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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 14, 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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Two passengers in a car died Porter Is a graduate of Miami

early Saturday morning as the Northwestern Senior High

vehicle plunged Into a rock- School, class of 1962 and was a

/''S'SrIf1' pit, raising Dade's traffic senior at MisslppiValleyState
death toll to sixtythree.The College at Itta Bena, Miss.He
dead were William Ed- was co-captainofthebeltaDe-

ward Porter. twenty-three, of vils Football teamand an honor
3094 NW 60th;Street and Miss student.

Charlie MaeSwain,seventeen,
of 1740 N.W. 46th Street. Officers said the driver and

The two were riding in a car Miss Swain got out of the car

driven by Isaac M c iCi n Ie y, and started to swim ashore,
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twenty, of 2318 N.W. 101st St. but the girl panicked ought
when they came Into a dead- off'the driver's efforts to help

end street at 79th Avenue. her.
The driver'told police that The driver said he swam a-

-TT he pumped the brakes but the shore and shouted back to her

brakes failed. The car con- that he would get help. Port-

tinued east through an open er's body was found outside the

field for forty feet, then it WILLIAM EDWARD PORTER front left door of the car later
Congressman Dante Fascell discusses proposed legislation with Archie Pinder, plunged into a rock twenty- by divers.
Javan Ferguson, and Abe Turner, all of Dade County. Javan a student at Ktllian five to thirty feet deep. football star is victim

High School, has just completed a six'week, appointment as a page at the U. S. Ca-

pitol under Fascell's/ sponsorship. Both Pinder and Turner work on Fos cell's/ staff

and are also members of the Capitol Police Force.
Gamblers Ship Beer CartonsOf




Powell Wins Again With $$$ From BahamasTow



86 Per Cent Of VoteH The Royal Commission investigating lars, carrying no return address U.S. postal inspectors
gambling in the were mailed from showed a Bahamlna postal advisor -

Bahamas was told Tuesday in Grand Bahama last year and pictures of the open
re-elected Adam well 27,000 votes, 86% of the Nassau that cardboard beer were intercepted by U.S. pos boxes, each containing from
Clayton Powell Tuesday againas total vote. Mrs. Lucille Pic- cartons full of American dol- inspectors at Miami. $60,000 to $120,000.They said
Its representative in the kett Williams, his Republican w zd they thought the cash was being -
I 4 U.S. congress, and thus put opponent, had 4,091 and the skimmed from the Monte

I the House of Representatives. Rev. Ervin F. Yearling, 38, Carlo casino at Freeport and "

t., ,. right..on the spot to decide what a Baptist min1ter.and a Con- To mailed to a New York bank,
to do With Powell. servative Party candidate,got City Give Free according to the testimony.The .

427. cash shipments came up
The votes fell far
reportedly in the testimony after the commission's -
short of the number last fall, of for-
and some of Powell's suppor- Powell was fishing on Bimini L4i Legal Aid To PoorThe mer Bahamian questioning Premier Sir

ters were said to be disap- Island In the Bahamas, about Roland Symonette was halted.
pointed. Unofficial returns in 1,100 miles from the scene of Attorney General Gordon
that about twothirdsof
Commission reported
the election. City
214 election districts gave Poi
Bryer objected when the boardof
all defendants representedby
approved Monday a public defender -
system to provide legal attorneys went free in the inquiry triedtoquestionSy-
aid to indigent defendants in three month period studied, monette about secret sessionsof
Miami Municipal Court. while more than threefourthsof the Executive Council
i Did Carmichael Ignite Some commissioners called those not represented serv- which granted licenses to the

the resolution a'revolution'inadministration ed Jail sentences. two Freeport casinos.

of Justice. It


Black Power Flames? calls yers to for on draft the a committee cost recommendations and organi-of law-- Opa-locko' Youth to Get


of the I
zation
Stokely Carmichael, "black michael and by the"blindnessof added, "I don't see how they program.It

I power" advocate, was blamed white people who have refused stand up under such abuse." was unanimously agreedby Hero Medal/ / From LBJ

Tuesday by Nashville city officials for months to see trouble Most of the rioters were the commissioners to Include I

educators and civil coming. "outside agitators," he said, funds for the new legal flame andsmoke
old Through
brought in by Carmichael's service for the poor in their Seventeen year ,
rights leaders for directly
Carmichael didn'thave into the
"Stokely followers. 1967-68 budget. Nathaniel Tyrone Curry, who Tyrone ran building,
indirectly triggering three to be present in this town to arrest risked his life by dashing twice but did not find the child. He
Davis threatened The action will make a national -
at Fisk Uni-
nights of unrest
when this started Williams out and himself
drenching
ran
outside non-student attempting leader in court proce- into a burning house to rescuean ,
versity and Tennessee State said "His bully boys were any 18-month-old child in Opa- with water from a garden hose,
to agitate on campus dure said Howard Dixon,exe-
University.In here and they knew what he dismissal of locka, will receive the Young he returned into the burning
and permanent cutive director of the Econo-
addition to Car-
blaming
wanted." for building and found Rudy undera
subversive" American Medal Bravery
michael for the riot the Ten- any student "promoting mic Opportunity Inc.legal
,
Dr. James E. Lawson act- bed.
along with another teenager.
activities. Service and former
nessee House of Representatives ing president of Fisk Univer- and program, Three medals, one for ser- Tyrone suffered first and second -
About 300 riotedSaturday Circuit Judge Robert Floyd.
urged that he be deported. sity, and Dr. W.S.Davis,pre Sunday nights, shooting at They said that present,defendants vice, will be given by Presi- degree burns and was
The resolution said Car-
sident of Tennessee State Uni- dent Johnson at a ceremony in hospitalized for two weeks.
streetlights and buildings. In misdemeanorcases
michael Is citizen of Trini-
a
versity, held the same viewsas Washington on a date lobe an-
dad. But he became a U.S.citizen Williams. Police scattered the crowd are not guaranteed legal Gloria Cassidy, fourteen, of
when his parents became when they fired a shotgun assistance In any state,countyor nounced. New York City, will also receive -
naturalized citizens after they Lawson praised Nashville's warning and four rounds of municipal court in Florida. The Presidential and Con- the award for bravery.On .

moved to this country from police for their "splendid tear gas. About 100 demon- But municipal courts have the gressional established decorations in 1950 and was this Oct. 27, 1965, she rescuedher
,
Trinidad. handling" of the situation and strators were arrested. three-year-old twin bro
authority to hand out Jail sen- year's award will bring the total -
Some insisted that thers from the family's burning -
observers tences up to 60 days for each for bravery to 28, the total
the trouble was already fes- and "the bars of a Jail to home.
charge, tal br bravery twenty-eight,
tering in the community before cell tight whethera to twelve.A Drusilla Akamine nineteen
NAACP Mass MeetingA are Just as the total for service ,
Carmichael arrived. defendant is sentenced for a tenth grade student at will receive the Young American -

"The" malignancy has been mass meeting of Dade various forms of justices misdemeanor or a felony," Miami Carol City High Medal for Service for
here, said Baxton Bryant, said. notified of the hon- hours of voluntary work
County NAACP has been set and discrimination based 0 n Floyd Tyrone was many
director of the Tennessee in letter from Attorney over a period of several yearsto
Council on Human Relations. for Thursday night, at eight race. The State and U. S. Supreme or a
Clark. His help retarded children. In
"Carmichael the p.m. April 20th at Mt. Tabor The Dade County NAACP Include Courts, Dixon said,have ruled General Ramsey
only opened Tolbertof 1965 the she finished high
Mrs. Celeste year
mother ,
Baptist Church, Rev. P. S. the Miami Branch, Dr. that defendants infelonycasesare ,
window so that young Negroes Miss A It ami n e spenteighthundred
Presi- 1911 N.W. 153rd St., Opa- school
George Simpson
could it." Brown pastor. Mt. Tabor is entitled to legal counsel.He .
see hours as a volunteer -
him
told students located at the corner of 66th St. dent; LibertyCityBranchMr. is almost certain they will locka, will accompany on
Carmichael Richard H. Powell President a free trip to Washington to receive worker for the Hawaii
at Dillard Uni- and 17th Ave. The public is invited ; extend this requirement to all
Monday night Association to help Retarded
the award.As .
Opa-Locka Branch Mrs.
to attend. ,
he said.A .
courts
New Orleans that the ,
,
versity, Children.The .
Bessie L.Bunt President and Tyrone was repairing a
The theme of the meeting is: ;
violence was started by "two Homestead Branch,Mr.J.H. survey by his staff in Miami screen on the front porch of winners were chosen'
in the
area
white cops" who came on one "Where are we now the Hankerson is president.This Municipal Court last fall Indicated his home on Oct. 9, 1965, fire from sixty-four nominees by
from county
of civil rights ,
of the college campuses and State and meeting will kick-off the that defendantswho broke out in Mrs.Johnnie Mae the governors of twenty-four
the NAACP
from
and
started" to "beat up the stu- National offices. Also included 1967 Spring Membershipdrive can't afford to hire law- Griffin's house just across the states, the District of Columbia

dents. in the will be of which many churches yers are not getting fair street. The woman screamedthat Guam and Puerta
program
Avon Williams civil rights testamonies from individualswho and organizations have already break. her grandson,Rudy White, Rico, said Attorney General
leader and lawyer said the
Antipoverty legal program was inside.
their
rioting was brought on bv Car have recently experienced pledged support.


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Parents' Dream Comes TrueBY As a member of the Legislature,Art spends part of his weekin Principal speaker well-wishers was Mr.Percy who Sutton could,Manhattan not attend Borough becauseof
president. Several
Albany the capitol leaving home on Sunday night and return-
ing Thursday afternoon. previous commitments, sent letters, telegrams and repre-
MRS. BEATRICE EVE sentatives including Governor Rockerfeller and Jackie
"It's a new experience," says Arthur. "I'll be away from Robinson. Here again I had to be sure I was not in the middleof

On Nov. 16, 1966,1 became a patient of Mount Sinai hospitaltwo home a lot. not Our family"has always been pretty close, and a a happy dream, when again and again speakers lauded and
hotel is home.
days before your publication in which I announced the poli- room praised Arthur.Mr. .
tical success of my son Arthur Eve, who won a hardfoughtbattle On Sunday, January 29, a testimonial dinner and'dance in
at the Cordon Bleu Restaurant which Sutton likened him to "an angry young man but one who
to win a seat in the New York Legislature as assemblyman honor of Art was given
from the 143rd District. To say "I was thrilled," would was attended by about three-hundred well wishers($10.00. per is able to control his anger with dignity and finesse."
be putting it mildly. But the pattern that unfurled since that head.) About fourteen Legislators flew up for the occasion. Mayor Sedita jokingly called" Arthur "an angry man," and
day is one that I feel I must share with our host of well wishers Also from New York City came Arthur's father, Mr. Arthur himself, "an angry old man.

and friends.On B.Eve and Mr. Willie Williams, his neice's husband. After the lengthy program the honored guest responded. He

the of all celebrities clergy etc. and
acknowledged presence ,
the 10th of December(while still I received
a patient) a then paid a glowing tribute to his wife who is ever at his side
call from Roger Blackman in Buffalo
"We know
saying, you one hundred per cent and to his late g ran d mot her in these
are in the hospital, but we are in hopes that you will soon be
up and about again, because as Art's friends, we want to do words:

the one big thing he would want-as a surprise to him to fly "Whatever I am or hope to be, next to my mother, I owe it
you up here for his inaugural on the 30th." to who etc. of
my grandmother taught me many sayings, one
which I have taken as motto "If a task is once begun never
As long as I have a memory, I shall never forget the thrill my ,
that informaiton gave me. Need I say what my answer was? leave "Ill it's done be the labor great or small, do it well or not

So after being discahrged on the 18th after 32 days in bed, I at all.
had to do some fast recuperating.With He then introduced his family mother, father, brother and
son who were given quite an ovation.
the kind and gracious assistance of the captain and staffof
National Air Lines Flight twelve,at 11 o'clock on December Arthur B. Eve (father), Willie,Josephine Hunter,Mr John-
twenty-ninth I left for New York and there was put in the care son, Beatrice C. Eve (mother), Dencel Eve (brother), ArthurJr.
of the captain and staff of American Flight 443 for Buffalo. ., and R. Bowles, brother-in-law take thismethodof thank-
Nothing was overlooked by these kind people wheelchair ser- ing all well wishers in Miami for cards, telegrams, and I am
vices, etc. No V.I.P. could have received more attention. taking this method of saying"thanks"to all for get-well cards
and messages and congratulations. May God bless you all.
Due to the severe weather which forced us to be taken by bus 9
from Rochester to Buffalo, we had to make a little change.in
plans and surprised on the 30th.

SEWING MACHINE"REPAIR
To sit in with about three-hundred Democratic faithfuls in
the State Suildin and witness Supreme Court Justice MatthewJ. SPECIAL"
Jasen administer the oath to Senators and six Assemblymen 'In Your Home
and listed as Arthur delivered his acceptance speech and Cleaned & Oiled

expressed appreciation for community support,made me won- Adjust Tensions )
der if I was not dreaming. After a luncheon which I forced 9 'Free Needle & Belt Total Cost 1150
myself to taste, we were then taken to the Statler-Hilton to become *
Check all Makes
a part of more than 1,000 guests at a reception. Wiring All
ASSEMBLYMAN ARTHUR 0. EVE AND FAMILY M Year Guarantee & Models
On the morning of January 7,the E lie County Democratic
Committee met Vice President H.H. Humphrey at breakfast New York State Assemblyman/ Arthur 0. Eve is
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I at the Hotel Statler Hilton at which Assemblyman and Mrs. Eve shown with his mother, Mrs..Beatric9 Eve of Miami; wife

were in attendance. Constance, and son, Arthur Jr.FORMER .


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THE MIAMI TI MES Friday April 14, 1967 3
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I Seeks Girls Here For Training


Two new residential Job It provides a way to break out will be at three locations dur-
Corps Centers for girls from of what is for many hopeless ing the next two weeks to I ir __ ,
Impoverlshedenviornments enviornment of poverty and screen and interview _
will open this despair.In applicants for Job Corps
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month bringing the total of Miami the Women in Com- training. M 9
centers to sixteen in this coun munity Service (WICS) are They include the Neighborhood Q
Centers located at 2741
launching a program which is
N.W. 49th St. which will con-
try.The ,
expected to reach out to every
Corps is equipped to pro- needy woman who wants duct interviews on Thursday; ,
vide a vocational program and young at 7101 N.W. 3rd Ave., inter-
to take Immediate advantageof
cultural training for more than this viewing Monday April 17; and
training program.
8,000 girls. Volunteer workers of WICS at 17402 So. Dixie Highway,

which on Saturday will April screen 22.candidates : Lvr


Lawn Party Honors PresidentAt gram The from Job is open Corps economically to all training young pro-women deprived -- ::1ftL ::1


Range Funeral HomeA homes,age 16 to 21,who
have been out of school at least 'j-: M.sAyL
three months.
lawn party, open to the public well rounded program is being Those unable to call at the : !' :tI
will be hosted by Mrs. planned-Come out, enjoy the centers
evening and do all can to neighborhood may
Athalie Range at four o'clock you visit the Miami WICS officeat325WestFlagerPhone r5--
Sunday honoring Dr. Royal W. make Florida Memorial Col- t '"1'

Puryear, President of Florida lege a reality for Miami and 373-5344. r t.\, ..
Memorial College.Mrs. Miamians. ,i ''H.' ,'.". .

Range stated that "it Is .- J "' ".,
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important that everyone be a- .. '. Iio' ,:f ,, '''f(1 "1ir POETRY BRINGS PLEASURE, especially/ fo. the seven winners In the Fourth
ware of the coming of this new 'i I !1' Annual Greater Miami Poetry Festival; held at Bayfront Municipal Auditorium April

school and that v e r y o n e be f < /' ,:. i 1st. (Front row, I to r) Carol Lynn Kendall, Barry College;Sister Mary Dorothy, O.P.,

given an opportunity to contri r : ;.. ; tt president, Bofry College/ Ellen Storti, Miami Park Elementary (grade schools); Trish
bute. We need the $1.00 con [ / :' il.,; schools Edsel Ford winner of Poetiy
\; '. : ': Marks, MrMiami/ ; Sr. High (senior high ); ,
tributor as well as the $1000 ,\}\o', ,_" ,', ,. \ .t' Society of America 1966 Award; Mori Fremon, ("Other Citizens of Greater Miami"
giver. We want the$1.00 contributor ::, ;\ 1\ 1' category); Vision Laroroore-Rader, Poet Laureate of Florida, who read winning poems;
to know more about f.tl'.li': "" i'I" ) and Jordan Davidson, generachairman and sponsor of the Poetry Festival
the college and to meet the .. { .' V \' I I' "
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college president because it ,,; "
I h\ :'" PRIZE WINNING POEM
is the $1.00 donor who is : ,
more I
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likely to have his son or daugh- ; 'I// \I, I't'" ,-!:;,, ,\' \ ( I..I<< THE REBEL Francis Owes
ter attend Florida Memorial I\hwn'\ \- "'" \ 1/, "
; .' I'. a1i\ By Clyde Hall
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donor.College" than the larger I')"1'Y) "I.f.1. I I,,,!,!,,',\,''",,"':.,t'I'I'' A federal grand Jury Thurs- ginning in 1960 and continuing
IV\jllr .1':/, He always stood alone. day charged a local funeral through 1963, Francis evaded
Mrs. Range Is a trustee of the /.
i1 Income taxes either
(, ;\ \ "i Never amore the group home owner of evading Income by filing
school and /1
Commissioner for
If( i1 qi\ .. ';, "'" Big-eyeing everybody at one tax on more than$100.000 overa fraudulent Joint returnsornone
the of Miami. 4 : r '
city :::':::" ...... ., '' '. time. period of four years. at all.
artists ; : walked The UjS. that during the
Among outstanding : He always alone The four-count Indictment says
who will entertain will be European .. ,., \ .1. Never went to parties, -. named Harold L. Francis, of four years Francis reported
,
Lawrence, a native ;.i 'T j.'i" t'f'.t\\, \\ Standing far away from all 1437 N.W. 56th St. He is ownerof taxable income of $6,310on
Floridian who has appeared on .. : the girls. Francis Funeral Home. which he said he owed taxes of
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the Ed Sullivan Merv Griffin .. The indictment said that be- $432.
and Johnnie Carson shows. A /' 411111.1! I Life to him was a drag race to His real taxable income for
Hell, the four years,the governmentsaid
w Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien (right) Hatred was a thing for anytime He was born an orphan, amounted to $101,357.17and
greets AI Kinsey, Local 65, (left) as President McAvoy Never had a friend, he should have paid total
looks on. The picture was taken in the Postmaster Ge No love, either given or accepted Living with hatred in an unclean Income taxes of$30,178.94.Th .

neral's Office on'March 16, when the Executive Board soul, e indictment said that
of the National Association of Post Office Mail Hand. Only knives and beer and slim Rebelling against every- Francis also kept little or no
dark cats. thing-.but sudden death. business records and supplied
lers ,
Watchmen, Messengers and Group Leaders, AFL. false business information.

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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher \ by Whitney M. Young Jr. : ,"tI
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor By Booker T. Hayes \ : ";.
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor Executive Director National Urban League
STANLEY \I. SWEETING Theatrical Editor
Violence Overshadows Good

Memhe1, the National Newspaper Publishers Association .t .. Role, Of The Urban University

Violence, in its various forms, remains the chief attention .
.Jt \(1
(
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES getting subject throughtouttae cities and hamlets that
ONE YJAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00 make up America. The newsvmedia many, with its improved techniques The campus of the College of the City of New York is situated -
of hill overlooking the central Harlem ghetto. Its
on top a
offer: vivid on the spot coverage of acts of violence that
Entered es Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post geographic position is symbolic of the separation which exists
make the viewer or reader feel as if he or she wire on the j
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 between many urban universities and the communities they
scene. The premium placed on violence by the people who report -
the news reflects the results of numerous surveys to determine serve.
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phones 691-0421 691.0455
the preference of the majority as to their reading ha- Too often the university perches on the hilltop, oblivious to
bits. Violence to thenewspaperisequivalenttoa 50% sale at a needs of the schools are
the city. Fortunately, many leavingthe
f1e !Editor's f otebnolt supermarket, the volume of business is tremendous.the ivory tower and coming into the valley, using their ex-
years, it would appear that Americans would have had their pertise and resources to tackle the Immense problems
fill of this type of news, but it still provides the substancefor faced by the urban population.
POLITICALLY SPEAKINGAs some of our most sensational scoops.

C.C.N.Y. recently offered to break with tradition by askingthe
this is being written the general public Is still wonder- Last week John Calvin Cooley and Emory West, both Negroes city Board of Education to let it operate five schools in

ing what's going to happen In the case of former Congressman made the news. Cooley, mentally deranged, killed two Harlem. The college intends to work together with the community -
Adam Clayton Powell. In fact today, April 11, Is the time set policemen In West Palm Beach while openly professing to be to develop programs to make these ghetto schools
for an election that Is expected to decide whether or not the John the Baptist. Accounts of his act covered the front pagesof into model educational Institutions. effect, the college would

congressman will return to his seat In the House. all the newspapers throughout the state. The number of become the Board of Education for these five schools and would
Naturally, there will be a crowd supporting Powell.We believe words written to describe in detail his activities,would easily work closely with the community to make them better.

be has a chance of being returned to Congress. Ye Edi- number into the millions. The priority deserved by this act of As of this writing, the Board has yet to decide whether or not
tor will not predict what action the Congress will take If Po- violence as seen by the publishers in unquestionable. It covered to accept the college's offer, but I hope they do. Such close.

well Is elected.On prime front page space with some colums being con relations with a nearby college will help motivate pupils,

tinued on other pages.In permit greater involvement of parents, utilize the brains
Monday the Fifth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals deniedan and techniques available to top colleges,and free schools from
appeal from six Southern states to recall or delay its total contrast, Emory West, a 17-year-old Negro was elected bureaucratic traditions, replacing them with the new Ideas and
school integration order. The order embraces Integration of president of the Student Council at Miami Central High School. the fresh approach the colleges can bring.

faculties, facilities and school transportation.States Central, previously all-white, boast of a student population
involved are Alabama,Georgia Texas,Louisiana and where whites outnumber Negroes at a conservatively estimated C.C.N.Y. Is not alone In attempting to become more involved
Florida. Attorney General Gremllllon of Louisiana said they ratio of 15 to 1.The announcement concerning West and his with the total community. Other schools in metropolitan com-

would apply to Justice Hugo Black of the U. S. Supreme Court selection covered a space no larger than 21/2 by 1 1/2 inches plexes across the country are showing that they too, under-
who is in charge of the Circuit for a stay of the order. in one of the remote sections of the paper. The significance of stand that their role in urban life should one of leadership.
what bad taken place here should have In my opinion made it They know that the modern university cannot exist as an Isolated -

On Monday, Miami's City Commission voted favorably on a front page copy. Pm not referring to the personal achievementof bastion in the midst of poverty and slums.

proposal for establishing a municipal public defender's office Emory West, although he does deserve commendation for
beginning with the next budget October I.A committee will study having earned the honor bestowed upon him, bull refer to the New York University, for example, Is working with a schoolIn
the cost and make recommendations. student body who seems willing to make democracy reality, the Bedford-Stuyvesant ghetto,attempting to make it a model
The City Commission also approved plans providing free rather than a dream. A student body willing to reward ability school. N.Y.U. also has a program whereby some students
legal help to Indigent defendants In the Municipal Court. Sucha wherever they find It. A student body who will undoubtably from Harlem whose grades or finances would not ordinarily
plan sbould meet generous approval. make better American citizens than the generations before permit them to go on to college, got full scholarships to the
Howard Dixon executive director of the Equal Economic Opportunity them. school of Education in returnforpromlsingtogo back to Har-
lem to teach after graduation. Thus the students get the chance
Program, Inc.,said the action will make Miami a national -
In court The of for a career in teaching, and the community get an influxof
leader procedure. amount space allotted these two achievements(if you
trained motivated teachers to other kids from
help
escape
refer to Cooley's predicament as an achievement) shows the
appeal they hold for the general public. The newspapers play the slums.
NO MERGING FOR NAACP Many colleges and universities are also involved in the anti-
-
in the poverty program. The Ford Foundation helped the Universityof
The Idea of merging the civil rights organizations
cause of peace has not met the approval of the National Association ;generate to family conversations where the child will have the Wisconsin to establish a Department) of Urban Affairs in
forr the Advancement of Colored People. The board d(opportunity to explain his feelings to his parents. In light of Milwaukee and launch a program to help the poor there Improve -

directors said that civil rights battles will have to be foughton previous: policy,Incidents such as this should serve as a guide- living conditions and opportunities; Rutgers to..develop
their own merits, irrespective of the state of war or peace line for those making future decisions concerning our youth. an anti-poverty effort in Newark; and Purdue to conduct. family -

in the world. The competitive spirit generated by youth, overpowers any service effort In Chicago. Dozens of other universitiesare
misconception handed down through the years,maintained
engaged In tackling the urban dilemma.
The NAACP has consistently and uncompromisingly stuck to through ignorance.The .
the Job for which it was organized. The organization remains
committed to its primary goal of eliminating all forms of racial of believe These activities pay off for both the schools and the cities.
majority our youth today a person should be
discrimination and achieving court rights and equal opportunity The schools benefit because they become more vital Institutions -
able to perform any task for which be Is prepared. They feel
training their students for life hi this not
,
for all Americans.The the society,
deciding factor should be ability. They accept the resultsof
some ideal non-existent one. By working together with the cowho
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Dr.Martin competitive examinations as the basis fordetermlnlng 1 I mmunity to solve problems affection their
common concerns
Luther King, director,and Students Noo-Violence Committee will be hired. Newspapers are quick to report the riots and they build a creative atmosphere in which they can grow and,
Carmichael have their disturbances participated In by our young people,but they fail
headed by Stokely expressed opposition prosper. The university faculty represents the best brains in
to the war in Vietnam. to give proper coverage and encouragement in incidents where
the
area people of and
ability, genius vision.By setting them
the democratic
principle has served as the deciding element.
to work on urban problems cities
ideas and
can get expertise
Everyone In America and this Includes
my youngest son, available nowhere else.
age 7, knows an act of violence eta bizarre nature will make
their name a household word around the One act of
country.
The
public schools are perhaps In the best position to bene-
violence can make any obscure individual a nationally known fit from this
POLITICSBy partnership. Fresh ideas and fresh faces are
lET'S TALK figure. The seeking an Identity needs to do
person only something needed more than anything else and the colleges have them.
tragically different to achieve that aim.
But they are not the
NORMAN E. JONES only source of new vitality for public
schools.
Newspapers are suppose to report the facts in an unbiased
Immediately upon the withdrawal of Federal Troops from manner, but like all business enterprises, they cater to the
Although it has been
the former underfinanced and is in
Confederate States campaign of terror was danger of extinction -
print that will sell the most copies. The American public, by the
Teacher
unleashed against former slaves, northern republicans,of the made Corps has done wonderful work In slum
vulnerable
has this
being practice profitable one. How- schools. Corpsmen have
brought
vigor and
republican party. ever, I feel the time has come to lift the premium enjoyed by task of building enthusiasm to their
Business men were boycotted, their inventory seized, the rapport with poor youngsters and teaching
violence. intricate
Being an part of American societythe and
establishments burned at night. Farmers and planters found motivating them Unfortunately, many insecure persons In
is to inform
newspaper obligated the public of changes in po- the educational
their stock poisoned, their barns and homes burned,their help licy. In this age of modern conveniences, the newspaper still and prefer establishment fear there bright young people
murdered until soon under the force of terror and mob violence plodding away in their unimaginative fashion to
the
represents major of information for
source
a great manyof to
Negroes were afraid for their lives if they went to the Polls, our rural inhabitants.It represents their link with the ;world schools responding 10.the challenge of our educational crisis. Our
Whites were forced under the threat of death to change their around them and its are trouble and they need all the help they can
impact on public opinion can best be determined get from
registration to the Democratic Party and it became not only by its continued growth. cher, parents,volunteer groups,universities,and the Tea-
impractical but unsafe to file for elective office under the Republican corps.

Party label.
The Republican Party in the South as a factor in state and

local elections disappeared in the secessionist states for near- Why Not A March On Poverty?
ly a century not even going through the formality of offering
candidates thus giving the Democratic Party In the South absolute .
IRWIN S. FUTERF AS CENTER
ATTORNEYAs
dictatorial powers creating a monolithis one-party, a mental, discontent, etc. The mother of the non poverty stricken
Communistic, Facistic, Nazi type Ing the rise of the Stalin by 40 years, the rise of Mussolini by signs that the lot of some of the poor Is improving; evi- poverty stricken child, or the person who Is the victim of an
4: years and the rise of the rise of the greatest mass murderer dence of the success of persons, groups, and programs Involved act or crime committed by a hungry or disturbed poor in-
in modern history since King Leopold of Belgium decimated in helping in the poverty fight. wTJrTor! a tax-payer paying taxes from which welfare and
millions of natives of the African Congo,Adolf Hitler by 55 The greatest battles are of course still :ahead; the war is payments come, are certainly involved In the poverty
years. just in its inception. Those in the poverty category throughout problem
And thus with the terroristic purge of the opposition Republican the State of Florida number in the hundreds of thousands, Many Americans show their generosity and humanity by
party,assured no opposition in the general elections, the while those throughout the nation number in the millions. The adopting others, individuals and communities; often foreign

Democratic Primaries assumed total importance giving credence war to eliminate poverty Is a gigantic undertaking, and will lands. Not too long ago, the wonderful hospital ship, Hope, set
to the well worn Journalistic ,"John Doe capturedthe require tremendous expenditures of time and money by untold sail for Cartegena, in South America, laden with gifts and
Democratic nomination which is tantamount to election." numbers of persons before appreciable gains can be made. treasures of the medical world. Included was motor vehicle

Having destroyed the opposition Republican Party, the Physical and mental conditions, positions, and attitudes, from Coral Gables, for her "adopted" city.Locally,business
Democratic Party in the south had no need for cohesiveness which exist as a result of over one hundred years of environmental andsocial leaders contribute most generously to charitable

and broke Into a series of factions headed up by Democratic and hereditary experiences and factors, cannot bu causes, but many steer away from direct participation In
hopefuls of varying degrees of political strength, unleashingall easily changed. Individuals, like moving objects, tend to con- poverty problems.
of their venom against each other In the now decisive tinue in the same direction until effected by some outside Why not a Citizens March on Poverty or an "adoption"of

Democratic Primaries, creating Intra-party enmities opening force. a Poverty person or family by one financially able? Consider -
uncloseble, unhealable wounds which fragmented the Democratic Greater public participation in the fight against poverty would all of the benefits which could be derived therefrom.
Party structure beyound all hopes for aunited front a- be most welcome by the poor, and those already in the battle. If successful businessmen would contribute their knowledgeand

gainst outside opposition, each Jealous of his autonomy as dictator Surely poverty Is problem,financial: otherwise,to every- know-how to aiding the unemployed or struggling worker,
of his spUnter faction,subverting the Interestof the party one rich or poor, and all should show more concern for the and their families would undertake the responsibility of adop

for their personal Interests,pro g res s i y e 11 weakening the course of the war. We are all subject, directly or indirectly, ting, and personally assisting a poverty stricken family,sure-
Democratic Party on state and local levels. (To be continued) to the curses of poverty-crime, ill health-physical and ly there would be additional advances in the poverty war. I


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THE MIAMI TIMES. Friday, April 14, 1967 5




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The Increasing United State commitment to Vietnam -
has led to a resurgence of interest in the principles -
/ of American freedom. This Is to remind you that r
you may obtain a free copy of "Freedom's Handbook"a fii
( guide for 'citizen action ,(preserving g freedom) by i ?
writing to Freedom's Foundation, Dept. PN, Valley
Forge, Pa., 19481.

Jetting to Nassau last weekend were Mrs. Doris S s;
Silva and daughter, Jackie to attend the funeral of Pictured left to right are Frankie James, Anthony
their sister and aunt. Carter and Arzinia Royal, who entered projects in the
recent Dade County Science Fair. James' project was .
Among the principles attending the National As- "An Investigation into Standing Waves; Carter submit-
sociation of Elementary School Principals at Bostonare ted "A Geometric Interpretation of the Square and the
Alese Gill, Elizabeth Pittman, Linnie Fannin, Mary Cube of a Binomial," and Arzinia entered a bridge in,
F. Williams and Charlotte Ford Clark. the special bridge contest. Frankie and Anthony re- ..1
ceived Honorable Mention awards from the county fair
Orchids to Nathaniel Curry of 1911 Nw 153rd St., while Arzinia received a school award.
Opa-locka, who will be awarded the Young American
Medal for bravery and service. Wife of President George W. dollar scholarship fund drive.
Gore Jr., presents a check to The FAMU Alumni Associa-
Mildred Farrington was hostess to the members of
James "Jack" Gant tion is asking its graduates to
Wedding bells will ring Sunday, April 16 at Mt. the Elite Civic and Social Club, Tuesday, April 11 at dent, Florida A&M University, presi- contribute two-hundred
Olivette/ Baptist Church for Maxine Bain and Fitzgray her Brownsville/ home. Dorothy Cooper is president.The General Alumni Association. dollars or more to the fund overa
Graham. The bride-to-be Is the daughter of Mrs. Mild- She was one of the first flor- ten-year period. Mrs.Gore
red Bain and the late ,Mr. Ross Bain, and the grand- women of Antioch Baptist Church of Liberty ida A&M University graduates received her master's degree
daughter of Mrs. Clementine Morley. City observed their annual State's Tea at the Range to contribute to the one million from FAMU in 1960.

Funeral Chapel, Sunday, April 8, 4 to 6 p.m.
"Problems of Integrat on" will be the subject a
panel discussion sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa, ho- Get well wishes to Carmen Jackson at home; Ver-
norary professional! education fraternity at the Student nald Pratt at Jackson; Dr. Howard Hadley at Jackson.Mr. HEAR YE! HEAR YEtIT'S !
Union, University of Miami at 8:30 p.m. this evening
(Thursday). The program is open to the public. Pane-' and Mrs. Charles Higgs are spending a 10 day HERE,
lists Athalie Range, Miami City Commissioner; Dr. vacation in Nassau. They left on Monday accompaniedby
\ Gilbert Porter, assistant superintendent, Dade County Mrs. Higgs' sister, Mrs. Marie Reid, who has been Kiddies
} Schools; and Pat Tornillo/ executive secretary Dade here for several months.BethuneCookman Day Nursery
County Classroom Teachers Association, will speak
and answer questions from the audience. intern teachers in Dade include

Mavis Bodie, Betty Pierce and Johnnie M Williams.Get 6701 NW 23rd CourtWe
Judge Donald.E. Stone, of the Dade County Juve-
nile Court was guest speaker last Wednesday eveningin well wjshes to,,Doris Eason, long time em- here Infants
to help kept dally
the Junior High School auditorium at the cafeteria art you.
North Shore
Dorsey ployee at Dorsey Jr. (High Hos- Won't you. stop in and inspect the surroundings
PTA meeting. pital, also Harrell Williams and D. W. "Prof" Wilsonat child it is
of your as important to you.
Jackson.
WHO CAN AFFORD TO BE ILL ANYMORE? Licensed i by Dade County and State Welfare
Becoming ill is a luxury few can afford these Down from Laurinburg, N. C. to enjoy the Florida Department
days. sunshine were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Biggs. They were the
The experts say the average cost of a day in a houseguests of the W. T. Jenkins. During their stay Immediate services available.
hospital Is about $57 and soon will skyrocket to $75. they participated in baptismal services for their god-
And in the last decade, the over-all cost of medical child, Wynette Tyress, ,at the Church of the Incarna- PHONE DAILY FROM: 7:30 to6 P.M.691.2019
care has gone up 27 per cent. tion. Other guests enjoying the sunshine with the sun- NITE PHONES: 621-3139 or 633.6808

kins during this time were Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, Mr Mrs. Minnie Cooper, OwnerStarting
Mrs. Johnnie (Carolyn) Willis is attending Go- andMrs.yfooJrowWalston: Reginald from Richmond,
vernor's Conference on Education for Parents, meeting Virginia. I
at the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel at Clearwater. Carolyn
is the newly-elected/ president of Shenandoah Elemen-
School's PTA. I "'" /., l...
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Attending the Elk's convention at Fort Pierce >-
this week were Constance Sandilands and daughter, w, M
Bertha, Mildred Clarke, Eloise Johnson, Laura Foxx Sensation a'' .
and Rubye Higgins. f "
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Bobby Reid, 19-year-old Miami-Dade Junior Col- i
lege'sophomore, won the college's top award at the an-
nual banquet of the Student Government Association.He DRESS SALE'r
Street.is the son of Mrs. Mamie Chester 11530 SW 142nd


Friends and parishioners of Corpus Christie shared
an evening of fan, laughter and chatter at the Deau- v\, t Frt
ville Hotel's Casavona Room, Sunday with a "Night of
Stars" featuring Napoleon Reed and other guest artists.Mt. ETHEL MAE SANDERS

BECOMES AFFIANCED
Olivette/ Baptist Church Women's Day Com-
mittee presented Miss Joan Storr in recital, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. William San-
April 9 at the church. Joan was superb in her beautiful ders of Tallahassee, have announced -
renditions.We the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Ethel
came across a very interesting booklet written Mae Sanders, to Joseph Immanuel -
by. a practicing psychoanalyst and psychologist for a Evans of; Miami,son of
cosmetics firm, on the significance of skin conditionsin Mr. RichardEvans and the late
Mrs..Cecelia Evans ,
women. Both cosmetic conformity and cosmetic I Bahamas.
neglect are seen as symptons of certain emotional and Miss Sanders
was graduated
social problems. Free from Consumer Services, Pfizer, from Lincoln High School, April' 13COTTONSARNELSKITS
Pacquin Division, Dept. PN 235 E.42nd, New York Tallahassee, in 1963. She is a Thursday, ,
New York, 10017. senior In the School of Phar- r r.
macy, Florida A. & M. Uni-
Friends of Percy Styles are sending. Get-well versity. sssssss .,J!is+a'sesss
wishes his way at 899 NW 4th Street. Mr. Evans was graduatedfrom
Booker T. Washington
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Do you know what a "churkendoose" Is? If you High School in Miami, and {,7
Clark College in Atlanta, Ga.,
have witnessed a demonstration by Mrs. Gladys Raw-
lings at West Laboratory School, representing the Phi- where he received a Bachelor
of Friends "Green Circle of Science degree in b i o log y. and Dark Colors :
ladelphia Quaker Soceity Light
he is
Presently, a junior In the '
Project," you most certainly do. Churkendoose, the School of Pharmacy at Florida, rr Sizes 5 to 20 fA I
bird that is part chicken, turkey, dud and goose, hated A. & M. 12i! to 22'/
for his difference, until he became a hero. (Deals with n Also Sizes J

human prejudice). (
The demonstration was sponsored by the South I
Florida School Desegration Consulting Center at the ,
rector.University of Miami, Dr. Gordon Foster, associate diI I OUR CLASSIFIEDADS h $777 $1177 ,



Little Yssa McDonald, daughter of Asquith and """-

: Thelma McDonald, entertained friends at her home, EDIS ON CENTER STYLED BY
\ 1928 NW 66th Street, Saturday afternoon in honor of BRING RESULTS 6112 NW 7th Avenue Open Evenings 't'l 9 a JUST PETITES
her 7th birthday. Yssa received many beautiful gifts

and sends a big "Thank You" to all of her friends. .



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4 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 14, 1967H.

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To Be Equal ',;,I

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E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher by Whitney M. Young Jr. 'f j'::
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor Booker T. Hayes '
Executive PI rector National Urban League
WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor

Member ,of the National Newspaper Publishers Association Violence Overshadows' ,,' Good Role\ Of The Urban University

Violence, in its various forms, remains the chief attention. 'I' '

"I' SUBSCRIPTION RATES getting subject throughtout the many cities and hamlets,that The campus of the College of the City of New Vbrk is situated -
ONE Y $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $6.00
\ make up America. The news media, with its Improved techni- on top of a hill overlooking the central Harlem ghetto. Its
ques offer vivid on the spot coverage of acts of violence that
of the separation which exists
Entered o. Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the Post geographic position is symbolic
make the viewer reader feel if he she the
or as or ware on
Office at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 between many urban universities and the communities they
who
report -
the
scene. The premium placed on violence by people
the news reflects the results of numerous surveys to determine serve.
Office at 6530 NW 15th Ave. Phones 691-0421 691.0455 j
the preference of the majority as to their reading ha- Too often the university perches on the hilltop, oblivious to
bits. Violence to the newspaper is equivalent to a 50% sale at a the needs of the city. Fortunately, many schools are leavingthe

Hip Settlor's Notebook supermarket, the volume of business is tremendous.Over the ivory tower and coming Into the valley, using their ex-
cr c years, it would appear that Americans would have had their pertise and resources to tackle the immense problems
fill of this type of news, but it still provides the substancefor faced by the urban population.

POLITICALLY SPEAKING : some of our most sensational scoops.
C.C.N.Y. recently offered to break with tradition by askingthe
As this is being written the general public is still wonder- Last week John Calvin Cooley and Emory West, both Negroes city Board of Education to let it operate five schools in

ing what's going to happen in the case of former Congressman made the news. Cooley, mentally deranged, killed two Harlem. The college intends to work together with the community
Adam Clayton Powell. In fact today, April 11, is the time set policemen in West Palm Beach while openly professing to be to develop programs to make these ghetto schools

for an election that is expected to decide whether or not the John the Baptist. Accounts of his act covered the front pagesof into model educational institutions. In effect,the college would

congressman will return to his seat In the House. all the newspapers throughout the state. The number of become the Board of Educationfor these five schools and would

Naturally, there will be a crowd supporting Powell.We believe words written to describe in detail his activities,would easily work closely with the community to make them better.As .
he has a chance of being returned to Congress. Ye Edi- number into the millions. The priority deserved by this act of of this writing, the Board has yet to decide whether or not
tor will not predict what action the Congress will take If Powell violence as seen by the publishers in unquestionable. It covered to accept the college's offer, but I hope they do. Such close

is elected.On prime front page space with some colums being con- relations with a nearby college will help motivate pupils,

tinued on other pages.In permit greater involvement of parents, utilize the brains
Monday the Fifth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals deniedan and techniques available to top colleges,and free schools from

appeal from six Southern states to recall or delay Its total contrast, Emory West, a 17-year-old Negro was elected bureaucratic traditions, replacing them with the new ideas and
school integration order. The order embraces integration of president of the Student Council at Miami Central High School. the fresh approach the colleges can bring.

faculties, facilities and school transportation.States Central, previously all-white, boast of a student population
to become Involvedwith
alone in attempting more
not
involved are Alabama,Georgia, Texas,Louisiana where whites outnumber Negroes ataconservativelyestimated C.C.N.Y.
Florida. Attorney General Gremllllon of Louisiana said they ratio of 15 to 1. The announcement concerning West and his the total community. Other schools in metropolitan complexes -

would apply to Justice Hugo Black of the U. S. Supreme Court selection covered a space no larger than 21/2 by 11/2 inchesin across the country are showing that they too, under-
who is in charge of the Circuit for a stay of the order. one of the remote sections of the paper. The significance of stand that their role in urban life should be one of leadership.
what had taken place here should have in my opinion made it They know that the modern university cannot exist as an iso-

On Monday, Miami's City Commission voted favorably on a front page copy. I'm not referring to the personal achievementof lated bastion in the midst of poverty and slums.

proposal for establishing a municipal public defender's office Emory West, although he does deserve a commendation for
beginning with the next budget October 1.A committee will stu- having earned the honor bestowed upon him, but refer to the New York University, for example, is working with a schoolin
dy the cost and make recommendations.The student body who seems willing to make democracy reality, the Bedford-Stuyvesant ghetto,attempting to make it a model
City Commission also approved plans for providing free rather than a dream. A student body willing to reward ability school. N.Y.U. also has a program whereby some students
legal help to indigent defendants in the Municipal Court Sucha wherever they find it. A student body who will undoubtablymake from Harlem whose grades or finances would not ordinarity
permit them to go on to college, got full scholarships to the
plan should meet generous approval. better American citizens than f the generations before
of Education in return for promising togo back to Har-
Howard Dixon, executive director of the Equal Economic Opportunity them. school
lem to teach after graduation.Thus the students get the chance
Program, Inc.,said the action will make Miami a national -
for In teaching and the community get an influx
a career ,
leader in court procedure.NO The amount of space allotted these two achievementsif you 1
of trained, motivated teachers to help other kids escape from
refer to Cooley's predicament as an achievement) shows the'
appeal they hold for the general public. The newspapers pla>, the slums.
MERGING FOR NAACPThe a large role in furnishing subject matter for family discus, Many colleges and universities are also Involved lathe antipoverty -

idea of merging the civil rights organizations in the sions. Proper coverage on issues such as West's election could 1: program. The Ford Foundation helped the University
cause of peace has not met the approval of the National Association generate to family conversations where the child will have the i of Wisconsin to establish a Department of Urban Affairs .inof
forr the Advancement of Colored People. The board d[opportunity to explain his feelings to his parents. In light Milwaukee and launch a program to help the poor there Improve -

directors said that civil rights battles will have to be foughton Previous: policy,incidents such as this should se rve as a guide- living conditions and opportunities; Rutgers to developan
line for those making future decisions concerning anti-poverty effort In Newark and Purdue to conduct family
their own merits, irrespective of the state of war or peacein our youth. ; a -
the world. The competitive spirit generated by youth, overpowers any service effort in Chicago. Dozens of other universities
misconception handed down through the years, maintained are engaged in tackling the urban dilemma.
to
The NAACP has consistently and uncompromisingly stuck through ignorance.The .
the job for which it was organized. The organization remains
committed to its primary goal of eliminating allforms of racial These activities pay off for both the schools and the cities.
majority of our youth today believe a person should be 1
The schools benefit because they become more vital institutions -
and
and court
equal
discrimination achieving rights opportunity -
able to
perform task for which he Is feel
any prepared. They
for all Americans.The training their students for life in this society, not
the deciding factor should be the resultsof
ability.
They accept
some ideal non-existent one. By working together with the community -
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Dr.Martin competitive examinations as the basis fordetermining wh| to solve problems affection their common concerns,
Luther King, director,and the Students Non-Violence Committee will be hired. Newspapers are quick to report the riots and', they build a creative atmosphere in which they can grow and

headed by Stokely Carmichael, have expressed their opposition disturbances participated in by our young people,but they fail prosper. The university faculty represents the best brains in
to the war in Vietnam.LET'S to give proper coverage and encouragement in incidents where 1 the
area, people of ability, genius and vision.By setting them
the
democratic
has served the
principle
as element.
deciding
1 to work on urban problems, cities can get ideas and expertise
Everyone in America and this includes
my youngest son, available nowhere else.
age 7, knows an act of violence of a bizarre nature will make!
their name a household word around the country. One act of
The public schools are perhaps in the best position to bene-
TALK POLITICS violence can make any obscure individual a nationally known' fit from this partnership. Fresh Ideas and fresh faces are
figure. The person seeking an Identity needs only to do some- needed more than anything else and the colleges have them.

thing tragically different to achieve that aim. But they are not the only source of new vitality for public
By NORMAN E. JONES schools.

Newspapers are suppose to report the facts in an unbiased
Immediately the withdrawal of Federal Troops from
upon manner, but like all business enterprises they cater to the
Although it has been
the former Confederate States a campaign of terror was underfinanced and is in danger of extinction -
print that will sell the most copies. The American public by
unleashed against former slaves, northern republicans,of the the Teacher Corps has done wonderful work in slum
being vulnerable,has made this practice a profitable one. How- schools. Corpsmen have
republican party. brought vigor and enthusiasm to their
ever, I feel the time has come to lift the premium enjoyed by task of building
Business men were boycotted, their Inventory seized, the violence. rapport with poor youngsters and teaching
Being an intricate part of American societythe and
establishments burned at night. Farmers and planters found motivating them Unfortunately, many insecure persons in
newspaper is obligated to inform the public of changes in
their stock their barns and homes burned their po- the educational establishment fear there
poisoned, help In bright young peopleand
licy. this age of modern conveniences, the newspaper still
murdered until soon under the force of terror and mob violence prefer plodding away In their unimaginative fashion to
represents the major source of information for
a great
Negroes were afraid for their lives if they went to the Polls, rural manyof responding to the challenge of our educational crisis. Our
inhabitants.It
our
represents their link with,the world
Whites were forced under the threat of death to change their around them and its schools are in.trouble and they need all the help they can
impact on public opinion can best be determined -
from
get
registration to.the Democratic Party and it became not only by its continued growth. cher, parents,volunteer groups,universities,and the Tea-
impractical but unsafe to file for elective office under the Republican Corps. I'

Party label.
The Republican Party in the South as a factor in state and

local elections disappeared in the secessionist states for near- Why Not A March On
?
ly a century not even going through the formality of offering Poverty

candidates, thus giving the Democratic Party in the South ab-

solute dictatorial powers creating a monolithis one-party, a IRWIN S. FUTERFAS, CENTER ATTORNEYAs mental, discontent, etc. The mother of the non poverty stricken

Communistic, Facistic, Nazi type of political system preceed- the war on poverty rages, we are seeing Increasing child who sets next to, or associates with, an ill or infected
ing the rise of the Stalin by 40 years, the rise of Mussolini by signs that the lot of soma of the poor Is improving; evi- poverty stricken child, or the person who Is the victim of an
45 years and the rise of the rise of the greatest mass murderer dence of the success of persons, groups, and programs involved act or crime committed by a hungry or disturbed poor individual -
in modern history since KlngLeopold of Belgium decimated in helping in the poverty fight. or a tax-payer paying taxes from which welfare and

millions of natives of the African Congo,Adolf Hitler by 55 The greatest battles are of course still ahead; the war is child aid payments come, are certainly involved in the poverty
years. just in its inception. Those in the poverty category throughout problem.

And thus with the terroristic purge of the opposition Republican the State of Florida number In the hundreds of thousands, Many Americans show their !generosity and humanity by

party,assured of no opposition in the general elections, the while those throughout the nation number In the millions. The adopting others, Individuals and communities; of ten foreign

Democratic Primaries assumed total importance giving credence war to eliminate poverty is a gigantic undertaking, and will lands. Not too long ago, the wonderful hospital ship, Hope, set
to the well worn Journalistic phrase,"John Doe capturedthe require tremendous expenditures of time and money by untold sail for Cartegena, In South America, laden with gifts and
Democratic nomination which is tantamount to election." numbers of persons before appreciable gains can be made. treasures of the medical world. Included was motor vehicle

Having destroyed the opposition Republican Party, the Physical and mental conditions, positions, and attitudes, from Coral Gables, for her "adopted" city.Locally,business
Democratic Party in the south had no need for cohesivenessand which exist as a result of over one hundred years of envir.. andsocial leaders contribute most generously to charitable

broke into a series of factions headed up by Democratic onmental and hereditary experiences and factors, cannot bu causes, but many steer away from direct participation in
hopefuls of varying degrees of political strength, unleashingall easily changed. Individuals, like moving objects, tend to con- poverty problems.
of their venom against each other in the now decisive tinue in the same direction until effected by some outside Why not a Citizens March on Poverty or an "adoption"of

Democratic Primaries, creating intra-party enmities opening force. a poverty person or family by one financially able? Con-
uncloseble, unhealable wounds which fragmented the Democratic Greater public participation in the fight against poverty would sider all of the benefits which could be derived therefrom.
Party structure beyound all hopes for united front a- be most welcome by the poor, and those already In the battle. If successful businessmen would contribute their knowledgeand

gainst outside opposition, each jealous of his autonomy as dic- Surely poverty Is a problem,financial and otherwise,to every know-how to aiding the unemployed or struggling worker,
tator of his splinter faction, subverting the Interest of the party one rich or poor, and all should show more concern for the and their families would undertake the responsibility adopting -

for their personal interests,progressively weakening the course of the war. We are all subject, directly or Indirectly, ,, and personally assisting a poverty stricken family,sure-
Democratic Party on state and local levels. (To be continued) to the curses of poverty--crime, ill health--physical and ly there would be additional advances in the poverty war.




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The increasing United State commitment to Vietnam
has I ltd to a resurgence of interest in the principles -
/ of American freedom. This is to remind you that
you may obtain a free copy of "Freedom's Handbook"a
( guide for 'citizen action for,preserving freedom) bywriting
to Freedom's Foundation, Dept. PN, Valley/ I
Forge, Pa., 19481.

Jetting to Nassau last weekend were Mrs. Doris -
Silva/ and daughter, Jackie to attend the funeral of Pictured left to right are Frankie James, Anthony
their sister and aunt. Carter and Arzinia Royal who entered projects in the
recent Dade County Science Fair. James' project was .
Among the principles attending the Notional As "An Investigation into Standing Waves; Carter submit.t .
sociation of Elementary School Principals at Bostonare "A Geometric Interpretation of the Square and the
Alese/ Gill, Elizabeth Pittman, Linnie Fannin, MaryF. Cube of a Binomial," and Arzinia entered a bridge in, l li lj.
Williams/// and Charlotte Ford Clark. the special bridge contest. Frankie and Anthony received
Honorable Mention awards from the county fair
Orchids to Nathaniel Curry of ?9M NW 153rd St., while Arzinia received a school award. j.
Opa-locka/ who will be awarded the Young American
Wife of President George W. dollar scholarship fund drive.
Medal for bravery and service.
Gore Jr., presents a check to The FAMU Alumni Associa-
Mildred hostess the members of
Farrington was to
James "Jack" Gant presi- tion is asking its graduates to
Wedding bells/ will ring Sunday, April 16 at Mt. the Elite Civic and Social Club, Tuesday, April 11 at dent, Florida A&M University, contribute two-hundred
Olivette Baptist Church for Maxine Sain and Fitzgray her Brownsville home. Dorothy Cooper is president.The General Alumni Association.She dollars or more to the fund overa
Graham. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mrs. Mild. was one of the first Flor- ten-year period. Mrs.Gore
red Bain and the late ,Mr. Ross Bain, and the grand women of Antioch Baptist Church of Liberty ida MM University graduates received her master's degree
daughter of Mrs. Clementine Morley. City observed their annual State's Tea at the Range to contribute to the one million from FAMU in 1960.

Funeral Chapel, Sunday, April 8, 4 to 6 p.m.
"Problems/ of Integrat on" will/ be the subject a
panel discussion sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa, honorary Get well wishes to Carmen Jackson at home; Ver-
professional, education fraternity at the Sfudent nald/ Pratt at Jackson; Dr. Howard Hadley at Jackson. HEAR YE! HEAR YE!
Union, University of Miami at 8:30 p.m. this evening
(Thursday). The program is open to the public. Pane Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgs are spending a 10 day IT'S HERE,
lists Athalie Range, Miami City Commissioner; Dr. vacation in Nassau. They left on Monday accompaniedby
Gilbert Porter, assistant superintendent, Dade County Mrs. Higgs' sister, Mrs. Marie Reid, who has been Kiddies Nursery
Schools; and Pat Tornillo, executive secretary Dade here for several months.BethuneCookman Day
County Classroom Teachers Association, will speak
and answer questions from the audience. intern teachers in Dade include

Mavis. Bodie, Betty Pierce and Johnnie M W'//'oms./ 6701 NW 23rd Court
Judge Donald E. Stone, of the Dade County Juvenile

Court was guest speaker last Wednesday eveningin Get well wishes to,Doris/ Eason, long time em- We here to help Infants kept daily
the Dorsey Junior High School auditorium at the ployee at Dorsey,Jr. High cafeteria, North Shore Hospital Won't are you stop in and you.inspect the surroundingsof

PTA meeting. also Harrell Williams and D. W. "Prof" Wilson your child, as it is important to you.
at Jackson.
WHO CAN AFFORD TO BE ILL ANYMORE? Licensed i by Dade County and State Welfare
Becoming ill is a luxury few can afford these Down from Laurinburg, N. C. to enjoy the Florida Department
days. sunshine were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Biggs. They were the
The experts say the average cost of a day in a houseguests of the W. T. Jenkins. During their stay Immediate services available.
hospital is about 557 and soon will skyrocket to 575. they participated in baptismal services for their god-
And in the last decade, the over-all cost of medical child, Wynette Tyress, ,at the Church of the /Incarna- PHONE DAILY FROM: 7:30 to6 P.M.691.2019
care has gone up 27 per cent. tion. Other guests enjoying the sunshine with the sun.kins NITE PHONES: 621.3139 or 633.6808

during this time were Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, Mr. Mrs. Minnie Cooper, Owner
Mrs. Johnnie (Carolyn) Willis/// is attending' the Go. and Mrs.,Woodrow Walston/ and Reginald from Richmond,
vernor's Conference on Educatton for Parents, meeting Virginia.
at the Jack Tar Harrison Hotel at Clearwater. Carolynis
the newly-elected president of Shenandoah Elemen

tary School's PTA.Attending :::
,
ft
the Elk's convention at Fort Pierce .
this week were Constance Sandilands and daughter,
Bertha, Mildred Clarke, Eloise Johnson, Laura Foxx Sensational
and Rubye Higgins.

Bobby Reid, 19-year-old Miaml-Dade Junior Col. JrM
lege sophomore, won the college's/ top award at the an
nual banquet of the Student Government Association.He DRESS SALE

Street.is the son of Mrs. Mamie Chester, 11530 SW 142nJ


Friends and parishioners of Corpus Christie shared
an evening of fun, laughter and chatter at the Deau- '
ville Hotel's Casavona Room, Sunday with a "Night of -
Stars" featuring Napoleon Reed andotherguest artists.Mt. ETHEL MAE SANDERS ,

BECOMES AFFIANCEDMr.
Olivette Baptist Church Women's Day Com
mittee presented Miss Joan Storr in recital, Sunday, and Mrs. William San-
April 9 at the church. Joan was superb in her beautiful ders at Tallahassee, have announced -
renditions.We the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Ethel
come across a very interesting booklet written Mae Sanders, to Joseph Immanuel -
by a practicing psychoanalyst and psychologist for a Evans of Miami,son of
of skin conditionsin Mr. Richard Evans and the late
cosmetics firm, on the significance
Mrs..Cecelia Evans Nassau,
women. Both cosmetic conformity and cosmetic I Bahamas.
neglect are seen as symptons of certain emotional and r
Miss Sanders was graduated
social problems. Free from Consumer Services, Pfizer, from Lincoln High School, Thursday April;' 13COTTONSARNELSKITS
Pacquin Division/ Depf. PN 235 E.42ndSt.New York, Tallahassee, In 1963. She Is a Starting .
, New York, 10017. senior In the School of Phar-
macy, Florida A. & M. Uni-
Friends of Percy Styles are sending Get-well versity. JI
wishes his way at 899 NW 4th Street. Mr. Evans was graduatedfrom
Booker T.
Washington
High School in Miami and ;: 'r'
Do you know what a "churkendoose" is? If you ,
Clark College in Atlanta, Ga., t : fLight
have witnessed a demonstration by Mrs. Gladys Raw-
where he
I lings at West Laboratory School, representing the Philadelphia received a Bachelorof \
Science degree in b i 1
o o g y.
Colors
of Friends "Green Circle and Dark '
Quaker Soceity
Presently, he is a junior in the rr
Project/ ," you most certainly do. Churkendoose, the School of Pharmacy at Florida, : Sizes 5 to 20
bird that is part chicken, turkey, duck and goose, hated A. &M.OUR. 12'/2' 22'/j .
Sizes to
Also
for his difference, until he became a hero. (Deals with '
human prejudice\ ). (
The demonstration was sponsored by the South "
Florida School Desegration Consulting Center at the ..
rector.University of Miami, Dr. Gordon Foster, associate di. CLASSIFIEDADS $777 $1117


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Little Yssa McDonald, daughter of Asquith and
McDonald entertained friends at her home, STYLED BY
Thelma/ EDISON CENTER
1925 NW 66th Street, Saturday afternoon beautiful in honor gifts, of BRING RESULTS 6112 NW 7th Avenue Open Evenings I 'til.19 +- JUST PETITES
her 7th birthday. Yssa received many
and sends a big "Thank You" to all of her Friends



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SECOND MANOR PARK IMIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBy I

Our Boys in the, j. CONCERT APRIL 23 RICOp JD

The second in a series ofBand FOCUS
Concerts will be conducted at
Armed Forces /; Manor Park on April 23rd at HEIGN 'SDIIi11111NNiuiSii1111N11111INN11N1'

5 p.m. Mrs. Valdez Murray,a
native Miamian will be Guest '
Soloist for the occasion. The
Gwendolyn Lavern Ross
concert band, under the direction -
Y of Ceasor LaMonica was
Ny v+ well received in the appear- SCHOOL SCOOPS
J ;J::": ance of April 2nd and pro- Seventy troupers, representing Palmetto's Chorus, toured
I .,, mises another stirring pre- Clewiston and West Palm Beach to demonstrate choral tech-
:. sentation for the 23rd.Gordon niques to Junior high audiences. Directed by Mr. Dale Wil-
iI, l Shaw will narrate. These con- loughby, the songsters returned from their three-day trip on
certs are being sponsored by Friday.
the city of Miami, at the suggestion Palmetto's Modern Dance Club will dance their way Into
of Commissioner your hearts at their annual Recital on April 14, at 8 p.m. In
ENTERS U.S. AIR FORCE:;Athalie Range. It is hoped that the auditorium. Admission Is one dollar.
Miss Dianna Green,daughterof the public appreciation will Go Italian! Join with other students and parents at the spa-
14 Mrs. Flora B. Green, 2311 bring even greater demandsfor dinner being served by the Killian Booster Club from 5:30 to
NW 152nd Street has been selected affairs of this nature. 7:30 p.m. on April 18. Between forkfuls of spaghetti, you'll be
for enlistment by the entertained by the chorus and band In the cafeteria. The cost
United States Air Force.Miss EXPRESSION OF Is 75? per plate.Principal .
A3C Calvin A. Dorsettsonof A3C John K. Hadley, son of Green became interested in E. J. Arahill, PTA President James Johnson,
Mrs. Doris Dorsett of 1000 Mr. &Mrs. Ernest Hadley of the women of the Air Force THANKSMrs. Chairman Mrs. Marie McCall, and Co-chairman Mrs.Gerald
N.W. First Avenue, Miami Is 1181 N.W. 29th St., Is home on when she learned from her Air Marie Reid of NassauN. Pratt wish to thank all those participates for making the Second -
home on twenty-one day leave. 30 days leave. After comple- Force recruiter, Sgt. Joe P. Bahamas, who has spent Annual Calendar Tea a success.
Airman Dorsett had his basic tion of his six weeks of basic fliers that the USAF offers a the past several months here Certificates of honor were presented to Mrs. Edward Lee,
training and technical school training at Lackland A F B. combination of educational opportunities in Miami, during which time Mrs. Isabel Pope, Mrs. Lafayette Hall, Mrs. Coy Allen, Mrs.
ar'Amarillo AFB, Texas. Air- After the thirty days leave air- and interesting careers she had medical services at Milton Lawrence, Mrs. Albert Hepburn, Mrs. Oscar Stafford,
man Dorsett attended the air- man Hadley will be assignedover that is unequaled anywhere Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Robert A. Van Volkenburg, and Mrs. Joan Crawford.
craft maint school. While att- seas in England. A grad- for today's modern While recuperating she was Trophies were awared to winners of the table decoration
ending technical school uate of Booker "T" Washington young women. Miss Green Is a the houseguest of her sister contest. They were: First place, Mrs. Booker T. Hayes, a
airman Dorsett request his In June 66. Entered the graduate of North DadeSenior and brother-in-law, Mr. and Fourth of July theme; second place, Mrs. Thomas Lane, May
next assignment at HomesteadAFB U. S. Air Force in December High School and she attended Mrs. Charles Higgs, 1601 NW Day theme; and third place, Mrs. Julius Stevens, a Bridal
(Fla.), and was very 1966. Miami-Dade Junior College. 64th Street, wishes to express shower theme.
pleased when he received this Women Interested in Joiningthe her sincere gratitude to all the Sincere thanks to the Shootes Trio(Eric, Camille, and Allen -
assignment. He will be assigned Women of the Air Force kind friends who sent flowers, ), members of the combo, models who participated In the
toHomestead after (WAF) should see Sgt.fliers at cards, paid visits and all other Fashion Show of the Seasons, and the members of the Celes-
completion of his leave. Airman 995 NW 119th St., or call him courtesies that were so gra- tial Choir of Second Baptist Church.
Dorsett graduated from 681-4161 for informationabout ciously extended to her.Thank Thanks also to Miss Victoria Simpson, Mrs. Edward Mer-
Booker "T" Washington High the WAF program. you very, very much! cer and Father Pickels, who served as Judges. Mrs. James
School In June 66 and enteredthe Marshall presided as emcee.
Air Force in October 66.
SOCIAL NOTESMr.

Willie Pearson honored his wife Betty with a surprise
S/iev/Ys/ Bill Would
birthday party on Friday night. April 7, at their home in New
yf: Heights. The couple played hosts to guests from Coconut Grove
City and Richmond .
Liberty Heights.The

Doom Death' Penalty
music of Mr. Rudolph Adams, the Shootes Trio, and
Janice Waters will be featured at a Musical Fashion Tea on
Dade Senator Robert Shevin rent to capital crimes." Sunday, April 16, from 4 to 6 p.m., at Tots Town Kindergarten -
proposed a law Friday In the His bill would "go a long way (14680 Bethune Drive). Sportswear, dress and evening
Custer Job Corpsman Willie Florida Legislature that would toward eliminating the death wear will be modeled by local women and guest models, Mrs.
Thomas, son of Mrs. Pinkie "severely modify"capital pu- penalty and insure that it only Plnkei L. Lowe and Mrs. Corrine Houston.
Lee Thomas, 1085 NW 58thSt. nishment. be Invoked In the most heinous Sponsored by the Richmond Heights Women's Club,the eventIs
was transferred last Mondayto Shevin's proposal would not crimes," he said. an annual affair. A donation of one dollar is requested.
Capital Center,Washington, Impose the death penalty unless Although there are more than .
It Is recommended unani-, 50 men awaiting execution at ,
D. C., where ha will be assigned -.
NIGHT IN NASSAU AT NORTHWESTERNThespian
to training'in a governmental -'mously by" a 12-man Jury. Florida State Prison,the death
office. The death penalty is automatically penalty has not been Imposedfor
two live combo bands and Ba-
three Gov. Troupe 1880 will
imposed presently over years.
Corpsman Thomas whocameto ,
PFC Jayfus Darling, son of Custer Center a,year ago when a Jury returns a guilty Haydon Burns signed no death present a big night in Nassau hamian dancers. There will
Mrs. Mercy Darling of 2026 was enrolled In Custer's Cle- 'verdict in a capital case and warrants during his adminis- In the Northwestern gym, Saalso be a wayout floor show,
tration. Gov. Claude Kirk has turday, April 15 at 8 p.m.Ad- the limbo contests and the
NW 71st Street Is stationed at rical Trades program. 'the majority of Its members
I Fort Knox, Ky., and hopes to At Custer he was a member J fall to recommend mercy. promised to enforce the law. mission Is 49$. There will be works.
return home soon. of the Battle Creek and Kala- The Senator said he filed his His bill would throw the burden -
mazoo Youth Councils and was I bill after he read stores in the of Imposing the death penalty -
assistant to the Battle Creek :Miami Herald that showed at "squarely on the Jury,"
Youth Council president. I least "two men presently are Shevin said.Since it requires a 1 L.{, Callw'I
on death row for a murder they unanimous Jury to convict,"it .4,
:apparently did not commit." should also take a unamimous CHARLESROGERS
He said he believes the death Jury to Impose the death penalty ,;
Airman Alphonso R. Welch, I penalty "is really not a deter ," he said.
son of Mr. & Mrs. Roosevelt
.
Welch of 3066 N.W.51st.Terr.Miami .
J7 qPrivate entered the U.S. Air 1
Force on Tuesday April ll. He
will go to Texas for his basic LIB-CITY! : AT PL 1-7502
training and then will be
assigned In the mechanicalfield NOW SHOWING

,his the enlistment.field he selected Airman before RlVE IN THEATRE For A Good Buy on

Welch graduated from Miami A Piano
Jackson High School In June FIRST Ml AMI SHOWING Organ,
1965 and attended Miami Dade
JR. College. For further information sunNuisiwTINK.woorion wirPWM11N1PICTNNIrotxru Scott Stereoor
TlmontyE.Sally,RA about your opp-
10822150 who Is now stationed ortunities for travel and
I in Ettllngen, Germany with the advancement in the U.S. Air This ,Orchestra
Combat Engineers has been Force see Sgt. Bill Randall, motion picturewill whit
promoted to E3. at 109 N.E. 5th St, or Phone n do you Instruments
379-1702. probably do as much

for mothers as 'Moby Dick' of tA.t,

did for whales... mothin?

Urban League 1u.r.a

,RICHARD QUINE nonunionHosalindHussell

MembershipCampaign .::

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Robert Morse'Barbara Harris-

The Greater Miami Urban Hugh Griffith-JonathanWinterss

1 tR League, an inter-racial and I
educational agency, will begin I
their annual Membership r

Campaign, April 10.
EXECUTION BY PYTHON.
-- -- Under the leadership of Mr. lilt &K MALE GEISHA GIRLS AND .a
choresas David Williams and 9
Presently performing Mr.Chas. r SHOCKING ORIENTAL MASSAGE
company clerk at Head- Curry, the Membership Com- i
w SAVAGE AFRICAN BATHING BEAUTIES
quarters & lIeadquarts Com- mittee set as its goal 1,000 Irf VICTOR PIANOS & ORGANS
pany, 1st Signal Battalion in new members.The .
Munich, Germany PFC Her- Corner HW 54th St. & NW 3rd A'It. 751.7502
Sands son of Mrs. Hil- Urban League invites the '
man Or 2010 BUtoyne Blvd. Miami FR 7-0401
dreth Sands who resides at membership of all citizens to
1136 NW 74th Street. PFC aid In improving the workingand In Broword Coll JA 2.5131 or visit ,
Sands graduated from North- living conditions of Mia- 1103 East las Olas '3lv< Ft. Lauderdale JA 5-3716 I
western High of Miami in 1965. mi's Negro population. S EGRETS OF THE FORBIDDEN WORLD REVEALED BY THE HIDDEN CAMERA

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the little red book; dade County Beauticians Unit No.
49 feted Dunbar Elementary schoolmarm Jordan's mother,
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Mrs. Betty Newbold, the beautician with a Surprise Party-
Banquet last Sabbath in the Black Angus Restaurant ..
t' along Biscayne Boulevard The d
uncanny blind boy Joe Walker, who debuted I *
here via WFEC a few semeters ago, brings 9 !
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his "Gospel Ship of Zion"broadcast back to !, i! f
'I' WAME Marian Coleman of Deland and !ft'
Ruth James of Greenwich, Conn., house- .
c, guested with mortician Mrs. Lovel(Artie) .!
.;; .Richardson, Sr., a week previous. Ex-Q p -P ___ $ +
patrolman Eguene Butler at 15th Avenue and i'
." N. W. 71st Street,using his police knowhowin \, ".f',,/ _
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directing, female inquirer to her destination.
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1ti.'f.''f. NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Bernard Mitchell and Carolyn Bea
,,)\ 1.McIntosh will wind up their sizzling courtship April 23, when
; l. .I.. they stand before Rev. P. D. Brantley for the "I Do" vows.-
4 j! v The merger will be held Greater Israel Bethel P. B. Church NORTHWESTERN CONCERT IN SPRING MUSicAL
<:. t: Rick Hicks anxiously awaits those four remaining years Four Attend Hampton Institute
when her soldier-hubby Eugene(stationed in Bethesda, Md.) You are cordially invited to the Spring Musical
I _. will terminate a 20-year service career and return home for sponsored by Vocal Department of the Miami North-
., [ keeps -. Little Willie Eve of Opa-locka bedded at Jackson Regional IN Atlanta western Senior High School/, Thursday night, April

I.. Memorial Hospital .Ditto Sparky and Pinky-Dot Davis' sis- ... 20, at 8 p.m. in the school's auditorium.
ter Catherine, an inmate in Room 642.. Hampton House bar- president NHAA; Oliver G. Featured on the program will be the Concerti,
maid Roberta White, Ruby Lazier and Parker Johnson at Bill Taylor Affairs Jr., director of Alum- Girls' and Mixed Choruses. The vocal and Instrumental -

i, Harris' Satellite Lounge. 4f ni candidate;for Bernard NHAA Pendleton presidency -, numbers will further highlight the program. The

accompanists are Beatrice Mclver, Etta Mclver, and
and Dr.Nellie Randall 196 6
SALT WATER TAFFY: Look for a permanent "What's My ; ,
Beneby. Arthur L. Evans is the choral director.
Line?" panelist to sit in(replacing the late Dotty Kilgallen) ,. Alumna of the year.
,. by mid-AprIL Harper's Bazaar publisher Bill Fine is being f
.' considered and could be the daddy... St. Agnes Church sport- Attorney Bernard R.Fielding MICHAEL'S KINDERGARTEN
ing new pews I'd like to hear the 'sexy' voice of "TJ the of Charleston, S. C. served as
DJ" back on WMBM again --or is ho ? ? ? Charles B. Christie acting chairman for the Southeastern Fashion Show aid Tea
in khaki uniform and officer's badge,giving incoming autos 4 Region, NHAA; and,
1" Inspection as a member of Miami's Auto InspectionStation at r 1 was elected first vice presi- Will be held Sunday, April 16, 1967
i' 79th St. and NE 2nd Avenue Those Royal Castle female dent. Other officers elected
busy-bodies behind the counter at 62ndStreet and NW 7th Ave were: second vice president, At The
nue are Edie Manson and Pearl Edwards. Henry Bryant;fourth vice pre. BENEVOLENCE
sident, Thomas L. Robinson; POLICE
Anne Wims finan- ASSOCIATION BUILDING
THE WEEK'S WASH: Could Dolphins' chief Joe Robbie'shosting secretary, ;
1 of Florida Memorial College's Dr. Royal W. Puryear cial assistant secretary, Leila Bradby Law-; 15100 NW 27th Avenue Opa-locka, Fla.
sec'y Joyce
during an Everglades Hotel reception April 21,mean that he's ,
wooing FMC's football "Lions" as future "Dolphins" ? ? ? Carl Andrew Williams, was son; and parliamentarian, Al- Time : 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.rwSA5.
Booking Agent Johnny Burke at Alex's Gibson Hotel Bar elected treasurer for the gernon J. Cooper.
f and-Lounge shuttered A speia City of Miami Meter Maid .Southeastern 1 Regional of the:
ticketing overtime violators in the Ja.c.tsonMemorlal Hospital Hampton Alumni Association,
parking lot. A week previous this same female gendarme was April 2. The occasion was the
:; squired by an day colleague while she pasted citations around first annual conference of the
.' Metro's Municipal Building Carolyn Braceful a Whopper 1 Southeastern Region National I Iv'
61_ vendor at Burger King's 80th StreetandNW 7th Avenue oasis. :Hampton Alumni Associationheld
at Paschal's Motel in Atlanta -
STUFF AND SUCH: That well-known but controversial mid- : Georgia, April 1-2.
town brothel a mass of darkness after sundown, apparently
shuttered. Former heavywetghtptgWstBfgAl Kinsey, the Other Floridians elected j -* 17.-
Wendell Holmes JaCk-
Opa-locka Barbecue king, shopping for goodies at Food Fair were I
Did Thomas Sanders finish that Job employment course sonville mortician, president;
and John consultant
at Lindsey Hopkins ? ? ? Helen Ross mending at home after Boardley,
minor surgery at Baptist Hospital April 6 was the 19th hassee of Technical third Services vice president., Talla- We are forced to close our 22nd Ave. storeLrpii
birthday party given for North Travel's secretary Gwendolyn ,

Robinson. Saint Agnes' Cornet Band members are holding Among the 79 delegates pre-
election of officers at the Parish Hall Sunday afternoon at 5
sent were alumnae Mary Da- BWfr l > *< o'clock Most Improved disc jock over the past five years i '
vis Catherine Nelson Mapp
,
-- Fred Hanna of: WAME. REDUCED! !
I and Marian Harris Shannon,
who also represented the MI-
SWEET TREATS: Nassauvian Paul Archer recently discharged ami Chapter NHAA.
) from a 5-week stint in Coral Gables' Veteran Hos-
pital as an American GL He's the son of former Miamian Alphonso Highlights of the Conferencewere 100% HUMAN HAIRWIGS
Archer and hubby of the late Audrey Ward Milton the adoption regional
(Butterball) Smith and WMBM are as wide as T H I S. The rotund constitution; the adoption of a
d. J. is now a fixture in the WAME household Othello .$200,000 promotional campaign FROM $19. 9S
and Lois Johnson Jr. in their new waterfront home Eman- : for National Alumni participation -
uel Hutcheson made Metro's Qualifying Award Honor Roll in in the Hamption Institute -
the Welfare Dep't "for thinking of ways to improve County Centennial(1968)); and, "
services and save tax dollars during*,1965-1966" Mrs. the inspirational speech by Dr.
Robert(Hazel) Gabriel mending at home after a recent illness 'W. rAdrian Freeman, member 24 INCH
floored her.MIAMI of the trustee board and chair-
man of the National Alumni
MUSINGS: The Edward(Clara) Roundtrees are expecting 1 campaign Centennial Fund. FALLS FROM $16. 9S
their 3rd. This time they're looking for a pink bundle
U Glendale Baptist pastor, Rev. Bragg Turner of Richmond Outstanding personalities -
Heights, was honored guest last Sabbath night,when members present at the regional
of his flock feted him with a birthday dinner in his parish.April cluded Dr. William L.Watson,
8 was his birthday but every day is his work day at Dunbar TOP QUALITY
Elementary, where he's a Physical Ed instructor.. Al Jack-
son's frau, Carmen (she's Al Dean's baby dotter) Jaws were
tied up with the mumps Church of The Open Door affable The Elks ClubNo. WIGLETSFROM$7.9S
minister Rev. Henry C. McDowell celebrating his 51st year
in the ministry as a patient in Christian Memorial for a much- 308
needed rest Willene Collins shipped her little daughter 329 NW 16th Terrace

i Wanda to her sister Pearline Collins in Brunswick, Ga., so Presents every \ )\>' ... '' "I,", 1II.'Il" t r,1.' .<' 'I' "':. ,
her 2-year tenure with the U. S. Job Corps in Omaha, N';b. '
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School To Teach



4 nr.i+ Tenants Care of HomeMiami

yti
Commissioners on but together they may cause r ,I I far
Monday considered a report to these conditions," she said.

11 11 set up a"School For Tenants"who She asked what laws now pro- r
x contribute to slum condi- tect landlords who"reinvest"
tvt BY DAVE BONDUI ,
tions in their" rented homes. in,rehabilitated slum areas.
L Commissioner Athalie Range tect landlords who"reinvest"in

received a letter Monday from Thomas N. Scott, who Is presented !he subject to thecoi.imssIon rehabilitated slum areas.
better known as "Nickodemus." This letter was dated Nov. and askedClty She is "aniously watchingthe r\
15,1966, and the original envelope(burned slightly,dirty, and Manager, Melvin Reese for a new apartments that have
torn open across the top) was enclosed In a plain white enve- list of existing ordinances on been built to see it they slip
lope and re-addressed to me, and mailed from Miami Beach "Malicious Destruction Of into slums," she said. \
last week. Where has it been all this time? This is our per- Property." Tenants were given a tongue
sonal mail? Anyway, this young man is asking for help. am Mrs. Range said that efforts lashing by Jerry Robinson,
sure he has wondered what kind of people we have in this city now being made to upgrade Dade Supervisor for the Flori-
who do not care about one man's plight. It seems, according housing in the city will not da Hotel and Restaurant Com- _
to his letter, that he is or was in the Stockade, at that time, succeed unless tenants take mission, at a meeting last i k
for almost 60 days, and it stemmed from "one of the things proper care of their new week. He said there should be }
that came close to starting the race riot in August (that never homes. laws requiring them to help
came off,remember?)He says that he was used to stop another "Neither landlords nor keep their apartments clean
thing that was about to happen,and was asked to come into the tenants create slums entirely, and in a state of repair.

community to help stop it. He said,"this is a good chance for
me to try to make something of myself, but I did not under-
stand that they were using me.They asked me for help and nowI Jacksonville Attorney Named To
need theirs, but I can't get it. I want the people to know that
committee told me that I would get help in court, and I had to
face the judge alone. My old lady and I want to leave town and State Civil Rights Commission
she is going to have a baby and can't even work. Thomas
also said in his letter that he has been jailed before, but this Javan Ferguson, son of Rev. and Mrs. John A. Fer
time it was for something he did not do. A lot of other very WASHINGTON, D. C. EarlM. dent of the FloridaHumanRelations guson of 11525 SW 136th Terrace, recently/ celebratedhis
Johnson Jacksonville Council. He lives at 17th birthday with Congressman Dante poscell and
interesting points were brought out in this letter,and you can ,
be sure that before the week is out,I am going out to the Stock- torney, has been appointed a 6159 Bagley Road in Jackson- his staff in Washington. Jayan, who has just returned to
ade and visit him. I want toknowmore about the whole affair, member of the Florida State ville, his studies at Killian High School, served for weeks
and I am sure you do too.Believe me, you will get it all in this Advisory Committee totheU. The U. S. Commission on Civil as a page in the U.. S. House'of Representatives under
column within the next few weeks. S. Commission on Civil Rights is an independent, Fascell's sponsorship.\
Rights it announced today bipartisan, factflnding agency .' '
was
Atlas Electric is starting a very special sale on Saturday, ,
and ending Tuesday, on all sorts of electrical fixtures. They by William L.Taylor,staff created by Congress in 1957. ._-
are at 7th Avenue and 66th Street, and even though you do not director of the Commission.Mr. John A. Hannah, president of
need fixtures right now, at the prices they are "giving them Johnson is a board memo. Michigan State University, is
away for" we can't afford to miss a bargain. Ask for Jimmy ber of the Jacksonville Urban chairman of the Commission.The .
Jones or Roy, and save yourself some money. League; board member of the Florida State Advisory
Jacksonville Human Relations Committee is one of 51 such

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Jeneta Flrlow Council; and a cooperating attorney units whose members serve MORE LOCAL
for the without compensation to provide '
Advancement the Commission with Information -
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: "Bo Didley"of Dave the Boss ciation for the of
Colored Peopl 'LegalDefense. concerning civil
rights activities in their com-
SPECIAL PERSON OF THE WEEK: Melvin Reese (our City and Educational Fund
Manager) He is a former president of munities and to disseminate

I hate to be brag-a-docious, but since I have this column the Jacksonville Branch of the information about Federal I

and married to this ind of broad-'scuse me, I mean wife NAACP and a former presi- laws and programs.

I guess I can say what I want about her. She had two in a row
on the golf course recently. Last month, she won the cham-
pionship In the Annual Tournament, in the B Division, of the
pre-school child development centers, Summer Day Camps,
Par and Birdie Club, and this month won first place In the
Teenagers Family Life programs and Homemaking classes;
monthly activities, and beat me, toot! Margaret Brown and school children's
Senior Citizens Golden Age Club and grade
Jackie have back into the club and Lois (Mrs.
Day come Young
trips after school hours, etc.,,and they have a new community -
Clyde) was out last Sunday getting some pointers-from\ Frank room which groups may use. They art under mo United WINNERSWINS
Rivers and Come ladies the fun and learn to
hubby. on join to and
them
Fund, but contributions can be made directly ,
play god are tax-deductable The Greater Miami Urban Leagueis

While Mayme was busy win- presenting a Fashion Silhouette by Burdines at the Down-
ning first place, Percy Rolle town Burdlnes store on Saturday, May 13th at 3:30 p.m. Donation -
busy winning second place in the is $3.00 and refreshments will be served. Please planto
B Division. Percy is a fine attend, you'll enjoy it. Had a note from our old pal
golfer, and would you believe "Norman E. Jones, who is titled that we didn't know which
title to give Guess it'll be Florida State Director of National -
that his Initials are PAR? Den- you. Mr. Samuel'C". Mintz,. of 2131
Market Developers Association. Anyway, be lives in St.
nis Peek placed first In the A
S.W 19th\ Avenue, Miami, gota
Division and Frank Rivers was Petersburg, now, and would like to say "hello" to his many
second. Frank is vice president friends down East and in Nassau through our column. He is $500.00 Winning Tigerino
of the club and Dennis is the to be a candidate for the U.S.Senate subject to the Democratic % Ticket at Westchester Enco,
chairman of the Membership Primaries come next Valentine's Day. Norman was in public 8690 Coral Way, Miami.
Committee. relations around Miami back in the good ole days of 1953to
about '60, and is a real nice guy Dey say that Joe Williams -
While on the subject of golf, one of our former members Is
really upset the Carousel Lounge in Atlanta last week,
back visiting Miami. Vera Williams, who was one of our best and had a packed house every night.He's heading this way this
out of the
local dancers now living inNewYorkdedicedto get month.
cold and see what her sister and friends were doing "back WINS $50
Don't yea think that's enuff said for this week? Well, till the
home" We are tying to get some youngsters interested in next one, LIVE LIFE, EVERY GOLDEN MINUTE OF IT.
We only have one young man playing at the moment, and
golf.
PEACEI! Mr. Robert M. Coffey of 801 ,,
he is "Peanuts" White, son of Coleman White. He has made
,
N.E.22nd Drive, Wilton/ Manors, .
I some good showings in the local tournaments among the teen-
in the national I won $50.00 at Wilton Manors d
agers, and was one of only two Negro boys
tourney held at Biltmore last year. In the meantime, we Enco, 2198 Wilton Drive, Wil
played the last couple of holes with two teens the other day at PERKINS RADIO ton Manors. y .,
Miami Springs. We were surprised to learn that they had to

pay full-rate. The rate, by the way, is one-half price daily
one-half: price Saturday, Sundays and holidays, after 2 p.m., PROFESSIONAL INSTITUTEPerkins
unless accompanied by an adult. This is a good place for ,our _.
teenagers to be. There is clean, wholesome recreation that : WINS $5O
will really keep them off the streets.Encourage your youngs- Radio Professional Institute
ters and do not believe that it is "expensive". It's cheaper
teaches radio
than the poolroom and bail bonds. disjockey, sports announcing, Mr. Richard Gardner, of 1160
weather forecasting, newscasting, and TV N.E. 110th Ter., Miami, wong

QUICK NOTE DEPARTMENT: Don't you hate slow drivers in appearances.Day $50.00 at Tisan's Enco, 6075
the left lane of the expressway or a four lane street? Seems '4 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami.
this would be a traffic offense punishable by a moving viola- classes are from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.,

tion ticket.Is really against the law to pass on the right side, and night classes are from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

yet those "road hogs" will not keep the speed limit, but will Classes will be held on Mondays, Wednes-
not move over no matter how much you blink your lights. The
left lane is for passing and left turns, unless there is trafficto days and Thursdays.Our .
Read that in driver's manuel. Hope you
your right. your
teachers well trained OTHER RECENT WINNERS !
didn't miss Shirley Bassey with Count Basle the other night are expert
in their one-hour spectacular. They were both great. Sa- radio personalities.There .
die Temple and Mayme were out the other morning, and Mayme PAUL A. CHRISTI, Lake Worth$1000.00SIDNEY

had to pay a light bill.She drove into the parking lot at Shell's are more than 500 radio and TV WILSON, Homestead100.00 I

and Mayme jumped out, went upstairs, paid the bill, picked upa jobs throughout the United States.We .
few articles on the way up and back, and was back in the car LOUIS SHIELDERS, Opa-locka-$100.00 ,
within 5 minutes.She sezit'sa joy to be able to "run through"a
store, and walkright to the check-out counter even witha help with placement on completion of
store full of customers...and not have to wait 10 or 15 minutes the course if so desired.
in linu. Some of our other stores would do better busi-
ness if they followed Shell's lead..M. Athalie Range, our City This profession deserves your time and Play Tigerino NC
Commissioner is doing fine job,representing our community. -
James W. Matthews recently talent. Our address is 1596 NW 36th Street,
We need more like her. at your local
assistant U. S. attorney, for the Southern District of flori- you may call us at 6344664. HUMBLE

da, is now practicing privately at 5022 NW 7th avenue. He is Enco Station! Oft. 4, MFININQ COMPANY
the attorney for the Par and Birdie Club o' Miami. The AMtUCA*LIAONQ tNCNCIV COMWkNYI
James E. Scott Community Association, Inc., has moved to
/'.i NW 7thAvenue.These folk are doing a great job with their


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[ Sport SceneCounty's Fort Lauderdale SundayWilliam LAUDERDA.fJr;. ,. 0


Memorial CME 5 *.; 'l.r BY PORTER DAVIS, JR.

BY NATHANIEL WILKERSON Church of Ft.Lauderdale pre
sents Coach A.S."Jake"GaI-
ther as its annual Men's Day The Lauderdale Tempo this weekend will be marked andonte

WALKER PLAYGROUNDThe celebration speaker, Sunday, rather reflective and melancholy with dedication services and
April 16th at 3. Coach Gaitherthe testimonials-farewells. Friends and acquaintances of James
arts and crafts program is swinging into a very won-
athletic director and head Hibben will certainly want to be in attendance on Friday even-
derful project at Walker Playground for the summer. We are
football coach at Florida AiM ing beginning at 8 p.m. at the Elks Lodge when friends of the
asking more participants to engage in this activity. We hereat
has made football dedicated and conscious leader will a testimonial
University, sponsor
Walker playground feel certain that you will prom from this
synonomous with Florida.He cocktail party in his honor. Jim has done so much to help the
activity. There will be new materials for you who are seekingto i
Northwest community in realizing its potential and in being a
participate in this worthwhile venture.
is a perfectionist and his cohesive force for betterment.The Northwest com-
community
Try your luck!! We are offering doll making,string painting, end products substantiate his
munity wishes God speed in his new endeavors.
puppet making and many more crafts. desire and drive for excellent

performance from his playersand Interested in a Shin-dig? Well, the Mid-Summer Women's
SUNLAND PARK ATHLETICS his associates in the Rattlers Club will set at the Elks with their
your tempo Saturday night
Sunland Park Athletic Section of District m will conduct its
athletic As
program. dance which will at 10 all for
begin a worthy cause.
third Annual Gold Trophy Tennis Tournament on April 15, beginning head football coach since '45,
at 9 a.m. This tournament is open to both boys and
he has record of 179 wins
a This is truly the weekend of dedications and installations as
girls, ages 12 through 14 years and 15 through 17 years of age. Conference title
31 loses, and 4 .Under his every year we mentioned above with the YMCA of Broward County dedi-
beautiful gold trophies will be presented to first, second and the Rattlers won the except 1951 and 1952.
tuteledge
its which will house four handball courts
cating new wing new : ,
third place winners in each divisions.The National Negro Collegiate Extensive plans have been
health club and extra The
an large all-purpose room. ser-
15 through 17 years of age division is being sponsoredby made for this Men's Day ce-
Football Championship in ,
vice is slated to start at 4 p.m.at the Central YMCA 512 NE
Sea Fresh Seafood, of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.The 12 through 1950 (10-0-0) and in 1960 lebration. The public is invitedto ,
5th Street. The public Is invited to attend.
14 division is co-sponsored by the Most Shopand the Little Pa- (10-0-0). They were undefeated attend. Rev. G.W.Wilson
lace Restaurant of Ft. Lauderdale. the pastor.
in 1957 (9-0-0), 1959 (10- The men of William Memorial CME Church is proud to pre-
If you would like to compete in this tournament, please con- Walter Foreman general
0-0) and 1961 (10-0-0)). Since ,
sent the Honorable A. S. "Jake" Gaithers coach and A.D. of
,
tact Mr. Samuel Dukes,Athletic Director of Sunland Park. You chairman and Roscoe Webb
1945 FAMU has won the Southern ,
Florida A & M 16m at 3 The
University Sunday, April p.m.
may call JA 5-2772, extension 373 for registration.The co-chairman.
Intercollegiate Athletic
church Is located 646 NW 13th Terrace. Rev.G. W. Wilson is

minister.Mr. .
1967 Summer Adult Tennis classes will begin at Sunland
Park on May 23, at 8 p.m. Classes will be conducted each Walter J.Foreman is the general chairman of the Men's
Tuesday and Thursday night from 8 until 9:30.Instructions will YMCA Ends Basketball And Day program and Mr. Roscoe Webb is co-chairman.

be given to beginners only. If you would like to take tennis instructions -
at Sunland this The Unitarian Church of Ft. Lauderdale will present the
summer,please pick up registration
blanks from the park between the hours of 2 p.m. and 10 p.m. Volleyball LeagueThe Ascension Presbyterian Church choir and special soloist in a
Monday through Friday. repeat performance of the annual spiritual concertonSunday,

For further information regarding this program,please con- Northwest Branch of the tournament were Bethune Ele- April 16th. The program will be conducted inparts. The pro-
tact Mr. Samuel Dukes, Athletic Director of Sunland Park at YMCA ended its Gra-Y Bas- mentary,'Runners-up Charles gram will attempt to convey the idea that even though the spi-
JA 5-2772 Drew and Conso- rituals are of a religious nature, their purpose was primarily
ext. 373. All adults are welcome.All ketball League and Tri-Gra-Y Elementary
that of a code of from into freedom. The soloists
Volleyball League with a lation Sunland Park. Boys that escape bondage -
adult men who are planning to participate in the 'Adult single elimination tournamenton received special recognitionwere appearing are Mr. Carl Crawford. Mrs. RptrvRiaHr Up

Men Softball league at Sunland Park this summer are asked to Saturday, April 8th at the Henry Davison,most valuable Cray, Miss Brenda Brown, Mrs. Beauregard Cummings, Mr.
please be present at The Adult Managers meeting at Sunlandon Dillard High School gymnasium. player; Matthew Har- Porter M. Davis, Jr., Mrs. Laura Martin.

Monday, April 17, at 8 p.m. At this time, rules and regu- The schools that partici- rison, sportsmanship award
lations governing the 1967 softball league will be drawn up and pated in the basketball tourna- and Ralph Johnson, highest After the dedication andinstaUationservicesareoveryou'llfind
an evaluation of last years league will be made. ment were Bethune, Coleman, scorer of the tournament witha the Les Demoiselles Fashion Show a delightful upswingto
Anyone desiring to enter a team in this league may do so at Larkdale, Walker. F. total of 67 points. your well-tempered tempo Sunday, April 16th at the Elks

this meeting. All adults are welcome. James, Sanders Park, Carver Lodge beginning at 6 p.m.
Ranches, Sunland Park, Dil The Volleyball tournamentwas The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Is presenting its annual
LINCOLN PLAYGROUNDThe lard Elementary, C. A.Moore won by Latkdale with Debutante's Cotillion April 28th at the Golden Gate HoteL Someof
ladies who will be at the gala affair are
and Charles Drew. 'The Vol- Coleman getting second ho- the young presented
participants of Lincoln Playground had to go through a leyball Tournament consistedof nors. Charlotte LaVerne Pridgen, daughter of Aaron and RosaPridgen -

calming period after winning the 1967 Gold Medal Tournament. teams from Coleman,Lark- The Gra-Y and Tri-Gra-Y Patricia Dupont, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Du-
Debra LaFavor, Cynthia James and Reginald Foster received dale and Collins elementary.The softball league will begin Wed- pont; Jocelyn P. Davis, daughter of Mrs.Bernice Davis; Fer-
awards for outstanding achievements.This winners of the basketball nesday, April 19th. nicee Eleanor Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry
week is promotion week for all boys and girls interested Davis; Rosemary Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
in softball and track. If you are living in the Lincoln area, Jackson.
you are invited to attend the playground participate in the

many activities that are planned for you. Carver DEATHSSTEVENS Last Saturday the Mayites of Mt. Hermon which sponsoreda
gala Fashion Show at the Elks which was well covered by
SUNLAND PARK CENTER co-workers and eligible bachelor Nathaniel Stokes who had
Parents of girls in the fourth through ninth grades may now Ranches nothing but praises for the whole goings on spotted among

register them in the Spring and Summer Sewing classes to be Verdell Cooper of 696 NW the guest in attendance seen enjoying the fashion show were

conducted at Sunland Park Recreation Center. Classes starting I News a 15th St., Miami died Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Merritt, and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Henry,

Saturdays, April 22, and continue every Saturday morning day. Funeral services will be Mark Strong, Juanita DeVoe, Toni Streeter, Dr. Calvin Shir-
until June 10th.Classes will be conducted Monday through Fri- '-..-6y Walter Bow. -' --' held at 3 p.m. Thursday at Mt. ley, Benjamin Lampkins.
day starting June 19th and continue through out the summer.
Zion AME Church,West Hol-
Get an early start for the summer. Class registration begins about formal designed
New Macedonia Baptist lywood. Survivors are his widow People are still talking blue-green long -
today with Mrs. Alta Moore at Sunland Center. Remember! Church of West Holywood will Hazel; one daughter, by Liz Copeland which was modeled by Miss May Ida
Classes starting now will continue through the summer. hold Baptism at Dixie Park in Mrs. Joyce Smith; father and Bryant at the Governor's Club several Saturdays ago. Speakof -

Hallandale at 8 a.m. Sunday mother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liz! her recent Open House Cocktail celebrating the open-
April 16th. There will be five Cooper; one sister, Mrs. ing of her new shop in Oakland Park was a huge success.

candidates for baptism. Come Pearl Vaughn; two aunts,Mrs. Among the guest present were Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Mar-
out to this service this Sunday. Laura Jeffery and Mrs. Bell ques, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dowdy, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie

ALL STUDIO Rev. B. L. Mack is pastor. Fulton; two uncles, James and Roland, Mrs. Zelam Hollaway, Nathaniel Stokes, Tonie Ro-
Deacon Robert Ingrahma of William Cooper;onegrandson, giers, Kathern and Shirley Rogers, Mr. Arnet Johnson Mi-
1050 N. W. 6th AVENUE 4440 SW 21stStreet,West Hollywood Arindell E. Smith. ami, Mrs.Geraldine Ladson of Jesup,Ga.,Mr and Mrs. Frank
preached his trial ser- Page, Mrs. Madie MGee'Mrs. Rose Walker,Mrs.Kate Gar-
ET UTJDERDALE, FLORIDA mon last Sunday, April 9th at George Gregory Parker, 12 vin,.Miss Martha Dowdy and Mrs. Mary Walker.
S.W.12jth West
Gethsemene Baptist Church of 4501 Street,'
West Hollywood, Fla. Deacon Hollywood, died Monday. Fun-
eral services will be held at
Ingraham brought an inspiring
he 1:00: p.m. Sunday in the Churchof
message. May keep up the
good works. The Rev. Isaiah God, Hallandale. Little Robins
la Petite Clark is the pastor. George was formerly a studentat
the Chester A. Moore Ele- Uniform

The VFW Post No. 8195 will mentary School, Hallandale,

Beauty meet Sunday, April 16th at 5 and is survived by his parents, .; Centers
Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt .
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Hollywood. Don't for get the Parker; one brother { Church Uniforms

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12 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 14, 1967

CARD OF THANKSWe RANGE .

IN MEMORRAMIn the family of the late Joshua Thomas of 5555 N.W.

I I CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS t loving memory of my dear 13th Avenue died on Wednes-
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husband, our father and grand JOHNNIE LEE PETTIGREWjr. day, April 5. lie is survivedby

father. ',> and RONNIE LEON PET- his wife Dorothy;three sons
TIGREW of Perrine who died Thomas
Bernard, Joshua,Jr.,

IN MEMORIAMThe IN MEMORIAMIn February 19, 1967, wish to AND Curtiss Luckey; Daughters
IN MEMORIAMIn thank the many friends for all Jacqueline, Denise, Gilda

I memory of my dear wife, their deeds of kindness duringthe and Doretha Branny; four sis

loving memory of my beloved family of the late mother daughter and sister tragic accident, and the ters Ruby Crimbley, Marion

wife, mother and sister LANCE CORPORAL loss of our two sons. A spe- Hill, Minnie McMillian and

LESTER BROWN BELL cial thanks to Elder Steven Lillie Pearl Thomas;two brothers

wish at this time to express Cooper and members of the James and Daniel Thomas. -

their sincere thanks and appreciation Refuge Church of Our Lord Funeral services were

to their many Jesus Christ of the Apostolic held Saturday April,at 10:00

friends and neighbors for all Faith in Perrine, and also the a.m. in the Chapel.
\. Bethel Williams Funeral
the cards telegrams flowers Mrs. Williams of 1067N.
,
Gladys
J Home for their and
A a .... ". courtesy
letters of
condolence and other
61st St. died on Thursday -
-.... efficient service.Mr. W.
acts of kindness extended during 6. She is survivedby
April
4t ,
our time of and Mrs. Johnnie Lee
sorrow. husban Sam A mother
; i : her ;
Y h Special thanks to the neigh- .1 s '* w ". PettigrewIN Mrs. Pinkie Luke; A brother
bors of 60th Street and 49thSt.
JESSIE CARR Mrs. Pinkie Luke; a daughter
'f and Rev.Samuel Atch bison and who passed away March 27, Margaret Hamilin. Funeral

U ___ Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 1966. It seems as if he is just MEMORIAMIn services will be held Saturday,
( J and the House of Albert for MARJORIE A. K. PACK away. April 15, at 10:00 a.m. in the
of beloved
their most courteous service. who passed April 9, 1966. Gone, but not forgotten. ,,-memory...--my. Chapel.
Ka. ] May God bless each of you.
Harold Pack, husband Mrs. Ruth J. Arthur of 836

Mrs. Queen Esther Bell,wife Mrs. Pear lene Keels, mother Mrs. Mary B. Carr, wife N.W.49thStreetdiedrecently.She .
Six Sons
OLIVE FARQUHARSON Mrs. Nella Mae Bell, mother Elizabeth K. Ferguson and Is survived by a brother
Five and
Daughters a
..' SCAVELLAwho Charley Mae Keels, sisters Samuel Johnson. Her remains
host of other RelativesIN ,
And
----- Family were shipped on Sunday April
departed this life April "
h'/
..,I 9th, to Atlantic City New
16,1966. IN MEMORIAMIn I' '
THANKSThe I 'f > ; 1 1t
The Lord bless thee,and keep>> CARD OF \ /: Jersey where burial and final
MEMORIAMIn rites will be conducted.Mrs. .
thee, memory of family of the late .
The Lord make his face shine DEACON EARL COLDENwho \ Luella Peoples of 3035

upon thee, departed this life March sad but.,.loving. memory,. of t .. '" ;'" ,1 N.W. 44th Street died on Saturday -
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!?eyy ;' 1\\ :i. ,: April 8th. She Is survived
And be unto the.
gracious ,
24,1967, wish to thank all who .." .0": ,_ .,. : :
The Lord lift up his counte- were so kind to us during our ', r. ., 1% by a neice Mrs. Louella
: Funera''
nance upon thee, and give thee bereavement. : ; Mills. services will
peace. '<: '; ; "i. be held on Thursday, April,
Words cannot express our '
fY .' .. at 10:00 in the Chapel.
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gratitude to the many neigh- :
Edwin A. Scavella husband ._ .I .J., : :
bors and friends for their ; .'h .: Miss Charlie Mae Swain of
Gwendolyn A. Johnson, right cards visits flowers I."
telegrams, -- 1740 N.W. 46th Street was a
Mable A. Johnson, dght. calls andprayers.Space CHARLES S. WALLACEwho victim of an accidental drown-

Edwina M. Scavella, dght. will not allow us to name you passed this life eternal on ing recently. She is survivedby

Mavette F. Scavella, sister individually, but to all of you, April 14, 1966. her parents Mr. and Mrs.

And many other relativesIN our heartfelt gratitude. May Gone, but not forgotten. May Joseph Swain; three sisters,

God bless each of you. he rest in peace and light per- Frankie Mae, Annette and

MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Dorothy Lee Colden, petual shine upon him. Carol; three brothers, JosephJr.

wife Mrs. Francenia Wallace, ., Frederick and Roosevelt;

And Family wife a grandmother, Mrs. Modella

memory of rt.+ .. AL1'MRS. Father, Mother-in-law, Bro- Swain. Funeral services will
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ther, Sisters and a host of be held on Saturday, April 15,
ELLEN THOMAS
ALLEN CARD OF THANKSThe other relatives in the New Macedonia Baptist

members of the family ? Church at 1:00 p.m.
who departed this life on April 'If1j
15, 1966. of the late Mrs. Mary Durham of 2250
MUNVELLA SMITHof ALBERT. N.W. 166th Street Opa-locka
What would we give just to BILL MILLERwho
i I hear play and see the Island of Biminl, Baha- died on Tuesday April llth.
you your died April 16, 1959. Mrs. Beatrice Jackson 7001 ,
"" smile. sit and talk for mas who was called from earth She is survived
Tq just Gone, but.not forgotten. We1' byherhusband -
to Reward on Saturday N.W. 15th Ave., Apt. 24, died
while. love you, but Jesus loves you April 5. Services were held Walter;three daughters,
Music when soft voices die March 18,1967, wishto Mesdames Cora Moreland
best. Sleep on and take your In the LibertyCityChapelSat- : ,
Vibrates in the memory; express their sincere gra- rest. Lillie Manor, and Eloise
urday. Among her survivorsare
titude to all of the friends who
Odours when sweet violets Moreen one son Jimmie Lee
; ;
... __no shared with them their two sons, Ernest and
sym-
sicken ten eleven
Emsy Miller, wife grand-children,
Sylvester one sister Mrs.
MR. JAMES DORSETTwho pathy during their bereave- ; ,
Live within the Funeral
sense they Emerald Harper, daughter great-grandchildren.
Mamie L. Harris, two broth-
ment.
quicken. Miller services wW be held Saturday,
Billy son
passed away April 11. thanks for the flowers ers, Willie James and Charles
Many April 15 at 3:30 in the
Willie Mae Miller, daughter p.m.
1966. Simmons two aunts Madames
Rose leaves when the rose is food, use of cars, and mes- Church of GodElderBell
Rene Miller daughterIN ,
He is gone, but notforgotle .!, deat sages of condolence. Special Josephine Hodges and Lizzie Officiating.Mr. .
Sadly missed by his family, Green one daughter-in-law
; ;
Are heaped for the beloved's thanks to ministers and their ,
Gabriel Walley of 1757N.
One brother and four sisters.', churches and auxiliaries.To 4rs. Ernest Jackson.
bed; W. 51st Terr.died on tues-
And so thy thoughts,when thou the Florida East Coast MEMORIAM Charles Allen, Jr. 2209 N.W. day, April llth. Funeral arr-
Mr. Leroy Dorsett art gone Association, Beneral Baptist 73rd St., died April 5. Ser-
angements
are Incomplete.
Mrs. Gertrude Evans Love itself shall slumber on. State Convention, Rev. J.A.F. ., In memory of my son vices wore held Tuesday at

Mrs. Albetha Wilson Gone, but forgotten.May Finlayson, Rev. P. W. Will- Miracle Temple Church. A-

Mrs. Agnes Cooper she rest in peace. iams, ministers and Deacons mong his survivors are, parents Woodrow Richardson, 17120

Mrs. Muriel Curtis The Allen and Thomas Union, Rev. Samuel Atchison, +qrYy Mr.and Mrs.Allen,Sr., S.W. 100th Ave.,Perrine,died
May he rest in peace. Families members and friends of Mt. three brothers, Jonathon, April 10th. Arrangements are

Calvary Baptist Church, Liberty Marvin, and Donald Allen;One Incomplete.

City, Fla.Special thanksto sisters, Pennie; two grand-
CARD OF THANKSThe the officers andmembers of
mothers
one stepgrandfather William Edward Porter of
CARD OF THANKSThe
Mt. Zion Baptist Church of Bi- Uncles and Aunts.
3094 NW
family of the late 60th St., died April
mini of which the Rev. J. R.
family of the late Mrs. Laura MagdaleneJones 8. He was a graduate of Miami
Smith, the husband of the deceased -
ANNIE MAE PERKINS ROKER MARTHA JOHNSON is the pastor, and to A ,'Rr 6237 N.W.14th Ct.,died Northwestern Senior High
who departed this life on Feb. wish to express sincere thanks the various ministers Rev. April 6. Services were con- School, class of 1962 and a senior -

27,1967, acknowledge and appreciate and appreciation for the many Joseph Smith representing, the ducted Thursday fromMt. at Mississippi Valley

the kindness and friends, neighbors, clubs and Atlantic Coast Baptist Association Sinai Baptist Church. Amongher State College at ltta Bens,

thoughtfulness of those who co-workers for cards, tele- suvivors God-daughter Miss. He was co-captain of the
Miami Fla. Rev.Ro- ,
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and floral pieces during Delta Devils Football team
and
rendered their services to us grams bert Baily Gethsemane Bap- Miss Carmen Baso.
during our bereavement. Spe- their bereavement. Sarah an honor student. Among his
tist, Nassau, Rev. Pete, Ni- Mrs. King, 3440 Grand
cial thanks to those who gave Woods, Wilcox & Fayson calas Town,AndrosRev.Raymond Avenue, Coconut Grove, died survivors are parents, Mr.

donations, cards, flowers, telegrams Families Jones, Freeport Grand April 7. Arrangements are incomplete and Mrs. Leroy Porter; four
food PFC THOMAS J. GARRETT brothers, John C. of Minne-
also to Fran- Bahamas. Pin- at this time. ,
Rev.
Willington
cis Funeral Home for the ex- der Deacon whom God has taken to rest apolis,Minnesota, Leroy Jr.,
Louis MartinRev.Roy .
..' cellent service they renderedto IN MEMORIAM April 16,1965.Grant Airman in Germany,Bernard,

the family. To the members In loving memory of my dear Father Levarity Strachan Bethel Bimini., Nassau, him 0 Lord, eternal Early Gillis, 1475 N.W. 63rd Wallace Porter;three sisters.

of the Bethany S.D.A. Church, husband and father Sister Geneva Wallace, A. J. rest and may light perpetual St., died April 9th. Amonghis Jacqueline, Joann, Juanita

we fondly say, thank you. Hepburn Deacon Frederick shine upon him. survivors are,five Aunts, Porter. Funeral services will
Madames M.L. Carswell, be held Saturday at 1:00 p.m.

Mrs. Zara Perkins Harley, Davis, Cephus Davis, Robert Mother, Geraldine C.Garrett Lila Green, Maggie Rudolph, arFirstBaptistChurchof
Ellis Jr. Rolle Bro.
Bruce
: And Garrett
daughterMr. J Family Eliza Thomas, Lessie Ross, Brownsville.
Carlise Russell Sister Hattie
,
Eddie Roker, husband Davis, Edith Davis, Joanna four nieces, Madames, Kath- Mrs. Lillie MaeRedmon,

The Johnson's of Lakeland, Rolle Autrey Russell Deacon leen Williamson, Elma at 3121/2 B N.W. 14th Street,
,
FRANCIS Williams Mae T. G tills Mae
Fla. Samuel Ellis, Deacon Stanley died April 8. Arrangementsare
Frances Walker three
Pinder, Sister Parker of the incomplete. Among her
E.C.As Ass'n. Special thanksto Mrs. Kathleen Taylor 1344 Nephews, David, Johnnie L., suvivors are: three daughters,

CARD OF THANKSMr the many friends that were NW 69th Street expired April Willie C.G 111 is.Arrange Madames Falejhar, Mildred,

4LY present and to all Bimini. 9 at Jackson Memorial Hos- ments are Incomplete. Carlethar Redmon.

Bob L. Davis, son of the Special thanks to Rev. P. W. pital. Remains will be shippedto

late Williams, pastor of St. Luke Quitman, Georgia on Fri-

MR. JESSIE DAVISof Baptist Church, Miami, Fla., day, April 14, 9:30 p.m. for

'Tlfton, Georgia, who departed f, J who delivered the eulogy,Rev. final rites and burial Sunday LINCOLN MEMORIAL
this life March 20,1967 Y 1 -'$.11I'ELTON Joseph Smith who interred the April 16th. Remains will repose CEMETERY

wishes to thank the many remains, and the Range Fune- Friday. Survivors include -
neighbors for their HARRIS her husband;Willie; mother
friends ral Home. She leaves to
who departed this life April mourn J001 N w 46th Str..t N E .-.19/
sincere sympathy, cards, her loss: Mrs.Rena Folsom; three
and flowers.Words 10, 1966. sisters, Mrs. Cornelia Cason;
cannot telegrams express how much they May his soul rest in peace. Rev. J. R. Smith, Mrs. Willie Cox and Mrs. Theresa E. JOHNSON, Manager OX 1.9199
Harris a devoted husband
Joetta Johnson brother
; one ,
in
meant to me and my family
Patricia Harris And the Families Thomas Folsom.
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Elected to JESCAJames '. f t ,
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E. Scott Community been interested in the agency \ :i I Ir
Association, Inc. elected seven for a long time states she is I! ': \'i\t': ,
members to the Annual looking forward to an expanded r ; i
Meeting March 29th. program in 1967-68. Mr. : I
Mrs. Charles Carroll well Thomas McAliley a Miami Attorney ; .
known as a community leaderin was elected.first vice : GOOD social work, Mr. Charles president Mrs. Sarah Milledge -
Higgs, semi-retired realtor, ,second vice presidentMrs. ; EK LONG S:
Dr. Ann King, Barry College Warren Welters,
secretary,
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School of Social Work, Rev.A. Mrs. Doris Appleton assis- : <...,1.'" .
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Tyrrel Dear,vicar,Church tant secretary and Mr.Charles ."" !4 !
of the Incarnation and Mr. Higgs, treasurer. Garth C. : T1TRT f"
Mr. Martin Rubenstein, prin- Reeves, the retiring president PORK
cipal, Allapattah Junior High highlighted the year's activi-
School are the new members. ties.. BONES LB10C
James E. Scott Community
Mrs. Stanley Milledge, Wo- Association is a neighborhoodcenter
men's Director, Public Ser- ; a United Fund Service. Mr.and '
vice, WCKT and Mrs. Doris The agency was founded in of 1410
Appleton were re-elected to 1925. Last year 1,069 people of nounce NECK$1 Q
the Board. all ages were served."Build- daughter, ,
Mrs. James (Frances) ing Better Neighborhoods by James E.
Chambers was elected presi- strengthening family life is the and Mrs. GOOD WESTERN BEEF
dent. Mrs. Chambers who has goal of the agency." 4424 NW

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entitled an act relating to state sponsorship of Sen.Lee Weis- 2 ITTE LI G 10 $1.79 I
employement discrimination; senborn of the 42nddistrlct PAIL
providing that no state agency, and Sen. Richard Stone of the /
board, commission, depart- 48th district, should the bill GROUND
ment or state official shall refuse become law It should help to
to hire any individual lessen discrimination in employment L l>.''|i>''Wk vijMUH UWiiilJlffi! !
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hearing agrieved and Judicial individual review witha ; PHOTO CREDITSOne Und Juanita BY THE PIECE )

of the most heartbreaking joined 1460 NW BACON LB. 39* 'I
things that can happen to
RICHARDSON. a photographer is to cover an Trust
assignment for a newspaperand Miss STYLE
Charles Wilcox, of 2376 N.W. make beautiful photos that Wells
74th St., wbo died April 18,will are printed without his credit BACON LB49( :t
74th St,died April 8. Serviceswill line. This was the experienceof ment's
be held Friday April 14th, three of the best photographers machine
from the Chapel at 2:00 p.m. in town last week. John H. ,A,.''Iriiyhi1FaGt} ,. J pe'j r''''Ni" v Jlrm r'f
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Suvivors Include his mothsr We failed to credit Jay Bak- National : ) .:",I v,, ., : : _1. \:, ,
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Mrs. Fannie Wilcox, two er and Bill Tyler of the Houseof Friend.'W :' :,t;,; ;t I,, 't"t /. .,'I"3: :
daughters RhondaRaeand Photography for the YMCA installed ; :I :; N.J'a' / ;';," ,:..., "1 : ., 1 \
Paulett Wilcox, one son Ivory. go-cart race pictures, and the -in "
splendid crowd shots of the Tri rance of I
Funeral services for Arthur Arts Medical Center Open
Gillyard, of 215 S.W. 3rdCt,. House. Neither did we tell you
Homestead, died April 9. Services that Frank Johnson of Johnsonof SUGAR LB.
will be held Saturday Miami made the beautiful' NEEDS 5 39t

Chapel.April 15, at 4:00 p. m. at the shot of the building.IN Avon ':


April 15, at 4:00 p.m. in the young LIMIT 1 WITH $5 ORDER OR MORE
the last
Chapel. Survivors are; one MEMORIAMIn
Memorial "
daughter Mrs. Edith Rham- ('JI' ,:'::1 II' '
loving and respectful me- :are doing : .
ming of Nassau Bahamas;one r "
sister ALESIARahammingsof son mory: of a dear husband and to must help ::' -. ,< .,"::, ,: '' 3 LBS" ". 59'. ..' ,
Dania Fla.; one brother Rev. to
George Rhammings of Long JOSEPHwho carry
NATHANIEL RAY 1 Indeed,
Island B.W.I. 1J
J life for
James Skinnes of 320 N.W. passed away April 16, Father BARS 6 FOR 1 19
11th street died April 9. He 1965. May be rest in peace and is survived his wife. Ethel perpetual Ufht shine upon him. i ii Gesu \ ,
by ; f :! 'Jir,1lii"" "! <"H"" !
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Lee. Funeral arrangementsare .v.1 v 'I\ l:'f "'/; ,1'f:1ll: "J I;,I I' I
Mrs. Beatrice Joseph, wife i sick of ; ; J'' : r;
incomplete.Mrs. : i
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Son, Sisters and Brothers 1 II Ids young .. ,'::.'. :t'";:\.: "(,',<; "',0. ,::,
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complete.Funeral arrangements are in- CHURCH SUNDAY J to:le: might CHOPS LB 49

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AME FRIENDSHIP M.. B.
ST. JAMES
BETHEL AM* NEW MT. MORIAHRev.

Volunteering to help is
Rev. S. A. Cousin A. L. Shipp-Pastor no crime by the way we live together OUr associates ministerswere
Pastor Sis., Eyelyn Souter-Reporter and Certainly we ,In charge of services all

Usher Board No. 3 will meet ," need cooperation" and; assistance -.day as'our pastor was attend-

Thursday, April 13 at 8 p.m. ,, """ "' i In accomplishing our ing the Baptist State Conven-
I at the home of Mrs. Major, ../ ''\; .,. projects. It appears that inmost tion in Orlando. Saturday at GREATERST.
1741 n. w. 1 Ct. Apt. #3. \tJ!) "" of our organizations the 2:30 p.m.was the John I Ross's

GLENDALE The Junior Pulpit Aid Board i officers do the major part ol Hour with Friendship In PAUL AME

meets Thursday April 16 at the the work. charge of services.Our Wright
,
Rev. Temperance
(Richmond Heights) church. Mrs. Francis Gause, : ,., .j Sampsonite Board will like to
Rev. B. L. Turner pastor : pastor really did preach. pastor
President.The : (: thank you for making their 17th Ethel Mitchell reporterThe
Mrs. R. Harrington, reporter Daughters of Allen will i Anniversary a success. The choir did a beautiful Job Mrs. women will,celebrate

meet Sunday, April 16 at the '" Aprilites are having adult and singing withSIs.Pauline Davis their 23rd annual Woman'sDay
Have you heard of Christianswho home of Mrs. Elease Wesley \ ; 1 ,4 teen-age entertainment pianist in charge. Theushers Sunday April 23. Our
get the wrong diet? Even ) 15 at 8:00 performed their duties as usuaL ,
852 n. w. 74th Street Mrs. : Sat. night April p.m. chairman Mrs. Irene Wil-
the animals on earth, when Theresa Clark. President.The 1 Choir No. 2 presents "Hea Accompanying the pastorto ,
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/ co-chairman Mrs.
they are improperly fed develop Senior Missionary "/\i);: ':; ven Bound" Friday night May the convention was the liams Bertha, our Holloway and, their

an abnormal conditionand will hear a report on their fifth :" ;:" 12, at 8:00 p.m. In the church church's International bus and ,
of fine women are
: committee
present a very poor ap- Sunday Missionary Day '.:", .e. auditorium.We the small bus both filled to capacity to make
making great plans
pearance; so will a Christ- Program to be conducted under \.,, I are making plans for our with a least a dozen rewarding one In
: this
: day a
ian whose diet consits of "the the direction of Mrs. annual Men's Day Third Sunday cars all filled with our em-

husks" of this world will Sherrye Boyer, whenthey in May. James Sharp cars all filled with our mem- the You Lord.are cordially invited.

_quickly lose his spiritual vi- meet at Greater Bethel,WED. Mrs. CulmerTo chairman, Mr. John Dean and bers and friends. Thanks' to Your presence will help make
tality. A true believer's life April 12 at 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Mr. Theodore Mackey Co- all who sacrificed to make the this day memorable in our

should be colorful and appeal- Ella Jones, President.Mrs. all our friends and the chairman's.The trip. church and community. All

ing to others who will see your Nella Clifton 2825 N.W. public, please don't forget Male Chorus having Special thanks to the Rev.P. members are asked to see
good works and glorify His 49th St. will be hostess to the Sunday evening from 4 to 6PM it's 8th annual anniversary, W. Williams pastor of St. their captains and perform
Father in Heaven. FAYSONITE CLUB when the our Calander Tea will be at the this Sunday April 16th at 3:00p.m. Luke Baptist Church for mak- their financial responsibilities. -

What kind of diet are you on? group meets at her home,Mon. Liberty Square Center,6304 We are asking everyoneto ing known in his Introductionthat If you do not know your
17 at 8 Miss Mable N.W. 14th Ave. Mrs. John E. come out and see Just what
April
p.m.
it hard to
Does call for a change? If we are working on captain, please report your
so, let It be one of feasting upon Barlow, President. Culmer will be the speaker. we have in store for you. our building fund, letting the class leader.
the "meat" of God's word. Also appearingMr.Marvtn The first lady of New St. people know that the money Our chairman, Mrs. Williams -
Let your life speak well of Jesus Ludlow and others. You will James AoM.E. Church was the raised in the John I. Ross's has been unable to par-
DRAKE MEMORIALRev. miss a treat if you are absent.Amusical guest speaker for Usher Board
every day. hour would go to the Friend- ticipate fully because of a minor -
In our morning services, program for the No. 2 MtTabor Baptist ship Baptist Church. car accident She needs
Jarius W. Dunn No.l Choir April 14th at8PM.
pastor church Seasonal TeaSundayat
Bro. C. W. Judson will bring our support and we must assure -
,
Our Women Day will began Centervllle Day Care Center. Get well wishes to all of our
the message. Pastor Turner her that we have our arms
will be attending the Gold The pastor, officers and April 21st Thur, April 23rd. You are always welcome to sick and shut-ins. Visitorsare around her In Christ. We all
members will have ordina- Asking all members for their
an the friendly Church. always welcome.
Coast Missionary Baptist Association know there's nothing to fear
which is in sessionnow tion service for deacons on cooperation.We As'iwe return to our many Come to church have your ourco-chairmanisafaith-
at Mt. Aaron Baptist Sunday, April 16th at 3:p.m. want to thank RE ev.Wood fields of labor for Christ we faith lifted. for also.
Church. Pastor Turner will Rev. W. F. Tanner, St. will :ard and our Associated MI- promise' to pray for each ful servant,

bring the at 3 preach the ordination service. nisters for the wonderful services other;r and we extend our love
message p.m. MT. HERMAN AME --
this Sunday and his choir will The public Is Invited to attend that were carried on and affection to the whole wide

be singing for this service. this service. during our Pastor absenceLet world of men In the matchless NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.
Let us continue to pray for all Don't forget the sale on Saturday us continue our prayersfor The Church is on the move!

who are, experiencing sorrow April 15.Delicious and our pastor, his mother, Publicity-wise, we have been
tasty barbecue sandwiches can other sick, shut-ins bereaved W. E. Sims, pastor
and illness at this time. You somewhat on the quiet side
are always welcome to visit be bought at the church start- families and those In the WOMAN'S DAY AT here of late. However, thereIs Mary L. Mayfield, reporterOur

with us in any of our services. Ing at noon. Armed Services. Visitors are ISRAEL BETHEL not a dull moment at the annual Men's Day observance -

The Usher Board and Pas- always welcome. SUNDAY "Biggest LlttleChurchln will be held Sunday,
tor's Aid wishes to thank the Town". In the name of our April 30th. The program com-

..-' CHRIST EPISCOPALRev. members and friends for helping TRANSFIGURATION, Greater Israel Bethel P. B. 'Lord and Savior Jesus Christwe mittee has planned a wonderful -
their candy sale to boa Church invites you to attend are moving forward. Many program for you.

Theo. R. Gibson, rector suc ess. The Third Annual Fiesta was its 10th Woman's Day observance Interesting events are on the The Willing Workers will celebrate -

Antoinette Silva, reporterThe All members of Drake Mem- held on Friday and Saturday Sunday April 16, Mrs,, way at our church. Besides its anniversary Friday
orial are reminded of the ''past Thanks to everyone for I. C. Mlckins will be the mornIng -. our regular services, Sunday April 14th at 8 pm.Letuscome
Annual Diocesan Con- "Month of April Drive". The'making this affair a success. speaker. The evening ser-. School Is held at 9:30 a.m. and give them our fullest support -
vention will be held in Tam- drive will end on the fourth Our own Cecil Taylor did a vices will be aSinginsplratioi I i every Sunday under the super-

pa, Fla.; on April 14, 15, and Sunday In April. Please see wonderful Job as Disc Jockey.We with our Woman's Day Chorus:: intendency of Brother Sanford The Deaconess Board will
16. Delegates from Christ the Chairman,Sister Brown or are sure everyone enjoyed and the ladies of the Southlan I I Nesbitt; regular services at have a "Green Leaf Tea,"
Church will include the following Sister Green our Church clerkon Mm and his latest records. Singers. eleven a.m. and seven p.m. Sunday, April 23rd, 4 to 6 p.m.
: Episcopal Churchwomen are before the fourth him and his latest records. Prayer meeting every Tues at the home of Mrs. Virginia

Mrs. Kate S. Dean, Mrs. Sunday. Let us make this a Winners for the most attrac- day at eight p.m.is lively af- Grant, 1415 NW 69th Street
Maggie Cash and Mrs. Thel- "Red" Letter Dav.TEMPLE First prize, ST. Theresa's GREATER fair. Other special servicesare There will be a dinner sale

ma A. Gibson; Fr. TheodoreR. Chapter, Mrs. Yorik Oliver, carried on by the boards Saturday, April 15th at the
Gibson, Mrs. William S. Chairman. WARD CHAPEL and clubs,such as anniversaries home of Mrs. Bernice Per-

Sturrup, Arthur Baker and Mr. BAPTISTThe Second prize Episcopal teas, etc. Perhaps many son, 1090 NW 39th St., spon-
W. J. Stirrup, church.St. Young Churchmen, Deborah Greater Ward Chapel proudly .. of our members do not knowof sored by the Junior Ushers'
Margaret Guild is spon- Number two Choir,Mrs. Wilcox, presidend. presents its annual Wo these activates, so this is a Board In behalf of Men's Day.
soring a Miss Margaret Guild Birdie Hunter, president, Third prize the Episcopal man's Day Program on Apr 1 I reminder.The Remember to pray for our
Contest. ''Participants are wishes to thank the many Churchmen Mr.Leo.Arm- 16. sick and shut-ins.

Mrs. Rosa White, chairman friends who participated on the brister, Sr., President. This members are in the pro-
the guild and Mrs. Emily De- program Sunday after was one of our most success- cess of securing a parsonage
lancy. noon. Special thanks to the No. ful event financially as well as for the pastor. Rev. Gay has ST. PAUL AME

Father and Mrs. Gibson returned two Choir of EbenezerMethodist the attendance. announced that April 23

to the city on Saturday Church, the pastor and --. is Parsonage Rally Drive Day. Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr., pastor
after spending several days members of the Second Court All members have been askedto Mary Amos, reporterOur
honeymooning In Jamaica. Church of God and others. make special effort on that
Get well wishes to Mr. The Number One Choir will GRACE UNITED 9 A day to make the down paymenton Men's Day Is drawingnear.

James Cambridge, Mrs. Nora sponsor a Pew Rally Sunday PRESBYTERIANRev. the house which has already Plan now to attend at

Gaitier and Mrs.Louise Coop evening. Service begins at 4i been, ,secured. There, is quitea least one of these services.The .

er. seven o'clock and aspicyprogram W. F.: Savoy, pastor i i. bit'of enthusi m'among the morning speaker will be
is anticipated.Miss This Monday evening at 8, members who are proud to see Rev. Willie J. Jackson of Pa-
Drusilla Thompson underwent April 17, the Blossoms of LIberty the church move forward. You hokee, Fla. at 3 p.m. The Rev.J. .

BAPTIST surgery at Mercy singing group will pre- are invited to come and wor- B. Blacknell and his congre-
ANTIOCH Hospital this week and M rs.M. sent an outytanding program ship with us as soon as you can. gation of Mt.Hermon, Ft.Lau-
Thompson had eye surgery at entitled Follies and derdale and the evening ser-

.....' Jackson Memorial Hospital, Musical Contest. Tickets are .--. vice will close with the Rev.
The Number Two Choir will we pray for their speedy re- 50?, and can be obtained from Roscoe Jackson,New Macedo
anniversary FELLOWSHIPBy
fourteenth
observe covery. the group or from Mr. and nia.

by presenting many of Mrs. Harold Higgs, who are Mrs. Gloria Ferguson will The M. J. Fayson will have a
choirs of various -
the outstanding sponsoring the program. Let graciously lead this rally to a R. J. McGhaney tea at the home of Mrs. Mary
night
churches on Friday be in full atten- Branham 7139 NW 16th
us present crowning success, along with Ave.
April 14, at 8:00 p.m. The ST. JOHN AME dance. herco-chairmen, Mrs. Olga "Thou wilt light my candle, You are cordially invited April

Rev. Freeman Church, pastor will of deliver Zion- Rev. W. A. Curry, Pastor We look forward to a fine Cooper and Mrs. Cassie the lord my god" will enlightenmy 16. This Is to benefit Men's
Hill Baptist 18:28
South Miami, Florida worship service this Sunday Washington. Rev. G. M. darkness. Psalm Day.
after-
the sermon on Sunday morning. Let us support the Champion is our pastor. All of us have seen many, Remember to save all of your
noon at 3:00 p.m. Deacon Ro- what call dark times in the
The president of the Mission- worship and other activities of we old newspaper for our Junior
bert Ivery is president and Society wishes to thank our church. run of a day, and seem like not Choir to purchase new hymn
Pratt is the ary
Mrs. Rachel any thing we can do about it. books.
everyone for their wonderful .. .. ATTENTION ALL
pianist and directress. --- -- But there is always somethingthat To
our sick and shut-ins
support in the spring tea. we
The pastor and his wife a r* CHURCHESYou
do to turn the tide
we can are for
praying
to the Contestants for the tri-states your speedy
deeply gratful CALVARY in this dark period of any day recovery and that the Lord will
contest are as follows: Flor-
Antioch family ,
of the
members are all invited to attend that this come upon us. We bless and we will
you see
and visiting ministers and ida: Sis. Mary Hinson; Geor- Usher the Gold Coast stillness of your
The Number Four Missionary can come Into the faces really soon In service.
their congragation for helpingto gia; Sis.Betty Whitehead;South Board Is sponsoring a Spring Baptist Association which will ourselves and seek the Christ There will be a Spiritual Coffee -

make the observance of the Corlina; Bro. Samuel Rus- Fashion Show on April 30. The, convene atMt Aaron Missionary that Is within us, and I am sure and Tea Reading,April 21,
.. Second Anniversary a sell. They are expecting your title is the "Mod World of Baptist Church at 1701 that a little prayer,or Just talk at the home of Mrs. Bessie

success. support. Fashion." N.W. 69th St-Miami,Floridaon to him, as he is. because he Is Jerry, 1798 NW 1st Place 7
,
Choir No. 1 and ushers No. 1
May God's riches and bless- The show will be held at the April thirteenth thru always wherever we are. So p.m. held by Mother Rose Lee
rest each of you. will serve 3rd Sunday.Don't sixteenth. until later date if God's will
ings upon Mt. Calvary BaptistChurch I a Wyatt. You are invited to attend -
Rev. P. W. Wiggins pastor forget the sick this and week shut from four to6:00p.m. Everyone -, Rev. Fred L. Carter Is Mod- thanks, and my prayers for all and bring along a friend.
p and Rachel B. Pratt Isre- in's:, visit them is cordially Invited. erator. of you. This is to benefit Men's Day.

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MARTIN MEMORIALThe State Baptist Women South -


second quarterly con- Dade News
ference was held Friday night "Building Greater Fellowship"
April 7, with presiding Elder,
MT. MORIAH BAPTIST
Rev. F. A. Allen in charge. The Baptist State Convention of the Baptist Denominationare Mt. Morlah Baptist Church,

Everyone is excited over the which closed last week in Orlando invited to Join, and the Perrine, Rev. W. C. dear, r
plans for the future Martin was one to be long re- meeting will be held on Friday, pastor; Mrs.Lillie R.Harris,
Memorial. membered. It was the largest April 14, at 8:00 p. m. at Mt. reporter, had fine services on I j1n1.
Sunday, April 23, has been delegation In the history of the Olivette Baptist Church of Sunday. Our pastor was
planned for M'n's Day. The State Convention.The mem- which Rev. L, C. Mlckins Is attending the State Baptist
Chairman, Mr. Taylor Jack- bers of the Baptist Women's pastor. All members are Convention in Orlando and our
son have planned a great day. Council were present and pre- urged to, be presented and to associate minister, the Rev.E. .
The morning speaker is Attor- sented as a group which came pay up. Long carried out the ser- i
ney General and the evening from the State Convention.This A great task lies ahead. vices.
speaker Rev. Allen Williams. group enrolled with $25 The pastor i Is asking the r1
If you miss this day, you will and received much applause. ZION HOPERev. entire church to go with him to '' ID
miss a treat. The chairman Among the members presentwere Mt. Sinai Baptist Church
and co-chairman are asking : Mrs. Mary Frances Andrew Jackson will Thursday noght to take part in
the support of every member White, Mrs. Ella G. Baker, preach for the Junior Usher's Thursday night to take part in
to help make this day success Mrs. Rosalie Sharpe, Mrs. Board Tuesday April 18. We the 25th anniversary of the
and the greatest Men's Day in Annie Mae Johnson, Mrs. Ann are asking all of you toplease pastor, Rev. J. E. Murray.
the history of the church. Swint, Mrs. Florence Davis, come out and help the Juniors. Do, remember the sick and
Rev. Allen and his congrega- Mrs. A. L. Blackshear, Mrs. There will be a fish sale,pie shut-ins. All captains are reminded -
tion worshipped at Martin Emma Clemons and Miss Ma- walk, and lots of funny gameson of their reports on
Memorial In the 3:00 p.m.ser- rie White. Friday night, April 14, at April 30.
vice. The Rev. W. A. Curry Mrs. Marjorie Perkins, second 5820 N. W. 17th Ave. Apt. 2, The PTA of R. R.MotonEle-
and his congregation wore vice president, and a from 8:00 p.m until. mentary School Is sponsoring Members of Rose of Sharon Mrs. Mlorris, Mrs. Katie
and his congregation member of the State commit- The No. Two Usher's Board "Tea Around The World"Sun- Court 23 regret that their W.C. Jones of Richmond Heights.
worshipped at the churchSunday. tee on Juvenile Delinquencymade will have a dinner sale Satur- day from four to six p.m. You was called to the bedside of Lodge members presentwere
a glowing contribution day from 10:30 a.m. until7:30' are cordially invited. her sick daughter, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Virginia Barre,
Pray for the sick and shutinsand to the committee by reportingto p.m. call the church for a dinner. The Girls Club,sponsored by Nell Horton, inDauxHallN.J. Mrs. Minnie Pearl Brown,
ask for them a speedy recovery her chairman the sum (6964341)Don't Mrs. Rosa Lee Horton,. Rose of Sharon held Its board Mrs. Rosie Lee Horton,Mrs.
and God's blessing for of $52.00. Mrs. Perkins Is an for get to pray for the accepts girls from the ages of meeting at the home of Mr.and Ida M. Cooper, Mrs. Ruth
ardent member of Greater sick, bereavedfa allies and all 9 to 12, and teaches them how, Mrs. Leroy Simmons 14661 Marshall, Mrs. Myrtle
New Bethel Baptist Church, shut-ins. to do difficult things. Every'Lincoln Blvd., Rlchmon Simmons.
Rev. W. K. Smith Pastor. The Come to church Sunday and Saturday evening these girls Heights, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Susie Williams, out on
MT. ZION AMEOpalocka members have returned home have your faith lifted. sell com dogs at 10080 Hibiscus -' Refreshments were served. emergency, thanks all for
with a broader vision and have St. They are saving their' The guests were: Mr. and their cooperation.
( ) been greatly inspired to do earning for the furture. Patronize ,
Rev. Milton Fayson, pastor more in the field of missionsand MT. SINAI them. Those wishingto
education. Many projects Join the club may call Bea- BETHEL APOSTOLIC NISTERS TO MEETOn
Our Sunday School continuesto will be put forth for the cause. Patricia Austin, reporter trice McCoy, 238-2501 or TEMPLE P.A. OF W.
grow under the proficient The ministers have been Inspired Sunday morning was a day to Rosie L. Horton 235-2740. Tuesday April 18th at 11 am
hand of our superintendent, to help and plans will remember at Mt Sinai.There Melvin Holmes, son of Mr. Rev. Doris Akins, pastor the regular meeting of the \
Mrs. Evelenla Glenn and her be made for their- first anni was a Joint baptism service and Mrs. Elwood Williams, Kathleen D. Minus, reporterWe Greater Miami Interdenominational :
fine staff of workers. In the versary. with Rev. Harrison and some won a fouryear scholarship on Ministerial Alliance -
absence of: our pastor, Rev. All ladies who are members of his church members. Rev. March 28, at the A & T Coll- are having services Incur will be held at Mt. Zion
Naomi Fayson and Brother .. -0'- ..._ Washington delivered a fine ege, Greensboro, N. C. His tent, located at 2325 NW 58th Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. \
Willie Young assisted by Rev.R. MT. CARMEL sermon. parents and sister,Queen,are Street. We,the saints of Bethel Edward T. Graham is the President -
A. Chappelle carried out The drive is still on and mo- happy over his success. Mel- Temple suffered a great loss
the services very efficiently.The The Number One Ushers' ving up to Its final peak. The vin Is a student at Mays High last month when our churchwas The devotional message will
No. 2 Choir could not have Board thank each and everyonewho steering committee Is askingthe School. totally demolished by fire. be delivered by Rev. Harold
done better with the music. were out with them to their members to keep up the We are Inviting you and yoursto Brown, the Director of Pub-
Both teas, the one at NathanB. fashion show. We also thank good work. WMBM come and let us praise God lic Relations for the Alliance.We .
Young, Mrs. Josephine our models who were so beau There will be a Sweet Snack Your Dial together under the tent. urge all ministers and
Mackey, principal and the tea tiful. Little Annette Shaw won sale Sunday, April 15th after 1490 On We are asking prayer for all members of the organizationto
at our church that the youth first prize, Little PartriciaAnn the morning service in the BLANCHE CALLOWAY of the members of our church attend. Matters of Impor-
department gave with Mrs. Williams won second and church's annex. PRESENTS and also a special prayer for tance and concern for the bet-
Maybell Blakely, president of our own grand matron won We are extending our arms to PROGRESS REPORT Bro. and Sister Herman Lee'Howard ternebt of the people dour
the youth department and her third,Mrs.Mary Linda Arline. you to come and worship with who lost their three- community will be discussedand
fine staff gave were both very Our pastor and delegates returned us- at all times. 1 Times- Daily day-old infant son. acted upon.SAMPSON'S .
,i successful. The'new Gospel home'safe.. We thank Let us continue to pray for I 8 a.m.. 1:55 and 10p.m.
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Choir sang for the first time the Lord. our sick and shut-Ins and for I
for the tea at the church.These Let us pray for our sick and those in sorrow. See you in
young people will go far, with those who have lost their loved church.
Miss Phyllis Jolly at the piano. ones. Pray for the boys in MARKET
We will be looking for you Vietnam.
Sunday, April 16th all day. Remember visitors are GREATER NEWMACEDONIA
If you want to work, come to always welcome. NW 62 ST.
busy Mt. Zlon.FIRST 1466 ,
Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor
! MT. ZION BAPTISTThe Sis. Aurora Beard, reporter
Free Delivery 696-5711
Business and Professional Beginning Monday night after
BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE Women's Circle of the third Sunday In April,
Mt. Zion Baptist Church pre- Prayer meeting for our revi- FLM. IiSEE"AuiW vW rit'f'; ''' "
sents a Luncheon and Fashion val will begin. FRESH

Rev. W. M. Davis, pastor show In the HIBISCUS Saturday On Monday night after the 3Doz.3.1 GRITS t 9t 11
Mrs.Donella TurnerreporterThursday April 22, at 3:30 p.m. first Sunday In May, preach- EGGS
night, April 13,the Mrs. Henrietta Jones a member ing services. All of these ser-
pastor and church will worshipat of theclrcle will be the vices will begin at 7 p.m. The
the Antioch Baptist Church.An featured soloist for the occa- revivalist will be Rev. J. J.
effort on Rev. J. W. step- sion. The latest fashions of the Johnson of Albany, Ga.A truly
henson anniversary.The season will be shown and great and dynamic man of God.
pastorandsuperintendent modeled by professionalmodels. Come out and hear him and OLEO LB PATTIES 9C
are asking all teachers to meet Be sure not to miss bring a friend along.
Friday night April 14th for this gala affair. .
teachers meeting beginning at Rev. Edward T. Graham Is
; MEATY'NECK
7:30. Pastor, Mrs. Margaree John- BAHA'IS OF MIAMIThe

Sunday, April 16th,the pastor ... Miami Baha/i Community 69DIRR'S
and members will Journey to will hold its annual election, ; IO'MES.jas
Perrine to Mt. Sinai Baptist SHILOH BAPTISTThe Thursday, April 20, at 8 p.m.
Church to help the members of at the home of Miss Ida Solomon '
Mt. Sinai climax their pastor's Number Two Choir will 137 N.W. 11th Avenue. At GOLD SEALFRANKS
at 2:30. have a dinner sale Sat at the ,
anniversary
this time the Local Spiritual
Pies and barbecue will be home of Sister 0. Ports in behalf Assembly for the coming ,3 PKGS. $1
sold Saturday at the church. of our Women's Day. Baha'i beelected.
year
We hope our friends will stop Friday night there will be a Upon election,the Local Spiritual -
sale party at the home of Sis. '
then elects its ,
Assembly
by.To 1250 N.W.66th ".'
our sick and shut-ins and Marion English officers. Officers for this past
to the bereaved families, may Street. Allteen-agersare were: Mrs. Marjorie
year 1
you find consolation in your welcome. "Evening of Bach, Chairman; Miss Olive SODA 12 CANS $
prayers. Come to an Alexander, Vice Chairman; _
16 at
April
Fashion" Sunday ,
Miss Ida Solomon, Secretary,
Featuring many
three p.m. and George Savitt,Treasurer.
Ini'que fashion and hair styles.
JORDAN GROVERev. At Shiloh Baptist Church 14th
5a:59C
C. H. Smith, pastor Avenue and 69thStreetMiamiFlorida CHICkEN BACKS
,
Eddie L. Gilbert, reporterThe VISIT

M.3. HUNT'S BARBER SHOP
Deaconess will celebrate ANTIOCH ,
their Second Anniversary the (New Liberty City) 99C
GAL.
fourth Sunday In this month. Rev. A. H. Esslx pastor 5924 NW 17th AvenueE. MILK ':
Invited. Sister .
The public is
Patterson is president. Our pastor will deliver the D. Hunt, Proprietor

On the fourth Sunday in May anniversary sermon for the
the women will celebrate their Deaconess Board and Mothers 3 Berbers to Serve You $ 98
Ninth Annual Women's Day. Board Sunday, 3 p.m. at New Closed Wednesday BUTTERBAll SPECIAL II' .
Church
The public is also Invited.Sis. Providence Baptist ,
Mary Brown is chairman.To Rev. C. J. Burney is pastor.
the sick: Put your trust in i You are yours are invited to AU
God and you shall be healed., worship with us Sunday.




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Coconut Grove Senior Citizens Increases Membership j


The Senior Citizens Club of needed. years young on March 20th rector of districts and advisor [,
1.' Coconut G rove is continuing to After the regular businesswas shared her beautiful cake with to the Congress of Senior
increase its membership.Plans completed at our last us. She was serenaded by her Citizens Organizations. Other' [
are still in the makingfor meeting, Mrs. Doretha Hol- g r e granddaughters and guests were: Mrs.Rev Mond,
us to soon occupy our new mes who is one of out most other well wishers. Mrs.Dlu- Mrs. Catherine McArthur,
home adjacent to Elizabeth ardent civic workers, gave us nory is an active member of Mr. Lofton Allen, Mrs. Mar-
Virrick Park. a beautiful Pre-Easter pro- Mt. Olive Baptist Home Mis- garet Culver, all of Coconut
We, are still working cooperatively gram, with a group of young sionary and the Eastern Star. Grove. Mrs. Annie Robinson,
with migrants In people from the various chur- To Mrs. Flunory, we wish for New York and Mr. Albert Gi- I
the Goulds-Homestead area. ches of the community. The her many many more serviceable vens, Conn visiting Mrs.
We have been putting In program consisted of recitations and happy birthdays. Mary James, their niece.
t screens at the windows and modern dancing and duets Among our many visitors was Mrs. Esther M. Armbristeris
doors of haotnes, retouching which were enjoyed by all. Mr. John Leach, who is di- secretary.For .
t furniture and also giving clo- One of our members, Mrs.
thes that are so very much Wealthy Flunory, who was 71


J YMCA Spring Festival Sundaytown


The YWCA Is holding its second center and the Northwest
annual Spring Festival too Center are all contributing to
nNATIONALYWCAWEEKat the Spring Festival. The teenagers -
the NORTHWEST YWCA Students of Ballet, the
CENTER, at.5100 n. w. 21st. Y Neighborhood Ladies,
avenue from 11:00 a. m. to the Young Americans, and the
5:00 p. m. on April 16th. Area Committee are the
Northwest YWCA member u
The SPRING FESTIVAL will groups who are participatingin
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These little girls made Cinderella's/ / dream come be open to the public free of the SPRING FESTIVAL.
An overall of
charge. picture
than when they produced a show
in more one
true ways what the YWCA does in Dade
of the famed fairy tale at Myrtle Grove Elementary County will be provided NATIONAL LIBRARY the finest in funeral service
School for the benefit of Variety Children's Hospital. through demonstrations,exhi- MONTHOn
Turning over a check for $1? 17.33 to patient, Par- bitions and booths with items The International Association of MorticiansIn
neatha Jackson are: (left to right) students Maura McDermott for sale. Lunch will be avail- the third Wednesday of
March the Junior Librarians latest still recommend
their poll
Jo Ann Mosse, Mary Cheaney, and Diane Car- able at a minimum cost. hosted the Rainbow Park faculty -
ter who played the title role in the show. The Kendall C e n t e r,DownScott's ot its Semi-Annual Book

,... The Library was

. Night of Stars Auditions SetThe gaily Display.signs decorated of spring.with Colorful mobilesand The/ House of Albert :


Third Annual "Scott's select the best acts for me Information call 691-4261 on drawings depicted each sub- "Where service begins and never ends"
at the ject area that was on display.A .
contest
10th au- 2
Night of Stars" talent show May Monday through Thursday
high point In the Book display -
will be held on Wednesday, ditorium.No p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and
May 10, at 7:30 p.m. Place other persons may appear Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thrower's was third telling grader of a Ava flan Three locations to serve you:
James E. Scott Recreation Singing acts -- groups, sin-
will be: on the May 10thprogram. '
nel board story "Three Billy
Center,7200 NW 22nd Participants from all centersor gles; dance -- classical (bal- "1 Call 691-7661 .
Boats Gruff.
Avenue. recreation areas are invit- let-tap), modern, jazz; varie-.
Refreshments were served.
will be ty acts baton twirling, ma-
Prizes
ed to audition. souvenirs
Auditions will be held on gicians,comedydrama--ora- Teachers were given 6942 NW 15th Avenue
awarded.
Tuesday, April 18th at 5 p.m. tions, pantomines, skits; musical to make bibliographiesof Liberty City
of books
and 20th at 5 Listed below acts instrumentals the new collection
Thursday, April are'the catego- --single -
p.m. Judges will screen anu ries to be judged. For further. group instrumentals. that with they their would class.like to share 15035 NW 22nd Avenue 17750 S. Dixie Highway

discipline in the home. Mrs. R. L. Fortson is prin- Opo-locko Perrlne
G. W. CARVER (3) The child must be made to KIDDIE POST EASTER cipal and Carolyn Campbellis
ELEMENTARY PTA recognize that the parents are FASHION SHOWOn president.
MEETSThe the voice of authority in the
home. Sunday, April 2, Laugh- -- --
P.T.A. of George Wash- (4) Parents should check lin's Kiddie University, held
ington Carver Elementary their child's report card for its annual Post Easter Fash-
School held its regular meetIng attendance. Ion Show, entitled "Tots on
Monday, March 20, 1967, (5) Parents should continuethe Parade." It was delightful to How To Use the #
at 8:00 P.M.,with Mrs.Earkie practice of notifying the watch the youngsters conduct
Hughes presiding. After the school in writing, reasons fora themselves with such grace
business session,Joshua Dove child's absence. and poise. There was a short
business session, Joshua play, many poems and speeches -
Bible When You
((6) Select chairman for each
Dove, Discussion Chairman, and of course the little ones
directed the educational phaseof classroom to assist in check- modeling their lovely Easter layt 3
the program. Purposes of ing absences and tardiness,as outfits.
the discussion were presented well as to boost attendance of Congratulations to the kids
I by Luclous Jackson. parents at PTA meetings; and to the faculty of Laugh- /
J In essence. the discussion Mrs. L S. Blue is principaland lin's and also to the parentsfor Need He/p .
Mr. J. K. Dove is reporter. a great job and the kids

i brought out high points related were wonderful. i
to the problems of Ju-

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lism, absenteeism, and tardi- NOTICEMrs.
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Culmer, Mr. C.B. Jones, and CERTIFIED PERSONNEL derland of Beauty, 1190
Mr. Woodard Vaught. The following HOT LUNCHES NW 3rd Avenue, is now
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groups: REGISTER NOW MAGGIE' BEAUTY SHOP sell Funerals for less_ and get the best
(1) Parents should know 691-7795 OR 896-3302 1136 NW 3rd Avenue you
where their children are at all Ph: 373-9505, Res. 379-'
times. Mrs. R. E. Copeland, Sup. 3148. Wlien you are Blue Psalm 3 '
(2) Parents should begin child
When God seems Far Away Psalm 139

When your burden Grows Heavy Matt. 11, 12, 30

When you are in Mourning 1 Cor. 15, 20 .

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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 14, 1967 17
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[ with. x' rr NEWS FROM IN AND Arthur Ask Coming Her For
Spearing ..... ; "I
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TIIlaUI Under UM Coach
AROUHD\THF;\ BAHAMAS

.' VMII* Arthur Ashe, America's top-. Arrangements for As be's
.. -- ". -. ranking amateur tennis player workout was made by U. S.
and Davis Cup contestant,will Davis Cut Capt. George Mac-
.1 Father Bonaventure DeanO.. The Miss Bahamas elimination fly here April 21, and spend Call afteraphone call to
SB, ,Has been' named headmaster -' contest well be held April three days with University of Lewis.
BY MARKUP EAR .ft.St.Augustine's Col-? 8"and' the.finals on ,April 15 Miami tennis Coach Dale Lew- "George apparently Is trying
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lege..HE).succeeds Fr. Burton at''the 'G Colonial' Sheraton Is. He Is presently In the U.s. to touch all the bases this
SIX NEGROES SHOW GREAT' FORM IN BlomsjtQ&B ,and,is the first; ,British Hotel.,Army. year," Lewis said Thursday.
AMERICAN BOWLING CONGRESS CHAMPIONSHIPSix Bahamian to occupy that post. The winner will( represent the Ashe was defeated last year "I'm flattered that he askedme
Fr. Dean graduated from St. Bahamas at the Miss Universe in the Davis Cup Tournament.He to help. If I can help Ar-
Negro bowlers from Chicago, Illinois, representing the John's college, Minnesota, Contest at Miami Beach July will spend a weekend work- thur one-hundreth of one per
Manor Park Bowling alley made a great showing at the Miami with the degree of B.A.In philosophy 6-15. Ing out on Florida's composition cent, I'll feel I've done some-
Beach auditorium on Saturday, April 8th. The teams of W. and has been on the faculty ********** clay courts. thing.
Jones and R. Barker, bowled a total of 1151 in the doubles. of St. Augustine for four According to a Progress Re- .
Williamson and T. Garrison bowled 1121, C. Radcliff and C. years. He was ordained a..port Issued by the Port Authority -
Walker 1149 in singles. Jones bowled 531, Baker 613, Williamson priest of the Benedictine at Freeport,Grand Bahamas Phil Ossofer I
594, Garrison 638, Radcliff 471, Walker 580. The Order In 1963. Presently he is : the population of that
team averaged a total score 2723, which was a great series taking a course for his Mas- Island Is growing too fast.The April 16 thru 22 Is National or time-wise, to take coursesof
for them. They informed me that this scoring and another ter's Degree in School Admin- 1965 population of Freeportwas Library Week. Inmyoplnion, study for continued educa-
tournament paid all their expenses while they were here. They istration at Columbia Univer- 8,500. In 1966 It Jumped to this particular week Is as Important tion but we can "sign up" at
lived like kings and didn't miss a thing. The hospitality rend- sity, New York. 13.500. In 1965 there were as many of our other our local library and become
ered them was tremendous.They enjoyed every minute of their Mrs. Mamie James, 78 a 196,000 tourists, and 'In '66 observances, such as Brotherhood card-carrying members. The
stay here, would like to have stayed longer, but time didn't former White House cook,died the number moved up to week, Negro His- library card, like the air we
prevail. They themselves left good impressions behind They at her home on Long Island, 227,000 visitors. tory week and NaUonal Education breathe Is free. In fact, It Is
became quite popular with the staff and bowlers. They also -----..-.-.---- Week, because the know- like a credit card the high-
informed me that a team will represent the same bowling alleyon ledge we need In order to over- test mental fuel which carries
April 27th here. It will be the following players: George UNITED HOMEOWNERSTO come the lack brotherhood, us through a much larger and
Lindsey, Selma Park, Hank Palmer,Charles Thomas,EdDor- the racial prejudice and ignor- more beautiful world. The
sey and Nate Newberry. I am given to understand that this Is a MEET ance, can be found within the best part Is that no matter how
powerful bowling team. We will be looking for this team on walls of our libraries. They often you "fill up" with knowledge -
their arrival.. The United Home Owners are the storehouses of the there is no bill at the
.. ,,,, Association of 22nd Avenue end of the month. The library
''ir-: :. ," ." ." \\.II,, ..I'1 1 treasures of knowledge which
:."..' ;, I,}: '(",/. .f Heights, will hold their regu- free us of those shortcomings card bolder doesn't pay...he
.fiJ.
.,.. "ire) Wjn \, '" ,'." lar meeting on Wednesday which keep our world in Ignor- collects..and he acquires the
"g 1.1 'It t e- .,. :' April 19th, at the Jollivette ance and turmoil. Librariesare kind of treasures that rust not, i
Plaza Senior Cltezen Center especially Important for nor can they be stolen.
.. We are asking all home ownersIn adults, who as a general rule, Knowledge Is the key to all
r. the area to be present.A quit learning upon graduationfrom our present problemsfor
school. In these tremen- knowledge brings confidence;
public hearing on our dous days of change and pro- confidence brings courage;
T rnnOWII 1Ttrn-1.JfPlPmS1Jwr petition for street lighting was Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, gress, education has become a courage brings action, and
held, at the county commis popular local businessman and life-long process. Evens action brings results. There-
,, sioner's meeting room in the owner of: the Dive-Inn Bar, c Ie n tI s t s and professionalmen suits of action based on knowledge -
courthouse. Ballot sheets will 1772 NW 79th St. Phone 691- find it necessary to keep will bring peace to our
be sent out to each home owner 9431. He Invites all his old up' with the new developmentsIn weary world, and the place to
for your vote. Please vote for friends to come and meet new all fields of endeavor. find that key Is at our library.,,
street lighting.Mr. friends. Everyone welcome. Most of us afford,financially so don'tdelay..gothere todaylBenefit !
i Enjoy the pool room and bow .
Jefford Smith is President ling. Completely air condi- IChildrsn's
tioned. (Indef) For Variety


MIAMI TEAM REPRESENTED HAGAN AND Hospital I

FONDA IN TOURNAMENTCaptain Mrs. Vernice Ross, Mr. Nassau, Bahamas, were two
James Mitchum, Oswald Smith,rnest Hayes,Dennis Charlie Davis, and Mrs. rather lovely voices, Miss
Peak and Willie Robinson started out like a house on fire ,. rJ I, :J. ."wlU..... Carrie Jackson,. sponsored a Persia Lockhart, and MY.
then the roof fell in.'They good bowling in their first two games' ,11 tNj", musical program Sunday William Brown.. They were
with a score of 924. Dennis Peak had a score of 214. The second afternoon at the Bethany Sev- under the supervision of Mrs.
game, they scored 933. High scorer In this game was enth-Day Church 2500 N.W. Willie Mae Pratt,the Presi-
Capt. James Mitchum, with a score of 200, and this Is where 50th St. for the Variety Child dent of the Bahamas Mother's
the roof fell In. They fell below the 900 mark. The last game, ren's Hospital.Mr. Club, which sponsors a sing-
the score was 845 for the three games.Total score was 2702. Bell, one of the members ing Contest each year, for the
of: the Board of Directors and youth of Nassau. These two.
CLOVERLEAF SPORT SHOPThe Elder R. L. Woodfork, Pastorof young people were the winnersfor

Cloverleaf Sport Short was represented by D. Fussell, the church, presented the 1967.
L. Mincey, T. Blue, F. Horne and T.Gallo. This team showed Hospital's great need. Mrs. Ross, Mr. Davis, and
their bowling ability In the last two games, but were slow DON'T WAIT UNTIL JUNE TO HAVE Among the artists appearing Mrs. Jackson, are striving to
were the C Lord C's The raise $500.00 for the hospital
starting. First game score 826; second 925, third 981. The ,
last game was great. The grand total 2732. This tournamentruns GRADUATION PICTURES MADE Rossettes, The Pllgrem Gos- we bid them God's speed In
until May 7th. COME IN TODAYI pel Stars The Starlkhtof Be- their worthy ambition.
Special guest artists from Phillis Meador Is reporter.

FLAGLER KENNEL CLUB CAPS AND GOWNS FURNISHED _.
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Qualifying round for the 27th running of the$10,000 Flagler TASSELS OF ALL SCHOOL COLORS
Derby, Is scheduled at the Flagler Kennel Club Saturday night Jack's MEN'S WEARSEE
with a field of 32 entries.All .
of them will be seen In action In four different races "MR. JACK"
over the Flagler Course on the Saturday card. JOHNSON FOR
Prior to the start of this event-most historic the Flag- STYLES FOR ALL AGES
ler stakes schedule--the $5,000 American Hurdle Champion- Th Very Lat..t in M.n'. F."hJu
ship Is to be settled Friday night with Gene Ran Touch as a solid favorite. ITALIAN SHOES
Heading up the derby field will be Ray Randle's $80,000
International Classic winner, Discreetly, and Ken Hutchings' 944 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Florida
Classic runnerup, Cleve CommeL. 1186.. NW 38th St. 635-4748
Others who will be in the running for.the $5,000 winner'send -
of the $10,000 purse include Copier, Bob's Vickie, Good
Cause and Hello Hilda. OUR CLASSIFIEDADS

COUNTY TRACK MEET AT JUNIOR COLLEGE

STADIUM, FRIDAY, APRIL 14th J'ILLJIIJ1WE1f'

County track meet gets on :ts way this Friday night with a BRING RESULTS!
number of Negro stars entered. Represented will be North-
western, Booker T. Washington and Jackson. This should bea
real exciting track meet. Congratulations to Arthur Spicerfor SAVE UP. TO 40% 1f AJ
being named athlete of the week by The Miami Herald, ON
Friday afternoon he heaped 24-3, the best Jump ever recorded Insurance
Auto
by a Florida schoolboy.GULFSTREAM .
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PARK Liability Damage- Physical J

of 40 SR 22 FilingNo
Censor was ranked ahead
Fourth Estate Stable's War
Out Refuted
other thoroughbreds representing three continents for Satur-
day's $50,000 Pan American Handicap for threeyearoldsand GOOD DRIVERS
older at the stamina testing distance of one mile and a half No Finance Charge .
over the turf. as Ifttle as
The weight spread In the handicap ranges 16 pounds from' ISDOWN I A1y 1'A
low of 106 y aeka.i v
War Censor to the '
the high of 120 pounds assigned liyjH
pounds allotted the Canadian horse Flaming Triumph. AT SHELL'S CITY aoMlftp DOV8Lcr
I War Censor, a four-year-old son of brilliant Gallant Man, (South Door)
this season and is generally
record
has an outstanding turf
PLAZA INSURANCE
Earlier this
conceded to be the best grass horse In America.
Bougainvillea Turf AGENCY
season he was a fast-closing second
came back to win the longer Hialeah Turf Phone: 754-4951

Cup. Unsuccessful In subsequent dirt handicaps the, War Gulfstreamturf Censor 5941 NW 7th- Avenue
came back to win his Pan American prep over
course in facile fashion.


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NEED A JOB? START WORK TODAY! 1

COOKS Now 2 locations to serve you BUSBOYS PERRY'S GO-GOES ,,1

DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS All igh
STATION DRIVERS DEPT. STORE
HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS Prices

A-l Employment ServiceOver

20 Years Service In Miami l. Shoes Dresses
Pest Control
714 NW 62nd Street 7587663
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534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382
SportswearChild

Termite ControlCall ., iII67

_t8 'Sf' Buys'Ain.l 1 _
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Today for ._
NO CLOSING COSTS ON THE FOLLOWING

PETE HENLEY Free InspectionSALES $65 MO. $250 OO.'H. Cute CBS 2 bedroom, enclosed .. Men's Pants
REP.SPECIALIZING porch, utility room, appliances. Many ex-
IN DE tras. $10,500 FHA. i Shoes" Shirts I

TACHING AN DRAT 377 1411
CONTROL. $15 MO. NO DUALI FYING. Neat CBS, 2 bedroom COME TO
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Fla room, utility room, carport, appliancts.
Fenced. $1,000 down. $1,500 total. 3rd Ave at 12th St. NW i i

CORNER CBS, 3 BEDROOM. Large enclosed THIS WEEK ONLY I

AUTO INSURANCECheck porch, dining roomgarage. Many extras includtd. EVERY $10.00 ITEM REDUCED TO $5.67
Reasonable down. $12,500 total. No qualifying.Near .
our new, low.r rates and easy fiDaDe lIIMMEDIATE' .
schools, stores, busts.
SRt22 FILING
Bring this ad to our office and receive a free gift
CBS DUPLEX BEAUTY. 1 bedroom, dining room,
D. Goodman and Son, Inc. appliances each side. $450 down, $13,500 FHA.
"Insurance, Real Estate, Mortgage"
Business member All People Democratic Club 2 CBS BEAUTIES Front 3 bedroom, diningroom I
2688 NW 62nd Sreet OX 10380MOVE utility room, carport, appliances. REAR,2 Uf i Besf Bup II
bedroom house completely furnished. $600 down. I I

$16,500 FHA. OPEN SUNDAY I I d I

2 CBS BEAUTIES.3 UN ITS com pl.t.ly furnishtd. I"I
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FRONT. 2 bedroom, enclosed porch, 'dining room,
RIGHT INN carport. REAR duplex. 1 bedroom apt. and efficiency SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
Reasonable down. $16,500 total. Extra
apt. 2 bedroom CBS, tile roof fenced
garage yard,
0 WAITING CBS R2 lot included. Good rental area, d
awnings.Freshly painted inside and out. Bargain
"SEE" CALL OWNER at $10,000, $300 down and $62.22 mo. Va I


511 NW 41 STREET [[SHELL "' REALTY:; : ,. ,.:.cant.'I'll" '" '; '" ( ',""
: SELLER
< PAYS. ALL CLOSING COST !a.,
Lovely 2 bedroom, porch, garage, A-l shape, :42'0 NW '7th Are 7M5551King Lovely 2 btdroom CBS on beautiful corner >lotL '!0,,'
best location. 10500. $350 down. : ; rport"utlllt, room, awnings, jalousie window, I'

gas', heat. Price, ,. ;$1.1,000witb$350, dow'W ad ;;
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,$68.11, ',"1,', ,,month...."" \ M, \.rr.)4.,'),*\*" ,J":"::'"a'!h"lf.i, -;H i_"
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1025 NW 28 AVENUE r SELLER PAYS ALL COSTS

3 bedroom, V/J bath, like new, huge fenced Lovely 3 bedroom, CBS, Flo room, (can be vied .
lot, carport, oak floors, large dining room, for 4th bedroom) enclosed front porch, carport, i
and kitchen. $750 down. $13,500 total price. Inc tile roof, 2 rtvtrtt cycle air conditioners, wall ti
Realty to wall carpeting, laundry room, extra deep lot.
FHA price $15,000, $450 down and $93.33 month. r rI

OWNER 758-8749 ipf Mcimii Realtors NO RED TAPE,-\MOVE.RIGHT.l IH:'J ;a I

Modern J: 3 .btdroom CBS,, carport, ..awnings;tlo, ."
B' ; louslt I ',windows', ,:,sprinkler I ;"system.!, $1,000down, ] !,
15 ,and take oxtrFHA;. of.$10,790 a J,pS i l.'n'It"

Buy A Home TodayOPEN BETTER HOMES- FOR BETTER LIVING it.SB.6 m, .. h pajisrwortgag., rJtLlnt. Move;!:J (r,


SATURDAY AND SUNDAY SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS I'I'i

LUXURY "WATERFRONT" HOME ,Lovely corner, 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS In Opal i i
((1)) 2345 NW 155th St., Opa-locka CBS 930 N. W. LITTLE RIVER DRIVE locka. Tilt roof, jalousie windows, awnings, f
home. $200 down, $57 month. Custom-built, 3 bedroom, 2 both, Florida room, Flo room, terrazzo floors, large (fenced yard.
double l car garage, built-in oven, sprinklers,
Near shopping, school, etc. Bargain at $13,000
central heat floors
((2)) 2501 !r..I 158th St., Opa-locka 3 bed- terrazzo fence. Prestigearea. FHA wit'| $4b1rdown and'8'tf.82'mont '.Spotl,". ;

Fro room, fence,garage, $300 down, $78mo. '.
1141 NW LITTLE RIVER DRIVE p; + sELiER': ''PAYSALL' 'CLOSING: C STS'i .

4 full bedrooms, 2 baths, 14x22 screened patio, }?j North Miami Beads '14930 HE 14th Avenue.,.,
((3)) 2345 NW 65th st. Brand new duplex. hardware floors,'dining room, garage, sprinklers, Like new 3 bedroom. CBS, tile roof, terrazzo
Fenced in, 2 bedrooms each side. mugging, ftnce. FHA term or bank financing I 'floors, separate utility house freshly' painted! '
availablt. ,,'j{,{,,,&inside and out, large yard,. appliances monthSELLER .J :'1'j
2020 NW 85th bargain. at $13,000, $400.down. and.$80.82
((4)) St. $300 down, $80 mo., 2466 NW 99 TERRACE > .4. '
3 bedroom, 2 bath, almost new home, spring 'pa-'
PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS
((5)) 2025 NW 91st St. Duplex. $300 down. patio, circular driveFHA term I. Beautiful duplex, 2 bedrooms each side or corner n

lot. Tilt roof, (jalousie windows, large kitchens,
((6)) 2101 NW 93rd St. 2 bedroom; carport, Oft in the Swim. Pool home in wanted area. Two and clostts. Like new Inside and out. Price
$250 down, $72 month FHA. itdroom, with large Fla room, garage, sprinklers $16,000, $600 down and $98.78 month.
FHA, no elating costs.

((7)) 1318 NW 43rd St. $300 down. $73 mo. 1431 NW 89 STREET t)::,'( : SELLER PAYS ALL CLOSING COSTS J
2 bedroom, Fla room. 2 bedroom, front jolousied porch, garage, large E.xtro.lorgt: delux..hous.on 2 lots Tilo([ too ; ,
closets, stove, refrigerator, FHA term, no clo awnings! ,', very I.large rooms', large, kitcbensomr i )
((8)) 1534 NW 44th St. Large House. $350 sing costs. lu@trtll1tov 'and:;refrigerator both fOOIIl.
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down. Move right In. I Wonderful,location,A bttttr 2,btdroom'ho"VI4JOO .. ot

NO QUALIFYING HOMES [ ; _r FHA Srt:wlthS4S0'"down.f : ,:and+aar.. $90+tl momitb.,
1600 NW 89 STREET
((9)) 2295 NW 93rd Terr. 3 bedroom 2 bath
Corner lot, 2 bedroom, FHA room'garage' carpeting WE HAVE MANY MORE HOMES -
garage, central air, FHA, call Mr. Kemp. drapes, other extras. $84 monthly includesall.
YOU CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
$100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING .
810 NW 83 TERRACE DISPLACED AND IF YOU ';
FOR RENT HOUSES CAN QUALIFY ;
2 bedroom, Flo room, (can be used as third bedroom WE ,I'
HAVE
3165 NW 69th St. $ 20 week. ), carportt, many other extras. $88 include INCOME PROPERTIES, TOOl!

1529 NW 51st Terr.'S20' week. all per month. "

4023 NW2Oth Ct. $18 week. HOMES FOR AS LITTLE AS $100 DOWN- I

WE SPECIALIZE INHOMES FOR PERSONS BEING Broker
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DEADLINE
FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON \DOUBLE ACTION
-II Department of Housingand Know the total cost of the .h r-ift.tiny n COLORS GRAY ILMR 61AcX/
FOR SALE Urban Development work and what your monthly |
FOR SALE
FOR RENT a DRESSES HAIR IN PLACE
commends that families who payments will be. |
FHA BEAUTYCBS plan to make property impro- Above all, make certain the ,
with terrazzo floors, Fla 2 buildings with 10 unts with Small furnished garage apt. vements look into the transaction entire Job is completed as set
room, carporte, and extras. 1 bedroom apt. Also 2 tores. 1775 NW 84th St. $16 weekly. 'thoroughly. Here are forth In the contract before you Join theNAACP
Only
Valuation of $12,500.00, $450. 1% vacancy. Income approximately 681-3831 and 681-8401. some points HUD says to consider pay for the work or sign a com-
total down payment or less. $9,500 )yearly. : pletion certificate.

$95.00 per month pays all. No 100x140 Asking$50,000, halfcashdown. Furn. lovely effcy. apt. Near .
closing costs. In the 80's lot. Zone C4 with 2
near frame everything, 739 NW 77th Terr. Check your contractor'sreputation
and 1 CBS building
22nd Ave. pre
Biscayne
Realty sently rented. check with persons COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE
Inc. (Broker) 7598600.NO AlA Realty Asking $37,500 2 bedroom apt real nice, In who have used servicesthe,
751-1402. nice neighborhood, stove and Better Business Bureau, his STEREO RADIO TAPE RECORDER
QUALIFYING ref rig. Deposit required. Call bank, and others who know him
$800.00 down payment. $99.00 Duplex Duplex Duplex 2 Mlckins Rental Agency, NE 4- and his work.
per month. CBS, three bed bedroom, i bath -- 1 bedroom 0500. VET TV

room, approx. 7 years old,one 1 bath, large 75x143 lot. Excellent Read and be certain you understand -
owner, appliances are Included. deal. $12500 selling 1 CBS apt furn. air condition, any contract or other TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET
Biscayne Realty (Broker) price, $2500 down payment. patio. Adults only, no pets, paper before you sign It.
759-8600. $95.00 monthly payment. No small deposit, working couple Be wary of contractors who 379-7735
qualifying. See at 119 NW 50th only. $30 per week. 1350 NW offer alluring gimmicks, suchas

BARGAINCBS St. Do not disturb tenants.Call 52nd Street 757-7255. a cut In price forpermiss- 846 NW 2ND AVENUE OPEN 9 TO 9
home with large kitchen Brother, Martin M. Berney, ion to use your Improvementin
and hardwood floors. Two lots 624-6983. 2 bedroom duplex: turn. Cen- advertising.Shop .
completely fenced. $10,000 tral air and heat.$27.50 week
FHA price set by the owner. Duplex Duplex Duplex 2 ly, unfurn. $25 weekly. Dixie around to obatin the
$350 down or less. Biscayne bedroom, 1 bath each side, Rental Agency, 3203 NW 17th lowest financing costs. ATTENTION MOTHERS

Realty,Inc.Broker)7598600.LARGE ) fenced yard, excellent loca- Ave. 633-2429. ---- --- Are your children gttting the most out of their

tion.$1500 downpayment.$100 learning? If not, special work is outlined by
YARD monthly payment. No qualify Furs effcy.adults only.Singleor FICTITIOUS NOTICE public school I personnel. Special care and super.
CBS near Horthslde shopping. ing. No closing cost. See at couple, 1100 NW 31st St., vised play. From 1 month of TWO hot
$10,500 with FHA $350 downor 2381 NW 31st St. Do not disturb Miami. Phone: 635-6273, call Notice of: Intention to Regis- meals daily./ age up.
less. $78 per month.Owner, tenants. Call Broker, after 6 p.m. ter Trade Name.
pays closing costs. Biscayne Martin M. Berney, 624-6983. Notice Is Hereby Given that the BOTTLES & DIAPER SERVICE
Inc. (Broker) 759- CBS effcy. furnished, coupleor undersigned, engaging In busi-
Pick and
Realty Only $350 down, 4 bedroom, 2 single, prefer couple. Call ness under the name ofDuggie's up delivery.
bath, fenced, sprinkler, car- after six and all day Sunday. Guest House,2941 NW 47thSt., Call Day or Night: 635-8384

2 bedroom CBS,large lot, FHA port, central heat. $115 mo. 759-9665. Miami, Fla., intends to register For Kiddie Kare
only $250.00 down payment. lys everything. Drive by the said name with the
Seller pays closing cost.Drive 3735 NW 32nd Place, then FOR RENT OR LEASE clerk of the Circuit Court of

by 1923 NW 88th Terr, then all Gordon Akeley, Broker,. Good moneymaker restaurant, Dade County, Fla. and with the
call Fenster Realty, Broker, 624-8436 located near high school, Industrial Office of the Secretary of FOR SALE
State.
PL 9-8779. area and.large.apt
(1961) 40 horse power John- Call Norman at PL 4-6941 or Signed: LADIES DON'T MISS THIS
Luxurious CBS 2 bedroom, 2 ,son super quit electric with NE 4-1265., .- Irvin A. DauglasApril
bath, beautiful Fla room, finest trailer and old boat. $300. 14 Opa-locka beauty featuring lovely custommade dra-
In the area,garage,beau-. Clean turn. room with all mo- peries and wall to wall carpeting throughout. 3 bed
tIfully landscaped, all fenced 'trailer and old boat $300. dern facilities, Including kit- rooms, 2 baths, dining r, om, kitchen with built-in bar

I in. Large enough for 3 bed-'I((1962) 18 horse power Johnson chen. Matured man preferred. JAZZ NIGHTLYAt and stools, lovely living r om with glass sliding
I, room. This home Is a "Gar- : $100. Phone 633-2429. Call 754-1452. I the doors leading to big !beautiful Fla. room. Glass doors
den of Allah". Sold at FHA- also lead to huge covered patio with barbecue pit.
terms. For appointment and 9025 NW 10th Avenue, 3 bed Duplex. Nice respectablecou- RANCHERBiscayne Large carport,hurricane awnings and completely fenced.
location, call Fenster Realty, rooms, corner lot, tile roof, ple or single person,no children Blvd. & 126th St. See owner at 16501 NW 17th Ct. for very low FHA
(Broker) PL 9-8779. oak floors, attached garage, reference needed. $75 10 to A.M. price and small monthly payments. Phone: 6210128.
air condo, central heat and mo. Call 696-1374.
THE
. 2 bedroom-1 bath, pool and more for only $16,000.00, no,, ; IRA SULLIVAN a
patio home. Beautiful area, closing costs. $600.00 down, lbedro m-apt.Nt and clean, FOUR
nicely landscaped, large lot. $98.78 monthly, don't wait turn in nice quiet surround- PLUS
Only $600 down payment. Sel- Call Aetna Realty, (Broker) ings. FR 1-9797 or NE 4-1886. Singing Sensation
lers 811 NW 54th Street Phone: Ask for Mr. Kelley, 6303 NW
pay closing cost. For appointment -
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call Fenster Realty, 757-5724, Open 7 days.PSSSSSSSSTTTT. 15th Avenue. (TF) 1 SpecialsOPEN o

(Broker) PL 9-8779. FLETCHER PECK
!!! Room in private home.Prefer

3 bedroom, 2 bath, CBScar- $100.00 down, CBS, 3 bed- working lady or settled couple EVERY THURSDAY NITS
HARLIE AUSTIN
port on Cravero Lake shore rooms, no closing costs, working ladyorsettledcouple, AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
estates. Drive by 1220 NW 88th $55.80 monthly. Aetna Realty or settled lady needing a good QUARTET
St. Then call Fenster Realty, I(Broker), 811 NW 54th Street. home. Privileges.Phone:634- 9 P.m. til ? 330 NW 51 STREET

(Broker) PL 9-8779. Open 7 days.Phone:757-5724. 0733. JAZZ SUNDAY $400 down FHA. 2 bedroom, CBS home with Flo

NIGHTLY LIVE room plus cute CBS cottag. Very convenient lo
3 bedroom beauty on large lot. 9020 NW 12th CourtGorgeous. Lovely furn. room. Lakefront ALAN ROCK cation. No closing cost.
, Carport, large fenced in yard, 3 bedroom, FHA$16,800.Oak home. Private entrance, also RADIO STATION WMBM
I tile roof. Don't miss this one. I floors, tile roof, garage, ,air condition. 696-2240.
FHA $100.00 down to veterans 'central heat, fenced yard,only 2 bedroom apt.Large tile bath. Admission Free 835 NW 84 STREET

and others $350 down. Drive ::$700.00 down, no closing $20 per week.2260 NW 62ndSt. $300 FHA. No closing cost. CBS home. County
by 2030 NW 96th St. Fenster I costs, $103.27 monthly. See (TF) taxes, carport, terrazzo floors, newly painted In
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. :today Aetna Realty (Broker) The Best-Groomed and out. $92 monthly pays everything.
811 NW 54th St. Phone: 757-

" $1500 Price Cut. See it! Buy 5724. Open 7 days. Men Use MURRA Y/S
it! Don't miss It! 2540 NW 82ndSt. ((1)) 446 NW 45th St. Beautiful 3 bedroom,2

3 large bedroom, 1 bath, 3 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, car- HELP WANTEDLady Superior Hair Pomade both home on corner. Shown byoppointment only.

CBS, tile roof, Fla room, kit- port, large lot, excellent location Buyer to opply for bank mortgage
chen, living room,dining room like new condition.Can

I are extra large, patio, Bar- arrange reasonable down payment wanted to iron.635-5164 ((2)) 800 NW 44th St. CBS on large corner lot,
b-Q close to schools bus Take over payments of:
plus extra lot on 8th Ave.. Flo room, garage.
shopping, EZ terms. Bank fi- $80 per month. No qualifying. down. No qualifying.
Asking $3,000
nancing. $1250 down. Atlantic Owner leaving stoveandrefrlg. General maintenance man,experienced -

& Pacific Realtors 666-0411. and some' torn. See at 2350 good salary,fringe m ((3)) 6500 NW 1st' Place CBS, 2 bedroom, screened
benefit in onlyat
apply person
NW 89th St. Don't disturb.Call
porch, carport. $250 down FHA. $82 mo. pays
Christian Hospital,Inc.Administrative -
Modern 2 bedroom, one bath, Broker, Martin M. Berney.
Office 4700 NW everything. No closing cost.
Fla room, CBS, tile roof,h.w. 6246983.By ,

floor, FHA, $11,500 $350 32nd Avenue. ((4)) 6520 NW 1st Place CBS, $250 down, FHA,
down, $71.52 month. Close to owner. Spanish style, 4 lot $86 i f
no closing cost. Large carport, mo. pay
worker. Dependable experienced -
2 Fla Day
school bus Drive bedroom, 2 bath, rooms,
shopping. must be excellent everything. Just off NW 2nd Ave. and 66th St.
by 161 NW 40th St.Phone 666- maid's room and bath, 2-car ,

0411 Pacific for Inspection.Atlantic JE garage 2-5097., 3190 Sheridan(Apr Ave.14) cleaner eight, hours.references 2216873., $10.00for a ((5)) 901 NW 83rd St. $300 down FHA. 3 bedroom .

Realtors. A CBS, terrazzo floors, carport, two air con

Wanted: Experienced secre- ditioners, carpeting, patio. No closing cost.
3 bedroom, 2 bath, den,work- Free rent plus Income. Invest _

shop, barbeque pit, sprinkler, in a new duplex. In fine tary Judgment, a person to operate with a mature church Stubborn Hair ((6)) 819 NW 42nd St. No qualifying, CBS, 2 bedroom .
,
Kinky,
fenced FHA terms locations. The price Is right
$500 plus den, garage. FHA mortgage already
office and coordinator
serve as -
down, no closing cost. 9220 235-2958. (TF) of volunteers. Hours: 10- Responds "As If By Magic"Now placed. Only $830 down.
Little River Blvd. 691-2157. you can have all-div confidenceyour
No Broker. CBS 6,5 days/week. Paycommen- hair If really Broomed If you ap-
LARGE surate with experience.Phone ply a dab of MURRAY'S ------------- 845 NW 83rdTerr.FHAterms HAIR DRESSING POMADE In the : MANY HOMES AND DUPLEXES,
------- WE HAVE
635-9607. tf II tone
for appointment, momlnt No mailer you wear
CBS, Immaculate 2 bedroom,1 $15,000, only $450 down,large and ahck or short for cool comfort FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
bath, garage,hardwood floors, 2 bedroom, CBS with large Fla MURRAY'S does It beot Conialn.1IOalkali" ,
Experienced licensed reales- or harsh Irritants and-Iff ( OUR FHA HOMES FOR
lovely grounds. $450 down, no room, drive by then call A. never greasy.You'tI CAN BUY ANY OF
tate salesman needed.You sell find MUR- DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING
closing cost down Realtor 612 NW60 $100
or $1500 ,no Ben-Kori, RAY'S Superior ,,
what you list.Biscayne Realty,
. qualifying. Leonardi Realty, St. Call anytime 751-2243. Inc., Broker 759-8600. ING HAIR POMADE DRESS r niSPLACEDAND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
I Realtor, 696-0092. on tale at your NUYeIAT
favorite cosmetic

I 2 bedroom, 2 bith: plus Income Lot.8778 60x118 or 691-9448.7.0on30thCt633-(* April 21]> CHILD CARE counter hue dealer Murra does If your not,'. MURRAY'ti-E" :EDISON .:REALTY, Realtors .J.1

cottage with an extra lot zone Infant and toddle in Pomade he can WIlIO,TRIAL 2M
day care '
I RU3B total price $10,500. No my home. Will take very good you get It or quickly lend only for St. and w. wilt mall 175 N.W 62nd :St. 151-2441
I 6 6-009 Leonard. Realty, Private party will buy mort- care of your child.Phone 759- you MaiRm 2 giant' suptwoi size Hair PRODUCTS Pomade post-paid.COMPANY
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I gages, homes, lots. 373-7973. 8335. 4U.. -Ctortittt..-Aw.- ,trait Mick. 412ft

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School Sites Spark Northwest Coordinating Council

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A coordinating Council was The council initially is com- homeowners of the Edison signated by the superintendent. site locations. lieve over-crowding in exist-
formed recently by represen- posed of the Brownsville Improvement Center School Area. "We will again invite the" ing school classrooms."
That the information Relations Board,
(3) following Community
tatives of six homeowners organizations Association, Man- These organizations were
council invites other organizations -
The
be made available at added "to conti-
Dr. Shirley ,
and neighborhood or Park Association, North- represented by Mrs. Georgia in the Northwestarea
the time of the committee'sinitial to work with the council
improvement associations in west Community AdvisoryCom-Jones, Mrs. Janet Moore, nue and BPI representatives to attend its meetings and
the. Brownsville-Liberty City mittee, ,Edison Center Area Zeke Burroughs, Archie meeting: representatives participate in planning for the
) the number of children in these talks.
area. (northwest 54th to 46th Street), Ayers and Mrs. Gloria Moore (a Interested
available for these little Our aim is to assist the BPI Community.
The council was formed after homeowners of Northwest 46th agreed Manor Park serves as should contactDr.
schoolsb to suitable sites for the organizations
secure
the announcement of a proposed to 54th Streets between 12th as recreational area for both satelitte schools Shirley or other membersof
location for an experimental and 7th Avenues. Property groups. "The park is needed experimental information.
the council for
( ) all possible sites because promise to re-
they
satelite school by the Dade owners in the area of North- badly another sight can be pro-
County Board of Public west 41st to 43rd Streets between found for the school," they posed by the administration
for the Northwest be
instruction. 7th to 10th Avenues,and stated.Dr. are
available for discussion.
E d w i n Shirley,spokesman These recommendationswere
Job Seeking for the council stated that presented to the Board JERRY STERN
I Corps the representatives were unit- of Public Instruction at its regular Owner 1
ed at the meeting held with Dr. meeting later that after-
Young Men Joe Hall last week to discuss noon.
delaying anyfurtherlandaqui- The council was assisted in ROBERT'SMiami's
sltion for construction of sate- its initial deliberations and
Forty-five Job Corps enrol- thing, dental and medical care lite schools in residential negotions by members of the
lees per month until June is the enrolle gets$30.00 per mo. areas, after the Miami City Dade County Community Re- Only All-Nit .
the goal of the Miami Youth spending money and$50.00 per Commission withdrew its offerto lations Board Staff,Robert Drug Store
Center in the mo. put away for him by Uncle
Opportunity allow a school to be con- Simms, Deputy Directoredu-
Plaza Building, 245 S.E.First Sam. structed on a portion of Manor cation), and Lee A.Black, In- 590 W. FLAGLER ST.
Street.Thisxis. Young men interested in Park. "The council deliberated tergroup Relations Officer
an excellent chance making a better future for about four hours before arranging (housing and planning).
for young men between the themselves, contact the Youth a meeting with Dr.Joe A follow-up meeting is sche- PRESCRIPTIONS
ages of 16 and 22 years of age Opportunity Center of the Flo- Hall. At the meeting wo dis- duled for Thursday this week
who are out of school and are rida State Employment Ser- cussed the following recommendations with a member of the BPI,Mr. LUNCHBEDROOM
finding it hard to get work. In vice in the Plaza Building at : William Lehman, and mem-
addition to room board clo- 245 S.E. First Street. bers of Dr. Joe Hall's staff,

(1)) That no action be taken at to discuss criteria for school .
this time with regard to a site
NO SUBSTITUTEFOR or sites for the proposed con-
struction of the Allapattah 1
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE! satellite schools and tqt two I a1
to four weeks be given to this 1 /
ACCOUNTING IS OUR PROFESSION committee to work out the details -

INCOME TAX up with of the concrete problem recommen-and come & BATH FLORIDA ROOM

OUR SPECIALTY dations to the Board within that ...

Edmund 0. CulmerPUBLIC period of time. I l-"l =...=. ; -=0--. -;-;-:; .;;;.::o "'-'.a giiiill-"

((2)) That this committee be "". .53t. -
ACCOUNTANT composed of one member from .... q"idh1il! ": 'P4'l:. -K '.
8 A.M. TO MIDNIGHT each of the six civic organiza- WE ALSO IUILD.CARPORTS ;
tions of the Northwest area FMA FINANCING FREE : SCREEN ROOMS GARAGES
5264 NW 24 Ave. 6333735SALES directly involved as listed in NO CALL DOWN TODAY FAVMI SUE ESTIMATES CARPORT INCIOSURIS

the heading of this memo; one .
REPRESENTATIVE Board member, preferably NEWPORT CONSTRUCTION ,CO.,

MIDWEST REALTY Mr.Leonard William Britton Lehman as moderator Dr.- 2404 1 N.W: ,,7lth' :ST.,'Ml AMI', FLA. t, DIVISION LATIN A' '

; Mr. James Norton; and OX,,' ..$SS'2, '. ,'{CE SEO''INSU ED'' eBON ED'' ''HI'4-5754
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