
in this four-event competition are s II m, indeed,though Last year, Ginn was the yards rushing holding Allen Cloverleaf. ,.
he'll have at least one good solid representative in Pitchy on leading ground gainer for A&M to minus 20 yards on the First week standings and averages:
the 7/16ths course. He came off the bench in the ground last week -- and 116 '
0. K. Duke, Jr., has to figure as a top-heavy favorite in the third game of the season and via the air lanes. Hope you will be with us weekly when we.io bowling at
Medley which actually won't get under way until next week. led the Rattlers to a come- The Rattlers again showed a Cloverleaf. .', .'.:. ':.?
Duke has just about everything going for him-- except a strong from-behlnd win over Morris "balanced" attack gaining 174 TEAM Ws> o .' . entry in the marathon division. Brown College. yards on the ground and 145 .

For Instance, his hurdler Happed, racked up his sixth Ginn led FAMU in rushinglast yards In the air. THE OLYMPICS y;..4P'Y", 0
straight win last Saturday and it looks like he could go the rest season with 308 yards In FAMU scored in every Bowlers Pro Shop '} 0
of the way without losing another one,he's much a standout in 68 carries for a 4.5 average. quarter except the final periodas LEO's SPORT WORLD Y= 41'ft 0
the current hurdle competition.The He carried 17 times for 108 they Jumped to a quick 10 The Five Summersetts : I 1

hurdle race is Included in the medley this year for the yards against South Carolina 0 lead In the first minutes of Cloverleaf Sport Shop ,, ?3 ti.; : *j 1
first time and that's certainly a break in Duke's favor. as State. In the Rattlers' opening the ball game. Both first Continental Cleaners .";3?ft' 1
if he needed it. game, which A & M won 43-0 quarter touchdowns were set Yale Organ Cobras 3! .,;;11 1
In the 5/16ths and Flagler Course divisions of the medley, over Allen University. Ginn up by Bulldog fumbles, the Hagan & Fonda No. 2 1T, ;*.' 3
he'll be able to throw in fresh greyhounds each week if he carried 10 times for 72 yardsHe first at the State four-yard Willie Jones 1-' .";t" 3
chooses At last count he had no less than a dozen Grade again is the leading rusher line and the second at the Bull- 9 to 9 TV Drive in 1 ': \ -3
A's. for Coach Jake Gaither thisEXCELSIORETTES dog 29. Thompson I Texaco T : .><:" -3
Four of the hat ranted sed ttl d and Abre .. .
ones a p pas M e e nagan & Fonda no. i 'u -4
stained, and he keeps bringing up new ones all along. OPEN FIFTH SEASONAT Tucker's Famous Foods 0 -4
Mettled, in his first start since the Flagler Inaugural, snap- Best Lawn Service 0 4
ped the four-straight win streak of the Jordan Kennel's Cleco CLOVERLEAFThe

Roosa Saturday .. and up to that time Cleco had been con- Excelsiorettes, the counterpart of the Excelsior league, High Individual Game: Tommy Jackson 247, Archie Brown
sidered as the best at the track at the 5/16ths distance. came into being several years ago when most women bowlershad 245, James Thomas 225.
Biggest Daily Double payoff of the Flagler season came last to remain widows to the Excelsior on Thursday evenings. High Individual 3-Game: Archie Brown, 674;James Thomas
Saturday afternoon when Gidget Ann (No.6))took the first race It Is now strong mixed league, with many good average wo- 617, Sam Benjamin 596.
and Dilly-Dally-Dolly (No. 4) claimed the second. The DD men bowlers having their fifth season at Cloverleaf on Monday Averages 180 and up: Archie Brown 224, James Thomas
reward was $405.00. But that record didn't last long. evenings. 205, Sam Benjamin 198, John Green 196, Tommy Jackson 195,
On the night time program, te return was$479.000 when Averages of 140 and up after their opening night. William Lowry 194, Ernest Hayes 192, Johnny Harvey 189,
Larissa (No. 6)) and Cotton David (No. 3) were the winners.HARRY'S Bessie Richburg 169, Mamie Harvey 157, Maester Phillips Sammie Stewart' 188, Fred Horne 186, David Hall 186, A, C.
151, Ruby Garland 149, Carrie Peak 148,Francis Howard 146, Edwards 182, Leander Phillips 182, Amos Walker 180.
HOUNDS TO WATCH FOR: Pauline Allen 142.

Grand Joe. a pup now running for Bill Ewalt who should
move right up the ladder The Lucayan Arawaks were
TB's Coco. He's been coming along nicely in Grade B the first people to leave evi- 0 :vw
competition Looks about due. dence of their inhabitation of

Caudated, Cashed and Cased...They're from a great look- the Bahamas I!
ing new litter now being broken in byO. K. Duke, Jr. They'reby I
Venerated out of the Kento Nebo matron Abated, which is ..yS
close to the same breeding as Duke's famous Policed litter

Keep following my dogs. They are not doing bad, more win- V .% :\ Afternoon aid Night
ners than losers.
> Racing Each
Boxing Match;.of The Year will be on tap next Tuesday
night October 3, at Miami Beach Auditorium when James J. :
Beattie, the "Giant" heavyweight from St. Paul Minn., meets
Miami's "Giant," Big Al Jones. SatdrdayI

There will be no advance In prices for the 10-round meeting ..
between Beattie, who is 6-8 and weights Z40 pounds and Joes, J: .
at 6-6 and 225 pounds. Rb';:y, >. Post Time 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. RFF
Beattie will make his second start at the auditorium after Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, "'NO ". .' w
scoring a seventh-round techinical knockout over Levi Forts popular local businessman and MINORS "
I four weeks ago. He will be out to do what no boxer has done owner of the Dive-Inn Bar, ADMITTED DQ B C 40'Spearing '
thus far, beat Big Al who will be seeking his 18th straight victory 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691-
I Jones was seen here two months ago when he won with a 9431. He Invites all his old
third-round take over Memphis Al Jones. Beattie, with more friends to come and meet new
experience has won 26 bouts and lost three. friends. Everyone welcome.
Other bouts are scheduled to support tlie0-round"Beattle Enjoy the pool room and bow-
of the Giant Heavyweights" with the first bout set for 8:30. ling. Completely air conditioned -
Beattie and Jones square off at 10 p.m. (inrief)

26 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967

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Treasury Official Calls for Hiring 'Of Negroes I t, <' ji. ':, fJ I\kHlC: :L \(: > ,:

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Assistant Secretary of the of minority employees' rec- tices which have become a ity under which the Treasury NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING
Treasury Robert A, Wallace ords to see that they can reach matter of habit over a periodof I Department requires banks to
today told bankers they must their highest capability. many years." He said"this i: adopt equal employment practices $250 DOWN. Beautiful CBS, 1 bedroom,. Fla room,
take "positive action" to hire Speaking before the American type of picture can be changed In order to get Federal dining room, appliances, 1 air cond. Detached 2
Negroes in order to keep deposits Bankers Association Con by positive action;the mere i I deposits. These deposits car garage. Double lot. Fenced. $11,500 FHA
of Federal money. vention in New York, Mr.Wallace absence of open discrimination average $4 billion a year and total.
He said that positive action blamed the fact that there: is not enough. are a valuable source of income 3 bedroom 2Vt bath
$300 DOWN. CBS Beauty. ,
meant "applying controls over are not many Negroes employed president Johnson's Execu> for some 12,000 banks
1 air cond. fenced
Fla dining room, corn-
is the author in the United States. room
personnel actions that are by banks on"following the tive Order 11246 >
FHA total.
normally applied to any pro- same old recruitment prac5 er. $12,800
that want to succeed -
gram you
Lovely CBS, '2 bedroom, W
," including clear state- HOME:: & INCOME.
ments in writing, frequently BEDROOMS $9900 bath, Fla room, dining room, utility room. PLUS
reiterated to recruitment Spotless-All Furnished 1 bedroom apt. Fenced.Near buses, schools,
that the bank follows shopping. $400 down. $12,800 FHA total.
sources, 2 bath, in excellent cond.,
equal employment policies; no qualifying no closing FENCED CBS DUPLEX. 1 bedroom each side.
recruitment among minority costs, $1500 down( $75 mo. Can easily be converted back to 3 bedr cm, 2
groups; help-wantedadvertis-
ing in minority group publications Near all conveniences. bath. Plenty of fruit trees. Sprlnkl.r system. Only
TIRELLA REALTY U! down. total.
as well as the general $1,00 $10,000
press; contact with local
schools to establish needed 10124) NW 7th Avenue LARGE SPLIT LEVEL CBS DUPLEX. 3 bedroom .

courses and periodic review 754-5426 SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS iKj bath, built-in kitchen, large dining r tan,
pantry. PLUS a large 2 bedroom apt. $19,000
Beautiful 3 bedroom Park
CBS in Washington total. Reasonable down.
.. area on NE 151st Terrace. Carport terrazzo
Homes For SaleS300 floors, jalousie windws, front porch, fenced WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS
yard. FHA price $12,900, $400 down and $80.18 $100 DOWN FOR VETS AND DISPLACED PERSONS

Down $95 Month month. Vacant. We have keys ....,,. ,'" .,' I orr: :" :.-.",.. .. :
Includes Taxes and Insurance 1_

3 bedroom, 2 bath beauty /Pretty. "2 bedroom, CBS In Washington Park area y -
yon NE.153rd Tern*, tile ,00f"ta n1.ng'l' windows, '
Carport, just painted. Many other extras. [hardwood, (loori'will 'be freshly pointed)inside! 4UQ NW 7th Ave. 711-5551
EUGENE KEMP an"d'ov HAlp JCt\$10OOO\ with'$300 :'down:and, ..' \ ." .lww. ......,NtJ
ASK FOR $62!22 months Wb'avkeyt'+o." ,t ":: l:4: :? ''tY
Daytime 635-4595
Like new duplex on NW 98th St. near 20th Ave.
Jalousie wind cws, freshly painted inside and out, CARL TON
FORD REALTYINC. Broker large yard. FHA price $11,000 with $350 down
and $73.09 month. Vacant. we have keys.KLLER !
3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 ( 'F
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;ij,\ ,PAYS, ALL CLOSIIIGCOSTS'; ;" ':. .
1995 NW.l1S5t1t' St tL:=:"t'Opa' Lock.YRr1r pretty,CB S, r (BROKER)
I' I I,k"t't'eew:',Insideandoutn; os.dfro porb''';'
'F IOJ!raon;: (&Laui: r "dow"tjift,+'cedifyard,. DI'qbargoia'at$7 '': f 635-3177

; 8065250dawn'$7', 24 months:
',S:H"',h';:i.YaCOI t,'!Wt' ,he,, fr.y_,."..I',t I,, :;::1ID: ;(). He, Serves Miami
'r. 1I/1'4/ .h1>>\ 1 : : .Ir. .

1c SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS FHA.CBS bdrms, 1 bath, screened porch,
carport, $10,000, $300 down $62.22 month.
Neat 2 bedroom
CBS, large Flo room, tile roof,
+ city waterand also pump and well for your yard, FHA CBS 3 bedrooms, 1 both, fenced, large
s r r r stove, refrigerator, air conditioner. Bargain at grounds, $12,000, $400 down, $74.41 month.
$9,600, $300 down and'$59.65 month, FHA.

8000 NW' WttVE. FHA CBS 3 bedroomsYt baths,terrazzo firs.
t M IMIA LI WMIR ;M C TA E, Fenced. $12,900, $400 down, $80.18 mo.

Laval, ? bedroomliaq e' jar lr Flo; aomtarpoit
Fv e .x.na"trt rip'erato '3f r 'e P land a 4d '"yd dr8ergain FHA CBS 4 bedrooms, 2 baths corner, extra
8900 NW 12 AVENUE ;at $BSOQ with,;$400"ii w riband:$75'm'onth'; large lot. $15,500, $500 down, $96.21 month.

2 bedroom, all appliances, air cond., carpeting, NO QUALIFYINGCBS

garage. FHA $100 to vets. NO RED TAPE NO QUALIFYING 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, diningroom

2461 NW 99 STREET Modern 2 bedroom CBS, large lot, jalousie win- kitchen, $10,000, $1,000 down, $109 mo
dows, stove, refrigerator, air cond., ultra modern
2 gorgeous, bedroom, Fla room, stove, rugging,
FHA. $100 down to vets. kitchen, price only $12,000, $1,000 down, takeover CBS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, Fla rm ,
garage room, kitchen, $12,500, $1750 down, $95 i
FHA payments of $86 mo. pays all. (Includes mo

825 NW 83 STREET taxes and insurance). CONVENTIONAL CBS, 3 bedr cm, 2 both, ex- I

3 bedroom, refrigerator, stove, awnings, carport., fro lot, $15,500, $1500 down mo. Payments flexible! I

nicely landscaped. $100 to vets I. ",tTwEM'fi1MMt1.WYIlri M,'< MANY MORE FHA AND NO QUALIFYING TERMS
.e j,, 't.f..1. :.t:2r'YI1''if'i: \ resfcly VETERANS &
,,,, "I' PERSONS $100 DOWN
1941 NW 98 STREET .qt a .14I' xsd' ;ii. [0'J... .\ ',.
_.. <.o.. .t, .fl. (8.10Ih'A \ ALSO HOME AND INCOME
Extra large corner, 2 bedroom, huge Fla room, ir:'.IiKS/rdM'*** +:tna), Id'iA.i8....t h+ s alb; PROPERTIES
carport, $450 down FHA. Vets $100 down. ) .S 'W:!!.:
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3 bedroom, 2 bath, corner property, beautiful. We have a few 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 unit apartment
FHA terms.Beautiful buildings thatyou can buy with as little os$1,500 .
down. Live free in one apartment and collect Income MIDWESTSpec
4 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla room, screened from the others.Mo red tapeMove right In.
patio, garage, circular drive. $1,000 down FHA.
Craver Lakes area. ', !!
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NO QUALIFYING HOMES : "'2"H1a.' 'hw':bt ; i'fu h.'H C. C'
.J.flf + + $ a 1 q ... !t//!
WATERFRONT HOME m"I yo.U"" ,1/,1'\MlncKAVcmArtY" ; wlt&" $1",6AI."I""" ,..:' \Iffl ott.t 0\i *oy..t,
'I- 9440 t Y"ern tntnt'(, INA:: .f.VA,: :Fay" ,'e1_.';,Ot,IIE' ,,:h'.3b'tdroO ; ; a 2 Houses Good Condition, Large Lots
LITTLE RIVER DRIVE e, Close in NW Section Cash. Terms
< 2 bedroom with large F 10 room, completely furn. bot4t. a h ae'8riit.4M'.kifc1tn,; !' tornej(+ 'modern; P1i1 3 bedroom and Fla room
$2500 down. Move right in. pliaecel'cltll'water 1( t arrdipuerp endwejlor t sprinl':7,' .

8515 N'A'! 14 COURT fir f'-' y'\emi'\ central ..l'beet. ,, ',80 B 0o wall't, .e'wpi ..: Extra Special, 3 bedroom, CBS home
) carpeting, filEPaio .,garQ9ae.x ':.r ,.,tt :
1 bedroom home. $65 month. Fenced. Good condi f. \ l9. t With Extra Apt. $214 monthly Income

tion. --- MUhenUMtS-- 2995 NW 55th Terr. Drive by Call us

$100 DOWN IF ,YOU ARE A VET OR BEING Another Good Buyl I 4811 NW 6th Avenue
1861 NW 42 STREET DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY 3 bedroom Furnished Terms
Almost new 1 bedroom duplex. FHA terms. Total

price $11,000. $250 down. I.n.'" ,".,!Ji',!.;,WiM,f.,.,,IF&IDJ":'I{".;. ;Ht'';'I:.., (W_;_J\\"I""\ ';'11:!1'I. VA FHA HOMES ALL AREAS

2311 NW 95 TERRACE ';: For as Low as $100 1 Down I

Gorgeous custom built duplex. 2 bedroom, Fla. '
room each side, huge closets 6 years new. REALTYBROKER

flt'l' PF SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS 4932 NW 7th AVI.PI +*.t 5499 NW 27th Ave

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ADS Drafted, 1960ConvertableIm- Drive by 144\ NW 45 St. Then Lovely duplex, 2 bedroom,
pala Chevrolet, radio, rear phone 666-0411 for appoint stove and refrigerator
speaker, heater, power steer- ment. 2 beautiful, CBS houseson month. Apply 62 NW 42nd St
15 WORDS OR LESS SI50.5C FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. ing. After 5 call JE 1-7539. 1 lot. No qualifying. Take

I DEADLInE FOR CLASSIFIED_ ADS WEDNESDAY NOON I over 1 FHA mortgage already Room. Settled couple or settled
III 4 bedroom, 2 bath, $13,000FHA placed. $110 month pays all. lady. Reliable person or
FOR SALELot terms. Many extras,near Rear house turn. Atlantic and persons. Come to 826 NW 76th

on NW62ndStreetbetween18th Biscayne College.Seymour M. Pacific Realtors. St. Call 693-4177 from 3p.m,
and 19th Aves. Call 691- Roth, Realtor, 14570 NW 27th Saturday
0685. Alonzo Kelly. Ave. 6813515.; Drive by 2341 NW 97th St.

0t. 6,I phone 666-0411 to see modern 1 bedroom duplex- $19
rnA VA homes. Anyone can 2 bedroom, 1 bath. No qualifying -
9211 Little River Drive, mag- 3 bedroom house $27
buy. 2393 NW 86th St. Please Take over 1 FHA mortg-
nificent three bedroom,2 bath, 2 bedroom house, rear- $20
wall to wall carpets, delightful drive by.Call for appointments age $64 month pays all, Atlantic 2 bedroom house $25

features throughout, cen- beautiful bedroom, large and Pacific Realtors. Efficiency 1 person $11

tral heat, FHA 18400.00, No I Fla. room, deluxe, tile bath, DEPOSIT REQUIRED
Closing Costs, $800.00 down I shower, cheery kitchen, FOR RENT LIBERTY RENTAL AGENCY2020NW62ndSTREET
dinette, drapes all rooms plus
(Vets $500.00) monthly
One 3b edr oo m,living room,
$112.89 Act now Aetna Realty carpet In living room, sprinkler PHONE 633-7809
system, fenced. No qualifying dining room, kitche, large
(Broker), 811 NW54thSt.,
storage and utility building.
Phone 757-5724, open 7 days. reduced to $14,990.1FHA Salesman. Furniture experi-
mortgage. $94 mo. pays enced preferred but will train
all One 4 bedroom, living room,
1864 NW 88th St. CBS, freshly near Dade Jr. College. kitchen right man. Apply in person 200
dining room, 2 baths,
painted, new roof, 2 bedroom, E-Z terms! Renee Bins,Real- large storage building. NW 5th St. Sept. 29.
all around FHA$10- tor 681-5098.
awnings Call owner; Mr.Gardner, 696-
500.00, seller pays all closing
costs, $350.00 down (Vets 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, swim- .

$100.00), monthly i65.11. ming furnished.pool cabanna.Between Completely $55,000with Lovely duplex. 2 bedroom, Attractive sharpe girl age 25-35

Hurry! Hurry Hurry Aetna without stove and refrigerator, telephone work. Good speaker
or furniture. MO.
Broker) 811 NW 54th
Realty (
1-5868. monthly. Apply 62 NW 42nd St. Apply 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Room
St., Phone; 757-5724, Open 7 Oct. 6 106, 1005 NE 125th St. 759-

days. Very nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath Room nice place. Near two 3349.

2251 NW 91st Street,Gorgeous home.Walking distanc e to Edison bus lines. Men preferred. At

two bedroom, huge Fla.room, School. $450 down, $89.56 5520 NW 15th Ave. CHILD CARE

freshly painted in and out. FHA month. Taxes extra, by owner Keep small children 1-3
$12,500.00 No Closing Costs PL Qno.vU..? F h.I. ..
"- urn& >U"'IA. apartment. Call old. $8 per week. Baby $10.
only $400.00 down, (Vets OX 1-2426. Call 634-6929. 2230 NW 51st
1000077.61) monthly. You VETS $100 DOWN $400 FH/L Terrace.
won't find a better buy in town. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla.room',
Aetna RealtyBroker), 811 NW fenced yard, like new. $16 per week. 1 bedroom apt. Child in
day care my home
54th St., Phone; 757-5724, Mary L. Benton, Realtor Partly furnished. Free gas and your child wlllbeglven the
water. 6041 NW 24th Ave.
7 days. 754-8966
open best of care. 759-8335.

810 NW 83rd Terrace. CBS, 3 DUPLEX Furnished house include five Indef.

bedroom, tile roof,A-1 condition $500 DownAllapattah rppms! water light and gas. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
No Qualifying, move today Area $23 week. Phone FR 1-2019. Female partner to open Dis-
total price $13,500.00, Mary L. Benton, Realtor cotheque Ballroom and Dance
take over $11,500.00 mortgage 754-8966
Studio. Small investments rich
Clean room with
$88.00 monthly pays rewards. Call 987-4929 in
everything. We can set up 929 NW 49th St. CBS, 2 large I modern bath. Also cooking.Men Hollywood or 888-5956 in Miami
downpayment to suit your bud- bedroom. Florida room, din preferred.Ca1l754-1452. after 5 p.m.FOR .
get, why rent when you can own ing room oak floors, $495 i

this beauty. Aetna Realty down, move right-in, $82 mo, Nice turn apt.near everything
(Broker), 811 NW 54th st., Owner 693-2631. 739- NW 77th Terrace. SALE
Phone: 757-5724, open 7 days.
Lorg horn.
new Pay Ilk*
: Large tram house complete r"2 bedroom, large tram house rent. Option/ to buy 3 bed
151 NW 50th St. CBS, two bed fenced. Downtown Miami zoned room. 2 bath. Carport.
rear $20 week. One bedroom
room, attached garage,tile business. $600 down E-Z 7195 NW 15th Court
$15. 3730854. 538.1340
roof, oak floors, new-condi 7512243.'f payments. Booth Realty j
tion. FHA $12,500.00 No-. (Broker) 661-7809.

Closing Costs, $400.00 down,
(Vets $100.00),$83.05 monthly Brand new home. 3 bedroom,
"don't let this one get away." 2 bath. North of expresswayon

Aetna RealtYBroker), 811 NW open lot, at 4015 NW 24th EDISON SpecialsOPEN

54th St., Phone : 757-5724, Ave., phone builder PL 1-3604
open 7 days. Indef.

1310 NW 88th St., CBS, huge SELLING FHA AFTER 2 P. M. SUNDAY
3 bedroom. two baths, Fla. $1400 DOWN-$160PAYSALI
138 NW 68th
room, Ibuilt-in kitchen, air- 4 bedroom, 2 baths,large pool, STREET
conditioned and heat, the very large patio,conditioned, 4 bedroom, plus Fla room. This very large CBS
best for FHA value of $21- many extras. 8925 NW 19t!h home with tile roof. Being offered on FHA terms
with only $350 down. Near all schools buses
000.00, No Closing Costs,$1- Ave. 6931487.No and shopping. ,
200.00 down (Vets $750.00)),
$127.00 mo. A real dream see closing cost. Fine home foi 33- NW 38th STREET

today. Aetna Realty (Broker) large family. 3 bedroom, ex POOL HOME
811 NW 54th St., Phone 757- tra large Fla. room. May bE | Large clean home with two Fla rooms. 2 reverse
5724, open 7 days. used as 4th bedroom enclose 11 cycle air conds. andbeavtiful pool on adjoining
front porch, 1 bath CBS, UK il lot. Also I has cottage for rental or additional

9015 NW 10th Ave. CBS, two roof, hardwood floor, wall t(> | room for your teenagers or would make lovely cabanna -
bedroom, attached garage, wall carpet,fenced.FHA$14,- when entertaining. No qualifying. Owners
magnificent Florida room, oak 000, $450 down$86 month Vetor | will hold the mortgage. You can't beat this I

floors, tile roof, FHA $15- displaced persons $10) | Reduced to $14,500.

000.00, downpayment $450.00 down. phone now before it is DRIVE BY EDISON TO SEE
(Vets $100.00), No Closing too late. Atlantic and Pacific THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES
Costs, monthly $93.33. This Realtors 666-0411.
one will sell fast. See today I ((1)) CBS, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home plus Fla room
Aetna Realty(Broker), 811 NW Immaculate 2 bedroom 1 bath, on beautiful lot. $350 down FHA. Near

54th Street, Phone; 757-5724, Fla. room, carport, CBS, tile schools and buses.t .
open 7 days. roof, hardwood floor, must ((2)) 3 bedroom, CBS home, fenced yard, awnings,
see! FHA $450 down,veteransor takes $1500 cash down. FHA mortgage already

1151 NW 89th Street. CBS, 3 displaced person$100 down placed. No qualifying.
bedroom, garage, enclosed close to bus, school and shop- ((3)) 5 units. Consisting of 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,

pool and patio, oak floors,tile ping, Atlantic and Pacific home, 2 bedroom home, duplex and cottage,
roof, would you believe FHA Realtors. 666-0411. plus vacant lot. Approximately 1 acre all to*
gether. Near 36th St. & 12th
$17,000.00. No Closing Costs, Ave. $27,500 -
Home and income. Live rent terms.
$700.00 down (Vets $300.00)),
free. Front home 2 bedroom
$104.55 monthly, first come, ---------------
first serve, bring a swim suit. 1 bath, Florida room,carport. WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES, FHA
Aetna RealtyBroker,811NW Rear house 1 bedroom, 1 bath, TERMS AND NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
54th Street Phone 757-5724 Fla. room, turn fenced yard.
Beautiful. Must see! FHA$15-
500, $500 down $96 mo. Atlantic $100 DOWN IF
84 NW 71st Street. Four gor-
geous CBS units, live free and $666-0411. ARE SURE WE HAVE WHAT YOU ARE

make money at the same time. LOOKING FOR, COME IN TO SEE US.
No qualifying. 3 bed-
Total price $22,000.00, we can SUNDAY
deal with $2,200.00 down and room 1 bath CBS, carport,
put in this money maker today large yard take over FHA 1

Put a roof over your head and mortgage already placed RlAtTY; 'Realtors'
guarantee your future. Aetna $1200 down $13: month pays all IDJS0N I

Realty (Broker), 811.NW 54th Atlantic and Pacific Realtors.
666-0411. 175 m 62n Si 751,2441CLASSIFIED
St., Phone; 757-5724, open 7 ,


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28 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, September 29, 1967

i: Solve Racial ProblemOr

Because of numerous

Face Civil War requests from our local

..: If the U. S. does not settle 1 said, the President should Civil rights legislation is readers well -
the racial problem I t could> have done more in the way of essential, said Rockefeller, as
lead to a civil war, Gov. Nelson creating a national awareness adding that decaying cities
A. Rockefeller said in I of this, giving the leadershipto must be rebuilt. He said the as visitors to our city.
Washington Sunday, in an interview develop a national consensus federal government does not
with Whitney Young, thought that we must have the money to do all, and "
executive director of the Urban take whatever steps are that it must be provided by The Miami Times will begin\ ; *
League."If necessary or whatever scaleis states, private enterprise and ,
we don't, then I think necessary." local communities
there is the danger that this ---- -- publishing on October 1st
could break out in areas nex t
year, the year after, onthe
McNamara Forbids
basis of actual struggle between
Negroes and white," its NEW
Rockefeller said.
This is a very disturbing White Serviceman To
dangerous situation about whic I
we must be realistic."

he Young thought asked President Rockefeller Johnson if Rent In Segregated = 1 1

"totally failed to recognize the
racial problem in our cities
today' and is not effectively QuartersNew
Rockefeller replied;"Iper- York Defense Sec- 305 major military costs in 4 6 BE LISTED BY CLASSIFICATION EVERY WEEK FOR AS LITTLE AS $5.00 PER
sonally think' he as much as retary McNamara, backed by states.To MONTH((3 month minimum contractFOR) A THREE LINE LISTING. ADDITIONAL LINES
anyone anticipated this situation President Johnson has issued instrument policy, Mc- WILL COST SI.00 MORE PER MONTH.LARGER SPACES MAY ALSO BE CONTRACTEDFOR
and that his poverty program orders forbidding white ser- Namara has chosen Brigadier AT $1.75 PER COLUMN INCH.
will go down in historyas vicemeat to rent or buy houses General William Ekman who
having been one of the real from landlords discriminating has forbidden white servicemen You( con \list your
significant programs, and that against Negroes, Time maga- to lease or rent from like this'
he has come up ahead of the zine reports in its current is. property owners who will not business, 1 '
group as a whole in anticipating sue. accomodate Negroes. The
it." Imp'em8JtaUol[ o the project economic pressure has proven for only $5 I-- 1
believed, Rockefeller on a pilot basis in Mary- unbearable for landlords depending THE MIAMI TIMES
I I land and Washington, D. C., on off-base living of per month I 6530 NW 15" AVENUE
has already resulted la treb- servicemen. MIAMI. FLORIDA 33147

I FLORIDA LICENSES ling off-base housing units After their success in I
open to all races. More than Washington and Maryland, : Please/ list my business in your Dade County Business Directory
FIRST NEGRO half of rental housing was pre- McNamara and Ekman have I and bill me monthly.

MORTGAGE BROKER viously closed to Negro ser- chosen as their next target NAME Of BUSINESS
(continued from page 1)) vicemen. California where more than BAR6ERM SNOS I
sibilities promised in the field The newsmagazine says 100,000 servicemen live off- prter ADDRESS Of BUSINESS
of housing by the FHA provisions McNamara is determined to base, with a high percentageof 219 M 'nl 234rti I
and other ne' ... .. .,.
current or wipe out the discriminationthat segregation. The Pentagonis PHONE OR PROPRIETOR NAME -
pending legislation,'' said Edwin exists in a third of the hopeful that the program
Tucker, chairman of the 900,000 housing units within a will set "a housing examplefor Fwh I.oo additional month Uq& 'V's
CRB Housing Committee. 3.5 mile radius of nation's the entire nation." per '-- _ _
"This Conference is unique in

that' technical experts and potential In 1799, a full course drone For additional information; Call 691-0421
sponsor groups will be in any New York City restaurant '"',
brought together for the first could be obtained for only
time. 18 cents. r"M'I whore In the world
yew wont to 90"

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'j, A. near to you at your Full Banking Service
telephone. Clv us a call.
, *'. deliver. 1104 NW 3rd
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,.. (Effective October 1, 1967))
To Fit YOlrCOlv..iellce

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((10)) Paid Holidays AnnuallyTwo Penn.
Black has recently been retained "
((2)) Weeks Paid Sick Leave by a major New England 2:00 P.M. AND ON FRIDAY"
city to be a consultant on 221 EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.

housing programs in the city's UNTIL 8:00: P.M.
Two ((2)) Weeks Paid Vacation urban renewal program.

$60 Cash Uniform Allowance each
; year

Travel time Allowance 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 NOON Jacquelyn Davis started as a DCT

Report and Turn-in Time Allowances
1964 Pontiac Grand-Prix, RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS After graduating from Miami North

Time and One-Half after 44 hours per week power 2 door hard-top steering, air, cond.power, CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK western High School she began

broke, power windows, CUSTOMERS working full time.Jackie now posts
$6,000 Life Insurance Coverage radio. * *$2036.00 RECEIVING LOANPAYMENTS the General Ledger :of the bank

1965 edge Coronet 500, and related ,records well
Group Hospitalization with Major Medical 2 door bard-fop, bucket in as
customer service.
scats, console automatic
transmission, steerIng
Many other outstanding benefits radio. power$1995.00-
5 Lincoln is Your Bank. Use if'!
1967 Plymouth, 4 door,
Metro Transit Authority has immediate openings for Fury I, air cond., power
d qualified, safe drivers, age 21 to 45, Florida CSauf- steering,radio. $2790.00
t' fear's license required, normal vision and hearing, 1963 Pontiac 5 convertible, LINCOLN NATIONAL BANKOF

t glosses permitted. radio, power steering.
i [1] MIAMI
$10 TRAINING PAY PER DAY CALL TODAY firs fully integrated bank in the entire SoullrtlUt-
LINCOLN NATIONAL right here la the Edison Financial Center
" : 1351 NW 12 ST. 5th FLOOR JUSTICE BLDG. 159-4431


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