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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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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Vol. 44, No. 32 MIAMI, FLORIDA, MARCH 31, 1967 20 PAGES 1StI
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Roosevelt Savings and Loan Opening itsdoorsJuly4,1963Roosevelt
Association, second integrated assets grew to
S&L ever established in $8,000,000 in 1966 before a
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Florida, will merge with First "tight money market"broughton

.f Federal S&L effective April 1. a shortage of mortgage
Under the new set-up Roose- funds.
r r
: velt will become the Roosevelt Mrs. Range said the small

______ office of First Federal. The size of the institution and the
staff and managment will con- fact that its reserves were not

tinue to be integrated. great enough to compete at a rt
Mrs. Athalie ,Range, presi- time when a profit squeeze is

dent of Roosevelt, told the on brought on the decision. to
Times that Roosevelt is completely merge.
solvent and will pay its Roosevelt's board is com-

I. quarterly dividends on sche- posed of Mrs. Range, Charles

dule April 1. First Federal, R. HadleyDr.E.A.WardMrs.
_
with assets over $400 million, Dana D. Chapman, Benny
is the largest S&L in the state O'Berry, Neal Adams, Dr. mfaaoaaam 4Messy I HOB HMM i

and 16th largest in the nation. Carl Yaeger, Cliff Baker and Gets ]
Roosevelt was chartered in Dr. Stanley Weinkle.

1963 as a state S&L.lt is being Mrs. Range, Mrs. Chapman,
converted into a federal Dr. Ward and Charles Hadley 48,304 Votes
S&L in the state and 16th lar- are expected to serve on the

gest in the nation. First Federal AdvisoryBoard. But LosesLegJslative
Roosevelt was chartered in .
1963 as a state S&L. It is be- The Roosevelt office will begin -
being converted to a federal taking loan applications Bid

S&L before the merger can immediately after the mergeris
I
Ted Plessy,the lone Negro on
F / take consumated.
l place.
1 the ballot in 1\Iesday'selec-

__ tion polled 48,304 Republicanvotes
__ only to lose to Dick Pet-
Golf Course tigrew, his Democratic opponent -
who got 65578. It was the

second highest ever polled by a
Dade Negro candidate. Earl

Doris Day poses with friend, Diana Ross,on the set'of Miss/ Day's current film,. Refuses NegroesThe Carroll got 51,069 in his unsuccessful -

,, Universal's/ "The Epic of Josie. Diana, lead singer for The Supremes, is contemplating bid in the May pri

I ,an acting career. The popular and talented mary.
group are appearing nightly before Dade County Community members. The reservations
sellout crowds at the swank Cafe Pompeii in the Eden Roc Hotel on Miami Beach. Relations Board found out members. The reservationwas i

this week that the North Dade readily accepted. Negroes," Funderburk said.
Country Club is not as "pub- Sissel and the reporter paid The cashier then returned the

Poverty Programs Should lic" as it is advertized in Yellow their fees without any trouble. men's money, adding, "I just
Pages of the phone book. But when the others, Robert work here. I don't make the
I The club is reported to havean Funderburk and Almeric D. rules."

arrangement with several Mitchell approached the cash- Club pro Harold Pickford

Aim To End Miami Beach hotels to permit ier, they were told: rolled up in a golf cart a few I
SegregationA their guests to play but recently minutes later, and Sissel told ,
turned away several mem- "I'm sorry, this is a mem- him of the problem. I

Christian Confe- bers of a convention commit- bership club." "Well, it's privately owned,"
motion Jack Leadership the
Monday by ing programs, he said. Funderburk told the cashierhe
Bickford said. "The Civil
Gordon, broadening the aimsof rence, of "perpetrating Segregation Both Williams Weatherley tee.Ben
had made the
reservation
and and Sissel, executive direc- Rights Act says It can be this
the war on poverty,was unanimously poverty" denied it.
for the four in his
tor of the Community Rela- own name. and we have it posted in
15 "violating the spirit of the way
Economic -
approved by poverty
;C The Head Start,Child Oppor- tions Board said, "As a result She sent him over to the starter there."
Opportunity Programs, program. tunity and most other who after checking sent '
He said that eight of the nine pro- this area will lose the conven- Bickford suggested that
Inc. directors. The proposal
will continue at their him back to the cashier. She
EOPI centersare grams tion of the National Associa- questions regarding the policy
declared that the basic policy neighborhood
t located in present levels, although the tion of Real Estate Brokers." still Insisted Funderburk and of the club should be directedto
of EOPI is "to breakdownra- predominantlyNegro
in this areas--which insures budget Is still to be approvedby A mixed group_of four, including Mitchell couldn't play. club manager, Oliver W.
cial segregation com- the OEO. Increases in two tested the "The members' would object
it also orderedareview segregation.. a reporter, Carson, or club attorney, Robert -
munity; of them are provided despitea know what I mean she
ban
Local workers by making a telephone reservation you Cole.
of all to be sure are prohibited
programs from cut in federal funds of nearly to play at the North said. Carson said later that the
integrating
they conform to this goal. Weatherleysaid
$500,000. Dade Country Club as non- "You mean because we are club accepted Negro golfers
children from
Often a critic of his fellow by busing
board members and of execu- the ghettos by the Federal Office up to two years ago.But there
tive director RichardWea- of Economic Opportunity.He was an Incident with "some

therley, Gordon criticized and board president H. very strong reaction" from
Weatherly and the$9.4 million Franklin Williams admitted Only 1 Percent of Negroeson members and "real estate
budget adopted for the next fis- there is still some uncertaintyon owners around the course"and
the ban was laid down.
cal year. some basic policies because -
The budget fails to make of the newness of the Carson said the club's attor-

clear the board's policy toward operation and the unique nature Florida Draft BoardsA ney informed him that so longas
no public funds were in the
Integration, said Gordon of its objective--"to
and Director Fred Hartnett. break the cycle of poverty." course "we could determinewho

They charged that programsare Segregation and planning,the played." He said, "we're

J, being set up by the budget twin issues, also came up in group of Negroes charged A three-hour he a ring was He said that the draft boards not prejudice. It's"just a mat-
without been discussedor two other areas, with Gordon air ter of economics.
having Friday that less than one conducted by Pepper to whose registrants were pre-
per
Sissel said he felt that the
approved by the full board. and several other directors cent of the 340 Florida draft views from students, educa- dominantly Negro should be
The for the contin- opposing Williams and Wea- officials made North Dade Country Club was
budget board members are Negroesand tors, Selective Service up of more Negroes.
trying to be both public and
uance of most existing pro- therley. and community leaders
that only one of the 50
at the levels Gordon led the opposition to "The draft board's make-up private.
grams same as proposed changes of the U.s.
members in Dade on
County is a should reflect the characterof "It is their long-range-self
this year, was adopted by a a proposal by Williams to express draft laws.
vote of nine to six. support for the proposed Negro. the area it serves,"Pepper interest to treat people alike,

} "This organization is mean- Metro "little HUD." He demanded The complaint wasregis- Wheeler said. "I intend to present this without discrimination," he
that tered with Rep.Claude Attorney Donald and many other arguments I said. "But if they wanttokeepit
ingless if it's not providing a pledge to fight Pepperat while
Jones said that the draft
leadership on integration," housing segregation be exact- a hearing in Miami.Pepper Itself discrimi- have heard today to Congressand private, they should get their
system
1. Gordon said. ed from the county in return promised to take the quest- may the President for consi- income from membersnotfrom
nate he did
against Negroes
for the promised to take the deration." the public or hotels open
support.
J Head Start and Child Oppor- ques- not suggest that the local to the "
public.
tunity Centers (day care centers tion of Negro representationto boards aren't treating them
Defending theboardsRoy The Dade Community Rela-
President Johnson.The .
)-the two most expensive ACCUSES WEATHERLEY fairly. But Negroes wanted appointment -
Alspaugh, chairman of Dade's tions Board has sent a letterto
programs-- are segregated After accusing Weatherleyof leaders did not chargethe fellow Negroes on board No. 45, an all-white the manager of the North
almost 100 per cent,"he said. dereliction of duty, Gordon draft boards with discri- the board to assure this, he board in a predominantly Negro Dade Country Club, invitinghim
Gordon and Hartnett said the
pushed through a motion ordering minating against Negroes in said. area, said: or a club representativeto
board should decide whether it
the EOPI staff to explain selecting persons for military meet with the board with
w wants to take any action to end the budget to the neigh- service, but said Negro repre- Pepper said, "Numerically, "We don't care whether they view to work out the "appa-
this before adopting a budget. borhood advisory boards at a sentation on boards contrasts the makeup of the boards seem are Negro or white. We Just rent difficulty"

SCLC CHARGES BIAS series of public hearings. glaringly with casualty figures unfair, although I do not believe handle all men as prescribedby The mt'etingV1l1 be held

The pove rty fighters were Weatherley has been viola- from Vietnam which show that it has been by design. law." He said that presi- Thursday, April 6, 2:30 p.m.
accused by James L.Chapman, ting afederalrequirementthat 22 per cent of those who die in Many members have beenser- dential appointments to draft in the Board Room of Cedars
locla president of the Southern the poor be consulted in form- battle are Negroes. ving for a number of years." are for life. of Lebanon Hospital.



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2 THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday. March 31, 1967 R,". ". I ,_

'Adult I I. j\ Courses Sammy Davis Holds

Alabama Schools MustEnd


at Miami Press ConferenceAt

Bias Next Fall

High Deauviffe"

'MONrooMERY-Alabama this those hard core states where racial characteristics of the

week became the first south- massive resistance remainsthe system." The Miami Senior High Adult

ern state ordered by a federal order of the day, particu- LDF attorneys based their Education Center, 2450 South- Sammy Davis, Jr. author of
all its larly Mississippi, Louisiana, case on the successful argu- west First Street, will hold a best seller "Yes I Can"
to
court school desegragate districts. The and S. W. Georgia," he said. ment that Gov. Wallace and advance registration from now (the story of his life) often

public court ordered 99 school dis- This injunction marks the other defendents: until April 28, for classes to referred to by the best in show
first time since the Supreme *Exercised their pervasive begin on May 1. The regis- business as the hottest all- -
tricts to end by
segregation Court's desegregation rulIng powers to frustrate local officials tration office is located in around performer to hit the '

next This fall. action oi. of 1954 that an entire state who attempted to inte- Room 171, and it is open from Broadway footlights in a quarter #A
unprecedented has been placed under a single grate schools. 2 to 9:30 p.m. There is a registration of a century held a news
the three federal court
judge injunction to end school segre- ""'Controlled school financesand fee of $2 for each conference last Thursday in

came in response to four yearsof of gation, Mr. Greenberg added. fiscal policies in a manner course, and some courses the Cynero room at the Deau- I

the litigation NAACP by attorneys Defense and The Court ruled that Gov.Wal.The that maintained and promoted carry a small material or shop ville Hotel on Miami Beach.
Legal Court ruled that Gov.Wal- segregation. fee. There is no tuition.
Press radio and television
Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF). ,
lace and other state officials
were on hand
Wallace Alabama Gov. Lurleen B. have "through their control Controlled instructional There are 128 courses sche- with representatives not only questions on the

StateSchoolSuperintendent and Influence over local school programs and policies in a duled to be taught during the career of this "phenomenon"of
Ernest Stone and 10
other state officials directed boards flouted every effort to manner that maintained and 15-week summer semester.In show business,but his opin- !
were -
make the 14th amendment a promoted segregation. addition to a fully accredited ion on the Adam Clayton Po- j
by the U. S. District
meaningful reality to Negro high school program, the well and Senator Tom Dodd -
Court in Montgomery to"take Controlled school construction "S
"
affirmative action to disesta- school children in Alabama. and consolidation pro- Miami Senior High AdultEdu- (Connecticut) political dilem- YDA.JR. j
The Federal Court said that Center also has out-
cation
ma and how he feels the Har-
blish all state-enfored and policies in a man-
or encouraged grams
claims broke all
Gov. Wallace and other state in records for
foreign
standing programs lem voters will react to
that maintained and reelection -
ner
pyblic segregation. officials had used two chief pro- forforeignborn attendance In Miami Beach hotels -
English
languages, of Powell if an elec-
They were also told to "eli- moted segregation.
means of encouraging local business educationmar- and night spots this year j
tion becomes This
necessary.
minate the effects of .
discrimination." past. Alabama school boards to resist "Controlled school transpor- keting, trade extension, pre- wizard of show business demonstrates and the critics were lavish ti
integration: tation and trade training and with words of praise.According .
LDF Director Counsel Jack programs policiesin paratory by his up to the
*"They used their authorityas a manner that maintainedand home economics.A minute knowledge of what's to Sammy, he
Greenberg called the decision, a threat and as a means of promoted segretation.LDF leaves soon after this engage-
going on withphilosophicalinterpretation -
"an Important step in closingthe to local ment for
punishment prevent Europe where will
doors to evasion of the school officials to dese- attorneys participatingin free brochure, listing the of how these results work with Peter Lawford In a
Constitution and the and hours each class is may effect people of all
desegregation the case were FredD.Grayof days
gregate schools. comedy picture called "The
guidelines of the De- Montgomery;andMr.Greenberg scheduled to meet, may be obtained walks of life, that he Is "at Adventures
of Salt and
partment of Health, Educationand *"They have performed their Charles H. Jones, Jr., by telephoning the home" on and off stage. per." Pep I

Welfare. own functions in such a way as Melvyn Zarr and Henry M. school, 443-9341 or 443-5226 Last week Sammy closed out Accompanying Sammy

"We plan to follow this up In to maintain and preserve the Aronson, all of New York City. after 2 p.m. daily. Deauvllle two weeks that engagement the management at the his secretary Billy Rowe.was


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MORE LOCALWINNERS UM Pays Tribute to Drama Job fair This Saturday I


Tradition Instilledby
for
Negro College Youth"The

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Leroy WashingtonLeroy
Job Fair may prove to ways, Wometco tnterprlses: ,

Washington, head of _d '"":. 'i. be a most important event in Aerodex, First National Bankof
the drama department at the lives of some Negro young Miami, First Federal Savings -
Booker T. Washington High men and women who are aboutto & Loan, Washington Fe-

School has been given a spe- : r graduate from college or junior deral Savings H Loan, Grand
cial citation by the Univer- .. college. It could be their Union Supermarkets, Maule
sity of Miami department of first big step toward the startof Industries, University of Mia-
drama. a business or professionalcareer mi, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Bi-
with companies who shopric/Green/Fielden Ad- .

The citation was made duringthe .. support equality of employ- vertising Agency. ,
17th annual Play Festivalfor ment regardless of the color of George V. Crawford, a per-
Dade County High schools \ 1 a persons's skin,"says CalvinE. sonnel officer at Florida Po-

and reads as follows: ".,. \, '. '.. i I Jennings,coordinator of the wer & Light Company and a
-',!,)i\/t: of'i. project which was initiated by vice president of Greater Miami -
A special citation is being ., ;. ;: : .I Greater Miami Urban League. Urban League is chairmanof
made this year to Leroy Wash : the Job: Fair Committee.

WINS$50 ington and Booker T.Washington The Job Fair will be held this "Only in rare instances now,

High School. This year Saturday, April 1, from 9 a.nu do we find qualified Negroes

Rosann Valentin! of 25 W. 26th marks the last year that this to 1 p.m., at Miami Dade Junior being denied jobs because of
high school will participate in College, 11380 SW 27th race," says Mr.C r a w f or d.
Street, Hialeah won $50.00 at
the annual high school festival LEROY WASHINGTONt Avenue. There Is no charge. "One of the functions of the
Mart's Humble Station, 1625 since next year this school will Some 25 companies will have Urban League is to encourage
Asx Palm Avenue, Hialeah. no longer exist. Booker T. to Mr. Washington and personnel representatives to sound hiring and employment

Washington High School, Booker T. Washington High Interview and hire qualified practices and to assist in recruiting -
through its teacher Mr.Wash- for their consistent high stan- applicants for a variety of qualified Negro work-

ington, has brought good thea- dards of theatrical practice. jobs. Among the leaders in the ers. The Job Fair Is an indication -
tre to its students and its com- Furthermore, it is the hope of field of business, industry, of the cooperation wed
munity. The traditions of thea- the Department that this fine public utilities, aerospace an are getting from enlightened
tre that Mr. Washington director will continue to be banking are Burdine's,Jordan employers in the Miami area,
WINS $5000Mrs. instilled within his s t u d e n t s present at future festivals as Marsh, Richard's, Sears Roe-, and wouldcertalnlyurgegra-

r will continue far beyond the he continues to pursue his buck, Florida Power & Light t: duates of colleges and junior

George H. Plennes, of memory of the school he ser- teaching career in the Dade Co., Southern Bell Telephone,, colleges to attend this event.
1214 Southeast Eleventh Avenue x f ved. However, with the closingof County School system. Eastern Airlines,Pan AmAlr-, It's a real opprotunity."

Deerfield Beach, won Booker T. Washington High
School the theatrical
$50.00 at Dick's Humble Sta. specific
traditions will also end. It is,
tion, 4891 North Federal High VISIT SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, March 31, 1967 3


LBJ Praises Senator Brooke Are Debutantes Picked on Merit or I



for Vietnam StandPresident Do ,.You Have to Have Connections ?


Dear Sin
L. B. Johnson has "If we show strength, I believe with civil rights leaders who

told Sen. Edward W. Brooke he will come to the peace say the war InVietnam Ishurt- SUMMER SOCIAL I would like to use your newspaper as a means of voicingmy

(R.Mass.) that Brooke had table sooner," he said. ing the civil rights movement. WORKERS NEEDED opinion. You, sir, are Just the person to whom I would like
performed "a great service to Repeating his contention that "I do not relate the two," he to address my feelings.

the country and to the American the bombing of North Vietnam said. "I am certainly in favorof Taking a cue from National
people"in airing his viewson should continue under present the civil rights movement.I Social Worker Month being observed Becoming a debutante means Just about everything to a girl

the war in Vietnam. circumstances, Brooke said don't believe the war is tak- during March,the Welfare preparing for graduation and a life ahead.It's something to be
he thinks "withdrawal wouldbe ing place in an Asian coun- Planning Council has announced proud of and remember always. An occasion such as this

.':-; a drastic mistake." try it necessarily is tied" to a program to place should not be spoiled by any "dishonesty."

.\,,II\ ,J don't believe that because the college students in summer
"'; >t The Massachusetts Republican war is taking place in an Asian jobs with Dade County health I, sir, am one of the many girls that desired very much to
and first Negro to be country it necessarily is tied"to and welfare agencies. become a debutante but with honor and with the feeling that it

'Trtl,i elected by popular vote, made the civil rights movement. Students who wish to apply was earned and deserved. I was not selected, but I know that
his first senate speech after The war is "playing havoc should write to Careers in if a system> of selection was based on accomplishments thatI

.x returning from a twoweektour with our domestic economy," Social Work Porgram, Wel- too, would have been chosen. This is not my problem exclu-

of Southeast Asia when he he said, but added, the survi- fare Planning Council of Dade sively, but that of the many deserving girls who were not even

visited Vietnam. val of the world, the safety of County, 395 NW First Street, considered.
Brooke said he disagrees our nation is paramount." Miami.NAACP .
Listening to the "chosen few" around my school, I found
I that their honor is due largely to "connections." Understandthat

I'm not saying that these girls haven't accomplished and

Burns Governor Kirk haven't everyone attained of because them. the majority of them have, and I admire -


II I I feel that a lot of girls have been cheated because of their
I families that do not belong to any exclusive social set and do
1 SENATOR EDWARD BROOKEIn On Death Penalty ViewThe not comply with the present methods of"sweet talking" some-

into their I think
his address in the U. S. one nominating daughters. that someone witha
chance of being heard should let the people know Just what's !
Senate Thursday and again on Florida Conference of telegram asked: If you decideto services of the state rehabi- behind that gala event of the year. '1
Sunday, Brooke said that the the National Association for sign the warrant, how many litative, mental health,parole, :.
present military level in Viet the Advancement of Colored stars would be added to your penal, education and welfare Thank you for at least reading my letter and I hope that it

Nam was essential. Formerly people (NAACP) Thursday crown? How long before this programs, Davies said. starts your thinking about the subject. If I were a parent, I'd

\ he had advocated reduction of condemned Gov. Claude Kirk blood will be dissolved and The telegram also called on want my daughter to earn such honors through her own effortsto

American military effort. and the State Pardon Board on more requested? the Governor and the Pardon succeed rather than through a friend that I, as a parent,

Critics of the administra- their recent statements on capital Davies stated that capital punishment Board to immediately recon- might have.

tion's Vietnam policy in punishment.The telegram mustbe abolished because sider their decision and ensure -

Brooke's home state do not sent by Marvin Davies, it is an archaic,uncivil- to these men equal pro- Respectfully yours,
like his new stand. Florida Field Director of the ized, immoral, ineffective and tection before the law. Patricia Pemberton
The senator said President NAACP, viewed with completeand racial discriminatory

Johnson told him that he had "utter disgust" the refusal tice. In fact, he said, in Flo-
"a clear statement of the situation" of the Governor and the rida, it has grown more and Home Owners to Protest Sale of Manor Park I

in Vietnam and asked Pardon Board to allow the more into disuse until now it
Brooke to meet him'upon his American Civil Liberties is used primarily as license
The Allapattah Manor Park to the
Community area Dade
return to Washington. Union (ACLU) to inform the 51 to murder Negro males. The LITTLE FOLK PLAY
Homeowners' Improve- County Board of Public Instruction
Brooke said he believes "Ho -
of the availability
men on death row dignity of man and the pro-
to ment Association has voted to for the use of addi- SCHOOL
Chi Minh was now listening
of free legal counsel.In tection and value of human life
protest to officials of the Cityof tional school buildings other
Vietnam
in North
the Hawks" ,
to Kirk's statementthat must not be left to the whims
response 3290 NW 45 STREET
who are advising the North Miami in opposition to the than those already erected on
he would sign the death and selfishness of politicianswho
Vietnamese leader that "the sale of land in Manor Park the site. Miami, Florida
warrant for Thomas Allen, a are anxious to slaughterall
U.s. is seriously divided at 25 old from Live area to the Board of Public In- Nursery & KindergartenLicensed
year Negro Negro men, he noted. struction.The They will ask the City Com-
the present time" on the con- Oak, "as soon asorderlyprocesses Davies said that the deterrent mission by
duct of the war. followed the effect the homeowners will requestthe toexpand the facilities Florida State Welfare
are ,
argument
favoring
City Fathers to rescind any at Manor Parkin the 1967-I "
death peanlty is falacious, ridiculous and all previous actions as to 68 fiscal yearandimproveun- Coll:

NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY! and the Illogical highest form and represents of* the sale and use of land in the developed areas. 634.3044 0 R 635-5283

Now 2 locations to serve you hypocrisy that can be heaped

COOKS BUSBOYS upon farce a Judo-Christian of this magnitude people.A is. ..............................

DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS too Inconceivable to be sup- t
STATION DRIVERS ported minded individual FOR THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS
by any right .
HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS
even less the gover- AT MODERATE RATES ;(
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A THE .MIAMI.... ..... TIMES... Friday... March 31, 19/J7 _ _


B To Be Equal !Ii




by Whitney M. Young Jr.ExeculivePirectorNational.


E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher L Urban League
By Booker T. Hayes
GARTH C. REEVES Managing Editor -

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor THE NEGRO AND THE ARMED FORCESThe
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor
CreaturesMen selective service system is about to be revised. A Presidential
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Men Are Strange Commission recommended broad changes in the way

young men are drafted into the armed forces and the Presidenthas

SUBSCRIPTION RATES are strange creatures.They set standards by which they indicated that he will follow their suggestions.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 standards to apply only in draft the youngest .
judge other men, yet they bend these Under the proposed system, age group-
certain cases and to certain men.One of these traits by whicha 19-year-olds--w1ll be selected first. They will be chosen by
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post
man is judged is his ability to admit having been wrong. The means of random selection, sometimes called a lottery.When
Office at Miami, Florida, under the oct of March 8, 1876
man capable of: admitting he has erred is considered a man'sman the number of men needed is filled, those not selected will be

and companionship of other of the list to make for (the
room
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phones 691.0421 691.0455 worthy of the consideration dropped to the bottom new
men of equal caliber. This trait, when found in a man, distinguishes crop of 19-year-olds. Deferments too,will be sharply curtail

him from the ordinary man or individual. places

le! ditor'5 otebooh him, literally, head and shoulders above men of less profound ed.The system of random selection is especially important because -

convictions. He stands out as a giant In our society, servingas it will introduce into the draft what it has most often

an example for men of lesser character, but desirous of lacked--fairness. The present draft often works in discrimi-

DISTRICTS INVALIDThe casting a more upright shadow. natory fashion. President Johnson said as much in a recent

press conference: "I think unquestionably in the field of the

United States Supreme Court has declared Florida's This trait is considered a must for elected officials, and Selective Service Boards and the draft machinery, as in the

present Congressional districting Invalid, and ordered a special everyone holding a position of trust or power in a Democratic general machinery of government at all levels, that there has

three-judge lower court to convene setup the mechanics society such asours.Since it is considered human to err, been discrimination against minority groups."

of re-districting. the only detriment to having erred is the number of errors At present, almost one out of every three Negroes who meets

Under the order, the Florida Legislature must have a new made. The number is Important only because it determines a the Army's standards is drafted, but less than one out of five

and fair one man, one vote apportionment of Congressional person's ability to perform a certain task. The standards for qualified white youths is drafted. Every year almost 2 million .

districts based on equal population distribution by the 1968 judging efficiency Is a comparison of the effective maneuvers men reach draft age, but the Army drafts only a fractionof

election.In against the ineffective. When the effective deeds greatly sur- that number. To allow the burden tofall disproportionatelyupon

pass the ineffective, we say an individual competent. When minority groups is immoral, unfair and dangerous.This .
Tuesday's election Dade County voted solidly for the the reverse is true we say the Individual Is Incompetent.The is especially true at a time when the nation is at war.
Democrats. However, in the parts of Florida, the Repub- When induction Into the armedforces may mean death or mai-

licans gained 23 seats. Republicans now have 20 Senate seats ming in a far-off land in the midst of a bloody war, it is intolerable -

and 40 House seats; while the Democrats have 28 Senate seats Pitt-Lee murder case of Gulf county in the state of flo- for minority groups who share least in the benefitsof

and 79 House seats. rida is a prime example of elected officials unwilling to admit our society to share most in the burden of defending it.

Ted Plessy, the Republican Negro candidate received 48,304 having been wrong. Despite an unsolicited confession,verifiedby As anyone who watches televised newscasts or sees photosin

votes, but lost to Democrat R. A. Pettigrew who received a noted polygraphy crlmlnaloglst, the police and prosecutor the newspapers knows,Negroes are doing much of the fighting -

65,578 votes. So we now have a two-party system in Florida. deny they convicted the wrong men. To admit this would be in Vietnam. Although only 11 percent of the population is

to lend creditability to Pitt's statement that police beat him Negro, 14.5 per cent of the U.S.Army in Vietnam are Negro.In .

REAPPORTIONMENTFive severely the night before his confession, and that he chose this some of the line companies the proportion is far higher, as

way out to avoid death In the electric chair to which he was reflected in the fact that Negroes comprize 22.4 per cent of

years ago this month;the Supreme Court of the United eventually sentenced. combat deaths.

states handed down the decision that led to the one-man, one- The role of our Negro fighting men perhaps best typifiedby

vote standard for representation in state legislatures. Since Specialist 6 Lawrence Joel, who recently received the nation's -
Actions such these the of elected officials Is detrimental -
as on part
49 states have redistricted one or both houses. More are
then, highest military honor, the Medal of Honor at a White
to the welfare of the state. The thousands of dollars
expected.But House Specialist Joel received the award for
ceremony. extraordinary -
spent each in an effort to increase our tourist industryIs
the small cloud that was no bigger than Dirksen year heroism during an attack on his company's
being tossed down the drain. Incidents such as these havea position
amendment two years ago has grown into horizon-darkening by superior forces. Almost everyone in the lead squad
of reviving themselves in the minds of people despitethe
thunderhead of resolutions calling for a constitutional conven- way ,
involved. was killed or wounded in the attack,Specialist Joel, a me-
time elapsed at the mere mention of the state
,
tion the first since 1'78'7.The .
-- dic, treated the wounded men while still underfire. After being -
Dirksen amendment sought to allow representation in The final solution of this case, whatever it may be, will have
wounded twice he still draffed himself across the bloody
,
little effect the unfavorable created. The
on publicity already
house of on other than the court's populationbasis.
a legislature
one
out
battlefield to treat more men. Even after his supplies ran ,
hands-off policy conveyed by their non-participation, of our
in 1965.
that amendment
rejected
Congress
he continued to help his comrades, saving one man's life by
resolutions higher elected officers makes me wonder as to the degree of
Now however 32 states have passed or memo-
,
placing a plastic bag over a chest wound congeal the blood.
rials asking for constitutional convention to out the innocence it will take to force them to act.
a carry
The nation Is in the debt of men like Specialist Joel who undergo -
intent of the Dirksen amendment. Calls from only two more
such hardship and danger.It must soon face the question:
states could trigger congressional action to call such a con- Now that a national figure in the person of Atty. Edward P.
"Can we ask so much from these men without doing something
vention for in the Constitution.It Williams has interest in the in
as provided expressed an case resulting
in
about the discrimination which limits their opportunities
would be the first since the founding fathers met In Phila- national headlines, the concluding chapter of this nightmarefor "
civilian life? Is our nation so morally backward as to ask for
delphia to draft the Constitution. All amendments since then these two young men should be near.With the evidence on
in
such sacrifices from people not allowed participate fully
have been initiated by Congress and ratified by the states. hand, we know what the outcome will be, but can you imagine
all aspects of life? Can white Americans ask a man to save
Since March 26, 1962, when the nation's highest court first the effect it would have had on public opinion had those who
their son's life on the battlefield and then refuse to let him live
plunged into what had been called a hazardous"political thicket secured the convictions been man enough to say? "There is a on their street?

," major activity on the reapportionment front has Included: possibility we convicted the wrong men."It would have been a
President Johnson summed the problem when he said:
More than 100 separate lawsuits challenging the allocation of great day for the state of Florida. up
"The pack of the Negro soldier is as heavy as the white sol-
legislative seats In all but two states--Maine andSouth Dakota. -
dier's--but the burden his family bears is far heavier. In war,

the Negro American given this nation his best--but this nation -
Ninety-two legislative branches In 49 states reapportioned,
has not given him equal justice." There is a bill to be
of them several times.
some generally had held, that an apportionment plan would be acceptable paid, in the form of open housing, better educational and job
Efforts under or ordered by courts to redistrict nine
way if none of the new districts varied more than 15 per- opportunities, and the end of discrimination, and it must be
senates or houses in seven states, including some of those cent from the norm. paid soon.UTS.

revamped in recent years.A Concern now Is mounting in several states that
marked shift in legislative control of at least one branchof ney apportionment -

some two dozen states from sparsely populated rural areas litigation may be pushed to produce districts com-

to long-underrepresented urban and suburban sections.An parable to what was finally achieved in Florida.

increase in the number of Republican legislators in tra- .SPECIAL SESSION HELDThe TM POLITICSBy

ditional Democratic states, especially in certain areas of the .
South. two new Senate seats were given to Fulton County (Atlanta NORMAN E. JONES

Democratic in states considered GOP ) and nearby DeKalb County.
gains once strong-
For the past two the
years, Florida Voters League Inc has
holds. Three other states--Louisiana,Minnesota,and Rhode Island ,
adopted strong resolutions petitioning both the state Democratic -
also reapportioned their Legislatures within the past year.
LONG WAY TO GO The Louisiuna action came at a special session in Decemberand and Republican parties to appoint Negroes as paid staff

will take effect with the state's next election In 1968. members, to Include Negroes on policy-making levels and to
Despite the progress made, many of the states still may include Negroes on their slates to the respective national con-
from the
Lawmakers new Minnesota and Rhode Island dis-
have to before the courts that all
a long way go they satisfy ventions in 1968.
citizens have nearly equal representation in their legislatures. tricts were elected last November.In Their efforts have been
rewarded recent
partially by the ap-
the avalance of
redistricting activity over the past five
Neither in its decision in the Baker Carr
original v. case pointment of Bob Carroll to Flo-
serve as apaid staffer on the
geographical considerations have been brushed aside.
nor In any of its subsequent directives on the subject of appor- years, rida State Democratic Executive
of the states had not altered their Committee.
Many legislative districtsfor
tionment has the of the United States
Court
Supreme spelledout Carroll well known
for
decades--in a few instances for 50 years. This, despite throughout the state as a campaigner
exactly what it expects.In Scott in
shifts and state Kelly his unsuccessful quest for the nominee on the
major population constitutional requirementsthat
its initial ruling the justices decreed that the so-called Democratic ticket
for back-
be carried out governor, has the educational
reapportionment 10
every years.
"equal protection clause" of the 14th Amendmentto the Unit-
ground base
Before the courts in less a of practical experience, youth and a pleasantpersonality
than
stepped 12 per cent of Vermont's -
ed States Constitution entitles citizens to certain protectionswith in
his favor In
this
total lived in pioneering effort.
towns which
population could elect a majority -
to the of Federal
respect apportionment
legislatures. of the House members. Nevada it was only 8 percent. Negroes in Florida are duly proud of this long past due recognition -
courts, It ruled, have the power to enforce them.In .
from
Today all but a half dozen of the 99 legislative houses have the official state Demo party, butby no means
June, 1964, in a series of related decisions the Supreme do
they accept this
electoral appointment as a paid in full debt. The voters
Court went an Important step further. Population it saidshouldbe percentages below 45 percent, with many around or
just above the 50 percent mark. At 38.4 percent the Hawaii League, other organizations and individuals will continue
basis seats not in but in both
the only for allotting just one to petition for
House, last reapportioned in 1959, appears to be the lowest. representation on the policy making level, full
branches of a state legislature.Few Both major parties have profited from reapportionments. delegates and alternates to the national conventions, political
rulings by the high court have had greater impact The
In last year's election, the Republicans picked up 45 seats in patronage on every level and all other benefits and privileges
shock waves are still echoing.
accruing to party members.
reapportioned states; Democrats won 25.

Reapportionment has had racial impact,too:Negroes gained Carroll is placed In the sensitive position of maintaining a

BIPARTISAN' ACTION TAKEN 60 legislative seats last fall. balance of loyalty to the party and to those in power from which

Because of the obvious political quicksands involved, law- his pay comes, and loyalty to the Negro electorate whose interests -
Federal and state courts not only have been kept busy policing makers -- particularly those from underrepresented rural he will be expected to promote.

reapportionments by state lawmaking bodies, but In 13 sections who oftened controlled the legislative machinery __ JOS* position *will be expected to"sell" many candidates
states they have wound doing the job themselves.In .
up have been reluctant to redistrict. ?SLand; actions have been offensive to the Negro
another seven states one or both legislative chamberswere voters .
But with court orders ringing in their ears, they have had expected to convey demands to the Demo
redistricted by special,usually bipartisan,commissions. little real alternative to doing the job. hierarchy from the Negroes which wW be distasteful to his
Originally reluctant to step in to impose their own redistricting Christian Science Monitor superiors.He .

plans, federal courts in increasing numbers have run will not be able to "sell" of the Demo candidates
out of patience and done the job themselves. to the Negro voters and by the many
same token he wW not be able
Witting the past six weeks both branches of the Florida and GOOD NEWS to get every requestfrom Negroes
accepted the Demo Com-
Mississippi Legislatures have been revised by federal courts.A mittee, so as in all practical by
three-judge panel in Miami, Feb. 8 ordered into effect a Mayor Robert King High announced on Monday that city as well much i "horse-swapping"politics there wW be in his office

plan proposed by Prof. Manning J. Dauer of the University of officials have found the necessary funds for the $2.3 million Bob is in this and compromlse.

Florida. JtoAS'tf: the new districts vary more than 5 per cent Bayfront Marina and that plans have been approved.The abimv"taV?"Horse-swapping position" will largely depend on

from the 'ideal norm(computed by dividing the number of seats new marina will replace the old one that was damaged on one hand( and his and how tolerant his constituents -

within the legislative chamber into the state's total population). by Hurricane Betsy in 1965.is said the Marina will be com- The one thing certain to superiors on the other hand.
come to Carroll
Is much flattery
Prior to the Florida directive it had been felt, and courts pleted in September 1968. and praise and even more condemnation and criticism.



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'" THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, Marc) 3l.1:," 1967 S





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Easter weekend was a mad, mad rush as thousands jettedto
Nassau for spring vacations.


Easter visitors at the Colston's home are Mr.and Mrs. Cato

Fisher, their daughter, Vera, her husband, Charles Wells and
their son, Jeffrey, from Detroit.


That beaming smile Alean Cunningham is wearing appearedwhen The beautiful and modernistic Tri-Arts Medical and and Wil
W. A. Patterson George K. Sands Mr. Mrs.
hubby, W.O.C. Robert Cunningham paid a surprise visit Center at Northwest 54th St. and 10th Ave. will hold .
fred Gibson of Eddie's will locate
home to her and daughters, Melannie and Audrey from Fort A. pharmacists Drugs;
Walters, Texas' Primary Helicopter School onalSday leave. open house on Sunday. The medical complex will house their drug store in the building and fired Seymourwill I
the professional offices of Doctors J. O. Brown, GeorgeA. be the laboratory technician. Johnson photo.

Happiness is being six years old and having a birthday party Simpson, Dazelle D. Simpson, Stanley E. Johnson,

with little friends...ThomascenaJohnson,daughter of Oscar
and Sybil Johnson of Opa-locka entertained friends on Monday Jtr.>> '
Who Will Be Miss Urban
afternoon. 'Y.j ."....j}
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Nellie Roberts and Marian Dean are guests at the Washington -
Hilton in D.C. They are attending the ACEI Conference this League Youth CommunityPictured
week.

,here are five lovely high school seniors
Good news is that Ellis Williams is out of the hospital (Mer- vieing for the crown of "Miss Urban League Youth Com-

cy) and is recuperating at home. But E.K. Lockhart is still a munity." They are from 'left to right: Eleanor Reddick,

patient at Mercy. CoraT Gables Senior High School; Ellen Williams, Booker h

T. Washington Senior High; Patricia Ingraham, Booker -
Greetings and best wishes from an old friend, B. Clarence I
Holmes, Newport News, Virginia.Mr. T. Washington Senior High; Sandra Calloway, Mia- ,
and Mrs.Stanley(Helen Fisher)Roberts of NYC is visi- mi Northwestern Senior High; and Sharon English, Mia- 1'>" <
ting her sister Annabelle at 3548 Florida Avenue. Miami is mi Northwestern Senior High. The crowning will take ._
their first stop then on to Nassau for a weekend.Mr. place in April during the Grand Ball which will be heldat
one of the exclusive hotels on Miami Beach. I

and Mrs. James (Alice) Keene Joined the throng for the SANDRA CALLOWAY ELEANOR REDDICK

Easter weekend in Nassay. The Keene's were guests of Mrs. .. -_ -..........---...._ ... _.....u_.. '.!. .11
Eugenia Lockhart.A .
I I MRS. ANNIE MAE

visit with her family for the holiday sent Connie Dillardto HARVEY CROWNED

Havana.Dr.. and.Mrs. Nathaniel Colston entertained friends Sundayin : I QUEENMrs.

honor of their houseguests,the Fishers and the Wells of De- .i % i I Annie Mae Harvey was
.
troit. crowned Queen of the American -
I f ft fI Legion Auxiliary 165 again
Joycelyn N. Knowles has returned to her desk at Wheatley I
fI this year. Thanks to all participants -
after an absence of two weeks.
I on theprogram, clubs,

Attorney and Mrs.L. B.Johnson of Nassau were houseguests I II friends,legionnariesandmembers -
I to make the
of his father, Zack Johnson and his wife, Helen. for your help
contest and tea a success.
More collegians, here from Easter were Frederick Hunt,

Percy Brown, Clyde Murphy, Michael Saunders, Cyrus Jolli- Regular meeting Wednesday
vette, Maria Wyche, Marilyn Wilson. ,1 Yj night April 5 at the home of
1o
Robert and Addle Seniors and children, Natalie and Carla the president. Members are

spent the Easter vacation in Tallahassee with her parents, Mr. : :. H4a3 asked to be present.
and Mrs. Aaron Whitehurst. : ,
: k:, is
._}_..._.._ ._>J<.._. _..__.._,_ _._ Mamie Montgomery pre-
Alice Harrison, Fran and James Chambers were among ----------TELLEN -- sident and Marie Daniels is

those attending the American Personnel and Guidance Asso- WILLIAMS SHARON ENGLISH PATRICIA INGRAHAM public relations chairman.
ciation, March 19-23 at Dallas.
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PUN PHUN ::1
Wilbur and Irene Ellison Jetted to Nassau with the collegiansand

their wives. item ging my groceries. I said, I
Others of the "Jet Set" to Nassau were Marie Cooper, who I CONGRATULATIONS I saw this interesting TV "Better watch out the s
visited her daughter, Carol and her husband E. R. and a dar- recently: "By watching sheriff will be looking for
will discover that
ling granddaughter, Tera; Melba Pratt, Shirley Rolle, Dar- TRI-ARTS MEDICAL CENTERFOR often Russia, you is ahead in nuclear you. He's arresting all bag-
ville Knowles, Jr., Valencia Williams. men."
but we're aheadin
THIS MONUMENT OF PROGRESS, FAITH weapons deodorants., Now I know * * *
Enjoying Miami's balmy weather are Thomas Morman and I'm working on another in-
his sister, Debra of Washington, as houseguests of their aunts AND CONFIDENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY. how we're world peace to Ban will the come.born... vention. This time it's a new
going
Verma Bryant and Emma Lou Brasfield. * * kind of pliers mathe-

Driving down from Sarasota to spend Easter with her mother Dr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Ward Sign in a grocery store: "Ra-" pliers.matical"pliers They'll, caUed be used"Multi to-
zor blades at reduced prices.
Mrs. Louise Rolle came Lorna B. Matthews.
tighten the legs on multiplication -
Well, the way I shave, razor
blades should be sold at"cut" tables.
Houseguesting with Matilda Browne and Rev.and Mrs.Lam-. * * *
prices. (Pass the bandaids!)
bert Sands is Lillie Mae Tinnis Francis of Huntington Station
* * If you're itching to get a-,
L. I. Lillie will take a three-day trip to Bimini before she returns Girl Scout Council of Tropical Florida honored adult volun- Being short of help the ma- head, why not invent a cure !L
,
home. teers at their Circle of Friendship Luncheon in the Ibis Roomof for dandruff?
of the store was bag-
Norman Whitten Union,University of Miami, Tuesday March nager
Earline Rogers paid a visit home (Deland) toget some rest 28. Among those honored were:Mrs.Arthur(Louise)McQueen,
and recuperate after two weeks' illness. Nurse Masie was on Mrs. Mildred Clarke, Mrs. James (Alma) Crawford andMrs. IB-CITY
hand to see that Earline followed doctor's orders.In Thena Crowder, twenty-five year membership; Miss Amanda
Franklin, Mrs.William(Clarice)Littles and Mrs.Mary Louise NOW SHOWING
Miami to visit her son and his family(Albert Brown's of Thomas, Mrs. Norman Billard;twenty year membership;Mrs.
Carol City)were Mrs.Dicie Brown and sons,Donald and Mich- Nancy Dawkins and Mrs.Doris C.Smith,fifteen year member- CRIVE-IN THEATRE
ael of Melbourne. ship; Mrs. Alma P. Johnson and Mrs. Lawrence Bethel, ten

Helena P. Knowles jetted from Las Vegas to spend spring year membership; and five year membership, Mrs. Edward We've PETER SELLERS Clouseau
Fields; Inez Foster and Elizabeth Jones. NOW got (Inspector )
mother Mrs. Maude Prescod and family.
vacation with her
,
Highlight of the luncheon was the recognition address by our
National Volunteer Piper,Mrs.J.Lucian Smith,who flew down
John and Ida Bell Mosely and children motored to St. Augus-
from Atlanta for this special program.
stine for a visit with her father and stepmother.A eotandfb.
Wigs by Mr. Walters and Patricia's Inc., sponsored a
word of warning ladies from the Better Business Bu- Fashion and Hair Style show,Sunday afternoon at the Continental. g
reau's Bulletin. .."Don'tflipyourwig" if you get a postcard Nickle Lee was the Master of Ceremonies and Thelma J.

from Philadelphia saying you have won$125 human hair wig. McDonald was commentator. ice.raugw' r.w.n.
Cards being mailed to names chosen at random from the tele- A IWE EDWAIDSmollC
phone directory, instruct the receiver to to to a local addressto Muriel McQuay and daughter, Kendrick of Nassau are the liOMpmR axEIISELLERS
pick up the prize. The catch is that the winner must pay for houseguests of James and Staretha Mentor.Mr. SOMMER
three wig styles at a cost of$29.85,the bulletin continues. The and Mrs. Danza Burrows (Frieda) were surprised witha a : .
same outfit duped 50 housewives Knoxville, Term.,before it wedding reception, given by Mrs. Clara Nell McKenzie and MflONIVEN'PETERSBiaS
was discovered that the wif offered was equivalent to $2.98 friends Sunday after at the home of MrS.Vernell Rahming, 755 ROBERT Wm'CI6IE.ir .
synthetic wigs. NW 61st Street. The Burrows were married in Nassau Sunday
morning and took a flight Immediately after for their honey- -
The City of Miami Recreation Division will present the firstof moon in Miami. They returned home Tuesday evening.
four concerts by Caesar LaMonica and his band April 2 at _CMDIfW.E A M
Manor Park, 1300 NW 50th Street. Time 5 to 6:15 p.m. Plan to Beatrice Miller spent the Easter weekend In Daytona Beach ICOlO..IlUXEI lullvvapor 'IWINICOLOR" nCIIIIIIIAMA.
attend. This series suggested by Commissioner Athalie Range with her sister Geneva Loper. She also visited her brother, -'"UNITED ARTISTS

will Include musical selections, group singing and whistling Rev. Benjamin Lane In Winter Park. EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
during the novelty numbers. Support this concert, please.
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Parham publishers of the Cinclnatti Uncensored and uncut
Get well wishes to E. K. Lockhart, Ellis Williams, Mrs. ,
Elizabeth Bryant, Alice Martin Matthews, Ann Smith,William Herald spent the Easter weekend.at the Sherry Frontenac hotel The most provocative motion picture of the y..rl

Adderly, Roscoe (the barberMuldrow.Here Miami Beach. ...,;.

from Cocoa to visit Alice M. Matthews, a patient at Sheila McDufffy, Gwendolyn Faison, Phil Edgecombe and ; e'A GENUINELY
Christian were Mr.and Mrs.Nick(Naomi) Ford and Mrs. Dave Livingston Deal, all freshmen at Tennesses A&I University, + i1li. FILM !

Johnson. jetted home to spend the spring holidays with their families. g'nJlVl8ce'.y Crwlbtr, Ti"'..
Mrs. Ina Armbrister and children, Linda and Barry of Nas- ,; .'r1 : "lI1Nnu
sau are the houseguests of Mr.andMrs.Samuel (Barbara) Ro Melvin Fox, former Miami school teacher visited during the
gers. Easter break from his Baltimore teaching post. DISCRIMINATINO ADVIT ONLY &............ -....



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Photographic Memory Vernice Ross Collects Talent to RICH/N/ K
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Makes Him A LinguistFortyf Help Varity Children's HospitalWhen HEIGHTS FOCUS.Y. I

Lawrence -
Prioleau, who works at the Variety Children's; C's, the Rossettes, Pilgrim .....I''s'sssssslssusssssssptsi
the Park Avenue Service Sta- Aft Hospital financial crisis was;j Gospel Stars, Wright Singers, ---
tion on Miami Beach, left revealed in Jaunary one of the i Sons of Jericho, Little Shadows By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross
school in the fifth grade, but first local civic leaders to go, Miami All-Stars and
he speaks Yiddish, Russian, into action was Mrs. Ross.,, choirs of Greater New Bethel, Holiday visitors at the Leonard Aikens'(Dorothy)home were
and "porquito Espanol" (lit- St. Matthews Free Will, Zion nieces Angela and Tharon Ford of Jacksonville, During their
tle Spanish). f "Our Negro children have Hope and Jordan Grove Bap- stay, cousins La Frances and Rita treated them to a round of
Asked where did he learn it, I benefited tremendously from. tist Churches, Macedonia parties, beach trips, fashion shows, bowling and sightseeing.The .
Prioleau said / I this hospital, "she told her Church of God in Christ, and girls are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Ford(Jea-
friends. "We want to do
"I didn't really learn it. It I thing to help" some Bethany Seventh Day Adventist nette).
Just happened. I heard it and .
couldn't forget it. !"''''''' I Mrs. Ross, who directs her Last Saturday night was the Advance tickets to the 17th annual Metropolitan Miami Gar
Prioleau has never thought !'" '- own gospel-singing children's first big Variety gospel sing- den show at Dinner Key on April 7,8,9, may be purchasedfrom
about his IQ. He amazes his f.I groups in the Negro commun- ing atElder I.Wilcox's Churchof Garden Club president, Mrs. James Crawford(Alma).
fellow workers by being able ity were interested in putting God in Christ,South Miami Phone CE 5-2537 or see her at 14250 Madison Street.
to remember telephone numbers .I J on benefit programs. There was another at George
without writing them I Washington Carver High Sprinter Leslie Miller got the surprise of his life at a recent -
down. He said that languages Word began to circulate. School on Sunday. A third is party given for him by classmates on March 24, at Tho-
help him in his work and enable LAWRENCE PRIOLEAU Brother Ray and the Rev. Ira set for April y at Bethany masina White's home. Les, a native of the Bahamas, broke a
him to communicate with said. "When I get all finished McCall, disk jockeys, put it on Seventh DayAdventist Church. Florida High School Activities Association record with his run
people. telling her off, she says, 'I their shows. At Mrs. Ross', "So many people want to of the 440 in 48 seconds. He was also selected twice as the
"If a customer comes in with don't know what you mean,but home in Richmond Heights,the participate," Mrs. Ross said. Miami Herald's player of the week.
an accent, I recognize it and whatever it is, same to you.'" phone started ringing. "My phone hasn't stopped
talk to him in his own language.I Prioleau is one of six in a Talent poured in: The C Lord ringing." Howard-ites Charlie Anderson and Carolyn Howard along
use what I know. It makes a South Carolina family.He still with Clark-ites Gloria Allen and Josephine Holloway took leaveof
lot of friends. regrets that he was not able to DORSEY ALUMNI their respective colleges to return to the Heights for a com-
"I can hold'conversations," go through high school and to ATTENTION! bined Easter and spring vacation.
he said modestly, "butI'm not college. He would like to'"fur DONATE SHOES TO
like Webster" ther myselfy in Spanish." HEADSTART CHILDRENThe Greater Miami Temple No. Models mingled with musicians at the Easter parade of fash-
"People get upset when their In explaining his languistic classes of '46 and '56 769, I.B.P.P.E.W. is sponso- ion presented by the Episcopal Churchwomen of the Church of
car breaks down.A lot of timesI ability he said, "I guess I have ((Dorsey Northwestern)recently ring a chartered bus ride to the Ascension. Parading between the musical selections, two
go out on a AAA call or road a good ear." I, donated $50 toward the Ft. Pierce, Fla. for the state through 18-year-olds modeled the latest in spring fashion:
service and they scream and He has been working at the J purchase of shoes for needy convention, parade and ban- Multi-color tents, bright straw hats,and the all-time favorite,
yell in Yiddish. They get em- Beach station since 1954.]Headstart children.Mr. quet. Buses will leave 363 NW white. Seniors, Sonya Daniels and Thomasina White narratedthe
barrassed when they realize I Owner Charles Rosenblatt Larue Ford, who is a social 17th St., 12 p.m. and 743 NW show. Tonya White's playing provided background music
can speak it too."Sometimes said, "He's my manager.". worker (Headstart) and 63rd St., 12:30 p.m. noonSun- for the affair. The program was coordinated by Mrs. Thomas
I blow my top in Ij j president of the Invincibles, day, April 9. Donation $4.00 White (Gloria) Rev. William R. Pickles is vicar.
Yiddish." The class of 1957 of B. T.W.!notified the group that they roundtrip Any interested per- The production of "Ah Men," previously scheduled for
His wife andtheirsonandtwograndchildren sons, Elks or non-Elks,please
March 31 in Mays High auditorium, has been rescheduledfor
is having its weekly meeting English Dt. Alto Screen, FR 7-
speak only April 7th at the home of Miss I the community if they would 4212.Dt Olive Jones,7546556for April 15.
Albertha Rolle, 366 NW 59th I help these children.The group
seats.
in whenI
"It
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get mad at my ,wife," he Dt. Muldrow, D.R., Dt. Olive
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u YN Urban LeagueCoordinates -r7rT


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B-CC InternsToday


as never before,there
Is a tremendous demand for rr
social workers. In an attemptto
play its part In fulfill Ing this r
BY STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING need Bethune-Cookman Col-

LIN E-0-TYPE lege with the assistance of ourlocal
league, has establishedan

THE LITTLE RED BOOK:Classroom Teachers Association internship program for sociology gI
endorses elementary six grade teacher and Dade County CTA majors aspiring to be
Director Roland Rolle for FEA-CTD Director in District 11 social workers. These indivi-
u _. __ duals
name left on Golden Glades Drive-In willworkasprof essionals
Theatre after with the League and in various w. "
some of its neon bulbs got +
sleepy DIE THEATRE Mrs. Cleve- t ... E.O.P.I. centers until May 5.
'
land (Addle) Sampson mending at home after ''I' The purpose of the internship *
spending 10 days in Cedars of Lebanon, program, according to T.\Vil-
where she underwent the medics scalpel... A. lard Far, executive dlrectorof
Anthony Simons Sr. looking 10 years the League, who is serving as

younger than his son,Tony Jr... Constance t. 1' :. field coordinator for the pro- IYI Id
: 1" ., gram,Is simply givethestu- }
.
Deleveaux-Dennis a cashier at Opalocka'sJ. '" \'Ii. i
,
..
M. Fields DepartmentStore,after retire- ....'. ". ,-" dent a chance to get some
ment from Baker's Bar in mid-town. ,,:: i practical experience in an
agency setting before enrolling -

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Florida Memorial College planning in a graduate school of
Human Relations Institute -- "for the purpose of establishing social work. Fair feels this
a continuous laboratory of seminars and projects in human type of experiment should
interaction" Ida Webb wore her aster bonnet on Bay prove to be most meaningful.It .
Street. Irony:GOP candidate William Manker, aspiring for will afford the student an opportunity -
the Senate in 42nd District is not William Manker the 15th Ave- prior to entering
nue mortician and bail bondsman..If you're wondering what graduate school, to find out if
happened to Judy Hanna of Opa-locka, you'll find her smiling he really has what it takes to
cheerfully for customers at Dap's Soul House,a Seaboard con- become a competent social
fectionary along NW Seventh Avenue.Dr. Howard Hadley at worker.
Jackson Memorial Hospital. .Ditto Apes Jarrett-Clarke in t
the same infirmary
DINNER SALE
SALT WATER TAFFY: Saint Agnes' golden tenor HaroldE 1
Brown spent the Easter weekend in nostalgic Nassau, but his There will be a dinner sale '
grandson Harold Kent Brown Howard Saturday, April 1 in the social '
a University sopho- B. C. INTERNEES TOUR LOCAL UNITED/ FUND HEADQUARTERS
more, spent his'n at home with his mother, Yvonne Brown, a hall of Ebenezer Metho-
former Saint Agnes' Choir oriole. ..Patrolman-Booking Officer dist Church, 1042NW 3rd Ave. Seated L-R Roslyn Gainer, Mercedes Woodson, Rosemary Jenkins, Barbara 'I
Freeman Pyles from the uniform ranks to Property Unit This sale is sponsored by the Brown, Standing L.R Rose Marie Stewart, Laura Fornis, internee supervisor, Brenda *

.. The Eddie(Verna Sands)Thomas'of Key West were among Boy Scout Troop No. 76. Freeman, Dianne Allen, Ernestine Moore, and William Wynn, Agency Operations
those Easter morning"sun-risers"who shared breakfast with Director, United Fund.
Mrs. Amelia Shavers in her home... The Major(Jane Davis)
Lewis' college cutie, Sheryl Jane,Easter holidaying with mom
and pop from Xavier University in Louisiana.. James Lucasto ',"
Virginia and a family wedding. 1IIiQ1J" '!r"i#: }' 1>'
'
THE WEEK'S WASH: Charles Taylor beaming with pride as 'I' a
he cuddles his endearing grandson, Terrence, his daughter
Marsha's young'un Sam (Soul) Earlya holdover at Jilly's rw
South. Al Hibbleraone-nighterlast Sabbath in the Doral's ?
Band Box And the Gospel Jazz Singers a holdover in the I
Doral's Chacota Lounge. Sir Frederick and His Scots at
Trader Johns. Supremes at Eden Roc Diahann Carrollat '
the Diplomat. ..The EarnestJean)Monroes sons,Charles, rr { I IR
and Troy and their mommy spent Palm and Easter Sundays I
with grandmommy Lorraine Puyol of Our Town after forsaking
Nassau for the double holidays of the Miami variety Miles 11I
Glenn in from'IUskegee,Alabama a couple of months to see
his mother. (
1
STUFF AND SUCH: Juanita Fennell's beautiful daughter,
Sharon, should be in pictures. She's a purty gal who'd pass
anybody's screen test. .Dixie barmaid Luci Green's daugh-
ter, Harriett, saw her 6th birthday, March 23, but mommy
won't be 25 until April 25 .. William Robert Taylor was the
first to enter that during home at 1899 NW 66th Street last The "Tune-Out" Generation speaks up at Dorsey integration and problems in modern education. Above,
Thursday and probably saved the life of elderly Coretha Williams Jr. High A large number of parents attended a workshop some parents speak their minds as Dorsey teachers I
before firemen arrived, when he lifted her from the last Thursday evening to talk about absenteeism, and counselors/ listen.be .
flaming building. Former Dorsey High star football line
man Purcell Snyder, after eight years with the U. S. Postal More than 125 parents of sey Jr. High school chorus gone over by the Dorsey a success, especially the pa-
Service, retired to Lindsey Hopkins' School of Dental Tech- Dorsey Junior High students. sang several rousing songs. administration. rents who demonstrated their
nology. participated in a Parent Work- Musical selections were also The parents then picked up loyalty to Dorsey and their
shop last Thursday evening, played the "Untoubhables," report cards. understanding of the great !t.I
SWEETS TREATS: Sharpest young men on the Opa-locka sponsored by the Guidance featuring Milton Dailey,trom- Dorsey is grateful for all need for and value of educa-
Easter Parade: The Taylor brothers Charles Jr, Cecil and Department. They were greeted bone; Gerald Finder, drums; who heloed make the workshop tion in modern time

Godfrey. Look Alikes: Samuel Moncur EOPI and James by Mr. C. Allgood, prin- Lavern Markerson, trumpet; -------------- -
Chamberlain, the actor-comedian Seen at Bill Harris' cipal, who outlined the need Riley Smith, saxophone; Ro-'
Satellite Lounge: Barmaid Suzan Alexander mixing cocktails for greater parental controlof nald Rogers, trombone; Glenn
for elbow benders Everett(Big Red) Clark,Dave Marks, Lui- children. Dailey, trumpet. Mr. Fernando DeCardenas won I

gi Bullard, Sparky Davis, Norman Bullard... Maxey Shavers Reasons for absenteeism and Mrs. A. E. Russell, assis-
came up from Key West to attend that Elks meeting in Ft. Lau- tant principal for guidancewho
some remedies were offeredby
derdale last week The James Monroe Jr's Musical Con- Mr. C. Ingraham, counse- programed the project, $100 with a ticket like this.
cert and Lawn Party in their home March 26 honored Mrs. gave announcements. Parents
lor who has
Monroe's sister Elizabeth King on birthday. Lt. Leroy just completedan then adjourned to discussionareas.
Intensive six weeks
studyof
Smith of MPD, a welcome visitor at City Stockade. Their thoughts on various -
the problem first-hand in
problems in education
MIAMI MUSINGS: The combined guilds and men of the the field with veteran coun- related to Dorsey Jr. High
Church of the Transfiguration hadfull representation at MinnieDismucke's selor, Mr. L. Albert.On were recorded by teachers In
home Monday night anf formulated plans for their the lighter side, the Dor- "buzz sessions." These will
coming Fiesta and Bazaar to be held Friday and Saturday
nights at the church grounds.Mrs.Dismucke chaired the com-
mittee that was indicative to us of the success to come. There Dade and Broward Students V; t
aren't enough adjectives lying around to describe a Fiesta that
cannot all ready be visualized by kiddies and adults when it 5)

comes to gaiety! fun and frolic. But a wrapup of the colorful, Make B-CC Hornor Roll
musical booth-infested occasion can best be expressed by the
cooperative committeethatmet that its infant-ideas grow
into a giant spectacularT So, the gang and I'll be lookingfor Sixty three students at Be- Johnny, a senior majoring in NCD E.
thune-Cookman College
were elementary education from
I III I I That's it brother from one-man-newspaper
ya your ,
listed the Dean's List and
I on Pompano Beach, with a 3.60
who knows everybody andeverybody'sracketbutwhois happyto
Honor Roll roster for the first
average; Mars h a Rigby, a
record it here that his son Ivern Kennedy Sweeting will enjoy -
semester, according to Har- freshman majoring in busi- Y I
his 6th birthday come April 2.
rison F.DeShields,Registrar. ness education from Opa-
locka with a 3.57 average;Karl
Students making the Dean's Weaver, a senior majoring in
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4

Humble Oil Names J.E. Queen

EOPI legal Services

to Regional Staff PostJames .

By IRWIN S. FUTERFAS, CENTER ATTORNEYIn

E. Queen has joinedthe Now 37, Mr. Queen joined
headquarters staff of Hum- Humble and served nearly the past we have presented articles covering many sub-
ble Oil & Refining Company's three years on Humble's mar- jects, including one concerning the purchasing of a horn or
Northeastern Region at Pel- keting staff in Philadelphia real estate. The matters involved therein are continuing
l J BY DAVE BONDU r ham, Westchester County, fore his transfer to New Philadelphia source of trouble to many persons, particularly those in the
4 New York, as a regional com- before his transfer to poverty area, and the items as mentioned in the previous article -
Seems I am on the soapbox again, and-this-time' -we-are going munity relations coordinator, New York City. He is a national bear repeating. Transactions involving real estate are
back to something talked about long time What a newly created post. He has officer of Elks, ser- complicated and involved, and It Is highly recommended that
ago. gos-
sipping and malicious talk can do, not only to the person you worked since 1963 in the New ving the Grand Lodge as assistant when the person Is able,he secure the services of an attorney
are talking about, but to others surrounding them.Last week, York City offices of Humble's public relations direc- before entering Into any negotiation regarding the same.

we mentioned that the James Club was having a "hard time" national coordinator of com- tor.Mr.
and being harrassed. Well, would you believe that it is all because munity relations, James S. Cammack, who succeeds The first consideration in buying a piece of property Is to
one of the owners bought a new home and auto, and the Avery. Mr. Queen in Manhattan, Is a make certain that It Is ducted to your specific needs, and will
word has been passed around that he "must be selling dope accomplish the purposes for which it is being purchased.
and dealing in prostitution to be able to do this." No one has Thereafter, if an agreement in general can be reached as to
any idea how much this man paid for his house (down payment) < terms, one enters into a Deposit Receipt with the Seller.
how much he pays a month to try to keep it, or his car. All we The Deposit Receipt is an agreement to buy and sell, and
have to know is that J.. gererally includes the terms and conditions upon which the
they are there. So, the word started out
as "he must be," and by the time it spread, "he was." I don't transaction is to be made. The Importance of this document
need to tell you how it got that way, you know. Consequently, being accurately prepared cannot be over emphasized, as it
is the framework for future In the transaction. For
activity
the police heard it, and now the club that so many Miamians
enjoy, nightly or weekly, is in jeopardy. Does this make sen- instance, the Deposit Receipt usually Includes such mattersas
se to you? Here is a man who is trying to give you some place the purchase price, status of existing mortgages or other
you can bring your friends and have a nice time; a man who is ? encumbrances, amount and disposition of the deposit, time
trying to live like anyone else, and have the comforts of life limitations Involved, and other matters such as termite damage -
for he and his wife, and what does he get for it? Gratitude? and plumbing and electrical specifications. t

This is just another case of'"Idon'thave anything, and I don't r
want to see you with anything." We learned to stick togetherin i Following the executive of the Deposit Receipt, the Seller
some things, but the lesson of helping others has not really generally presents to the Buyer an Abstract of title, which t
sunk in to the point that WHEN WE HELP OTHERS, WE HELP said documents contain Instruments relative to the condition of '/
OURSELVES. The sooner we realize this, the sooner we can the title to said property. The Buyer's attorney examines the ,
really become "one" and live better ourselves. Nuff said. Abstract so that the Buyer will be aware of the condition thereof ,I
l|! * * * * J. E. QUEEN WILLIAM CAMMACK ; whether there Is "good" title intheSeller, and what other
It was a joy to turn the corner of 57th street and 10th ave- matters relate to or effect said title. If the Buyer and his attorney -
nue the other day and look up the block and see not one, but William C. Cammack, Jr.-- 35-year-old native of Wash- are satisfied with the title to said property, then a Clo-
two, stop lights hanging brightly on the corner of 58th St., and an engineering graduate of Ho- ington, D. C., where he was sing is arranged. At the Closing, the final details of the sale I'
10th avenue. I would like to thank you for your letters and ward University,with a master's an athlete and honor student are transacted, such as conveying title and paying the cash to
and phone calls about this dangerous, death dealing corner, degree In industrial engineering while attending high school.He close. Prior to the Closing however,many incidentals are resolved -
and you may be sure that we will write a letter of thanks to from C.C.NY.willjoin entered Howard Univeristy at such as the arranging for mortgage monies,satisfac-
those responsible for it being there. This is the elimination of Mr. Avery In the oil com- 17 and was graduated with a tion or other disposition of outstanding claims or obligations,
a hazard to people of Miami who travel that way. Thanks to pany's offices In Manhattan, mechanical-engineering degree etc.
Mrs. Athalie Range,Steve Clark and our other commissioners. succeeding Mr. Queen. in 1954. He was a lieu-
Mr. Cammack has been hand- tenant in the Air Force from It Is Interesting to note that property is conveyed by many
* * * * * ling Humble's Industrial sales 1954 to 1956. types of Instruments. The Warranty Deed is the most common,

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Anne Rivers for all of Long Island, a lead- He the and therein the Seller conveys the property to the Buyer, sub-
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: James Bryant ing East Coast center of the joined Engineering Division ject to such matters as are reserved or excepted. A Quitclaim
GOLFER OF THE WEEK: Walter Green defense-related aircraft and of the New York City Deed conveys any interest the grantor(conveying party)might
electronics industries, since Housing Authority in 1957 and have in such property; while an Agreement for Deed is an instrument -

* * * * * the Fall of 1964. He has been worked until for the city housing which states that at some future time, and when cer-
with Humble since 1963. agency joining Humble tain conditions have been met, the Seller will convey title to
The United Golfer's Association meeting (their 41st annual) The two four years ago. He earned his the property to the Buyer.Of .
was a huge Golfers from all promotions, which
success. the
master's
over country were degree atC.C.NY.in
are effective Interest to most individuals is the right to claim Home-
immediately
here representing their clubs and are
preparing for the National 1963.
stead Exemption acquiring an Interest in Mostof
part of Humble's professional- upon property.
Tournament to be held in Miami August 21-25. The Dinner-
the aforementioned instruments be'used to createSuch'
Dance was held at the Starlight Room of.the Biscayne Ter- development program } Mr. Cammack is president of may I
Mr. :, interest, however the Tax Assessor's Offfice should be
Queen's duties
new in the
race Hotel, and was well attended. Mr. Stephen Clark, our the Howard University Alumni
Public Relations consulted If there are any questions therein.It .
vice mayor, gave the invocation, and Mrs. Athalie Range, Departmentof Association of New York City
is likewise important to remember that the proper recording -
our city commissioner the the eight-state Northeastern and Is advisor for
welcome address. an his
gave Some of com-
of instruments is essential in order for one to obtain ,
will be similar to
,the out-of-towners present were: Maxwell Stanford,president Region pany to the first Junior
benefits of the law.If one has received a Warranty Deed
many
his former work In New Yorkas ,
of UGA Mrs. Mary Campbell Achievement I
; vice
secretary presicen Nat company ever
; ,
but lost the same before It was recorded, and the Seller can-
Jordan Franklin T. Mrs. a member of Humble's formed In Harlem the (
; Lett; Paris Brown,Mrs.Agnes Williams Ja-
not be located, tremendous legal problems can arise in pro- I
Mr. James Morrow, James Taylor, Lonnie Jones,Jack headquarters public relations Tex Company, which Humble ving ownership in the Buyer.In .
Dukes S. L. Hall Charles Martin staff. They will cover the com- The members
Howard Anderson,Ernes- sponsors. young conclustion, transactions involving the acquiring of real
tine Haroper, Wilhemenia Young, Shepard Brock, Willie bined areas of community,government manufacture jewelry of pro- estate are among the most troublesome to the average Indivi
Holmes, Robert Jackson, Sterling Johnson and many others.At customer,dealer fessional quality and appea-
dual. People have purchased property only to find that there
the dinner-dance the wives and sweethearts of the Par and Birdie and educational relations. rance.
were claims or obligations against said property, for which
members were very pretty in their green and white dres- they subsequently found themselves obligated to pay. Others
ses. They did a marvelous job of registration and preparationsTor have presumably obtained title to property and expended monies
this affair. Among the local folks I spotted throughout the thereon, only to discover that the person selling to them
crowd, were Bessie Wilkerson, Sadie and Willie Temple,Mr. did not have good title, and accordingly,could not convey good
and Mrs. Willie West of the Miami Dolphins;Allan McKellar of title. In this type of dealing, surely "An Ounce of PreventionIs
Falstaff Beer Company, Clyde Killens and of course, Ernest Worth a Pound of Cure."
Hayes, president of the Par and Birdie did a fine job of getting n
this affair off to a good start. Eight members of our big band
showed us a preview of the good music to come from the whole
group, under the direction of George Wright they really play-
ed music to dance by, and we did. We would like to thank you. CENTRAL LIFE
for your participation in this affair. .
Sumner Hutchesonwhom we claim as aMiamian although he
was born in Key West, was made the director of the Browns- I- -was.. founded in 1922.
ville Center of the EOPI. Former director, John D. Johnson,
has become the area coordinator for EOPI. Sumner is a gra- Offers some of the industry's most generous and
duate of Fisk University, and was a counselor and job'developer i liberal insurance contracts.
for EOPI. Dave Bondu, remains as associate director of -* .
the center, after requesting to retain his position personal i iJ -Markets a complete portfolio of Life and Hospital
reasons, rather than become director. We are proud cf Mr. plans-individual I and family coverage upto50,000.00.
Hutchinson, and know that he will do a good job. Congratulations ..c
are in order for him and for former Judge Johnson for !Has 45 years of proven service to over 10,000 so'"
his promotion. tisfied policyowners.


QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT MyPlace was full of folks who .Has paid more than $10,000,000 to living policy. .
didn't want to go home after the dinner-dance Saturday night. ,J S4k owners and beneficiaries since its organisation..
They enjoyed the Dino DeRose Trio,Jack Prince,Jeff SAddams, f'
Carol Joyce and Tommy Dale very much.. Big plans are being .Offers to qualified young people with a high school
made for the new Newport Hotel at 157th St. and Collins or college background, a source of dignified and re*

Avenue We have heard rumors that the Dave Akins Trio, Lon- w ., munerative employment with a golden opportunityfor
nie Sattin and Vi Velasco will be the stars David Dick, advancement. ?. : ". .-,> '
former assistant of the Oceanus Hotel in s-
manager Freeport, ------- ------- -
and now manager of a hotel in Puerto Rico, was in town for a SOUTHEASTERN CONTESTANTS Tennessee StateUniversity's -Has been in the vanguard in everyMoyementfor!
few days. Had to find the Dave Akins Trio to play his favo- racial justice and uplift during th.t' paU four decades.
rite "Mississippi Mud" for him...Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dukesare 13th annual Charm-Esquire competition The Company is proud of its history in this respect.
traveling to Nassau for three days,to see the happenings. involved/ / students from across the country. Contestantswere : .'
They will stay at Marietta's Guest House and visit the Drum- chosen on the basis of personal qualities. * * -
beat Club. He hopes to get in at least one day of golf, while The Purpose of the competition ;is to reemphasize CONSULT OUR DISTRICT MAN ACER IN YOUR
there .Robert Strapp and Charles Wyche were Easter visitors the importance of those attributes that contributeto
OR WRITE
COMMUNI TY :
to Nassau There Is an employment office on 5th charm, poise, and grace in women and to the gent! e.
street between North Miami Avenue and NE 1st avenue that manliness in man. The acquisition of knowledge is
has a sign hanging from over their door saying "WHITE- stressed as well as social skills. Central Life Insurance
COLORED." We thought that all such signs had been removed Shown here are (from left) "Miss Georgia," Vero- ,I
from our city. Where did this one come from? Suddenly, in our nica Collins of Macon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WillieL. of Florida
outstanding city, we find,right downtown where all the tourists Collins, with "Mr. Alabama," Marvin L. Greene of Company
and local people can see, a sign that points to something that
Bessemer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Goldy Green, Sr. and
we have "overcome" without riots marches and tensions.
1416 North Boulevard
Culbert of Jacksonville
"Miss Florida Cheryl D.
,
Let's get that sign to read"Employment, and take for granted -
that they help everyone,'as the others do. That does it daughter of the ForzeCulberts/ ; and Harrison S. Tampa Florida 33607
for this week. Until the next one. LIVE LIVE, EVERY Foy of Miami, son of Mrs Mary F Palmore Photo ,
GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT. PEACE! by Joe Zinn

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/ The Elks Lodge of Fort Lauderdale will follow through again
this weekend with fun and entertainment for all with a dance on
Y had Friday and Saturday rite There will be a lovely array of fash-
ions at the Fashion Show presented by the Everglades County
by. Council on Sunday, April 2nd.
day, Delta Chapter Tri-Hi-Y colored Easter eggs for the many
see kids of the Northwest area for the annual Easter egg hunt
out sponsored by Sunland Recreation Center. The girls also col-
lected among themselves numerous articles of food to complete -
he a basket to present to a needy family thus enabling themto
? enjoy a Joyous Easter. The members are Gloria Higgs, Mary
Singletary, Linda Tillman, Linda Curry, Geraldine Worthen,
Cheryel Ashley and Mary Jordan. The girls are to be commen-
ded on their very worthwhile project J under the excellent
leadership of Mrs. Kathleen Wright.

but The Cloverette Club of Fort Luaderdale gave an Easter
TEENAGER OF THE WEEKIn I It holiday party at the home of Mrs. Alma Kurtz of 2871 NW
everyone's life new and him 24th Court, on Friday, March 24. Some of those that attended
come. This week the spotlight is the party were Grezz Mizell, Pamela Morton, Chuckle Mor-
Austine Alfredo Hepburn. Miss ton, Hedcliff Mizell, LaVerne Pridgen, Karen Pridgen, Joce-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ; lyn Davis, Phyllis Bragdon, Anna Holloway, Cyrus Pettis,
to Street, Hollywood, Florida, has Aaron Pridgen, Cyrella Pettis, Beverly Gibson, Lonnie Ma-
as a debutante candidate, to be :; rion, Lawrence Martinez, Lewis Little, Patricia Dupont, Er-
28 at the Golden Gate Hotel. she 1 the nest Dupont, Ronald Williams and Herman Sapp.

ing her grace, dignity and charm ; no The Sweeting Foundation Fund, Inc. presents "A Touch of
fessional/ guidance of Suzy Phil \, Sparkles" starring The Le Jeune Models. This affair is to
Charm sponsored by Zeta Phi be held on April 1st beginning at 8 p.m. at the Governor'sClub
Miss Hepburn is making big hotel in the Dwight Rogers Room.
training for better citizenship by
schooland community Don't miss the social affair of the season staged for March
many them are the mathematics and the 31st at the Bayfront auditorium in downtown Miami. This pro-
gram "Grand Orchid Ball" presented by Phi Beta Sigma Fra-
Attucks where she is
High
a j but ternity, Inc. and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. promises to be
pressed great interest in music, an affair to be remembered. Miss Sigma will be crowned during -
cation and housekeeping. half
time.
Austine's ambition is to / f The Public affairs committee of the Norrhwest Branch
school teacher. Ph YMCA will present Mr. James Maultsby of Juvenile County
Counselor of Broward County as guest speaker for its second
with session of the Spring Hungry club series. Mr. Maultsby's
presentation, April 5th will concern Juvenile Delinquency
the Katzenbach Crime Repcrt. The public is invited to attend.
For luncheon reservations please call 523-2444 on or before
| April 4th.Recent.
I
I BeaclcBY visitors to the Fort Lauderdale area included Mrs.
Lucille Austin and Mrs. Carrie Miller of Jamaica Long Island -
MARIAN R. HOLMES_ N. Y. The ladies are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Bright of 1713 NW 3rd Road.
rrr..i The home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvyn Copeland of 960 NW
anytlm."a NW 24th Avenue was the scene of a recent luncheon cele-
I brating the birthday of their guest Clarence Mathews of
Jamaica. Mr. Edgar Young of Argentina was also a guest of
; the Copelands.


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Free Parking
Mrs. Essie Mae Nuby of 917
(\ NW 5th St., Ft. Lauderdale. Rashelle
"" Funeral services were eld
on Sunday, March 19th, 1 m. Hotel
at the Church of God By Faith.
f Elder Willie Coleman officia- ROOMS:
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\ ted.Mrs. Day, Week, Month
Emma D. Williams
Pictured is Mrs. Juanita Thomas of of Air Conditioned
211 NW 4th Avenue
Pompano Beach receiving a Ft. Lauderdale -
classmate, Mrs. Grace Hunter, after SW Body was forwardedto Heated
in Dimensional Quality Control from the Macon, Georgia on Thurs- Private Baths
Center of the Broward County Adult and day for rites and burial. 825 NW 21 AVENUEFT.
Program on March 10. Her husband, Charles E. Montgomery, of
C. Thomas and son, Reginald. 413 NW 4th Avenue, Ft. Lau- LAUDERDALE
Mrs. Thomas is the second Negro to mo- derdale, died March 13. Arrangements 583-9699
strenuous program and the second are incomplete.
of three children, Tunita, 15; Jacquelyn, ; sis- Survivors include three bro- Mr. and Mrs.
(pictured). Wil- thers, John, Frederick and Frank C. Smith, Jr.,
Richard, one sister,Mrs.Ma- Proprietors
ble Easter Miller.

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currently involved in a mem- ing all to I IL ,
bership campaign is seeking the L -
additional workers. The cam- Beauty
paign will run the entire monthof
April. Workers are asked to Those I
solicit memberships in their campaign &Wg
neighborhoods, on their jobs, mediately i
and among their friends.Dr. Branch I ,
George Simpson, MI- Avenue or Salon

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THE MIAMI TIMES Friday March 31. 1967 11
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The Key

It's Food

To Modeling

Time FolksBY

r A woman!guide to developing

poise,charm and

EMMA LOU LANIER I techniqw of professional modeling
--.. .

I believe that any Georgian would tell you that chicken is Q. Is there any tupe of clothing a woman considered short can
the favorite meat in that part of the country. If you narrow it wear to appear taller?
down to Columbus, Georgia, the answer would come quick as A. It is suggested that shorter girls dress"tall" by selectingand
a flash, "Country Captain." This dish was served to Frank- wearing vertical lines, textures and patters suitable to
lin D. Roosevelt and some of his guest as well as many other their small dimensions. Basically, there Is no stigma attached
dignitaries. to being short or tall. Women are of varying heights and; with
Franklin D. Roosevelt once was to spend only a few hours In charm and poise one can be happy and make others happy.Q. .
Obie/ W. Duren, vice president of Dorsey PTA, Mrs. Columbus. He sent this wire to his hosts: "If you can't give mea What is the advantage of a facial?
party andhave Country Captain,put some in a tin bucket and A. Facials, whether they be given at home or in a salon, are
E. C. Jennings, chairman of speakers' Bureau, and Lo- bring it to the train station." This recipe comes from the remote expected to cleanse, brighten, and smooth the skin. Facial
retta Wells// president of the Student Council, help plan hills around Columbus. There are many little creepy treatments are considered temporary in their effect.
the Dorsey Junior High PTA and Community meeting host towns. It was near my home,and I remember the chicken Q. I have heard of "permanent" hair relaxers and "perma ..
meeting set for April 12. farms, where roosters would crow before day break (which nent" hair straighteners. What is the difference?
means get up man,it's time to start your day.) The owls would A. The meanings are the same and often are found to be of a
DORSEY PTA TO HAVE COMMUNITY MEETINGA sereech and cry just before sunset. During the night, the chemical formulation. There are several formulations on the
PTA and community meet- the Juvenile Court, and there lamps would go out; the creaking doors would open, and all market. At beauty salons, as well as at drug, department, and
ing will be held at Dorsey Jr. will be a question box; also a you could see was a white sheet,ghost-like,hanging on a line. syndicate stores, one will find chemical hair relaxers or
High School April 12 at 7:30 poster display Eeveryone from Georgia knows what I am talking about. Don't straighteners made by reputable and well-known companies.
p.m. All parents, pupils and in-, feel bad,you New Yorkers,here's how to make this famous re- These products may be used for moderately curly or super
The guest speaker will be terested persons are cordial- cipe. curly hair. Curl Free is one of the newer and safer products
Judge Stone, senior judge of ly invited to attend. 1/4 c. oil or fat 1/2 tsp. pepper that may be purchased at drug stores. For best results, one
2 onions, chopped 1 tbsp. curry powder should follow directions carefully. A woman's hair should
2 green peppers, chopped 5 c. canned tomatoes remain "permanently" straight until new hair grows from
2 cloves garlic, mashed 1 H chopped parsley the scalp. Key models usually wear "permanents" or give
1 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. powered thyme themselves "permanents" because of the resulting natural
appearance of their hair, because of the "permanency" of
Heat the fat. Saute onions and peppers until soft. Add remaining the treatment, and because of the absence of undesirable oil-
r ingredients and simmer slowly while you preparethe iness.Q. .
chickens. How would you suggest caring for dry skin?
Use about four pounds of cut-up frying chickens. Removethe A. It is believed that constant exposure to the elements con-
GLAMOUR skin from each piece of chicken. Season lightly with salt tributes to day skin. A face with skin that is dry should have I
\ and pepper. Flour chicken lightly. Heat about 1/4 cup of oil or soap, perhaps Dial, and water applied not more than once a
TRESS WIGS fat in a large frying pan. Brown chicken in hot oil over mo- day, if at all. One with dry skin should use every opportunityto
/ derate heat, turning often to brown evenly. Place browned oil, lubricate and nourish dry skin. Cleansing should be
For the latest In wig fashions, falls, wig- pieces of chicken in heavy oven-proof casserole or pot. Pour followed with a skin freshener or bracer,which does not con-
lets, all 100% human hair as low as $39.95. sauce over chicken.Cover casserole or pot.Place in preheated tain alcohol or other drying agents. Choose the products that
350 degrees oven. Bake about 45 minutes or until tender.To do the best job for you. This might require a little experi-
Professionally styled by Miami'sNo. 1 stylist, serve, place cooked chicken in center of large platter. menting.
"PAM" Surround with cooked white rice. Add 1/4 cup of raisins or
currants to remaining sauce and pour over the rice. Sprinkle
One week only 2 for 1. Buy one at regular everything with about 1/4 pound of almonds, skinned, and
price. Get One FREE. Includes carrying roasted to golden brown. Garnish with parsley. Optional. .
case and head block. serve with crisp fried bacon..
x. TR UL Yi44.NOENNJ
Visit us at
PROJECT MAIMI DAY SUNDAYThe
708 NW 62nd ST.
public is invited to attenda ject MIAMI Girls and their
or call program in worship Sunday, tutors. The services will begin ,
April 2 at New Covenant Presbyterian at 11 a.m. We are expect-
754-5401 Church at 1221 NW ing your presence for this ser- '
43rd St. An inspiring program vice. Pest Control
has been planned by the Pro-


Termite ControlCall

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Beginning April 1, 1967THE
STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER 'Today for


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WINDOWS WILL BE OPEN ON

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Social Club
NOON FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK The Jolly 14" ,

TRANSACTIONS ONLY: ter Invite and you Children's to their Post Fashion Eas- Now Jim Williams, Trained DecoratorIs

Tea Sunday April 2, 1967, at
RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS
the home of Mr. & Mrs. Ed- Available In Plant Days Or
,
CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK CUSTOMERS mond Rollins 1600 N.W. 56th

ONLY Street, from 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 f Free "Shop At Home" Service.
RECEIVING LOAN PAYMENTS P.M. Mrs Marie M. Stewart
president Mrs Anna R. Evenings 0X60301ALEICUSTOMDRAPERIES
Youngblood, Chairman.
FULL BANKING FACILITIES WILL CON-

TINUE TO BE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH 11 YEARS OF RESPONSIBLY I .
FRIDAY FROM 9:30A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. AND BUILDING SERVICE TO
THE COMMUNITY
ON FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M. ,
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IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSWe RANGE. .


sad but loving memoryof of the late Luclle Williams of 1128
the family Mrs.
I CARDS MEMORIALS I DEATHS I II our dear one DAVID PATTERSONJR.who NW 49th Street died recently at

departed this life March the Florida State Hospital.She

rz 11, 1967 acknowledge and appreciate is survived by a niece, M r s.
the kindness and Clara McCray and manyother
MEMORIAMIn of those who Funeral serviceswere
IN thoughtfulness relatives.
CARD OF THANKSThe
I < IN MEMORIAMIn rendered their service to us held on Tuesday, March

family of the lateLEOLAMACKEYPIEZE sad, but loving memory of memory of during our bereavement. 28 In the chapel.

my mother, Special thanks to those for Elsley Rooks of 619 NW 9th

BE TTIE ROSS donations, cards, flowers and St. died March 23. lie is sur-

who passed to the great beyond r food. We wish to thank Rev.A.vived by a wife,Ruth; a daughter -

March 31, 1964. Gallon for his consoling words Geraldine Ellis; a sister,

Her charming ways and smil- I'S .., also to the House of Albert for W. McDonald. Funeral ser-
face is a pleasure to recall. their fine services to the fa- vices were held on Monday,

Ilt ; Her memories are still withus mily. March 27 in the chapel.

.. Mrs. Leona Pittman of 1353
And we miss her more and Mrs. Pauline Patterson,wife NW 69th St.died March 22.She
Deacon BurneyW.Patterson,
more. is survived by four cousins:

Amos L. Ross, son brother Luaa Gardner, Major Hollma,

0. B. Ross, daughterinlawBessie v And Family Sr., Ruby Hall and W. Roberts.

Miles, sister w3y., Her remains were shipped to

Mary Carr, sister Donaldsonville, Ga., on Mon-
Newell Ross, grandson s CARD OF THANKSThe day where burial and final

Derrick Ross, great- MRS CLEO W. DROWN rites will be conducted.Joe .

grandsonThe who departed thin life on Roberts of 120 NW 10th
Bryant, Carr and Ross MRS (JERTIIUD17 DAVIS April 1. 1961. family MOSES of BRATTON the late St. died March 23. He is sur-

Families who to the GieatIkyond 'Your life is a beautiful vived by a brother, Malrle; a
passed Your absence, G rat e f u 1 y acknowledge the
wish to express their sincere CARD OF THANKSThe ( ,March 28, 12. silent memory.grief. Sleep on in peace.a kindness shown to them during sister, Mrs. Evelyn Smith; 3
thanks and appreciation to all lone but not forgotten.The their hour of bereavement. nieces, Susie Roberts,Matilda

persons who were so very kind family of the late 1\imily Covlngton, The Family Special thanks to Rev. Mc- Nelson and Rachel BoIs. Funeral -
MIN Mary
: services will be held on
and thoughtful in during -
any way daughterMis Crariey, our faithful neighborsand
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March
our recent bereavement. Ruby Jones Range Funeral Home for Friday, 330pm.
Your prayers, deeds of kind- daughter IN MEMORIAMIn services rendered. in the chapel.

ness, floral contributions, .June, Jake and God bless you all. Albert Butler, of 1034 NW 50
telegrams, cards, and comforting Mack Davis, sons sad, but loving memory of St. died March 25. His survi-

words meant so muchin Mis Margie daughter-in-law Davis our dear mother, Mrs. Jessie Bratton and vors include his mother,Mrs.

helping us bear our burden. Tom Covington, Family Ethel Howell, stepfather, Mr.

Special thanks are extendedto son-in-law Rufus Howell, an aunt, Mrs.
Father Dear, the Church of Hcnnie Tones, Jr., ---- Lillie Young, and several cousins -

the Incarnation, Father David *,on-in..law CARD OF THANKSThe including Mrs. Lillie
,Brooks of St. Michael and AU And Gumdchlldren Young and Mr. and Mrs. Robert

the Angels, Tallahassee Fla., r t Parrish. Funeralser-
the faculty and staff of Florida family of the late vices will be held Saturday,
A&M University, Alpha Upsi- CARD OF THANKSWe ARBIE NICKERSONtake April 1,1 p.m. at New Mace-

lon Zeta Chapter, Zeta Phi Beta this method in thankingyou donia Baptist Church, Rev.
Sorority, Tallahassee, Fla.,' the family of the late for your kindness shown Roscoe Jackson, officiating.

Beta Tau Zeta chapter, Zeta II1iiy MRS. ROSA A. CHAPMAN } during their hours of bereave- David Fisher of 1622-1/2NW

Phi Beta Sorority, Miami, HUTCHINSONwho ment. Thanking the membersof 1st Ave. died March 27th. His

Fla., Father Elisha Clarke, the House of God the Pillow wife, Mrs. Louise Fisher, a

Rev. Aaron D. Hall, St.Paul's CLARENCE MILLER LAMBof departed this life Feb. 6, the Ground of the Truth, Lillie brother, Left; and severalnep-

AME Church, McKees Port, 20730 NW 34th Ave., Carol 1967 in Key West, Fla.Also an C. Evans faculty schoolPTA, hews are among his survivors.He .
Pa., BishopW.R.Wolkes,Third City, wish to thae this oppor- neighbors and friends for the was a member of St. John

Episcopal District,Cleveland, tunity to express sincere uncle.MR. beautiful floral pieces, food, Institutional Baptist Church.
Ohio Rev. William Hopsonthe STEVE CHAPMANwho cards and other contributions.
thanks and appreciation to the Final rites will be conductedin

neighbors of NW 51st Terr., many relatives and friends for passed on Feb. 26, 1967, MRS. ELIZABETH HOUSTONwho Memphis Tenn.FRANCIS .
N.W. 157th St., N.W. 70th St., cards, telegrams floral pie-
,
also in Key West, wishes to passed away March 23,
and NW 71st Street the North
ces and other acts kindness CARD OF THANKS
sincere thanks and
express 1964. It seems as if she is Just
Dade and student ,. .
faculty body
,
during our bereavement. Spe- ";, ,
Emerald chapter No. 69 appreciation the many'relatives awaf but she is gone, but not 1 j Of' '.
cial thanks to Rev. Griffin, and friends in and out forgotten.The The family of the late James Henry Ware of 1126
O.E.S.. Atlas Temple Pride of
Ushers' Board No. 1 ShilohBaptist : of the states for cards, telegrams Children. NW 5th Ave. died March 27.
Miami Council Love and Charity Church neighbors of MATILDA JANE JOHNSON
,
condolences,letters of Services will be held on Tues-
,Deborah Circle TheEpis- 68th Street, boys at Shaddies, sympathy, floral pieces, visits -- day, April 4 at 2 p.m. in the
copal Churchwomenofthechurches with grateful
Range Funeral Home Winn- acknowledges
and many acts of kindness. IN MEMORIAMIn chapel. Remains will reposein
of Transfiguration and appreciation kind expressions -
Dixie Warehouse, Jolly 12 Special thanks to the St.James your the chapel beginning 1 p.m.
Incarnation, NurseSusanHar Club, Stamey House Employees of sympathy.
Missionary choir and alsoRev. on Monday until funeral time
ris, Dr. W. A. Henry and the Sisters Marion English, L. Milerson of ZionPrimitive memory of the late Tuesday afternoon. Survivors

staff of Mt.Sinai Hospital.May Claudia Bryant and Majorie Baptist Church, the Whyms include his wife, Frances;one

God bless each of you Mann and neighbors of Carol Florist, the neighbors of Chap- ALBERT. ., daughter, Frances; two bro-

Mrs. Vera E. Smith City. man Lane, and to Nurse Jones thers, Tom and Bob; one sis-

And Family Cora Lamb, wife ,and to the Key West Undertaking Stanley Hayes, 2030 NW 68th ter, Mrs. Lula Sullen; four

Clarence Jr., Bernetta, Lin- Co. and its entire staff,and Street died March 21.Services grandchildren.

CARD OF THANKSFrom da, children friends for their cars. Again, were conducted Monday morn- Mrs. Elizabeth Scott of 352-A
Mrs. Leanner Lamb, mother thanks. Our loss is but ing from Miracle Temple
I great, NW 14th St. Apt. 8 died March
Mrs. Harriett Adams, Church. Among his survivorsare
heaven's is God
the family of the late gain greater. 17. Funeral services were
motherinlawAnd bless you all. parents, Mr. andMrs.Althea held Tuesday, March 28 at 2
the entire Lamb FamilyIN J. Hayes, two brothers, p.m. in the chapel. Survivors

Mrs. Anita Foster Rolle Ronald and Cassius. include two daughters: Rosa

MEMORIAMIn And entire Davis and Barbara Jean Miler -
family Walter Wormley 4720 NW 10
..., ; one sister; one brother;
loving memory of our dear Ave., died March 21.Remainswere two grandchildren; mother;
sister sent to the Hunt's Fune- aunts.
IN MEMORIAMIn
ral Home In Asbury Park,New
for final rites and burial -
Jersey
j sad, but loving memory of RICHARDSON. .
on Thursday morning.Mrs. .

r Clarence Jenkins of 6201 NW
Carrie Granville, 1736
1
17th Avenue died March 24.
NW 5th Ave. died March 20.
..... The remains will lie in repose
'" -- Services were conducted on
CHARLES RICHARDSON, SR. Tuesday afternoon from the from Wednesday 3 p.m. until
M time of removal to
who departed this life March Liberty City Chapel. Among Thursday
a.J Walterboro South Carolina.Mr. .
19, 1965. .,. her survivors are three brothers ,
Jenkins is survived his
_., r You cannot say, you must not Clarence Holly, Willie wife, Pauline; two daughters by ,
Mount sister-in-law Mrs.
a
ALrnED'FARmNG'rowho say, ,
MR. Daisy Gourdine and Vivian
That he is dead. He is Just Lillian Holly.
departed this life Feb.12, Taylor; tqo sons,Clarence Jr.
1967 at Jackson MemorialHos"pltal. away. and Walter; one brother, Ed-
Funeral"services were With a cheery smile and a wave Johnnie Zackery, 2136 Lin- mond.
MRS. BULAH SCOTT of the hand,he has wonderedinto coln Ave.,Opa-lockadiedMar.
held at Spiritual Baptist Mrs. Classie Floyd residingat
who departed this life March an unknown land. 21. Services were conducted
Church of Perrine Fla., Rev. 1240 NW 59th St. died Mar.
31, 1956. And left us dreaming how very Tuesday from the Triumph
Rutherford 28. Funeral
Adam officiating 1 arrangements are
We loved her but God loved fairIt Church in Opa-locka. Among
Francis Funeral Home direc- incomplete. Survivors include
her best. must be since he lin- his survivors
needs are one son,one
ting. We are. gratefuj} to our Mrs. Elaine Watson of Miami,
many friendS' and neighborsfor Mrs. Mamie Warren ----- gers there daughter,three sistersMmes. two sons: Walter Land of Chi-
So think of his fading on as Emma K. Mann Sadie High-
their cards telegramslnd. : Mrs. Maude Jackson MRS. DORIS MANN cao, Clarence of Miami; two
dear't ,tower West Palm Beach Em-
,
flowers and jother expressions sisters, Jessie Mae Washington -
Think of him still the same L. Hunter of Atlanta Ga.
as ma ,
of kindness during our be- who departed this life Marc and Elizabeth Washington;
reavement. CARD OF THANKSThe 30, 1966. and say, one brother, William Zackeryof two brothers and son-in-law
,
He Is not dead,he is Just away. West Palm Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Softly, softly oh how fair Maxwell Dotson.

Farrington, mother father family of the late Thou has passed from earthl]' Pearline Richardson, wife
MRS. MARGARET F. care
Mrs. Viola Darling Mrs. Charles Richardson
SWEEDENBERGof God himself the soul will
Keels and keel)
George Alfred Richardson
Mrs. Carolyn Dawkins, 15800 NW 18th Place, Opa- Giving his beloved sleep. L/Cpl. ,

sistersMr. locka, who departed this life Francina sons Hill LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY

'Farrington March 8, 1967, are grateful to
Algeneal ,
Marshall Marie
Alice mother Rose SymonetteEdna
,
their friends and neigh-
FarringtonMr.r many
Mr. Joseph! .
Jr. bors for all deeds of kindness Pauline, Gail and Willie Rolle 3001 N W 46th Street N E 4-4197
Jeremiah Farrington; Janet Helen Jacquelyn and
rendered during her illness James, children r
Mr. Melvin Farrington, Violet Allen, sister Shirley Richardson,
and their bereavement.Mrs. .
E. JOHNSON;
brothers Lillie Williams, sister daughters Moneys OX 1-9199

Four sisters-in-law, three Thomas and Earl Marshall, Mrs. Ester Hepburn, sister,
Albertha
.
brothers-in-law, and a bostof Steward Sweedenberg brothers Key West, Fla. . ,- c ,
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The Black Hills Passion Play Visited By Mt. Zion GroupIn


the heart of Florida's sce- most of us will never forget. age-old story, approximately portrayal of the Man of

nic highlands on the Orange For two and a half hours,one 200 people in colorful and authentic zareth is one of great Na-I

Blossom Trail is found the beautiful scene blended into costumes make the plicity and sincerity. The -

.. home of one of the world's old- another, unfolding the story of streets of ancient Jerusalemcome racterization reaches its climax -

est dramatic presentations. Christ's last seven days on to life. From the touch in the powerful scene depicting FELLOWSHIPBy

TEMPLE BAPTISTEaster There in a natural bowl sur- earth. Camel caravans, she- ing scene at Bethany in which His tragicsuffering

services were quite rounded by orange groves,the pherds with their flocks, Ro- Jesus takes leave of His mother death on the corss. The tri- R. J. McGhaney

Inspiring throughout the day. youth group of Mt. Zion Bap- man guards on prancing white ,throughthe somberbeautyof umphant resurrection,follow
The morning message was delivered tist Church witnessed the retelling horses were all there. As Jesus the Last Supper and the excitement ed by the beautiful tableau of "Peace be unto you; as my

by the Rev. Ernest of a story nearly 2,000 entered the city on his don- of the betrayal and the Ascension with its glorlus Father hath" sent me, even so
John 20:21.
Hutchinson. Present were the years old--an experience that key in this re-enactment of the trial scenes, Josef Meier's burst of colored lights and send I you.
Hallelujah How many of us realize the
the swelling chords of the -
Rev. Dr. R. E. Cooper, pre-
goodness of God? Have you
'
Chorus fittingly con-
sient of the Bahamas Missionary '
j and Educational Conven- i I', : 1.' ":! ""- .: cluded the stirring presentation. ever stopped and given this
,< '. question a thought? If youhaven't
tion who was returning home :.-,//io
one-week : ." <'I just try it for a few
from a preaching From beginning to end, the moments each day and see
mission in Washington,and the ; 'li4i Passion Play presented at what great comfort you re-

Rev. J. R. Smith,pastor of Mt. ." 1 Lake Wales, Fla. was a beau- c e Lye. I am not telling you

Zion, Bimini. tifully staged production in an something just to be saying,
.
The Easter ,
program pre- J,
impressive setting. I have tried doing this and I
sented by the young people at found that the peace of God,

5 p.m. was a treat. Miss Ce- Members of the group attend- through Christ Jesus, passesall
lestine Smith M. C. and
was ing the performance were: understanding. Let us seek

ass is superintendent E. Kirby Forbes, Wallace Reid, this peace at all times, by the
Lord was in charge. The No. Gracie Sidney, Patricia Jack- way of prayer and meditation.So .
and No. 2 choirs and the ,
one son, Fancy Bannister, Charlotte until a later date, If God's
Male chorus were at their /+{ h i McLamore, Barbara Wil- will, thanks, and my prayersfor
very best in their presentationof liams Answar
HaughtonSharon all of you.
a service Easter music at? Reddick, Karen Williams,
p.m.--which climaxed thedays
Larry Bailey, Denise Williams -
activities. Mrs. E. Clark was Yevette Allen,Autherine ST. PAUL AME

M.C. White, Donna Simmons, Fred Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor
First Sunday services will be Philpot, GailWillinghamLibby Mary Amos, reporter
as usual. The Lord's Supper Allen and Jennifer Douglas.

will be administered duringthe There will be a spiritual tea

morning and evening and Adults were: Mrs. Cleomle at the home at Mrs. Florence

the choirs will sing jointly.The Smith. Mrs. L K.Sidney,Mrs. Wiggins,Sunday,April,sponsored -
No. 2 choir, Mrs. Birdie Leila Shipp, Mrs. Veulah by the Willing Workers
Hunter, president, will spon- Johnson Mrs. Delores
Covla club. You are invited to attend
sor a tea at the church Sunday and Miss Euphrates this
MO UNT ZION YOUTH GROUI p Abbitt. affair.
afternoon,'April 9.
Please save all of your old
Miss Claudia and
Hepburn
Eugene Smith worshipped in NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. GREATER BETHEL AME: ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. newspaper to help our junior
choir buy NEW HYMN BOOKS.
NEW MT.
their home church Sunday P. W. Wiggins pastor MORIAH
choir buy new hymn books.
b morning. The former is a student W. E. Sims, pastor Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor Rachel B. Pratt reporter
,
The Rev. J. B. Blacknell and
I at Tuskegee Institute and Mary L. Mayfield, reporterOur The Sunday school presenteda Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
his congregation of Mt. Herman -
the latter is attending the Uni- memorable Easter programon The observance of the Pas Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterl
Ft. Lauderdale w11l
versity of Indiana. They came annual Men's Day will Easter Sunday night. As a tor's Second Anniversary will l wor-
to spend the Easter holidays. be observed Sunday, April 30. reward the children enjoyed an continue with Rev. A.M.Griffin Our monthly conference to*' ship with us April 30 at 3 p.m.
The men are selling pies and Plan now to attend this ser-
exciting Easter Monday at and congregation of New t night (Thurs.) at 8 p.m. All vice.
r barbecue every Saturday at the Tropical Paradise. -" 'members are asked to pleasebe
Shiloh '
Baptist Church rendering
GRACE church. To our sick and shut-ins.We
Lily White Lodge No. 129 will services present.
PRESBYTERIANRev. The Willing Workers will celebrate meet at Greater Bethel AME March 30 at 8 p.m.on A Thursday musicaland ,t Apr11isa very busy month for are praying for your speedy
and will
I its anniversary, Fri- Church on Monday, April 3 at the women of the church, with recovery soon see
F. pastor literary is scheduled
W. Savoy, program faces in
your our services.
day night April 14.
8 Mrs. the help of the
p.m. Margaret Careyis for Friday, March 31 at[ men, we will
The ,Pastor's Aid Union will
Wonderful services were en- president. 8 p.m. Participants will L l have our Women's Day the
Joyed during the holy week convene at First Baptist, it's happy birthday to Mrs. be members andfrlends oft An- fourth Sunday and our Ca- FIRST BAPTIST OF
Church of Opa-locka on April Christine Davis.greaternew lendar Tea on the third Sun
season. Beginning with the i o c h. The anniversary will t l BROWNSVILLE
16th. Our pastor will be in
macedoniaRev. day at the Liberty Square Cen-
Maundy Thursdayserviceand close Sunday, April 2 at 3 p.rn.
charge of the services.All ter from 4 to 6 A Rev. W. M. Davis
following through with the with Rev.W.M.Davis and congregation p.m. great pastor
Good Friday observance and members who are plan- Roscoe Jackson, pastor of First Baptist program has been planned for Mrs.Donella Turner, reporter
ning to attend the state con- Sis. Aurora Beard, reporter your enjoyment on these two
the Easter dawn service, we Church of Brownsville rendering
continued our devotional joy vention at Orlando, Fla. are services. The pastor wonderful occasions.I The pastor and family would

with an outstanding Easter urged to please give their Choir No. 2 will begin cele- will enjoy your fellowship on I are asking your prayers like to express theirthanks and
names to Sister Mary May- brating its anniversary begin- bereavedfamUyof DeaconEarl appreciation to
morning celebration and a me- his anniversary. It will tell l each and
morable Sunday evening program field or Sister Susie Wallace. ning Thursday night of next him to go ahead, and it will I! Golden, who was the pianist for everyone that took partinhelp-

by the Sunday School.On There will be a dinner sale week, April 6 and concludesthe make him feel like pressing onto : our Male Chorus, our pastor, ing to make their anniversarya
at the home of Bro. and Sis. second Sunday in next his mother other sick shut- happy and
successful
Monday the children were the mark of a high calling in,I one.
entertained with an Easter Egg Johnnie Person, Saturday, month. Christ Jesus. ins, and those in the Armed Special thanks to the different

hunt and varied games and re- April 1. Phone 634-4072 or On Thursday night,there will The Third Annual State Twill L Services. Visitors are always churches that participated in

freshments.This stop by 1090 NW 39th Street. be preaching; Friday night, be presented by the ladiesof : welcome. the anniversary. To the ladies

Sunday is Communion The Deaconess Board will musical program and Sunday, Antioch on April 9th at 3:30 !-- who worked so very hard in the
have
Sunday, and we hope to see our Men's a Day.Please program. in behalf of 3 p.m. There will also be a p.m. All captains are urged to dining room. May God bless

members andf rlends celebrating musical program. So come on report fifteen doo NEW PROVIDENCE M. B'each and everyone of you.
remember toprayfor out you're in for a real treat. Baptism will be
the sacrament this Sun- our sick and shut-ins. They report fifteen dollars or more. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor held Thurs-
We to day night,March 30. The
day. are happy announce Ernest pas-
Murray reporterOur
are: Bro.Robert Roberts Sis ,
tor is
the wedding of Mr. Jackie Fa- asking all candidates to
ter Cora pastor officers andmanyof
Allen, and Sister be
niel and Miss Jacquelin Wil- Mary Lou Glbbs.KELLY'S JORDAN GROVERev. the members will attend the present.
liams at 3 p.m. this Sunday. state Baptist convention to beheld Friday night,March 31, there

The United Presbyterian women C. H. Smith, pastor with the Mt. Zion Missionary will be a special business
Eddio L. Gilbert MT. ZION AMEOpalocks meeting. The entire
are sponsoring a "Stayat reporterThe Baptist Institutional membership -

Home Tea" at 5 p.m. EIder ( ) Church, April 4 thru 9. eon is asked to be present and
J. D. Fanlel will Rev. Vane Eubanks will time at 7:30.
preachfor
Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor address of the church is Wash
the evening devotions at CHAPELRev. be preaching at the church on ington Street, Orlando,' Fla. We hope that our sick and

7:30 p.m.Remember. Tuesday night, April 4, spon- Our sunrise service was wet 1 The Lord'sSupperwillbeob-shut-ins will have a speedy recovery -

you find a warm L. L. Dean, pastor sored by Sis. Gilbert and Sis. attended. After the short message served during the Sunday eve and soon be able to return -

welcome at Grace. Retha J. McKenzie, reporterWe McLeod. communion was served d Ding worship. to church.

The public is invited.In and then the service was turned Our concentration hour is

wish to thank wll visitors case you do not have a into an old fashioned Love- held each Sunday morning at ST. Jon: AME

BAHA' IS OF MIAMI who chose our church to wor place to worship, we will be Feast. One member joined 5 a.m. Come by and increase

ship in on Easter Sunday, andto glad to have you. There was over 150 in the Sunday your spiritual strength. Rev. W. A. Curry,Pastor
I Members of the Miami Ba- say to them that they are always Upon recovery from sick- Schoolallages andas pretty Sis. C. Willis, reporterThe
ha'I Assembly will attend an welcome. The doors of ness, keep the faith as Job did. as Easter eggs.

institute, to be held at the Holiday our church are always openand By 11 a.m., there was justnc I BAPTIST Presiding Elder, Dr. F.
I I Inn in Hollywood on Sunday we wish that you all will --- room in the inn, the auditorium DAY SPRING A. Allen delivered the Easter

April 2. Among those who feel free to visit at any time. ST. MARY'S W.M. annex and the courtyeardwere I sermon. The youth took chargeof
will attend are Mrs.Marjorie There will be a Baby Contest overflowing. Over 500)I Rev. W. M. Slater,pastor the Sunday evening worship.

Bach, chairman; Miss Olive featuring infants up to five 4798 NW 8th Avenue persons communed at thecom- The Easter Egg hunt was held
Alexander, vicechairman, years of age at the church on Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor bind services.The Rev. W. L. Snead of Pleasant on Monday afternoon.

Miss Ida Solomon, secretary; Sunday night, April 9, at 7. Dorothy Thompson reporterThe Sunday school superintendent Grove Missionary Baptist On Friday night, Love Feast.
Mr. George Savitt, treasurer, Contestants are Rose Carr, Mrs. Evelena Glenn, Church, St. Petersburg, Fla., Choir No. 1, Ushers Board

and Mrs.Annie Jones and Mrs. Rhonda Finnic, Frederick men of the church will and the other youth directorspresented was the guest speaker all week No. 1 and Stewardess Board

Florence Sarmento, membersof Kenzle, Misty Rolberts, Linda resume their sale a very fine programand ; for our Women and Men's Day. No. 1 will serve on the first

the local Spiritual Assem TysonCynthiaWilsonLanitrYoung a April 1. Please come, Saturday out and, wer overjoyed to have so Men's Day is the third Sunday Sunday.

bly. Baby Herring. This ac- support them in their goal for many of the fine parents out to in August and Women's Day is There Is a-contest between

The Institute, one of approximately tivity is to benefit the organ Men's Day. All members see their children and our in I the fourth Sunday in May. Mrs. Florida, Mrs. Georgia
.' 100 throughout the fund and Is being sponsored by asked not to forget to contact are action. There will be a talent tea at and Mr. South Carolina.Which

countryts-tob based on Tablets the Woman's Society of Christ- We look forward to Sunday, the church, 3092 NW 62nd St., state will be the greatest
your captain with Men'sday ?
your
to the kings and religious Ian Service, Mrs. LemmltMltchel assessment. If you do not April 1st and its spiritual 1-: sponsored by the Home Missionary There is a lot of work to be

leaders of the world In 1867 is president. You are know who your captain is ness. Society, Saturday, done In God's house.Come and
ciDaha'l the welcome to attend you We maintain U want to April 1, 8 p.m. Donation is do
by Baha'uTlah, Founder this activi may report to your class lead you I your part. Remember the
Faith. :ty. ere work, come to busy Mt. Zion. $1.00. sick In your prayers.1A .






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I Baptist Women Meet at St. JohnThe ZION HOPE


Rev. P. Freeman, pastorE.
March meeting of the Association were all heard visit and become a member Jackson
reporter
Baptist Women's Council was from. Mrs.I. C.MickinsFirstvice and to offer suggestions and to

held at St. John's Baptist president stated that offices take an active part in all dis- There will be
a program on
Church. Mrs. Marjorie Per- of distinction meant ano- cussions. The president stated
Tuesday night April 4 fea-
,
kins, second vice-president, ther opportunity for these ladies that the difference in mission
.. turing the Freeman
Melody
who has been ill, was present. to be of greater services. work and church work .'we
Airs, and the Davis Sisters
The opening song "Leaningonthe Mrs. Florence Davisfinancial must set out to save the world
and Brothers. All of those who
Everlasting Arms" was secretary gave a state- and let us be a part to go or
miss this will really
dedicated to her. Mrs. Julia ment of all monies on hand anda tosend." program
miss treat.
a
Carr Drakeofferedprayerandthe motion prevailed that a check In the absence of the treasurer -
The No. 1 choir wish to thank
group went into a Biblical for $25 be sent to the State i and the hostess who were a ,,y
each and for their loyal
discussion, after which the ladies Convention as an enrollment: at St. Luke's Baptist Church, everyone -
who were elected to various the amount of money raised support in their anniver- .._
fee.Mrs. ----- ------
offices in their various Josephine Love sary for it was a wonderful
of Mt. was received by Mrs.Ella Ba-
associations Tabor success. Pictured above is a scene from the Easter Sunrise
were
presented: Baptist Church received ker. Money paid in for Mrs.
We are saying to all our visiting service held the
Mrs. Rosalie at Sweeting's Estate Easter
Sharpe, presi- a great welcome and 1 Rachel Pratt of Antioch Baptist Sunday
dent of the Young Women's Division stated that the Council will be Church, Rev. W. P. Wig- friends to please feel welcome morning, where nearly 500 people were in attendance..
and Mrs. Mary Fran- seeing much of her and that: gins, pastor, Mrs. Bobbie to worship with us any- The morning message was brought by Rev. /I. W.
ces White who waselectedfirstvice she will do all in her power to i Coleman, and Rev. Thedford time. Mizell//, then the congregation was addressed and blessed -
president of the Seaboard promote the cause of missions Johnson, pastor. Don't forget to pray for the by Dr. H. Sweeting. After the spiritual feast there
sick and
Association.Miss Marie White 5 t and education. The ladies made plans to at- shutins. was the usual feast consisting of a wholesome break. .f.,
Please to church and
recently appointed to the executive It was motioned that the next: tend the State Convention have come faith lifted. fast for.all who attended. This day will be long remem
board of the Migr an'meeting be held with Mt. Oli- in Orlando, and expressedtheir your bered by all. Photo by Mizell.
Ministry of Florida, and als Ovette Baptist Church of which willingness to serve and
recently appointed for the fift!hRev. I. C. Mlckins is pastor, to give of their means and time
time as dean of the Florida and all of the women of the to promote the preaching of the Nathan Young Observes Color Day I
East Coast Baptist Women's Baptist faith are requested to i gospel around the world.

In a most Imprissive cere- part and the students Joined in co-workers return to observe
'
mony during the observance the chorus. Treva Johnson Color Day with us. The tea-
RECORD EASTER Young Family gave tribute to protrayed Mrs. Mackey while chers who returned for the
Rev. Graham
THRONG ATTEND To Get the Late Dr. Nathan Young for Jeffery Starkey protrayed a occasion were: Mrs. Shirley
whom our school was named. person in need of help. Manns, Mrs. Ann Thomas,
LOCAL MUHAMMAD'S Testimonial DinnerA Sharon Bridgewater, sixth At the conclusion of the second Mrs. Ann Thomas, Mrs,
MOSQUE No. 29 grade student, served as Mis- grade group's tribute to Pauline Sutton, Mrs. Mary
tress of Ceremony. Johnny Mrs. Mackey, on behalf of,the Jenkins, Mrs. Frances Scott,
A record crowd attendedMu- testimonial dinner hono- Walker, a sixth grade student, faculty, little Jeffery Starkey Mr. Earl Daniels and Mr.Anthony -
hammad's Mosque No. 29 to>, ;ring his many years of service N gave the occasion and Barbara presented Mrs.Mackey twelve Simons. We are most
hear fiery Minister Troy Bey i to the south Florida community Phillips, a fifth grade student beautiful red roses. The faculty grateful to the principals for

give the life-giving teachingsof i will be held for the Rev. 1 gave the History of Our School. along with our former releasing the above teachers, .....'
the Honorable Elijah Mu- :Edward T. Graham on April Beginning with the first grade co-workers gathered around to Join us for our Color Day
hammad in a dynamic mes 29th at the Deauville Hotel. group protraying the life of the Mrs. Mackey and and sang, festivities. We are also
sage "The Truth About Eas- late Dr. Nathan Young, other "Let Me Call You Sweet- grateful to them for coming
ter" ..A throng of sightseersand Rev. Graham is the pastor of selections chosen for the occasion heart." It was a suprise for and being attired In our School
visitors to the city visitedthe I the Mt. Zion Baptist Church, were two creative our beloved principal and left: Colors.
Mosque for the first time. :former president of the I,', dances, a choral reading, The her absolutely speechless but
A banquet in honor of Broad- NAACP and is chairman of t.\.," 1 I Orgin of our School Song and elated over the event.Ww also Our sincere thanks to our
way singing star, Lonnie Sat- the Board of Directors of : protrayal of our first pinned our lovely Secretary, parents who were present,our
tin(currently appearing at MI- Florida Memorial College. 'i'l/ P.T.A. Meeting.As Mrs. Rutha Maw Mobley with former co-workers, the part-
ami Beach) was held in the :Heading the committee arran- Ij ". a tribute to Mrs.Mackey, corsage or white Carnation.The icipants, and the Color Day
Oriental decorated Mosque ging the dinner is chairman r -L. :"- -- the second grade group dedi- following students were Anniversary a memorable, an
dining room amidst an arrayof i State Senator Robert Haver- REV. EDWARD T. GRAHAMthat cated an original song writtenby crowned as Queens and Kings enjoyable and a successful
oursta :field. In addition to many com- the theme of the testimo- Mrs.Ozora Shell and adapted for Color Day by Mrs.Mackey.
of outstanding chapeaux, munity leaders sponsorship nial dinner will be the further- to the tune of "Trees." Primary Department Queen one.Mrs.
modes and coiffeurs from the the dinner will be by the minis- ance of good will in the com- They also revised and dedicated Primary DepartmentQueen- Josephine D. Mackey,
Easter paraders. terial Alliance of Miami. munity as exemplified by the another song entitled, "IfI Terry Solomon King John- Principal, Mrs. Hazel W.
The committee announced life's work of Rev. Graham. Can Help Somebody." Mrs., ny Walker.We Matthews, Reporter, Mrs
C. Leverity and Mrs. O.Shell were indeed delighted and Cladys Coachman, Chairman
MT. CARMELRev. ---- alternated singing the sold greateful to have our former Color Day Committee.

D. A. Bradley, pastorSis. Spring Term At Miami
Louise McGriff, reporterWe
had a great service on SAMPSON'S MARKET
Easter Sunday morning. Our Dade Begins April 3

church was filled.

Sunday will be the first Sun- Spring Term Continuing Ed- ally Theater, languages, and 1466 NW 62 ST.
day in April, come and visit: ucation classes at Miami- Psychology.Like .
with us, and come to our com- Dade Junior College North begins to cook? There will bea
munion service on Sunday the week of April 3. course in Gourmet Cooking. Free Delivery 696511JOi
night. Registrations are now being In the business area, courses
Remember the sick and shut- accepted at Scott Hall for the include accounting, typing,
ins and those who have lost 10-week non-credit courses. shorthand, and legal and medical -
some of their loved ones, and I The registration desk is open secretarial practice.For .
don't forget the boys in Viet- dally until 8 p.m. Monday thru the building trades, a
nam. Thursday. course in Building Construction ttY5 GR
You are also invited attenda and Estimating is offered. UND
fashion show on the second Among the more than 100 For most courses, the fee is i
Sunday in April. Visitors are courses which are being sche- $10. For information, phone: .
always welcome. duled are Art,Music,Commu- 685-4521. 1 BEEF

MT. CALVARY M.B. 3 plG.. $ 49

SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE (8.

Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastor
Cynthia Johnsor., reporterThe
When your septic tank drain begin to give you

No. 2 Choir will cele- trouble, don't fut or curse, call us. Chapman or
brate their 29th anniversaryon Washington NW section Call HE 5.9089 CHITTERLINGS 10 $1.99

the second
Sunday, April 9.
Their celebration will
beginon
24 HOUR SERVICE
Friday night with various
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The Black Hills Passion Play Visited By Mt. Zion GroupIn


I't the heart of Florida's sce- most of us will never forget. age-old story, approximately portrayal of the Man of Na-

nic highlands on the Orange For two and a half hours,one 200 people in colorful and authentic zareth Is one of great sim-
Blossom Trail Is found the beautiful scene blended into costumes make the plicity and sincerity. The characterization *

home of one of the world's old- another, unfolding the story ofChrist's streets of ancient Jerusalem reaches its cli-
est dramatic presentations.There last seven days on come to life. From the touch- max in the powerful scene depicting FELLOWSHIPBy

TEMPLE BAPTIST in a natural bowl sur- earth. Camel caravans, she- Ing scene at Bethany in which His tragicsufferingand R. J. McGhaney
Easter services were quite rounded by orange groves,the pherds with their flocks, Roman Jesus takes leave of His mother death on the corss. The tri-

Inspiring throughout the day. youth group of Mt. Zion Bap- guards on prancing white throughthe somberbeauty umphant resurrection,followed "Peace be unto you; as my
The morning message was delivered tist Church witnessed the retelling horses were all there. As Jesus of the Last Supper and the excitement by the beautiful tableau of hath sent
Father me, even so
of entered the his don- of the betrayal and the Ascension with its glorius
by the Rev. Ernest a story nearly 2,000 city on send I John 20:21.
that In this re-enactment of the trial Josef Meier's burst of colored lights and you.
Hutchinson. Present were the years old.-an experience key scenes, How many of us realize the
Hallelujah
the swelling chords of the -
Rev. Dr. R. E. Cooper, pre- goodness of God? Have you
sient of the Bahamas Missionary ,. Chorus fittingly con- this
and given
ever stopped
-. and Educational Conven- :; ;, '. .,.' I, ." ; {h. : cluded the stirring presentation. question a thought? If you
tion who was returning home r l .
l \' haven't, just try it for a few
from a one-week preaching : ':, From beginning to end, the moments each day and see

mission in Washington,and the $. ;'. Passion Play presented at what great c o m f o r t you re-

Rev. J. R. Smith,pastor of Mt. ,J I Lake Wales, Fla. was a beau- ceive. I am not telling you.

Zion The, Easter Bimini. w 1 tifully staged production in an something just to be saying it,
program pre- rap impressive setting. I have tried doing this and I
sented by the young people at found that the peace of God,

5 p.m. was a treat. Miss Ce- 1 Members of the group attend- through Christ Jesus, passesall
lestine Smith was M. C. and ing the performance were: understanding. Let us seek

ass istantsuperintendent E. S'\ Kirby Forbes, Wallace Reid, this peace at all times, by the
Lord was in charge. The No. \ Gracie Sidney, Patricia Jack- way of prayer and meditation.So .
and No. 2 choirs and the
one
son, Fancy Bannister, Char- until a later date, If God's
Male chorus were at their lotte McLamore, Barbara Williams will, thanks, and my prayersfor
best in
very presentation y Answar Haughton,Sha- all of you.
of a service Easter music at 7 ron Reddick, Karen Williams,

p.m.--wbich climaxed thedays Larry Bailey, Denise Williams -
activities. Mrs. E. Clark was Yevette Allen,Autherine ST. PAUL AME

L M.C. White, Donna Simmons, Fred Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor
First Sunday services will be Philpot, Gall l1ngbam,Lib- Mary Amos, reporter
as usual. The Lord's Supper by Allen and Jennifer Douglas.

will be administered duringthe There will be a spiritual tea

morning and evening and Adults were: Mrs. Cleomie at the home of Mrs. Florence

the choirs will sing jointly. Smith. Mrs. I. K.Sidney,Mrs. Wiggins,Sunday,April 7spon-
The No. 2 choir, Mrs. Birdie Lelia sored the
Shipp, Mrs. Veulah by Willing Workers
Hunter, president, will spon- Johnson, Mrs. Delores Covin club. You are Invited to attend
sor a tea at the churchSunday and Miss
Euphrates Abbitt. this affair.
MOUNT ZION YOUTH GROUP
afternoon,'April 9.
Please save all of your old
Miss Claudia Hepburn and
Eugene Smith worshipped in NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev. GREATER BETHEL AME: ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. newspaper choir buy NEW to help HYMN our BOOKS junior
NEW MT. MORIAH
their home church Sunday P. W. Wiggins, pastorRachel
choir buy new hymn books.
morning. The former isastu- W. E. Sims, pastor Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor B. Pratt reporter
The Rev. J. B. Blacknell and
dent at Tuskegee Institute and Mary L. Mayfield, reporterOur The Sunday school presenteda Rev. A. L. Shipp, pastor
his congregation of Mt. Herman -
the latter is attending the Uni- memorable Easter programon The observance of the Pas, Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporter
Ft. Lauderdalewill wor-
versity of Indiana. They came annual Men's Day will Easter Sunday night. As a tor's Second Anniversary will ,
ship with us April 30 at 3p.m.
to spend the Easter holidays. be observed Sunday, April 30. reward the children enjoyed an continue with Rev. A.M.Griffin : Our monthly conference tonight Plan now to attend this service -
The men are selling pies and exciting Easter Monday at and congregation of New (Thurs.) at 8 p.m. All .
barbecue every Saturday at the Tropical Paradise. members are asked to pleasebe
GRACE church. Shiloh Baptist Church render To our sick and shut-ins.We
Lily White Lodge No. 129 will ing services on Thursday present.
are praying for your speedy
PRESBYTERIANRev. I The Willing Workers will celebrate meet at Greater Bethel AME Aprilisaverybusymonthfor
March 30 at 8 p.m. A musical recovery and will soon see
Its anniversary, Fri- Church on Monday, April 3 at : the women of the church, with
W. F. Savoy, pastor and literary program is scheduled your faces In our services.
day night, April 14. 8 p.m. Mrs. Margaret Careyis for Friday, March 31 at t the help of the men, we will
The Pastor's Aid Union will president. have our Women's Day the
Wonderful services were enjoyed 8 p.m. Participants will I
during the holy week convene at First Baptist It's happy birthday to Mrs. be members friends of An- fourth Sunday and our Calendar FIRST BAPTIST OF

season. Beginning with the Church of Opa-locka on April Christine Davis.greaternew tioch. The anniversary will Tea on the third Sun- BROWNSVILLERev.
16th. Our pastor will be In macedoniaRev. day at toe Liberty Square Center
-
Maundy Thursday service,and close Sunday, April 2 at 3 p.m.
following through with the charge of the services.All with Rev.W.M.Davis and cong from 4 to 6 p.m. A great W. M. Davis, pastor
Good Friday observance and members who are plan- Roscoe Jackson, pastorSis. rogation of First Baptist program has been planned for Mrs.Donella Turner, reporter

the Easter dawn service, we ning to attend the state con- Aurora Beard, reporter Church of Brownsville rendering your enjoyment on these two
continued our devotional joy vention at Orlando, Fla. are services. The pastor wonderful occasions. The pastor and family would

with an outstanding Easter urged to please give their Choir No. 2 will begin cele- will enjoy your fellowship on We are asking your prayers like to express thelrthanks and

morning celebration and a memorable names to Sister Mary May- brating its anniversary begin his anniversary. It will tell bereaved famlly of DeaconEarl appreciation to each and

Sunday< evening program field or Sister Susie Wallace. ning Thursday night of next him to go ahead, and it will L Colden, who was the pianist for everyone that took partinhelpIng -
by the Sunday School.On There will be a dinner sale week, April 6 and concludesthe make him feell1kepresslngonto our Male Chorus, our pastor, to make their anniversarya

Monday the children we re at the home of Bro. and Sis. second Sunday in next the mark of a high calling in his mother, other sick, shut- happy and successful one.
entertained with an aster Egg Johnnie Person, Saturday, month. Christ Jesus. Ins, and those in the Armed Special thanks to the different

...' hunt and varied games and re- April 1. Phone 634-4072 or On Thursday night,there will The Third Annual State Tea Services. Visitors are always churches that participated In

freshments.This stop by 1090 NW 39th Street. be preaching; Friday night, will be presented by the ladiesof welcome. the anniversary. To the ladies

Sunday is Communion The Deaconess Board will musical program and Sunday, Antioch on April 9th at 3:30 ---- who worked so very hard in the
have a program in behalf ofMen's 3 p.m. There will also be a dining room. May God bless
Sunday, and we hope to see our p.m. All captains are urged to
members and friends celebra- Day.Please musical program. So come on report fifteen doo NEW PROVIDENCE M. B.each and everyone of you.

ting the sacrament this Sun- sick remember toprayforour out, you're in for a real treat. report fifteen dollars or more. Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor Baptism will be held Thurs-
and shut-Ins.
They day night March
30. The
We pas-
day. are happy announcethe Ernest
are: Bro.Robert Roberts,Sis- Murray, reporterOur tor Is asking all candidates to
wedding of Mr. Jackie Fa-
officers
pastor andmanyof
ter Cora Allen, and Sister be
present.
niel and Miss Jacquelin Williams JORDAN GROVERev. the members will attend the
Mary Lou Glbbs.KELLY'S .
at 3 p.m. this Sunday. state Baptist convention to beheld [ Friday night,March 31, there

The United Presbyterian women C. H. Smith, pastor with the Mt. Zion Missionary will be a special business
are sponsoring a "Stayat Eddie L. Gilbert, reporterThe MT. ZION AMECpalacka Baptist Institutional meeting. The entire member-

Home Tea" at 5 p.m. Elder ( ) Church, April 4 thru 9. Th eon'|ship Is asked to be present and
J. D. Faniel will preachfor Rev. Vane Eubanks will Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor address of the church is Wash time at 7:30.
the evening devotions at CHAPELRev. be preaching at the church on ington Street, Orlando, Flwell a We hope that our sick and

7:30 p.m.Remember. Tuesday night, April 4, spon- Our sunrise service was The Lord's Supper will be observed -shut-ins, will have speedy re-
you find a warm L. L. Dean, pastor sored by Sis. Gilbert and Sis. attended. After the short message during the Sunday e ,covery and soon be able to re-
welcome at Grace. Retha J. McKenzie, reporterWe McLeod. communion was served I n1ng worship. turn to church.

The public is invited. and then the service was turned Our concentration hour is

wish to thank wll visitowho i In. you do not have a into an old fashioned Love-. held each Sunday morning at I ST. JOHN: AME
BAHA' IS OF MIAMI chose our church to rsplace to worship, we will be Feast. One member joined L 5 a.m. Come by and increase

ship In on Easter Sunday, andto I glad to have you. There was over 150 in the Sunday your spiritual strength. Rev. W. A. Curry,Pastor
Members of the Miami Ba- say to them that they are always Upon recovery from sick- Schoolallages andas pretty Sis. C. Willis, reporterThe
ha'i Assembly will attend an welcome. The doors of; ness, keep the faith as Job did. as Easter eggs.

Institute, tobe held at the Holiday our church are always openand i By 11 a.m., there was just nc SPRING BAPTIST Presiding Elder, Dr. F.
Inn in Hollywood on Sun- we wish that you all will -- room In the inn, the auditorium : DAY A. Allen delivered the Easter

day, April 2. Among those who feel free to visit at any time. ST. MARY'S W.M. annex and the courtyeard I sermon. The youth took chargeof
will attend are:Mrs.Marjorie There will be a Baby Contest were overflowing. Over 500 I Rev. W. M. Slater,pastor the Sunday evening worship.

Bach, chairman; Miss Olive featuring Infants up to fiveyears i 4798 NW 8th Avenue persons communed at thecom- The Easter Egg hunt was held
Alexander, vicechairman, of age at the church on i Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor bined services. Rev. W. L. Snead of Plea- on Monday afternoon.

Miss Ida Solomon, secretary; Sunday night, April 9, at 7. Dorothy Thompson reporter The Sunday school superintendent sant Grove Missionary Baptist t On Friday night, Love Feast.
Mr. George Savitt, treasurer, Contestants are Rose Carr, Mrs. Evelena Glenn 1, Church, St. Petersburg, Fla., Choir No. 1, Ushers Board
and Mrs..4.nn1eJones and Mrs. Rhonda Finnie, Frederick a 1 The and the other youth directors: was the guest speaker all week No. 1 and Stewardess Board
men of the church will
Kenzie Rolberts Linda presented a fine ; for our Women and M en's Day. No. 1 will
Florence Sarmento, membersof Misty 1 resume their sale very programand [ serve on the first
Saturday, wer overjoyed to have Men's Day is the third Sunday Sunday.
WilsonLanitra so I
the local Spiritual Assem Tyson,Cynthia
April 1. Please come out and
bly. Young, BabyHerring. This activity many of the fine parents out to I in August and Women's Day isa There Is contest between
support them in their goal for
The Institute, one of approximately is to benefit the organ 1 Men's Day. All members see their children and our I the fourth Sunday in May. Mrs. Florida, Mrs. Georgia,
,' 100 throughout the fund and is being sponsored by are action. There will be a talent tea at t and Mr. South Carolina.Which
asked
not to forget to contact
the Woman's of We look forward to the church, 3092 NW 62nd St., state will be
country Is tobe based on Tablets Society Christ with Sunday: the greatest?
your captain Men's
to the kings and religious ian Service, Mrs. L e m m i( day assessment., If your you do not April 1st and Its spiritual full-: sponsored by the Home Missionary There is a lot of work to be

leaders of the world In 1867 Mitchel is president. You are i know who captain is ness. Society, Saturday, done in God's house.Come and
your you April 1 8 Donation
by Baha'u'llah, Founder of the welcome to attend this activi may report to your class lead We maintain, If you want to I $1.00. p.m. Is do your part. Remember the
Baha'i Faith. :ty.. er. work, come to busy Mt. Zion. sick In your prayers.lA .



THE MIAMI TIMES( May, March 3l 1, 1967 15

I Baptist Women Meet at St. JohnThe ZION HOPE t


March meeting of the Rev. P. Freeman, pastorE.
Association were all heard visit and become a member
Baptist Women's Council was from. Mrs.I. C.MickinsFirst and to offer suggestions and to Jackson, reporter i
held at St. John's Baptist vice president stated that offices take an active part in all dis-
Church. Mrs. Marjorie Perkins There will be a program on
.
of distinction meant ano- cussions. The president stated
second vice-president ther Tuesday night, April 4, fea-
opportunity for these ladies that the difference in mission
who has been ill, was present. to be of greater services. work and church work-"'we turing the Freeman Melody
The opening song Leaning Mrs. Florence Davis,financial must set out to save the world Airs, and the Davis Sisters
and Brothers. All of those who
the Everlasting Arms"
was secretary gave a state- and let us be a part to go or
dedicated to her. Mrs. Julia ment of all monies on hand anda tosend." miss this program will really
Carr Drake offeredprayer and motion prevailed that a check In the absence of the treasurer miss a treat.
the group went into a Biblical for $25 be sent to the State and the hostess who were The No. 1 choir wish to thank
discussion, after which the ladies Convention as an enrollment at St. Luke's Baptist Church, each and everyone for their loyal -
who were elected to various fee.Mrs. the amount of money raised support in their anniver- -" """""" :'J__ f.V"
offices in their various Josephine Love of Mt. was received by Mrs.Ella Ba sary for it was a wonderful
associations were presented: Tabor Baptist Church received ker. Money paid in for Mrs. success. Pictured above is a scene from the Easter Sunrise
Mrs. Rosalie Sharpe, presi- a great welcome and Rachel Pratt of Antioch Baptist We are saying to all our visiting service held' at the Sweeting's Estate Easter Sunday
dent of the Young Women's Division stated that the Council will be Church, Rev. W. P. Wiggins friends to please feel wel- morning, where nearly 500 people were in attendance
and Mrs. Mary Fran- seeing much of her and that pastor Mrs. Bobbie come to worship with us any- The morning message was brought by Rev. I. W.
ces White who waselectedfirstvice she will do all in her power to Coleman and Rev. Thedford time. Mizell, then the congregation was addressed and blessed -
president of the Seaboard promote the cause of missionsand Johnson, pastor. Don't forget to pray for the by Dr. H. Sweeting. After the spiritual feast there
Association.Miss Marie White education. The ladies made plans to attend sick and shutins.Please was the usual feast consisting of a wholesome break .t-
recently appointed to the executive It was motioned that the next the State Conventionin come to church and fast for all who attended. This day will be long remem
board of the Migranl t;meeting be held with Mt. OU- Orlando, and expressed have your faith lifted. bered by all. Photo by Mizell
Ministry of Florida, and also,:vette Baptist Church of which their willingness to serve and
recently appointed for the fifth Rev. I. C. Mickins is pastor to give of their means and time
time as dean'of the Florida and all of the women of the to promote the preaching of the Nathan Young Observes Color Daypart I
East Coast Baptist Women's Baptist faith are requested to gospel around the world.

In a most imprissive cere- and the students joined in co-workers return to observe
mony during the observance the chorus. Treva Johnson Color Day with us. The tea-
RECORD EASTER Rev. Graham Young Family gave tribute to protrayed Mrs. Mackey while chers who returned for the
To
THRONG ATTEND Get the Late Dr. Nathan Young for Jeffery Starkey protrayed a occasion were: Mrs. Shirley
whom our school was named. person in need of help. Manes, Mrs. Ann Thomas
LOCAL MUHAMMAD'SMOSQUE Testimonial DinnerA Sharon Bridgewater, sixth At the conclusion of the second Mrs. Ann Thomas Mrs,
No. 29 grade student, served as Mis- grade group's tribute to Pauline Sutton, Mrs. Mary
tress of Ceremony. ohnny Mrs. Mackey on behalf oldie. Jenkins, Mrs. Frances Scott,
A record croW attended Mu testimonial din % Walker a sixth grade student, faculty, little Jeffery Starkey Mr. Earl Daniels and Mr.An-
hammad's Mosque No. 29 to i I ring his many years gave the occasion and Barbara presented Mrs.Mackey twelve thony Simons. We are most
hear fiery Minister Troy Bey' to the south Phillips a fifth grade student beautiful red roses. The faculty grateful to the principals for
give the life-giving teachingsof nity will be held a .N. i gave the History of Our SchooL along with our former releasing the above teachers, ......
the Honorable Elijah Mu- Edward T. Graham Beginning with the first grade co-workers gathered around to join us for our Color Day
hammad in a dynamic mes 29th at the group protraying the life of the Mrs. Mackey and and sang, festivities. We are also
sage "The Truth About Eas late Dr. Nathan Young, other "Let Me Call You Sweet>, grateful to them for coming
ter" ..A throng of sightseersand Rev. Graham is selections chosen for the occasion heart." It was a suprise for', and being attired inourSchool
visitors to the city visited the Mt. Zion I'.,'. were two creative our beloved principal and left: Colors.
the Mosque for the first time.A former "':. dances, a choral reading The her absolutely speechless but
banquet in honor of Broad- NAACP and is announced'r \ Orgin of our School Song and elated over the event.Ww also Our sincere thanks to our
way singing star, Lonnie Sat- the Board of "' "\'li'",. the protrayal of our first pinned our lovely Secretary, parents who were present,our
tin(currently appearing at Miami Florida P.T.A. Meeting.As Mrs. Rutha Maw Mobley with former co-workers the participants -
Beach) was held In the Heading the I / !; a tribute to Mrs.Mackey, corsage or white Carnation.The and the Color Day
Oriental decorated Mosque ging the dinner is 'I"- ',-II>""---- the second grade group dedi- following students were Anniversary a memorable an
dining room amidst an arrayof State Senator T. GRAHAM cated an original song written crowned as Queens and Kings enjoyable and a successfulone.
ourstaof field. In addition to of the testimo- by Mrs.OzoraShell and adapted for Color Day by Mrs.Mackey: .
outstanding chapeaux, munity leaders will be the further- to the tune of "Trees." Primary DepartmeritQueen
modes and coiffeurs from the the dinner will be by will in the com- They also revised and dedicated Primary DepartmentQueen- Mrs. Josephine D. Mackey
Easter paraders. terial Alliance of exemplified by the another song entitled, "If Terry Solomon King John Principal Mrs. Hazel W.
The committee of Rev. Graham. I Can Help Somebody." Mrs. ny Walker. Matthews, Reporter Mrs
C.. Leverity and Mrs. O.Shell We were indeed delighted and' Cladys Coachman, Chairman
MT. CARMELRev. alternated singing the sold greateful to have our former Color Day Committee.SAMPSON'S .

D. A. Bradley pastorSis. Spring Term At Miami
Louise
McGriff, reporterWe
had a great service on I MARKET
Easter Sunday morning. Our Dade Begins April 3
church
was filled.
Sunday will be the first Sun- Spring Term Continuing Ed- nity Theater languages, and NW 62 ST.
day in April come and visit: ucation classes at Miami- Psychology.Like 1466 .
with us, and come to our com Dade Junior College North begins to cook? There will bea
munion service on Sunday the week of April 3. course in Gourmet Cooking.In Free Delivery 6965711CHITTERLINGS
night. Registrations are now being the business area, courses
Remember the sick and shut- accepted at Scott Hall for the Include accounting, typing,
ins and those who have lostsome 10-week non-credit courses. shorthand, and legal and medical -
of their loved ones, anddon't The registration desk is open secretarial practice.For .
forget the boys in Viet- daily until 8 p.m. Monday thru the building trades, a
nam. Thursday. course in Building Construction l GR
You are also invited to attenda and Estimating is offered. ts ND.
fashion show on the secondSunday Among the more than 100 For most courses, the fee is FRAM
in April. Visitors are courses which are being scheduled $10. For information, phone:
always welcome. are Art,Music,Commu- 685-4521. \ BEEF

MT. CALVARY M.B. 3 PKG.. $ 4


Rev. Samuel Atchison, pastorCynthia SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE?? 7i t.8.

Johnson, reporterThe
When your septic tank drain begin to give you
No. 2 Choir will cele- trouble, don't fun or curse, call ut. Chapman or
brate their 29th anniversaryon Washington NW section Call HE 5.9089 10 CBS. $1 .99
the second Sunday, April
Their celebration will beginon
24 HOUR SERVICE
Friday night with various

April perform.choirs 9. of The the climax city coming will come to White POTATOES 5 BAG: 29(

A welcome is extended to Robins
everyone who wishes to come.. '
Also a fashion show will be SI Uniform GOLDEN
presented on April 30,and our r LIBBY'S CORN 5 CANS $1.00
women are starting full pre- 11! Centers CREAM
paration for our coming Wo- I ;_ ,
men's Day.CHURCH. \ Church Uniforms

OF CHRIST ''r_ !: Church Choir Furniture Robes I LI We have lamb chops & lamb Stew I

THE KING
FLA
Fr. Stafford(African Sweeting Orthodox)priestAll Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings GRADE A

members are asked to 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU MidFRESH L 8.R AD

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16 THE MIAMI TIMES friday--March'. ,
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AIR FORCERECRUITERS "., 'It'. ,I I ..'1'1..I ,J' ": hJ I" ,
SOUTH .'It.I'\" ,1', 't. ; '{ }
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Our Boys in the MADE : ; I

\
J BEST SHOWINGFor

Armed Forces : the first time in a decade ,II
the South leading the .
nation In furnishing the Air
Force exactly the kind of
!
people it needs,exactly when It AL
needs then, according to Ser-
geant MS G T BILL RANDALL
local Air Force recruiter, at
109 NE 5th Street. i
Sergeant Randall explained -
that the 3503rd Air Force
Recruiting Group which mon-
A itors activities of the local M
office and 99 others in the na-
tion.
"There's more involved here 4 '
than a head count of new air-
L :: _
men," Sergeant Randall ;
continued. "Recruiting enough
people isn't much of a pro-
,.)
blem. Recruiting the
right
1967 COUNTY WIDE BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
kinds of people is.
man SAN David ANTONIO Whitlock, Tex., whose- Air- Charles SAN ANTONIO A. Bostwick- Airman, whose -- Dorsey does it again. This time by the girls. Dorsey has long been noted for

former guardian, Mrs. LulaM. parents, Mr. and Mrs. James its outstanding athletic department, however all major/ events were won by the boys.
Williams, resides at 1900 Gordon, live at 352A NW 14th Well Dorsey's girls thought that it was time that they too gained countywide recog
NW 51st St., has been selected St., has been assigned to Myr- nition. They were given this chance during the recent basketball sportsday. They
for technical training at tle Beach AFB, S. C., after defeated all schools in the north end of the county, thereby challenging the winner

Lackland AFB, Tex., as a U.s. completing. Air Force basic of the south county, Palmetto Jr. High. This was the first time in the history
Air Force air policeman.The training.The
airman recently com- airman, a 1966 graduateof Dade County schools that junior high girls have been given a chance for county
pleted basic training at Lack- Booker T. Washington Higf wide recognition!Dorsey girls wanted to be first so they played like true championsand
land. His new school is partof School, will be trained on thEJob defeated Palmetto by a score of 18-21.These girls have portrayed outstanding

the Air Training Command as a vehicle maintenance sportsmanship and physical training. They have proven that the saying, "It couldn't
which conducts hundreds of specialist with the Tactical) be done," does not apply to Dorsey Jr. Hiah.

specialized courses to pro- Air Command. Kneeling. left to right: Ellen McDuffy, Sheba Martin, Katreen Scott, Sophia Den

vide technically trained per- nis, Geneva Lynes. Standing: Barbara Faison, Rosiland'Arinah, Norma Phillips,
sonnel for the nation's aero-
space force. ,f'. Debora Roach, Margaret Tillmantcapt.StephannieLynes) (co'Capt.LHIie) Knighton,

Airman Whitlock is a 1965 l ._ "/'Ji11/1','' v/s Iris Troy and Shirley Byron. Coaches: J. Tynes, S. M. Martin, F. Futch and L. Cha-

graduate of Southern Normal MAYS GRAD JOINS. Photo by Frank Johnson
High School, Brewton, Ala. r :
He attendedNorthwesternCollege AIR FORCE FEDERATION OF AMERICAN DRAFT AND DISSENT
Orange City, Iowa and Willie Lee Milton, a 1966 BAHAMIANS FORMEDA
Miami-Dade Junior College. graduate of Miami Mays Senior new organization has been Sunday evening, April 2 at 8, The Elks ClubNo.
School and of attorney Stanley Pred will
High son formed in Miami n a me d- the
Mr. and Mrs. Luke Milton, Federation of American Baha- speak on "Draft and Dissent," 308
10159 W. Indigo Drive, Per- mians (F.A.B.) a non-profit at the Peace Center, 2120 W. 329 NW 16th Terrace
r I rine, enlisted In the United cultural, educational and social Flagler Street. Presents
I States Air Force March 15. organization.The Mr. Pred, who for several every
Milton, who worked following years served as Municipal FRIDAYSATURDAY
graduation at VarietyChild- executive officers are: Judge in El Portal,volunteersa
h ren's Hospital, was s e n t tq Rev. L. L. Dean, president; major portion of his legal
Amarlllo AFB, Texas wherehe Mr. Rudolph Levarity, vice services to the Florida Civil SUNDAY
will undergo six weeks six president, Mr.Leon Williams, Liberties Union. He also assists -
TACOMA, Wash. Airman i I weeks of basic training. Fol- Jr.,general secretary;Mr.Albert in the monthly workshop CALYPSOAt
First Class Henderson Miller,, lowing basic training, Milton Smith,Jr.,treasurerjMr. for Conscientious Objectorsheld its Best
son of Mr. and Mrs.Paul Mil., will bea Leroy Johnson, financial secretary the first Wednesday even-
ler of 1538 NE 154th Terr.,I will be assigned to either an ;Mrs.Annie BellDean, Ing of each month at the Peace Friday and Saturday
North Miami Beach,is a mem>, Air Force technical training recording secretary.A Center. 11:00 p.m. until
ber of the 62nd Military Airlift -, school or directed duty at an Sunday evening's program Is
Wing at McChord AFB,, Air Force base where he will general meeting will be sponsored by the Greater Mia Sunday 10 p.m. Until
Wash., that has been awardedthe I: perform duties in the adminis- held on Wednesday, April 5 mi Chapter of the American TF
coveted U.S. Air Force i trative career field He was at 8 p.m. at Kelly's Chapel Humanist Association, and is
A1C Cleaven Ferguson, Jr., Outstanding Unit Award. enlisted through the United Methodist Church, 7105 NW open to the public. AdmissionIs
son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleaven Airman Miller, an aircraft; States Air Force Rewriting Office \5thf' Ave., at which time ap- free.
Ferguson of 1821 NW 73rd St., mechanic, will wear a distinctive in Cutler Ridge located at plications membershipwillbe
Is home on 45 days leave.Air- blue ribbon decoration to i 20235 S. Dixie Highway. accepted.
man Ferguson graduated from identify his affiliation with the --- r Call
Miami Northwestern High Military Airlift Command or-
school In June 1964 and entered ganization.The CLASSIFIED ADS
J'W.OUR
the U.S. Air Force the wing was cited for its d! CHARLESROGERS
same month. Airman Ferguson support d operations in South- '
completed his basic train east Asia and the remote sitesof !YJfl BRING RESULTS
ing at Lackland AFB, Texas the Alaskan Command. Its .
{
and went on to 6 months tech- airlift services Included an
ideal training in communications extremely successful opera-
electronics at Keesler tion in Alaska, swift transit AT PL 17502For
AFB, Mississippi. army infantry advance units to Hey! It's Dynamite
Southeast Asia and theachievement -
y After completing electronics of the greatest number of pNG A Good Buy on
school Airman Ferguson was flying hours ever recorded in a M s rN11NOFR'P
assigned to Pakistan with the one-year period during the *' A Piano
Air Force secrulty service for wing's 26-year history. *o Organ,
15 months. Since this assIgn-
ment, Ferguson has been assigned Airman Miller,who served Scott Stereoor
in Japan and Okinawa. during World War n, Is a gra 1
After return from the FEast duate of Carver High Schooo,
Airman Ferguson has duate of Carver High School Orchestra
Just completed 18 days of sur- Delray Beach Fla.
vival school atFalrchildAFB, Instruments
Washington and upon comple- His wifeBonnieis, the daugh
tion of his leave,Airman Fer- ter of Mrs. Lena Moore of 412 Ttl ;?
guson will be assigned to South Fort Worth St., Wichita Falls,
East Asia. Tex. A t
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San Antonia, Tex. Airman SAVE UP TO 40%

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Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Thompsonof Auto InsuranceLiability
10230SW 177th St.,Perrine,

I Fla.,hasbeenselectedfortechnical Physical To all my many friends, I am happy to announce
I training atAmarillo AFB, DamageSR that I have been employed as a sales representativeon
Tex., as a U.S. Air Force ad- 22 FilingNo the award-winning Ford team at:
ministrative specialist. One Refused
The airman recently com- GOOD DRIVERS Bill Austin Ford
pleted basic training at Lack-
land AFB, Tex.His new schoolIs NO Finance Chargeas
3801 NW 27th
part of theAlrTralningCom little as AveFor
mand which conducts hundreds'
of specialized courses to pro ISDOWN the deal of a life time, call me for ap-
vide technically trained per- AT SHELL'S CITY pointment and special I I consultation at:
sonnel for the nations's aerospace (South Poor) VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANSCorner

1',0.' force.Airman PLAZA INSURANCE 635-0311 HW 54th St. & HW 3rd Ave. 751-7502

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__ THE MIAMI TIMES., Friday. *, March,. 1967 17 .


Spearing with. ,. fAMU Dominates 17th
.......

Y V Annual Sports CarnivalTALLAHASSEE Looking the

: .

Yr a.. The Florida In baseball, Tne Rattle SPORTSWORLD
i A4M University Rattlers wound up the carnival with a

dominated the 17th annual 3-0 shutout southpaw Bobby
I Sports Carnival taking first Thompson. Thompson won his
BY HARRY SPEAR place honors in allfoursports. first game of the seasonal

In track and field events, the lowing only six hits and strik-
Rattlers won seven first ing out six In an earlier game. BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over

f places, eight seconds, four FAMU defeated AlabamaState I .
thirds and four fourths.In College 9-8 as Thomas Lo-
all, it added up to 71 pointsthe mack and Joe Williams scored
closest competitor was on a passed ball and an error MIAMI HAS AUGUST DATE WITH U.G.A.

Johnson C. Smith with 38. In the bottom of the ninth.The

A w Highlights of the track events Rattlers were down 8-7 going The executive body of the United Golfers Association officially -
were the 100-yard dash and 440 into the ninth. The final two stamped their approval on Miami as the city In which
and 880 relays. As expectedthe victories make Coach Kitties' their forty-first annual tournament will be held in August 1967.
\ Rattlers, led byMajorHazelton sluggers 5-0 for the season. The Par and Birdie Club of Miami will be the host for this
and Eugene Milton, FAMU defeated South Caro- national event; that Is the mecca for all golfers during the
sparked FAMU to esay vic- lina State College and Tuske- month of August; all these cumlative facts were decided at a

tories in the 100-yard dash gee Institute in golf. The Rat- week long convention held at the Biscayne Terrace hotel during ?...
and the 440-yard relay.Miltonran tlers scored a total of 334 the past week.

a 9.6 In the century dash points, and South Carolina Miami undoubtedly made an indelible Impression on all delegates -
t and Milton, Hazelton, Nathaniel State and Tuskegee tied for second who came from the far reaches of the country to represent -
James, and Jim Ashcroftran with 364. Medalist in golf their various clubs at the convention. The final words
a 41/5 in the 440, winning was Matthew Turner of South were "We will be back In full force In August."
easily over the highly rated Carolina with a 77. The Par and Birdie Club and the city of Miami have pledged
Johnson C. Smith. The Rattlers continued their to give of their utmost to make this tournament the greatest
Johnson C. Smith pulled the winning ways on the tennis the UGA has ever experienced In Its forty-year history.
d upset of the season by out run courts, defeating Albany State
IY9i. ning the Rattlers In the 880- College in the finals of the
CHURCH GROUP PLANS APRIL 7-8 FIESTA
yard relay. doubles 6-3 and 6-4.

Nothing Is so firmly believed as what we are most Ignorant
a of--so It was learned by this column when approached by the
Phil OssoferAlthough heads of the organizations of the Church of the transfiguration -
-- --
mercy and Justice unwilling to admit this limi- to report on their two-day Fiesta coming up Friday and

seem to be at opposite ends of tation. A young child Is simi- Saturday, April 7 and 8, on the church grounds, 15260 NW

""". ,' a pole they are often one and larly unable always to appre- 19th Avenue.
'1.- ,
.
,
,.. ,. the same. For Instance when a ciate the merciful Justice of With not too much ado the plaudits of their affair began to

.- .....-.... ..-... --" "-'- hardened criminal Is ,given a its parents, or to admit that unfurl, and the enthusiasm not only to mention In these lines; ..'

HANK BAUER GETS A PLAQUE long term in prison, it is Justice they are better able to Judge but to actually take part grew greater.The .
what Is to its best advantage. Fiesta as they choose to call It, is: a combination of
Manny DeCastro, popular Miami Stadium security officer, yet at the same time It is varied activities
a affair
community with
entertainment
for
demonstrated ,
presented a plaque to manager Hank Bauer, for bringing the mercy, for he will be keptfrom Jesus mercyas member of the
Justice when every family. Old fashioned sale booths (
his evil for being Divine com-
baseball championship to miami. He bought this plaque from continuing ways a
his plete with barkers) many games for the set and lots-
told Peter to
he forgive younger
time. Should repent because
his own pocket. I think this was great gesture. The inscrip- of wholesome
community recreation.
of the punishment be will recognize brother not seven times, but
tion on the plaque read: "Appreciation Award World Champions ,
This column
times He said commends this group for the interest have
the fact that Justice seventy seven. they
--Baltimore Orioles--Bauer Manager. The plaque cost
taken In the apathetic recreation condition of its
must turn the other cheek
Manny $20. He is always giving to charity and buys the kids God's mercy unto men. we community
and in trying to Inject a little spirit Into it. So let
for all
and return good eviL us Join
True is merciful although
candy and gum. Mannis is 66 years old and Is well known Justice -
In with these few and
enjoy the plans have made
which reveals they for
the not be An insight why us.
throughout the state of Florida for all the good deeds he does. mercy may
He Is a likeable fellow. He handed the plaque to Hank Just like evident to those affected. The we should merciful toothersIn
that without any ceremony.lids is why am writing this story.He True Justice is merciful, although order to be Just to ourselvesIs
deserves it. He also received this letterfrom Jerry Hoff- the mercy may not be given by Baha'u'11ahProp. Put Your Trash Out; Spring

berger chairman of the Board: Manny,it's always good seeing evident to those affected. The het-Founder theBaha'iFaith, I
In these words "He (the true
you at the ball park and I hope you will be a part of our "or- mercy of God is not always apparent :
to to whom His seeker) should forgive the sin- On
ganization" for many years to come. Justice mayatfirstappearunjust. men, ful and never despise his low Cleanup Drive

Our limited human view estate, for none knoweth what;
.
DERBY DAY AT GULFSTREAM PARK point enables us to see only his own end will be." The Miami Department of Sa- violating a city ordinance."
Should the sinful (and who nitation will stage a special The three designated pick-up
Mrs. E. D. Jacobs' Reflected with three consecutive part of the picture, and our
Glory, enablesus Isn't sinful?), cast the first Spring clean-up drive In April areas and time schedules are
stakes victories to his credit will be out to his current limited understanding
prove
,
to understand only part of stone, not being merciful, he as a prelude to the city Beautification as follows:
ranking as the three-year-old champion against a crack field North third of the
Committee's from
will face stern Justice, for as May city,
Thus Divine Justice -
what we see.
In the GFloridaDerby. The mile and an eigt
Saturday $100,000
Is Jesus said, we must endure to 'J 1 e a n-up, fix-up, paint-up NE-NW 20th Street northwardto
th classic Is the highlight of Gulfstream's most Important week beyond our compre- the end to be saved. campaign. city limits, to be picked up
of racing, social activity and entertainment. hension, and many people are April 17.Central .
Successful in the Bahamas, Everglades and Flamingo, Re- During the first three weeksIn zone, south side of
flected Glory, under Gulf stream's leading jockey Jorge Veles- JACKSON HAS STRONG TRACK TEAMHad April, residents are invitedto NE-NW 20th Street south to
Is expected to meet 10 or more rivals in the Florida place at curbside for collection -
quez, SE-SW Eighth Street April 8-
,
the pleasure of interviewing Joe Brodsky athletic director -
Derby. One of his opponents will be Rock Spring Farm's Tum- ,material usually designated -
of Jackson High. He has given me som fundamental 14.Southern
as illegal".
In the
ble Wind Invader from California which was second
an zone south side of
points on his star athletes In track and baseball. He says he Approved for pick-up, In addition ,
Santa Anita
Derby. SE-SW Eighth Street to south-
has some outstanding prospects. Here are the names and their
Rea- to normal yard trim-
with Patrice Jacobs'
Reflected-CJorv will be coupled ern city limits, final pickup
son to Hall and Wheatley Stable is expected d I achievements: mings, will be rubbish and dis-
run an entry April 15-21.
Fred Goodman: Undefeated In the high hump this Has
Great Power and Bold Monarch. Frances Genter's year. carded household and automotive -
Reality second set school record of 6 ft. 6 In. which Is also better than the articles,such as wornoutor
winner of the Fountain of Youth Pall Godtrey'sBWer ,
; ,
state record in Florida. distance 22 ft. 8 in. Second
Broadjump -
In that event, and M. G. Phipps'Gentleman, whichfi- broken furniture, appliances Florida State University bas
'
nished fourth, are other top contenders.Two In state. Junked radiators and ketball coach Hugh Durham ,
Amos Machanri Undefeated in 880 yard run. Has been old tires according to J. night signed Miami-
others which passed up the Fountain of Youth but are Sunday
clocked In 1 min. 56 sec. which is only 3 tenths of a second
likely Florida Derbystarters are Reverie Knoll Farm's Light- Grady Phelps, department di- Dade North Junior College's
off the state record.
ning Orphan and bbl Reception, owned by Mrs. W. J. Seitz rector. Willie Williams to a grant-
Louis Allan: School record In 440 yard dash 49.5 second.
"This presents an excellent in-aid.
and Mrs. V. R. Reid. Cool Reception was the champion two-
year-old In Canada In 1966. Also anchored mile relay which has the besttime In the state opportunity,* Phelps said, "to "We think he's the finest Junior -

Florida Derby Day will find the gates open at 10 a.m. with 3 mln. 22 sec. get ride of Junk from attics college player In the ,.
Lotts Broke school record In 220 yard dash and Is
Jimmy : "
and grages. state this Durham said I
dining rooms ready at 11. The musical program starts at year,
currently best In state with a time of 22 sec. flat
"Following conclusion of this after signing the 6-7 sOpho-
that time with Mal Malkin's orchestra and at 11:30 the Uni-
versity of Miami Band makes it Over all the track team Is undefeated winning dual meets special clean-up drive no ma- more who averaged 20.8 rebounds -
appearance.A from North Miami Coral Park,Carol City and South dade. Also -
terial classified ay Illegal may and 24.7 points for the
race for orchid zebras Is a set for 11:45 while at 12
winning the Miami High and Flying "L" relays. risk of
there be deposited without Falcons this year.'I' .
noon will be a fashion show by Burdine's In the club-
This team has a good chance of winning the state title.
house. Cypress Garden water skiers will make their first appearance -

at 12:15 p.m.

BASEBALL SEASON MAY OFFER SURPRISESFrom

what I have seen of the teams that have played during -
spring training against the world champion Baltimore i

Orioles, It looks like it Is going to be a rough season. The
teams have strengthened In all separtments. The Dodgers

wothout Sandy Koufax, Maury Wills and Tommy Davis look
strong. Mets are going to surprise a lot of clubs. Yankees YY tt
don't look bad as we think they are.Washington Senators havea

young club. Pittsburg has the power, If the pitching standsup
they can be the threat In the National League. Minnesota
Twins look strong. Alvin Dark and his Kansas City as can
give the big clubs trouble. There I think the fans will be in fora

great season of baseball, which Is right around the corner.
By the time the Miami Times reaches you readers, you will
have the opportunity of seeing one remaining game between the
Orioles and the Atlanta Braves,Sunday,April 2.Game time is
2 p.m. For reservations call Jack McGowen, Orioles ticket I

manager, 635-5395. Box seats $2.50 reserved $2.00. Behind TqartNogs
home plate reserved $1.50. General admission$1.25.Bleach- / I -No AND

ers $1.00. Senior citizens 50(. Tom Phoebus, a boy that was
brought up the latter part of 1966 season in his first major I Phone 887-7407 Area Code 303 ADMIYYkp us,
league appearance pitched two shut-outs which tied a rookie I '1iROP141Y ,
record held by six others during spring training. I am giving -
him and his roommate Paul Gilliford. The name of the Golden J

Gooses, Tommy has pitched 18 Innings and only given up 2.

Eearned runs and Paul 2 unearned runs In 7 innings. Not bad 6400 N W.77th Ave..P.O.Box 181Timiaml
Pitching for two rookies. Don't forget Sunday now--your last Station.Miami.Fl, .33144 .
chance to see the Orioles. ,m u K .


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'18 THE MIAMI TIMES' Friday. March 3'1, 1967


NO SUBSTITUTEFOR Neighborhood Grocers
Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE!
"MR. JACK"FOR Boycott PepsiColaLiberty

ACCOUNTING IS OUR PROFESSION
City and Browns- Owners state
ACES that they are
STYLES FOR ALL
INCOME ville neighborhood In unable to hire the extra help
I' Th Very Latest in M...'. FaMon. TAXOUR grocers
an effort to strengthen their necessary to arrange and sort
SILK MOHAIR SUITS HATS SPECIALTY buying power have banned together bottles for the various and
ITALIAN SHOES Edmund 0. Culmer to boycott Pepsi Cola many bottling companies in
944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida Bottling Co. Stores in these Miami and as a result some
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ,areas complained that Pepsi stores are refused service.
8 A.M. TO 10 P.M. DAILY Cola has raised its prices and
cut its help and are making efforts Efforts to solve the problemby
5264 NW 24 Ave. 633-3735 to force grocers to sort contacting Mr.Bill Norman,
Buy A Home TodayOPEN and assemble bottles for their Pepsi distributor, proved
drivers-salesmen. fruitless.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY SALES REPRESENTATIVE

((1)) 3051 NW 69th Terr 3 bedroom, $300 do. MIDWEST REALTY
till lip
((2)) 3165 NW 69 St 3 bedroom, $3200 cash
total
price.
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((3)) 1071 NW 87 St 4 bedroom, 3 bath I
pool. Call Mr. Kemp. HOME REPOSSESSIONSNo SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS I

((4)) 2375 NW 155th St., Opa-Locka $200 Red Tape 2300 beautifully NW 90th landscaped Street. Lovely corner 2 lot.bedroom Carportutility CBS on

down, CBS home, no down payment for Move Right In room, awnings, jalousie windows, gal, heat. FHA
veterans. price only $11,000. $350 down. $68.31 per mo.

((5)) 2101 NW 93rd St 2 bedroom home, $71
mo. NO QUALIFYING SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

2477 NW 101 St. -2 bedroom CBS, garage, tile

((6)) 2020 NW 85 St $300 down. roof, large fenced yard, awnings, freshly painted
-
See-Call Owner inside and out. A bargain at $10,000 with $300
down and $62.22 month. Vacant, we have key.
((7)) 2025 NW 91st St Duplex. $450 down. 4232 NW II PLACE

3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES FOR $100 DOWN 3 bedroom, Fla. room, porch, carport, com- SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS
pletely painted. Floors finished. A real
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1529 NW 51st Terr..- $20 week. beauty. for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,
tile roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto
559 NW 58th Street $18 week.
7025 NW 28 AVENUE wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
3165 NW 69th Street-$22 week. FKA price $15,000, $450 down and $93.33 month.
3 bedrooms, V/2 bathCBS, like new, com-
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3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 160 NW 68 St 2 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings .
tile roof, appliances wall to wall carpet
t 339 NW 39 STREET [ing, fenced yard, fruit trees, very neat, clean.
1 CBS bargain. See and call for low, low Bargain at $10,800,5350 down$67.03monthFHA

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$$ Dollars $$. Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, jalousie -
windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
KING REALTY Call Owner 758-8749 and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 at 54% in
P terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move inl
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OUR CLASSIFIED ADS Like new, large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS beauty,
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1431 NW 89 STREETCute room, circular drive, large fenced yard, wall to
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built-in stove, air cond., sprinklers.PUT SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

YOUR QUEEN IN THIS CASTLE $83 MONTH PAYS ALL. Lovely 3 bedroom CBS North Miami Beach 14930 NE 14th Avenue
930 NW LITTLE RIVER DRIVE dining room, utility room, No qualifying, $1,200 Like new 3 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, terrazzo
: down, $12,000 total. floors, separate utility house, freshly painted,
NO QUALIFYING HOMES inside and out, large yard appliances, furnished
1600 NW 89th Street 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage 46 ST. CORNER CBS. 3 or 4 bedroom, diningroom bargain at $13,000, $400 clown and $80.82 month
carpeting, drapes, $84 mo. pays all. garage, storm awnings, stove. Many extras FHA.
,''} $2,000 down. $12,500. No qualifying. .
810 NW 83rd Terrace 2 bedroom
air condition,
carport., large Fla room, $88 mo. inc. all. $15 MO. NEAT 2 BEDROOM CBS. Fla room, uti- SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
lity room, carport, fenced, $1,000, down. $8,500 Extra large deluxe house on 2 lots. Tile roof,
INCOME PROPERTY total. No qualifying. awnings, very large rooms, large kitchen, some
4 unit. Good rental area. Only $8900 full price. 'furniture, stove and refrigerator, 2 bathrooms.
3304 NW 51st Street. BEAUTIFUL CBS DUPLEX. 1 large bedroom, Wonderful location. A better 2 bedroom house at
WE SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS dining! room, appliances each side. $450 down. $14,500 FHA with $450 dewn and $90 month.
i BEING DISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL $13,500 total. No closing costs.
WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
HOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS. 3 UNITS COMPLETELY FURN. Plus extra lot.
FRONT 2 bedroom CBS, enclosed porch, diningroom YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
King RealtyOF carport. REAR CBS duplex, 1 bedroom apt.. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
and an efficiency apt.Reasonabledown.$16,000 DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFYWE

MIAMI, INC., REALTORS total. HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES, TOOl
WE HAVE MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS

8000. NW 7 Ave. $1 0)) DOWN FOR VETS & DISPLACED PERSONS Life Realty Broker I.

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tte.. FOR RENTCan HELP WANTED FICTITIOUS NOTICE

ADS be 2 bedroom apt., partly McWILLIAMS COIFFEURS
Everything in Beauty. Phone: Notice Intention to Regis- i
furn. $16 week. 653 NW 27th
3719482. Address: 166 NW ter Trade Name. '

(15 WORDS OR LESS $1.50. 50 FOR ADDITIONAL WORD. St. 373-7973.TF) 10th St., Miami, Fla. Master Notice isllerebyGiventhatthe

cosmetologists. Daniel Mc- undersigned, engaging in business -,.
DEADLINE ,
FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Huntington Arms Apartments. Williams, prop and CatherineBell under the name ofDuggie's .
cosmetologist. (M 31)
86 NE 50th Terr. One bed- Guest House,2941 NW 47th St.,
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR room or two bedroom apts. Miami Fla.
SALE Needs beautician with a following intends to register -
Furn. or unfurn. Desirable who desires abeautifut the said name with the
$100 Down Payments LOVELY CORNER Scott Lake. 3 bedroom,2 bath, neighborhood. Good
shoppingand location. 4310 NW 7th Ave clerk of the Circuit Court of
21-3-4-: bedroom CBS like new. FHA terms totalprice$12,500only redecorated, central heat, transportation. ADULTS 757-9254 or 691-747 after 5 Dade County, Fla. and with the
Anyone can buy, vets or non- $400 down, veterans only $19,000 unfurnished. We have ONLY. Rates monthly or bi- p.m. Office of the Secretary of
vets. Payments from $59 mo. $100 down, hardwood floors, 2 VA & FHA homes. monthly. To see call 757-9931. State.
pays all. One mortgage. Call bedroom, 1 bath, 4755 NW 5th
Housekeeper 18 to 35 for Signed
age :
now we have the keys. Tip Ave. Drive by then call me.A. CBS, $450 down, $90 per mo. Nice
room, convenient loca- home in Europe (Denmark). Irvin A. Dauglas
Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW60St. No closing cost. 3 bedrooms, tion. Nice stttle lady prefer- Air passage paid. Reasonable April 14
NW 7th Ave. Cally anytime, 751-2243. 2 baths, carport, extra large red. 751-0294. salary. Send details and phototo

Open 2-5 Fla room, screen porch.Many
Sunday p.m. Jahnson, 1110 NW North
4 CBS units, small down pay- extras. Near schools and 1611 NW 40th Street. Small 2 River Drive. No personal visits PHASE OUT MEETING AT
shops. 3830 NW 176th Street. BRW HIGH
bedroom
LARGE CBS duplex. $18
ments. You can live rent free weekly. 'accepted.
and own property. 653 NW 845 NW 83rd Terr.FHA terms 621-2429. Liberty Rental Agency, Call
The parents or guardians of
27th St. 373-7973. $15,000, only $450 down,large 633-7809. Deposit Required. CHILDCARE
2 bedroom 2 buildings with 10 units with the students presently in
CBS with large Fla
room, drive by then call A. 1 bedroom apt. Also 2 stores. 3321 NW 51st St. 3 bedroom Infant and toddle day care In grades 9, 10, and 11 at Booker-.:
*12 bedroom CBS home, furn., Ben-Korl, Realtor, 612 NW60St. Only 1% vacancy. Income ap- frame house. $25 weekly. Liberty my home. Will take very good T. Washington High School are

carport, large utility room, Call anytime 751-2243. proximately $9,500 yearly. Rental Agency,Call 633- care of your child.Phone 759- urgently requested to attend an
excellent condition, no clo- Asking 50,000,half cashdown. 8335. important meeting in the
7809. Deposit.In .
sing, no qualifying, total price Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. school auditorium on Thurs-

$10,500, $500 down. 2355 NW 100x140 lot. Zone C4 with 2 Liberty City and Browns- New Antioch Moriah Church day, April 6 at 8 p.m.
79th Ter. 681-9871.Aprll 7) CBS BARGAIN frame and 1 CBS School officials will advise
building pre- ville area. 1 bedroom apt.furn. Daycare and Nursery Center,
1240 NW 31st St. Total price sently rented. Asking $37,500 $22 per week. Deposit re- NW 51st St. Free pickup and the parents about the phasingout
Free rent plus income. Invest only $10,500 only $350 down, AlA Realty, 7511402.Lot. quired. Call Mickens rental delivery. Certified help. Call of the senior high school
in a new duplex. In fine and $78 month pays all. This agency, 688-3650. 633-2797. department of the school. This
locations. The price is right! is nice and all newly painted, .60x118 7.0 on 30th Ct.633- phasing out will involve every

235-2958. (TF) tile roof, nice yard. A must 8778 or 691-9448. (PApril 21 11 l: bedroom furnished in down student will be in a tenth,ele-

see. So drive by, then call A. town area. $18 per week and venth or twelfth grade for the

3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, tile I Ben-Kori, Realtor, 612 NW 60 RESIDENTIAL LOTS: 2 lots utilities furn. Mickens Rental CENTERVILLA school year 196768.

roof, wall to wall carpet, fen- St. Cally anytime 751-2243. Carver Ranches, 50x140; 1 lot Agency, 688-3650. KINDERGARTEN Parents are urged to come

ced yard, on NW 38thSt.,near Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. Liberty City, zonedR2; Call out and get the correct infor-
5861 N.W. 17TH AVENUE
12th Ave, close to school,bus, after 6:30 p.m. 696-9852. Room in private home in Liberty mation.TOOTHACHE.

shopping, FHA $12,000, $400 I i WE HAVE THEM City area. 758-8128. CERTIFIED PERSONNEL
down, $74 month. Veterans or 3 bedroom, 2 bath homes,Rental CBS home, 2 bedroom. Large HOT LUNCHES

displaced persons $100 down. property,commercial pro- living room, fire place, Fla Clean furn.room.Kitchen pri- Why suffer agony? I In minutes I get relief thTT 1
SERVICE
Atlantic & Pacific Realtors,: perty, we have what you need, room, inspection invited.757- vilege and many others con- PICK-UP list with ORA-IL. Speed-release formula
666-0411. so call on us to serve,call anytime 6507. veniently located and near to REGISTER NOW toothache putt It to pain.work Recommended quickly to relieve by many throbbhi den!

.A. Ben-KoriRealtor,612 bus stops. Very good for a 691-7796 OR tlsts.Ask your ;.N.........
NW 60th St. Call anytime 751- Walnut single 3 piece nice bed- 696.3002 pharmacist for ,
Sacrifice $1500 below market working man or woman. Re- ": ,
value, 3 large bedroom,!bath 2243. room set, $25. Apt. size por- spectable. Call 635-5283, or Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. ora-jet t '.,,::,:,,)
celain refrigerator.. $15.2 upholstery 634-3044.
Fla
large room, large living
4 BEDROOMSFHA chairs, $10. 572 NW
room, large dining room,
large closets, tile roof, must terms totalpricell,700 51 Street. Nice large room. Private entrance -
see to appreciate, close to' only $400 down. This home Is and private bath. Pre-
Northside Shopping Center, in immaculate condition, full 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, car- fer 2 men or man and wife. Open Sunday 3-6 PM

school, bus. Sacrifice price, dining room, large Fla room, port, utility room, large lot, Twin beds. Call 691-4271.
carpets fire place, this is for excellent location, like new.
$12500, $1250 down, $93 mo. ,
Bank financing. Atlantic&Pa- a large family, looking for a Reasonable down payment. Room in home. Prefer gentle (1360 NW 88 STREET

cific Realtors 666-0411. very large home.A. Ben-Kori, Take over existing payment. man. 633-06-4.
Realtor, call anytime 751- $80 per mo. Call broker right Very nice CBS home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath,

$100 Down Payments 2243. now. Martin M. Berney, 624- 1 bedroom duplex and apt.$16 Fla room, front porch, carport.
6933.
2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. to $23 weekly. Dixie Rental

Anyone can buy, vets or non- NO CLOSING COSTS Agency,Inc.3203 NW 17thAve. t. ifi
vets. Payments from $59 mo. CBS, extra clean. Large Fla "AS IS" Condition Many 633-2429.

pays all. One mortgage. Call room, Jalousie windows, ter- rooms. 2 baths, $150 down.
now we have the Keys Tip razzo floors, $12,500.00 FHA $55 per month. Must be re- CBSeffcy.aptWorkingcouple,
Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 valuation. Biscayne Realty, paired. Call broker now,Mar adults only. No pets. Furn.

NW 7th Ave. Broker, 7598600.NO tin M. Berney, 624-6983. air cond., patio, $30 per wk.
1350 NW 54th Street. Phone eatiy

New house with acre of ground. QUALIFYINGCBS 2 bedroom, 2 bath, huge Fla 757-7255.

CBS with hardwood floors,140 three bedroom and two room, a luxury home for qua-
NW 158th St., Biscayne Gar- baths and Fla room and car- lified FHAbuyer,large enoughfor 3 rooms nicely furn. apt.Pri-

dens. $20,000 total, $5,000 porte. $100.00 down.Biscayne 3 bedroom home, garagein vate entrance and yard, fen-
down. (March 31) Realty, Inc. Broker,759-8600. new area. Don't miss this ced. Working couple only.Call 13906 NW 7th Ave.
one. For appointment, call after 7 p.m. 754-3865.296 NW

NO QUALIFYING Fenster Realty, Broker, PL- 46th Street. EB5-002I OR 941-1111 EVENINGSEDISON
4 duplexes, excellent locat-
$500 down.Stucco-frame home 9-8779.
ions, reasonable down pay- 2 bedroom tile bath.
apt.Large
with brick trim and CBS ga-
ments, no qualifying. MartinM. on large lot. Biscayne 2 bedroom CBS, corner, Fla $20 per week. 2260 NW 62ndSt.
rage
Berney, Broker,624-6983. Realty, Inc.,Broker 59-8600. room, carport, a beautiful yd, (TF)

carpet. appliances, plenty of
1 1
3 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla room, NO CLOSING COSTS room. Drive by 4030 NW 1st Specials i
Low Nice 2 bed. CBS
CBS low down payment. apt. $22.
call Fenster Real-
Ave. Then
monthly payments, no qualify- CBS, $25down, $78 month, CBS, 1 bedroom, apt. $17.50.
: ty Broker PL 9-8779.
,
FHA hardwood
ing. Call broker right now. $10,500.00 Good, 2 bedroom. $23.

Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. floors northslde., landscaped Biscayne lot.Realty;Near, 3 bedroom beauty, FHA only Downtown bedroom location--CBS apt. $14. 1 OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY

8011 NW 17th Ave. $400 down. Broker, 759-8600. $350 house.downpayment.ArealdoU Drive by 2030 NW 96th Very large house, $25. 1461 NW 92 STREET

Payments $82.82 per month. Pine St. or call for appointment to Small, 2 bed. duplex. $18. This is a very large CBS home with tile roof,
2 nice Dade County
CBS home, Fla room, hard- homes on one lot. Good deal show. Fenster Realty,Broker, CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. l'/i bath, Fla room, extra large garage, fenced
wood floors,tile roof,carport, PL 9-8779. Deposit Required yardcarpeting 75x100 ''ot.
for people selling their homesto on $16,500 FHA terms
fenced. Mike Scatton,Realtor, Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 This home is really extra nice.
Urban Renewal or ex-way.
751-9784. NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
Drive by 351 NW 45th Street, $100 Down Payments DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON
then call Fenster Realty,Bro- 2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH ker, PL 9-8779. Anyone can buy, ets or non- ((1)) 835 NW 84th St.. $300 down FHA, no dosing -

1545 NE 152nd Terrace. Sav- vets, Payments from $59 mo. 100% cost. County taxes only, carport, CBS, $92

ings and Loan foreclosure in 3 bedroom CBS, 2 bath, car- pays all, one mortgage. Call HOLLY per mo. pays everything. Newly painted in and

Washington Park. 3 bedroom new, port, tile roof, wall to wall now, we have the keys. Tip HUMAN WIGS out.
excellent condition like
FHA terms Beautifularea. Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906
near shopping, schools, park. carpet. Drive, by 1220, NW 88th NW 7th Avenue. HAIR ((2)) 800 NW 44th St. CBS on large corner lot,

Priced at $11,900 with 10% St. Then call Fenster Realty FULLY GUARANTEED plus extra lot on 8th Ave., Fla room, garage rIC.
DOWN.Reasonable monthlypay Asking $3,000 down. No qualifying
Broker PL 9-8779.
ments. Lower down payment FOR SALE OR RENT
available with FHA financing. ((3)) 6500 NW 1st Place CBS, 2 bedroom, screened

Open Sunday afternoon 1 to 4. $5200 full price. CBS,garage,. below Equipped reasonable.beauty saon Terrific, priced location porch, carport. $250 down FHA. $82 mo. pays
2361 NW
door
overhead
2030
2195I '
Call 532-5566. everything. No closing cost.
excellent
77th Terr. Owner'443-2957., clientel. ,,'

5% mortgage if desired. Zone I and Phone weekends.634-0733 after 7:30 pm. ((4)) 6520 NW 1st Place CBS$250 down, FHA,

$10,500 Total heavy industry. no closing cost. Large lot, carport$86 mo. pays
t. CBS with an extra lot. Com- everything. Just off NW 2nd Ave. and 66th St.
I
pletely fenced. Near
thing. Good terms. ELSEWHERE AT

Realty, Broker, every-I PRICES TO $89.00 WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
SISTER DORIS World's Greatest Healer and Call or write us today. FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
here for the first time. She is world
is
Advisor Send deposit if orderingby CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
aii 1r1 g 11i / g known to help people with all kinds of problemsno mail. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

((4 etDOUBLE matter what they may be. All are welcome to Beauty shops call for DISPLACED IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.

her house. She doesn't charge. All visits are wholesale prices.

I free. She islocated at: 3031 BISCAYNE BLVD. DOLLY WIGSP. -

ACTION PHONE: 3748727. Open everyday from 7 a.m. 0. BOX 4513 ,EDISON REALTY,, Realtors. ,

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