The Miami times
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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 21, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00464

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Vol. 44, No. 35 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1967 20 PAGES. 15rfMiami :*

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no arrests have been Carmichael,directorof Bethel BaptistChurchof Tallahassee "was the perhaps the greatest
made in the death of Charles the Student Nonviolent Co- also turned him f black man that lived in your
::1 Allen, Jr. of 2205 NW 73rdSt., ordinating Committee and ad- down. time."
who was hit in the head and vocate of "black power," Monday night Carmichaelwas He urged a group of well- '.
: right arm by 22-caliber bullets came, saw and spoke in Florida in Daytona Beach, wherehe dressed, well-groomed girls
two weeks ago. The youth but did not conquer.He re- spoke at Bethune-Cooman not to imitate white beauty with
died almost instantly.The portedly left for Deatle,Wash- College for 80 minutes to an their wigs, hair straightenersand
J7Fjv .j.,b'' 14-year-old who had the ington Wednesday. estimated 1,500 persons Including skin tighteners.
"{ reputation of being a good boy, Carmichael made his first students of the school.
'\:" was walking on his way homein stop in the Land of Flowers at His appearance was sponsoredby His frequent praise of the Ne-
the 2100 block when he was Tallahassee, where he had the Student Government As- groes' African ancestry
shot.A palsn to speak Sunday at the sociation of BCC.In brought this question from .a
witness said teenagers auditorium of Florida A&M a humorous yet vitriolic listener: "If you like Africaso
in an auto pulled alongside University, but president vein, he was critical of every well, why do you stayhere?"
.. youth, stepped from the car, George Gore refused to have thing and everybody that did
fired several times," and him do so. A student climbed not suit his way of thinking.He Carmichael e p Ii ed, "Be-
then fled. through a window and openedthe told his audience that Mal- cause I'd rather fight' than

: 'I" : The boy was shot down in an doors of the auditoriumand colm X, a Black Muslim leader switch." The audience roared .,
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: alleyway. Deputies called the Stokely made his speech who was assassinated in laughter.
.T" ii He referred to Booker T. I
r" killing "mystifying. inside anyhow. New York a few years ago, Washington and Dr. George ;

Washington Carver as "Super ,.I
Job and Placement His Florida tour ended Tues-
day night at St. Petersburg,
where he received what is said
I Wins JFK AwardA
to have been his coolest recep
tion. Even the campus of Flo-
Need of
Miami girl has been chosen Knoxville (Tenn.) College.She Biggest PoorThe rida PresbyterianCollegewas
the most typical volun- calls herself a not particularly closed to him. And when he
teer In the Peace Corps and idealistic English went to the Jail to visit some of
has been given the John F. major who chose the Corps as Office of Economic Opportunity and small business develop- their children, including"imp his followers who got in
Kennedy ward by the National an alternative 'for doing in Washington, after ment were also calssed as the r o v erne n t neighborhood trouble with the law in Decem-
Council of Jewish Women.The something good.* surveying its work In nine "least successful' and increased hope, self respect ber, he was told to come backon
presentation took place in Atlanta She tau g h t public health, areas including Miami, reported The OEO found that the pre- and confidence in the future visiting days-..Wednesday
,> Georgia last Thursday Spanish and Portuguese in a this week that jobtraining school programs have been the ," and Sunday.
night. remote ,rual village Brazil*, and placemen}are the. most successful, from inter, I
Patricia Delores Worthy was following her college graduation greatest needs of the poor all views with more than 1,000 Household management, con Carmichael, however, did
chosen to receive the NCJW'saward in 1964. Since June 1966, over the nation.Of participants in CAA ventures. sumer education, legal services address a crowd of 350 on a
with Peace Corps DI- when her tour ended, she has The report said that 64 per adult and elementaryand street corner in St. Pete as
rector Jack H. Vaughn because been associated with the Peace the 13 Community Action cent of the recipients said high school educational he stood atop an old sedan,the
her overseas experience is Corps as a recruiter currently Agencies investigated, medical there were improvemennts in programs were classified" as rays of a single street light
representative of the 27,000 based in San Francisco.The and dental care program' their lives and in the lives of "moderately successful. beaming on them.

young people who have served John F. Kennedy award . . .... .
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with the Corps. is presented biennially at the 4<
Patricia is the daughter of NCJW's national convention Court I I J 'l.f!!' '
Trailer "
Mrs. Inez Brantley,7091 N.W. an individual or organizationfor I I I".I
21st Ave., and the grand-. outstanding achievement in ,I .; "
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee fulfilling the goals of the late .
Worthy, 1000 N.W. 63rd St. president. Vice-president Hu- ; Owners SuedCharges
Pat graduated from BookerT. bert H. Humphrey was the first {
Washington High School and recipient of the award. .
were filed in federal gram, reportedly said that
court Monday by Negro trailer the measure he filed is in behalf -
owners against 12 Dade trailer of "thousands" of Negroes -
Sites Needed For courts that bar them, forcing who either live or travel
them to "break the law to through Dade.
keep a roof over their heads.' Dean and Matthews said that IL
The defendants, associated because they are denied rental
1,000 Units with trailer parks in Home- space, they must park their
stead, Florida City and Na- trailers on residential pro + 4 t ti
ranja, are charged with vio- perty--and run into trouble by
The Miami Housing Authority structed on small sites scat- lating the Civil Rights Act. violating both county and municipal
on Thursday authorized a tered throughout the city and Named as plaintiffs in the zoning laws.
crash program to find sites for in unincorporated areas. The suit are Moses Arthur Dean, The plaintiffs ask the courtto
up to 1,000 housing units. authority is in favor of unitsas of Florida City and Willie J. enjoin the defendants from
Haley Sofge, authority director well as small duplexes. It Matthews, of 2470 NW 94th St. denying them full and equal ac- i
said that the Atlanta of- plans to abandon barrack-like Bruce Rogow, attorney for comodations offered at their
fice of the federal Departmentof housing, he stated. Economic Opportunity Pro- facilities.
Housing and Urban Deve- .. Dr. Dazelle Simpson, chair- band member for four years, :.
The importance of consultingwith ,
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lopment had turned on the : "" Tc1, man of the scholarship com- student instructor in the Zo-
pressure, and that regional of- school officials was !'J ,H i mittee of the Dade County Academy ology Laboratory member of
ficials are trying to meet their stressed by authority mem- I ::6..., x, Kids, 'Too, Manyy4 : :; of Medicine, proudlypresents Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and
bers to avoid over* '
so as ,
quota of new housing units by ", I : ) ;jlft !' I //1 ;:; the 1967 award to president of Phi Delta Phi National -
the end of the current fiscal crowding of classrooms by (pjt 1. flklijjr' \' '; '* '$ : .,' George Sanders, a sophomoreat French Honor Society.
year. Local programs must be new housing construction. EOf&\r.r& t.djQuon :!wagon the University of Miami Sanders is the recipient of

in Washington for final appro- Martin Fine,authority chair- ,,..,."."-""':,....w-_--.-_ ,.. __f', ,jr f ....._- .-, School of Medicine. National Medical Associationand
val before June 30, he said. man, said city officials shouldbe A Miami police officer no- to answer questions about Sanders Is the first Negro to Florida Board of Health
involved in the planning and ticed a 1961 station wagon at where she bad picked up the attend the School of Medicine.He Scholarships. He received the
There is no time toprocras- made for 14th children is the!first N in the sou- student of the year award from
provision should be NW 54th St. and Ave., on or where she was egro
tlnate," declared Sofge. The parks. Monday and thought it was carrying them. It developedlater th to be initiated into Phi Delta the local Phi Beta Sigma Fra-
authority must meet with city
more than overloaded tiny that the kiddies were be- Epsilon Medical Fraternityand ternity.
and school officials as soon as-
passengers.The ing taken to nursery school. he serves as historian for Last year he wis labora-
possible to decide whether MI- DO YOU WANT EQUAL driver, Mrs. Flora Police said a loaded .33 revolver the local chapter.He tory assistant to Dr. Paff at
ami will press for the housingIn EDUCATION? Jones, was ordered by him to was found in Mrs. has won many awards in the University of Miami and
this fiscal year. police headquarters and a Jones' car. She was booked on his acedemic career.He grad- this summer he will work as
An area running east from You can help the children In squad car was radioed as an a series of charges, including uated as Valadictorian from a laboratory assistant to Dr.
27th Avenue to SE and NE 2nd your neighborhood. You can escort.At carrying a concealed weapon, Blanche Ely High School, Beck, parasitologist, oa ano-
Avenues between Tamiami help them get an equal educa- headquarters police but was released on $575 bond Pompano, received a.: B.S. ther project.Sanders .
Trail oo the south and 83rd St. tion. counted 25 tots, ranging in pending a hearing in Municipal from Moorenouse College,.Atlanta
on the north, will be searched' Please come to the A-1 Education ages from one yeat to four 'Court Tuesday. Georgia was an honor is the youngest son ,
for sites. Club meeting every years. Frustrated parents finally student at Moorehouse, an exchange of Mr. and Mrs. Felton r(!.
The low rent housing for the Tuesday night at 8:00 p.m. at Police said. Mrs.. Jones, collected! their kids from the student to Beeudoin Sanders of Pompano.,.He has ;
elderly and low Income fami the Culmer Center, 490 N.W, whose address was listed as Parkway Children's Center, College, Brunswick, Maine five brothers and three i
I 11th st. Bring your friends. 1120 NW 49th Street, refused 1800 Delaware Parkway. band member for four years. sisters.



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F 374 Boy Scouts And Leaders

Jywh Really Live It Up At Jamboree

374 Boy Scout and their leaders w.r. in attendance at the first annual Biscayne Bay District Comport
and 10 was Times Photographer Frank Johnson to take th... photographs of the Scouts In action.
Th. camper., loboUd as a tromondous succoss by all who att.nd.d took plats April 7, 8 and 9 on
wld op.n, grass cov.r.d Bosstmor prop.rtl.s sits on Biscayne BouUvard bound.d by NW 42nd and 52nd
Str..t.(1)( Troop 56 sponsored by Mt. Zion Baptist Church looked r.al sharp while going through flog c..moni.s .-
,. ((2)) Scouts anxiously awaiting start of ar.na .how. Boys found out bad dogs can be traln.d, ((3))
Trying a hand In lashing, (.c) Arch.ry was Introduced Many found out It'. asal art, ((5) instruction In firs
arm IOf.ty, ((6)) II All scouts pr..nt or accounted for," Junior lead.r r.ports to Scoutmast.r L.roy Smith of
x troop 77 .ponlored by St. Agn.s Episcopal Church, ((7) It'. chow time for tho m.mb.rs of troop 79 .pon.or.dby
St. John Baptist Church.

((8)) "Now that our t.nt Is up we may as well trod. Ilk. the early .e"I.,." was the Idea of these lads
.Il 1 1sMy from troop 35 sponsored by St. Paul AME Church, ((9) Protestant scouts assembled' Sunday morning ser
I J vice. Organ music was rendered by Westminster Presbyterian Church right on the camp site. Jewish scouts
6m } also had service on the site, while Catholic scouts were furnished transportation to Mass.



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THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 21, 1967 3

; Kirk Snubs SegregationGovernors

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Claude Kirk attend the conference were: as emphatic as kirk Indecline- \ 'Y{;: ,\t.. : J
publicly turned down an invitation Winthrop Rockefeller of log to attend the confab. "\; t f .11 la, I
't ,to Join other Southern Arkansas huford Ellington of "The spirit" of sectionalismon '. ( Yf 1
'f governors to discuss recent Tennessee; Dan K. Moore of the s u b j e c t'.of school de- ( ,,; S
: court orders on school dese- North Carolina; JohnConnallyof segregation is 'divisive and '' 5 5 5r
::1, gragatlon. | Texas, and Mills Godwin Jr, unwise," said the Florida gov-
'i, The five others refusing to of Virginia. None of them was ernor.
\ He said he refused to Join at- ?
temps to "subvert or delay
the law of theland as interpreted
: Jamaica Gets Youngest by the Supreme Court."

I Telegraphed invitations were k A'r
sent by the governors of Miss- S ;
1 PrimeMinister/ issippi, Georgia andAlabama,
inviting Kirk and the other five ttS. .
Kingston, Jamaica, Hugh prime minister in February Southern chief executives to
Shearer has been sworn in as A protege of Sir Alexander, meet in Montgomery Mondayto St sr
Jamaica's prime minister Sangster had been acting head discuss the recent court decision -
after the death of Sir Donald of the government since Prime Involving the future
Sangster in Montreal as the Minister Bustamente suffered wellbeing of public educationin >' \I1'4i'! ,
result of a brain hemorrhage. a stroke two years ago. our region and in the nation. I
Shearer, 43, is the youngest Kirk's reply came from New AND THE WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN The local district supervisor, of I i
prime minister in the British Sangster, 55, was fiownto York where he had addresseda the Florida Hotel and Restaurant Commission fought this battle against Miami slums
Commonwealth. H e entered Montreal's NeurologicalInstitute Bankers Club meeting that saw the squalor-ridden Liberty Arms Apartments ordered demolished. T/ieU-
politics in 1941 via Sir Alexander last month and went earlier In the day,urging themto shaped apartment house at NW 17th Ave. and 69th Terr. was leveled by bulldozers '
Bustamente's Industrial into a coma Apri 11. Queen move to Florida and Investin after their license was suspended, Johnson of Miami photo. ,
Trades' Union andhis Elizabeth II knighted him last its future.
: Jamaica Labor Party.Shearer week, ahead of the June honors The ,sovergn state of Florida
became foreign secretary list, when his death became needs no regional confederation Murray LaHosoca In Manor PRETTY CUP TEA
after Sangster was elected imminent. of North or South to inter The Sunshine Commnuity Fe- '
cede in its federal-state relations derated Club will have a
,* Gov. Kirk telegraphed Park land Concert Sunday Pretty Cup Tea" at the home '''
Community Relations loard the three host governors. of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ban-' "
Florida's governor and its The second in a series of bring even greater demandsfor nister, 1040 N.W. 57th Street,
I Featured At Urban Affairs Legislature are now working Band Concerts will be conducted affairs of this nature. Sunday April 23, from 4:00 to ;.

together to make our systemof at Manor Park,Sunday, ,. .. ..... 6:00 p.m.
public education one in April 23, at 5:00 p.m. Mrs. -"" There will be a first and second "
Forum April 26The which quality is our objectiveand Valdez Murray, a native prize given for the club
excellence is our goal.* Miamian will be Guest Soloistfor .t,.tk displaying the p r e 111 e s t cup
Community Halations tor; Robert Simms, Deputy We will workout all our futures the occasion. The Concert and to the individual with the
Board which has been greatly Director and Lamar Clementsits including our education Band, under the direction of .1.1I prettiest cup. We invite you to
responsible for Miami's excellent Assistant Director. A future In a forward looking C ea s 0 r LaMonaca was well participate and hope quitea
record in this field, question and answer periOdwill spirit and urge you individually received in the appearance of few will enter cups.
will be featured at the Urban follow the discussion.The to do the same.NAACP ." April 2, and promises another Please call Mrs.A. E.Mc- ,
Affairs Forum on April 26, at Urban Affairs Forum is stirring presentation for Sunday Neal at 0X1-2114 to submit \
8:00 p.m. at the City of Miami a series sponsored by the City Gordon Shaw will narrate. names of club or individual en-
Public Library. of Miami I Citizens Advisory Holds These concerts are being tries. Please have the cups to. 'j
Community Relationsin Committee, Daniel A. Kava- sponsored by the City of Miami I Mrs. Bannister's home before
Greater Miami will be discussed naugh, chairman The sixth Miss Recreation Department, at the 4:00 p.m. Sunday. i 6
by Rabbi Joseph Narot, and last program in the series MI.till suggestion of Commissioner Mrs. A. E. McNeal,is president j
chairman of the Community will feature the City of Miami Athalie Range. It is hoped that ; Mrs. Ruth Williams, is I
Relations Board; H. B.Sissel, Neighborhood Rehabilitation Tonight at Mt. the public appreciation will secretary )" :j
the Board's Executive Direc- Department on May 24. '

Tabor Church .............................. 1

holding its first Mass meeting
of the year tonight(Thursday), AT MODERATE RATES I

;} leginning' April 1, 1967 at 8OOp.m.tokick.offthe1967 : CALL : ;
Spring Membership campaign.
The meeting is being held at ......... f' :.", ,
CLOSED, Mt. Tabor BaptistChurch,
FOR BUSINESS ON SATURDAYS corner of 17th ave., and 66th ii 1ii'
i i St., Rev. P.S.Brown is pastor. '

Speakers prominent inthe
area of Civil Rights in Dade : RENTAL ,
; ..For Your Convenience County will appear on the pro-
Music for the'occasion I I9'c
gram. : .:
will beprov Ided by the local AGENCY

SATURDAY FROM 8:00 A.M. UNTIL 12:00 Dr. George A. Simpson,pre- 'AL ".

TRANSACTIONS ONLY: asking in everyone continued who efforts believes t PL 9-8733 :j

RECEIVING OF DEPOSITS toward full citizenship. for all I : .I
to be present tonight.IMPOfifilBlEHOH. ..


door door service! for tenants convenience, '.
A Meet of con and collectors. jive to
FRIDAY FROM 9:30 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M. AND .
ON FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM 5:00 P.M. A community recreation center for teenagers and adults "rent free," furnished II.
and air conditioned for your comfort and enjoyment

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

Tononti concern will stop vandalism and reduce the cost of housing. .


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1 To Be Equal I 1h

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E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher by Whitney M. Young Jr.EtecullveDirectorNationat. \
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor ,I :: ;!: By Booker T. Hayes ,

WILLIAM W. McBRIDE, City Editor Urban LeagueDefianceSouthern __' "
STANLEY I. SWEETING, Theatrical Editor I \

Memberlof" the National Newipaper Publishers Association Style Requiem of a Champion
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_.--4- --.-.. .. ... -. ,-,,- .... '. extremists from their suicidal rush td defy federal laws and have been great, while others were run-of-the mill fighterswho
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 9, 1927 at the ,Post the conscience of the nation. In the face of growing awarenessby achieved their title due to some favorable twist of fate.
Office at Miami Florida, under tha act of March 8, 1 1876 Southern moderates that they must speak cut and lead their Over the years, however, it has required no supernatural or
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- -- -- -- -- region to a prosperous future marked by racial peace, crystal-ball gazing powers to be able to distinguish the true

--Offica- -at 6530. NW 15th Ava. Phonosi 691-0421--_... -..._69l-045S, ._- -, hards cling to their dreams of a racist past and, clutching the champion from the pretender, because results have furnishedus
"CREDO Of THE NEGRO PRESS" Confederate flag, prepare for their ultimate defeat. with a measuring device even the pessimist must accept.

Tha NEGRO PRESS ballavas that America can bast lead The true champions have been able to convince even their severest -

tha world from racial' and national antagonism whan It accords > The latest gesture of defiance comes from the governor of critics of their superior ability. They have literally,

to every man regardless of his roc., creed or color his Alabama, Mrs. Lurleen Wallace, wife of former governor George achieved the impossible, and by doing so earned the respect
human and legal rights.' Hating no man, fearing no on--tho Wallace. She recently addressed the state legislature and admiration. of everyone who loves a winner
Negro Press strives, to help every man In the firm belief that proposed that Alabama's schools be turned over to her controlto
Such a champion,has been our present champion, Muhammad
all men ore hurt as' long Is held back
as anyone with federal court order desegregating
avoid a
compliance All (Cassius Clay), I say has been,because I believe the reignof
threats she talked of enlarging the state
them. To back her ,
our champion is about to end. It will not be a championshiplost

police force. in the ring, but lost in battle principles. I've tried to

lilt dttpr'Utetun'ih conceive some other alternative, but I find it Impossible to be-
The winds of change are swirling through the South, but Mrs. lieve the man is not a champion in every sense of the word. If

Your Editor attended the Annual Convention of the Episcopal W a 11 ace refuses to come out and f e e 1 the breeze. Southern- my appraisal is accurate he has but one choice, and that wouldbe

Church in the Diocese of South Florida, at Curtis Hixon Hall, style segregation is doomed and demagogic appeals to defy federal to adhere to the principles he believe in. To do this would

Tampa, oa April 13, 14, and 15. and judicial a u t h o r i t y will only be met with counter- put him in defiance of our selective service laws, and therefore

Three thousand'persons were present,and enjoyed the color force. Most responsible leaders in the South have read make him a candidate for prison.

ful procession several hundred acolytes,choristers, clergymen the handwriting on the wall and are preparing to lead the South
and bishops.There were seven bishops, including the Most back into the Union. Alabama cannot stand alone in defiance I must confess. I have mixed emotions to what I would like

Reverend, the Presiding Bishop, John Elbright Hines, D.D., of of the United States Constitution.A to see him do, but there is no doubt in my mind as to what his

New York City, guest preacher for the o c c a s ion.As they course will be from statements made by him.The prospect of
recent report issued by the Southern Education Reporting what could happen creates serious
some questions. To which
choir and
marched to the harmonious strains of the organ,the
Service documents some of the progress which has been made. law does a man owe his allegiance? The law that governs the
congregation sang: Last year only six per cent of Negro school-children in the country in which he lives, or the laws that offer him Inner

"All hall the power of Jesus' Name, South were attending school with white youngsters. Now, six- peace and security. When we find our principles conflictingwith

Let angels prostrate fall; teen per cent of the three million Negro students in the region the law of the land, what should be our basis for deter-
Bring forth the royal diadem attend desegregated schools. mining which will In
one we obey? If the eyes of the world you
And Him Lord of all."
crown were considered a champion, what course would you take?
Of course, this is far from a satisfactory number, but the
The Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit,Bishop of the Diocese of South strides taken in the past year have been rapid. The figures It is my belief that world opinion will make our champion

Florida, introduced Bishop Hines, who delivered an informative would be higher but for the Intransigence of Mississippi, Loui- choose the principles his religion above the laws of the land.

and inspirational' sermon. siana and Alabama, where less than three percent of Negro I believe he will use the opportunity to advance the cause of
He said Christians today, unfortunately, orperhaps students attend schools with white children. An Indication of principles. It will serve as his example to the young as to whatit
fortunately, face a time of revolution. Christians should again 'the need for progress here is the fact that more Negro students might be necessary to relinquish in following the principleyou

affirm their spiritual welfare against human and social discrimination attend schools with white children. An Indication of the need believe in. Since most of our American principles are

and injustice. for progress here is the fact that more Negro students are en- Judged on the basis of their monetary value, this could havea
The Negroes plight or any other minority group's plight, rolled in all-Negro schools than in 1954, when the Supreme serious effect on some of our young people.In .
is the cause of the church. Christians must not be callous to
Court handed down its school desegregation decision.
the dehumanizing impact of ghettos on any group. As long as the words of the veteran, "I have served my hitch," but

two families are in a ghetto, no family is free. I've tried to envision myself in the champion's position. I've
The U.S. Office of Education Is trying to help Southern school
Christians should not stand aside but should seek meaningful tried to discover a way he could submit, and still remain the
districts comply with the law by setting guidelines which measure -
involvement in the world's struggle for truth, justice and stable.' brash young man admired by most Negroes. I've tried to,en-
in the schools. The court
progress. progress vision him placing the law of the land above the law'of Allah,
sion which so enraged Alabama's upheld these guide-
Take from the altars of the past the flames; not the ashes governor but it all appears too far-fetched. Thus, I've reached the con-
lines and left no doubt that the federal courts will tolerate no-
said Bishop Hines. clusion that our champion's future will be decided by the
thing short of full compliance. Many Southern districts would
The sessions were Interesting, and as usual, greetings of courts.. The puzzling thing about the whole affair Is that having
like to do with the guidelines and replace them with
ministers and delegates from all parts of Florida brightenedthe away answered this call myself, I still feel he is only exercising his
freedom of choice" in which Negroparentscould-choose-
occasion. right to dissent. A right guaranteed to all Americans.
have their children attend white schools. We all know that such
One of the highlights discussed favorably was giving women
"free choice often ends in beatings or firing from a man's
the right to serve on vestries.

The exhibits were attractive and seemingly well job.The
court said that the aim of the law is 'to bring about an

patronized. integrated, unitary school system in which there are no Negro
Accommodations at the hotels were hard to find, even LET'S
schools and no white schools--just schools.* It went on to say
by some who had made reservations.
that 'if Negroes are to enter the mainstream of American life
Division of the diocese was discussed probably will become NORMAN E. JONES
schoolchildren must have education
as they equal opportunities
a fact at the meeting of the convention. .
with white children.
Your. Editor travelled by Trailway's bus and enjoyed doingso. Fall Of One Party SystemKey

This is obvious, as obvious as the will of the federal govern-
ment to enforce the laws of the nation. Nothing can be lost by
to the total domination of the Democratic Party In the
appeals to use force to close the schools rather than integratethem
SCHOOL FOR YOUR CHILD South was the absolute dictatorial powers of the rural coun-
or by campaigns of slander against the government and
ties. It was at this local level where the hatred of the Repub-
This week April 17 through 21 (Monday through Friday) federal officials sworn to carry out the law. lican party was germinated and nurtured by the constant asso-

is Preference Week at the public schools. I ciation of the Republican Party with the Negro, I blaming
Are yourchlldren now in the school you want them to go to? In 1963, Governor George Wallace reached deep into the bin the Republican Party for the, civil war and the abolishment of

Would you)Ike to request transfer to another school for next of outmoded ideas and came up with pre-Civil War doctrineof slavery and the reconstruction era when the Negro was giventhe

term? If.so,:during this week of April 17 through April 21, go the 'Interposition of state power against federal power. He right to vote and many held elective offices.
to school and fill out a Parent School Preference Card. made a grandstand play for the television cameras by blockingthe
( The School Board will consider your request, you will get door of the University of Alabama to prevent registrationof So vivious and so complete was the villification of the Re-

.. a letter telllng'you so. You will then have ten days before the a Negro student. I only hope that an ugly confrontation can publican Party that no White man would dare to provide opposition

School Board to appeal the decision. The school Board_will be avoided for it can only make a serious situation more tense to the Democratic candidates in the general elections,
schedule a hearing for you. and encourage racist die-hards to flout the law. for fear of his life and property or at the best strong ridicule
with not 'Chinaman's chance' of
victory.The .
If you move,cf course,you can transfer when you move. The '
"Preference Week" is for parents who are staying at their I can't help wondering why some people in high officq in the only issue used by these Democratic aspirants to elec-
South go on in their cause when the only outcome of their tive office was the villification of the Negro,the Republic
same address but would like their children to be in a different
school than they are now attending.This illegal behavior is to weaken local government and bring,about Party and 'Yankees in general with the candidate spewing the

is the only week you can request the transfer if you are the very federal activities they profess to fear. most venom usually winning.As a result the successful Democratic

not moving II candidates became the greatest race-baiters in History
setting a technique later adopted by Adolph Hitler who in the

-. abscence of Negroes in Germany used the Jews In the same
BISHOP CARROL SPEAKS RETIRE AT 60 fashion as Southern Democrats used the'Negro.

Among the great champions of this Southern Democratic

In Miami, Bishop Coleman Carrol oftheCatholic The Senate has cut the retirement age from 62 to 60. Cer- Philosophy who achieved national and international notoriety,

Diocese, well known for his contributions religiously, civicallyand tainly this will be good news for millions who will then be able who carried this villification to the congress and the United i

otherwise, condemns legislation that would liberalize the to pick up that brown envelope Uncle Sam distributes without States Senate were: James K. V If dam a D of Mississippi; 1
state's abortion laws. fail each third day of the month--the Social Security check. Cotton'ed Smith of South Carolina, Theodore 'The Man Bilboof '

He urged our legislators not to such law and Mississippi, Cloe Blease of South t
pass a urged Social Security has been the lifeline of millions of peoplethe Carolina, Huey Long, of
his congregation to write or telegraph our legislators againstits of inthenation's history' Louisiana and a long list including all Southern congressmen :.,
greatest piece legislation passed
passing. and senators to more or less
right to the
for the benefit of millions, since the e mane ipa tion pro- day. up present

STATES' MUST INTEGRATE clamation. These rural county Democratic
!, Even with reduced benefits it will be highly appreciated. organizations )thoroughly
dominated the State
Government to such an extent that no suf-
The six SQuthern States seeking apostponement frage could be found at any level government for the Negroor
of integrating their schools were told there could be no delay Republicans. :

All public schools must be integrated by next fall. NEW TRAIN IDEA In Florida the governorship was the exclusive province of LI
Court the highest court in the country on former
The Supreme Legislators from these rural counties, only two mayors
Monday refused to interfere with the ruling made by the United How about that new train Idea sponsored by the federal gov- were ever elected to the governorship of Florida.the most re- I

States Circuit Court In New Orleans on March 29. ernment? Sitting in, you are pulled from Washingtonto cent of which was Haydon Burns former long term mayor of !

The ruling applies to public schools, from kindergarten up, Florida. Sounds great. Jacksonville, defeated In the Democratic primaries by mayor
also to teachers' school transportation and school related ac.- Apart from the pic t u r e windows, there will be many who Robert King High of Miami,who in turn was defeated by Claude

tivities. A would choose driving their car and stopping here and there Kirk, running on the Republican ticket.No governor of Florida

It has been 13 years since the school integration mandate when they feel like doing so, although the new train idea pro- has ever come from the more populous and Urban South

was* tenfle locus Sttrtl!tits say,.Better late*thaw Hmm jnlsmta costless than drhinganef..O9.P.I-t. 4 e" f., ,ef /lorlda,..aa .complete was the stranglehold of rural counties.

THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 21, 1967, 5 ji;

Denise Shakes of Westmorland, Jamaica is visitingher ,, ." :" ; ', 1.;, 'J

aunt and uncle, Jasper and Lena Samuels at their .,.... ,1. : '.II''<:_""'It!!f ,',\,' \'' ,',,(\ "j' :" 4-1'K': 1'!J.Ft" t" '" .'. "
55th Street home. : : ,. :'. I,
Happy birthday to the 'Maude Newbolds, grand .:j',). .i. '

mother granddaughter who will celebrate their birth ',,: ....".,,...:... ,,., 'J.

days on Saturday, April 22. :l' 'ritt, ., ', I ;.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: A friend is the gift r ,
Raymond Corey returned home from New York City of

otter attending the funeral of his stepfather, Mr. Thomp- God.DO YOU SEE WORG AS COLORFUL? Eight men

son. It (and less L fakfj!* WOna.nlfn9fWffihundred(; ( ? are ,
Friends of Conchita Evans Bennett, daughtet of color deficlehland may lave'difficult/ttlling'rVa' prom

Eric and Alberta Evans are speeding get well wishes, to green,. .Un/ethe' fr, eyes are tested, they may never :a \t
,her at New YorK's Medical
Center. know, they are seeing a less colorful world.
Wedding be'lls rang Sunday April 9 for Maxine Boin Official in 1931: The "Star-Spangled Banner" was \ .

and Fitzroy Graham at Mt. Olivette Baptist Church, officially made the U. S. National Anthem by Congressin : '.
1450 NW First Court, Rev. I. C. Mickins officiated. Ma- 1931. ;1 "

xine Is the daughter of the late Issac and Mildred Bain American organist Don Baker will play two organ 1 ,\ ,: !'i'I i/II lMI.,:,',

and the granddaughter of Mrs.. Clementina Morley. Mr. recitals at 4 and 8 p.m. Sunday, April 23 at Victor's Recital : 1;
Graham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Graham of Jamaica. Hall, 294 NW 54th St. The Victor Piano and Organ I' ''rt"! \

The couple will reside between Nassau and Jamaica. company is sponsoring: the concerts.

It was family birthday time at the Morley's (C/e- Friends of Irma (Bain) McCray are saddened by

mentina) when three grandchildren, Marva Bain, Kath her death. Irma, a former Miamian, who lived in Brooklyn, ,
leen Morley and Craven Wilcox celebrated birthdaysthe died suddenly Saturday April her 4
same week. on 15 at Brooklyn home. ;, :
She Is survived by a sister Naomi (Helena) Bain, Alls-
An eight-hour shopping trip to Miami took Maureen
L. r
bury Babylon, I. C c-
Duvalier from her duties at the Nassau British-Sheraton. '
Mrs. Henry C. McDowell will be among eight women 1. ;
The Silvas, Doris, Marthala, and Jackie attendedthe from the YWCA Greater Miami and Dade County, Inc. ,,...,"\".
funeral of Nurse Fernandez in Nassau last weekend.Mrs. who will attend the 24th National Convention of the :. ''

Laura Silva of Newport News, Virginia also YWCA, April 24.29 in Boston, Massachusetts.Mr. " !
jetted to Nassau to attend the funeral of Nurse Fernan- and Mrs. William McBride (Emma) celebratedtheir

dez. 24th wedding anniversary on April 18. Congratulations.
Congratulations to Peace Corps member, Patricia Rubin Mitchell Hits Big

:Worthy, who was awarded the National Council of Je- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hill of Kansas City and Mr. I

wish Women's John F. Kennedy Award last Thursday and Mrs. Ernest Buford Wichita, Kansas were guestsat Time With New AlbumQuick
night in Atlanta, representing the "Typical Volunteer." the Diplomat hotel in Hollyw cod last week attending

Mrs. Rosa Lee Ferguson was pleasantly surprised the Metropolitan Insurance Company convention.
now: who do you "There seems to be"a kind of ,
with a birthday celebration hosted by her family and
know who puts formaldehydeon unwritten acknowledgement of i
friends. Among the out-of-towners attending the Royal 20's his fingers to toughen them, the idea that music maybe .J
Friends are saying welcome home to Dr. Howard Women's Club 25th anniversary dance at BayFront auditorium has a sister who's a gospel from heayen but the devil '
Hadley, who's been confined in Jackson Memorial hos- Friday evening was Miss Betty Turner, of An- singer in England,and who has stole a piece of it when he was \1\
pital. niston, Alabama, sister of Mrs. Ermatine Holton. been awarded the keys to the kicked out and turned it into :
Among those attending the 44th Annual Meeting of Mrs. Evelyn Souter and Mrs. Deloris Chavis have city of Albany, New York? jazz you're serving the devil,
the Episcopal Churchwomen of,South Florida at Tampa returned to the city after touring Florida during their No one? and if you sing spirituals
last week were Mesdames Leroy Sargent, Lambert L. vacation. While in ,Orlando, they attended the State Then you obviously aren't one you're praising God'.

Sands, Irene Rolle, delegates, St. Agnes; Visitors, Mrs. Baptist Convention and in Madison, they were the house- of the thousands of people "Of course,in reality they'reone
John E. Culmer, Mrs. Coleen Finder, Mrs. Harry Nabie guests of Mrs. Lena Lattimer. across the country who've and toe same. It's just that
and Mrs. Melba Nixon. Christ Church, delegates, Mrs. bought and flipped over a new many 'good Christians' thinkof
record album titled"Presenting jazz being played in dirty,
Cash Mrs. Theodore Gibson
Kate S. Dean; Mrs. George "
bars with
Rubin Mitchell, which is smoke-filled apUy-
visitor, Mrs. Mercay Baker. Transfiguration delegate Mrs. KELLY-McCOY PHYLLIS WHEATLEY easily one of the most exciting endowed prositutes weaving
Edwin Rogers; visitors, Mrs. Elisha Clarke and Mrs. CLUB SAYS THANKSThe Jazz piano sounds to hit the their ways through a sea of
William Littles, Mrs. John Jarrettjr.and Mrs. A. T. Dear., NUPTIALSClara show business scene in recent oogling men. That's why Duke

The estate of Arthur Vining Davis will provide Mae Kelly and Moses Phyllis Wheatly Art and years. Ellington is having trouble
Florida Memorial College with 35 full scholarships Michael McCoy were married Social Club, with Mrs. Wilhe- The man who makes the taking his sermons into some

worth a quarter of a million dollars a year for students Saturday In the Transfiguration mena Sands, president wishesto sounds, pianist Rubin Mitchell pulpits.
coming from the Bahamas. Episcopalian C h u r c h of thank their friends o f Miami,F I Lis understand- "On the other handsome
Dr. Royal W. Puryear, president of Florida Memo- Opa-locka. who made their recent Banquetand ably as fascinating as his musicians have deep feelingsof
The Bride is the of music. I soon found this out guilt over religion's accusations -
mono// College was honored at a reception at the home daughter Fashionetta which was
when I caught one of his sessions against jazz. They try
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo of
of Oscar last Kelly, held
Mrs. Range, Sr. Sunday. at BIscayne Terracea to dismiss these feelings
recent 1 at the plush by
1475 NW 67th St. She attended y
Bahamas Premier Lynden 0. Pindling presented a mammoth success. Much of Century City Plaza's Hong rejecting religion and refusingto
miniature treasure chest containing pieces of eight to Dorsey High School, St.Au- the success and thanks goes to Kong room in west Los Ange- beldentlf with the ch-

CBS radio-television star Arthur Godfrey, along with an gustine College, Barry Coll- the models, Mrs. Pinkie Lowe, les, where he drew the biggest urch. The simple truth is that
invitation to do a series of radio broadcasts from Nassau ege; and received her Mastersat Laura Wilson, Thelma Mum- crowd in the history of the you can't seperate the two.
and Freeport next year. Godfrey accepted both chest Indiana University. She is ford, Willie Mae Clark, Lessie popular night spot. "I'll have to admit that at
and invitation when he flew to the islands to take part a classroom teacher at Rain- S. Ponder, Mrs. Wilcox and Under contract to, Capitol first my own father had doubts
in Nassau's special "Arthur Godfrey Day." bow Park Elem. Mr. Cleo Welch.Their perfor- Records, Rubin is a native of about my pursuing a jazz ca-

On the calendar Concert at Manor Park, Sunday, Mr. McCoy is aprivatesec- mance brought thrills to the Tampa Fla., where he delivered -, reer. However, the, miracleof
retary to the Ambassador of guests, many of them from out the Tampa Bulletin and television brought the same
5 6:15
p.m. p.m. the South African Governor of of town. Thanks again to all. the Fla. edition of the Pitts- music I wasn't allowed to listen -
Bobbie Tucker, son Ishmae' Clarke has returned
the U.N. Mrs. W. Sands, is presidentMrs. burgh Courier as a boy. to on the radio as a boy
home after a year in Vietnam. Bobbie spent a year in Father ElishaS.Clarkoficiated 1- Margaret Adderly is He and his sister, BettyMIt- right into his living room. I
Vietnam. Bobbie spent three weeks in Miami before re while the bride's bro- Vice-president; Mrs. Mildred chell, a gospel singer in England left home with his blessing."
porting for duty in California. ther-in-law served as best Monroe is chairman of credit their musical careers The senior Mr. Mitchell has
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Newbold will motor to Tallahassee man and the br Ide's sister Fashionetta., to their father, Bishop every reason to be proud.
this weekend to witness the graduation of their stood as bridesmaid.A in the E manu e I Tabernacle Rubin's first Capitol album,
daughter, Shirley from FAMU.A reception was held ime- GOLDEN AND GREEN Baptist Church of the Apostolic "Presenting Rubin Mitchell,"
Date to Remember Dade County PTA's Annual dlately after the ceremony at Faith. sold over 40,000 copies the
Banquet May 19 at Bethune Elementary. Mrs. Queen the brides h 0 m e. Everything TEA SUNDAY "very few people would argue first week it was on sale. After
Armstrong is president. was beautifully prepared and Miami District Laymen's the fact that good jazz, Los Angeles, he'll be off to

Busily packing her bags (Is Mrs. Bobbie (Dana decorated by Marie Kelly Organization invites you to attend gospel singing and preachingare New York, where he'll appear
who will her Miller, Ida K. DeShasior, its Golden and Green Tea essentially the same at Albany's "The Lion's Den"and
Hunt) Tucker join husband in California. "
also cut album.A .
notes Rubin. "How- a new
on Sunday, April 23 at GreaterSt.
Helen Jackson Edna Stall-
After three in Africa Mr. and Mrs. ,
years George Paul AME Church ever, if you walk into a down- third generatio of Mitc-
worth and Ruth Cannon. Coco
(Fredonna Clarke) Higgs, and daughters, Kathy and Ka nut Grove from 3 to 5p.m.Our home, fundamentalist-type hells has already made his
Alice Harrison Louise
returned to the states (California Fredonna the church 'and known :Rubin's '
ren, ) Is will be Mrs.Clemen- announce that..presence :
dough. ter of Mr. and Mrs. fredi Clarke. Curry were in charge'of the tina speaker Rahming. you're' a Jazz musician, more nine-year-old son, Andre, is
Airman First Class Hilton Coffee Is ,visiting hiss gifts. than a few eyebrows will be an acknowledged geniuson
parents Mr. ,and Mrs. Walter (Esther) Kelly Hilton is Out of'town guest included thebride's sident Mr. Zack of the Ferguson organization.is pre- raised. (what else?) the piano and '
brother Charles A.
stationed at Eason Air Force Base, San Antonio. organ.
Kelly and daughter Patricia
Mrs. Ophelia Hayes is a patient at Palm Springs ;
Kelly who spent two weeks
Hospital for surgery. here from New York City,anda THE MUSLIMS '
Get well wishes to Grace Clark Wynn, Christian
s 1st e r, Irma Sweeting and
Hospital, Room 25; Agnes Clark at Jackson, Coleridge children from Key West. PRESENT

Reeves who underwent surgery at Jackson on Monday The couple plan to move into DinnerAT
morning, Room 497; Jimmie Cooper, recuperating at their new home this week.E. ht Annual Unify Furum &

home after surgery at Palm Springs Hospital; his wife,

DorothyIs also following doctor's orders. A. L. SOCIAL- MUHAm AD'S MOSQUE NO. 29

Denise Darcell Sawyer, daughter of Clarice and CIVIC CLUB ANNUAL 5245 NW 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida
Bill Sawyer, entertained friends at her Opa-locka home TEA
with a "Sweet Sixteen Birthday Party." The Eastern Airlines Social- TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1961 1 TO 10 P.M.
The Celebrity Beauty Salon sponsored Fashion
I, a Civic Club will its SUBJECT:
and Hair Style Show on Sunday at the Continental Club. sponsor I
Annual Tea on Sunday, April "
The ladies responsible the affair IMPROVE RACE RELATIONS IN MIAMI?
were Hump 23, from 400 to 6:00 p.m. At "WHAT CAN BE DONE TO
hrey, Daisy Cog and Curly Howard.
gette Congratulations. Bonded Rental Agency, 4150 PANELISTS FROM:
N.W. 7th Avenue, the public is
Get well wishes to Annie Gilbert, Marie Moseley, invited. NAACP URBAN LEAGUE, CORE, SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP

Agnes Clark, Vernald Pratt, Mizie Thompson, all patients CONFERENCE SNCC OTHER OUTSTANDING LEAKERS AND ORGANIZA'

at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Shirley Robinson, JOLLY FRIENDSThe TIONS.'J

Eve and Lucille Hanna at home. Jolly Friends:: ,Social and LIVE ENTERTAINMENT SURPRISE GUEST I''

! After three weeks of sand, surf and fun with her family Civic Club,will meet onSatur- Charles Lockhart, Moderator

.' Lottie B. Hanna has returned to her home in Nat day Night April 22,at the home Social Hour 7 p.m.

ward. In Miami, she was guest of her sisters, Margaret of Mrs. Mildred Johnson 734 Minister Troy Bey .
Jones and Mabel Stirrup. But the reason for the trip N.W. 44th Street.All membersare DONATION (Including full course dinner) $2.50 '
was a visit with mom, Mrs. Beatrice Bethel. urged to be present,busi-
ness of importance.Mrs. Informal _____
t.....!<1 Ashe spent the weekend in Key. West Mae Wood president. . . ." .

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6 THE MIAMI TIMES Friday April 21, 1967 .

W LIMimilllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIi | I Commencement At FAMU Round About

0 DHEIGHTS TALLAHASSEE, President Activities scheduled for Fri-
FOCUS I George W.Gore Jr.'s chat with day evening include the conse- TalkBY
the seniors will open the activities cration services at 7 p.m. in
i for the spring commencement the Charles Winter Wood thea-
; at Florida A&M tre, and President and Mrs. JIMMY "SCOOP" BETHEL
--- -- I University. The president's Gore's reception for seniors, ; -
By Gwendolyn Lavern Ross annual chat will be held in the their relatives,the alumni,the KEEP THE FAITH, BABY. .Demo Adam Clayton Powell
Charles Winter Wood Theatreat faculty, the staff, and friendsat (still in Bimini, Bahamas) won his Harlen Congressional seat
Killlan's Charter Members of the National Honor Society 10 a.m. Thursday,April 20. ,,7:45 p.m.(in the Grand Ballroom back by beating Mrs. Lucille P. WilllamsRepubllcanand( ) Rev
hosted the District 12 meeting on Saturday,Apr 15. The elec- TheFlorida A&M University of the Student Union Ervin Yearling (Conservative) In last week's election.Powellran
tion of officer schools and selection of the Brain Brall team General Alumni Association, Building. away with 86 per cent of the total votes (The question)
headed the agenda. Results of the election 1 were: President will hold its meeting from The spring commencement Can Powell regain his seat In the 90fh Congress throughthe
School-Killian High School; Vice-President School- Ira- 10:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m.in the convocation will be held at 9 federal court? .Powell's newest woes Yvette Diago
maculata Academy; Secretary School-La Salle High School. Student Union Building Fri- a.m. Saturday in the Jake Gai- Powell recently filed a support suit against her husband
Four students, tops in math, science, the arts, or general day, April 21. The FAMUaluml ther Gymnasium. The speakerwill seeking $1.500 a month for herself and their four-year-old son
scholarship, will compete at the state convention on May 4, 5, luncheon will be held at 12 be Dr.Samuel D. Proctor, Plus the Federal Deaprtment has started an investigation -
and 6th, in Sarasota. noon Friday.The luncheon will president, Tho Institution for on Powell's spending of Federal funds.
Delegations to the meeting represented Carol City,Central, honor the classes ending in Services to Education, Wash- WHAT'S EW.--Georgia's segregationist.Lester
Coral Gables, Edison, Immaculata, La Salle, Miami Beach, seven with special recognition ington, D. C. Dr. Proctor will Maddox's warm reception to Negro Mrs. Albert Hill when she
Norland, Northwestern, Palmetto,St. Patricks,and Southwest. given to the classes of 1917 speak on "The Truths that surrendered her son,Booker T.Gary and his three mates (four
Killlan's chapter was organized last weekbyMr. and 1942. Make Men Free." escaped convicts from Wilkinson County Prison Camp) to the
McCullogh, history teacher at the school. governor. Gov. Maddox at once ordered a thorough Investigation -
Collecting good paperback books for our men in Viet Nam of the prison and the convits' complaints of mistreatments,
is the current project of the girls at Palmetto High School. Led ATTENTION MOTHERSAre and praised the prisoners for coming to him when they could
by the Girls League the drive is in its second .Policemen David Van Curler
year.If your children getting the most out of their have gotten out of the state. .
you have paperbacks you'd like to donate, phone me learning? If not, special work Is outlined by and William Fletcher, two West Palm Beach cops shot deadon
at CE5-4863 and your books will be Included in the Girls Lea- public school I personnel. Special care and supervised the streets by berserk John Cooley. A wasted and ex-
gue shipment. play. from 1 month of age up. TWO hot pensive lesson in lawnmanship.'Never give a sucker a break/
Thirty five members of the Girls' Sports Club braved the meals daily. Martin Luther King and 300,000 persons marched form
wilds of Plantation Key and staked their tents for April 14, 15, Central Park to the U.S. Building on 42nd St., and 1st. Ave.,
and 15. An initiation bonfire along with boating,swimming, BOTTLES & DIAPER SERVICE where he addressed the crowd in protest of the Vietnam War
fishing, and games filled the three-day campout. Pick up and delivery. King accused the police department and the white pressof
downgrading the number of demonstrators New York
Call Day or Night: 635-8384
Puerto Ricans tooktheirproblemsfbeforeMayorLindseyMonday -
The Richmond Heights Garden Club was the guest of the For Kiddie Kare demanding a bigger role in the NYC affairs.
Miami Civic and Garden Club for its April 15th meeting at the MIAMIANS IN NEW YORK.--Paul Bines, vice-president of
home of Mrs. James Crawford (Alma). The tree-shadedpatio Universal Fire-Arms Corp., East 10th Court, Hialeah, Fla.,
was the setting for the joint meeting and dinner afterwards.. arrived in NYC by Eastern Airlines Sunday to take part in
Mrs. Crawford's mother, Mrs.Daniel JOhnsonLenora), of the the Gun Show at the New York Coliseum (Columbus Circle)
Miami club, was the hostess. HEAR YE! HEAR YE! for ten days A Vietnam protest march is due to hit Uni-

* * * * * IT'S HERE, versal Fire-Arms factory within 14 days in Hialeah .
LAWN OF THE MONTH Pretty Sonia Parker, formerly of Miami's 20th St., ailing at
The; Lawn of the Month, selected by the Richmond Heights Harlem Hospital ?Arthur Godfrey(radio and TV great)
Garden Club for the month of April belongs to Mr,,and Mrs. Kiddies Day Nursery walking the picket line at 49 N.E 52nd Columbia Recording

Lawrence,Sweeting.: ,They reside at 14825 Robinsp ,Street in, ,11 > .. I la 1. .,., '- _Studio' Jim Campbell of CBS also carrying the picket sign
what:we in the Heights call the Empire State Building,of,Richt .0. Marchall Bevins,(Miami's 17th Streeter)has a very suc'tessful -
mond Heights (smile). To the Sweetings, I would like to offer I floor waxing and windo cleaning business in New York
,congratulations. Only two yards have received the distinction 6701 NW 23rd''Court with a bills, L.I. Home. ..Mrs.,Annie Lock of Miami, Fla.,
so far and they have been manicured to perfection visiting her niece here In New York, Mrs. Sally Kennon of 95
We are here to help you. Infants kept dally Baruch Dr., NYC (formerly Sally Henley of Ft. Lauderdale,
Won't you stop in and inspect the surroundingsof Fla.) .. Harvey Hall on Lenox Ave., sunning in front of Lenox
your child, 'as it is important to you. Lounge .
Licensed i Dade and Welfare
by County State Franklin's Never Loved a Man,"pushing Sam and Dave's
,, lw' "REPAIR ,SPECIAL" Department. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby for top spot .
Cleaned & Oiled In Your Home Lou Rawl's Capital Album, "Carrying On a must.4 ,'Chuck
:Adjust Tensions 1150 Immediate services available. Jackson and Maxine Brown's On I'm Coming,*dedicatedto
Ruby Lazier's daughter, Dutchie Johnson Arthur
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MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 2Ir 1967 7s

Young Americans Curb (

Organized at YWCA

The young Americans is a re- a sweetheart each month and y ere ,, iIQJR
cently organized boy's club at the criteria for which the :{ + et C (} ,
the Northwest YWCA Center. young lady is chosen is as fol-
The club advocates buildinga lows: She must posses charm,
better community by a big poise, and a pleasing person- ,. ,
8, b rot nek*" relationship withy ality, must be a Y-Teen, and
bunge'boy''s,knd planning I II some contributing factors '
, I community projects j c prd- community I,
:f conditions for whole ..
viding "
L I HE.0 -+Y P E". ,
somw play that Wilt add to their ; 1 I
THE LITTLE RED BOOK: Jackson Memorial Hospital celebrates own social experiences; "" "I "
'. its 50th birthday in 1967 North Miami Junior High appreciation of the art and ;1 ,

teacher-counselor. John H. Pinkney is a candidate.... for..... Classroom .'.- use of them for deepening understanding t, t. "J.
Teachers Association treasury post ". of life: working to
Pianist-Dental Technician Coleridge lift the standards of living in
Reeves over from Nassau for a throat ope- the community to improvetheir
ration in Jackson Memorial Monday own acumen so that they
Opa-locka's newest contribution to the Food may have the material basis
Fair chain is Essie Mills of Bunch Park. for a full life; take advantageof
easter Robinson and a New Yorker,reportedly educational opportunities ''EV
loaded with plenty 'sugar,' have an I that they may contribute to a
altar date in May. Tommy Pittman Jr's .1 better world. a r
mom and dad, the Thomas Pittman Sr's,are The officers and members of
holding hands in a local hospital. Both arT bedded there. the club are:DavidBurroughs, I

NOTES ON A NAPKIN: Politico Charles Hadley, ex-Mayoi; president; James Teate;vice- Na
of Tan Town, admiring a columnist's feeble efforts at gossi] president; Rickford Hope,
peddling .LonnieSattin and the Dave Aiken Trio at Newport treasurer; Harold Wooten, The sweetheart for April Is
Resort Motel's 7SeasNightClubandLounge. Big Maybelh parllmentarian, Reginald Miss Sharon Reddlck,a Juniorat 44
and her torch tunes at Mr.James Club Thursday nightime Burroughs, business man- Booker T. Washington Sr.
I should have told you two months ago that Cleveland ager; Theodore Hicks, High School Sharon Is the Chonita Jackson is a beautiful The couple will wed in Gesu
(Shoebooty) Thomas and AmosBigWheelWoods'babj( chaplin. Members are Freddie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and charming young lady who Catholic Church.
daughter Jean Frances are man and wife The Francis; Anderson Howard Jackson
James Reddick Sr. of 2490N. is finishing her second year at Fr. Park cordially Invites all
(Rosa Lee) Delancys houseguested for a couple of weeks sister Goodman, Sidney Barry, Jr. .W. 60th St.She was presented Dade Junior College in the to attend the, integrated dis-
and slsterinlaw Ida Delancy of Columbus, Ohio. Summer Hutcheson, IU,Willie with roses by the president. field of sociology. On Saturday cussion group be conducts
SALT WATER TAFFY: Saint Veronica's Guild of Saint Whitehead, Alexander Sharon is a member of the April 22, Chonita will each Monday at 8 p.m. This is
Agnes' Church presents its annual Spring Fashion Show and Anderson, HowardJackson, Rhoer Club, Girl Counselors, marry Ozzie Williams free and open to aU in the Rectory I
Tea on the 23rd. JamesTracy) Farrington and his squaw and Lionel Jones. Athletic Association, at 118 N.E Second Street,
Elouise had their home burglarized last week for the fourth On April 1,the Young Ameri- secretary of the Jr. class, Chonita plans to continue her (behind the church where all
time. Ironically enough, while the Farringtons home was being cans presented their first Honor roll student, and a studies and go on, finally, for the buses stop on Fir s t Avenue -
ransacked, their watch dog was sleeping comfortably a Ve- dance of the year. They had a member of the Sr. Y-Teens, the M. S. and Ph. D. in socio- ). Those who are already
ternarian hospital where a friend had taken him for repair large attendance and the build- Sharon's hobbies are readingand logy. married or who plan to marryare
Former 'Mr Walter' wig designer Geneva Lee has migrated Ing decorated in their sewing. Since graduation from high invited to Father's Instructions -
up to Pompano Beach, where her .beauty emporium is labeled selected colors of gold and Everyone Is waiting for May school Ozzie has worked fora and discussions on
G e n e v a' s House of C b a r m ...Frances Harris at Sherman.. black. 1. to find out who will be May vending company Howeverhe marriage On Tuesdays at 7
Hotel Lounge.: Known as they-A's.tha will contribute to the com.' sincerely hopes and plansto p.m. These' instructions give
THE WEEK'S WASH: Dist One Constable John W. Gilbert's Young Americans will select munity.: return to school to study to the traditional Catholic viewson
petite and curvacious secretary Pamela Gibson enjoyed her become a lawyer or teacher marriage.
21st natal holiday Monday(April 17)... A benefit performance
for Miami Police Mounted PatrolandtheVerdi-Pucc1n1Opera TypewritingShorthand
Chorus Welfare Funds will feature the Opera Guild of Greater
J R' Ins
Miami, presenting'Opera Selections' at 2:30 p.m. April23 in
Dade County Auditorium. Members of the Opera Guild Chorus Contest at Bettone Uniform I
and soloists will participate Rush a'SorryYou'reIll'greeting J= .
J card to Agnes Jar t e t t.Clark, school librarian, '
Memorial Cookman _
''F at Jackson Hospital. Saturday : --
S T U F F AND SUCH: Sears-Roebuck (Northside Shopping FL.. Church Uniforms
Center branch) sales girl Lula Colebrookplaned Nassau The 12th Annual Typewriting Pi Omega Pi Is a greek letter Choir Robes
last weekend ...DittoldaWebbofOpa-locka. Saint Agnes' Shorthand Contest will beheldin organization of Business Edu-
Church's veteran acolyte-master of c e r m o n i e drummer M o o r e Gymnasiun at Bet- cation members designed for I Church Furniture
t, Sidney Barry ailing Patrolman Leroy Rogers, ex-Jailer hune-Cookman College all day Business Teachers and mem-
Earl Lightburn, Jimmy Reed at Small's... Ex-patrolman Saturday, April 22. bers of the chapter in an ef- Altar Sets Sunday School Furnishings
James Bowe, now cycling for Uncle Sam,at Merlin's The fort to exemplify the ideal of
. Yates Brothers -- Earl and Tick, the McPherson Sisters. The State-wide contest is service. 5 STORES TO SERVE YOU
1. Inez Taylor and Doris Davis at Soul's P 1 a c e. Eugene sponsored by the Business The:national t organizationwas 16 W. Flogltr St. 5900 Sunset Drive
}. Thomas' ex-mate Betty at Mo's Lige McKinney and Rudy Club and Gamma Rho Chapterof founded in 1923 with two Lauderhlll Shopping Center Ft. LoudtrJoU.
McCartney at the Satellite. Pi Omega Pi,National Business faculty members and 13
,'. MIAMI MUSINGS: Fraternal Order of Police's Miami Lodge Teacher Education Honor students. Since that time,it 1735 NW 10th Ave. Dad.land ShoppiJg, Center

has changed its monthly meeting place from the FOP hall to Society. Registration will has grown to more than 121 SEE OUR COMPLETE DISPLAYOF
the recreation hall of Bonded Rental Agency. until further be held from 8:009:00a.m.., Chapters located in 34 states.A CHURCH FURNITURE AT:
t. notice. WMBM disc Jockey Clarence(CT) Taylor sat In oni' followed by an assembly,
: must have "B"
student a 5300 SUNSET DRIVE
the Cotton Club Show last Sabbath during a musical soul-stir- wherein detailed Instructionswill ;1 t4,,.
to become a memberof swth Miami. yr
r" ring stint that brought on Gene&Gene(the Soul Twins), Willie be given concerning this average tl
". ; Thomas (B.B. King, Jr), William Taylor (James Brown's contest. The contest will begin form the sponsoring organization.the Beside annual : OR CALL OUR REPRESENJATJyk<: ...'
shadow), Clarence Reed (Cadillac Annie) and vocalure Little promptly at 10:00 a.m., and > yr r
typing contest, the local Chapter ;
|, ; Cora(the.Mighty Mite) who supported the MC-star 'Two-ton' should end by 1:00 p.m. also assists with Income 666-8501(
i Willie Ina show-stopping sizzler...Handsome saxist William
>! i Bondu stopping female traffic at N.W.2nd Ave.and 7th Street. The program will include Tax Returns and tutorsto ".
contests in typing,. orthan Business Majors on the cam- -

,.. j[ SWEETS TREATS: Recommended listening:The soulful and bookkeeping. More than pus.
. pianoffering with a rhythmic background beat of'Amen'by thee 300 high school students The Co-sponsors of theor- i PERKINS RADIO
Ray Bryant Trio on Cadet label.It's.a solid-sender from LP's throughout the stat,; o(,Florl- organization Mrs.Vivian .. ,
'Slow Freight and plenty'zippy. You just gotta hear it. ,/Re- diL ate to I,attend. DeShleids and' Alvin A. Reid:
;; tired Police Sgt Clinton Williams (grounded because of dis. expected '0 1.;;..,. 'PROFESSIONAL
ability) chauffeuring his teiidara around in their Flivver, bile ,J l..-... ': INSTITUTE,
sporting a Broward County auto tag Cecil Sweetirig and ,t' .
Leonard (Abaco) Sawyer comparing race-track programs
., while In off-key conversation...Lorraine Carr changing bar- 2 (Locations to Serve You! Perkins Radio Professional Institute
maid shifts at Greyhound Bus Terminal Lounge.. Wild-Man teaches radio disjockey, spors'announcing,

Steve. at Nat & Sonny's Process Parlor. ---- weather forecasting, newscasting,.. and. TV
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS: A group of 1968-model vagabonds appearances. /
will soon debut their newly-organized Ebony Civic Club
Soul's Place is loaded with sleuthing talent with Charles Dugie's Paradise Day classes are from 10 a.m.to,, 1 p.m.,
Covirgton, Leon Henderson and Herbert Bell 'threading the and night classes are from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

needle' there. Choreographer Kelsan Farrington can look 2966 NW 47th St. 633.9396AND Classes will be held on Mondays, Wednes
for Stacy Lovett to look for him by early week. That's it days and Thursdays.
who everybodyand
from one-man-newspaper,
brother, your ..
everybody's racket, but who wants to advise church par teachers are well trained expert
ishioners that it might be their concern to run the business Dugies Guest House radio personalities. ;; ",JI"j1
side of the church, but it's strictly the pastor's perogrativeto '
choose his type of service.Jack's 2941 NW 47th St. 634-3851 There" are more thaji 500 radio and TV

jobs throughout the United States, .

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will find at DUGIE'S PARADISE. We help with placement on completion of
JACK"trox rooms you
"MR. the course if so desired. ,,
; Seeing is believing. The accommodationsyou'll I\
STYLES FOR ALL ACES receive will find only in this This profession deserves
Tb Very Ut..t b M.n'. Fa.bi.e.SILK you your time and
MOHAIR SUITS HATS brother. talent. Our address is 1596 NW 36th. Street,
ITALIAN SHOES you may call us at 6344664. ;v"'*
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I THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 21, 1967 9

NORTH DADE April 20. The program is cen- II
tered around the Festival dArts
FESTIVALS OF ARTA presentation which began

"Who Am I Contest" Xout- April 4th and will culminate A

standing Negroes in the arts), April 20th.Student .

s posters, assembly programs, creativity and parti-

creative writing workshop-- cipation in art,music,and mo- i :

these projects j reflect that dern dancing promise a nightof F.r
/ North Dade Junior High Schoolis gala entertainment and en-

A 11"LV involved in'Its annual Fes-, lightment. Refreshments will

!' BONDU hSE, tival of Arts be served. ., ,
Y Friends an
-------- .. NightIn Mr/Howard Coaejunan\ is
"'" r"_' r ted to attend Community
North Dade Junior High PTA president and Mr.Charles i r IftJ 4' t{k f' '
First, let me say that I am not a Muslim; I do not intend to
School auditorium 8 Wyche is principal.
be one; and I am doing as I always do, bringing you the "happenings pan.,

in our town' by giving everybody chance to express
married, this little income throws her husband into a larger
themselves. I said that to say that had a talk with the Ministerof
income tax bracket, and at the end of the year, she has worked
Muhammad Mosque, ##29, located at N.W.7thAve. and 53rd '
'for nothing. If the state, county, and city would do
St. He is a handsome young man, 36,from New York City, who something
about bringing these salaries up to par, then I believe that
came to Miami last October with the Honorable Elijah j
these Jobs would not lacking.It would r
go a housewife to
Muhammad for the dedication of the newly purchased Mosque.
to work and fill these vacancies in business and industry. The

ads with "good salary" usually mean $65.00
The Minister is Troy Bey, is good? per week. This

and states that the word Mosque w ,,,' I II
means the same as Cathedral to
munity Center is planning a benefit show early in May. I will
a Catholic or Synagogue to a Jew
keep you p o s t e d on the e v e n t... Did you donate to Variety
or Church to a Baptist. I asked
Children's Hospital, yet?They are progressing nicely,but they
him what is a Muslim? He said
are still not out of the woods'.. Dave Bondu, Jr., left yester-
*A Muslim is one who has com l--
day for the armed forces. We expect him home for a few days
pletely submitted himself to the I ____ .-__ ___ -
after basic training The Dave Akins Trio & Lonnie Sattin r---
will of God and is a doer of good
are appearing at the Newport Hotel on Miami Beach, nightly Local 65 of the National Association of Post Office Mail
others. people who hear
One of our City Commissioners is concerned about the Handlers recently received the Community Service Award
the word Muslim think that this
plight of 'Big Nick.* There will be an investigation to find out from the United Fund for their participation in the campaign.
'advocate of violence'.
means if he knows what he is talking about or if he is really ill. Shown above are Al Kinsey, president Local 65; Mario Pel-
When I questioned him about his
People are complaining about Chain Letters being sent around legrini, division director United Fund of Dade County;John V.
violence he
The feelings Honorable on Elijah, town. A teacher called me the ,other day to day that she has Howard, director of Community Service,Dade County Federation -

Muhammad has taught us the received several, and it is annoying. Isn't there a law against of Labor;'Fred 0. Peiterdirector, Installation Services

sending such things through the mails? ... Bought a golf cart Division Post Office Department; Frank W. McMullan,director -
Koran which forbids Mus-
last week, and I am completely happy with it. Golfers all over Office of Administration Services Post Office Department.
lims the Righteous to be the
are going for them,now,and as usual I want to spread the wordon .r ---
The Nation of Islam in North America or the
aggressors. where the best buys are.Ross Adamease at the Florida Golf
U.S.A. has record after record for the past 35 of never
Cart Company, at 210 NW 3rd Avenue, llandale, has
being the aggressor. Whenever there has been violence and the I W1'JInii: : jJ
some beauties at low prices. Got the trailer from Debra Co.,
Muslims were involved, we were always attacked or set-upon, our family, friends, or- Celt'
Pembroke Road Hallandale and Jack DeBra and
on ,Sr., son,
and we do believe,according to the dictates of nature, the first ganizations, Sunlight studentsand <. ...
David deal it. When to :
gave me a good on you are ready buy
law is self preservation.We do not believe in turning the other Mrs. Dorothy Brown: We .
one, check these places first, and you'll find your money gets DOUBLE ACTION
attacked wish to our deepest
cheek and to preserve ourselves when we express
you something,worth while.That's .
we fight like hell against those who fight against us.' I asked appreciation for making our tOtoRSGMYIIAAtIMcx
it for this week.Till the next
the Minister i i what he thought about Miami and it's p e o p 1 e. "Surprise Birthday Party" a :
most mpmnr2h1A nl't'2lnn: .IJ III"1U
Personally, I love Miami. When I was sent here to head the .

Mosque, it was like putting Brother Rabbit in the Briar FLA. VOTERSLEAGUE Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Julius

Patch,' and being a member of TheSociety,which was createdto

overthrow illiteracy, ignorance, sickness,poverty,squalorand MEET IN PENSACOLA

misery from every Negro man,woman and child, I am APRIL 22-23 STARTERS ; -

dedicated to this cause in Miami and the surrounding areas I II General chairman, Walter B.

asked if there were any members in the Islands? *He stated Kyle and his convention committee BATTERIES EST AUToh AnINE SU P iEi

that there are no Muslims in the Bahamas at present, but there are finalizing plans to *

are in Jamaica. The next question was, 'about the things a host what promises to be the GENERATORS I' r W

member may or may nbt do: Is he or she limited as to what largest number of delegatesand VOLTAGE ,

they can do, such as night clubs, gambling, sex, and the run visitors from over the REGULATORS

of the mill things we think of as taboo, in some churches? He state to ever attend a meetingof I

stated, Islam is emancipation.True emancipation for Negroesin the Florida Voters League, SOLENOIDSREPAIRING

America. All the things we were unable to do while Chris- Saturday andSunday,April 22- I t ,

tians, we are able to do now.* I then asked him what the Muslims 23.ThIs L to R: M. Haddock Jr., T. May., H. M. Edward a.. J. Ba,..
will be the first visit of
are doing about poverty?Poverty is a state of condition,
the league to the city of five
in the mind.It is a condition that exists among people that have I' ---- NORTHWEST
flags and officials and citizens
filthy minds, dirty minds and corrupt minds. Ghettos do not are making every effort to
create themselves, but are created by people.To eliminate
for the comfort
provide con-
slums and ghettoes,you must eliminate slummish and lazy venience and entertainment of AUTO and MARINE SUPPLIES

minds. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad is trying to clean up delegates and visitors, who

the minds of millions of Negroes in America, and once their are making advance reserva- 22 AVE. 6333109AUTIiORIZED

minds are clean, they will refuse to live in filthy surroundingsand tions in record-breaking num- 4925 N.W.

then begin to rid themselves of slums. Also, Messenger bers.

Muhammad has launched a 3-year Esom plan for the Negroin The bi-ennial election of officers DEALER FOR EXTERIOR ,,.".

America, as the Governor of Pakistan has launched for his and board of directorsis ONE COAT LATEX HOUSE PAINT

people It will nothinder the p 0 v e r t y program that is expected to increase the MARY CARTERPAINTS 8 YEARS DURABILITY .

now sponsored by the U.S. Government, but will help show the Interest of delegates to Ibis s SELF PRIMING EXCEPT

Negro people of Miami to share in the economic situation, suchas ,meeting and encourage the attendance ON BARE WOOD MINUTES
a restaurant where meals will be served at low prices (like of large delegations FOR USE ON WOOD,

Father Divine Restaurants); schools for smaller children,plus from every voters league in BRICK, MASONRY,
all of the state well ft SHAKES
sections as SHINGLES
many other things to come. Now you have heard the other [ SOAP ft WATER
Interested visitors and
side of the Muslims. As I said before,this is our communityand as po CLEANUPGALS.
we must know what is going on here. It is my Job tq see

that we all know. .

IT'S' A BEAUTY r 2 FOR $398

PRETTY GIRL OF THE WEEK: Portia Bannister .
$350 down, $86 mo.FHA
1086 NW 59th St.
PRETTY BOY OF THE WEEK: Billy Brown (My Place) Specious- 2 bedroom BOAT PLASTIC PUTTY (Qt. Gal. / Ft.)

CBS. Lorgt Fla room. 1 CAN PREMIUM
Call now. Too good to QUALITY HIGH

reading the Miami Herald Sunday,I found an article lott. TURPENTINE ACETONE

that said that there are over 1,000 Jobs month going wanting SPITZER REALTY, GLOSS ENAMEL

because there are not enough applications for them.I can un- Realtor REDUCER LACQUER THINNER MV TRIM BRUSHAUTO

derstand a lot of these Jobs going.wanting."The cost of livingin AUTO PLASTIC PUTTY (Gol. Only)
most of these Jobs are 7598741We've
Miami is high, yet the salaries on

not enough to give a person the incentive to work. For instance, PAINTS (Qt. Gol.) \ Reg,

there was one Job in the paper last Sunday where they wanteda

'girl Friday. She must be able to type at least 50 words per MovedOUR FIBRE GLASS CLOTH Value

minute, take dictation;answer the phone(relieve on the switch- MATTING

board), and do other'related office work. The salary offered OFFICES (Woven Roven) $209OPEN
was $65.00 per week. Now when a young' woman works'for

$65.00 per week, and she has no dependents, by the time lrla.g

she receives her take-home pay,she has approximately$47.00. 1I

This will not pay her rent, buy food and allow her to keep up Employment502HW54SI

her appearance, not to mention having a little left over to enjoy

one's self. There is not supposed to be a difference in salaries

paid men in these same positions, but there is. And stange as I I'1' / 1 r't 'r". SLY :P WITH

it may seem,womanneeds more pay if she is to dress pro- f,, : COUPON

perly than a man does. A man can wear the same two suits 757-7674
dresses at ,., rr LIMIT ONI TO A CUSTOMER
in and year out. But a woman must change r r r
year ADULTe ONLYOOimifiOOi
least five times a week. She has to pay much more for the !
YEE AND !! ; 'iiitiii\
beauty shop than a man pays for a haircut. Cosmetics are an MISS

expenditure that men do not have. Her shoes must be presen- JEAN BURGHER

table and coincide with what she w e a r s.A man can wear a Y' 4 t DAILY 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M.

black and a brown pair with anything he has. This means "Come nt us for local 1 ,95, :
pair I
that the working woman should be paid a living wage in order and out of town lobs.

for it to be'worth her time and necessities for work.' If she is


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Few in attendance last Friday Night at the Testimonial held
.C at the Elks Rest for James Brown Uibbens will forget the
R sparkling occassion which was filled with gaiety with back-
drop' of sadness. To be sure, no one in attendance could ever
entertain the thought that the dedicated social agjncy had failed
for in a sense both he and the Northwest, community have won
4ad'I at least in the area of human relations and in: the knowledgethat
the task ahead can only be won through unity and dedica
tion. As one speaker toasting the honoree pointed out many city
fr of fie i lal l s and social workers have worked in t h e Northwest
I community but few if any have risen In such high esteem as the
honoree. Mr. Hioben was well loved and respected in this comm -
'inity because he went beyond the call of duty attending every
public or private meeting where people gathered becoming interested
in their particular problems and program offering
help and assistance. lie conveyed the Urban Renewal story at
the same time becoming interested in the problems and pro-
grams of the par tic u 1 a r group."Perhaps secret of this
Rr man's genius can be found in what he said in his closing remarks
to the guest last Friday night "I have learned that
people are more important than bricks." Among the guest in
a+ attendance were: Attorney Raleigh Rawls,Dr.GordonA. Mer-

LsI ritt, Nathaniel Strong, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McCoy, Mrs.
Gloria Robinson, Bill Lampkins, Clarence Glasco, Dr.James
Bass, Douglas Marshall, Mrs. Cecil Hayes, Mr and Mrs. Porter
M. Davis, Jr., R e u b e n S i m m o n s,Attorney and Mrs. W.
George Allen, Mr. and Mrs.Carlton Tynes,Attorney and Mrs.
Alcee Hastings, Attorney T.J. Reddick, Mrs. Goleen Harding,
Miss Sandy Maler, Miss Linder Mosseau, Beaugard
Cummings, and Mark Smith.
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n The Playmakers Guild of Fort Lauderdale recently electedits
officers for 196768. The officers are Thelma Sharp,
President, John Johnson, Vice-President, L. Moses,Record
s ing secretary, Lillian Small, Financial secretary,Shelia Bow-
ens, Treasurer and Levi Henry, Business manager.The Guild
I is presently planning a Spring Safari on Hunters Island featuring
c the Vikins with Spooky Jones, to be held on May 1st. The
Guild is also in the proc ess of casting a play. called Dear
Phobe" to be presented in June.
The Elks Lodge will host fun and delightful entertainmenton
r Saturday night beginning at 10:00 p.m.when the Homeroom
mothers of Walker Elementary School sponsor a dance with
the proceeds going toward a special project.The .
student body of Dillard High School will present a talent
,, show on Thursday night, April 20th at 8:00: p.m. in the Dillard
r Iii High School Gymnatorium.Mrs. .
Susie C, Holley, President of the Florida Baptist Con
vention, Inc. recently attended the Women's Missionary and
wr Educational Union Convention which is an auxiliary to the Fla.
Baptist General Convention of Florida, which was held in Or-
lando. Mrs. J.H.Jackson, wife of the president of the Nations
. Grove Citizens Pitch In To Community
Cleanup Baptist Convention,Inc.was guest Mrs.Jackson, a most dynamic
speaker delivered address centeredaround"TheChal-
They said couldn't. be done. Through the Coconut Grove informational bulletins to the residents of the Grove and are lenges the Baptist Church Faces Today" and "The Need ForA
Project a City of Miami-Welfare Planning Council program, getting the young people to help clean the area. Better Christian Fellowship."
the people of Coconut Grove are enthusiastically participating Operation Clean-Up will continue throughthisweek.All The Cradle Nursery Board of Directors and Staff Invites
in the latest cleaning program. Grady Philps, Director of the trimmings, rubbish, discarded houshold items, and trash you to a Fellowship Tea, which will be given, Sunday after-
Sanitation Department of the City of Miami in a recent meetingsaid (excluding construction debris, soil or rocks) should be placedat noon, April 30, at 4:00 p.m., at the Nursery. Highlighting the
"No matter how hard the sanitation department works, the curb or along the public right-of-way.Business men Tea will be the rendition of several numbers by the childrenat
our City will not be attractive, safe or healthy unless the full agree to sweep and clean aroung their stores every morning. the nursery. Which! we are certain will delight you and proveto
participation of all people is secured.* The Coconut Grove Lots are being cleaned and many residents will be asked to be quite enlightening.
program was instrimental in having two sanitation inspectors, plant small gardens on these plots. The Public Affairs Committee of the Northwest Branch
assigned specifically to the Grove area to work directly with Prizes will be given to the winner for the most beautification. YMCA proudly presents as it's April 19th Hungry Club SpeakerMr.
the people in the City of Miami Operation Clean-Up Campaign.The ( Clean-up, fix-up, paint-up your home or business duringthe Harold Dunsky, Director of the Developement Fund of Fla.
Coconut Grove Youth Council will distributeNOW
Operation Clean-Up Campaign. Memorial College. Mr. Dunsky's topic will be"Florida Memorial
College takes a Giant Step-What the College will mean
to the Southern Florida Community." The Public Is invited.
I Deltas Present: Bill DoggettB For reservations please call 523-2444 on or before 4:00 p.m.
t Tuesday afternoon the day before the Hungry Club session you
]L County Alumnae dress is formal. The donationis plan to attend.
.. j Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta $5.00. The Coronation of The November-ites are sponsoring a "Spring" Dance on
".1..... .t iI! Sorority, Incorporated pre- Miss Jabberwock begins promp Saturday, April 29, at the Elks Lodge 712 Northwest 2nd St.
t sents Jabberwock's Spring tly at 9:00 p.m.There will Fort Lauderdale. This affair promises to be one of the highlights
Ball featuring Bill Doggett.The be dancing and fun for all from of the season with the Pinkston Trio furnishing gay mus-
ball will be held at the Galt 10:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. ic Mr. Paul Counts will thrill the audience with songs of love
Ocean Mile Hotel (Continental For tickets and reservations, for this spring evening.This gala event will begin at 10:00 p.m.
Ballroom) on Fort Lauderdale please call Mrs. Maud Hum- Attire is casual and the donation,believe it or not is only $1.00
'M x Beach, Friday, April 21. The phries at 5811446; Mrs Enid This project is a benefit for a special concern.
Allen at 583-4210; and Mrs.
Cora Brayon at 5814627. No
more reservations will be accepted -
after 6:30 p.m. April
,21. Call for reservations between -
i'lanches 5:30 and 9:30 p.m. SYBIL CHISOLM'S BEAUTY SALON
For the first time the Wonder Man of God. This man I"
takes the Bible and lets you see and read your own News Professional Beauty and Wig Service
problems This man says and he believes that youdon't
need any help from man. He preaches to you and By Walt. Bowe 'Bring your hair to us--Give us the business'

the world, that you- need the help of God. He says, The VFW Post No. 8195 held 4749 NW 22nd Avenue

he can help you its election on Sunday, April Phone: 633-9298
This man works through the scriptures of the Holy 16th. Robbie L. Brayboy is Ya
Bible.I It costs you absolutely nothing to come in and commander-elect for 1967- Sybil Ch isolm, Prop. Miami, Florida
have a heart to heart talk with this God-sent man. Why 68. All officers will be in next
not pick lip your tele hone right now and call him at news report. There will be a
443.0690 or drive by 202 Fla. Ave., the corner Jefferson party at the post on Saturday
St. In" Coconut Grove. Business bad, marriage night, April 22. Come mem- '. CELEBRITY BEAUTY SALON
failing, yoi', nature Is bad? You can't win the man or bers, veterans and friends 719 NW 62nd Street
woman you. 'wont; and you feel that you've been crossed and enjoy yourself.Mrs. \; 759-9574
up. Why not see this man now. Why put off today Gwendolyn Murray of For fast service and no appointment necessary.
for tomorrow, Call him or go see him now. Health bad, West Hollywood left Friday, ONE WEEK ONLY
and everything seem to be going wrong: April 21st for Nassau. She :
Facial /iprice with Hairdo
*, will spend her birthday over MRS. THELMA H. PHILLIPSThe High Style Wig Fashions Fast Service
in the Bahamas.
Rev. Boegaters
Mr. Alex Daniels of the Ex- president of the chapter, Cora Lee Humphrey Curley Howard
celsiorettes Bowling League Mrs. Thelma Hart Phillips and
is the man you should see now. The hours are 9 a.m. received his 250th pin last all of the members of the Bro- Daisy Clagett Azalee Hunt

to 9 p.m. Thursday night at Cloverleaf ward chapter are looking forward Wigs in by 9 out by 5.
Lanes. to seeing you at the Ball.


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1? THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday. April 21. 1967


I 1 CARDS MEMORIALS DEATHS t Mr. J. W. Wilkerson of 4819 Mrs. Sarah King, 3440Grand
NW 26th Avenue died April 12. Avenue, Coconut Grove, died recent article in one of our

He is survived by his wife, Ka- April 7. Services were con.. daily papers reported the con-
cern of the local clergy over
tie Lee; four sons, Alphonso, ducted Saturday from St. Mary
Herbert, George and Charlie; Church in Coconut public morality One minister,

I CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe two daughters, Mesdames Grove.Baptist Her survivors are two a former Judge, warned

family of the late 'Mary L. TunerandCatherine sisters, Mesdames Willie Mae against proposals to extend

memory of my dear bro McKinniS; one sister, Mrs. Lucile Crumbley one legalized gambling through
lateK'tIG1EN Hadley ;
of the
family ; in the
ther, : .,Susie Fleming; severaln gCes brother, Roger Williams, of coming up Legislature -
DAVID THOMAS } and; nephews; funeral s e, r California. The interest in addi-

who departed this life April wishes to express sincei fc vices were held on ,Monday, tional 1 eg a 112 ed gamblingis
and appreciation
25! 1960. Gone, but not for the friends and neigh. April 17th at 2p.m.inthechapel. Early Gillis, 1475 NW 63rdSt. gaining ground because, as
many he said (paraphrasing Luke
his soul rest in ,
gotten. May bors for cards and floral pie died April 9.Services were
and perpetual light shine Delores Hunt of 1600 11:26): "Many people in
peace bors for cards and tl 1 0 r Mrs. conducted Saturday from Shi-
Florida should
upon him. bless all. NW 1st Court died April 12. loh Baptist Church. are saying we
you cast out the devil of financial
She is survived by a son, Bob
Spero Sweeting, sister by Williams. Her remainswere Woodrow Richardson, 17120 shortages facing the state in

Rev. J. R. Smith, brother shipped to Rover, Ga., SW 100th Avenue, Perrine died the needs for schools,

And Family where final rites and burial April 10. Services were heldon colleges, roads, institutionalcare

were conducted. Monday from Kerr Memo- etc., by using the Beelzebub
rial Methodist Church in Per- of gambling.
family of the late CARD OF THANKSThe That the public morality has
Clifford Bedford of 2209 Ave.E rine. Survivors are mother,

Ft. Pierce died April 12. Mrs. Mary Richardson; one sunk low is evidenced also by
family of the late
He is surved by a brother,Ben- brother, James. the many Junked cars and

MR. WILLIAM E. PORTEROF GABRIEL 1VM: ..I.EY jamin. His remains were ship- James Price 1602 NW 1st empty beer cans spread over

3094 NW 60th Street, who wish to express sincere thanks ped to Philadelphia, Pa., for our landscape, and by the grocery
Ave. died April 12. Serviceswere
passed to the great beyond on and appreciation for the many final rites and burial. carts, (valued 1 at about
friends and clubs held Wednesday from Mt $30 apiece i ), left to rust far
.. April 8, 1967, and was laid to neighbors Olivette Church. Survivors
rest on April 15, 1967, wish for cards, telegrams and floral Leon Gardner of 2961 NW66th Baptist from the store from which, in
to express sincere gratitudeto pieces during their be-: Streed died April 15. His remains are Mesdames, ;three my opinion, they were"stolenIn .-
daughters, Mary
the many friends for their reavement. were shippedtoTampa, the stores themselves, my
Jackson Rose Price and Rose
expressions of sympathy. Fla. for final rites and burial. wife and I have found perish
Everett one son, J. T. five
Thanks to the many relatives Rosa Walley and Family Ervin Watkins of 222 NW 14th sisters ;and five brothers.; able foods, taken from refrigerated

t friends and neighbors for the Terr. Apt. 4 died April 13. He showcases, and then

beautiful floral arrangements, is survived by is wife, Anna Charlie James William, 1891 left to spoil,for som e unknown

cards, telegrams letters of CARD OF THANKSThe Mae; one stepson, Otis Williams 155th reason, on store shelves.

condolence, donations of cars, ; a step-mother, Mrs. St.Opa-lockadiedApr. Perhaps the purchaser discovered
14. Survivors are wife Janie
money, food and words of con family of the late Carrie Mae Watkins; two sisters ; he didn't have enough
two sons Charlie Jr.. Willie
solation in our dark hours of DEACON EARL COLDENwho Mesdames: Merlee Boyd money for all his purchases,

distress. Special thanks to the departed this life March and Delores Bradley. Funeral Thomas; two daughters, Sal- or just decided that he didn't

First Baptist Church and its 24,1967, wish to thank all who services were held on Monday lie, Lizzie Williams; parents, want it after all. The effort to

membership, Rev. W. M. Davis were so kind to us during our April 17th at 4 p.m. in the cha two sisters; six grandchildren. return it to its proper placeas
MRS. ELIZA CLEAREWho Remains were shipped on
( in the case of the shopping
pastor, for a service well bereavement. pel.
rendered and to the House of departed this life on 1 Words cannot express our Wednesday morning to Shell- carts,) was Just too much, Indicating -
Thursday March 16 1967.Almighty man, Ga. for final rites and
to the "I-don't-care attitude
Albert for kind words and gratitude many neigh- Henry Wykle of 1741 NW86th an

deeds. May God forever bless God called her from bors and friends for their Terr died April 12.He is survived burial. which, I believe, is a
the labor field of this worldto cards, telegrams visits flowers form of With all
and keep them under the shelter by his wife, Lula; one
of his wings. her home above. calls andprayers.Space son, Charles; four daughters, Allen Augustus Miller, 1878 things, plus actual thefts in the
Wish to thank all who will not allow NW 69th Terr. died April 16.
to ,
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Porter, were us name you Mesdames, Dolly Toot,Odella stores, it is no wonder that

Sr., parents so kind to us during our be individually, but to all of you, Taylor, Lillian Brown and Ada Services Thursday afternoon prices are high. Honest
reavement. Words cannot our heartfelt gratitude. May 2:30 from the Liberty City
John C. Porter of Minneapolis ex- Cunningham; one sister, Noah people, too have to pay for the
Minn., brother pres our gratitude to the many God bless each of you. Reason nine grandchildren chapel. Survivors are wife, dishonesty of a few morally irresponsible -
A/1C Leroy Porter, Jr. of friends and neighbors for their Mrs. Dorothy Lee Colden, twelve greatgrandchildren.His ; Bobbie Lee; one daughter, people.I .

many cards, telegrams, visits wife Mrs. Lesley Machanic; one
Bitburg, Germany brother remains were shipped on firmly believe that dishonest -
flowers calls Mrs. Jessie Poole sister Mrs. Alma Miller four
and pray- ,
Bernard and Wallace Porter, And Family Monday to Cleveland, Ohio people suffer in the long
'* grandchildren.Mrs. .
ers. Space will not allow us to ?
". for the of their
Miami, brothers i for final rites and burial. run error ways.

.. Jacquelyn, Joann and Juanita name you individually, but to The losses sustained by their
all of you, especially the various CARD OF THANKSThe Marie Daniels, 226 NW
Porter, Miami, sisters Willie Williams of 410 NW victims are insignificant com
ministers 10th St.,died April 12. Funeral
family of the late 16th St. Apt. 14, died recentlyat pared to their own losses,
rious ministers, namely, Jackson Memorial arrangements are incomplete. whatthey have taken from
wishes to express sincere Hospital.He .
CARD OF THANKS Revs. J.A.F. Finalyson I. C.
is survived by his wife others can be replaced for a
Mickins KATHLEEN TAYLOR Mrs. Ruby Lee Newson 232
L. A.
Thompson, J. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Swain, Lizzie; one son, Eddie; two price, but what they have
L. Johnson, Harold Brown and wishes to express sincere SW 4th Ct., Homestead, died
parents ofCHARLIE sisters, Mmes. Suggie Kyles stolen from themselves,char
W. F. Tanner. Special thanksto thanks and appreciation for April 10. Arrangements are
acter is
and Eula Mae Jackson three irreplaceable. Even
the Rev. the friends and neigh ; incomplete.
pastor, D. many
tually I believe this shows
brothers, James, George and up
Hall who delivered the bors for cards and floral
1 f .r M+ eulogy,
AIF1 in
r Wheldon. Funeral arrangements lives in some form.
,and officers, choir and, mem- pieces. Words cannot express are incomplete. I liken this condition to a per
bers of Ebenezer Methodist how much they meant to me, LECTURE ON CHILD
son buying merchandise. If he

Church. Wishing you all our Willie Taylor, husbandIN Mrs. Gertrude Wiley of 158 PHYSICAL FITNESSWe pays cash, the price is much

heartfelt gratitude. May God SE 152nd St., Perrine. Funeral cheaper than if he buys it on

r bless you all. MEMORIAMIn services will be held Fri- would like to announce the payments. The longer one

day, April 21 at 2 p.m. in the presentation of a lecture, takes to pay, (andthethief

And Rev. J. R. Smith, brother memory of our loving mo- chapel. "Physical Fitness in Your never expects to),the more interest

FamilyIN ther and grandmother, Child The talk will be given he pays. The thief usually

by Dr. Alfred Dermer, who is pays his interest in fear
I ry NEW HOPE currently the administrative and insecurity, dodging

MEMORIAMIn who departed this life April assistant to the manager of through life wondering when

22, 1965. Sis. L. Mayfield, repOrterRev. Project Headstart in Miami. the heavy hand of the law will

memory of my dear husband Gone, but not forgotten. May grasp his shoulder, or until he
W. E. Sims, Pastor This lecture free to
she rest in peace. an open decides to "re-finance"

-- I IIM Son, Daughters, Grandchildren the public,will be heard at 8:30 through repentance.

MAE SWAIN and Family Our annual Men Day will be p.m., April 25, at the South

< observed April 30. Rev. Miami Federal Bank 6075
who this life April
departed Roscoe Jackson of New '
8, 1967, wishes to thank the Sunset Drive. For futher SUPPORT
Macedonia',Baptist Church, is
r information please contact
friends and neighborsfor
many MANKERMrs.
1 Fs ik the morning speaker and Rev.
their sincere sympathy, Janet Rentscher, president, at YOUR
W. M. Davis, pastor of First 2714574.

cards, telegrams and flowers. Lula Gammage of 415 Baptist of Brownsville, is the
cannot how YMCALINCOLN
Words express NW 9th St., died, April 6th, she evening speaker. Why not
much meant to us and our
they is survived by two sons Roosevelt come out and hear these two
in bereavement.IN .
family our and Ozell; three sisters dynamic men of God

a+ iaa Laura and Wilma two
Mary ;
The Deaconess Board will
MEMORIAMIn brothers Charles and Lawfton
have a program, Friday night, MEMORIAL CEMETERY
memory of my dear wife, one grand-daughter DorothyLee April 21. The program is in

mother daughter and sisterMARJORffi Johnson. Funeral services behalf of Men's Day.

were held in the chapel 3001 NW 46th Str..t NE 4-419/

Thursday April 12. The Deaconess Board will

e sponsor a Green Leaf Tea,*
E. JOHNSON, Manager OX 1-9199
Sunday, April 23, from 4:00to:
who departed this life April 6:00 at the home of
Funeral services for Mrs., p.m., Mrs.

Ii p A, 18, 1962. Rosa Boyce of 6542 NW 14th I Virginia Grant, 1415 N.W. 69th

There's an open gate at the 1 Court will be held Tuesday at t:Street.
end of the road
11 a.m. In the Church of the
Through which each must go 1 Tuesday night, April 25,Rev.
First Born at 6709 NW 15t
alone I J., E. Brown of Brown's

And there; is a light we cannotsee Avenue. She is survived by, Memorial Chapel, will render JEFFERSON PARK HOTEL & LOUNGE
one daughter, Mrs. Mae E. service behalf of Men's Day.

a 4+ Williams; one son, Rev. C. This (Starlight
Our Father claims His own. program is sponsored Room) under new management be-
brothers; two sisters,
Beyond the gate our loved one 1 four granddaughters.The body Choir No. 1 ginning April 15th. Live music, good enter-

A. K. PACK finds happiness and rest, will repose in the chapel at 3 I The No. 2 choir of our church is tainment.

41 who passed April 9, 1966. And there is comfort in the p.m. Monday. in need of a musician. You may

thoughtA call New Hope Baptist Chi rch, 2176 NW 7th, Avenue 374-9133
Harold Pack husband
God knows best.
loving Moses at 696-7745, and ask for the
Burton of 1231NW9thAve. ,
Mrs. PearleneKeels, mother (Best conch salad in town
Elizabeth K. Ferguson and ., Florida City, died April 1 pastor, Rev.W, E.Sims,or the

Charley Mae Keels, sisters Mrs. Maude Co 12. Funeral arrangements are president of choir #2, Deacon
and Family incomplete. Isiah Spencer.
And Family



___ THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 21, 1967 13

King of Clubs Donate ElectrocardiographMachine

I to Christian Hospital RENf."ER

The Christian Hospital, Inc stresses the need to upgrade tional progress of the commu- '
was the first recipient of the services inspecial areas nity was culminated in the
new series of community pro which include the emergency annual form which brought EC..S
jects sponsored by the king of treatment room, the develop outstanding individuals from S I
Clubs. Acheck in paymentforan ment of a dental suite and Department allover the country toMlami. pLL
electrocardiographmachine of Physical Medicine This was possible,in part,due GOOO
was presented to the with Physiotherapy equip- tothedrawingpoweroftheclub's I
hospital at the March meeting ment; and he also discussedthe leadership which for the LONG '
of the group. Col. Claude C. special services and past twenty-five years has had WEEK '
Clark, Chairman of the Boardof equipment required bynew only two p r.es Ide n t s-Danlel i
Trustees was host to the members of the Medical StaffIn Francis who served for five
group which met at the hos the field of Urology and years, and Judge Lawson E. ,. .. :
pital. Presentation was made Chest Sur g e r y, This equipment Thomas who is round!n gout \< SAVE< LB. \
by long-time club president, would all have to be pur- twenty years. The club's cur-
Judge Lawson E. Thomas. chased and would be a costly rent project program will NECKS B !l ;

Col. Edwin F. Poage, project.The benefit an even larger segmentof ;: ,I ,
F.A.A.M.A., Hospital Ad- King of Clubs, Miami's the population. The group .
ministrator, said in his accep- oldest men's organization: has has Invited its manyfriends to FRESH. PORKNECK ," ;: '.',\fii. h, .
been ,!-
tance remarks that "the active since 1930. participate through dona- .
hospital was grateful for this The twenty-three members tions which will supplementthe LB
gesture of interest by respec- represent a crossactionof funds provided by the club BONES SAVE* LB .vot
ed leaders such as represented business, professional and members. The enthusiasmwith ,
by the King of Clubs". Col. fraternal1eade rshlp. For which this move was met
Poage also talked briefly about nearly twenty years, their indicates the appreciation for FRESH YOU SAVE 40* HERE COMPARE WITH "ANYWHERE
the internal and external pro- contribution toward the civic, the club's long community

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please give their cooperation.The .

/ 'Rev. A.L. Shipp, pastorSis. Our Calender Tea was a won-
Rev. W.K. Smith, Pastor 1845 N.W. 65th Street''' ., Evelyn 'Squfer. reporter I derfull success, we want to I

'Be it ever so humble; Rev. F.-E.''Sneed, fcstorJosepVWshall ."."Z" ,.,............ thank Mrs. John. E. Culmer 1
there's no place like home. \ ReporterThe ;

This quotation expresses the true measure of successin FELLOWSHIPMY
TRINITY .CME feeling of our members upon life cannot be counted in

511 NW 5th Street returning to our building Sun- dollars and cents, or in physical SOUL, WAIT THOU ONLY
day morning for our worship UPON GOD FOR MY EXPECTATION
Rev. C. C. Cpwsen, Pastor or mental accomplish- ; -
services, Due to the expansionof ments. The true and eternal IS FROM HIM.

our building, we have held measure of life is found in PSALM 62:5I
services in the recreation hall growth in a Christ like character -

of the Ernest Ingram Park of "Man was made to I stand firm in the faith that
r Opa-locka for the past few grow.' Peter challenges all all things work together for

weeks. With renovation of our Christians to grow in grace. good, to them that love God.
building near completion, we The Missionary Society will You can also stand firm in the

are resuming regular'ser celebrate their anniver- same faith, if you Just trust all

vices there. sary the fifth Sunday,April 30, things in His powerful hands.
We were all happy to have our at 3:00 p.m. Please make thisa I n trusting in God, we must
pastor and his lovely wife back must to keep us in our workof have no doubts in ourselves

with,us Sunday. They returned mission.We about the outcome of the things
home Monday from Jackson- are making plans for our MRS. IRENE BROWN MRS. RUTHIE MCDONALD that we are seeking Him for

ville where they attended a annual Men's Day, third Sun- Evening SpeakerAll Morning SpeakerMrs. Just say for ourselves, I know

w successful session of the Gen- day in May,Bro.JameS Sharp roads and path lead to Alberta Butler and all that God never fall anyone that
eral Baptist State Convention. Chairman Br. John Dean and their mind
New Mt Moriah Sunday morn others that participated and put trust, with ,
Our annual Women's Day Observance Bro. Theodore Mackey, Cochairman ing beginning at 9:30: with,Sun- attended. Mrs. Agnes Wilcherwas strength, body, and soul in
Is scheduled for the We need your full day school. Our morning ser- crowned Queen,Mrs.Mt. Him.Try this,and you will for-
fourth Sunday in May we are support.The ever know. So until a later
MRS. IV A SMITH vice at 11:00a.m.Ourspeaker Moriah for raising the high-
working to make this obser- April-ites are planning est amount. Second place Mrs. date, if God will, thanks, and
Women's Day Sunday April vance a big success spirituallyand Sunday April 23, at 1:00: p.m. Lucille Shipp,third place Mrs my prayers for all of you.
30 Theme: Women in Actionin financially at the church Parish Hall a A.K. Brown. Total amount

a Changing World. Mrs. Anne Thomas. is repor- Friendship Dinner Menu is raised $724.00.Let .

Sunday school will be con- ter. Turkey and all the trimmings. us continue our prayers MT. ZION AME

ducted by various woman local Everyone is welcome to come. { for our pastor his mother,

churches of the city. Morning MT. SINAISIS. To the members and friends, brother, other sick, shut-ins Rev. Milton Fayson, Paste
speaker; Mrs. Walton Y. Choir no. two presents 'Hea- bereaved families and those In
Robinson, principal, A.L. ven Bound Friday night May the armed services. The services were well at-
Particia Austin ReporterWe
Lewis Elementary School 12, at 8:00 p.m. In the church ?tended Sunday with Pastor
Don't tail to witness this great are entering the last full .auditorium. .t MT. CARMEL Fayson being assistedbyBrother -
speaker inaction! week of the "General Church The Male Chorus would like Willie Young and Rev.Albert -

Afternoon'Literary Musical, Drive. Captains and members :'to thank you from the bottomof (1 225 N.W. 14th Terr. Smith who brought the
from 4:00 to 600pm.This literary alike are working vigor- their hearts for your sup- Miami Fla. Message. May God ever bless
musical program has ously to meet the goal.You port Sunday at the musical him. One adult and three
Sis.. Louise McGriff
been planned for your enjoy- have until next Sunday night to program. Their eighth ,ReporterRev. youths were Baptized, Mt.
D. A. Pastor
ment. Don't fall to witness the see your captain and make anniversary on Sunday was a V Bradley, ZIon is steadly growing. The

high-lights of the evening. We your final report. The drive great success. S We had a wonderful time on number one choir sang as only
......... ..........
can only make it a success with ends Monday, April 24. The You are always welcome to E.Souterwill Sunday morning, our pastor they could .outoftheir very

your: support come out and Steering Committee the friendly church. delivered a great message.The hearts.
together we can move mountains planned a special musical ser- When Christ could bear the;) be Mrs. Irene Brown,and no.twocholr sangwon- Our Youth will be intertaining
From 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. vice at 8:00p.m., Monday here cross no farther it was placed other great talent of the city. derful. The pastor,his wife and the Y.P. Ders of the ,North
fellowship hour refresh at the church. All choirs are 6n another Simon of Cyrene. We are inviting the public and relative left for Tallahassee, Miami district with Mrs. May-

ments will be served, we requested to participate in as If your burdens have weighed all our friends to worship with ,to funerallze their cousin. We belle Blakely Hostpresidentand
proudly Invite you to come out much as this fsaGeneral you down to the point that you us on this s p e c 1 a 1 annual occasion pray that they will have a safe Mrs. Ernestine Williams

and make this day a success. church effort. Everyone is invited are not going forth, put themon ,here these two dynamic trip there andback, and the District president, presiding.We .
Mrs. Rosetta Wells is chair- to come. another, Christ. Cast all speakers. A great pro- Lord will give them strengthin pray for our sick and

man. Mrs. Iva Smith Is pub- Sister your cares upon himforhe gram has been planned for their bereavement. shut-ins.
licity chairman. Ferguson andher careth for you. your enjoyment. The Rev. Cook from New Bethel If you want to work, come to
are sponsoring a special
Begin your ministry of love to- Baptist Church inOpa- busy Mt. Zion.
preaching service Sunday Our Women
Day Programwill
Give flowers to the
day. living, locka delivered the
MARTIN MEMORIALRev. April 23, at 3:00p.m.with Rev. begin Friday night with a
say a kind word, do the kind message sure enough we hada
Ferguson officiating. musical at 8:00
deed serve him today.
wonderful time in the Lord.
R.H., Johnson Pastor
various,groups and choirs of
The Junior Church are Theno. one choir their
The time has come for the spon- the city will bring to you the sang
soring a Pink and White ST. praises unto the Lord.
members of Martin Memorial MARY Gospel in songs.We are askingall 6895 N.W. 14th Ave.
\ to rally to the support of the Candlelight Sip, Friday, April me mer s and friends to There will be a tea Sunday Rev. W.F Savoy, Pastor.
men to make this the greatestMen 21, at 8:00 p.m. Music will be 4798 N.W, 8th Ave. at 2255 N.W. 38th St.,given by Congratulations to Mr. and
Day ins the history of our rendered by the Booker T. Rev. H.V. Stuart, Pastor the no. one usher board.There Mrs. Harold Hlggsandthe"Blossoms
church. The chairman, Mr. Washington Chorus Come on Dorothy Thompson, ReporterThe JORDAN GROVE will be a tea at 1009 N.W. 42nd of Liberty

Emanuel P'l" yar, and the co- out and have a good time. Rev. C. H. Smith, Pastor St. on Sunday afternoon given chorus for the thoroughly enjoyable -
chairman, ,Mr. Taylor Jack- There will be plenty to eat!! Ways and Means Eddie L. Gilbert, ReporterThe by the no two usher board.Both and outstanding Musical
have t Committee 1 s sponsoring a Deaconess will begin from 3:30 to6.00p.m.,you are of last
soar, planned a spiritual, program Monday even
Is those
Here a thought senior
informative, and enjoyable membership program, their 2nd Anniversary Friday invited to attend.Remember ing: Farm Follies and Musi-
sick and who have losta
are on Sunday 23 from
April 4:00
program for the day. : night April 21, at 8.00p.m.The the sick and shut- cal Contest.* It was enjoyed by
loved one: 'The Lord M.my to 6:00
: p.m. Immediately ins
and those
who have lost
Assistant ,Attorney General Rev. 0. West will deliver the
strength and my shield; my following refreshments will be all.We
of"the'stafe of Florida, Mr. heart trusted in him, and lam served. The public is invited. message, and the anniversary some of their love ones. are looking forward to an
McCracy, will be the morning will conclude on Sunday 23, at Visitors are always welcome. inspiring Sunday morning ser-
helped; my heart There will be no sale on Sat.,
speaker. Rev.Allen WUllams, greatly rejoiceth; and with my April 22.Please. 3.00p.m.: with the Rev.Sam- vice. The sermon text will be

who is.the ev'ni it.g speaker, song will praise him: Psilml, report all money for uel Atcbinson Speaking, >The ST. JOHN A.M.E.. The Truth will Make You
was reared ft ;Miami, livedin 28.7 See you in church, '& 7 ,""; raffle, ilckets JFor Trip public,1nvite Sis.*:Paper- Free,* John 8:32. Rememberyou
Richmond Heights, and is to Nassau no later than Sun-' son is president". RevtW.A.: Pastor are always welcome at
Curry, :
also member of the Dade The Women will celebrate Gr
a ce.
day, April 23. The raffle will Sis., Catherine,}Willis,Reporter -
Profession. their 9th annual Women's Day
County Teaching NEW PROVIDENCEThe beheld /
on Apr 11 28,at 7:30
Both speakers have planned p.m., in the church hall. Program on May 24.Sis. Mary
dynamic messages for all. Brown, chairman. Eachpresident FIRST BAPTIST OFBROWNSVILLE
Workers Auxili- Do
Willing not forget to report yourMen's There will be regular serviceon
Wont come out and help has asked for
you your cooperation -
ary will be celebrating their Day assessment to your Sunday, with our Pastor
make this Don'tforget to make these
day success. pro-
Sixth Anniversary on Sunday captain or class leader. As preaching morning and even- Rev. W.M. Davis Pastor
to for shutinsand a
pray our April 23. The Rev W.E.Sims, Men's Day is approaching, grams success. Ing. Many thanks to the mem- Mis. Donella Tuner
sick, and ask for a speedy To the sick keep the faith and Reporter
pastor of the New Hope Mis- which is Sunday, April 29, let bers for their support in the
and God for shall The
blessing recover. publicis
recovery you
them all. sionary Baptist Church, will us ask God's blessing and always welcome. Tri-States Contest.On Thursday night April 20, at
be the guest speaker. You are guidance in making this very the fourth Sunday night 8:00 p.m., all young people will

invited. happy and successful oc- there will be a Gospel Singing ,meet at church for a very
ST. LUKE BAPTIST The Deaconess Board will casion. Remember the sick GREATER NEW "The C' Lord C's, and a group Important meeting. Please be
have a Dinner sale on Saturday and shut-ins in your prayers. MACEDONIA from Columbia, South present and on time.
April 22. You may call the Carolina at 8:00 p.m. On the The directors of the Junior

The Women Home MissionofSt. church fordeliverlesPh. 3165 N.W. 56th Street fifth Sunday Missionary Day Red Circle is asking all members

Luke Baptist Church will 758-0922. Rev. Roscoe Jackson, pastor for everybody, Speaker of the to be pre
celebrate their 24th anniver- Bishop James Harris will be MT. OLIVETTEMt. Sis. Aurora T. Beard, reporter hour, will be,Sister T.Grooveof bers to be present Saturday

sary Sunday April 23, at 3:00 the guest speaker for the 11:00 Olivette Baptist Church Mt. Sims Baptist Church. afternoon at 300pm.for your
p.m. a.m. worship on Sunday April presents a Musical Fashion Prayer for our revival will Congratulations to the mem- regular business meeting.To .
The Rev. K.i. Rogers of Mt. 23. show sponsored by the begin on Monday night after the bers for doing such a wonderful all of our visitors and
Olive Baptist Church, South, Our consecration b 0 uris "Women's Day Committee at fourth Sunday, and concluding Job in the Christian work. friends, we invite you to wor-
Miami will be the speaker.Ware e i, held each Sunday morning at 1450 N.W. First court,on Sun-, Friday night before the first Continue the good work of God. ship with us on our Annual Wo-

asking everyone that canto i 5:00 a.m. Let us pray for our day April 23, at 3:30 p.m. Sunday in May. All services The winner'sottheTriStates men's Day Program April 23.
this t sick and shut-Ins. Remember begin at 7:00 p.m.The reviva- contest The
, please come and enjoy Mrs. Carolyn Davis is chair : morning speaker will be
.. } occasion with us. seven days without prayer man Mrs. MarianAranahandMrs. list will be Rev. J.J. Johnsonof Florida, Sister Mary Hinson Mrs. Flossie Blessing.
,. Mrs. Annie:Sullivan is president makes one weak. ;. Geneva McDonald Albany, Georgia. A truly $226.00; Georgia, Sister Betty To our sick and shut-ins and
, ; Mrs.Cynthia Williams is i Rev. C.J. Burney is pastor Rev. I.C. Mickins are reporters is- great and dynamic man of God. Whitehead $116.00; South to the bereaved may vou find

reporter; R@v.J.W, Williams,: Bro. Ernest Murray is reporter. the pastor.; Donation $1.00. come out and hear him and Carolina, Brother Sammuel comfort and consolation in
bring a friend Russell
, is pastor. along. 7100. your prayers.

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Mrs. Dorothy Lee Henry is Rev. Temperance pastor Wright, AROUND!/ Tm BAHAMAS

out of the hospital, and is re- Mrs. Ethel Mitchell, reporterThe rt t >J Ay. >.
cuperating at home. women will celebrate
Airman Ernest Washington thejr 23rd annual Woman's

arrived home Friday afternoon Day Sunday, April 23. Our The House of Assembly pass- ;and Mr. Arthur Foulkes
I on a two-week furlough. chairman, Mrs. Irene Williams ed a bill authorizing the Gov- ; ,
i His visit was ,a, surprise. He co-chairman Mrs. Progressive Liberal Party
our: ernment of the Bahamas to en- j
1 is proud of his son'and wife. Bertha Holloway,] and,their ter into two credit agreementswith representative for. Grants
Here to attend the funeral committee of flA} /women are the Town, visited Columbia Uni-
services of the late Woodrow making great plans to make of Washington for loans total- versity in New York and held
i talks with officials of institution
Richardson, were his aunt, this day a rewarding one in ing $23 1/2 million for the extension -
Annie Pearl Andrews of Clair- the Lord. of in connection with a
ton, Pa., and his cousin, You are cordially invited. the expansion of the harbor'and telecom- scheme to redevelop that sec-
Your |tion of New Providence knownas
Lillian Williams of Leesburg, presence will help make munications
Fla. this day memorable in our system.In Over The Hill :t

LADIES OF ANTIOCH very fine support given in Hurst Chapel A.M.E.Church, church and community. All moving for the second The HouseotAssemblypass- \
helping to make it Perrine Rev. members are asked to see (ed a Bill to amend the Marring :
HAVE FELLOWSHIP a successful WJ Allen,pas- reading of the bill,the Premier -
event. their captains and perform Act. The measure fixes j i
tor Jean H.Townsend
; ,repor- the Hon. Lynden 0. Pindl-
BANQUETThe their financial responsibilities. (the minimum legal ofmare
ter. The is all age
Pictured above is Miss Marie asking If you do not know your ing said that the prevlousGov- ,riage at 15, subject to the discretion -
Holiday Inn was the scene White | to support the rally. A Spring ernment
( opened negotiations
standing) guest speaker. captain please to
of the recent Fellowship Ban- She delivered an infor-|Tea and Fashion Review will class leader., report your with the Export-Import Bank of a judge of the Supreme -

quet sponsored by the ladies of mative and Inspiring message.'be given April 30, at3:30p.m. of Washington during last year Court to permit a dispensation -
Antioch Baptist Church. Other participants were Mes-| Please come out and see the Our chairman, Mrs. Williams and as a result certain under- in the case ofaperson -
The banquett committee has been unable to over 13 but under 15 to
dames Harolean new fashions. The chairmanand
Storr, CallieM. takings were made by the Ex-
under the ticipate fully because of minor where there is
chairmanship Foster, Gladys Coachman co-chairman for Women's a marry good
Miss Barbara JeanJones car accident. She needs port-Import Bank. vause shown.
Florence Davis, Anna Bell Day are asking every member
wishes to its sincere our support and we must Jeffrey Thompson,
express assure -
gratitude to the members and Dean, and Mr. Arthur Evans. for full support. her that we have our arms Minister for Internal Affairs, The Rev. Dr. H.W. Brown,
Rev. P. W. Wiggins is Minis Mrs. Da isle Wallace of
D.D. B. Th., pastor of Bethel
friends of Antioch for their around her in Christ. We all ,
ter Savannah, Ga., was the guest i know there's nothing to fear ZION HOPE Baptist Church, Meeting I
speaker of Mr. and Mrs. j for our co-chairman is afaith- Rev. Paul Street, has been appointed As- I
TEMPLE BAPTISTThe Arthur Gary, 10540S.W. 176th ]ful servant, also. Freeman, Pastor[ sociate Chaplain to the House :
ST. PAUL AME :St., on Sunday.She is a niece of Sister E. Jackson, ReporterZion of Assembly.
order of love and charity Mr. and Mrs. Gary. Theme for Woman's Day is: Hope Baptist Church :

will observe thanksgiving sis. Mary Amos, reporter Services at Mt. Moriah Bap- '* The Strengh Of Will Of will have baptism service on' It is understood that the appointment :
Rev. T. C. Kelley, Jr. pastor Christian Women. Guest ,Sunday morning at 7:30 a.m.
services Sunday, at 2:30 p.m. BaptistChurchPerrineRev. was made,, by the t
at Temple. The Male chorus Sunday April 23, the daywe've Edcar, pastor and LUUeRutb i speakers are Mrs;Clementina at the Church Every one is; speaker, the,Hon A. R, Bray- :
will sing for the occasion. been looking forward to, Harris, reporter, were t:'Rahming; at 7:00: a.m,, and invited to worship with us at; nen, following House approval
The senior ushers'board will Men's Day,our Men are all upset very inspirlng.Membersof Mrs.; Irene Taylor, at 11.00: that hour. of a resolution on March 2
sponsor a tea Sunday from 3:30, trying their best to beat our the Home Mission went to the ;a.m. Please remember to pray for which authorized Mr.Braynen
to 5:00 p.m. at the home of the Women Day goal, their aim is home of the president. Sister our sick and shut-ins. Don't I to make,provision for an associate -

president, Deacon Alfred set for $12,000 and their Nettie Chicks, in RichmondHeights i SPIRITUAL TEAA forget prayer meeting on chaplain*

Dean, 558 N.W. 19th Street. chairman, Mr. A. B. Morse a- where theyhada Tuesday night.
Friends are invited. long with his co-chairman, successful tea.Two prizes Spiritual Tea will be givenat ,The chairman, Rev. Andrew Dr. Brown'is' the Assembly's
the home of.Mrs, i",Jackson, of the Men's first Associate Chaplain and
Virginia- Day
The men of the i church organized Mr.'George Williams says, were given r the most pro '
last Sunday for Men's With the help of our women beautiful decorated tables Grant, 1515 N.W.'69th Street,:: gram is asking* all men to 'the'first non-Anglican to be

Day with Deacon George E. and friends we can reach this The winners will be name( Wednesday evening, Aprils 26,' please give him their loyal officially designated to serve.
Hepburn as chairman Deacon goal very easily.If Sunday which will be beginning'at: p.m. support by cooperating with the present chaplain is Canon
A.J. Hanna co-chairman; you would like to hear a Day at Mt. Moriah. The public is Invited to attend him Please meet him Saturday Addington Johnson, rector of

Deacon J.E. Dawkins,; very good sermon plan to The morning speaker will be, this interesting and e x c i tin g at 7:30 p.m. St. Mathew'$ Parish.' Hispre-
treasurer and Stafford Bain, attend Men's Day at St. Paul Cliff Matthews, community affair. This tea is given as a ,Please stop by the church for decessors' we'$' Canon John

secretary. The men are plan and hear their morning school director of Booker T. benefit for "May Day" atJackson's a dinner on Saturday from Calnan arid. "'the, Rev. Cyril

ning great things. speaker who will be the Rev. Washington High School. At Toddle Inn. 10:30 until. Marsden.

Among those sharing in the Willie J. Jackson of Pahokee, 3:00 p.m. the Rev. Jasper
bi- montbly honors Sunday, Florida, then stay for the 3:00 Saunders will preach. The entire -
'sponsored 'by the' Sunday' p.m.. service with Rev. J. B. community is Invited to *:'* *'* * ** * *,* *

school, were Supt. A. Clark, B la c k n e 11 and his congre- come and hear this young man. )1 .
Mrs. Esther Campbell, gation, New Macedonia. Ho was born in Miami and is
Deacon George Hepburn, Mrs. There will be a Spiritual Cof- the son of Mr.and Mrs.Jasper :: SAMPSON'S MARKET JI

Lillian Hamilton and eleven fee-Tea Reading April 21, at Saunders of Perrine He is the
youngsters. Assistant supt.E. the home of Mrs.Bessie Jerry clerk of Mt. Moriah. \ -tc

Lord was in charge. 1798 N.W. 1st Place, at 7:00 Dr. E.J. Sheppard, District 1466 HW 62 ST.
p.m. come along and bring a, Superintendent of the Methodist *
1 friend. This is to benefit Men's Church in South Florida, will
GREATER BETHEL 1 DAME ay. be the speaker for the evening. {
Come and hear him. Free Delivery 696-5711

All districts will report Sunday
Rev. S.A. Cousin, Pastor DRAKE MEMORIAL night. ** ** * * * * *

The Sunday School begin- The pastor, officers, and Remember the sick and shut- .
ning a Membership B u 11 din g members of Drake Memorial ins, and the boys in Vietnam. BRISKET tiC
Campaign. All parents are en- held their ordination servicefor STEW BEEF -, 35C J

courage to bring their children deacons on last Sunday. GLENDALE BAPTISTAre
to Sunday school All Sunday
Rev. Tanner Sr. preached '
school pupils are encouragedto soul stirring The you active in your :
message. ,
continue ,to bring their following men were ordained: church? Are you doing any- : OX-TAILS LB. 5j :
friends. Sunday school beginsat Brothers David Blue, William thing to win souls to Christ? '

9:30 a.m., Robert Stokes, Roundtree, and Richard Clements In the church it is better to put .
Supt. ten men to work than try to do

The S e n i o r Missionary Co- .blessings Sr., we onthesemenwhoare pray God's the work of ten men. Acts 6:3 -NECK BONES 5 LBS 69t :

ciety will present Dr.J.A.Ro- to work in the masters states, 'Wherefore, brethren, :
berts, presiding Elder of the vineyard as deacons. look ye out among you seven .
North Miami District at the All members of Drake men of honest report, full of "
'morning worship hour April Memorial are reminded of the the Holy Ghost and wisdom,
whom we may appoint over this CHICKEN WINGS 3 LBS.
30.The rally for the "Month of April'. 1.00
Youth Group of Greater This rally will climax on Sunday business.':We have looked out .
among 1 us and found two who
Bethel cordially invites you to night. Sister Dorothy
attend their Annual Cotillion have proven to be worthy.Bro- -
Brown is chairman for the FRESH

Sunday, April 30, at 4:00 p.m. month of April, please pay thers Williams Rufus Grant will be andSylvester ordainedas FLA. EGGS 3 DOZ. $ .00

sponsor.Mrs. M.L. Cousin is the Sister your money Green.to Sister Brown deacons this Sunday at 3:00 JGRADEA :

p.m. Rev. L.R. Ross of Bethel
Don't forget our sale on Sat-
urday beginning at noon. Delicious Baptist Church will bring the I DGOLD
barbecue sandwichesare ordination sermon. FRANKS 3 PKGS. $1 OO-iC
MT. CALVARY Let us continue to pray tor the SEAL .
served to the
go sick every where,and the ser- tc iC
1140 NW 62nd St.. church and help in this effort.
; vice men all over the world.
Rev. Samuel Atchinson, Pastor The Pastor's Aid Club Is In ,
charge of this sale.BETHLEHEM. : & SAUSAGE 2 LB. BOX 88"
Baptist Church will be -\tc if

celebrating Women's Day. "" '- oM
The National Baha'i Conven- <
This is a step towards our tion, to be held April 27 thru !" MILK s'All" d ,
forth coming Worn en's Day On this Sunday, April 23,our 30, at the Baha'i House of Worship ,k I 99' GAL. Vantll;; -Ie
which will be held in June Our fifth Annual Youth Day will be in Wilmette, Illinois,will Wafers ,'C
women are working very hard, observed, at 420 N.W. 40th St. be attended by three delegates *'
for this oncoming occasion. The morning speaker is from tho Greater Miami TM '
area. |
Everyone is invited to come Thomas Stirrup, who isa The three are: Miss Olive ::: SUNSHINEWAFERS 294:
and worship with us on Sunday, junior at the Miami Northwestern Alexander and Mr.George Sa-
for our Mark Women's Day, High School. The evening
vitt of Miami, and Mrs. Toby
our chairman of Women Day Is speaker is Eva Deveaux, who Emanuel of Miami Beach. oj*J WE HAVE LAMB CHOPS & LAMB STEW
Sister Mary Wright.EveryoneIs is a sophomore at Dade Junior
The two fold of the '
cordially invited to come 'i College. convention Is to purpose elect a National *:oj BUTTERBALL SPECIAL t9.88 *
and worship with us on our Audrey Kendrick Is chairman Spiritual Assembly, and to ITEMS

time.Mark Women Day or at any ;Rev.;Lucy Howard 0. West is is co-chairman the pastor., consult on teaching and proclamation * * ** * * * *
of the Faith.
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r--.uL--I: 1967 -6 6E!E



I G.W. Carver Elementary recently CELEBRATES 17th I

completed its annual ANNIVERSARYThe
Tea At Nathan
Young spelling bee. Grand Championand i

grade winners are listed public is cordially invit-

below, ed to observe the 17th anniver- I .y
The Nathan Young P.T.A had and third
place, Mrs. Ozora Michael Clark, 5th grade and sary of the Liberty City
Annual Spring Tea on Shell. Remarks
were given by Grand Champion ofG.W. Car- Branch N.A.A.C.P. Sunday, !
Sunday afternoon, April The our principal, Mrs. JosephineD. ver Elementary. Michael will April 30, at Antioch Baptist
program for the occasion was Mackey and our P.T.A.pre- in the 64th St.Rev.P. I
represent us County church 1899 N.W... !
as follows Processional. sident I
: exercise Mrs Ernestine
byour first Alston. Spellingj! ,, to be held April Wiggins pastor, time ,
graduation Our thanks to all partici- Plaza Guest Rev.n .
Dupont Hotel. The en. 3:00 p.m. speaker
class. MeditaUoawasgivenby pants, friends, visitors, tire school gives Michael their W_ Foster. Moderator of the i!
P.T.A. Chaplain, Mrs. Doris and parents forhelptng to --E stCoastBaptistAssociation. t I
support. Florida
Johnson, followed by a prayer make our Spring Tea a crown- for:; Smiling Eddie Lee Pittman, !
Grade Winners and Thank
runnersup you
chant and song: "We Praise ing success. popular local businessman and I
: 1st Grade, Charles West- your support. of the Dive-Inn Bar
Thy Name O'Lord" which was Mrs. Josephine D. Mackey, owner l
brook, champion; Gina Fuller, NW 79th St. Phone 691- I
done by a group of sixth grad- is the principal and Mrs.HazelW.
ers Our P.'tA. President. Matthews, is reporter. runner-up: Miss A.P. Akins, TOOTHACHE 9431. Invites all his old I
Mrs. Ernestine Alston ourformer instructor; 2nd Grade, Judy DR. I,G. PRATT friends to come and meet new
Cratit, champion sPat District President of the Woman's a with MM OIIA!tf.w&3g friends. Everyone welcome. i

Mrs. Virginia P.T.A. ,Tresvant president., and WINS ELKS Apeland, instructor Steward Department of Atlantic e&&S2Ztt. "..,.&fs Enjoy the pool room and bow- '

Prlscilla Tresvant gave a skit ORATORICALCONTEST Armstrong, runner-up M r s. Coast Baptist Associationwas tlota. "yew t tif *c3S> ling. Completely air condi t

entitled, 'Ten Reasons for Y. Johnson, instructor; 3rd elected to an importantpost ora-Jol.CS-!;.i tioned. (Indef) t
Grade, Wendi Sands, championMrs. in the General State Bap
P.T.A. Adramatic reading I
A. Lawrence, instructor tf s t Convention of Florida,
"Over the Hill to and from
which met in
Ellen Rollerson Orlando last
,runner- 1
by week. Dr. Pratt
Mrs. A. Ivey, instructor 4th has been an HIDING ITS BEAUTY
Mrs. Ozora Shell.Mrs.Corine Instructor In the .
School of Me-
Grade, Linda Cooper, champion t o CUSTOM MADE ITIt I Ia
Dunn shared some "Gems for thods in the Woman's Depart- co,+
Living" with the group. Sandra Thomas,runnerupMrs. ment of the Convention for 23 n PLASTIC FURNITURE fJJ I Io
R. Hutchinson Instructor A.
Another treat that arousedthe years. In the 78th annual ses- 3 SLIP COVERS
; 5th Grade, Michael Clark, I
audience sion just closed
was our three she was honored CRYSTAL CLIAtHIAVV
soloists champion Cynthia Bellinger J Jrunnerup with the OAUftlIONO
: Mrs. Dorothy Tuner, position of Historian IAJIINOPill
r Mrs. F, Hall instructor
w + rrr'4 IIII"NTo
our guest soloist' sang "Oh 6th Grade LouVerne .... Wilt
; ,
What a Beautiful City Mrs. I UAIANTIID .
W, Fuller sang "Would God I s Cratit, champion Mrs. A. MUTUAL $or:;.. ...t.Illty .T O \IWrt.f e?NtM,. I
Were a Tender Apple Blos- Shipp, Instructor Beverly N. C. 1M" ANIIIUUIALJ ,
Strong, runner-up Mrs. V. CRUISE TO NASSAUOne 1
o uuA/Nuo t.E1 ISfiMATIS
som and Mrs. ,
C.G. Leverity Boone ZIP e
sang "Did you stop to pray this instructor. hundred eighty-five O MIMIOM VIHtrto SPECIALIZING so.u.r .
George Washington Carver members including presidentAso PIN ritnn IN PLASTIC
morning? Other'musical SLIP COVERS NI6NT
selections included a sixth Elementary School 1 recently T. Spaulding of the North EXCLUSIVELY r

grade group under the direc- presented its Honor Day Pro- Carolina M u t r a 1 Life Insur- Gretchen IONI

tion of Mrs. Ozora Shell dur- gram in the G.W. Carver Junior ance Company, crused to Nassau House 314.5082 E
Miss Alicia Scott
ing several ,daughter of High School Auditorium.The on Monday aboard theS.S. Gretchen-Nicholai I
spiritual selec- Mr. and Mrs. Richard A.Scott Formerly CovertFor
following honor students Ariadne. The is the Pre-
was the fea-
of 2110
N.W. St. the I
tured solo part in the selec- top prize of a$1,000.00 schol- were given just recognition by sidents Club of the companyand
tion, "Steal Away," and Mil- the guest speaker, Mrs.Atha will hold their annual con-
to the
arship college of her
ton Smith san the featured solo choice in lie Range, honorable Miami vention while in Nassau returning -

part in the selection,"Amen" test. The affair an oratorical was sponsoredby con- City Commissioner: Linda to Miami on Friday.

The also did a special Johnson, Cynthia Bellinger,
group '
the Elks '>
organization of the c
arrangement of the"Battle Tanya Strachan, Beverly COM. RANGE ATTENDSTRANSPORTATION
Florida State Association
Hymn of the Republic." Strong, Renita Ross and An-
Eash member of our first April 10, in Fort Pierce, Fla.:, drea McGahee.

graduation class was given a at the Means Court Elem. The content of CommissionerRange's MEET k

tribute of love. Mrs. V.RTres- School auditorium. Alicia's speech was timely, Commissioner Athalie Range I
vant and Mrs. subject spoken upon was John informational, and sincere. :
C. Leverity pre- returned on Wednesday from s M t t
Brown and the
She the desire to
sented each girl with an expressed I
Pittsburgh where she attended :v
Alicia is senior at Miami ;
a see more members of the 6th ii
American Beauty Red Rose
a National meeting of Muni- I
Jackson Senior School
and each boy with a Blue and High Grade Carver family aspire to cipal leaders discussing Mass
White Badge. where she is active as a member the title of "Honor Student." i
transportation in urban areas.
of Junior Miss Service
The Financial Report from And Justly so,because the typeof
each grade and their parentswas Club, Student Council Cabinet, hard work that it takes to be

as follows: Allied Youth, Quill and Scroll, an honor student is the best 11 YEARS Of RESPONSIBLY

First grade: Mrs. C. lIaw- Pep, Secretary of National foundation for building a happy BUILDING SERVICE TO

Oins, $28.16, Mrs.J. Edwards, Forensic League, Thespians, and meaningful future. THE COMMUNITY the finest in funeral service

$28.17 and Mrs. W. Fuller, Caprice, and in the concert and The entire staff and student When BUYING or BUILDING
( marching band. With all of the The International Association of MorticiansIn
#$30.17: Secong grade: Mrs.C.G. body greatly appreciate
these activities i she still CALL STANLEYPL
DLeverity, $107.10 and Mrs.maintains message: presented and the their latest poll still recommend

0. Shell, $64.13; Thirs gradeMr. a "B" average. valuable time that Commis- /I-J604

C. Dorsey$48.68,and Mr. After graduation, Alicia plansto sioner Range so willingly sha- o .Beautiful Hm.
attend Mlami-Dade Junior
0. Shell, $64.13; Third grade: red with us. Built on Your Lotor of Albert"Where
Mr. C. Dorsey, $20.25, and College. These honor students made Our The House
This is her fourth scholar-
Mr. B.Thomas,$15.00;Fourth "A" in every subject first Attractive Alteration
she has in the last two
grade: Mrs. M.Lerro, $48.68, through sixth grades. Sponsors *and Addition and ends"
oratorical service/ begins never
All four from
and Mr. D. Strachan $72.98; yea r s. of the honors day program .Lot U. Demolish

Fifth grade: Mr. C. Parks, contests. She will compete were Mrs, A. C. Butler, Your Worn Out

$5.95; Sixth grade: Mrs. G. in theregional against t all chairman; Mrs. F. Plevin and Houo and Build Three locations to serve you:
southern states such Lovaly Now Homo
Coachman, $50.00 and Mr. L. as Miss D. Russell.J. .
Call U. for foct. About
Georgia, Alabama '
0. Ivy, $57.25; K. Dove is reporter and Building Call 691-7661
in the regional
representing ,Mrs. I. S. Blue is principal.J. .
Good Bank Financing
The winners were: First Florida against all southern

place, Mrs.C.G.Leverity,Se- states such as Georgia, 6942 NW 15th Avenue

cond place, Mr. Don Strachan, Alabama, and Mississippi. STANLEY BUILDERS, Liberty City
R. E. LEE ELEM .inc.Licensed .

The J. R. E. Lee Elem.School ...*,.d 15035 NW 22nd Avenue 17750 S. Dixie Highway

cordially Invites you to their S88 N. E. 79th Street Opo-locka Perrine
annual Science Fair. Exhibits Miami,' Florida

will be on display from April

26 thru 28, in the school's

cafetorium from 10:00 a.m.to

3:30 p.m. Please come out and

help make our Science Fair a

,. success. Science CommitteeJ.
R. E. Lee Elem.School E.I.

Higgs, chairman.

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[Spearing with........ "., 1 Jackson Tops NWesfern, Looking the 1

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An estimated 3,000 fans team field with 26.
"" ) ,cheered the brilliant perfor- Jackson entered the final
,::1:" ": mances in the first and pro- event--the mile relay--with a
BY HARRY SPEAR ; t".. bably the last track meet be- one-point lead. Northwesternwould
- I tween Jackson High and Northwestern have won the 'meet by
this season.The meet placing one positionJahead of BY LEO ARMBRIST6R Over
MARLINS OFttTO A GOOD START was held Friday night at Mi- the Generals. "f -
A ami-Dade Junior College stadium Wilson and Jackson's Joe
The Miami Marlins opened their season Monday night and Randolph came around the final BASEBALL SEEKS RESULTS FROM CHANGES;: ;

showed a ball game is not over till the last man Is out. A bad Observers believethat a stub- shouldertoshoulder Baseball, a game which has never been too compatible to a
start makes a good finish and this is what happened in the bed toe cost Northwestern a when Wilson, with a heavily rule change and has warded off most of the advances a changein
opening inning. They went on to win in the 9th. They have nine Dade County track championship. taped toe, broken several the rules of the game might bring, has taken a new methodto
returnees from last year, with a year's experience. They Alonzo Wilson's hittingan weeks ago, caught his spikesin get decided changes in the results of play the game
show some spark, and I don't mean maybe.Cal Ripken, mana- already-broken toe on a an opening in the rail and has simply adopted a personality change.
ger, Informed me he has a hustling ball club, they showed it concrete rail in the mile relay limped home in third place. The most outstanding of these could well be the transitionof
opening night. One thing I can say they have speed, poise and gave Jackson the advan- Noting the eight records that Maury Wills from a pennant winnertoa pennant contender.
what have you. The impression the team gave me is that they tage, and removed his school were broken in the meet,University Willis, who was chief Pirate for the Dodgers in the basestealing -
are "out to win There is plenty of spirit on the team. That's from the place it held for three of Florida Track department, actually becomes real Pirate with Pittsburgh
what ,wins ball games. Ripken said they were nervous at the years. Coach Jimmy Carnes called and the results are expected to be as noticeable as the change.
beginning, being their first game.Therefore,I look forward to Jackson amassed 74 pointsto the event the "greatest track Other great changes are to see Roger Marls in a St. Louis
a good season. The more people that turnout to see the Mar- Northwestern's 69. Palmetto spectacle I've seen in Florida Cardinal uniform; Floyd Robinson, formerly of the White Sox
lins, gives the team encouragement and they look forward to came in third in the 20- outside of the state." donning a new and different uniform, acquiring the new habitsof
pleasing us all. My deadline Is every Tuesday, therefore, I the Reds, who think that even a uniform change may help
haven't too much to write about them. I have only seen one their dismal plight.
game at this time. I will keep you Informed in the near future Charged With Extortion Dean Chance no longer is adorned with an angel halo, but
so let's turn out and encourage these boys. Single night Jimmy Hall and Don Mincher are Angels,these are all signifi-
games start at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Double headers cant changes and are supposed to make a change not in the way
6:30 p.m. Free parking. Box seats $1.50, general admissionis the game is played rule wise, but in the outcome;
$1.00; children through 17 years of age 50$. This week's Against Curley/ CoachJunior Cletis Boyer has taken his fine glove over to Atlanta consti-
schedule: Thursday, April 20th, Marlins vs Lakeland; Tues- tuting a change over there; and through some strange turn of
day, April 25th, Marlins vs Leesburg; Wednesday, April 26th, Millard Dean Richardson, 28, College North, March events Tommy Davis is now a Met and Ron Hunt is a Dodger;
Marlins vs Leesburg; Thursday, April 27th, Marlins vs Win- was charged Thursday with 4. Dick Ellsworth is a Phillie and Ray Culp is now a Cub.
ter Haven. extortion after he allegedlysent "The letter said the Ku Klux Even the All -Star Game, which was a major attraction on
Baseball's biggest bargain, a full box of six or eight seats a threatening letter to Klan was going to 'get us' in many hot afternoons in July will be played for the first timeat
for all home games only $100. It was a surprise to see a Archbishop Curley High Gainesville. It was directed night; so that the enUre.nation may watch on TV.
great baseball fan on Tuesday, Bill Tucker. Although crip- School Basketball Coach Phil Catholics and Negroes and our Player change has always been a granted change; but this
pled for life, and recently recovered from a nasty fall, re- Petta. team in general," Petta explained season will witness some real eye-openers, such as Mantle of
ceiving a couple of broken ribs, enjoying the game along with The FBI said Richardson He said the FBI sent the Yanks on first; Mike Shannon of the Cards on third; Dick
his beautiful wife. Bill is in a wheel chair. He is over the taken from his home, 7400 NW someone to Gainesville.was McAuliffe, Detroit's All-Star shortsop of 66 is sliding over to
seventies, and does a lot for underprivileged children. Good 2nd Ave. He was inDadeCounty someone Gainesville second base and Pete Rose of the Reds is moving from secondto
luck Bill. Keep well.. We need people around like you. Jail awaiting hearing in the watch the team duringthetwoday left field.
federal court Tuesday. stay. Mangerial changes find Stan Musial general manager of the
BOWLING AT ITS BEST Petta, who coached Curley Cards, because Bob Howsman became general manager of the
into the state semifinals at The FBI contacted him two Reds, while Ding'Devine became the president of the Mets;
This last week, record after record,has been broken. First Gainesville, said he receivedan weeks ago, Petta said, and told and Joe Adcock is the newbrain trust of the Cleveland Indians.
it's one team, then another team going out in front, strike alter unsigned letter after his him an arrest was imminent.The Changes, you may give or take; but changes alone, do not a
strike, has been made. When you see a bowler make 10 team had won the regional maximum penalty for federal pennant make.
strikes in a row, then blow it in the last frame for a score of tournament, last step to the extortion is $1,000 and So with all the changes the finish standing is very likely to
288 thiS is what you call a heartbreaker.This happened more state contest, at Miami-Dade five years in prison. look like this in the N a t i o n a l League:The Pirates, Giants,
than once. During the week, lead after lead has changed hands. Dodgers, Braves, Phil, Red s,Cardinals,Cubs, Astros, and
To appreciate this type of bowling, you have to come out and Mets.
see for yourselves. The American Bowling Congress Cham- BEAUTY TRADE REP. VISITS HERE The American League will line behind the Orioles in this

pionship Tournament, which is being held at the Miami Beach Beauty Trade national repre- Here Mr. Hutcheson is shown order: The Tigers, Twins, White Sox, Indians, Yankees, 1ft.
Convention Hall has one of the greatest arrays of bowlers to sentative Tony Hutcheson was with Dr. MargaretJoynernational Angels, Athletics, Red Sox, and Senators.
be seen in an age. Ray Nelson, public relations director, deserves here last week to see manu- Sup.Alpha Chi-Pi-Ome-
a great deal of credit for the help he gives us sports facturers, beauticians and ga Sorority at BethuneCookanga University of Tennessee broke the color line last Friday
writers on this tournament, as we all know,we can't be there students, paving the way on Sorority at BethuneCookman when Coach Doug Dickey signed fullback Albert Davis of Alcoa
from early morning until midnight. We also give credit to his Seaboard's Silver Meteortrain College at the conventionlast High School to an athletic grantinaid.The .
assistants. They are a great help. to the Big Show InPhlladelphia, week. 214-pound Davis, who resembles for m e r' Cleveland
where last year over 5,000 This train will stop in Jacksonville Brown great Jim Brown, had been sought by at least 30 major
beauticians from all over the Fla., to pickup other colleges. He scored 433 points in four years and gained 2,360
educational beauticians for the Big Show
U. S. attended an yards rushing last fall. .
Gulfstream Park closes its regular thoroughbred racing program designed,to upgradeand July 911,1967.The Although he is the first Negro athlete granted a scholarshipby
Trade staff has
season Thursday, April 20. However, the traditional three teach them more on products Beauty to Tennessee, several Negroes have tried out for Vol football,
awaited the time
long see
days devoted to scholarship and charity funds will extend equipment, color, cut. Florida represented in the basketball and golf teams on a voluntary basis.None has made
the meeting to Monday, April 24. ting, permanents and styling. in this manner. the varsity in any sport.
In the quarter century of Gulfstream's operation, charity-
scholarship days run at the Hallandale track have raised $4.7
million for these worthy causes and this year's contributionwill MEDICAL FIELD
push the total beyond the $5 million mark. THE COLOR AND BLACK & WHITE TV SERVICE

The scholarship-charity days are Friday, 21proceeds NEEDS YOU STEREO RADIO
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Gulfstream's caliber of racing, which has been of vintage Credit Plan Available TED FORMERLY OF JET IS NOW VET

quality this year, will continue with the final Saturday featuresof SOUTHERN ACADEMY FOR
the season: the $7,500 Express Handicap for sprinters at MEDICAL ASSISTANTS 379-7735 \
six furlongs and the $10,000 Longchamps Handicap for grass
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As both races are open to three-year-olds and older, many, .__.. _. _n I -
of the sophomore set will Se meeting older rivals for the first
time. Among possibilities for the Express Handicap are Golden
Cap, winner of three of his last four starts; Sikkim, U-Bearcat, NOTICEMrs.

Fleet Admiral and others. Virginia Johnson,
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CLASSIFIED ADS Insurance clerk, hospital or Live In middle I' 1 bedroom apt.Nice and clean, related. Experiencedeslrable, take care of sick woman,room
turn in nice quiet surroundIng excellent salary and fringe and $60 a month 634-7852.
15 WORDS OR LESS SI X50, 5C FOB ADDITIONAL WORD. FR 1-9797 or NE 4-1886. benefits. Apply in person administrative -
DEADUtlE FOR CLASSIFIED ADS WEDNESDAY NOON Ask for Mr. Kelley, 6303 NW office. Christian
15th Avenue. (TF)
----. Hospital, Inc. 4700 NW 32nd MISCELLANEOUSFor
FOR SALE FOR SALE 2 bedroom apt.Large tile bath. Avenue.
2 bedroom CBS,large lot, FHA $20 perweek,2260NW62ndStTF a square deal on your

only $250.00 down payment. Lovely duplex, furnished, 1 $1500 PRICE CUT .( ) Ernest Fayson Painting and sewing machineeallRobert's
Seller pays closing cost.Drive apt will pay all expenses.300 Mother's dream home. 2540 Decorating homes Repairs, formerly from Nassau -
by 1923 NW eth Terr,, then NW 83rd Street. NW 82nd St. large bedroom, ,., ,$66.NW 22nd St. Unfurnished d speciality, free estimates. FR a Bahamas 7516186.

call PL. 9-8779.Fenster Realty, Broker $100 Down Payments 1. bath,; CBS, tile roof, Fla. $16.50.cottage for Large couple 1 bedroom"Wefcjdy\ is 1.5914 before 8 or after 5. FOR RENT OR LEASE,
upturn -
2-3-4 room, ktichen living room 1960 NW 4th
V bedroom CBS like new Ct. A28) Good moneymaker restaurant,
apt. Weekly $17.50. Im-
Anyone can buy vets dining room are all extra located near high school Industrial
Luxurious CBS 2 bedroom 2 or non- mediate ,
Call Mr.
vets. large. Patio, Bar-B-Q. E-Z occupancy. Waitresses, barmaids, wai-
bath, beautiful Ha room finest Payments from $59 mo. area and large apt.
Gross 'at
in the area,garage,beau- pays all. One mortgage. Call terms, bank financing. $1250 or even- ters, GoGo girls. The busiest Call Norman at PL 4-6941 or
tifully landscaped, all fenced now we have the Keys Tip down. Phone 666-0411 for in- ings 8-2824. spot in Miami. Good salary, NE 4-1265.

in. Large enough for 3 bed- Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906 spection. Atlantic & Pacific apply between 2 and 4 p.m
room. This home is a "Gar- NW 7th Ave. Realtors. 1 bedroom apt. Phone: 691- The Soul Place, 203 NW 36th:
3893. 1427 NW 69th Terr. St. HMBH
den of Allah". Sold at FHA
terms. For appointment and Lot for sale. Zone suitable Lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, Fla On Your Dial
call Fenster Realty for duplex or 2 one frame- room, CBS, tile roof, hard- Nice 2 bedroom CBS apt. $22. Beverage driver, experience, BLANCHE CALLOWAY
(Broker) PL 9-8779. ly houses on NW 45th Street, wood floor. FHA tll.500.S350 CBS, 1 bedroom, apt. $17.50. excellent opportunity, $100 or PRESENTS
across the street from new down. $71 month.:Veterans or Good, 2 bedroom. $23. more for the right man. Hos- PROGRESS REPORT
2 bedroom, 1 bath, pool and school. Phone 635-3446. being displaced$100 down.See Downtown location--CBS, 1 pitalization and uniforms.
patio home. Beautiful area, 161 NW 40th St. Phone 666- bedroom apt. $14. Sunset Bottle Co., 50 West 29th 1 Time Daily
nicely landscaped, large lot. Duplex. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 0411 for inspection. Atlantic Very large house, $25. Street, Hialeah. 8 .14., 1:55 and 10 p.m.
Only$600 down payment. Sel- partly furnished 1 bedroom, Si Pacific Realtors. Small, 2bedroom, duplex. S18.

lers pay closing cost. For appointment 1 bath, unfurnished, beautiful CBS, large 1 bed. apt. $17.50. NEED A JOB START WORK
call Fenster Realty, location, landscaped, largelot Beautiful home plus income Deposit Required "
(Broker) PL 9-8779. 75x143. The price is right. tool!! You must see this CBS Liberty Rental Agency, 2020 Now 2 locations to serve you J
Reasonable down payment. No beauty!! 2245 NW 96th Street 'NW 62nd St. Call 633-7809. COOKS BUSBOYS
3 bedroom beauty on large lot. qualifying. Call Broker right rear apartment completely DISHWASHERS PORTERSGAS

Carport, large fenced in yard now. Martin M. Berney 624- furnished. Beautiful landscaped CHILDCAREChild STATION DRIVERS
tile roof. Don't miss this one. 6983. lots fruit tree. Owner anxious day care in HOTEL & HOME MAIDS LIVE IN MAIDS
Ft!A $100.00 down to veteransand my home.
others $350 down. Drive to sell. Phone 6660411for Your child will be taken good
3 bedroom 1 bath inspection and Employment ServiceOver
by 2030 NW 96th St. Fenster carport, terms. Atlantic care of 759-8335.
Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. utility room, about 5 years & Pacific Realtors. 20 Years Service In Miami
old. Stove and refrig. Largelot
714 NW 62nd
excellent location. Rea- Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 bath,CBS Street 758-7663
immaculate 2 bedroom
bath,, garage,hardwoodfloors,! sonable down payment, no qua- freshly painted inside and out- 534 N. Miami Avenue 379-8382

lovely grounds. $450 down, no, lifying. Call Martin M. Ber- side, awnings, FHA $12,000, I
closing cost or $1500 down,no ney 6246983. $400 down, $74 month. Seller I
qualifying. Leonardi Realty, pays closing cost. Veterans or .
Realtor, 6960092. Complete list of all FHA& VA being displaced$100 down.See QD FOR SALEBEST
homes. All completely recon- 2345 NW 89th St. Phone 666-
2 bedroom, 2 bath plus income ditioned. Call me right now. 0411 for inspection.:Atlantic& PAN AMERICAN DEAL IN TOWN ,

cottage with an extra lot zone Will show at any time. Lown Pacific Realtors WORLD AIRWAYSThe Opa-locka beauty featuring lovely custommade draperies -
RU3B total price $10,500. No payments one mortgage. Mar- and wall to wall carpeting throughout. 3 bedrooms

qualifying. Leonard Realty tin M. Berney, Broker, 624- But lot, custom build your own World's Most 2 baths, dining r, om, kitchen with built-in bar
696-0092. 6983. home. Clean vacant residencelot Experienced Airline and stools, lovely living r... with glass sliding
next to house 321 NW 42nd Now HiringSTEWARDESSES doors leading to big beautiful Fla., room. Glass doors
Free rent plus income. Invest 4 BEDROOM St. Owner very anxious to sell. 'also lead to huge covered patio with barbecue, pit.
In a new duplex. In fine Drive by 5633 NW 6th Avenue. Atlantic & Pacific Realtors, Large carport,hurricane awnings and completely {fenced.
locations. The price is right Lovely big home garage, Edi- 666-0411. I See owner at 16501 NW 17th Ct. for very low' FHA
235-2958. (TF) son area. $400 down FHA.Ben- To Fly All price and small monthly payments. Phone: 6210128.
Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. BEST DEAL IN TOWN Six Continent
Lot 60x118 7.0 on 30th Ct 633- Opa-locka beauty featuring lovely Mutt be single, age 21
thru 26. Height 5'3" to .
8778 or 691-9448.. (April 21 HOME AND INCOME custommade draperiesand 5'9". Weight 105 to 140 ..
Drive by these units 6932 N. wall to wall carpeting Ibs. Good health. Good
Private party will buy mort- Miami Ave. Terms arranged. throughout. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, vl.lon.Mu.t be high school
gages, homes, lots. 373-7973. Ben-Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. dining room, ItchenwithbuiltIn graduate.. Knowledge of aforeign EDISON SpecialsOPEN
bar and stools, lovely living language.
$100 Down
CORNER CBS room with glass sliding doors Miami Interviews
21-3-4-: bedroom CBS like new.
Anyone can buy, vets or non- Drive by 4755 NW 5th Ave. leading to a big beautiful Fla 'Wednesday, April 26
vets. Payments from $59 mo. Like new oak floors. Total Is room. Glass doors also lead to For interview appointmentCall AFTER 2 P.M. SUNDAY
pays all. One mortgage. Call $12,500, $400 down FHA.Ben- huge covered patio with barbe

now we have the keys. Tip Kori, Realtor, 751-2243. cue pit. Large carport,hurri- Pan Am 637-2778 5120 NW 5 AVENUENo
13906 cane awnings and completely
Top Realty, 685-0021.
NW 7th Ave. 3 bedroom, 1 bath, $83 mo., fenced. See owner 16501NW An Equal Opportunity qualifying, 2 bedroom, Fla room, garage, Reverse -
no qualifying. $500 down.Open 17th Ct. for very low FHA cycle air conditioning. Stove and refrig.
Sat. and 2901 price and small Employ.rSECURE Brandnew wall to wallcarptting.Owntrwill! hold
All rented, 8 furnished units. Sunday. NW 206 monthly pay-
NW 52nd St. 18-20,000 equity,, Street. ment. Phone: 621-0128. mortgage

as is. Owner ill. Make offer. 330 NW 51 STREET
Phone 235-8418. 9th Avenue 29th Street
$400 down FHA. $103 per mo. FOR RENT $400 down FHA. 2 bedroom, CBS home with Fla

3081 NW 69th Terr. 3 bedroom includes taxes and insurance, room plus cute CBS cottage. Very convenient lo -

CBS home, $300 down. $81.00) 3 bedroom CBS. Fenced yard, Hungtinton Arms Apartments. cation. No closing cost.

month. Call Ford Realty,Inc., priced $12,000.Loyd,Realtor, 86 NE 50th Terr. One bed-
635-4595. 444-2226. room or two bedroom apts. YOUR DRIVE BY THESE THEN CALL EDISON

(May 5) Furn. or unfurn. Desirable FUTUREGovemment
LOTS LOTS LOTS neighborhood.- Good fihonniiw S.rvlce Jobs ((1)) 446 NW 45th St. Beautiful 3 L.droom,2

50x140 NW 47th Street MOVE RIGHT IN transportation.. ADULTS Pay Good Money. Get Auto. bath home on corner. Shown appointment only.
50x 105 NW 57th Street 577 NW 47th St. CBS, 2 bedroom ONLY. Rates monthly or bi- matic Raises Pensions; Get Lifetime;{ Sick Buyer to apply for bank mortgage.
50x105 NW 55th Terrace A-l shape, garage, Fla. monthly. To see call 757-9331. Leave, and Long Vacations.
50x107 NW 15th Avenue room, fully furn. Hurry, E-Z Start training today for good ((2)) 800 NW 44th St. CBS on 'large corner I lot,
100x85 NW 22nd Avenue terms. Owner 758-8749.. Room, nice location, 5520 NW Government Service Jobs. plus extra lot on 8th Ave.. Fla room, garage.
75x100 $1,500. 15th Ave. Phone 758-2918. Pay raises are automatic, Asking $3,000 down. No qualifying.

Need money, call JE 8-1340., 3 BEDROOM, 1-1/2 BATH and generous pensions assure -
7025 NW 28th Ave. Like new Furnished 1 bedroom apt. $18 loss carefree of pay retirement.No through. ((3)) 426 NW 58th St. Frame duplex. $6,000, all

Scott Lake. 3 bedroom, bath, 'CBS. Huge fenced lot,carport, week. Lights, water, gas, strikes or layoffs; no fear cash.
screened( porch, built-in stove i oak floors, large kitchen and waste removal included.Apply of losing your job. Paid
and oven, central heat,carpeting dining room. A real beauty. between 12 and 2:30 Saturday. holidays, 2'/i to 5 week va- ((4)) 60 NW 42nd St. $450 down FHA.Nice CBS .r
newly decorated. Asking $750 down. Move right In. 2221 NW 57th Street. leave.cations Grammar, and paid school sick sufficient duplex, tile roof, 2 bedroom each side.,

$19,000 terms. AlA Realty Owner 758-8749.
Broker, 751-1402. Room in private home. Phone for many jobs. ((5)) 438 HW 59th St. 4 CBS units $14,000 total.
Nice lot.Phone 6913893.1427NW 758-4349. Are you qualified . $3,000 down.

1960 Oldsmobile( cheap, cal 69th Terrace. Send for Free Aptitude TestIf
Mrs. R. Brady, FR 4-8820 or Room in home. Prefer gentle- you are a U. S. citizen ((6)) 819 NW 42nd St. No qualifying, CBS, 2 bedroom -
OX 1-0609 or visit 6645 NW 3 bedroom, 2 bath CBS. Thisis man or nice couple. 633-0604. over 18, Key Training Service plus den, garage. FHA mortgage already
24th Court. a large home with wall to can help you. placed. Only $830 down.
wall carpeting, built-in stove Room in private home. Nice Mail This Coupon Today!

Lovely CBS 3 bedroom 'and oven. $18.000 with $1700 and quiet. Hot and cold water. Key Training Service
Drive 1220 Of South Florida
down payment. by NE 4-2264. 2491 NW 59th St.
2 bath, central heat and NW! 88th St., then call Fenster 1001 NE 125th Street FHA TERMS OR NO QUALIFYING.YOU .
garage, screen porch and ; Suite 108
sprinkler system and storm :Realty, Broker, PL 9-8779. Room in private home, Liberty North Miami, Florida CAN BUY ANY OF OUR FHA HOMES FOR
shutters, $14,500. $450 down. City area. 758-8128. Phone: 754-7546 $100 DOWN IF YOU ARE A VET OR BEING

Must qualify FHA. 624-3305. $100 Down Payments Name DISPLACED' AND IF YOU CAN QUALIFY.
2-3-4 bedroom CBS like new. Duplex, clean living room, .
CBS dream house, 2-3 bed Anyone can buy, vets or non- bedroom, bath and large kit- Address ?_____ -- "
room. Beautiful hardwood vets. Payments from $59 mo. chen. Unfurn. except for stove Apt. No. 'EDISON REALTY RealtorsflW
City State, .
pays all. One mortgage. Call and refrig. 888-6643.4017 NW ,
garage, land scaping. now we have the Keys. Tip 23rd Avenue. Zip
Ideal location FHA$600 down. -Top Realty, 685-0021. 13906. Home Phone 1S 62nd Ii&iw'

Karples Broker. Miss Bloom NW 7th Ave. ______ _
757-9669. 9099 NW 7th Ave. Room. 758-5317 or 634-5957. ? ,

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20 THE MIAMI TIMES, Friday, April 21, 1967

I. Bonded Wins Building Code ConcessionsThe

city planning board gavein Bonded public relations directors cent of his property, instead the law claim. John Be
on Monday night on Miami'snew Charles Lockhart and the former 30 per cent. Hines said tight money is responsible -
building code after listen Art Green, claimed that the City building department of- for the drop of building -
ing to complaints from builders low cost apartment building in ficial Dudley Hines said the permits in Dade,as well as
of low cost housing. Miami had fallen drasticallysince builders may still cover 30 per in the rest of the country, and
Bonded Collection Agency the new ordinance be- cent of their property with the not the city's new code.
told the planning board that came effective Jan. 1. apartment building. He said I The planning board said that
builders could not make a pro- They said the code reducesthe the old percentage was 35 instead landscaping requirements will
fit under the new restrictions. builder to the use of 20 per of 30, as opponents of include,front streets only. All
other frills were brushed

1 '"',r ,4f ,'I. .,, ,,., aside.Edward 'T. Graham, board
', ,, q member, said that more than }
r '
'! economic factors are at stake .
r ,;.;: here. There is a human factor. x
Unfortunately, the people who
afford the least rent have
,;, can
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"',. the most children and need the
most "
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Green warned the planning
board that its concessionswere I.
not enough. "We'll be 2 ; !
back," he said. "You still

quire 200 feet of open re"I' ,. ; ,,.. --it ,{
and so much in side yards. ." ;i' mll .,., 7l}
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,( ew +aa will return." \(> .., Y8' .4 .;.........,., ... ),," /"

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: ; K."Y Wt A Aa sponsor a teenage record hop, c
Thursday night from 8 to 11
p.m. at the Northwest YWCA
admission is 35?. wiSl here!

The Senior Y-Teens are
planning a trip toCuthbert,

Miami Commissioner, Athalie Range, examines model of the Florida Memorial Georgia Y-Teen, June conference.12,for the annu- Can a Scotch actually taste good?Ask the bom-and-

College with its president, Dr. Royal W.: Puryear, at a reception at her home. have: selected projects They to bred Scotch drinkers. They've been smacking their
I Building of the college is expected to commence this summer and a six months support them.many One of the pro- lips over John Begg for years. Suddenly this grand
development fund campaign has raised over $2,000,000 toward the $9,000,000-com- jects is the selling of Scotch old name is on the tip of everybody's tongue."Take a
plex. and Chocolatechip cookies, bea peg o'Begg. It's a wee bit better than the best," say
good citizen and help the Y- the poetic Scots of their treasured John Begg,whose
Teens go to GAFF.and receivea taste is gentle and whose price is light
great box of cookies for 50?. mx luwn scorn wwsua-ii HOOF,.'Dlnln USES n.NCCIINK i M.we.i

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