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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Allapaltah. Homeowners Win i P t y




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A determined effort by an The commission made the told the commission that facilities -
aroused group of Allapattah park offer to the board March at the park should be
homeowners paid off Monday 6 after residents on the east greatly expanded rather than
when 'the City Commission side of NW 12th Ave. protested reduced.
rescinded a resolution offer- plans for three experimental Delegation members also
ing a 1 1/2 acre section of Manor schools in their neighbor- thought the school board could
Park to the, school board hood. find alternative sites in the
for ,an experimental school. Those residents objectedbecause are where rental shacks now
a number of homes were stand. "But this might upset
The action came after a vehement Local Mortician
being taken for the school sites some white landowners," one
protest by members of
and because three small parks of the homeowners said.
the Allapattah CommunityHomeowners'
to the sites Commissioner Athalie
adjacent were Range
Improve- going to be turnied into school made the motion to rescind the Going To 11 a
ment Association made of
up
palygrounds. park offer, which carried unanimously -
homeowners in the Manor
The commissionermade
e Park area west of NW 12th Clarence Patterson, spokes- no further recommendations VietnamWilliam t

Avenue.Brownsville. man for the Allapattah group on school sites.

E. Manker, embal-
mer and owner of the Manker.
Funeral Home has been called
Asks $775,515 by the Department of the USA

Army as supervisor of embal- I
ming in Vietnam. The Manker
Funeral Home will continue to

Assistant For Recreation FacilitiesThe operate under the fine leader-
Attorney ship of the present personnel.


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much neglected Browns- The Miami City Commission lW l .y. N ""a6"-PI'I'-----' ''''
General AppointedA ville community has finally has called on Metro to provide 1
Goes To
come in for apiece of the Dade more parks and open :, Young
parks and recreation pie witha spaces before serious prob- I

29-year-old Miami lawyerhas firm of Matthews and Braynon wthopping$775,515budgetre- lems arise from overcrowding. -

become the first Negro to at 5022 NW 7th Avenue. quest. I Tallahassee As
be appointed an assistant attorney James Matthews,recently Almost $2 million in supple-- Brownsville's boundaries are
general Florida.Attorney resigned as an assistantUJS. mental requests have been NW 46th and 68th Sts.from NW \ '
General Earl Faircloth attorney and has been an associate made to expand park and recreation 1&THcAve to 27th Ave.Its fringes
Aide :1
To Sen. Stone
made the announcementI&b1Friday. judge of the-Opa-locka facilities, with emphasis reach into the Miami city I :
Municipal Court on Brownsville and the limits and includes some of the I
The Ocala born young lawyer Harold Bryanon is an attor- Perrine area. Ear ling ton Heights and Alla a four man race in the Demo'J,'
took a bachelor's degree from ney for the federal Technical Major item in the Browns- pattah areas. cratic Primary April 28.1twas

Florida A&M in 1960 before Assistance Program head- ville request is construction of Homes in the area range from d l {ti a creditable race for a first \,
going into the Army as a security quartered in Tallahassee. a swimming pool. $30,000 downto woodenshacks. time starter running on a very
officer. He got his law McCrary went to work on County officials are especi- A large part of the area is definitely limited budget.
degree at FAMU in 1964. Monday with offices in the ally interested in providingmore a ghetto and needs urban Stone had maintained that I
McCrary worked with the law State Building, 1350 NW 12th recreational facilities renewal. some sort of Negro representation t
firm of Allen and Hastings in Avenue. His basic job will be in the Brownsville area to relieve is needed in Tallahassee i]
Ft. Lauderdale before coming to argue criminal appeal cases dissatisfaction among Parks Director A. D.Barnes and promised to appoint a t|
to Miami last year to join the for the state. Negro residents. said the $125,000 swimmingpool Negro aide if he was elected.
should be built near to Active leaders in the Stone I
schools in the area so they campaign offered Mr. Young I
could tie its use in with swim as their chosen representative -
Federal Judge Orders 4 ming Instruction.He and the Senator made
his promise an honorable one.
I recommended it be built
on land provided either by the Young intends to run for the

NowEach Dade School Board or the Mia- Legislature again next year,
Counties To Integrate mi Public Housing Authority. and the experience of observing -
Ronald R. Young,unsuccessful the on-the-scene me-
If the School Board makes the candidate for the State Legislature chanics of government should

Leon, Escambfa,Alachua and of the four counties is The basic issue involved the land available, the pool shouldbe is in Tallahassee be invaluable to him.
Bay Counties were ordered presently working under separate suits is alleged discrimination located at either the Kelsey serving as Senate Aide to Senator -
last Thursday by Federal Jud- court-approved de-se- against Negro students who Phar Elementary School or the Richard B.Stone.Hebecomes Any Dade County voter who
ge Harrold Carswell to begin gregation plans which are now want to attend integrated Charles Drew Junior High, the first Negro ever to needs information on any "
serve as an aid in the Florida problem of legislation from
schools. he said. i
Immediate plans for complete being contested in the courts.
Legislature. Sen. Stone's office can get in
of schools.
integration Young, a teacher of govern- touch with Mr. Young in room :
Carswell ordered officials ment at Carol City High,polled 22 of the Capitol Building in {IJ
from these counties to meet + 9,828 votes to finish second Tallahassee.
with him this week to begin Collectors I
work on compliance with a Garbage
broad new federal court integration r Railroawflegroes Get '
order handed down {l

Wednesday.The : : 'I

hours Judge's after the action Fifth came UJS.Cir only Walk Off JobHow Fop Criminal lawyer

cuit Court of Appeals affirmeda -
far-reaching decision that would you like a job and assurance they won't be Freddie Pitts and Wtlbert guilty believing it was ineir
six Southern states, including working outdoors hauling gar- forced to work without over Lee, two Negroes condemnedto only hope of escaping a death
Florida, integrate their public bage in the sunshine and rain, time to finish the route of un- die for murders another sentence.The .
schools in all grades by with no access to toilet facilities time to finish the routes of undermanned man confessed that he com- case has created consi-

September.The no extra pay for overtime crews mitted, have been offered the derable controversy in the
integration order appliesto work, and getting paid $60 a CLARENCE PATTERSONHead services of a nationally fa- area. Police and prosecutorin
students, teachers, trans- week to take care of your family Clarence Patterson, who became Of Department criminal lawyer. Gulf County deny they con-
portation and various other ? the first Negro to heada Edward Bennett Williams, victed the wrong men.
public school activities.The Metro department In Oct. Municipal Employes. Union recognized by lawyers as Last December, Curtis
285 1965, is the ll,600-a-year officials have made no state- America's finest criminal Adams Jr., of Port St. Joe,
Fifth Circuit Court ruling Dade County's garbage boss of the garbage collectors.He ment. confessed'in detail to the same
don't like it wortha trial attorney, stated from his
said "it is not enough for collectors is well liked and respectedby two murders to Warren D.
office that he has
damn according toadis- Patterson Is trying to keep Washington
school authorities toofferNegro the men, but he has not been Holmes, a Miami polygraph-
gruntled spokesman who was the trucks rolling by using day accepted, without fee, the defense -
children the opportunity to able to deliver the$Z.10 hourly criminologist.
the that stayedoff laborers street of the two men.
picked on
group up
attend formerly all-white among wage rate he fought for when he The 35-year-old Adams has
for the second Trash collectors are
the job
I schools. -- was their union leader 17 corners. On Aug. 28, 1963, Pitts, then been sent to ''prison for life
.
straight day on Wednesday.The not on strike and are workingas
"The necessity of overcom- months ago. usual. 20, and a soldier, and Lee,28, since then, for the 1963 mur-
ing the effects of the dual sys- wildcat strike is for a woodpulp laborer, pleaded der of another gas station attendant -
tem in this circuit requires integration :higher pay and improved Most of the men are displeased County garbage collectors guilty to the kidnap murdersof in Fort Lauderdale.The .
of faculties, facilities working conditions. The men with representation their get $1.66-1/2 per hour.Miami two Port St. Joe gas station state of Florida has taken -
and activities, as well as want protection against the union, the International Asso- Beach pays $1.77 and the City attendants. no action in the PittsLeecase
students." the court stated. rain,access totollst facilities ciation of State,. County and of Miami mer get $1.95. Both men say they pleaded since Adams'confession.

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I 40 Teenagers in Project /Miami Visit Everglades National Park I'j,

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Forty teenage girls taking supervision of four program fully chosen for Project Mia- Later, when the girls saw alligators gest expanse of saw grass In Also Milson,Louise;Parker, .
part in PROJECT MIAMI, an directorsMrs...Ulease Cus- mi, which grew out of the integrated as they walked the Anhinga the world can be viewed." Jackie; Powell, Sarah Bell;
Intensive effort to enable the seaux,MIssMarie AlfordMrs. Teen-Age Leader- Trail which starts at Royal Those making the trip were: Scott,Barbara;Walke r,N ell1ei
girls to lead better lives and Sallle B. Williams and Mrs. ship Program sponsored by Palm Center,they acted as Allen, Ethel, B., Brown, Jo- Wheeler, Shirley; Williams,
to relate better to the com- McNervy Dickey -- andacha- Clairol in 18 cities, including though they didn't believe him. Ann; Carter, Dianne; Collie, Carolyn; Marshall, Bonnie.
munity in which they live,last perone, Mrs. Julia Garrison, Miami, to help upgrade teen- Ranger Medlen said that the Vera; Collins, Rosa; Days, directors
Saturday visited Everglades the girls headed by bus for the age girls. Anhinga Trail was named fora Norcell;Everett,GenevaHudson ; Program were:
National Park for a field trip park's Visitor Center,just beyond Project Miami has been ope- tall, angular bird which,unlike Gail; Jordon, Molly Le- Mrs. Sallie B. Williams,Mrs.
made possible by the coopera- Homestead and Florida rating for the past two yearsat most birds, has no oil on flore, Ester;Lucas,Madeline; Ulease Cusseaur, Miss Marie \1
Alford and Miss
tion of Clairol,a national hair- City. the Miami YWCA's North- its skin. Manuel,JoannMcClainBerta; McNervy
and cosmetics firm. The the trip direc- under- McGill Janice Mingo Antoi Dickie. Julia M. Garrison was
coloring girls making west Center, under the "It dives and swims ; ,
Early Saturday, under the were the second group care- tion of Miss 0.Florene Jones, water for 15 minutes or so and nette. chaperone. !
using two $70,000 grants from then suns Itself on a rock --
the Department of Health, the original drip-dry bird,"he Clean
Education and Welfare, Officeof declared.The Up Drive
Juvenile Delinquency and girls walked for more I
MORE LOCAL Youth Development. than half an hour on the Anhinga Now Going OH
At the Center, they saw a 7- Trail, then they were bus-
minute slide show telling what sed ahead to the picnic groundson A three-week spring cleanup designated "illegal." Trucks
they would see in the parkandwere the Long Pine Key.They ate
drive will start next week as a will pick up normal yard trim-
given post cards which boxed lunches andthen were invited prelude to Miami Beautification mings, rubbish and discarded
they could write to friends or to write 100-word themeson Committee's May cleanup household and automotive articles -
relatives. the trip for prizes.A fix-up, paint-up campaign.The such as broken furnitureor
First stop on the tour was final stop was made at Pa- appliances.
Royal Palm Center, where Hay-Okee,whichmeans"gras- Miami Department of Sanitation From April 1-7 collectionwill
the grouped In the water and the walk- the first three
girls were sy girls during be north of 20th St. From
cool breeze on benches and ed along a short trail and up to weeks in April,is asking resi- April 8-14, in the central zone
heard from Park Ranger Samuel a tower from which accordingto dents to place at curbside for to 8th St., and April 15-21 in
W. Mendlen. park information, "the lar- collection, material usually the southern zone.
He' compared the park to the
WINNERSWINS100000 girls' homes -- stressing that
"when you take care of ityour
friends come to see you" -
alligators, deer, bears, ante-
lope, wildcats, birds and fish.
"Alligators are really afraidof
people," he said. "It's onlyin
l the movies that they attack
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y people.
Mr. Paul A. Christi), of 629 S.
D. Street, Lake Worth, won
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Station, 6400 South Dixie, West
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Presents every

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,, Florida State Elks, under Gown banquet will be held. At I
leadership of its dynamic president this affair, Marvin Davies,
W. 0. Perry, is announcing field secretary of the National
elaborate plans for Association for the Advance-
t their 43rd annual Convention ment of Colored People, will

,4 to be held in Ft. Pierce,April r be the main speaker.The .
8-12.

Pride of St. Lucie,host lodge Annual Oratorical con- :, 1
and temple of that city are preparing test will be held on Monday and
for a large turn out and is attraction wide attention N 'L. )

making great plans for the invasion from all sections of Florida. 9
of the antlered herd and W. 0. PERRY The competition will be keen.
their friends.

Climaxing Sunday's mammoth
parade will be the public ,.
meeting at Lincoln Park Aca CRB Asks Golf

demy, where the Hon. Tom
Adams, Florida's Secretary of

State,'will address the audi, Courses Clarify
, ence. At this gathering a plaque
will be presented to Mrs.

l Athalie Range of Miami, first
, Negro woman to serve on a"I Positions on Bias
t city commission in the state

" of Florida and a citation awardto The Relations mination is tolerated.The .
"I Community FREEDOM AWARD PRESENTATION Secretary of State Dean Rusk presents 1967
Brother Clifford of
, Dyson Board Tuesday asked all golf Community Relations Freedom Award to Ro executive director of the National Association for
West Palm Beach for hisser
courses listing themselves as Board requested the manager the Advancement of Colored People, at Hotel Waldorf Astoria dinner attended by
I vices on theFloridaStateBoard "public" to indicate whetheror of each golf course to indicate 1,200. Former Sen. Paul H. Douglas, chairman of Freedom House, is at left. Pre
A of Regents. not they would indeed serve on an enclosed postal card the sident Johnson, last year's Freedom Award recipient, sent a special message hail-
Sunday night the Annual at the Elks Cap auditorium and the tion.public without discrimina- policy course.and practice of the golf ing the civil I rights leader as "one of the true leaders, not only of our time, but of all '

time. Layne Photo.Examination.
In letter Vice 1,
a signed by MM B M M M RMMMMBHHMMMMMBMMMWMVMI MM M BB BnM j
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Chairman Dr. John 0. Brown, Dr. Brown said, "The facts
Th the Board noted that"Greater speak for themselves.The recent For Postal Clerk and Carrier 11
experience of two Negro
: Miami cannot afford either golfers at the North Dade who pass the written test will pay for equal work.
morally or financially a pub- Country Club suggests that not The U. S. Civil Service Com that have their names on a registerof Full information and applica-
, lic image of a city" that per- every golf course claiming to mission has announced eligibles and the names will tion forms are available at the
'I mits racial discrimination. It be "public" really intends to examinations for postal clerk will be furnished to Postmasterswhen Homestead, Naranja, Florida 11
continued to point out the dependence serve the public. They can't and city carrier positions vacancies occur. City and Leisure City post of
of the area on tourism have it both ways and still con- be held in the the near Homestead future for The starting base pay is$2.64 fices. ':
and conventions and suggested tinue to function in a society positions in hour and benefits includ
f f rll/I' Princeton, Goulds,Key Largo, per
that national organiza- that is committed to Constitu- paid vacations, sick leave with .d
Islamorada and other post offices -
tions refuse to tional of equalrightsfor
may convenein principles and an excellent retirement
In Dade, Monroe and pay EAST COAST TAILORS
cities where racial discri- all citizens." plan. Applicants must be
Counties.
Broward
Interested persons over 18 physically able to perform'ef- Headquarters for the
ficiently the duties of the posi-
make Well Dressed Man
years of age may now
NAACP Plans Mass Form 5000-AB tion which Include lifting mailbags
application on ,
weighing up to 80 pounds, Alterations and RemodelingFAST 'i j
which is available at the
Homestead Post Office and at working Sundays, nights and SERVICE ,iI I
Meeting For Kickoff Of other offices In the area. Applications holidays, and as a carrier, Shouldn't your tailor bEAST .
vehicles and workin
must drive
Beatrice Wilcox, aCoralGables are mailed to the COAST
all kinds of weather. All
Senior High school stu- Membership CampaignDr. Civil Service Commission in qualified applicants will receive 111 NW 62 STREETPL
dent was today named to thesecretarytreasurer Atlanta; Georgia and the applicant consideration for em- 8-3001
post of Myrtle Bethel, Margaret Carey will be notified later
George A. Simpsonpre- without regard to cuff while waitanytime
the Coral Gables Senior High and Messers W. J. Stir to report for the written examination ployment A you \
Branch
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Distributive Education, NAACP membership cam- rup, Albert Dean,Neal Adams,>, which will be held race, creed, color All receive, sex or equal national

"DECA" Club. The club with paign will kickoff with a mass Benny O'Berry, .Alston. Scott,. in Miami for this area. Those origin. '"
chapters throughout America Eugene Jackson, and Stanley:
t. stresses careers in the field April meeting 13 at on a Thursday local church evening to be Newbold. ,.............................. I 11,
of merchandising and distri-. The For others who wish to become
announced later. mass
butions. meeting Is centered around the canvassers during the: THE FINEST HOUSING ACCOMODATIONS ';
FOR I'J
of which will last:
Miss Wilcox, an employee theme "Are We Really DoingSo campaign
Gables the month of April, AT MODERATE RATES .
Sears and Roebuck, Coral Well in the Area of Civil throughout :.
has been cited by her Rights in Dade County?" Va- please contact the branch office S ''
employer for "outstanding rious churches, civic, social at 809 NW 3rd Avenue 01 CALL I

service" in her department. and business organizationshave call 374-5631. .................... .
English and merchandisingare pledged their support in 1
her favorite subjects, and making the membership cam- : '
she hopes to attend Miami- paign a success.To CLASSIFIEDADS BONDED \ : .' .1
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her career. uals have volunteered to can- .

Beatrice is the daughter of vas for members: Mesdames RENTAL h y _____
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox Vernelle Albury, Billie Pitss, BRING !
and attends Sweet Home Mis- Janie Anderson,John Barkley,

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes \ I. by Whitney M. Young Jr.
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE. City Editor f
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor Executive Director National Urban ,

Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association. Is Miami Really PureThe

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Expanding Job OpportunitiesThe
recent revelation that one of our area golf courses refused -
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN 6.00
to honor a telephone reservation to a mixed foursomeT

Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post came as quite a surprise to many of our permanent residents. outlook for employment opportunities for Negro citizens -
Office Miami Florida under the of March 1876 They have been brainwashed into believing the racial ills that at
at act 8, is still bad. Unemployment continues more than
.. were part and parcel of Miami have been permanently cured.
double the rate for white! workers and the unemployment rates
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phonet. 691.0421 691.0455. The fact that such restrictions still exist comes as no surprise for young people looking for their first jobs is catastrophically -
to of because we know of the practiceswe
some our, many
high; one out of every three Negro teenage boys who want
take for granted are untested.Untested because the majority
cannot find them. Corresponding the figures for white
1e difor's otrboolt seeks out only those places already bearing the stamp of ap- workers Jobs and white youngsters have been Improving at the
proval. They prefer the places otherrecommendas integrated.
same time that the figures for Negroes have been getting ,I
They shy away from those places where they would representthe
advance guard, or better still, where the policy is not worse.
PRESERVE MANOR PARKThe known.
This is, of course, one of the great problems facing Ame-
During the North-South Golf Tournament, we heard rumors
School Board will not build the Intended experimental:l of incidents such as these. The complaints were not concerning rican democracy. A nation whose gross national product this j"
"little school" in Manor Park as planned. the golf course of the area, but other establishments where year is expected to be in the neighborhood of $780 billion
should be able to include all of its in
citizens its
Residents In that section of the city complained that If the the service had either been matter-of-factly,or where the in- prosperity.And .
board's present plans were carried out more than 12 or more dividuals had been all but ignored. I took most of these com- it certainly should not let race or color be the decisive ,;'
homes three sites would be element in determining whether a man works or not.
on destroyed. plaints as incidental happenings where clash of personalities
Fortunately the Miami Commissioners on Monday withdrew may have been the most direct cause, but to quote an old requested ,
their permission for the Dade School Board to build the school statement, "Where there is smoke, there is fire." In the face of an otherwise grim situation however, some {
is made. More than ever before the thousands
The Allapattah Community Homeowners Association claims; All of us, and I do mean all of us, are so busy spreading progress being '
that the School Board should obtain school sites by condemningand : the news of the present changes we have allowed our guard of Negro college graduates are finding acceptance in professional tk\
demolishing substandard property in the area instead of t (usually in a fighting position) to slip to a degree where we and managerial jobs long closed to them. They are :
displacing Negro home owners, because of the limited housing: could really get hurt. We are going through the first stages opening doors to government, business and industry through l
market in Dade County for members of the minority group. of complacency, and only through our own initiative will we be which many others will follow.
,
able to improve on the progress already made. Proof of this. ,(
can be found in the fact that all of these conditions that still The proportion of non-whites holding professional jobs has
increased from 3.9 cent in 1955 to 5.9 cent in 1965 "\
exist are discovered by outsiders. The visitors, acting the per per ,
TRI ARTS MEDICAL CENTERLast published account of the open attitude of Miami, are the ones the last year for which there are figures. This indicates that
who make the mistake of falling into the pitfalls. They are the the expanded educational opportunities of recent years have
Sunday afternoon many MIamians visited the new Trl- ones who through a mistake discover all is not peaches and begun to pay off in better jobs for the determined pacesetters -
Arts medical center. It was open house day. Those who were
of the It also indicates that
new generation. employersare
cream in our fair city, and this should not be the case.
not able to attend open House should pay a visit to this center
to learn how to be color-blind in their
beginning hiring
located We, the residents should be the ones seeking out the discre-
at 10th avenue and 54th street. This spacious building
is modernly equipped In every way. pancies in our stated policy. If the present image of our cityis practices.But .
farce should be the to it out. To do this
There a we ones point
you will probably meet your favorite physician dentist -
or pharmacist. Ye Editor visited, was greeted and,takenon however, we must find individuals willing to go first. They will there is such a long way to go. Much of the new hiringwas
a tour by Drs. J. 0. Brown and George Simpson. be considered the advance guard and what they find will be done by government agencies, and a lot of the improvedjob
There seems to be ample parking provision for your con- dealt with through the proper channels. By this I mean the individuals status of many Negro workers is due to uprading and train-
venience. must be of the non-violent type. If insulted by the ing on their government jobs. Although the government's em- t

Congratulations to the promoters and all occupants. owner or management of an establishment, a complaint shouldbe ployment policy leaves much to be desired, private Industryis
filed with the Community Relations Board (CRB) as was still the follower, not the leader, in hiring Negroes! for
done in the golf course incident. This group, having proven managerial positions and in training and upgrading thelrpre-
most effective in the past has shown its willingness to createa sent Negro employees.A .

condition comparable with our image, and should thereforebe
THE VIETNAM WAR given the first opportunity to act. look at some government agencies reveals the wealth of

Peace, perfect peace in this dark world of sin Those of us who are a part of the community are aware of talent lost to business through its short-sighted hiring prac-
The blood of Jesus whispers peace within. the progress made. We know of the changes in policy, but if tices. The three largest post offices in the nation -- Chicago,
,y we are going to be good/ambassadors of goodwill, we must New York, and Los Angeles -- are run by postmasters who
Late reports tell that the Vietnam war in the air has cost, know the commodity we sell is guaranteed. In order to know are Negro. lift*,
the United States the loss of a billion dollars, 500 planes and this, we must try the untried,tuck our feelings away and be in

390 pilots. If we could add the losses of the enemy to those of the term of theatre goers, a firstnighter. All of us are not Taken together, these three offices handle 11 billion piecesof
the United States, it would make interesting but rather dis- qualified to be firstnighters, and for those not possessing the mail, have receipts of $650 million per year, and have
couraging reading.In right qualifications, I don't recommend it. The thinkers amongus 77,000 employees. Few corporations are larger than these
this modern age, mankind refuse to meet at the confe- will be ideal for this part. My only hope is that there are offices; few managers in private industry have anywhere near
rence table, at least if we are correct, this is the attitude of many among us who consider themselves thinkers and that they that many employees to supervise. The management capabilities -
the enemy we are fighting.Our can act the part. Let's see if we've been telling our friends needed to run these offices are the same as those neededto
United Nations have not as yet been able to bring about and acquaintances the honest to goodness truth. Let's see if run a large corporation,yet very few Negroes are anywherenear
peace between the Vietnamese and the United States. Miami is as pure as we have helped to make it appear.LET'S the corporate hierachy in industry.That .
How long will this carnage go on,killing our youth as well as
the youth of our enemies.Only the Lord knows, but the slaughter -
such talent is available to the federal government is
is a grave reflection upon mankind today. We are living
in the 20th century, not in the dark ages. due to more progressive policies of hiring Negroes and pro-
moting qualified men. A post office official quoted as say-
TALK POLITICSBy ing "While others were discriminating against Negroes, we
were hiring them, and as a result, we got a lot of good Ne-
POST OFFICE CORPORATION NORMAN E. JONES groes to promote. There's no reason private industry or any-
one else couldn't have had these
didn't hire
people except they
Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien of Washington, "
them all these
D. C. has proposed that the Post Office Department be con- FALL OF THE ONE PARTY SYSTEM IN FLORIDAThe years.
verted into a non-profit government corporation. He said he

had recommended such a plan to President Johnson who feelsit continued trend of victories of candidates running on the I have always been amazed at the way some private companIes -

worthy ci intensive study. Republican Party ticket the most recent which was the spe- will not hire a Negro for a top level position, and then
Postal officials said the proposal would attempt to assure cial legislative election throws further confusion into the ranksof have their business records audited by a Negro internal revenue -
better postal service and to some extent place postal opera- the Democratic hierarchy of Florida who have been bumbling agent or have to defend themselves from discrimination
tions on a more stable monetary basis through subsidies and and fumbling since last Noember when they lost the governorship charges pressed by a Negro lawyer from the Department of

direct appropriations. and the tremendous prestige and patronage of the Justice. Had they hired these men to begin with, they wouldn't
office. have had any problems.
We will in a series present in capsule form some of the ba-

GARBAGE COLLECTORS STRIKE? sic reasons for the loss of the monopoly Florida Democratshad I am reminded of what James A. Linen,President of Time,

There is again dissatisfaction among our garbage collec- for nearly a century, and the formula for recapturing the Inc., told the Urban League's annual conference last summer.

tors that might bring about a strike. In fact, collectors wentto control of the state. He said: "We (business) have carefully calculated the most
work on Tuesday morning but most of them refused to man The Democratic party in the South has never been a closely efficient use of capital equalpment and machinery,but when it
the trucks. knit organization but rather a coalition of political strongmen, comes to the utilization of manpower we have allowed uneco-

The trouble is the same as it was in the 1965 strike, more a conglomeration of individual personalities, each with his nomic factors to enter into the equation.We have allowed bias
wages and better working conditions.The nucleus of followers and financial backers,all hoping to attach based on race or religion to determine,in too many instances,
present pay is $1.66-1/2 an hour with no overtime pay. themselves to a potential winner in the hopes of patronage whom we would hire ."
which with
comes the winner and strong contenders.The .
It seems the men expected an increase to$2.10 per hour. They
Democratic Party in the South from its
inception was
claim they are unable to support their families on $60 a week. the political arm of the slaveholding planters mercantile and Fortunately many other top businessmen share Mr.Linen's
,
The waste department has been hiring as many as 100 day financial interests dedicated to the continuance and expansion concern and are making progress In opening up job opportunities -
laborers to fill In on the trucks. They were paid daily. of slavery. When they were thwarted in their efforts to institutionalize at all levels of employment. Thebigproblem is In getting
The director of Metro's Waste Division said he was hopefulthe slavery into the newer territories and state west smaller firms with less sophisticated and intelligent managersto

workers would return to work on Wednesday.A of the Mississippi, the Democratic party of the southern states see the light,as well as in getting the message filtered down

became the political arm of the confederate states of America from progressive company presidents to their middle-level
ceded from the union, delcared war on the United States Go- managers who do most of the hiring.

bill allowing income tax credits for employers Investing vernment, lost the shooting war but won the ideological "war."
company funds in Job training programs has been Introducedin The period following the cessation of military resistance of
the House of Representatives by Congressman Wendell the former confederacy, commonly called the Reconstructionera

Wyatt of Oregon. The bill allows businesses a 10 per cent tax saw the state governments in the hands of northern Re- ATTENTION ALL CLUB .
credit on employer expenses Incurred in establishing and publicans and newly emancipated Negroes with representatives CHURCH
continuing a program of Job training. "The trainlngprograms of both the former ruling class and for the first time the poor AND SCHOOL REPORTERSCopy

provide hope and potential," Wyatt said. "Welfare programs whites. for j
provide only temporary relief." Out of this period came state constitutions with many reforms publication in Thursday's news- "

Including public schools, right to vote,equal protection paper must be TYPEWRITTEN and in our
Governor Reagan of California: recently stated: that of the law, right of trial by jury and other such rights and pri- office by 7 P.M. ON MONDAY. This is a
prosperity Is not created by redistribution of earnings,but by vileges as guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States.
Increasing production; that when the price of democracy too The Democratic Party was powerless as long as the federal public service that we render to you at no

high, Society is not free, and that private industry can do for troops and the federally supported state militia were on hand. charge. Please cooperate with us. ':
the people what bureaucratic federal government canonlypro- :With the withdrawal of federal troops the Democratic Party unleashed -
mise. ." 1 a campaign of terror setting an example later copiedby The Editor
Industrial News Review 1 Stalin. Hitler and Company. (To be continued).



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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 7, 1967 5 .
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f d1 I 200 Attend Sigma Gamma I':
"
I
Rho Regional Meet '!
,
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The Southeastern Region of Bessermer, Ala.; Clara Hewitt : ;
Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Campus Coordinator, t
SPRINGThe N Inc., elected Soror A. 0. Da- Jackson, Tenn.;Altainese Lit-
,
; ; vis of Baton Rouge, Louisianaas tles, Chaplain from Tampa,
1 budding branches on the trees, Its Grand Baslleus duringthe Fla.; Rubye Lloyd, Sergeant-
A soft caress of a balmy breeze, at-arms
regional conference held in ; and Alberta Jami-
Wee newborn lambs up on a hill, Daytona Beach, Florida this son, Parliamentarian.The .
Plaintive call of a whippoorwill,
week. group also named future
A flashing bolt from a thunder storm
About 200 members gathered meeting areas as Spartanburg,
Awakening the earth so lush, so warm, from seven southern states to S. C. In 1968; Miami, Fla. In
Gay rustling of the rippling streams, discuss sorority business and 1969; Nashville,Tenn.1970'
Capturing sunlight-inspiring dreams .rs adopt new policies. The con- Bessemer, Ala. in 1971; and
The lilting songs of birds on wings, vention theme was: "New Memphis, Tenn. in 1972.
This is the rhapsody of Spring!
Thresholds of Responsibility Visiting sorors and officers
in a Changing Era." from other regions included:
Mabel G. Mansfield Other Annid Lane Lawrence
officers elected were: ,Syntak-
Velam Mark,Regional Syntak- tes Central Region, Chicago,
,I Marjorie Rhodes has returned home after attending the first tes from Birmingham, Ala.; HI.; and Naomi Satchell,chairman -
Southeast Regional Conference of the National Sorority, Phi of Board
Evelyn Hood, Board Member Philadelphia,
t, Delta Kappa in Chattanooga. from Atlanta, Ga.; Arzelle Pa. The host chapter was Beta
;.' The Miami Chapter of the National Association of Negro Pressley, Board Member Iota Sigma and Beta Eta chap-
; Business and Professional Women's Club, Inc.was host to the
from ters Beach Fla.
Columbia, S. C.; Carolyn Daytona ,
West Palm Beach chapter and District Officers of the North-
Soror ins-
Favors,GrammateusfromTampa Margaret Pyke,an
eastern area with a bridge luncheon. Fla.; Anna Kinnard tructor of Music at Bethune-
Miss Tebra Plessy spent most with her N6 'wit ,
a delightful holiday Anti Grammateus from Nash- Cookman College served as
". parents. ville, Tenn.; Verneka Silva, regional hostess. The local
Tamichus from Miami, Fla.; Baslleus was Francis W.Stra-
1 Mr. Joseph Conyers of New York City and Captain Randolph Maggie Green, Reporter: from chan.
Stirrup were houseguests of the Roberts of 207 NW 16th Terr.
.during the Easter vacation. Captain Stirrup is stationed at the
$\ ,Ellington Air Force Base Texas.
,
Johnson Gross RitesThe Story of the First Negro ;
'j Thelma Vernell Anderson and the Rev. Theodore R.Gibson ,1
were married Sunday in Christ Episcopal Church. beautifully-decorated Cheryl Tynes served as flower 1
J Greater Bethel AME Churchof girl and Isaac Clarence Explorer in Paperback EditionWithout j
,t} Eleze Tynes jetted to Nassau on Sunday. Her mission is to this city formed the impres- Mickins n served as ring
attend the funeral of her brother. sive setting for the wedding bearer.
ceremony on Feb. 18, which The best man was Curley L. Matthew Henson, the equality among men is a mat- 1
Glancing over the calendar...Beta Tau Zeta Chapter, Zeta united in holy wedlock Miss Rook. first Negro explorer,Admiral ter of the heart and spiritnotthe
Phi Beta Sorority and Rho Sigma Chapter,Phi Beta Sigma Fra- Blanche Clarice Johnson ancj The ushers were Freddie L. Peary would never have reach- skin. Despite perils and
ternity entertained friends on Friday, March 31, Grand Or- Oliver Gross. 'Halland, Leroy Levan, Les- ed the North Pole. Against the repeated failures in the North
I chid Ball at Bayfront Park Auditorium.Art lie' Thompson, Willie L.Jones background of frozen Arctic and ridicule at home, Peary
The bride, given in marriageby Allen M. Johnson and Eugene wastes, "Dark CompanionThe -- knew, that one day he would
work created by Head Start pupils in Dade County will her brother, Othello W. Lowrey. Story of Matthew Henson" reach the Pole.
be exhibited from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 20 on the Mall at Johnson, Jr., wore a wedding Immediately fOllowing the by Bradley Robinson unfoldsthe
Northside Shopping Center. gown of imported silk organza ceremony, the wedding recep- tale of an epoch-making
j over taffeta in white. The tion was held at the home of discovery,unparelledforsheer I '
I Here for her annual holiday in Miami, Monica Rahming is bodice and train were encrusted Mrs. Othello Johnson, 16001E. human courage and drama. VISIT'HUNT'S
the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Matthews. with appliques of re-em- Bunche Park Drive,motherof "Dark Companion" will be BARBER SHOP "
\ broided alencon lace. The the bride. Hostesses inclu- published as a 75-cent Faw-
The annual Dinner of Greater Miami Chapter of the Florida gown had short sleeves, an A- ded Mrs. George Sands, Mrs. cett Premier paperback in
Council on Human Relations, Friday, April 7 at the Ever- line skirt and a detachable William Rolle, Mrs. Woodrow April.A 5924 NW 17th AvenueE.

glades Hotel. Mrs. Henrine Banks,Bethune-Cookman College, chapel train which gave a luxurious Greene, Mrs. Henry Clark, D. Hunt, Proprietor
president of the Florida Chapter will be the guest speaker. full sweep In the back Mrs. Margaret Cruz, Mrs. fascinating a close-up Arc
radiating fresh enchantment Louise Jones, Mrs. Evelyn tic exploration and an extraor-
Mr. and Mrs. Roger (Irene) Bishop of 2326 NW 56th Street queenly silhouette. Campbell, Mrs.ClaraneU Mc- dinary biography, "Dark 3 Barbers to Serve You
surprised all the neighborhood children with an egg hunt on Her veil of French illusion Kenzie. Companion" is a deeply moving Closed Wednesdays
Easter Monday. Games, dancing and refreshments added to was held place with crystalsand The bride is the daughter of story of an 18-year-long
the lively party that the 72 kids are still talking about. pearls. Mrs. Othello W. Johnson and friendship that transcendedthe A14 ,
The bridesmaids were Hazel the late Othello W. Johnson. color line to prove that I I"I
Ruth Russell and son,William of St.Louis,joying Miami'ssun Levan, Gloria Simmons, Ma- She Is a graduate of Booker T. ;
and surf are houseguesting with Mrs. EWe Russell. Coming rian Dean, Juanita Love, Ma- Washington High School and
down from Riveria Beach for a visit with friends was ria Taylor and Selma Ward. West Virginia State College,
Mrs. Carrie Brown another guest of the Russells. Is now a member of the faculty : :'M D W(,JIAte M9Reginnkg
The junior bridesmaids were at Liberty City Elementary April 1 1967
Happiness is a visit to grandmother's house, especially so Yvette Forbes and Allyn John School. ,
if you live in New York City and grandmother (Mrs. Joshua son. The groom Is the son of Mr.
Bullard) lives in Miami (Coconut Grove) says Sheryl Albury, The bridesmaids wore rose and Mrs. Willie Gross, 3860 i
daughter of Arnold and Myrtle Albury. organza dresses over tafetta NW 171 St., Carol City. He' is THE BANK LOBBY WILL BE CLOSED
rose fitted slips. The dresses a graduate of George Washington FOR BUSINESS ON SATURDAYS '
Orchids to Jesse J. McCrary our newly appointed assistant were fitted in front with a Carver High School, attended >I: .' 1't ;: .,f'I'! "
attorney general in the Miami office. strain band of rose and lime Florida A&M University. -
Home at 1391 NW 42nd Street Cedars of Lebanon Hos- just under the empire bodice. He is now associated with
pital and "making progress" Eddie (Sonny) Williams has his The sleeves were short and the Pan American Freight Cargo
wife Thelma, to keep l his company. Thelma is bedded with a skirts had an A-line front witha Operation. ..For Your Convenience
stomach ulcer.Theodore flowing full cage in the back. Out-of-town wedding guests
The matching headpiecesbows -- included Juanita Matthews,
Gibson, Jr. a student at Howard LawSchool, spent wlthFrenchlllusioncom- Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Juanita DRIVE-UP WINDOWS WILL BE OPEN ON
pleted a graceful high-fashion Oakman, West Dory, Long Island -
the weekend with his father. silouette. ; Mrs. Doretha Starkes, SATURDAY FROM 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00

Hope to see all registered adult volunteers of Girl Scout The matron of honor was Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. Martha NOON FOR THE FOLLOWING BANK

Council of Tropical Florida, Inc., Ixora I and n at Neighbor- Mrs. Eloise Johnson, sister- Smith, Delray, Fla.; Eugene TRANSACTIONS ONLY:
hood Meeting, Monday, April 10, Carver Y at 4:30 p.m. in-law of the bride. Dexter, Bellglade, Fla. RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS

Eddie( ) Williams CHECKS CASHED FOR BANK CUSTOMERS
Turner
Get well wishes to Little Cheryl Sonny
It will be the 25th Anniversary Dance for the Royal 20's
Thelma Williams, Ellis Williams,Esther Bowne Kelly, ONLY
Woman's Club and their guests at Bayfront Park Auditorium,
Mrs. Virg1n1a GrantM rs.OItteUaHayes and Harrell WUUams. Friday evening, April 14. It promises to be a gala affair. RECEIVING LOAN PAYMENTS
Theme: "Memories are Made of This."
Mr. Edward Cherry returned home after a two weeks stayin

Sanford with his brother, Jack Lawrence, who underwent In Miami for the funeral of their brother, Maxwell Hinds FULL BANKING FACILITIES WILL CON-
surgery at the local hospital.Dr. were Mrs. Mae Eubands of Brooklyn,N.Y.and Mr. John Hindsof TINUE TO BE OPEN MONDAY THROUGH \
William Anthony Gaines, chairman of the Department directorof of Utila, Honduras. Other members of the family who joinedthe FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. AND
and also
Social Welfare atSt
and Augustine
sociology group were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Atkins, Mrs. Drucilla
the state's program for public school desegration is attend- Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mitchell, Nathaniel and Lessie ON FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M.
ing a director's institute in Miami sponsored the EOPI Office Blllingsley, relatives of the deceased widow and Mrs. Vera UNTIL 8:00 P.M.

of Education. downing and Mrs. Pearl Harris, friends from West Palm
Beach Fla.
James Bender of Lake Helen is vacationing here with his ,
aunt and uncle, the Leroy Browns and family.

Houseguesting with Mrs. Maggie Davis and other relativesfor ;
two weeks Is her niece, Gloria Davis of New York City. Shop at Your FrindlyMARKET ral
Virgil Ladson, the Brownsville boy who won a$3,500 scholarship
to attend Lawrencevllle Prep In New Jerseylast year
spent his spring vacation at his home, 3142 NW 56th Street. JOE'S l4JLINCOLN
The 15-year-old teenager has averaged B in math and Eng-
lish, and A in science--his favorite subject.He participated
, in football, baseball and wrestling. He wants to attend Mas-
sachusetts Institute of Technology and do scientific research The Best in Groceries, Meats and SundriesWe
for the government after graduation.The NATIONAL BANK
i St. Cecelia Choir of Gibbs Senior High School, St.
. Petersburg, will appear in concert on April 14 at the Mt. Feature or MIAMI

Zion Baptist Church.Houseguest First fully intttrated bo,1cIf the entire Souitttutnth -

f of the Henry T. Prices (Alva)during the Easter WISE POTATO CHIPSIn here t* the Mho Financial Center
from Baltimore Md. 6013 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone 7594431THE
.
holidays was her friend,Mary Chapman
": Popular Sizes
Mrs. Evelyn Souter and Mrs. Debris have left the city and
, are now enjoying a Florida vacation.

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 7. 1967

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By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross .r!
TIME TALK.--Big Jim Garrison, (New Orleans DIs-
SCHOOL SCOOPS trict Attorney) conspiracy charges In the assassination of :
President John F. Kennedy and the Orleans Parish County
Frank C. Martin Elementary School will present a delightful -
musical play entitled, "Who Stole the Tarts?" Grand Jury indictment of Clay L. Shaw, charging Shaw with
Mother wilfully and unlawfully conspiring with David W. Ferriesud-
The quaint and colorful costumes will depict the
Goose characters.The den death strangely) and Lee Harvey Osward to murder JFK, :
main characters are Queen-of-Hearts, Melissa Rolle; a great surprise Alabama's Governor Lurleen Wallace
Klng-of-Hearts, David Smith; Jack-of-Hearts, Eric Shootes; a + 11 (George's old Lady) order by a federal court to all Ala-
bama's schools Lurleen declined comment pending official -
Jack-Be-Nimble, Howard Johnson; King Cole, Gregory Lock-
man. notification of the ruling Naturally, she does not
The play will be presented in the cafetorium on Friday, at dig it. Wilt Chamberlain (basketball great) feted at the
8 p.m., April 7. Coma out and see how the mystery is sol- Phila Sport Writers Association's 21st Annual Awards Ban-
ved. Admission 25? elementary; 50$ high school;$1.00 adults. quet as gquet as the outstanding player of the year and Dave
Bing of the Detroit Pistons as Rookie of the year In the NBA ,

Twelve models denoting the seasons and 12 tables depict- Tuesday gone, Cassius Clay, after knocking out Zora
ing (be months, will highlight the second annual Calendar Tea Folley in the seventh round March 22, said Folley gave him
being sponsored by the PTA of Richmond Heights Junior High Neighborhood Federal Credit his toughest fight. Mean time DKarl Mildenberger of Germany ,1
School on April 9, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. retained his European heavyweight crown by beating
Parents and students will model in"The Parade of the Sea- Billie Walker in the eighth by TKO in Wembley, England
sons." Musical numbers will complete the program in the Union Now In Full SwingThe Tuesday, March 21. There is a Clay and Mildenbergerfight
school's auditorium.Blue brewing Eddie Cotton No. 2, light heavy ranked,
and silver trophies will be awarded to the decorators Culmer Neighborhood posit and Mrs. Elsie Jones beat Bobby Stimmoto in nine last Wednesday.
of the most descriptive tables. Refreshments will also be Federal Credit Union under clerk is receiving it. WHERE THE ACTION IS. .- Billy Daniels daughter,Yvonne,
served from these tables. the Economic Opportunity Culmer Federal Credit Union a Chicago radio station disc Jockey Gainesville, Fla.,
Support this event which will benefit another huge PTA pro- Program of Dade County is is located at the Culmer University of Florida co-ed Pamela Brewer, 18, recently put
ject. A donation of a dollar is requested. For information, now in full swing. Receiving Neighborhood Center, 490 NW on the carpet for posing nude for a sex magazine, dropped out
call Mrs. Marie McCall at CE 5-2186 or Mrs. Miriam Prattat the first loan from the mana- 11th Street, downtown Miami of school March 22, without comment. Sen. Thomas DoddD.
CE 5-2640. ger Mr. George Brown is Mrs. ( ., Conn.) conceded to Senate probers that he put$150,000
Eartha Copeland of 545 NW 12 We invite each member of th from fundraising events Into his personal bank account and
SOCIAL NOTES Street, to her left is Mrs.Cecommunity and clubs and or- used it for his personal use -- trips abrJUd and parties, etc .
Jacqueline L. Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore celia Dixon of 1348 NW 1st ganizatlon to save in your Newspapers gave it the fast brush : Iremember this \
Brown and Charles A. Lyons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ly- Avenue, No. 10 who was the neighborhood credit union to slogan when Iwas a kid, "When you are white, you are right,
first member of the Credit avoid high interest chargedbyUnion regardless."
ons were united in an afternoon ceremony on April at Mt.
Olive Baptist Church, South Miami. Following the ceremony, she is making a desmall loan companies.
the couple received guests at the bride's home.
On the preceding Sunday, the bridesmaids surprised Jackie -
with a linen shower. v
Mr. Lyons will be stationed with the Army company in Ken-
tucky. His wife, employed at Southern Bell telephone,will join
him later. N, Y'a' '
JERRY STERN pr r

Easter Sunday spelled surprise for La Francis Aikens when Owner j
62 well-wishers gathered for a birthday party ather home on
Coral Reef Drive. Given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Aikens (Dorothy), the splash-dance party marked her ROBERT'SMiami's
17th year. Clyde ,Brown, Betty Dukes and Joy Foy served as I
co-hosts. Only All-Nit.

Drug Store
Merle Lee Johnson and McArthur Bell were married on
Friday evening, March 31, at the home of the bride's uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wilson. Mr. Bell is the son of 590 W. FLAGLER ST. -'*-- "- "
Mr. and Mrs. George Bell. A reception followed at the homeof JOHN ESTHER. o 7 _
the couple's'friends, Mr. and Mrs Tom Pringle, in New PRESCRIPTIONSLUNCH JOHN L. ENGLISH] FAMILY IN EASTER PARADE. Mr.
Heights.A and Mrs. John English, he's an ex-Miami policeman, she'sthe
new baby, Trevor D'Enzo, Joined the ranks of the Cleve- former Esther Leonard, daughter of Irene Leonard of
land Paulk(Bernice) family in late March. 1603 N.W. 31st Street Miami. Hetr father is big EuzemarDoc
Mrs. Mary Coleman, sister to Mrs.Sylvester Dallas(Cora) ( ) Leonard. The J.L. Englishes, with their two lovely
was down from Yonkers, New York to visit Miami, and the children, a son, Ronald, and a daughter, teen-ager Ouida,
Richmond Heights area, during Easter week. enjoying the Fashion Parade of Fifth Avenue at Sjtreet.
Patrick Cathedral. They reside in the fabulous Bridge (cross
The community wishes to extend its sympathies to Dr. and Bronx) Apartments at 260 Audubon Ave., N.Y.C. Roney
Mrs. Herbert H. Greene (Vivian) oa the loss of her mother, L and Ouida love Rock and Roll music. Roney digs the
Mrs. Willie Buggs. Mrs. Buggs had been a resident of Bruns- 1 "Four Tops" and Bernadette" Ouida loves "Sam and
wick, Georgia. NOW SHOWING Dave" and the song,"When something's Wrong with my Baby."

Richmond Pool reminds you that "you're never too old to AfgVE IN THEATREs HIGHLIGHTS.--Adam Powell declined this week to accom-
learn" and invites you to Join its adult swimming classes. pany Dick Gregory to Chicago where Dick is a candidate for
They are conducted daily from 10 to 11:45 a.m. Admission i mayor because he vows, "I'm coming home to Harlem and
35?. Lessons are free. p I'm coming there first. Harlem will be my first stop on U.s.
THEY ALL soil ." Is it possible thatMuhamad All and Wilt(basket-
INSIDE OUR CHURCHES TALK FIGHT ball great Chamberlain are Duiicung< up a title fight between
themselves? Apollo Theater (125th St.) House
Visit Second Baptist Church when it observes Men's Day on Manager
April 9. The morning (11 a.m.) and afternoon (4 p.m.) speakers AND LOVE, JUST Andrew Neal and Shirley Hunter became man and wife March
Rev. Lester C. Albert and Rev. G. W. Phillips. will discuss ONE WAY... 13. The reception was at the famous showman's Lounge .
how and why "The Master Needs Men." Mr. Neal is a very likeable person. Honi Cole was best man. "
I TEEN CHATTER AND SOUL MUSIC SURVER.-The Mad
Lads' "These Sample Reasons'tl Love You) dedicated to
lovely Veronica Hicks of Fla. A&M (Coconut Grove's Mrs.
Alice Lumpkin's daughter) "Sam and Dave," "Hold On"
Medical Assistant .. under-aged, and "Something's Wrong with My Baby" fame are Miami's
over sexed.., f greatest national goodwill ambassadors deserving the city's
Nurses Aides Orderlies kick-happy.., Honor Medal Motown's Four Tops with "Bernadette"and
\.. thrill-hungry,,, "Martha and the Vandellas" with "Jimmie Mack," the
TRAIN NOW JOBS OPEN A JOOE and always willing/reckless hottest groups in the Rock and Roll field The Supremes'
roduC1o "Love is Here And Now You're Gone" to lovely contestant,
.: Mrs. Margie McCray Brenda and the "Tapulations"
TEEnAGE'IiAnG
and "Dry Your Eyes" dedicated to Charles (Rat) Johnson,
r Miami's gift to Brooklyn The Bar-B-Oue King .
qr DEBSNOW Chuck Jackson and Maxine Brown's hit, "Hold On, "keep-
ing high on the survey...Wislson Pickett's "IFound a Love"
SHOWING and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles with their survey bit
2nd BIG HIT "IThe Love I Saw in You was Just a mirage, "smashing attendance -
a C..P RH..s. records at 58th St. RKO Theatre with their big Easter
Show Jackie Wilson's "I Don't Want to Lose You, "de-
dicated to Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Hawkins (she's the former
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PHIL OSSOFERThe f'" ,, ,,";1 .i ")r;/' ",' \ a,


National Safety Council
says that drivers should hold
the steering wheel with both
hands: the left hand at the ten
o'clock position, and the right
hand at the two o'clock posi-
tion. If we do, the odds are 10
to 2 that we'll arrive safely.
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STANLEY "SWEETS" SWEETING Confusing bumper strips F

seen on a Volkswagen: Think '
LINE-O-TYPE SMALL" and"Fly Delta's BIG ?
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THE LITTLE RED BOOK: The Vietnam struggle could be jets." : :1 f
'. nearing its bitter end,but you'll check New York City's garment * * ( ,
center, you'll find many men's wear work rooms stacked Another set of bumper strips
high with freshly-made GI uniforms -- that didn't match (in my opin-
enough for a tenure of three more years. ion), were: "Keep Christ in
Phi Beta Sigma gifted those three Sweetheart Christmas" and "Don't miss
winners last Friday night during its gala a'di the races atBlank)Park." To
Bayfront Park dance, with three fabulous me the human race and betting
prizes a promised. First: Trip for two don't go together.
to Mexico City -- Edwina Moore Second ,; * * *
: Weekend for two in a Hotel Fontain- _!. "iJ. A smart manager is one who
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bleau suite -- Edith Glass. Third: La- i' : .,1 oversees everything and over
dies wrist watch--Nettie Jean Waller.Con ....,;.' 1/ ; looks nothing.
grats! .".,/ * *** *
Some people have their ups
NOTES ON A NAPKIN The and downs but I have downs
: swinging Mr. James Club-- ,
black and tan fantasy -- what with guys and dolls like William and ups. Seems like I always Edwina Moore "Miss Sigma Sweetheart" .
Boone Jennifer Palmer Jack Corbett Clarette have to before
Harris, William undergo I can
, Robinson, Lorraine Mobley, William Taylor,Betty Ellis, overcome. The Phi Beta Sigma's Sweet- beautiful Fontainebleau Hotel, All the contestant made a
Archie Langford, Bobbie Solomon and Leroy Pressley dedicated * *** hear Scholarship contest was and Miss Moore will be flying lovely appearance.
first-nighters The Marvels--a rhapsody in rhythm -- To live productively, one climaxed Friday night at the to Mexico City to spenda Watch for'' our 1968 contestthe
t three cocoa-colored, cheerful little eyefuls,with loads of soul, must get to know the ins and Sigma's and Zeta's annual Orchid vacation in the sun and to prizes will be bigger and I
sound and stocatto, that're the hottest female trio this side of outs of life. This is accom- Ball with the crowing of see the exciting bull fights. the girls will be as beautiful.
\ The Milky Way And I've got one little bit of warning for plished by developing the IN- Miss Edwina Moore as Sig- ,
those fabulous Supremes -- look out, the Marvels a'comlng. sight in order to Improve the ma's 1967 Miss Sweetheart.

SALT WATER TAFFY: Recommended: "A Time for Laugh- OUTlook. Pictured above are the six
* * *
ter" look at Humor in America Thursday finalists, with two contestants
-- a Negro -- April SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
6, NBC-TV at 10 p.m. featuring Harry Belafonte and leading Recently I was asked if I believed Misses Lula Moses and Shir-
Negro comedians The Charmettes are sporting lace ho- there are second-class ley Lynn, not shown. From left SPECIAL"'Cleaned
siery and mini skirts Saturday night, when they welcome invitational citizens. I answered,"Yes... to right are Misses Florence In Your Home
v guests at Bayfront Park's audit with their longawaitedMod they're the people who try to Nichols, Betty Moss, Nettie J. & Oiled
deny first-class citizenship to Waller, Edwina Moore, Edith *Adjust Tensions i
Ball. The gals advertised the outing as a semi-formal affair | '
but don't believe'em will loads of knees others. Glass and Estell White. Free Total '
--you see pretty * * crowned Needle & Belt Cost 1150
Edwina Moore
and well-shaped ankles floating around when those Charmette was
all Makes
Check All
An atheist have interest Wiring
4 sisters and their partners glide around the Gulfstream Room may no "Miss Sweetheart", Edith
from 10 til 2 in the ayem. in a life beyond this one, Glass took second place and 1 Year Guarantee & Models
i S, but some day he'll be dying to Nettie J.Waller finished third.
THE WEEK'S WASH: Coconut Grove's dynamic and color- know about it. Miss Waller received a beau-
" ful civic leader, Fr. Theodore Gibson, Episcopal priest of tiful watch, Miss Glass will 634-6242
, Christ Church, took Dade County Supervisor of Nurses Thel- ,be spending a weekend at the
ma Anderson before his own altar Sunday,where they became
FATHER and MRS. Member of a pioneer Coconut Grove family Mrs. Range to
Miss Anderson became Mrs. Gibson during a Low Sun-
day ceremony at 11:30 a.m. A Key West Episcopal priest did
the honors while Theodore Gibson Jr.served as his dad's best Host ReceptionFor

man. The bride's sister, Rose, stood as bridesmaid. William ,\ ,
Robert Taylor and his estranged squaw Inez, patching. ,it Florida .'J I ,! "i
''''up over a mid-day luncheon in Downtown Walgreens. t J C y N)

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reception "0 pen to the ;
people" for Dr.Royal W.Pur- '
year, president of the Florida r
Memorial College,will be held
by Mrs. Athalie Range on Sunday 4
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April 16 at 4 p.m. at her
home, 5727 NW 17th avenue.

Florida Memorial College is
the 75-year-old four year liberal -
arts school which is relocating
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.tr- from St. Augustine to
JENNIFER WILLIAM BETTY Miami in 1968. Dr. Edward T. 4 Jr
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Graham, minister of the Mt. /
STUFF AND SUCH: Retired patrolman-booking officer-bailiff Zion Baptist Church is chairman -.
Alexander McDowell, standing deep down on East Flagler St. of the Board of Trustees.In .
ogling up at the town's towering skyscrapers, un-noticed by >, a
the passing throng that the ex-officer was one of the most effective announcing the lawn partyat
on the Miami Police Department... April Is "Teacher her home, Mrs. Range Indicated -
Career Month" .The Aaron(Roslyn) Bethel's birthday her purpose in inviting
party-ed their daughter, Din, last Sabbath on her third birth- the community by stating that
oliday in their Coconut Grove palace. Dia's sister playmate''''Florida Memorial College will

is Angie The Raymond(Lena)Heasties hosted NassauvianNora be a tremendous opportunityfor
Knowles, the nurse, and daughter Peggy,during the Eas- the expanding Negro com-
ter holidays Ervin and Ernestine Edwards are grand- munity in Greater Miami.
parents. Their daughter Ervaline gifted them with a little
pink cherub, Adria Renee, March 23 at 7:39 p.m. in Cedarsof "Even though the College is
Lebanon. Ervaline is Mrs. Adrian Watson. predominantly Negro at the
present time, we envision that

SWEET TREATS: The Dade County (Florida) Classroom this school will be open to
Teachers Association's 17-story non-profit reitrement high- everyone regarldess of race,
rise on beautiful Biscayne Bay is more than one-third com- creed or color." ,
pleted, and is expected to open ahead of schedule on July 5. Quoting a statement by Ba-
Mary Kemp celebrated another ((1) natal holiday April 4, but hamas' Pre m I e r Lynden O.
her social club the Manhattan 20's enjoyed the occasion more PiiKfling upon the latter's appearance DISCOVER the fun of
at the Diamond Jubi-
them at her home in Floral
than she, what with her entertaining
Park Heights. But she did enjoy a special birthday dinner lee dinner for the College last flameless electric outdoor living. ,
Mar. 8 Mrs. Range con-
on last Sunday, sponsored by friend,Lola Johnson, in Lola's54th year ,
tinued that education will be
Street abode LesterBoggisbas hung up his business ''f
for "People -- not color and world of fun for whole Outdoor electric
family.
shingle Lester's Custom Tailors -- along Seventh Avenuein Open up a new your
Florida Memorial will '
the heart of Edison Center. College lighting fixtures will glamorize your garden, patio, terrace or poolside .
help emphasize education in
THINGS I NEVER KNEW: That Mrs. Norman (Myrtle) Bul- 'human relations and human yet cost so little. ,

lard has been promoted to Head Teacher of Headstarts (5-yr- values'something that is sore- Electric rotisseries and grilles make cookouts a family picnicdayor
olds) of Dunbar and Earlington Heights Elementary Schools ly needed In. today's social night.
That NorthwesternSenior High's principal Samuel O'Tanner milieu."
Cohen was christened Samuel Cohen, but upon graduationfrom See your electrical contractor, appliance dealer, or lighting store now.THERE'S .
BTW high school,he had no middle name to put on the invites ,
and since he was a painter by trade, they gave him the EXCITING EVENING '
name O'Tanner after the artist. That David Dobbs is left 1-'",:
handed but wears his wrist watch on his left hand. That A Spiritual Tea is being spon- NO MATCH FOR'r'
Delores Jackson-Bryant, cashier in Opa-locka's Army and sored on Wednesday evening, ., FLAMELESS ELECTRIC... e
of the most proficient in the Army and Navy April 12, at 8 p.m.at the home v ;'II
Navy Store is one 6 A ./... break with fh. p. t
chain. That Golden Age Clubmusic and song director Mrs. of Mrs. Virginia Grant, 1415
Josie Roberts, formerly headed the music department at Be- NW 69th Street.
thune-Cookman College. That's it brother,from your one, You and your friends are invited FLORIDA' POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
man-newspaper, who knows everybody and everybody's racket, to come and enjoy an HELPING BUILD fLOHIDAI
but who wants to say a kind word about Rockin' Rogers, the evening of excitement and true
WAME disk jock, who really sends 'em via his network. entertainment.
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GARDENIA CIRCLE

CLUB MEETSThe

Gardenia Circle Club
I met at the home of Mrs. Eve-
lyn McAllister.A f t e r the devotional -
Y services, the club was
called to order by the vice pre-

11 l1 sident, Mrs. Corinne Huston.
During this time, old and new
Vu BY DAVE BONDU
business was discussed.Plans
--j are being made for the club's
annual tea which is to be held
, While riding on the Beach the other night, we encountered the second Sunday in May at
hundreds of teenagers of all races and creeds,virtually hang- the St. John's cafeteria at NW
ing on the streets. They were quiet,not bothering anyone, just 13th Street.
gathered together for Easter vacation and wanting to be a part
of the "crowd. It was quite unlike the problems that Fort After the meeting, the club
Lauderdale has with these youngsters, and we understand that went into its usual social hour.
Nassau was just as full. Yet, you look at these "men and wo- The social hour was enjoyedby
men of tomorrow" and wonder where their parents are. You everyone. The next meeting / : E
wonder if they know where these youngsters are and what they is to be held at the home of '
are doing. Some of these girls and boys looked to be fourteen, Mrs. Ella McElmurray,North
fifteen, and they are off on their own.The impression that I got Miami Beach. :
was that the parents are too busy,themselves,to take time out .
for the "old fashioned" family gatherings Easter and other Mrs. Edna G. Smith is pre-
vacation times, and to take the kids to movies and other placesof sident and Mrs.Helen K.Ward t
enjoyment nights.Not has the"little old is reporter. r
only grandmother"of ___ r
,
.-.. -- t..AII y "'T"'" .....-
yesteryear gone out of style, but the little old mama and
paper are sitting in the clubs and on the bars and the kids are The members of the Miami Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity are in
looking out for themselves. I believe in times changing and all the process of completing the plans for the Black and White Ball.
of that jazz, but how far can we go with our children.In The brothers are: Seated Caleb Crosby, Robbie Wright, Herbert Ammons,. G.
my day, when a group of youngsters went out of the city Homer Thompson, Oscar Edwards. First row, standing left to right Irving Hendrix,
together, there was a chaperon. They had planned activitiesand Walter Anders, Robert Seniors, Frank Jones, Alphonso Burnside Samuel Johnson.
did not just mill about on corners and sleep wherever they Second row, standing left to right Douglas McKinnon, Donald Hollis, C. Sullivan//
could. They say that the good old days are gone. I lived through Culver, Alonzo Fannin, T. L. Lowrie. Not shown in the picture are Dr. W. A. Patterson -
them and I say,"what good old days?"Olden days were just as
E. W. Burrows, Bennie Samuels, Ivan McCaskill.
wild, with the Charleston, Black Bottom, Trucking, The Ca-
pones, The street shootings, etc., but we call this the "wild-
est age of all." It is so because we do not give our children as .-
much of our own time,and they have to bring themselves "up". ,++f' THE LIBERTY CITY ELKS KELP HELP HELP
Yet, they are not all wild. There are lot of good kids out there
who want to do something good and want to be somebody, but Present REV. ROOSEVELT
they must be a part of the crowd.What crowd? A crowd that FRANKLIN
The master of the Hammond
the family knows or just a crowd? Good and bad thrown in. Organ, singingstar
There is usually one bad apple in every barrel. Do you know + of the Warner Brothers, motion picture: Of Macon, Georgia
which one is in your youngsters group? In these times, parents "Wind Across the Everglades man of DIVINE
have to work to have any kind of comfort, and they must SPIRITUAL HEALER
work to keep alive. They are tired when they come home from many voices.RufUS Jesus Is truly giving vie
work, and the greatest desire is to eat and go to bed. BUT, we Louis R. Mathis, E.D. epi- "Mr. Soul" Beachamand tory to many, many people'
must make some effort to keep our youngsters occupied. demiologist at the Dade County problcmt.
Somewhere in each group of friends, there is a parent who Health Department, leaves his Swinging Group every weekend. SUCCESS CAN BE YOURS.See .
might be able to chaperon them this time,and the next time is Sunday to attend a V. D. pro- have or a special write me today.for I
yours. Our youngsters will appreciate our interest,in the long gram Supervisor's Workshop every troubled message soul. Last
run. There are a great number of them on the streets who actually which is to be held on April weeH many many people
feel that no one cares what theydo, so they do it.Rightor 3-7 in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. I THE 'OPTIMISTICCLUB were helped by my special
wrong, they do a lot of things to attract attention. All they Mathis will be the only Negro PERSONAL I be selected read on Bible Special reading to
want Is a pat on the back or a scolding, just so they know you attending the workshop READER If you want to be delivered Days.
care what they do or what happens to them. Regardless of how which is a prerequisite to promotion SPIRITUALIST is having Dinner quickly Send $1.00 and
you think about it, a child feels loved when he is chastized for to supervisory status. AND ADVISOR. Advittt a .stampeds.lf-addressed en- y
something he did that was wrong.I know that from experience, This will be another In a series in all affairs of life. She Sale at the home of VrllvV0KOOSEVELTFRANKLIN
and would suggest that all parents try it. There are a lot of rebellious of "firsts" in his career con help you, no matter
children in this world, but love and care can be one with the Florida State Boardof what your problem may 1251 NW 61st Street
of the most beautiful things that could happen to him, or her. Health. One of the firstNe- be. Be lure to tee this 630 MORROW AVENUE
I am not telling you to whip your child for every wrong thinghe gores to be hired by the statein Card and Tea No. 4, Saturday night MoconGo.Ph SH 5-6475
does; nor am I telling you that you should cater to his wans 1960 to work in the V.D. gifted lady. You will get these
at all times, but to spend a little time getting to know what he, program, he was transferredto reading by appointment. April 8. SpecIal SUet BIble
wants out of life; who he is out with, and where he is when he Miami upon completion of CALL: 3712357. verse, By R.tum Moll
is out If this is all you can do for a child, he will appreciatethat his training in interviewing -
and he will be a better man or woman for it. I am not t and investigating, and has
saying that it will help in all cases,either, but when you haveen.of I worked for the last seven
yourself and your time to your child, what he grows up I years as the only Negro stateemployed SAVE UP TO 43% 1t %i Call
to be is not really your lauit. IOU can only give mm me basisfor epiaemouogist at ON I
his life, and where he goes from there is up to him. But at the localhealthdepartment.He Auto InsuranceLiability I
can you say, you did your best? Think it over. has been lauded for his t CHARLESROGERS
outstanding work with South PhysicalDamage
PRETTTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Tom Jones (old fashioned Florida's migrant workers '
"truant officer") whom he served as a special SR 22 FilingNo :
PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Azzie Lee Hunt liaison in the improvement of One Refused
health services rendered them GOOD DRIVERSNo
GOLFER 0 F THE WEEK: Charlie Sifford(5th in GreensboroPGA by the Dade County Health De Finance( Chargeas AT PL 1-7502
) partment. Mr.Mathis recently little
While we are on the soap box about youngsters, it is a joy returned from West Palm as
to see our young ladies"sprucing up,"even to go t o the store. Beach where he participated in ISDOWN For A Good Buy on
Haveyou noticed how they have started dressing?You very sel- a seminar in Epldemoilogic AT SHELL'S CITY
dom see our ladies with rollers In their hair on our streets, Management, and upon his return (South Door) A Piano Organ
and even if you have on shorts, we have become conscious of from Atlanta,will assume ,
our appearance. At the bus stops,you find high heels and even his duties in the supervisory, PLAZA INSURANCE
gloves, and when I mentioned it to another fellow, he sez, capacity. Mr. Mathis is mar- AGENCY Scott Stereoor
"well, more of our people are working on integrated jobs, ried to the local school mann, Phone: 754-4951
and are becoming aware of clothes." I don't know if this Is Ode Lee, and the father of
the main reason,'or not, but I sure like to look at these pret- three children. 5941 NW 7rfr Avenue Orchestra
ty girls all dressed up, and I am sure I am not alone in this
"girl watching." Instruments

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: The Miami Urban League is
sponsoring a Fashion Show, at Burdines on May 13th. Ad- 2 Locations to Serve You!
mission will be $3.50,so get your tickets now to help this wor- -
thy organization. You'll hear more about it as time grows -
nearer Speaking of May 13th, that is the birthday of Joe -
Louis and Jockey Jack Gibson Mother's Day is on Sun-
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day, the 14th. Remember her, if she is still with you if Paradise
not, at least wear a white flower for her. Seems that the Dugie's t
North Dade Golf Course is in hot water for tying to run a
"public course" without all of the public. The Par & Birdie 2966 NW 47th St. 633-9396 I '
Club held a tournament there once, and several of us have utr :
played it since, but all of a sudden they want to exclude the AND
"Negro public", because of what they call complaints from
the membership. Suddenly, too, there was an incident. What Dugies Guest House
incident? We suggest that they either become private(sinceno
public funds were used to build or keep the course), or go 2941 NW 47th St. 634.3851
all public. Nuff said. The city of Miami Fire Department
is making rounds checking on fire hazards in homes in our

area. Welcome them, and they will help you with whateverfire There are no better rooms on earth, than the
hazard may have that you are not aware of.Two of
you
them stopped by our house, and they were very nice. The rooms you will find at DUGIE'S I PARADISE. VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS

James Club is still swinginganditseemsour little "sermon"of is believing. The accommodationsyou'll
last week made a lot of folk ashamed of themselves. Seeing thi Corner NW 54th St.. & NW 3rd Ave. 751-7502
GOOD! .Did you see the new front of the Soul Place? Really receive, you will find only in s Or2010* Biicoyne BM. Miami FR 7-0401(

jazzy, huh? The Knight Beat is still closed. Jllly's brother. In Broward Call JA2-5niorvi.it
running full swing with Sam Early and his group still there
That is it for this week, so till the next one, LIVE LIFE Jamaica Dugie, Always a Friend. 1103 East Los Olas Blvd. Ft. Lauderdale JA 5-3716
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-- The children of the EOPI's South Miami Child Opportunity Center got a gooa"taste"
I AA'f of Easter The Easter baskets, filled with all kinds of candy and fruit,
SPELLI NG BEE WINNERS I AT WEST DUN
were donated by Brownie Girl Scout Troops No. 673 and No. 456 from St. Theresa
During the week of March 20- second grade.Sheila Williams, Williams, champion, fifth School in Coral Gables. A group of troops in the Coral Gables area have token the
24, West Dunbar Elementary second runner-up, Zandra grade. Bruce Gettlement,first Coconut Grove and South Miami Centers of the Economic Opportunity Program, agency -
school held its annual SpellingBee. Dalles, first runner-up; Lon- runner-up, Tyrone Lamar, that fights the war on poverty in Dade County, as their special service protect.;
Above are the winners. nie Williams, champion, first champion fourth grade.Congratulations This Easter Basket project is only one of the many ways that these troops have
from each grade. grade. Karen Brown, second to the winners helped, Other troops collected clothing and toys; some older girls are planningto
Left to right, first row Dorothy runner-up; Teresa Wright, and all participants in the and skills. \
Milton, second-runner- first runner-up Annette Spelling Bee. Miss Ethelene shore cooking sewing
up, Willie West, first runnerup Abrams school and sixth grade Evans was chairman of the
; Cynthia Abrams, champIon champion. Gregory Cannon, committee with Mr. Neil Walden Miss Anderson
Weds
third grade. second runner-up,LoulsJohn- C.!.as her assistant.Mrs. Father Gibson
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Louise Branch, first runner- son, first runner up Cheryl Grace Albert, principal. 'flielma Vernell Andersonandthe ty -Program board.- attended George- Washington
up; Vanessa Powell,champion j Rev. Theodore R. Gibson, The militant civil rightsleader Carver High School, St.Agnes
were married Sunday in Christ is die son of Mrs.Eff ie Russell School of Nursing,Raleighand
I West Dunbar Fourth Six Weeks Honor Roll ;Episcopal Church. 14860 Harrison St., and Teachers College at Columbia
Father Gibson, rector of the late Charles Gibson. He University, New York City. A
The faculty and administration Grade Six Annette Abrams, derson, Janice Hill, Phillis t Christ Episcopal Church InCo- attended Washington High Dade County Public Health
of West Dunbar Elemen- Ella Mae Berryhill, Ella Mae Holder, Rick Holder, Shirley conut Grove, served as president attended Booker T. Washington nurse, she is a member of Dis-
tary'school proudly announces Dondry Brown, Karen Brown, Holt,Judy Howard,Lucia Mar- I of the NAACP here for High School, St. Augus- trict 28,Florida Nurses Association -
the names of the pupils who Paulette Brown,Rodney Clark, rero, Arthur McKinzey,David ]10 years. He is now a memberof tine College in Raleigh, N.C., and Chi Eta Phi nurses'
maintained honor roll average Peter Clifton, Lovetta Clark, Moore, Anna Nerys, Dwight c the national board. He is a Bishop Payne Divinity Schoolin sorority.
for the fourth six weeks. The Valda Cole, Luz Cruz, Geo- Region, Nancy Thomas, Al- member of the Florida Committee Petersburg, Va. After a wedding trip to Jamaica -
names are listed in alphabetical rgina Davis,Rosetta Fulmore, phonso Wesley, Allen Williams : on Law Enforcement The bride is the daughter of the couple will live at
order according to their Jill Ford, Clarence Hen Jr., and Theresa Wright. and Administration of Justice Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Anderson 3401 William Ave., Coconut
respective grade group. .1.1EDDIE'S and the Economic Opportuni- 14920 Jackson St. She Grove.
Grade One Zandra Bailes, I
Karen Barker, Adron Butler,
Jorge Guzman, Andrea Nealy, STARTERS jT"" "A
Merritt Oliver, Ronald Sands, ,DRUGS
Lonnie Williams, Shelia Williams BATTERIES bflTWWEST", AUTO MARINE SUPPLIES..
Delores UTO N.I rVi Y to.SIN MINI MT.N/
Young. ""
GENERATORS
Grade Two Wilbert Adams, New location; *
Jenette Barr, Everett Bonner, \ 4 VOLTAGE
Freddie Boone, Robin Boyer, REGULATORS
Louise Branch, Morris Bric- SOLENOIDS
kel, Betty Brown, Benjamin
Bryant, Jake Cade, Mark TRI-ARTS REPAIRING
Cheeks, JacquelynDelancy,
Ivory Joe Dukes, Anna Maria
Ellis, Christine James, Far- MEDICAL BUILDING --NORTHWESTAUTO --
Ellis, Christian Isaac, Far-
rington James,Beverly Jame
son, Roslyn Johnson, Gloria 1001 NW 54th St and MARINE SUPPLIES
Lugo, Robert McKnight,Chas.
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Kim Stanley, Clayton Starr, AUTHORIZED DEALER FORMARY
Shirley Thomas, Cheryl Tur-
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Jackson, Carolyn Julian, Ma- POWER
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Green,Otis HudsooMiltonJln- BOAT RESIN ( Qt. Gal.) 1 CAN PREMIUM
kIDs; Chandra Kearse, Rick-
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Paulette Ballard, Rena Kiddies AUTO PAINTS (Qt. Gal.)
Brown, Isazell Clark, Deborah Day Nursery FIBRE GLASS CLOTH
Crittendon, Harolyn Fra- \ e l IUB
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are here to help you. Infants kept doily THIS WEEK'S .
Won't you stop in and inspect the surroundings
CENTER VILLAKINDERGARTEN of your child, as it is important to you. SPECIAL O

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I Sport Scene THE LA :. Mpot

JENLYN L. FREEMANI County'sI |f ti
BY PORTERM. DAVIS, JR.Lauderdale's .
would like to say something to the parents who have I BY NATHANIEL WILKERSON

children going to school. I have found out that a lot of our colored last
... fW n ggjgi Hjllljg pfj 'T jgy &mHBipi.. .... tempo was brightly week with
children can't read well. Some are one, two and even three "A Touch of Sparkle" created by the ever"lovely to look at"
reading levels behind the grades they are in. It is very important : GOLD TROPHY TENNIS TOURNAMENT AT SUN LAN J)PARK Le Jeune Models who were presented most elegantly in the
that our children learn to read and understand what Sweeting Foundations's Annual Fashion Show and Dance stagedin

they read well, if they are to survive in the society today.I ., A county-wide Invitational Gold Trophy Tennis Tournament the Dwight Rogers Room of the Governors Club Hotel. The
personally think that Its past time that we as parentsdid : will be conducted at Sunland Park on April 15 beginning at 9 event attracted guest from all along the gold coast West Palm

something. about helping our children overcome this: a.m. This tournament will be composed of two divisions: 12 Beach to the Keys. This was the Foundation's second time
handicap. One way we can help Is by making use of our: through 14 years old and boys and girls 15 through 17 years presenting the Le Jeune Models and guest In attendance would
public libraries, and taking out some of the thousands of certainly sanction a third performance after last week's pre-
books that are at our disposal without any cost to us at old.The registration fee per person'is only 50?. The deadline sentation. Gold throated Miss Lillian Small was a charmingM.

all. So parents, I urge you, I beg you, please let's investa : for registration is April 12 at 12 noon. C. decorated In a dress of many colors. During his usual
little more in our children, not money, but TIME. And I, Lovely gold trophies will be presented to first, second and "so cool" interference as narrator-agitator, Guy Gouglas
remember the teachers can't do our part. Because they third place winners'in both the boys and girls divisions. For Marshall was at his best with comments about the lovely las-

too need our cooperation desperately in helping our child further information please call Sunland Park at JA 5-2772, ses which voiced the male guest sentiment completely. Guy

ren to become useful citizens of tomorrow. ext. 373.LEARN. had a particular flair for "Black and White" as paraded by

models Sonya, Regine and Vicki. The music for modeling was

Broward EOCH NotesFOSTER TO SWIM PROGRAM well in hand asoldproEverettEdwardstouched the keyboard.The .
sophisticated sounds of the professional Three was in tune
Registration is now being taken for summer learn to'swim to the elegance of the room with its many chandeliers. Our
GRANDPARENTS AT FULL-STRENGTH Mrs. program at Sunland Park Pool. Classes will be set up on a hats are off to Katherine Ruff in who coordinated the show and
Mary C. Crum, acting director of the Foster Grandparent two week basis beginning June 12 at 8 a.m. the others who made it a success-all for a worthy cause--the
Program, reports that the second group of foster grand- There will be a registration fee of 50f for city residents; Sweeting Scholarship Fund. The music for dancing was provided -
parents have completed their two weeks of training which $1.00 for county residents. Avoid the last minute rush, register by The Royal Dukes of Rhythm. Among the many guests
consisted of orientation classes and observation in an actual now. Check your local schools for registration dates. clad beautifully and handsomely viewing the evenings pro-

school classroom setting under the supervision of class- Help us waterproof our town! ceedings were: Betheria Sears of Miami Beach, Florida;
room teachers. They are now all permanently assigned to a Mrs. Harriet R. Williams also of Miami, Sandra E. ILong

job location. SECOND ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT Irene Moore, Willie L. GFreeman, Carla Long, James Jackson
The full complement of 114 foster grandparents as pro- R. J. Barnes, L. J. Foster, M. E. Dorsey, Henry W.
vided in the federal grant, has been reached and recruitmentis The Recreation Department and Playgrounds of District in Knight, Mrs. Mattie Lowe, Levi Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Na-

no longer necessary; however, applications are still being sponsored its annual Easter Egg display and. Egg Hunt at thaniel Smith, Mrs. Jane Harvey, Mrs. Ernestine L. Robin-
received by the Grandparent Porgram Office and a waitinglist Sunaldn Park Good
Friday.
son, Mrs. Naomi Sam, Mrs. Mattie Lee Jones, Mrs. Reba
of 34 qualified people are eagerly awaiting opportunity Prizes to winners in the contest.
were given decorating Moss, Johnnie Shivers, Jr., Carrie L. Shivers,John Kennedy,
to join the program.A For the prettiest egg display,first"The Wedding of the Eggs" Yvonne Kennedy, Arnold Smalls, H. Edward Huteimm, Mr.
second 'workshop' is planned for the month of March
made by Nettie Wilkerson;second"Mr.andMrs.Easter Bunny" -
and Mrs. H. F. Ramson Dorothy Beasley Mattie Roundtree
,
and will be held at the Fort Lauderdale High School. The
Colleen Wilkerson and third "The Animal Go Round"by
Charlie Gregory and Theodore Potter Mr. and Mrs. Eugene -
,
workshop will last for three days and during this time both
Nettie Wilkerson, all of Sunland Playground. Bright, Mrs. Mavester White and Edward Hutchins.The .
groups will set together in small groups, exchange ideas, Most original egg display "Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater"by
and discuss their experiences with the children.A
Glenda Reese of North Fork Playground.
Dillard School favored stir-
High family was by a very
luncheon is also being planned: as part of the Workshopand The display telling the best story, first "Jack & Jill", ring message delivered by Mr. Joe L.Smith,a member of the
Is scheduled for March 17th St. St. Patrick's
Day. Cynthia James of Lincoln Playground; second "The Easter
Everglades Juncor High School faculty on Monday, April 3, In
Parade", Cynthia James of Lincoln Playground and third Dillard's gynatorium. Mr. Smith's topic was "Leisure Time-
NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES PERSONNEL CHANGED In a "Easter Float"
place Patricia Wilkerson of Sunland Playground "
Constructive Time. The program was sponsored by the Future -
re-organizational move, Beauregard Cummings and Arthur
Homemakers of America in observance of FHA Week.
Nichols Multi-Services have been named oo-directors of the Neighborhood Judges for the egg display were Mr.Doretha Moran and Mrs. The local PTA's will be represented at the District Meetingto
Pprogram. will all
Cummings supervise activities Nettie Fields.
be held in Homestead Florida on Saturday April 8th. The
,
in Central and South Broward, while Nichols will be Over 800 and in
boys girls elementary and,junior high school
of the is to for
purpsose meeting plan a merger.
responsible for North Broward and Davie.In participated in the egg roll, relays and the big, big egg hunt.
addition to his duties as supervisor of the Carver Ran- lincoln playground wins 3 CITY-WIDE CHAMPIONSHIPSTow
ches Child The Elks Lodge of Fort Lauderdale begins its weekend of
Development Center, Roland Benson will serve as
festivity on Friday April 7th with dance sponsored by
night
a
Area Coordinator for Carver Ranches and will work with boys teams and one girl team captured the District in ,
Mary Washington who will be the Rosettes. On Saturday night,April 8,theMt. Herman AME
responsible for the Hallandalearea. citywide championships. The two boy teams 11 and under and
Joe L. Smith will assist both and will also Church will sponsor a fashion show and spring how beginningat
spend two 12 and over were spearheaded by Reginald Foster, Alvin
10 On 9th the band of Dillard
Sunday April
p.m. parents
days per week as job counselor with the Florida State Em- Odoms, Larry Clayton, Leroy Rueland, Soloman Copeland and ,
High School will sponsor a dance for teenagers from 5 p.m.
ployment Service in
Hollywood. Raymond Kuma will be In Dennis Foster, eleven and under.
charge of the Hollywood-Dania-Camp Blanding area and will Maple Carter, Carl EWilcox, Eugena Sally, Nathaniel Davis until 8p.m.Mrs. .
be assisted by Jim Crum and Laurie Needle. and Edward Sumlin twelve and over. The girls barrage was led
Alzora Simmons Miss Sharon Holloway andMrs.Susie
Gloria Robinson will have the responsibility of the Central by Deborah LaFavors, Cynthia James, Denise McGowan and ,
of Ft. Lauderdale to the Bap-
Holley were the delegates
area, assisted by Lois Hutchinson and Edris Rbosinson. Barbara Palmer. among
Robert O'Brien and John Landers will continue in their position tist State Convention in Orlando this week at the Metropolitan
Baptist Church pastored Rev. Jethro W. Toomer.The .
by
as directors of the Pompano Beach and Deerfield EASTER EGG HUNT
Beach Centers" res pe ctivel y.
Vera Poitier has been assigned the task of Public Affairs Committee of the NorthwestYMCApresents -
coordinating the Over 30 junior-senior high school boys and girls partici-
Mrs. Power Sharretts executive director of the Mental
activities of the ,
Child
Development Centers as operated pated in the Easter Egg hunt and
games on Friday, March 24
Health Association of Broward Its 12th
through the Neighborhood Services Programs. at 4 p.m. at Sunland Park. County, Inc. as April
Hungry Club speaker. Mrs. Sharretts' topic will be "Bro-
These young people enjoyed taking part In such activitiesas ward's Mental Health in Orbit." The public is Invited. Please
speakers were In about some egg relay egg roll and egg toss. The winners accumulated
call for reservations before if to attend -
on or April llth you plan
22 different classrooms Dr. 110 points to the losing teams' 106
Carver points. Some of the win-,
this luncheon. Call 523-2444 between the hours of 9 a.m.
David Lehman Jr. spoke on ners were Carolyn Sheffield Lewis
Rosalyn John Patterson, and 9 for luncheon
medicine; Mrs.Sue Davisnur-, Ray Bradley, James Brooks and Nick Daniels. Those put- p.m. reservations.

Ranches i sing; Atty. Alcee Hastings, Ft. ting up great efforts on the losing team were: Alonzo Fuller,

Lauderdale, law;Music--Mr. Terry Foster, Frank Black,Nathaniel Bowens,A.C.Matthews
News R. Davis; Teaching -- Mrs. and Gloria Odum.
Mary Mitchell;barbering, Mr. MIZELL STUDIO

&y Walur Bow. Walter Bowe;engineering,Mr. ADULT SEWING
G. Uslam; cosmetology, Mrs. The Starlight Lodge No. 542 [1050 N. W. 6ih AVENUE
Lanier Junior High School of Carver Ranches will meet CLASSES OFFERED
Jacqueline Singleton; sports,
held Its annual Job Opportu- Mr. Bobby Felts. Friday, April 7 at 8 p.m. at Attention all ladies living in ;T1 KAUDERDALE: FLORIDA

nity Week from March 27 to the Masonic Hall on Pembroke Ft. Lauderdale. You may register -

30. Theme: "Your FutureGeneral coordinators: Mr. now for adult sewing

Unknown--Unexplored." Orr, Mrs.Fitz, Mrs.A. Johnson : The VFW Post No. 8195 will classes at Sunland Park Recreation -

On Wednesday, March 29, 9 Mrs. B. H.RhoneandMr.. have a fish fry Saturday night, Center.
a.m. to 11 a.m. Career Day B. Jones. April 8 at 4816 Pembroke Rd. Register any afternoon,Mon la Petite

day through Friday from 2 to
6 p.m. and Monday and thurs-

'' dr 1d'A VI day evening from 7 to 10 p.m. Beauty
Classes will start Monday,
April 10 and continue through

I' July 10th. Instructions given &
'
N on Monday and Thursdayfrom WigSalon
j 7 to 10 p.m.
V :
For more Information call

JA 5-2772 ext. 373. Mrs. Ada
Moore, instructor. 100% Human

PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY Wine
CITY-WIDE SOFTBALL AND WIG SERVICE Hair 9sCharlotte

Attention all boys and girlsIn

the Walker area. If you are Phillips, Wig Stylist
In elementary, junior high or
n. senior high school, you are I WIGS $40.00 UP
eligible to participate on a city
wide football team. Phone 5248261For

These teams are In the pro-
cess of being organized at Pick Up and Delivery

Walker Playground daily bet-
Pictured above is the beginning of a three evaluation at the Blanche
day session
ween the hours
of 2 and 6p.m. 1603 NW 6th St.
Ely High School. It was attended by many persons from colleges and secondary nights 7:30 to 10 p.m.

schools and many school officials. The group was well entertained by Contact Mr.MatthewSandersfor FT IAUDCROALC FLORIDA
Blanche Ely Chorus. Photo by Mizell further Information.




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MURDERS ROW WITH/ SPEED TO BURN -- Five members of the Florida A&M
Baseball squad whose power at the plate and speed on the basepaths have led the I

Rattlers to eight consecutive victories. Left to right are Thomas Lomack, TO//O-/ -
//lessee Charleston Bargman Miami Ted Taylor Miami Horace Lovett J
; ; ; Savannah,
The sounding of the gun set ter Egg Hunt. Who found the to supervise the events.
Georgia; and Robert Jackson, Tallahassee. off the annual Go-Cart race at Curtis Stevens found 21 eggs?

the Carver Branch Y.M.C.A. Everyone enjoyed the eggs and Many thanks go out to Walter
this past Saturday.There were punch after the grand hunt. Mitchell, arts and crafts in-
wome 230 to 300 kids and other Special thanks to Allan Blon- structor, who supervised the
Interested persons on hand to dell, Shirley Boddie,Billy Hall building and racing of the Go-
cheer their favorite racer on of the staff who were on hand Carts.
to victory. Out of the ten cars
entering the race, four were '
chosen for craftsmanship.You ATTENTION MOTHERS!!!
may think of all the necessaryequipmentincluding

lights, Your child can still get a foundation for
blinkers, and already equipped for school. All work is outlined same as
brakes but
these young fellas
had anywhere from manual Head Start work in public schools. Two

brakes to none other than meals daily, special care for infants.
his foot following a sharpe
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curve around the corner, he
replied, "no, just scuffed my Pick up and delivery.
shoes a little." Call Day or Night: 635-8384

Mr. William Wynn, Budget For Kiddie KarePROTEC"
Director of the United Fund
and a member of the YMCA
presented the Trophy in the
( YOUR FURNITURE
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Samuel
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Rodgers, Elementary Teacherat
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Phyllis Wheatley School and
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala. -- Some things to expect from a first taste of member of the YMCA FundRaising ; ,yo PLASTIC FURNITURE
professional football Is what veteran quarterback Fran Tarkenton (rightdiscusseshere ) Campaign presentedthe '' SLIP COVERS

with San Francisco FortyNmer draftee Walter Johnson (left) and James Hall. Trophy In the GoCartthe .. CRYSTAL MATT OAUCI CLIAt ,
i. Tarkenton former Minnesota Viking and with the New York awards for craftsmanship.Also ION LASTING 1
a now .Qjants( ,,;was at present at the affair was Fill IISI IT ANTPUUV I
I Tuskegee Institute to address the 13th annual A11-Sports Banquet. Hall and John Mr. Leroy Daniels, Crafts .UAIAMTIIDIHIP j

1 son, both Tuskegee Institute seniors, are from Panama City, Fla. and Lithonia, Go. Specialist at the North Miami pot M II r, p1.ETIN,.
respectively. They were drafted for linebacker positions. High School who Judged the UTIIAll WOIIIIAI.IN.., UI 'NI e1 NNE'1NI
Craftsmanship contest. ALUMINUM ,,II ISTIMATIS
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Winners of the G-Cart race SPECIALIZING
I Rattlers Install were first place, Bobby Ter- FIN All" MTIIH limit. SLIP IN PLASTIC COVERS LOST ON
WOOLWO IH'S rance and George Williams; EXCLUSIVELY A
second place, Primus Burly rNONti
Lights For and Donnie Murray; third House 01 Gretchen 314.5082
Laconic Jackson and
place,
Formerly Gretchen-Nichola* Plastic Coven

ilousewares'i i Night Games Jim Winners McGee. of the Craftsman .

ship awards were Mike McBride MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THE
and Rodrick Smith first
,C TALLAHASSEE Afterade- place; George Williams and MIAMI TIMES ARE TELLING YOU THEY
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1'M .1 .MM.W i 1L 2O" and 10x21" cade of daytime football in the third
Bobby Torrance, place APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH YOU.
: home stadium, the Florida
FRAMED PICTURE A&M University Rattlers will winners.Following the Go-Cart race THEY ARE COURTEOUS, DEPENDABLE.PI .
play all but one of their 1967
was none other than the Eas- FASE PATRONIZE THEM!
home games at night under the

I i ; ? i WAll PIAQIES lights bragg recently Memorial Installed Stadium.In 1OfJA

Athletic director and head (woiu "SilkyOIMM 'Uta 9M
coach Jake Gaither believes

11.rA! that night games will give '
more people the opportunity to eLM /iuyu, $'w Williwu, twtwt

>I see Rattler games."Nigh

Value to 1.S9 games should provide more of uotiatoz-S'dwMJi will wait Oft
A, our fans, especially those who you
y Decorative plaques with work during the day, the opportunity
'" white or brown plastic to see more games lOot j44ci in tU MI/MUM 01 9iue
.r frames. Assorted subjects. than they've seen in the past.
Use to brighten any room. Fans who have to travel far to
1ut At Mow Sewt e"o
see a game, can now take their Shop
time and be more relaxed by

game time." ctutofii TjMpuu S flJ tfMett.,

Night games tentatively
scheduled for 1967 include: S. "FABRICDISCOUNTS"
Carolina State College on Sept. I I
23, Southern UniversityonNov.
11, and BethuneCookmanCollege *A<< > r
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IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe RANGE .


memory of our dear mo- family of the late David Twine of 2947 NW 45

ther and mother-in-law ,, died March 28. Survi-
Street
DEATHS ".I .I
I CARDS MEMORIALS l y .
M ';tlr'f :
J vors are his wife, Edith; one
.. rr v y
(-1M f4 brother, Richard; three sis-
j; r' "\ t" ters: JessieBessie and Mae;

CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn ..' a niece, Mrs. Harriet Hart.
'
: The remains were shipped to

I family of the late the family of the late loving memory of our dear St. Augustine, Fla. for final
rites and burial.
beloved mother
MR. MAXWELL HINDS

of 1758 NW 59th St., Miami, .f'
t Wilma Porter of 1795 NW 58
wish to thank the many friends I.J"I' ;# Street, the sister and sister-
for all their deeds of kind- ,; ; in-law of Rev. and Mrs. P. D.

ness and expressions of sym- ..:. 'oil Brantley, died March 28. She
pathy through our hour of bereavement .", '
is survived by a daughter,Carol -
.r" and a special
SYRENA JENKINSwho Denise; four sisters:Mes-
.
thanks to the pastor and con- L departed this life April ELIZABETH DARLING dames Mary Gathers, Louise

gregation of Bethany Seven 6, 1951. We shall at all times WALKERof Woods, Jessie Crosby and Lillian -
Day Adventist Church and also remember your last words: 1109A NW 68th Street who Brantley. Funeral ser-

to the Range Funeral Home r SMA "When I die,don't die with me, departed this life March 22, vices will be held Thursday,
and staff. May God bless you but keep on living." 1967, wish to thank their many April 16th at 4 p.m. at Israel

Flora Brown friends for the cards, tele- Primitive Baptist Church.
all.Mrs.
flowers and other
grams,
Helen
Anna Belle Hinds and Aikens
Family Jake Jenkins courtesies which were extended Alfred Rokerofl412NW 63rd

Carrie Jenkins to them duringtheir sorrow. Street died March 29. He Is

Mary C. Wright Special thanks are extended to survived by his wife, Maude;

IN MEMORIAMIn Samuel D. Wright Rev. P.W. Williams ofSt.Luke two stepsons, Felix and Fred
MARY ARMBRISTERwho Baptist Church and congregation. Lavarity. Funeral serviceswere

loving memory of my beloved departed this life April EXPRESSION OF Special thanks to neigh- held Monday, April 3rd

wife and daughter 8 1962. Gone, but not forgotten. bors of Carver Village and at 1 p.m. in the chapel.
-- THANKSMrs. friends of NW 3rd Ave. and

Now the labourer's task is Marie Reid of NassauN. American Uniform and city Julian Wade of 1240 NW 64th
MRS. BEATRICE GIBSON over P. Bahamas, who has spent Laundry workers aU so many Streed died April 1.He is sur-

R.N. Now the battle day is past the past several months here thanks to Albert Funeral vived by his wife,Leola; three
are deeply grateful to the many Now upon the farther shore in Miami, during which time Home. children, Julius, Wesley and
friends and neighbors for nrYRP <
kind expressions of sympathy your f Lands the voyager at last. she had medical services at The Walker Carter Family Pamela; a father, Mr. Julian
Mt. Sinai Hospital. Wade Sr.; three brothers,
during her sudden passing on]I
March 21st at Jackson Memo- Earth to earth and dust to dust While recuperating she was Harry, George and Anthony;
rial Hospital. Calmly now the words we say, the houseguest of her sister IN MEMORIAMIn two aunts, Mmes. Leatha Bak-

Left behind we wait in trust and brother-in-law, Mr. and er and Wilda Mae Butler; one
Special thanks to the staff of loving memory of
Jackson Memorial Hospitalwho For the resurrection day. Mrs. Charles Higgs, 1601 NW uncle, W. C. Black; a grand-
labored diligently to t t Father in Thy gracious keep 64th Street, wishes to express RALPH EULEE SAWYERwho mother, Mrs.Amanda Barnes.
pre-
serve her life and to her pas- ing her sincere gratitude to all the departed this life April Funeral services will be held

tor Rev. Edward T. Graham, Leave we now thy servant kind friends who sent flowers, 7, 1966. Thursday, April 6th at 2 p.m.
sleeping.The cards paid visits and all other In
and the officers and membersof Our little systems have their the chapel.
courtesies that were so gra- day
Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
Also the Nurses Associationand FamilyIN ciously extended toher. Thank They have their day and they

to the House of Albert for you very, very much! cease to be; John Sumter, of 203 Canal St.

kind and efficient service. They are but broken lights of Sumter, S. C., was dead upon
Our burden was made fighter INEZ JAMES FRYSONwho MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn thee arrival at a local hospital.His

because of you. passed into life's eternalon sad but loving memoryof And thou 0 God are more than wife, Phyllis, and other rela-
April 9, 1966. dear mother tives of Sumter S.C.survive.
our grand- we. ,
sad but loving of
memory
Gratefully, A year has passed since you There will be no local ser-
Lonnie Gibson, husband slipped away. Your presencehas our dear mother. mother and sister. Mrs. Julia Roberts, mother vices. The remains will be

Mrs. Bertha Patrick, friend been missed, but there is MRS. ALMA SMITH and Mrs. Alberta Sands, sister sent Saturday evening toSum-

comfort in the thought that you ter, S. C. for final rites.
are at rest with God.

CARD OF THANKSWe God, but not forgotten. May IN MEMORIAMIn Cheryllen Ervin Jackson of

her soul rest In peace and light 2169 NW 59th St. died March

the family of the late perpetual shine upon her. my father sad but, loving memory of 28 at Variety Children's Hos-

Willie Fryson ... J' I ,,.,,. pital. She is survived by her
Ethel James parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius ,
Jackson; three brothers, Wil-

: liam, Lucius, Jr., and John;
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
CARD
OF THANKSThe
John Jackson; six aunts and
k1 : other relatives. Funeral ser-

family of the late _.; ,.JIot.; .. --- vices will be held Saturday.
ELISHA MANNINGwho
LILL MAE JOHNSONwho h
passed March 13 1967
e
departed this life April 1,
appreciate and thank the many 1962.It FRANCIS ,
friends for kindness shown during -
seems as if she is just away. turday afternoon. Survivors
their hour of bereave
ment. Gone, but not forgotten.Miss vN include his father, Mr. Thad-
deus Bethel Sr. four sisters
;
Special mention goes to Rev.E. .
Laura Mae Johnson, Mrs. Ellen Harr; Mrs.Mamie
r T. Graham, Mt. Zion Bap-
daughterMr. Newhall and Miss Be-
tist Dorothy
Church and Ward 19, Mr. ,
Raymond Johnson son thel
and Bertha Bethel; uncle
and Mrs. J.W. Brown,Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Cogdell,Mrs.Sal- Mrs. Georgia Jefferson, MRS. PEARL CARNETTA Jehue Hall; aunt: Mrs. Leatha
sister
lie Dudley, Mrs.E rnistineEd- MORLEYwho Culmer.

ward, Mrs. Cornelia Gleonn, IN MEMORIAMIn departed this life March
IRIS TYNES MILLER 11 1957 but not James Anderson of 320 NW
Mrs. Annie L. Faison, Mrs. gone forgotten. -
Marion Muldrow Mrs. Ann Her loving soft voice lingers 17th St. died March 30th at
wish to sincere of our parents
express our memory ,
still. 0 love Christian Funeral
that will not Hospital.
thanks and appreciation to our M. Swint, Mrs. Gladys Tucker grandparents and great grand- WILLIE C. WASHINGTONwho
let me rest services will be held Saturday
soul -
go
my weary
Mrs. Pernelia Usher and
many relatives, friends and parents, passed on March 28,1966, "
in
thee. March 8 3 at Ebe-
p.m.
neighbors for cards, lettersof Mrs. Marie White. ABRAHAM AND MAUDE He leaves a mother, step- nezer Methodist Church with

condolence, telegrams,floral Annie M. Coleman, Ola W. LEWIS One daughter, Mrs. Virginia father, one brother, three Rev.Aaron D.Hallofficiating.
arrangements, donation of Chevers, sisters and Family who departed this life April, Newbold and son children and many other re Remains will repose In the
cars and words of sympathyand ... 1960 and July 5, 1966. latives.
-- ,Mr. Roosevelt Morley, ahost Chapel beginning 3 p.m. Fri-
thanks to Rev.S. May they rest in peace.
a special
of until 9
grandchildren, one sis- day p.m. Friday. Re-
IN MEMORIAMIn Linda Washington'FRANCIS
L. Gay and members of Mt.
ter, Mrs. Alma Smith; and mains will repose at 778 NW
Hermon AME Church, Rev.H.V. loving memory of Meta B. Cooper, sister many qther relatives and 45th St. beginning 10 p.m. on
Stuart of St. Mary's W. M. Six daughters: friends.
Friday until time Saturday
Church, also the Range Funeral __. -rAt :'!' Freddie Lee Lewis \, afternoon.funejl Survivors

Home. Eunice Hankinson Thaddeus Bethel, Jr. (Better
Include his wife, Brazil; one
Keturah Lewis CARD OF
THANKSThe known as Coca-Cola Junior) daughter; Mrs. Ruth Bryant;
Rhodia Grimsley of 356-A NW 14th St. died two brothers. '
Grateful acknowledgment to Maude Wilson family of the late March 31. Funeral serviceswill
Dorsey Junior High, The Na- Ruth Woods JOHNNY ZACHERYwho '
be held Saturday April
Andrew Whittaker of 662 NW
than Young Turner's ElementarySchooland Kindergarten.S. Two sons: passed March 21, 1967 8, 2 p.m. at MU Olivette Bap- 13th St. died April 3. Funeral
Abraham Lewis Jr. acknowledge with great appreciation -' tist Church' with Rev. I. C. services will be held Saturday

C. Miller, husband Isaac Lewis your kind expres- Mickins, officiating. Remains April 8, 11 at In the chapel.
Harriet Margaret Carolynand 21 grands, 14 great grands sions and sympathy during
/ will repose in the chapel beginning Survivors Include his wife
Connie 'daughtersAnd rt. sons-in-law, daughtersinlaw their hour of bereavement.
2 p.m. ,Friday until 6 Georgia mother Mrs. Eunie
;
Family nieces, nephews and a Special thanks to Rev. Henry a.m. Saturday. Remains will ,

host of sorrowfurfriends. Mobley and Rev. 0. Griffin,. repose at the home of his sis- Georgie; mother, Mrs.Eunice

Mr. and Mrs. James and ter, 352-A NW 14th St. Apt. 3 Whittaker; one sister, Mrs.
Emma Mann, sister and bro- beginning 7
a.m. Saturday
Mildred Robinson
CARD OF THANKSThe ;onebrother
IN MEMORIAMIn ther-in-law and family. morning until funeral time Sa- Orian.

family of the late
loving memory of my dear The family
I
I
beloved husband, MARTHA JOHNSON

ERSKINE BUTLERwho wish to express sincere thanks
passed away April 2,1966. ISMAEL CASH ROLLE and appreciation for the many CARD OF THANKS LINCOLN MEMORIAL CEMETERY

.... The battle was fought and the friends, neighbors, clubs and Sincere thanks to friends and
victory won, servant of God who departed this life March co-workers for cards, tele- neighbors of the late
well done. From our eyes you 16, 1964. grams and floral pieces du SANGSTER S. STONEfor 3001 NW 46th Stoat NE 4-4197

are missed, but in our hearts Gone, but not forgotten. May grams and floral pieces during your many kind expres-

you never will be. I his soul rest in peace. their bereavement. sions of sympathy shown in E. JOHNSON, Mono;., OX 19199r

Mrs. Henrietta Butler, wife Mrs. Clotilda Rolle, wife Woods, Wilcox Fayson the hours of bereavement

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children, 34 great grandchildren -
Mrs. Beatrice E. Hood of nieces and nephews.DSer 11 'AGAIN" t" WITH
2959 NW 58th Street died Mar. vices Saturday morning at 11. ,
31. Services Saturday, 3 p.m. Bethel Pentecostal Holiness ew' $Toke HOURS
from Miracle Temple Aposti- Church, Bishop B. F. Carter.
lic Faith. Among her sur- Miss Leola D. Thompson, of >t, "
vivors are husband, Minister 323 NW 22nd Terr. Apt 3 died M lan-: :'Thura
Henry Hood; two sons,Darrell March 22. Survivors are mo- 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
and Henry; one sister, Mrs. ther, Mrs. Josephine Dallas,
Francine Mobley; three bro- father, Leroy Dallas, one sis Fri. & Sat.
thers, Grant, Arthur and Son- ter, Miss Inez Dallas, three 9
ny Williams. aunts, one nephew. Services :'' "8,,om' ,to, p.m.
Saturday 2 p.m. at St. Mat- I .,. i-: :'' \. Sunday
',
Boston Gainey, 1366 NW 62nd thew Freewill Baptist Church. :''> "
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Terrace died April 2.Services Pete Ross, 22275 SW 108th ,,I;,'. .' <7:a.m. to 12 noon
!IUI' .r '
were held Thursday from the Ave., Goulds, died March 25. ....!,
Liberty City chapel. Amonghis Survivors are wife, Ida; three I" MtU- GRADE
survivors are two sons, sons, Pete Jr.,Willie and Mil A ttf A
Curtis Gainey Sanford,Fla., ton; one daughter, Mrs. Shir- Sheila Montgomery is vieing
Daniel Gainey of Miami; two ley Byrd; mother, Mrs. Rosa for the title of Miss Princess 'GRiGGS EGj'EF
sisters, one brother. George;three brothers,Amos, in the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
Sam and Joe; two sisters, Cinderella Contest. Sheila
Henry Jones, 123 NW 14thSt. Mmes.Inez PinkstonandThelma lives with her parents Mr.and
died March 14. Services were Ross. He will live In repose Mrs. Bennie Montgomery and
held from the Liberty City Friday 3 p.m. until 9 pm is a Poinciana Park Elemen- pOZ
chapel Thursday. Among his Morning Star Baptist Churchin tary School. She was elected
survivors are one daughter, Goulds. Remains will be Miss Poinciana Park 1966-67
Mrs. Dorothy Jones and a very shipped Saturday morning 9 and is a member of Mt.Tabor
good friend. to Melter, Ga. for final rites Baptist Church.Sheila enjoys
and burial. dancing, singing and writing
M
Rev. Marion Allen of 1304 NW Oliver Martin, 1021 NW 2nd creative poetry. Sheila is gar
63rd Terrace died March 23. Ave. died March 28.Arrange- sponsored byE.PittmanMob-
Services were conducted ments are Incomplete at this ley, L. Smith, B. Johnson, L. 49 LB3LBS
Thursday afternoon, Oak time. Edwards and.V. Dames.CLASSIFIED CENTER CUT
Grove Baptist Church In North
Miami Beach. Among his sur-
vivors are one sister, Mrs.
RICHARDSON. $100
Jessie Williams of South Ca- ADS

rolina, very friendsMrs. James Ross of 714 NW 1st
Amy Henderson and Deacon Court died April 2. He is sur-
NEW FLA,
McFadden.Mrs. vived by a wife, Ceola Riley; BRING RESULTSMrs. RED ATOES
.Elizabeth Walker,1109A two cousins, Mrs. Idella and 5 LBS. 25e10LBs.39
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NW 68th St. died March 22. Willie West;one adopted child, BLISS 'k
Survivors are husband, Fletcher Teva Marie; one Godchild, Elizabeth Alexander of
; mother, Mrs. Etta Car Idella Thomas.FuneralSatur- 1369 NW 68th Street died Apr. ;
ter; one sister,Mrs.Florence day at 4 p.m. in the chapel. 1.Survivors includeonedaugh- $
Van Dykes;one brother,Char- Mrs. Classie Floyd of'1240 1 ter, Dova; two aunts,Mrs.Do-
lie Carter; two nieces,Mmes. NW 59th St. Apt. 33 died Mar. va Griffin, Mrs. Lula Jones; ,
Verdell Taylor, Eloise Willi 28. She is survived by a daughter one uncle, Noah Griffin of San CRISP
ams. Services Saturday 3 p.rn. Mrs. Elaine Dotson; two Francisco, Calif. The remains '
at St. Luke Baptist Church. sons, Walter Land Chicago, will lie in repose Thursday CUCUMBERS 3 10
Clarence Land of Miami;three afternoon until time of remo- *
Mrs. Georgia L. Calrk, 3340 sisters, two brothers and son- val Friday morning to Comba
NW 212 St., Opa-locka, died in-law, Maxwell Dotson. Funeral Funeral Home in Lake City
March 27. Survivors are two services will be held on
daughters, Mmes. Sylvia Wednesday at 2 p.m. in New Fla.Mrs.. FIRM SLICING
Jones, Blanche Daniels, three Jerusalem Holiness Church Sophia Cargill died

Henry sons, Damon Clark. 16, Harrell grandchild-and ficiating.In Miami with Rev. Higgs of- April ments 1.are Funeral incomplete.SAJ.t arrange-. TOMATOES 2Bs. 25t

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Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastorSis. 1 The Trustees of Allen Chapel I II
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R Aurora Beard, reporter ; are at it again! On the fourth I

X Choir No. 2 ,will begin cele- Sunday In April, the Trustees
brating their Third Anniversary r have planned to burn the mort- EPISCOPALRev.

Thursday night, April 6, 1 gage of Allen Chapel. What a CHRIST
MEW MT. MORIAHRev. and conclude Sunday after- 4 Joyous day this will be. Mem- Theo. R. Gibson, rector

noon. I II bers of the church have been Antoinette Silva, reporterIn

A. L. Shipp, pastor On Thursday night, Rev.I.H. II II I asked to report $3.00 toward
Sis. Evelyn Souter, reporterOur Readers and congregationfrom I this drive. Members of the am Impressive ceremonyon
Jordan Grove M. Bap- I. Trustee Board are asked to Sunday, April 2,Miss Thel-

pastor left the city Mon- tist Church will be in charge of I report $50.00.We ma Anderson and Father
day for the State Baptist Con- services.On j jI would like to note that Theodore R.Gibson were join-

vention, which is held in Orlando Friday night and Sunday I I '',, Mrs. Flossie Marshall of Sal- ed in holy matrimony. The ce-

Fla. We hope he has an afternoon there will be a gigantic >< ter's Chapel AME CHhurchwa:: remony was performed by Fr.

inspiring and safe trip.He will musical program.Come \ \ .,.I. ./. ,t' ,,\ '. first to give a donation of $10 John H. Reece Jr., vicar of St.
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return for Baptism Sunday at out to all of these services. I \{. ,",,',L'1; toward this drive. Peters Episcopal Church,Key
4 9 a.m. There are eight cand1 !-. Deacon H. Jefferson is presi- :. : ::1"" ,: Anyone interested in contri- West, Florida. The bride's

1 dates. After Baptism,the pas dent. buting to this drive may do so only attendant was her sister,
tor will leave for a week's rest Beginning Monday night after PLA.Chairman SALLIE CARLINE by contacting the Trustee Mrs. Doris Woodard. Flower

and in the pastor's absence, the third Sunday in April, CochairmanMARIE Board of Allen Chapel. girls were Marshal Carter and

the Rev. Woodard and other Prayer Meeting for our revi- The chairman, Mrs. Thelma ---- ....- The pastor is calling a spe- Kay Woodard. Best man was
associated ministers will have val will begin on Monday night Pla and the co-chairman,Mrs. cial meeting for all membersof Theodore R. Gibson, Jr. Ush-

charge of the preaching ser- after the fourth Sunday and Sallie Carline,wish to express, the Missionary Society ers were members of the Ves-

vices. concluding Friday night before their gratitude to you for your Sunday, April 9 at 6 p.m. This try.
The Spiritual Harmony Sin- the first Sunday. All of these cooperation in the success of meeting is of vital concern. Immediately following the

gers will render the gospel in services will begin at 7 p.m. our Woman's Day program on Sis. Virginia Ancrum has wedding, a reception was held
songs in an after-service pro- The revivalist will be Rev. J. March 19. Thanks to our been appointed chairman of in the lounge of the Parish

gram Sunday night. All mem- J. Johnson of Albany; Ga. A speakers, Mrs. Leenette M. L_ the Young People's class. Sis Hall. Congratulations to my
bers are asked to please be truly great and dynamic man Pennington and Mrs. Naomi Ancrum is giving up her position priest and his wife--may they

present and on time. This program of God. Come out and hear him Ward Symonette for their inspiring as president of the Pas- be happy always.We .
t is for one of the captains and bring a friend along. messages. They were tor's Aide Club. Sis. Naomi are happy to welcome the

Mrs. Glass, in behalf of both spiritual educational, r- McIntyre will now serve as 14 new acolyte boys: They are
our Women's Day. The publicis our hearts and minds were president of this club. doing a marvelous job as they

invited. GLENDALERichmond filled with inspiration and in- Remember the sick and shut- carry out instructions.Get .
The No. 1 Choir is having a formation. To all of you who ins. This week's list includes well wishes to our secretary -

musical program April 14th at ( Heights) appeared on the program, our Sis. Maggie Richardson. We ,Miss VirginiaThomp-
8 p.m. We are asking all mem- Rev. B. L. Turner pastor many friends, visitors and all wish her a quick recovery son, Mr. George Walker and
bers for their from her Illness. Mrs. Rosina Gibson. Sincere
cooperation. Mrs. R. Harrington, reporterDo of the ladies of our church, the
AU mothers are asked to services you rendered,the Job _, ,'J sympathy to the Clark Family

please send their children out you have Christian love you accomplished, the fellow- ALFORD FRIENDSHI in the recent loss of their sis-

Friday evening at 6, so that in your heart for your sisters ship you executed will be a living ter-in-law.

Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Simp- ,and brothers in Christ? Are memory in our hearts. Thursday, April 13,the churcl i
kins can get the Mother's Day you concerned about the unsaved Thanks to the men for their is to accompany the pastor tc Rev. J. E. Jenkins, pastor FIRST BAPTIST OF

program outlined.To sinners? What are you splendid services in the kit Ft. Lauderdale totheFirslBaptist !t Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter: BROWNSVILLE
all the Sunday School ,doing about them? Why not chen. The Miami Times for Church, where, oux. With God all things are pasI -;
children, a treat is in store for carry them the plan of salva- their services. To the contes- pastor will deliver the instal sible. We at Friendship feel); Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor

you. So please be at the churchat tion? Let us go forth today determined tants, your Job was well done. lation service of their pastor,, that way. Even though the road I Mrs.Donella Turner, reporter
3 p.m. on April 16th. to take time to show First prize, Miss Marie J.Al- Rev. Ford. The combinedchoirs department has made transportation -
Our Calendar Tea will be held love not criticism. ford, second prize, Miss will render song ser I to the church little| All members of the Pastor's

April 16th at the Liberty Pastor Turner will bring the Louise Scott and third prize, vices. The Senior ushers will hard, it is so amazing that our. Aid Club are asked to attendand
Square Center, 6304 NW 14th message this Lord's Day. His Mrs. Annie Young. Thanks to render services. Time is 7:30 1 I attendance has Increased I their regular 'meeting Friday

Avenue from 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. subject will be "The Gift of our pastor. Most of all,we are p.m. we thank God. Any member or. night, April 7th at the home of
John E. Culmer will be the God." Let us hear these Bible thankful toGodforwithoutHImwe Mrs. Claudia Wilson, Wo friend desiring to come to, Sis. Ruth Jackson, 3262 NW

guest speaker. The public is truths. can do nothing. man's Day reporter, and Rev. church, Just call the church for, 51st St. Business of vital ime -

invited. Christians thank God for Keep this date in mind: C. J. Burney is pastor. the church's bus route,you at portance.

Our Women's Day will con- everything as they meditate in .. free to ride to andfrom churchat ;I The Junior Red Circle and
vene on the fourth Sunday in :prayer daily. We thank God for no cost to you. the Sunshine Band will hold
BAPTISTRev. ST. PAUL
this month. All captains, au- the candidate for baptism he ANTIOCH AME Saturday at 2 p.m.our pastor, its regular business meeting

xilaries and members, let us .sent us, and for the blessings will preach at the S tat e C on- at 3 p.m. Parents don't forget -
give our chairman full co- in life. P. W. Wiggins, pastor Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor' vention in Orlando. Come and I to send your children out

operation.Let Let us pray for those amongus Rachel B. Pratt, reporterThe Mary Amos, reporter go with us. The church bus will and on time.

us continue our prayers who are ill in hospitals and leave on Friday midnight for SttMhj April 16, Oft pastor
for our pastor, his mother, at home. Visitors are always Third Annual State Tea The second quarterly conference Orlando and will return Sun and members will Journey to

other sick, shut-ins,bereaved welcome to visit with us in any will be presented by the ladiesof will convene Fridayand day morning to Miami. Perrlne, Fla., to Mt. Sinai
families and those in the arm- of our services. Antioch on Sunday, April 9 Saturday, April 7-9. The Our get well wishes to Bro. Baptist Church to help the
ed services. Visitors are always at 3:30 p.m. at Range Funeral pastor and officers are asking Robert Lowery and Bro.Charlie members of Mt. Sinai cele-
welcome. Home, 5727 NW 17th Ave.The that all boards and clubs to BurnettinOplockaGenes brate their pastor's anniver-

LIBERTY CITY CHURCH committee promises an informative please make their ral Hospital, Sis. Julia Carr sary.
and inspiringaf ternoon. 100%. The presiding elder will Don't
CHRISTT. Drake in Christian, Priscilla. forget barbecue is being
FELLOWSHIPBy OF Special guests for the occas- deliver the morning message. Taylor in Jackson and to all sold every Saturday at the
R. J. McGhaney S. Holmes, reporterF. ion will be Mrs. Annie Mae There will be a spiritual tea our sick members atbomewie church.
L. Thompson minister White, Mrs. Rhoda Simmons, at the home of Mrs. Our
wish for you a speedyrecove ry. prayers are out for all of
"My mouth shall praise these Flora Bell Mitchell of North- Wiggins, Friday night, April Come to church, have your our sick members. We hope to
with Joyful lips. Psalm 63:5. The Better Service class for western Sr. High School, Jac- 7 at 7 p.m. at 1081 NW 61st faith lifted.SECOND see you in church again soon.
all men and boys will meet this queline Branch of Mays High St. You are invited.Sponsored
All of us have much in our
Saturday night, April 8th. and others. by the Willing Workers club.
lives for which to be thankful.
Everyone is asked to be present The anniversary observance This is to benefit Men's Day. BAPTIST CHURCH ANTIOCH M.B.
of our blessings we take
Many them and on time. This class of Choir No. 2 will begin on There will be a very impor- (Richmond Heights) (New Liberty City)
for granted we accept
without thinking;; of them as was designed to instruct the Friday night, April 14th at 8 tant meeting of the C.A.Gibbs: Rev. J. A. Ferguson, pastor Rev. A. H. Essix, pastorWe
men and boys how to carry out p.m. There will be many out- Club. Your president is asking
thank
wonderful gifts from God.The God for a continue
the functions of standing singing groups ap- that all members
gifts of sight, also the gifts of the church pearing on program. The anniversary this please attend The men invite you, your families increase in our membership.On .
more ably. meeting.
hearing and there are so many and friends to worship Sunday, we baptised three.
,
will close
The Gospel at on Sunday, Rev. P. W. Williams and
meeting the his
with and participate in their The
others-the list is endless if Heavenly Stars will ren-
April 16th at 3:00. Rev. Free-
Hallandale Church of Christ is congregation from St. Luke
we take time to think of them. man of Zion Hope observance of Men's Day,Sun- der a musical program Satur-
Let us make a special effort still in progress. Bro. W. H. Church deliver Baptist the Baptist Church will be here day, April 9. day at 8 p.m. Everyone is in-
everyday to stop and take alit Green of Savannah, Georgia ser April 13, sponsored by Ushers' The morning services will vited.
mon.
tle time to thank God for them.In preaching there nightly. Ser- A cordial invitation is Board No. 2. They are begin at 10:45. The messagewill The pastor and congregationwill
vices each extended asking for full
begin night at 8. your support
thanking God for our bless to the public.CHURCH in this be delivered by Rev Lester appear at Union Grove
Visitors effort.
are always welcome.
we open new avenues of C. Albert, a dynamic Baptist Church,Rev.R.Smith,
Gods Come and ..
a into bring your ques- speaker.The .
good to come our pastor, Wednesday, April 12th
tions.
lives. So until a later date, OF CHRIST NEW HOPE evening worship will begin at 8 p.m., for the pastor's an-
if God's will, thanks, and my Bro. W. H. Tynes will leave THE KING BAPTISTRev. at 4 p.m.The message will niversary.You .
for all of Saturday night for Jacksonville be delivered by Rev. G. W. and
prayers you. (African Orthodox) yours are invited to
Florida. W. E. Sims pastor
,
The youth group is planning to Fr. Stafford J. SweetingThe Mary L. Mayfield, reporterOur Phillips The theme of for Ft.the Lauderdale day is"The worship with us Sunday.ST. .

participate in the very elabo- annual Men's Day observance Master Needs Men.
MT.CALVARYRev. rate group meeting which will congregation is asked to MARY W.M.
will
be held in West Palm Beach, sale.make a report from the candy day, April 30. terminate Let us support Sun I Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor
Florida during the month of I Dorothy Thompson, reporterOn
our men and make this the JORDAN GROVEl
Samuel
Atchison Everyone is asked to
pastor May. give Sunday, April 16, Rev. G.
best Men's
Cynthia Johnson, reporterThe Visit the church that makes their support and cooperationto Day ever. Burns will be in charge of our
the The Deaconess Board 1 Rev. C. H. Smith, pastor
women in the
you feel at home. presentation morning and
evening services.
No. 2 Choir will celebrate of their Spring Tea Fash sponsor a "Green Leaf Tea"at 1 Eddie L. Gilbert, reporter The Ways and Means Com-
the home of Mrs. Rebecca The women will celebrate
their 29th anniversary ion Flair at Mt. Hermon AME t mittee will hold
their
Church Grant, 1415 NW 69th Street, their 9th Women's Day May 28. regular
on April 9. The speaker on Sunday, May 7th at 'I meeting
wig Sunday, April 23rd from 4 tc i Sis. Mary Brown is chairman. on Sunday, April 9 at
be Rev. K. E. Rogers of MT. TABOR 3:30. Let us cooperate to make 5 p.m. All members
asked
"' Olive this affair 6 p.m. The tea is given in behalf She is asking church-at- are
Baptist Church, South a success. to be present and
Miami. The program will begin The members of Ushers' The public is reminded thatthis of Men's Day. Please i I large to help make this one of John Duncombe on time.Mr.
Board No. 2 cordially invite come and bring a friend. the greatest ever. president.
at 3 p.m.Everyone Is invited congregation meet at N. Our Junior Church will
to come and ceJb rate with you to the "Tea of the Season" Carol CityElementarySchool, The Willing Workers will celebrate To those who are sick, put side over pre-

the No. 2 Choir and'!he members Sunday, April 9 at Centervilla 19010 NW 37th Avenue in tte its anniversary, Fri, your trust in God. He knows April 9.our Please morning serviceon
remember
of tile Mt. CaliW Baptist Kindergarten, 5861 NW 17th cafe tor ium. The public is invited day, April 14 at 8 p.m. Let us; all about you. The public Is In- the sick and shut-ins in
Church. Avenue at 4 p.m. to attend. give them our full support.,, vited to come and worship with prayers. your
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I CME CHURCH BENEFIT PROGRAM ABE Mosque #29 : ; no' ,
rHANY SDA CHURCHThere "
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Rev. C. C. Cowsen,.PastorMRS. Set High Goal For ,,. ,,."- ..".
will be a benefit program ? )', J 'v.
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Variety Children's Hospital. Building Fund DriveTo I ; :t" r" ",,
This is the third program of

this kind all sponsored by Mr. show their appreciationfor America, International

Ross Charlie Davis, Mrs. Vernice their newly purchased ,NAACP,Urban League,CORE,
and Miss Carrie Jack house of worship, the follo- Longshoremen's Union,SNCC,
son. This program w.1l11Je heldat wers of the honorable Elijah ACT, SCLC and other civil,
+ the BethanySeventh Day Ad- Muhammad of Mosque No. 29 social, religious fraternal
a ventist Church, 2500 NW 50th Miami, has launched a build- groups and laymen of the city

St., Rev. R. L.Woodfork is the ing fund drive to further enhance who through their efforts are + '/
pastor. the beauty of their edi- struggling for the bettermentof : 1
On program will be the C fice. our people. The selected

Lord C's, Rossetts, Pilgrim Minister Trop Bey stated in subject will be "What can my
Gospel Stars, Sis.Elvira Bur- his regular Sunday afternoon Organization do to Continually

ney, Church of Christ Choir of service that "This buildingwas Improve Race Relations Herein

Coconut Grove and Bethany dedicated last October by Miami" A new first for
\" """ Seventh Day Adventist Church the Honorable Elijah Muham- Miami. This mete Is in keeping

IVA SMITH Choir. Rev. Ira McCall will be mad to the Glory of Allah, the with the request of the Hono-
the M. C. Program time Is 3 Lord of the worlds, and in behalf rable Elijah Muhammad urging -
"The forward look through p.m. April 9.GREATER. of the Negro of all leaders to sit down at
faith, Jesus says, follow me." Miami." He further community asserted a conference table with him to
Women's day coming April discuss the divine
that solution to
"This
BETHEL AME: mosque will sparkle -
30th. To our many friends and
the black man's
in the midst of this black problem.Mia-

invited wellwishers to worship you are with cordially on this Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor community like a royal dia- mians are proving it can,be
Auxiliary Board No. 2 will dem and symbolic of the famous done locally by putting aside
day.
celebrate its words of the religious difference and exe- -----
anniversary messengerto
Mrs. Iva Smith is publicity
chairman.Rev. by presenting Mrs. Elizabeth the black people of meri- cuting one of the famous scrip-

W. F. Savoy, Pastor Espy 7 Curtis at as guest speakerat can ca"accomplish up you mighty race, you' how tures good Psalm and 133:1 how-pleasant"Behold it, The winners in the recent Theresa Williams received a

The wedding ceremony of Mr. p.m. Greater Bethel, Plans whatyouwill. is for brethern to dwell together 'Miss Florida County" con- $5 cash prize.
Jackie Faniel and Miss Jac- Sunday, April 9. Mrs. Jessie were completed for the in unity." test sponsored by the Deaconess There were sixty-seven girlsin
Jiles is unity forum and dinner to be
quelin Williams last Sundaywas president. The group Board of St. Luke Baptist the contest. Each girl represented -
will have held late in April with
a beautiful one, and also an echo meeting Sun lists pane- MT. ZION HAS GO TO Church are first place:Sharna one of Florida's 67
from the local
day ministerial
16th at
April
5p.m.at the -
the reception at the bride'shome Darshaynne Davis; second counties. The winner, Sharna
home of Mr. and Mrs. David alliance, Frontiers of CHURCH DAY
was highly enjoyable.The place: Trinette Bishop, third Davis represented Dade
Ivey 3141 NW
"Stay At Home Tea" of The, 63rd Street. GREATER WARD Sunday, April 9, is "Go to place: Theresa Williams. County. Also pictured is Mrs.
the Women's Association last Invites Gospel Choir cordially Church Day" at Mt.Zion. This Sharon Davis received a $25 Evelyn Davis, president of the
Sunday was a success. We you to their United Nations CHAPELHallandale event is under the sponsorshipof savings bond. Trinette Bishop Deaconess Board. The total.

thank all participated,and tea, Sunday, April 9, 6p.m. ( ) Ward No. 2 of which Mrs. received: a $10 cash prize. amount raised was $916.00.
at the Miami Police Be- ...,
we thank all the women for this Georgia Nelson is presidentand
inspiring endeavor. nevolent Association Building, Howard Bryant is deacon.
4343 NW 17th Avenue. Mrs. SHILOH BAPTISTRev. Ing the service.
Several women represented The public is cordially Invited _
Chrlstalee There will be an evening of
Cooper is
Grace at the Presbyterian presi- to share in this annual and fashions
dent. styles ,sponsored
meeting In Coral Gables last celebration when all heartsare A. M. Griffin, pastor the
Ushers' by chairman of the souvenir -
Board No. 2 will geared to Christian Sister C. M. Miles
Thursday.We fellowship reporter
meet at the church Thurs- book, Mrs. JuaniaJohnson. -
look forward to and worship. The music fea-
uplifting
day 6 at 8:30 Everyone should come out
April
p.m.Mrs. ture is "The Church All asked
worship services morning and Is One Juniors are to be
and
Bennie White Is enjoy this evening of fash-
evening. Elder J. D. Faniel president. Foundation." If you come to present Saturday 4:30 pm. at Ion which will be Sunday,April
Auxiliary Board No. 1 will
will bring the evening mes- Mt. Zion on Sunday,April 9,at the church.
meet at the home of Mrs. 16 from 4 to 6 p.m.here at the
sage. 11 a.m., you will be glad you Sunday morning 11 a.m.ser- church.
Queen E. Ross Spencer, 2241 did. vice will be
Remember Homecoming
you are always NW 74th street after There will be a dinner sale
welcome at Grace. morning Come and bring your family Rev. Roscoe Jackson and congregation at the home ofSIs.MarionEn-
worship, Sunday,April Mrs. friends and your lives will be of Greater New Macedonia -
a glish, 1250 NW 66th Street in
Matilda
McPhee Is
president.The .
richer and fuller. Baptist will be In
ST. JOHN AME W. A. Chapman Board ORETHA T. HATCHERMrs. Rev. Edward T. Graham is .charge of the service. behalf Remember of Women's to visit Day.and

Rev. W. A. Curry, Pastor home meets of April Mrs.9 at Margaret 3 p.m. at Ad-the LOretha T. Hatcher, the!minister. Dinner will be served follow- far the sick:: .and.." ..:.......pray_.

(South Miami,) derly, 6730 13th Ave. Mrs. wife of Bishop E. C. Hatcher,

Inez Hardeman, Is president; presiding Bishop of the 11th -"
The pastor Is asking the con- Mrs. A. Green, secretary; Episcopal District will be the MARKET
gregation to accompany him to Rev. S. A. Cousin, minister. guest speaker for the Women's SAMPSON'S
Martin Memorial AME on the Ushers' Board No. 3 will Day observance at Greater

second Sunday night, also accompany meet Thursday, April 13th at Ward Chapel AME Church, :
him to Mt Olive Bap- 8:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sunday, April 16 at 11 a.m. 1466 NW 62 ST:

tist Church Friday night April Ercell Major, 1741 NWlstCt. worship service. Rev. G. M.

14.The Apt. 3 Mrs. Florence Wash- Champion is pastor.
Missionary Societyis ington, president requests all Mrs. Hatcher is the Epis- free Delivery 696-5711
sponsoring their first members to be on time. copal supervisor of the Wo-
Spring Tea, April 9 at 3256 men's Missionary Society of

Day Avenue, Coconut Grove, the llth Episcopal District and
4 to 6 p.m. DRAKE MEMORIAM the Bahamas. She comes to us
We have on our sick list:Sis. highly trained in the field of CHITTERLINGS 10 LBS.$ 99

Hattie Brown, Edna Faison, 5800 NW 2nd Avenue missions. She has served ardently B .

Edna Redd. Don't forget to visit Rev. Jarius W. Dunn, pastor with her husband this ,
them this week. The Pastor's Aid Club will capacity since his elevation to ...:

Reminder: The State Conteston have a dinner sale at the the Episcopacy. Bishop and FRESH FLA. 3 DOZ.
the third Sunday night. church on Saturday, April 8. Mrs. Hatcher served four GRSUNSHINE ADE A. EGGS $1
Sis. C. Willis Is reporter The president, Mrs. Dorothy years in West Africa, where
brown and her committee will they did a herculean Job. Before -

South have tasty food for this sale. coming to Florida, Mrs.

Please go to the church and Hatcher served as Episcopal COOKIES .i-3 45e
Dade NewsA help them in this effort. District for eight years. REG.

The Trustee Board has organized Our speaker is a staff mem- .
ber of Fla of the committeeon ""I"'Tr 1t" laVp w '' 7+ 'cr- .;.
a monthly drive for the ',,r''''ujp'' \ ...... "
First vice -
World Relations
church. These drives will be .y
held each fourth Sunday in the president of United Churchwomen -x" *
month. Sis. D. Brown Is of Fla., Denominational of MILK-W R
chairman for the April Drive representative to World Federation -

which will climax on the fourth of Methodist Women,
Sunday In April. Sister BrownIs London, England. She is apro- HOMOGENIZED MILK
1
selling candy as a special duct of Florida A&M Univer- :
effort for the month of April. sity and Hartshorn Memorial
All members and friends are College. She holds an honorary !

asked to please help us with Doctor of Humanities degree r 1.31c 55$ 88t .
: the candy sale. from Wilberforce Universityfor ,
".... ,,'W \ Please visit and pray for our, her outstanding work in
sick and shut-ins. Africa and the Third District. ,
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born.Mrs. Ernest The son Washington of Airman was and D. A. Bradley, pastor NEIGHBORHOOD ':i,} BUTT 8ALLSPE9/.

born March 28 at Mercy Hos- Sis. Louis McGriff, reporterThe CENTER ,' \ .; ..-- ..
No. 1 Ushers' Board will

pital. have a fashion show onSunday All North Dade County residents I 2 LBS: BRISKET STEW BEEF 2 REG. SIZE LOAVES OF BREAD

I Mr. Connie Dye Is out of the afternoon from 3 until 6 at the are invited to attend a 2 LBS.]. FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 PKGS. DIRR'S GOLD SEAL FRANKS
hospital and convalescing at Brownsville Communitycenter
meeting in the North DadeJu-
3 DOZ GRADE A EGGS
I home. 2741 NW 49th Street. We are nior High School auditorium, 2 LBS TENDER BEEF LIVER
I
Hurst Chapel AME Church, Inviting you to come and be Wednesday night, April 12 at I 2 LBS PORK CHOPS 1 BU. FRESH COLLARD GREENS

"Rev. W. J. Allen, pastor, will with us.Our 8. 2. LB. BOX SMOKEP;SAUSAGE 5 LB. BAG LONG GRAIN RICE
and the
pastor, his wife
Sinai orship Baptist on Monday Church night during at Mt. delegates have gone to the The EOPI total budget for the 3' LBS NECK BONES3LNS.CHIEKENWINGS

state convention In Orlando, budget term 1967-68 will be
the ,&
pastor's
Rev. anniversary. Fla. We pray they will have a discussed. Expecting to see all a\-1.
| Allen Is reminding all WINGS
CHICKEN t
3 LBS.
embers of their budget mo- safe trip there and back. of you. \1 f%)* 93PI
Remember the sick and shut- 1LB.OLEO
hey. The
chairman for women Mr. David Pemberton, Ad-
: ins and those who have lost B.M. BISCUITS
asking full support. visory Board president and 4.CANS, ''ILL.S.
of their loved ones. Visitors ,
I Members some
are all very happyo Nathaniel Perkins Is center
see Rev. Washington out of are always welcome. director. I,,,, lr1 IW'J;: MM .;
the hospital. Pray for the boys in Vietnam.




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Street and 10th Avenue.The $250,000 medical complex is acooperative venture

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Frazier, a pressure fighter who never lets up banged Doug:
Spearing with. 1 Jones around in every round. He was only the second fighter
to KO the veteran in 37 bouts.Jones was hit with a barrage of Looking the
punches which rendered him almost helpless and was finally
counted out in the sixth round.It A
was Frazier's most important victory and set him up for I SPORTSWORLD
either a possible shot at Cassius Clay or a prominent role in
any elimination bouts in the event Clay's title is frozen due to
entering the service.

BY HARRY SPEAR FALCONS LEADING WI TH 9-0 RECORDOn

CLASS COMPETITION AT GULFSTREAM PARK Friday, the M-DJC North Falcons will travel to Braden- BY LEO ARMBRISTER Over
ton for a two-game series with a tough Manatee Team.
Although the Florida Derby and the Gulf stream Park Handicap The Falcons are currently top in Division IV standings
have been written Into the records for 1967, there still remains with a 9-0 record in division play and are boasting an astonishing SIFFORD END $5375 IN GREENSBORO OPEN
a great deal of high class competition coming up at: over-all record of 22-2.
Gulfstream Park during the closing half of the meeting.: Led by All-American Joe Arnold, with an ERA of 0.29, the Charlie Sifford's reward for coming through with one of his
Special features to be offered over the next three weeks include !, Falcon mound staff has continually mowed down the opposi- better efforts in the $125,000 Greensboro Open, In which he
,the $10,000 Hallandale, a test at a mile and a sixteenth,I tion. placed fifth was $5,375.
for three-year-olds on the turf, and the$15,000 Fort Lauder- Leading the Falcons at the plate are Al Crawford, Ron Hunt, Finishing fifty-eight among the touring pros last year, Sif-
dale Handicap at a mile and a sixteenth on the main track. Kurt Bevacqua, Les Stools,and Ed Bravo,all batting over 300. ford, who has pioneered the road of golf for Negroes in the
Both these are coming up In the new week of sport, the Hal-, Bravo, with six home runs thus far,needs only four more circuit pro ranks and has since been joined by several promising
landale Wednesday, April 5 and the Lauderdale Saturday,April[I clouts to break Jerry Dorsch's record of nine set in 1963. stars earned a total of 17,826.27 from tournaments and all, ....
8. other golf connected sources.
The following week will be featured by the Florida Juvenile
MASTERS PALMER AND NICKLAUS HEAD
Championship scheduled for Wednesday, April 12 while* the t
450OOQ added Pan American, at a mile and a half on the turf, Robins FIELD OF MASTERSThe
is down for decision Saturday, April 15.
The City of Hollywood will be honored Wednesday,April 19 Uniform Masters of the game of golf will be at work in Augustathis
with a six furlong dash named in its honor. week,when 68 professionals and 14 amateurs will be out to
Racing Secretary Edward C. McKinsey is optimistic that the 1 Confers suppress the domancy of Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus in
Hallandale and the Fort Lauderdale, last closing events, will] 1'' this most prestidiguous event.
draw banner fields. Church Uniforms This classic has become more of a homecoming for most
For the Hallandale, he anticipates the presence of such Choir Robes golfers, but it has an added attraction for Nicklaus and Pal-
ranking performers as Cool Reception, Dawn Glory, Sir Win mer.
zalot, Lightning Orphan, More Skies and I'm Smiley among' Church Furniture Nicklaus, the Ohio strong boy, who has won three Masters
others. titles, and the only one to win two in succession(1965, 1966)),
will be out to subdue the course with sheer power.
HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE BOUT FEB. 25th Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings Palmer, the lone holder of four Masters titles; has won in

Muhammad All fights Floyd Patterson at Las Vegas, Feb. 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU 1958, 1960,1962and 1964;but was tripped up on his bid to con-
25th for the heavyweight championship of the world.The fight 16 W. Flogler St. 5900 Sunset Drive tinue his even year string last year by two strokes; when Nick-
will be seen on closed circuit. Patterson made successfu laus, Tommy Jacobs and Gay Brewer went off in a tie.
comeback since his last showing with AlL It was reported thai t Lauderhill Shopping Center Ft. Lauderdal As always the power of Nicklaus must be reckoned with and
Al Bolin of Championship Sports, Inc., was on his way to discuss 1735 NW 10th Art. Dad.land Shopping Center the Augusta layout with its wide open fairways Is an inviting
the match with promoters Mel Greb and Jack Doyle. Nevada course for a strong man such as Nicklaus.On .
Athletic Commission are agreeable to the fight. In thei SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF the other hand Palmer, although not possessive of the
last fight, All stopped Patterson In 12 rounds, Nov. 22, 1965. CHURCH FURNITURE AT: Nicklaus power, being ten years his senior is compatibly
All said he carried Floyd the last time they fought Floyd 5900 SUNSET DRIVE strong enough to hold the course In check and gamble with the
claimed his back bothered him. This will be the 10th title South Miami hazards.
for the unbeaten in They are the favorites -- who will win?
defense All 13 months. He is also undefeated -
OR CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE
in 29 pro bouts. Patterson 32 years old, first wor
his title by knocking out Archie Moore in 5 rounds. This was FIVE NEGROES TRYOUT FOR ALA:FOOTBALL

11 years ago, then lost it to Ingemar Johansson in 1959. He 666-8501
was the first heavyweight to regain his title by knocking oul t Five Negroes are among the 148 candidates trying out for
Ingemar. Then went on to lose it to Sonny Liston at Chicago: the Alabama football team at Tuscaloosa.
In 1962. This fight if he loses to All should be the end. Hero Dock Rone, a 190-pound freshman guard from Montgomery
long can he go on fighting at his age without regaining the title, worked out with the rest of the team Saturday on the opening
day of spring football practice, but assistant Coach Sam Bailey -
We shall see in the near future. "You Can Help BringA
said the NCAA rules will not allow the other four to work
out until their academic averages were checked.
College To Miami"Let The Negroes, who were among 52 candidates without scho-
larships, are sophomore halfbacks Arthur Denning Mobile,
us join hands for an offering of love for Andrew Purnell of Bessemer, Jerome Tucker Birmingham,

FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE Sunday, and freshman fullback Melvin Leverette of Prichard.

April 16th at 4 p.m., 5727 NW 17th Avenueat --

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Be my guest -. meet our College President, IMMEDIATE 5Rt22 FILING

Dr. Royal W. Puryear, other community lead- Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift

ers and hear the story of how this wonderful D. Goodman and Son Inc.

k' .*" rP 75 year old liberal arts school will serve "Insurance, Real Estate, Mort.ae"Bu.lnell
member All People Democratic'Club
our people.
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 14)380

Mr. Donald Burrough, principal of Miami Jackson High J Let us join hands in this noble effort: OUR I

School was on hand at the Florida Relays at the Universityof YOUNG PEOPLE NEED THIS OPPORTU .

Florida in Gainesville to congratulate Freddie Goodmanwho NITY -. LET US GIVE IT TO THEMIII!!! ,. -
was voted the meets "most outstanding performer." COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
Goodman along with his Jackson teammates won the high YOU CAN HELP BRING ACOLLEGETO
school division of the meet established the three meet re MIAMI STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
cords. The records set were 880 yd. relay 1:28.1, mile relay
3:20.8 and Goodman raised the high jump record to 6 ft. 8 in. Florida Memorial College opens its doors in VET TVTED

Miami September 1968.Refreshme .
JACKSON HEADS TRACK BID FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
nts Entertainment
Jackson is heavily favored against Palmetto and Coral Ga-
bles Just as it did last Friday In the Gables Invitational. Pre- COMM. ATHALIE RANGE 379-7735
liminaries will begin at 3:30 at Junior College Stadium, the
First track final starts at 7:30p.m.Southern Division schools 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9

will be chasing Jackson for honors.

BASEBALL SEASON AROUND CORNERWith r
I I T
spring training at its end, the baseball season opens 18 BUILDING YEARS Of SERVICE RESPONSIBLE TO Q
up officially next week. All teams are showing great Improve- THE COMMUNITY
ment, changes have been made all around. The Orioles are
the team to beat in the American League, Detroit, Cleveland, When BUYING .' BUILDING r ." I .
Minnesota Chicago will fit it out for the first division, along
with the Orioles. Tttey are 2 to 1 favorites to win the crown.In CALL STANLEYPL i

every position and pitchers look real strong. In the Na- /-3i0/ ,
tional League, it will be between the Giants, Pirates, Braves '
and don't see the Dodgers short. The Mets are going to give Beautiful H 0..... r J
the big teams trouble, and might wind up around fifth place. Built en Yew Lot '
Our
This is covering a lot of ground. All in all, I look for a good of
,.
Alt.
Attreclive -
:
baseball season all around. tlensendAdditien.

CELEBRITY FIGHT OF SEASON TUESDAYThe eLot U* Dome)ih '
Out
Yeur Worn .
celebrity fight of the 1967 season will be seen next House and Build MM' .
Beach auditorium and Lovely New Hem d > I pr .7
Tuesday night, April 11 at the Miami About o s RF
Cell U.for Pott
will feature the most sensational heavyweight prospects today Building ;.- rA
Joe Frazier from Philadelphia. Ae1NMi,3 ; ; rwND
,;' Frazier, an undefeated slugger built along the lines of Good Bonk Financing ADM/TTtD Ate, DOUBLC
Rocky Marciano registered his 14th straight victory and KO
:' number 13 against the nationally ranked Doug Jones his last STANLEY BUILDERS, ,,
;.. fight. inc.Licenitd1 I
" The lean-trim 205-pounder will meet Houston Texas heavy- liivrea1 e I
,
! weight, Jeff Davis in a main event shceduledfor 10 rounds.
Davis earned the shot at Frazier with an unanimous decision 88 N. E. 79th StrootMiami'Plorldo
;, over Willie Johnson at the Miami Beach Auditorium two weeks
ago.
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SEPTIC TANK TROUBLE? ? FOR SALE NO QUALIFYING
MOVE IN TODAY
When your septic tank drain begin to give you Like new, CBS, 2bed'room $590 POWN

trouble, don't fuss or curse, call us. Chapman or and porch. ONLY $82 PER MONTH

Washington NW section Coll NE 5-9089 $10,500 Total Furnished lovely 3 bed-

Low Down Payment room, awnings. $11,600.
24 HOUR SERVICE ne* have others. GoldCoast

4121 NW 23 AVENUE Realtors, 4301 NW 2nd
.yTalent
Avenue 7512426.
.'

t 'Best Buys in Town ,


OPEN SUNDAY 2-6 P.M.

s 585 NW 46 STREET 2 CBS BEAUTIES

LIVE IN ONE RENT ONE. 3 BEDROOM, Din-
ing room, utility room, carport, appliances, 2
BEDROOM HOUSE. Completely furnished. $600
down. $16,500 total. Owner pays closing costs. OPEN SUNDAYSELLER
k
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH. CBS beauty. Enclosed
porch, dining roomutility room, FHA $450 down, PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
> total.
$15,000 2300 NW 90th Street. Lovely 2 bedroom CBS on
beautifully landscaped corner lot. Carportutility
$15 MO. NEAT 2 BEDROOM CBS, Fla room, room, awnings, jalousie windows, gasheat. FHA
: room, carport, fenced. $1,000 down. price only $11,000. $350 down. $68.31 per mo.
I I $8,500 total. No qualifying. No costs.
Show April 4
SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
$83 MO. PAYS ALL. Nice 3 bedroom CBS, din
Pan American Weekspon- grant camp and tutoring at ing room utility room, $1,200'down, $12,000 to- 2477 NW 101 St. 2 bedroom CBS, garage, tile.
sored by the Spanish Club at Booker T. Washington School, tal. No qualifying. No costs. roof, large fenced yard, awnings, freshly painted
wish to
of these
Barry College makes plan for some people
inside and out. A bargain at $10,000 with $300
Fiesta Panamerican, a talent reciprocate by joining in the NO QUALIFYING. Lovely corner 3 4 bedroom down and $62.22 month. Vacant, we have key.
show, on April 14th in Barry fiesta. The costumes, brought or
College auditorium for the benefit from home by the students or CBS, dining room, garage. Storm awnings, stove,
of a new migrant educa- on loan by the Latin American many extras. $2,000 down. $12,500 total. No
tional center to be located in Consultates stationed in Mia- closing costs. SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS
South Dade. mi, represent typical Pan Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Flo room, (can be used
The talent will represent American countries full of color CBS DUPLEX BEAUTY. 1 large bedroom each for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport,
many countries, cultures and giving much gaiety to the side, din i i In g room, appliances, $450 down, tile roof, 2 reverse cycle air conditioners, wallto
peoples. to the show.Costumes.and cultural arti- $13,500 FHA. No closing costs. Good rental wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
Shown above are members area. FHA price $15,000, $450 down and $93.33 month.
the Booker T. Washington facts will also be on displayin
Choral group. Left to right: Thompson Hall lobby
Left to Barbara Jones throughout the week. 3 UNITS COMPLETELY FURN. Plus extra lot.
right: ,
FRONT: 2 bedroom, CBS enclosed SELLER PAYS 1/2 CLOSING COSTS
Nathan Pace, Charlotte Mc- The public is invited.Admis- porch, din-
Lamore, Leslie Thomas,Glo- sion is $1.00. ing room, carport. REAR: CBS duplex, I bedroom 160 NW 68 St 2 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings
ria Lewis, Larry Chester and apt. and an efficiency apt. Reasonable tile roof, appliances, wall to wall carpet-
Mary Livingstone.As down. $16,500 total.SHELL ing, fenced yard, fruit trees, very neat, clean.
the Spanish Club has been Bargain at $10,800$350 down.$67.03monthFHA
CBS HOME
donating their time to many
community projects, such as REALTY BROKER
teaching English at the mi- $7500 NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN
TOTAL '
4260 NW 7th Ave. 758-5551 Modern 3 bedroom CBS, carport, awnings, jalousie
$2000 DOWN windows, sprinkler system. $1,000 down
and take over FHA mortgage of $10,790 at 54.In! ,
FOR SALE O terest. $82.67 month pays everything. Move inl

6249 NW 19 AVENUE LOW, LOW PAYMENT
Furniture for 5 bedrooms, NO RED TAPE MOVE RIGHT IN
1 living room, kitchen, See North Miami Beach 1530 NE 151st Terrace.
$150. Piano $45. Deep Like new, large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, CBS beauty,
freezer, 64" long $45. Also 339 NW 39 St. tile roof, owning windows, built-in kitchen, ap
Inc.of pliances. Price $15,500 down and
roominghouse business. King Realty $1,000 $110
Rooms all rented. As is if Owner month pays all. Vacant, we have key-Move inl
wanted. Owner Rev. Lena
Mae Ross must sell, leav- Ma r r r
NOSED
ing town soon. 758-8749 TAPE-MOVE RIGHT IN

Beautiful corner 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Opa-
locka. Tile roof, modern built-in kitchen, Fla.
room, circular drive, large fenced yard, wall to
Buy A Home TodayWE BETTER HOMES- FOR BETTER LIVING wall carpeting, jolousied windows. Price $13,800
with $1,000 down and $102 month pays all. .
ARRANGE ALL FINANCING

LUXURY "WATERFRONT" HOME SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

SPECIAL! 930 N. W. LITTLE RIVER DRIVE Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS in Opa-
Custom-built, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room,
2375 NW 155th St., Opa-locka CBS home. double car garage, built-in oven, sprinklers, locka. Tile roof, jalousie windows, awnings,
central heat floors fence. Fla room, terrazzo floors, large fenced yard.
$200 down, $57 month terrazzo Prestige
area. Near shopping school, etc. Bargain at $13,000
FAA with* $40Tf down and $80.82 montn.Spotless.
1141 NW LITTLE RIVER DRIVE
((1)) 2345 NW 65th St Brand new duplex. 4 full bedrooms, 2 baths, 14x22 screened patio, SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

Fenced in, 2 bedrooms each side. hardware floors, dining room, garage, sprinklers, North Miami Beach 14930 NE 14th Avenue
rugging, fence. FHA terms or bank financing Like new 3 bedroom, CBS, tile roof, terrazzo
((2)) 2020 NW 85th St $300 down, $80 month. available. floors, separate utility house, freshly painted,
Move right in. inside and out, large yard, appliances, furnished
,.'et in the Swim. Pool home in wanted area. Two bargain at $13,000, $400 down and $80.82 month
uedroom, with large Flo room, garage, sprink-
-.a ((3)) 2025 NW 91st St Duplex. $300 down. lers, FHA, no closing costs.

$85 month, FHA.
1431 NW 89 STREET SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS

2 bedroom, front jalousied porch, garage, large Extra large deluxe house on 2 lots. Tile roof,
((4)) 2101 NW 93rd St 2 bedroom
carport. closets, stove, refrigerator, FHA terms, no do awnings, very large rooms, large kitchen, some
$250 down. $72 month FHA. sing costs. furniture, stove and refrigerator, 2 bath rooWI.
Wonderful location. A better 2 bedroom house at
NO QUALIFYING HOMES
((5)) 1318 NW 43rd St $300 down, $73 month. 1600 NW 89 STREET $14,500 FHA with $450 down and $90 month.

2 bedroom, Fla room. Corner lot, 2 bedroom, FHA room, garage, carpeting - WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
drapes, other extras. $84 monthly includesall.
((6)) 1534 NW 44th St Large house. $350 YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR

down. $25 week. Move right in. 810 NW 83 TERRACE $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN
2 bedroom, Fla room, (can be used as third bed QUALIFYWE

((7)) 3165 NW 69thSt 3 bedroom house all room), carporte month. many other extras. $88 include s HAVE INCOME PROPERTIES. TOOl4J7 !

$3200 all cash total price. per

HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWNWE Life
OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Realty Broker
'II' SPECIALIZE IN HOMES FOR PERSONS BEING -
DISPLACED IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA,
FORD REALTYINC. Broker MIAMI HOUSING PROJECTS, VETERANS. .
CALL TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY. YOU'RE

; 3639 N.W. 15th Avenue 635-4595 ONLY A PHONE CALL AWAY. Opt* 7 D y Nr Wee* *<




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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 7, 1967 23

FEDERATED sor activities throughout the

BROTHERHOODOF year. We would like very much
ADS to involve you. .
--.
DADE COUNTYThe Mr. Max Serchuk, chairman;

"j'', : ',' J5 WORDSOR LESS $I.SO. 5C FOR AtWmONAtWOBD Mr. Leon Erles, cochairmanand
: !j;,'" "t11t Mrs. Claudia Wilson is..
\ 1; DEADiJtleFOR< ) Federated Brotherhood
CLASSIFIED ADS WEBHESDAV___ ': nM J.. ;
..__.. ". 4 \ : secretary.
--w ---- n." '" 'I of Dade County proudly spon-
sored its first musical pro-
FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT gram on Sunday, April 2 at
[Ui I] J1 11 II III
Booker T. Washington Com-
875 NW 83rd Street. No qua- 4 duplexes, excellent locat- t4'r
llfylng. CBS, like brand new, 2 ions, reasonable down pay- Room. Adult over 40 years of munity School in the school's GetSUCK

bedroom, completely fenced, ments, no qualifying. MartinM. age. 633-2336. auditorium. The fellow OJ hip
stove refrigerator and was wonderful. The aims of BLACK
air Berney, Broker,624-6983.
conditioning stays $74.85 Room middle age adult I this group is to move beyondthe DOUBLE ACTIONCDLORSGRAYKJURBUCK
monthly 3 bedroom 1 bath only. Prefer men who I bounds of superficialityand
pays everything. Fla room, /
$11,000.000 total you can move CBS low down payment. Low during the day to live : the once per year inter-
able. Call 759-3360. |group meetings.We 2 DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE
In today -- lowlow, down pay- monthly payments, no qualify-
ment be first. Aetna Real- ing. Call broker right now. and evenings. plan to motivate and spon

ty (Broker), 811 NW 54th St., Martin M. Berney, 624-6983.
Phone 757-5724. Open 7 days. House, 4481 NW 42nd

2 bedroom CBS home furn. per week. FOR SALE
,
'
9025 NW 10th Ave.3 bedroom, r
corner lot, tile roof, oak carport large utility room, H>edroom furnished, air

floors, attached garage, air excellent condition no clo- ditioned, adults only. Lots 15, 16, 17, 18
sing, no qualifying total price
,
cond., central heat and more $10,500, $500 down. 2355 NW $25 77th Terr.week.Reference In Inlet ,City, River i ia
per
for only $16,000.00, no closing -
79th Ter. 681-98'11.April 7)
costs. $600.00 down. West Palm Beach

$98.78 monthly, don't wait. 2 bedroom apt.Large tile
Call Aetna Realty (Broker), Free rent plus Income. Invest $20 per week.2260 NW Consult H. E. S. Reevesco

811 NW 54th Street. Phone, In a new duplex. In fine ( The Miami Times

757-5724. Open 7 days. locations. The price Is right 6740 NW 15th Avenue
235-2958. (TF) :
Nice 2 bed. CBS apt. Miami, Florida
4 bedroom 2 bath FHA
$13,000.00. Gorgeous, ,, CBS 3 bedroom, 1 bath CBS, tile CBS, 1 bedroom, apt. $
,
roof, wall to wall carpet fen- Good, 2 bedroom. $23.
fenced yard, patio, sprinkler ,
system, down only $400.00., ced yard, on NW 38thSt.near12th Downtown location--CBS
bedroom
No closing costs, $80.82 mon- Ave, close to school,bus, apt. $14.
thly. This will go fast. Call shopping, FHA $12,000, $400 Very large house, $25. TRUESPIRITUAL
Small
down, $74 month. Veterans or 2 bed. duplex.
Aetna RealtyBroker),811 NW
CBS large 1 bed. apt. $
,
54th St. Phone 75'1-5'124.Open displaced persons $100 down. ADVISORSEE
7 days. Atlantic & Pacific Realtors, Deposit Required
666-0411. Liberty Rental Agency,

3 bedrooms, FHA $16,800.00. NW 62nd St. Call ME AT ONCE:

9020 NW 12th Ct. Gorgeous, Sacrifice$1500 below market

oak floors, tile roof, garage, value, 3 large bedroom,!bath 1 bedroom apt. furn.

central heat, fenced yard,only large Fla room, large living a deluxe, all electric, REV. LENA ROSS
$700.00 down. No closing room, large dining room, air conditioned apt.
costs.$103.27 monthlyjSee to- large closets, tile roof, must mature working

day. Aetna Realty (Broker), see to appreciate, close to per month on yearly
811 NW 54th St. Phone 757- Northside Shopping Center, one month security re< 6249 NW 19th AVE.

5724. Open 7 days.PSSSTTTT1III. school, bus. Sacrifice price, no children, no dogs.
$12500, $1250 down, $93 mo. nager, 175 NW 38th St.
Bank financing. Atlantic&Pa- MIAMI, FLORIDAI

$100 down CBS 3 bedrooms cific Realtors, 666-0411. Beautiful large room,
I will be leaving this in few
city days.
vate family, quiet a
I No closing costs, $55.80 mon-
thly. Aetna Realty (Broker), LARGE CBS hood, near bus line. The world over is needing and calling here

811 NW 54th St. Open 7 days. 845 NW 83rd Terr.FHA terms man or quiet lady or and there, comments Rev. Ross, she's knownas
Phone 757-5724. $15,000, only$450 down,large i sirous of a good home.
: 2 bedroom, CBS with large Fla i 373-2760 (Mr. Charlie) the world's most famous, best known yet
room, drive by then call A. advisor and helper in all walks of life. See
Down
Duplex. payment$3,000.
$115 per mo.' 634-3798. Call Ben-Korl, Realtor, 612 NW 60> Rooms, reasonable. her daily, (any hours).
after 1 p.m. St. Call anytime 751-2243. or single men.Phone

Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. or 754-4024 for

CBS duplex, 2bedroom. Income -
4920 NW 15th Ct. Nice 2
LOVELY CORNER
$220 per mo. $106 mon-
thly payment $13,000 total. FHA terms total price$12,500 room apt. $22 week.

688-6283. 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. only $400 down, veterans only required. Liberty
$100 down, hardwood floors, 2 Agency, 2020 NW 31)I EDISON Specials
Large 75x100.Easyterms. bedroom, 1 bath, 4755 NW 5th 633-7809.

$1,500.00. 3 bedroom, 7195 Ave. Drive by then call me.A.
15th Ct. Need money? JE 8- Ben-Korl, Realtor, 612 NW60St. 3321 NW 51st St.Large

1340. We buy land or houses. Call anytime, 751-2243. $25 weekly. Deposit
See Baron. Liberty Rental Agency, OPEN AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
Open Sunday 2-5 p.m. NW 62nd St. Call 330 NW 51 STREET

By owner. Spanish style, 4 WE HAVE THEM 1601 NW 42nd St. Nice 2 $400 FHA. 2 bedroom CBS cottage. Very con.venlutlocotlon. *
bedroom, 2 bath, 2 Fla rooms, 3 bedroom,2 bath homes,Ren, room house. $25 No closing, cost.
maid's room and bath, 2-car tal property,commercial pro, Rental ..
berty Agency
,
garage, 3190 Sheridan Ave. 835 NW 84 STREET
perty, we have what you need, 62nd St. Call 633-7809.
JE 2-5097. (Apr 14) so call on us to serve,call any- $300 FHA. No closing cost. CBS home. County

time.A.BenKorlRealtor,612NW taxes, carport, terrazzo floors, newly painted in
3 bedroom house.
All this for$10,500 FHA.Any- Large
60th St. Call anytime 751- and out. $92 monthly pays everything.
one can buy.2 bedroom,1 bath, 2243. weekly. 1 bedroom
Fla room on a large Jot,carport. per week. 1481 NW
!
no: first to see mis.K.u.; 4 BEDROOMSFHA J73-7973. DRIVE BY THESE TH EN CALL EDISON
Marx Inc. Realtor 661-1661.
,
terms total price$11,700 Furn. effcy including ((1)) 1461 NW 92nd St. This is a very large CBS
This home Is
3bedroom beauty FHA, nice only In Immaculate$400 down.condition, full $15 per week.5035 NW home with tile roof, IJi' both, Flo room, extra large

location, $300 down, owner dining room, large Fla room, garage, fenced yard, carpeting on 75x100 lot.
pays closing cost. Drive by carpets, fire place, this Is fora ; Private party will buy $16,500 FHA terms. This home Is really extra
511 NW 48th St. Call Fenster for gages, homes, lots. nice.
large family, looking a
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. very large home.A. Ben-Korl,1 Room in home. Prefer

Swimming pool home with Realtor, call anytime 751- man. 633-0604. ((2)) 800 NW 44th St. CBS on large corner lot,

screen in patio. bedroom and 2243. plus extra lot on 8th Ave., Fla room, garage.

to be 3 bedroom Asking $3,000 down. No qualifying.
large enough a 1 bedroom apt. Furn.
3 bedroom CBS, 2 bath, car-
home, large ground, nicely for port, tile roof, wall to wall; only. MU 1-7001. ((3)) 6500 NW lit Place CBS, 2 bedroom, screened "'
landscaped, "get ready I m m m mi
FHA carpet, FHA terms, Beautiful porch, carport. $250 down FHA. $82 mo. pays
summerpleasures" i
your area. Drive by 1220 NW 88th CHILDCARE:: everything. No closing cost.
$16,000. Call for appointmentto
St. Then call Fenster Realty,

show, PL,9-8779.Fenster Realty,Broker Broker, PL 98'1'19.Lot. Your Child child day care will be in taken my ((4)) 6520 NW 1st Place CBS, $250 down, FHA,

of 759-8335. no closing cost. Large lot, carport, $86 mo. pay s
care everything. Just off NW 2nd Ave. and 66th St.
4 bedroom CBS, fenced, awn- .6Ox118 7.0 on 30th Ct.633-
Ings, large lot, Bunche Park 8778 or 691-9448. 0 April 21 0.!
area. $350 down. Call 665- HELP WANTED ((5)) 901 NW 83rd St. $300 down FHA. 3 bed

5126. room, CBS, terrazzo floors, carport, two air con
3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, car-
Experienced Beautician. ditioners, carpeting, patio. No closing cost.
6249 NW 19th Ave. Furniturefor port, utility room, large lot,( Regis. 6907 NW 15th
excellent location, like new.
5 bedrooms, 1 living Piano room$45. Reasonable downpayment.Take 691-5088. ? WE HAVE MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
and kitchen $150.
: over existing payment. FHA TERMS OR NO QUALI FYING.
64 Inches long Wanted. Girl
Deep freezer, $80 mo. Call broker right[ singers,
$45 also rooming house busi- per Martin M. Berney, 624- tive, over 21 See YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
now.
Rooms all rented. As la: the Double Deck Bar
ness. 6983. $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

if wanted. Owner Rev. Lena, "-'-- and Saturday nights.McWILLIAMS DISPLACED AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.1DISOH .
Mae Ross must sell, leaving
,
town soon.

8811 NW 17th Ave. $400 down., 3 bedroom beauty, FHA only,1 Everything in Beauty. : REMJY, Realtor "
downpayment.ArealdoU
Payments $82.82 per month. $350 3719482. Address:
CBS home Fla room, hard-! house. Drive by 2030 NW 96th 10th St. Miami, Fla. : ;
wood floors,,tile roof,carpe call for appointment to cosmetologists. Daniel 175 HW* 2nd 51 7512441CLASSIFIED
rtshow.: Fenster Realty,Broker, Williams, prop. and
fenced. Mike Scatton, ,' Bell, cosmetologist. (M
751-9784. PL 9-8779.



24 THE: MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April I 7, 1967

J '-'\>, '" 'Y I, /II TREISTER AND LOWELL SPRING TEAA.
We've MovedOUR .L. Lewis Elementary
rfM ELECTED AT LINCOLN OFFICES School, Homestead, Fla., Is
i presenting Its annual Spring
Announcement of election of Burlang Tea, Sunday, April 9, 3 p.m.
officers has been made by the in the school's cafetorium and
q Lincoln National Bank, 6015 patio. The theme for this ,
NW 7th SAvenue. Leonard R Employment502NW54SI year's tea is Spring Fashions. I
Treister was elected presi- Boys and girls along with their
dent of the institution and Ar- teachers will model the latestIn
thur M. Lowell was elected spring modes and fashions.TOOTHACHE. I
first vice president.Dr.Harry
I Needleman, prominent Miami 7577674MISS I
( Beach physician was recently
elected to the board.In Why suffer agony? 'In minutes itt relief that
list with ORA.)El. Speed releaae formula
VE E AND
puts It to work quickly to relieve throbbing
__ the same election, John B. JEAN BURGHER toothache pain. Recommended by many den.
Orr, Jr., was named general lists,A N your ,.""*_,
counsel. Garth C. Reeves remains for local pharmacls for. hood. No NUepIng.oraJel. .
"Come
see us
as chairman of the and out of town [lobs.," ,.' ;.,."11.......;.

; j m1M board.


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An American flag for the recently No. 29); Arthur Baker, Asst. dets under the supervisor of BEDROOM &= BAT'R FLORIDA ROOM

installed flag pole at Sgt. at Arms (Post No. 182)); Captian Robert Wilcox; mem- -- "1---- _.__. _.. t'r ".
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the entrance to the Christian Jack Branchard, Asst. Sgt. at bers of the Women's Auxiliaryto I, I.-.... .-..... ...; i',---!:."_.........;............... l' e '
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Hospital, 4700 NW 32nd Ave., Armspost No.140)); andRalph the John Griffin Post; representatives J 'B- -' -
was dedicated at 9 a.m. Sunday Maxwell, Finance Officer from the Medi- 1'I. -0
March 12. Commander (Post No. 32)). Other 10thDis cal staff, the hospital staff;the Wl ALSO IUILDCARPORTS :
Robert L. Clark of the John trict officers participatingwere Board of Trustees; and other FHA MNANCINtt: C D C C : OARACfS
Griffin Post No. 165, American Hap Elson, Service Officer members of various Legion NO DOWN fATMEN % ,. CAirORT SCREEN ROOMS ENCLOSURES
Legion instrumental (Post No. 31);Bob Martin, Posts. Following the rite, a CALL TOOAT $AVI ESTIMATES
in having District 10 of the Adjutant (Post No. 144)); 0. E. collation was served in the 0
Legion participate in the de- Black, Executive CommanderPost dining room with Col. EdwinF. NEWPORT CONSTRUCTION,'
dication. ( No. 315)); and Jerry Powell Poage, Hospital Adminis- $$1 .WIttST; : .'MI.AMI'F t. DlVSIOH tATINAI.
Members of the Color Guard Historian (Post No.315)). trator and Col. Claude C.
pictured above, include Jack Also in attendance was a Clark, chairman of the Boardof I.OX, 6-5582,' :j .'(C NED.JNSUR'ED".BONDE-D: HI 4-5/54 .
Russell, Sgt. at Arms (Post group of high school Air ca Trustees as hosts.






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The Women's Auxiliary of Christian Hospital, Inc. N'COJ
provides help with the general program and services of,
the hospital. Through their fund-raising activities, they
have purchased several needed items. The Auxiliaryalso

serves as a resource agency to individuals andogroups ,
wishing to contribute to the hospital. Organized .
several years ago by Mrs. Susan F. Harris (who serves :
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as Advisor), the Auxiliary i is open to women throughout
the Dade County area. Currently, they have assumed ), '
responsibility for the erection of a fence for the hospital ( ) J'''\7':
grounds. Mrs. Willie Williams is president; Mrs. Ar- tff7A/J/1/ / -

'_... thurine Stropp, project chairman. Shown above with Col. '
Claude C. Clark, chairman of the Board of Trustees at!
the left and Col. Edwin F. Poage, hospital administra
tor at the right are members in attendance at the monthly to'
1 meeting. Seated left to right: Mesdames Harriet
Shootes, Willie Williams, president, Enid Reese and ,":..
Sarah Pullom. Standing: Mesdames Bertha Parks, Do- .,'
rothy Baker, secretary; Helen Brooks 3 wii i 7 r \ ,
Beatrice Miller, I .
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